• Amy Jade Newhouse, 29, of Elyria, Ohio, was arrested in Logan County by West Virginia State Police troopers L.T. Goldie and J.D. Matheny for aggravated DUI and possession of a controlled substance on Aug. 22. She was booked at the regional jail at 12:57 a.m. on $2,500 bond.
According to police reports, the troopers received a 911 dispatch about a suspected drunk driver on U.S. 119.
Officers arrived and spoke with a member of the Courtesy Patrol who had located a maroon Jeep Cherokee that was rolling on the highway with a female driver "passed out behind the steering wheel." Courtesy Patrolman Kenneth New stopped the vehicle and put it in park, reportedly.
Officers identified Newhouse, who reportedly failed all three field sobriety tests administered to her. Newhouse reportedly blew a .215 on the PBT test and "was so impaired she could barely stand or walk," the report said.
Newhouse allegedly "had glassy eyes, slurred speech and emitted a strong odor of alcohol."
When the officers searched her purse they allegedly found a plastic bag containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana. She was transported to Logan Regional Medical Center for treatment.
• Tiffany Morgan Baisden, 31, of Man, was arrested in Logan County by Man Police Department Patrolman J.A Watkins and Chief W.D. Walls for assault on an officer, battery on an officer and obstructing an officer on Aug. 25. She was booked at the regional jail at 1:29 a.m.
According to police reports, Officer Watkins was dispatched on a 911 call about an allegedly drunk woman who refused to leave a residence on Main Street. When the officer arrived on the scene he allegedly found Baisden inside passed out.
"Once I woke Ms. Baisden, she appeared to be in a highly drug-induced state, where she was talking out of her head and swearing at this officer," the report states. When transported to the police station, she allegedly would not get out of the cruiser and allegedly began asking the officer if he was someone else. The report said Baisden then began to kick the officer.
Once inside the station, Baisen allegedly became enraged again and spat on the officer. The officer eventually pepper sprayed her and asked Chief Walls for assistance. The woman kept calling Chief Walls "Trooper Lemon" the report said.
• Phillip Glen Grimmett, 37, of Verner, was arrested in Logan County by Logan County Sheriff's Deputy Terry Brumfield for breaking and entering, burglary, grand larceny, destruction of property and trespassing on Aug. 20. He was booked at the regional jail at 5 a.m.
According to police reports, on Jan. 4, Grimmett broke into Fairmont Supply at the Rita Mall by breaking a glass window and went in and stole a Masterlock valued at $25 and 117 buckets of hydraulic oil valued at $2,290 and put them in the back of his truck and drove off.
"We have video (of his) doing this," the report states, noting the window was valued at $850 and the total in damages and theft was $3,375.
• Larry Dale Dotson, 34, of Mount Gay, was arrested by Logan County Sheriff's Deputies S.D. Townsend and B.D. Cobb on Aug. 7 for transferring and receiving stolen property, driving revoked, improper registration and no insurance. He was booked at the regional jail at 12:30 a.m.