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On the Record

Circuit Court

PARKERSBURG — The following cases appeared in Wood County Circuit Court on Feb. 3:

* Phillip Edward Butler, Marietta, pleaded guilty Monday to an information charging him with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. His sentencing is scheduled for April 9.

* Rick Allen White, no address, was sentenced Monday on charges of breaking and entering, receiving stolen property and delivery of a controlled substance. He received one to 10 years in prison with credit for time served each on the breaking and entering and receiving charges, which will run concurrently. He received one to 15 years in prison on the delivery charge with credit for time served, to be served consecutively with the others. He was also assessed court costs and fees.

* Waylon Franklin McCune, Belpre, pleaded guilty Monday to frauculent use of an access devise. His sentencing is scheduled for April 9.

* Nina J. Probst, no address, pleaded guilty Monday to keeping or maintaining a dwelling for keeping controlled substances and was sentenced to time served.

* Johnny B. Roberts, no address, was sentenced Monday on a charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. He received one to five years in prison with credit for time served and was assessed court costs and fees.

* Thomas Christopher Burke, Parkersburg, was sentenced Monday on charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and domestic battery. He received one to five years in prison with credit for time served on the possession charge and 12 months in jail with credit for time served on the domestic charge. The sentences will run concurrently and he was assessed court costs and fees.

Wood Magistrate

PARKERSBURG — Wood County Magistrate Court released the following reports Feb. 3:

* Scott Christopher Garber, 47, 1633 Hebron Road, St. Marys, was arraigned on a charge of obtaining money by false pretenses and released on a $5,000 surety bond.

* John Thomas Miles, 35, 68 Mound St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of possession of a controlled substance and bond was set at $15,000.

* Cody D. Holman, 31, 3435 Third Ave., Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of driving on a suspended license and defective headlight and released on a $500 personal recognizance bond.

* Kayla Ranee Ayers, 31, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and released on a $250 personal recognizance bond.

* Gary Allen Gibson, 64, 335 Varner Road, Walker, was arraigned on a charge of battery and released on a $2,500 surety bond.

* Billie Jo Dye, 40, 128 19th St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and released on a $500 personal recognizance bond.

* Brandon James Sampson, 34, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of domestic battery and bond was set at $500 surety.

* James Allen Cooper, 34, P.O. Box 332, Marietta, was arraigned on charges of fleeing in a vehicle and obstructing and released on a $2,000 surety bond.

* Austin Russell Ash, 24, Belpre, was arraigned on charges of domestic battery, disorderly conduct and public intoxication and released on a $1,500 surety bond.

* Kenneth Michaell Golding, 40, 2520 Meadowview Drive, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of destruction of property and released on a $500 personal recognizance bond.

* Brittany Marie Ayers, 28, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of domestic assault and released on a $250 personal recognizance bond.

* Justin Tyler Butler, 25, Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of domestic assault and false report of an emergency and released on a $1,000 surety bond.

* James Paul Rush, 36, Mineral Wells, was arraigned on two counts of second-offense domestic battery and released on a $3,000 surety bond.

* Matthew Edward Depew, 29, 215 N. Blackwood Drive, Zanesville, was arraigned on a charge of possession of counterfeit currency with intent to utter and released on a $10,000 surety bond.

* Sherridan Hailee Mezick, 19, 1016 16th St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of disorderly conduct and released on a $200 personal recognizance bond.

* Cynthia Kay Myers, 45, 1415 Lancaster St., Apt. 4C, Marietta, was arraigned on a charge of third-offense driving on a license suspended for miscellaneous and released on a $1,000 surety bond.

* Morgan Carol Lefay, 42, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of violation of a domestic violence protective order and released on a $1,000 surety bond.

* Steven Harold Wells, 38, P.O. Box 146 Palestine, was arraigned on a charge of unsecure load and released on a $200 personal recognizance bond.

* Grandon A. Bennett, 34, Walker, was arraigned on two counts of violation of a domestic violence protection order and was released on $1,000 bond.

* Melva L. Turner, 75, 106 Hickory St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a driving under suspension charge and released on $100 bond.

