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Archive of 05-19-13

On 19 May 13 Sgt. Mankins and Deputy Sheriff McConnell responded to an altercation at the residence of Jeremy Allen, age 28, and his wife, Tina, age 32, at 25 State Route 339, Belpre. Arguing over the fact that Mr. Allen was viewing his wife’s friends’ Facebook pages, the couple yelled and cursed at each other. During the argument Mr. Allen had his wife pinned on the floor and was choking her. The couple’s thirteen year old son attempted to intervene, at which point Mr. Allen charged at him with clinched fists. Mrs. Allen stepped between the two and scratched her husband on his face and arms. Mrs. Allen said Mr. Allen did not cause her fear but she feared for her son’s safety when her husband charged at him. Therefore Sgt. Mankins arrested Mr. Allen for domestic violence and disorderly conduct by fighting and transported her to the Washington County Jail. For her role, Mrs. Allen was charged with disorderly conduct by fighting.

On 19 May 13 Paula G. Gorham, age 51, 2355 Federal Road, Little Hocking, reported she was out of town for the past two days and during that time an unknown suspect(s) forcibly entered her home. Stolen from the residence were various earrings and rings and a gun cabinet, which contained three rifles, three shotguns, a shotgun barrel and a diamond ring. The total value of the stolen items is in excess of $2,000. This case remains under investigation (507).

On 19 May 13 Angie R. Rarey, age 37, 407 Congress Road, Belpre, reported sometime overnight $225 was stolen from an envelope sitting on a desk in the home. Investigating the claim, Deputy Sheriff Augenstein determined the money was taken by an eleven year old Vincent resident who spent the night with Ms. Rarey’s two sons. The juvenile allegedly also attempted to steal headphones, dental floss, eye drops, athletic tape and an insulin needle. Deputy Augenstein returned the items to Ms. Rarey and forwarded this case to the Prosecutor’s Office for possible charges.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Jeremy Daniel Allen, age 28, 25 State Route 339, Belpre, for domestic violence and for disorderly conduct by fighting, both misdemeanors. Allen was arrested at his residence by Sgt. Mankins of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 May 13 at 1:50 am.

Bryan Matthew Nedeff, age 35, 119 Kentucky Avenue, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors. Nedeff was arrested near milepost three on State Route 60 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 May 13 at 1:42 pm.

Larry Gale Thompson Jr., age 30, 231 E. Faye Avenue, Marietta, for theft, a misdemeanor. Thompson was arrested at Wal-Mart by Patrolman Linscott of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 May 13 at 7:29 pm.

Dwayne Lamar Reynolds, age 47, 1001 Leigh Lane Apt. D, Caldwell, TX, for a felony charge of OVI and a misdemeanor charge of failure to obey a traffic control device. Reynolds was arrested on State Route 60 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 May 13 at 10:44 pm.

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