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NEWS RELEASES FOR MONDAY 28 NOV 16


The following warrant was processed at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office:

Jesse S. Books, 122 Harmar Street, Marietta, for possession drug instruments.

The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Wednesday 23 Nov 16 through Monday 28 Nov 16:

Jeremy Lee Jones, age 39, 350 Columbus Street, Lancaster, for nonsupport of dependents, a misdemeanor. Jones was picked up at the Fairfield County Sheriff’s Office by Deputy Moyers of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Nov 16 at 12:41 pm.

Samantha Ray Haught, age 34, 18707 Young Road, Guysville, for nonsupport of dependents and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, both misdemeanors. Haught was arrested at Veto Lake by Deputy Black of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 24 Nov 16 at 3:33 am.

Amber Elayne Hall, age 25, 535 Hill Road, Bartlett, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Hall was arrested at her residence by Sgt. Mankins of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 25 Nov 16 at 3:45 am.

Nathan Michael Heiss, age 25, 871 Brush Road, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Heiss was arrested at his residence by Deputy Carr of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 25 Nov 16 at 6:16 am.

Jeffrey Edward Jones, age 53, Marietta Mills, Marietta, for two warrants of theft and contempt of court, both misdemeanors. Jones was arrested at Marietta Mills by Patrolman McElroy of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 25 Nov 16 at 3:21 pm.

Clyde Leroy Capps, age 48, 400 N. Seventh Street, Marietta, for disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. Capps was arrested at McDonalds by Patrolman Thomas of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 26 Nov 16 at 12:36 am.

Douglas Scott Vilhauer, age 53, 204 W. Maple Street Parkston, SD, for OVI and assured clear distance, both misdemeanors. Vilhauer was arrested on SR 26 by Trooper Shirer of the Ohio State Highway Patrol and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 27 Nov 16 at 3:00 am.

Felicia Dawn Wallace, age 26, 421 Phillips Street, Marietta, for drug instruments possession and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors. Wallace was arrested on Greene Street by Patrolman Bonnette of the Marietta City Police Department and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 27 Nov 16 at 3:59 am.

Dustin Gregory Haas, age 26, 7575 Bell Road, Cambridge, OH, for probation violation, a felony. Haas was picked up at the Noble County Jail by Sgt. K. Smith of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 27 Nov 16 at 8:09 am.

Stephen Lanise McRhea, age 54, 207 Curtis Boulevard, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. McRhea was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Ellenwood of the Marietta City Police Department and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Nov 16 at 11:50 am.

Terry Travis Riel, age 19, 1600 Camden Avenue, Parkersburg, for burglary and theft, both felonies. Riel was picked up at the North Central Regional Jail by Deputy Malone of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Nov 16 at 12:05 pm.

Juanita Marie Haught, age 27, 2190 Sealy Ridge Road, Vincent, for drug instruments possession and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors. Haught was arrested on School House Road by Deputy Metts of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Nov 16 at 12:50 pm.

Charlotte Anne Johnson, age 19, 1591 Elizabeth Street, Belpre, for contempt of court order, burglary and theft, all felonies. Johnson was picked up at the North Central Regional Jail by Deputy Sheaves of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Nov 16 at 1:25 pm.

There are currently 22 females and 74 males housed at the Washington County Jail.

NEWS RELEASES FOR TUESDAY 29 NOV 16

On 17 Nov 16 Deputy Johnson assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol Post 84 with a road rage incident in the Liberty Township area. This case remains under investigation.

On 18 Nov 16 Deputy McKee met with Scott Kidder, 114 Brant Drive, Marietta, in reference to a Stihl MS660 chainsaw being stolen from Browns Road. The chainsaw is valued over $1500.00. This case remains under investigation.

On 19 Nov 16 Deputy Schwendeman filed second degree misdemeanor criminal damaging charges on Larry Gale Thompson, Jr., age 33, 120 Harmar Street, Marietta, from an incident on 4 Nov 16. Thompson was a Washington County Jail Inmate and was using the telephone in his assigned dorm. Thompson became angry and was observed hitting the phone receiver against the wall-mounted phone approximately four times, causing functional damage to the phone which rendered it inoperable. This damage required a technician from the company to come on site to repair the phone.

