Washington County Indictments

By: Cathleen Moxley Email
By: Cathleen Moxley Email

The Washington County Prosecutor's office reports the following indictments were returned by the Washington County Grand Jury on March 30, 2009.

Please be advised that these indictments are merely accusations and the defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

Timothy L. Rogers
3 Counts Forgery

Lonnie Dalrymple

Jeffrey L. Ingram
Breach of Recognizance Bond

Jamie L. Morgenstern
Tampering with Evidence
Possession of Drugs

Tony T. Hill
Unlawful Possession of a Dangerous Ordnance

Kevin S. Ball
Misuse of Credit Cards

Brenda A. McLeod

Matthew Cornell
Failure to Provide Verification of Current Address

Deborah J. Holdren

Jolena Best
Theft in Office

Jason W. Terrell
3 Counts Trafficking in Drugs

Brian Patterson
5 Counts Trafficking in Drugs

Steven R. Hand III
Trafficking in Drugs

Misty Martin
Trafficking in Drugs

Reashawn A. Dunning
2 Counts Trafficking in Drugs
Possession of Drugs

Donmiano M. Gray
2 Counts Trafficking in Drugs
Possession of Drugs

Nicole Thompson
3 Counts Permitting Drug Abuse

Brandon Jennings
4 Counts Trafficking in Drugs
Possession of Drugs
Tampering with Evidence

Demetrius G. Haley
4 Counts Trafficking in Drugs
Possession of Drugs
Tampering with Evidence

Ola Nichols
5 Counts Trafficking in Drugs

Craig W. Churchill
Failure to Comply with Order or Signal of Police Officer

Lorie M. Storie

Carrie J. Wilson

Michael McMannis
Operating a Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated

Geoff A. Urbaniak

Kenneth J. Walters

Joseph Wilson
2 Counts Telephone Harassment
Aggravated Menacing

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  • by Pete Location: Columbus Oh on Mar 31, 2009 at 11:05 PM
    To Wes I know that Marietta is in Ohio and it still doesn't matter Marietta Police and Parkersburg Police are all the same. They neither one know how to properly do there job. I'm not on drugs and I don't drink either because it's a waste of money. I'm so glad I left the Mid-Ohio Valley Area.
  • by Anonymous on Mar 31, 2009 at 08:08 AM
    There is quite a difference between the two. Not likely for probation in Marietta. All they know how to do is send people to prison. You might catch a felonious J walking charge there...Stay away from there.
  • by Wes Location: Ohio on Mar 31, 2009 at 07:01 AM
    To Pete; Washington County is in Marietta, Ohio area. Parkersburg Police is in W.Va. You must be high on drugs.
  • by Pete Location: Columbus,OH on Mar 30, 2009 at 10:59 PM
    I can't believe all of the indictments,but that's Parkersburg for you nothing to do but drugs. Half of those people will probally get off with probation or nothing at all. My girlfriend didn't do any of those things and she got 8 years for misuse of a credit card. How ridicilous is that? Oh Well I guess the Parkersburg Police force never will get it right.
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