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Archive of 03-26-10

On 26 Mar 10 Deputy Sheriff Anderson requested a summons for a fifteen year old Lowell resident to appear in Juvenile Court for being unruly. The teenager’s mother reported her daughter has been out of control for the past few weeks, broke the windshield of her vehicle and broke two windows at their home. Today the juvenile’s mother said her daughter was upset that her food was cold so she threw a glass of tea on her. As she walked away to change her clothes, the teenager’s mother said she heard glass break and noticed her daughter broke yet another window.

On 26 Mar 10 Eugene Perry, age 64, 500 Dunbarger Road, Lowell, reported sometime during the past month an unknown suspect(s) forcibly entered a vacant mobile home he owns at 585 Anderson Road, Lowell, and stole nine oak kitchen cabinets, an old GE refrigerator and a bathroom vanity. This case remains under investigation (200).

On 26 Mar 10 a forty-eight year old Marietta resident reported she and her husband have been receiving unwanted phone calls and text messages since April of last year. This case remains under investigation (200).

On 26 Mar 10 Joseph J. Miller, age 71, 1680 North Fork Road, New Matamoras, reported he hired Julia A. McKnight, age 28, 1125 Brownsville Road, New Matamoras, and her boyfriend to perform interior work at his residence the previous week. Mr. Miller said he asked Ms. McKnight to exchange a water pump for him at the store a week ago and she has yet to deliver the item. Questioned about the pump, Ms. McKnight claimed she returned the item but could not retrieve it because it was locked in her boyfriend’s truck. However, further checking by Deputy Sheriff Carr revealed Ms. McKnight returned the pump and asked for a refund of $95.39 instead of exchanging it. Unable to obtain a plausible explanation from Ms. McKnight on the presence of her signature on a return receipt, Deputy Carr requested a summons for Ms. McKnight for theft.

On 26 Mar 10 Richard Borman, age 73, 300 Starlite Drive Lot 17, Marietta, reported he arrived home after being away overnight to discover his home burglarized. Mr. Borman state the suspect(s) pried open a door, rifled through drawers and cabinets and stole his deceased wife’s purse and several articles of her jewelry. Noticing Deputies and Detectives in the area, a neighbor of Mr. Borman reported his residence was also forcibly entered during the night. Andrew Hall, age 23, 300 Starlite Drive Lot 3, Marietta, said he found his back door open when he returned to his residence and stated a Wii game console, two Wii games, an electric guitar, amplifier and gold necklace were missing. This case remains under investigation (292, 305, 515, 790, 805, 905, 953, 1190).

On 26 Mar 10 Lisa L. Carpenter, age 46, 103 Woodrow Street, Marietta, reported she awoke to the sound of her live-in boyfriend Mark R. Maynard, age 43, rummaging through the house and demanding to know where his weed was. Unable to find his marijuana after Ms. Carpenter moved it out of plain sight; Mr. Maynard continued his tirade and jumped on top of Ms. Carpenter. Mr. Maynard then choked Ms. Carpenter and slapped her on the left side of the face before fleeing. Deputy Sheriff Carr could not locate Mr. Maynard at the time of Ms. Carpenter’s report but later found him back at his residence. At that time Deputy Carr arrested Mr. Maynard for domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

John Christopher Fortney, age 21, 4350 State Route 530, Lowell, for violating the terms of his parole, a felony. Fortney was arrested on the campus of Marietta College by Patrolman Heddleston of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 26 Mar 10 at 2:19 pm.

Mark Randolph Maynard, age 43, 103 Woodrow Street, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Maynard was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Carr and processed into the Washington County Jail on 26 Mar 10 at 4:20 pm.

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