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Archive of 10-14-13

On 14 Oct 13 an employee of Burt Buildings, 4815 State Route 339, Belpre, reported at some point during the past day an unknown suspect(s) entered the business, removed the cash from multiple cash boxes and stole and bank deposit bag. In total, the suspect(s) stole in excess of $2,500. This case remains under investigation (1007).

On 14 Oct 13 Sgt. Reeder requested summonses for fourteen year old residents from Belpre, Little Hocking and Marietta to appear in Juvenile Court for being delinquent. After agreeing with three of the other teenagers the previous week that they needed to take something to make themselves feel good, the Marietta resident brought six Seroquel pills to Warren High School. One of the Little Hocking residents ingested two of the 300 mg pills, which left her extremely lethargic and nearly unconscious. She was later treated at Marietta Memorial Hospital for an overdose and released. Though she denied ingesting a pill, witnesses confirmed the Belpre resident took one of the pills. The other Little Hocking resident admitted being given a pill but stated she disposed of it in a trash can. The juveniles also face disciplinary action through the school.

On 14 Oct 13 Kevin W. Wagner, age 37, 60 Lock Street, Lowell, reported he recently discovered an unknown suspect(s) entered a garage he rents at 306 Third Street, Lowell. Mr. Wagner said a number of boxes inside the garage were moved but the only item he believes is missing is a ten year old computer. This case remains under investigation (113).

On 14 Oct 13 the owner of Polk’s Market, 90 Railroad Street, Whipple, reported his business received a total of thirty-eight bad checks from a single customer between 3 Apr 09 and 7 Dec 09. The store owner learned after the first check was returned for insufficient funds that the customer’s account was active but did not have any funds in it. In order to avoid returned check fees from the bank, the owner continued to accept the checks and was told by the customer’s church pastor that the church would reimburse the store for the bad checks. The church has since reportedly refused to pay the store any money. The store owner received a partial payment for $763 from the customer roughly a year and a half ago but the customer will no longer answer phone calls. After consulting the Prosecutor’s Office, Deputy Sheriff Augenstein informed the store owner that the statute of limitations for passing bad checks has passed and the case was now a civil matter.

The following individuals were processed into the Washington County Jail:

Brandon Michael Kendall, age 26, 409 Fort Street Apt. 10, Marietta, for disorderly conduct and for violating the terms of his probation, both misdemeanors. Kendall was arrested on Fourth Street by Patrolman Nedeff of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Oct 13 at 12:08 am.

Eric Gunner Science, age 19, 114 Sunset Drive, Marietta, for violating the terms of his probation, breach of recognizance and failure to appear, all misdemeanors. Science was arrested in Marietta Municipal Court by Patrolman Ellenwood of the Marietta City Police Department and processed into the Washington County Jail on 14 Oct 13 at 1:25 pm.

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