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Archive of 06-25-13

On 25 Jun 13 Jeffery L. Jackson, age 54, 1080 Dye’s Ridge Road, New Matamoras, reported a small fire broke out on an oil well pump on his property. Mr. Jackson extinguished the fire shortly after he located it in the valves area in the pump. The damage to the pump will cost approximately $500 to repair (910).

On 25 Jun 13 Deputy Sheriff Augenstein requested a summons for Carlo Ramsey, age 47, 4814 Fourth Avenue Apt. C, for littering. A Saint Marys couple hired Mr. Ramsey to remove trash from their home and instead of waiting for the closed garbage dump to open he disposed of several bags of trash along the 1200 block of Mitchells Lane in Marietta Township.

On 25 Jun 13 Andrea K. Howell, age 38, 185 State Route 555, Little Hocking, reported she was involved in an argument with her twenty-one year old son over money he needed for his mobile phone. No threats were exchanged and no physical violence took place. As a result, Deputy Sheriff Metts closed this case as unfounded.

On 25 Jun 13 Deputy Sheriff Augenstein and the Devola Fire Department responded to a fire at 3670 State Route 60, Marietta. A seventeen year old was attempting to use a lighter and aerosol can to eradicate ants from a maple tree on property owned by George Broughton. The teenage doused the tree with water to extinguish the fire but when he returned later the tree was still smoldering and smoking. The fire caused minor damage to the tree.

On 25 Jun 13 Deputy Sheriff Metts responded to a domestic dispute on School House Road in Little Hocking. Upset over the way his mother’s live-in boyfriend was speaking to him over the use of a phone, a seventeen year old grabbed the forty-nine year old victim by the throat. The victim stated he was not harmed and did not fear for his safety. Deputy Metts arranged for the teenager to stay at his grandmother’s residence for the evening and closed this case as unfounded.

On 25 Jun 13 Deputy Sheriff Metts responded to a domestic dispute at State Rte 555, Belpre. No injuries were reported by the victim and this case remains under investigation at this time (1007).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Michael David Schilling, age 44, 4525 Sparling Road, Waterford, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Schilling was arrested in Marietta by Probation Officer P. Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 25 Jun 13 at 9:48 am.

Ernest Lee Krause, age 57, 3149 Monica Parkway, Sarasota, FL, for being a fugitive from justice, a felony. Krause was arrested in Marietta by Deputy Sheriff White and processed into the Washington County Jail on 25 Jun 13 at 1:45 pm.

Jamey Striblin, age 27, 749 Greene Street Apt. B, Marietta, for failing to file a tax return, a misdemeanor. Striblin was arrested on Seventh Street by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 25 Jun 13 at 10:34 pm.

Joshua Scott Gibson, age 29, 707 Front Street, Marietta, for possession of drug abuse instruments, a misdemeanor. Gibson was arrested in Lower Salem by Detective Lockhart of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 25 Jun 13 at 11:09 pm.

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