Two Calhoun residents received citations Thursday evening after an incident on Route 16, just south of Grantsville. Sheriff Allen Parsons and Deputy Ron Bandy responded to the Foodland parking lot where parties from two vehicles appeared to be in conflict.

Deputy Bandy said he cited George Duskey for public intoxication and destruction of property. Duskey was a passenger in a car driven by Howard E. Starcher, who was cited for following too close.

The owner of a second vehicle, Alfred Starcher of Arnoldsburg, told police he was traveling north on Route 16 near the Victory Baptist Church when an object flew from the Howard E. Starcher vehicle, smashing his windshield.

Deputy Bandy said Duskey and Howard E. Starcher denied any wrongdoing.

Police and emergency services responded to a single-car accident near Cremo on Rowels Run at 6 p.m. Thursday. A late model car driven by Angie Cunningham of Cremo reportedly crashed against a hillside after what she said was a mechanical problem. She did not require hospitalization.

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