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Archive of 06-01-09

On 1 Jun 09 an employee of Duke and Duchess, 100 Main Street, Lowell, reported she was in the process of activating two $100 Visa debit cards when the customer purchasing the cards fled the store without paying for the items. Armed with a description of the suspect’s vehicle, Sgt. Eddy located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop on State Route 821 near Glendale Road. When questioned, the driver informed Sgt. Eddy that he did not enter the convenience store but his passenger, Paul T. Willey Jr., age 27, 723 S. Eighth Street, Cambridge, did. Asked if he was in possession of any debit cards, Mr. Willey produced four debit cards, including two matching the description of those stolen. Mr. Willey further revealed that he attempted to purchase the cards with a check from his girlfriend but the draft was declined. Saying he would retrieve alternate funding from his vehicle, Mr. Willey left the store with the debit cards and did not return to pay for them. As a result of the incident, Sgt. Eddy arrested Mr. Willey for theft and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 1 Jun 09 a volunteer maintenance coordinator for Porterfield Baptist Church, 39 Hollywood Drive, Little Hocking, reported sometime during the past four or five days an unknown suspect(s) attempted to pry the lock off a storage shed on the church’s property. The attempt to enter the structure was unsuccessful but caused in excess of $600 damage. This case remains under investigation (790).

On 1 Jun 09 Frances Wear, age 60, 1650 Greenhill Road, Belpre, reported she has been having problems with the step-daughter and step-daughter’s husband, Joseph D. Pinkerton, age 50, 129 Radabaugh Road, Marietta, since the passing of her husband. Ms. Wear stated Mr. Pinkerton and his wife appeared at an estate auction on her property and refused her repeated requests to leave. At the scene, Deputy Sheriff Carr noticed signs reading “Gold Digger Auction” allegedly posted by Mr. Pinkerton and his wife. Interviewed by Deputy Carr, Mr. Pinkerton seemed agitated and claimed vociferously numerous times that he was at a public auction and refused to leave. Citing similar incidents that occurred previously, Deputy Carr requested a summons for Mr. Pinkerton for criminal trespassing.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Eric Matthew Cramer, age 29, 52825 Belmont Avenue, Buchtel, OH, for OVI and for driving outside the marked lanes of travel, both misdemeanors. Cramer was arrested in Reno by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Jun 09 at 12:28 am.

Daniel Gail Hayes, age 37, 5675 Shay Ridge Road, New Matamoras, for aggravated menacing and for using a weapon while intoxicated, both misdemeanors. Hayes was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Holbert and processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Jun 09 at 12:54 am.

Paul Thomas Willey Jr., age 27, 723 Eighth Street, Cambridge, for theft, a felony. Willey was arrested on State Route 821 by Sgt. Eddy of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Jun 09 at 5:19 am.

Robert Christopher Toms, age 26, 836 ½ Third Street, Marietta, for driving under a suspended license, a misdemeanor. Toms was arrested at his residence by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Jun 09 at 8:59 pm.

Edward Joseph Milam, age 31, 2309 Washington Boulevard, Belpre, for assault, a misdemeanor. Milam was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Augenstein of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 1 Jun 09 at 11:57 pm.

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