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Archive of 05-09-13

On 9 May 13 Deputy Sheriff McKee arrested Dennis R. Oakley, age 32, 304 Market Street, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication. Responding to a report of a domestic dispute at 110 Browns Alley Apt. 1, Marietta, Deputy McKee found Mr. Oakley in a highly intoxicated state. Mr. Oakley’s wife said they were involved in an argument but no threats or acts of violence took place. Mr. Oakley admitted consuming multiple bottles of vodka and a case of beer and also commented that he wanted to kill himself. Transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital for evaluation, Mr. Oakley was uncooperative and transferred to the Washington County Jail. At the jail, Mr. Oakley tested .199 BAC.

On 9 May 13 Paul D. Valentine, age 51, 1975 Newell’s Run Road, Newport, reported he was checking an oil well on Jones Hill Road in Grandview Township when he discovered an abandoned and burned pickup truck at the entrance of the oil well road. Deputy Sheriffs Augenstein and White subsequently learned the 2002 Ford Ranger was stolen in Saint Marys, WV the previous day. The truck’s owner, Mary A. Sidel, age 47, 34485 State Route 800, Sardis, was helping a friend move when the vehicle was taken and stated a Craftsman toolbox was missing from the bed of the truck. This case remains under investigation.

On 9 May 13 Robert O. Nutter, age 44, 885 Beebe Road, Waterford, reported two of his neighbor’s cattle escaped their fencing and entered one of his pastures. Mr. Nutter said one of the cows is still on his property and has been there for roughly two weeks. The owner of the cattle is on vacation and will be contacted by Deputy Sheriff Metts upon his return.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Jerianne Krystal Myers, age 19, 110 Browns Alley Apt. 2, Marietta, for two misdemeanor counts of failure to appear. Myers was arrested at her residence by Deputy Sheriff McConnell and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 May 13 at 12:29 am.

Tyler Shane Masters, age 18, Rural Route 2 Box 155, Fairmont, WV, for theft, a misdemeanor. Masters was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Thomas of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 May 13 at 1:44 am.

Carmon Elizabeth Todd, age 20, 1215 Putnam Howe Drive, Belpre, for theft, a misdemeanor. Todd was arrested in Belpre by Patrolman Kirby of the Belpre City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 May 13 at 2:22 am.

Lorena Ann Smith, age 35, 110 Tower Road, Little Hocking, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Smith was arrested by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 May 13 at 9:44 am.

Seath Andrew Sebring, age 23, 1901 Lang Farm Road, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Sebring was arrested at the office of Probation Officer Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 May 13 at 10:51 am.

Dennis Ray Oakley, age 32, 304 Market Street, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. Oakley was arrested at 110 Browns Alley by Deputy Sheriff McKee and processed into the Washington County Jail on 9 May 13 at 9:42 pm.

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