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Archive of 05-31-08

On 31 May 08 Deputy Sheriff Mankins arrested Jacob R. Hogue, age 20, 2219 Marjory Drive SW, Massillon, OH, for carrying a concealed weapon. Stopped for not having a front license plate, a canine indicated the presence of drugs in Mr. Hogue’s vehicle. The search that ensued resulted in the discovery of a pair of brass knuckles in the pocket of the driver’s side door.

On 31 May 08 Deputy Sheriff Eddy requested a warrant for a seventeen year old New Matamoras resident for being an unruly runaway. The teenager’s father reported his daughter did not return directly home from work as ordered to do so and that her current whereabouts are unknown.

On 31 May 08 Anthony Cottrill, age 30, 20350 State Route 60, Beverly, reported aluminum wire and a bag of aluminum cans were stolen from his property while he was at work. Mr. Cottrill identified two suspects by speaking to a scrap yard employee, who said Lloyd D. Nicholson, age 45, 20340 State Route 60, Beverly, and Colton R. Balderson, age 19, 17184 Muskingum River Road, Waterford, brought in the described items. Interviewed by Deputy Sheriff K. Travaglio, Nicholson said he went to the scrap yard with Balderson and the items and the two split the proceeds of $14.55. Consequently, Deputy Travaglio requested warrants for Balderson and Nicholson for theft.

On 31 May 08 Deputy Sheriff Mankins issued a citation to Kenneth L. Roberts, age 38, 710 ½ Clement Avenue, Belpre, for driving under a suspended license. Deputy Mankins stopped Mr. Roberts near Joe Skinner Road on State Route 7 in Dunham Township.

On 31 May 08 Deputies were dispatched to the scene of an altercation at 106 Twila Court, Marietta. Inside the home blood was visible on a kitchen table, which Mary Buck, age 33, said was from her nose. Ms. Buck said her live-in boyfriend of six years, Brian Morgan Jr., age 25, was intoxicated and punched her in the face four or five times. Also at the scene with a visible injury was Ms. Buck’s sister, Sherri Nolen, age 27, 112 Sunset Lane, Marietta. During Mr. Smith’s alcoholic rampage he shoved Ms. Nolen into a corner and caused a large bump on her forehead. Unable to locate Mr. Morgan while patrolling the area, Deputy Sheriff Malone requested warrants for Mr. Morgan for domestic violence and assault.

On 31 May 08 Shawn Huck, 370 Arends Ridge Road, Marietta, reported his Chevy truck was parked at the Fox Den when his friends informed him the driver of a Chevy van hit his truck and left the scene. Mr. Huck tracked the vehicle to a nearby residence and identified the driver as David Rummer, age 44. The van, which belonged to Mr. Rummer’s brother and for which he did not have permission to drive, sustained heavy damage while Mr. Huck’s truck was lightly damaged.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Brian Lee Miller, age 43, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Miller was arrested on Putnam Avenue in Marietta by Patrolman Caldwell of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 31 May 08 at 2:18 pm.

Jacob Robert Hogue, age 20, 2219 Marjory Drive SW, Massillon, OH, for carrying a concealed weapon, a misdemeanor. Hogue was arrested on US 50 by Deputy Sheriff Mankins and processed into the Washington County Jail on 31 May 08 at 8:15 pm.

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