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Archive of 05-16-10

On 16 May 10 Deputy Sheriff Lockhart requested a summons for a fifteen year old Belpre resident to appear in Juvenile Court on a charge of delinquency by domestic violence. The juvenile’s parents reported their son became upset when they requested he finish his chores and repeatedly kicked a chair into his father’s legs. Thereafter, the juvenile shoved his father and chased him around their yard while threatening to strike him with a cast iron tractor. Once the juvenile quit chasing his father he spit in his mother’s face, broke a glass vase and threatened to break everything in the home.

On 16 May 10 a friend of Jeffrey Myers, age 33, 8555 State Route 26, Marietta, reported she has not seen or heard from Mr. Myers for the past day. Mr. Myers was reportedly en route to Charleston, WV but has yet to return. This case remains under investigation (594).

On 16 May 10 Deputy Sheriff Smeeks arrested Kevin L. Powell, age 22, 54920 Hudson Road, Reedsville, for OVI, driving under a suspended, failure to control and for failure to comply with the order/signal of an officer. Investigating a report of an intoxicated driver, Deputy Smeeks located the suspect vehicle on US 50. Deputy Smeeks attempted to stop the vehicle but Mr. Powell accelerated away and swerved recklessly as he attempted to negotiate turns. Mr. Powell’s vehicle finally came to rest after striking three parked vehicles at 2778 State Route 124, Little Hocking. When transported to the Washington County Jail Mr. Powell refused to submit to a BAC test.

On 16 May 10 Lt. Gherke issued a minor misdemeanor citation to Katianna M. Royer, age 19, 1530 Venus Place, Zanesville, for possession of marijuana. Stopping Ms. Royer for driving without headlights, Lt. Gherke discovered a bag of marijuana after a canine indicated the presence of drugs in the vehicle. Lt. Gherke also requested a summons for Ms. Royer’s sixteen year old sister to appear in Juvenile Court for being delinquent. The teenager was found in possession of a plastic bag containing 3.11 grams of marijuana.

On 16 May 10 Kenneth A. Casada Jr., age 27, 3719 Blue Knob Road Apt. 3, Marietta, reported he was involved in an argument with the mother of his two month old child. Mr. Casada said his child’s mother stays at his residence when he is working out of town and when he arrived home that morning she was argumentative and appeared to be intoxicated. Elaborating further, Mr. Casada stated he phoned for help deescalate the situation. The two parties agreed to separate for the evening to avoid additional problems. Unable to find evidence of criminal activity, Deputy Sheriff Mayle closed this case as unfounded.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Kevin Lee Powell, age 22, 54920 Hudson Road, Reedsville, for OVI, driving under a suspended, failure to control and for failure to comply with the order/signal of an officer, all misdemeanors. Powell was arrested on State Route 124 by Deputy Sheriff Smeeks and processed into the Washington County Jail on 16 May 10 at 4:45 am.

Philip Gene Covey, age 32, 26934 State Route 7, Marietta, for burglary, a felony. Covey was arrested on Market Street by Patrolman Nohe of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 16 May 10 at 5:45 am.

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