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Archive of 02-05-10

On 5 Feb 10 Heather Strahler, age 36, 1706 Lowell Hill Road, Lowell, reported when she arrived home that morning she noticed her son Tyler Rockhold, age 19, appeared intoxicated and was having trouble standing. Ms. Stahler said she did not know where her son got the alcohol and stated he became combative when she confronted him about a fire he built in the back yard. Ignoring his mother’s plea for him to go to sleep, Mr. Rockhold grabbed his mother by the neck and punched her in the head. Ms. Strahler commented that her son also grabbed her forcefully by the arm as she was phoning for help. Viewing Ms. Strahler’s injuries, Deputy Sheriff Underwood arrested Mr. Rockhold for domestic violence and underage consumption of alcohol and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 5 Feb 10 Lt. Stackpole requested a summons for an eleven year old Lowell resident to appear in Juvenile Court for being unruly. The girl’s babysitter reported she was unable to control the juvenile and that the child would not stop yelling, screaming and kicking after being told she could not visit her grandmother’s residence. Interviewed later in the evening, the girl’s mother said tonight’s outburst was the third occasion that required a law enforcement to respond to assist her.

On 5 Feb 10 Jamie Cunningham, age 28, 117 Morningside Drive, Marietta, reported she awoke that morning she discovered the passenger side window of her Toyota SUV was shattered and the windshield was badly damaged. Ms. Cunningham was unsure but stated she believes the only items stolen from inside the vehicle were two one dollar bills and six CDs. This case remains under investigation (809).

On 5 Feb 10 Deputy Sheriff Reeder issued a citation to Tamara Glover, age 41, 19041 State Route 26, Reno, for disorderly conduct. Upset that her live-in boyfriend would not buy her cigarettes, Ms. Glover went on a rampage, slamming doors, swearing and breaking the knobs off kitchen cabinets. Ms. Glover continued screaming when Sgt. Norman and Deputy Reeder arrived despite their repeated requests that she cease engaging in a disruptive manner.

On 5 Feb 10 Deputy Sheriff Holbert and the Devola Fire Department were dispatched to the scene of a vehicle at the residence of Emily Beatty, age 29, 1490 State Route 821, Marietta. Ms. Beatty stated she was in her home when a passerby honked their horn and notified her that her van was on fire. Extinguished without incident or injury, the blaze caused damage to the vinyl siding of Ms. Beatty’s garage and totaled the vehicle.

On 5 Feb 10 a Fairfield Township trustee reported locating an illegal dumpsite on Walsh Road near the intersection of Darnold Road. Deputy Sheriff Smeeks interviewed an individual to whom some of the mail was addressed and she stated her former live-in boyfriend may have disposed of the trash when he moved. The township trustee declined to pursue charges after the individual volunteered to clean up the trash.

On 5 Feb 10 Angela Marks, age 38, 575 Joe Skinner Road, Belpre, reported her live-in boyfriend David Mowery, age 38, shoved her to the ground during the course of an argument. Ms. Marks said she was attempting to leave their residence to avoid exacerbating the situation when Mr. Mowery pushed her out the door and onto the ground. In addition, Ms. Marks stated the previous day she argued with Mr. Mowery over his refusal to assist in housekeeping despite the fact that he is unemployed. During that row, Ms. Marks commented that Mr. Mowery grabbed her hand and forced her to strike herself in the eye so she could not say that he did it. Sgt. Thorpe and Deputy Sheriff Smeeks were unable to locate Mr. Mowery, therefore Deputy Smeeks requested warrants for him for two counts of domestic violence.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Robert Jonathan Huffman, age 29, 797 Channel Lane, Marietta, for breach of recognizance and for criminal trespassing, both misdemeanors. Huffman was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Thomas of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 5 Feb 10 at 1:00 am.

Tyler Anthony Rockhold, age 19, 1706 Lowell Hill Road, Lowell, for domestic violence and for underage consumption of alcohol, both misdemeanors. Rockhold was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Anderson and processed into the Washington County Jail on 5 Feb 10 at 5:00 am.

Ryan O’Neil Nichols, age 33, 341 Tadpole Run Road, Belpre, for illegally manufacturing drugs, possession of drugs and for illegally assembling drug making chemicals, all felonies. Nichols was picked up at the North Central Regional Jail by Deputy Sheriff Malone and processed into the Washington County Jail on 5 Feb 10 at 10:30 am.

Walter Richard McBride, age 20, 771 Buckeye Avenue, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. McBride was arrested at his residence by Patrolman McClelland of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 5 Feb 10 at 7:30 pm.

Michael Johnson, age 53, 728 Second Street, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Johnson was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Chapman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 5 Feb 10 at 9:00 pm.

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