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Archive of 01-28-08

On 28 Jan 08 an employee of the 50A Carryout, 15918 State Route 550, Fleming, reported when she arrived to open the store that morning she noticed pry marks on the door. Additionally, a basement door was pried and broken in an attempt to enter the business. The store clerk stated nothing appears missing at this time. This case remains under investigation (1184).

On 28 Jan 08 Carla Clark, age 23, 105 State Route 555 Apt. 5, Little Hocking, reported being assaulted by her now ex-live-in boyfriend’s mother, Rhonda G. McFann, age 40, 4215 Brandaberry Road, Coolville. Ms. Clark said she just kicked her boyfriend out of their apartment after he broke up with her and Ms. McFann came to pick him up. Immediately when Ms. McFann arrived, Ms. Clark stated she began making threats. Ms. McFann later slapped Ms. Clark, grabbed her by the hair and dragged her into the apartment. Confirming Ms. Clark’s account with witnesses, Deputy Sheriff Norman requested a warrant for Ms. McFann for assault.

On 28 Jan 08 the owner of the Outskirts, 20825 State Route 550, Marietta, reported sometime during the night an unknown suspect(s) broke the glass out of one of the business’ doors, entered the business and stole over seventy packs of cigarette, six six-packs of beer, two six packs of Smirnoff, twelve t-shirts and a radio. This case remains under investigation (592).

On 28 Jan 08 the owner of Sandhill Mini Storage, 155 Sandhill Road, Reno, reported on 23 Jan one of his renters informed him that the locks were cut off of six storage units. Of the two renters he spoke with thus far, neither believed anything was missing from their unit. This case remains under investigation (790).

On 28 Jan 08 the manager of Dollar General, 10282 State Route 550, Vincent, reported receiving what she believes was a counterfeit $20 bill. It is unclear if the currency is counterfeit, as it has a series date of 1950 and could have caused the “counterfeit pen” to return a false positive. This case remains under investigation (232).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Arnold Wilkerson Slusher, age 64, 35211 Hanson Road, Beverly, for OVI, driving left of center and for contempt of a court order, all misdemeanors. Slusher was arrested in Marietta Municipal Court by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Jan 08 at 12:01 pm.

Mark James Hinton, age 28, 710 Third Street, Belpre, a fugitive from justice. Hinton was arrested on Elm Street in Belpre by Patrolman Williams of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Jan 08 at 3:37 pm.

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