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Archive of 05-25-09

On 25 May 09 Jamie Ford, age 26, 110 Deer Haven Street, Marietta, reported she along with her husband Curtis, age 27, traveled to her ex-husband’s home to retrieve items left by her son during visitation with his father. Things were going smoothly, Mrs. Ford said, until her ex-husband, Shaun McFarland, age 30, 30445 State Route 7, Marietta, erupted with anger. Reeking of alcohol, Mr. McFarland threatened to kill Mrs. Ford and to beat up Mr. Ford. As McFarland pulled his fist back to strike her, Mrs. Ford said she sought refuge in her vehicle. At that point, McFarland jumped on the hood, punched and broke the windshield, bent the antenna and punched two dents in the vehicle’s fender. As a result of the incident, Deputy Sheriff Travaglio requested warrants for Mr. McFarland for domestic violence, menacing and criminal damaging.

On 25 May 09 Jeffrey E. Jones, age 45, 27400 State Route 7 Lot 52, Marietta, reported an unknown female entered a vehicle owned by his neighbor and sped away. Mr. Jones said the driver nearly struck another neighbor, drove through his grass and a flower bed, damaged and aerator cover and spun gravel out of his driveway. Located in Marietta, the vehicle was returned to its owner after Lt. Gherke determined there was possibly a verbal agreement regarding the purchase of the 1989 Chevy Beretta. Deputy Sheriff Holbert’s investigation into the criminal damaging aspect of this case is ongoing.

On 25 May 09 Ginny L. Kinney, age 50, 2315 Blue Knob Road, Marietta, reported sometime between 20 Apr and 8 May an unknown suspect(s) entered her home and stole a digital camera, a pair of gold and diamond earrings, a men’s gold wedding band and a gold ring with diamonds. This case remains under investigation (1293).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Raymond Williams, age 50, 1266 Sherman Street, Akron, for failing to reinstate his operator’s license, a misdemeanor. Williams was arrested near milepost ten on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 25 May 09 at 5:39 am.

Charles Leroy Holliday, age 49, 510A Ravenna Road, Newton Falls, OH, for OVI, possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and speeding, all misdemeanors. Holliday was arrested near milepost five on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 25 May 09 at 11:05 pm.

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