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Ryan Anthony Brown has been indicted on six counts by the Washington County Grand Jury.

The Washington County grand jury indicted a Belpre man with six counts, including two aggravated counts of theft this week.

Twenty-two other real accused have been charged along with Ryan Anthony Brown, 33, of 2100 Hill St. Apt. B, Belpré.

Brown was charged with six counts, including two counts of aggravated theft, both of first degree felonies; one count of illegally transporting weapons, drugs or intoxicating alcohol on the property of a specified government facility, a third degree felony; one count of harassment with a bodily substance, a fifth degree felony; one count of domestic violence, a first degree misdemeanor; and one count of resisting arrest, a second degree misdemeanor.

Members of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded on May 13 at his residence to the request of the Belpre Police Department. Patrollers were talking to a man, identified as Brown, in the doorway of the apartment.

The sheriff’s office reported that Brown had been asked to leave the apartment, but he refused. Officers repeatedly advised Brown to leave the apartment. Brown read his rights to Miranda, with him stating that he didn’t understand his rights because he “Did not commit a crime”. The deputy then ordered Brown to leave the apartment, but he continued to refuse.

Brown reportedly started yelling at the woman in the apartment. He then advised officers to go through the door if they had to and allegedly attempted to close the door, which was stopped by officers, and attempts to arrest Brown were made.

Brown continued to try to keep the door closed according to the sheriff’s office.

Officers were able to enter the apartment and Brown continued to resist arrest. During the scuffle, Brown allegedly attempted to take control of one of the officers’ duty weapons.

Orders to stop resisting have been given repeatedly. Brown was eventually arrested and placed in the back of a sheriff’s patrol car. He continued to behave violently and boisterously, hitting the windows of the patrol car with his head and feet.

Washington County District Attorney Nicole Coil said the two counts of theft in the first degree were due to Brown attempting to take the officer’s gun.

“It’s a first degree crime because a law enforcement officer was involved,” she said. “It took several officers to hold him back. “

While being transported to the Washington County Jail, MPs should have stopped the car to put Brown back from where he was lying in the seat, saying he couldn’t breathe. Brown said derogatory words to the MP and spat in his face.

Once at the jail, Brown was told by prison staff of the sentence for illegal transport into the jail. Later he was observed in video footage pulling something out of his rectum, and when confronted, Brown rendered a sublingual film of buprenorphine and naloxone 8 mg / 2 mg. He then announced that he had a sublingual film of buprenorphine and 8 mg / 2 mg naloxone in his rectum.

Other indictments include:

¯ David Lee Golden Jr., 48, of 225 Holiday Hills Road, Parkersburg, has been charged with one count of disobeying an order or signal from a police officer, a felony in the third degree. He allegedly tried to escape the police after receiving an arrest signal on May 13.

¯ Thomas D. Joy, 31, of 1195 East Branch Road, Lowell, has been charged with one count of aggravated drug possession, a fifth degree felony. He was arrested after allegedly using methamphetamine in April 2019.

In another case, he was charged with Andrew J. Lucas on one count of aggravated drug possession, a third degree felony; and one count of illegally transporting drugs of abuse on the grounds of a specified government facility, a third degree felony.

He was arrested after he was allegedly found with an equal or greater bulk amount of methamphetamine in December. He also allegedly tried to take drugs to a detention center.

¯ Andrew J. Lucas, 46, of 512 Fifth St., Lowell, has been charged with one count of aggravated drug possession, a third degree felony. He was arrested after he was allegedly found with an equal or greater amount of methamphetamine in December.

¯ Gabriell M. Butler, 27, of 729 Second St., Marietta, has been charged with one count of aggravated drug possession, a fifth degree felony. Butler was arrested after being found with methamphetamine in November 2019.

¯ Ashley N. Forshey, 32, of 713 Hillcrest St., Parkersburg, has been charged with possession of a fentanyl-related compound, a fifth degree felony. She was arrested after allegedly being found with a substance containing a fentanyl-related compound in December 2019.

¯ Michael A. Armstrong, 40, 0f 28295 State Route 26, New Matamoras, was charged with carrying arms while disabled, a third degree felony; and one count of wildlife violation, a third degree misdemeanor. He allegedly had a gun in the Wayne National Forest in December after he was previously convicted of the felony of possession of cocaine by the Monroe County Common Plea Court in 2014. The wildlife violation involved taking or taking possession of deer. His weapon, a .45-70 Marlin rifle, is liable to confiscation.

¯ Eric Parkins, 40, of 608 Pike St., Parkersburg, has been charged with one count of aggravated drug possession, a fifth degree felony. He was arrested after he was allegedly found with methamphetamine in July 2019.

