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Archive of 08-23-13

On 23 Aug 13 Terry McCarty, age 50, 125 Hickory Street, Lower Salem, reported he believes his sons, Christian, age 22, and Andrew, age 25, stole his GMC pickup truck, his debit card and multiple business checks. The Ohio State Highway Patrol located the suspects and the stolen vehicle and conducted a traffic stop in Macksburg. Questioned by Deputy Sheriff Augenstein about irregularities in their father’s business accounts, the suspects admitted printing three payroll checks from their father’s computer and cashing them at locations in Marietta on 21 and 22 Aug. The suspects also attempted to use the debit card but were denied access. Based on his investigation, Deputy Augenstein arrested Christian and Andrew McCarty on felony charges of forgery and theft and transported them to the Washington County Jail.

On 23 Aug 13 Ashley Burd, age 25, 4080 Newbury Road, Little Hocking, reported sometime between noon and 11 pm she believes an unknown suspect(s) let two dogs out of her fence and stole two other dogs. This case remains under investigation (912).

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

William Ray Murphy, age 66, 103 Upper Fifteenmile Creek Road, Wingett Run, for a felony charge of intimidation and a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence. Murphy was arrested at his residence by Lt. Rhodes of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Aug 13 at 11:47 am.

Andrew Lee McCarty, age 25, 125 Hickory Street, Lower Salem, for forgery, theft, possession of drugs and receiving stolen property, all felonies. McCarty was arrested in Macksburg by Deputy Sheriff Augenstein and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Aug 13 at 1:43 pm.

Christian Marc McCarty, age 22, 125 Hickory Street, Lower Salem, for theft, possession of drugs, receiving stolen property and two counts of forgery, all felonies. McCarty was arrested in Macksburg by Deputy Sheriff Augenstein and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Aug 13 at 1:43 pm.

Rocklin Keith Baker Jr., age 32, Route 2 Box 1281, Pennsboro, WV, for OVI and for following too closely, both misdemeanors. Baker was arrested on State Route 7 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Aug 13 at 1:58 pm.

William Ray Adams, age 37, 66317 State Route 124, Reedsville, OH, for two felony counts of trafficking in drugs and a misdemeanor count of contempt for failing to pay fines. Adams was picked up at the Pickaway Correctional Institution by Deputy Sheriff Underwood and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Aug 13 at 5:35 pm.

James Arthur Henes Jr., age 37, 206 Second Street, New Matamoras, for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. Henes was arrested at his residence by Patrolman Blamble of the New Matamoras Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Aug 13 at 9:53 pm.

Debra Michelle Dean, age 46, 131 Fifth Street NE Apt. 1113, Canton, for receiving stolen property, a felony. Dean was arrested at Lane Farm Campground by Detective Parks of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and processed into the Washington County Jail on 23 Aug 13 at 11:57 pm.

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