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Washington Sheriff

MARIETTA – The following reports and charges were reported by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 25.

* On Nov. 21, Deputy Sheriff Huffer responded to the scene of death of a 74-year-old Grandview Township resident. The man’s death appears to be due to natural causes; no foul play is suspected.

* On Nov. 22, Jeanie M. Hendershot, 40, 11 Watertown Road, Waterford, was traveling northbound on State Route 339 near the 18500 block when she encountered ice and lost control of her Pontiac sedan. The vehicle spun backward over a hill and struck a telephone pole on the driver’s side. Hendershot was uninjured.

* On Nov. 22, employees at the Lowell Duke at 100 Main St. reported an intoxicated male was passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle in the store’s parking lot. At the scene, Sgt. Anderson and Deputy Sheriff Underwood found David A. Long, 54, 5940 Lowell Hill Road, Lowell, slumped forward in the driver’s seat. Once the deputies roused Long, they noticed he had glassy, bloodshot eyes and slurred speech. Long was also unsteady on his feet and performed poorly on field sobriety tests. Underwood arrested Long for being in physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Long has been arrested for OVI on five previous occasions within the past 20 years.

* On Nov. 23, Clinton L. Purkey, 40, 5870 County House Lane, Marietta, was riding his motorcycle southbound on County House Lane near Morris Loop Road when his motorcycle malfunctioned, leaving him unable to negotiate a curve. Purkey and his motorcycle careened off the right side of the roadway and crashed into a ditch. The Reno Emergency Squad transported Purkey to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment to minor injuries.

* On Nov. 23, Larry Clevenger, 52, 2274 Tick Ridge Road, Lower Salem, reported two pressure washers were stolen from a property he owns at 2265 Tick Ridge Road. Clevenger estimates the two Troy Bilt washers are worth a total of $500.

* On Nov. 24, the Marietta Fire Department transported a 12-year-old St. John’s School student to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment to a laceration on his upper right leg. The boy was attempting to climb down the school’s flagpole after unsuccessfully attempting to untangle the ropes when his pants became caught on the wrapping hooks. When the student jumped down he suffered a 1.5-inch laceration, which required stitches. He was treated and released from the hospital.

* On Nov. 24, Michael Tantao, 32, 1010 Atkins Bay, San Antonio, Texas, reported sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) cut 265 feet of welding lead from his truck parked at Harris RV Park at 26 Merchant Lane, Newport. Another resident at the RV park also reported having items stolen from his truck during the same time.

The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail Monday and Tuesday:

* Makaila Ann Norman, 19, 39 Palace Lane, Glendenning, W.Va., for theft and for two counts of forgery, all felonies. Norman was arrested in Common Pleas Court by Deputy Sheriff Sheaves and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Brenan Alexandra Molden, 21, 3500 12th Ave., Parkersburg, for theft, a felony. Molden turned herself in to Sgt. Reeder at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and was processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Derek Eugene Petry, 34, 260 Mechanic St., Macksburg, for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Petry was arrested in Common Pleas Court by Deputy Sheriff Sheaves and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Christopher Michael Factor, 36, 5157 N. State Route 39, Shelby, Ohio, for contempt of a court order, a felony. Factor was picked up at the Seneca County Jail by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Jeanette Renne Cline, 37, 53371 State Route 681, Reedsville, for failure to appear, a misdemeanor. Cline was arrested in Belpre by Lt. Rhodes of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail.

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MARIETTA – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports and charges on Nov. 26.

* On Nov. 22, Deputy Sheriff Reeder requested warrants for Jason Lauderman, 26, 210 Cedar St., Marietta, for assault, unauthorized use of a vehicle and two counts of automobile theft. Lauderman was at a party with his girlfriend, Mikayla Haskell, 20, 153 Dickens Drive Apt. 25, Mineral Wells, at a residence on Luke Chute Road when he took Haskell’s keys and entered her vehicle. Haskell attempted to remove the keys from the ignition because Lauderman had been drinking, at which point Lauderman shoved her to the ground. Lauderman then reversed the vehicle and ran over Haskell’s right foot. He abandoned the vehicle on railroad tracks on Sparling Road. Lauderman’s exploits continued, as he stole a truck from Globe Metallurgical and crashed it on Sparling Road approximately three quarters of a mile from where he abandoned Haskell’s vehicle. Lauderman attempted to steal another truck from the property of Clinton Denton, 66, at 785 Swift Road, Waterford. Lauderman was able to enter and start Denton’s truck but was not able to drive it from the scene after he ran over a large log and got caught up on it. In addition to cuts and scrapes, Haskell suffered a laceration to her foot that required several stitches to close.

* On Nov. 25, an employee of C&C Dodge, 1305 Pike St., Marietta, reported sometime overnight three suspects entered a fenced area at the business and stole a set of four tires and rims. The estimated value of the stolen items is $2,500.

