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Archive of 06-09-05

On 9 Jun 05 Shawn M. Mulligan, age 23, 173 Emaus Road, Belpre, struck a mailbox when he inadvertently left the right side of the roadway while traveling eastbound past 20 Mill Branch Road in Belpre. Mr. Mulligan’s vehicle sustained functional damage, no injuries were reported (602).

On 9 Jun 05 Deputy Sheriff Eddy responded to the report of an injured eight year old at a residence on State Route 550 in Vincent. After the Barlow Volunteer Fire Department transported the child to Camden Clark Hospital, Deputy Eddy interviewed the child and his parents. Piecing together witness statements along with evidence Lt. Huffer found at the scene, Deputy Eddy determined the child picked up an unspent .22 caliber round he found on the driveway, set the round on a banister and struck it three times with a hammer. The round then discharged, causing flying shrapnel to injure the child’s eye. The child was later transferred to Children’s Hospital in Morgantown for further treatment to his injuries.

On 9 Jun 05 Dawn Jones, age 52, 2350 Waterford Road, Marietta, reported while she cleaned her patio she noticed smudges on the outside of a window as well as wood chips and a damaged window frame. Believing something was awry, Ms. Jones examined her belongings and determined two bottles of prescription medication were missing; one being Loritab, the other a new nerve medication. This case remains under investigation (945).

TWO ARRESTED AFTER AGGRAVATED BURGLARY OF AN ELDERLY MAN’S NEW MATAMORAS RESIDENCE

On Thursday 9 Jun 05 at approximately 0730 the Washington County Sheriff’s Office received a call from Doras Holland, age 89, 965 Wilson Run Road, New Matamoras, reporting that two male suspects forcibly entered his residence and threatened him with bodily harm if he did not give them money. The two suspects ransacked the residence and left with money from his wallet, two shotguns, a rifle, assorted change and a VCR, at which time they fled to a vehicle concealed nearby. Some of the change taken was scattered from the residence to the crash scene.

As they were leaving the scene of the burglary, the vehicle left the roadway, struck a tree, careened over an embankment and landed in a creek bed. Hiding the stolen items in a nearby wooded area, the suspects attempted to convince a nearby farmer to remove the vehicle with a farm tractor. Soon thereafter, the suspects were apprehended at the accident scene by Deputy Sheriff Scott Mankins who was en route to the scene of the burglary. With the assistance of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit “Bogie” and handler, Deputy Sheriff Keelan McLeish, all of the stolen property was recovered by tracking the prior path of the suspects into the wooded area.

The suspects, Justin A. Tucker (click for photo), age 34, 233 Hillcrest Drive, Marietta, and Robert M. Parrish, age 28, 207 Aurora Street, Marietta, are being held in the Washington County Jail without bond pending their initial appearance in court. Parrish is currently on bond awaiting sentencing on July 11, 2005 for possession of heroin. Parrish was also indicted on charges of breaking and entering of the Lawnsdale Bar. These charges have been dismissed. Detectives from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office also executed a search warrant at the residence of Justin Tucker on November 4, 2004 and recovered property stolen from the Lawnsdale Bar, though he has not been charged in connection with this incident.

the Sheriff’s Office received the following warrants:

Rusty L. Davis, age 31, 3165 Swan Creek Road, Crown City, OH, for contempt for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines in the sum of $330.20.

Homer Hendrix, age 32, 27315 State Route 7, Marietta, for contempt for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines in the sum of $310.70.

Daniel R. Hickam, age 20, 1205B Wyatt Lane, Belpre, for contempt for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines in the sum of $819.

Laura A. Ledger, age 37, 3129 West 46th Street, Cleveland, for violating the terms of his probation by failing to show proof of obtaining a valid operator’s license or to serve twenty-three days in jail.

Michael D. Murray, age 22, 133 North West Street Apt. C6, Norwalk, OH, for contempt for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines in the sum of $442.

Eric W. Skidmore, age 26, 554 Scenic Drive, Vinton, OH, for contempt for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines in the sum of $448.50.

Jessica Wright, age 20, 847 Lynch Church Road, Marietta, for contempt for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines in the sum of $71.50.

Harold L. Sanders, age 32, East 118th Street, Cleveland, for contempt for failure to appear for sentencing, having plead guilty to possession of drugs.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Jeremy Burgin Green, age 24, Marietta, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Green was arrested on Pike Street in Marietta by Patrolman Blasko of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 Jun 05 at 4:00 am.

Robert Matthew Parrish, age 28, 207 Aurora Street Apt. C, Marietta, for a felony charge of aggravated burglary and misdemeanor charges of receiving stolen property, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and breach of recognizance. Parrish was arrested on State Route 26 by Detective Sirianni of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 Jun 05 at 2:00 pm.

Justin Allen Tucker, age 23, 233 Hillcrest Drive, Marietta, for aggravated burglary, a felony. Tucker was arrested on State Route 26 by Detective Sirianni of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 Jun 05 at 2:00 pm.

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