On the Record
PARKERSBURG — Wood County Magistrate Court heard the following cases Sept. 3.
* Donald Campbell, 40, 1022 – 2 Avery St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on the charges of fleeing on foot, fleeing in a vehicle, transferring or receiving stolen property and driving while suspended a third offense. He was released on a $3,000 surety bond. Campbell was arrested following a high speed police chase while he was fleeing in a vehicle with stolen plates, police said.
* Cameron Wristen, 20, 303 38th St., Vienna, was arraigned on a charge of petit larceny and was released on a $1,500 personal recognizance bond.
* Shania Fisher, 20, 900 Lynn St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of obstruction and disorderly conduct; she was released on a $1,500 personal recognizance bond.
* Taylor Rienehart, 19, 3885 Mount Vernon Road, Norton, Ohio, pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding, 88 miles per hour in a 65 miles per hour zone, and was assessed $200.25 in court costs and fines.
* Timothy Richards Jr., 44, 48 Meadowbrook Acres, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of driving while suspended or revoked and no proof of insurance; he was released on a $500 personal recognizance bond.
* Kenneth Barnhart, 38, 1027 4 State Route 550, Vincent, Ohio, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct and was assessed $175.25 in court costs and fines.
* Cassandra Walcott, 21, Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of domestic battery and obstruction; she was being held at the North Central Regional Jail on a $1,500 surety bond.
* Jason Pearson, 22, homeless, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a third offense shoplifting charge and released on a $2,500 surety bond.
* Monty Thompson, 38, 32 Ash Circle, Davisville, pleaded guilty to a charge of open dump and was assessed $270.25 in court costs and fines.
* Donald Shepherd, 54, 3420 Camden Ave., pleaded guilty to a charge of obstruction and was assessed $220.25 in court costs and fines.
* Douglas Vandergrift, 50, 4416 17th Ave., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to charges of no insurance and driving while suspended or revoked. As part of a plea agreement he was dismissed on charges of no inspection and improper registration. He was assessed $640.50 in court costs and fines.
PARKERSBURG — Wood County Sheriff’s Department released the following reports Sept. 3.
* Anna Lee Corbin, 41, of Summit Road, was issued a citation for driving on suspended.
* Aliza Paige Jacoby, 18, of Cameron Avenue, was issued a citation for no operator’s.
* David Michael Carr, 30, of Hemlock Street, was arrested on charges of DUI and driving on suspended/revoked.
* Quint Diego Toussaint, 54, of 15th Street, was issued a citation for expired registration.
* Floyd Jeffrey Villers, 52, of Lincolnshire Drive, was arrested on charges of public intoxication, obstructing officer and false report to law enforcement officer.
* Ryan O’Neil Nichols, 43, of Barth Road, Belpre, was arrested on charges of obstructing an officer, resisting officer, possession of marijuana and a capias issued out of Ritchie County for domestic battery.
* Jessica Lynn Enos, 40, of Mud Run Road, Senecaville, Ohio, was arrested on a warrant issued through the Parkersburg Police Department on charges of forgery and uttering.
MARIETTA — The following subjects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Aug. 30 and Sept. 3 on the following charges:
* Shane William Smith, 49, 621 Bebb St., Massillon, Ohio, theft, a misdemeanor.
* Jocelyn Louise Whealdon, 29, 1029 Barth Road, Belpre, obstructing justice, a misdemeanor.
* Rodney Keith May, 33, 1029 Barth St., Belpre, receiving stolen property, a felony, and contempt of court, a misdemeanor.
* Randall Wayne Delancey, 55, 200 Pennock Drive, Apt. 12, Beverly, probation violation, a misdemeanor.
* Audrey Jane Rexroad, 37, 112 Luck Ave., Zanesville, complicity to burglary, a felony.
* Patrick Eugene North, 57, 8920 Old Grade Road, Chesterhill, camping permit violation, a misdemeanor.
* Justin Lee Rexroad, 36, 112 Luck Ave., Zanesville, burglary, a felony.
* Mark Allen Bennett, 29, 1455 E. Branch Road, Lowell, driving while under the influence of alcohol/drugs, driving under OVI suspension, reckless operation, littering, failure to comply, resisting arrest and public indecency, all misdemeanors.
