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Archive of 05-17-11

On 17 May 11 Deputy Sheriffs Reeder and Rhodes were dispatched to a domestic dispute at 3915 Pleasant Ridge Road, Marietta, after a caller requested help, claiming his wife was outside the residence with a knife. At the residence, Christopher Young, age 43, initially stated he needed help because he was a threat to himself. Asked if anyone else was present in the home, Mr. Young commented that his wife left two hours ago, then said two days ago and finally said she left two weeks ago. Checking other rooms in the residence, Deputy Reeder found Mr. Young’s wife Pamela, age 41, asleep in bed. Deputy Reeder noticed Mrs. Young had bruising on her face and dried blood on her lips. Asked about her injuries, Mrs. Young said she and her husband were drinking in their living room when her husband hitting her in the face. Mrs. Young stated during the assault she was knocked to the floor, her lip and nose were bloodied and some of her hair was pulled out. Consequently, Deputy Reeder arrested Mr. Young for domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail. At the jail Mr. Young tested .195 BAC.

On 17 May 11 Deputy Sheriff Simmons requested a summons for William A. Cool, age 28, 321 Smithson Street, Dexter City, for theft. Five days earlier Randall Hupp, age 29, 535 Wickens Road, Macksburg, reported four tires and rims were stolen from his property and his wife observed a suspect matching Mr. Cool’s description driving away from their residence as she returned home that morning. Questioned following an unrelated incident in Noble County, Mr. Cool admitted stealing the tires and rims from Mr. Hupp’s property and selling them at a scrap dealer.

On 17 May 11 a thirty-two year old Belpre resident reported her fifteen year old stepdaughter did not return home after school that afternoon. The juvenile allegedly commented to a friend that she was not riding the bus home but did not divulge additional details of her planned whereabouts. This case remains under investigation (200).

On 17 May 11 Dorothy M. Gump, age 72, 35 Stanley Street, Newport, reported she stayed with a family member for a few months at the beginning of this year while she recovered from a stroke and during that time she believes a family stole two of her gas royalty checks. The family member then allegedly forged her signature in order to cash the checks for a total of $1,300. This case remains under investigation (296).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Christopher Arthur Young, age 43, 3915 Pleasant Ridge Road, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Young was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Reeder and processed into the Washington County Jail on 17 May 11 at 4:00 am.

Sheldon Dwight Hill, age 28, 11827 State Route 555, Cutler, for assault, a misdemeanor. Hill was arrested on Front Street in Marietta by Deputy Sheriff Mankins and processed into the Washington County Jail on 17 May 11 at 9:08 am.

Brandon Lee Gibbs, age 18, 827 Ridge Street, Marietta, for theft and for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, both misdemeanors. Gibbs was arrested at Wal-Mart by Patrolman Wenzel of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 17 May 11 at 2:23 pm.

Michelle Christine Mace, age 33, 109 Wooster Street, Marietta, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Mace was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Warden of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 17 May 11 at 6:20 pm.

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