Marietta police/sheriff’s reports
• Officers took a report Dec. 31 of a sexual imposition. This case remains under investigation.
• Helen Tewkesbury, of 315 Muskingum Drive, reported Dec. 31 that Nathan Tewkesbury, of 521 Barclay St., Lot 15, Belpre, had entered the residence and was not allowed on the property. Nathan Tewkesbury was advised that if he returned he would be charged with criminal trespass. Later that day, he returned to the residence and was arrested for criminal trespass.
• An employee of Washington County Children Services reported a sex crime on Dec. 31. This case remains under investigation.
•Alisha J. O’Connor, of 200 Vanbergen Ave., reported Jan. 1 the theft of a car trailer. This case remains under investigation.
• Melissa L. Haessly, of 100 Putnam St., reported Thursday that between midnight and 2:30 a.m. someone broke into her apartment and took property. This case remains under investigation.
• Officers were dispatched to 300 Alderman St. Unit 008 on Thursday in reference to a disturbance. Through investigation it was found that William Thomas had struck Crystal Thomas. William was arrested for domestic violence. While being walked to the cruiser, he began to resist and throw himself backwards at officers. He was also charged with resisting arrest and obstructing official business.
• On Friday, an officer was dispatched to 120 Ward St. in reference to misuse of a credit card. Melissa Martin advised that a man known to her had taken a debit card belonging to Shane Hardie of Lower Salem. This case remains under investigation.
• An officer responded to 105 Leland Ave. on Friday in reference to a possible overdose. Randall Forinash was found on the floor of the living room with a hypodermic needle sticking out of his pocket. Several other needles were found on him, along with a glass smoking pipe. Forinash was transported by squad to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment and charges will be filed for possesion of drug instruments and paraphernalia.
• An officer was dispatched to the area of the Williamstown Bridge and Greene Street in reference to a woman flailing her arms and walking out in traffic. The woman was located in the 100 block of Pike Street where she walked out in the roadway near East of Chicago. She was identified as Vickie M. Thompson, of 300 Starlite Drive, Lot 26. After multiple attempts to get Thompson to calm down, she was arrested for disorderly conduct cease and desist and resisting arrest.
• On Sunday, officers responded to 276 Ridgewood Court Apartments for a report of Joey Dean Thomas, of 127 Dunsinane Drive, Parkersburg, being on the property and causing a disturbance. Thomas had already been issued a cease and desist warning on this date. While attempting to take him into custody, he resisted. He was eventually placed under arrest and taken to jail. He was charged with disorderly conduct cease and desist and resisting arrest.
• Officers were dispatched to 148 Warner St. on Sunday in reference to a domestic disturbance. Through investigation it was found that James O’Brien had struck Arlyn Munoz twice. He was arrested for domestic violence.
• Jewel A. Walters, of 137 Warner St., reported Sunday that a car was kept longer than was agreed upon. The vehicle was later returned and it was found that no crime was committed.
• A deputy began an investigation Thursday in reference to a violation of a protection order. This case remains under investigation.
• Karen Davis reported Thursday receiving a collect call from the Washington County Jail from Kenneth Holbert. A protection order is currently in place through Marietta Municipal Court. Verification was made through Municipal Court and Kenneth Dewayne Holbert, 40, of 137 Brandy Drive, Marietta, was placed under arrest for violating a protection order.
• A deputy began an investigation Thursday in Barlow Township in reference to a theft from the victim’s bank account. This case remains under investigation.
• A deputy began an investigation Friday in Warren Township in reference to missing mail. This case remains under investigation.
• A deputy began an investigation Friday in reference to a violation of a protection order. In speaking with all parties involved it was determined to be unfounded.
• Blaine Lamp, of New Matamoras, reported Friday that a 400 EX Honda four-wheeler, older bicycle and mountain bike was stolen from the property. This case remains under investigation.
• A deputy responded to 555 Dodd Run Road, Marietta, Friday and met with Larry and Kathy Haught. The Haughts heard excessive noise outside and upon exiting the residence observed their son, Larry Haught Jr., exit his residence yelling profanities at his father. Larry Haught Jr. punched his father in the face. Larry Haught Jr. fled the scene and was not located. A warrant is being requested for the arrest of Larry Dale Haught Jr., 38, of 565 Dodd Run Road, Marietta, on a charge of domestic violence.
