A state motion to revoke his bond was granted and a capias warrant was issued. ∫ David Michael Carpenter, 811 1/2 Belrock Ave., Belpre, pleaded guilty to shoplifting, was assessed $180.25 in court costs and was ordered to pay a $256 civil penalty to Walmart. ∫ Isaac P. Holdren, 24, appearing via Skype from the North Central Regional Jail, admitted to the allegations in a petition to revoke probation and the court approved an agreement between the defense and the state for him to serve a 180-day sanction in jail, then return to probation. ∫ Raymond Lawrence Chapman, 39, appeared via Skype from the regional jail and pleaded guilty to an information charging him with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. ∫ Lindsey R. Quick, 31, Coolville, did not appear for a trial status hearing and was given until the end of the day to appear. A directive from the president offers new hope to save the Pleasants Power Station from closing, officials said on Monday. Stay on top of news from Parkersburg and surrounding areas by receiving the full print version of The Parkersburg News and Sentinel on your iPhone or iPad. * A deputy ... VIENNA — The Vienna Police Department released the following reports Jan. 11: ∫ Cody R. Whitecotton, 23, 820 Burk St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty so speeding, 10 mph or less above the limit, and was assessed $175.25 in fines and court costs. PARKERSBURG — The following cases recently appeared in Wood County Circuit Court: ∫ Cody Lee Buzzard, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, appeared Friday on a competency hearing. 01/01/2021 05:46:28 350950075 3 TJNBoost30Days,FeaturedJobs 8 0 3575 0 1 Sales Sales - General Inside Sales Inside Sales Full Time Parkersburg News And Sentinel | Parkersburg, WV (26101) 8 DAYS AGO Inside SalesWe're looking for self Get News Alerts. 109 W. Second Street, Pomeroy OH, 45769 Dec. 31 The court received a report from Aug. 15 which found he was not competent to stand trial. It was not granted, but the judge reduced his bond from $150,000 surety to $75,000. Smith came to The Parkersburg News and Sentinel on June 25, 2001. News Update "Parkersburg Sentinel" A professional musician shared his anti-bullying message with Hamilton Middle School students Thursday, urging them to respect and help one another. He was previously charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. 20-JA-198Nos. ∫ Richard Lee Roy, 35, 32 Martin Circle, Elizabeth, was arraigned on charges of public intoxication and possession of a controlled substance and released on a $1,500 personal recognizance bond. MyNewsOnTheGo © Copyright 2008 - 2021. ∫ Melissa Anne Smith, 41, Washington, W.Va., pleaded guilty to fleeing with reckless disregard and a misdemeanor count of child neglect creating risk of injury, a lesser included offense of the original felony charge. The court ordered a three-month restorative period at Sharpe Hospital. A city firefighter sustained second-degree burns while extinguishing the fire. * George Fonner, 52, ... PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on Jan. 13: Inside Sales Parkersburg News And Sentinel | Parkersburg, WV (26101) 01.01.21. Buzzard was committed to a facility or no less than three years. Her bond was revoked and a capias warrant issued. Search for other Newspapers in Parkersburg on The Real Yellow Pages®. Parkersburg News & Sentinel. ∫ Trial was set for Dec. 1 for Laron C. Fuller, 38, Parkersburg. PARKERSBURG — The Parkersburg Police Department released the following reports on Jan. 13: ∫ The trial of Frank A. Carper, 30, Parkersburg, was reset for Nov. 18. ∫ Counsel for Dustin Eugene Wright, 34, appearing via Skype from the North Central Regional Jail in Doddridge County, made a motion for a personal recognizance bond. VALIDATE your print subscription to get your login and password LOG IN at right to read a digital version of the newspaper on your computer, tablet or smart phone using either an app or a web browser. With an All Access subscription to News and Sentinel you can enjoy the entire newspaper from any location, on any device, at any time you wish. All Rights Reserved. All Categories. PARKERSBURG - Wood County Sheriff Ken Merritt, along with other sheriffs around the country, reportedly has signed a petition stating he would not enforce a federal assault weapons ban if one is passed. Browse Staff Report PARKERSBURG— The Parkersburg News and Sentinel and The Marietta Times will continue a tradition and offer the advertising inserts in … ∫ Bobbie Sue Davis, 36, Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.