Reports/Ohio State Highway Patrol
¯ Bryce Steven Joy, 23, of 306 Front St. Apt. B, Marietta, was northbound on Ohio 7 on Aug. 28 in Warren Township, when his 2016 Toyota Camry traveled off the roadway to the left. He struck multiple construction zone barrels. Joy was cited for operating a vehicle without being in reasonable control of it. Alcohol is suspected to be a contributor to the crash.
¯ Leandro Emanuel Ferrante, 39, of 2524 W. Libert St., Ann Arbor, Mich., was westbound on Ohio 676 in Waterford on Aug. 28. His 2019 Ducati 750 Sport/SS750 went off the right side of the roadway and overturned. He was separated from the vehicle and struck a fence post. Ferrante was taken by Warren Volunteer Fire Department Squad to Marietta Memorial Hospital with suspected serious injuries. He was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. He was cited for operating a vehicle without being in reasonable control of it.
¯ Amie Diane Romine, 24, of 19170 State Route 676, Marietta, was southbound on Ohio 60 in Meigsville Township on Aug. 29. Her 2019 Subaru Crosstrek crossed the center line and struck the guardrail. She was cited for operating a vehicle without being in reasonable control of it.
¯ A three-car crash occurred Aug. 31 on Ohio 60 in Adams Township. Beverly Lynn Dailey, 61, of 12065 Waterford Road, Waterford, Ariel Jewel Ellis, 19, of 1925 North St., Stockport, and Gary L. Mayle, 44, of 705 Ninth St., Marietta, were all traveling northbound on Ohio 60. Dailey and Ellis came to a stop in traffic. Mayle failed to maintain an assured clear distance ahead and struck Ellis’ 2019 Kia Optima with his 1990 Subaru Impreza. Ellis then struck Dailey’s 2018 Toyota 4-Runner. Mayle was cited for not maintaining an assured clear distance ahead.
¯ A two-car collision occurred Sept. 1 on Ohio 821 in Muskingum Township. Alexis Dawn Christie, 18, of 201 Marietta St., Dexter City, and Rebekah Noelle Baker, 17, of 700 Dalzell Road, Whipple, were southbound on Ohio 821. Christie stopped for a red light. Baker failed to stop her 1991 Chevrolet Silverado within an assured clear distance and struck Christie’s 2013 Ford Focus. Baker was cited for not maintaining an assured clear distance ahead.
¯ Robert E. Cain Jr., 45, of 222 Cain Lane, Stockport, was eastbound on Ohio 266 in Windsor Township on Sept. 3. He struck a tree that had fallen across the roadway in a 2007 International 9400I, owned by Cain Trucking LLC of Stockport. No citations were issued.
¯ Alyssa MJ Troiano, 24, of 3363 N. State Route 78 NW, Malta, was westbound on Ohio 78 in Malta Township on Sept. 5. She drove her 2010 Ford Escape off the left side of the roadway and struck a ditch. She was cited for operating a vehicle without being in reasonable control of it.
¯ David R. Wright, 72, of 18750 County Road 9, New Matamoras, was northbound on Ohio 7 in Newport Township on Sept. 5. His 2018 Subaru Outback struck a tree in the roadway. No citations were issued.
¯ Bradly David Erickson, 23, of 3368 Lowe Lane, McConnelsville, was westbound and Dylan Christopher Stanley, 31, of 4191 Chandlersville Road, Zanesville, was eastbound on Third Street in Malta on Sept. 5. Erickson’s 2014 Ford F-250 made contact with Stanley’s 2008 Ford Escape on the roadway. No citations were issued.
¯ A deputy began an investigation Aug. 29 into a financial scam carried out and funds released to subject(s). This occurred in Dunham Township and remains under investigation.
¯ A deputy began an investigation Aug. 29 into a break-in at the softball field in Warren Township. This case remains under investigation.
¯ Deputies were dispatched Aug. 29 to the 7000 block of Muskingum River Road, Adams Township, after receiving a 911 call from a woman stating her friend was in the water and wouldn’t get out. The caller hung up and dispatch was unable to make contact back.