The following suspect was processed into the Washington County Jail Tuesday:

* Michael Von Richards, 37, 1365 McGill Road, Vincent, for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Richards was arrested in Common Pleas Court by Deputy Sheriff Sheaves and processed into the Washington County Jail.

There are 72 men and 21 women being housed in the Washington County Jail.

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MARIETTA – Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports and charges on Nov. 24:

* On Nov. 21, deputy sheriff McPeek requested summonses for Christina M. Bailey, 38, and her daughter, Kari D. Voshel, 25, both of 3840 Patten Mills Road, Stockport, for disorderly conduct by fighting. Voshel said she argued with her mother over some issues. The argument escalated to the point where Voshel and Bailey began slapping each other. Voshel and her husband agreed to stay elsewhere for the evening to avoid further problems.

* On Nov. 21, a 32-year-old Macksburg resident reported her 8-year-old daughter told her that her bus driver slapped her right shoulder on the ride home from school that afternoon. This case remains under investigation.

* On Nov. 21, deputy sheriff McPeek investigated reports that a truck of teenagers were throwing eggs at vehicles and homes in the area of Newbury Road in Little Hocking. The suspects threw eggs against at least a half dozen vehicles and one home.

* On Nov. 22, Matthew C. Rector, 21, 11725 Hoover Lane, Fredericksburg, Va., was traveling northbound on Interstate 77 when he encountered black ice near milepost 14. Rector’s Jeep Wrangler slid into the median strip, where it rolled once and came to rest upright. The vehicle sustained moderate damage. Rector was not injured.

* On Nov. 22, deputy sheriff Reeder requested a summons for Jason A. Lauderman, 26, 210 Cedar St., Marietta, for violating the terms of a protection order. A day earlier, Lauderman phoned and sent text messages to a Marietta resident in violation of a protection order she has against him.

* On Nov. 23, the Beverly Emergency Squad transported Eric Schaad, 36, 115 Anderson Lane, Waterford, to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment to burns he suffered at Globe Metallurgical at 1595 Sparling Road, Waterford. Schaad was attempting to tap a tank of molten metal to drain or transfer it when it splashed onto his arms and chest and under his facemask onto his nose and upper lip. Schaad was transferred to the burn unit at Ohio State Medical Center for additional treatment.

* On Nov. 23, deputy sheriff Huffer and the Reno Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to a fire outside the residence of Tony L. Carpenter, 44, at 1902 Sandhill Road, Marietta. Carpenter was burning a small pile of trash when the wind caused the fire to spread to the surrounding area. The fire was quickly extinguished and did not cause damage to any property.

The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Friday and Monday:

* Danielle Dawn Tanner, 37, 1030 1/2 Ann St., Parkersburg, for failure to appear and for breach of recognizance, both misdemeanors. Tanner was arrested at Marietta Memorial Hospital by Patrolman Hanson of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Brian Russell Morgan Jr., 32, 319 Simpson St., Marietta, for obstructing official business and for breach of recognizance, both misdemeanors. Morgan was arrested on Linwood Avenue by Patrolman Harlow of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Brittany Maria Martin, 29, 1234 St. Marys Ave., Parkersburg, for breach of recognizance, failure to appear and obstructing official business, all misdemeanors. Martin was arrested on Linwood Avenue by Patrolman Harlow of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Eldon Ray Pierce Jr., 38, 704 Elm St. Apt. 2, Belpre, for two misdemeanor counts of failure to appear. Pierce was arrested at Iddings Trucking by Deputy Sheriff McPeek and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Eric Mahlon Monroe, 27, 1523 Darlington Ave., Youngstown, for OVI, a misdemeanor. Monroe was arrested near the intersection of Third and Greene streets by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* David Alan Long, 54, 5940 Lowell Hill Road, Lowell, for being in physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor. Long was arrested in Lowell by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Bernard Lee Prescott Jr., 37, 3372 Bunker Lake Boulevard, Ham Lake, Minn., for disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. Prescott was arrested on Maple Street by Patrolman Harlow of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Aaron Michael Wagner, 20, 812 Walnut St., Belpre, for disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. Wagner was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Holiday of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Dallas Willey Farnsworth, 41, 708 Front St. Lot 22, Marietta, for two misdemeanor counts of theft. Farnsworth was arrested in Marietta by Patrolman Wenzel of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Danny Lee Flowers, 54, 100 Crestlyn Court, Marietta, for disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. Flowers was arrested in Marietta by Patrolman Harlow of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

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MARIETTA – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on Nov. 21.

* Nov. 20, Lt. Norman and Sgt. Reeder responded to a domestic dispute at 117 Elm St., Beverly. Kasey Bell, 29, said his wife began yelling at him while they were outside their residence and they subsequently were involved in a pushing match with the door of their trailer that broke the door. Neither party reported being in fear for their safety during the incident. As a result, Norman closed this case as unfounded.

