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Archive of 10-28-11

On 28 Oct 11 a sixteen year old Little Hocking resident reported a day earlier he received a picture message and a text message on his phone that he felt was threatening. Once Deputy Sheriff Smeeks identified the culprit as a friend of the teenager’s girlfriend he declined to pursue charges in the matter. The suspect was ordered to refrain from contacting the victim in the future.

On 28 Oct 11 Greg Sturm, age 62, 20040 State Route 676, Marietta, reported a Tom Tom GPS and book of personal checks were stolen from his vehicle sometime during the night. This case remains under investigation (1293).

On 28 Oct 11 the Reno Fire Department transported a thirty-seven year old Marietta, resident to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment for what appeared to be a heroin overdose. The victim was semi-conscious and admitted for further treatment (805).

On 28 Oct 11 Fred Renner, age 47, 2114 Warren Chapel Road, Marietta, reported sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) entered his unlocked vehicle and stole a Glock .45 handgun from its glove compartment. This case remains under investigation (1293).

On 28 Oct 11 Marcus Thornton, age 72, 20220 State Route 60, Beverly, reported he departed the area last year to care for an ailing relative and when he returned he discovered an oil well pump along with its fittings, an H-beam and a large anvil were missing from his property. Mr. Thornton estimates his monetary loss at $700. This case remains under investigation (1104).

On 28 Oct 11 Angela Martin, age 30, 1655 Brackenridge Road, Vincent, reported at some point during the overnight hours an unknown suspect(s) stole a duffel bag from her vehicle. The duffel bag and the clothing it contained were strewn along a nearby roadway. This case remains under investigation (1293).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Joshua Allen Martin, age 24, 681 State Route 821, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Martin was arrested on Muskingum Drive by Patrolman Freed of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Oct 11 at 12:47 am.

Matthew David Wharton, age 21, 6970 State Route 821 Apt. D, Whipple, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Wharton was arrested in Marietta by Probation Officer Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Oct 11 at 11:27 am.

Christopher Arthur Young, age 44, 101 Theis Avenue, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Young was arrested in Marietta by Probation Officer Ferrell and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Oct 11 at 12:11 pm.

Christopher Guthrie Bole, age 20, 103 Wildwood Drive, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Bole was arrested in Marietta by Probation Officer Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Oct 11 at 2:32 pm.

Robert Lee Lohr, age 20, 817 Grandview Avenue, New Matamoras, for receiving stolen property, a misdemeanor. Lohr was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Freed of the New Matamoras Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 28 Oct 11 at 7:23 pm.

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