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Archive of 10-07-05

On 7 Oct 05 Deputy Sheriff Parks issued a citation to Shane Britton, age 33, 609 Fourth Street, New Matamoras, for traveling 86 mph in a 55 mph zone and for driving under a suspended license. Deputy Parks stopped Mr. Britton on State Route 7 near Newells Run Road in Newport Township.

On 7 Oct 05 Deputy Sheriff Stackpole investigated a crash on County Nine Road at the intersection of Newells Run Road in Newport. As Robert M. McKitrick Jr., age 31, 1090 Bender Road, Marietta, traveled northbound around a curve, an oncoming vehicle in his lane forced him to swerve off the road and to careen into a ditch. Mr. McKitrick suffered no injuries despite the disabling damages done to his Ford F-150 sustained.

On 7 Oct 05 Bernard Heiss, age 64, 621 Lowell Hill Road, Waterford, reported an individual, with whom he has had an ongoing dispute over mineral rights, allegedly stole a regulator of his oil well. Toby Heiss, age 42, 273 Offenberger Lane, Waterford, admitted taking the regulator and offered to replace it but did not have the required tools. Mr. B. Heiss reattached the regulator but noticed an unreasonably high amount of pressure on the gauge near the home. Upon further inspection he noticed a piece broken off, not allowing the regulator to maintain gas pressure. In consequence, Deputy Sheriff Eddy requested a summons for Mr. T. Heiss for theft and for criminal damaging.

On 7 Oct 05 Deputy Sheriff Mankins and Detective Smithberger conducted undercover operations at local businesses in order to identify those selling alcohol to underage individuals. Suspects charged and their respective employers are:

Philena K. Drake, age 51, 2589 Barth Road, Belpre, employed at Par Mar, 17785 State Route 7, Marietta.
Kelly J. Butz, age 37, 623 33rd Street, Parkersburg, employed at Lawnsdale Bar and Carryout, 2355 Briggs Hill Road, Belpre.
Amanda J. Sampe, age 25, 217 Fourth Street, Lowell, employed at the Duchess Shoppe, State Route 60, Lowell.
Erica D. Sayre, age 26, 16825 Murphy Road, Amesville, employed at the Bartlett Corner Store, 2346 State Route 550, Bartlett.
Antoinette E. Erb, age 22, 843 Moss Run Road, Marietta, employed at Hasty Shopper, 4796 State Route 60, Marietta.

the Sheriff’s Office received the following warrants:

Melissa J. Flesher, age 31, 598 Tennis Center Drive, Marietta, for contempt for failing to pay child support and for failing to appear at a hearing on 26 Sep 05.

Mark A. McIntyre, age 23, 223 Broughton Avenue, Marietta, for contempt for failing to appear at a court ordered hearing on an order to show cause on 3 Oct 05.

Melissa Calhoun, age 33, 1071 S Hiawassee Road Apt. 1228, Orlando, FL, for parking her vehicle against the flow of traffic on 6 Sep 03.

Valerie Lee Campbell, age 34, 270 Hendricks Street, Belpre, for failing to require her dog to wear a tag on 9 Jul 05.

Jeremy E. O’Brien, age 21, 650 King Avenue, Cutler, for killing a goat without the owner’s consent on 9 Aug 05.

Lucas W. Wharton, age 26, 216 Third Street, Lowell, for failing to register his dog on 12 Aug 05.

Matthew B. White, age 26, 709 Borden Avenue, Charleston, for possession of marijuana on 22 Sep 05.

The following individual wAS processed into the Washington County Jail:

Richard Dexter Arnett, age 61, 816 Fairmont Avenue Apt. 7, Fairmont, WV, for receiving stolen property and for theft, both felonies. Arnett was arrested in Marietta by Patrolman Heddleston of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 7 Oct 05 at 1:05 pm.

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