Click here to go to the main pageWashington County Sheriff's OfficeSheriff Vehiclemenu
WCSO Main Menu
MenuMenu
Search washingtoncountysheriff.org
Menu
WCSO's Main Menu
Click on the Submenu Links to navigate to more webpagesSubmenuClick to read our Press ReleasesSubmenuClick to read the Press Release ArchivesSubmenuSnow Emergency Levels!SubmenuClick here to learn about the new Enhanced 911 SystemSubmenuSubmenu

Archives

Archive of 12-03-04

On 3 Dec 04 Walter J. Kubala, age 63, 844 Florence Street, Belpre, a self employed painter, reported on 17 Oct 04 he received a bad check for $2,000 for a painting job completed earlier this year. This case remains under investigation (8411).

On 3 Dec 04 Deputy Spencer responded to a report of a truck stuck in the yard of First Baptist Church, 500 Beach Drive, Belpre. Jesse P. Newbanks, age 20, 223 Maple Street, Belpre, stated he was driving in unfamiliar territory when he inadvertently left the roadway and got stuck in the mud.

On 3 Dec 04 Lt. Huffer and Deputy Sheriff Mankins initiated a traffic stop on State Route 7 near Mitchells Lane after observing the driver of a Honda operating in a suspicious manner. Deputy Mankins noticed an odor of alcohol on the driver Eric W. Morris, age 23, 80 Smith Drive, Marietta, and requested he perform field sobriety tests. Subsequent to poor performance on the field sobriety tests, Deputy Mankins arrested Mr. Morris for OVI and transported him to the Washington County Jail. Following a search of Mr. Morris’ vehicle prior to impoundment, Lt. Huffer and Deputy Mankins discovered two knives readily accessible to the driver resulting in an additional charge of carrying a concealed weapon.

On 3 Dec 04 Deputy Sheriff Mankins responded to the scene of a domestic dispute at the home of Sheila D. Byner, age 40, 6466 Germantown Road, Lower Salem. Ms. Byner stated her live-in boyfriend William B. Reynolds, age 42, struck her in the face several times while at drinking establishments in Marietta as well as inside a taxi en route to their home. Mr. Reynolds confessed to striking Ms. Byner at a bar in Marietta, was arrested for felony domestic violence for having been previously convicted of the offense and transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 3 Dec 04 Deputy Sheriff Rhodes initiated a traffic stop near the intersection of State Routes 339 and 676 after pacing the vehicle he was following at 65 mph in a 55 mph zone. The driver Todd W. McCutcheon, age 19, 10740 State Route 676, Vincent, had an odor of alcohol and admitted consuming alcohol at a friend’s home earlier that day. After he performed poorly on field sobriety tests, Deputy Rhodes arrested Mr. McCutcheon for OVI and underage consumption of alcohol and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Eric Wayne Morris, age 23, 80 Smith Drive, Marietta, for two counts of carrying a concealed weapon, for breach of recognizance, for consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle and for OVI, all misdemeanors. Morris was arrested at C & C Dodge in Marietta by Deputy Sheriff Mankins and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 Dec 04 at 2:45 am.

Howard Dwight Starlin, age 31, 1455 Branch Road, Lowell, for contempt of a court order, a misdemeanor. Starlin was arrested on Lowell Hill Road by Deputy Sheriff Rhodes and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 Dec 04 at 8:00 pm.

Todd W. McCutcheon Jr., age 19, 10740 State Route 676, Vincent, for OVI, underage consumption of alcohol and for speeding, all misdemeanors. McCutcheon was arrested on State Route 339 by Deputy Sheriff Rhodes and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 Dec 04 at 11:45 pm.

...back to archives

Call this number in case of an Emergency!!!
 
Copyright © 2004 Washington County Sheriff's Office
Click here to learn About WCSO Click here to read WCSO's News and Press Releases Click here to learn about Sheriff's Sales Click here to learn about Units of WCSO Click here to learn about the Washington County Jail Click here to learn about Washington County Sex Offenders Click here to learn about WCSO's Online Checks Click here to learn how to Contact WCSO