Mason County Sheriff’s Department
POINT PLEASANT — The Mason County Sheriff’s Department reports the following arrests: Steven J. Flora, 21, Milton, wanton endangerment, arrested by Deputy Cavender. Julie A. Roush, 39, Racine, Ohio, driving while license suspended or revoked for DUI, arrested by Deputy M. Stewart. Zachary M. Cline, 28, Gallipolis, Ohio, bailpiece, arrested by Sgt. Powell. William M. Pearson, 52, Leon, DUI second offense, driving revoked DUI second offense, arrested by Lt. Greene. Billy J. Bowman, 37, Point Pleasant, persons prohibited from possessing firearms, arrested by Sgt. Powell. Bridget T. Balser, 28, Middleport, obstructing an officer, arrested by Cpt. Stearns. Jeffery W. Henry, 50, Gallipolis Ferry, DUI first offense, DUI revoked, possession of controlled substance, arrested by Deputy Cavender. Rosanna D. Dillard, 26, New Haven, driving under the influence first offense, arrested by Cpl. Terry. Dakota M. Thacker, 21, New Haven, capias, arrested by Deputy Cavender. Danny S. Cutler, 67, Henderson, domestic battery, arrested by Cpl. Rhodes, Deputy C. Stewart. Steven J. Liberatore, 50, Point Pleasant, possession (heroin) and false report of emergency incident, arrested by Cpt. Peterson, Deputy Lee, Sgt. Varian. Michael W. Willcoxen, 32, Hartford, domestic battery, DUI with injury, arrested by Deputy M. Stewart. Cara D. Parsons, 39, Point Pleasant, uttering times two, arrested by Sgt. Varian.
Point Pleasant Police Department
The Point Pleasant Police Department released the following monthly activity report: 281 citation issued; 15 misdemeanor arrests; one DUI arrest; four accident reports; 34 complaint reports. Transported to the Western Regional Jail by PPPD personnel: Brian K. Petrie, domestic battery. William H. Kingery, fleeing DUI. Tequella Elkins, capias.
Chief Joe Veith states the Point Pleasant Police Department with the support of the Commission on Drunk Driving Prevention will conduct a sobriety checkpoint on Saturday, May 23. The checkpoint is from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., in the 400 block of Viand St. on W.Va. 62. Officers will briefly stop all traffic and will distribute informational brochures as well as check drivers for signs of intoxication. All efforts will be made to ensure the flow of traffic remains constant and the inconvenience to motorists is minimized. The checkpoint is a statewide campaign funded through a grant to reduce the number of alcohol related deaths on America’s highways. For additional information contact Checkpoint Coordinator Lt. Matt Taylor, 304-675-1104.