* On Nov. 20, Ivan D. Nunn, 34, 460 Coal Run Drive, Lowell, reported someone Nov. 17-18 entered his unlocked vehicle and stole his vehicle. This case remains under investigation.

* On Nov. 21, Deputy Huffer responded to the scene of death of a 74-year-old Grandview Township resident. The man’s death appears to be due to natural causes.

The following suspect was processed into the Washington County Jail Thursday:

* Gary Lee McFadden II, 44, 210 S. Fifth St., Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. McFadden was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Warden of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 20.

There are 79 men and 22 women housed in the Washington County Jail.

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MARIETTA – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports on Nov. 20.

* On Nov. 19, Deputy Sheriff Carr and the New Matamoras Fire Department responded to a fire at 3575 Rinard Mills Road, New Matamoras. Two individuals cutting firewood in the area first noticed the fire in the gas pumping station building and observed electricity arcing from the area of the station’s compressor. The building and its contents were a total loss. The fire’s origin does not appear to be suspicious in nature.

* On Nov. 20, Irma Chutes, 56, 102 Simpson St., Marietta, reported her estranged husband made several comments to her that she interpreted as being threatening. Deputy Sheriff Metts spoke to the alleged suspect and determined that no act of domestic violence occurred.

* Kayla Dale Bates, 29, 43891 Rich Valley Road, Caldwell, was arrested for violating the terms of her probation, a felony. Bates was arrested in Beverly by Patrolman Perine of the Beverly Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 19 at 2:55 p.m.

* Christian Marc McCarty, 23, 125 Hickory St., Lower Salem, was arrested for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. McCarty was arrested at the Adult Probation Office by Patrolman Warden of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 19 at 4:24 p.m.

* Benjamin Randall Bruce, 25, 111 W. Montgomery St. Lot 23, Marietta, was arrested for illegal conveyance of items into a detention facility, a felony. Bruce was picked up at the Ross Correctional Institution by Deputy Sheriff Sheaves and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 19 at 5:57 p.m.

* Troy Justin Mowery, 23, 602 Washington Square, Marietta, was arrested for three misdemeanor counts of domestic violence. Mowery was arrested in Marietta by Patrolman Sury of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 19 at 7:09 p.m.

* Matthew Dennis Mendenhall, 31, 795 Greene St., Newport, was arrested for three counts of burglary and three counts of theft of drugs, all felonies. Mendenhall turned himself in to corrections officers and was processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 19 at 7:26 p.m.

* Anthony Wayne Martin, 38, 1010 Florence St. Apt. 3, Belpre, was arrested for assault, a misdemeanor. Martin was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Greathouse of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 20 at 5:14 a.m.

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MARIETTA – The Washington County Sheriff’s Department released the following reports and charges on Nov. 17.

* On Nov. 14, Charles D. Lewis, 43, 4630 State Route 339, Vincent, reported he recently discovered that his debit card information was used in New York to make two purchases totaling approximately $90.

* On Nov. 15, Lt. Rhodes arrested Raina S. Ruble, 21, 1622 Oak St., Parkersburg, for OVI. Stopped near the Putnam Street bridge for operating a vehicle with an expired registration, Ruble had an odor of alcohol. Though she admitted consuming only one mixed drink, Ruble performed poorly on field sobriety tests. At the Washington County Jail, Ruble tested .143 BAC.

* On Nov. 15, Charles W. Kidd, 58, 6649 Anderson Road, Waterford, reported when he returned to his residence after being away for a brief period he noticed his bedroom window was broken. Kidd inventoried his belongings and determined nothing was stolen from his home.

* On Nov. 15, Lt. Rhodes issued a citation to Kyle D. Bailey, 28, 33400 Bush Road, Reedsville, for driving under a suspended license. Rhodes stopped Bailey on U.S. 50 near the Athens County line in Belpre Township.

* On Nov. 15, Brent S. Mullins, 19, 815 Warrior Drive, Vincent, was pulling his Buick sedan into a parking stall at Dollar General at 10282 State Route 550, Vincent, when his brakes failed and caused him to strike the building. This caused minor damage to the structure.

* On Nov. 15, Rowena Goodwin, 44, 113 Mitchell’s Lane, Marietta, reported she believes a relative stole three bottles of her prescription medication while he visited her residence that afternoon.

* On Nov. 15, deputies and detectives responded to the scene of death of a 26-year-old Adams Township resident. Though no foul play is suspected in the woman’s death, she was sent to Montgomery County for an autopsy.

* On Nov. 16, an employee of Dollar General, 10200 State Route 60, Lowell, reported an unknown suspect stole the donation jar from the store’s front counter. The amount of money in the jar is unknown.

