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Archive of 05-03-13

On 3 May 13 Robert D. Whytsell, age 51, 100 Dixon Road, Cutler, reported a friend informed him that morning that his camper had burned. Mr. Whytsell stayed elsewhere for the past couple day and stated the camper did not have electric service but did have propane. The State Fire Marshal was contacted to ascertain the cause of the fire (1007).

On 3 May 13 Ronald E. Hill, age 72, 3310 Sandhill Road, Marietta, reported two tenants who were evicted from mobile homes at 3306 Sandhill Road left the homes in a state of severe disrepair. The furnished mobile homes were vacated with broken furniture and windows, paint splattered on the walls and floors and trash strewn throughout in inside and outside. This case remains under investigation (113).

On 3 May 13 Sgt. Reeder, Deputy Sheriff White and the Grandview Fire Department responded to a brush fire on the property of Richard D. McKay, age 58, at 2090 Fairview Ridge Road, New Matamoras. Mr. McKay had a bonfire the previous evening and believed he extinguished it but a spark spread to the surrounding area and burnt between three and five acres overnight. No property was damaged.

On 3 May 13 David L. Britton, age 60, 952 Veto Road, Little Hocking, reported sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) entered a garage and stole two chainsaws, a bag of Dewalt tools, fishing equipment and an old battery. This case remains under investigation (1007).

On 3 May 13 the Little Hocking Fire Department transported a teen week old child to Camden Clark Hospital for treatment to possible injuries suffered in a fall. The child’s grandmother was picking up the child in a car seat when the improperly locked handle caused the carrier to roll forward. The child was not injured and medically cleared for release from the hospital (129).

On 3 May 13 Peter Kowalsky, age 31, 1365 Clark Road, Cutler, reported after leaving a burn pile briefly unattended, the fire spread to an adjacent field and to a storage shed. The shed and its contents, an ATV, propane tank, antenna, garage door and assorted wood trim, were a total loss. The Barlow and Wesley fire departments responded and extinguished the blaze (592).

On 3 May 13 Cynthia M. Lang, age 49, 12880 Waterford Road, Waterford, reported a tenant of a trailer on Waterford Road paid for his February rent with a check that was later returned for nonsufficient funds. This case remains under investigation (129).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Meghan Elyse Dorset, age 24, 2608 Avery Street Apt. 29, Parkersburg, for failure to appear, a misdemeanor. Dorset was arrested in Marietta Municipal Court by Patrolman Warden of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 May 13 at 10:02 am.

Kevin Matthew Hess, age 25, 231 Faye Avenue, Marietta, for trafficking in drugs, a felony. Hess was picked up at the Noble Correctional Institution by Deputy Sheriff Malone and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 May 13 at 10:57 am.

Russell S. Burkhammer Jr., age 40, 1023 Third Street, Marietta, for tampering with drugs, a felony. Burkhammer was picked up in Athens by Deputy Sheriff Doak and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 May 13 at 3:32 pm.

Allen Jeffery Grigg, age 20, 731 Center Street, Beverly, for aggravated arson, a felony. Grigg was picked up in Athens by Deputy Sheriff Doak and processed into the Washington County Jail on 3 May 13 at 4:00 pm.

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