August 17, 2016 RSS feed / Police & Safety

Prison sentences suspended in sexual assault, drug cases

Circuit Court Judge Christopher Wilkes accepted pleas and handed down sentences in several criminal cases recently.  More...

Magistrates Report

Recent sentences from Magistrate Kermit Ambrose:  Brittney M. Pruitt, 27, of Berkeley Springs must pay $265.25 in fines and court costs after pleading guilty to driving with a suspended or revoked license.  More...

Ladder truck from Va. in service at Great Cacapon

A 75 ft. multi-purpose fire truck is on loan from the Sterling, Va. Volunteer Fire Company and will be used by Great Cacapon firefighters until damaged fire equipment can be replaced. The fire house was destroyed by fire on July 5.  More...

Call 811 before you dig

The Public Service Commission of West Virginia reminds residents to call 811 before they dig. If your project requires you to dig, it also requires a call to West Virginia 811 before you begin.  Calling 811 is always a free service.  More...

Morgan County Sheriff’s Report

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Chief Deputy Wade Shambaugh reports the following calls, investigations and reports this past week:  August 7  Property dispute, Sassafras Lane.  Noise complaint, Greenwoods Drive.  August 8  Trespassing complaint, taken in o More...

On the public docket

All local government meetings are open to the public.  Morgan County Government   More...

Car seat safety session planned by local officers

Bath Police Chief T.J. Johnson said he was in Martinsburg recently for training in safety procedures and safe techniques for installing car seats in cars for kids. More...