* On Nov. 16, Terry Perdew, 52, 150 Silver Globe Road, Marietta, reported an unknown suspect(s) forced open the front door to his residence. While investigating the report, Deputy Sheriffs Carr and McConnell noticed an odor of marijuana. Given permission to search the home, the deputies discovered a marijuana pipe and nearly 17 grams of marijuana. Perdew said the suspect that pried open his door could have been looking for his marijuana. Based on their investigation, McConnell requested summonses for Perdew for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Friday and Monday:

* Bradly David Wells, 33, 419 S. Franklin St., Nelsonville, for nonsupport of dependents, a misdemeanor. Wells was picked up in Michigan by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Samantha Rae Smith, 24, 30 Abicht Drive, Newport, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Smith was arrested at her residence by Deputy Sheriff McKee and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Tabitha Mae Smith, 33, 407 Stone Road, Belpre, for domestic violence and for disorderly conduct by fighting, both misdemeanors. Smith was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Heddleston of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Bryan Edward White, 35, 1857 Seventh St., Parkersburg, for being a fugitive from justice, a felony. White was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Heddleston of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Raina Shae Ruble, 21, 1622 Oak St., Parkersburg, for OVI, a misdemeanor. Ruble was arrested on the west side of Marietta by Lt. Rhodes of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Joshua Alan Beaver, 34, 605 1/2 Main St., New Matamoras, for contempt of a court order, a misdemeanor. Beaver turned himself in to probation officer Willson and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* David Andrew Walker, 28, 2836 Sealy Ridge Road, Vincent, for two felony counts of theft. Walker was arrested at his residence by Sgt. Reeder of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Erick Alan Cline, 28, 309 Maple St., Belpre, for obstructing official business, driving under a suspended license, failure to signal and failure to appear, all misdemeanors. Cline was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Tewanger of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

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MARIETTA – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports and charges on Nov. 14.

* On Nov. 13, an employee of Stonebridge Operating Co. reported someone entered the company’s storage trailers near milepost eight on County Road 9 and stole oil well parts. The suspect(s) stole 2,000 pounds of property that was worth a total of $14,000.

* On Nov. 13, Linda D. Miller, 57, 1080 Walsh Road, Vincent, reported she was involved in an argument with her 35-year-old step-son. Miller claimed her stepson threw a can of beer at her but Deputy Sheriff McPeek could not find evidence that the step-son did so. The step-son admitted being involved in an argument but denied making any threats or throwing anything at Miller. He agreed to spend the night elsewhere to avoid further problems. Based on his investigation, Deputy McPeek closed this case as unfounded.

* On Nov. 13, Lt. Gherke responded to a domestic dispute at 714 McGill Road, Vincent. Ericka A. Stout, 33, and her husband struggled for a mobile phone during an argument over ending their marriage. The involved parties blamed the other for initiating the altercation and provided conflicting stories about the dispute. Lt. Gherke will contact the law director’s office to determine if any charges are warranted in the case.

* On Nov. 13, Joyce A. Walker, 37, 200 Edmar Ave., Marietta, reported she recently noticed pills were missing from a prescription bottle in her bathroom. This case remains under investigation.

* James Curtis Parmiter, 32, 200 Pennock Drive Lot 33, Beverly, was arrested for a felony charge of tampering with evidence and a misdemeanor charge of failure to appear. Parmiter was picked up at the Chillicothe Correctional Institution by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 12 at 4:54 p.m.

* Danielle Anne Dalton, 22, 1663 Lincoln Heights, Pomeroy, was arrested for violating the terms of her probation, a felony. Dalton was picked up at the Middleport Jail by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 12 at 5:08 p.m.

* Anna Farrah Walters, 27, 612 Putnam St., Parkersburg, was arrested for disorderly conduct by fighting, a misdemeanor. Walters was arrested on Ohio 7 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 12 at 5:22 p.m.

* William Edward Bartges Jr., 41, 210 Maple St., Newport, was arrested for a felony charge of domestic violence and for misdemeanor charges of domestic violence and aggravated menacing. Bartges was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Johnson and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 12 at 7:24 p.m.

* Gabrielle Elizabeth Rhoton, 18, 1380 Brackenridge Road, Vincent, was arrested for theft and for violating the terms of her probation, both misdemeanors. Rhoton was arrested in Marietta by Probation Officer Ferrell and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 12 at 7:55 p.m.

* Brent Jason Sidwell, 32, 1045 Ridgewood Blvd., Belpre, was arrested for intimidation of a witness, a felony. Sidwell was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff McPeek and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 12 at 8:38 p.m.

* Michael James Shrader, 53, 1681 E. Main St., Lancaster, Ohio, was arrested for failure to appear, a felony. Shrader was picked up at the Fairfield County Jail by Deputy Sheriff Doak and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 12 at 8:52 p.m.

* John Gay Sims, 55, 2305 Miller Ave., Belpre, was arrested for giving false information to avoid a ticket, for failing to reinstate his operator’s license and for not wearing a seat belt, all misdemeanors. Sims was arrested by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 13 at 1:53 a.m.

* Shean Daniel Sparks, 30, 430 Douglas Ave., Marietta, was arrested for nonsupport of dependents, a misdemeanor. Sparks was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Huffer and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 13 at 3:10 p.m.

