Daily Happenings 11-20-20
Rosalie Drennan, Weirton.
Klair Gaston Casteen, 31, Wellsburg.
Arrested: Steven Iverson, 3400 Genteel Ridge Road, Wellsburg, DWLS-DUI, Nov. 8
Arrested: Jakob Tredway, 57 Tredway Lane, Wellsburg, obstructing an officer, Nov. 8
Arrested: Jamie Luster, 2137 Rhine St., Pittsburgh, disorderly conduct, destruction of property, battery on an officer, failure to fingerprint, Nov. 8
Hit-skip: Someone struck a utility pole in the 500 block of Clinton Street and fled the scene, leaving the car behind, Monday. Police said an airbag was deployed and the front end of the vehicle was heavily damaged.
Identity theft: An Oak Grove resident told police someone is using his name and identifying information to purchase vehicles, Monday.
Threats: A city resident told police she’s receiving threatening texts from a man known to her, Tuesday. The woman said the man is sending threatening videos with firearms and also threatened her juvenile daughter.
Awkward: A Spencer Avenue resident said she was cussed out when she checked on the source of a loud noise and discovered a car in her yard, Wednesday. The homeowner said the driver of the vehicle, a woman, was trying to turn around and when she said something to her, the woman started yelling and cursing at her, telling her to go back inside and mind her own business.
Argument: A man told police his ex-wife’s boyfriend hit him with a chair, Wednesday. His ex wife said he was at her residence to visit their daughter but when he started yelling at her, the other man confronted him. She said her ex charged the other man and they fought. The woman told police she doesn’t want her ex-husband at her home again.
Egged on: A woman parked in the 1600 block of Ridge Avenue said her vehicle was pelted with eggs and an unknown liquid, Wednesday. She told police the vandal also left a “stop parking here” note on her car, adding the friend she’d gone to visit told her other vehicles had been targeted in the past.
Looking: A woman banging on the door of a resident in the 400 block of Union Avenue said she was looking for someone who had ripped her off, Wednesday. The resident advised her no one by the name lived in the residence.
Also looking: A Ravine Street resident said her ex-boyfriend was circling her block, Wednesday. Police couldn’t locate the man.
Bogus: A counterfeit $20 bill was circulated at Ruff Creek, North Seventh St., Saturday.
Arrested: Stella A. Thorn, 58, 728 Brady Ave., Steubenville, theft, Thursday.
Cited: Shawn P. Hamilyon, 48, 270 Mountainview Dr., Bethany, red light violation. John M. Leone, 50, 216 Grant St., Mingo Junction, driving under suspension and failure to display headlights; Jessi M. Hodge, 28, 112 St. Clair Ave., Mingo Junction, no operators license; Donald L. Headmond, no age listed, 248 Elaine St., Steubenville, failure to yield. Headmond was cited following a two vehicle accident in the 3200 block of Sunset Boulevard.
Code issues: Notices of violation were sent to the owners of properties at 1150 Oregon, weeds and debris; 2961 Sunset Boulevard, discarded household items; 722 Woodlawn Ave., grass; 324 Woodlawn Ave., weeds.
Jefferson County sheriff
Scammed: Nearly $2,200 in fraudulent charges were discovered on an account controlled by a Richmond business owner, deputies said. A total of $2,200 was applied to various AT&T customer accounts.
Disturbing: A Rayland woman told deputies her husband threatened her with a gun stolen from Rural King, Monday. The couple was fighting about the man’s extra-marital affair, deputies noted.
Hazard: A caller reported five cows loose in the roadway, Tuesday. Deputies located the cows in Smithfield Township near county Road 10. The owner was notified, they said.
Overcome: A woman evicted from a Morningside Drive apartment fell asleep in her car, Wednesday. Deputies said the woman’s belongings were piled under a car port and she feared someone would get in them, so she tried to stay awake all night to protect them.
Arrested: Kimberly Smith, 39, 3701 Pennsylvania Ave., Weirton, failure to appear, Wednesday.