Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Department released the following reports on Jan.10:

Jan. 7

* A deputy responded to Walker Road for a vehicle accident. The driver stated he was an employee of Department of Highways and was treating the icy roads when his Mac dump truck slide off the roadway and over the hill, the Mac truck flipped onto its side coming to rest against numerous trees. The driver was transported for medical evaluation and the vehicle was towed.

* A deputy responded to U.S. 50 near Dallison Road for a vehicle in the median that had been called in by a tow company. The driver stated she went to pass a semi and hit a patch of ice and went into the median, she attempted to get the vehicle out and got stuck. No damage was observed on the vehicle and a tow company removed the vehicle.

* A deputy responded to Staunton Turnpike for a vehicle accident. The driver stated she slid on a patch of ice and slid into a ditch. The vehicle was towed and no injuries were reported.

* A deputy responded to Corbitt Hill Road in reference to a vehicle accident. The vehicle had went off the road and slid over the hill coming to a stop on the passenger side of the vehicle. The entire passenger side of the vehicle was damaged. No injuries reported.

Jan. 8

* Deputies responded to Mineral Manor Way for a domestic disturbance. The female stated that she did not want the male at the residence and they had been arguing. The male was given a ride to another residence by the deputy.

* A citation was issued to Brian Lewis Bias, 60, of Bird Street for charges of driving on suspended third-offense.

Jan. 9

* Deputies responded to Crown Manor Circle for an unwanted person. The female stated that she had allowed a male subject to stay at her residence for a few days and now wished for him to leave. The male subject was given a ride to the Latrobe Street Mission.

* Deputies responded to Broadway Avenue for a vehicle in the water. Upon arrival deputies located the vehicle partially submerged next to a boat ramp in the river. The driver had reported to Parkersburg Police Department he had wrecked his vehicle on Jan. 2 in the river, however they had not been able to locate the vehicle at that time. On Jan. 9 the vehicle was located and removed from the river by a tow company.

* The department from Jan. 7-9 answered 100 calls: eight traffic stops; eight complaints by phone and in person; five domestic calls and domestic protective orders served; 12 suspicious persons and vehicle; 10 traffic accidents; one mental hygiene order/pick up/transport; eight intrusion alarm; five disorderly subjects/vehicle; two check welfare/check subject; four assist motorist/assist agency/assist subject.


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