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Archive of 08-26-08

On 26 Aug 08 an employee at the Washington County Juvenile Detention Center reported after hearing a loud bang at 12:30 am he noticed a seventeen year old Marietta resident missing from his room. It is believed the juvenile was wearing a black shirt and black shorts and may be destined for West Virginia. This case remains under investigation (296).

On 26 Aug 08 Deputy Sheriff Smeeks issued a citation to Cecil L. Boley Jr., age 20, 436 Robinson Hill Road, Marietta, for traveling 72 mph in a 55 mph zone. Deputy Smeeks stopped Mr. Boley on State Route 60 near milepost sixteen in Warren Township.

On 26 Aug 08 David L. Burt, age 46, 17891 State Route 339, Waterford, reported when a tenant vacated his rental property at 4855 State Route 339 in Vincent the tenant took with her two garage doors and openers. This case remains under investigation (684).

On 26 Aug 08 Darrell R. Spears, age 51, 740 North Fork Road, New Matamoras, reported sometime during the past two days an unknown suspect(s) disposed of several bags of trash on his property. This case remains under investigation (1184).

On 26 Aug 08 Joseph J. Miller, age 69, 1680 North Fork Road, New Matamoras, reported the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office informed him that they recovered a gun that belonged to him. Upon further recollection, Mr. Miller stated he believes that two young men that he hired to power wash his home in July stole the gun along with two rings and a bracelet that he had in his kitchen. This case remains under investigation (1184).

On 26 Aug 08 a witness reported finding a large quantity of copper and aluminum wire on a river bank directly across from a job site at 375 Muskingum River Road in Marietta. The materiel appears to be stolen but its origin is currently unknown. This case remains under investigation (1106).

On 26 Aug 08 a forty-nine year old Little Hocking resident reported his thirteen year old son kicked him in the chest and caused him to fall backwards over a stool. Upset and arguing over being asked to do extra chores, the teenager then ran out of the home and grabbed a screwdriver and pair of pliers. The juvenile reentered the home and pointed the items at his father in a threatening manner before being convinced to put down the tools. As a result of the incident, the teenager was arrested for delinquency by domestic violence and transported to the Washington County Juvenile Center (1090, 1293).

the Sheriff’s Office received the following warrants:

Richard D. Arnett, age 64, 726 East Park Avenue, Fairmont, WV, for violating the terms of his probation by failing to appear to serve ten days in jail on 10 Aug 08.

Michael Johnson, age 33, 860 Walsh Road, Vincent, for driving under a suspended license, for having illegal window tint and for not wearing a seat belt on 17 Aug 08.

Donald L. Lewis, age 55, 74611 Old 21 Road, Kimbolton, OH, for an assault and a theft committed on 14 May 08.

Anthony T. Rembert, age 30, 3010 Camden Avenue, Parkersburg, for aggravated menacing on 21 Aug 08.

Charday M. Underdiown, age 20, 1910 State Route 550, Bartlett, for failing to appear for trial on 25 Aug 08.

Shawn J. Sims, age 18, 55011 Hudson Road, Reedsville, for violating the terms of his probation by failing to complete forty hours of community service or to appear to serve ten days in jail.

The following individuals wAS processed into the Washington County Jail:

Robert Corey Wanzo, age 21, 115 Barber Street, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Wanzo was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Smith and processed into the Washington County Jail on 26 Aug 08 at 3:35 pm.

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