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Archive of 05-31-06

On 31 May 06 an employee of Duke and Duchess, 100 Main Street, Lowell, reported a storage building adjacent to the business was forcibly entered and nearly 110 cartons of cigarettes were stolen from inside. The employee stated the suspect(s) threw a rock to break through and remove a window on the building. This case remains under investigation (945).

On 31 May 06 Taha Mo Albanna, age 28, 25151 Brookpark Road, North Olmstead, OH, reported his mother in law would not return his nine year old daughter back to his custody after he dropped her off the previous day. When questioned by Deputy Sheriff McLeish, Mr. Albanna’s mother in law, Barbara S. Dennis, age 64, 1045 Sandhill Road Lot 32, Marietta, denied having knowledge of her granddaughter’s whereabouts. A witness contradicted Ms. Dennis claim, stating that she observed two individuals pick up the girl. Deputy McLeish discerned the individuals in question were Ms. Dennis’ son and daughter in law and that the picked up the child at the request of Ms. Dennis. After reuniting Mr. Albanna with his daughter, Deputy McLeish requested summonses for Ms. Dennis for obstructing justice and interference with custody.

On 31 May 06 James Cantwell, age 33, 301 Broad Street, Macksburg, reported his estranged wife Bobbie Cantwell, age 32, 324 Second Street, Macksburg, stopped her vehicle outside his home and screamed obscenities. Mr. Cantwell continued, saying minutes later his wife intentionally struck him with the mirror of her car while he crossed the road in front of his home. Mrs. Cantwell countered, saying her husband bounded in front of her car, grabbed the side window and attempted to jump in the vehicle as she passed and he fell to the ground. Unable to corroborate either story, Deputy Sheriff Day requested summonses for Mr. and Mrs. Cantwell for disorderly conduct.

the Sheriff’s Office received the following warrants:

Wesley J. Bigger, age 33, 100 Simpson Street, Marietta, for an act of domestic violence committed on 28 May 06.

Amber L. Sparks, age 26, 313 Franklin Street, Marietta, for failing to appear for pretrial on 18 May 06.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Adam Eugene Drayer, age 22, 1696 McNeal Road, Waterford, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Drayer was arrested on Second Street in Marietta by Patrolman Blasko of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 31 May 06 at 2:38 am.

Jennifer Lynne Jones, age 33, 1201 Poplar Street, Belpre, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Jones was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Hamilton and processed into the Washington County Jail on 31 May 06 at 12:59 pm.

Sherry Marie Duff, age 35, 685 Mitchell’s Lane, Marietta, for failure to appear, a misdemeanor. Duff was arrested on Fourth Street in Marietta by Patrolman Gragan of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 31 May 06 at 2:22 pm.

Stephanie Jean Morris, age 23, 105 Gilman Street Lot 5, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Morris was arrested in Marietta Municipal Court by Patrolman Wenzel of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 31 May 06 at 5:35 pm.

Bobbie Lynn Cantwell, age 32, 324 Second Street, Macksburg, for failure to appear, a misdemeanor. Cantwell was arrested in Macksburg by Lt. Wilson of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 31 May 06 at 11:15 pm.

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