Archive of 05-18-12
On 18 May 12 Nissa Keagy, age 44, 2460 Pleasant
Ridge Road, Marietta, reported when her son arrived at their
residence he noticed the home’s sliding glass door was
open. Ms. Keagy said her son walked to a small lake seventy-five
yards from their home and observed a tall, thin male running
toward the woods. Several items were out of place in the home
but Ms. Keagy does not believe anything was stolen. This case
remains under investigation (912).
On 18 May 12 Lisa Walker, age 47, 2394 Woodruff
Road, Vincent, reported sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s)
entered her garage and stole a MIG welder, a heater, a set of
two way radios, a saw, a drill and a ladder. Ms. Walker estimates
the stolen items were worth $900. This case remains under investigation
On 18 May 12 Deputy Sheriff McPeek requested
a summons for a sixteen year old Lowell resident to appear in
Juvenile Court on a charge of delinquency by theft. The teenager’s
father reported he’s caught his son stealing several times
and believes the total amount he stole was around $650. The
juvenile admitted to taking the money and using it to purchase
a laptop computer as well as computer and Xbox components and
online virtual goods.
On 18 May 12 an employee at the New Matamoras
City Building, 800 Grandview Avenue, New Matamoras, reported
when she arrived at work that morning she observed holes in
three windows at her office. The holes appear to be consistent
with pellets that Deputy Sheriff McConnell found between one
set of window panes. Deputy McConnell forwarded this case to
the New Matamoras Police Department for further investigation.
On 18 May 12 Kelly Buttermore, age 37, 126
Pine Drive, Little Hocking, reported she was involved in an
altercation with her husband the previous afternoon. Mrs. Buttermore
said they separated for the evening and when her husband returned
to retrieve some belongings they began arguing again. Interviewing
both parties, Sgt. Mankins and Deputy Sheriffs McKee and Underwood
concluded there was not sufficient evidence to support domestic
On 18 May 12 David Hughes, age 78, 1530 Tick
Hill Road, Lowell, reported sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s)
entered three utility buildings on his property. From inside
the building the suspect(s) stole a hammer drill, a saber saw
kit, a circular saw, drill bits, a nailer kit, a gas can and
a weed eater. This case remains under investigation (790).
The following individuals
were processed into the Washington County Jail:
Preston Scott Harris, Charleston, WV, for breaking
and entering and for possession of criminal tools, both felonies.
Harris was arrested at Rinks by Patrolman Estes of the Marietta
City Police Department and processed into the Washington County
Jail on 18 May 12 at 3:41 am.
Walter James Kubala III, age 19, 224 Wildwood
Drive, Parkersburg, for breaking and entering, a felony. Kubala
was arrested at Rinks by Patrolman Estes of the Marietta City
Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail
on 18 May 12 at 4:23 am.
Deane Allen Beck Jr., age 32, 1008 30th Street,
Parkersburg, for theft, two counts of possession of drugs and
for four counts of trafficking in drugs, all felonies. Beck
was picked up at the Belmont Correctional Institution by Deputy
Sheriff Huffer and processed into the Washington County Jail
on 18 May 12 at 11:05 am.
Jessica Lee Hall, age 26, 32 Gomber Avenue,
Cambridge, for theft, a felony. Hall was picked in Muskingum
County by Deputy Sheriff Deem and processed into the Washington
County Jail on 18 May 12 at 1:00 pm.
Kathy Jean Hill-Silva, age 52, 6107 Dog Hollow
Road, Morrisvale, WV, for possession of drugs, a felony. Hill-Silva
was arrested in Common Pleas Court and processed into the Washington
County Jail on 18 May 12 at 4:40 pm.