¯ A deputy began a theft complaint investigation July 12. This case remains under investigation.
¯ Deputies responded Saturday to Millers AM PM, Ohio 821, to a report of a theft from the business. This case remains under investigation.
¯ Deputies began an investigation Sunday into the damaging of a fence. This case remains under investigation.
The following individuals were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
¯ Angela Stephanie Diane Johnson, 47, of Marietta, was arrested for tampering with evidence, forgery, two counts of receiving stolen property and obstructing justice, all felonies.
¯ Isaac Allen Dodd, 20, of Marietta, was arrested for felonious assault and aggravated burglary, both felonies.
¯ James Nemo Lee Croston, 44, of Chesterhill, was arrested for obstructing official business and criminal damaging, both misdemeanors.
¯ Rolando James Rodriguez, 46, of Marietta, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.
¯ Melissa Ann Tanley, 35, of Marietta, was arrested for breach of recognizance and theft, both misdemeanors.
¯ Aaron Joseph Streight, 42, of Marietta, was arrested for OVI and driving under suspension, license forfeiture, both misdemeanors.
¯ Courtney Nichole Clayton, 28, of Marietta, was arrested for three counts of driving under suspension, possessing drug abuse instruments, illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs, all misdemeanors.
¯ Alison Blake Hinton, 33, of Beverly, was arrested for possession of drugs, a felony, and possession of drug abuse instruments, a misdemeanor.
¯ Mark Allen Bennett, 31, of Lowell, was arrested for domestic violence, a felony, and criminal damaging, a misdemeanor.
Alison Krauss and Robert Plant Are Back Together for New Album
Fourteen years after their Grammy-winning album Raising Sand, Alison Krauss and Robert Plant are reuniting for a brand-new album. Raise the Roof is due out on Nov. 19, via Rounder Records, the pair announced on Thursday (Aug. 12).
In conjunction with the album announcement, Krauss and Plant have released a new song, “Can’t Let Go.” The Randy Weeks-penned song was originally performed by Lucinda Williams, who released it on her now-classic 1998 album Car Wheels on a Gravel Road.
For Raise the Roof, bluegrass and country star Krauss and rock legend and Led Zeppelin member Plant again worked with T Bone Burnett, the iconic producer also behind Raising Sand. The album’s 12 songs include Everly Brothers and Merle Haggard covers, as well as a song written by Burnett and Plant, “High and Lonesome.”
Raising Sand, released in 2007, won Krauss and Plant six Grammy Awards in 2009, including the all-genre Album of the Year and Record of the Year honors. The platinum-certified project landed at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart, and at No. 2 on the Top Country Albums chart and the all-genre Billboard 200.
In the country world specifically, Raising Sand won Krauss and Plant Musical Event of the Year at the CMA Awards. At the Americana Honors & Awards, they took home Album of the Year and Duo/Group of the Year.
Further details on Raise the Roof are below, and the album is available to pre-order and pre-save now at PlantKrauss.com. The press release notes that Krauss and Plant will tour together in 2022; full details are forthcoming.
Alison Krauss and Robert Plant, Raise the Roof Tracklist:
“Quattro (World Drifts In)”
“The Price of Love”
“Go Your Way”
“Trouble With My Lover”
“Searching for My Love”
“Can’t Let Go”
“It Don’t Bother Me”
“You Led Me to the Wrong”
“Last Kind Words Blues”
“High and Lonesome”
“Going Where the Lonely Go”
“Somebody Was Watching Over Me”
Production begins on new Australian drama Love Me
BINGE and Screen Australia today announced production has begun in Melbourne, Australia on a new romantic drama series Love Me, a story about modern love experienced by different family members at three distinct times of life.
The six-part series will be directed by celebrated Australian director Emma Freeman (Stateless, Secret City, Glitch) with lead writer Alison Bell, and writers Leon Ford, Adele Vuko and Blake Ayshford.
Acclaimed Australian actor, Hugo Weaving joins a diverse cast of established performers and rising stars including Bojana Novakovic (I, Tonya, Birds of Prey, Instinct, Shameless, Satisfaction), Bob Morley (The 100), Heather Mitchell (The Unusual Suspects, Palm Beach, Upright), Sarah Peirse (Stateless, Sweet Tooth, The Letdown), Celia Pacquola (Rosehaven, The Beautiful Lie), William Lodder (Wakefield), Shalom Brune-Franklin (Line of Duty), and Mitzi Ruhlmann (The Code).
