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Archive of 05-29-11

On 29 May 11 a thirty-eight year old Marietta resident reported she received unwanted text messages from two phone numbers she didn’t recognize. The victim believes the messages were sent by her estranged husband in violation of a protection order she has against him. This case remains under investigation (805).

On 29 May 11 Thomas L. Todd, age 57, 2089 Campbell Road, Coolville, reported he parked his eight foot trip trailer in a parking lot across from 1269 State Route 618, Belpre, and sometime between 25 May and 28 May an unknown suspect(s) stole the trailer. This case remains under investigation (1104).

On 29 May 11 Deputy Sheriff Mankins issued a citation to Gregory E. Buchanan, age 51, 50434 state Route 681, Reedsville, for operating as vehicle without license plates. Deputy Mankins stopped Mr. Buchanan on State Route 7 near Ayers Boulevard in Belpre Township.

On 29 May 11 a resident at 350 Robert Kelly Road, Cutler, reported his brother, Jeremy P. Sargent, age 28, was either drunk or on drugs and was “going on a psychotic rampage.” Interviewing the involved parties, Deputy Sheriff Smeeks learned Mr. Sargent was involved in altercations with his wife Cyndi, age 21, and his father Randy, age 49. During the incident Mr. Sargent struck his wife in the face and in the arm and pinned her down against a recliner. Mr. Sargent’s father attempted to intervene at which point Mr. Sargent shoved him onto a couch. When Mr. Sargent turned to assault his wife a second time his father again attempted to intervene and was shoved back onto the couch. Mrs. Sargent eventually escaped with her three children and fled to another residence. As a result of the incident, Deputy Smeeks arrested Mr. Sargent for two counts of domestic violence and transported him to the Washington County Jail. At the jail Mr. Sargent tested .195 BAC.

On 29 May 11 Lt. Gherke, Detective Parks and Deputy Sheriff Schubert responded to the scene of death of a sixty-seven year old Marietta resident. The man’s death appears to be due to a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. No foul play is suspected.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Celena Anne Hardie, age 31, 708 Front Street Apt. 19, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Hardie was arrested in Marietta by Deputy Sheriff Schubert and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 May 11 at 12:57 am.

Danielle Marie Oliver, age 24, 265 Columbia Court, Cambridge, for OVI, driving left of center and not wearing a seat belt, all misdemeanors. Oliver was arrested in Marietta by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 May 11 at 2:24 am.

Megan Nicole Wiggans, age 21, 204 Fifth Street, Williamstown, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Wiggans was arrested in Marietta by Patrolman Nedeff of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 May 11 at 9:43 pm.

Jeremy Paul Sargent, age 28, 350 Robert Kelly Road, Cutler, for two misdemeanor counts of domestic violence. Sargent was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Smeeks and processed into the Washington County Jail on 29 May 11 at 10:30 pm.

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