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Archive of 07-07-13

On 7 Jul 13 Deputy Sheriff Reeder responded to the death of a seventy-seven year old Lower Salem resident. The man’s death appears to be due to natural causes; no foul play is suspected.

On 7 Jul 13 the Little Hocking Fire Department transported Shawn D. Lent, age 39, 148 Oak Drive, Little Hocking, to Camden Clark Hospital for treatment to first and second burns on his face and back. In an attempt to keep a brush fire burning, Mr. Lent poured gasoline on the fire. The fire flashed into Mr. Lent’s face and possibly caused him to spill gasoline on his back, causing his shirt to catch fire. Mr. Lent rolled on the ground to quickly extinguish the flames. He was later transferred to Cabell Huntington Hospital for additional treatment (509).

On 7 Jul 13 Casey A. Snyder, age 28, 625 Briggs Hill Road, Belpre, reported sometime between 2 am and 2 pm his 2003 Chevy Silverado was stolen from his driveway. Deputy Sheriff Reeder later learned Mr. Snyder’s vehicle was abandoned after being involved in a single vehicle crash at the intersection of Veto Road and Braun Road around 5 am. This case remains under investigation.

On 7 Jul 13 Deputy Sheriff Hunter requested a summons for Curtis J. Bonnette, age 39, 1353 Goose Run Road, Marietta, for disorderly conduct by intoxication. Already highly intoxicated when he arrived at the Wrangler Tavern, Mr. Bonnette threw a drink at a bartender and attempted to pick a fight with two bar patrons. Prior to the arrival of Deputy Hunter, Mr. Bonnette appeared to have fallen to the ground and possibly broken his collarbone. Mr. Bonnette was subsequently transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment.

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