* Autumn Faye Moss, 26, 6218 North Pleasant Highway, St. Marys, pleaded guilty to driving under suspension and was assessed $270.25 in fines and court costs.

* Kortney K. Wallace-Martin, 23, 27780 Huckleberry Road, Coolville, pleaded guilty to driving under suspension and defective equipment and was assessed $450.50 in fines and court costs.

* Edward Leon Davis, 35, 2511 Division Street Ext., Parkersburg, waived a preliminary hearing on charges of possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver and prohibited person in possession of a firearm and the cases were bound over to Wood County Circuit Court.

* Robert Matthew Stemple, 46, 1802 Erie St., Parkersburg, waived a preliminary hearing on a breaking and entering charge and the case was bound over to circuit court.

* Corey Levi Morrison, 22, no address, waived a preliminary hearing on a charge of burglary and the case was bound over to circuit court.

* Nathan Perry Simmons, 45, 3030 Lost Pavement Road, Parkersburg, waived a preliminary hearing on two counts of third-offense shoplifting and the cases were bound over to circuit court.

* Falecia Dawn Paulk, 33, 4102 16th Ave., Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of obstructing and possession of a controlled substance and was released on $2,000 bond.

* Adam Joseph Trus, 42, 1408 Liberty St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of third-offense driving under suspension, failure to maintain control, no insurance and left of center and was released on $4,000 bond.

* Michael Dwayne Huffman, 42, Mineral Wells, was arraigned on a domestic battery charge and released on $2,000 bond.

* Justin Daniel Deems, 39, 725 Seventh St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to trespassing and was assessed $190.25 in fines and court costs.

* Brittany Jo Ferrell, 34, 902 13th St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to fishing without a license and camping in a restricted area and was assessed $380.50 in fines and court costs.

Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG — Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on Feb. 3 from incidents Jan. 30-Feb.2:

The department answered 244 calls: (24) Traffic Stops (4) Mental Hygiene Orders (9) Intrusion Alarms (8) Domestic Complaints and Domestic Order Services (12) Motor Vehicle Accidents (6) Warrant Services (7) Area Checks (30) Speak with Complainant by Phone/in Person (5) Suspicious vehicles/Persons.

* On Jan. 30, Eric Allen Greynolds, 35, of 29th Street turned himself in on two warrants for shoplifting and possession of a controlled substance. He was released on a PR bond.

* On Jan. 30, a deputy responded to E. Maple Drive for a structure fire. The Eastwood Volunteer Fire Department was on scene and a small amount of smoke was coming from the interior of the residence. It appeared that a small fire smoldered on the kitchen stove. All residents were outside of the home and the deputy was not needed.

* On Jan. 30, Janessa Nicole Woods, 37, Cherrytree Pa., was arrested on a warrant for grand larceny auto.

* On Jan. 30, deputies responded to Fall Run Road for a domestic dispute. While en route deputies were advised that the problem party had left in a vehicle.

* On Jan. 31, deputies responded to Gihon Road at South Street for a domestic in progress. Upon speaking with the complainant she advised the female had struck the male in the face causing a laceration. Nora Mae Cline, 45, of Gihon Road was arrested on charges of domestic battery.

* On Jan. 31,, deputies spoke with the complainant about his vehicle being taken from the parking lot of the Comfort Suites in Mineral Wells. The complainant advised that the keys were in the unlocked vehicle in the parking lot when it was taken.

* On Feb. 1, a deputy responded to Kohl’s Department Store for a shoplifting. The Loss Prevention Officer reported she caught a man shoplifting and recovered the items, had obtained some information and he had left the store.

* On Feb. 1, Gerson Martinez Cordero, 35, Martinsburg, was issued a citation for no operator’s.

* On Feb. 1, Janet Fleenor, 46, Berry Run Road, was issued a citation for failure to obey a traffic signal (red light).

* On Feb. 2, deputies responded to Post Mill Way for a domestic situation. Justin Tyler Butler, 25, 11th Avenue, was arrested on charges of domestic assault and falsely reporting an emergency incident.

