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Glenville Elementary School Evacuates Due to Natural Gas Smell

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All Students, teachers, and staff were force to evacuate the school building on Tuesday afternoon about 2:40 PM due to strong natural gas smell.

Students were evacuated to school buses and sent home.

When the situation was investigated by the gas company, it was discovered that a natural gas line behind the school was left open on purpose.

Unfortunately the company had failed to notify and warn the school before their action.

All students and staff were safe.

Gilmer County first responders were on the scene.

Capital High Principal Charged with Misdemeanor

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The principal at Capital High School has been charged with a misdemeanor crime in connection with an alleged sexual assault at the Charleston school last week.

Principal Clinton Giles allegedly failed to immediately report the alleged crime as is required under state law.

Giles has been named in an information.

Police began investigating the alleged assault last week.

They charged a 17-year-old boy with second degree sexual assault.

The victim was a 15-year-old girl.

The alleged crime happened underneath a stairwell at the school.

Giles previously said he was told by a school counselor about the incident at the end of the day on Monday, January 26, 2015.

It was reported the next day.

The information alleges Giles told assistant principals at the school to hold off reporting the allegation until a surveillance video was viewed the next day.

The information also alleges Giles had contact with school resource officer Robert Brown on the day of the alleged assault but failed to tell him about it.

The next day, according to the information, Giles was told by an assistant principal surveillance video had captured a struggle between the two students.

Giles allegedly told the vice principal not to tell Officer Brown but to wait until Giles himself contacted the county board of education office for additional instructions on how to proceed.

The information also alleges Giles knew of another alleged assault the boy was involved in last year at the school.

Prosecutor Miller scheduled a news conference for Tuesday afternoon to discuss “developments” in the case.

How An Idaho Toddler Shot His Mom at Walmart

Veronica Rutledge and her husband loved everything about guns. They practiced at shooting ranges. They hunted. And both of them, relatives and friends say, had permits to carry concealed firearms. Veronica typically left her Blackfoot, Idaho, home with her gun nestled at her side. So on Christmas morning last week, her husband gave her a present he hoped would make her life more comfortable: a purse with a special pocket for a concealed weapon.

The day after Christmas, she took her new gift with her on a trip with her husband and her 2-year-old son. They headed hundreds of miles north to the end of a country road where Terry Rutledge, her husband’s father, lived. The father-in-law learned of the new purse.

“It was designed for that purpose — to carry a concealed firearm,” Rutledge told The Washington Post late Tuesday night. “And you had to unzip a compartment to find the handgun.

On Tuesday morning, that was exactly what Veronica Rutledge’s son did — with the most tragic of outcomes. Veronica, age 29, arrived at a nearby Walmart in Hayden with her three nieces and son, her gun “zippered closed” inside her new purse, her father-in-law said. Then, in the back of the store, near the electronics section, the purse was left unattended for a moment.

“An inquisitive 2-year-old boy reached into the purse, unzipped the compartment, found the gun and shot his mother in the head,” Rutledge said. “It’s a terrible, terrible incident.”

The aftermath has been crushing, he said. His son went to the Walmart to collect his nieces and son, and no one now is sure what to say to the boy, who is not doing well.

“My son is terrible,” Rutledge said. “He has a 2-year-old boy right now who doesn’t know where his mom is and he’ll have to explain why his mom isn’t coming home. And then, later on his life, as he questions it more, he’ll again have to explain what happened, so we’ll have to relive this several times over.”

Rutledge isn’t just sad — he’s angry. Not at his grandson. Nor at his dead daughter-in-law, “who didn’t have a malicious fiber in her body,” he said. He’s angry at the observers already using the accident as an excuse to grandstand on gun rights.

“They are painting Veronica as irresponsible, and that is not the case,” he said. “… I brought my son up around guns, and he has extensive experience shooting it. And Veronica had had hand gun classes; they’re both licensed to carry, and this wasn’t just some purse she had thrown her gun into.”

