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Archive of 02-14-06

On 14 Feb 06 Brenda Harris, age 33, 15524 State Route 60, Lowell, reported and individual whom she knows came to her home looking for his girlfriend who recently broke up with him. Notified she wasn’t present, the individual pulled what appeared to be a handgun from his waistband and threatened to harm himself. Sgt. Hiatt located the suspect at his residence and was showed the pellet gun the suspect pulled from his waist. Sgt. Hiatt closed this case ad unfounded, for its circumstances precluded charges being filed.

On 14 Feb 06 a forty-two year old Lowell resident reported her thirteen year old daughter left their residence without permission. By the time Deputy Sheriff Stackpole arrived the juvenile returned home but the mother indicated her desire to pursue charges. The mother stated she discovered two ashtrays full of cigarette butts as well as an empty bottle of Kahlua in her daughter’s bedroom and that she believes her daughter is taking her other daughter’s lunch money. As a result, Deputy Stackpole requested a summons for the juvenile for being unruly.

On 14 Feb 06 Delicia Davis, age 32, 1308 Williamson Avenue Apt. 3D, New Matamoras, reported for the past two weeks John Addlesburger, age 32, 41 Dunn Lane, New Matamoras, has been phoning her residence in violation of a protection order she has against him. Ms. Davis contends that Mr. Addlesburger is attempting to dissuade her from pursuing charges she filed after he broke into her home and assaulted her. She also stated Debbie D. Duke, age 34, 509 North Seventh Avenue, Paden City, WV, is riding around New Matamoras in a vehicle with Mr. Addlesburger, placing harassing phone calls and matches the description of a woman who broke the mirror off a car owned by her live-in boyfriend Matt Rader, age 32. Deputy Sheriff Parks located the vehicle in which Mr. Addlesburger and Ms. Duke were traveling and obtained confessions from each regarding the incident in question. As a result, Deputy Parks requested a summons for Ms. Duke for criminal damaging and arrested Mr. Addlesburger for violating the terms of a protection order and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 14 Feb 06 Lt. Wilson and Deputy Sheriff Stackpole were dispatched to investigate a domestic dispute involving a thirteen year old Marietta resident and her twelve year old brother. Interviewing both juveniles, the Deputies learned that after school that afternoon, the two argued over a cigarette the brother allegedly promised his sister the evening before. A physical confrontation ensued during which time the twelve year old punched his sister several times. She temporarily retreated, returning to strike her brother’s closed bedroom door with a hammer. During this time the thirteen year old brandished a box cutter, claiming she would slit her brother’s throat. In response, the brother chambered a round in a shotgun in his room in an attempt to scare his sister away from outside his room. Hostilities then subsided when the siblings’ guardian arrived home and phoned law enforcement. Both juveniles were arrested, charged with delinquency and transported to the Washington County Juvenile Detention Center.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Jason Homer Malone, age 28, 1210 Colonial Drive, Marietta, for carrying a concealed weapon and for abusing harmful intoxicants, both misdemeanors. Malone was arrested in Marietta by Patrolman Hickey of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Feb 06 at 1:37 am.

Nicky Lee Lamp, age 33, 12567 County Road Nine, New Matamoras, for abusing harmful intoxicants, a misdemeanor. Lamp was arrested on Greene Street in Marietta by Patrolman Huffman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Feb 06 at 1:54 am.

John William Addlesburger, age 32, 41 Dunns Lane, New Matamoras, for violating the terms of a protection order, a felony. Addlesburger was arrested in New Matamoras by Deputy Sheriff Parks and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Feb 06 at 3:08 am.

Rebecca Gail Marshall, age 38, 601 Maple Avenue Apt. 601, Cincinnati, for operating with an expired license and for failing to obey a traffic control device, both misdemeanors. Marshall was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Feb 06 at 4:20 am.

Jesus Castro Mesa, age 24, 6814 Carnoje, Richmond, VA, for OVI and for driving outside the marked lanes of travel, both misdemeanors. Mesa was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Feb 06 at 4:52 am.

Pamala Ruth Allen, age 39, 5063 Amos Lynch Road, Canal Winchester, OH, for passing bad checks, a misdemeanor. Allen was picked up at the Southeastern Regional Jail by Patrolman Nedeff of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Feb 06 at 5:04 pm.

Justin Ambler Hughes, age 27, 148 Woodland Avenue, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Hughes was arrested on Tennis Center Drive by Patrolman Hanson of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Feb 06 at 6:19 pm.

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