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Archive of 01-21-07

On 21 Jan 07 Deputy Sheriff Collins began an investigation into the theft of items from two unlocked vehicles at 3617 Warren Chapel Road, Marietta. Stolen from the vehicle of Tracey Wears, age 35, was under seven dollars in change and from Mark Smith, age 43, was his wallet containing $900, credit cards and driver’s license.

On 21 Jan 07 Gary L. Quimby, age 63, 25 Franklin Street, Waterford, reported since locking his storage building at 4:00 the previous afternoon an unknown suspect(s) entered the building and stole a .22 caliber rifle and a roll of underground wire, a combined loss of $1,650. This case remains under investigation (1184).

On 21 Jan 07 Carla M. O’Neill, age 36, 115 Deer Haven Road, Marietta, reported she was awakened that night by her live-in boyfriend, Joseph W. Myers, age 29, pulling her hair and attempting to drag her outside the house. Intoxicated and upset that Ms. O’Neill moved to another bedroom to sleep, Mr. Myers broke a number of items and tore the phone cord from the wall. Attempts to locate Mr. Myers were unsuccessful, therefore Deputy Sheriff Morris requested a warrant for him for domestic violence.

On 21 Jan 07 Deputy Sheriff Stackpole investigated a two-vehicle collision on State Route 7 near Mitchell’s Lane. Thomas M. Kuhn, age 48, 100 Arborgate Drive, Marietta was driving his Mazda Protégé northbound when a southbound Geo Tracker driven by James E. Moore, age 28, 1270 Federal Road, Little Hocking, traveled across the roadway and crashed into his front left fender. Both vehicles sustained significant damage despite the relatively slow speed of 30 mph. Neither party reported injuries.

On 21 Jan 07 Deanna L. Knapp, age 52, 28 Knapp Road, Fleming, reported during the last three months of 2006 a family member wrote three checks, totaling $611, on her personal account without permission. This case remains under investigation (1097).

On 21 Jan 07 the Sheriff’s Office began an investigation into an assault perpetrated at 302 Bohl Drive in Marietta that resulted in a Mineral Wells resident being stabbed in the back several times. Attending a party with friends at the aforementioned address, Craig R. Clark, age 21, Route 1 Box 49, informed the investigating officers he observed a group of eight to ten people enter the home and that one of the male group members pushed and punched a female friend. Mr. Clark stated he attempted to intervene, at which time a large brawl erupted and he was taken to the floor. Unknown to Mr. Clark during the melee, an unknown individual stabbed him in the upper back with an unidentified implement. The suspect then fled with the group while Mr. Clark left for home. Some time later Mr. Clark checked into Camden Clark Hospital where he received treatment for injuries and was released. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau executed a search warrant at 302 Bohl Drive and obtained forensic evidence pertaining to the alleged crime. The Sheriff’s Office requests individuals with information pertaining to this incident to phone Detective Brockmeier at (740) 376-7070.

The following individual wAS processed into the Washington County Jail:

Kevin Allen Wooddell, age 39, 606 Cross Street, Belpre, for OVI and for not wearing a seat belt, both misdemeanors. Wooddell was arrested on Gilman Avenue in Marietta by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Jan 07 at 3:00 am.

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