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Archive of 04-22-11

On 22 Apr 11 the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to 2850 State Rte 555, Little Hocking, in reference to an unknown male subject beating on the door of the residence. The subject was unsteady on his feet and had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage about his person. The subject was later identified as Justin E. Roush, age 21, 637 Ross Road, Little Hocking. Roush advised that he thought he was at his own residence. During a search of Roush a handgun and spent shells were found on his person. Also located on Roush’s property was a baggy of marijuana and a smoking device. Roush was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Smeeks for Carrying a Concealed Weapon, Using Weapons While Intoxicated, Underage Consumption of Alcohol, Possession of Drugs, and Drug Paraphernalia, all misdemeanors. Roush was arrested and taken to the Washington County Jail. (1293)

On 22 Apr 11 Deanna L. Delong, age 56, 28 Briarbey Lane, Barlow, reported she allowed her boyfriend to drive to Mississippi on 5 Apr with a promise that he would return in a week. Ms. Delong said she contacted her boyfriend but he claimed ownership of the vehicle and refused to return it. This case remains under investigation (610).

On 22 Apr 11 a witness reported to occupants of a vehicle appeared to be involved in an altercation in the vicinity of 10694 State Route 550, Vincent. Interviewed by Deputy Sheriff Rhodes, the victim, Tara Riley, age 24, 436 Main Street, Waterford, said she was involved in an argument with Sheldon D. Hill, age 28, 9150 State Route 550, Vincent, as she drove him from his residence en route to his court appointment. During the skirmish, Ms. Riley said Mr. Hill struck her twice in the face and pulled the rearview mirror from her windshield, cracking the glass. Ms. Riley stated after she stopped the vehicle Mr. Hill exited and damaged the passenger side door. Though Mr. Hill claimed no physical altercation took place, Ms. Riley exhibited redness on both cheeks and Mr. Hill had minor scratch marks on his neck that Ms. Riley inflicted as a struggle took place. As a result of his investigation, Deputy Rhodes arrested Mr. Hill for assault and criminal damaging and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 22 Apr 11 a forty-seven year old Marietta resident reported her sixteen year old daughter ran away from home the previous afternoon and she has not seen her since. The mother stated she has spoken to her daughter on the phone regularly but she will not divulge her location. This case remains under investigation (608).

On 22 Apr 11 Nicole A. Cook, age 27, 765 Warrior Drive, Vincent, reported she recently learned that her former live-in boyfriend stole several articles of her jewelry and sold them at a jewelry store in West Virginia. This case remains under investigation (200).

On 22 Apr 11 Donald Offenberger, age 70, 227 Center Road, Waterford, reported sometime between 20 Apr and 22 Apr a sump pump was stolen from a vacant rental property he owns at 680 Main Street, Waterford. This case remains under investigation (790).

SUSPECT CHARGED WITH SEXUAL CORRUPTION OF A MINOR

On 22 April 2011 Detectives from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office were contacted by The Washington County Children Service Board in reference to an alleged sexual assault. The juvenile victim (under the age of sixteen and over the age of 13) was contacted and confirmed sexual intercourse with Harold Eugene Michaels, Jr., age 45, 7375 Dalzell Road, Lower Salem, OH. The alleged acts occurred near Dalzell and on Pleasants Ridge Road in Washington County. Michaels was charged with sexual corruption of a minor and remains incarcerated in the Washington County Jail in lieu of bond pending an appearance in Marietta Municipal Court.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Justin Edwin Roush, age 21, 637 Ross Road, Little Hocking, for Underage Consumption of Alcohol, Carrying a Concealed Weapon, Using Weapons While Intoxicated, Drug Possession and Drug Paraphernalia, all misdemeanors. Roush was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Smeeks and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 22 Apr 11 at 12:39 a.m.

Andrew David Lewis, age 29, 2112 Shyber Way NW 112, Issauqah, WA, for OVI and Failure to Yield, misdemeanors. Lewis was arrested on Greene Street by Patrolman Nedeff of the Marietta City Police Department and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 22 Apr 11 at 1:15 a.m.

Sheldon Dwight Hill, age 28, 9150 State Route 550, Vincent, for assault and for criminal damaging, both misdemeanors. Hill was arrested in Barlow by Deputy Sheriff Rhodes and processed into the Washington County Jail on 22 Apr 11 at 9:08 am.

Harold Eugene Michaels Jr., age 45, 7375 Dalzell Road, Lower Salem, for unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, a felony. Michaels was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 22 Apr 11 at 5:29 pm.

Sunshine Louise Farnsworth, age 26, 832 Saint Marys Avenue, Marietta, for violating the terms of her probation, a misdemeanor. Farnsworth was arrested on Putnam Street in by Patrolman McCracken of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 22 Apr 11 at 11:11 pm.

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