PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Jan. 7:
* From Jan. 4-6, the Wood County Sheriff’s Office answered 119 calls, including: four traffic stops; 24 complaints by phone and in person; four domestic calls and domestic protective orders served; eight suspicious persons and vehicles; 14 check area, subject, welfare; six disorderly subject, motorist; two accidents; three intrusion alarms; and seven mental hygiene orders
* On Jan. 4, a deputy responded to I-77 and Staunton Turnpike in reference to a two-vehicle accident. Only minor damage was observed and both drivers exchanged information.
* On Jan. 4, a deputy responded to Gihon Road in reference to a breaking and entering that had already occurred. The complainant reported that an unknown person had thrown an object at her vehicle breaking the driver side back window to her vehicle and removing a car charger and leaving the area. Investigation is ongoing at this time.
* On Jan. 4, Mykel Layton White, 22, of Hill Street, was arrested on an NCIC hit out of Washington County, Ohio, for Fugitive from Justice. He was processed and placed pending his extradition.
* On Jan. 5, a deputy spoke with a complainant from Pro Tech Auto Sales who advised that a white Buick Sedan had been taken from their lot on Jan. 4. The deputy had observed a similar vehicle parked at the Park and Ride off Core Road earlier in his shift however it had not been reported stolen at that time. The vehicle was located at the Park and Ride and the complainant retrieved the vehicle. At this time investigation is ongoing pending video from the business.
* On Jan. 5, a deputy spoke with the complainant in reference to a hit and run which occurred on I-77 just south of the Emerson Avenue exit. The complainant reported that a vehicle, which appeared to be a black BMW, attempted to pass her at a high rate of speed and steered into her striking the front driver side fender and the front driver side wheel causing minor damage.
* On Jan. 5, deputies responded to Dickens Drive in reference to a domestic dispute in progress. Nothing physical occurred and only a verbal argument and advised on a DVPO. A local check showed an active warrant for Jessica Nichole Martinelli, 33, of Dickens Drive, for destruction of property issued through the Parkersburg Police Department. She was transported to the Holding Center where she was placed pending her arraignment.
* On Jan. 5, deputies responded to the Red Roof Inn in reference to a disorderly female that was intoxicated. The female was advised to stay in her room until she became sober to leave and deputies attempted to leave the area at which time the female came back outside and fell. The female was transported to the Holding Center and then issued citations for public intoxication, disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer. She was then transported for medical evaluation.
* On Jan. 5, Keenan Spencer Slampak, 32 ,of 11th Street, was cited for driving on suspended.
* On Jan. 6, deputies responded to Dickens Drive in reference to a domestic dispute. Deputies made contact with the male and female at the residence with the female stating that the male was yelling at her, neither party wished to leave the residence. No crime committed.
* On Jan. 6, deputies responded to Dr. Judy Road in reference to a disorderly subject. No crime had been committed however deputies were advised of a warrant. Anthony Drake Flanagan, 36, of Dr. Judy Road, was arrested on an indictment for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. He was transported to the Wood County Holding Center where he was processed and placed.
* On Jan. 6, a deputy patrolling McDonough Wildlife Refuge Park observed a vehicle parked after hours. Upon contact with the male and female a local check showed an active warrant for the male. Dustin Wayne Parsons 27, of Ash Circle, was arrested on the warrant for unlawful taking of vehicle, driving on suspended/revoked, accidents involving damage to a vehicle and vehicle entering through highway or stop intersection issued through the Parkersburg Police Department. He was also an NCIC hit out of Ohio with in-state pick-up only. He was transported to the Wood County Holding Center where he was processed and placed pending his arraignment.