Archive of 04-23-09
On 23 Apr 09 Caldwell emergency services transported
a twenty-seven year old Macksburg resident to Marietta Memorial
Hospital to receive treatment for a cut to her left forearm.
The victim was speaking on the phone with her husband while
repairing a vacuum cleaner with a knife and became increasingly
frustrated. The victim said she jerked her hand in anger, not
remembering the knife was in her hand and cut her arm. She
said she had no desire to end her life or to intentionally
harm herself in any way (1001).
On 23 Apr 09 Michelle Casto, age 32, 824 West
Main Street, Pomeroy, reported she and her husband moved from
their former residence at 310 Beckers Lane in Lowell but still
have belongings at the location. Mrs. Casto state sometime
during the past four days an unknown suspect(s) entered a camper
and storage building on the property and stole four sleeping
bags, two air mattresses, an inflatable couch, campfire cooking
pans, three tents, two toolboxes full of tools and miscellaneous
figurines. The total estimated loss is approximately $715.
This case remains under investigation (805).
On 23 Apr 09 the Little Hocking Fire Department
transported a fifty year old Little Hocking resident to Camden
Clark Hospital following an overdose on prescription drugs.
A relative reported finding his sister lying on her bathroom
floor and semi-responsive. At the hospital the victim later
said she took six or seven Klonopin pills and applied two Duragesic
Fentanyl patches to her skin (594).
On 23 Apr 09 the vice president of Bartlett
Farmer’s Bank, 8515 State Route 339, Vincent, reported
the bank received a counterfeit $10 bill, both of which bore
the same serial number, in deposits from White Oak Pharmacy
and from the Warren High School kitchen. This case remains
under investigation (1090).
On 23 Apr 09 Kristopher Simms, age 36, 101
Warren Heights Drive, Marietta, reported when he arrived home
he noticed a dead tree had been dragged to and was left straddling
the property line he shares with Theodore Miller, age 86, 17043
State Route 550, Marietta. Despite the fact that a surveyor
determined a fence was on Mr. Simms’ property, Mr. Miller
is upset that Mr. Simms removed the fence. Mr. Simms said there
is an ongoing dispute between him and Mr. Miller and that he
went to his neighbor’s residence to ask him about the
tree. Mr. Miller replied that he left the tree there because
Mr. Simms removed the fence. After Mr. Simms turned to leave
Mr. Miller pointed to a rifle on his porch and said “get
off my property, I don’t want to use that.” Fearing
for his safety, Mr. Simms quickly returned to his home. Following
his investigation, Deputy Sheriff Reeder requested a summons
for Mr. Miller for aggravated menacing.
On 23 Apr 09 the owner of Schott’s Garage,
5503 State Route 821, Whipple, reported sometime overnight
an unknown suspect(s) stole two Freightliner truck tire rims
from behind the business. This case remains under investigation
On 23 Apr 09 Deputy Sheriff Smeeks requested
a summons for Lucas Z. Mowery, age 21, 53145 State Route 681,
Reedsville, for contributing to the unruliness of a minor.
After the parents of a sixteen year old Little Hocking resident
discovered their daughter was pregnant they found out the teenager
sneaked out of their house numerous times to meet Mr. Mowery.
Due to the fact that the teenager disobeyed house rules and
left her home without permission, Deputy Smeeks requested a
summons for the juvenile to appear in Juvenile Court for being
The following individual
wAS processed into the Washington County Jail:
Brad Elliott Soule, age 24, 2973 Harrisburg
Road NE, Canton, for possession of drugs and possession of
drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors. Soule was arrested near
milepost three on State Route 60 by the Ohio State Highway
Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23
Apr 09 at 1:35 am.