PARKERSBURG — On July 26 the following reports were released by Wood County Magistrate Court:
* Lindsey Marie Carmichael, 38, Parkersburg, was arraigned in Wood County for Jackson County on a charge of assault and was released on a $1,000 surety bond.
* Tanner John Smith, 23, 901 Cisler Lane, Marietta, was arraigned on a fugitive from justice charge from Washington County, Ohio, and is being held without bond pending an extradition hearing in Wood County Circuit Court.
* Charlie Glen Hutson, 41, 3091 Progress Ridge Road, Walker, waived a preliminary hearing on a charge of breaking and entering and was bound over to circuit court.
* Todd D. Tanner, 40, 303 Tanner Lane, Walker, was arraigned on a charge of no insurance and no registration and was released on a $1,000 personal recognizance bond.
* Tyler Blake Temple, 29, Belpre, pleaded guilty to a domestic battery charge, was sentenced to 60 days in jail with credit for time served suspended for one year probation and assessed $235.25 in fines and court fees.
* Ronnie Lee Lockhart Jr., 24, 1701 Staunton Ave., Parkersburg, was arraigned on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, was sentenced to 90 days in jail suspended for one year unsupervised probation and was assessed $210.25 in fines and court fees.
* Amber Nicole Copley, 31, 407 Trexel Place, Cross Lanes, W.Va., waived a preliminary hearing on a charge of gross neglect of a child creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury and was bound over to circuit court.
* A charge of burglary by entering with or without breaking against Lindsey Sherman Tibbs III, 40, 30 Berkshire Court, Washington, W.Va., was dismissed without prejudice because the state has not been able to locate the alleged victim to serve with a subpoena.
* A charge of shoplifting against Kathleen Jo Alleman, 56, 1915 Grand Blvd., Monessen, Pa., was dismissed because the case is from 2004.
* A charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver against Allen Andre Workman, 26, 706 Lily Lane, Parkersburg, was dismissed without prejudice because the state has decided to pursue a direct indictment.
* A charge of battery against Corey Mark Porter, 32, Parkersburg, was dismissed without prejudice because the state has not been able to locate the alleged victim.