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Archive of 09-19-10

On 19 Sep 10 Deputy Sheriff Smeeks requested a summons for Elisa M. Wilson, age 19, 1127 Farson Street, Belpre, for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. The father of a fifteen year old Belpre resident reported his daughter sneaked out of their home on 16 Sep, rendezvoused with Ms. Wilson and skipped school the following day. The teenager’s father said his daughter also informed him that she smoked marijuana with Ms. Wilson in her vehicle. Questioned by Deputy Smeeks, Ms. Wilson admitted smoking marijuana with the juvenile and stated the teenager spent the night at her home the evening of 16 Sep. The Belpre City Police Department charged the juvenile with being unruly as a result of her actions.

On 19 Sep 10 Corrections Officer Brockmeier filed charges on Patrick Marte, age 25, 1010 Poplar Street, Belpre, for assault. Mr. Marte and inmate Jason Corp, age 36, 735 Eighth Street, Marietta, were involved in an ongoing feud throughout the day and the assault occurred after Mr. Corp approached Mr. Marte to confront him over comments he made to other inmates. When Mr. Corp approached him, Mr. Marte grabbed him by the neck, placed him in a headlock and struck his head against a wall several times. Mr. Marte then dragged Mr. Corp away from the wall and slammed his body to the floor. Questioned about the incident, Mr. Marte said he recalled grabbing Mr. Corp by the neck but claims he blacked out and could not remember what happened after that. Mr. Corp suffered minor injuries but did not require medical attention.

On 19 Sep 10 Lt. Stackpole responded to a possible domestic dispute at the residence of Margaret Messick at 104 Sierra Drive, Marietta. Mrs. Messick informed Lt. Stackpole that no assault took place and that her husband was argumentative because he was intoxicated. The two agreed to separate for the evening to avoid further problems. As a result, Lt. Stackpole closed this case as unfounded.

On 19 Sep 10 Traci Welch, age 18, 20670 State Route 550, Marietta, reported she was involved in an argument at her residence with the father of her child over where the child was going to spend the night. Ms. Welch stated Daniel Williams, age 22, 1091 State Route 339, Belpre, grabbed her tightly by the arms and scratched her chest when she pulled away from him. Grabbing his daughter, Mr. Williams placed her in his vehicle and attempted to leave but Ms. Welch stood behind his truck. When Mr. Williams exited the truck Ms. Welch grabbed her daughter and handed the girl to her ten year old sister to take the child into the home. Mr. Williams attempted to grab his daughter, shoving the ten year old in the process and causing her to strike her head on the home’s front door. Fleeing when Ms. Welch phoned for help, Mr. Williams was located in a parking lot on State Route 550. Interviewed about the incident, Mr. Williams minimized his involvement in the altercation. However, based on his investigation, Deputy Sheriff Caltrider arrested Mr. Williams for assault and domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 19 Sep 10 Eric Wilson, age 29, 1867 Left French Creek, Saint Marys, was driving his Ford Ranger into the parking lot of Par Mar at 66 Arrowhead Road, Little Hocking, when the brakes on the truck failed. The truck coasted across the parking lot at a low rate of speed and struck the side building. The impact caused the bricks of the building to bow inward and a window to crack and caused minor damage to Mr. Wilson’s truck.

On 19 Sep 10 Kenneth Casada Jr., age 27, 3719 Blue Knob Road Apt. 3, Marietta, reported he recently purchased four tires and aluminum rims and stored them at his father’s residence at 115 Longacre Street, Marietta. Mr. Casada said at some point since 6 Sep one tire and rim was stolen. This incident remains under investigation (594).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Walter Eugene Harrell Jr., age 39, 69 Belvedere Avenue, Columbus, for a felony charge of possession of drugs and for a misdemeanor charge of failure to appear. Harrell was arrested on State Route 550 by Deputy Sheriff Caltrider and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Sep 10 at 4:30 am.

Tyson Jermaine Butcher, age 23, Marietta, for a felony charge off trafficking in drugs and for a misdemeanor charge of possession of drugs. Butcher was arrested on State Route 550 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Sep 10 at 5:15 am.

Frank Kelley Willette, age 30, 901 Lee Street, Zanesville, for felony charges of trafficking in drugs and possession of drugs and for misdemeanor charges of driving outside the marked lanes of travel, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia. Willette was arrested on State Route 550 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Sep 10 at 5:20 am.

Cody Montell Knotts, age 19, 10 Browns Road Apt. C, Marietta, for failure to reinstate his operator’s license, a misdemeanor. Knotts turned himself in to Corrections Officers and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Sep 10 at 7:45 pm.

Daniel Paul Williams, age 22, 1091 State Route 339, Belpre, for domestic violence and assault, both misdemeanors. Williams was arrested on State Route 550 by Deputy Sheriff Caltrider and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Sep 10 at 9:55 pm.

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