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Archive of 04-19-11

On 19 Apr 11 Deputy Sheriff Reeder responded to an assault that occurred at the residence of Chad E. Heslop, age 32, at 80 Railroad Street, Whipple. The alleged victim, Scott Greathouse, age 41, 125 Francis Road, Lowell, later stated that he was up all night drinking with Mr. Heslop and that Mr. Heslop also ingested Xanax and Vicodin. Throughout the evening Mr. Greathouse said Mr. Heslop acted paranoid and repeatedly asked him who else was in the house. Around 4 pm Mr. Greathouse stated Mr. Heslop repeated the question and when he repeated his answer that no one was in the house Mr. Heslop struck him numerous times with a wooden baseball bat. As a result of the attack Mr. Greathouse suffered a broken finger and received staples to close three cuts on his head and stitches to close a wound on a finger. Questioned about the incident, Mr. Heslop said that he and Mr. Greathouse snorted a substance he called fake cocaine during the evening and the following he asked Mr. Greathouse to leave his residence several times. Mr. Heslop also commented that he thought Mr. Greathouse let guests into his house. Stating he heard strangers in his home and saw shadows, Mr. Heslop said he struck Mr. Greathouse with a baseball bat three times as he asked him again who was in the house. Based on his investigation, Deputy Reeder arrested Mr. Heslop for felonious assault and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Chad Eric Heslop, age 32, 80 Railroad Street, Whipple, for Felonious Assault, a felony. Heslop was arrested on Railroad Street by Deputy Sheriff Reeder of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Apr 11 at 6:18 p.m.

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