• On Monday, while patrolling Interstate 77 near the 12-mile marker, a deputy attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle with temporary tags. The vehicle continued to drive despite the lights and siren. Another officer placed his marked vehicle in front of the vehicle with his lights and siren activated and also found the vehicle would not stop, swerving to get in front of the second car multiple times, crossing the fog lines and even going into the grassy divider and medians. The vehicle at one point exited at the 16-mile post, ran the stop sign at the bottom of the exit ramp and re-entered I7-7 northbound. Deputies were blocking the lane at the top of the ramp at which time the vehicle swerved over the grass between the lanes of travel, missing the marked cruiser only by inches. Deputies continued to follow the vehicle, with the vehicle changing lanes, driving over the marked lane lines and speeding. The vehicle then made a last-minute turn onto exit 25 and did so by crossing over the grassy divider between the exit ramp and I-77, as there was a marked patrol car blocking the exit. The vehicle again almost struck the marked patrol car at that location. The vehicle finally came to a stop at the gas station off exit 25 in Noble County. The driver, identified as Brandon Lamont Addison, surrendered and was taken into custody. Addison, 23, of 319 Bacote St., Darlington, S.C., was placed under arrest for failure to comply, lanes of travel and marked lanes violations, driving under suspension and speed.
• A deputy began an investigation Monday into a littering complaint in Dunham Township. This case remains under investigation.
• On Monday, a deputy received a warrant from the Circuit Court of Lewis County, W.Va. for the arrest of Shawn Omeara,on a felony criminal complaint. Shawn Wythe Omeara, 36, of 1216 Williamson Ave., Lot A, New Matamoras, was placed under arrest and charged with being a fugitive from justice.
• Deputies were dispatched to 160 Dixon Road, Cutler, on Tuesday in reference to a domestic dispute. After speaking with all parties involved Allen Edward Sully, 59, was placed under arrest and charged with domestic violence. Sully was transported to the Washington County Jail for processing.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
• Allen Edward Sully, 59, of 160 Dixon Road, Cutler, was arrested for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
• Seth Adam Bond, 37, of 107 Main St., Belpre, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.
• Randy Joe Clevenger, 33, of 1594 Michaelis Road, Marietta, was arrested for domestic violence, a felony.