On 18 Nov 16 a verbal altercation began at the Washington County Jail between two inmates. Jessica Rose Deeter, age 31, 401 Second Street, Marietta, and another female inmate were in the common area of their dorm while several other inmates were around. Deeter was observed pulling her pants down and bending over in front of the other inmates, exposing her buttocks. Deeter was again observed doing the same act later on in the evening. The witness stated that Deeter was trying to instigate a fight with her. Based on the circumstances of the case Deeter was charged with public indecency, a fourth degree misdemeanor. (612)

On 20 Nov 16 Deputy Metts responded to Camden Clark Memorial Hospital in reference to a 13 year old having a gunshot wound to his hand. There does not appear to be any foul play involved.

On 20 Nov 16 Deputies along with the Reno Volunteer Fire Department Squad responded to 220 Mile Run Road to an unresponsive male subject. No foul play is suspected. (910)

On 20 Nov 16 Deputy J. Hall responded to 712 Front Street, Apt. B, New Matamoras, in reference to a menacing complaint that took place on 19 Nov 16. Christie Stanley reported her son was at a friend’s home for dinner when Brandon S. Bruce, age 19, 27250 State Route 7, pointed a BB gun at the juvenile. Burns reportedly stated that the BBs would probably go through him. Burns asked the juvenile if he could shoot him with the BB gun in which the juvenile advised he was afraid that he would shoot him with the gun. A summons is being requested for Burns, charging him with a fourth degree misdemeanor charge of menacing.

On 20 Nov 16 Deputy Carr responded to 1072 Leith Run Road, in regards to a domestic dispute. It was reported that Rickey McKinney Jr, his wife Sharala McKinney, and Sharala’s son, were helping a friend decorate for Christmas. Mr. McKinney and the juvenile were outside in the garage when McKinney became upset and was yelling at the juvenile for dropping a box of decorations. The juvenile then went back into the residence, with McKinney following after him and attempting to punch him with a closed fist. The juvenile was struck twice, once in the chest and once in the shoulder. Mrs. McKinney noticed what was happening and attempted to break them up, taking her husband outside on the porch. McKinney was still enraged and grabbed her around the neck area. During the struggle both McKinneys went over the railing, breaking the railing, falling onto the ground. Upon Deputy Carr arriving McKinney was calm and stated he had no memory of what happened after they left the garage. Neither party requested a protection order in this matter. Rickey Lynn McKinney, Jr., age 38, 809 Grandview Avenue, New Matamoras, was arrested on two counts of domestic violence and transported to the Washington County Jail for processing.

On 20 Nov 16 Deputy Black was on patrol in the Belpre area when he observed a vehicle turn left without using a turn signal. A traffic stop was initiated in which Joy L. Bunner, 1038 McGill Road, Vincent, was found to be operating a motor vehicle without proof of financial responsibility. A citation for that charge was issued to Bunner.

On 21 Nov 16 Deputy Parks responded along with the Warren Volunteer Fire Department to Midway Machining Inc., 1060 Gravel Bank Road, to a reported fire. The fire was located in the furnace area. There was minimum damage to the business. No foul play is suspected.

On 21 Nov 16 Deputy Parks responded to 8500 State Route 339, Vincent, to investigate a counterfeit bill received at the Par Mar. This case remains under investigation.

On 21 Nov 16 Deputy Huffer was dispatched to 70 Church Street, Vincent, to meet with Tad Kehl. Kehl had been at Hocking Tire, Little Hocking, and after having his vehicle serviced, inadvertently left his cell phone behind. Kehl returned and with the help of Hocking Tire employees was able to view video footage and observe a subject putting the phone in his coat. Contact was made with the subject via the Athens County Sheriff’s Office in which the phone was recovered. Kehl did not wish to pursue charges against the subject and will retrieve his phone from the Athens County Sheriff’s Office.

On 21 Nov 16 Deputy Zide met with Darin Morris, Fairfield Township Trustee, to take into evidence a box of syringes found by the work crew. There is no evidentiary value with the syringes and they will be marked for disposal.

On 21 Nov 16 Deputy Huffer was dispatched to 12590 State Route 550, in reference to a theft compliant. Daniel Reese advised he had a wooden bookcase missing from his property and believed his sister, Susan Berry, had stolen a wooden bookcase. Reese advised his bookcase was recently moved outside on his driveway and Berry made several comments about how much she wanted the bookcase. Reese advised his bookcase is valued well below $1,000 and Berry must have taken it while he was taking a nap during the day which she knows he does. Deputy Huffer proceeded to 870 Rubrake Road to meet with Susan Berry about the bookcase. Berry advised she did not have the bookcase and allowed me to search her property for the item. After looking through several buildings, I located the bookcase in the back of Berry’s pickup truck under a truck bed cover. Berry stated the bookcase in her truck is the one in question but she does not believe Reese owns it. Berry said she believes the bookcase belongs to her mother and took it so she could give it to her mother. Berry apologized for lying to Deputy Huffer and advised she just wanted to give the bookcase to her mother and was afraid Reese would sell it. Berry, age 60, is being charged with theft.

