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Archive of 10-15-05

On 15 Oct 05 Cynthia L. Sowards, age 23, 4394 School House Road, Little Hocking, reported while she and her live-in boyfriend Jason E. Taitt, age 29, hosted a gathering for friends, they engaged in argument. Tempers subsided and Mr. Taitt walked away, tripping over a “for sale” sign and in anger, threw the sign at his girlfriend’s new car. At that the two resumed arguing until Mr. Taitt smacked Ms. Sowards in the face and she left the scene. Though he denied any involvement in damaging his girlfriend’s car or striking her, Mr. Taitt was arrested for domestic violence and transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 15 Oct 05 Deputy Sheriff Malone responded to the scene of the death of a fifty-three year old Bartlett resident. Though the death does not appear suspicious, this case remains under investigation.

On 15 Oct 05 Deputy Sheriff Evans responded to the scene of a fire at Video Works, 600 Second Street, New Matamoras. Damage due to the accidental appears minimal, no injuries were reported.

On 15 Oct 05 Erica D. Pettrey, age 22, 2202B Hill Street, Belpre, reported as she traversed the Memorial Bridge in Belpre, her Isuzu Rodeo was struck in the rear by a Chevy Cavalier driven by Cynthia K. Dailey, age 31, 836 Pike Street Apt. 12, Marietta. After a brief conversation at Pennzoil, Ms. Dailey fled in her vehicle with Ms. Pettrey trailing. The pursuit ended on Belavista Drive when Ms. Pettrey diagonally blocked Ms. Dailey at the end of the dead end drive. Ms. Dailey attempted to escape but again Ms. Pettrey’s vehicle as well as a minivan parked along the road. Ms. Dailey was issued a citation for driving under a suspended license and given a court date of 17 Oct 05. Neither party reported injuries (602, 1203).

On 15 Oct 05 a dispute ensued between Randall L. Fox, age 48, 3149 Oak Hill Road, Cutler, and his nephew David J. Fox, age 30, 4105 Burnett Road, Cutler, at the elder Fox’s residence. The confrontation over a pile of firewood, power tools and electric bill escalated when David made a derogatory statement of his aunt, at which time Randall struck his nephew. The brawl was on and Randall picked up and slammed the ground, causing a laceration and injuring his eye. Both men conceded their involvement in the incident and were issued summonses for disorderly conduct by fighting (200, 1091).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Jason Eugene Taitt, age 29, 4394 Schoolhouse Road, Little Hocking, for domestic violence and for criminal damaging/endangering, both misdemeanors. Taitt was arrested at his residence by Lt. Canavan of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 15 Oct 05 at 3:45 am.

Mickoya Danyelle Williams, age 27, 1827 Colonnade Street, Cleveland, for driving under a suspended license, for speeding and for operating without or with an expired license, all misdemeanors. Williams was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 15 Oct 05 at 7:00 am.

Carrie Ann Martin, age 22, 7100 State Route 60, Lowell, for driving under a suspended license, for speeding and for not wearing a seat belt, all misdemeanors. Martin was arrested on State Route 60 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 15 Oct 05 at 12:40 pm.

Nissa Lee Keagy, age 37, 2460 Pleasant Ridge Road, Marietta, a fugitive from justice. Keagy was arrested at her residence by Sgt. Hiatt of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 15 Oct 05 at 5:14 pm.

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