* Michael Shannon Spears, 53, 3347 Woods Trail, Kent, Ohio, failure to comply, driving under suspension, stop light/sign violation, fictitious plates, speed, all misdemeanors.
* Inzez Wright, 47, 158 Mikaya Lane, Harrisville, driving under suspension and traffic signal violation, all misdemeanors.
* Tabitha Ann Dunn, 39, Williamstown, no operator’s license, contempt of court and approaching station public safety vehicle displaying emergency lights, all misdemeanors.
* Kiersten Linnae Williams, 24, 3105 Norwood St., Columbus, driving under suspension, a misdemeanor.
* Jessica Lynn Stevens, 38, 723 8th St., Marietta, contempt of court.
* Angela Lee Smith Minor, 39, 5180 Appaloosa Circle, Morrow, Ohio, possession of heroin, a felony.
* Matthew Shane Freeman, 38, 30 Race St., Dry Ridge, Kentucky, contempt of court, a misdemeanor, fugitive from justice and parole violation, both felonies.
* Shawn Eugene Covey, 42, 124 Tennis Center Drive, Apt. 1C, Marietta, making false alarms, a misdemeanor.
* Randell Jason Harris, 40, homeless, fugitive from justice, a felony.
* Vincent Merle Robinson, 48, 301 Norwood St., Columbus, theft and contempt of court, both misdemeanors.
* Juanita Marie Haught, 30, littering and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors.
* Glendon James Withrow, 27, 753 Glendale Road, Apt. 1, Marietta, domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
* Osadolor Desmond Omwanghe, 42, 4791 Hummingbird Court S, Apt. C, Columbus, driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs and improper lane change, both misdemeanors.
* Lisa Marie Joy, 44, 1220 E. Branch Road, Lowell, disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor.
* Christina Marie Ingram, 36, 132825 25th St., Parkersburg, domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
ATHENS — Athens County Sheriff’s Department released the following reports on Sept. 3.
The following are incident reports for Aug. 30:
* Deputies were patrolling around the Pine Street area and Prokos Storage Units when two males were seen going through a storage unit. The deputy approached both males and after running their information found that one of the males, James Whiteman, had an active warrant for his arrest. The other male did not have a warrant and was released. James Whiteman was arrested for a failure to appear on a traffic ticket out of Athens County. He was placed under arrest and transported to The Athens County Sheriff’s Office for court and then to SEORJ.
* Deputies arrested Lula Harris, 41, on an active felony warrant out of Athens County. Harris was turned over to the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office after the arrest so they could interview her in reference to the stolen truck she was in possession of, officials said. Harris was later transported to the Middleport Jail where she will remain until she appears in court or posts bond.
* Deputies took a theft report from The Rock Church on Hooper Road. The complainant stated files had been removed from two filing cabinets sometime within the past eight months.
* Deputies were advised of a needle and syringe that were found by a pedestrian off the side of Rail Road Street in Jacksonville. The pedestrian covered the needle with a traffic cone until the deputy could dispose of it. The deputy did locate it and disposed of the needle.
* Deputies responded to Main Street in Chauncey for a report of a breaking and entering. The complainant stated that someone had come into their vacant home and had stolen multiple items. This case remains under investigation.
* Deputies responded to McDonald Street in The Plains for a report of a theft. The complainant stated that a male had stolen a license plate from her vehicle. The license plate was entered into LEADS as stolen. This case is pending further investigation.
* Deputies responded to Ellis Avenue in Chauncey for a report of a theft report. The complainant stated that four mountain bikes were stolen. This case remains under investigation.
* Deputies responded to Lemaster Road in The Plains for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Contact was made with a male and a female who stated they were hanging out. Deputies’ were advised that the male had an active warrant out for his arrest. Due to no bed space, the male was advised to appear in court on Tuesday.
The following are incident reports from Aug. 31:
* Deputies took a report of a shoplifter at The Dollar General in The Plains. The manager advised that the suspect female entered the store wearing a blue shirt and while she was in the beauty products section of the store, she took Cover Girl make-up and eyeliner. The video footage shows her stealing the items, buying a cell phone, and then leaving the store. The video footage of the theft was provided to the deputy taking the report. Further steps are being taken prior to charges being pursued.
