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Archive of 02-06-12

On 6 Feb 12 Wesley L. Casto, age 19, 695 Silver Globe Road, Marietta, reported he was walking on Silver Globe Road en route to a friend’s home when he was attacked by two males approximately a mile from his residence. Wielding a baseball bat with pink duct tape on it, the suspects repeatedly struck Mr. Casto in the knees. Mr. Casto eventually escaped and returned to his home, where Deputy Sheriff Smithberger observed him lying on the floor, writhing in pain. The Warren Fire Department transported Mr. Casto to Marietta Memorial for treatment to contusions and lacerations in his knee areas. Examinations showed Mr. Casto suffered no internal injuries. This case remains under investigation.

On 6 Feb 12 an employee of the Hickory Grove gas station at 5525 State Route 339, Vincent, reported sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) forcibly entered a second floor office. The employee said the office is only accessible through exterior steps that lead to the office door. No property appears missing from the office. This case remains under investigation (610).

On 6 Feb 12 an employee of Hurst Tractor Sales, 1200 Pike Street, Marietta, reported when he arrived at work that morning he discovered evidence that the business was entered during the night. The employee found the cash boxes of two vending machines lying on the floor and the empty drawer from a cash register sitting on a counter. The owner of the business was unsure of what was stolen without completing a full inventory but stated a .22 pistol and a portable DVD were missing. This case remains under investigation (1007).

On 6 Feb 12 Deputy Sheriff Mankins investigated an assault that took place at Warren High School around noon. The sixteen year old suspect, a Belpre resident, attacked the seventeen year old victim in a hallway between classes after hearing a rumor last week that the victim inappropriately touched his sister. The victim, a resident of Little Hocking, said the suspect struck him approximately twenty times in the back of the head and that he did not retaliate. Following a precautionary examination at Marietta Memorial Hospital the victim was released. Deputy Mankins will file charges on the suspect at a later date.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Khayyam Omar Payton, age 31, 831 Florence Street, Belpre, for OVI, speeding and for driving under an OVI suspended license, all misdemeanors. Payton was arrested on State Route 7 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 6 Feb 12 at 12:37 am.

Joshua Allen Campbell, age 29, 602 ½ 41st Street, Vienna, for two misdemeanor counts of failure to appear. Campbell was arrested on State Route 7 by Deputy Sheriff Lockhart and processed into the Washington County Jail on 6 Feb 12 at 6:40 am.

James Gregory Harris Jr., age 33, 116 Mill Street Apt. D, Newark, OH, for breach of recognizance and failure to appear, both felonies. Harris was picked up in Licking County by Deputy Sheriff O’Brien and processed into the Washington County Jail on 6 Feb 12 at 12:31 pm.

Thomas Ogle Davis, age 30, 52175 Tower Road, Cumberland, OH, for theft, a misdemeanor. Davis was arrested on Interstate 77 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 6 Feb 12 at 12:56 pm.

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