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Archive of 02-20-12

On 20 Feb 12 Deputy Sheriff Underwood investigated multiple reports of a male and a female who were involved in an altercation while parked at the US 50 on ramp. The vehicle then traveled westbound on US 50 with the two occupants and was stopped by Deputy Underwood near State Route 339. Arguing over a woman the male was seeing, the female said she stopped the vehicle and threw a number of items out of the vehicle. Both parties admitted striking the other but neither said they were injured or desired to pursue charges.

On 20 Feb 12 an employee of Haas Storage, 75 Highland Ridge Road, Lowell, reported she noticed that afternoon that the locks were cut off three storage units. It does not appear that anything is missing from the storage units. This case remains under investigation (610).

On 20 Feb 12 the Fearing Fire Department extinguished a small couch and a chair that were set ablaze in a field near the 3000 block of Glendale Road. Deputy Sheriff Anderson also responded and could find no viable evidence or leads for follow up in the case.

On 20 Feb 12 Ronald L. Cameron, age 59, 1205 Cameron Road, Whipple, reported he is caring for the residence at 970 Cameron Road while his sister and brother in law, Wilson W. Eddy, age 56, are out of town and he discovered that afternoon the home was forcibly entered. The suspect(s) pried open a door and stole a fifty inch flat screen television from the home and a small stereo from the garage. This case remains under investigation (1184).

On 20 Feb 12 James L. Williams, age 69, 507 Warren Street, Marietta, reported he was informed last week by the owner of his storage unit at 104 Ellsworth Avenue, Marietta, that his unit was among ten units that had the lock cut off it. Mr. Williams said military items, including a LAW Rocket training system, a training claymore mine and clothing items were stolen from his unit. The owner of the storage units said no property was missing from the other units. This case remains under investigation (1184).

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