Police reports

Brooke County sheriff

Arrested: Brandon L. Gear, 36, Apartment 7, 860 Washington Pike, Wellsburg, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, Thursday.

Arrested: Christopher L. Wheat, 27, 360 Bradys Ridge Road, Wellsburg, fugitive from justice, Thursday.

Arrested: Kayla L. Koski, 32, 3866 Cross Creek Road, Colliers, fugitive from justice, Sept. 13.

Arrested: Dustin W. Geary, 28, Follansbee, domestic assault, burglary, destruction of property and refusal to fingerprint, Sept. 12.

Steubenville police

Cited: Eugene Frye Jr., 65, 812 2nd St., Brilliant, stop sign violation, and Maysha M. Mullins, 20, 425 Clinton St., Steubenville, no operator’s license, were cited following a two-car accident at the intersection of North Fifth Street and Logan Avenue, Monday; Andrea J. DeShong, 59, 3372 Wilson Ave., Mingo Junction, speeding; Aapri Herring, 38, 38, 827 Broadway Blvd., Steubenville, stop sign violation.

Rowdy: Officers escorted a combative patient from Trinity West, Monday. Hospital personnel complained he attempted to assault staff members and threatened them, and, at one point, was said to have thrown a chair down a hallway though no staffers witnessed that act. They did say he was heard to say he would “do whatever (he has) to, to get out of here.”

Fraud: A Glenwell Road couple said they were alerted to attempts by someone in West Chester, Ohio, trying to purchase a laptop using their debit cards, Monday. They said they were notified of the attempted fraud via text messages from First Choice America. The printout showed the names of an alternative pickup person and alternative e-mail.

Booked: Mayia Dokes, 23, 501 Ash St., Steubenville, petty theft and possession of drug paraphernalia, Monday. Kroger employees allege Dokes was bagging items without scanning them and had begun walking toward the exit when she received a phone call, looked around and fled the store, leaving the shopping cart behind. Officers who were entering the store say in addition to the bagged items, she’d left a transparent purse containing her driver’s license and said she returned to the store minutes later and grabbed the purse and began searching through it, telling officers she had no intention of stealing any of the items in the cart. Officers allegedly spotted a crack pipe in the purse, which she claimed didn’t belong to her even though it contained her credit cards and other identifying information.


Today's breaking news and more in your inbox

I'm interested in (please check all that apply)
Are you a paying subscriber to the newspaper? *


Starting at $4.62/week.

Subscribe Today