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Archive of 03-21-04

On 21 Mar 04 Fred Jones, age 48, 2101 Two Mile Run Road, Cutler, reported between 11 am Friday and 5:30 pm Saturday, an unknown suspect(s) stole an Echo GT2000 weed eater and a Poulin self-propelled lawn mower from his yard. This case remains under investigation (1090).

On 21 Mar 04 Fred Jones, age 48, 2101 Two Mile Run Road, Cutler, reported between 11 am Friday and 5:30 pm Saturday, an unknown suspect(s) stole an Echo GT2000 weed eater and a Poulin self-propelled lawn mower from his yard. This case remains under investigation (1090).

On 21 Mar 04 a Marietta woman reported her son was allegedly shoved into a kitchen wall during a visitation with his father. This case remains under investigation (200).

On 21 Mar 04 an Amesville resident turned in items he found at milepost 1 County Road 99, including an Apple Computer monitor, an Amdek monitor, an Apple word processor and four Apple 5.25” floppy disk drives. This case remains under investigation. Anyone with information concerning the owner of these items is requested to call the Sheriff’s Office at 376-7070. (698).

On 21 Mar 04 Ireta M. Evans, age 71, 2035 Cornes Road, Little Hocking, reported an juvenile acquaintance may have entered her home without permission and stole a pair of her underwear. This case remains under investigation (698).

Sgt. Underwood issued the following citations:

On 21 Mar 04 to Brian D. Miller, age 24, 200 Miller Road, Waterford, for traveling 56 mph in a 40 mph zone on State Route 7 in Warren Township.

On 21 Mar 04 to Michelene M. Barnett, age 25, 3634 Madison Road, Cincinnati, for traveling 72 mph in a 55 mph zone on State Route 7 in Belpre Township.

On 21 Mar 04 to Judith K. Legleitner, age 43, 4040 Railroad Street, Belpre, for driving under violator compact suspension and having fictitious registration, while on State Route 618 in Belpre Township.
Deputy Sheriff Kapple issued the following citations:

On 21 Mar 04 to Brian T. Sawyer, age 24, 313 Rose Road, Little Hocking, for driving under a non-compliance suspension, while on State Route 124 in Belpre Township.

On 21 Mar 04 to Jerald L. Jones, age 40, 63470 Arrowhead Road, Cambridge, for traveling 69 mph in a 50 mph zone eastbound on US 50 in the city of Belpre.

On 21 Mar 04 while performing a routine security check at Little Hocking Elementary School, Deputy Sheriff Kapple observed four juveniles grouped near the baseball field’s dugout run away. One juvenile returned and stated he and his friends intended to graffiti the dugout. The other juveniles were located and corroborated their friend’s story. Deputy Kapple subsequently filed affidavits requesting summonses for the two 12 year old and 13 year old males for being unruly.

On 21 Mar 04 Deputy Sheriff Evans was informed that Mick D. Giffin, age 34, 19785 County Road 40, Caldwell, was consuming alcohol during visitation with his children in Beverly, a violation of a temporary protection order. Upon his arrival in Beverly, Mr. Giffin was nowhere to be found. Mr. Giffin later arrived by car and stumbled out of his vehicle and was slurring his speech. Based on this evidence Deputy Evans arrested Mr. Giffin for OVI and violating a protection order and transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 21 Mar 04 Sgt. Hiatt and Deputy Sheriff Mankins were dispatched to 840 Pike Street Apt. 40, Marietta in response to a disturbance. When they arrived, Steven T. Hupp, age 33, 108 Seneca Drive, came staggering out of an apartment with a bloody nose and two black eyes. Mr. Hupp informed Deputy Mankins he was involved in a fight at the Locker Room in Marietta and didn’t have a ride home. Deputy Mankins arrested Mr. Hupp for disorderly conduct by intoxication and while en route to the Washington County Jail, stopped at Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment.

On 21 Mar 04 Jorita Batten, age 65, 1202 Williamson Avenue, New Matamoras reported during the night a truck was doing donuts in the grass on her property between Cline Street and Parkway Townhouses in New Matamoras. This case remains under investigation (500).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Kelly Marie Grayson, age 35, 50 Millers Lane, Marietta, for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Grayson was arrested at her residence by Sgt. Hiatt of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Mar 04 at 12:45 am.

Frederick Gale McKitrick, age 21, 403 Maple Street, Marietta, for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. McKitrick was arrested in Newport by Deputy Sheriff Mankins of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Mar 04 at 1:47 am.

Steven Thomas Hupp, age 33, 108 Seneca Drive, Marietta, for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines and disorderly conduct by intoxication, both misdemeanors. Hupp was arrested at Sierra Apartments by Deputy Sheriff Mankins of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Mar 04 at 4:55 am.

Mick Daniel Giffin, age 34, 19785 County Road 40, Caldwell, for .17 breath OVI and violating the terms of a protection order, both misdemeanors. Giffin was arrested in Beverly by Deputy Sheriff Evans of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Mar 04 at 6:14 am.

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