* Corey Enos Singer, 35, 1042 Hadley Lane, Marietta, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and for two counts of aggravated menacing, all misdemeanors. Singer was arrested on Seventh Street by Patrolman Blasko of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 13 at 3:52 p.m.

* Carl Wayne Smith, 28, 96 Boaz Garden Drive, Williamstown, was arrested for theft, a misdemeanor. Smith was arrested at Kroger by Patrolman Kramer of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 13 at 4:45 p.m.

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MARIETTA – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports and charges on Nov. 12:

* On Nov. 7, Deputy Sheriff Reeder arrested Tyrone A. Taylor, 49, 112 Sylvan Way, Marietta, for burglary, kidnapping and domestic violence. The previous evening Taylor barged into his ex-girlfriend’s home at 250 Ferncliff Drive, Marietta, police said. Inside the home, Taylor’s ex-girlfriend, Angela Dowler, 51, was with a male partner. Taylor threatened to kill both subjects and proceeded to punch and slap Dowler, police said. Taylor then grabbed Dowler’s arm, pulled her from the residence, forced her into his vehicle and drove to his home. No further violence took place and Taylor returned Dowler to her home the next day.

* On Nov. 10, James Cunningham, 71, 110 Keyser St., Marietta, reported over the weekend an unknown suspect(s) stole two saws, a hammer drill and a level from a toolbox in the bed of his truck.

* On Nov. 10, Barbara J. Ruth, 84, 585 Joe Skinner Road, Belpre, reported she was contacted multiple times over the weekend by individuals who claimed she won $2.5 million and a Mercedes. In order to receive the prizes, the callers told Ruth to obtain GreenDot cards and to send them the card numbers. Ruth purchased three cards totaling $1,300. This case remains under investigation.

* On Nov. 10, Michael S. Orr, 23, 102 Wood St., Marietta, reported four days earlier an unknown suspect(s) stole two tires, a stereo, a chain and tools from an inoperable truck he has parked at his former residence at 1594 Michaelis Road, Marietta.

* On Nov. 10, a subcontractor at Kraton Polymers, 2419 State Route 618, Belpre, reported a disgruntled former employee left several harassing phone messages. Questioned by Deputy Sheriff Augenstein, the ex-employee said he was only venting and did not make any threats. Augenstein concluded that no crime occurred.

* On Nov. 11, Michael L. Wagner, 49, 16650 State Route 550, Marietta, reported he was jogging along Wynnwood Drive on Nov. 4 when a Jack Russell terrier charged at him and bit him on his right calf. Wagner did not desire to pursue charges against the dog owner; he only wanted to verify the dog was current on its shots. Deputy Sheriff Augenstein spoke to the dog’s owner and confirmed the dog had its shots.

* The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Monday and Wednesday:

* Chelsey Danielle Bills, 23, 270 Hendricks St., Newport, for breach of recognizance and for disorderly conduct by intoxication, both misdemeanors. Bills was arrested in Marietta Municipal Court by Patrolman Kramer of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Heather Nicole Cooper, 34, 148 Dawes Circle, Marietta, for a felony charge of possession of heroin and two misdemeanor counts of possession of drug abuse instruments. Cooper was arrested at Kroger by the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Timothy Edward Blair, 51, 37903 County Road 17, Dexter City, for OVI and failure to signal, both misdemeanors. Blair was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Krystal Brittany Lockwood, 23, Walden Street, Coolville, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Lockwood was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Tewanger of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* William Joseph Saylor, 34, 502 Wooster St., Marietta, for theft, a felony. Saylor turned himself in to corrections officers and was processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Dana Michelle Steele, 30, 502 Wooster St., Marietta, for theft, a felony. Steele turned herself in to corrections officers and was processed into the Washington County Jail.

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MARIETTA – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports and charges on Nov. 10.

* On Nov. 7, Deputy Sheriff McPeek requested a warrant for William E. O’Brien, 50, 889 Whealdon Road, Cutler, for domestic violence. A family member reported O’Brien was intoxicated, had a gun and threatened to shoot his wife, Sara, 48. O’Brien was allegedly angry that he was missing some tools and said “someone was going to jail or going to get shot.” The family member heard a gunshot and observed O’Brien leaving in his vehicle.

* On Nov. 8, Deputy Sheriff Reeder responded to the scene of death of an 86-year-old Muskingum Township resident. The man’s death appears to be due to natural causes; no foul play is suspected.

* On Nov. 8, Deputy Sheriff Reeder encountered what appeared to be an intoxicated female walking along Ohio 7 near Lockhart Street. The woman was unsteady on her feet and slurred her speech, but did not test positive for alcohol. Initially arrested for disorderly conduct by intoxication, the woman received treatment at Marietta Memorial Hospital for a large cut on her foot. At the hospital, Reeder learned that the conditions the woman exhibited were not due to alcohol but to hepatic encephalopathy. Medical personnel said the symptoms were caused by toxins that were building up in the woman’s system as a result of liver failure and that bringing her to the hospital saved or prolonged her life. No charges were filed.