On 22 Nov 16 the Washington County Sheriff’s Office received a call for service to 785 Bender Road, Marietta to a home invasion. Teresa G. Heiss believed she had heard a noise in her garage and upon coming downstairs observed a male subject in her kitchen. The male subject fled from the home, through the garage. Deputies conducted a neighborhood canvas and met with Cory Forshey and Samuel Fourqurean. Both subjects denied any knowledge or involvement in the burglary and advised there was no one else at the home. The residence was searched and Chadwick L Smearman was located hiding in the basement. The victim positively identified Smearman as the person she observed in her home. A pair of shoes, hidden in a bedroom closet, were recovered from the residence, which matched the shoe prints Detectives lifted from the victim's home. Forshey confirmed the shoes belonged to Smearman. Also a gray hoodie and empty Nike black and gray nylon bag were located, which belong to Smearman. Heiss also positively identified the bag as the backpack Smearman was wearing during the burglary. Chadwick Lynn Smearman, age 35, 570 Albright Road, Beverly, was arrested and charged with a second degree felony burglary, a third degree felony tampering with evidence, and a fifth degree felony possession of criminal tools. Forshey later admitted he lied to us about the clothing found in the house and that he knew Smearman was hiding in the house. Forshey further advised Smearman had ran into his house this morning saying "don't say anything don't say anything”. While searching Forshey a Suboxone package, which he does not have a prescription for, was found in his pocket. Cory Dwayne Forshey, age 24, 815 Bender Road, Marietta, was arrested for a fifth degree felony obstructing justice and first degree misdemeanor possession of a schedule III drug. Samuel Joseph Fourqurean, age 20, 208 Clark Street, Belmont, WV, advised he knew Smearman was in the house earlier but thought he left. Deputies found 2 glass smoking pipes, plastic baggies, a metal marijuana grinder, a spoon with residue, 11 hypodermic syringes, less than 1 gram of cocaine, and less than 1 gram of heroin in a backpack belonging to Fourqurean. Fourqurean was charged with fifth degree felonies obstructing justice, possession of heroin and possession of cocaine and fourth degree misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

On 23 Nov 16 Deputy Metts completed a private property accident report where Patricia F. Stille, 3025 Tick Ridge Road, Lower Salem, was parked at a gas pump. Ella Sillman, 115 Charles Street, Newport, backed her 2009 Subaru into Stille’s 2005 Blazer. Both vehicles received light non-functional damage.

On 23 Nov 16 Deputy Black observed a Nissan Altima driving on Greenbrier Circle, Warren Township. Upon speaking with the driver, identified as Kimberly R. Holdren, 345 Green Street, Newport, Deputy Black ran a check on Holdren finding her operator’s license were suspended. A citation was issued to Holdren on that charge.

On 24 Nov 16 Deputy Black observed a female sleeping in a car parked at the Veto Church of Christ. Deputy Black ran a check on the female, Samantha Ray Haught, age 34, 18707 Young Road, Guysville, OH, finding an active warrant for Haught’s arrest. Haught was placed into custody and upon being processed into the jail a baggie of marijuana was located in her purse. Haught was subsequently charged with possession of marijuana.

On 24 Nov 16 Deputy Schwendeman was working at the Washington County Jail when a capias was received from West Virginia for Mark Allen Carey, age 53, 117 Dean Street, Marietta. The capias was signed 23 Nov 15 issued for failure to comply with the terms of his bail. Along with this capias was a copy of the warrant originally issued by the Magistrate Court of Wood County for the defendant on a felony charge of uttering. The information provided by the defendant during his book-in at the Washington County Jail matched the identifying information in the warrant, including name, current address, and date of birth. Carey was being held on felony charges of forgery through the Washington County Common Pleas Court. Charges of fugitive from justice were filed on Carey.

On 24 Nov 16 Deputy Metts along with the Reno and New Matamoras Volunteer Squads were dispatched to New Matamoras regarding an incident with a BB gun. Deputy Metts met at Marietta Memorial Hospital and spoke with the mother of the child who was struck in the head with a BB. No foul play is suspected, and no life threatening injuries were sustained.

