PARKERSBURG — The Wooden County Sheriff’s Workplace launched the next studies on April 2:
* Deputies responded to Publish Mill Manner in reference to a combat in progress. Dustin James Whystsell, 25, of Publish Mill Manner, was arrested on fees of home battery. He was processed and positioned on the Holding Heart pending arraignment.
* Jason Gregory, 41, turned himself in on a warrant for shoplifting. He was arraigned earlier than a Justice of the Peace and launched on bond.
* Jessica Daybreak Lamm, 33, of Powell Drive, was arrested on a warrant for petit larceny. She was processed on the Holding Heart, arraigned earlier than a Justice of the Peace and launched on a private recognizance bond.
* Christopher Adam Espy, 36, of Brandi Drive, was arrested on warrants for harassment and violation of a home violence protecting order. He was processed then arraigned earlier than a Justice of the Peace and issued a $2,000 surety bond. He was positioned again into the Holding Heart pending launch on bond.
* A deputy responded to Eighth Avenue for a car accident, the car was partially off the highway in a ditch subsequent to the doorway of A&R Transportation. William Leslie Toler, 54, of Judith Belcher Drive, Chapmanville, W.Va., was arrested on a cost of DUI.
* A deputy responded to Broadhead Lane for a breaking and getting into. The proprietor reported a number of models had been damaged into with injury to the locks on a number of the models. The proprietor was going to inform the renters to test their models to see if something was lacking.
* A deputy spoke with the complainant who reported somebody stole his motorbike. The complainant said he had pushed the motorbike to work and parked it within the car parking zone and had gone out of city for work for every week, upon returning the motorbike was gone. The motorbike is a 2020 pink and white Honda X-R 650 L.
* A deputy spoke with a complainant who reported her storage unit on Southern Freeway had been damaged into. The latch had been broken and upon checking inside nothing had been taken.
* Deputies responded to DuPont Highway for a housebreaking in progress. The complainant believed suspects have been nonetheless contained in the residence. Deputies checked the inside and exterior of the residence with nobody being situated. The deputy did observe compelled entry to 1 door inflicting the door casing to separate and the door to be partially opened. A number of gadgets had been taken and the on-call detective was notified.
* A deputy spoke with a complainant who reported his 2006 Ford F-350 Dually Choose Up was stolen from the car parking zone of the place he works. The complainant said he parked his truck and had gone out of city for work, his employer referred to as him stating that his truck had been taken and believed it had been taken together with one other worker’s motorbike which had been reported lacking earlier.
* A deputy spoke with a complainant who reported a catalytic converter had been reduce from the corporate van whereas it was parked at Briscoe Run Highway.
* A deputy spoke with a complainant who reported he had a inexperienced John Deere grader blade and a yellow Sidewinder brush hog taken from his farm on New England Ridge Highway.
* Deputies responded to Staunton Avenue for a warrant service. Michael Peter Abbott, 57, of Staunton Avenue, was arrested on the warrant for a cost of possession of meth. He was processed, arraigned and launched on a PR bond.
* Scott Frank Breiding, 27, of Solar Valley Highway, was arrested on a warrant for home battery issued by the West Virginia State Police. He was arraigned earlier than a Justice of the Peace and launched on a PR bond.
* A deputy responded to Household Courtroom on Market Avenue for a disorderly topic who had induced injury to a door. Apparently the feminine was in a listening to at which period she turned irate, stormed out of the courtroom and shoved the door open with such drive it induced the rubber door stopper to recess into the drywall inflicting injury. Makayla M. Cremeans, 21, of Maple Avenue, Marietta, was arrested on fees of destruction of property and willful disruption of governmental processes. She was taken to the Holding Heart for processing then arraigned earlier than a Justice of the Peace and launched on bond.
* The division answered 217 calls: 14 visitors stops; 46 complaints by telephone and in particular person; 5 home calls and home protecting orders served; six suspicious individuals and autos; 10 test space, topic, welfare; seven disorderly topic, motorist; 5 accidents; two larceny; three psychological hygiene order/choose up/transport; 13 intrusion alarms; and 5 warrant service.
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