•During a traffic stop Sept. 4, driver Brian Bates was checked for warrants, and was found to have felony warrants for domestic violence, two counts and temporary protection order violation. Brian Daniel Bates, 42, homeless, was transported to the Washington County Jail on the warrants and issued a citation for failure to comply and marked lanes.
• Reno Wash Tub personnel reported Sept. 5 that clothing removed from the laundry facility by unknown subject(s). This case remains under investigation.
• On Sept. 5, a deputy was dispatched to Warrior Drive, Vincent, for a property line dispute. It was reported that Gary Vanwey had put up a fence on the property line without the property being surveyed properly. Vanwey produced documentation of a survey being conducted at that location, which was confirmed through the Tax Map Office. The caller was advised and satisfied with the information. The deputy was again dispatched to the location as Eric C. Anderson was on Vanwey’s porch and had broken a door by beating on it. Vanwey said Anderson had been observed removing a fence posts that were set that day, as well as displacing several other posts before coming to his home and beating on the door. Witnesses contacted verified Anderson damaging the posts and beating on the door. A warrant is being requested through Marietta Municipal Court on a charge of menacing by stalking, aggravated trespassing and criminal damaging against Eric C. Anderson, 50, of 900 Tresch Road, Fleming.
• Theron C. McLaughlin, of 70 White Oak St., Vincent, reported Thursday that his apartment was entered. This case remains under investigation.
• A deputy responded to Cisler Ridge Road, New Matamoras, Friday for a report of Shane Carpenter’s trailer being burnt to the ground. This case remains under investigation.
• A deputy responded to Wesley Township Friday in reference to a female possibly being missing. The subject was located and advised she was fine.
• On Saturday, deputies responded to 5461 State Route 821, Whipple, to Nathaniel Vannoy being assaulted by his son, Ethan Vannoy. Both subjects advised they were involved in a verbal altercation which turned physical. It was determined that Ethan initiated the violence. Ethan Alexander Vannoy, 19, was placed under arrest and transported to the Washington County Jail for processing.
• A deputy met with James Lafley, of 55 Teri Lane, Little Hocking, reported a stolen golf cart on Friday. This case remains under investigation.
• A deputy began an investigation Saturday regarding an assault in Barlow Township. The victim did not wish to pursue charges.
• A deputy began an investigation in Waterford Township on Saturday regarding a possible domestic violence incident. In speaking with all parties it was determined to be unfounded.
• On Sunday, a deputy, along with the Newport Volunteer Fire Department Squad, responded to the scene of a deceased male subject.
• A deputy responded to Stow It Self Storage Units, 21 Clifton Road, Little Hocking, on Sunday. It was reported that locks had been cut off of buildings. This case remains under investigation.
• A deputy met with Patti Bauerbach, of Pennock Street, Beverly, on Monday in reference to damage to her vehicle. This case remains under investigation.
• A deputy responded to 10440 Veto Road, Belpre, on Monday for a domestic violence incident. Myles Merew said during an argument Kristi Merew grabbed a hammer and threatened to hit him with it. Videos of the incident were viewed by officers. Kristi Michelle Merew, 38, was placed under arrest for domestic violence and transported to the Washington County Jail for processing.
• Cassie Connell, of 2920 Creek Road, Stockport, reported Monday that Sunday night while at the residence, David Burt was intoxicated and hit, kicked and shoved her. Connell stated the next morning Burt was still intoxicated and punched her in the left eye and kicked her again. Burt denied hitting or striking Connell, stating she got drunk and fell over lawn fixtures. David Lee Burt, 55, was placed under arrest for domestic violence and transported to the Washington County Jail for processing.
• On Monday, a deputy, along with the Reno Volunteer Fire Department, responded to Marietta Transfer to an unresponsive male subject.
• A deputy responded to 2460 Sealy Ridge Road, Vincent, on Tuesday for a report from a Michael Lamp that he was being chased by people hiding in the woods. The officer observed Christopher Griffin on the roof of the residence squatted down with a machete lying beside him. Griffin was ordered down from the roof and once on the ground was found to have a spring assisted automatic opening knife on his person. Deputies responded earlier to the same type of call from Griffin. It was determined that the name Michael Lamp was a fake name and the second call was also from Christopher Corey Griffin. Griffin, 34, homeless, was placed under arrest on a charge of carrying a concealed weapon and making false alarms, both misdemeanors.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
• Crystal Elaine Jeffers, 44, homeless, was arrested for failure to appear warrant, a felony.
• Crystal Leann Slonaker, 32, of 817 Grandview Ave., New Matamoras, was arrested for possession of drug abuse instruments and possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanors, and trafficking in drugs, a felony.
• Arron Eugene Lasure, 389, of 817 Grandview Ave., New Matamoras, was arrested for possession of drug abuse instruments, a misdemeanor, and trafficking in drugs, a felony.
• Mary Ann Sidel, 52, of 817 Grandview Ave., New Matamoras, was arrested for permitting drug abuse, a felony.
• Jason Homer Malone, 40, of 6615 Cleveland Road, Lot E3, Ravenna, was arrested for non-support of dependents and probation violation (Portage County), a felony.
• Lisa Michelle Shaffer, 39, of 2880 Sunnyside Road, Pennsboro, W.Va., was arrested for possession of drug instruments, a misdemeanor.
• Kristi Michelle Merew, 38, of 10440 Veto Road, Belpre, was arrested for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
• Christopher Corey Griffin, 34, homeless, was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon and making false alarms, both misdemeanors.