On the Record
PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Sept. 17:
* On Sept. 14, Aaron E. Abbott, 32, of Delta Road, Sandyville, was issued a citation for driving on suspended and no proof of insurance.
* On Sept. 14, Elizabeth Kidd, 34, of Meadowview Drive, was arrested on a felony warrant for forgery, uttering and two misdemeanor warrants for shoplifting.
* On Sept. 15, Matthew Joseph Hunter, 44, of Wilbur Lane, Alma, W.Va., was arrested on charges of nighttime burglary, auto tampering and second-offense shoplifting.
* On Sept. 15, Travis Lloyd Cunningham, 33, of 24th Street, was arrested on a capias warrant for knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription.
* On Sept. 15, Brandy Nicole Wright, 28, of 24th Street, was arrested on outstanding warrants for shoplifting and was an NCIC hit for a wanted person. She was placed pending transport to North Central Regional Jail.
* On Sept. 16, Chapman Lee Rake, 30, of Highland Road, was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence.
* On Sept. 16, Brenda Lou Bailey, 39, of Deems Fork Road, was arrested on a bailpiece.
* On Sept. 17, Chasity Hope Gibson, 26, of Staunton Turnpike, was arrested on charges of possession with intent to deliver, heroin, and Jason Aaron Lamb, 41, of Sixth Avenue, Charleston, was arrested on a charge of possession with intent to deliver, meth.
MARIETTA — The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Sept. 17:
* On Sept. 13, Deputy H/ Tornes requested a summons be issued for a Brandy M. Boley, 37, 1007 Orchard Street, Apt. 2, Marietta, on a charge of failing to register a dangerous dog. On July 3, Deputy Tornes responded to 225 Kenwood Avenue, Marietta, in reference to Boley’s dog running into a neighbor’s yard, biting the neighbor on the arm, and attempting to attack the neighbor’s dog. Boley’s dog was deemed dangerous due to this incident. On July 13, the designation was final and permanent, which gave Boley 30 days to comply with the standards of this designation and to have the dog properly registered. A check was made through the Washington County Auditor’s Office to confirm the registration. On Sept. 12, contact was made with Boley to determine why she failed to properly register her dog as dangerous. Boley advised that she had forgotten.
* On Sept. 16, Sgt. Reeder and Deputy McConnell responded to 580 Ridgewood Blvd., Belpre, where Nicholas Proscia reported his live-in girlfriend, Nicole Irvine, pushed him down the stairs and caused injury.Proscia stated they were out the previous night and that morning Irvine wanted him to leave. After completing the investigation Nicole E. Irvine, 46, of Belpre, was placed under arrest for domestic violence and transported to the Washington County Jail for processing.
* On Sept. 16, Sgt. Parks was dispatched to the Pit Stop, 3355 State Route 821, Marietta, in reference to a male subject causing a disturbance. Sgt. Parks met with Brian K. Petrie who was standing outside the store. Petrie seemed somewhat confused, and was taking a long time to answer questions. Petrie stated he was walking from Jackson County, Ohio, to Cleveland, Ohio, to meet a relative. A check with the clerk revealed Petrie ran from the interstate area flailing his arms, then was digging in the trash. The actions of Petrie scared customers coming to the business. Petrie advised another deputy that he did not have an uncle in Cleveland and continued acting confused. Brian Keith Petrie, 32, homeless, was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and transported to the Washington County Jail.
The following subjects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Friday and Sunday:
* Cory Everett Meeks, 33, 20125 State Route 550, Marietta, probation violation, a misdemeanor, and illegal conveyance into a detention facility, a felony.
* Jeffrey David Dugan, 35, 2500 Lincoln Avenue, Parkersburg, robbery and theft, felonies, and assault and aggravated menacing, misdemeanors.
* Dustin Allen Atkinson, 32, 820 Belrock Avenue, Belpre, nonsupport of dependents.
* Hunter Triphers Piatt, 24, 749 Mary Street, Belpre, disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor.
* Shannon Lynn Mercer, 42, 2311 Pike Street, #9, Parkersburg, possession of drug abuse instruments, a misdemeanor, and possession of drugs, a felony.
* Thomas William Gaughan, 32, 1017 Lynn Street, Parkersburg, two counts obstructing official business, misdemeanors, and breaking and entering and parole violation, felonies.
* Nicole Elaine Irvine, 46, of Belpre, domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
* Nick Lee Losey Jr., 25, 410 Robinson Hill Road, Marietta, parole violation, a felony.
* Brian Keith Petrie, 32, homeless, disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor.
ATHENS, Ohio — The Athens County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Sept. 17:
* On Sept. 14, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a Perry Ridge Road residence on a report of theft. Deputies arrived on scene and a report was taken.
