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Archive of 07-19-13

On 19 Jul 13 Leo E. Hupp, age 51, 280 Summers Road, Marietta, reported at some point during the past week an unknown suspect(s) entered his home and stole a half full bottle of oxycodone. This case remains under investigation (912).

On 19 Jul 13 a supervisor at Lang’s Excavating, 19350 State Route 60, Beverly, reported he believes a former employee was in possession of items stolen from the business. Questioned about the items found in a storage stall at the Washington County Fairgrounds, the former employee, Trey H. Good, age 18, 908 Front Street, Marietta, admitted taking the items from a jobsite approximately three weeks earlier. The supervisor positively identified a plastic pipe fusion machine, iron and iron holder as those stolen from a jobsite in Newport in June. The total value of the stolen items is in excess of $3,000. Therefore, Deputy Sheriff McPeek arrested Mr. Good on a felony charge of theft and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

On 19 Jul 13 Lori R. Boyce, age 35, 207 Rummer Road, Marietta, reported she heard a rumor that her ex-husband is in possession of firearms he is prohibited from having due to a protection order she has against him. This case remains under investigation (597).

On 19 Jul 13 Clifton Spencer, age 68, 52 Saint Andrews Boulevard, Belpre, reported when he returned to his residence the previous day after being away for several days he discovered multiple rooms were ransacked. Taking inventory of his belongings, Mr. Spencer determined an Xbox and a thirty-six inch television were stolen. This case remains under investigation (509).

On 19 Jul 13 Deputy Sheriff Huffer responded to the scene of death of an eighty year old Marietta resident. The man’s death appears to be due to natural causes; no foul play is suspected.

On 19 Jul 13 an employee of Marietta Office Supply, 27811 State Route 7, Marietta, reported the business received notification from Peoples Bank that the company’s banking information was used to counterfeit a check issued to a Cardington, OH resident for over $1,300. This case remains under investigation (126).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Romen Zachary Vandall, age 30, 21401 State Route 676, Marietta, for two misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct by intoxication. Vandall was arrested on Lake Road in Dunham Township by Deputy Sheriff McConnell and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Jul 13 at 1:14 am.

Brian Russell Morgan Jr., age 31, 319 Simpson Street, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Morgan was arrested at the office of Probation Officer E. Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Jul 13 at 11:02 am.

Donald Douglas Davidson III, age 49, 1421 Lancaster Street Apt. 100L, Marietta, for theft, a misdemeanor. Davidson was arrested on State Route 676 by Deputy Sheriff McLeish and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Jul 13 at 1:34 pm.

Trey Harold Good, age 18, 908 Front Street, Marietta, for theft, a felony. Good was arrested at the Washington County Fairgrounds by Deputy Sheriff McPeek and processed into the Washington County Jail on 19 Jul 13 at 3:41 pm.

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