The following criminal complaints have been filed in the Tucker County Magistrate office:
Destry Seth Poling, of Parsons, was charged with one count of Violation of Protective Orders. Chief K.L. Keplinger received notice in regards to a possible individual inside a camper behind the victim’s residence who stated that a light was observed to be on inside the camper. The only individual with a key to the camper was Destry Poling. A DVPO was filed on March 22 and served to Destry Poling by Chief Deputy Sigley on March 23 at 3:52 p.m. Both officers responded to the residence and made contact with a male individual (identified as Destry Poling) allegedly inside the camper. The camper is located within the property boundaries identified in the DVPO. He was taken into custody by Gidley for violation of said DVPO.
Matthew John Bush, Parsons, was charged with one count of Assault. The compliant states that on Monday, March 4, patrolman N.C. Gidley received a call from Tucker County 911 to respond to the area of 413 Central Ave. in Parsons in regards to an employee of the Mountaineer Gas Company having an issue with a belligerent customer allegedly threatening him. Gidley met with the victim who stated that he had come to the said residence to turn on the gas when he discovered a house line leak. He stated that when he went up to the residence to inform the owner, the defendant swung the door open and yelled at him stating that he knew the gas was on, and proceeded to slam the door in his face. The victim then stated that he gathered up his tools and left a paper on the door which stated that the residence had a gas leak. He stated that he then got in his truck and began to leave when the defendant came out of the residence yelling at him. The victim then went up the alley into the parking lot of the Church of God when the defendant allegedly came around the front of the church yelling. The defendant continued advancing through the parking lot towards the victim, yelling that he was going to kick his ***. That is when the victim called 911. Upon noticing the phone call to 911, the defendant turned and left the area. Upon being asked if he believed he could possibly receive a violent injury from the defendant, the victim stated “Yes, I believe it could have become a violent altercation had I not called 911.”
Michael Andrew Summerfield, Bridgeport, was charged with one count Unlawful taking of a vehicle/joy riding. According to the complaint on Monday, March 21 at approximately 3 a.m. TFC J.J. Schmidle was contacted by the West Virginia State Police Elkins Dispatch regarding a vehicle larceny complaint. He contacted the complainant, Melissa Arbogast. He received a brief summary of what happened from her. She advised she was at her father’s residence in Canaan Heights with her ex-boyfriend Michael Summerfield when she awaken and found he had left the residence and took her car and cell phone. She stated she used her father’s phone to get a location of her phone and car and advised it was along US219 near the Randolph County line. Schmidle responded to the area. He arrived shortly after Ms. Arbogast and her father. He obtained a handwritten and signed statement from her where she advised she had been with Summerfield for the last few days and stayed at his mom’s residence for a night or so. She said last evening they went to her dad’s residence and she said the roads were getting bad so they decided to stay the night. She woke up around 2 a.m. and discovered Summerfield had left and took her car and phone. She said she woke her dad up, used his phone to locate her phone and car. It was located on US219 near the Randolph County line and she said he couldn’t get far because the car was almost out of gas. She attempted to call and text her phone to get him to respond but he did not. That is when she called 911 to report her car stolen. She advised when they found the car the key, her phone and some paperwork was missing. She requested her car be towed because it was out of gas and she did not have a spare key.
The above crimes occurred in Tucker County and all individuals are presumed innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law.
The following property transfers have been recorded in the Tucker County Clerk’s office:
The Lost Hanger LC, Dry Fork, 1.902 acres Hendricks Corp.; .51 acre, .888 sq. ft.; 1.16 acres, 13,051 sq. ft. Parsons to Andro Tomic, $360,000.
City of Parsons, Black Fork, Lot 129 Section C 9’x20’ Parsons City Cemetery to Raymond H. Reynolds and Barbara J. Reynolds, $1,600.
City of Parsons, Parsons, NH Lot 136 Section C 4.5’x20’ Parsons City Cemetery to Raymond H. Reynolds and Barbara J. Reynolds, $800.
City of Parsons, Parsons, NH Lot 137 Section C 4.5’x20’ Parsons City Cemetery to Raymond H. Reynolds and Barbara J. Reynolds, $800.
Michael W. Wolford and Marina E. Wolford, Dry Fork, 20,250 sq. ft. Dry to Zachary M. Wolford and Kylie C. Wolford, $0.
Thomas L. Orgill, II, Dry Fork, 2.38 acres to Jason Walter Bohran and Jami Lee Bohran, $45,000.
William Edward Watring and Amanda Gail Watring, Licking, 250 x 90 x 170 White Ridge Church to Shane Pontz and Amy Pontz, $53,500.
Max L. Elza and Sandra J. Elza, Dry Fork, Unit G5 Week 23 to Ryan Joseph Harsh and Casey Leann Harsh, $0.
Kevin Poling, Black Fork, 31.13 acres Fork Mountain to William S. Ricks and Patricia L. Ricks, $230,000.
Thomas A. Stout, Paula J. Stout, Byron J. Nibert and Jerri J. Nibert, Dry Fork, Unit 4 Winterset 17,912 sq. ft. to Ceproperties LLC, $120,000.
Roberta M. Good, Dry Fork, Lot #103, 1.88 acres to Randall J. Salzer and Kristin S. Salzer, $469,000.
Douglas E. Hockom and Jane Browing, Dry Fork, Windwood Duplex 2B to Joanne Abbuzzesi and Jacqueline Eder, $270,000.
John Simatacolos/Trustee of the CLJ Trust, Dry Fork, 2.21 acres to Jerry C. Gould, Jr., $625,000.
Tracy Buchanan, Dry Fork, Unit F6 Northwoods Condominium to Slopeside LLC, $0.
The following divorces have been filed in the Tucker County Circuit Clerk’s office:
Matthew Buck from Rose Buck, March 14, 2022.
John Ray from Samantha Ray, March 18, 2022.