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Archive of 07-08-04

NEW JAIL CLEARED TO OPEN

On Thursday 17 Jun 04 the Washington County Commissioners held a meeting between the Sheriff’s Office, Wachtel & McNalley architects as well as representatives from the Washington County Building Department concerning the functioning of emergency power lighting in the new jail. The building inspector contended the new jail did not conform to standards in the manner that proper egress and emergency power lighting is generated. Rick Smith of Wachtel & McNalley conjected the jail did meet state standards by wiring lighting in parallel such that if one lamp burns out the other will remain illuminated. Similar to other county correctional facilities in the state, the Washington County Jail utilizes an emergency generator as the most cost effective manner to meet the minimum code requirement.

Subsequent to an appeal hearing held in Canton this morning before the Department of Commerce Board of Building Appeals, Mr. Smith informed Sheriff Schlicher that the appeal of the Sheriff’s office was upheld and a variance was granted, resulting in a stay to be issued by 2 to 3 p.m. this afternoon. As a result, the Sheriff’s Office will begin the moving process and the transfer of inmates will be completed over the next two days.

The delay in moving costs the Sheriff’s Office approximately $101 in utilities per day and building loan payments of $670 per day. This estimate does not include the utility and operational costs in maintaining the old jail during the same time period or the revenue lost in the inability to rent excess space to prisoners from neighboring counties.

For more information contact Sheriff Schlicher at 374-7677 or 568-2560 or Captain Jack Brum at 374-7677.

AGGRAVATED BURGLARY AND FELONIOUS ASSAULT

During the late afternoon hours of July 7, 2004 the Sheriff’s Office received a call from April D. Runnion, age 47, 2264 Two Mile Run Road, Cutler, OH concerning Darla Nadine Mayle, age 48, 21345 McGraw Road, Stewart, OH had entered her residence, struck her repeatedly and stabbed her with a tire iron while accusing Runnion with having a sexual affair with her husband. Runnion stated Mayle also bit her repeatedly on the cheek, hand, arm and legs and struck several times with an iron candleholder. Runnion just prior to and during the altercation was engaged in a cell phone conversation with Mrs. Mayle’s husband. Runnion was transported to Camden Clark Hospital for treatment and requested a temporary protection order. Mayle was located in Stewart, OH, arrested by Detectives from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, transported to the Washington County Jail and incarcerated. She is being held in lieu of $135,000.00 bond pending an appearance in Marietta Municipal Court. Further questions may be directed to Detective Brian Schuck at (740) 516-1631.

On 8 Jul 04 Lt. Wilson initiated a traffic stop on Fearing Street near Harmar Street in Marietta after observing a vehicle travel completely into the opposite lane of travel. In speaking with the driver, Keith M. Miller, age 31, 319 Oakwood Avenue, Marietta, Lt. Wilson noticed a strong odor of alcohol and Mr. Miller had glassy, bloodshot eyes. Mr. Miller admitted he had been drinking and failed the horizontal nystagmus test and standard field sobriety tests. Consequently, Lt. Wilson arrested Mr. Miller for OVI and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 8 Jul 04 Jesse C. Beacham, age 49, 301 Cisler Lane, Marietta, reported an unknown suspect punctured the left rear tire on his Pontiac Bonneville between 11 and 11:30 pm last night. This case remains under investigation (598).

On 8 Jul 04 Deputy Sheriff Mankins investigated a hit-skip collision in the parking lot of Marietta Cycle Center at 1100 Pike Street in Marietta. Mark C. Arbogast, age 43, 746 Maple Street, New Martinsville, WV, left the business in an irate state, unaware that he backed into a gas meter with his Mercury Grand Marquis. Light damage was a done to the vehicle and the gas meter as a result of the collision.

On 8 Jul 04 Deputy Sheriff Mankins issued a citation to Heather D. Francis, age 29, 35 Maple Street, Newport, for driving under a suspended license. Deputy Mankins stopped Ms. Francis at IGA on State Route 7 in Newport.

On 8 Jul 04 a fifty-one year old New Matamoras woman reported she has been receiving hang-up and generally harassing phone calls since the first of June. This case remains under investigation (296).

On 8 Jul 04 Deputy Sheriff Malone was dispatched to the home of Ellen Patterson, age 33, 817 Masonic Park Road Lot 3, Marietta, regarding a domestic violence complaint. Ms. Patterson stated the father of her child, Charles A. Hackney Jr., age 33, 503 Ferguson Street, Marietta, came to her home in an agitated state and knocked on the door. When Ms. Patterson opened the door Mr. Hackney grabbed her ankle and began an irruption of profanities. Determining Ms. Patterson was in fear for her safety, Deputy Sheriff Wells located Mr. Hackney at his residence, arrested him for domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 8 Jul 04 Leah N. Way, age 78, 1700 Cats Creek Road, Lowell, reported an unknown suspect entered her home between the evening of 4 Jul and the morning of 5 Jul and stole her Bulova watch off a dressing table in her bedroom. No sign of forced entry was detected. This case remains under investigation (200).

On 8 Jul 04 a twenty-two year old Vincent woman reported her ex-boyfriend threatened her via the telephone. This case remains under investigation (592).

On 8 Jul 04 Deputy Sheriff Evans responded to a domestic violence complaint at a home on Burnett Road in Cutler. The home’s seventeen year old resident stated she took her child to 1510 Burnett Road for the child’s father, Charles C. Carpenter Jr., age 19, to babysit while she ran errands. The baby began to cry and Mr. Carpenter started yelling at the baby to shut up. The upset mother entered Mr. Carpenter’s home to call her mother but Mr. Carpenter yanked the phone away and pushed her away, causing her to strike a stove near the phone. Mr. Carpenter continued to rant, overturning several kitchen chairs in the process. Based on his investigation Deputy Evans arrested Mr. Carpenter for domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail where he was released on a personal recognizance bond.

the Sheriff’s Office received the following warrantS:

Charlotte L. Williams, age 61, 704 Elm Street, Belpre, for failing to appear for an arraignment on a pending indictment of receiving stolen property.

Cheryl Brenaman, age 25, PO Box 762, Beverly, for failure to register a dog that has reached three months of age.

Jason H. Malone, age 26, 840 Pike Street Apt. 34, Marietta, for theft, for exerting control of a Playstation 2 and twenty CD’s without the owner’s consent.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

David Lee Harrison, age 51, 712 Fifth Street, Marietta, for .08 breath OVI, a misdemeanor. Harrison was arrested near the Williamstown Bridge by Deputy Sheriff Norman and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Jul 04 at 12:45 am.

Darla Nadine Mayle, age 38, 21345 McGraw Road, Stewart, OH, for felonious assault and a felony charge of aggravated burglary. Mayle was picked up in Athens by Detective Sirianni of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Jul 04 at 2:58 am.

Keith Martin Miller, age 31, 319 Oakwood Avenue, Marietta, for .17 breath OVI, a misdemeanor. Miller was arrested in Marietta by Lt. Wilson of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Jul 04 at 3:30 am.

Charles Allen Hackney, age 33, 503 Ferguson Street, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Hackney was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Wells and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Jul 04 at 8:00 am.

Randall Nelson Camp, age 47, 4010 Karric Lane, Dublin, OH, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Camp was picked up at the Franklin County Jail by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Jul 04 at 4:03 pm.

Charles Clinton Carpenter, age 19, 1510 Burnett Road, Cutler, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Carpenter was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Evans and processed into theWashington County Jail on 8 Jul 04 at 8:05 pm.

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