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Parkersburg police

The Parkersburg Police Department released the following reports on May 18 and 19:

Craig Hardy, 32 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 15 for domestic battery and obstructing.

Michael Laurnoff, 56 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 16 for Public Intoxication and Disorderly Conduct.

Elizabeth Loscar, 37 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 16 for Domestic Battery.

Harold McGraw, 50 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 16 for Domestic Battery.

Joshua Allan, 27 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 16 on a capias.

Austin Smith, 25 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 16 on a capias.

Nicholas Ickes, 24 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 17 for possession with intent to deliver.

James Bruce, 35 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 17 for possession with intent to deliver.

Anthony Powell, 34 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 17 on a warrant.

Austin Adkins, 21 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 17 for possession with intent to deliver.

On May 15, officers conducted a traffic stop and cited David Mullins for driving suspended and no insurance.

On May 15, officers responded to Walmart and cited Steven Chancey for shoplifting.

On May 15, officers responded to Sheetz on Seventh Street for a shoplifting.

On May 15, officers spoke with complainant about a fraud.

On May 15, officers responded to Seventh Street for a larceny.

On May 16, officers responded to 31st and Emerson Avenue for a breaking and entering.

On May 16, officers responded to Walmart and cited Nickea Leadmon for shoplifting.

On May 16, officers responded to Park Center Drive for a grand larceny.

On May 17, officers responded to Dollar Tree on Seventh Street for a shoplifting.

On May 17, officers responded to Walmart and cited Meighan Davis for shoplifting.

On May 15-17, officers responded to seven motor vehicle accidents.

Chance Russell, 27 of Parkersburg was arrested on May 18 for third-offense driving revoked.

Caleb Smith, 21 of Williamstown was arrested on may 18 on a capias.

On May 18, officers responded to Clement Avenue for a breaking and entering.

On May 18, officers responded to Beverly Street for a larceny.

On May 18, officers responded to Superior Toyota on Seventh Street for a stolen dealer tag.

On May 18, officers responded to Fifth Street for a destruction of property.

On May 18, officers responded to Sonic on Camden Avenue for fraud.

On May 18, officers responded to Seventh Street for a breaking and entering.

On May 18, officers responded to three motor vehicle accidents.

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