PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on Feb. 19:
* Deputies responded to the Hot Spot on Elizabeth Pike for a vehicle accident where the vehicle had struck a pole outside the building and then struck the building. The wall of the building had a crack and the vehicle could not be driven.
* A deputy responded to the area of Hoagland Run Road and Emerson Avenue for a vehicle accident. The hill just before Hoagland Run Road was covered in ice and Driver 1 stated he was traveling south on Emerson Avenue when vehicle 2 lost control and went sideways causing vehicle 1 to strike vehicle 2 and causing vehicle 2 to exit the roadway. Both drivers denied medical attention and both vehicles were towed.
* A deputy responded to Cummins Street for a Larceny. The complainant reported a bag of work tools was missing from his vehicle and the vehicle may have been unlocked. No damage was done to the vehicle and most of the items taken were hand tools.
* Deputies responded to Dickens Drive for a domestic disturbance. The female said she had been physically attacked by her uncle. Michael David Hornbeck, 54, of Dickens Drive was arrested on charges of domestic battery. He was taken to the Wood County Holding Center where he was processed and placed pending arraignment.
* Deputies responded to a single-vehicle crash in the area of Rising Sun Ridge Road and observed the vehicle over the embankment across from 648 Rising Sun Ridge Road. The vehicle was unoccupied with disabling front end damage. The mailbox also was damaged. The driver called into central dispatch and provided his information for the crash and stated he was uninjured and called for someone to get him.
* Deputies responded to the Travel Lodge on East Seventh Street for a warrant service. Bernard Clyde Lemley Jr, 38, Jericho Road, Walker, was arrested on charges of fugitive from justice from Washington County.
* James William Radabaugh, 35, of Sherwood Forest Drive was arrested on charges of fugitive from justice from Washington County.
* Deputies responded to Mound Street for a verbal domestic situation. Nothing physical occurred and the female stated she had a ride coming and was leaving for the night.
* A deputy responded to Staunton Turnpike for a single-vehicle accident. The driver stated another vehicle passed him and was blinded by the headlights and was unsure of what he had struck until he observed the deer in the roadway. A crash report was taken and the vehicle was towed.
* A deputy responded to U.S. 50 at mile marker 1.5 for a vehicle accident. The driver stated she attempted to change lanes and lost control of her vehicle on the snow-covered road. The vehicle sustained moderate front end damage and was towed from the scene. No injuries were reported.
* A deputy responded to Robert Byrd Highway west at the Marrtown Road exit for a single-vehicle accident. The vehicle had struck the concrete median divider causing damage to the front of the vehicle. The driver stated the road was icy causing him to lose control. The vehicle was towed and the driver was given a ride to his residence by the deputy.
* Dustin Dewain Wade, 34, of Montgomery Hill was arrested on charges of fugitive from justice on charges of assault and aggravated menacing from Washington County. He was arraigned before a magistrate and issued a no bond hold order and authorities were contacted about extradition.
* Heavenly Isaiah Rose Chase, 22, of Fleming Avenue, Ravenswood, turned herself in on a capias for domestic battery from Kanawha County. She posted a $1,500 surety bond and was released.
* Deputies responded to Ohio River Outdoors on Emerson Avenue for a shoplifting in progress. The subjects had been shoplifting and observed they were being watched and put the items back. Shawn Douglas Bowman, 30 of Franklin Street, Marietta, was arrested on charges of possession with intent (methamphetamine) and possession of fentanyl.
* A deputy responded to the area of Winding Road and Laurel Creek Road for a single-vehicle accident. The driver stated a deer ran across the road in front of her vehicle. She swerved to avoid hitting the deer and lost control and slid off the road into the creek. The vehicle had front-end and undercarriage damage. No injuries were reported and the vehicle was towed.
* From Feb. 16-18, office answered 101 calls: 4 traffic stops; 8 complaints by phone and in person; 5 domestic calls and domestic protective orders served; 3 suspicious person(s and vehicles; 2 check area, subject, welfare; 5 disorderly subject, motorist; 14 accidents; 2 larceny; 6 mental hygiene order/pick up /transport; 5 intrusion alarms; 3 warrant service.