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Archive of 11-15-06

On 15 Nov 06 Misty Baker, age 30, 4050 Bear Creek Road, Lowell, reported when she returned to her residence after being gone for several days she noticed a gun cabinet containing eighteen long guns and pistols was missing. This case remains under investigation (1001).

On 15 Nov 06 Roger L. Slack, age 60, 840 Pike Street Apt. 34, Marietta, reported finding two chip marks in his vehicle’s windshield and two other damage marks on the fender that were apparently caused by a pellet gun. This case remains under investigation (1293).

On 15 Nov 06 an employee of Mark’s Plumbing and Heating, 38650 Township Road 1026, Reedsville, reported over sixty feet of copper pipe was stolen from the construction site of the New Porterfield Baptist Church at 39 Hollywood Drive, Little Hocking. This case remains under investigation (592).

On 15 Nov 06 the principal of Newport Elementary School reported being informed by three students that a fifteen year old male exposed himself. Deputy Sheriff Eddy identified the suspect, who admitted exposing himself to an individual but said he was not aware young children were in the area. Therefore Deputy Eddy requested a summons for the juvenile to appear in Juvenile Court for being delinquent.

On 15 Nov 06 a thirty-two year old Lower Salem resident reported for the past month an unknown male has been phoning her residence and making rude sexual comments. This case remains under investigation (1293).

On 15 Nov 06 Melinda Moten, age 28, 233 Roberts Drive, Belpre, reported a Panasonic camcorder was stolen from her residence sometime since late September. This case remains under investigation (1090).

On 15 Nov 06 Kara Pasquale, age 26, 1620 Braun Road, Belpre, reported while she and her husband were away from home that day three Craftsman saws were stolen from their garage. This case remains under investigation (1090).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Andrew Eugene McFerren, age 28, 1001 Arlington Avenue SW, canton, for .17 breath OVI, driving under a suspended license, speeding and obstructing official business, all misdemeanors. McFerren was arrested on Greene Street in Marietta by Deputy Sheriff Morris and processed into the Washington County Jail on 15 Nov 06 at 3:49 am.

Kirk Alan Mason, age 18, 288 Ridgewood Court Apt. E, Marietta, for contempt of a court order and for driving under an FRA suspended license, both misdemeanors. Mason was arrested on Pike Street in Marietta by Major Winstanley of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 15 Nov 06 at 1:35 pm.

Ramey Lee Hart, age 29, 2701 State Route 83, Beverly, for breach of recognizance and for possession of drugs, both misdemeanors. Hart was arrested at Marietta Memorial Hospital by Patrolman Nedeff of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 15 Nov 06 at 6:30 pm.

David Allen Sayres, age 41, 223 Sheldon Avenue, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Sayres was arrested at KFC in Marietta by Patrolman McCracken of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 15 Nov 06 at 11:48 pm.

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