Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG – The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on June 24.

* On June 19, a citation was issued to Randy C. Tompkins II, 27, of Fairway Drive, Beverly, for cell phone violation while driving.

* On June 19, a deputy responded to Orange Drive in reference to a breaking and entering. The complainant, Melissa Lott, advised that three bottles of medication were taken from her residence. The deputy observed that someone had attempted entry by drilling the door knob and the dead bolt locks on the front door and observed that the back door had a tool mark on it and the door jamb. Nothing else inside the residence was taken; an investigation is ongoing and the detective bureau has been notified.

* On June 19, a deputy responded to Silican Processors on Buckeye Street in reference to the larceny of diesel fuel. The complainant/manager Scott Parsons advised that someone emptied the tanks for the crane and a dozer of approximately 250 gallons of road diesel fuel.

* On June 19, a citation was issued to Brittany Marie Landers, 26, of Sixth Avenue, Vienna, for cell phone violation while driving.

* On June 19, a citation was issued to Edward Gene Chaddock, 84, of 17th Street, Vienna, for speeding. He was going 58 in a 45 mph zone.

* On June 19, a citation was issued to Austin Caleb Williams, 22, of Rockland Avenue, Williamstown, for no insurance.

* On June 19, a citation was issued to Everett Dale McMullen III, 46, of Lakeway Hills, Russell Springs, Ky., for no insurance.

* On June 19, a citation was issued to Corinne Ann Full, 36, of 39th Street, Vienna, for speeding. She was going 58 in a 45 mph zone.

* On June 19, a citation was issued to Gandee N. Licklider, 39, of Tupper Street, Marietta, for speeding. She was going 58 in a 45 mph zone.

* On June 19, a citation was issued to Jennifer G. Battin, 24, of Lakewood Circle, for speeding. She was going 55 in a 45 mph zone.

* On June 20, a deputy responded to Dublin Drive in Mineral Wells in reference to a destruction of property. The complainant, Paula Reynolds, advised that someone had damaged the rear glass to her vehicle. Deputy observed the rear window to have a hole in the lower passenger side corner of the glass. Deputy could not locate any object inside or outside the vehicle which caused the damage.

* On June 20, a deputy responded to Harris Highway in reference to a larceny. Brittany Hopkins advised that sometime overnight someone gained entry into her apartment and removed her television, jewelry, her purse and 5 NFL action figures that were still in the boxes.

* On June 20, Joshua Adam Dowler, 32, of Beechwood Drive was arrested on a charge of driving on suspended license first offense.

* On June 20, a home confinement officer observed the suspect on Camden Avenue and upon checking, the suspect was not approved to be at that location. As the home confinement officer parked his vehicle to make contact with the suspect, the suspect fled from the office area out a side door. Deputies were called and home confinement and deputies searched the area unable to locate the suspect. A short time later, the suspect called the Wood County Holding Center advising he was at a business on Camden Avenue where Majed Abdulah Maliki, 31, of 12th Avenue, Vienna, was taken into custody for escape, fleeing from an officer and narcotic offenses. During a search of his person the suspect handed the home confinement officers a bag which contained six whole and numerous fragments of pills, some being a controlled substance for which he could not provide a prescription.

* On June 20, a deputy responded to Butcher Bend Road in reference to a burglary. Steven White was on scene and had discovered the burglary. Geraldine White arrived on scene at the same time the deputy arrived. Force had been used to gain entry through the side door of the home. The bedroom had been ransacked and items taken, including a .38 Smith and Wesson revolver, cash and medication. The detective bureau was notified and an investigation is ongoing.

* On June 20, a citation was issued to Anthony Wayne Ogaz, 47, of Ralston Hill Road, Walker, for expired registration.

* On June 20, a citation was issued to Hannah Rena Shuman, 33, of Fifth Street, Marietta, for no insurance.

* On June 20, a citation was issued to Stephanie Lynn White, 24, of Worthington Lane, for expired registration and expired motor vehicle inspection.

