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Archive of 04-30-11

On 30 Apr 11 Jason T. Blair, age 37, 1959 Congress Road, Belpre, reported sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) entered three vehicles in his driveway and stole two GPS units, a .22 rifle and a duffle bag containing his watch, wallet and other various items. The following day another resident on Congress Road reported an unknown suspect fled in a white vehicle after being caught rummaging through her vehicle. Aided by the license plate number obtained by the victim, Deputy Sheriff Lockhart interviewed the alleged suspect at a nearby residence. The suspect subsequently retrieved cash stolen from a vehicle that morning and admitted stealing items from other vehicles in the area, including Mr. Blair’s. These cases remain under investigation (500, 1090, 1293).

On 30 Apr 11 Connie Trippett, age 46, 2381 Oak Hill Road, Cutler, reported she was standing in her kitchen when she heard a gunshot. Shortly thereafter Ms. Trippett noticed a bullet rolling on the floor and a small hole in the bottom of a storm door. Questioning a neighboring teenager, Deputy Sheriff Lockhart determined the juvenile inadvertently shot Ms. Trippett’s home while shooting at birds. Ms. Trippett was satisfied that the juvenile was counseled to be more aware of his surroundings and declined to pursue charges in the matter.

On 30 Apr 11 an employee of Par Mar, 66 Arrowhead Road, Little Hocking, reported two intoxicated juveniles were milling about the store. Upon his arrival, Deputy Sheriff Lockhart noticed an odor of alcohol about the suspects and that Trenton M. Cremeans, age 18, 411 Beauseaux Street, Belpre, could barely stand. Mr. Cremeans and his fourteen year old friend admitted consuming beer at a party somewhere on School House Road earlier in the evening. Both suspects were transported home and released to their parents. Deputy Lockhart subsequently requested summonses for Mr. Cremeans for underage consumption of alcohol and for the teenager to appear in Juvenile Court for delinquency by underage consumption of alcohol.

The following individual was processed into the Washington County Jail:

Amie Sunshine Kimble, age 36, 302 Main Street Apt. 2, Belpre, for theft, a felony. Kimble was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Williams of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 30 Apr 11 at 2:15 pm.

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