A Nobe Calhoun man, Zachary Earl Freshour, 26, was charged by the Calhoun Sheriffs Department with domestic battery and assault on his mother Norma Freshour, who had been staying away from her residence because of problems.

A criminal complaint said Freshour had returned to her residence to obtain some clothes, when he son verbally assaulted her, "grabbed/slapped her throat and pushed her down on the floor."

Sheriff Jeff Starcher said the woman fears of receiving violent injury, which was why she was not staying at her residence.

He was later arrested and taken to Central Regional Jail.

Jeffery Ernest Mollohan, 25, of Duck, Clay County, was charged with b breaking and entering and grand larceny by Cpl. Jeff Hunt of the WV State Police and incarcerated in Central Regional Jail.

The criminal complaint said police first responded to a report on Walker Road on April 29.

A camp belong to Joseph Todd and Gennie Lee Bailey had been broken into with a number of items taken including a pull behind trailer.

When State Police arrived at Mollohan's residence he fled on foot after he was discovered in a truck allegedly pulling the stolen trailer.

Mollohan was arrested later.

A Nicut Road man was arrested by Sheriff Jeff Starcher after he called 911 requesting medical help.

Sheriff Starcher responded to the scene with Calhoun EMS to discover David Oscar Thomas,59, intoxicated and uncooperative, according to the criminal complaint.

The complaint says Thomas verbalized wanting to fight with the sheriff, taking a fighting stance. After signing not to receive medical care he continued aggressive behavior, after which he was arrested for making a false report, assaulting an officer and obstructing an officer.

Continuing aggressive behavior, he was taken to the floor and restrained after refusing to be handcuffed. A cubed-shaped wooden object was located in his clenched fist.

Thomas has been arrested previously over similar circumstances.

He was taken to Central Regional Jail.

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