CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WV News) — A 34-year-old is accused of injuring another male while allegedly kicking in a door during a burglary in Salem.
Adam Jeremiah Humphrey was charged with burglary and assault during commission of a felony by Salem Pfc. J.A. Hetherington.
Wednesday afternoon, Hetherington was dispatched to a dwelling in the city and detained Humphrey, who was yelling, “come outside. I am going to [expletive] all of you up. I am going to [expletive] kill you,” the complaint alleges.
Humphrey kicked open the rear door to the residence while one of three victims inside was trying to hold it closed, the complaint alleged, citing witness statements. That injured the male; meanwhile, Humphrey came inside in a bid “to steal the homeowner’s prescribed pills,” the complaint alleged.
Humphrey fled after 911 was called, the complaint alleged.
The door appeared to be broken off its hinges, with splintered wood on the ground, Hetherington alleged.
Humphrey remained jailed Thursday on a $10,000 cash or surety bond set by Harrison Magistrate Kim Wygal.
— Michael Warren Crofford II, 41, and Erica Lynn Derosier, 39, both of Salem, have been charged with prohibited person in possession of concealed firearm.
During a traffic stop Wednesday in Clarksburg, Derosier and Crofford were in possession of a loaded .22-caliber revolver that was concealed inside of a tool-type box underneath cardboard, Clarksburg Police Sgt. Laura McGlone has alleged. More ammunition was inside the box, and the firearm’s serial number was obliterated, McGlone alleged.
Three other individuals were in the vehicle. McGlone alleged she also found multiple small containers with presumed methamphetamine, presumed fentanyl and presumed marijuana, along with baggies, three functional digital scales and paraphernalia.
McGlone deployed police dog Ion.
Deroiser has multiple felony convictions, including one for delivery of methamphetamine, according to McGlone. Crofford also has multiple felony convictions, including forgery, grand larceny and fleeing with reckless indifference, McGlone alleged.
Wygal set bail at $10,000, cash, surety or 10/90, for each defendant.
— Todd Eugene Haynes, 47, of Clarksburg, is facing drug allegations in separate investigations by Clarksburg Police and the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office.
Clarksburg Patrol Officer A. Moore has charged Haynes with possession with intent to deliver heroin and methamphetamine.
On June 1 while trespassing on a wooded area near Chestnut Street, Haynes possessed five bags of presumed heroin, one bag of presumed methamphetamine, $596 in cash, two bundles of plastic bags and a digital scale, Moore alleged.
Then on July 7 during a traffic stop at the McDonald’s on Main Street in Clarksburg, Haynes had two bags of presumed heroin, a bag of presumed methamphetamine, $1,270 in cash and digital scales, Harrison Deputy Z.R. Bartlett alleged. The defendant’s cellphone also had a message “pertaining to the [sale] of heroin within a few minutes of this incident,” the complaint alleges.
A deputy who since moved out of the area also participated in the investigation.
Wygal set bail at $15,000 cash, surety or 10/90.
— Jacob Anthony Pinion, 29, of Clarksburg, has been charged with possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine by Harrison Deputy M.J. Mallow.
During a traffic stop Wednesday of Pinion near the Clarksburg Hardee’s, Mallow seized several bags of presumed methamphetamine, along with several bags of needles and several glass smoking devices, the complaint alleged. Pinion also had $350 in cash, according to the complaint.
Sgt. McGlone and police dog Ion assisted.
Wygal set bail at $10,000 cash, surety or 10/90.
— Michael Playford Grimes, 22, of Clarksburg, has been charged with felony grand larceny by Clarksburg Detective Lt. Jason Webber.
Grimes was involved in the alleged theft of thousands of dollars of fireworks from Clarksburg fireworks stands, Webber alleged.
Wygal held the initial appearance.
— Jodin Christopher Beudoin, 22, of Salem, has entered pleas in Harrison County Magistrate Court to trespassing and possession and been sentenced to 6 months in jail, according to Assistant Prosecutor Brad Pustolski, of the office of Prosecutor Rachel Romano. Beudoin initially had facing a breaking and entering / unlawful entry of a building charge, with Salem Patrol Officer Jesse Davis investigating.