* On Nov. 8, deputies and detectives investigated a break-in at the Misty Blue at 1755 Ohio 821, Marietta. Security footage showed two white males inside the bar at 5:14 a.m. walking around the inside. The suspects wore masks and entered the bar by prying open a door. The bar’s owner said the suspects pried open the door to a storage room where she formerly kept a safe but did not steal anything, except for $4 from a tip jar.

* On Nov. 9, Crystal G. Eldridge, 34, 416 Phillips St., Marietta, reported her husband, Ronnie Goad, 40, 3065 Lowell Hill Road, Lowell, assaulted her. While Eldridge was at her husband’s residence to discuss their relationship, Goad began yelling at her and calling her derogatory names. During the dispute, Goad grabbed Eldridge by the arm and shoved her onto a couch. As Eldridge packed her belongings inside the home, Goad damaged the windshield of her vehicle with an unknown object. Eldridge was able to flee the scene. Based on his investigation, Deputy Huffer arrested Goad for domestic violence and criminal damaging and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

* Hoyt Tillman Adkins Sr., 76, 200 Martin Road, Reno, was arrested for violating the terms of a protection order, a misdemeanor. Adkins was arrested in New Matamoras by Patrolman Blamble of the New Matamoras Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 7 at 10:30 a.m.

* James Michael Ashwell, 24, 1752 Forrest Hills Drive, Vienna, was arrested for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Ashwell was picked up at the North Central Regional Jail by Deputy Sheriff Sheaves and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 7 at 12:03 p.m.

* Samantha Joy Hardie, 34, 70 Walnut Drive, Whipple, was arrested for theft, a felony. Hardie was picked up at the Ohio Reformatory for Women by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 7 at 2:08 p.m.

* Alpensie Lee Harris, 47, 929 Market St., Parkersburg, was arrested for theft, a misdemeanor. Harris turned himself in to corrections officers and was processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 7 at 9:15 p.m.

* Tyrone Anthony Taylor, 49, 112 Sylvan Way, Marietta, was arrested for felony charges of burglary and kidnapping and a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence. Taylor was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Reeder and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 7 at 9:47 p.m.

* Tasha Karria Mitchell, 24, 3261 School House Road, Little Hocking, was arrested for assault, a misdemeanor. Mitchell was arrested at her residence by Deputy Sheriff Johnson and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 8 at 12:14 p.m.

* Sean Michael Adkins, 26, 715 Barclay St., Lot 32, Belpre, was arrested for driving under an FRA suspended license and for operating a vehicle without a license, both misdemeanors. Adkins was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Williams of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 8 at 1:31 p.m.

* Ronnie Daniel Goad, 40, 416 Phillips St., Marietta, was arrested for felony charges of domestic violence and violating the terms of his parole and a misdemeanor charge of criminal damaging. Goad was arrested in Lowell by Deputy Sheriff Huffer and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 9 at 11:04 p.m.

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MARIETTA – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports and charges on Nov. 7.

* On Nov. 6, deputies and detectives responded to the scene of death of a 53-year-old Muskingum Township resident. Though the cause of the woman’s death does not appear suspicious, she was sent to Montgomery County for an autopsy.

* On Nov. 6, a 50-year-old Cutler resident reported he found a duffel bag containing jars of marijuana in his garage. Also in the bag were a toolbox with prescription pill bottles of marijuana and marijuana seeds inside it. This case remains under investigation.

* On Nov. 7, a corrections officer was supervising inmate workers near 5510 Ohio 26, Marietta, when he discovered a duffel bag over the side of a guardrail. Inside the bag were a small safe, a silver necklace and some insignificant items. This case remains under investigation.

* Jeremy Ray Braun, 30, 1080 Walsh Road, Vincent, was arrested for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Braun was arrested at the office of probation officer Gilchrist and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 6 at 8:08 p.m.

* Jeffrey Roger Gartrell, 42, 706 Mitchell Ave., Beverly, was arrested for violating the terms of a protection order, a misdemeanor. Gartrell was arrested by Patrolman Oliver of the Beverly Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 6 at 8:40 p.m.

* Kyle Casey Morrison, 18, 501 32nd St., Parkersburg, was arrested for felony charges of failure to appear and violating the terms of his probation and misdemeanor charges of theft, receiving stolen property and uttering. Morrison was arrested on the west side of Marietta by Patrolman Linscott of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 6 at 9:02 p.m.

* Jeffrey Allen Oliver, 34, 272 Ridgewood Drive, Marietta, was arrested for rape, a felony. Oliver was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Estes of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 6 at 9:39 p.m.

* Aaron Richard Bartlett, 53, 3 Randolf Drive, Parkersburg, was arrested for driving under a suspended license and for driving the wrong way on a one-way street, both misdemeanors. Bartlett was arrested in Marietta by Patrolman Estes of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on Nov. 7 at 2:46 a.m.

