Archive of 12-28-05
On 28 Dec 05 Merlin Vanderhoof, age 64, 14603
Garfield Road, Wakeman, OH, reported at some point since the
beginning of this month, two campers he uses for hunting along
Baker Run Road in Marietta were entered and a sleeping bag,
two propane tanks and silverware were stolen. This case remains
under investigation (292).
On 28 Dec 05 an employee of Flam’n Fatals,
11465 State Route 60, Lowell, reported finding ajar, the door
to the business when she arrived at work that morning. Inspecting
the interior more closely, the employee noticed pry marks on
the door and the business in disarray. Cabinets were flung
open, coin operated machines pried open and the cash register
containing two rolls of quarters cleaned out. All in all the
perpetrator(s) appear to have escaped with fifty dollars in
change and caused a substantial amount of damage to the coin
operated machines. This case remains under investigation (1020).
On 28 Dec 05 Deputy Sheriff Rhodes issued
a citation to Alisha D. Small, age 25, 70 Main Street, Waterford,
for traveling 80 mph in a 60 mph zone and for having three
children in the backseat without seat belts. Deputy Rhodes
stopped Ms. Small on US 50 near State Route 124 in Belpre Township.
On 28 Dec 05 Dedra D. Hornbeck, age 46, 1208
16th Street, Vienna, reported she is managing the Hornbeck
Bait and Tackle Shop at 174 State Route 339, Belpre, while
her in-laws are vacationing in Florida. She stated after closing
the shop for the weekend on 23 Dec, she stored a bank bag containing
over $3,000 in cash in her in-law’s house adjacent to
the shop and when she attempted to retrieve the bag to reopen
the store on Tuesday it was missing. This case remains under
On 28 Dec 05 a thirty-five year old Lowell
resident reported receiving information that her sixteen year
old daughter was consuming alcohol while staying at a friend’s
house. Arriving to confront her daughter the mother noticed
two empty forty ounce beer bottles and her daughter’s
slight inebriety. The juvenile refused to leave, stating she
would make an attempt on her life if forced to do so. Shortly
thereafter Sgt. Hiatt removed the juvenile from the residence
in dispute while Deputy Sheriff Evans requested a summons for
the juvenile to appear in Juvenile Court for being unruly and
Office received the following warrants:
Kim A. Tiedmann, age 24, 4913 Fairway Port,
Columbus, for violating the terms of her probation by failing
to appear for a scheduled appointment.
Destry R. Sargent, age 27, 2972 Cleveland
Avenue, Columbus, for violating the terms of his probation
by failing to appear for a scheduled appointment.
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Matthew Allen Burner, age 31, 3415 Hudson
Street, Parkersburg, for violating the terms of his probation,
a misdemeanor. Burner was picked up at the North Central Regional
Jail by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington
County Jail on 28 Dec 05 at 4:19 pm.
Cassandra Leigh Arbaugh, age 23, 109 Harmar Street, Marietta,
for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid
fines, a misdemeanor. Arbaugh was arrested at her residence
by Sgt. Hiatt of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office
and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Dec 05
at 4:58 pm.
Nissa Lee Keagy, age 37, 2460 Pleasants Ridge Road, Marietta,
a fugitive from justice. Keagy was arrested at her residence
by Deputy Sheriff Parks and processed into the Washington County
Jail on 28 Dec 05 at 6:22 pm.