Archive of 02-09-10
On 9 Feb 10 Jonah Carmichael, age 22, 130
Greene Street, Newport, reported a group of individuals harassed
him over the phone for several hours and at approximately 2:00
am a few of them appeared outside his home. Mr. Carmichael
said a suspect whom he recognized struck his vehicle with an
object and damaged the windshield and passenger side mirror.
This case remains under investigation (790).
On 9 Feb 10 Deputy Sheriff Carr arrested a
sixteen year old Little Hocking resident for delinquency by
domestic violence. Upset that her fifty-two year old grandmother
asked her to quit using the internet so she could make phone
calls, the teenager began swearing and yelling. Shortly thereafter
the teenager overheard her grandmother mention to the teenager’s
mother that she was tired of the juvenile’s behavior
and she would have to raise her own children. As she held her
eleven month old child, the juvenile began striking her grandmother
with a baby bottle. The teenager then grabbed her grandmother
by the hair, pulling a handful out. The teenager’s mother
took the child from her daughter, at which point the juvenile
repeatedly slapped her grandmother and shoved her to the floor.
The grandmother eventually fled to the garage after striking
her granddaughter in the head with a skillet.
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Jamie Christopher Waters, age 37, 14002 State
Route 339, Waterford, for violating the terms of his probation,
a misdemeanor. Waters was arrested at the office of Probation
Officer Hamilton and processed into the Washington County Jail
on 9 Feb 10 at 9:22 am.
Jay Edward Lucas, age 36, 573 Southland Cemetery Road, Cutler,
for trafficking in drugs, a felony. Lucas was arrested at his
residence by Sgt. Underwood of the Washington County Sheriff’s
Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 Feb
10 at 12:50 pm.