¯ John Edgar Jacoby, 40, of 4304 14th Ave., Parkersburg, has been charged with one count of aggravated drug possession, a third degree felony. He was arrested after he was allegedly found with an equal or greater amount of methamphetamine in January 2020.

¯ Eric T. Kendall, 45, of 220 Spring St., Marietta, has been charged with one count of aggravated drug trafficking and two counts of aggravated drug possession, all third degree felonies. He was arrested after being found with methamphetamine in November and December.

¯ Jason Mark Snyder, 26, of 18 W. Eighth St., Dresden, has been charged with six counts, including four counts of extortion, all of third degree felonies; one count of criminal harassment threat and one count of aggravated threat, both first degree offenses.

In count one, which ran from February 7, 2019 to February 9, 2021, he allegedly threatened to kidnap and / or rape his victim in Marietta. The second count was for allegedly threatening to expose a case tending to hatred, contempt or ridicule in May 2020.

Count Three reportedly threatened to expose a victim’s case from August 1, 2020 to September 1, 2020, while Count Four reportedly attempted the same offense from November 1, 2020 to December 1, 2020.

Count Five is said to have engaged in behavior from February 7, 2019 to February 9, 2021, which knowingly made the victim believe that Snyder would cause them or her family physical harm or mental distress. Count Six was for allegedly leading the victim to believe that he would cause her severe physical injury from February 7, 2019 to February 9, 2021.

¯ Alexander Ray Rector, 19, of 2 Worthington Lane, Parkersburg, has been charged with one count of vandalism, a fifth degree felony. He allegedly caused serious physical damage to property at the Washington County Jail on June 17.

¯ Goround Ali Sasay, 22, of 1820 Manchester Road Apt. 1, Akron, was charged with four counts, including one count of felony, a second degree felony; vandalism, a fifth degree crime; possession of a lethal weapon in custody, a first degree misdemeanor; and one count of assault, a first degree misdemeanor. He allegedly assaulted a Washington County jail inmate in June with a broken prison broom.

¯ John Aaron Givens, 40, of 100 Linwood Ave. Apt. B, Marietta, was charged with one count of felony, a second degree felony. He allegedly assaulted an inmate at Washington County Jail in March. He was specified as a repeat violent offender because he had previously been convicted of rape, a first degree felony, on September 24, 1999, by the Washington County Court of Common Pleas.

¯ Three people were each charged with one count of robbery while the property was a firearm or dangerous device, a third degree felony; one count of burglary, a third degree felony; and one count of theft, a fifth degree felony.

Ayla Marie Satin Cox, 29, Nicole Alexandria Taylor, 22, and Jaden Franklin Bird, 25, all of 817 Masonic Park Road Lot 7, Marietta, allegedly stole guns and other sundries from a residence in Marietta in April. The miscellaneous property is valued at over $ 1,000 but less than $ 7,500.

¯ Douglas Brion Sullivan, 58, 5852 Johnson Ridge Road, Waterford, has been charged with aggravated drug possession, a fifth degree felony; and one count of possession of drug addiction devices, a second degree misdemeanor. He was arrested after allegedly using methamphetamine and needles in January in Ohio 60, near mile marker 4 in Marietta.

In another case, he was arrested after allegedly using methamphetamine in July 2020 at 20475 State Route 60, Beverly.

¯ Kaijoun J. Shomo, 20, of 605 Margaret St., Pittsburgh, Pa., Has been charged with four counts, including one of disobeying an order or signal from a police officer, a third degree felony; one count of receiving stolen property, a fourth degree felony; one count of receiving stolen property, a fifth degree felony; and a motor vehicle offense, an unknown misdemeanor. Shomo reportedly ran away from a police officer in April after receiving a visible or audible signal to stop, and received a motor vehicle owned by Ean Holdings LLC and Chane Woodward, with reasonable grounds to believe the property was stolen .

Shomo also allegedly received a debit card belonging to Chane Woodward and drove a vehicle without ever having a valid driver’s license.

¯ Jessica D. Smith, 29, of 903 Mitchell Ave., Beverly, has been charged with one count of escape, a fifth degree felony. In April, she reportedly left Marietta Municipal Court while in detention.

¯ Christian S. Desmarteau, 20, of Marietta, was charged with four counts, including one count of burglary, a second degree felony; two counts of domestic violence, both first degree offenses; and one count of indictable offense or endangerment, a second degree misdemeanor. Desmarteau is said to have entered an occupied structure with the aim of committing domestic violence in June. He allegedly attempted to physically injure his victim on two occasions and damaged a door in the victim’s residence.

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