Archive of 11-25-03
On 25 Nov 03 Deputy Sheriff Eddy investigated
a two car accident in the parking lot of the Washington County
Career Center, 1750 Lancaster Street, Marietta. Due to the
of ice on the rear window of his 1978 Chevy Nova, a 17 year
old male was backing into a parking space with his door open
and struck a parked Chevy S-10 owned by Peggy Mugrage, 226
Deputy Eddy estimated damage as minor and reported no injuries.
On 25 Nov 03 the mother of a 16 year old Warren High School
student reported to the Sheriff’s Office that her daughter
left school without permission between 10:30 and 11:30 am on
25 Nov 03.
This case remains under investigation (1091).
On 25 Nov 03 the mother of a 17 year old Washington County Career
Center student reported her daughter left home for an unknown
friend’s house without permission. The juvenile is also
habitually truant from school and generally unruly. Deputy Sheriff
Malone then an affidavit requesting a summons for the juvenile
for being unruly.
On 25 Nov 03 David Mullen, age 48, 47 Suzanne Street, Little
Hocking, reported that someone stole his daughter’s cell
phone while she was in class at Little Hocking Elementary School
on 24 Nov 03.
This case remains under investigation (586).
On 25 Nov 03 Jason J. Corp, age 30, 20 Hopman Road, Whipple,
reported that his ex-girlfriend allegedly stole and forged six
checks on his closed account. This case remains under investigation
On 25 Nov 03 Robin Mill, 99 Shangri-La Lane, Marietta,
reported a space heater, a 4.5” grinder, a right angle
drill and a leaf blower were stolen from a job site on her
Also stolen were a DVD player with surround sound and 8 –
10 bottles of liquor from a boat docked on her property’s
riverbank. The thefts are believed to have taken place between
14 and 16 Nov 03.
This case remains under investigation (897).
the Sheriff’s Office
received the following warrants:
Debbie L. Milligan, age 28, 3430 Embree Road,
Stockport, OH, for Contempt (fines) for failure to appear at
a Court Ordered hearing on unpaid fines in the sum of $95.00.
Milligan was previously charged with Failure to Register by
the Washington County Sheriff’s Office (698).
Willard G. Bush, age 26, Route 1 Box 60, Newport, OH, for Failure
to Register a Dog. Bush was charged by the Washington County
Troy A. Erb, age 28, Route 2 Box 86B, Lowell OH, for Breaking
& Entering. Erb was charged by the Washington County Sheriff's
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Shane Michael Hardie, age 27, 761 Buckeye Avenue,
Marietta, OH for Telephone Harassment, a misdemeanor.
Hardie was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Sears
of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed
into the County Jail on 25 Nov 03 at 2:05 PM.
Allen Gene Williams, age 30, address unknown, for felony Domestic
Violence. Williams was picked up at the Noble Correctional Facility
by Deputy Sheriff Underwood of the Washington County Sheriff’s
Office and returned to the County Jail to be arraigned on the
above indictment for Domestic Violence. Williams was processed
in the County Jail on 25 Nov 03 at 3:15 PM.
Matthew Ward Cole, age 20, Route 1 Box 68-8 Belpre, OH, for
Probation Violation out of Marietta Municipal Court.
Cole was arrested at the Marietta Municipal Court Probation
Office by Probation Officer Hamilton and processed into the
County Jail on 25 Nov 03 at 3:20 PM.
James Luther Carney Jr., age 51, 824 Main Street Apartment 1,
Lancaster OH, for felony Failure to Appear out of Common Pleas
Court. Carney was picked up at the Correctional Reception Center
in Orient OH by Deputy Sheriff Underwood of the Washington County
Sheriff’s Office and returned to the County Jail to be
arraigned on the above indictment for Failure to Appear.
Carney was processed into the County Jail on 25 Nov 03 at 3:30
Waylon Franklin McCune, age 29, Route 4 Box 234 Marietta, OH
for No Operator’s License and Speed, both misdemeanors.
McCune was arrested on State Route 7 by Trooper Courson of
Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the County Jail
on 25 Nov 03 at 6:10 PM.
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