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Archive of 05-23-11

On 23 May 11 Karina S. Carpenter, age 42, 1060 Dana’s Run Road, Newport, reported she was involved in a dispute with her husband. Mrs. Carpenter said she and her husband are in the process of divorcing and they argued on the porch of their residence that evening. After the argument, Mrs. Carpenter said her husband blocked her from entering the home and she was forced to enter through a rear door. Both parties declined to write statements and refused to leave the residence for the evening. Finding no evidence a crime was committed, Deputy Sheriff Caltrider closed this case as unfounded.

On 23 May 11 Deputy Sheriff Holbert and the Beverly and Watertown fire departments responded to a barn fire at 330 Kloes Road, Waterford. The fire caused moderate damage to the structure and various items stored in the barn. The owner, Christina Taylor, age 41, 48950 Sunfish Creek Road, Clarington, OH, said the barn contained hay that is several years old and the property inside the barn is of little value. Although the cause of the fire is not apparent, fire officials do not believe it was intentionally set.

On 23 May 11 Heather Berga, age 32, 150 Pleasant Ridge Road, Marietta, reported her daughter inadvertently left a bag containing her diabetic supplies at Putnam School on 20 May and when she returned to school Monday the bag was missing from the nurse’s office. This case remains under investigation (1104).

On 23 May 11 Deputy Sheriff Anderson issued a citation to Adam J. Hadley, age 22, 316 1/2 Harmar Street, Marietta, for not wearing a seat belt. Deputy Anderson originally stopped Mr. Hadley for not having a front license plate on State Route 7 near State Route 550 in Warren Township.

On 23 May 11 Corrections Officer Farrell submitted a Grand Jury brief in support of a fifth degree felony charge of vandalism on Washington County Jail inmate Brandon Gibbs, age 18, 827 Ridge Street, Marietta. Late the previous evening Corrections Officers responded to a second floor bathroom where a water sprinkler was activated. Noticing the sprinkler head was tampered with, Corrections Officers reviewed security footage and observed Mr. Gibbs leaving the upper level shortly after a fire alarm activated. Questioned about the incident, Mr. Gibbs admitted damaging the sprinkler and said he did so because other inmates in his dorm promised to give him commissary items if he would “pop the sprinkler.”

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Cheryl Ann Neville, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines and for two counts of failure to appear, all misdemeanors. Neville was arrested at her residence by Patrolman McCracken of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 May 11 at 12:25 am.

Sunshine Louise Farnsworth, age 26, 832 Saint Marys Avenue, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Farnsworth was arrested at her residence by Patrolman McCracken of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 May 11 at 12:50 am.

Nicholas Scott Quesenberry, age 19, PO Box 213, Breaks, VA, for OVI, endangering children and for driving outside the marked lanes of travel, all misdemeanors. Quesenberry was arrested near milepost fifteen on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 May 11 at 11:10 am.

Robin Lynn Sandlin, age 47, 311 Maple Street Apt. D, Marietta, for violating the terms of her probation, a misdemeanor. Sandlin was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Hamilton and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 May 11 at 2:17 pm.

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