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On the Record

Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Sept. 13:

* On Sept. 11, Christopher Adam Grinter, 33, of Victory Street, was arrested on a warrant for strangulation.

* On Sept. 11, Ronald L. Myers, 57, of Jefferson Drive, was cited for failure to change operators license and failure to obtain WV registration.

* On Sept. 12, Gregory Allen Hutson, 42, of Charles Street, was arrested on a capias warrant for knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription.

* On Sept. 12, Jason Curtis Harkness, 36, of Moyer Drive, was arrested on a warrant for violation of a domestic violence protective order.

* On Sept. 12, David Eugene McNeill, 50, of 36th Street, was arrested on a capias for driving on suspended/revoked and operation without certificate inspection or failure to produce certificate and another capias for no insurance and driving on suspended/revoked.

* On Sept. 12, Thomas Jennings Greathouse II, 38, of Covert Street, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance. Julie Marie Tomblin, 23, of Kendall Avenue, was cited for driving on suspended and left of center.

* On Sept. 12, Aimee Ann Miller, 37, of 20th Street, was cited for expired motor vehicle inspection and no insurance.

* On Sept. 12, Robert J. Greenleaf, 21, of 32nd Street, was arrested on a warrant for violation of a domestic violence protective order.

* On Sept. 12, Elizabeth Jo Thornburg, 25, of South Parkview Drive, was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).

* On Sept. 12, Randall Lewis Simmons, 35, of Lynn Street, was arrested warrants issued through Parkersburg Police Department on charges of brandishing and shoplifting.

* On Sept. 12, Ricky Allan White, 26, of Leafy Glenn Court, was arrested on a warrant issued through the Parkersburg Police Department on a charges of possession with intent.

* On Sept. 12, Bryan Anthony Merritt, 37, was arrested on a charge of fraudulent use of an access device.

Washington Sheriff

MARIETTA — The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Sept. 13:

* On Sept. 8, Sgt. Reeder began an investigation in reference to a possible weapon handling violation. This case remains under investigation.

* On Sept. 8, Sgt. Parks began an investigation into a possible burglary in Muskingum Township. This case remains under investigation.

* On Sept. 9, Lt. Gherke assisted the Parkersburg Police Department in apprehending Noble I. Gibson III for their agency.

* On Sept. 9, at approximately 8 am., Deputy Brown responded to 10 Browns Road, Apt. 7B, Marietta, to a stolen vehicle complaint. Jeana Christy states on Sept. 8 at around 9 p.m. Ashley Moore came to her residence. Christy had to leave and Moore remained at the apartment. Christy later returned and Moore was gone, along with a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix. On Sept. 8, a traffic stop was conducted by the Marietta Police Department where Moore was identified as the driver of the vehicle. On Sept. 9, the Williamstown Police Department conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and Moore was again identified as the driver. The Williamstown Police towed the vehicle due to the fictitious plates and the registered owner not being present. A warrant was requested and issued for Ashley Nichole Moore, 27, on a charge of grand theft.

* On Sept. 9, Deputy Zide responded to Warren Township in reference to an electric meter possibly being tampered with. This case remains under investigation.

* On Sept. 9, while at the Washington County Jail, Deputy A. McConnell received a warrant from Mason County Magistrate Court, W.Va., for the arrest of Jeana Lee Christy, 37, 10 Browns Road, Apt. 7B, Marietta. Christy had been brought to the jail on this active warrant. Information on the warrant was compared with the information given by Christy when being processed into the jail. The information was found to match and a charge of fugitive from justice was filed on Christy, along with her receiving a copy of the warrant.

The following subjects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Thursday and Friday:

* David Edward Powers, 38, 11 Ninth Street, Williamstown, contempt of court, a felony.

* Dennis Ray Oakley, 38, Marietta, two counts domestic violence, misdemeanors.

* Larry Dale Haught Jr., 39, 565 Dodd Run Road, Marietta, felonious assault, two counts, both felonies, aggravated menacing, two counts, resisting arrest, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle driving under suspension and reckless operation, all misdemeanors.

* Sean Michael Haverty, 28, 147 East Lubeck Hills Drive, Washington, W.Va., possessing drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors.

* Timothy Alan Reno, 30, 676 Horse Creek Road, Seneca, Pa., driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs, no seat belt, and improper lane usage, all misdemeanors.

Athens Sheriff

ATHENS — Athens County Sheriff’s Department released the following reports Sept. 12.

The following are incident reports from Sept. 11:

* Deputies were dispatched to a report of loose cattle on the bike path near Lemaster Road. Upon deputies arriving in the area no cattle were located on the bike path but several loose cattle were located in the driveway of a nearby farm. Deputies were unable to make contact with persons at the farm. A short time later contact was made with the cattle owner.

* Deputies responded to South Blackburn Road in reference to an anonymous complaint of a temporary protection order violation. Contact was made with the protected party who stated she had not seen the suspect but would call if he showed up.

* Deputies spoke with a resident of Lemaster Road who reports she believed she was involved in a phone scam and gave some of her personal information out before realizing the call was a scam. A report was taken.

* Deputies spoke with a caller who reported a Rumpke trash can stolen. The caller stated the trash had been stolen about three months ago and she is still being billed because she had not filed a police report. A report was made so she could provide Rumpke a report number.

* Deputies responded to Selby Road outside Athens for a possible overdose. The complainant advised that her son took a large amount of unknown pills. The caller thought it was in an attempt to harm himself. EMS responded and transported the male to O’Bleness Hospital for medical treatment and a mental health evaluation.

* Deputies responded to Mill Street in Chauncey for a report of a theft. This case remains under investigation.

* Deputies took a report of threats and harassment. The complainant advised she was going through child custody and domestic issues with her ex. No criminal action was being pursued but the complainant wished to document events for court at a later date. A statement was taken.

* Deputies received a report of an intoxicated male on Main Street in The Plains. A deputy patrolled and located the male who was given a ride back to his residence and released to sober person at the home.

Civil Suits

PARKERSBURG — The following civil cases were filed between Aug. 26 and Sept. 6 in the office of the Wood County Circuit Clerk:

* Chad Goudy v. Franklin P. Reynolds

* WesBanco Bank Inc. v. Sandra Lynne Graham

* City of Parkersburg v. Evergreen Holdings Inc.

* City of Parkersburg v. PCR of WV LLC

* Sarah N. Lamb v. Daniel Brozek Jr.

* Misty Felter v. Nationstar Mortgage LLC

* Peoples Bank v. Todd J. Wright and Leann J. Wright

* Mountain Heritage Federal Credit Union v. Lori L. Cumberledge