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Parkersburg Police

PARKERSBURG — The Parkersburg Police Department released the following reports:

* Between June 24-26, officers of the Parkersburg Police Department responded to 382 calls for service.

* Michael Holton, 32, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 24 for domestic battery and possession of a controlled substance.

* Allen Deem, 49, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 24 on a capias.

* James Hunt, 41, of Waverly, was arrested June 24 for fleeing from officer.

* Davante Singfield, 21 of Akron, was arrested June 24 for unlawful manufacture/delivery/transport into state of a controlled substance.

* Thomas Gandee, 46, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 24 for obstructing and disorderly conduct.

* Jason Ware, 38, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 25 for fleeing in vehicle.

* Alyssa Martin, 25, of Huntington, was arrested June 25 for domestic battery.

* Zavery McNeill, 22, of Point Pleasant, was arrested June 25 for domestic battery.

* Brandon McCartney, 26, of Colliers, W.Va., was arrested June 26 on a bench warrant.

* Kristina Boston, 41, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 26 for falsely reporting an emergency incident.

* Blaine E. Waybright, 48, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 26 for domestic assault.

* Shawn Lee Whittekind, 44, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 26 for domestic battery and possession of a controlled substance.

* Austin Cross, 28, of Marietta, was arrested June 26 for domestic assault.

* Edward D. Bailey, 37, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 26 for domestic battery.

* David Armstrong, 32, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 26 for possession of a controlled substance and obstructing.

* On June 24, officers responded to Blizzard Drive in reference to fraudulent checks.

* On June 24, officers responded to Staunton Avenue in reference to an auto larceny that just occurred.

* On June 24, officers responded to Dudley Avenue in reference to a larceny that just occurred.

* On June 25, officers responded to Latrobe Street in reference to an attempted break in.

* On June 25, officers responded to Broadway Avenue and cited David Blasingame and Zachary Cutlip for possession of a controlled substance.

* On June 25, officers responded to Piggly Wiggle in Gihon Village in reference to a stolen license plate.

* On June 25, officers responded to 15th Street in reference to a stolen vehicle.

* On June 25, officers responded to Walmart in reference to shoplifting that already occurred.

* On June 26, officers responded to Walmart and cited Joseph King and Jeffery Casto for Shoplifting.

* On June 26, officers responded to Walmart and cited Cortney Garrett for Shoplifting.

* On June 26, officers responded to Subway on Emerson Avenue in reference to a larceny that already occurred.

* On Jun 24-26, officers responded to 12 vehicle crashes.

* On June 27, officers of the Parkersburg Police Department responded to 135 calls for service.

* Caylin R. Greathouse, 24, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 27 for public intoxication, disorderly conduct, and assault of a police officer.

* Kassandra J. Ingram, 30, of Vienna, was arrested June 27 for public intoxication, battery, disorderly conduct, obstructing and failure to render fingerprints.

* Louis F. Allen, 51, of Parkersburg, was arrested June 27 on warrants for grand larceny, burglary, breaking and entering, and destruction of property.

* On June 27, officers responded to Spring Street in reference to a burglary.

* On June 27, officers responded to the intersection of 4th Avenue and Johnson Street in reference to a larceny that already occurred.

* On June 27, officers responded to Wharton Cadillac on 7th Street in reference to a destruction of property that already occurred.

* On June 27, officers responded to PPD Headquarters to speak with complainant in reference to a destruction of property.

* On June 27, officers responded to Jim’s Auto Sales on 30th Street in reference to a damaged air conditioning unit.

* On June 27, officers responded to Blizzard Drive in reference to a stolen vehicle.

* On June 27, officers responded to six vehicle crashes.

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