PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports March 29:
* From March 25-28, the Wood County Sheriff’s Office answered 174 calls, including: 14 traffic stops; 23 complaints by phone and in person; six domestic calls and domestic protective orders served; eight suspicious person(s) and vehicles; six check area, subject, welfare; 11 disorderly subject, motorist; six accidents; three larceny; four mental hygiene order/pick up /transport; seven intrusion alarms; and two warrant service.
* On March 25, a deputy responded to Robert Byrd Highway westbound in reference to a two vehicle accident. Both drivers declined medical attention, one vehicle was towed the other was driven from the scene. A crash report will be completed.
* On March 25, Kristi Michelle Ramsey, 34, of 16th Street, turned herself in on a capias for shoplifting. She was processed, arraigned and released on bond.
* On March 25, Redverse Johnson, 34, homeless, was arrested on a warrant issued through the Parkersburg Police Department on a charge of first-degree robbery including strangulation/suffocation/striking and beating. He was placed in the Holding Center pending his arraignment.
* On March 25, deputies responded to the Quality Inn located on Seventh Street in reference to a subject being disorderly. The male subject had attempted to climb over the counter of the business and attack an employee and in the process had destroyed the business phone. Worthy Owen Davis IV, 42, of 30th Street, was arrested on charges of assault, obstructing, destruction of property, larceny and disorderly conduct. He was taken to the Holding Center and placed pending his arraignment.
* On March 25, a deputy spoke with the complainant in reference to a catalytic converter taken from a van parked on the lot of Brown Asphalt on Staunton Turnpike. It is unknown when this larceny occurred and the estimated cost for repairs is $1,498.
* On March 26, a deputy spoke with the complainant who reported a breaking and entering into her residence at Mineral Park Lane. The complainant stated she was in the process of moving in and nothing had been taken. The deputy observed the storm door glass to be shattered and marks along the inside door jamb.
* On March 26, a deputy spoke with the complainant who reported that she had placed mail in her mailbox for pickup at which time someone had taken the mail out and altered the check. The complainant stated that the suspect had then cashed the check at United Bank. At this time the investigation is ongoing.
* On March 27, Trenton Allen Hudson, 19, of Lenore Street, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance. He was processed and placed in the Holding Center pending his arraignment.
* On March 27, a deputy observed a vehicle stationary in the southbound lane of the 12000 block of Emerson Avenue with the vehicle having significant front and passenger side damage. The driver stated he had dropped his right side wheel off the road surface and gotten pulled over the embankment. The road sign and mailboxes at Thornberry Drive were also damaged. The driver refused EMS and contacted a family member to pick him up. A citation was issued to William E. Gibbs, 59, of N. Front Avenue, Middleport, Ohio, for no proof of insurance.
* On March 28, Jennifer Ann Young, 44, of Kellar Lane, was arrested on a warrant for child neglect creating risk of bodily injury. She was placed at the Holding Center pending arraignment.
* On March 28, a deputy responded to Black Diamond Road in reference to a single vehicle accident. The driver stated that she had swerved to miss a deer and hit a tree, after striking the tree she attempted to back up striking another tree. The passenger was transported by EMS and the vehicle was towed.