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Archive of 03-21-10

On 21 Mar 10 a seventy-two year old with Alzheimer’s waded into the Ohio River behind her Belpre home and was rescued by her husband. The victim suffered no injuries but the Little Hocking Fire Department transported the victim to Saint Joseph’s Hospital as a precaution (707).

On 21 Mar 10 Rachel Campbell, age 25, 32 Anderson Lane, Waterford, phoned 911 during an argument with her husband. When Deputy Sheriff Lockhart arrived, Mrs. Campbell refused to cooperate and stated she phoned for help because she lost her temper and wanted her husband to leave the residence. Permitted to enter and inspect the residence, Deputy Lockhart found no evidence of a struggle or items indicative of domestic violence. Therefore, Deputy Lockhart closed this case as unfounded.

On 21 Mar 10 Deputy Sheriff Lockhart responded to a residence in Belpre where a twenty-two year old ingested an overdose of Darvan he stole from the home’s resident. The victim was transported by his friends to Saint Joseph’s Hospital and admitted to the Behavioral Health Unit.

On 21 Mar 10 Alisa L. Clark, age 37, 300 Starlite Drive Lot 40, Marietta, reported she argued with her estranged husband over a variety of issues and he became extremely angry when he could not find his wallet. Mrs. Clark stated she did not want the disagreement to escalate and was afraid her husband would destroy items in the house so she phoned for help. Based on the statements of the two parties, Deputy Sheriff Mayle closed this case as unfounded.

On 21 Mar 10 Deputy Sheriff Smeeks requested a summons for Howard N. Derenberger, age 31, 1490 Braun Road, Belpre, for possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. Stopping Mr. Derenberger for having an expired registration on State Route 7, Deputy Smeeks’ canine indicated the presence of drugs in the vehicle. A search of Mr. Derenberger’s truck resulted in the seizure of a marijuana pipe freshly packed with unburnt marijuana.

The following individual was processed into the Washington County Jail:

Corey Lee Smearman, age 21, 111 Montgomery Street Lot 10, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Smearman was arrested on Front Street by Patrolman Chapman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 21 Mar 10 at 1:13 am.

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