Washington Sheriff

MARIETTA – The Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports and charges on Nov. 6.

* On Nov. 4, the Little Muskingum, Newport and St. Marys volunteer fire departments battled a large brush fire between Dana’s Run Road, Milltown Road and Kesselring Road in Newport Township. The fire was contained and extinguished after burning approximately 15 acres on the property of Wayne National Forest. No structures or personal property was damaged. The cause of the fire is unknown.

* On Nov. 4, Deputy Sheriff Huffer and the Devola, Fearing, Lowell, Reno and Salem volunteer fire departments responded to a fire at Haas Sales at 75 Highland Ridge Road, Lowell. The fire, which originated in the rear of the business, devastated the building and severely damaged between 10 and 15 tractors, utility vehicles, ATVs and other vehicles inside the business.

* On Nov. 5, Jarrod L. Lang, 34, 4455 Lowell Hill Road, Lowell, reported he discovered a marijuana plant in a wooded area on his property approximately 100 yards from his home. Deputy Sheriff Augenstein located the plant and other gardening items at the end of a path that an unknown suspect(s) made on Lang’s property. Also around the plant were smaller, dead marijuana plants in a flower pot. Augenstein took possession of the items and placed them in evidence for destruction.

* On Nov. 5, the Little Hocking Volunteer Fire Department transported an 18-year-old Little Hocking resident to Marietta Memorial Hospital’s Belpre campus for treatment to a drug overdose. The victim was acting in a bizarre manner and admitted taking acid, smoking marijuana and consuming alcohol. The victim was to be kept for observation. Once toxicology tests are complete, Deputy Sheriff Augenstein may file charges on the victim, officials said.

The following suspect was processed into the Washington County Jail on Wednesday:

* Raymond Floyd Goodwin, 41, 970 Dixon Ridge Road, Lowell, for theft, a misdemeanor. Goodwin was arrested on Faye Avenue by Patrolman Ellenwood of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

Washington Sheriff

MARIETTA – Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports and charges on Nov. 3:

* On Nov. 1, a 13-year-old Independence Township resident was airlifted to Charleston Area Medical Center for treatment to injuries he suffered in a fall. The Newport Squad initially responded to the teenager’s residence and determined the teenager had a serious injury in his hip area. The teenager fell down three steps on the front porch of his home and fractured his pelvis. He received treatment and was released.

* On Nov. 1, Teddi Schwaben, 36, 50 Hazelwood Road, Marietta, reported several thousand dollars were stolen from her teenage daughter’s room. Three acquaintances, Damian Bettinger, 20, 209 Poplar Lane, Marietta; Tanner Smith, 19, 901 Cisler Lane, Marietta, and Zachary Ferguson, 19, 153 Woodland Ave., Marietta, visited Schwaben’s home that evening and allegedly stole $6,000. The money was proceeds from a fundraiser held to help with Schwaben’s daughter’s medical expenses. Questioned about the stolen money, Ferguson and Smith admitted taking the money and returned approximately $1,782, the sheriff’s office said. Both suspects allegedly said they were under the influence of alcohol and narcotics when they took the money and that the $6,000 was split evenly between them. They stated they confessed because Bettinger was blaming them for the theft. Deputy Sheriff McKee arrested Ferguson and Smith for theft. McKee requested a warrant for Bettinger for theft.

* On Nov.1, Deputy sheriffs Augenstein and Metts responded to a domestic dispute at 150 Camelot Road, Belpre. A 17-year-old was involved in a confrontation with her mother over use of a mobile phone and got slapped in the face. The teen’s mother said her daughter does not abide by household rules and slapped her during the incident. Neither party reported they were in fear for their safety during the dispute. Augenstein closed this case as unfounded.

* On Nov. 2, the Beverly-Waterford Squad transported a 48-year-old Waterford resident to Marietta Memorial Hospital for evaluation. The victim made suicidal comments to his wife and in-laws and could not be located for a period of time. When deputies found the victim near Sparling Road, he ran into the Muskingum River. The victim resisted the deputies but they were eventually able to remove him from the water.

* On Nov. 2, Deputy Sheriff Metts requested a summons for Anthony T. Hill, 25, 1154 Patten Mills Road, Cutler. Hill’s mother reported that her son was intoxicated and breaking items inside the residence. Anthony Hill is involved in an ongoing feud he has with another individual and was searching the residence for a weapon to assault the individual, officials said.