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The path Veronica Rutledge charted before her death, friends and family say, was one of academics and small-town, country living. “Hunting, being outdoors and being with her son” was what made her happiest, her friend Rhonda Ellis told The Post. She was raised in northeast Idaho and always excelled at school, former high school classmate Kathleen Phelps said, recalling her as “extremely smart. … valedictorian of our class, very motivated and the smartest person I know. … Getting good grades was always very important to her.”

She went on to graduate in 2010 from the University of Idaho with a chemistry degree, according to a commencement program. From there, she got a job at Battelle’s Idaho National Laboratory and published several articles, one of which analyzed a method to absorb toxic waste discharged by burning nuclear fuel.

While away from the lab, she and her husband, whom she married in 2009, spent time shooting guns. “She was just as comfortable at a camp ground or a gun range as she was in a classroom,” close friend Sheri Sandow said in an interview. On Facebook, she showed an interest in the outdoors and the National Rifle Association, and followed Guns.com, a publication that reports on gun life.

“They carried one every day of their lives, and they shot extensively,” Rutledge said. “They loved it. Odd as it may sound, we are gun people.”

A lot of people in Idaho are. Earlier this year, the state legislature passed a bill that allows people to carry concealed guns onto state university campuses. And more than 85,000 people — 7% of the population — are licensed to carry concealed weapons, according to the Crime Prevention Research Center.

So many locals didn’t discern anything odd with 29-year-old woman carrying a loaded gun into a Walmart during the holiday season. Stu Miller, a spokesman for the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office, told the New York Times that it didn’t strike him as anything out of the ordinary. “It’s pretty common around here,” he said. “A lot of people carry loaded guns.”

Sandow told The Post she often sees people with a gun cradled at their side. “In Idaho, we don’t have to worry about a lot of crime and things like that,” she said. “And to see someone with a gun isn’t bizarre. [Veronica] wasn’t carrying a gun because she felt unsafe. She was carrying a gun because she was raised around guns. This was just a horrible accident.”

~~  Terrence McCoy’  ~~

Braxton County Arm Robbery Suspect on the Loose

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On Saturday, December 20, 2014, there was an armed robbery at BP Station in Flatwoods, WV.

The suspect is described as white man about 6’1, wearing a dark, hooded jacket, blue jeans, boots, a white mask and light-colored gloves.

He Used a gun demanding cash from employees.

Please call Sutton Detachment of West Virginia State Police Detachment at 304.765.2101 if you have any information.

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Three-Car Accident on I-79 Near Exit 99

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A three-car accident this morning in Lewis County resulted in multiple people being transported to the hospital.

Authorities with the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department said an Allied Waste Services truck was driving with it’s hazard lights when a Honda Accord crashed into the back of the truck near the 99 mile marker on I-79 near Weston.

A van then entered onto I-79 and, unable to see the Honda, rear ended the vehicle.

Two were transported to Ruby Memorial Hospital while one was sent to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital.

The condition of the victims is unknown at this time.

The investigation into the accident is ongoing.

WV State Police Searching for “Person of Interest” in Case of Woman Found Dead in Braxton County

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The West Virginia State Police is searching for a person of interest in the case of a missing woman found dead in Braxton County.

Jeremy A. Wolfe, age 29, from Spruce Run Road in Glenville, WV is believed to have information regarding the disappearance and death of Crystal Dean, age 36, of Orlando, WV.

Dean was reported missing by her family Monday afternoon and investigators determined she was last seen at Bones Bar, in Burnsville around 1:30 AM Saturday.

At 4:06 PM Monday, a citizen informed troopers of a body found in a stream in a wooded area of the Oil Creek area of Braxton County.

The deceased individual was confirmed to be Dean and her body was sent to the West Virginia State Medical Examiner’s Office to determine a cause of death.

Anyone with information concerning Wolfe is encouraged to contact their local detachment of the State Police.

Sutton: 304.765.2101,  Glenville: 304.462.7101

Death of Calhoun County Woman Who Died Last Week Being Investigated

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West Virginia State Police are investigating the death of a Calhoun County woman who died last week after being found unresponsive in her Grantsville home.

That woman was identified as Lennette Pauline Headley, age 59.

State Troopers are awaiting the results of an autopsy on her body to confirm the cause of death, but early indications were she may have been killed.

Headley reportedly shared the home with her boyfriend.

No other details has been available.

Missing Woman Found Dead in Braxton County

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A woman missing since early Monday morning was found dead in Braxton County.

Crystal Dean, age 36, was located by the West Virginia State Police on Monday night in the Oil Creek area, which is close to her Orlando residence.

Dean was last seen alive at 1:30 AM Monday inside Bones Bar in Burnsville.

WV State police were investigating her cause of death.

Authorities asked anyone with information to call 304.765.2101 or 304.462.7101.

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Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Charles Melvin Merten
Height: 5   6"
Weight: 210 lbs.
Birth Date: 02.08.1984
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.09.2014
Facility: North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Doddridge County - Bail: $0.00 SENTENCED MISDEMEANOR
INDECENT EXPOSURE




Status:  Behind Bars
Full Name: Rollin Oliver Berry
Height: 5   7"
Weight: 170 lbs.
Birth Date: 06.06.1985
Gender: Male
Booking Date: 09.08.2014
Facility: North Central Regional Jail
Status: Behind Bars

Offender Information

Court Info Number Issuing Agency Location Charge(s)
Doddridge County - Bail: $5,000.00 DOMESTIC BATTERY 2ND

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GUILTY PLEA IN ARCH COAL CASE

A federal judge has accepted the guilty plea of David Runyon, the Delbarton man who prosecutors say had spearheaded a kickback scheme at the Arch Coal mine in West Virginia. Runyon entered his plea Thursday in federal court in Charleston and faces up to 25 years in prison and $500,000 in fines for extortion and tax evasion.


TWO KILLED IN GILMER COUNTY WRECK

Two Gilmer County women are dead after a car wreck on WV Highway 5 E in Gilmer County, between Glenville and Sand Fork on Wednesday, August 06, 2014 about 5:00 PM.

West Virginia State Police identified the two victims as Brenda Stump, age 49, of Glenville, and Misty Tomblin, age 34, of Glenville.

State Police Troopers said a witness saw Stump’s SUV cross the center line on WV Highway 5 and slam into Tomblin’s SUV.

Investigators said Stump was not wearing a seatbelt.

According to reports, Tomblin was wearing a seatbelt.

They were pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

There were no passengers in either of their vehicles.

Although a toxicology report was requested for both drivers, at this time alcohol or drugs do not appear to have played a part in the fatal crash, WV State Police said.


POWER OUTLET CAUSE OF WV SAUSAGE PLANT FIRE

A state official says an overloaded power outlet caused a fire that destroyed the Ballard’s Farm Sausage plant in Wayne County.

The fire occurred Monday morning at the family-owned plant.

Assistant State Fire Marshal Ryan McFarland says the power outlet was in a second-floor office adjacent to a storage area where corrugated cardboard boxes and foam trays were kept.

McFarland says the fire spread from the building to three connected buildings through a false ceiling.

The fire has been ruled as accidental.

No one was injured.

The Ballard family has operated the plant for the past 68 years.

The company produces bacon, pepperoni, lunch meats and other food products.


DELEGATE DROPPING HER RE-ELECTION BID

A Kanawha County delegate, Suzette Raines, says she is dropping her re-election bid.

The Republican official says she’s pulling out of the November ballot for personal reasons though she says she’s been facing a difficult political challenge by Democrats.

Wood County Victims in New York Plane Crash

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A Wood County man died Saturday morning in a plane crash in New York that also claimed the lives of his daughter and a friend.

Investigators said Fred Kafka, age 63, of Vienna, WV, was piloting the singe-engine craft that crashed near the Lake Placid Airport after apparently losing power.

Kafka was pronounced dead at the scene along with his daughter, Kathleen Kafka, age 24, and Reed Phillips, age 25, of Potsdam, NY.

They were both students at Clarkson University in Potsdam.

New York State Police Troopers say 63-year-old Fred Kafka, from West Virginia, was piloting his plane, which was a 1967 Mooney single engine four seater.  They say his passengers were his daughter, 24-year-old Kathleen Kafka, and 25-year-old Reed Phillips.  Kathleen and Reed were students at Clarkson University in Potsdam.

Sunday, federal and state investigators finished going over the site of a plane crash just outside Lake Placid.