* On June 20, a traffic stop was conducted on a vehicle after is was observed to cross the centerline and then over correct and cut back to the right and almost run off the right side of the road. The driver had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her person. Janet Canterbury Johnson, 43, of Salines Drive, Charleston, W.Va., was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence first offense.

* On June 21, a citation was issued to Amber L. Graham, 24, of Camelot Drive, for expired registration and no MVI.

* On June 21, a citation was issued to Michael S. Trembly, 28, of Nicolette Road, for red light violation.

* On June 21, deputies responded to a threats call on Old Turnpike Road; this was a continuation of an earlier civil dispute- disorderly subjects call. Upon deputies’ arrival, they spoke with the complainant who advised that the tenants had stopped on the roadway in front of his residence and started cursing him and his family and made threats. Deputies went to the residence and made contact with the male subject who became disorderly and used foul language; he was taken into custody and after being placed in restraints he continually pulled away using foul language. The female then became disorderly and began using foul language at the deputies. She also was taken into custody. Alex Christopher Wade, 20, of Old Turnpike Road, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer. Timi Ann Wade, 18, of Old Turnpike Road, was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.

* On June 22, deputies responded to Hill Street in reference to a domestic dispute. Deputies were advised the problem party had grabbed his girlfriend by the throat and then left the residence. He was located walking along Hill Street at which time he refused to comply in being handcuffed and laid on his right arm. Jeremy Ray Collins, 32, of Beverly Street was arrested on charges of obstructing an officer and battery of an officer as the deputy had an apparent minor injury to his elbow and wrist from the suspect not wishing to be handcuffed. The victim stated that the suspect had grabbed her by the throat and pushed her to the ground and then destroyed a rotating fan and broke two windows. Victim was advised that he had been arrested on other charges and would also be charged with domestic battery and destruction of property.

* On June 22, a deputy responded to the Parkersburg Country Club in reference to a destruction of property. The complainant, Kate Swisher, general manager, stated that a glass rear door had been damaged. Deputy observed the glass door to be shattered; however, he believed that entry had not been made into the clubhouse nor any other damage had been observed.

Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG – The Wood County Sheriff’s Department released the following reports on June 19:

* On June 16, a citation was issued to Robert James Florence, 30, Pettyville Road, for an expired license.

* On June 16, a deputy responded to Lantana Lane in reference to a larceny from a vehicle. John Haddox reported someone had entered his locked truck and removed $450 in cash from the center console.

* On June 17, a deputy while traveling northbound on Emerson Avenue observed an injured deer flailing around in the southbound lane and then observed a truck stopped in the northbound lane with a man exiting the vehicle. The driver of the truck, Daniel Smith, Marietta, said the deer jumped off the hillside and the head came through the open driver side window of the vehicle with the deer entering the cab striking him in the shoulder. The deer body had also struck the windshield causing extensive damage as well as damage to the driver side door. The driver advised of shoulder pain; however, the front passenger and rear passenger were uninjured, but startled. The driver advised he needed no medical attention.

* On June 17, Tom Hall reported someone removed a black metal toolbox from an aluminum toolbox that fits in the bed of his truck. He stated that the tools inside the toolbox were a complete set of Craftsman metric tools and miscellaneous hand tools.

* On June 17, a deputy responded to Gihon Road in reference to a larceny. Tim Malone advised he had been working on steps and upon finishing for the day, put two drills and his power tools on a swing outside his door; he then went to the clubhouse at South Hills Golf Club and when he returned to the apartment he observed that his dressers had been opened and gone through and that the two drills and power tools were missing from the swing where he had put them earlier.

* On June 17, a deputy advised of a possible impaired driver heading north on I-77. The deputy located the vehicle and began following, at which time he observed the driver to switch its headlights on and off and weaving from the center line to the right white line in the driving lane of I-77. A traffic stop was conducted and upon contact with the driver, the deputy smelled an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. Don Edward Workman, 49, of Main Street, Chapmanville, W.Va., was arrested on charges of DUI and driving on license revoked for DUI.

* On June 18, a deputy responded to Pike Street and spoke with the complainant Pamela Brand and Miranda Hanlon in reference to a stolen trailer. The trailer is described as a 2012 Fore 10- or 12-foot double axle with tube railings, a wood deck, a one piece metal mesh ramp and a plastic toolbox up near the tongue. The estimated value of the trailer is $3,500.