* On Sept. 14, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a Carl Drive residence on a breaking and entering report. A report was taken, and an investigation is pending.
* On Sept. 14, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Smith Street for a report of a theft offense. Deputies were advised that sometime within the past two days, a Craftsman 20-inch chainsaw was stolen. A report was taken; however, no suspects are identified at this time.
* On Sept. 14, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Bates Road for a report of a man with a gun pointing it at the caller on the roadway. Once on scene, deputies spoke with the callers and the male who had the firearm (found to be a pellet gun). It was determined that the suspect, Cody Moore, did in fact have a verbal dispute with the caller and during the course of the dispute pointed a pellet gun, that is made to look like a shotgun, out of the window of his truck causing the caller and her husband to believe he was going to cause them serious physical harm. Cody Moore was arrested and charged with aggravated menacing. Case closed.
* On Sept. 14, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office was called to Carriage Hill Apartments to take a report of a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was taken on Sept. 6 from a location on Fossil Rock Road. The caller advised that the vehicle was taken on Sept. 6 but she did not report it until she was able to get to her daughter’s apartment on Sept. 14. This case is still under further investigation.
* On Sept. 15, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Ohio Avenue for a vehicle break in. The caller advised she looked out her window to see her car door wide open and someone in a black hoodie possibly in the back seat. Deputies arrived and found the door open but the vehicle unoccupied. The caller advised that the vehicle had been unlocked with the keys in it. A stereo accessory was reported as missing. A patrol of the area resulted in negative contact with anyone suspicious. The caller was advised to always lock their vehicle and keep their keys safe and secured.
* On Sept. 16, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to O’Bleness Hospital in Athens for an alleged assault. The complainant advised he was on the road near his house on Meadowbrook Road outside Albany when he was assaulted. He advised a gray Ford F-150 king cab truck occupied by multiple men stopped outside his house. A white male wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with “Georgia” on it then got out of the vehicle and struck the man in the head with his fist following a verbal altercation. The caller was taken to the hospital for treatment. The incident is under further investigation. Anyone with possible information about this incident is asked to contact Deputy Wright with the Athens County Sheriff’s Office.
* On Sept. 16, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to New Marshfield for a report of Donnie Howson standing near Old State Route 56 in New Marshfield holding a large flat screen TV. Donnie Howson was on the Athens County most wanted list. Road patrol and the interdiction unit responded to the area and were advised while en route, that Donnie Howson had been picked up by a red extended cab Ford Ranger and were headed towards Gun Club Road. The interdiction unit located that vehicle and stopped it on Gun Club Road. The other deputy made contact with the complainant who said she believes her house had been broken into shortly before the call came out. She advised a 32″ flat screen TV and her prescription medication had been stolen from her residence. The television was located in the back of the Ford Ranger and Donnie Howson was also located in the vehicle. He was placed under arrest for his warrants and will be charged with burglary, theft from the elderly, obstruction and vandalism. Other charges may be following. The TV was returned to the owner. Case closed.
* On Sept. 16, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a camper on Liars Corner Road that was broken into and a pair of sunglasses were stolen. There was forced entry made via the door.
WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williamstown Police Department released the following reports Sept. 17:
* David Edward Powers, 37, Williamstown, was arrested on charges of possession of heroin and possession of methamphetamine after officers observed Powers slumped over in the driver’s seat of a vehicle that was parked running partially on East Ninth Street. Officers made contact with Powers and subsequently recovered the two substances on his person. Powers was arraigned at Wood County Magistrate Court and released after posting bond.
* Tanya Lynn Perry, 37, Vienna, was arrested on charges of driving on a license revoked for DUI and speeding, 61 mph in a 45 mph zone, following a traffic stop on W.Va. 14. Perry was confined to the Department of Corrections pending her arraignment at Wood County Magistrate Court.
* Konnor Pratt, 23, Belpre, was cited for speeding, 62 mph in a 45 mph zone, on West Third Street.
* Jennifer Newbrough, 41, St. Marys, was cited for speeding, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, on W.Va. 14.
* Raywood Johnson, 30, Ville Platte, La., was cited for speeding, 62 mph zone in a 45 mph zone, on W.Va. 14.
* Howard Baker, 46, Marietta, was cited for driving on a suspended license, possession of marijuana, no seat belt and no insurance on Highland Avenue.
* Eric Scott Nelson, 39, Mineral Wells, was cited for driving on a suspended license, possession of marijuana, and no seat belt on Highland Avenue.
* Derek Davis, 27, Williamstown, reported having a wallet containing approximately $300 stolen from his unlocked vehicle in the 1100 block of Highland Avenue. The incident remains under investigation.