¯ Sherry L. Dodd, of 113 Muskingum Drive, reported May 22 that her son had not gone to school that day and had cursed at her on the phone. Incidents like this had also happened in the past. The boy will be summoned into juvenile court on an unruly juvenile charge.

¯ Officers were dispatched to 731 Glendale Road on May 23 in reference to a suicide by hanging.

¯ CVS Pharmacy, 131 N. Third St., reported a theft Thursday. Investigation revealed that Jesse S. Books and Amy Books, last known address 122 Harmar St., both stole from the store. Both will be charged with theft.

¯ On Thursday, the fire alarm at Marietta Middle School went off. The fire department responded and investigated. It was learned that a student had pulled the alarm.

¯ While at McDonald’s, 729 Glendale Road, an officer learned Thursday of a Marietta Middle School student who had stolen master locks on her person. One box with a lock was recovered and the remaining boxes were found. The parent was contacted and recovered the remainder of the locks. Charges are forthcoming.

¯ Marietta Middle School reported an assault Friday in which a student struck a teacher in the jaw with his fist while in the classroom. The student was suspended out of school for the remainder of the year. Charges are pending.

¯ John C. Daniels, of 708 Front St. Apt. 22, reported the theft of a check on Friday. The case remains under investigation.

¯ On Friday, an officer received a complaint of a sexual assault of a child by a family member. Detectives are handling the case.

¯ Morrison Inc., 410 Colegate Drive, reported a stolen vehicle on Friday that was taken from their lot.

¯ Walmart, 804 Pike St., reported a theft on Friday. Jared P. Irvin, of 123 Fred Smith Road, New Matamoras, was charged with theft.

¯ The Basilica of St. Mary of the Assumption reported a theft of tools on Saturday. This case remains under investigation.

¯ On Saturday, police responded to Montgomery Street in reference to a Marietta man who had contacted the Blue Grass Army Depot in Richmond, Ky. A federal officer advised that the man had requested a humvee, rifle and ammunition so he could shoot people he believed did not belong in American and fix military towers. He was taken into protective custody and transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital for a mental evaluation.

¯ On Sunday, officers responded to shots being fired in the 300 block of Lancaster Street. Austin L. Lightfritz was later arrested for the attempted murder of Michael P. Kelley, of Columbus. Hanah E. Clark was arrested for obstructing official business.

¯ Michael S. Wagner, of 115 Brentwood St., reported Sunday that someone had used his Paypal account without permission to order a television. The subject then picked up the merchandise and wasn’t able to be located. This case remains under investigation.

¯ Ronald D. Welch, of 122 Harmar St., reported that he was assaulted Monday. Welch said Amy Books and her mother were in an argument at the residence and when he asked Books to leave, she threw a glass mug, striking him in the face and causing injury. A warrant will be requested for Amy Books for assault.

Reports/Washington County

¯ David Yoho, of 1368 Cave Hill Road, Little Hocking, reported a Stihl chainsaw, stolen on Thursday.

¯ On Friday, the dog warden received a complaint advising dogs belonging to Roxane Spicer and Cyril Pletcher were running loose. Spicer and Pletcher reside at 112 Mill St., Waterford. The dogs were running onto neighboring property while they were loose. A summons is being requested for Roxane Spicer, 39, and Cyril Clifford Pletcher III, 38, for failing to restrain their dogs.

¯ A deputy responded to the Lowell Duke and Duchess on Friday for a report of domestic violence which occurred at 12090 State Route 60, Lowell. The deputy was advised that Frederick Schultheis came running outside yelling at Rocky A. Huck. Schultheis poked Huck in the chest and slapped his face. Schultheis also advised Huck he would get a gun and shoot him. Schultheis also took a 2–4 and struck Huck’s motorcycle. Huck then left the area. Schultheis was not immediately located however reported later that Rocky Huck came out his home and was asked to leave, which he did not immediately do and an argument ensued. Schultheis denied any threats. Frederick W. Schultheis, 55, of 12090 State Route 60, Lowell, was placed under arrest for domestic violence.

Arrests/Washington County

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

¯ David Lee Slagle Jr., 36, of 4869 Rainbow Road, Apt. 2, Lowell, was arrested for receiving stolen property, a misdemeanor, possession of drugs, identity fraud, misuse of credit card, all felonies.

¯ Frederick Wayne Schultheis, 55, of 12090 State Route 60, Lowell, was arrested for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.

¯ Robert Wayne Maule, 37, of 391 Adams Store Extension, Crofton, Ky., was arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol and left of center, misdemeanors, and improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, a felony.

¯ Austin Leroy Lightfritz, 19, of 630 Pearl St., Marietta, was arrested for attempted murder, felony.

¯ Makayla C. McAtee, 21, of 225 ¢ Sheldon Ave., Marietta, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.

¯ Christopher Stephen McAvena, 21, of 207 Scammel St., Marietta, was arrested for theft, theft without consent, and receiving stolen property, felonies, and menacing and contempt of court, misdemeanors.

¯ Cory Michael Hooper, 28, of 110 Indian Run Road, Marietta, was arrested for fictitious plates, a misdemeanor.

¯ Brian Keith Edgar, 31, of 445 Goss Fork Road, Whipple, was arrested for three counts of probation violation and obstructing official business, misdemeanors.

¯ Joseph Scott Antill, 41, homeless, was arrested for obstructing, a misdemeanor, and possession of drugs, a felony.

¯ Devon Allen Leasure, 22, of 515 Scotts Ridge Road, Whipple, was arrested for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.

¯ John Jacob Matthews, 45, of 1015 25th St., Parkersburg, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.

¯ Larry Clark Shaffer, 49, of 24 South Gate Park 3, Lot 15, Reno, was arrested for domestic violence, a felony.