* On June 18, a deputy responded to Gihon Road and Lost Pavement Road in reference to a hit and run where the driver had ran from the scene. Apparently vehicle one was traveling west on Gihon Road, vehicle two was pulling out of Lost Pavement Road turning west and turned into the side of vehicle one. Both vehicles pulled into the South Hills parking lot where the driver of vehicle two got out and ran from the scene across the golf course. A passenger in the vehicle gave his name and stated that he lives on Camden Avenue. Citation was issued to Justin Lee Moore, 24, of Camden Avenue for hit and run with injury and no operator’s license.

* On June 18, deputies were dispatched to Homewood Road in reference to someone being there twice within two hours, but is not supposed to be at the residence. A deputy remained in the area at which time a neighbor advised the suspect might at this time be at the residence. A deputy located the suspect inside the garage speaking with the female. He was advised several times to stand and place his hands behind his back and to put his beer can down at which time he would not release it. Mitchell Hezekiah Miller, 56, of Homewood Road was charged with second offense violation of a protection order and a bond revocation was completed by the deputy for violating bond. He was arraigned on both of the charges and reconfined pending a $1,000 cash bond on violation of a protection order and remanded for 10 days on the bond violation.

* On June 18, a deputy was dispatched to a single-vehicle crash on I-77. A deputy located the vehicle in the ditch facing northbound on the southbound side with several subjects standing around. Deputy located the driver and upon speaking with her detected the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her person. She stated that she had swerved to miss a deer and wrecked her car. The 17-year-old female from 10th Street, Williamstown, was issued a citation for DUI and her mother arrived to take custody of her.

Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG – The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on June 16.

* On June 13, a citation was issued to Duane Michael Trimble, 34, of Second Lane, Belpre, for driving on a suspended license second offense.

* On June 13, Charus Leon Bennett Sr., 42, of Dupont Road turned himself in at the Wood County Sheriff’s Office on an outstanding warrant for domestic battery third offense. He was processed and escorted to magistrate court for his arraignment before a magistrate where he was released on a $3,000 bond.

* On June 13, a citation was issued to Darrell David Shirley, 39, of School Street for driving on a suspended license first offense.

* On June 13, a deputy was advised of a subject at the magistrate court with two active warrants. Jamie Caroline Hutson, 35, of Pike Street was taken into custody on the two warrants for truancy for failing to cause child to attend school. She was processed and taken before a magistrate and released on a $2,000 bond.

* On June 13, a citation was issued to Christopher Martin Kieper, 21, of Camden Avenue for no insurance.

* On June 13, a citation was issued to Tamela S. Wilhelm, 57, of Bel Air Drive, Marietta, for no insurance.

* On June 13, a citation was issued to Kevin Shawn Bailey, 35, of Kendall Avenue for speeding. He was going 60 in a 45 mph zone.

* On June 13, a citation was issued to Nickalas Aurther Tewkesbury, 21, of Muskingum Drive, Marietta, for public intoxication.

* On June 13, a citation was issued to Tracy L. Wade, 42, of Florida Street for no insurance.

* On June 13, a citation was issued to Matthew Dana Hartness, 25, of 17th Street for driving on a suspended license.

* On June 14, deputies dispatched to Tiffany Lane in reference to a domestic situation in progress where 911 dispatch could hear the subjects; however, they would not respond to questioning. Upon deputies’ arrival, a male and female were observed in the middle of the roadway at which time the female began walking away. Deputies spoke with three subjects where two of them had been involved in a physical altercation. Due to conflicting stories and no independent witnesses, Prosecuting Attorney’s Office will be contacted to determine if charges will be filed. Citations were issued to Lacey Ann Heiden, 18, of Second Avenue, Tyler Scott Yocum, 19, of 20th Street and Adriane B. Cochran, 18, of Tiffany Lane for underage consumption.

* On June 14, a citation was issued to Joseph Henry Elson, 23, Highland Road, for defective equipment.

