On the Record

Wood Magistrate

PARKERSBURG — The following cases appeared in Wood County Magistrate Court on Aug. 5:

* Guy Loncala, 29, 2607 Bartlett St., Parkersburg, posted $500 bond on a charge of writing a worthless check for $289.90 to EyeMart on March 1.

* Michael Shane Litton, 39, 836 Tracewell Road, Mineral Wells, posted $500 bond on a charge of aggravated DUI following an accident on Turkey Foot Road on Saturday.

* Eric Lee Touvell, 37, 48 Long Run Road, Parkersburg, posted $1,000 bond on a charge of driving while on suspension.

* Mitchell Eugene Cunningham, 62, 1402 19th St., Vienna, posted $800 bond on charges of driving on suspension, no proof of insurance and expired registration following a traffic stop on Grand Central Avenue in Vienna on Friday.

* Misty Dawn Alvis, 38, 1945 Toms Run Road, Spencer, posted $400 bond on a charge of possession of methamphetamine. She was a passenger in a car stopped on Fourth Street that ran a red light at Fourth and Avery streets on Friday.

* James Skunk Lynn, 32, 26810 Ohio 7, Marietta, posted $500 bond on a charge of driving on suspension following a traffic stop in Williamstown on Friday.

* Michael Paul Hamilton, 22, homeless, posted $2,000 bond on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct. He was cited on Saturday at 13th and Spring streets.

* Robert Lee James, 59, 210 Yonker Lane, Mason, W.Va., posted $1,000 bond on a charge of boating under the influence on the Little Kanawha River on July 26.

* Jason Lee Mitchell, 39, 136 Birnhamwood Drive, Parkersburg, posted $500 bond on a charge of possession of marijuana.

* Kameron J. Moore, 29, 61 Lakeview Way, Elizabeth, posted $600 bond on charges of DUI and possesion of marijuana. He was cited Friday near the Park and Ride on Staunton Avenue.

* Gregory Allen Hughes, 47, 42 Orange Road, Mineral Wells, posted $700 bond on charges of possessing a firearm as a convicted felon and possession of marijuana. He was cited on Friday while deputies responded to a domestic dispute.

* James Thaddeus Vincent, 30, 605 Hill St., Parkersburg, posted $1,000 bond on charges of possession of a stolen firearm and possession of marijuana. He was cited Saturday when deputies went to a residence on Hill Street on a report of an overdose. Deputies found a baggie with a white powdery substance and a gun that was stolen in Huntington.

* Bobby Sue Davis, 35, 535 Sixth St., Parkersburg, was remanded to the regional jail on charges of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. She was charged on Sunday during a traffic stop for a registration violation.

* Stephen Charles Bronson, 48, 2536 27th Ave., Parkersburg, posted $1,500 bond on charges of fleeing on foot, second-offense shoplifting and obstructing. He was cited Saturday at Wal-Mart in Vienna.

* Clifford Goans Batten, 34, 1004 West Virginia Ave., Parkersburg, posted $700 bond on charges of fleeing, distracted driving and no operators license. He was cited Friday after a Parkersburg Police officer performed a traffic stop on 29th Street.

* Robert Curtis Langdon, 45, 2503 Parkview Drive, Belpre, was remanded to the regional jail on charges of driving on suspension and fleeing on foot. He was cited on Friday on 16th Street during a traffic stop.

* Todd Ray Perdue, 55, of Parkersburg, posted $500 bond on a charge of domestic battery.

* William Yeager, 58, homeless, posted $1,000 bond on a charge of shoplifting at Wal-Mart on June 12 and at Dunham’s on Friday.

* Stephen R. Wood, 31, 1348 Covert St., Parkersburg, was remanded to the regional jail on $125,000 bond on five charges of possession of narcotics with the intent to deliver. He was arrested on Friday on Seventh Street where authorities found him in possession of a white powdery substance, Xanax and marijuana.

* Gregory Allen Hutson, 35, 730 Ridge Road, Parkersburg, posted $2,000 bond on a charge of failing to appear for a hearing in magistrate court in June.

* Benjamin William Call, 36, 3011 Mount Olive Road, Bidwell, Ohio, posted $1,500 bond on citations for improper parking, no insurance and obstructing. He was cited on Thursday on U.S. 50 near West Virginia 47.

* John Eric Brogan, 31, of Parkersburg, posted $1,000 bond on charges of domestic battery and obstructing on Friday.

* Keevin Dashon Armstead 44, of Parkersburg, posted $1,000 bond on a charge of domestic battery on Friday.

