Archive of 10-06-11
On 6 Oct 11 Earlene S. Watson, age 44, 94 Laurel
Ridge Road, Lowell, reported she recently noticed several articles
of jewelry were missing from her jewelry box. Ms. Watson said
she last noticed the three gold necklaces and three gold rings
in the jewelry box on 12 Sep 11. This case remains under investigation
On 6 Oct 11 a pharmacist at White Oak Pharmacy,
8400 State Route 339, Barlow, reported on 1 Oct that he watched
as an individual placed two boxes of personal lubricant in his
pockets and exited the store without paying for the items. Viewing
surveillance footage, Deputy Sheriff Holbert identified the
suspect as Frederick G. McKitrick, age 29, 13120 State Route
676, Waterford. Though Mr. McKitrick denied stealing anything
from the store, an inventory revealed items were missing from
the store’s shelves. Consequently, Deputy Holbert arrested
Mr. McKitrick for theft and transported him to the Washington
On 6 Oct 11 the owner of Hilltop Auto Wrecking,
975 Blue Knob Road, Marietta, reported when he arrived at the
business that morning he noticed a section of a fence surrounding
his property was lying in the road. Upon further inspection
the owner said a 2000 Chevy Silverado, with parts to a 2011
Ford truck in its bed, was missing from the property. The total
value of the missing truck and truck parts is approximately
$3,400. This case remains under investigation (507).
On 6 Oct 11 John Riggs, age 71, 212 Maple Street,
Marietta, reported he moved from his residence at 2470 Pleasant
Ridge Road in May and left some belongings behind due to lack
of storage space. At some point since he moved Mr. Riggs said
his former roommate sold his washer, dryer, a riding lawnmower,
multiple tools and pieces of furniture. This case remains under
On 6 Oct 11 Detective Staats arrested Christopher
R. Karcher, age 32, 217 Emerald Street, Marietta, for a felony
charge of possession of heroin and misdemeanor charges of driving
under a suspended license and not wearing a seat belt. Stopping
Mr. Karcher for speeding on Interstate 77, Detective Staats
deployed his canine to conduct an exterior sniff of the vehicle.
A subsequent pat down for weapons on Mr. Karcher resulted in
the discovery of a syringe and a cloth bag that contained twenty
additional syringes and a spoon with heroin residue on it. Mr.
Karcher admitted he used the spoon and a syringe to inject heroin
approximately two hours earlier. The spoon later tested positive
for the presence of heroin.
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
David Garrett Bing, age 28, 37235 State Route
123, Pomeroy, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor.
Bing was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Brockmeier
and processed into the Washington County Jail on 6 Oct 11 at
Travis Edgar Pasco, age 24, 306 Third Street
Apt. B, Lowell, for a felony charge of violating the terms of
his probation and a misdemeanor charge of theft. Pasco was arrested
on Front Street in Marietta by Probation Officer Smith and processed
into the Washington County Jail on 6 Oct 11 at 6:37 pm.
Alexis Ann Randolph, age 26, 1206 Lockwood
Street Apt. A, Belpre, for receiving stolen property and for
two counts of possession of drugs, all felonies. Randolph was
arrested at her residence by Patrolman Augenstein of the Belpre
City Police Department and processed into the Washington County
Jail on 6 Oct 11 at 8:01 pm.
Frederick Gale McKitrick, age 29, 13120 State
Route 676, Waterford, for theft, a misdemeanor. McKitrick was
arrested at his residence by Deputy Sheriff Holbert and processed
into the Washington County Jail on 6 Oct 11 at 8:20 pm.