PCSD Busts Davis, Newsome

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Also Investigating Four Larceny Complaints

The Putnam County Sheriff's altDepartment is reporting two arrests and the investigation of four more Larceny and two more Fraud complaints.

It was a busy Monday for the heroic men and women that protect and serve us every day.

Here is the crime information posted February 25th, 2015, on the PCSD Facebook page.

February 24th reports:

  • ARREST: Sergeant S.M. Shamblin arrested Tammy Davis, from Eleanor, for following too close and DUI-controlled substance

  • ARREST: Deputy S.G. Martin arrested Jody Newsome, 751 Sugar Camp Road Winfield, for Nighttime Burglary, Grand Larceny and Transferring & Receiving Stolen Property Warrants on file. (No photo)

  • Larceny, 190 Block Bette Lane, Teays Valley, no suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation

  • Larceny, 120 Block Weatheridge Drive, Teays Valley, report incomplete, pending investigation

  • Trespassing, 8000 Block Winfield Road, Winfield, report incomplete, pending investigation

  • Destruction of Property, 140 Block Leslie Drive, Scott Depot, no suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation

  • Fraud, 100 Block Dairy Road, Poca, suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation

  • Larceny, 100 Block Route 1, Poca, no suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation

  • Larceny, 300 Block Country Roads MHP, Poca, no suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation

  • Fraud, 100 Block CAM Drive, Scott Depot, no suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation

  • Three alarm calls responded

  • Two Domestic Violence Petitions served

  • Three Domestics in progress, suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation

  • Two motor vehicle crashes: 13000 Block Winfield Road, Teays Valley Road.

Anyone with information is asked to telephone the Putnam County Sheriff's Department Crime Unit at 304-586-9846 or the Drug Tip Line at 304-586-0263.

Publisher’s note: All defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

A criminal complaint is a legal document that is usually filled out by a law enforcement officer presenting evidence to a judge or magistrate. The judicial official determines if the officer has provided enough evidence to issue a complaint or a warrant for a suspect arrest. 

Mugshots courtesy of the Putnam County Sheriffs Department.