Bill Rhodes, 49, of 820 Mill Branch Road, Belpre, was arrested Friday for disorderly conduct by intoxication. Neighbors reported Rhodes was intoxicated and refused to leave their property. When a deputy located Rhodes, he appeared to be under the influence of alcohol, being that he was unsteady on his feet, slurring his speech and had bloodshot eyes. At the Washington County Jail, Rhodes tested .270 percent blood alcohol content.
A deputy investigated a domestic dispute Sunday involving a BB gun. Angela Dearth, 34, of 857 Southland Cemetery Road, Cutler, sought treatment at Marietta Memorial Hospital after being shot three times by her live-in boyfriend, who was allegedly attempting to shoot crows. Emergency room personnel removed a BB from Dearth's back but stated surgery would be required to remove the BB from her backside. The third BB grazed Dearth's left pinky finger. Dearth claimed the incident was entirely accidental and refused to cooperate further. Consequently, the case was closed as unfounded.
Alexis Madary, 36, of 1660 Sealy Ridge Road, Vincent, reported Sunday that she was away from her residence for a period earlier in the day and during that timeframe she believes her ex-boyfriend entered her home and stole the television from her living room.
The Beverly-Waterford Emergency Squad transported a 35-year-old Waterford resident to Marietta Memorial Hospital July 3 for treatment of a drug overdose. The victim was found slumped over the wheel of her car, with a bloody nose in the parking lot of a convenience store in Waterford. Though the victim later denied using any type of drugs, EMTs administered Narcan, which reversed the effects of the overdose. Toxicology reports were also positive for the presence of drugs.
Steven W. Rush, 27, of 1261 Veto Road, Vincent, reported July 3 that while he was away at work, his ex-girlfriend forcibly entered his home and removed a television, a Playstation, bedding and a baby bed. The suspect also slashed two holes in Rush's mattress and signed her name on the mattress after writing that she loved him. Rush said he did not care that his ex-girlfriend took the property, which they purchased for their children, he was angry that she entered his home without permission.
A deputy requested a warrant July 3 for Bryan L. Eddy, 23, of 3053 Archers Fork Road, New Matamoras, for domestic violence. Intoxicated and under the influence of marijuana while camping at Lane Farm Campground, Eddy became irate when he broke his tent's zipper and attacked his live-in girlfriend, Ashley N. Moore, 22. Moore said her boyfriend grabbed the lanyard she had on around her neck and choked her until the lanyard broke. Eddy then choked her with his hands and threw her to the ground. Moore said her boyfriend's actions caused her to fear for her safety and she was recently treated for a concussion that Eddy caused, but she did not report it.
Employees of Turner's One Stop, at 18971 State Route 339, Waterford, reported Friday that when they arrived at the business they noticed a large hole from outside into the men's room wall. The owner believes the suspect(s) stole more than $7,000 in cash, $1,000 in Elvis and Dale Earnhardt stamps and an unknown amount of cigarettes.
Meriah S. Dunn, 23, of 9630 State Route 260, New Matamoras, reported Friday she believes an acquaintance, who was traveling along with her in her vehicle, stole her food stamp card when she briefly left her purse unattended in the vehicle.
The Warren Fire Department transported Kimberly Bonnette, 42, of 1360 Silver Globe Road, Marietta, for treatment Saturday after her husband found her unconscious while performing yard work outside 17982 State Route 550, Marietta. It appears that Bonnette's weed eater made contact with a live wire connected to the home's air conditioning unit, causing her to get shocked. Bonnette did not suffer any serious injuries and was to be released after being kept for observation.
Sarah E. Hupp, 22, of 324 Main St., Macksburg, reported Tuesday that she recently noticed 13 pills were missing from her 10-year-old son's prescription bottle of Ritalin.
Deputies and detectives responded Tuesday to the scene of death of a 55-year-old Marietta resident. The victim was found deceased in a wooded area near the intersection of Brooks Road and Cow Run Road in Lawrence Township. The man's death appears to be due to a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
Samantha M. Knighten, 20, of 6467 Germantown Road, Lower Salem, was arrested Tuesday for domestic violence. Knighten's live-in boyfriend, Jacob M. Ridgeway, 35, reported Knighten grew angry and slapped him in the face. She then repeatedly shoved Ridgeway as he walked down a hallway. Ridgeway said he was concerned how far his girlfriend would go with her violent acts, as she threatened him with a knife just days prior to the current incident. Knighten's mother said her daughter has been suffering from chemical bronchitis and has been acting strangely, becomes quickly agitated and angry over small things.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
Randall C. Wilson, 56, of 123 Muskingum Drive, Marietta, was arrested Thursday for disorderly conduct by intoxication, public indecency, possession of drugs, criminal trespassing and for being in possession of an open container of alcohol, all misdemeanors.
Jessica L. Stevens, 32, of 10 Browns Road Apt. B, Marietta, was arrested Friday for theft from the elderly and for violating the terms of her probation, both felonies.
Bill H. Rhodes, 49, of 820 Mill Branch Road, Belpre, was arrested Friday for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor.
David W. Hart, 34, of 2236 State Route 83 North, Beverly, was arrested Friday for two misdemeanor counts of nonsupport of dependents.
Andrew F. Denavich, 26, of 6630 State Road Apt. 306, Parma, was arrested Saturday for four counts of felonious assault.
Sheldon D. Hill, was arrested Saturday for felonious assault, for a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence and two civil charges of failure to appear.
Celoria P. Huddleston, 31, of 121 High St., Marietta, was arrested Saturday for two misdemeanor counts of failure to appear.
Kyle C. Morrison, 18, of 501 32nd St., Parkersburg, was arrested Sunday for a felony count of possession of drugs and a misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Lindsey M. Tornes, 24, of 20925 State Route 26, Marietta, was arrested Sunday for a felony count of possession of drugs and a misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Ricky D. Terrell, 45, of 836 Pike St. Apt. 21, was arrested Sunday for criminal trespassing, a misdemeanor.
Steven L. Sealey Jr., 35, of 1660 Sealy Ridge Road, Vincent, was arrested Monday for a felony charge of domestic violence and misdemeanor charges of possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Misty L. Bennett, 38, of 601 Barclay St. Lot 6, Belpre, was arrested Monday for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
Corey A. Wagner, 26, of Waterford, was arrested Monday for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor.
Dacia W. Radabaugh, 31, of 704 Fourth Street, Marietta, was arrested Monday for violating the terms of her probation, a misdemeanor.
Hill F. Smith, 48, of 1483 Dutton Hill Road, Macksburg, was arrested Monday for violating the terms of his probation, a felony.
Kimberly K. Brown, 33, of 2274 Tick Ridge Road, Lower Salem, was arrested Monday for driving under a suspended license and for operating a vehicle with expired license plates, both misdemeanors.
Bobbie L. Cantwell, 40, of 407 Franklin St., Marietta, was arrested Monday for possession of drugs, a felony.
Larry G. Thompson Jr., 31, of 231 E. Faye Ave., Marietta, was arrested Monday for failure to appear and breach of recognizance, both misdemeanors.
Amanda A. Wallace, 20, of 231 E. Faye Ave., Marietta, was arrested Monday for violating the terms of her probation, obstructing official business and failure to appear, all misdemeanors.
Samantha M. Knighten, 20, of 6467 Germantown Road, Lower Salem, was arrested Tuesday for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.