PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on April 22:
* Deputies responded to the Comfort Suites for an unwanted subject. The hotel staff said the subject would not leave the premises and had slept in his vehicle overnight in the parking lot. Upon contact with the male he stated he was waiting on a friend to help him move the rest of his belongings. Tony Ray Campbell, 44, of Affirmed Drive, Evans, was arrested on a charge of possession with intent/ delivery of a controlled substance.
* Alexis Nicole Edwards, 27, of 21st Street, Vienna, was arrested on a warrant for identity theft. She was transported to the Holding Center where she was processed then arraigned before a magistrate and released on bond.
* A deputy spoke with the complainant who reported his vehicle had broken down and had to leave it on the interstate over the weekend, during this time someone had broken out the window, removed paperwork and had taken tools from the bed of the truck. He estimated the cost of the stolen items to be $300.
* Amy Antoinette Chipps, 36, of Grand Avenue, was arrested on charges of possession of meth and traffic violations (left of center and no proof of insurance).
* A deputy spoke with the complainant for a burglary on Harris Highway. The complainant stated several items had been taken from the residence.
* A deputy responded to Evergreen Cemetery for a suspicious Jeep at the top of the hill. A local check of the subjects showed a warrant for the female. Amy Victoria Dennis, 29, of Ash Street, Williamstown, was arrested on the warrant for driving on suspended/revoked and no insurance.
* A deputy responded to mile marker 3 on Robert Byrd Highway for a single-vehicle accident. The driver stated he was traveling east on U.S. 50 on his way to work and lost control of the vehicle due to the wet conditions. The vehicle was towed, no injuries were reported.
* Deputies responded to W.Va. 47 and I-77 for a hit and run. The vehicle sustained heavy front passenger side damage and was towed, the area was checked and though the suspect vehicle was not located the deputies are following leads.