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Archive of 10-19-09

On 19 Oct 09 Tamela Waybright, age 49, 317 Hutchinson Road, New Matamoras, reported she left town to visit a friend on 11 Oct and when she returned eight days later she discovered her front door was unlocked and several pieces of jewelry were missing. The stolen articles, with a total approximate value of $567 include a gold necklace, two white gold wedding bands, a yellow gold wedding band, a class ring and two other gold rings. This case remains under investigation (790).

On 19 Oct 09 an employee of Dollar General, 10282 State Route 550, Vincent, reported a customer long suspected of stealing items from the store was in the store that afternoon acting in a suspicious manner. Questioned by a store employee about a mysterious bulge in her pocket, the suspect quickly entered a restroom and exited shortly thereafter. When the store employee searched the restroom immediately after the suspect left, she discovered two packages of boneless salmon valued at a total of $2.30. This case remains open pending further interviews with the suspect (592).

On 19 Oct 09 Dale E. Greenlees, age 71, 1602 Anderson Road, Fleming, reported sometime during the night an unknown suspect(s) entered an unlocked garage on his brother’s property at 1516 Anderson Road and stole an 8,000 watt generator worth $1,700. This case remains under investigation (592).

On 19 Oct 09 Joshua Schultheis, age 28, 104 W. Faye Avenue, Marietta, reported $2,500 worth of his hunting gear was stolen from the front porch of his parent’s residence. Mr. Schultheis said he hid a bow with ten arrows, a case and hunting clothing behind a steel grill on the porch at 125 Hickory Street, Lower Salem, on 16 Oct and when he returned the following day all of his gear was missing. This case remains under investigation (792).

On 19 Oct 09 an employee of All Crane Rental, 17960 State Route 7, Marietta, reported sometime between 15 Oct and 19 Oct an unknown suspect(s) entered an unlocked GMC truck and tampered with the steering column in what appears to be an unsuccessful attempt to hotwire the vehicle. This case remains under investigation (592).

the Sheriff’s Office received the following warrants:

William R. Adams, age 34, 9550 State Route 550, Vincent, for violating the terms of his probation by failing to appear for a scheduled appointment.

Jonathan D. Bechtold, age 21, 2205 Gihon Road, Parkersburg, for the sale of marijuana on 12 Feb and 27 Feb 09.

David W. Evans, age 33, 560 High Street, Macksburg, for violating the terms of his probation by failing to appear for a scheduled appointment.

Neal D. Groves, age 42, 1308 Williamson Avenue, New Matamoras, for violating the terms of his probation by failing to appear for a scheduled appointment, for failing to show proof of completing a driver’s intervention program and for failing to maintain contact with the probation department.

The following individual was processed into the Washington County Jail:

Tara Elaine Burdette, age 29, 131 Clark Street, Marietta, for theft, a felony. Burdette was arrested at Wal-Mart by Patrolman McClelland of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Oct 09 at 1:26 pm.

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