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Archive of 12-08-08

On 8 Dec 08 Deputy Sheriff Richards issued a citation to Mark McClung, age 32, 114 North Street Apt. B, Ripley, WV, for operating a vehicle with a registration that expired in September 2008. Deputy Richards stopped Mr. McClung on State Route 7 at Tower Road in Belpre Township.

On 8 Dec 08 the assistant principal at the Washington County Career Center reported a sixteen year old student appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. Deputy Mankins noticed the student, a Marietta resident, had an odor of alcohol and glassy, bloodshot eyes. Interviewed by Deputy Sheriff Mankins, the student admitted drinking alcohol but said he did not like cops and would not divulge the source of the alcohol. Consequently, Deputy Mankins requested a summons for the teenager to appear in Juvenile Court on a charge of delinquency by underage consumption of alcohol.

On 8 Dec 08 Deputy Sheriff Mankins requested a summons for a seventeen year old Vincent resident to appear in Juvenile Court on a charge of delinquency by possession of marijuana. The previous Friday, 5 Dec, the assistant principal of Warren High School found the student with a small amount of marijuana concealed in his wallet. The juvenile admitted holding the contraband for a friend but would not divulge his friend’s identity.

CAREER CENTER STUDENT ARRESTED
FOR THREATENING STUDENTS

Following a threatening comment made to them by a seventeen year old Whipple resident on Friday 5 Dec, three Washington County Career Center students reported to school administrators Monday that they feared for their safety. The students said while they were in the Forestry Lab the suspect said in an angry tone of voice that he would bring a gun to school and shoot them. Leaving school without further incident Friday, the suspect was seen back at school Monday sharpening his pencil with a knife. Though the student denied being in possession of a knife when questioned by the schools principal, the principal found the knife concealed in the student’s pocket. Upon completion of an investigation Deputy Sheriff Mankins arrested the teenager for being delinquent and transported him to the Washington County Juvenile Center. If committed by an adult the offenses committed would be carrying a concealed weapon and aggravated menacing.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Michael Jay Babcock, age 32, 470 Cornerville Road, Reno, for robbery, a felony. Babcock turned himself in to Deputy Sheriff Reeder and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Dec 08 at 9:19 am.

Connie Sue Barton, age 32, 56 Albright Lane, Belpre, for violating the terms of her probation, a misdemeanor. Barton was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Dec 08 at 4:49 pm.

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