* On Feb. 2, deputies responded to Voshels Storage on Williams Highway for a storage unit being broken into and damaged.

* On Feb. 2, a deputy was advised by central dispatch that the Parkersburg Police Department had located a reported stolen vehicle on Camden Avenue after it had received a call of a suspicious vehicle. The vehicle was towed by the sheriff’s office.

Washington Sheriff

MARIETTA — Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on Feb. 4:

* On Jan. 29 Deputy Schwendeman and Deputy Peters responded to a report of a runaway juvenile. After approximately an hour of searching for the child, he/she was located. Once contact was made with the juvenile he/she then ran again from law enforcement. Charges of an unruly child, failure to comply and escape are being filed through Juvenile Court.

* On Jan. 30 Sgt. Parks met with Patrick Garrett, 10015 County Road 9, Reno, in reference to a theft at that location. This case remains under investigation.

* On Jan. 31 Deputy Brown responded to 22180 State Route 60, Waterford Township to meet with Adkins Timber Company personnel. It was reported that vehicles had been tampered with at that location. This case remains under investigation.

* On Feb. 1 Lt. Hornbeck responded to Scotts Ridge Road, Whipple, to a report of medical attention needed for a subject due to an overdose. While on scene conducting the investigation, contact was made with Jason Lee Myers. Myers was a passenger in the vehicle the overdose subject arrived in at the location. The vehicle was searched and multiple drug paraphernalia items were located in a duffle bag belonging to Jason Lee Myers. Myers was asked if he had any drugs on him and he advised he did. Myers admitted the two syringes located in his pants pocket were used for injecting methamphetamine. Myers, with a last known address of 105 Gilman Ave., Marietta, was transported to the Washington County Jail on a charge of possession of drug abuse instruments.

* On Feb. 2 Deputy Brown responded to 1072 Leith Run Road, New Matamoras, to a trespassing complaint. Jestin Davis located tracks and markings on his property. The subject on the property was found to be Myron Schwaben, who has been told to stay off the property in the past. Brown responded to Schwaben’s address, observing items matching the description of equipment identified earlier as being used by Schwaben. A summons is being requested for Schwaben, 42, 1255 Leith Run Road, New Matamoras, on a charge of criminal trespassing.

* On Feb. 2 Deputy Young was dispatched to 1595 Mount Tom Road, Marietta, to a report of subjects being asked to leave a residence, who had been staying there for a few days. The homeowner had learned that there was an active warrant for the arrest of Raymond Goodwin, and they wanted him and Lakyn Hunter to leave. The homeowner returned home this date and found Hunter and Goodwin, along with her laptop, television, cash and PlayStation 4 gone. Deputy Young attempted to make contact with Hunter at a different location. Hunter advised she had not had contact with Goodwin in several weeks, and he was not staying at the Mount Tom Road residence with her.

Hunter allegedly continued to mislead Deputy Young and eventually advised that the items were taken by Goodwin. Lakyn Nikole Hunter, 19, 102 Longacre Street, Apt. B, Marietta, was placed under arrest on a charge of obstructing official business and transported to the Washington County Jail. Young learned that Raymond Goodwin and his brother, Tyler Goodwin, allegedly stole the property, and knew where it was located. After attempting contact with the residents at Knox Street, it was determined that a warrant would be requested for Tyler Edward Goodwin, 22, 108 Knox Street, Marietta, and Raymond Floyd Goodwin, 26, last known address of 26935 State Route 7, Apt. 2B, Marietta, for receiving stolen property. After obtaining a search warrant for the residence, deputies located the stolen property. A warrant for the Goodwins was requested, received and processed at the Sheriff’s Office.

* On Feb. 2, while patrolling SR 550, Deputy Painter observed a vehicle driving east on SR 550 with a vehicle defect. A traffic stop was conducted and Deputy Painter met with the driver of the vehicle, a juvenile, and occupant. While speaking with the occupants, the odor of raw marijuana was detected. Tyler Prunty, an occupant, advised that he had just smoked marijuana earlier and that he had some remaining on his person. A citation for possession of marijuana was issued to Tyler Vex Prunty, 19, 3655 State Route 676, Stockport.

