Archive of 02-07-07
On 7 Feb 07 Jessica D. Beaver, age 24, 173
Riverview Estates, Saint Marys, reported she was driving a
friend’s truck on 31 Jan 07 when her ex-husband Joshua
A. Beaver, age 27, 103 Evans Street Apt. 3-11, New Matamoras,
spotted her and followed her to the Newport IGA. In the parking
lot, Mr. Beaver exited his vehicle and punched the windshield
of the truck his ex-wife was driving, cracking it. When Mr.
Beaver failed to pay the damages as promised Ms. Beaver reported
the crime. As a result, Deputy Sheriff Morris requested a summons
for Mr. Beaver for criminal damaging.
On 7 Feb 07 Deputy Sheriffs Collins and Eddy
responded to a distress call at the residence of Ronald Selsor,
age 46, 2020 Bear Run Road, Reno. What sounded like a request
for a squad was actually a request for a squad car by Mr. Selsor,
for the reason that he suspected his live-in girlfriend was
stealing his food. Since Mr. Selsor was heavily intoxicated
and rambling incoherently Deputy Collins closed this case as
On 7 Feb 07 the Sheriff’s Office received
a call from Joshua Paul Seagraves, age 24, 122 Tennis Center
Drive, Apartment 22, Marietta concerning the right rear tire
sidewall on his 2000 Ford Taurus has been cut with a flat sharp
object. This case is under investigation (529).
MARIETTA COUPLE ALLEGEDLY RECEIVED OVER 12,000
PILLS THROUGH ONLINE PHARMACIES
On 7 Feb 07, Agents of the Major Crimes Task
Force executed a search warrant at the residence of Kenneth
Shapiro, age 51,
and his wife Mary, age 60, at 604 Second Street, Marietta.
Acting on an anonymous tip, Agents learned the Shapiros were
receiving an abnormally large quantity of prescription medications
through various mail services and that the couple was possibly
selling some of the drugs. With the assistance of local UPS
and FedEx officials, Agents determined over a month between
December 2006 and January 2007 the Shapiros received drug shipments
from more than six online pharmacies. The Shapiros also utilized
local pharmacies throughout last year to fill prescriptions
for drugs such as Xanax, hydrocodone, Darvocet and Ritalin
as well as other non-narcotic drugs. Seized during the search
warrant was myriad evidence related to Agents’ suspicions,
specifically, empty FedEx and UPS boxes, prescription forms,
mail order receipts, empty and full prescription pill bottles
and other drug paraphernalia. Task Force Agents estimate the
Shapiro’s received over 12,000 hydrocodone pills through
online pharmacies. Evidence obtained will be forwarded to the
Prosecutor’s Office for possible presentation to grand
jury. This investigation was conducted in conjunction with
the Parkersburg Narcotics Task Force.
individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Devin Michael Haynes, age 21, 15 Walnut Street,
Belpre, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor.
Haynes was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Brockmeier
and processed into the Washington County Jail on 7 Feb 07 at
Brian David Vanfossen, age 25, 642 Congress Road, Belpre,
for driving under a suspended license and for not wearing a
seat belt, both misdemeanors. Vanfossen was arrested on US
50 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the
Washington County Jail on 7 Feb 07 at 5:28 pm.
Cornell Lamar Meyers, age 41, 902 Fourth Street, Marietta,
for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Meyers
was arrested at Kentucky Fried Chicken in Marietta by Patrolman
McCracken of the Marietta City Police Department and processed
into the Washington County Jail on 7 Feb 07 at 8:30 pm.