On the Record
PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Magistrate Court released the following reports Feb. 16:
* Robert Curtis Langdon, 47, 66 Dempsey Ave., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver and bond was set at $100,000 surety.
* Timothy Curtis Nay, 51, 9105 State Route 550, Vincent, was arraigned on a charge of a prohibited person with a firearm and was released on a $5,000 surety bond.
* Cynthia Kay Damron, 38, 203 West Penn Ave., Pennsboro, was arraigned on a charge of possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver and was released on a $100,000 surety bond.
* Dustin Michael Halko, 39, 708 13th St., Parkersburg, was arranged on a burglary charge and bond was set at $10,000 surety. A charge of violation of a protective order was dismissed.
* Krystal L. Cook, 30, 119 Willowbrook Drive Apt. 2, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a shoplifting charge and was released on a $1,000 personal recognizance bond.
* Richard R. Harlow, 34, 324 Sharon St., Mineral Wells, was arraigned on charges of driving with a suspended license and possession of a controlled substance and was released on a $3,000 personal recognizance bond.
* Kevin Matthew Dowler, 32, 807 Myrtle St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on charges of two counts of possession of a controlled substance and inspection violation and was released on a $1,100 personal recognizance bond.
* Dalton Levi Griffin, 20, 854 Owl Hill Road, Elizabeth, was arraigned on an aggravated driving under the influence charge and was released on a $3,000 bond.
* Probable cause was found for Dennis Odell Schott, 63, 1106 18th St., Vienna, for a wanton endangerment involving a firearm charge and he was bound over to Circuit Court.
* Probable cause was found for Brandon Xavier Boyd, 34, 3 Planters Road, Winfield, on a malicious assault charge and he was bound over to Circuit Court.
* Charges of burglary and grand larceny were dismissed for Nevin Clark, 33, 213 Elm St., Marietta. The victims failed to appear.
* A preliminary hearing was waived for Melvin Lee Romeo, 43, 801 Pike St., Parkersburg, for charges of two counts of forging, uttering or attempting to employ as true, forgery of public record, obtaining money, property and services by false pretenses, conspiracy, forgery and two counts of fraudulent schemes.
* Kevin Lee Catlin, 48, 178 N Highway 22 A Apt. 4, Panama City, Fla., pleaded guilty to unauthorized acts with regard to wildlife without a license or permit and was assessed $190.25 in court costs and fines.
* Daniel Lee Frame, 38, Parkersburg, was arraigned on a domestic battery charge and was released on a $3,000 personal recognizance bond.
* Allen James Hayes, 21, 157 Dickens Drive Suite 3, Mineral Wells, was arraigned on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, and was released on a $1,000 personal recognizance bond.
* Kayla Danette Scadden, 30, 16 E Lubeck Hills Drive, Washington, W.Va., was arraigned on two counts of possession of a controlled substance and was released on a $2,000 personal recognizance bond.
* Matthew R. Foraker, 37, 1003 Campus Drive, Belpre, was arraigned on two counts of shoplifting and bond was set at $10,000 surety.
* Eric M. Yeater, 34, Vienna, was arraigned on charges of domestic assault, obstructing and shoplifting and was released on a $25,000 surety bond.
* Nathan Christopher Shelton, 38, 504 25th St., Vienna, was arraigned on charges of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver and a prohibited person with a firearm and bond was set at $150,000 surety.
PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on Feb. 16:
* Deputies responded to Ridegway Avenue for a domestic dispute in progress. Deputies had responded to this residence earlier for the same incident. The male was advised on a domestic violence protective order and the female advised she was leaving for the evening.
* Deputies responded to Logan Lane for a domestic disturbance in the camper. The female stated the male choked her and took off walking. The area was checked, however the male was unable to be located. A warrant will be issued.
* A deputy responded to Bull Run Road and Emerson Avenue for a single-vehicle crash. The vehicle was observed in the mud and thick brush on the east side of Emerson Avenue. The driver stated she was traveling north on Emerson when she lost control on the ice and slid into the brush. No injuries were reported and several passersby used a 4WD truck and chains and removed the vehicle, which appeared to have no damage.
