The following criminal complaint has been filed in the Tucker County Magistrate office:
Herbert Brent Bennett, of Parsons, was charged with one felony count of Wanton endangerment involving a firearm. According to the complaint on Wednesday, Oct. 19 Deputy C.R. Summerfield of the Tucker County sheriff’s Office received a complaint about a subject shooting one of the lights at the Family Dollar Store in Parsons. He responded to the scene and observed one of the lights on the front of Family Dollar to be out, glass covering the ground and a green in color shotgun shell casing laying on the ground beneath the light. He met with three employees from Family Dollar that were inside the store at the time of the incident and obtained handwritten and signed statements from them. The three employees stated that they had heard a loud boom and when they looked outside to see what caused the disturbance they observed glass on the ground. That stated that they next observed a blue Jeep Patriot speeding off in the direction of the stop light. Summerfield gathered photos for a lineup and he and Parsons Chief of Police K. Keplinger separately presented them to the employees and all three chose the same photo of the male subject they observed speeding away from the premises after the shot had been fired. This male subject was later identified to be Herbert Brent Bennett.
The following property transfers have been recorded in the Tucker County Clerk’s office:
Shaun Amos and Hardwick Johnson, Clover, Lot 2, 5.21 acres to Anthony Joseph Guido, III, $28,500.
Stephanie M. Marcus, Dry Fork, Lot 20 Spruce Glades Timberline to Sheldon Life and Margaret Yearwood, $415,000.
Robert O. Hughes and Dorothy H. Hughes, Davis, Lot 39, 1 acre in Black Bear Woods Section 3 to Mach2 LLC, $498,000.
Denzil R. Keller Jr., St. George, 10.92 acres more or less to Matthew C. Lawrence and Amanda B. Lawrence, $0.
Zachary Boyd Golightly, Davis Corporation, 2.13 acres and .07 acres surface to Joseph A. Holmes, $355,000.
Doreena Miles and Amber S. Perry, Fairfax, Lot 37 Coketon 90 x 120 to Caleb D. Burns, $56,000.
Thomas K. Douglass and Tari L. Douglass, Dry Fork, Unit/Lot 30 Black Bear Woods to Kathleen P. Craven and William Edward Adams, Jr., $275,000.
Thomas P. Miller and Betty Lou Groves, Dry Fork, Unit/Lot 65 Section D Black Bear Woods to Robin Lea Pyle, $255,000.