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Archive of 04-05-09

On 5 Apr 09 Sgt. Eddy and Deputy Sheriff Reynolds investigated a possible domestic disturbance involving a forty-one year old Marietta man and his sixteen year old son. Arguing over the fact that his son left the Roller Rink without permission to go to the Skate Park, the father grabbed his son by the shirt collar and pushed the juvenile in the direction of his bedroom. The Deputies determined no threat or act of domestic violence occurred.

On 5 Apr 09 a forty-one year old Marietta resident reported she was speaking on the phone with an acquaintance when another acquaintance picked up the phone on the other end and threatened her. This case remains under investigation (805).

On 5 Apr 09 Sgt. Eddy and Deputy Sheriff Reynolds responded to the scene of an assault at 2288 Tick Ridge Road, Vincent. The Deputies determined the brawl began over a property dispute involving the construction and subsequent disassembly of a garage on property rented by Bradley N. Smith at 2288 Tick Ridge Road, Vincent. The owner of the property, Brion K. Dye, age 39, 953 Windy Ridge Road, Vincent, arrived at the rental party along with his father in law Anthony W. Atkinson, age 53, 843 Windy Ridge Road, Vincent, and confronted a group of individuals disassembling the garage erected by Mr. Smith. Tempers flared immediately, with Mr. Atkinson knocking a tool out of the hand of Mike Ash, age 40, 10534 Pond Creek Road, Rockport, WV. After punching Mr. Ash in the jaw Mr. Atkinson turned and struck Kyle Carson, age 19, and Steven L. Carson, age 51, both of 11120 Pond Creek Road, Rockport, WV. Mr. Dye then struck Steve Carson, pulled him the ground and held him there while Mr. Atkinson struck him with an unknown object. While Steve and Kyle Carson received treatment for their injuries at Camden Clark Hospital, Deputy Reynolds arrested Mr. Dye for assault and Mr. Atkinson for assault and for two counts of felonious assault.

On 5 Apr 09 a sixteen year old Charleston resident crashed his motorcycle after unsuccessfully landing a jump from a ramp at the Wildwood Raceway at 2460 Wildwood Lake Road, Little Hocking. Though the teenager did not appear to have a broken bone, EMTs at the scene said the juvenile was experiencing pain and swelling in his left knee. The Little Hocking Fire Department transported the teenager to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment (608).

On 5 Apr 09 an employee of Marietta Township reported an unknown suspect(s) entered the community building at 260 Sandhill Road, Marietta and discharged fire extinguishers throughout several rooms. In addition, the complainant said the suspect(s) broke several windows of interior doors and stole an unknown number of cases of soft drinks. This case remains under investigation (1001).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Shane Franklin Carpenter, age 37, 1308 Williamson Avenue, New Matamoras, for OVI and for possession of drugs, both misdemeanors. Carpenter was arrested in New Matamoras by Chief Bourne of the New Matamoras Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 5 Apr 09 at 1:34 am.

Anthony Wayne Atkinson Sr., age 53, 843 Windy Ridge Road, Vincent, for three misdemeanor counts of assault. Atkinson was arrested on Tick Ridge Road by Deputy Sheriff Reynolds and processed into the Washington County Jail on 5 Apr 09 at 10:30 pm.

Brion Keith Dye, age 38, 953 Windy Ridge Road, Vincent, for assault, a misdemeanor. Dye was arrested on Tick Ridge Road by Deputy Sheriff Reynolds and processed into the Washington County Jail on 5 Apr 09 at 10:46 pm.

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