On the Record
PARKERSBURG — On June 5 the following reports were released by Wood County Magistrate Court:
* Justin Brian Hines, 21, 271 Muskingum Drive, Marietta, pleaded guilty to charges of obstructing an officer and joyriding, was sentenced to 90 days in jail suspended for one year probation and was assessed $395.50 in fines and court fees.
* Bryan Shane Hunt, 30, 56 Gardenia Drive, Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to charges of driving on a suspended or revoked license for miscellaneous reasons, obstructing an officer and shoplifting, was sentenced to 90 days in jail suspended for one year probation for obstruction and was assessed $640.75 in fines and court fees and a civil penalty of $75.68 paid directly to the victim.
* Kimberly A. Munoz, 58, 1725 Latrobe St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a shoplifting charge and was released on a $500 personal recognizance bond.
* Tyler Zane Morrison, 21, 1213 Pike St., Parkersburg, waived a preliminary hearing for a charge of possession of fentanyl with intent to deliver and was bound over to circuit court.
* Roger Dale Grimm, 51, 1725 Latrobe St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a charge of first-offense driving on a suspended or revoked license for miscellaneous reasons and was assessed $260.25 in fines and court fees.
PARKERSBURG — On June 5 the following reports were released by Wood County Sheriff’s Department:
* Rebecca Dwight Hersman, 68, of Morningside Avenue, was issued a citation for striking an unattended vehicle.
* Steven Lane Caldwell, 21, of King Avenue, Cutler, Ohio, was arrested on charges of domestic battery and domestic assault.
* Erin Nicole Spencer, 39, of 16th Street, was arrested on charges of petit larceny.
* Robert J. Robinson of Gihon Road was issued a citation for expired MVI.
* David Michael Carpenter, 24, of Pike Street, was arrested on charges of possession of controlled substance and a warrant for three charges of child neglect creating risk of injury.
* Todd G. Malone, 28, of Limestone Road, St. Marys, was cited for no insurance and improper registration.
* Boyd Jackson, 86, of DuPont Road, was issued a citation for expired registration.
* Catherine L. Wayne, 59, of Third Street, Marietta, was issued a citation for no insurance.
* Ryan Scott Watson, 28, of Ohio 821, Marietta, was arrested on two counts of burglary without breaking.
* Larry Dwayne Sams, 57, of 36th Street, was issued a citation for no insurance.
* Steven DeWayne Miller, 45, of Sayre Avenue, was arrested on a charge of driving on suspended license.
* Natasha Joyce Brewer, 25, of Dutch Ridge Road, was issued a citation for no MVI.
ATHENS, Ohio — The Athens County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports June 4:
* On June 1, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report from a female in The Plains who advised her credit card had been compromised and used in a transaction at a California Home Depot store. This matter remains under investigation.
* On June 1, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office located a four wheeler at a Glouster residence after an anonymous tip advised it was stolen and had been left there. The residents advised that a male had left it a couple days prior and requested that they park it there for the time being as it was not operational when he brought it. This matter remains under investigation.
* On June 1, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office was called to a residence in The Plains to speak with a female who believed her home had been broken into after locating an orange wedge in her driveway. She had located scratches near the doors and windows she believed to be new as well. Photos were taken of the reported damage.
* On June 3, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Chauncey for an active dispute. The complainant stated that a friend had arranged to spend the night at his residence. The friend began acting strangely so the complainant asked him to leave. The friend then got angry and broke the window to the complainant’s front door before leaving the area on foot. The event is under further investigation pending contact with the other involved party.
* On June 3, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Chauncey for a possible domestic dispute. The caller advised they could hear a woman screaming from next door. Deputies made contact with the homeowner who advised her son had been in a dispute with his girlfriend. She advised both had left the residence prior to the office arriving on scene. The event is under further investigation pending contact with the involved parties.
* On June 3, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to Jacobs Avenue, Chauncey in reference to a verbal dispute. Upon arrival it was determined that the dispute was only verbal. The male subject involved in the dispute was also involved in a burglary earlier in the morning and had not been found by ACSO midnight shift units. William Mathena was taken into custody, charged with burglary and was transported to the Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail.
* On June 3, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Sand Stone Terrace for a property damage report. Speaking with the complainant she advised that Jonathan Burchfield had shot a trailer and caused damage. Speaking with Burchfield he admitted that he is the one that shot the trailer. He was served a summons to court for criminal damaging.
ATHENS, Ohio — On June 5 the following reports were released by Athens County Sheriff’s Department:
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to a family dispute in Carbondale. The complainant reported his nephew Robert Kiser Jr. had threatened him and struck his vehicle with a ball bat. The complainant had video of the dispute. Kiser was cited for disorderly conduct, a minor misdemeanor.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report of criminal mischief at 99 Bean Road, The Plains. The complainant reports his brake line being cut on his vehicle. This is the third report of this. Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact ACSO.
* Deputies responded to the Valero gas station in The Plains on a counterfeit $100 bill. According to the clerk, the owner of the bill said he had received it from a local bank. The incident is under investigation.
* Deputies responded to Frost Road in Coolville for a possible burglary or trespassing complaint. Deputies investigated the incident and determined that the suspect had in fact trespassed onto the property with the assumption that he was allowed to be there due to a civil issue with the property. A trespass complaint was issued to the suspects in this report and the case was closed.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to The Plains for a report of theft from a motor vehicle. A trailer was damaged and entered. Also, tools from the trailer were used to steal a light bar from a truck parked in the driveway.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Sand Rock Road for a theft report. Deputies arrived and spoke with a complainant who said his gas can was removed from a boat on the property. Deputies observed damage to the boat cover and fuel line to the boat. A report was filed, and there are leads in the case.
* Deputies responded to Jeffers Road for a property dispute. It was determined the property needed to be returned to the complainant. The complainant was also advised not to return to the property.
* The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a 2004 orange Chevrolet Cavalier stolen from a Willow Creek Road, Guysville, residence. The vehicle was taken for a test drive at around 2 p.m. and as of 11:30 p.m. the vehicle had not been returned. The Cavalier has been entered as stolen and the suspect left a van at the residence and upon checking the Vin number of the van, it was found to be listed as stolen from the Shade area. The van was reported stolen on May 28, 2018. Upon talking to the owner of the Cavalier, it was learned that he had purchased some items from the suspect. The items he purchased were several DVDs, a DVD player, a flat screen TV, a push mower, and a unique large knife. If you have had any of these items recently stolen, call the Sheriff’s Office to see if the items can be identified as yours. Refer to case number 01-18-002961.
WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williamstown Police Department released the following reports June 4:
* Bethany Lanham, 19, Parkersburg, was cited for speeding, 41 mph in a 25 mph zone, on Highland Avenue.
* Valerie J. Barnhart, 40, Williamstown, was cited for public intoxication at Williamstown High School.
* Kevin Bradshaw, 58, Little Hocking, was cited for speeding, 44 mph in a 25 mph zone, on HIghland Avenue.
* Christian Kendall, 20, Marietta, was cited for a red light violation at West Third Sttreet/Highland Avenue.
* Michael L. Michaels Jr., 24, Clendenin, W.Va., was cited for texting while driving on Highland Avenue.