* Jessica Dawn Hembree, 35, 2009 Division St., Parkersburg, posted $1,200 bond on charges of obstructing, disorderly conduct and reckless driving on Saturday.

* Kevin Todd Walker, 47, 223 Stone Road, Belpre, pleaded no contest to public intoxication and was assessed $175.25 in fines and court costs.

* Chadrick Arnold Parsons, 45, 16 Meadowbrook Acres, Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of possession of a controlled substance, fleeing in a vehicle, no insurance, third-offense license revoked and defective equipment and bond was set at $2,000.

* Candace M. Hammond, 50, 1200 Lynn St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on an obstructing charge and released on $1,000 bond.

* Michael W. Matthew, 43, 1115 Winding Heights Road, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of entering on enclosed lands and was released on $500 bond.

* Ivan J. Willis, 37, 1212 George St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a destruction of property charge and released on $2,000 bond.

* Waylon Franklin McCune, 45, 906 Lynn St., Parkersburg, waived a preliminary hearing and was bound to Wood County Circuit Court on a charge of fraudulent use of an access device.

* Haley Brooke Varner, 1923 Princeton St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, was given probation and assessed $170.25 in court costs.

* Zakkary Alexander Casto, 19, 59 Bonar Lane, Washington, W.Va., had a DUI charge dismissed on a defense motion.

* Matthew Raymond Weaver, 44, 167 Fox Run Drive, Suite 37, Mineral Wells, waived a preliminary hearing and was bound over to Wood County Circuit Court on two counts of forgery/uttering.

* Terrance Edwin Mills Jr., 24, 2319 Oak St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of transferring a controlled substance into a state correctional facility and bond was set at $5,000.

* Kari Lynn Caplinger, 24, 6 Meadowbrook Lanes, Parkersburg, was arraigned on two counts of second-offense shoplifting and was released on $1,000 bond.

Belpre Police

BELPRE — Belpre Police Department released the following reports and charges on Friday:

* July 21, Jennifer R. Waybright, 45, of Parkersburg, was arrested for possessing drug abuse instruments and possessing drug paraphernalia

* July 22, Veronica G. Delancey, 20, of Vienna, was arrested for criminal trespass.

* July 22, Ronald K. Therriault, 22, of Belpre, was cited for having an expired registration

* July 22, Jennifer D. McGrew, 32, of Belpre, was cited for driving under suspension and for having a fictitious registration.

* July 22, Eric Z. Hardman, 27, of Parkersburg, was arrested and transported to Washington County Jail for receiving stolen property, obstructing official business, possession of drug paraphernalia, breaking and entering and theft.

* July 24, Keith A Stiverson, 70, from Chicago, was cited for speed 65 mph in a 50 mph zone

* July 24, Samantha R Talbott, 23, of Parkersburg, was cited for driving under suspension

* July 24, Zachary P Schoolcraft, 27, of Vincent, was arrested and transported to Washington County Jail for failure to appear warrants out of Belpre Mayor’s Court on the charges of no operator license and expired registration

* July 25, Desire S. Kelley, 33, of Parkersburg, was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia

* July 25, Wayland J. Smith, 20, of Marietta, was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and no license plate light.

* July 26, Calvin J. Schoolcraft, 27, of Elkins, W.Va., was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia

* July 27, Kevin H. Richards, 30, of Grantsville, W.Va., was arrested and transported to Washington County Jail on a warrant from Marietta Police Department

* July 27, Lyndzey T. Spade, 20, of Parkersburg, was cited for speed 45 mph in a 25 mph zone

* July 28, Justin E. Bledsoe, 36, of Belpre, was arrested and transported to Washington County Jail on a warrant through Washington County Sheriff’s Office

* July 28, William G. Ivey, 65, of Belpre, was cited for leaving the scene of accident that was on private property

* July 29, Chrystal N. Glessner, 32, of Belpre, was arrested for discharging fireworks in the city limits.

* July 29, Camron M. West, 19, of Belpre, was cited for speed 41mph in a 25 mph zone

* July 29, Sherisha L. Sturm, 35, of Belpre, was arrested on a domestic violence warrant and transported to the Washington County Jail.

* July 29, Christina D. Rose, 39, of Long Bottom, was cited for improper lane change

* July 29, Timothy W. Sheets, 36, of Waterford, was cited for driving left of center line.

* July 30, Jody W. Dowler, 40, of Washington, W.Va., was cited for having an expired registration

* July 30, Erica B. Cobb, 21, of Parkersburg, was cited for driving under an OVI suspension and for speed 45 mph in a 25 mph zone

* July 31, Benjamin M. Nash, 35, of Belpre, was cited for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and no license plate light

* July 31, Angela K. White, 51, of Parkersburg, was cited for driving under suspension

* July 31, Samantha J. Paugh, 32, of Parkersburg, was cited for having an expired registration and driving under suspension.

