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Archive of 06-10-11

On 10 Jun 11 Robert Ward, age 61, 290 Cornerville Road, Marietta, reported he’s recently noticed motorists traveling at a high rate of speed as they pass his home and is concerned for the safety of his granddaughter if she is playing in his yard. While he was working on his landscaping Mr. Ward said he observed a motorcyclist quickly approaching so he yelled at the rider to slow down. A short time later an individual, later identified as Chad Hall, age 27, 865 Cornerville Road, skidded his truck to a stop in front of Mr. Ward’s residence and began to yell and swear at him. Mr. Ward said he approached the vehicle with a shovel in his hand and the two argued further until Mr. Hill produced a handgun and pointed it at him. When he attempted to get Mr. Hill’s license plate number, Mr. Ward said Mr. Hill reversed rapidly, forcing him to jump out of the way. Mr. Ward stated the two argued briefly and that Mr. Hill pulled the weapon out again and drove away. Questioned at his residence, Mr. Hill initially denied having a gun but later admitted having a concealed carry permit. Mr. Hill also said he believed it was his right under concealed carry laws to use his weapon if someone was coming at you. Based on his investigation, Deputy Sheriff Caltrider arrested Mr. Hill for aggravated menacing and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 10 Jun 11 Deputy Sheriff Holbert was on patrol on Lake Road in Dunham Township when he noticed debris along the 1000 block of the roadway. The various items include a console television, vinyl siding and aluminum pipes. This case remains under investigation.

On 10 Jun 11 George Tokodi, age 58, 105 Alden Avenue, Marietta, reported two chainsaws and a weed eater were stolen from his garage sometime since he last saw them on 6 Jun. Mr. Tokodi said he hired an individual to build a fence at his property and he suspects he stole the items. This case remains under investigation (805).

FIVE ARRESTED IN SEARCH WARRANT

On 9 Jun 11 at approximately 11:00 pm Agents from the Major Crimes Task Force executed a search warrant at 4525 Sparling Road, Waterford. Intelligence information indicated a narcotics dealer from Columbus was at the residence of Dale Nicholson, 4525 Sparling Road, Waterford, selling black tar heroin and reportedly still had over ten grams of the drug in his possession. Task Force Agents also learned Nicholson is on parole in Franklin County and his parole officer had been unable to locate him.

Arrested as a result of the execution of the search warrant were:

Lloyd D. Nicholson, age 49, 4525 Sparling Road, Waterford, for a Felony 5 charge of Permitting Drug Abuse and Parole Violation;

Kassandra J. Doak, age 28, 4136 Sparling Road, Waterford, for a Felony 4 charge of Possession of Heroin;

Trista N. Baker, age 23, 706 Center Street, Beverly, for Endangering Children;

Robert M. McKinney, age 23, 4495 Chicken Coop Road, Lancaster, OH for a Felony 5 charge of Possession of Heroin, Resisting Arrest, and Tampering with Evidence; and,

James E. Garrison IV, age 31, 2840 Pontiac Street, Columbus, OH for a Felony 1 charge of Trafficking in Heroin.

During the execution of the search warrant Robert McKinney grabbed approximately eight balloons of heroin from the kitchen table and attempted to hide them behind the refrigerator. McKinney also attempted to destroy the evidence and resisted arrest. McKinney and the evidence were secured by the Agents.

The owner of the residence, Lloyd “Dale” Nicolson, was present when Agents entered the residence. Several spoons utilized in converting heroin to an injectable liquid, syringes, and four single doses of heroin were on a table.

James Garrison was seated near the kitchen table with a handgun lying on the floor near his foot. Garrison also had a large rock of suspected heroin and over $1,000 in cash in his pocket. He admitted traveling to this area to sell heroin because he heard this was a good area for sales. A total of 14.81 grams of heroin were recovered from him.

During the search of the residence Kassandra Doak arrived at the residence on foot. A search of her person revealed eleven balloons of heroin concealed in a prescription medication bottle and several spoons and syringes. Doak admitted she had purchased the heroin from Garrison earlier in the evening.