* On June 15, a citation was issued to Joshua Ryan Muntz, 26, of Julian Street, Newport, for no insurance.

* On June 15, James Michael Gonzales, 50, of Federal Court, Parkersburg, was arrested on a warrant for violation of protective order issued out of Harrison County.

* On June 15, a citation was issued to Jeremiah Michael Smith, 34, of Island View Drive for expired registration.

* On June 15, a citation was issued to Joshua Adam Dowler, 32, of Beechwood Drive for driving on suspended license.

* On June 15, a citation was issued to Wesley Dean Lowers, 22, of Branch Drive for driving on suspended license.

Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG – The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on June 10.

* On June 6, deputies were dispatched to Meadowview Drive in Briarwood on a third party call of a domestic situation where they had stated that screaming was heard from inside the residence. Deputies went to the residence and the female stated that nothing was going on and refused deputies entry into the residence. After deputies walked away both felt that something was off as her actions seemed to indicate that she was protecting someone or something. Deputies drove away and pulled to the side observing a male exit the residence, get into a vehicle and upon seeing the deputy the male pulled into a neighbor’s driveway and turned around. Deputy at that time made contact with the driver who became confrontational and advised he had no license. He then took off toward the house and was ordered to stop; he refused and a short struggle occurred and he was Tazed by the deputy. John Joseph Kinnaird, 37, of Meadowview Drive was arrested on charges of obstructing an officer, violation of protective order and driving on suspended license.

* On June 6, a citation was issued to Christopher Wayne Fox, 36, of 21st Avenue for driving on suspended license third offense and improper registration.

* On June 6, a deputy was dispatched to the area of U.S. 50 in reference to a mobile domestic situation and possible larceny. Deputies were advised that both vehicles had exited U.S. 50 onto Seventh Street and were possibly going to the McDonald’s. Deputy arrived and observed the car blocked in the parking space by a truck. All parties exited the vehicles and began arguing. Deputy ordered all back into their vehicles and made contact with the driver of the truck who stated that he had withdrawn money from the bank and his girlfriend then took some of the money from him refusing to return it; he stated that he had an active order of protection against her and she was not to be around him. Upon contact with the female she advised that the order was active. A K-9 search was conducted on the vehicle with indication given. A search of her purse located a partially burnt marijuana cigarette. Genelea Sheets, 30, of North Street, Ellwood City, Pa.,was arrested on charges of possession of less than 15 grams of marijuana and violation of protective order.

* On June 6, a citation was issued to David K. Blasingame, 21, of Pleasant Home Ridge Road, Belleville, for no insurance.

* On June 7, a citation was issued to Margaret Alice Pando, 33, of Elizabeth Pike, Elizabeth for possession of less than 15 grams of marijuana.

* On June 7, a citation was issued to Wayne Campbell, 27, of Meadowbrook Acres for no operator’s license fourth offense.

* On June 7, a citation was issued to Amber Dawn Bedell, 38, of Westview Circle for expired registration and no insurance.

* On June 7, deputies responded to Lucille Lane in reference to a domestic incident. The victim stated that she and the suspect got into an argument where he grabbed her by the throat while she was standing outside on the steps. Deputy observed red marks on the front of her neck. Jonathan Daniel Lohr, 36, of Lucille Lane was arrested on charge of domestic battery.

* On June 7, while a deputy was working a sobriety checkpoint on Harris Highway, a vehicle entered the checkpoint and as it slowly approached contact was made with the driver and deputy could smell the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from the vehicle and from her person. Jill Doreen Byers, 46, of McCoy Lane was arrested on charge of driving under the influence.

* On June 7, a citation was issued to Billy Joe Dowler, 53, of Fourth Avenue for public intoxication.

* On June 7, a deputy working DUI checkpoint observed a vehicle enter the checkpoint and the female passenger to be holding an unrestrained child on her lap. Both the driver and passenger were properly restrained with seatbelts; however, the child was not. A citation was issued to Kenneth Dale Lorentz, 28, of Pleasant Ridge Road, Graysville, Ohio, for no child restraint.

