Archive of 09-04-04
On 4 Sep 04 the parents of several Waterford
High School football players reported thirty-nine wooden signs
painted to resemble green and white football jerseys were stolen
from the Waterford High School football field between 10:30
pm Friday night and 8 am Saturday morning. This case remains
under investigation (586).
On 4 Sep 04 Deputy Sheriffs Brockmeier and
Mankins were dispatched to the vicinity of the Cliffside Carryout
on State Route 550 to assist a driver whose vehicle was sideways
in the roadway. As the driver began to depart the scene Deputy
Brockmeier asked Shawn G. Thomas, age 35, 328 ½ Gilman
Avenue, Marietta, to exit the vehicle. Detecting an odor of
alcohol, Deputy Mankins attempted to administer field sobriety
tests but Mr. Thomas was too intoxicated to complete any test.
Deputy Mankins also learned Mr. Thomas’ license was under
habitual alcohol suspension and was driving a vehicle with
fictitious plates. A passenger in the vehicle, Rachel Thomas,
age 32, 328 ½ Gilman Avenue, Marietta, was arrested
for disorderly conduct by intoxication and along with Mr. Thomas,
transported to the Washington County Jail.
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Betty Jo Kostka, age 51, 2925 Woodruff Road,
Vincent, for a parking violation, a misdemeanor. Kostka was
arrested on State Route 339 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol
and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Sep 04 at
Daniel Norman Bonar, age 47, 4164 Veto Road, Vincent, for
domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Bonar was arrested at his
residence by Lt. Huffer of the Washington County Sheriff’s
Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Sep
04 at 4:15 am.
Thomas Robert Voisinet, age 23, 601 Montgomery Street, Marietta,
for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Voisinet
was arrested on State Route 7 by Deputy Sheriff Stackpole and
processed into the Washington County Jail on 4 Sep 04 at 9:00
Stephen Lee Parish, age 37, 25 Watertown Road, Watertown,
for domestic violence and for two counts of unlawful restraint,
all misdemeanors. Parish was arrested at his residence by Deputy
Sheriff Malone and processed into the Washington County Jail
on 4 Sep 04 at 4:44 pm.