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Archive of 06-12-04

On 12 Jun 04 Deputy Mankins initiated a traffic stop near the intersection of Second and Scammel Streets after observing the driver of vehicle was operating without his headlights on and failed to stop at a flashing red light. Thereupon speaking with the driver, Deputy Mankins noticed an odor of alcohol and believed the two male occupants to be under twenty-one years of age. After being given a false name Deputy Mankins learned the driver of the vehicle was fifteen years old. He tested above the legal limit on a BAC test and was issued citations for OVI and operating without a license. The passenger, a seventeen year old, was also tested and determined to be under the influence of alcohol. Both juveniles were summonsed to appear in juvenile court and released to the custody of their parents.

On 12 Jun 04 a fifteen year old Marietta resident reported her father hit her. An investigation by Deputy Sheriff Brown concluded the daughter’s actions were unruly and she was attempting to be removed from the home.

On 12 Jun 04 Deputy Sheriff Mankins initiated a traffic stop after observing a vehicle swerve into the right lane as it traveled east on the Putnam Street bridge. In speaking with the driver Deputy Mankins observed an open bottle of beer behind the passenger’s leg and requested the driver, Ira D. Blair, age 19, 65 Beardley Road, Lowell, perform field sobriety. Mr. Blair successfully completed the tests but admitted taking a drink of beer because he was thirsty and was arrested for underage consumption of alcohol. While arresting the passenger, Eric C. Morris, age 22, 179A Smith Drive, Marietta, for consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle Deputy Mankins found brass knuckles in his back pocket, resulting in an additional charge of carrying a concealed weapon. Both were then transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 12 Jun 04 Sgt. Underwood and Deputy Sheriff Norman were dispatched to the Kardex building at 27851 State Route 7, Marietta, in response to a domestic dispute in progress. Gayle Seals, age 19, PO Box 39, Clairington, OH, stated she was collecting her belongings from a vehicle she was exchanging with her estranged husband Teddy, age 28, 581 Old Baker Road, Baker, WV, when he became angry and attempted to pull her from the car. Mrs. Seals’ boyfriend tried to intervene but was pushed by Mr. Seals hard enough to knock his glasses from his face and eventually ended up pulling the boyfriend’s hair and choking him. As a result, Mr. Seals was arrested for domestic violence and assault and transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 12 Jun 04 Deputy Sheriff Mankins was called to the scene of a vehicle fire on State Route 7 near Dana Road in Newport. The driver of the vehicle, David D. Campbell, age 24, 1308 Williamson Avenue Apt. 2F, New Matamoras, stated he left the car along the road because it was making odd noises and overheating. Mr. Campbell left the scene with a relative and the vehicle later caught fire. This case remains under investigation (296).

On 12 Jun 04 Kris Brannan, age 28, 836 Pike Street Apt. 6, Marietta, reported Jason Malone, age 26, 26121 State Route 7 Lot G, Marietta, woke him by banging on his door and upon opening the door Mr. Malone called him a “snitch” and struck him in the face with a fist. Falling to the floor the quarrel continued and ended as Mr. Malone rose and kicked Mr. Brannan in the head several times. Deputy Sheriff Mankins confirmed the sequence of events with witnesses, located Mr. Malone at his residence, arrested him for assault and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 12 Jun 04 the Washington County Sheriff’s began assisting the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office concerning the theft of cash from the safe of a business in Coshocton.

On 12 Jun 04 Traci Pryor, age 43, 16853 State Route 555, reported finding what appeared to be a bullet hole in the window of her vehicle while parked outside her residence. This case remains under investigation (586).

On 12 Jun 04 Margaret E. Reed, age 18, 1520 Orange Road Lot 101, Ashland, OH, reported while patronizing the Pit Stop off exit 6 on Interstate 77, her step-father Rex A. Goodsite, age 42, 1520 Orange Road Lot 101, Ashland, was intoxicated and causing alarm to other patrons of the business. Accordingly, Mr. Goodsite was arrested for disorderly conduct by intoxication transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 12 Jun 04 Deputy Sheriff Eddy investigated a single vehicle accident near mile post six on County Road 9. Zachary D. Holshu, age 18, 170 Bowersock Road, Reno, was negotiating a turn while westbound on the road when he lost control of his Chevy Cavalier in the wet, loose gravel and struck an embankment causing the vehicle to roll over. The vehicle sustained heavy damage while Mr. Holshu and his passenger were uninjured. As a result of the crash Mr. Holshu was issued a citation for failure to control.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Christopher James Brown, age 43, 370 Cisler Ridge Road, New Matamoras, for OVI, no seat belt, operating without a license and driving outside the marked lanes of travel, all misdemeanors. Brown was arrested in New Matamoras by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 12 Jun 04 at 1:05 am.

Robert Edward Carpenter, age 30, 2020 Bear Run Road, Reno, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines and for driving under suspension, both misdemeanors. Carpenter was arrested in Marietta by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 12 Jun 04 at 3:00 am.

Robert Thomas Bowles, age 27, 44604 County Road 23, Coschocton, OH, for OVI and driving outside the marked lanes of travel, both misdemeanors. Bowles was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 12 Jun 04 at 4:40 am.

Brenda Sue Ward, age 48, 409 Ingram Road, Newport, for felonious assault. Ward was arrested at her residence by Detective Sirianni of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 12 Jun 04 at 5:15 am.

Jason Homer Malone, age 26, 26121 State Route 7 Apt. G, Marietta, for assault, a misdemeanor. Malone was arrested on State Route 7 by Deputy Sheriff Mankins and processed into the Washington County Jail on 12 Jun 04 at 7:00 am.

Stephen Carl Vansickle, age 48, 41 Lexington Park Drive, Vienna, WV, for OVI, driving under suspension, no seat belt and failure to control, all misdemeanors. Vansickle was arrested on Watertown Road by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 12 Jun 04 at 4:25 pm.

Teddy Russell Seals II, age 28, 581 Old Baker Road, Lot 8, Baker, WV, for domestic violence and assault, both misdemeanors. Seals was arrested at the Kardex building by Deputy Sheriff Norman and processed into the Washington County Jail on 12 Jun 04 at 5:55 pm.

Rex Allan Goodsite, age 42, 1520 Orange Road Lot 101, Ashland, OH, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Goodsite was arrested at the Pit Stop by Deputy Sheriff Rhodes and processed into the Washington County Jail on 12 Jun 04 at 7:30 pm.

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