Alan Curtis Anderson, 55 of Holden, was arrested by the West Virginia State Police on May 29 for the charges of retaliation against a public official and terroristic threats.
Trooper J. E. Garren received a public service from the US Capitol Police advising that a male individual, identified as Alan Anderson, had called Senator Jay Rockefeller’s office in Washington, D.C. asking to speak with Senator Rockefeller or Congressman Nick Joe Rahall.
Anderson also stated that he wanted attention and would shoot 10 or 12 people with a BB gun if he needed to.
Garren and many other officers from the Logan Detachment of the WVSP traveled to Anderson’s residence in Holden. Upon arrival, the officers found a sheet of paper containing a list threatening to kill Senator Rockefeller and Law Enforcement.
Anderson’s bail is set for $25,000.
- Amber Wilson, 24 of Chapmanville, was arrested by the WVSP on May 21 for hit and run with injury, hit and run with property damage and no operators.
Sergeant C. D. Kuhn responded to a hit and run investigation on Airport Road on May 21. Upon arrival, Kuhn spoke with the victim who recounted his story of the events that occurred.
The victim claimed that he was waiting to exit the parking lot when a gold Toyota, operated by a female (later identified as Wilson), back into his truck. Wilson allegedly pulled back into her parking spot and continued to maneuver her vehicle until she was unable to exit the parking spot. He claims that he and his wife yelled to Wilson, but she failed to stop.
Kuhn reported that he observed minor damage to the quarter panel area of the victim’s vehicle.
The victim’s wife advised Kuhn that her shoulder had been injured in the crash and that she would be going to the hospital in a personal vehicle.
Upon further investigation through the Department of Motor Vehicles, Kuhn found that Wilson did not have a driver’s license.
Wilson’s bail is set for $3,500.
- Archie Mosely III, 38 of Lorado, was arrested by the Logan County Sheriff Department after a March 15 detainment for burglary.
On March 12, Mosely allegedly entered a home in Lorado and took a television from the residence. Later that morning, the victim confronted Mosely and he gave the television back to her.
Mosely’s bail was set for $1,500.
WSAZ reports that two people from Logan Co. face charges after a cocaine bust in Jackson County, Ohio.
Terrindez Bryant and Deaidra Manuel were reportedly arrested after being pulled over for an expired registration; deputies found nearly $40,000 worth of cocaine in the car.
Investigators believe the pair was returning from Columbus, where they allegedly picked up the drugs for distribution.