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Archive of 10-19-10

On 19 Oct 10 the L-A Fire Department transported a sixteen year old Waterford resident to Marietta Memorial Hospital following a rollover of a side by side ATV. The victim did not complain of any injuries but he stated he had a back injury in the past and wanted to be evaluated as a precaution. The ATV on which the victim was a passenger rolled onto the passenger side while the teenage driver attempted to negotiate a hill on property located on Cedar Ridge Road in Lowell.

On 19 Oct 10 a home healthcare worker reported when she arrived at her client’s home in Vincent she discovered the woman lying on the ground outside her home. It appears that the seventy-five year old victim fell from her mobility scooter when it became stuck in a rut and spent the night outside in the cold, rainy weather. The Little Hocking Fire Department transported the victim to Camden Clark Hospital where she is listed in critical condition. In addition to bite and maul marks found on a deceased small dog lying nearby, the victim also exhibited bite wounds that the Dog Warden believes were possibly inflicted by a coyote or wild dog (608).

On 19 Oct 10 an employee of the Human Society of the Ohio Valley, 90 Mount Tom Road, Marietta, reported on 1 Oct an unknown suspect(s) stole a four year old male boxer from the property. The employee said between 3 pm and 5 pm an eleven month old female boxer was also taken from the property without permission. This case remains under investigation (608).

On 19 Oct 10 Teresa I. Enochs, age 46, 10414 Veto Road, Belpre, reported she was driving her 1995 Buick Regal down her driveway the previous afternoon when her neighbor’s black bull appeared from a behind a nearby utility shed. The bull charged toward Ms. Enochs’ vehicle and struck the front driver’s side fender, leaving scratches and a small dent. Ms. Enochs and another neighbor said the bull was loose all weekend and they feared for the safety of their children. As a result of the incident, Deputy Sheriff Carr requested a summons for the bull’s owner, Fred D. Nichols, age 59, 10174 Veto Road, Belpre, for allowing cattle to remain at large.

On 19 Oct 10 Deputy Sheriff Deem responded to the scene of death of a sixty year old New Matamoras resident. The man’s death appears to be due to natural causes; no foul play is suspected.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Leroy Gerald Everett Best, age 28, 844 Greene Street, Marietta, for domestic violence, aggravated burglary, tampering with evidence, two counts of kidnapping and six counts of abduction, all felonies. Best was arrested in Marietta Municipal Court by Patrolman Wenzel of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Oct 10 at 9:30 am.

Jerry Dean Coleman, age 49, 7188 Southdale Road, Stockport, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Coleman was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Oct 10 at 9:58 am.

Shawn Michael Mulligan, age 29, 708 Barclay Street Lot 33, Belpre, for a parking violation, a misdemeanor. Mulligan was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Rhodes and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Oct 10 at 11:51 am.

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