“We just completed the on-scene phase right now,  And that is we’re documenting the perishable information, i.e. that information that once that aircraft leaves, or the weather changes, that information changes.  So that’s what we’ve been doing,“ said National Transportation Safety Board Senior Air Safety Investigator Paul Cox.

The plane was removed from the crash site around 1:30 Sunday afternoon, taken to a state police facility where investigators will go through individual components of the plane. 

“We’re going to be looking at the engine and the propeller,“ said Cox.  “We’re looking at the condition of everything, we’re also looking at examples of where an aircraft may have hit, how it might have hit, what happens after it hits, so we’re looking at a number of different things.  We’re primarily now collecting factual information, not doing analysis.“

Just before the crash, the airport manager says two planes were approaching the same runway from opposite directions, since the winds were calm.  He says they saw each other in plenty of time and veered off to the right as they were supposed to.  One plane came around for another approach and landed safely.  The other, which was the Mooney, still had the landing gear down and may have had the flaps down.  The airport manager said if that was the case, it would have likely been hard to regain a safe airspeed.

New York State Police say the plane banked very hard and climbed very steeply, leveled off at 200 feet, then spiraled down and crashed about a quarter-mile from end of the runway.
   
Investigators say they still have a lot of evidence to collect and interviews to conduct before they even begin to analyze the findings and figure out what happened.  While it will take a while to get the analysis, the NTSB says in about 10 days they’ll release the basic facts they’ve collected so far.

“Four to six months after that we will put out a factual report which takes that first information and adds to it, and up to a year later will come out a probable cause and an analysis,“ said Cox. 

The Lake Placid Airport manager says, while plane crashes get lots of media attention, other forms of transportation prove to be deadly at times.  He says flying in a properly maintained plane with a good pilot is still a safe mode of transportation.

Police Find Infant Buried in Shallow Grave in Forest

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West Virginia State Police are investigating the death of an infant whose body was found in buried in the George Washington National Forest in Hardy County.

State Police spokesman Lt. Michael Baylous says troopers went to the site near Wardensville after the infant’s parents were arrested Saturday in Morgantown.

Morgantown police say 32-year-old Joseph A. Christy was driving a vehicle with a stolen license plate.

The vehicle fled when an officer tried to stop it.

Christy and 26-year-old Summer L. McDaniel were arrested following a chase and charged with child neglect because four children were in the vehicle.

Baylous says interviews by investigators in Morgantown revealed that the couple had buried an infant in the national forest.

No charges have been filed in connection with the infant’s death.

Roane County: Oil Drum Explodes

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An oil drum has exploded near Gandeeville, Roane County, WV.

A Roane County 911 dispatcher said a 24-year-old male was cutting into an empty 155-gallon oil storage drum at a little after 2:00 PM Tuesday, June 10, 2014 when the drum exploded.

The victim was flown by helicopter to Cabell Huntington Hospital.

According to the dispatcher, a 16-year-old male was also burned.

He was transported to Roane County General with non life-threatening injuries.

No other details were immediately available regarding the victims or their condition.

Ritchie County: Fatal Accident After Motorcycle and Truck Collide

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Central Communications has reported one person dead after a vehicle collision in Ritchie County on Saturday morning.

It occurred around 11:30 AM on U.S. Hwy 50 near the Ace Home Center after a motorcycle and a pickup truck collided.

A medical examiner was called to the scene.

West Virginia State police report the investigation is ongoing.

The victim’s name has not been released at this time.

Woman Jumps off New River Gorge Bridge, Dies

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A Michigan woman is dead after officials say she jumped off of the bridge at New River Gorge National River.

The Fayette County Sherriff’s office received a call around 5:30 AM Saturday about a car that had been parked on the bridge.

When deputies arrived on the scene, one of them said he saw the 36-year-old woman jump from the bridge.

Rangers were able to use a boat to retrieve her body from the river.

The woman’s name has not been released.

Lewis County: Elderly Man Dies After Collision

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An elderly Lewis County man died in a hospital emergency room Monday evening after a traffic accident just off the Roanoke exit off Interstate 79.

