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Archive of 09-08-09

On 8 Sep 09 Deputy Sheriff Travaglio issued a citation to David M. Holmes, age 34, 228 Winter Street, Crooksville, for not wearing a seat belt. Deputy Travaglio originally stopped Mr. Holmes for traveling left of center after turning from State Route 60 onto Masonic Park Road in Muskingum Township.

On 8 Sep 09 the L-A Fire Department transported a thirty-eight year old Lowell resident to Marietta Memorial for treatment following a suicide attempt. The woman’s live-in boyfriend reported the victim was unconscious when he returned home at 11:30 that morning and believes she ingested an overdose of her prescription medications (296).

On 8 Sep 09 Deputy Sheriff Lockhart requested warrants for Elizabeth Russell, age 21, 1515 Camp Hervida Road, Waterford, for domestic violence, telephone harassment and driving under a suspended license. Seated in the driver’s seat of her vehicle while speaking to her live-in boyfriend Destry S. Todd, age 19, in front of his residence on Layman Road in Vincent, Ms. Russell became irate, revved her car engine and attempted to strike Mr. Todd with her vehicle. Mr. Todd was forced to jump on the hood of Ms. Russell’s vehicle and held on for a quarter of a mile before Ms. Russell slowed enough to jump off the hood. The phone harassment charge stems from a report made by a sixty-five year old Vincent resident. The victim alleged she asked Ms. Russell to cease phoning her but that Ms. Russell phoned her several more times. In a separate incident that occurred eighteen hours earlier at 1515 Camp Hervida Road, Mr. Todd was arrested for domestic violence for reportedly shoving Ms. Russell and holding her down on a bed. Mr. Todd then allegedly attempted to frame Ms. Russell for assault by cutting himself on the wrist.

On 8 Sep 09 Deputy Sheriffs Mankins and Travaglio assisted a Dog Warden in executing a search warrant involving emaciated, malnourished and diseased animals at 1815 Long Run Road, Newport. Knocking on a door at the residence, which was shielded by tall overgrown weeds and grass, the Deputies noticed and elderly woman seated on a couch. Slowly moving and appearing disoriented, the eighty year old woman waded to the front door through up to an inch of cat urine and feces. The woman’s clothing was filthy and she complained of lightheadedness and sickness. While Deputy Mankins arranged for a squad to transport the woman to the hospital, her son Steven R. Sharp, age 51, appeared at the residence he shares with his mother. When questioned, Mr. Sharp admitted he was his mother’s caretaker. As a result, Deputy Mankins arrested Mr. Sharp for failing to provide care for a functionally impaired person and transported him to the Washington County Jail. Additional charges may be forthcoming, as this case is still under investigation.

On 8 Sep 09 a twenty-seven year old Marietta resident reported an unknown male subject phoned her at her residence and claimed he had video surveillance footage of her striking his vehicle with her vehicle in the CVS parking lot. The caller then demanded $1,400 and stated he would contact the police if she did not pay the money. This case remains under investigation (707).

On 8 Sep 09 Sherry Stack, age 54, 1005 Planning Mill Street, Caldwell, reported she was visiting her mother in Macksburg when Larry G. Williams, age 61, 20632 Jeffrey Road, Macksburg, drove by the residence, honked the horn and made obscene gestures. Ms. Stack stated she has a protection order against Mr. Williams and that his actions cause her to fear for her safety. Interviewed at the fairgrounds, Mr. Williams denied honking his car horn or making any gestures toward Ms. Stack, but admitted driving by the home Ms. Stack visited in Macksburg. Therefore, Deputy Sheriff Carr arrested Mr. Williams for violating the terms of a protection order transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 8 Sep 09 an employee at Pioneer Chevrolet, 1315 Pike Street, Marietta, reported the tires and rims were stolen from a 2010 Cadillac DTS sometime between 5:30 pm on 7 Sep and 6:30 am on 8 Sep. This case remains under investigation (296).

On 8 Sep 09 an employee of Shelly Materiel, 31330 State Route 7, Marietta, reported sometime between 4 Sep and 8 Sep an unknown suspect(s) pried the lock off a storage building. No items appear missing and no damage to any equipment is visible. This case remains under investigation (296).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Destry Shane Todd, age 19, 2195 Layman Road, Vincent, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Todd was arrested at his residence by Sgt. Johnson of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Sep 09 at 6:40 am.

Stacy Yvette Lee, age 38, 623 Virginia Street apt. 312, Marietta, for four felony counts of trafficking in drugs. Lee was arrested at her residence by Detective Parks of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Sep 09 at 10:40 am.

Larry Glen Williams, age 61, 20631 Jeffrey Road, Dexter City, for violating the terms of a protection order, a misdemeanor. Williams was arrested in Marietta by Deputy Sheriff Carr and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Sep 09 at 8:40 pm.

Steven Randal Sharp, age 52, 1815 Long Run Road, Newport, for failing to provide care for a functionally impaired person, a misdemeanor. Sharp was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Mankins and processed into the Washington County Jail on 8 Sep 09 at 10:11 pm.

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