* Deputies responded to Moore Road in Glouster for a report of breaking and entering report. The complainant stated that someone had entered his residence but did not take anything. This case remains under investigation.
* Deputies were dispatched to Maple Street in Amesville in regard to a drug overdose. Upon arriving, EMS units spoke to the 42-year-old male who declined medical treatment / transport.
The following are incident reports from Sept. 1:
* Deputies responded to Bassett House in reference to three juveniles who ran away from the facility. Pertinent information was gathered regarding the individuals and all were entered as missing and a BOLO was sent out.
* The Criminal Interdiction Unit conducted a traffic stop on South Plain Road near Fourth Street with a vehicle for an equipment violation. Deputies could smell an odor of raw marijuana coming from the vehicle. A search of the vehicle yielded personal use amounts of marijuana that were seized.
* The Criminal Interdiction Unit conducted a traffic stop at the Chauncey Park and Ride near Walts Bar. During the investigation, criminal behaviors were observed. Consent to search the driver yielded drug abuse instruments associated with methamphetamine use. Charges for possession of drug abuse instruments are being requested.
* Deputies assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol with a vehicle pursuit on U.S. 33 near the Peach Ridge overpass. The vehicle ended up wrecking on State Route 682 near Waltz bar in The Plains.
* Deputies took a report of a breaking and entering of a garage on State Route 13 in Millfield. The caller stated a few days ago, she heard a crashing noise in her garage and when she went to investigate the noise, she opened the side garage door and there was a very skinny male standing in the doorway carrying her small air compressor. She said the suspect told her that he didn’t know anyone lived there so he dropped the air compressor and left the garage and the property. It was found that the upstairs loft of the garage had been entered as well as the front sunroom of her house. It is unknown what was taken. If anyone has information regarding the identity of this suspect, call the Athens County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency phone number, 740-593-6633.
* Deputies were dispatched to Hooper Road in Athens in regard to someone trespassing and discharging a firearm on her property. Upon arriving, the complainant advised that someone was on her land shooting and she wants to know who they are. She advised that she has heard two different sounds with one being louder and fast which she thinks was a semi automatic. The complainant stated that they had been shooting just minutes before arrival. It was discovered about 200 yards inside the woods that two men, one had a pellet rifle and the other had a 22-caliber handgun, were shooting in the area of the complainant’s pond. The complainant knew one of the men as he was a neighbor. After she spoke to the two men, they gathered their belongings and exited her property. No further action was taken.
* Deputies responded to a residence on State Route 56, Athens, in regard to an overdose. EMS responded to the residence and transported the female patient to OMH for treatment.
* Deputies responded to Guysville for a third-party report of a verbal dispute. Upon arrival, contact was made with the involved parties and it was determined that an intoxicated female came to the residence and instigated the dispute. Due to her level of intoxication and her unwillingness to obey verbal commands, Tina Hedges was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct. She was transported to SEORJ and held until sober.
* Deputies responded to Lottridge Road for a report of a dispute. The complainant stated that her stepson was being unruly. The complainant did not wish to file any criminal charges. Both parties were separated for the evening.
* Deputies received a report of a male who had made suicidal comments. The male was located in Hocking County. When Hocking County Sheriff’s Office initiated contact with the male, he fled in his vehicle. This resulted in a pursuit that ended in Athens County. The male abandoned his vehicle and fled into the woods. The male was not located.
* Deputies responded to Euclid Avenue in Buchtel for an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle complaint. The complainant advised the suspect took her vehicle without asking and has kept it for more than a week. This case is under further investigation.
* Deputies responded to Union Lane in The Plains for a trespass complaint. The complainant stated that a subject had come to her door and shouted inside for her to come get her children from the front of her residence. Deputies located the suspect and issued a trespass complaint.
* Deputies responded to Glouster to assist the Glouster Police Department with a male who had fled from their officer. Deputies were advised that the officer was injured. The area was patrolled in attempt to locate the suspect who had active warrants out of Athens County. Deputies and the Glouster Police Department took the male into custody without incident.
* Deputies received a report of a protection order violation in Coolville. Deputies received a statement from the victim alleging the suspect had sent numerous text messages to her. Deputies located the suspect a short time later. The suspect, Todd Griffith, of Coolville, was charged with violating a protection order and summoned to appear in court on Sept. 3.