Marietta police reports


• Sheryl A. Covey, of Belmont, W.Va., reported Dec. 18 that her credit card was stolen in West Virginia and used in Ohio. After further investigation it was learned that an unknown woman used the card at multiple locations in Marietta for a total of $347.07.

• On Dec. 18, the probation department advised an officer that the day before they had searched the house of a probationer and found drugs in a backpack belonging to a male at that residence. The case remains under investigation.

• An officer was dispatched to 111 W. Montgomery St., Lot 10, on Dec. 18 in reference to a possible breaking and entering. An officer made contact with Ashley Moore, of 209 Masonic Park Road, who used to live at that location and located a vehicle that Moore had possesion of that had been reported stolen. Moore was arrested. Upon further investigation it was determined that Moore had permission to take the vehicle but had not returned it in a timely manner. Moore was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

• On Wednesday, police received a complaint about a person making threats following an argument between acquaintances at a Wayne Street residence. After investigation, no criminal charges could be substantiated.

• Tractor Supply, 100 Cherry Tree Lane, reported Wednesday that a trailer had been stolen from the side of the building.

• During a traffic stop Wednesday in the 100 block of N. Hart Street the officer detected a strong odor of marijuana from inside the vehicle. A passenger, Tristan Lincoln, of 703 Quarry St., was cited for drug abuse. The driver, Seth Radabaugh, of 509 Tupper St., was cited for drug abuse and drug paraphernalia.

• Marietta Police are investigating an incident that occurred in the Indian Acres parking lot Friday. A 17-year-old boy was allegedly attacked by a 15-year-old boy who broke out the car window of the older boy. The 17-year-old suffered a laceration to his his neck more consistent with being cut with a sharp object than from the broken glass. However, witnesses cannot substantiate a weapon was brandished or used. The victim was treated and released for the wound. Detectives have interviewed witnesses and the suspect. No charges have yet been filed as this case remains under investigation.