On the Record
PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff Department released the following reports from Oct. 13-15
* Oct.13, a deputy spoke with the complainant in reference to a larceny. The complainant reported that she had a phone delivered to an address on Old U.S. 50. When she opened the box the phone was missing, she was unsure if the phone was taken out prior to delivering it to the house or when it was delivered and before she arrived to pick it up.
* Oct.13, a deputy spoke with the complainant who reported that a catalytic converter had been taken from a farm truck within the last three months. At this time there are no suspect(s).
* Oct.13, a deputy responded to the North End Storage Facility located at Old St. Mary’s Pike in reference to a breaking and entering into the storage units. The manager stated that between October 12 and this evening someone had cut the fence and damaged the lock mechanism on several storage units and had entered three of the units. The deputy will be following up with the renters of the units and having them compile a list of items taken. Investigation is ongoing.
* Oct.13, a deputy responded to Robinhood Road in reference to a dispute over property advising that some shoving and hitting had occurred. All parties involved refused to press charges on each other and all were advised on domestic violence protective orders and personal safety orders.
* Oct.13, a deputy spoke with the complainant who reported that his and several other mailboxes had been damaged, possibly by a baseball bat, and that someone had poured ketchup or hot sauce on the mailboxes. Another neighbor reported that he also had a hole in his window that looked like it was from a BB gun and that his mailbox had also been damaged.
* Oct.13, citations were issued to Amanda L. Phillips, 30, of Staunton Avenue, for possession of a controlled substance and driving on suspended/revoked.
* Oct.14, deputies responded to the Travel Lodge in reference to a male subject dragging a female near the dumpster area of the parking lot. The female stated she was being carried by the male and was laughing and was not being dragged. Cassandra Lynn Satterfield, 35, of Helen Avenue, was arrested on a charge of possession of a controlled substance (meth).
* Oct.14, deputies responded to Marrtown Road in reference to a domestic dispute. The domestic was verbal only where the male had punched a window. Advised on a DVPO and one of the male subjects left the residence.
* Oct.14, deputies responded to Powell Drive in reference to a domestic dispute. Both parties stated constant arguing but no physical altercation occurred. Both were advised.
* Oct.14, deputies responded to the Red Roof Inn in reference to a disorderly subject in the lobby. Said subject was intoxicated and cursing at the guests and employees. Stephen Jerome Anderson, 61, of 11th Avenue, was arrested on charges of obstructing and third-offense public intoxication.
* Oct.15, a deputy responded to Staunton Turnpike in reference to a breaking and entering that had already occurred. The complainant reported that three storage trailers had been tampered with, one of which was entered by force and a chainsaw had been taken. At this time investigation is ongoing and pending video footage.
* Oct.15, a deputy spoke with the complainant who reported that her storage unit had been broken into on Ross Road sometime within the last seven days. She had located the broken lock on the ground. Several items were taken and investigation is ongoing.
* Oct.15, Fili V. Agiga, 48, of Lemon Lane, turned himself in on a warrant for battery issued through the Parkersburg Police Department. He was arraigned before a magistrate where bond was set at $1,500 and he was released on bond.
* Oct.15, a deputy responded to Moore Avenue in reference to a vehicle crash. Apparently the driver stated he was turning around in the driveway and backed into another vehicle. Both drivers exchanged insurance information and no crash report was taken.
* Oct.15, deputies responded to Marrtown Road in reference to an unknown problem. The complainant reported that his front door had been opened when he heard a loud noise at which time the storm glass door began cracking, when deputies arrived the entire glass pane of the door had spider webbed and eventually had fell from the door frame. Prior to the glass completely falling from the frame deputies observed two holes in the glass, but did observe any foreign objects in or outside the residence that would have caused the glass breakage. The estimated value of the door was said to be around $300.
PARKERSBURG — The Parkersburg Police Department release the following reports on Oct. 15;
* On Oct. 14, officers responded to Walmart and cited Alania Rader for shoplifting.
* On Oct. 14, officers responded to Speedway on Emerson Avenue for a stolen cell phone.
* On Oct. 14, officers responded to Walmart and cited John M. Miller for shoplifting.
* On Oct. 14, officers responded to Walmart and cited Kelly Smith and Kristen Hinton for shoplifting.
* On Oct. 14 , officers responded to two motor vehicle accidents.
PARKERSBURG — The Parkersburg Police Department released the following reportson on Oct. 16:
* Jeremy Alger, 31 of Parkersburg was arrested on Oct. 15 on warrants.
* On Oct. 15, officers spoke with complainant about a breaking and entering of a vehicle.
* On Oct. 15, officers responded to 33rd Street for a vehicle entry.
* On Oct. 15, officers responded to Seventh Street for a stolen trailer.
* On Oct. 15, officers spoke with complainant for a stolen vehicle.
* On Oct. 15 , officers responded to three motor vehicle accidents.