* On June 7, a deputy responded to Red Carpet Inn on Emerson Avenue in reference to a destruction of property. The complainant advised that he was at the hotel with his cousin waiting on her husband to arrive from truck driving and when he arrived he became angry with both of them and kicked the door in damaging the door to where it was unable to be secured. Deputy spoke with the hotel owner who wished to prosecute. Deputy will obtain a warrant.

* On June 8, a citation was issued to David J. Fauss, 53, of Blair Avenue for expired motor vehicle inspection.

* On June 8, a deputy was observing traffic on Williams Highway and observed a vehicle traveling north overtake and pass another vehicle in the no passing zone at that location. Deputy then caught up with the vehicle and activated emergency lights stopping the vehicle. Upon contact with the driver he stated he did not have a driver’s license, it was suspended, and deputy smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. Bobby Christopher Bryant, 29, of Oak Grove Lane, Marietta, was arrested on charges of DUI second offense, speeding, passing in a no passing zone and driving on suspended license second offense.

* On June 8, citations were issued to Lisa Ann Myers, 43, of Carpenters Run Road, Waverly, for improper registration, improper motor vehicle inspection, no insurance and driving on suspended license second offense.

* On June 8, a citation was issued to Michelle Dawn Parsons, 31, of Edgelawn Street for no seatbelt.

* On June 8, a deputy spoke with Jeffery Schmitt of Pettyville Road in reference to larceny from his vehicle. The complainant stated that his vehicle was parked at his mother’s residence on Pettyville Road when someone used an unknown object to pry the passenger side door open causing damage to the A pillar of his vehicle. Once inside the vehicle, change, a gold chain with pendant and a prescription were taken.

* On June 8, a citation was issued to Disha Kamlesh Shukla, 18, of Lake Drive, Daniels, W.Va., for cell phone use while driving.

* On June 9, a deputy was dispatched to the area of Robert Byrd Highway in the area of Volcano Road in reference to a possible intoxicated driver. Deputy located the vehicle and observed it to sway from one side of the lane to the other at which time the deputy activated emergency lights for a traffic stop. Upon contact with the driver, the deputy detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle and her person. Another deputy arrived and while getting her purse from the vehicle observed in the center console a smoking bowl with what appeared to be burned marijuana. While at the holding center the female stated that the deputy had gotten the wrong cell phone from the vehicle and wished for him to retrieve the other phone. While getting the other phone from the vehicle, the deputy found under the driver’s seat a small baggie of green leafy substance consistent with marijuana. Jamie Rosalie Hunt, 26, of Vivaldi Lane, Gambrills, Md., was arrested on charges of DUI first offense and possession of less than 15 grams of marijuana.

Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG – The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on June 5.

* On June 2, a deputy responded to Blennerhassett Middle School in reference to girls caught smoking in the bathroom. Juvenile citations were issued to both girls and copies were to be given to the mothers by the principal.

* On June 2, a citation was issued to Kierston Leean Holbrooks, 24, of Covert Street for driving on suspended license and no proof of insurance.

* On June 2, George Edward Fonner IV, 45, of 10th Avenue was arrested on charge of driving on suspended license third offense. He was transported to the Wood County Holding Center where he was processed and then taken before a magistrate for arraignment where he posted a $1,000 bond and was released.

* On June 2, a deputy responded to Rockport General Store in reference to vandalism. The owner/complainant, David Sullivan, advised that sometime over the weekend someone dumped used oil into his underground monitoring well for the gas pumps and into a tank for his off road diesel. The complainant advised that he called for a clean-up crew and it arrived and while on scene tested the well and found the liquid dumped consisted of oil and diesel. An investigation is ongoing.

* On June 2, Donald Carl Williams, 40, of Meadows Trailer Park was arrested on outstanding warrant for domestic battery after he had appeared at Wood County Magistrate Court for preliminary hearing. He was arraigned and released on bond.

* On June 3, a citation was issued to Daniel Ryan Helmick, 25, of Hickory Flat Road, Buckhannon, W.Va., for running stop sign.