The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Friday and Monday:

* Iesha Rachelle McFadden, 18, Hillcrest Street, Marietta, for three felony counts of misuse of a credit card. McFadden was arrested by Patrolman Ellenwood of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Timothy David McMahon, 44, 713 Myrtle St., Parkersburg, for operating a vehicle without a license, speeding and for not wearing a seat belt, all misdemeanors. McMahon was arrested by Patrolman Blamble of the New Matamoras Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Dallas Willey Farnsworth, 41, 125 Front St., Marietta, for disorderly conduct and possession of drugs, both misdemeanors. Farnsworth was arrested on Seventh Street by Patrolman Estes of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Charlie Robert Brown Jr., 26, 1601 Hill St. Apt. D, Belpre, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Brown was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Tewanger of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Zachary Ryan Ferguson, 19, 153 Woodland Ave., Marietta, for theft, a felony. Ferguson was arrested on Farson Street in Belpre by Deputy Sheriff McKee and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Tanner John Smith, 19, 901 Cisler Lane, Marietta, for a felony charge of theft and for a misdemeanor charge of violating the terms of his probation. Smith was arrested on Farson Street in Belpre by Deputy Sheriff McKee and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Sarah Leann Chapman, 28, Chapmanville, for OVI and for driving outside the marked lanes of travel, both misdemeanors. Chapman was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Felicia Dawn Wallace, 24, Alderman Street, Marietta, for theft, a misdemeanor. Wallace was arrested at Wal-Mart by Patrolman Ellenwood of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Traci Lea Schwendeman, 42, 205 Bohl Drive, for criminal trespassing and for complicity in theft, both misdemeanors. Schwendeman was arrested at Wal-Mart by Patrolman Ellenwood of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Ira David Blair Sr., 61, 2253 Righteous Ridge Road, Waterford, for two felony counts and a misdemeanor count of failure to appear. Blair turned himself in to corrections officers and was processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Damian Michael Bettinger, 20, 209 Poplar Lane, Marietta, for a felony charge of theft and a misdemeanor charge of violating the terms of his probation. Bettinger turned himself in to Deputy Sheriff McKee and was processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Debra Lee Williams, 20, 236 Francis Road, Lowell, for underage consumption of alcohol, assault and for violating the terms of her probation, all misdemeanors. Williams was arrested at her residence by Lt. Norman of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Corey Wayne Cowan, 24, 530 Millgate Road, Marietta, for unauthorized use of property, misuse of a credit card, trafficking in drugs and possession of drugs, all misdemeanors. Cowan turned himself in to corrections officers and was processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Whitney Ann Jacobs, 25, 122 Tennis Center Drive Apt. 38, Marietta, for three felony counts of trafficking in drugs. Jacobs turned herself in to corrections officers and was processed into the Washington County Jail.

Washington Sheriff

MARIETTA – Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports and charges Oct. 31:

* On Oct. 28, Sgt. Reeder arrested Chelsey D. Bills, 23, 270 Hendricks St., Newport, for disorderly conduct. Reeder was at Mrs. Bills’ residence to investigate a domestic violence incident involving Mrs. Bills and her husband. During the investigation, Mrs. Bills was belligerent with her parents and Reeder, yelling and cursing. Mrs. Bills appeared intoxicated and admitted ingesting alcohol and prescription drugs, officials said. Reeder could find no evidence of domestic violence.

* On Oct. 28, Brandi E. Cline, 24, 9 Spring Ave. Apt. A, Vincent, reported her live-in boyfriend, William Campbell, 26, assaulted her. Enraged over a text message he saw on Cline’s phone, Campbell shoved his girlfriend to the floor and slapped her several times. Cline escaped to a recliner, where Campbell kicked her foot with his booted foot. Campbell then began packing his belongings and as he left the home, swung the duffel bag at Cline’s head. Viewing marks on Cline consistent with her account of the incident, Deputy Sheriff Augenstein arrested Campbell for domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

* On Oct. 30, a Wesley Township resident reported her adult-aged son was highly intoxicated and phoned her to ask for a firearm. The complainant said her son has been depressed and has been having ongoing problems with another individual. The complainant later spoke with Lt. Stackpole and informed him that her son was home and they were arranging to have a mental evaluation at Marietta Memorial Hospital.

The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail Thursday and Friday:

* Joseph Pue Cox, 37, 3866 N. Waggoner Road, Blacklick, Ohio, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Cox was picked up in Franklin County by Deputy Sheriff Doak and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Marcus Gregory Boothby, 19, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Boothby was arrested in Barlow by Probation Officer E. Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Michael Andrew Wallace II, 21, 31 W. Sixth St., Dresden, Ohio, for theft and for receiving stolen property, both misdemeanors. Wallace was picked up in Muskingum County and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Larry Dean Loy, 55, 1222 Williamson Ave., New Matamoras, for felony charges of assault and domestic violence and misdemeanor charges of domestic violence and unauthorized use of a vehicle. Loy was arrested in New Matamoras by Sgt. McLeish of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Letticia Jo Hart, 43, 434 Douglas Ave., Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Hart was arrested on Orchard Street by Patrolman Heddleston of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail.

* Michael Paul Stacy, 37, 816 Leonard Ave., Belpre, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Stacy was arrested at the office of Probation Officer E. Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail.