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Further investigation has shown that Secreto had a valid prescription for the Xanax he was accused of possessing with intent to deliver, Harrison Assistant Prosecutor James Armstrong said.
But later in the day, Harrison Chief Judge Thomas A. Secreto was accused of getting charged with felony counterfeiting, misdemeanor driving on a license revoked for driving under the influence and misdemeanor obstructing while on bond.
marshals and Bridgeport Police worked together Monday afternoon to arrest a Clarksburg man wanted on two dozen sex-related charges. Warrants against Jamie Eckenrode had been obtained in December by Clarksburg Police Detective Paul Graeber, and Clarksburg Police last month referred the search for the Clarksburg man to the Marshals Service, Moore said. Eckenrode is facing six counts of incest, six counts of second-degree sexual assault, six counts of sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or person in a position of trust and six counts of first-degree sexual abuse, Graeber said.
Marshal Terry Moore, who added that the late-afternoon arrest — made outside City National Bank in Bridgeport — was without incident.
The Greater Harrison Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force has alleged wrongdoing March 15, 2016, and March 28, 2016, in the county.— Harrison Chief Magistrate Mark Gorby on Monday dismissed a charge of malicious wounding against Stephanie Ann Critchfield, 27, of Shinnston, ruling the state failed to prove probable cause.
Harrison Assistant Prosecutor Zach Houchin dismissed a separate felony child neglect charge against Critchfield.
Houchin said the evidence didn’t support that allegation.— Philip Ian Shreves, 31, of Bridgeport, has waived his probable cause hearing before Harrison Magistrate Frank De Marco on two counts alleging failure to comply with the state’s sex offender registry law.
Shreves failed to re-register with State Police within three business days after his release from United Hospital Center for treatment of addiction to methamphetamine and Subutex, State Police Cpl. The defendant also moved from his residence on Matheny Hill Road in Bridgeport on Nov.
Bedell accepted the pleas and set sentencing April 28.