On the Record

Wood Magistrate

PARKERSBURG — The following cases were heard in Wood County Magistrate court over the weekend Oct. 12-14 and Monday.

* Jason Ryan Dickel, 37, Washington, W.Va., was arraigned on a citation of driving while on suspension and was released on $500 personal recognizance bond.

* Kenneth James Moore, 41, 1851 Seventh St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of breaking and entering, receiving stolen goods and fleeing and was remanded to the regional jail on $27,500 bond. Parkersburg Police on Thursday were called by a man who said he was following a suspect who stole his son’s bicycle. Police attempted to stop the suspect in the 1400 block of Andrew Street where he was identified by the victim, but he pedalled away. The bike was recovered on Lynn Street and Moore was arrested at Seventh and Park streets.

* Chester Elwood Tabor, 49, Altoona, Pa., was arraigned on citations for driving while impaired and driving on suspension and released on $1,000 bond.

* Ices Ann Brown, 25, 3835 Warren Chapel, Marietta, was arraigned on citations of shoplifting and possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanors, and was released on $750 bond.

* Lisa Duley, 46, 524 Reed St., was arraigned on a citation of domestic battery and released on $500 bond.

* Kimberly Polan, 37, 75 Odell Lane, Parkersburg, was arraigned on citations of obstructing an officer and public intoxication and released on $1,500 bond.

* Martin Lyle Polan, 38, 75 Odell Lane, Parkersburg, was cited for aggravated DUI, reckless driving and acts prohibited on an ATV, misdemeanors, on Sunday and was released on $1,000 bond. Deputy J.T. Barnes while on another traffic stop was passed by an ATV traveling at a high rate of speed on U.S. 50. He pursued the vehicle and eventually stopped the ATV at Montgomery Hill Road and Rising Run Ridge Road.

* Amanda Gail Stutler, 37, Thornville, Ohio, was arraigned on charges of grand larceny and was remanded to the regional jail on $30,000 bond. She is accused of using another person’s account through Consumer Credit Counseling to pay her phone bill from December 2011 to March 2015, totalling $21,543.78

* Brianna Dawn Hill, 21, 2027 17th St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of possession of methamphetamine, possession of heroin and obstructing an officer, misdemeanors, and was released on $1,500 bond.

* Scott Keith Richards, 33, 45 Green Meadow Lane, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of strangulation, a felony, and was remanded to the regional jail in lieu of $10,000 bond.

* Arlie Edward Hetrick, 25, Monongah, W.Va., was arraigned on a citation of disorderly conduct and released on $1,000 personal recognizance bond. He was accused Sunday of using a makeshift megaphone and disturbing the neighborhood in the 1300 block of 37th Street in Parkersburg.

* Stephanie Dawn Lamar, 42, 62 Woodstone Road, Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to false pretenses and as part of a plea agreement was dismissed on a charge of counterfeiting. She was sentenced to six months in jail, one year probation with day reporting and assessed $160.25 in court costs and fines.

* Dustin M. Windland, 31, 6078 Treatty Lane, Galloway, Ohio, had his preliminary hearing waived for the charge of entering a building other than a dwelling. His case has been bound over to circuit court for grand jury consideration.

* Christopher Paul Smith, 31, 2805 Duly Ave., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of grand larceny and released on a $5,000 surety bond.

Circuit Court

PARKERSBURG — Wood County Circuit Court heard the following cases on Oct. 15.

In Judge Robert Waters Court:

* Jesse Carl Hesson, 24, in custody, withdrew his former plea, now pleading guilty to child abuse resulting in injury, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and robbery in the first dergree. His sentencing is set for Dec. 17 at 1:15 p.m.

* Christopher Michael Bailey, 39, in custody on charges of sexual abuse and breaking and entering, had his bond and home confinement revoked until further proceedings.

In Judge Jason Wharton’s Court:

* The trial for Christopher Lee Hayes, 43, in custody for three charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, methamphetamine and oxycodone, will begin on Dec 18.

