PCSD Cuffs Four More Men

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Also Rolled On A Disturbance, Frauds

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department is reporting 4 male arrests, – plus the investigation of a Disturbance, Frauds and a Forgery complaint.

It was a busy day of crime and public service for our law enforcement heroes.

Following is the PCSD Facebook post for Friday, August 11th, 2017.

08/10/17 Activity:

  • ARREST: Deputy First Class M.K. Woodford arrested Eric Wells, from Poca, for Possession of Controlled Substance (Meth).

  • ARREST: Deputy First Class M.K. Woodford arrested Victor Singleton, from Poca, for Possession of Controlled Substance (Meth).

  • ARREST: Special Enforcement Unit (SEU) arrested Ronald O. Appleberry, from Dayton, Ohio, for Possession with intent to Deliver Cocaine.

  • ARREST: Special Enforcement Unit (SEU) arrested William R. Young, from Poca, for Possession with Intent to Deliver Schedule 1.
    • Disturbance, 70 Block River Street, Poca. Suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation.
  • Suspicious Vehicle, 4000 Block McClane Pike, Red House. Suspect departed prior to Law Enforcement arrival.
  • Fraud, 60 Block Fraziers Way, Scott Depot. No suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation.
  • Fraud, 90 Block Quiet Way, Hurricane. No suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation.
  • Forgery, 100 Block Valley Bend, Scott Depot. Suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation.
  • Four alarm calls responded.
  • One Domestic call in progress. Suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation.
  • Two motor vehicle crashes: 500 Block Bee Ridge Road-Leon, I-64 West Bound 36 MM.

Anyone with information is asked to telephone the Putnam County Sheriff Department‘s Crime Unit at 304-586-9846 or the Drug Tip Line at 304-586-0263 or or TEXT tips to 304-941-2300.

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. 

Mug shots are provided courtesy of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department.