PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports June 2:
* From May 28-31, the Wood County Sheriff’s Office answered 175 calls, including: 19 traffic stops; 24 -complaints by phone and in person; 12 domestic calls and domestic protective orders served; seven suspicious person(s) and vehicle; nine traffic accidents; one mental hygiene order/pick up/transport; six intrusion alarms; one warrant service; seven disorderly subject/vehicle; and three animal complaints.
* Deputies responded to Emerson Avenue in reference to a two-vehicle accident where one vehicle had rear ended the other vehicle. Both vehicles were towed and injuries were reported.
* Deputies responded to Pike Street in reference to a domestic in progress. Both the male and female stated the incident was verbal only with the male leaving the residence for the evening. Both were advised on a domestic violence protective order.
* Deputies responded to a single vehicle accident on I-77 at the 178.8 mm northbound. The vehicle had struck a guard rail with damage to the front end of the vehicle. The Department of Highways was notified of the damaged guard rail and the vehicle was towed.
* Michael Anthony Vanlue, 38, was arrested on two capias warrants for several charges. He was transported to the Holding Center where he was processed and placed.
* A deputy spoke with the complainant who lives on Sams Creek Road in reference to a stolen wallet.
* A deputy responded to Staunton Turnpike in reference to a larceny from a vehicle. The complainant, who is an employee of the business, stated that he had parked his personal vehicle on the lot while going to work and upon returning to his vehicle the door was ajar and someone had removed his firearm from the center console. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
* A deputy spoke with the complainant who reported that his grandmother’s Chrysler Town and Country Van had been taken from Hoagland Road. The vehicle has been entered NCIC as stolen and the investigation is ongoing.
* A deputy responded to Valley Mills Road in reference to a two-vehicle accident. No injuries were reported and both vehicles were driven from the scene.
* Jeffrey Alan Jones, 41, of Beaver Street, was arrested on a capias for making a false statement to an officer. Amy Victoria Dennis, 29, of Ash Street, was arrested on a capias for making a false statement to an officer. Both were transported to the Holding Center.
* Justin Thomas Freehill, 42, of Pike Street, was arrested for a domestic violence bond violation. He was confined to the Holding Center.
* Sandra Sue McKnight, 40, of Herndon Road, Covel, W.Va., was issued a citation for second-offense driving on suspended/revoked.
* Johnathan Matthew Stoops, 29, of Westview Way, was arrested on a warrant issued out of Roane County for charges of trespassing and obstructing. He was transported to the Holding Center where he was processed and placed pending his arraignment.
* Pamela Jeanine Gum, 63, of Emerick Lane, was arrested on two capias warrants, she was transported to the Holding Center where she was processed and placed pending her arraignment.
* A deputy responded to Captain Parker Trail and Emerson Avenue in reference to a vehicle accident. Joshua Richard Knopp, 31, of Cedar Grove Road, was arrested on two warrants for battery and obstructing an officer as well as current charges of driving suspended/revoked and no proof of insurance.
* Deputies responded to Snowflake Road in reference to a disorderly subject punching the complainant’s vehicle. Robert Matthew Morales, 28, of Snowflake Road, was arrested on a charge of obstructing.