• A deputy responded to Waterford Township on Saturday in reference to a vehicle being stolen. The vehicle belonging to Aron Sells and he had allowed an individual to drive the vehicle and it was parked at their residence in Beverly. Joshua Martin was present at the residence throughout the night and information was received that Martin had taken the vehicle and was driving it. Martin stated he knew nothing about the vehicle. A warrant will be issued for Joshua Don Martin, 38, of 209 Pennock Drive, Lot 39, Beverly, on a charge of obstructing official business.
• Deputies responded to 317 Third St., Beverly, on Sunday for a domestic dispute. Zachary Wriston identified himself and stated he had been having trouble with his brother, Zale Reed. Wriston admitted to officers that he had hit Reed multiple times with his fist. Zachary Ray Wriston, 24, was placed under arrest on a charge of domestic violence.
•Shirley Gregor, of 27335 State Route 7 Lot 13, Marietta, reported Sunday that Randy Clevenger was tearing up her home. A deputy located Clevenger driving on Ohio 7 and a traffic stop was conducted. Clevenger was found to be driving on a suspended license. The deputy then observed a bedroom where Clevenger had stayed which had been damaged. Gregor reported that Clevenger also threatened to harm her son. Gregor stated earlier she had heard items being broken while Clevenger was in the bedroom. Randy Joe Clevenger, 31, was placed under arrest and charged with aggravated menacing and criminal damaging and transported to the Washington County Jail. A citation was also issued to Clevenger for driving under suspension.
• On Sunday, Tammy Martin, of New Matamoras, reported a break-in at the property she rents, with items removed.
• Deputies were dispatched Sunday to meet with Melidi Humphrey in reference to a domestic dispute. Humphrey stated she and her boyfriend, Samuel Hartshorn, were in a verbal altercation. In speaking with Hartshorn, it was determined that the two had been involved in a physical altercation. Samuel Abraham Hartshorn, 40, of 180 Cornerville Road, Reno, was placed under arrest and charged with domestic violence.
• Richard Gaskins, of Pleasant Ridge Road, Marietta, reported a stolen 1996 Jeep Cherokee on Sunday. This case remains under investigation.
• Deputies responded to 2195 Layman Road, Vincent, on Sunday in reference a fight between Destry Todd and Darries Smith. Smith called to advise that Todd assaulted him and was destroying furniture. Another call was reported to dispatch at this same location. Upon the deputies trying to investigate the reports, Todd was intoxicated and hindering the investigation. Todd was advised to cease his actions and language, however, refused. Destry S. Todd, 28, was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct. Todd was transported to the Washington County Jail where he tested .20 BAC on the PBT.
• A deputy began an investigation Monday in Waterford Township in reference to a possible domestic incident. In speaking with all parties involved it was determined to be unfounded.
• On Monday, a deputy met with Gary Boggs, of Pleasant Ridge Road, Marietta, in reference to an air compressor that had been stolen. This case remains under investigation.
• A deputy responded to 8770 County Road Nine, Marietta, on Monday to a 911 call. Michelle McIlvain stated she had been assaulted by Matthew C. Friend. McIlvain said Friend took leftovers outside and dumped them and returned inside and threw the pan at her head. Friend then approached McIlvain and rubbed a piece of toast in her face. McIlvain got up to clean up and she and Friend came face to face at which time Friend punched her in the face. McIlvain then threw a punch at Friend. McIlvain’s glasses were broken during the altercation and she received a swollen lip and marks to her face. Matthew Clayton Friend, 49, of 4770 County Nine Road, Marietta, was placed under arrest on a charge of domestic violence.
• A deputy began an investigation Tuesday in Aurelius Township in reference to a possible domestic incident. In speaking with all parties involved it was determined to be unfounded.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
• Joel Patrick Bartimus, 24, of 5055 Westland Road, Stockport, was arrested for fictitious plates, a misdemeanor.
• Adrianna L Smith, 28, of 98 Boaz Garden Drive, Apt. 37, Williamstown, was arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol/drugs, contempt of court, no seat belt, right of way at stop/yield sign and driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs >.10 percent, all misdemeanors.
• Uriah Gregg, 21, of 9560 Crews Lane, Chesterhill, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.
• Gary Dean Beagle Jr., 34, of 1208 Park Ave., New Matamoras, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.
• Matthew Clayton Friend, 49, of 4770 County Nine Road, Marietta, was arrested for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.