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Archive of 04-11-06

On 11 Apr 06 a good Samaritan turned in a wallet belonging to Noah Archer, age 25, 211 Scammel Street Apt. 1, Marietta, that he found in the parking lot of the Reno Shopping plaza around 9:30 that evening. Deputy Sheriff Malone entered the wallet and contents into evidence pending its return to Mr. Archer.

On 11 Apr 06 Deputy Sheriff Simmons met with the parents of a fourteen year old Vincent resident concerning the habitual unruliness of their son. The juvenile’s mother stated she recently learned from reading her son’s Xanga blog that he has been drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana. Additionally, the mother claims the teenager is verbally abusive toward members of the family and refuses to attend school. On today’s date the child’s mother informed Deputy Simmons that her son threatened to harm other students and himself if he was forced to go to school. Punitive to the juvenile’s behavior, Deputy Simmons requested a summons for the teenager to appear in Juvenile Court for being unruly while the parents took him to the hospital for mental evaluation.

On 11 Apr 06 an employee of National Muffler and Brake, 114 Ellsworth Avenue, Marietta, reported the business received a bad check for $390.55 for vehicle exhaust work completed on 9 Sep 05. This case remains under investigation (8411).

On 11 Apr 06 Deputy Sheriff Morris conducted a traffic stop on a GMC Jimmy driven by Mark E. Parker, age 52, 1141 Clement Avenue, Belpre, after observing Mr. Parker’s vehicle travel outside the marked lanes of State Route 7. Noticing Mr. Parker’s bloodshot eyes and slurred speech, Deputy Morris administered a series of field sobriety tests. Once Mr. Parker performed poorly on the horizontal gaze tests and refused to complete further tests, he was arrested for OVI and driving outside the marked lanes of travel and transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 11 Apr 06 Detective Johnson began an investigation into the death of a forty-seven year old Newport resident who died while working at RJF.

The following individual wAS processed into the Washington County Jail:

Mark Emmett Parker, age 52, 1141 Clement Avenue, Belpre, for OVI and driving left of center, both misdemeanors. Parker was arrested on State Route 7 by Deputy Sheriff Morris and processed into the Washington County Jail on 11 Apr 06 at 11:16 pm.

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