Athens Sheriff

ATHENS, Ohio — The Athens County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Oct. 15:

* On Oct. 12, the Criminal Interdiction Unite conducted a traffic stop on U.S. 50 near Athens. While on the stop, the driver admitted to being in possession of marijuana. A search of the vehicle yielded marijuana as well as paraphernalia. Those items were then seized as evidence. The driver was then released from the stop.

* On Oct. 12, the Criminal Interdiction Unit received a call about a breaking and entering in progress. Upon arrival, deputies were able to make contact with a male with an active warrant for his arrest. Michael Church, 34, of Coolville, was placed under arrest and transported to Southeastern Ohio Regional Jail. No evidence of a break-in was located.

* On Oct. 14, the Criminal Interdiction Unit conducted a traffic stop on North McDonald Street. While on the stop, K9 Bora indicated to the odor of narcotics inside the vehicle. Upon searching the vehicle, suspected methamphetamine was located along with drug paraphernalia. The items were collected and sent to BCI for analysis. Charges are pending lab results.

* On Oct. 12, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to U.S. 50 for a criminal mischief complaint. The caller stated they caught someone going through their vehicle that had been left unlocked. A description of the suspect was given but no contact was made following a search and patrol of the area. Pending further information identifying a suspect, the matter is considered closed.

* On Oct. 12, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Long Street for a breaking and entering report. The caller stated that sometime overnight, someone broke into their garage and stole fuel and multiple other items. The incident is under further investigation.

* On Oct. 12, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Carol Lane for a burglary report. The caller stated sometime throughout the night, an unknown person entered her residence through the front window. This case is still under investigation

* On Oct. 12, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a stolen truck from Oak Street. On Oct. 13, the truck was located by the Ohio State Highway Patrol on U.S. 33 in Hocking County. The owner was notified so the vehicle could be picked up.

* On Oct. 12, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Carpenter Road in reference to squatters in an empty farm house. Evidence was collected on scene that will be sent for testing to possibly determine a suspect since forced entry was made.

* On Oct. 12, a resident of Mill Street came to the Athens County Sheriff’s Office to report an incident of theft from a vehicle while parked at their residence.

* On Oct. 12, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Vore Ridge Road for a domestic violence report. Deputies responded to the area and were able to secure the scene. After investigating the situation, deputy’s determined that there was probable cause for a charge. Jonathan Ash and Randall Ash were both charged with domestic violence and were released with summons due to extenuating circumstances.

* On Oct. 12, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Long Street in reference to a follow up report of a breaking and entering. Deputies were advised that a suspect was in the area and had admitted to breaking into a home. Deputies made contact with the reported suspect; however, the male denied any involvement. The original case remains active.

* Oct. 12, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report by phone in reference to a theft of scrap metal on Bobo Road in Coolville. Deputies were advised that a male had taken more metal than implied, totaling approximately $500 of metal. This case remains active.

* On Oct. 13, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to U.S. 33 for a stolen vehicle report. Ohio State Highway Patrol advised they were with an unoccupied vehicle that was entered as stolen out of Athens County. Deputies arrived on scene to process the vehicle and make arrangements with the owner on how they could recover it.

* On Oct. 13, a caller reported having a trail camera and a small pull behind trailer stolen from their property on Perry Ridge Road.

* On Oct. 13, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office located a male with an active warrant at his residence in Nelsonville. Deputies were given permission to search a residence and located the suspect, Restry Kilkenny, 38, was found to be hiding inside. Kilkenny was placed under arrest for his warrant and transported to SEORJ.

* On Oct. 13, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office took a report of damage that had occurred to a fence on property the individual owned on Deep Hollow Road.

* On Oct. 13, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a safe and a cash register being found on Salem Road. It was found that the items were out of a case the Athens Police Department is investigating.

* On Oct. 13, a resident of Jordan Run Road reported that a black walnut tree was cut down and stolen from property they own on Jordan Run Road.