Also present at the residence were Trista Baker and her six month old and eighteen month old children. The eighteen month old child was standing near the table where the heroin was being cut up and packaged for sale.

All of the suspects were arrested and transported to the Washington County Jail where they remain incarcerated in lieu of bond pending an appearance in Marietta Municipal Court.

SEARCH WARRANT EXECUTED, OVER 80 ANIMALS RESCUED

This afternoon Deputy Sheriff Schubert, with assistance from Humane Officers Butch Morris, Levi Seevers, and Kennel Tech Kory Gilbert from The Humane Society of the Ohio Valley, rescued eighty-two animals from 3265 School House Road, Little Hocking. Deputy Schubert obtained a search warrant for the residence after an investigation determined the animals were living in deplorable conditions. During the search warrant, Deputy Schubert and the others rescued thirty-five dogs, eleven birds, four rabbits, two ducks and thirty chickens.

Of the animals, thirty dogs were living inside the trailer with the ducks and birds. Four of the dogs were running loose outside the residence. The residence was covered in feces and urine to the point the floor was rotting. One of the kennel techs from the Humane Society fell through the floor in the kitchen area of the residence. There was no running water inside this residence and feces covered nearly every inch of the residence and its contents.

Vicki Gray and Willie Ross reside at this location with their eighteen year old. Willie Ross had a warrant for his arrest and was transported to the Washington County Sheriff's Office. Vicki will be facing charges for animal cruelty.

Gray is on probation for charges unrelated to this incident. From the previous charges, the court issued an order stating she is to have no more than three dogs.

As a result of this incident and due to an influx of animals, officials at the Humane Society say their facility is at maximum capacity. They ask that any individuals who want to adopt an animal or who are willing to foster animals from this incident to contact them as soon as possible at 740-373-5959.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Robert Michael McKinney, age 23, 4495 Chicken Coop Road, Lancaster, OH, for felony charges of possession of drugs and tampering with evidence and a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest. McKinney was arrested in Waterford by the Major Crimes Task Force and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 12:44 am.

Lloyd Dale Nicholson, age 49, 4525 Sparling Road, Waterford, for permitting drug abuse and for violating the terms of his parole, both felonies. Nicholson was arrested at his residence by the Major Crimes Task Force and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 1:04 am.

James Earl Garrison, age 31, 2840 Pontiac Street, Columbus, for trafficking in drugs, a felony. Garrison was arrested in Waterford by the Major Crimes Task Force and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 1:17 am.

Kassandra Jo Doak, age 28, 4136 Sparling Road, Waterford, for possession of drugs, a felony. Doak was arrested in Waterford by the Major Crimes Task Force and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 1:41 am.

Trista Nicole Baker, age 23, 706 Center Street, Beverly, for child endangering, a felony. Baker was arrested in Waterford by the Major Crimes Task Force and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 1:56 am.

Willie B. Ross, age 63, 3265 School House Road, Little Hocking, for failure to appear at a court ordered hearing on unpaid fines, a misdemeanor. Ross was arrested at his residence by Sgt. Norman of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 11:30 am.

Chad William Hall, age 27, 865 Cornerville Road, Marietta, for aggravated menacing, a misdemeanor. Hall was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Caltrider and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 2:26 pm.

Brandon James Payne, age 20, 523 Second Street Apt. 10, Marietta, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Payne was arrested in Common Pleas Court by Deputy Sheriff O’Brien and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 4:30 pm.

Angela Kay Rowland, age 40, 101 Lincoln Circle Apt. 2, Marietta, for two felony counts of uttering. Rowland was arrested by Patrolman Heddleston at the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 7:23 pm.

William J. Dennison III, age 28, 52 Saint Andrews Boulevard, Belpre, for contempt of a court order, a misdemeanor. Dennison was arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Holbert and processed into the Washington County Jail on 10 Jun 11 at 8:16 pm.

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