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Archive of 04-14-10

On 14 Apr 10 Richard Earley, age 70, 700 Third Street, New Matamoras, reported sometime between 3 Apr and 13 Apr an unknown suspect(s) pried opened a door on his garage workshop at 52667 State Route 7, New Matamoras, and stole approximately 500 feet of copper wiring and 150 of welding lead wire. The following day Sgt. Mankins returned to Mr. Earley’s building after receiving a report from Mr. Earley’s relative that the building was entered again. Mr. Earley does not believe anything was stolen during the subsequent occasion but stated the suspect(s) damaged the windows, headlights and taillights of a vehicle parked nearby. Sgt. Mankins is attempting to identify the owner of the vehicle. These cases remain under investigation.

On 14 Apr 10 Lt. Underwood and Sgt. Mankins responded to 906 Park Avenue, New Matamoras, where an intoxicated individual was threatening to stab himself with a bowie knife. Disarmed by his wife prior to the arrival of the Deputies, Mark S. Hendrix, age 54, was highly intoxicated and stated to Lt. Underwood that he wanted to kill himself. Lt. Underwood arrested Mr. Hendrix for disorderly conduct by intoxication his safety and transported him to the Washington County Jail. Due to his extreme intoxication, Corrections Officers would not accept Mr. Hendrix and he was transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital and released on a recognizance bond. A blood test at the hospital revealed Mr. Hendrix’s BAC was .456.

On 14 Apr 10 Glen E. Starcher II, age 45, 6711 State Route 60, Lowell, reported at some point during the past two weeks an unknown suspect(s) entered a workshop at 923 Lang Farm Road, Marietta, and stole a socket set and a carburetor with attached thermostat and intake. Mr. Starcher estimates the cost to replace the stolen items is in excess of $1,100. This case remains under investigation (610).

On 14 Apr 10 Robert C. Beall, age 55, Blennerhassett Avenue Lot 24, Belpre, reported he was assaulted by a resident on Nutter Avenue in Belpre when he stopped next door to speak with his landlord. Mr. Beall said his assailant has bullied him in the past and attempted to instigate fights and once again harassed him when he arrived at his landlord’s home. Following a brief verbal confrontation Mr. Beall stated the suspect attacked him, punched him in the face and chest. Knocked to the ground, Mr. Beall said the suspect struck him several more times before bystanders intervened. This case remains open pending an interview of the suspect (610).

On 14 Apr 10 Arthur C. Thompson, age 49, 101 Evans Street Apt. 4A, New Matamoras, reported sometime during the previous day a pill bottle containing sixty Vicodin pills were stolen from his residence. This case remains under investigation (296).

On 15 Apr 10 an employee of Oxbow Golf Course, 500 Saint Andrews Boulevard, Belpre, reported at some point during the past year two gasoline powered golf carts were stolen from the course. This case remains under investigation (610).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Brent Michael Radabaugh, age 32, 111 Colonial Square Apt. B, Belpre, for violating the terms of his probation, a felony. Radabaugh was arrested at his residence by Lt. Stackpole of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Apr 10 at 1:49 am.

Stephanie Arlene Buff, age 19, 1643 Glimmering Sands Lane, Conover, NC, for driving under a suspended license and for operating a vehicle with fictitious plates, both misdemeanors. Buff was arrested on US 50 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Apr 10 at 3:19 am.

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