Click here to go to the main pageWashington County Sheriff's OfficeSheriff Vehiclemenu
WCSO Main Menu
MenuMenu
Search washingtoncountysheriff.org
Menu
WCSO's Main Menu
Click on the Submenu Links to navigate to more webpagesSubmenuClick to read our Press ReleasesSubmenuClick to read the Press Release ArchivesSubmenuSnow Emergency Levels!SubmenuClick here to learn about the new Enhanced 911 SystemSubmenuSubmenu

Archives

Archive of 08-09-11

On 9 Aug 11 Dianne Joyce, age 50, 73 Glencoe Street, Belpre, reported she has power of attorney of her recently deceased mother’s estate and she recently discovered unauthorized activity on her mother’s checking account. Ms. Joyce stated she noticed a book of checks missing from her mother’s residence at 3125 State Route 26, Marietta, and she later determined two of the checks were forged and cashed for a total of $1,200. This case remains under investigation (790).

On 9 Aug 11 John Thieman, age 47, 677 Kern Road, Waterford, reported sometime between 3 Aug and 6 Aug an unknown suspect(s) stole a gold diamond ring and two gold herringbone necklaces from his deceased wife’s jewelry box that he keeps in his bedroom. This case remains under investigation (790).

On 9 Aug 11 Deputy Sheriff Carr and the Warren Fire Department were dispatched to the scene of a fire at the residence of Helen Francis, age 54, at 205 Trestle Hill Road, Marietta. A hot water heater at Ms. Francis’ home fell through a rotting floor at the home, disconnecting the gas line from the water heater. The water heater’s pilot light then ignited the gas and caused minor fire damage to the insulation under the home. No injuries were reported.

On 9 Aug 11 Trenton Davis, age 37, 16611 Leatherwood Road, Lore City, OH, reported he was at work inside Life Ambulance at 115 Tennis Center Drive, Marietta, between 1 am and 7 am and at some point during that period his 1993 Pontiac Grand Prix was stolen from the company’s parking lot. This case remains under investigation (594).

On 9 Aug 11 Mark J. Tilton, age 42, 12622 State Route 60, Lowell, reported his wife Teresa, age 41, was highly intoxicated and during an argument, broke several objects on the floor of their home. Mr. Tilton said his wife was out of control and he feared what she may do to him. When Lt. Rhodes and Deputy Sheriff Simmons arrived at the residence Mrs. Tilton was driving her vehicle down the driveway. As Mrs. Tilton exited her vehicle, Lt. Rhodes noticed an odor of alcohol. During questioning Mrs. Tilton claimed her husband threw an ottoman at her and struck her in the back of the head and the right shoulder. Mrs. Tilton Also said she feared her husband would cause her further injury. Questioned further, Mr. Tilton said his wife also bit him on the arm, hit him on the head with a tea pot and struck him in the head with a crutch. As a result of the incident, Mr. and Mrs. Tilton were both arrested for domestic violence. Mrs. Tilton performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was additionally charged with OVI. At the jail Mrs. Tilton tested .136 BAC.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Peter Grant Hafner, age 21, 129 Euclid Place, Marietta, for two felony counts of trafficking in drugs. Hafner turned himself in to Corrections Officer Sheaves and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 Aug 11 at 8:43 am.

Timothy Michael Johnson, age 22, 204 Main Street, Malta, for nonsupport of dependants. John turned himself in to Corrections Officer Sheaves and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 Aug 11 at 9:36 am.

Brent Michael Taylor, age 23, 102 Flintwood Drive, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation. Taylor was picked up at SEPTA in Nelsonville by Deputy Sheriff Tornes and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 Aug 11 at 3:36 pm.

Paul Eugene Harris, age 36, 118 Princeton Avenue, Columbus, for failure to appear and for breach of recognizance, both misdemeanors. Harris was picked up in Franklin County and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 Aug 11 at 3:46 pm.

...back to archives

Call this number in case of an Emergency!!!
 
Copyright © 2004 Washington County Sheriff's Office
Click here to learn About WCSO Click here to read WCSO's News and Press Releases Click here to learn about Sheriff's Sales Click here to learn about Units of WCSO Click here to learn about the Washington County Jail Click here to learn about Washington County Sex Offenders Click here to learn about WCSO's Online Checks Click here to learn how to Contact WCSO