The following citations have been recorded in the Tucker County Magistrate office:
Adam J. Firl, Hambleton, was cited for expired registration and expired MVI by Cpl. J.E. Kopec. He pled no contest to both charges and was assessed fines of $9.50 and court cost of $330.50.
Amanda M. Pennington, Parsons, was cited for expired MVI by Sgt. G.S. DeWeese. She pled guilty and was assessed fines of $4.75 and court cost of $175.25.
Justin C. Mallow, Mabie, was cited for speeding (60-55) by Chief Deputy M. Sigley. He pled guilty and was assessed fines of $4.75 and court cost of $175.25.
Barry. R. Bennett, Inkster, MI, was cited for quiet hours 10p.m. – 7 a.m. by WVDNR.
Ryan T. Painter, Glengary, was cited for expired MVI by Cpl. D.W. Burge. He pled no contest and was assessed fines of $4.75 and court cost of $175.25.
Eric S. Skinner, Buckhannon, was cited for speeding (40-25) by Cpl. D.W. Burge. He pled no contest and was assessed fines of $4.75 and court cost of $175.25.
The following criminal complaints have been filed in the Tucker County Magistrate Court:
Adam Wyatt Lambert, Barrackville, was charged with one count Violation of Protective Order. The complaint states that on Tuesday, July 23 Cpl. B.T. Zirk and Sgt C.A. Teter of the Tucker County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a possible Protective Order violation. They arrived on scene and spoke with Elvira Elaine Shreve who stated the defendant was in the residence. Officers went to the front door and were met by a male subject who identified himself as Adam Lambert. Zirk detained him while Teter looked over the protective order and confirmed that Lambert was in violation. He was place under arrest and transported to the Parsons Detachment of the West Virginia State Police for processing. A cash bond of $2,000 was not posted.
Matthew Logan Lipscomb, Parsons, was charged with one felony count of Strangulation and one count of Domestic Battery. According to the complaint on Monday, July 22 Sheriff B. Wilfong and Deputy D.A. Sliwinski of the Tucker County Sheriff’s Department (TCSD), and Cpl. D.W. Burge of the West Virginia State Police (WVSP) did receive a complaint of a domestic battery at 114 Harper Dr. The caller was found at the church near the complaint address. The caller identified as Jo Ellen Lee provided Sliwinski with a signed statement regarding the incident. She allegedly stated she came home to her residence and found her son Matt Lipscomb at home. She informed them both that Janice was not welcome in her house. This allegedly started a verbal argument between Lee and Lipscomb. Lee stated she attempted to get down the hallway to get to her cell phone and leave the residence after Lipscomb became loud and started slamming doors. At this time he allegedly prevented her from going through the hallway. She stated she allegedly struck him in the face in an attempt to move him from in front of her. At this time, he used both hands to allegedly “choke” her. She stated she was lifted off the ground. Once he let go he told her to “go call the cops you whore.” She stated she fled to the Parsons Water Treatment plant to find her other son John “Red” Lipscomb. At this time they called the Sheriff’s Department direct. She used her house key to let the officers into her residence. The defendant was found inside and arrested. Ms. White was not located in the residence. Lipscomb was transported by Burge to the WVSP station for booking and then to the Tygart Valley Regional Jail to wait arraignment. A cash bond of $3,000 was not posted and a compliance hearing and a preliminary hearing is set for Aug. 1 at 11 a.m. before Magistrate William M. Miller.
The following cases have been ordered and adjudged in the Tucker County Magistrate Court:
St. George Medical Clinic verses Kimbler: The court found in favor of St. George Medical Clinic against Tami Kimbler in the amount of $120 plus $75 court cost.
Goddin verses White: On July 19 the court granted in favor of W.L. Goddin against Janice May White in the amount of $9,000 plus $95 court cost. White must vacate property.
Dowd verses Dowd: the court granted in favor of David Dowd against Joseph Dowd. Petitioner is granted possession of the residential property. Respondent must vacate property by Oct. 1.