On 24 Nov 16 Deputy Black completed an Ohio Traffic Crash Report for Amanda Luttrell, 215 Harmar Street, Marietta. Luttrell was travelling northbound on State Route 7 when a deer entered the roadway, causing Luttrell to strike the deer. Luttrell’s Hyundai Santa Fe received functional damage.

On 25 Nov 16 Sgt. Mankins and Deputy Carr responded to 871 Brush Road, Marietta in regards to a domestic complaint. Deputies met with Amber Hall and Nathan Heiss at the residence, where they admitted to consuming alcohol this evening and provided different variations of the incident. Hall stated that they had been arguing and Heiss became upset with her and began dumping her cosmetics out in the bathroom sink. Hall went to their bedroom and locked the door and Nathan forced the door open and grabbed a shotgun and stated he should shoot her and kill himself. Heiss did not point the gun at Hall, and she knew it was not loaded. Heiss also advised that Hall “flipped out” and began throwing things. Heiss stated that Hall grabbed an unloaded shotgun and he grabbed the ammunition and went outside to the garage. Neither Hall nor Heiss were injured as a result of this incident. The actions of Heiss caused Hall to fear for her safety. The actions of Hall caused Heiss to fear for the small children. Both subjects declined a protection order. Amber Elayne Hall, age 25, 535 Hill Road, Bartlett, was arrested for domestic violence and taken to the Washington County Jail for processing. Nathan Michael Heiss, age 25, was arrested for domestic violence and taken to the Washington County Jail for processing.

On 25 Nov 16 Deputy Parks met with Jason Criswell, 282 Woodlawn Avenue, Belpre, regarding his 1999 Chevy Cavalier was missing. Criswell advised that on 23 Nov 16 Samantha R. Haught called and asked for a ride and he then picked her up in Marietta and took her to his home. Criswell stated that he advised Haught she could stay at his home until someone could pick up her. On 24 Nov 16 upon returning to the home Criswell noted the vehicle missing, along with Haught. Criswell never gave Haught permission to take the vehicle. At the time of this report Haught was incarcerated at the Washington County Jail. Upon speaking with Haught she advised she did take the vehicle without permission. Haught stated she went to purchase cigarettes and upon returning got lost and stopped at the Veto Church. The vehicle was later recovered at this location. A charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was filed on Samantha Ray Haught, age 34, 18707 Young Road, Guysville, OH.

On 25 Nov 16 Deputies were dispatched to 8285 Muskingum River Road in reference to a menacing call. Timi A. Wade stated she had received some threatening and unwanted text messages from her ex-boyfriend, Adam W. Howell, 131 South First Avenue, Paden City, WV. Wade advised this started over her not wanting to have a relationship with him any longer. Wade stated he became extremely irate over some text messages between the two and eventually threatened to come and kill and rape her and her small child. Wade advised these messages were received only after she had informed Howell not to contact her ever again. The whereabouts of Howell were unknown at the time, due to the fact that his last known address was in Paden City, WV. Due to the above contributing circumstances Deputy Zide requested a warrant be issued for the arrest of Adam W. Howell for telecommunications harassment and aggravated menacing.

On 25 Nov 16 Deputy Huffer was dispatched to Warren Township in reference to a possible domestic situation. Upon talking with all parties involved it was determined that the case was unfounded.

The following warrant was processed at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office:

Amanda A. Wallace, 111 Veto Road, Marietta, for failure to appear. Original charge was carrying concealed weapons.

The following suspect was processed into the Washington County Jail on Monday 28 Nov 16:

Jordan Scott Grooms, age 26, homeless, for disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. Grooms was arrested at McDonalds on Pike Street by Patrolman Chapman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Nov 16 at 8:49 pm.

There are currently 22 females and 78 males housed at the Washington County Jail.

NEWS RELEASES FOR WEDNESDAY 30 NOV 16

On 26 Nov 16 Deputies responded to Grandview Township in reference to a possible domestic incident. After speaking with all parties involved it was determined to be unfounded. Case closed. (1104)

On 26 Nov 16 Deputies responded to Liberty Township in reference to a possible domestic/menacing complaint. After speaking with all parties this was determined to be unfounded. (1504)

On 27 Nov 16 Deputy Zide along with other Deputies were dispatched to 27055 State Rt 7, to Dollar General in reference to a theft. Deputy Zide was informed that an unknown male had entered the store and stole a men’s hygiene product. This male was later identified as Brandon Michael Schmidt, age 26, 839 Ridge Street, Marietta, OH. Deputies spoke with Schmidt, in which he admitted to stealing the can of Dove men’s body spray from the Reno Dollar General. The total price of this theft was $5.90. Deputy Zide will be requesting that a summons be issued to Schmidt for one count of theft.

