The following criminal complaint has been filed in the Tucker County Magistrate Office:
Jakob Joshua Plumley, of Parsons, had been charged with one count of Entry of building other than dwelling, entry of railroad, traction or motorcar, steamboat or other vessel. According to the complaint, on Wednesday, Nov. 15 Deputy C.R. Summerfield, of the Tucker County Sheriff’s Office, received a walk in complaint at the office. He met with a female subject namely Carolyn S. Mason. He obtained a handwritten and signed statement from her. In summary, she stated that Monday morning she took her granddaughter to work and left her purse, keys and everything in her car and forgot about them. When she went back to her car she discovered that the door was locked but she was able to open the back door. When she opened the door she realized that masks that she left in her car were thrown around. When she looked in her purse she found that her debit card and four (4) checks were missing. She also stated that that an envelope containing an estimated $100 was missing from the center console. When asked if there were any security cameras I n the area she stated that Cantrell’s had some on their shop nearby.
Deputy Summerfield and Sheriff J.E. Kopec responded to the shop and requested to view the security cameras. The officers observed a male subject walking in the area around 3:53 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 14. They observed that the male subject is wearing black sandals, white socks, and a stripe on the left leg of his pants. The subject had facial hair and a large jacket on with the hood up. This individual allegedly checked to see if two parked vehicles in the area were unlocked before walking to the victim’s parked car at approximately 3:53 a.m. The subject allegedly opened the door and got inside. He was inside for approximately nine (9) minutes. While inside the vehicle, a light is seen moving around appearing to be looking through the vehicle. The subject steps out of the car at approximately 4:02 a.m.
Deputy Summerfield responded to BFS in Parsons and requested to review their video footage from the day of this incident. At approximately 4:43 a.m. on the same date, He observed a male subject walking through the BFS parking lot matching the description of the man inside the vehicle. When the male subject entered the store, Summerfield observed him to have on white socks, black sandals, and a jacket with the hood up. He also observed a stripe on the subject’s left pant leg that matched the one on the other video. Facial hair on the subject from the BFS video is also consistent with the first camera.
Deputy Summerfield obtained a handwritten and signed statement from the BFS employee that was reviewing the security camera footage. He asked her if she recognized the man in the video and she stated that the subject was another employee of the store, Jakob Plumley. This incident occurred in Tucker County.
All subjects are considered innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law.
The following property transfers have been recorded in the Tucker County Clerk’s office:
William Hamilton and Jeannine Hamilton, Fairfax District, Lot 6, 97×120 to Helen Dunphy, $5,000.
Peter C. Johnson, Davis Corporation, Lot 13 Phase 2 Davis Riverwalk to MCORP Properties Inc., $113,000.
PETER C. Johnson, Davis Corporation, Lot 12 Phase 2 Davis Riverwalk to S & D Enterprises LLC, $105,000.
Kay Cross and Tim Cross, Black Fork District, 2.29 acres and .06acres to Carlo Ricottilli, $1,111.11
Thomas Woods and Kenwyn Wood, Dry Fork District, Lot 35, North Lake IV to Christopher Wade and Jamie Elizabeth Jacobs, $40,000.
City of Parsons, Black Fork District, Lot 176 Section C to Rose M. Turley, $800.
Joan M. Poling, Clover District, 2.70 acres to Brian Adkins and Michael Adkins, $20,000.
Tucker Rental Properties LLC, Dry Fork District, Unit C-101 Herzwood Condos to White Dilley Investments LLC, $290,000.
The following marriages have been recorded in the Tucker County Clerk’s office:
Marshall Carey Whisner to Heather Maria Williams on Monday, Nov. 20, 2023.
Christopher Scott Simmons to Katelyn Ann Nestor Shiflett on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2023