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Archive of 04-08-09

On 8 Apr 09 Augustine Brunoni Jr., age 28, 8411 County Nine Road, Newport, was transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital after a family member reported he inflicted superficial cuts to his wrist and ingested between ten and fifty Klonopin pills. The Newport Fire Department transported Mr. Brunoni to the hospital for treatment and evaluation (296).

On 8 Deputy Sheriff K. Travaglio requested a summons for George R. McIntire, age 45, 170 Bowersock Road, Reno, for disorderly conduct. Involved in an ongoing dispute with workers maintaining Bowersock Road, Mr. McIntire has repeatedly placed obstructions in the roadway. A worker at the scene said Mr. McIntire was upset that the worker removed a log Mr. McIntire placed in the roadway. Mr. McIntire yelled as he approached the worker, who was operating a tractor to remove the obstruction, and stood in front of the tractor. As the driver of the tractor drove around Mr. McIntire, he held out his arm for the vehicle to strike him in an alleged attempt to pursue action against the worker. Informed by Deputy Travaglio that you cannot obstruct movement in that manner, Mr. McIntire replied that “then I will drive down Front Street and if someone doesn’t move I’ll run them over with my car.”

On 8 Apr 09 Joseph L. Casto, age 36, 695 Silver Globe Road, Marietta, reported when he arrived home from work his brother Aaron C. Casto, age 35, 705 Silver Globe Road, confronted him in his driveway concerning Aaron’s dogs. Joseph said Aaron had been consuming alcohol and began pushing him and swinging his fists in an attempt to instigate a fight. Confirming Joseph’s statements with witnesses, Deputy Sheriff Spencer requested a summons for Aaron Casto for disorderly conduct by intoxication.

On 8 Apr 09 Deputy Sheriff Reynolds arrested Karen S. Brunoni, age 51, 8411 County Nine Road, Newport, for disorderly conduct. Called to the scene to investigate a domestic disturbance, Deputy Reynolds found Mrs. Brunoni in an agitated state. During a discussion with witnesses, Mrs. Brunoni became belligerent and argumentative and refused repeated orders to cease her behavior. En route to the jail, Ms. Brunoni continued her behavior, kicking and trying to open the doors of Deputy Reynolds’ cruiser.

On 8 Apr 09 Timothy W. Mosher, age 48, 385 Murphy Road, Amesville, reported finding four articles of trash along the roadway in front of his residence. This case remains under investigation (232).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Larry Lee Crites, age 21, 703 Clement Avenue, Belpre, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Crites was arrested in Belpre by Deputy Sheriff Hornbeck and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Apr 09 at 11:05 am.

James Franklin Squires Jr., age 49, 711 George Street, Belpre, a fugitive from justice, a felony. Squires was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Clevenger of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Apr 09 at 6:20 pm.

Karen Sue Brunoni, age 51, 8411 County Nine Road, Newport, for disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. Brunoni was arrested at her residence by Deputy Sheriff Reynolds and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Apr 09 at 7:22 pm.

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