On 18 May 18 Deputy McKee began an investigation regarding a counterfeit/play $20 bill.  No monetary loss, however this case remains under investigation.

On 18 May 18 Deputy McKee began an investigation in regards to a possible theft from an estate.  This case remains under investigation.

On 18 May 18 Deputy McKee began an investigation in reference a possible domestic.  In speaking with all parties involved it was determined to be unfounded.

On 19 May 18 Deputy Carr responded to 17485 State Route 555 to a report of damage to a vehicle. Amanda Custer and Anthony Hill had been arguing and upon Hill leaving the area picked up a log chain and smashed the rear window of Custer’s 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix. Attempts to contact Hill met with negative results.  A warrant is being requested for Anthony Trent Hill, age 29, 1154 Patten Mills Road, Cutler, Ohio, for criminal damage.

On 19 May 18 Deputy Schwendeman began an investigation in reference a possible domestic.  In speaking with all parties involved it was determined to be unfounded.

On 19 May 18 Deputy Hall met with Shannon Zigmund regarding a disturbance that occurred at 1111 Lancaster Street, Marietta, with James Williams.  Zigmund and Williams had been living in the same residence and reported an argument in which it escalated.  After speaking with all parties it was determined that disorderly conduct charges would be filed on James A. Williams, age 61, and Shannon M. Zigmund, age 33, through Marietta Municipal Court.

On 19 May 18 Sgt. Holbert responded to 5045 Veto Road, Vincent, Ohio, to a domestic dispute.  After speaking with all parties involved Charley Samuel Whealdon, age 74, was placed under arrest on two counts of domestic violence and transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 20 May 18 Deputy Hall responded to 301 Main Street, Lowell, to a theft complaint.  Ohio Valley Cab Co. driver stated two females were picked up in Marietta and taken to Lowell to the bank and upon exiting the vehicle the females took off and did not pay the $24.50. Deputy Hall located the females, Andrea Noel Fry, age 26, 106 Washington Street, Marietta, Ohio, and Tabatha Dawn Cain, age 38, 301 Jennison Street, Beverly, Ohio, and placed them both under arrest for theft.  Cain and Fry were transported to the Washington County Jail.

On 20 May 18 Deputy Jones was dispatched to New Matamoras in reference to a possible intoxicated subject.  Deputy Jones located Joshua Gore walking, wearing only a pair of black basketball shorts and shoes. Gore was sweating profusely and did not want to comply with the orders given to him.  Joshua LeRoy Gore, age 30, 130 Cemetery Drive, New Matamoras, Ohio, was transported to the Washington County Jail on a charge of disorderly conduct by public intoxication.

On 21 May 18 Deputy Johnson began an investigation regarding a counterfeit $20 bill. This case remains under investigation.

The following warrants were processed at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office:

Melissa J. Beagle McFall, 1208 Park Avenue, New Matamoras, Ohio, failure to appear.

Kory L. Cutright, 731 Glendale Road, #1, Marietta, Ohio, probation violation, original charge breaking and entering.

Angela M. Muncy, 1040 Legacy Lane, Pataskala, Ohio, disorderly conduct.

Corey L. Morrison, 1160 Hadley Hollow Road, Marietta, Ohio, breach of recognizance, original charge furnishing false information to officer issuing a ticket; and failure to appear, original charge furnishing false information to officer issuing a ticket.

The following subjects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Tuesday 22 May 18 and Wednesday 23 May 18:

Levi Jacob Murner, age 24, Salem, West Virginia, possession of drugs, misdemeanor.

Joshua Ryan Lewis, age 34, 1308 Williamson Avenue, Apt. 1A, New Matamoras, Ohio, on a warrant for probation violation, felony.

Denver Nelson Stonestreet Sr., age 48, 2216 Eastern Avenue, Gallipolis, Ohio, having weapons while under disability, felony.

Charles Ragan Crews, age 43, 9963 El Chaco Drive, Baytown, Texas, driving while under the influence of alcohol, seat belt, traffic signals and stop light or stop sign violation, misdemeanors.

There are currently 31 female inmates and 98 male inmates being housed in the Washington County Jail.