A Lewis County deputies said Richard Mccadden, age 84, of Weston, WV, was driving south on U.S. Highway 19 when Timothy Blake, age 18, of Lewis County, WV, exited the interstate and slammed into Mccadden’s vehicle.

Deputies said Mccadden appeared to have suffered minor injuries but died in the emergency room of Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital.

Blake suffered minor injuries.

Deputies said the cause of Mccadden’s death would determine if charges are filed against Blake.

Nicholas County: Man Killed in ATV Crash

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A Nicholas County man died Sunday, May 25, 2014 in a crash between side-by-side ATVs according to investigators with the Nicholas County Sheriff’s Department.

Deputies said Charles “Chad” Taylor, age 28, of Dixie, WV was operating one ATV and Bradley Taylor was driving the other coming down a hill on Panther Mountain Road.

Bradley Taylor’s machine rear-ended Chad Taylor’s causing it to roll over and land on top of Chad Taylor.

Chad Taylor was taken to Summersville Regional Medical Center where he later died.

Two passengers in the overturned ATV were injured.

The accident took place at about 4:00 PM Sunday.

The investigation continues.

Ripley: Church Outing Ends in Tragedy

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A 13-year-old Charleston boy drowned Sunday afternoon during a church outing at Parchment Valley Conference Center in Jackson County.

Investigators with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department said the boy was with Emmanuel Baptist Church of Charleston when he got into a kayak, which eventually overturned.

Authorities said the boy was not wearing a life jacket.

Rescue crews searched for the body for several hours and pulled it to the shore Sunday evening.

The boy’s name was not initially released but reports said he was a student at Stonewall Jackson Middle School in Charleston and counselors were expected at the school Monday.

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What Could Be Human Remains Is Found in Clay County

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The West Virginia State Police confirm what appears to be human remains were discovered on Monday, May 05, 2014 in the Widen area of Clay County.

Authorities unearthed what may be a partial human skull but full testing has not taken place.

State Troopers are continuing their search in the Dog Run area.

