Archive of 01-15-09
On 15 Jan 09 Deputy Sheriff S. Travaglio requested
a summons for a fifteen year old Marietta resident to appear
in Juvenile Court for being unruly. The teenager’s mother
said her son left their residence without permission and was
possibly en route to his girlfriend’s home. Deputy Travaglio
located the juvenile after a short foot pursuit on Greene Street
and returned him to his mother’s custody.
On 15 Jan 09 Patricia Smith, age 46, 1154
Patten Mills Road, Cutler, reported her son Anthony T. Hill,
age 19, arrived home at 5 am in an intoxicated state and for
no apparent reason became extremely agitated and began screaming.
Ms. Smith stated her son rampaged through the home, overturned
chairs and kicked things that were on the floor. At no time
in fear for her safety, Ms. Smith said her son fled the residence
prior to the arrival of Deputy Sheriffs Richards and Smeeks.
As a result, Deputy Sheriff Richards requested a summons for
Mr. Hill for disorderly conduct.
SUSPECT PLEADS IN BURGLARY CASE
On 15 Jan 09 Kenneth R. Sparks, age 31, 319 Simpson Street,
Marietta, pleaded guilty to a third degree felony charge of
burglary in Judge Ed Lane’s courtroom. Sparks is scheduled
to be sentenced on 3 Mar 09 at 8 am and faces between one and
five years in prison. The plea followed Sparks’ arrest
on 30 Dec 08 for entering the residence of Frank Chutes at
312 Simpson Street and stealing nearly $10,000 worth of collectible
coins and two handguns. Sparks has a criminal history of breaking
and entering and has been sentenced to prison on four separate
occasions. Sparks is being held without bond in the Washington
An alleged accomplice in the burglary of Chutes’ home,
Brian R. Morgan Sr., age 46, 319 Simpson Street, Marietta,
is currently awaiting trial.
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Mark Duane Bowen, age 49, 49677 Benwood Road,
Sardis, for driving under a suspended license, a misdemeanor.
Bowen was arrested on State Route 7 by Chief Bourne of the
New Matamoras Police Department and processed into the Washington
County Jail on 15 Jan 09 at 7:04 pm.
Cecil Dewayne Ingold, age 51, 520 Foundry Street, New Martinsville,
for being a fugitive from justice and for misdemeanor charges
of resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia. Ingold
was arrested in New Matamoras by Chief Bourne of the New Matamoras
Police Department and processed into the Washington County
Jail on 15 Jan 09 at 11:47 pm.