• A deputy responded to 1023 Third St., Marietta, on July 5 in reference to a postal carrier being chased by a dog that jumped the gate from this residence. Three dogs owned by Russell Burkhammer were photographed for identification purposes. Burkhammer was advised of the incident and said he was gone from the residence for a short time, around the time this occurred, and left the dogs gated on the porch. The deputy will be requesting a summons be issued to Russell Burkhammer, 45, for failing to restrain his dog.
• A deputy responded to Pennock Drive, Beverly on July 20 and observed two dogs owned by Christopher Moore and Courtney Brown tied up on the property. The deputy found these dogs had not been registered. The dogs were transported to the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley. A summons is being requested through Marietta Municipal Court for Christopher Moore, 42, of 301 Pennock Drive, Beverly, for failing to register the two dogs.
• On July 21, an unrestrained dog owned by Shane Hardie was inside his residence at 120 Ward St., Marietta. Hardie did not have the dog restrained, and the entry door to the residence was standing open. Hardie’s dog observed a neighbor’s Chihuahua dog running loose in another yard and chased after it. Hardie’s dog attacked and killed the Chihuahua and then carried the dog’s body off into another area. Hardie’s dog is being designated as a dangerous animal and a summons is being requested for Hardie for failing to restrain his dog.
• During a traffic stop Wednesday on U.S. 50 in Blennerhassett Township, a deputy requested assistance from the Belpre Police Department’s K-9 unit. The K-9 indicated on the passenger side of the vehicle and a search of the vehicle revealed Lucas Haynes had a small amount of marijuana. Haynes admitted the marijuana belonged to him. A summons will be requested for Haynes, of 108 Colonial Square, Apt. E, Belpre, for possession of marijuana.
• A deputy responded to Salem Township on Wednesday in reference to a missing 12 gauge Mossberg shotgun that had been left for mailing. This case remains under investigation.
• On Thursday, a deputy responded to 587 Morris Loop Road, Marietta, and upon exiting her patrol vehicle was bitten by Sheena Kidd’s unrestrained dog. The dog warden has designated this dog as a dangerous dog and a summons will be requested for Kidd for failing to restrain.
• On Thursday, a deputy was at 1154 Patten Mills Road, Cutler, to arrest Anthony T. Hill on an outstanding warrant. Hill was located and after placing Hill under arrest and conducting a pat down a pack of cigarettes was found to contain a baggie of suspected methamphetamine. Hill advised it was meth. Hill, 29, was placed under arrest for possession of drugs, a fifth-degree felony. Hill was also arrested on the warrant for criminal damaging and a warrant from Morgan County for absconding from parole.
• Hunter D. Brandt, of 585 Browns Road, Marietta, for probation violation. Original charge was driving while under the influence of alcohol/drugs.
• Deane Beck, of 111 W. Montgomery St., Marietta, for probation violation. Original charge was possession of drugs.
• Nathan J. Fields, of 601 46th St., Vienna, for failure to appear. Original charge was driving while under the influence of alcohol/drugs.
• James D. Rhodes, of 425 County House Lane, Marietta, for failure to register dogs.
• Eric D. Yancey, of 22279 McGill Road, Guysville, for probation violation. Original charge was receiving stolen property.
• Andrew Lee McCarty, of 125 Hickory St., Lower Salem, for failure to appear. Original charge was breach of recognizance.
• Aaron R. Hinkle, of 1408 Spring St., Parkersburg, for two counts of forgery.
• Stephen D. Perrine, of 122 Franklin St., Marietta, for failure to appear.
• Kristal Mullins-Manns, of 1241 Griffin Drive, Charleston, W.Va., for two counts of possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia.
• Delbert D. Cain, of 100 Simpson St., Marietta, for failure to appear.
• Lisa M. Bartlett, of 2650 Moss Run Road, Marietta, for two counts of failure to appear. Original charge was illegal manufacture of drugs.
• Ashley N. Moore, of 111 W. Montgomery St., Marietta, for failure to appear. Original charge was failure to confine or restrain a dog.
• Nathan J. Fields, of 601 46th St., Vienna, for two counts of failure to appear. Original charges were breach of recognizance and possession of drugs.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
• Ashley Jean Robinson, 34, of 240 Rosemar Heights, Parkersburg, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.
• Heather Lee Wagner, 43, of Linwood Street, Marietta, was arrested for drug paraphernalia and possession of drugs, misdemeanors.