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Archive of 02-21-10

On 21 Feb 10 Deputy Sheriff Reeder arrested David E. Soummers Jr., age 40, 5760 County Nine Road, Reno, for disorderly conduct by intoxication. Intoxicated after drinking whiskey and reportedly “talking out of his head,” Mr. Soummers walked to 5552 County Nine Road after his teenage daughter fled there to avoid arguing with her father. The home’s residents reported Mr. Soummers would not comply with their requests to leave their residence and instigated a shoving match with the home’s patriarch. Mr. Soummers was quickly pinned to the floor and remained restrained until Lt. Stackpole and Deputy Reeder arrived.

On 21 Feb 10 Deputy Sheriff Lockhart requested a summons for Jason Greene, age 19, 260 Francis Road, Lowell, for disorderly conduct. Dispatched to Mr. Greene’s residence on a loud music complaint at 11:30 pm, Deputy Lockhart heard the music as he exited his vehicle. Asked to turn the music down, Mr. Greene became belligerent and started to argue about the situation. Further research by Deputy Lockhart indicated the Sheriff’s Office responded to Greene’s residence on fourteen prior occasions as a result of loud music complaints.

On 21 Feb 10 Deputy Sheriff Smeeks issued a minor misdemeanor citation to Ryan C. Stull, age 18, 112 Meadow Drive, Parkersburg, for possession of marijuana. A passenger in a vehicle stopped on Oak Drive in Little Hocking, Mr. Stull admitted possessing marijuana after Deputy Smeeks’ canine indicated the presence of drugs in the vehicle. Mr. Stull then produced a plastic bag containing 3.26 grams of marijuana.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Steven Todd Alston, age 41, 6844 Tumbleweed Road, Canal Winchester, OH, for tampering with records, a misdemeanor. Alston was arrested on Front Street by Patrolman Arbaugh of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Feb 10 at 2:20 am.

Michael Shane McCoy, age 39, 1250 Finkle Hill Road, Beverly, for being a fugitive from justice and for misdemeanor charges of OVI and driving outside the marked lanes of travel. McCoy was arrested on County House Lane by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Feb 10 at 3:20 am.

David Edward Soummers Jr., age 40, 5760 County Nine Road, Reno, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Soummers was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Reeder and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Feb 10 at 4:18 am.

Angela Christine Smith, age 35, 1484 Kohl Road, Whipple, for failure to appear, a misdemeanor. Smith turned herself in to Deputy Sheriff Smeeks and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Feb 10 at 12:34 pm.

Joshua Mark Whitstine, age 19, 103 Pennsylvania Avenue, Marietta, for theft, a misdemeanor. Whitstine was arrested on Ward Street by Patrolman Caldwell of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Feb 10 at 2:52 pm.

Matthew Daniel Whitstine, age 18, 103 Pennsylvania Avenue, Marietta, for burglary, a felony. Whitstine was arrested on Ward Street by Patrolman Caldwell of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Feb 10 at 4:13 pm.

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