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Archive of 07-03-08

On 3 Jul 08 George Broughton, age 51, 3700 State Route 60, Marietta, reported between 7 pm and midnight the previous evening unknown suspects wrote their initials and otherwise damaged a concrete slab he had poured earlier that day. This case remains under investigation (805).

On 3 Jul 08 Jason Whittaker, age 30, 22781 State Route 60, Beverly, reported his ex-girlfriend appeared at his home and started a commotion. When he did not allow her inside his home Mr. Whittaker said she grabbed a curtain rod through a window she previously broke and broke a window frame and another window. Mr. Whittaker said his ex-girlfriend dented the siding of his home by throwing bricks and broke the rear window of his vehicle with a piece of asphalt. This case remains under investigation (610).

NEW HARLEY-DAVIDSON

The Washington County Sheriffs Office has been working closely with S & P Harley-Davidson in Marietta to bring another motorcycle to their fleet of vehicles. A new fully-equipped 2008 Harley-Davidson Road King will be utilized in a multitude of functions for the department. With the support of Steve Hardy, Owner and Kenny Hardy, General Manager from S&P Harley-Davidson, the Washington County Sheriffs Office have saved over $5,000 with a purchase of this type of resource used in providing coverage to the community.

Sheriff Mincks and his Deputies have an ongoing expectation of operating the department in a cost-effective manner with the overwhelming increase in fuel prices. This method of transportation assists greatly in achievement of that goal. Over the next 90 days, the officers trained and certified to ride motorcycles will be using the vehicle in performing their daily activities to determine the full impact that can be made. The motorcycle will achieve 50 miles per gallon for highway use and 39 in city use. The new motorcycle will be utilized in drug interdiction and speed enforcement primarily in school zones and posted speed limits less than 55 mph in small communities. The Sheriff’s Office fuel budget has escalated from $125,000 a year to a projected $290,000 in 2009.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Kevin Matthew Wroe, age 34, 223 Greene Street Apt. 4, Marietta, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Wroe was arrested on Montgomery Street in Marietta by Patrolman Chapman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 Jul 08 at 3:10 am.

Tyson Chad Hill, age 26, 175 Goose Run Road, Marietta, for theft and for possession of drugs, both felonies. Hill was picked up at the Noble Correctional Institution by Deputy Sheriff O’Brien and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 Jul 08 at 9:29 am.

David Lee Perine, age 23, 503 Ferguson Street, Marietta, for forgery and for theft by deception, both felonies. Perine was picked up at the Noble Correctional Institution by Deputy Sheriff O’Brien and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 Jul 08 at 9:49 am.

Christopher Leroy Smith, age 42, 222 Fifth Street, Beverly, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Smith was arrested at Skinner Firestone by Deputy Sheriff Carr and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 Jul 08 at 3:02 pm.

Daniel Hendrickson Jr., age 21, 704 Washington Square, Marietta, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Hendrickson was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Carr and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 Jul 08 at 3:59 pm.

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