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Archive of 06-17-04

BURGLARY SUSPECT WANTED

On 17 Jun 04 the residence of June R. Davis, 215 Third Street, Lowell, was forcibly entered and $6,000 worth of jewelry from a jewelry box was taken. Ms. Davis’ son as well as several neighbors recognized a suspicious individual lurking about the premises. The suspect was identified as Venson E. Moore, age 27, 319 Wall Avenue, Cambridge, OH. A warrant for burglary has been issued for his arrest. The Sheriff’s Office determined that Moore has worked as a contractor painting homes in our area. Moore uses this opportunity to locate jewelry and other valuable to be taken later. A copy of his photograph is attached. Any one who believes Moore has performed work for them in the past is requested to call the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau at 376-7070 ext 37. Click here for a photo. Click here for a photo.

On 17 Jun 04 Deputy Sheriff Malone investigated a hit-skip collision the vehicle’s owner reported happened the previous afternoon in the parking lot of Eagle Fireworks on State Route 7, north of Marietta. While James D. Hammond, Route 1 Box 125, Rockport, WV, was inside the business for a short period of time, an unknown vehicle struck the rear passenger side fender of his 1994 Ford Probe, causing light damage. This incident remains under investigation (586).

On 17 Jun 04 a forty-nine year old Vincent woman reported receiving several threatening phone calls from three acquaintances of hers earlier that day. This case remains under investigation (1203).

On 17 Jun 04 Jerry D. Starkey, age 63, 113 Wilson Avenue, Marietta, reported the front license plate, Ohio, number PCZ 4061, and license plate bracket were stolen off his vehicle between 1 and 17 Jun. This case remains under investigation (107).

On 17 Jun 04 the secretary of the Warren Softball/Baseball Association reported an unknown suspect(s) drove a vehicle through the ball fields and damaged a fence post and several porta johns. This case remains under investigation (1090).

On 17 Jun 04 the son of June R. Davis, age 80, reported his mother’s residence at 215 Third Street, Lowell, was forcibly entered and unknown suspect (s) stole over $6,000 worth of jewelry from a jewelry box in his mother’s room. Ms. Davis’ son as well as several neighbors recognized a suspicious individual lurking about the premises and shortly thereafter Ms. Davis’ son found where the suspect forcibly entered his mother’s home. An investigation determined the vehicle the suspect left the scene in is registered to the suspect’s girlfriend. Consequently, Detective Sirianni requested a warrant for Vincent E. Moore, age 27, 319 Wall Avenue, Cambridge, for burglary.

On 17 Jun 04 David W. Long, age 46, 580 Albright Road, Beverly, reported after loaning an acquaintance a Kawasaki six-wheeler on 12 May 04, the acquaintance has not returned the ATV. Mr. Long believes the acquaintance also took an unused Dewalt generator and dry wall stilts. This case remains under investigation (107).

On 17 Jun 04 Rayanna M. Davis, age 24, 122 Tennis Center Drive Apt. 8, reported succeeding a brannigan with her uncle William J. Williams, age 36, 122 Tennis Center Drive Apt. 9, her uncle became angry and shoved a window air conditioner into her apartment causing damage to the air conditioner and the inside of the apartment. Mr. Williams admitted pushing on the cardboard adjacent to the air conditioner causing it to fall; therefore Deputy Sheriff Mankins requested a summons for Mr. Williams for criminal mischief.

the Sheriff’s Office received the following warrantS:

Michael S. Bachar, age 37, 1088 Ellis Run Road, Cutler, for resisting arrest and disorderly conduct by intoxication on 18 May 04.

Robert Bush, age 46, 600 Main Street Apt. D, Waterford, for harboring a vicious dog and failing to keep said dog securely confined in his premises, in a locked enclosure which has a top or locked fenced yard.

Jason S. Lucas, age 23, Route 83 Box 93, Ellenboro, WV, for violating the terms of his probation by failing to show proof of obtaining a valid operator’s license or to appear to serve three days in jail on 4 Jun 04.

Scott A. Phillips, age 19, 1571 South Third Street, Columbus, OH, for violating the terms of his probation by failing to report for a scheduled meeting on 20 Jun 04, after being sent and signing a certified letter and for failing to make regular fine payments as ordered by the court.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Karen Denise McQueen, age 34, 2616 Division Avenue, Cleveland, OH, for possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. McQueen was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 17 Jun 04 at 3:20 am.

Harold Lee Sanders, age 31, 3414 118th Street, Cleveland, OH, for two felony charges of possession of drugs and a misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. Sanders was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 17 Jun 04 at 4:20 am.

Amy Suzzanne Farnsworth, age 18, 122 Harmar Street, Marietta for two counts of failure to register, two counts of operating without a license, receiving stolen property and possession of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors. Farnsworth was arrested in Marietta by Patrolman Nedeff of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 17 Jun 04 at 8:00 pm.

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