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Archive of 04-22-07

On 22 Apr 07 Deputy Sheriff Sirianni requested a summons for a thirteen year old Marietta resident to appear in Juvenile Court for being unruly. The teenager’s parents phoned for help as a last resort when their repeated attempts at discipline failed. Directed to complete chores, the juvenile sat in the middle of the road in an act of defiance. In the past the parents also said their son screams obscenities at them and on one occasion struck his mother in the face.

On 22 Apr 07 James R. Ritchey, age 43, 85 Forshey Road, Marietta, reported during the night vandals used a 2” x 4” to damage the windshields of his and his friend’s vehicles in his driveway. Mr. Ritchey and his friend declined to pursue the matter further (1299).

On 22 Apr 07 Deputy Sheriff Stackpole responded to a forest fire reported in the vicinity of Rocky Point Road and Lake Road in Fleming. The seventy-eighty acre fire was extinguished by several local fire departments. Investigations into the cause of the blaze will be handled by the Department of Natural Resources.

On 22 Apr 07 Virginia Payne, age 39, 725 Beverly Street, Watertown, reported unknown suspects toilet papered the house she owns at 10060 State Route 555 in Vincent and scattered feminine hygiene items in the yard. From evidence at the scene Deputy Smeeks identified one of the culprits as Faith E. Daigle, age 18, 70 Smoke Rise Drive, Marietta. Ms. Daigle then rolled on her accomplice, a seventeen year old Marietta resident. While Ms. Daigle was issued a citation for disorderly conduct, the juvenile was issued a summons to appear in Juvenile Court for delinquency by disorderly conduct.

On 22 Apr 07 Helen L. Harris, age 86, 108 Lindsey Avenue, Marietta, reported sometime during the evening an unknown suspect(s) removed her mailbox from its post and threw it through a front window of her residence. Further investigating, Deputy Sheriff Reynolds learned several mailboxes on Arends Ridge Road were either damaged or torn from their post. These cases remain under investigation (1001).

HIGH SPEED CHASE RESULTS IN ARREST

Shortly after midnight on 22 Apr 07 Deputy Sheriff Staats attempted to stop a black Eagle Talon he observed traveling 90 mph on State Route 7 near milepost thirty-nine. Activated his lights and sirens, Deputy Staats continued to pursue the vehicle driven by Eric D. Conley, age 27, 46091 State Route 7, New Matamoras, and requested assistance from New Matamoras Police Chief Bourne. A rolling roadblock failed to terminate the chase, as Mr. Conley attempted to strike both of the pursuing vehicles. Conley continued on in excess of 100 mph then turned onto State Route 260 where he lost control of his vehicle near milepost two, left the roadway and rolled over. Deputy Staats noticed an odor of alcohol on Mr. Conley and observed several empty bottles as well as spilled beer on the passenger seat in the vehicle. Admitting he consumed several beers and smoked marijuana, Mr. Conley was belligerent and uncooperative when transported to the hospital and had to be handcuffed and taped to his bed. Conley was charged with a felony count of fleeing and eluding and misdemeanor counts of speeding, OVI and driving under a suspended license. Additional charges may be forthcoming.

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