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Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Dec. 1:

* From Nov. 27-30, the Wood County Sheriff’s Office answered 136 calls, including: 10 traffic stops; eight complaints by phone and in person; seven domestic calls and domestic protective orders served; six suspicious persons and vehicles; two check area, subject, welfare; six disorderly subject, motorist; 11 accidents; six intrusion alarms; and two mental hygiene orders.

* On Nov. 27, a deputy responded to U.S. 50 milemarker 1 in reference to a vehicle accident involving a deer. The driver was traveling eastbound when the deer ran in front of the vehicle, damage was observed to the front left of the bumper on the vehicle. No injuries were reported. A crash report was taken.

* On Nov. 27, a deputy responded to Lake Washington Road in reference to a vehicle accident involving a deer. The driver was traveling east on Lake Washington Road when a deer ran in front of the vehicle. The driver front airbag deployed and the vehicle sustained heavy front end damage causing it to be towed. No injuries reported and a crash report was taken.

* On Nov. 27, a deputy responded to Southern Highway/Woodridge Drive in reference to a larceny. The complainant reported that someone had stolen Christmas decorations he had put up to the entrance of Woodridge Drive. He stated that two Merry Christmas signs/decorations had been taken.

* On Nov. 27, deputies responded to Star Avenue in reference to a domestic in progress. Alan Dale Moody, 43, of Star Avenue, was arrested on a charge of domestic battery. He was processed and placed awaiting his arraignment.

* On Nov. 28, a deputy responded to Staunton Turnpike in reference to subjects being seen attempting to remove a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked along the side of the road. The deputy crawled underneath the vehicle and observed a saw blade laying on the ground and observed a cut mark to the exhaust pipe. A note was left for the owner of the vehicle to get in touch with the deputy.

* On Nov. 28, a deputy responded to Mulberry Lane in reference to two dogs killing goats. The complainant reported that two dogs entered his goat enclosure and killed about eight of his goats. The deputy observed the dogs and was able to grab one of them and called the number on the collar to speak with the owner, the complainant was able to lure the rest of his goats to a safe enclosure. The dog owners arrived and took possession of the dogs who had dug a hole under a fence and escaped. A citation was issued to George J. Jones, of State Street, for dog killing of livestock.

* On Nov. 28, a deputy responded to South Oak Street and Lake Washington Road in reference to a vandalism. The deputy observed two road signs having been spray painted. Department of Highways was advised.

* On Nov. 29, a citation was issued to Amy Victoria Dennis, 28. of Lees Hill Road, for driving on suspended/revoked and no proof of insurance.

* On Nov. 29, a citation was issued to Zoe Oceana Ward, 31, of 20th Street, for third-offense driving on suspended.

* On Nov. 29, a deputy responded to Staunton Turnpike in reference to a vehicle accident involving a deer. The driver reported that he was traveling south on Staunton Turnpike when the deer jumped out in front of his vehicle and they were unable to avoid the collision. The vehicle had front end damage however the driver stated he would drive it to Walker Road.

* On Nov. 29, Allen Dewitt Thomas, 32, of Orchard Street, Charleston, was arrested on a charge of DUI. He was processed and placed in the Holding Center pending an arraignment before a magistrate.

* On Nov. 30, a deputy responded to W.Va. 14 near the county line in reference to a vehicle accident. The vehicle was located over the embankment with the driver side facing towards the road. The driver stated he was heading south on W.Va. 14/Elizabeth Pike when he believed he ran through diesel fuel which caused him to go over the hill. No injuries were reported and the vehicle was towed.

* On Nov. 30, deputies responded to DuPont Road in reference to a burglary. The homeowner advised the sliding glass door had been forced open and she had observed through the window several items strewn around the house. The residence was cleared and the homeowner was compiling a list of items stolen and/or damaged.

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