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pirit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE News/State Wednesday, May 15, 2013 A CHARLESTON -- West Virginia law enforcement officials are seizing meth- amphetamine labs at a record pace in 2013. They have seized 200 meth labs to date, nearly approaching the 288 they shuttered in all of last year. Law. enforcement is on a pace to seize about 570 labs this year, despite a new ,law intended to slow the proliferation 9f meth labs. The size of meth labs has gotten small- er as the number of busts has spiked. Still, the smaller meth-making opera- tions are just as toxic as larger, tradition- al labs. LOGAN Student's suspension investigat- ed: Logan County school officials have hired a private investigator to look into the circumstances surrounding the sus- pension of a middle school student who wore a National Rifle Association T-shirt to school. Eighth-grader Jared Marcum received a one-day suspension last month for causing a disruption at the school. Allen Larieris has said his stepson was. waiting in line in the school cafeteria when a teacher ordered him to remove the T-shirt or turn it inside out. In a news release, school officials say they hired an independent investigator to ensure a complete, objective evaluation of the situation. The investigator's report is expected soon. Superintendent Wilma Zigmond also noted that shirts that depict guns or pro- mote the NRA are not expressly forbid- den by school policy. HUNTINGTON 9 to be inducted in Marshall athlet- ic hall: Former Marshall football coach George Chaump will be among nine in- ductees in the university's Athletics Hall of Fame this fall. Chaump went 33-16-1 as Marshall's football coach from 1986-89. He led the Thundering Herd to their first Division I-AA championship game appearance in 1987. Marshall won its first Southern Conference football championship the following season with an 11-2 record. Others in the 2013 induction class are football players Chris Crocker and Ce- cil Fletcher; women's basketball player Sheila Johnson, volleyball star Jill Muss- man O'Brien, track athletes Casey Batey and Erin Compton, men's golf coach and assistant athletic director Buddy Gra- ham, and swimmer Glenn Hartway. An induction dinner is scheduled for Sept. 6 on the Marshall University Me- modal Student Center. MORGANTOWN Gun brought to high school, teen ar- rested: A Morgantown High School stu- dent has been arrested after bringing an unloaded handgun that was reported sto- len tO school. Morgantown High Principal Robert DeSantis says the gun was tucked into the boy's pants. Another student report- ed the' gun to an administrator. Media outlets report the student was found alone near the school's football field when he was taken into custody last Thursday. Monongalia County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Perry Palmer says the handgun was reported stolen in a De//slow bur- glary and that the boy is a possible sus- pect. Morgantown Police Chief Ed Preston says the teenager will likely be charged with possession of a firearm on school property and possession of stolen prop- erty. WVU to debut college for unde- clared majors: West Virginia Universi- ty is starting a centralized college to help students with undeclared majors. University College dean Elizabeth Dooley says one goal of the program expected to begin July 1 is to improve WVU's student retention and graduate rates. WVU says the University College will serve as an "academic hub" for general studies, exploratory and nontraditional students, among others. About 7,800 WVU students will be served through the college. The college's ultimate goal is to have students focused on a particular path by their sophomore years. The college will partner with the Ca- reer Services Center, which offers career counseling and career development pro- grams. Dooley says the college's main hub will be in the Student Services Center in Morgantown. OCEANA Residents upset with documentary's message: Some Oceana residents are upset over the portrayal of their south- em West Virginia town in a documentary abotit prescription pill abuse. 