On 27 Nov 16 Deputies responded to Belpre Township in reference to a possible domestic incident. After speaking with all parties involved it was determined to be unfounded. Case closed. (799)

On 27 Nov 16 Deputy Huffer was dispatched to 72 High Street, Vincent, in reference to an assault complaint. Deputy Huffer met with Aaron Schultz, age 19, 72 High Street, Vincent, who advised he was assaulted by James R. Andrews, age 31, 90 Barrett South Road, Vincent,. Schultz advised he and Andrews were outside at a bonfire at this residence when he was randomly attacked by Andrews. Schultz stated Andrews had been drinking homemade wine while the two were together. Schultz later advised he and Andrews were arguing over the holidays and Schultz jokingly called Andrews a “bitch”. Schultz stated Andrews started attacking him by punching him in the face several times and choking him. Schultz stated that he did bite Andrews on the arm twice while Andrews was choking him. Deputy Huffer did observe injuries to Schultz. Deputy Huffer then spoke with Andrews who advised he and Schultz were speaking about the holidays when the two started having a disagreement about the topic. Andrews stated Schultz attempted to punch him but he was able to block the punch and “put one on the ground”. Andrews stated there was no fight between him and Schultz, however Andrews advised Deputies several times that he “put him on the ground”. Andrews stated he backed off and left the area and had no injuries on him from the altercation. Deputies then spoke with a witness who was present during the altercation. The witness stated that Schultz and Andrews started arguing about the holidays, and then the two started into a physical altercation. Deputy Huffer will be requesting summons be issued to Schultz and Andrews for disorderly conduct by fighting.

The following warrants were processed at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office:

Joseph W. Myers, 115 Deer Haven Street, Marietta, for weapons under disability.

Corey L. Smearman, 570 Albright Road, Beverly, for obstructing.

The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail on Tuesday 29 Nov 16:

Thomas Ira Valentine, age 34, 305 Harmar Street, Marietta, for theft, a felony and a probation violation, a misdemeanor. Valentine was arrested on Gilman Avenue by Probation Officer P. Brockmeier of the Marietta City Probation Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 Nov 16 at 3:38 pm.

Grayson Jeffrey Gopp, age 24, 121 Euclid Place, Marietta, for disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. Gopp was arrested on Pike Street by Patrolman Chapman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 Nov 16 at 10:38 pm.

There are currently 22 females and 71 males housed at the Washington County Jail.

NEWS RELEASES FOR THURSDAY 1 DEC 16

On 28 Nov 16 Deputy Metts responded to School House Road, Little Hocking, in reference to a call received reporting that Juanita Haught was making threats about wanting a gun to shoot people. Deputies arrived in the area and located Haught standing along School House Road and upon confirming the identity of Juanita Marie Haught, age 27, homeless, it was discovered that an active warrant out of Athens County was on file for Haught’s arrest. Haught was placed under arrest and upon checking her belongings located a glass smoking device with residue along with a hypodermic needle syringe with a small amount of unknown liquid inside. Haught was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and drug abuse instruments and transported to the Washington County Jail for processing.

On 28 Nov 16 Carl L. Stollar, 70 White Oaks Woods Drive, Apt. 103, Vincent, reported that an out building at 11177 State Route 550, Vincent, had been entered and items stolen. This case remains under investigation. (1007)

On 28 No 16 Deputies along with the Little Hocking Volunteer Fire Department Squad responded to 2360 Briggs Hill Road, Belpre, in reference to an unresponsive male individual. No foul play is suspected. (790)

On 29 Nov 16 Deputy Black observed a motor vehicle enter onto State Route 339, Belpre, which matched the description of a vehicle he was looking for. The vehicle stopped at the car lot and Deputy Black made contact with the driver, William Shoonover, 1807 Beaver Street, Apt. 2, Parkersburg, WV. Dispatch advised that Schoonover’s license had been suspended. A citation was issued to Schoonover for driving under suspension.

The following defendants were recently sentenced in Washington County Common Pleas Court:

Jeremy Michael Self, age 35, 132 Washington Street, Marietta, fourth degree felony, improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, and first degree misdemeanor, OVI, 6 months County Jail.

Mark Allen Carey, age 52, 117 Dean Street, Marietta, fifth degree felony theft, 22 months Orient.

