Police

Reports/Washington County

¯Deputies responded to Grandview Township on Thursday in reference to a female threatening to harm herself while a child was present. The child was able to get the weapon from the female and temporarily hide it. Contact was then made with the subject. Charges were filed and a warrant requested for the subject for child endangering.

¯ Greg Lane, of 407 Oak Hill Road, Cutler, reported damage done to a wheat field on Saturday. This case remains under investigation.

¯ A deputy began an investigation in Newport Township on Friday in reference to a theft from property. The reporting party did not wish to pursue any charges.

¯ During a traffic stop Friday, driver Cassandra L. Thomas, 39, of 9747 Whitehurst Drive, Dallas, Texas, gave consent to search. This search revealed two plastic marijuana grinders and multiple empty beer cans/liquor containers. There was also one open beer can located within arm’s reach of the driver, which was cold to the touch, and was approximately half full. A summons is being requested through Marietta Municipal Court for Thomas on a charge of possession of marijuana paraphernalia and open container.

¯ During a traffic stop on Ohio 7 Friday, a deputy made contact with driver Bryce Gearhart and detected an odor of marijuana. Gearhart and passengers Kenneth Schultz and Seth Augenstein all admitted to having marijuana paraphernalia. Schultz further advised he had marijuana. A consent to search was obtained and a multitude of marijuana paraphernalia items, loose marijuana and also marijuana in oil form were located. A summons is being requested for Bryce Steven Gearhart, 20, of 808 Third St., Marietta, for illegal possession of marijuana paraphernalia; Kenneth Everson Schultz, 19, of 150 Camelot Road, Lot 20, Belpre, for illegal possession of marijuana paraphernalia and possession of drugs; and Seth Gerard Augenstein, 20, of 216 Fay Ave., Marietta, for illegal possession of marijuana paraphernalia.

Warrants/Washington County

¯ Shane Carpenter, of 370 Cisler Ridge Road, New Matamoras, for theft.

¯ Bruce E. Ashby, of 111 ¢ Terrace Ave., Marietta, for terroristic threats and aggravated menacing.

¯ Natalie A. Benton, of 111 N. Hart St., Apt. 8, Marietta, for aggravated trafficking in drugs, trafficking in heroin, permitting drug abuse, possession of criminal tools, possession of drug paraphernalia, aggravated possession of drugs and possession of heroin.

¯ Scott L. Carpenter, of 415 ¢ Third St., Marietta, for domestic violence.

¯ John L. Claggett, of 223 Fourth St., Beverly, for domestic violence.

¯ Scott E. Collins, of 3180 Tieber Road, Stockport, for burglary.

¯ Joshua E. Marcum, of 108 Riley Drive, Apt. 3, Marietta, for illegal manufacturing of drugs and illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs.

¯ Eric. R. Neff, of 240 Walnut St., Whipple, for illegal manufacture of drugs and illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs.

¯Derek J. Vanhorn, of 554 Sand Ridge Road, Waterford, for felonious assault.

¯ Morgan Wynn, of 115 N. Hart St., Apt. 4, Marietta, for aggravated trafficking in drugs, failure to comply with order signal of police officer and aggravated trafficking in drugs.

Arrests/Washington County

The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:

¯ Caleb Josiah Jones, 28, of 2323 Gnats Run Road, Pennsboro, W.Va., was arrested Saturday for disorderly conduct and criminal trespass, both misdemeanors.

¯ Thomas Ogle Davis, Sr., 36, of 54540 State Route 60 North, Beverly, was arrested Sunday for driving under suspension, a misdemeanor.

¯ Clyde Anthony Taylor, 48, of 3622 6th Ave., Parkersburg, was arrested Sunday for driving under suspension and expired registration, both misdemeanors.

¯ Terry Mitchell Gibson, Jr., 37, homeless, was arrested Sunday for one count of drugs possession, a felony, two counts of drugs possession, drug paraphernalia and theft, all misdemeanors.

¯ James Matthew Bunner, 35, of 1664 Thompson Ridge Road, Athens, was arrested Monday for drug possession, a felony, obstructing official business, drug paraphernalia, fictitious plates, driving under suspension and no turn signals, all misdemeanors.