Wood Magistrate

PARKERSBURG — On July 17 the following reports were released by Wood County Magistrate Court:

* Tyler Blake Temple, 29, 925 Joe Skinner Road, Belpre, was arraigned on a charge of domestic battery and was released on a $2,000 surety bond. He is in custody to await an extradition hearing as a fugitive from justice from Franklin County, Ohio.

* Allen Abdre Workman, 27, 815 Lily Lane, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and was released on a $10,000 surety bond,

* Paul A. Roberts, 58, 504 15th Ave., Vienna, pleaded guilty to a charge of assault on a government employee, was sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for 10 days served and good time and was assessed $180.25 in fines and court fees.

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On July 18 the following reports were released by Wood County Magistrate Court:

* Michael Allan Holley Jr., 35, 486 W. Main St., Spencer, waived a preliminary hearing on a charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and was bound over to circuit court.

* Mathew Joe Hunter, 305 Ridge Road, Alma, pleaded guilty to a charge of public intoxication and was assessed $165.253 in fines and court fees.

* Caitlin M. Church, 19, 137 Chateau Hills Drive, Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a charge of shoplifting and was assessed $185.25 and a civil penalty of $140.72 to the victim.

* Louis Frederick Allen, 47, 413 Eighth St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of a controlled substance, was sentenced to 90 days in jail suspended for one year unsupervised probation and was assessed $210.25 in fines and court fees.

* John Ryan Holland, 20, 1514 30th St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a charge of sale of alcohol to a person less than 21 years of age and was assessed $185.25 in fines and court fees.

* Robert William Heiden, 24, 4905 1/2 Second Ave., Parkersburg, waived a preliminary hearing on a charge of receiving or transferring stolen goods and was bound over to circuit court. A second charge of receiving or transferring stolen goods against Heiden was dismissed without prejudice because the state has insufficient evidence at this time and further investigation is needed.