Archive of 05-12-09
On 12 May 09 Sgt. Eddy and the L-A Fire Department
were dispatched to the scene of a vehicle fire at 9330 State
Route 60, Lowell. Family members said the truck had not run
for several years and they were attempting to repair the vehicle
when the fire occurred. The fire, appearing to originate in
the battery area of the 1995 Ford super duty truck, was successfully
extinguished but not before it caused heavy damage.
On 12 May 09 a forty-four year old Cutler
resident reported a classmate of her nine year old daughter
has been harassing her daughter for at least eight months and
yesterday locked her inside a playhouse for over ten minutes.
This case remains under investigation (1001).
On 12 May 09 Ray Rauch Jr., age 52, 922 Olloch
Hill Road, Lowell, reported his Kawasaki ATV has been sitting
at 988 Olloch Hill Road since it broke down last year and when
he drove by the location at the end of April the ATV was missing.
This case remains under investigation (594).
On 12 May 09 Deputy Sheriff Hornbeck requested
a warrant for Tejai Conner, age 18, 3190 Warren Chapel Road,
Marietta, for unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. In early
April Deputy Hornbeck alleges Mr. Conner engage in sexual activity
with a fifteen year old Marietta resident. Under Ohio law the
offense is a first degree misdemeanor due to the fact that
the victim is under sixteen years old and Mr. Conner is less
than four years older than the victim.
WANTED SUSPECT TURNS HERSELF
A three year search for a suspect wanted on
charges related to operating a meth lab in the Marietta came
to an end yesterday afternoon when Terri S. Lonzo, age 27,
457 Schaum Avenue, Zanesville, turned herself in at the Sheriff’s
Office. The case against Lonzo began on 16 Feb 06 when road
Deputies responded to a complaint concerning a strong chemical
smell emanating from a trailer at 30095 State Route 7 north
of Reno. Once officers arrived, they located an anhydrous methamphetamine
lab, which at the time was the first lab of this type located
in southeastern Ohio. Interviewed by Detectives, Lonzo confessed
that she participated in certain steps of the manufacturing
of methamphetamines, which is a second degree felony. Following
her arrest Lonzo posted bond but failed to appear for her court
appearance. As a result, a warrant was issued for Lonzo’s
arrest. Lt. Mark Hiatt was assigned to attempt to locate Lonzo's
whereabouts concerning this warrant and with the cooperation
of the Zanesville (OH) Police Department, located Lonzo’s
current address. The efforts of the Zanesville PD to arrest
Lonzo ultimately led her to turn herself in to answer to these
charges. Lonzo has since been released on a personal recognizance
bond and is due to appear in Common Pleas Court on 14 May 09
at 2:30 pm. Lonzo is a target of the Washington County Major
Crimes Task Force. The PNTF assisted in the investigation.
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Kenneth Ray Lasure, age 28, 27250 State Route 7, Marietta,
for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Lasure was arrested on
State Route 7 in Marietta by Deputy Sheriff Holbert and processed
into the Washington County Jail on 12 May 09 at 9:14 am.
Terri Starr Lonzo, age 27, 457 Schaum Avenue, Zanesville,
for failure to appear, for illegally manufacturing drugs and
for the counts of illegal assembly of drug chemicals, all felonies.
Lonzo turned herself in at the Washington County Sheriff’s
Office to Lt. Gherke and was processed into the Washington
County Jail on 12 May 09 at 12:13 pm.
Brandon Charles Johnston, age 22, 1505 Brooks Road, Marietta,
for possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia,
both misdemeanors. Johnston was arrested at the Four Seasons
by Detective Staats of the Washington County Sheriff’s
Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 12
May 09 at 4:29 pm.
Justin Alexzander Simpson, age 20, 6644 Strattford Lakes Boulevard,
Canal Winchester, OH, for possession of drugs and possession
of drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors. Simpson was arrested
at the Four Seasons by Detective Staats of the Washington County
Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County
Jail on 12 May 09 at 4:29 pm.
Tytus Lamarr Shields, age 20, 121 Muskingum Drive, Marietta,
for contempt of a court order, a felony. Shields turned himself
in at the Marietta City Police Department to Patrolman Blasko
and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 12 May
09 at 5:30 pm.