News 11 Aug 2023
10 Aug 2023
Deputies completed requests for extra patrols and residence checks through the day and night.
Deputy Eichhorn observed a van bearing Ohio registration north on Acme Street, Pioneer Township. The driver was observed committing several traffic violations, which resulted in a traffic stop at the intersection of Colegate Drive and Greene Street. Contact with the driver, Carl Robison, was made. While speaking with Robison, a baggie of marijuana was observed in plain view on the passenger seat. Deputy Eichhorn asked Robison about the marijuana, with Robison stating he forgot he had it. Robison was observed attempting to conceal a baggie consistent with drug usage in his right pocket. Robison exited the vehicle and a search was conducted. Located was a .22 LR Taurus on Robison’s person. A search of the vehicle revealed several sets of digital scales, 1×1 baggies, and drug paraphernalia consistent with trafficking in drugs. Also located, and taken as evidence, were several clear plastic baggies containing a white powdery substance consistent with suspected fentanyl and multiple clear baggies containing a white crystalline substance consistent with methamphetamines. Weights of the baggies consisted of 12.0 grams, 28.45 grams, 27.70 grams, and 21.14 grams, for a total of 89.29 grams of suspected methamphetamines. The baggies containing suspected fentanyl weighed 5.89 grams. Robison was also in possession of $250 in US currency. Carl Dennis Robison, 235 Johnson Road, Marietta, OH, was placed under arrest and charged with having weapons while under disability, improperly handling a firearm in a motor vehicle, aggravated trafficking in drugs, possession of drugs, possession of fentanyl and trafficking in fentanyl. Robison was transported to the Washington County Jail for processing.
Deputy Ullom began an investigation in reference to identity theft and aggravated theft of funds. This case remains under investigation.
A deputy checked the property at Frontier High School in reference subjects out at the school. No criminal activity was observed.
Deputies responded to the Willow Island Dam to a suspicious person. Subject was waiting for the rain to stop, no criminal activity.
A deputy stood by for a subject while they retrieved some personal belongings for the night.
Deputies responded to Belpre Township to a report of someone in a vehicle refusing to leave the business lot. The subject was advised to move along.
A deputy responded to Barlow Township to an alarm. A delivery was being made, no foul play.
A deputy responded to Muskingum Township to a report of mailbox damage. The mailbox itself was not damaged, the older post was found to be the issue.
A deputy responded to Muskingum Township to a dog complaint. Negative contact. A deputy responded to Pioneer Township to a dog complaint.
A deputy responded to Dunham Township to a report of items missing from a residence. This was determined to be a civil matter.
A deputy responded to Marietta Township to a report of a bicycle being stolen. Victim unsure when the incident occurred.
A deputy responded to Warren Township to a report of a loose dog. The dog was returned to the residence it belonged at.
A deputy responded to Muskingum Township to an alarm.
Deputies found the building secure. False alarm.
A deputy stopped for a disabled moped in Pioneer Township. A ride was given to the driver, who will pick up the moped later.
A deputy assisted a Belpre Township resident with a suspicious vehicle near the home. This was found to be workers in the area, nothing suspicious.
Deputies attempted warrants through the evening/night. No contact was made with the wanted individuals.
Two 911 hang up calls were received and both were found to be accidental.
The following individual(s) were processed into the Washington County Jail 10 Aug 2023:
Carl Dennis Robison, age 30, Marietta, OH, having weapons while under disability, improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, aggravated trafficking in drugs, possession of drugs, possession of fentanyl and trafficking in fentanyl, all felonies.
There are currently 21 women and 88 men being housed in the Washington County Jail.