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Police blotter: Man reportedly rams fence with vehicle while intoxicated

Jul. 06, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

The following information was provided by reports filed with the Huntington Police Department:

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Anthony Sean Haynes, 23, of Charleston was charged with felony destruction of property and misdemeanor driving under the influence.

A witness reported seeing a man intentionally ram a metal gate with a car in the 2400 block of 1st Avenue on Thursday evening. The gate sustained $3,000 in damage.

When the officer arrived on the scene, he said the suspect had slurred speech, an odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath and admitted to the officer he had been drinking alcoholic beverages prior to the incident.

The man's performances in three field sobriety tests indicated he was intoxicated.

WANTON ENDANGERMENT: Antonio Davon Brown, 25, of Huntington, was charged with felony wanton endangerment and misdemeanor carrying a concealed deadly weapon without a permit Friday.

Officers responded to the 2000 block of 10th Avenue at 1 a.m. Friday in reference to a man in the area with a weapon.

Officers recovered a semi-automatic pistol, an extended magazine and several live rounds at the scene.

STABBING: A 22-year-old woman reported she was physically attacked during an altercation in the 400 block of 10th Street on Wednesday night.

The woman said she became involved in a verbal altercation with another woman in the 300 block of 10th Street at 10:45 p.m., and she said the other woman physically attacked her.

The woman suffered a small cut to her back during the incident, and she was treated at the scene by Cabell County EMS personnel.

The following information was provided by criminal complaints filed in Cabell County Magistrate Court:

GRAND LARCENY: Joshua Porter, 25, of Huntington was arrested Wednesday and charged with felony grand larceny and felony entry of building other than dwelling.

A man entered the construction site at the Army Corps of Engineers building in the 500 block of 8th Street by jumping a fence around the property and took 400 feet of welding cable, worth $1,000, a Huntington Police officer said in the complaint.

Porter's bond was set at $50,000.

RECEIVING AND TRANSFERRING STOLEN GOODS: Diamond Bree Collins-Prichard, was arrested Wednesday and charged with felony receiving and transferring stolen goods.

A woman reported on May 14 that someone stole a dirt bike, worth $1,700, from her home while she was in the hospital, a Cabell County Sheriff's deputy said in the complaint.

The deputy talked to two persons of interest, one of whom told him they had taken the bike as an "April Fool's joke," but they put it back a few days later, the deputy said.

The same person told the deputy she learned that the other involved party had sold the dirt bike to a Branchland man, and the deputy located the bike at the residence.

Collins-Prichard's bond was set at $8,000.

FORGERY OF A PUBLIC RECORD: Kristopher Michael Knox, 33, of Barboursville, was charged with felony forgery of a public record on Tuesday.

Western Regional Jail personnel were contacted by personnel with the Federal Bureau of Investigations regarding the identity of an inmate at the facility on Tuesday, a West Virginia State Police trooper said in the complaint.

The FBI personnel said a man had been fingerprinted at the jail under a false name and was actually a man who was wanted out of North Carolina for burglary charges. The man also used the false name for his signature on the fingerprint card, the trooper said.

The information was relayed to the West Virginia State Police's Huntington Communications Dispatch, where a background check verified the information from the FBI.

Knox's bond was set at $10,000.

DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED OR REVOKED LICENSE: Michael R. Abshire, 33, of Huntington, was arrested Monday and charged with felony driving with a suspended or revoked license, third offense, and misdemeanor improper registration.

A Cabell County Sheriff's deputy initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle with a license plate that was not listed for that vehicle in the 1500 block of 8th Avenue on Tuesday.

A background check revealed the driver's license had been revoked for driving under the influence. The check also revealed two prior convictions for driving with a suspended or revoked license on the man's criminal record.

Abshire's bond was set at $10,500.

The following information was provided by booking records at the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville:

Joe Walden, 20, was incarcerated at 5:05 p.m. Friday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him as a fugitive from justice. Bond was denied.

David Lee Workman Sr. was incarcerated at 2:55 p.m. Friday. Authorities in Wayne County charged him with felony operating a clandestine lab and misdemeanor conspiracy. Bond was $20,000.

Lery Amez Page, 26, was incarcerated at 2:55 p.m. Friday. Authorities in Wayne County charged him as a felony fugitive from justice. Bond was denied.

David Anthony Thacker, 51, was incarcerated at 1:35 p.m. Friday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with a felony bench warrant. Bond was denied.

William Edward Martin, 31, was incarcerated at 10:40 a.m. Friday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with felony receiving and transferring stolen property, misdemeanor driving under the influence and misdemeanor driving with a suspended or revoked license. Bond was set at $28,500.

Antonio Davon Brown, 25, was incarcerated at 4:10 a.m. Friday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with wanton endangerment and carrying a concealed weapon without a license. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

Stephanie Danielle Smith, 29, was incarcerated at 5:05 a.m. Friday. Authorities in Lincoln County charged her with attempted burglary and two misdemeanors counts, a capias and obstructing. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

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