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Archive of 05-29-06

On 29 May 06 Deputy Sheriff Stackpole responded to domestic violence call reported by Nicole Buck, age 19, 521 Second Street, New Matamoras. Once at the scene, Deputy Stackpole learned from Mrs. Buck that her husband Roger, age 35, kicked the television off its stand following an argument. When Mrs. Buck then informed her husband she was leaving him, he picked up their eight week old kitten and killed it. Mr. Buck left the home, returning shortly thereafter feigning reconciliation but grabbed his wife and threw her across the room. In consequence, Deputy Stackpole arrested Mr. Buck for domestic violence and cruelty to animals and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 29 May 06 Deputy Sheriff Morris was dispatched to the scene of death of a seventy-five year old Newport resident. The woman’s case of death appears to be natural, no foul play is suspected.

On 29 May 06 a forty-one year old Marietta resident reported her seventeen year old son has not returned home since being granted permission to stay with a friend on 26 May 06. As a result, Deputy Sheriff Rhodes requested a summons for the juvenile to appear in Juvenile Court for being unruly.

On 29 May 06 Barbara Smith, age 28, 100 Simpson Street, Marietta, reported being assaulted by her live-in boyfriend Wesley J. Bigler, age 33. Beginning the previous morning because of an argument of food and soft drinks, Ms. Smith stated Mr. Bigler assaulted her throughout the day, head butting, choking and biting her arm. Deputy Evans viewed injuries consistent with Ms. Smith’s claim and requested a warrant for Mr. Bigler for domestic violence.

On 29 May 06 Deputy Sheriff Evans investigated a single vehicle accident involving a Ford Taurus driven by Margaret Welch, age 86, 694 Robert Kelly Road, Cutler. Deputy Evans determined that Ms. Welch’s accelerator became stuck as she pulled into the driveway at 819 Robert Kelly Road, Cutler. Ms. Welch lost control of the vehicle, careening past the end of the driveway and into the tree line. During the collision that caused disabling damage to her vehicle, Ms. Welch sustained minor injuries and was transported to St. Joseph’s Hospital by the Little Hocking Volunteer Fire Department.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Roger Lee Buck, age 35, 521 Second Street, New Matamoras, for domestic violence and cruelty to animals, both misdemeanors. Buck was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Stackpole and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 May 06 at 1:25 am.

Christopher A. Streight, age 19, 432 Douglas Avenue, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Streight was arrested at his residence by Probation Officer Ketelsen and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 May 06 at 1:20 pm.

William Zoltan Watson, age 55, 206 Broughton Avenue Apt. 1, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Watson was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Huffman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 May 06 at 8:45 pm.

Marty Lewan Bass, age 36, 282 Ridgewood Drive Apt. C, Marietta, for a felony charge of violating the terms of his parole and misdemeanor charges of OVI and operating with an expired license. Bass was arrested on Virginia Street in Marietta by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 May 06 at 11:35 pm.

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