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 defendant also allegedly failed to report to the probation department once a month, as required, and hadn’t reported his contact with law enforcement while on bail, Armstrong alleged.
Armstrong presented testimony from Harrison Deputy Detective Zach Mealey and Nutter Fort Deputy Chief Pat Mc Carty about the counterfeiting allegation; from Clarksburg Patrol Officer William Dawson about the driving revoked for DUI charge; from Bridgeport Patrol Officer Bart Sayers about the obstructing charge; from Probation Officer Richard Waddell Jr.; and from a civilian about part of what occurred leading up to the obstructing charge.
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