* On June 3, a deputy responded to Bethel Woods Drive in reference to destruction of property. The complainant, Teresa West, of Union Williams said a device that attaches to the top of a meter pit had been damaged. The deputy observed the instrument appeared to have been broken off at the meter. The complainant said she would attempt to contact the homeowner in reference to the damage.

* On June 4, Kenneth Wayne Whipkey, 31, of Camden Avenue was arrested following a hearing on a warrant for driving on suspended license. He was transported to the Holding Center for processing and arraignment.

* On June 4, Paul Dexter Naylor, 54, of Bull Creek Road, Waverly, appeared at magistrate court to pay a fine and was advised of an active warrant for violation of protective order. He was served the warrant, arraigned and released on a $500 bond.

* On June 4, Ronald Mark Hopkins, 36, of Kanawha River Road turned himself in on a warrant for cruelty to animals. Hopkins is accused of kicking a kitten after being involved in an argument. The kitten died a short time after the incident. He was processed and arraigned and also served a domestic violence protective order which had been filed against him.

* On June 4, Central Communications gave a be on the lookout of vehicle which had been involved in the attempted theft of two air conditioner units from the Wal-Mart on Pike Street and had fled south on Route 14. While on his way to a court hearing, Sgt. J.W. Allen observed the vehicle and activated emergency lights at which time the vehicle began accelerating away from the deputy. The vehicle entered a curve in the roadway where it drove off the left side of the roadway into a deep ditch. Deputy observed the driver to open the driver door and attempt to flee when he was trapped between the driver door and the vehicle. The driver, Terry Lynn Watson Jr., 26, of Lower Walnut Avenue, Moundsville, W.Va., was arrested on charges of fleeing in vehicle and driving on suspended license; he is on parole out of Wheeling and his parole officer was contacted. He was taken before a magistrate for arraignment where he did not post his $4,000 bond and was confined to the holding center for confinement at the North Central Regional Jail. The Parkersburg Police Department cited Watson for shoplifting as well and a hold was placed on Watson by his parole officer.

* On June 4, a deputy responded to the report of a tractor trailer stuck in the ditch blocking the roadway at Elizabeth Pike in Mineral Wells. The deputy observed the vehicle with a loaded trailer and upon speaking with the driver he advised that he had missed the turn for Liberty Truck Stop and had tried to turn around using a gravel driveway at the location. Damage was observed to a lawn and state road sign. While speaking with the driver, the deputy detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. Gary Allen Brazell, 47, of Hayne Lane, Cayce, S.C., was arrested on charge of driving under the influence. He was confined pending his arraignment.

* On June 4, while monitoring traffic on W.Va. 68, a deputy heard vehicle accelerating and observed the vehicle to be speeding. A check of radar showed it going 114 in a 45 mph zone. The vehicle was stopped on Interstate 77 at mile marker 179. Upon contact with the driver, a strong odor of an alcoholic odor was coming from her breath. Donna Kay Brown, 49, of Waters Drive, Palm Coast, Fla., was arrested on charges of DUI, reckless driving and speeding. She was confined pending her arraignment.

* On June 4, a deputy responded to GoMart in Williamstown in reference to an illegal dump of fuel. An employee of GoMart said a box truck arrived to get fuel and then left heading toward I-77 and was observed to stop near the overpass. The employee then stated the driver returned and pumped and purchased more diesel then pulled into the gravel parking area across from the store. Another box truck arrived parking in the same area then came into the store buying a gas can and purchasing more diesel then both trucks left the area. The employee said he went to the area of where the truck had parked and immediately smelled fuel and observed where it had been drained from the truck into the ground. Deputy completed report where it will be forwarded to the Department of Environmental Protection. Williamstown Volunteer Fire Department was called to assist in cleanup and Ed Hupp, director of the Wood County Emergency Services, was contacted.

Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG – The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on June 2.

* On May 30, a deputy responded to Williamstown Pike in reference to a motor vehicle crash. A citation was issued to Allen E. Jeffers, 36, of East Eighth Street, Marietta, for failure to maintain and no proof of insurance.

