Archive of 07-14-05
On 14 Jul 05 while conducting a pat down during
a suspected OVI stop, Lt. Wilson found what appeared to be
a marijuana bowl in the pocket of Alex D. Curry, age 42, 554
Curry Road, Waterford. When asked if he possessed any other
drug paraphernalia, Mr. Curry pointed Lt. Wilson to the center
console where he also found a marijuana pipe and a small quantity
of marijuana. As a result, Lt. Wilson requested a summons for
Mr. Curry for possession of drug paraphernalia.
On 14 Jul 05 Leanne S. Delaney, age 47, 100
Morningside Drive, Marietta, reported between Monday afternoon
and Tuesday evening her purse was stolen from inside her minivan.
This case remains under investigation (1071).
On 14 Jul 05 a twenty-seven year old Belpre
resident reported over the last two days, receiving harassing
phone calls from her brother’s ex-girlfriend demanding
to know her brother’s whereabouts. The victim declined
to pursue the matter further (602).
On 14 Jul 05 Darlene Shutts, age 47, 2720
Turkey Hollow Road, Cutler, reported while she left her purse
unattended for a few moments at Decatur United Methodist Church
Sunday morning, her wallet was stolen from inside. This case
remains under investigation (695, 292).
On 14 Jul 05 the parents of a fifteen year
old Lower Salem resident reported when they confronted their
son over his suspected use of narcotics or alcohol he became
violent. Beginning with a verbal tirade, the juvenile escalated
his behavior to the point where he began choking his mother
before turning to his father and doing the same. Since he also
threatened to shoot his parents with a shotgun, Deputy Evans
took the juvenile into custody and transported him to the Washington
County Juvenile Center.
On 14 Jul 05 Jeffrey W. Parrish, age 48, 417
Mason Street, Parkersburg, reported an acquaintance approached
him while her was sitting in his vehicle parked along Drag
Strip Road and punched him in the mouth through his opened
window. This case remains under investigation (905).
NEW MODUS OPERANDI IN THEFTS FROM HOMES
Today Detectives began an investigation into
the thefts of items from homes on Sanjubar Drive and Sandhill
Road in the Reno area between 10 pm last night and 6 am this
morning. The homes were occupied by sleeping residents. Differing
from past methods of only entering unlocked vehicles, the perpetrator(s)
of the aforementioned thefts entered the former through an
unlocked front door and the latter through an unlocked rear
door. During the course of the crime on Sanjubar Drive, the
suspect(s) stole a wallet, a purse, a sum of currency and a
set of keys to a vehicle parked outside. The owner of the vehicle
reported the van was entered though the suspect(s) left the
keys on the floorboard of the vehicle and neglected to steal
any items from inside. In the second of the two thefts the
home’s resident reported the thieves stole a purse and
its contents from atop the kitchen counter in her home.
As a matter safety and security Sheriff Larry
Mincks recommends home and vehicle owners to lock their doors
during the overnight hours and anytime when leaving their homes
and vehicles unattended. If you have further information pertaining
to these events please phone Detective Sergeant Brian Schuck
of the Washington County Sheriff's Office’s at (740)
376-7070 ext. 21.
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Larry Eugene McKitrick Jr., age 32, 707 Phillips
Street, Marietta, for theft, a misdemeanor. McKitrick was arrested
at Kroger by Detective Wright of the Marietta City Police Department
and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Jul 05
at 1:25 pm.
David Stockton Wilson, age 25, 618 Eighth Street, Marietta,
for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Wilson
was arrested at the Washington County Courthouse by Corrections
Officer Farrell and processed into the Washington County Jail
on 14 Jul 05 at 2:50 pm.
Eric W. Drake, age 37, 1014 ½ Hadley Lane, Marietta,
for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Drake
was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Hamilton and
processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Jul 05 at 3:00