* On Oct. 13, a resident of Lehoe Road reported the theft of an air compressor. A report was taken and investigation is pending.

* On Oct. 13, after conducting an investigation into possible drug activity, the Criminal Interdiction Unit executed a search warrant of Rock Run Road in Coolville. During the search, suspected methamphetamine, marijuana and other items indicative of drug trafficking were located. Items will be sent to BCI for testing, and this case will be submitted to a grand jury.

* On Oct. 14, the Athens County Sheriff’s Office was called to State Route 329 for a report of an assault. The caller advised that he was hosting a party and a couple of his friends had been in a fight. One male was knocked unconscious, that male was transported to OMH for further medical attention. This case is under further investigation.

Parkersburg Police

PARKERSBURG — The Parkersburg Police Department released the following reports Oct. 15:

* This past weekend the Parkersburg Police Department responded to 335 calls for service.

* Troy Knopp, 45, of Parkersburg, was arrested Oct. 12 on a capias warrant for driving in an impaired state, driving while license suspended or revoked, no insurance and possession of a controlled substance.

* Lisa Duley, 46, of Parkersburg, was arrested Oct. 12 on a charge of first-offense domestic battery.

* Monica Robertson, 24, of Parkersburg, was arrested Oct. 12 on a charge of second-offense domestic battery.

* Ices Brown, 25, of Parkersburg, was arrested Oct. 12 on charges of first-offense shoplifting and possession of a controlled substance.

* Brieanna Will, 21, of Parkersburg, was arrested Oct. 12 on charges of possession of a controlled substance and obstructing.

* Brant Clendenin, 19, of Parkersburg, was arrested Oct. 14 on charges of obstructing, public intoxication and first-offenst domestic battery.

* Mark Clendenin, 22, of Parkersburg, was arrested Oct. 14 on charges of obstructing and public intoxication.

* Shannon Deangelis, 36, of Parkersburg, was arrested Oct. 14 on a first-offense DUI charge.

* Leon Wiggins, 30, of Cavour, S.D., was arrested Oct. 14 on charges of fleeing while DUI, weapon possession by prohibited person and running a stop sign.

* Christopher Smith, 31, of Parkersburg, was arrested Oct. 15 on a warrant for grand larceny.

* Arlie Hetrick, 25, of Monongah, W.Va., was arrested Oct. 15 on a disorderly conduct charge.

* On Oct. 13, officers responded to Walmart and cited Derek Hartley for shoplifting.

* On Oct. 13, officers responded to Rural King and cited William Yeager for shoplifting.

* On Oct. 13, officers responded to Seventh Street in reference to a breaking and entering.

* On Oct. 14, officers responded to 35th Street in reference to a petit larceny.

* On Oct. 14, officers responded to Walmart in reference to shoplifting.

* Between Oct. 12-14, officers investigated nine motor vehicle accidents.

Belpre Police

BELPRE — The Belpre Police Department released the following reports on Oct. 15:

* Oct. 10, Jared M. McElroy, 18, Belpre, was cited for a stop sign violation.

* Oct. 10, Morgan O. McBrayer, 24, Belpre, was cited for a stop sign violation.

* Oct. 11, Christopher D. Graham, 42, Stockport, was cited for driving under suspension and for having an expired registration.

* Oct. 12, Shelby E. Enoch, 26, Mineral Wells, was cited for expired registration.

* Oct. 13, Trace M. Congleton, 19, Belpre, was arrested for OVI, inoperable rear license plate light, underage possession of alcohol and possession of drug paraphernalia.

* Oct. 13, Ashley A. McDermott, 30, Vienna, was cited for driving under suspension and for expired registration.

* Oct. 13, Courtney N. Clayton, 25, Belpre, was cited for possession of marijuana, driving under suspension and for an inoperable license plate light.

* Oct. 13, Lewis J. Williams, 22, Parkersburg, was arrested for obstructing official business and for possession of drug abuse instruments.