* On May 30, a citation was issued to Jeffory W. Valentine, 54, of Watkins Road, Elizabeth for speeding in a school zone. He was going 31 in a posted 15 mph zone.

* On May 30, a citation was issued to Heather Michelle Fleak, 39, of South Schultz Road, Washington, W.Va., for expired motor vehicle inspection.

* On May 30, a citation was issued to Nichole Lynn Resecker, 25, of Smith Hill Road, Marietta, for failure to maintain control.

* On May 30, a citation was issued to Timothy C. Nay, 45, of Stadium Drive for driving on suspended license and a citation was issued to Alice C. Nay, 40, of Ohio 550, Vincent, for improper registration.

* On May 30, a citation was issued to Joshua I. Stewart, 37, of Mound Drive, Marietta, for speeding. He was going 57 in a 45 mph zone.

* On May 30, a citation was issued to Dustin Todd Potter, 31, of 36th Street, Vienna, for no insurance.

* On May 30, a citation was issued to Jacob Christopher Dickson, 19, of Cornerstone Drive, Marietta, for speeding and no insurance. He was going 57 in a 45 mph zone.

* On May 30, a citation was issued to Cornelio R. Rodriguez, 28, of Lancaster Street, Marietta for expired operator’s and no insurance.

* On May 31, a citation was issued to Travis Nathaniel Truax, 28, of Riverview Estates, St. Marys for improper stopping-parking at intersection.

* On May 31, a citation was issued to Amy Marie Charlton, 29, of Joshus Fork Road, Rockport for driving on suspended license.

* On May 31, a deputy responded to Core Road in reference to stolen gas cans from a boat. Larry McCloy reported that two gas cans had been taken from his pontoon boat. McCloy stated that the gas cans were six gallons each full of fuel. No damage was observed to his boat. Police are unsure if the stolen fuel is linked to the burned vehicle reports on Fox Hill Terrace.

* On May 31, a deputy responded to McCoy Lane in Washington in reference to a breaking and entering. Deputy spoke with William and Regina Osborne and advised that she had left the residence and upon returning she noticed the screen door was open and upon unlocking the front door and entering she observed pennies on the floor and the back door to be standing open. She advised she called 911 and found that money along with prescription medication and jewelry were missing. Information was turned over to the detective bureau.

* On May 31, a citation was issued to Mark Edward Lee, 37, of Laird Avenue for driving on suspended license and no insurance.

* On May 31, deputies were dispatched to the area of Mineral Wells Fairground in reference to a possible intoxicated driver. The vehicle was described with direction of travel. The deputy observed the vehicle traveling northbound in the area and observed that the registration sticker had expired and a traffic stop was conducted at Windsor Drive. Upon speaking with the driver, the deputy detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath. A 5-year-old juvenile was seated in the rear of the vehicle at which time a family member took custody of the juvenile and the other passenger. Stephen M. Wells, 25, of Hope School Road was taken into custody and transported to the Wood County Holding Center for charges of DUI w/minor where he was processed and confined.

* On June 1, a citation was issued to Jessica Lynn Massey, 19, of 29th Street for expired motor vehicle inspection and no proof of insurance second offense.

* On June 1, a deputy responded to Henrie Lane in reference to breaking and entering into a residence. Christopher and Virginia Graham stated they had come to check on the house and observed the basement screen pulled out and the glass window up. Deputy checked the residence and found no one inside with the television on in the bedroom. A check of inside the residence was done by the complainants who reported that jewelry was missing and that her mother, the homeowner, was away on a trip. The detective bureau was called and investigation is ongoing.

* On June 1, a deputy responded to Westview Circle in reference to a destruction of property where one party had left in a vehicle. Upon arrival, the deputy observed the vehicle leaving Westview Circle and made contact with the driver, Carrie Allen, who stated she was in an argument with Ashley and had broken the driver’s side rear passenger window with a rock. Carrie stated that she did not wish to pursue charges and that Ashley had left the area. Deputy then responded to the complainant residence of Angela Dowler, who stated that Ashley threw rocks at Carrie’s vehicle and one of the rocks had struck her vehicle chipping the paint. A criminal complaint will be filed for destruction of property.