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Archive of 05-14-11

On 14 May 11 Gloria J. Roach, age 45, 1457 Hocking Road, Little Hocking, reported sometime between 2:50 am and 7:30 am that morning an unknown suspect(s) entered her home and stole a total of eleven bottles of her family’s prescription medications. This case remains under investigation (1293).

On 14 May 11 Lynelle Goheen, age 42, 5270 Patten Mills Road, Stockport, reported her live-in boyfriend Randy R. Harlow, age 46, threatened her when she mentioned she wanted to take a walk that afternoon. Ms. Goheen said her boyfriend is extremely jealous and believes other men look at her. Also in the process of moving out of the home, Ms. Goheen stated Mr. Harlow told her that if she left he would find her and kill her. Ms. Goheen commented that Mr. Harlow taunted her with a knife and threatened to slit her throat and stab her. Consequently, Deputy Sheriff Holbert arrested Mr. Harlow for domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 14 May 11 Nancy Biehl, age 58, 139 Mound Drive, Marietta, reported she was visiting her son William, age 36, at his residence at 129 Arrow Drive, Marietta, when a confrontation occurred. Ms. Biehl said her son arrived at the residence he was highly intoxicated and that she and her daughter in law confronted him about his drinking and about possibility he was having an extra-marital affair. Extremely irate, Mr. Biehl screamed at his mother and shoved her against a vehicle in the driveway. Ms. Biehl said her son spit in her face and drew his fist back on two occasions. During the incident, Ms. Biehl commented that she feared her son would hurt her badly due to his extreme inebriety. Interviewed by Deputy Sheriff Lockhart, Mr. Biehl appeared unsteady on his feet and slurred his speech. Mr. Biehl admitted spitting in his mother’s face but said he could not recall doing anything else. Based on his investigation, Deputy Lockhart arrested Mr. Biehl for domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail. At the jail Mr. Biehl tested .251 BAC.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Eula Cecile Seevers, age 40, 127 Ward Street, Marietta, for domestic violence, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors. Seevers was arrested at her residence by Patrolman Chapman of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 May 11 at 12:20 am.

Timothy James Edwards, age 32, 287 Tobin School Road, Smithfield, PA, for OVI, abusing harmful intoxicants and for traveling outside the marked lanes of travel, all misdemeanors. Edwards was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 May 11 at 12:30 am.

William Scott Biehl, age 36, 129 Arrow Drive, Marietta, for two misdemeanor counts of domestic violence. Biehl was arrested in Oak Grove by Deputy Sheriff Smithberger and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 May 11 at 2:20 am.

Randy Ray Harlow, age 46, 5270 Patten Mills Road, Stockport, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Harlow was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Holbert and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 May 11 at 3:24 pm.

Trudy Mae Pinkerton, age 26, 2370 Millers Lane, Zanesville, for failure to appear, a misdemeanor. Pinkerton was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Stump of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 May 11 at 6:55 pm.

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