* A deputy responded to Elizabeth Pike and Butcher Bend Road for a vehicle on its side. The vehicle was in a ditch and the female had walked home a few hundred feet away. The driver stated she was turning on Butcher Bend when she slid into the ditch and already called for a wrecker. No injuries were reported and the vehicle was observed to have minor front bumper damage.
* A deputy responded to I-77 northbound for a vehicle accident. The driver lost control and began to skid, the vehicle left the road across both lanes and struck the concrete median barrier. The vehicle sustained moderate damage to the front and passenger side causing the front right tire to rub the fender.
* A deputy spoke with a complainant about a larceny. The complainant reported she parked her vehicle in the gravel lot near Robert Byrd Highway and Murphytown Road between from Feb. 10 to Feb. 11 when someone removed a catalytic converter from the vehicle. She reported that there were impressions in the snow and black debris created by what she speculated to be from a cutting tool.
* A deputy responded to I-77 for a vehicle accident. The driver stated she had hit a slick spot on the road causing her to crash. The deputy observed damage to the exit sign and to the nearby guardrail. The vehicle was towed and no injuries were reported.
* A deputy spoke with the complainant who reported he left his vehicle unlocked on South Hazel Street overnight and upon re-entering observed his wallet had been taken from the center console.
* A deputy responded to Strimer Drive for a domestic situation in progress. The deputy was advised the male subject was attempting to break into the residence. The female was observed to have a bump on her forehead and redness above her eye.
* Deputies responded to Q-Express in Mineral Wells for a domestic in progress. The female stated her boyfriend became angry when she got a phone call and punched her in the face.
* A deputy spoke with the complainant who reported she is selling her home on Oakwood Drive and someone attempted to break in taking the door knob and the Supra key lock box.
* A deputy responded to Blue Front Hollow Road for a vehicle accident. The deputy observed a vehicle in the ditch with the driver still inside the vehicle. The vehicle had slid off the road due to ice. There were no injuries and a wrecker pulled the vehicle from the ditch.
* A deputy responded to Brown Avenue for a destruction of property. The complainant reported a mailbox had been struck and knocked to the ground with the post having been broken at ground level during the previous night. The mailbox had been struck by a vehicle as tracks in the snow were observed through the yard up to and past the broken mailbox.
* A deputy responded to Staunton Turnpike and Leachtown Lane for a vehicle accident with possible injuries. The deputy observed the truck to be crashed on the left side of the road in a ditch on its side. Dalton Levi Griffin, 20, of Owl Hill Road, was arrested on a charge of aggravated DUI.
* Philip G. Motley, 60, of Pickering Street, was issued a citation for driving on suspended/Revoked.
* A deputy responded to Williams Highway near Summit Road for a vehicle accident. The driver stated he was traveling south when he lost control of his vehicle, striking a utility pole causing the pole to break and the lines to come down. The vehicle was towed and the driver was given a ride to his place of employment.
* A deputy responded to Grandview Street for a vehicle crash. The driver stated she was driving up the hill when she lost control on ice and slid into the neighbor’s driveway, hitting his vehicle and carport. Due to the road conditions the vehicle was unable to be towed at that time and arrangements were made to have the vehicle towed when conditions improved.
* A deputy spoke with the complainant who advised someone cut the fence to his business, Federal Industrial Service, and gained entry onto the property. He responded to the alarm, however did not locate anyone in the area and nothing had been taken.
* Deputies responded to Maple Shades Court for a domestic dispute. Both the male and female stated it was verbal and nothing physical occurred. The male left for the evening.
* A deputy responded to Robert Byrd Highway near the 23.5 milemarker for a vehicle crash. The driver stated he was traveling west on Robert Byrd Highway when he struck ice, causing him to veer to the left side of the road striking a ditch. The deputy observed heavy front end damage and the vehicle was towed.
* The department from Feb. 10-15 answered 263 calls: 10 traffic stops; 30 complaints by phone and in person; 16 domestic calls and domestic protective orders served; 16 suspicious persons and vehicles; seven check area, subject, welfare; 11 disorderly subject, motorist; 34 accidents; seven larcenies; six mental hygiene order/pick up /transport; 10 intrusion alarms; seven animal complaints.