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Gallia County Arrests

On Sept. 1, Theresa Queen, 56, of Patriot, was charged with OVI and parking in the road on Township Road 464 in Perry Township at 9:46 p.m. Queen had two prior OVI convictions. She allegedly refused to submit to tests and was placed under an administrative license suspension.

On Sept. 3, Christopher Crabtree, 44, of Jackson, was charged with OVI, no seat belt and failure to signal a turn. Crabtree has four prior OVI convictions. He allegedly refused to submit to a test and has been placed on administrative license suspension.

On Sept. 4, Danny White, 56, of Gallipolis was charged with OVI and no seat belt. The offense took place on Georges Creek Road portion of State Route 7 in Addison Township. White took a breath test which allegedly placed his blood alcohol content at .184, more than twice the legal limit. White has 12 prior OVI convictions.

On Sept. 11, Patricia Clark, 35, of Logan, was arrested for OVI. She was also charged with driving on a suspended license, possession of a schedule IV drug and child endangerment. The offense took place on Homewood Drive in Springfield Township where she allegedly crashed her car into a pond. Clark allegedly refused to submit to a test.

On Sept. 12, Ronnie Willet Junior, 46, of Point Pleasant, was arrested for OVI. He was also charged with driving on a suspended license, no seat belt and failure to control. Willet crashed his car on Cora Mill Road in Green Township. Willet allegedly refused to submit to a test.

Matthew Pope, 24, of Vinton, was arrested for OVI the same day. He was also charged with failure to control. Pope crashed his car on State Route 325 in Raccoon Township at 5:25 a.m. Pope submitted to a breath test which allegedly showed his blood alcohol content to be .165, more than twice the legal limit.

On Sept. 13, Denise Goodrich, 51, of Bidwell, was arrested for OVI. She was also charged with driving on a suspended license and failure to control. She crashed her car on Gallia Road in Greenfield Township. Goodrich has two prior OVI convictions and one additional OVI charge still pending in court from March of this year. Goodrich submitted to a breath test which allegedly showed her blood alcohol content to be .259, more than three times the legal limit.

On Sept. 14, Joyce Harris, 47 of Buffalo, W.Va., was arrested for OVI. She was also charged with failure to display her license plate. The offense took place on Jackson Pike in Green Township at 10:29 p.m. She sumbited to a breath test which allegedly showed her blood alcohol level was .143.

On Sept. 16, Terry Rees, 51, of Gallipolis, was arrested for OVI. Rees was also charged with failure to control. Rees crashed his motorcycle on Georges Creek in Addison Township at 5:30 p.m. Rees allegedly refused to submit to a test and was placed on an administrative license suspension.

On Sept. 17, Richard McDade Junior, 50, of Leon, W.Va, was arrested for OVI. He was also charged with failure to stop at a stop sign and driving on a suspended license. The offense took place on Georges Creek Road at State Route 7 in Addison Township at 5:21 p.m. McDade submitted to a urine test. Test results are not known at this time. McDade has one prior conviction for OVI.

On Sept. 18, Judith Pennington, 54, of Gallipolis, was arrested for OVI. Pennington was also charged with wearing no seat belt and a traffic signal light violation. The alleged offense took place on State Route 160 in Green Township at 11:35 p.m. Pennington has six prior OVI convictions. She sumbitted to a urine test and the results are unknown at this time.

Richard Hurt II, 22, of Gallipolis, was arrested for OVI the same day. He was also charged with a window tint violation. The offense took place on Jackson Pike in Green Township at 12:07 a.m. Hurt submitted a urine test and the results are not known at this time.

On Sept. 19, Jeffrey Russell, 36, of Vinton, was arrested for OVI. Russell was also charged with driving on a suspended license and failure to control. He was allegedly involved in a crash on State Route 160 in Huntington Township at 4:10 p.m. Russell submitted to a blood test and the results are not known at this time.

On Sept. 20, Chad Jarrell, 38, of Bidwell, was arrested for OVI. He was also charged with driving on a suspended license, not wearing a seat belt, expired registration and a loud exhaust. The alleged offense took place on State Route 850 in Springfield Township at 12:52 a.m. Jarrell allegedly refused to submit to a test and was placed on administrative license suspension.

Follow the court rulings for these and other Gallia County misdemeanor cases at 173.249.134.245/searchMC.shtml.

Meigs County Arrests

On Sept. 8, Eric Barber, 23, of Reedsville, was arrested for OVI. He was also charged with driving without a valid license and failure to control. Barber crashed his vehicle on State Route 124 in Olive Township at 6:50 p.m. Barber allegedly refused to submit to a test and was placed on administrative license suspension. Barber has one prior OVI conviction.

On Sept. 24, Thomas Simmons, 51, of Pomeroy, was arrested for OVI. He was also charged with failure to reinstate his license, not wearing a seat belt and failure to drive in marked lanes. The alleged offense took place on State Route 7 in Salisbury Township at 7:39 p.m.. Simmons submitted to a breath test and allegedly had a blood alcohol content of .225, more than twice the legal limit. Simmons has five prior OVI convictions.

On Sept. 25, Troy Boggs Junior, 29, of Long Bottom, was arrested for OVI. H was also charged with an unsafe vehicle and failure to control. Boggs crashed his vehicle on Bold Knobs-Stiversville Road in Lebanon Township. at 7:30 p.m. Boggs submitted to a breath test and allegedly had a blood alcohol content level of .083. He was placed under an administrative license suspension.

On Sept. 26, William Maynard, 44, of Racine, was arrested for OVI. He was also charged with failure to control. Maynard crashed his vehicle on State Route 124 in Sutton Township at 1:09 a.m. Maynard submitted to a urine test and the results are not known at this time.

Follow the court rulings for these and other Meigs County misdemeanor cases at the following web address, docket.webxsol.com/meigs/index.html.

Editor’s note: The preceding list was obtained from Ohio State Highway Patrol arrest reports. It will be a continuing feature of the Sunday Times-Sentinel.

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