The following citations have been recorded in the Tucker County Magistrate office:
Richard R. Scyoc, Pine Grove, was cited for expired registration by WVDNR. He was assessed fines of $4.75 and court cost of $175.25.
Ronald Lee Moore, Elkins, was cited for speeding 74-65 by K.L. Keplinger. He pled no contest and was assessed fines of 44.75 and court cost of $165.25.
The following criminal cases have been filed in the Tucker County Magistrate Court:
Deanna Dawn Waybright, Parsons, was charged with two felony counts of Fraudulent Schemes and two misdemeanor counts of Uttering. According to the complaint on January 7, Deputy D.A. Sliwinski, of the Tucker County Sheriff’s Office, took a complaint from James Propst, owner of Jim’s Allstar. Propst provided the officer with a hand written statement were he said he received two pre-filled out checks from Kisner’s Pit Stop on Jan. 22, and Jan. 23. These checks were for $120 and $80. He further stated that he received both checks from Deanna Waybright. Mrs. Kisner, owner of the account named on the checks, stated the account had been closed for years and is unaware how they have come into circulation. There are multiple cases involving checks from Kisner’s Pit Stop being investigated in both Randolph and Tucker Counties. A $5,000 property/surety bond was posted and a court hearing is scheduled for Feb. 23 at 11:30 a.m. before Magistrate Riley H. Barb.
Crystal Elaine Pennington, Montrose, was charged with one count Petit Larceny. The complaint states that on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019 at approximately 11:14 p.m. Chief J.E. Kopec was called to respond to the BFS gas station in reference to a suspicious person complaint. He arrived on the scene and observed the suspect asleep in her vehicle. After waking her up she allegedly said she had an argument with her boyfriend and left the house. After traveling she was tired and fell asleep in the parking lot. Later in the day Kopec was called back to BFS due to the manager reviewing video footage which showed the suspect stealing two ice creams valued at $3.29 each from a freezer next to the cash register. At approximately 3:08 a.m. on the same date, Kopec reviewed the footage which shows the suspect walk in the front doors and reach into the freezer grabbing two ice creams then carrying them around the store. It shows she got two sodas out of the cooler and carries them around as well. The footage shows her setting the sodas down near the restroom door and walk into the female restroom with the ice creams still in hand. After a time she walks out of the restroom with no ice cream in hand. She is shown talking on the phone and paying for the two sodas but no ice cream, she then exits the store. The video was taken prior to the suspect falling asleep in her vehicle. The ice creams were never rung up or paid for with a value of $6.58 being stolen from BFS. She posted a $250 bond and a court hearing is scheduled for March 17 at 11 a.m. before Magistrate William M. Miller.
Crystal Elaine Pennington, Montrose, was charged with one count of Battery. According to the complaint on Aug. 10, 2009, the defendant did make physical contact with Jessica Kille after her sister Deanna got Kille on the ground and started punching and kicking her. Crystal Pennington allegedly got a bat out of the vehicle and was itting Kille with it.
The following case has been ordered and adjudged in the Tucker County Magistrate Court:
State of West Virginia verses Adam Wyatt Lambert: Parsons, received judgment of no contest for one count making, issuing worthless checks which occurred on Nov. 13, 2019. He was assessed fines of $267.94. This case was heard on Jan 6 by Magistrate William M. Miller.