Archive of 10-10-10
On 10 Oct 10 an employee at Par Mar, 66 Arrowhead
Road, Little Hocking, reported a female suspect lit fire to
a roll of toilet paper in the store’s restroom. Customers
at the store who assisted in extinguishing the small fire identified
the suspect as Michelle C. Carsner, age 49, 29060 Houston Road,
Little Hocking. Despite the testimony of two witnesses to the
contrary, Ms. Carsner denied starting the fire and gave Deputy
Rhodes permission to search her purse for a lighter. While searching
the purse Deputy Rhodes discovered a metal cylinder on a key
ring containing nine pills. Among the pills Deputy Rhodes identified
six of them as generic Xanax, a Schedule IV controlled substance.
In addition, Deputy Rhodes found a small bag of marijuana and
rolling papers. Consequently, Deputy Rhodes arrested Ms. Carsner
for criminal mischief, possession of drugs and possession of
drug paraphernalia and transported her to the Washington County
On 10 Oct 10 Deputy Sheriff Deem responded
to a noise complaint at 240 Francis Road, Lowell. Through the
doorway Deputy Deem observed an open case of Busch Light on
a table and several individuals who appeared to be under twenty-one
years old. One of the home’s residents, Jason Greene,
age 20, admitted he drank beer that evening and stated his mother
was not home and that she purchased the beer for him. Two of
the individuals, a seventeen year old Lowell resident and a
sixteen year old Marietta resident, admitted consuming alcohol
at the home and were released to the custody of their parents.
The remaining suspects were not under the influence of alcohol
and released. As a result of the incident, Deputy Deem requested
a summons for Mr. Greene for contributing to the delinquency
of a minor, underage consumption of alcohol and disorderly conduct.
The juveniles were summonsed to appear in Juvenile Court for
delinquency by underage consumption of alcohol.
On 10 Oct 10 Michele Thompson, age 38, 5380
State Route 260, New Matamoras, reported her estranged husband
Monty Thompson, age 29, 123 Home Avenue, Woodsfield, appeared
at her home and attempted to take their young daughter. Ms.
Thompson said her husband tried to pull the child from her arms
and stated if she did not let him have the girl then he would
burn her house. Prior to leaving, Ms. Thompson said Mr. Thompson
also threatened to kill her. Ms. Thompson said she was scared
and took the threats seriously, as Mr. Thompson has been violent
towards her in the past. Therefore, Deputy Sheriff Deem requested
a warrant for Mr. Thompson for domestic violence.
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Mario Gustavo Andino, age 46, 1613 Moffett
Road, Silver Springs, MD, for OVI and for driving left of center,
both misdemeanors. Andino was arrested on Blue Knob Road by
the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington
County Jail on 10 Oct 10 at 2:06 am.
Gary Lee McFadden, age 40, 206 Fifth Street,
Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. McFadden was
arrested at his residence by Patrolman Wright of the Marietta
City Police Department and processed into the Washington County
Jail on 10 Oct 10 at 2:23 am.
Derek Allan Maas, age 20, 110 Dawes Circle,
Marietta, for violating the terms of a protection order and
for violating the terms of his probation, both misdemeanors.
Maas turned himself in to Patrolman Thomas at the Marietta City
Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail
on 10 Oct 10 at 10:30 pm.