The following criminal complaint has been filed in the Tucker County Magistrate office:
Matthew Ryan Johnson: Kerens, was charged with one count of Entering without Breaking. According to the complaint on Wednesday, Sept. 8 at approximately 9:39 p.m. Trp. J.J. Cornelius responded to a disturbance at 305 Third St. in Parsons Upon arrival, he met with Ms. Bowley. She advised him that someone had knocked loudly on her door and broke a window to her residence. The officer observed a broken window and also observed a bloody hand print on the back door of the residence which leads to the upstairs apartment. He began to patrol the area in search of an individual with an injured hand. While patrolling, he observed a medical bag, consistent with one from an emergency vehicle, on the sidewalk in front of the Parsons Fire Department. The officer observed blood on the wet ground and medical supplies tossed from the bag he also observed blood on the side door to the Fire Department. He then walked over to the Tucker County EMS building across the street and saw blood inside the building in the entryway. He entered the building in search of the suspect. He observed an ambulance in the garage bay with open doors and blood on the floor. He searched for the suspect with negative contact. Upon exiting the building, he met a female who advised she had a person he may be looking for. He met Johnson in front of the fire department and noticed that he had a cut on his hand that was bleeding. The officer noticed that Johnson’s eyes appeared glassy and bloodshot and he smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage as Johnson spoke. Johnson allegedly advised the officer that he entered the EMS building and removed the bag from the ambulance. While Johnson was speaking with Tucker County EMS personnel, he indicated that he took medication from the bag. He was unsure of what kind of medication he took or how much. He further indicated he broke the windows. The officer observed a broken window on the front garage of the Parsons Fire Department and he saw blood where the window was damaged. All individuals are presumed innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law.