Click here to go to the main pageWashington County Sheriff's OfficeSheriff Vehiclemenu
WCSO Main Menu
MenuMenu
Search washingtoncountysheriff.org
Menu
WCSO's Main Menu
Click on the Submenu Links to navigate to more webpagesSubmenuClick to read our Press ReleasesSubmenuClick to read the Press Release ArchivesSubmenuSnow Emergency Levels!SubmenuClick here to learn about the new Enhanced 911 SystemSubmenuSubmenu

Archives

Archive of 08-08-07

On 8 Aug 07 Katrina S. Wilson, age 31, 215 Hendricks Street, Newport, reported at 1 am her ex-husband Joseph F. Wilson Jr., age 41, 40 Riverview Drive, Belmont, WV, attempted to enter her home using a garage door opener programmed when the two shared the residence prior to their January divorce. Ms. Wilson stated her ex-husband called her cellular phone over fifty times that day, left two threatening messages and that the only reason he could not open the garage door was because she jammed the door shut with two screwdrivers. Questioned by Deputy Sheriff Reynolds, Mr. Wilson admitted he tried to enter the residence through the garage and locked front door in a failed attempt to speak with his ex-wife. In consequence to Mr. Wilson’s actions Deputy Reynolds arrested him for attempted burglary and telephone harassment and transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 8 Aug 07 Lt. Huffer and Deputy Sheriff Malone responded to a report that three individuals were threatened with a shotgun while riding motorcycles at the raceway at 2392 Wildwood Lake Road, Little Hocking. The three male victims, aged twenty, seventeen and fourteen, stated they were riding motorcycles on property adjacent to that belonging to Jon C. Harbert, age 50, 75 Harbert Road, when Mr. Harbert pointed a shotgun at them. The three also stated Mr. Harbert stood very close to them and said he could shoot them because the property they were riding on was his. Questioned regarding the allegations, Mr. Harbert admitted threatening the victims and also commented that he took handguns to the raceway to confront riders he thought entered his property. As a result, Mr. Harbert was arrested for three counts of aggravated menacing and transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 8 Aug 07 a member of the Oak Grove EMS reported they were en route to the hospital with a victim of domestic violence. Interviewing the victim, Tammy S. McMillan, age 40, 925 Latrobe Street, Parkersburg, Deputy Sheriff Travaglio determined the incident took place three days ago at Ms. McMillan’s residence. Therefore Deputy Travaglio forwarded this case to the Parkersburg Police Department for further investigation.

SUSPECT CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING DEPUTY

On 8 Aug 07 Lt. Wilson and Sgt. Underwood were dispatched to the scene of a domestic dispute at 310 Morris Loop Road, Marietta. The victim, Betty Simpson, age 54, stated an argument with her live-in partner Anna Jones, age 42, began at the Beachcomber in Williamstown and continued when they arrived home. At that time Ms. Simpson stated Ms. Jones punched her in the face, pulled her hair and slammed her head onto the floor in their dining room. Ms. Simpson said she’s been living with Ms. Jones for three months and she broke two phones when she attempted to call for help. Placed under arrest for domestic violence by Sgt. Underwood, Ms. Jones repeatedly banged her head on his cruiser’s window. Ms. Jones subsequently spit on Sgt. Underwood three times and tried head butting both deputies. Therefore Ms. Jones was additionally charged with a fourth degree felony count of assaulting a peace officer.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Joseph Frank Wilson Jr., age 41, 208 Riverview Drive, Belmont, WV, for a felony charge of burglary and misdemeanor charges of telephone harassment and criminal trespassing. Wilson was arrested at B & J Carryout in Newport by Deputy Sheriff Reynolds and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Aug 07 at 4:30 am.

Anna Denise Jones, age 42, 310 Morris Loop, Marietta, for a felony charge of assaulting a peace officer and misdemeanor charges of domestic violence and criminal damaging. Jones was arrested at her residence by Sgt. Underwood of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Aug 07 at 4:57 am.

Aaron Matthew Hess, age 28, 410 ½ Warren Street, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Hess turned himself in to Corrections Officer Reeder and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Aug 07 at 9:45 am.

Jeremy Burgin Green, age 26, 551 College Parkway Apt. 202, Parkersburg, for a felony charge of failure to appear and a misdemeanor charge of failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines. Green was picked up in Zanesville by Deputy Sheriff O’Brien and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Aug 07 at 2:43 pm.

Benjamin Randall Bruce, age 18, 389 Muskingum River Road, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Bruce was arrested on behalf of Probation Officer Hamilton and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Aug 07 at 5:27 pm.

Joseph Allen Boyle, age 19, 401 Lancaster Street Apt. 3, Marietta, for receiving stolen property, a misdemeanor. Boyle was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Hilverding of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Aug 07 at 5:40 pm.

Jon Charles Harbert, age 50, 75 Harbert Road, Little Hocking, for three misdemeanor counts of aggravated menacing. Harbert was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Malone and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Aug 07 at 10:45 pm.

Dawn Katherine Gilliam, age 45, 736 Greene Street Apt. 25, Marietta, for .17 breath OVI and for failing to obey the right of way, both misdemeanors. Gilliam was arrested on Greene Street in Marietta by Patrolman Huffman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Aug 07 at 11:54 pm.

...back to archives

Call this number in case of an Emergency!!!
 
Copyright © 2004 Washington County Sheriff's Office
Click here to learn About WCSO Click here to read WCSO's News and Press Releases Click here to learn about Sheriff's Sales Click here to learn about Units of WCSO Click here to learn about the Washington County Jail Click here to learn about Washington County Sex Offenders Click here to learn about WCSO's Online Checks Click here to learn how to Contact WCSO