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Archive of 05-18-10

On 18 May 10 Deputy Sheriff Rhodes requested a summons for a thirteen year old Beverly resident to appear in Juvenile Court on a charge of delinquency by theft. The previous afternoon a teacher’s aide at Waterford Elementary School reported she caught the student attempting to steal change and a soft drink from the teacher’s lounge. Also questioned about large amounts of currency and change his mother noticed he brought home, the juvenile admitted taking cash and change from a change jar in the teacher’s lounge over the past few weeks.

On 18 May 10 Melissa K. Harris, age 37, 27400 State Route 7, Marietta, reported at some point since she last visited her storage unit at 27335 State Route 7 on 14 May an unknown suspect(s) cut the padlocks off her unit and her sister’s unit. Ms. Harris said nothing appears to be missing from the two units. However, another renter reported a circular saw, a drill and a reciprocating saw were missing from his storage unit. This case remains under investigation (790).

On 18 May 10 Joseph P. Steed, age 43, 4924 Welch Road, Little Hocking, reported his home was unoccupied between 5:30 am and 4:45 pm that day and sometime during that period an unknown suspect(s) forcibly entered his home. Stolen from inside the home were two shotguns, a rifle, a handgun, a compound bow with case and approximately $200 in cash. This case remains under investigation (610).

On 18 May 10 Joshua Hall, age 28, 389 Linton Hill Road, Coolville, reported when he arrived at his home after work at 3 pm he discovered the back door to his residence was open and there was dirt on the floor. Inspecting his home, Mr. Hall determined a bolt action rifle and a watch were missing. Further examination of his property revealed the suspect(s) also opened the door to a storage building and stole a toolbox containing numerous Craftsman tools. This case remains under investigation (610).

REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER ARRESTED FOR DRUG TRAFFICKING

A Major Crimes Task Force investigation into the sale of Fentanyl patches resulted in the arrest of a Tier 3 registered sex offender. The arrest of Freddie D. Taylor Jr., age 39, 729 Ninth Street, Marietta, follows a transaction on 5 Feb 10 during which Task Force Agents purchased two Fentanyl patches from Taylor for $80. Fentanyl is often used in cancer therapy and other chronic pain management due to its effectiveness in relieving pain. Additionally, Fentanyl is approximately 100 times more potent than morphine and tends to produce significantly worse respiratory depression, making it somewhat more dangerous than heroin to users.

Taylor was arrested this morning without incident and charged with a third degree felony count of trafficking in drugs. Taylor is currently incarcerated in the Washington County Jail in lieu of $15,000 bond.

the Sheriff’s Office received the following warrants:

Susan Smith, age 36, 126 Walker Street, Marietta, for failing to send her child to school and for failing to appear for arraignment in Juvenile Court on 11 May 10.

Tee E. Dodd, age 22, Route 2 Box 7115, Clarksburg, WV, for fail.ing to appear for pretrial on 7 May 10.

Daniel R. Sampson, age 41, 308 Third Street Apt. B, Lowell, for failing to appear for arraignment on 11 May 10.

Derrik R. McGee, age 26, 610 E. Montgomery Street, Marietta, for failing to appear for arraignment on 11 May 10.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Richard Warren Evans, age 47, 311 Main Street Apt. A, New Matamoras, for a felony charge of violating the terms of his probation and for two misdemeanor counts of violating the terms of a protection order. Evans was arrested at his residence by Sgt. Mankins of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 18 May 10 at 12:14 am.

Freddy Dale Taylor Jr., age 39, 729 Ninth Street, Marietta, for trafficking in drugs, a felony. Taylor was arrested at his residence by Detective Huffman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 18 May 10 at 10:16 am.

Robert Jonathan Huffman, age 29, 797 Channel Lane, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Huffman was picked up in Athens by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail on 18 May 10 at 1:03 pm.

Sarah Marie Lightner, age 27, 236 Francis Road, Lowell, for nonsupport of dependants, a misdemeanor. Lightner was arrested at her residence by Deputy Sheriff Rhodes and processed into the Washington County Jail on 18 May 10 at 1:33 pm.

Shawn Dwayne Jackson, age 26, 6464 Globe Street, Detroit, MI, for failure to reinstate his operator’s license and for speeding, both misdemeanors. Jackson was arrested near milepost eight on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 18 May 10 at 1:47 pm.

John David Ragalyi, age 24, 536 Millgate Road, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Ragalyi was arrested at the Adult Probation Office by Deputy Sheriff O’Brien and processed into the Washington County Jail on 18 May 10 at 2:49 pm.

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