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Archive of 05-30-10

On 30 May 10 Peter W. Deem, age 22, 2092 Brownrigg Road, Waterford, transported himself to Marietta Memorial Hospital after being inadvertently shot at a bird field trial sporting event. Suffering twelve minor wounds from birdshot, Mr. Deem stated he was placing birds for the competition when a flushed bird flew in his direction. Not seeing Mr. Deem, the hunter fired one shot that struck him in the right side of his body. Mr. Deem suffered no serious injury (1293).

On 30 May 10 Deputy Sheriff Lockhart responded to a domestic violence call at 9673 State Route 339, Vincent, that reportedly involved a gun. At the scene, Jason Allberry, age 33, stated he was not threatened with the weapon in any way and that he was startled when his now former live-in girlfriend retrieved the shotgun as she collected her belongings. Not finding evidence any crime was committed, Deputy Lockhart closed this case as unfounded.

On 30 May 10 Andrew S. Mahoney, age 41, 508 Bear Creek Road, Lowell, received treatment at Selby Hospital for a gunshot wound to his left hand. Mr. Mahoney was dry firing a .38 revolver he believed was unloaded when he placed his hand in front of the muzzle and pulled the trigger. The bullet passed through Mr. Mahoney’s hand, shattering a bone, and became lodged in the ground. No foul play is suspected in the incident (1293).

On 30 May 10 Eugene P. Denning, age 64, 729 Edencliff Road Apt. C37, Covington, KY, was pulling a tractor-trailer into a parking lot at 17 Arrowhead Road, Little Hocking, when his trailer swiped the front of a parked semi-trailer owned by Sasi Inc., 375 S. Church Street, Ripley, WV. Only Mr. Denning’s trailer sustained damage during the crash; no injuries were reported (707).

On 30 May 10 Lisa Lattea, age 33, 550 Greenhill Road, Marietta, reported her live-in boyfriend Andrew W. Crousser, age 30, arrived at their residence agitated and highly intoxicated following a family function. Ms. Lattea stated Mr. Crousser repeatedly kicked the outside of their trailer then kicked in the front door. Once inside the home, Ms. Lattea said her boyfriend shoved her several times and threatened to kill her if she phoned for help. Arrested for domestic violence, Mr. Crousser was found in possession of a bag of marijuana. Also charged with possession of marijuana, Mr. Crousser was transported to the Washington County Jail (107, 707, 1090).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Andrew Wayne Crousser, age 30, 550 Greenhill Road, Marietta, for possession of drugs and for domestic violence, both misdemeanors. Crousser was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff McLeish and processed into the Washington County Jail on 30 May 10 at 1:55 am.

Alison Blake Seevers, age 22, 2950 Righteous Ridge Road, Waterford, for OVI and for speeding, both misdemeanors. Seevers was arrested on State Route 60 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 30 May 10 at 3:49 am.

Kimberly Ann Bettinger, age 25, 15918 Paul Wells Road, Caldwell, for three misdemeanor counts of passing bad checks. Bettinger was picked up at the Noble County line by Sgt. Norman of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 30 May 10 at 6:49 pm.

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