Deputies made contact with witnesses who stated Jessica Withrow jumped in the river and would not come out. They observed a woman in the river and ordered her to come out, however she refused, advising she was fine and began to swim away from the dock.
When asked if she had been drinking, Withrow stated yes. Deputies walked down the road closer to her location, again ordering her to exit the water. Withrow came to the shore, but stated she was unable to exit.
Multiple orders to exit the water were given to Withrow, which she continued to ignore, stating she would swim back to the dock. Withrow was ordered not to swim back to the dock, for safety reasons, as this would be upstream and out of view of the deputies.
Withrow continued to swim away from the deputies and back in the direction of the docks. At the docks, deputies continued ordering Withrow out of the water. Withrow was advised to use the steps on a nearby boat to exit the water.
Withrow kept asking if officers were going to shoot her and if they were mad. Withrow was advised no, but that she was going to jail. Withrow then swam away from the dock again.
At that time, a deputy entered the water and swam towards Withrow for approximately 300 yards. The deputy continued to order Withrow out of the water, and to swim towards the deputy, with her cussing at the deputy and swimming away from him.
Due to the strong currents of the river, the deputy exited the water as the fire/squad personnel arrived on scene.
The Lowell Adams Volunteer Fire department members used a boat to remove Withrow from the water. Withrow had entered the water on the west side of the Muskingum River, however was rescued on the opposite shore of the river.
Withrow was checked by the squad personnel and upon being advised she would be placed under arrest, Withrow laughed and asked if deputies were serious. Deputies took hold of Withrow’s arm to handcuff her and she began resisting, pulling away from officers.
Deputies gained control of Withrow and placed her in handcuffs and secured her in the back seat of the patrol vehicle. Withrow continued being disruptive on the way to the jail, yelling and cussing, kicking the partition divider, saying she wanted to die.
While en route to the jail, Withrow’s seatbelt sounded like it was being unbuckled and Withrow was no longer visible in the mirror, but could be heard moving around. The patrol vehicle was stopped due to Withrow’s comments, to ensure she was not attempting to harm herself.
A deputy opened the rear door and when doing so, Withrow, who was laying down on the seat, began rapidly kicking him. Several of the kicks struck in the thighs and arms, however, while trying to control her legs, one of the kicks struck him in the forehead.
Other deputies stopped to assist and were able to restrain Withrow again and continued to the jail with Withrow, who continued to yell and kick, as well as beat her head against the divider several times.
Withrow began apologizing, saying she was sorry and asked if she hurt the deputy. Once at the jail, Withrow was placed in the restraint chair due to her continued combative behavior. Withrow initially refused to submit to a PBT, but eventually complied with the results being .145. Jessica Ann Withrow, 23, homeless, was charged with resisting arrest, assault on a peace officer, inducing panic, obstructing official business and criminal trespass.
¯ A deputy began an investigation Aug. 30 into a stolen firearm from a residence in Salem Township. This case remains under investigation.
¯ A deputy responded to a call for service Aug. 30 at 180 Third St., Adams Township. David Hanes advised that on this date Marshall Jones pulled up next to him, stating he was a federal agent and continued talking, making no sense.
He also reported Jones pointed a handgun at him, which caused him to fear for his safety. The deputy met with Jones at his residence.
After completing the investigation, Marshall E Jones, 40, of 315 Walnut St., Lowell, was placed under arrest and charged with aggravated menacing.
The following individuals were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
¯ Joshua Ray Barton, 40, of Coolville, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.
¯ Preston Vern Archie, 29, of Greenwood, S.C., was arrested for two counts of endangering children, probation violation, all misdemeanors, and domestic violence, a felony.
¯ Ashley Marie Reynolds, 34, of Marietta, was arrested for assault, a misdemeanor.
¯ Janie Dawn Wise, 46, of Little Hocking, was arrested for possession of drugs, a felony.
¯ Andrea Nicole Beaver, 35, of Vincent, was arrested for contempt of court.
¯ Ryan Patrick Barkley, 34, of Fleming, was arrested for domestic violence, OVI, failure to control and probation violation, all misdemeanors, and failure to comply, a felony.