City of Glenville Police Report - April 2014

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City of Glenville, WV Police Report - April 2014
Crime/Ordinance Violation
Officer
Disposition
Location
Defective EquipmentJenkins Warnings Issued for Defective Equipment and No Operators CarriedW. Main Street
SpeedingJenkinsWarning N. Lewis Street
Stop Sign ViolationJenkinsCited for No Seatbelt x2 E. Main Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarnings Issued for Speeding and Expired RegistrationN. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited for Speeding and No SeatbeltW. Main Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarnings Issued for Speeding, Left of Center and No Proof of RegistrationW. Main Street
SpeedingHuffman Warnings Issued for Speeding, Defective Equipment, and Unsigned Registration W. Main Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning Walnut Street
K9 DeploymentHuffman./JenkinsUtilized K9 units and searched High SchoolGilmer County High School
Juvenile Possession of tobaccoHuffmanCitedGilmer County High School
SpeedingHuffmanCited for Speeding Warning Issued for Improper DisplayW. Main Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited W. Main Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited W. Main Street
Defective EquipmentHuffmanWarning N. Lewis Street
Assist another agencyJenkinsSearched VehicleMagistrate Court
SpeedingGarrettCited W. Main Street
SpeedingGarrettCited for Speeding and Improper DisplayW. Main Street
Suspicious Activity GarrettEverything OkRiver Street
Assist another AgencyGarrettAssisted Sheriffs Department on Possible Party negative contactSycamore Road
SpeedingHuffmanWarning N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning N. Lewis Street
Stop Sign ViolationHuffmanCited for Stop Sign Violation and No Proof of Insurance and warning for Unsigned registrationN. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited W. Main Street
Possible overdoseHuffmanEverything ok no overdose and subject refused medical treatmentAcademy Drive
SpeedingHuffmanCited W. Main Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited for Speeding and no Proof of InsuranceCollege Street
Defective EquipmentGarrettWarning W. Main Street
Seatbelt ViolationGarrettCited for Seat belt violation and Failure to Produce OperatorsS. Lewis Street
Assist another AgencyGarrett Assisted another agency on DUI arrestVanhorn Drive
Trash ComplaintHuffmanSpoke to individuals River Street
Defective EquipmentGarrettWarnings issued for Defective Equipment and Failure to Produce OperatorsN. Lewis Street
SpeedingGarrettWarning N. Lewis Street
Vehicle UnlockHuffmanVehicle Unlocked N. Lewis Street
Welfare CheckGarrettSubject transported to Hospital by EMSS. Lewis Street
WarrantsJenkins/ Garrett2 Subjects Arrested33 East
Assist another agency with Active DomesticJenkins1 Subject arrested Roberts Ridge Road
SpeedingHuffmanWarning W. Main Street
Expired RegistrationHuffmanWarnings Issued for Expired Registration and No Proof of RegistrationW. Main Street.
Vehicle UnlockHuffmanVehicle UnlockedFoodland Plaza
SpeedingJenkinsWarning Issued for Speeding and Unsigned RegistrationW. Main Street
SpeedingJenkinsWarning Issued for Unsigned Registration and SpeedingW. Main Street
SpeedingGarrettCited for Driving while SuspendedN. Lewis Street
Expired RegistrationHuffmanWarnings Issued for Expired Registration and No Proof of RegistrationN. Lewis Street
Burning TrashHuffmanCited for Burning Refuse and Creating a DumpRiver Street
Vehicle UnlockHuffmanVehicle UnlockedWaco Center
Talking on Cell Phone While drivingHuffmanCited for Talking on Cell Phone while driving warning issued for unsigned Registration E. Main Street
Stop Sign ViolationHuffmanWarnings Issued for Stop Sign Violation and No Proof of registrationHigh Stree
Stop Sign ViolationHuffmanWarning High Street
Stop Sign ViolationHuffmanWarning High Street
No SeatbeltHuffmanCited for No Seatbelt and No Proof of InsuranceHigh Street
Stop Sign ViolationHuffmanCited for Talking on Cell Phone while Driving and No Seatbelt, Warnings Issued for Stop Sign Violation, Failure to Carry Operators, and Failure to Signal High Street
SpeedingGarrettWarning Issued N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited W. Main Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited W. Main Street
Disabled MotoristHuffmanFire Department got individual out prior to my arrival Mineral Road
LarcenyHuffmanVictim didn’t want to file complaint just wanted law enforcement to be aware of what happenedPowell St
Defective EquipmentGarrettWarning N. Lewis Street
SpeedingJenkinsWarnings Issued for Speeding and Unsigned RegistrationMineral Road
SpeedingJenkinsWarningMineral Road.
Loud MusicJenkinsSpoke to Subject and he quieted downConrad Motel
Welfare CheckJenkinsNo One homeHoward Street
Disabled MotoristJenkinsCalled for a Tow Truck and had vehicle TowedN. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning Issued for Speeding and Cited for No Proof of InsuranceN. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning College Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning W. Main Street
Vehicle UnlockHuffmanVehicle UnlockedMcDonalds
