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Archive of 06-14-13

On 14 Jun 13 Deputy Sheriff McGilton requested summonses for Teresa M. Luke, age 46, Ella M. Newlon, age 65, and John Allen Jr., age 54, all of 2450 Pleasant Ridge Road, Marietta, for cruelty to animals and for failing to register a dog. An anonymous caller reported numerous animals at the location were living in deplorable conditions, with little food and brackish water. Upon executing a search warrant at the property, Deputy McGilton and members of the Humane Society found numerous dogs living inside and outside the house and observed cats and rabbits living along with cockroaches on feces and urine covered ground. While some dogs and chickens were allowed to remain on the property, four dogs, nine rabbits and nine cats were confiscated.

On 14 Jun 13 Helen E. Kline, age 81, 11142 State Route 550, Vincent, reported she believes her wallet, including multiple credit cards, was stolen from her wallet while she left it running and unattended for a short time as she checked her mailbox at the Barlow-Vincent Post Office the previous afternoon. This case remains under investigation (507).

On 14 Jun 13 forty-seven year old Florida resident reported a friend recently informed him that a washer and dryer set were stolen from his rental property in Lowell. The victim talked to the alleged suspect in Parkersburg after the theft, at which point the suspect threatened to burn his house if he contacted law enforcement. This case remains under investigation (910).

On 14 Jun 13 Crystal Earley, age 40, 250 Greenwood Street, Newport, reported she was involved in a disagreement with her live-in boyfriend over what she deemed suspicious behavior. Ms. Earley is in the process of moving out of their home and accused her boyfriend of hiding something from her. During the dispute Ms. Earley ripped her boyfriend's shirt but no other physical contact occurred. Neither party reported being in fear for their safety during the dispute. As a result, Deputy Sheriff Augenstein closed this case as unfounded.

On 14 Jun 13 Alayna J. Warrener, age 34, 850 Brownrigg Road, Waterford, reported during an argument with her husband over marital infidelity on each's part, her husband threatened to shoot himself. Mrs. Warrener stated she was not harmed or threatened but feared for her husband's safety. Questioned about his comment, Mrs. Warrener's husband said he made the comment out of anger and did not intend to harm himself in any way. Consequently, Deputy Sheriff Metts closed this case as unfounded.

DEPUTIES INVESTIGATING A RASH OF CRIMINAL DAMAGING COMPLAINTS

Deputies are requesting the public’s help in identifying the suspects responsible for a series of criminal damaging complaints that occurred between the hours of 1:30 am and 9 pm on 13 Jun 13. The incidents occurred at multiple locations in the area of Veto Road, Lake Road, Brackenridge Road, Canterbury Road and School House Road. At the various locations, mailboxes were damaged, car and home windows were broken and vehicle interiors damaged. The four suspects responsible were believed to be traveling in a small red or maroon car, possibly a Honda or a Saturn. If anyone has information pertaining to this case please call 740-376-7070 ext. 0.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Julie Ann Watson, age 36, 319 Gilman Avenue Apt. 1, Marietta, for .08 breath OVI, driving under a suspended license, driving left of center and endangering children, all misdemeanors. Watson was arrested on Colegate Drive by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Jun 13 at 4:09 am.

Justin Dean Shutts, age 22, 1201 Colonial Drive, Zanesville, for two misdemeanor counts of violating the terms of his probation. Shutts was picked up in Zanesville by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Jun 13 at 3:41 pm.

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