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Archive of 06-13-10

On 13 Jun 10 Sarah Paxton, age 22, 2636 Indian Run Road, Marietta, reported she was involved in an argument with her husband. Mrs. Paxton said she was riding on an ATV her husband was driving when they were involved in a minor rollover accident and a misunderstanding over the accident led to the dispute. The disagreement continued shortly thereafter and the two agreed to separate for the evening in order to avoid further problems. Unable to find any evidence that a crime was committed, Lt. Stackpole closed this case as unfounded.

On 13 Jun 10 Deputy Sheriff Mayle was traveling northbound on Pike Street when she observed two males outside of their vehicles at a red light at the intersection of Pike and Acme streets. The two subjects were advancing toward each other and appeared to be involved in an argument. Questioning the subjects, Deputy Mayle determined a seventeen year old Parkersburg resident swerved his vehicle to avoid a crash and cut off a vehicle driven by Douglas E. Adams, age 49, 13299 State Route 550, Fleming. Mr. Adams honked his horn at the teenager, who then immediately made an offensive gesture and slammed on his brakes. Mr. Adams stated he followed the vehicle and at the next red light approached the offending driver about the issue. The juvenile exited his vehicle as well and a brief shouting match ensued before Deputy Mayle interrupted. As a result of the incident, Deputy Mayle requested a summons for Mr. Adams for disorderly conduct. Additionally, Deputy Mayle requested a summons for the teenager to appear in Juvenile Court on a charge of delinquency by disorderly conduct.

TEEN STABBED TO DEATH NEAR BELPRE AT A GRADUATION PARTY

At 0138 hours on 13 Jun 2010 Deputies from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a 9-1-1 call concerning a stabbing which had occurred at 155 Ridgewood Blvd, Belpre, OH. This property is owned by Joanna Frame Knapp and Todd Steven Knapp. They were not at the location at the time of the incident. At this time a graduation party for Angelia Laken Walraven was being hosted by her parents James Scott and Shenandoah Walraven, 3180 Camp Ground Road, Coolville, Ohio. They were present at the time of the altercation. Approximately 30 teenagers under the age of 21 were attending. James Scott Walraven admitted to purchasing a keg of beer and other alcohol for the event. Just prior to the call a fight between several individual occurred. During the fight Lamarr R. Wilder, age 19, 802 Hopedrive, Athens, Oh was allegedly stabbed in the groin area by a seventeen year old youth from Coolville. Wilder was transported to St. Joseph Hospital but was deceased upon arrival.

This investigation is continuing and charges are anticipated.

The following individual wAS processed into the Washington County Jail:

Robert Michael McKinney, age 22, 868 Schott Road, Waterford, for theft, a misdemeanor. McKinney was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Holbert and processed into the Washington County Jail on 13 Jun 10 at 9:12 am.

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