The following subjects were processed into the Washington County Jail Feb. 3-4:

* Nathaniel Blayn Becker, 40, 312 Lawton Road, Marietta, failure to comply and aggravated menacing, both felonies, and inducing panic, a misdemeanor.

* Brittany Leigh Anne McIntyre, 26, 223 Broughton Avenue, Marietta, probation violation, a felony

* Nathan Scott Tewkesbury, 35, 521 Barclay Street, Apt. 15, Belpre, criminal trespass, assault and contempt of court, all misdemeanors.

* Jesse Ryan Shafer, 34, 226 Broughton Avenue, Marietta, receiving stolen property, a misdemeanor.

* Scott Coleman Roger, 27, Columbus, possession of drugs, a felony.

* David Wayne Zitcovich, 71, 660 Glenrock, Bethel Park, Pa., a fugitive from justice, a misdemeanor.

Parkersburg Police

PARKERSBURG  — The Parkersburg Police Department released the following reports on Feb. 4:

* Falucia Paulk of Parkersburg was arrested on Feb. 3 for obstructing and possession of a controlled substance.

* Jennifer Smith, 42, of Parkersburg was arrested on Feb. 3 for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and battery of an officer.

* On Feb. 3, officers responded to Sheetz on Seventh Street for a shoplifting.

* On Feb. 3, officers responded to Speedway on Murdoch Avenue for a shoplifting.

* On Feb. 3, officers responded to 31st Street for a larceny.

* On Feb. 3, officers responded to 13th Street for a burglary.

* On Feb. 4, officers responded to two motor vehicle accidents.

Williamstown Police

WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williamstown Police Department released the following reports Feb. 4:

Jan. 31

* Scott Gough, 31, Washington, W.Va., was cited for no operators license and expired registration on Highland Avenue.

Feb. 1

* Cynthia Kay Myers, 45, Marietta, was arrested for third-offense driving on a suspended license on Water Street. Myers was placed in the Department of Corrections and later arraigned at Wood County Magistrate Court and released after posting $1,000 bond.

* James Allen Cooper, 34, Marietta, was arrested on charges of fleeing from an officer and obstructing an officer on Bukey Avenue. Cooper was placed in the Department of Corrections and later arraigned at Wood County Magistrate Court where he was released after posting $2,000 bond.

Feb. 2

* Ryley Warner, 18, Marietta, was cited for speed 58/45 on West Third Street.

* A 17-year-old Williamstown male was cited for a stop sign violation on Dodge Avenue.

* Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 600 block of McKenna Drive. Parties were separated and domestic violence assistance information was provided.

Civil Suits

PARKERSBURG — The following civil cases were filed between Jan. 6-24 in the office of the Wood County Circuit Clerk:

* Matthew R. Bosley v. Freedom Mortgage Corp.

* Jay Hannah v. United Parcel Service Inc.

* Matthew R. Bosley v. Freedom Mortgage Corp.

* Jay Hannah v. United Parcel Services Inc.

* Stephen Upton v. Highmark West Virginia Inc.

* Discover Bank v. Anhtai N. Dao

* Stacey Saling and Daniel Saling v. Rebecca Casto

* ABC Supply Co. Inc. v. Mark Blouir, individually, trading as and doing business as Preferred Construction

* Kathie Jones v. Greenwich Investors Cedar Grove Operator LLC, Greenwich Investors Cedar Grove Owner LLC and Kevin Stephens

* Euler Hermes North America Insurance Co., assignee of Muscle Foods US v. Nutrition Pit Supplement Store LLC and Lisa Corbitt as personal guarantor

* Wayne White (lieutenant), individually, v. The City of Parkersburg

* Estate of Gladyss Virginia Parker, by its administrator, Jerrod Parker, v. Mark E. Parker

* Sharon A. Davis v. Western Reserve Group

* Michael Uhl v. Hino Motors Manufacturing U.S. and Katie Talkington

* Christopher Ward v. IVS Hydro Inc, and XYZ Company, an as of yet unknown and possible subsidiary of IVS Hydro Inc.