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Archive of 12-28-09

On 28 Dec 09 Jolisa N. Jett, age 24, 312 Third Street Apt. 2, Lowell, reported when she arrived home with a friend around 11:30 pm her husband Matthew, age 24, began demanding money from her. When she refused to give her husband money because she felt he would purchase drugs, Mrs. Jett said her husband tore off her coat and rummaged through the pockets. Not finding any money, Mr. Jett threw his wife onto the living room couch and struggled to remove his wife’s right arm from her right pocket. Mr. Jett, who does not have a valid driver’s license, took $70 from his wife’s pocket and fled the home in the family vehicle. Based on the statements of Mrs. Jett and other witnesses, Deputy Sheriff Carr requested warrants for Mr. Jett for domestic violence and for driving under a suspended license.

On 28 Dec 09 John T. Roddy, age 65, 1160 Mill Branch Road, Belpre, reported sometime between 1 pm on 27 Dec and 9 am on 28 Dec an unknown suspect(s) entered a home he is building at 2575 Moody Ridge Road, Vincent, and stole a heater, an air compressor, saws, tools, a drill and several faucets. Mr. Roddy estimates the stolen items were worth $7,500. This case remains under investigation (610).

On 28 Dec 09 an employee of Polar Service Centers, 30760 State Route 7, Marietta, reported at some point between 5 pm on 23 Dec and 8 am on 28 Dec an unknown suspect(s) pried open the door on the company’s Dodge delivery truck and unsuccessfully attempted to hotwire and steal the vehicle. This case remains under investigation (296).

On 28 Dec 09 Bill McFall, age 51, 1218 Williamson Avenue, New Matamoras, reported he was away from his residence between midnight and 3 am and during that period an unknown suspect(s) broke a window to gain entry to his home. Inventorying his belongings, Mr. McFall believes the only missing item is a Remington twelve gauge shotgun. This case remains under investigation (594).

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