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Archive of 05-03-11

On 3 May 11 Megan M. Thomas, age 30, 2740 Neff Ridge Road, Marietta, reported her husband Jason, age 33, was highly intoxicated and had been arguing with her and her daughter throughout the evening. Mrs. Thomas said her husband’s actions escalated and at 11:45 pm he awoke their ten year old son, screamed for him to get out of bed and pulled him onto the floor by his wrist. Questioned about his actions, Mr. Thomas said he thought his son was acting asleep and that he was trying to get his son’s attention so he could confront him about his poor grades. Mr. Thomas also said he did not feel he did anything wrong by pulling his son out of bed. However, based on his investigation, Deputy Sheriff Reeder arrested Mr. Thomas for domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 3 May 11 Deputy Sheriff Carr and the Dunham, Oak Grove and Warren fire departments were dispatched to 15 Constitution Lane, Belpre, in response to a barn fire on property owned by Timothy Glover, age 43, 1272 Barth Road, Belpre. Mr. Glover, who was not present but arrived at the scene later, stated he was in the process of tearing down the barn and was burning items in a nearby burn pile. Though likely caused by the burn pile, the exact origin of the fire is unknown. No injuries were reported.

On 3 May 11 Deputy Sheriff Anderson requested a summons for a fifteen year old Vincent resident to appear in Juvenile Court for being unruly. The previous day the teenager’s guardian reported the juvenile broke several items in the home and could not control his anger. Later in the evening Deputies responded again to the teenager’s residence after the juvenile made suicidal comments. The teenager’s guardian transported her grandson to the hospital for an evaluation and will attempt to arrange counseling for his anger issues.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Christopher Allen Peyton, age 21, 233 Main Street, Lowell, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Peyton turned himself in to Corrections Officers and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 May 11 at 12:16 am.

Christopher M. Meadows, age 18, 205 Elm Street, Belpre, for theft, a misdemeanor. Meadows was arrested by Patrolman Hunter at the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 May 11 at 11:35 am.

Iesha Renay Holbert, age 18, 1408 King Street, Belpre, for endangering children and domestic violence, both misdemeanors. Holbert was arrested by Patrolman Hunter at the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 May 11 at 12:02 pm.

William Scott McNeely, age 29, Route 1 Box 163, New Martinsville, for driving under a suspended license, a misdemeanor. McNeely was arrested on State Route 7 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 May 11 at 12:35 pm.

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