Bobby Christopher Bryant, age 31, 112 Oak Grove Lane, Marietta, fifth degree felony possession of drugs, 30 days County Jail.

The following warrants were processed at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office:

Kenneth A. Ammell, 724 Cumberland Street, Caldwell, OH, for failure to appear.

Phillip A. Martin, 209 Fifth Street, Apt. 2, Beverly, OH, for failure to appear.

David W. Evans, 16051 SR 821, Macksburg, OH, for permitting drug abuse.

Brian T. Long, 109 ½ Wooster Street, Marietta, OH, for failure to appear. Original charge was theft.

Isaak N. Morris, 2411 Morningside Avenue, Parkersburg, WV, for two counts of theft.

Holly Thompson, 1706 Spring Road, Cleveland, OH, for passing bad checks.

The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Wednesday 30 November and Thursday 1 December 16:

Christi Dawn Kestner, age 39, 1002 Tiger Street, Parkersburg, WV, or three warrants for theft, breach of recognizance and breaking and entering, all misdemeanors. Kestner turned herself in to the Washington County Jail and was processed on 30 Nov 16 at 3:05 pm.

Christopher Lee Caldwell, age 34, 101 Twin Bridge Road, Little Hocking, OH, for endangering children, a misdemeanor. Caldwell was arrested by Patrolman Kampmeier of the Marietta City Police Department and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 30 Nov 16 at 4:33 pm.

Joshua James Winland, age 20, 406 Prospect Street, Marietta, OH, for drug possession and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors. Winland was arrested by Patrolman Bonnette of the Marietta City Police Department and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Dec 16 at 1:46 am.

Erick Ryan Jenkins, age 29, 101 Pine Drive, Little Hocking, OH, for possession of drug abuse instruments and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors. Jenkins was arrested by Patrolman Whittington of the Belpre City Police Department and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Dec 16 at 2:56 am.


There are currently 22 females and 73 males housed at the Washington County Jail.

NEWS RELEASES FOR FRIDAY 2 DEC 16

On 30 Nov 16 John E. Duckworth, 370 Duckworth Road, Marietta, reported damage to a grain bin on his property. This case remains under investigation. (1293)

On 1 Dec 16 Delbert D. Cain, 100 Simpson Street, Marietta, was issued a citation for driving under suspension or in violation of license restrictions. (1104)

On 2 Dec 16 Deputy Huffer responded to 366 Arends Ridge Road, Marietta, in reference to a domestic dispute. Pamela L. Gereshenski reported Michael Brian Page, age 49, 492 N. River View Road, Malta, OH, hit her on the left cheek with an unknown object. Gereshenski believed the object was a remote but was unsure. Page denied any violence occurred. Gereshenski reported she was in fear for her safety so she called after being struck. Injuries were observed that were consistent with the information provided. Page was placed under arrest for domestic violence transported to the Washington County Jail and charged with Domestic Violence. Gereshenski requested a Temporary Protection Order.

The following warrant(s) were processed at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office:

Willard G. Bush, Sr., 508 Beaver Creek Road, Lowell, for failure to appear, original charge theft.

Rebecca Lou Sergent, 1320 Caywood Road, Marietta, for failure to appear.

The following suspects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Thursday 1 December 16 and Friday 2 December 16:

Aaron Douglas Schultz, age 19, 72 High Street, Vincent, OH, for probation violation, a misdemeanor. Schultz was arrested at his residence by Probation Officer P. Brockmeier of the Marietta City Probation Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Dec 16 at 11:24 am.

Marus Allan Brown, age 21, 617 Waleters Park Court, Loganville, GA, on warrants for 2 counts of DUS, theft, and drug possession, all misdemeanors. Brown was arrested by Deputy Gerber of the Washington County Sheriff's Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Dec 16 at 1:53 pm.

Jennifer Dawn Taylor, age 36, 171 Onward Road, Williamstown, WV, on a warrant for deception to obtain dangerous drugs, a misdemeanor. Taylor turned herself in to the Marietta City Police Department and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Dec 15 2:57 pm.

Michael Brian Page, age 49, 492 N. River View Road, Malta, OH, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Page was arrested by Deputy Huffer of the Washington County Sheriff's Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 2 Dec 16 at 1:09 am.

Caleb Alexander Harman, age 21, 745 ½ Glendale Road, Marietta, OH, for disorderly conduct intoxication, a misdemeanor. Harman was arrested by Patrolman Ellenwood of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 2 Dec 16 at 7:39 am.

There are currently 23 females and 74 males housed at the Washington County Jail.

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