WCSO NEWS RELEASES FOR 24 JUL 18
July 24, 2018
On 19 Jul 18 Deputy Schwendeman responded to Warren Township to a report of mailboxes being damaged in the area of Grindstone Drive. This case remains under investigation
On 20 Jul 18 Deputy Brown was advised of an assault that occurred in the Washington County Jail. Deputy Brown spoke with the victim, Samantha Lemon, who stated inmate Alicia Miller had put her hands around her throat pushing her back against a desk. In speaking with Miller stated she became irate with Lemon who was making inappropriate statements. A charge of assault is being filed on Alicia Dawn Miller, age 34, 9534 N. State Route 60, McConnelsville, Ohio.
On 20 Jul 18 Deputy Metts met with Debbie Beardmore, Waterford, Ohio, in reference to items stolen from her garden to include solar humming bird lamp, angel and wind chimes. This case remains under investigation.
On 20 Jul 18 Deputy Jones responded to State Route 821 to the James Corder residence. Corder received burns from a propane tank while cutting the tank open. No foul play is suspected.
On 21 Jul 18 Deputy Jones responded to Barlow Township to the Rocky Point Road area to investigate mailboxes being damaged. A total of 23 victims were located. This case remains under investigation.
On 21 Jul 18 Deputy Reeder responded to Aurelius Township to a domestic incident. In speaking with all parties it was determined to be unfounded.
The following subjects were recently sentenced in Washington County Common Pleas Court:
Kyle Casey Morrison, age 22, 501 32nd Street, Parkersburg, WV, assault, 5th degree felony, and disrupting public service, 4th degree felony; Orient, 11 months and 7 months concurrent.
Timothy Matthew Ryan, age 28, 115 Byers Road, Marietta, OH, criminal damaging, 1st degree misdemeanor; county jail 104 days.
The following subjects were processed into the Washington County Jail between Monday 23 Jul 18 and Tuesday 24 Jul 18:
Megan Leigh Rose, age 46, 453 Malzern Road, Akron, Ohio, on a warrant for criminal damaging and assault, misdemeanors.
There are currently 24 female inmates and 88 male inmates being housed in the Washington County Jail.