Harrison, West Virginia MP: Man Uses Pickup Truck to Purpose Woman’s Car, Pushes Nearly 90 Meters | New
CLARKSBURG, Va. (WV News) – A 40-year-old Clarksburg man accused of ramming the Ford pickup he was driving in the back of a Chevy Malibu with two women inside has been charged with two counts of malicious assault. and on the county property destruction.
Shannon Christopher Hildreth’s action deactivated the Malibu, and he then used the truck to push the car up to 262 feet, Harrison MP Tyler Gordon said.
“The accused almost rolled the victim’s vehicle,” said Gordon.
The passenger in the car said she had previously had a physical altercation with Hildreth, according to Gordon.
The car suffered nearly $ 6,000 in damage, according to Gordon.
Magistrate Harrison Frank DeMarco held the initial appearance for Hildreth, who remained in jail mid-afternoon on Friday.
Deputy Harrison JR Flanagan assisted with the investigation.
– A 47-year-old man from Clarksburg who went to federal prison for a federal drug crime has now been charged with being a felon in possession of a gun.
Clarksburg Police Sgt. Laura McGlone brought the felony allegation against William Joseph Russell to Harrison County Magistrates’ Court.
Magistrate Frank DeMarco set the bond at $ 5,000 at Russell’s initial appearance.
McGlone stopped a silver Hyundai Sonata on North 26th Street on Wednesday because she knew the operator’s license was either suspended or revoked, according to the complaint.
Russell was one of the vehicle’s two passengers, according to McGlone.
Police dog Ion was deployed and “gave a positive indication of the smell of drugs in the vehicle,” McGlone said.
“A search was carried out and a small black bag was found in the passenger side floor where the defendant, William Joseph Russell, had been seated,” McGlone alleged.
“Inside that bag was a loaded Sarsilmaz SAR 9 gun,” McGlone said, referring to a gun made by a company in Düzce, Turkey. “… There was a chambered cartridge and several cartridges in the magazine. There were also several cartridges in the bag. [miscellaneous] objects bearing the name of the defendant. Russell was convicted of a federal drug crime for the manufacture of amphetamine on [June 24, 2013]. “
Russell was sentenced to 5 years for the federal crime of the Northern District of West Virginia, Elkins Division. He later received another 18-month federal prison sentence for a supervised liberty violation. A 2018 United States District Court judge for Southern Ohio found Russell was not involved in drug testing and treatment and committed another criminal offense on December 22, 2017. Nature of this offense was not specified in the documents of the federal court.
Russell completed the sentence of probation on December 9, 2019 and released the federal case at that time.