(09/20/2014)
Cases against a Calhoun man continue to mount.

A Five Forks man, Darren Nicholas Parson, charged in the hit and run death of a 15-year-old Parkersburg boy, made a court appearance in Parkersburg this week.

Parsons waived his case from magistrate court to be bound over to Wood County Circuit Court for a grand jury.

Parsons is charged with leaving the scene of an accident causing the death of Cody Philpot.

During the magistrate court hearing, there were motions to revoke his bond on two Wood County counts of petit larceny and a count of domestic battery.

Parsons had posted a $3,500 bond related to the earlier incidents.

In addition to several charges filed against Parsons recently in Calhoun for the theft of farm tractors and a trailer, he was charged in Wood County with the theft of 13 batteries from two locations, which he then sold at a recycling center, according to a criminal complaint.

Parsons had received domestic charges last February in Wood County for an altercation with his girlfriend and for allegedly kicking her three-year-old child in the face.

He has received charges in Calhoun for multiple thefts, those cases are pending.

The court says if Parsons is convicted of the hit-and-run charges resulting in death, he faces a fine of $5,000 and a prison sentence of one-to-five years.

See UPDATE: FIVE FORKS MAN CHARGED IN DEATH OF TEEN BICYCLIST - Victim Named, Darren Parsons Bond Set At $2 Million, Theft Charges Piling Up


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