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Archive of 08-19-08

On 19 Aug 08 the resident of 255 Highland Ridge Road, Marietta, reported Gary W. Harbison, age 40, 212 Pennsylvania Avenue Apt. 14, Marietta, was at her home and refused to leave without being given a ride home. When Deputy Sheriff Mankins arrived Mr. Harbison offered to walk home but was arrested for his safety for disorderly conduct by intoxication after he tested .169 BAC.

On 19 Aug 08 Deputy Sheriff Spencer issued a citation to Gable D. Wright Jr., age 52, 194 Davis Road, Waterford, for driving under a suspended license. Deputy Spencer stopped Mr. Wright on Blue Knob Road near Gravel Bank Road in Warren Township.

On 19 Aug 08 an employee of Par Mar #2, 8600 State Route 339, Vincent, reported upon viewing security footage from 16 Aug, she observed a male customer stealing a pack of cigarettes. This case remains under investigation (200).

On 19 Aug 08 Ronald E. Selsor, age 47, 2020 Bear Run Road, Newport, reported his son Ronald E. Reed, age 22, struck him in the head then fled the scene. When Deputy Sheriff Rhodes arrived Mr. Reed had returned to the residence and stated he was there to face his consequences. Mr. Reed acknowledged punching his father in the head, saying Mr. Selsor was intoxicated and making rude comments about him and his step-mother. As a result, Deputy Rhodes arrested Mr. Reed for domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 19 Aug 08 Kimberly L. Yates, age 41, 12675 South 150 East, Draper, UT, reported she believes her purse and its contents were stolen from her convertible rental car when she stopped at Turner’s One Stop on the afternoon of 16 Aug. This case remains under investigation (200).

On 19 Aug 08 Deputy Sheriff Spencer issued a citation to Roger P. Loy Jr., age 36, 3002 Milltown Road, Newport, for operating an unsafe vehicle on the roadway. Deputy Spencer stopped Mr. Loy for riding an ATV on Dana’s Run Road near Dana Road in Newport Township. Mr. Loy stated he drove the ATV back and forth from work to save money on gasoline.

On 19 Aug 08 a Muskingum Township employee reported finding eight bags of plastic bottles and three couch cushions near the end of Muskingum River Road. This case remains under investigation (684).

On 19 Aug 08 Debbie K. Jarrell, age 51, 1200 Lynch Church Road, Marietta, reported she believes a former resident of her home stole between fifty and sixty DVD’s from her basement. This case remains under investigation (232).

On 19 Aug 08 the owner of the Misty Blue, 1755 State Route 821, Marietta, reported sometime between 10 pm on 18 Aug and 11:30 am on 19 Aug an unknown suspect(s) broke a window to enter the bar and stole seven bottles of liquor. This case remains under investigation (1097).

On 19 Aug 08 the owner of Belpre Sand & Gravel, 320 Cemetery Road, Little Hocking, reported sometime overnight an unknown suspect entered the business’ gated property and drove a welding truck to the entry gate. Once the at the gate the suspect(s) removed nearly 400 feet of welding wire and a starter, a loss of nearly $2,000. This case remains under investigation (945).

On 19 Aug 08 a clerk at Byers Exxon, 26960 State Route 7, Marietta, reported a female customer left the store without paying for a bottle of water and a container of ice cream she secreted in her purse. Using a license plate number Deputy Sheriff Eddy located the suspect, Melissa Eisnaugle, age 25, 392 Pine Street, Davisville, WV, at the residence of her boyfriend Eric Morris, age 26, 80 Smith Drive, Marietta. Confronted with her countenance on security footage, Ms. Eisnaugle confessed to talking the items. Furthermore, Ms. Eisnaugle said her boyfriend knew she was going to steal the goods and that she instructed him to distract the clerk while she placed the items in her purse. Though Mr. Morris vehemently assisting in perpetrating the theft, the store clerk said Mr. Morris began talking to her when she attempted to see what Mr. Eisnaugle was doing. As a result, Deputy Eddy arrested Ms. Eisnaugle for theft and Mr. Morris for complicity in committing theft and transported them to the Washington County Jail.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Gary Wayne Harbison, age 40, 212 Pennsylvania Avenue Apt. 14, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Harbison was arrested at 255 Highland Ridge Road by Deputy Sheriff Mankins and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Aug 08 at 4:00 am.

Adam Joseph Hadley, age 19, 1200 Lynch Church Road, Marietta, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Hadley was arrested at Devols Dam by Sgt. Brockmeier of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Aug 08 at 7:52 am.

Eunice Husband Jr., age 37, 705 Illinois Street, Decatur, lL, for possession of drugs, a felony. Husband was picked up in Clarksburg by Deputy Sheriff Reeder and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Aug 08 at 5:45 pm.

Ronald Ernest Reed, age 22, 2020 Bear Run Road, Newport, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Reed was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Rhodes and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Aug 08 at 11:30 pm.

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