Illegal Parking ComplaintHuffmanWarning IssuedHoward Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarnings Issued for Speeding and Unsigned RegistrationW. Main Street
Suicide attemptHuffman/JenkinsSubject transported to Hospital by EMSSumac Court
Assist another agency with a Motor Vehicle AccidentHuffman/JenkinsAssisted Sheriff’s DepartmentN. Lewis Street
Expired RegistrationHuffmanWarning Issued for Improper DisplayN. Lewis Street
Structure FireHuffmanHouse wasn’t on fire just appeared to be due to the Placement of the wood stove chimney River Streetreet
Vehicle UnlockHuffmanVehicle UnlockedMcDonalds
Assist EMS JenkinsAssisted EMS subject transported to Hospital by EMS for possible overdoseS. Lewis Street
Vehicle UnlockJenkinsVehicle UnlockedSunoco
Misuse of 911JenkinsSpoke to individual and advised him that if Misuse of 911 system continued he would be ChargedRiver Street
SpeedingGarrettCitedN. Lewis Street.
SpeedingHuffmanWarnings Issued for Speeding and Unsigned RegistrationWalnut Street
Talking on Cell Phone while drivingHuffmanCited College Street
SpeedingJenkinsWarning W. Main Street
SpeedingJenkinsCited for no Operators and No Proof of Insurance W. Main Street
Active DomesticJenkins/ Garrett1 Female arrested for Domestic BatteryBrooklyn
SpeedingHuffmanWarnings Issued for Speeding and No Proof of Registration and Cited for No Seatbelt and No Proof of Insurance N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarnings Issued for Speeding and No Proof of InsuranceN. Lewis Street.
SpeedingHuffmanWarnings Speeding and No Proof of Insurance W. Main Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning Issued for Speeding and Cited for No Proof of InsuranceW. Main Street
No SeatbeltHuffmanCited for No Seatbelt and Warnings Issued for Defective Equipment, Failure to Carry Operators and Expired Registration W. Main Street
Alarm InvestigationHuffmanEverything ok Rite Aid
Loose Dog ComplaintHuffman/JenkinsDogs located and brought back to city office till 407 could pick them upKanawha Street
Car AccidentHuffmanIndividuals Exchanged informationFoodland Plaza
Assist another AgencyJenkinsAssisted WVSPUS HWY 33E
Defective EquipmentGarrettWarning Fair Ground Road
Assist another AgencyJenkinsAssisted Campus PDGSC
Possible Disabled MotoristHuffmanVehicle Wasn’t Disabled Warning for Obstructing TrafficN. Lewis Street
Expired RegistrationHuffmanWarning N. Lewis Street
Expired RegistrationHuffmanWarnings Issued for Improper Display and Expired MVICollege Street
911 Hang Up CallHuffmanEverything ok just having phone trouble E. Main Street
Defective EquipmentJenkinsWarning W. Main Street
Serve WarrantsJenkinsArrested 2 male SubjectsGSC
911 Hang Up CallJenkinsEverything Ok E. Main Street
Expired RegistrationHuffmanCited for Expired Registration and No Proof of Insurance Warnings Issued for Failure to Change Address and Unsigned Registration W. Main Street
K9 DemonstrationHuffmanDemonstration and talking about keeping kids off of illegal drugs to Elementary Kids in Conjunction with the Health DepartmentGlenville Elementary
SpeedingGarrettCited N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited for Speeding and No Proof of Insurance Warning Issued for Unsigned RegistrationN. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited N. Lewis Street
Expired RegistrationHuffmanWarning for Improper Display N. Lewis Street
Vehicle UnlockHuffmanVehicle UnlockedFoodland
Alarm investigationJenkinsEverything ok N. Lewis Street
Expired RegistrationJenkinsWarning Issued for Expired Registration and Cited for Expired MVIMineral Road
SpeedingGarrettCited N. Lewis Street
Cell Phone while DrivingGarrettCited N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning College Street
Expired RegistrationHuffmanCited for Expired Registration Warnings Issued for Defective Equipment and Unsigned registrationW. Main Street
Defective EquipmentHuffmanWarning N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanCited for Speeding and No Proof of Insurance W. Main Street
Traffic StopJenkinsWarning for Unsigned RegistrationMineral Road
No SeatbeltHuffmanCited for No seatbelt and Warnings issued for Defective Equipment and No Proof of registrationN. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarnings issued for Speeding and Unsigned registrationW. Main Street
Serve WarrantsHuffman Suspect ArrestedGoodwin Hall
Serve WarrantsHuffmanSuspect ArrestedMagistrate Court
SpeedingJenkinsWarning N. Lewis Street
SpeedingJenkinsWarning N. Lewis Street
SpeedingJenkinsWarnings Issued for Speeding, Unsigned Registration, and No Proof of InsuranceN. Lewis Street
Noise ComplaintJenkins/GarrettWarned about Noise and told to go in the house and stay quietWalnut Street
Assist another agency with a DUIJenkins/WVSPSubject Arrested S. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning N. Lewis Street
Talking on a Cell phone while driving HuffmanCited W. Main Street
Stop Light ViolationHuffmanCited N. Lewis Street
SpeedingHuffmanWarning W. Main Street
Animal Cruelty ComplaintHuffmanCI Started River Street
911 Static on the LineHuffmanNo one appeared to be home Factory Road

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