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Archive of 09-23-10

On 23 Sep 10 two employees working for Promanco at 648 Stanleyville Narrows Road, Whipple, reported an individual drove past their location with a number of well casings in the bed that appeared to be similar to those owned by their employer. Stopping his truck to speak to the employees, Clarence M. Francis, age 21, 1005 Orchard Street, Marietta, claimed a subject named Danny on State Route 821 gave him permission to take the casings. The employees subsequently discovered several of the casings at their location were missing and informed a local recycling business about the stolen items. Mr. Francis’ truck broke down along State Route 26 and he later turned himself in at the Sheriff’s Office after hearing from relatives he was being sought for questioning. Asked about the well casings, Mr. Francis stated he was walking through the woods earlier in the week and met an unknown subject who gave him permission to take the items. Deputy Sheriff Travaglio determined Mr. Francis’ statements were not consistent and not of verisimilitude. Consequently, Deputy Travaglio arrested Mr. Francis for theft and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 23 Sep 10 Deputy Sheriff McLeish requested two felony and two misdemeanor warrants for Joseph G. Wright, age 37, 20770 State Route 550, Marietta, for receiving stolen property. Deputy McLeish’s affidavit alleges Mr. Francis sold several articles of jewelry to a local business that were reported stolen from a residence on State Route 7 on 9 Sep 10.

On 23 Sep 10 Dan A. Stevens, age 54, 25980 State Route 7, Marietta, reported sometime between 20 Sep and 21 Sep an unknown suspect(s) entered his residence and stole an SKS rifle, a .22 rifle, a pellet gun, two silver necklaces and a Buck knife. Mr. Stevens estimates the value of the stolen property is $475. This incident remains under investigation (1104).

On 23 Sep 10 Terry A. Lawrence, age 54, 1765 Pottmeyer Road, Waterford, was life-flighted to the West Penn Burn Center after he was shocked by a wire while working for AT&T in New Matamoras. Mr. Lawrence grabbed the wire, which normally has no electrical charge, was shocked a fell approximately ten feet to the ground. Another employee stated Mr. Lawrence climbed the electrical pole with the proper equipment and that the low hanging wire was a primary electrical wire. Mr. Lawrence suffered burns to his hands and should be released from the hospital with a few days (107).

On 23 Sep 10 Sgt. Hornbeck issued a citation to Walter D. Allen, age 76, 2335 Laurel Ridge Road, Lowell, for failure to obey a traffic control device. Sgt. Hornbeck stopped Mr. Allen after he failed to stop at a red light at the intersection of State Route 60 and Walnut Street in Lowell.

On 23 Sep 10 Sgt. Hornbeck issued a citation to Lecia A. Adams, age 50, 20440 State Route 60, Beverly, for failure to obey a traffic control device. Sgt. Hornbeck stopped Ms. Adams after she failed to stop at a red light at the intersection of State Route 60 and Walnut Street in Lowell.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Clarence Michael Francis, age 21, 1005 Orchard Street, Marietta, for theft, a misdemeanor. Francis turned himself in to Deputy Sheriff Travaglio and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Sep 10 at 3:45 pm.

Ruthie Dulcia Scoggan, age 23, 330 Franklin Street Apt. A, Marietta, for violating the terms of her probation, a felony. Scoggan was arrested in Beverly by Chief Brockmeier of the Beverly Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Sep 10 at 4:00 pm.

Robert William Farmer, age 34, 543 Putnam Avenue Apt. 3, Zanesville, for failure to appear and for two counts of trafficking in drugs, all felonies. Farmer was picked up in Muskingum County by Deputy Sheriff Malone and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Sep 10 at 4:25 pm.

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