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Reports/Washington County

¯ A deputy met Wednesday with Brooke Miller of Braun Road, Belpre, in reference to the unauthorized use of a vehicle complaint. This case remains under investigation.

¯ A deputy was dispatched Wednesday to 705 Fourth St., New Matamoras, to a report that Gabriel Chambers was acting disorderly. The deputy made contact with Chambers, who was acting erratic and being verbally belligerent. Chambers agreed to let the squad members check him out.

He was allegedly attempting to light a cigarette with the oxygen canisters on the squad in close proximity. He was told not to do so and he became upset and started acting out again. Chambers was told to cease and desist, however he continued using profanity and acting disorderly.

Gabriel Urial Hamilton Chambers, 25, was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly, cease and desist.

¯ A deputy met with Carl Bunner of Dodd Run Road, Marietta, Wednesday to take a stolen four-wheeler report. This case remains under investigation.

¯ A lieutenant, while working at the Washington County Jail on Thursday was informed that inmate Dashawn L. Young reported to a corrections officer that “the TV is broke and I’m to blame.”

The officer asked Young what happened to the television and he explained “I punched it, I was trying to turn the TV and I hit too high, and too hard and busted the screen.” Dashawn Lamar Young, 45, 2728 Tudor Road, Columbus, was charged with vandalism.

¯ Deputies were dispatched Wednesday to Lowell to a report of Timothy Shumar being intoxicated and striking a woman. She reported “he punched me, he grabbed me, he shoved me.” Deputies met with Shumar who stated he was being belligerent with the woman, and had pushed her but had not hit her.

She stated he was drunk and he was in her face when they were arguing. He reportedly grabbed her arm and shoved her, accidentally striking her in the neck. The woman stated she punched Shumar because she thought he was going to punch her after she pushed him away. Timothy Dewayne Shumar, 25, was arrested for domestic violence and a probation violation. At the jail, he submitted to a PBT and tested 0.182.

¯ Willie Cassie Shropshire was brought into the Washington County Jail Thursday on warrants. Shropshire was asked if he had anything illegal on him like drugs or weapons, and he proclaimed he did not. An initial patdown search was conducted and while searching his right front pant pocket area, a small lump was located in his pocket, being a small white plastic baggie. A green substance resembling and smelling like marijuana was inside. After weighing the substance, it was found to weigh 0.074 grams. Shropshire, 31, of Akron, was charged with illegal conveyance of weapons, drugs or other prohibited items onto grounds of detention facility.

¯ A deputy was dispatched Thursday to Brackenridge Road, Vincent, to a report of a domestic dispute. A woman advised on March 13, she was assaulted by Edward Milam. She advised he threw a scented glass candle at her, striking her on the right collar bone area. The woman advised after this incident, he had possession of her cell phone and would not give it back to her. She said she wanted to call 911, but did not have means to do so. Edward Joseph Milam, 42, was placed under arrest for probation violation, domestic violence and disrupting public service.

¯ A deputy began an investigation Thursday into a financial scam. This case remains under investigation.

¯ A lieutenant began an investigation Thursday into an assault in the Reno area. This case remains under investigation.

¯ A deputy was dispatched Friday to 122 Tennis Center Drive, Marietta, to a report that Dustin A. Carpenter was at the residence and there was an active warrant for his arrest. Carpenter left the area walking towards Pike Street when a sergeant made contact with him. A search of Carpenter’s clothing revealed a small clear baggie containing a white crystalline substance in his pocket. He admitted the baggie contained methamphetamine and admitted to having four hypodermic needles in a bag he was carrying. Dustin Allen Carpenter, 29, of 685 Mitchells Lane, Marietta, was placed under arrest and charged with possession of drugs, probation violation, possessing drug abuse instruments, obstructing official business and contempt of court.

Arrests/Washington County

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

¯ Edward Wayne Houk Jr., 20, of Marietta, was arrested for menacing by stalking, possession of criminal tools, both felonies, and violating a protection order, a misdemeanor.

¯ Edward Joseph Milam, 42, of Vincent, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor, domestic violence and disrupting public service, both felonies.

¯ Douglas Gene Snider Jr., 47, of Marietta, was arrested for illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.

¯ Nicole Dena Davis, 36, of Marietta, was arrested for contempt of court.

¯ Gary Lynn Harris, 30, of Caldwell, was arrested for nonsupport of dependents.

¯ Dustin Allen Carpenter, 29, of Marietta, was arrested for possession of drugs, a felony; and probation violation, possessing drug abuse instruments, obstructing official business and contempt of court, all misdemeanors.

¯ Natalie Ann Benton, 35, of Marietta, was arrested for violating a protection order, a misdemeanor.

¯ Tracy Lynn Carver, 48, of Dunbar, W.Va., was arrested for fugitive from justice, a misdemeanor.

¯ Andrew Joseph Coe, 29, of St. Clairsville, was arrested for parole violation, a felony.

¯ Matthew Allen Altizer, 28, of Parkersburg, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.

¯ Andrew Tyler Reed, 26, of Marietta, was arrested for aggravated possession of drugs, a felony.

¯ Natalie Ann Benton, 35, of Marietta, was arrested for violating a protection order, a misdemeanor.

¯ Mickey Joe Simmons Jr., 41, of Belpre, was arrested for domestic violence, a felony.

¯ Cornelius Sean Toney Jr., 26, of Cleveland, was arrested for trafficking in drugs and possession of heroin, both felonies; and resisting arrest and OVI, speed, no seatbelt and possession of drugs, marijuana, all misdemeanors.

¯ Samantha Josephine Somers, 31, of Newport, was arrested for criminal trespass, a misdemeanor.

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