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Archive of 11-22-09

On 22 Nov 09 a neighbor reported a window air conditioner was stolen from a small hunting type cabin owned by David Remaly, 2702 10th Avenue, Vienna, at Welch Road in Little Hocking. This case remains under investigation (608).

On 22 Nov 09 Deputy Sheriff Anderson issued a citation to Eric D. Yancey, age 30, 22279 McGill Road, Guysville, for driving under a license suspended for having unpaid child support. Mr. Yancey was stopped initially on suspicion of OVI on State Route 7 near Joe Skinner Road but tested under the limit of .08.

On 22 Nov 09 Jacqueline M. Biggs, age 39, 1783 Highland Ridge Road, Lowell, reported she heard a commotion between her husband and son and when she checked to see what was happening her husband was standing over her son. Interviewing Mr. & Mrs. Biggs, Deputy Sheriff Simmons learned Mrs. Biggs son is autistic, has anger issues and kicks other people on a regular basis. In this instance, Deputy Simmons concluded Mrs. Biggs’ seventeen year old son kicked his stepfather because he was upset with him and that Mr. Biggs attempted to restrain the teenager when the two fell to the floor. Deputy Simmons found no criminal intent and closed this case as unfounded.

On 22 Nov 09 Deputy Sheriff Sheaves requested a summons for a twelve year old Little Hocking resident to appear in Juvenile Court for being unruly. For the second time in a week the juvenile’s foster mother reported the child left the home without permission and had yet to return.

On 22 Nov 09 Kenneth Casada, age 26, 3719 Blue Knob Road, Marietta, reported a Mirage 6600 CB radio worth approximately $3,000 was stolen from the downstairs level of his apartment while he was out of town between 1 Nov and 22 Nov. This case remains under investigation (308).

On 22 Nov 09 Lt. Wilson issued citations to Danielle M. Zaayer, age 32, 300 Starlite Drive Lot 36, Marietta, for driving under a suspended license and for disorderly conduct. Ms. Zaayer’s live-in boyfriend Brian Yarnell, age 32, reported earlier the couple was engaged in an argument and said when he tried to walk away Ms. Zaayer would block his direction of travel with her vehicle. The incident culminated when Ms. Zaayer exited her vehicle and shoved her boyfriend in an attempt to get him back to their residence.

On 22 Nov 09 Terry Coffman, age 55, 804 Coffman Road, Marietta, reported sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) entered her son’s Pontiac Grand Am and stole a touch screen CD player, a subwoofer and a set of Taylor Made golf clubs. This case remains under investigation (608).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

James Ellis Hill, age 56, 122 Oak Grove Lane, Marietta, for a felony charge of OVI and for a misdemeanor charge of failing to obey the right of way at a red light. Hill was arrested on Harmar Street by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 22 Nov 09 at 1:44 am.

Shawntel Spring Eagle, age 30, 4220 Welch Road, Little Hocking, for cruelty to animals, domestic violence and assault, all misdemeanors. Eagle was arrested at her residence by Deputy Sheriff Simmons and processed into the Washington County Jail on 22 Nov 09 at 2:26 am.

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