Also Rolled On Three Domestic Calls
The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department is reporting three arrests, – plus the investigation of another Disturbance, another Larceny and three Domestic Calls in Progress.
It was a busy day of crime and public service for our law enforcement heroes.
Following is the PCSD Facebook post for Wednesday, September 20th, 2017.
- ARREST: Deputy T.A. Edwards arrested Justin A. Perdue, from 1092 Harvey’s Creek Road, Hamlin, on Boone County Sheriff’s Office Warrant for Manufacturing with Intent to Deliver a Controlled substance and a Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office Warrant for Grand Larceny.
- ARREST: Corporal G.S. Scragg arrested Daniel Wandling, from 505 5th Avenue South, Hometown, on a Hurricane Police Department Warrant for Credit Card Fraud. (No photo available).
- ARREST: Special Enforcement Unit (SEU) arrested Rebecca S. Snyder, from Teays Valley, on a Cabell County Sheriff’s office warrant for Grand Larceny.Disturbance, 400 Block Cow Creek Road, Hurricane, suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation.Suspicious Vehicle, 1800 Block Scary Creek Road, Scott Depot, suspect departed prior to Law Enforcement arrival.
- Larceny, 160 Block Oklahoma Avenue, Poca. No suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation.
- Harassing Phone Calls, 500 Block Winfield Road, Winfield. Suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation.
- Five alarm calls responded.
- Three Domestic calls in progress. Suspect listed at time of report, pending investigation.
- Three motor vehicle crashes: State Route 817, Scott Depot Road, 600 Block Winfield Road.
- One Domestic Violence Petition served.
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.