¯ Eric Ryan Wood, 36, of Marietta, was arrested for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
¯ David Lynn Graves, 38, of Dickinson, Texas, was arrested for using weapons while intoxicated and OVI, both misdemeanors.
¯ Angela Stephanie Diane Johnson, 47, of Marietta, was arrested for inducing panic, a misdemeanor.
¯ Matthew Edwin Deem, 40, of Belpre, was arrested for disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor.
¯ Isstane Alcuriya Germany, 23, of Huntington, W.Va., was arrested for driving under suspension, a misdemeanor.
¯ James Ryan Andrews, 36, of Marietta, was arrested for domestic violence, a felony.
¯ Alicia Dawn Miller, 37, of Marietta, was arrested for theft, criminal trespass, possessing drug abuse instruments and receiving stolen property, all misdemeanors.
¯ Matthew Thomas Sandy, 38, of Reno, was arrested for domestic violence, a felony.
¯ Robert Jonathan Huffman, 40, of Marietta, was arrested for criminal trespass, a misdemeanor, and theft of a motor vehicle, a felony.
¯ Minnie Florence Griffin, 46, of Parkersburg, was arrested for falsification and contempt of court, both misdemeanors.
¯ Casey Troy Carpenter, 25, of Lowell, was arrested for nonsupport of dependents.
¯ James David Warner, 40, of Marietta, was arrested for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
¯ David Sheehy Burns, 44, of Belpre, was arrested for receiving stolen property, a felony.
¯ Sunshine Louise Chapa, 37, of Marietta, was arrested for aggravated possession of drugs, a felony.
¯ James Ryan Andrews, 36, of Marietta, was arrested for bribery, a felony.
¯ Mitchell Allen Parsons, 39, of Belpre, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.
¯ Dirk Edward Filon, 37, of Marietta, was arrested for sex offender/failure to notify change of address and sex offender/fail to verify address, both felonies; and illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under suspension and assured clear distance, all misdemeanors.
¯ Michael Andrew Hudson, 33, of Lowell, was arrested for a probation violation, a misdemeanor.
¯ A patrolman was dispatched Sept. 1 to 201 Belle Meadow Drive for a possible theft from an individual’s bank account.
¯ A patrolman responded Sept. 1 to 311 Lord St. in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival and after investigation, the patrolman learned that Jalisha Hodge and James Croston were engaged in a mutual fight. Both Hodge and Croston were cited for disorderly conduct by fighting.
¯ An officer was dispatched Sept. 3 to 1314 Glendale Road in reference to the theft of a 2-year-old black and white boxer/mastiff mix. The investigation is ongoing.
¯ An officer was dispatched Sept. 3 to a Franklin Street locaion in reference to a disturbance call. The officer arrested Eric Wood for domestic violence.
¯ A patrolman responded to the Seventh Street Speedway on Sept. 5 in reference to a woman passed out in a vehicle at the gas pumps. During the course of the investigation, a police K9 indicated on the passenger door of the vehicle. Suspected narcotics were located in the vehicle and seized for evidence. The case remains under investigation and the suspected narcotics were submitted for further testing.
¯ An officer responded Sept. 5 to Cisler Lane in reference to a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the victim and an investigation was conducted. As a result of the investigation, James Ryan Andrews was arrested for domestic violence.
¯ A patrolman was dispatched Sept. 5 to Walmart in reference to a theft of pants and perfume. While in route, the patrolman was advised that the woman fled, heading toward Go Mart. The patrolman located and arrested Alicia Dawn Miller for theft, trespassing, possession of drug abuse instruments, and receiving stolen property.
¯ An officer was dispatched to 316 Oakwood Ave. for an attempted theft of tires from a vehicle. This incident is still under investigation.
¯ Units were dispatched Monday to Ninth Street in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers found Robert Huffman on the land or premises, having issues with his ex-girlfriend. It was found that on June 13, Huffman was already advised he was trespassed from the property by an officer. As a result, Huffman was arrested for trespass.
¯ An officer took a complaint Monday at headquarters of domestic violence that occurred minutes earlier on Gilman Avenue. James David Warner was later arrested for domestic violence.