The series commissioned by the FOXTEL Group will be produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia in association with Aquarius Films and has principal production funding from Screen Australia and Film Victoria.
The series will be produced by Angie Fielder and Polly Staniford (Aquarius Films) and Executive Produced by Michael Brooks and Hamish Lewis (Warner Bros.). Executive Producers for the Foxtel Group are Brian Walsh, Alison Hurbert-Burns and Lana Greenhalgh.
Alison Hurbert-Burns, BINGE Executive Director, said: “Love Me is a story full of heart, grounded by compelling and relatable characters that Australians will fall in love with. “We are thrilled cameras have begun rolling in Melbourne on this beautifully scripted drama. Love Me continues our passion for bringing Australians the very best entertainment in the world.”
Michael Brooks, Managing Director, Warner Bros. International Television Australia, said: “Love Me marks the first drama series to enter production for Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia and excitingly, our first project with BINGE. It’s bold storytelling that we feel will cut through with audiences, being equal parts uplifting, funny and real. With our phenomenal cast and brilliant creative team including Polly and Angie from Aquarius Films, we cannot wait for everyone to enjoy it.”
Angie Fielder and Polly Staniford of Aquarius Films said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Warner Bros. and BINGE on this fantastic series. Our exceptional creative team, acclaimed cast and wonderfully compelling scripts will combine to create a charming, poignant and life-affirming exploration of love across different generations.”
Sally Caplan, Head of Content at Screen Australia said: “We are thrilled to support this impressive creative team, including talented director Emma Freeman and lead writer Alison Bell, on Warner Bros.’ first scripted Australian drama. Dealing with themes of grief and finding happiness, Love Me has a lot of charm, and I’m confident it will connect with Australian audiences.”
Caroline Pitcher, CEO, Film Victoria said: “As Australia’s home of high-end television, Melbourne is the natural location for Love Me. Like the series, our city is also full of heart, soul and social connectedness, and Victorians Alison Bell and Emma Freeman will gain creative inspiration from this as they work with our expert crew and screen businesses to bring these modern love stories to life.”
Love Me is based on the acclaimed Swedish series, ÄLSKA MIG, created by Josephine Bornebusch. Production has now begun across various locations in Melbourne and regional Victoria. The series will be available to BINGE and FOXTEL customers.
Production credit: Love Me is a Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia production for the FOXTEL Group. Major production investment from Screen Australia and financed with support from Film Victoria through production investment and the Regional Location Assistance Fund.
ABOUT the FOXTEL Group: The Foxtel Group is Australia’s leading subscription television company with more than 4 million subscribers. We provide the best range of Australian and international movies, entertainment, lifestyle, documentaries, news and sport through a range of broadcast and streaming services to suit the needs of every Australian. Our three retail brands include Foxtel, our premium all in one place entertainment service, Kayo Sports Australia’s leading sports streaming service with over one million subscribers, and BINGE, our entertainment streaming service. The Foxtel Group also includes Fox Sports, our sports production company, and Foxtel Media, our innovative advertising sales business.
ABOUT BINGE: BINGE is Australia’s fastest growing entertainment streaming service, packed with the world’s best shows and movies by the best in the business, ad-free and on demand. With the biggest collection of unturnoffable drama, reality, lifestyle, movies and documentaries – nothing gets on your screen unless it’s binge-worthy, award-worthy, share-worthy or all-time-favourite worthy.
ABOUT WARNER BROS. INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION PRODUCTION AUSTRALIA: Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia is one of Australia’s largest and most exciting production companies, producing award-winning television for audiences both here in Australia and around the world. The company has secured a reputation as a trusted production partner and a passionate producer of outstanding Australian television. It remains committed to telling great stories, developing exciting formats and creating and producing content that will engage audiences worldwide.
ABOUT SCREEN AUSTRALIA: Screen Australia is the Australian Federal Government agency charged with supporting the development, production and promotion of Australian scripted and documentary content. The agency funds productions for television, film and online. Screen Australia also administers Australia’s Official Co-production program, in addition to the Producer Offset tax rebate which assists eligible Australian and Official Co-productions to be made. The agency provides a range of resources and opportunities to the industry including access to research, market intelligence and special initiatives.