Arrested for rampage

BUCKHANNON — A Buckhannon woman remains jailed for a series of crimes she allegedly committed in a rampage on Wednesday. Allison Fultz, age 30, faces multiple charges that include nighttime burglary, battery, trespassing, and two counts of destruction of property, according to court documents.

The criminal complaint said WVSP Trooper Menendez previously gave Fultz orders not to return to the residence of Robert Price at 273 Red Rock Rd., approximately six hours prior to her ensuing arrest.  Upon Fultz’s unwelcomed return, she reportedly made an attempt to wrap the electric cord from a vacuum cleaner around Price’s neck.  The report said the victim tried to fight back and defend himself during the conflict when Fultz also bit him, causing injury to Price’s hand.  The woman then went on to allegedly damage the victim’s television by knocking it over in an outrage.  

Fultz finally left the victim’s residence, but then continued to the residence of Price’s son, Robert Price, Jr. at 271 Red Rock Rd.  The defendant reportedly proceeded to bust out a window of the camping trailer that he was staying in, which belongs to Maria Adams.

Fultz remains at Tygart Valley Regional Jail in lieu of a combined $70,000 bond set by Magistrate Mike Coffman.  As a further condition of bond, Fultz will be prohibited from having any contact with Robert Price, Sr., Robert Price, Jr., and Maria Adams.


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