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Archive of 10-06-13

On 6 Oct 13 Deputy Sheriff Carr and Detective Parks responded to the scene of death of a forty-two year old Macksburg resident. Without an apparent cause of death, the victim was sent to Montgomery County for autopsy. No foul play is suspected.

On 6 Oct 13 the Caldwell Fire Department transported Myrtle A. Holley, age 79, 325 First Street, Macksburg, to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment to burns suffered during an accidental fire. It appears that Ms. Holley was smoking while using an oxygen tank and somehow sparked a fire. The resulting fire caused severe damage to the first floor of the home. Ms. Holley was later life-flighted to the Burn Unit at Ohio State Medical Center. She is currently listed in critical condition, with second and third degree burns covering eighty percent of her body (113).

On 6 Oct 13 the Beverly-Waterford Fire Department transported Charles W. Thompson, age 45, 2015 Rainbow Road, Waterford, to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment to a back injury he suffered when he fell off a horse. Mr. Thompson complained of lower back pain but did not appear to be seriously injured. He was scheduled to undergo further tests (113).

On 6 Oct 13 Deputy Sheriff McConnell responded to a domestic dispute at 26930 State Route 7, Marietta. Koren Bailey, age 33, stated her live-in boyfriend grabbed the phone from her hand during an argument over financial issues but no other physical contact or violence occurred. Neither Ms. Bailey nor her boyfriend reported being in fear for their safety during the incident. Ms. Bailey arranged to spend the evening with a family member in order to avoid further problems. As a result, Deputy McConnell closed this case as unfounded.

On 6 Oct 13 Deputy Sheriff Augenstein requested a warrant for David F. Toncray, age 28, 42 Hickory Drive, Little Hocking, for domestic violence. Mr. Toncray argued with his wife, Kaley, age 22, as he attempted to pack some of his belongings. During the dispute, Mr. Toncray shoved his wife, punched a door and then ripped the door from its hinges. Mrs. Toncray said her husband drew back his fist in anger, causing her to fear further for her safety.

On 6 Oct 13 Dustin T. Delancey, age 22, 27476 State Route 7, Marietta, reported his live-in girlfriend harassed him as he attempted to pack belongings to leave the residence. Following arguments over horse grooming and a pack of cigarettes, Mr. Delancey’s girlfriend accidentally scratched him when he pushed her away when she tried hugging him. Mr. Delancey said no physical altercation took place and said that he only wanted to leave the residence. As a result, Deputy Sheriff White closed this case as unfounded.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Joseph Junior Haught, age 56, 311 Main Street Apt. B, New Matamoras, for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor. Haught was arrested in New Matamoras by Probation Officer P. Brockmeier and processed into the Washington County Jail on 6 Oct 13 at 12:42 am.

Michael Anthony Pareso, age 59, 996 Township 217, Bloomingdale, OH, for OVI, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors. Pareso was arrested near milepost five on US 50 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol and processed into the Washington County Jail on 6 Oct 13 at 1:15 am.

Russell Eugene Babb, age 35, 855 E. Main Street, Reynoldsburg, OH, for possession of drugs, a felony. Babb turned himself in to Deputy Sheriff White and was processed into the Washington County Jail on 6 Oct 13 at 7:48 pm.

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