Athens Sheriff

ATHENS, Ohio — The Athens County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports July 31 and Aug. 1:

July 31

* Danny Wayne Swiger Jr., 33, of Grafton, W.Va.,was arrested on charges of second-degree felony possession of a controlled substance and third-degree felony possessing a concealed weapon.

* The Criminal Interdiction Unit conducted a traffic stop on U.S. 33 near Circle 33 for moving and equipment violations. Deputies made contact with the driver and issued a written warning. Consent to search the vehicle was requested and given. During a search of the vehicle, deputies located suspected heroin and methamphetamine within a purse. The items were seized and are being sent to a lab for testing. Additional charges are expected pending lab results.

* Deputies were dispatched to The Plains Library for a report of drug sales. Deputies made contact with both suspected vehicles and discovered the caller was an ex-boyfriend of one of the parties. No suspicion of drug activity was present, so no further action was taken.

* A well-being check was requested for a Morgan Street residence in Glouster. Deputies were unable to make contact with anyone at residence.

* Deputies were dispatched to Tick Ridge Road in Amesville for an activated residential alarm. The residence was found secure upon arrival.

* An employee of Allen Pet Clinic in The Plains reported her car had been hit in the parking lot. The person who struck the vehicle left without reporting it.

* A Salem Road resident reported a 1990 blue-and-white Ford F-250 missing from his property.

* A report of a wrong-way driver on U.S. 50 was received. The caller stated they followed the elderly woman home after trying to get her attention on the roadway. Deputies made contact with the woman to confirm she was OK. She stated she was fine and immediately knew what she had done. She claimed the “nosy woman” was trying so hard to get her to turn around that she actually impeded her from doing so and made the situation much worse by then following her home. All parties were separated.

* Deputies responded an open-line 911 call in The Plains. All that could be heard was background noise and possibly an engine. On scene, deputies made contact with a man mowing who stated his phone had accidentally dialed in his pocket.

* Deputies responded to the Albany Marathon for a report of a suicidal male. The male advised deputies that he did not feel suicidal and has not made any suicidal threats. Deputies assisted the male with obtaining a ride and returned to patrol.

* Deputies were requested to North Plains Road for a suspicious persons complaint. The caller advised they were closing their business and two subjects were loitering in front. Deputies contacted the individuals, who advised they would be on their way. No criminal activity was suspected.

* Deputies responded to Ayers Road in Albany for a report of a wrong-way driver heading eastbound in the westbound lane. The area was patrolled, and the vehicle could not be located.

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ATHENS, Ohio — The Athens County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Aug. 2:

* A suspicious vehicle was reported by a Lottridge Road resident. The area was patrolled, but no contact was made with any vehicle or individuals.

* Deputies were dispatched to a New England Road residence for a landlord/tenant dispute. Deputies arrived on scene and found the argument to be a civil matter. Deputies advised the complainant to speak with an attorney or the courts.

* Deputies were dispatched to Baker Road for a report of an individual having suicidal thoughts. The individual was transported to O’Bleness Hospital for an evaluation.

* Units responded to Glouster for a report of a cow in the roadway. Deputies patrolled the area for the cow, with negative contact.

* Deputies assisted Athens City Police with a well-being check on Monserat Ridge Road in Glouster.

* Deputies responded to Railroad Street in New Marshfield for a report of a dispute. The complainant stated that her husband was causing problems due to her being gone all day. The suspect left prior to deputies’ arrival. The complainant only wished for this incident to be on file.

* Units responded to Carter Road in Glouster for a report of gunshots. Neighbors believed that guns were possibly being fired in an unsafe direction. Deputies were unable to detect any gunshots in the area.

* A report of a breaking and entering in progress was received for a Center Street address. The complainant stated he saw a vehicle near his residence. Deputies checked the residence and found all windows and doors secure.

* Units responded to a South Plains Road residence for a report of an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The complainant stated her son would not return her vehicle after being told to do so. Deputies attempted to contact the son multiple times via phone unsuccessfully. The complainant did not wish to pursue criminal charges; however, requested a well-being check due to a history of suicidal thoughts. A nationwide BOLO alert was initiated.

* Deputies were called to Fossil Rock Road for a patrol request. The caller advised there were two people walking on the roadway with a flashlight and when he asked them what they were doing, they turned the light off. Deputies patrolled the area with negative contact.