* Oct. 14, Eric T. Kendall, 43, Marietta, was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

* Oct. 15, Eric H. Stevens, 36, Williamstown, was cited for driving under suspension.

Williamstown Police

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williamstown Police Department released the following reports Oct. 15:

Oct. 3

* Travis Lewis Franklin Stallings, 27, of Cambridge, Ohio, was arrested by officers in the 1200 block of Highland Avenue on a charge of transporting stolen property into the state in connection to two separate reported carjackings in Cambridge and Washington County, Ohio, earlier in the day. Stallings was arraigned at Wood County Magistrate Court and confined to the Department of Corrections pending extradition to Ohio.

Oct. 4

* Nathan Jay Jones, 38, of Cottageville, W.Va., was cited for speeding, 62 mph in a 35 mph zone, on West Third Street.

Oct. 5

* Elijah Ross, 18, of Marietta, was cited for speeding, 59 mph in a 45 mph zone, on W.Va. 14.

Oct. 6

* Angel Boyd, 33, of New Concord, Ohio, was cited for shoplifting at the Dollar General on Highland Avenue.

Oct. 7

* Daley Wolfe, 25, of Vienna, was cited for speeding, 58 mph in a 45 mph zone, on W.Va. 14.

* Trent Wise, 20, of Waverly, was cited for no motor vehicle inspection and no insurance on W.Va. 14.

* Cody Buckley, 21, of Vienna, was cited for speeding, 64 mph zone in a 45 mph zone, on W.Va. 14.

Oct. 8

* Willis Virgil Thompson, 41, of Marietta, was arrested on warrants charging him with driving under the influence and no operator’s license on the lot of Dollar General.

* Brooklyn Starkey, 25, of Vienna, was cited for speeding, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, on W.Va. 14.

Oct. 10

* Michelle Gibson, 29, of Williamstown, was cited for expired registration on Highland Avenue.

Oct. 11

* Julie Hambrecht, 56, of Waverly, was cited for no motor vehicle inspection on Highland Avenue.

Oct. 12

* Greg Roberts, 37, of Vienna. was cited for expired registration on West Third Street.

Oct. 13

* Chester Elwood Tabor, 49, of Altoona, Pa., was arrested for DUI and driving on a suspended license after the vehicle he was operating was stopped for speeding, 47 mph in a 25 mph zone, on Highland Avenue. Officers noticed signs of intoxication and Tabor refused to take sobriety tests. Tabor’s blood-alcohol content was later tested at 0.174. Tabor was placed in the custody of the Department of Corrections over night and later released after posting bond.

Oct. 14

* Calvin Bradley, 32, of Westerville, Ohio, was cited for speeding, 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, on W.Va. 14.

* Rodrick D. Pettis, 30, of Columbus, was cited for no seat belt on W.Va. 14.

Oct. 15

* Ares Matthew Nelson Harlan, 31, of New Martinsville, was arrested on a felony circuit court capias for manufacturing a controlled substance following a traffic stop on Highland Avenue. Harlan was placed in the Department of Corrections pending his appearance in Wood County Circuit Court.

* Emily R. Sigler, 24, of St. Marys, was cited for possession of controlled substances on Highland Avenue.

Divorce petitions

MARIETTA — The following divorces and dissolutions were recently recorded at the Washington County Courthouse:

* Julia Marie Dotson, 58, of Vincent, and Douglas L. Dotson, 63, of Cutler, were granted a divorce on Oct. 4.

* Hannah M. Nestor, 22, of Marietta, and Chase C. Nestor, of Clendenin, W.Va., were granted a divorce on Oct. 3.

* Jessica R. Deeter, 33, of Marietta, and Brent E. Deeter, 39, of Williamstown, were granted a divorce on Oct. 2.

* Beth Ann Moyers, 46, of Belpre, and Andrew Myron Moyers, 60, of Barlow, were granted a divorce on Oct. 2.