Archive of 06-07-05
On 7 Jun 05 Detective Johnson received an
anonymous tip from an informant stating he knew of the presence
of several stolen ATV’s at a home in Cutler. Detectives
Schuck and Johnson interviewed the residents of the suspect
address and determined two of the four wheelers were indeed
stolen from Pickaway and Franklin Counties. Subsequent the
seizure of the stolen vehicles, this incident remains under
On 7 Jun 05 a forty-seven year old Lowell
resident reported receiving, from an individual forbidden to
phone her, an unwanted phone call at 7 pm that evening. This
case remains under investigation (586).
On 7 Jun 05 a thirty-three year old Marietta
resident reported when she denied her fourteen year old son’s
request to stay at his grandmother’s home, he cursed
at her then fled the residence without permission and has not
been seen since. This case remains under investigation (586).
On 7 Jun 05 Bill McFall, age 46, Box 155 Turkey
Run Road, St Marys, reported after leaving his mother’s
home at 823 Grandview Avenue for work at 3 am that morning,
his 2002 Kawasaki Vulcan motorcycle was stolen from the driveway.
This case remains under investigation (586).
DRUG TEAM ARRESTS HEROIN DEALER
Continuing the investigation of heroin in
Washington County, members of the drug team arrested Charles
E. Thompson (click for photo), age
37, 707 Phillips Street, Marietta, this morning at approximately
11:30 a.m. Though he was only arrested on a fourth degree felony
charge of trafficking in heroin, Drug Team Lt. Mark Warden
said the team will submit further evidence of heroin trafficking
to County Prosecutor James Schneider’s office for grand
Currently, Mr. Thompson is being held without
bail at the Washington County Jail pending his initial court
SHERIFF AIMS TO COMBAT MEDICAL COSTS
AT WASHINGTON COUNTY JAIL
In order to offset the ever increasing costs
of medical care, Washington County Sheriff Larry Mincks will
soon implement a policy of billing convicted inmates a medical
co-pay for medical services rendered to them while incarcerated
in the Washington County Jail.
As part of this policy, all inmate medical
fees will be deducted from the inmate’s commissary account;
an account funded by the inmate themselves or their family
for purchasing snacks. While no inmate shall be denied access
to medical services due to the lack of funds, if the inmate
has no funds in his/her account, a past due payment shall be
carried on the inmate. If, at anytime in the future funds are
placed into his/her account, the medical fees will be deducted
at that time.
Some examples of medical co-pays are: a nurse’s
sick call visit, five dollars; a doctor’s or dentist’s
sick call visit, seven dollars; and prescription fee, three
dollars. Under the Ohio Revised Code, all proceeds from these
fees will be deposited into the prisoner’s commissary
fund and will be used for purchasing equipment, supplies and
services for the inmates.
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Jeffrey Mathewson Mackie, age 19, 2307 Main
Street, Aliquippa, PA, for driving under an FRA suspended license
and for failure to yield at a flashing yellow signal, both
misdemeanors. Mackie was arrested on Greene Street in Marietta
by Patrolman Huffman of the Marietta City Police Department
and processed into the Washington County Jail on 7 Jun 05 at
Nathaniel Eli Campbell, age 25, 985 Arch Street, Salem, OH,
for driving under an FRA suspended license, a misdemeanor.
Campbell was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway
Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 7 Jun
05 at 5:08 am.
Charles Edward Thompson, age 37, 707 Phillips
Street, Marietta, for trafficking in drugs, a felony Thompson
was arrested at his residence by Lt. Warden of the Washington
County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington
County Jail on 7 Jun 05 at 11:30 am.
Anthony Robert Larrison, age 23, 38 Putnam Place, Marietta,
for nonsupport of dependants, a felony. Larrison was arrested
at the Courthouse by Deputy Sheriff Spencer and processed into
the Washington County Jail on 7 Jun 05 at 11:50 am.
Andrew Alan Huck, age 27, 936 Fifth Street, Marietta, for
violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Huck was
arrested on Fifth Street by Patrolman Hupp of the Marietta
City Police Department and processed into the Washington County
Jail on 6 Jun 05 at 8:35 pm.
Deidre Fawn Arnett, age 38, 309 Lord Street, Marietta, for
three counts of contempt of a court order and for failure to
appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, all misdemeanors.
Arnett was arrested on Warren Street by Patrolman Chapman of
the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the
Washington County Jail on 7 Jun 05 at 9:05 pm.