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Archive of 01-29-09

On 29 Jan 09 Fredrick G. McKitrick, age 26, 46091 State Route 7, New Matamoras, phoned 911 and stated he was going to kill himself. Shortly thereafter Mr. McKitrick phoned 911 again and said he shot himself in the foot. Appearing intoxicated when Lt. Canavan and Deputy Sheriff Richards arrived, Mr. McKitrick had a wound through his left foot and stated he wanted to go to the hospital. Mr. McKitrick later said he drank at least nine beers throughout the day and claimed he accidentally shot himself when he was changing the barrel of the .22 caliber rifle. Transported to the hospital for treatment, Mr. McKitrick will be issued a summons for handling a weapon while intoxicated.

SUSPECT ARRESTED FOR BURGLARY, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

On 29 Jan 09 Crystal G. Eldridge, 207 Rummer Road Apt. A, reported after she refused to answer text messages and asked her estranged husband to cease contacting her, her husband kicked in the door to apartment while she slept. Ms. Eldridge stated she recently moved into her own residence because her husband, Zachariah W. Ladeaux, age 22, 111 Victory Place, Marietta, has assaulted her in the past. When Mr. Ladeaux kicked in the door around 7:20 am Ms. Eldridge said he did not assault her but he did state that if she did not meet him later as they agreed that he would return to her residence with a shotgun. That threat caused great consternation, as Ms. Eldridge said Ladeaux commented in the past that he would shoot their child. Ladeaux fled Eldridge’s residence prior to the arrival of Deputy Sheriff S. Travaglio but was found at his residence by Lt. Wilson and Deputy Sheriff Carr.

When the Deputies attempted to apprehend him, Ladeaux lammed it, forcing Lt. Wilson to deploy his Taser to affect Ladeaux’s arrest. Taken into custody, Ladeaux was found in possession of Vicodin pills. Later processed into the Washington County Jail, Ladeaux admitted he “freaked out” because Eldridge ignored him and refused to speak with him. Ladeaux further admitted to kicking in Eldridge’s front door and to stating that he was going to come back with a shotgun.

As a result of the incident Ladeaux was charged with a second degree felony count of burglary and for misdemeanor counts of domestic violence, resisting arrest and possession of drugs. He remains incarcerated without bond pending his initial court appearance.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Franklin D. Tucker III, age 23, 1347 Goose Run Road, Marietta, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Tucker was arrested on Millers Lane by Deputy Sheriff McLeish and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 Jan 09 at 5:31 pm.

Franklin D. Tucker III, age 23, 1347 Goose Run Road, Marietta, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Tucker was arrested on Millers Lane by Deputy Sheriff McLeish and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 Jan 09 at 5:31 pm.

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