Sheriff’s reports

Reports/Washington County

• Crystal Clevenger, of Ohio 821, Marietta, reported a stolen cell phone on Thursday. This case remains under investigation.

• On Thursday, the sheriff’s office received notification that Tyler Goodwin was staying at 180 Main St., Vincent, while the homeowner was in jail. Deputies responded to that location and attempted contact at all doors, however, no one would answer the door, even though people could be heard inside. The homeowner gave permission for a search. Deputies advised they were looking for Tyler Goodwin and a male subject, who identified himself as Larry Goodwin, was located in the basement. Goodwin had no identification with him, however, a positive identification for Tyler Edward Goodwin was made with the assistance of dispatch. A search of Goodwin’s person revealed a small container with residue and paper folds in his pants pocket. Goodwin attempted to conceal a set of digital scales, snort tubes and a small cutting tray on a couch. Also located was an orange capsule, identified as Dextroamphetamine Sulfate, a schedule ll controlled drug. Tyler Edward Goodwin, 20, last known address 26935 State Route 7, Marietta, was placed under arrest on the five warrants and was also charged with obstructing official business, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance.

• A deputy responded to 102 Handschumaker Road on Thursday in reference to a domestic violence complaint. Scott Handschumaker said he was to complete a child visitation exchange with his wife, Ashley Handschumaker. He said he was in the home getting his child ready when Ashley entered his residence without permission. He said he told her to leave and when he returned to the door and opened it, the door may have hit Ashley. Ashley reported very similar circumstances, except she advised Scott was angry with her and when he opened the door, he hit her in the face with an open hand. She advised she was not hit with the screen door. Scott Allen Handschumaker, 34, of 102 Handschumaker Road, Marietta, was placed under arrest for domestic violence and transported to the Washington County Jail.

• On Friday, information was received that Christopher A. Walker had a video of himself shooting a fully automatic handgun posted on his Facebook profile. A temporary protection order was received from Wood County, W.Va., to be served on Walker. One of the requirements is that Walker is not allowed to possess any firearms. Deputies went to the Walker residence at 2836 Sealy Ridge Road, Vincent, and served Walker with the protection order. Firearms in the residence were recovered, with one being a Glock. Christopher Adam Walker, 28, was placed under arrest and charged with possession of a dangerous ordinance, a fifth-degree felony.

Warrants/Washington County

• Tony Winfield Menefee, of 2116 Miller Ave., Belpre, failure to appear on a child support case.

• Deryl Edward Wilson, of 1641 Lincoln Heights, Pomeroy, probation violation on a driving while under the influence of alcohol/drugs charge.

Arrests/Washington County

The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:

• Noah Boyd Six, 18, of 309 Marion St., Marietta, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.

• Tyler Edward Goodwin, 20, of 844 Greene St., Apt. 1, Marietta, was arrested for possession of drugs and domestic violence, both felonies, obstructing official business, illegal use of drug paraphernalia, theft, aggravated menacing and two counts of probation violation, all misdemeanors.

• Gary Lynn Harris, 28, of 17977 State Route 26, Reno, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.

• Scott Allen Handschumaker, 34, of 102 Handschumaker Road, Marietta, was arrested for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.

• Andrew Adam Crites, 37, homeless, was arrested for domestic violence, breach of recognizance, obstructing official business and drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors.

• Braden Douglas Lowe, 22, of 364 Indian Run Road, Marietta, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.

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