'The film "Oxyana'" chronicles the lives of people addicted to Oxycontin. Filmed by Sean Dunne, it was part of the lineup at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York in March. Resident D.J. Morgan says the vast majority of townspeople aren't addicted to prescription pills and that the perva- sive drug problem isn't limited to Ocea- na. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, West Virginia has the second-highest rate of drug over- dose deaths in the nation. Morgan says the community will use the documentary as motivation to deal with the drag epidemic. Charles Town Police Log May 5 3:30 a.m. East 7th Avenue -- Ran- Son, assist Ranson Police Depart- ment (disturbance), assistance ren- dered d:40 a.m. North Mildred Street-- Ran- son, assist Ranson Police Department (disturbance), assistance rendered 2:55 p.m. East lstAvenue, suspicious person, subject located/no problems 4:50 p.m. Joshua Freeman Boulevard -- Ranson, assist Ranson Police De- partment (disturbance), assistance rendered 9 p.m. Southerly Lane, disturbance, advised of options !1 p.m. Hughs Road, open door, own- er notified/door secured 2:26 p.m. West Liberty Street, vehicle crash, report taken 2:40 p.m. East North Street, grand lar- ceny, report taken 5 p.m.U.S. 340, assist shedff's off~ce (attempt to locate), assistance ren- dered 6:20 p.m. City of Charles Town, nar- cotics complaint, information forward- ed to detectives 8:50 p.m. East Washington Street, suspicious person, subject located/ advised to vacate area 9 p.m. West Washington Street, dis- turbance, advised of options May 8 8:50 a.m. South Samuel Street, vehi- cle alarm, accidental 9 am. South Samuel Street, parking violation, citation issued 2:25 p.m. Skate Park, reckless ddver, vehicle Iocated/dnver advised of com- plaint 3:30 p.m. South West Street, welfare May 6 check, subject located/no problems ;11:40 a.m. West Liberty Street, assist 4:30 p.m. East Washington Street, ve- Ranson Police Department (recover hicle crash, report taken stolen property), assistance rendered 6:34 p.m. Augustine Avenue, distur- 12:50 p.m. Hughs Road, petit larceny, bance, advised of options report taken 8:35 p.m. West Academy Street, dis- 1:05 p.m. West Washington Street, turbance, advised of options disturbance, advised of options 11:42 p.m. West Academy Street, dis- 3:05 p.m. East North Street, parking turbance, advised of options complaint, no violations observed May 9 .,4:15 p.m. North Lawrence Street, ve- hicle fire, report taken 12:01 a.m.W.Va. 9, assist sheriff's of- 7:50 p.m. City Of Charles Town, nar- rice (area checked/DUI arrest), assis- cotics complaint, information forward- tance rendered ed to detectives 1:40 a.m. West Academy Street, dis- turbance, citation issued for noise vio- May 7 lation 8i30a.m. East WashingtonStreet, dis- 10:22 a.m.W.Va. 9, area checked, turbance, subject left prior to arrival arrest made (DUI with drugs and ob- 9:40 a.m. Marl Ddve -- Ranson, as- structing an officer) sist Ranson Police Department (dis- 2:30 East Washington Street, petit lar- turbance), assistance rendered ceny, report taken/warrant pending 12:45 p.m. West Liberty Street, war- 3:10 p.m. Dunlap Drive, battery, juve- rant service, arrest made (failure to nile arrest/report filed/petition pending appear) 4:15 p.m. Jefferson Memorial Park, 2:04 p.m.U.S. 340, vehicle crash, re- suspicious vehicle, area checked/un- port taken able to locate vehicle 5:46 p.m. Revere Drive, alarm, acci- Start Making Money & Stop Wasting Time!! ----Books, Payroll & Taxes Brett Hersh, EA, MBA 304-267-2594 hbsbusiness.com HBS is a professional tax representation firm, not a public accounting or CPA firm A ARNOLD & BAILEY Family Law DUI Divorce Gregory A. 