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Archive of 09-29-09

On 29 Sep 09 Deputy Sheriff Hornbeck was on patrol on Shinn Road when he noticed a couch near the tree line approximately .3 miles north of Oak Hill Road in Palmer Township. Unable to identify the suspect who disposed of the couch illegally, Deputy Hornbeck contacted the township trustees to arrange for its removal.

On 29 Sep 09 the owner of Mar Ren Apartments, 122 Tennis Center Drive, Marietta, reported when he checked an apartment after a tenant moved out on 27 Sep he found it totally uninhabitable. The owner said cat feces destroyed the carpet, rotten food was inside the refrigerator, the master bedroom was full of trash and the bathroom was utterly disgusting. The estimated damage to the apartment is between $5,000 and $10,000. This case remains under investigation (500).

The following individual wAS processed into the Washington County Jail:

Kayleigh Quinn Ryder, age 23, 1577 Depot Street, Albany, OH, for contempt for failing to pay fines, a misdemeanor. Ryder was arrested in Marietta Municipal Court by Patrolman Blasko of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 Sep 09 at 9:05 am.

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