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Andrew Arnold 208 North George Street Charles Town, WV 25414 Voice: 304-725-2002 or 304-876-1575 info@acbattorneys.corn dental 7:10 p.m. Augustine Avenue, motorist assist, assistance rendered 7:53 p.m. South George Street, iden- tity theft, report taken 8 p.m. Bloomery Road, assist shenff's office (high water rescue), assistance rendered May 10 1:25 a.m. Fairfax Crossing -- Ran- son, assist Ranson Police Department (burglary in progress), assistance ren- dered 1:45 a.m. Bailey Brooks Way, suspi- cious vehicle, arrest made (failure to appear/vehicle towed) 8:55 a.m. Oden Drive, alarm, door un- secured/residence cleared by officers/ nothing amiss 10:03 a.m. West Liberty Street, vehicle crash, report taken 11:53 a.m Colonial Drive, alarm, resi- dence secure 1:45 p.m. Augustine Avenue, suspi- cious vehicle, vehicle located/advised to vacate area 7:20 p.m.U.S. 340, vehicle crash, mi- nor damage/information exchanged 7:26 p.m. West Washington Street, welfare check, advised of options 6:30 p.m. High Street, suspicious ac- tiVity, school bus lights left on/officer tumed lights off 6:55 p.m. South Mildred Street, traf- fic hazard, lines down/power company and fire department responded 10:50 p.m. West Washington Street, EMS assist, assistance rendered May 11 motonst assist, assistance rendered 9:40 a.m. East Washington Street, suspicious person, area checked/un- able to locate 10:10 a.m. West 3rd Avenue -- Ran- son, assist Ranson Police Depart- ment (disturbance), assistance ren- dered 10:40 a.m. Alia Willa Drive, parking complaint, citations issued !1:05 a.m. Hunter Street, parking complaint, area monitored 3:30 p.m. South George Street, loose dogs, area checked/unable to locate 3:45 p.m. West Liberty Street, tres- passing/civil issue, advised of options 6:42 p.m.U.S. 340, motonst assist, assistance rendered 4:55 p.m. Engle Moler Road, attempt- ed robbery/brandishing/leaving scene, report taken 9:12 p.m. Upper Clubhouse' Dnve, bur- glare report taken 10:48 p.m. Shenandoah Junction Road, driving revoked DUI 2nd/no in- surance, arrest May 8 2:44 p.m.W.Va. 45 bypass, driving re- voked DUI, arrest 7:50 p.m. 90 McShaves Landing, do- May 11 mestic assault, arrest 8:38 p.m. Hillcrest Drive, grand larce- ny, report taken 11:42 p.m.W.Va. 9 bypass, DUI/speed- ing/fingerprint refusal, arrest 8:58 p.m. 7th Avenue -- Ranson, as- sist Ranson Police Department (dis- May 9 turbance), assistance rendered 9:21 p.m. Bullskin Street, disturbance, advised of options 11:25 p.m. Davis Street, disturbance, advised of options 11:29 p.m. East Washington Street, traffic stop, arrest made (driving sus- pended) Jefferson Co. Sheriff's Log May 6 9:17 a.m.U.S. 340, traffic accident, re- port taken 4:44 p.m. Oakridge Drive, assault on police officer/obstructing, report taken May 7 11:31 a.m. Hardesty Road, traffic acci- 1:19 a.m. West Liberty Street, traffic stop, two arrests Made (fugitive from dent, report taken justice/possession) 11:40 a.m. Grace 7:35 a.m. West Washington Street, dent, report taken Street, traffic acci- 7 p.m. North Fairfax Boulevard and W.Va. 9 bypass, DUI/driving revoked/ no insurancehmproper registration, ar- rest 8:56 p.m. Lower Clubhouse Drive, petit larceny, report taken May 10 2:20 p.m. Patrick Henry Way, shoplift- ing, report taken 2:41 p.m. Amie Lane,-grand lameny, report taken 2:50 p.m. Sylvan Lane, leaving scene of accident, report taken 4:39 p.m. Acorn Nut Lane, domestic battery, report taken 5:03 p.m. Shepherdstown Pike, traffic accident, report taken 8:56 p.m. Tall Oak Drive, breaking and entering auto/petit larceny, report taken 10:30 a.m. Leetown Road, grand lar- ceny, report taken - 11 a.m. Leetown Road, destruction of property, report taken 12:20 p.m. North Mildred Street, bur- glary, report taken May 12 9:03 a.m. Jefferson Terrace, destruc- tion of property, report taken 10:30 a.m. Bakerton Road, destruc- tion of property, report taken 5:40 p.m. Johnnycake Lane, grand larceny, report taken Charles Town ........... 725-3434 Kearneysville ........... 725-5567 Inwood ........................... 229-6722 Nationwide has been serving West Virginia for over 75 years/ Auto Home Life Business AGENCY .3onesmsurancewv. com Nationwide On Your Side NatiooNide Mutual Insurance Company and Affiliated Companies. 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