Marietta police/sheriff’s reports
• Marietta High School reported on Jan. 29 that juvenile students were found to be using marijuana. An investigation is ongoing.
• During a traffic stop Jan. 30 on Second Street a search revealed a substance suspected to be methamphetamine. Kenneth Holbert, of 407 Lord St., was arrested on drug possession charges.
• During a traffic stop Jan. 30 contact was made with the four occupants in the vehicle, including Leroy Junior Clark. A search revealed a methamphetamine smoking pipe in Clark’s jacket and a backpack with a hypodermic needle. Clark was also found to have three active warrants.
•An officer responded to a domestic disturbance Friday at 1107 Colonial Drive. Upon arrival, one party had already left.
• On Friday, an officer was dispatched to Butler and Front streets in reference to a person inhaling duster on the sidewalk. Stephen Wayne Caltrider, homeless, was arrested for abusing harmful intoxicants and transported to the Washington County Jail.
• Nathaniel J. Slaubaugh, of 1421 Lancaster St., reported Sunday that he had been out with three friends and while coming home a passenger attacked him and scratched his face numerous times. This case remains under investigation.
• Officers responded to 433 Second St. on Sunday in reference to a possible drunk driver. A vehicle was seen being operated recklessly in a private lot. A male and female then entered the vehicle, which exited the lot into the 100 block of Wooster Street. An officer observed the vehicle accelerate rapidly and spin sideways. A traffic stop was initiated and the officer observed the occupants switch seating positions. Eric Luke, of 115 Muskingum Drive, was arrested for OVI, obstruction and driving under suspension. Cheyenne Milligan, of 1110 Moody Ridge Road, Vincent, was arrested for obstruction and driving under suspension.
• During a traffic stop Monday, a search revealed methamphetamine, a syringe and meth smoking pipe. Shane Salyers, of 17 millbrook Drive, Parkersburg, and Joel Johnson, of 814 Warren St., were arrested and charged.
•The manager of Cresent McDonald Supply, 1100 Greene St., reported Monday that a bad check was received on Oct. 26. They attempted notification but the suspect had not made good on the check.
• A deputy was dispatched Tuesday to a possible domestic incident in Marietta Township. In speaking with all parties it was determined to be unfounded.
• On Tuesday, the dog warden filed charges for failure to register a dog against Jacob Fletcher, of 1206 County House Lane, Apt. C, Marietta. In December, the dog warden met with Fletcher regarding his German Shepherd, advising that the dog needed to be registered by Jan. 31. Fletcher became agitated, stating he was told by a trainer that he did not have to register the dog and also saying the dog was a certified service dog, helping someone with epilepsy. On Feb. 5, after checking with the auditor’s office, the dog warden was advised that Fletcher had not registered the dog. Fletcher was advised that a summons would be issued for him for failing to register the dog.
• Zachary Ryan Hanson, of 2295 Odessa Drive, Zanesville, probation violation.
• Phillip Dale West, of 50510 State Route 7, New Matamoras, failure to appear on an abusing harmful intoxicants charge.
• Timothy Francis Eugene Blake, of 8439 Eston Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla., failure to appear on a nonsupport of dependents case and failure to appear on a driving while under the influence of alcohol/drugs charge.
• Michael Douglas Kenney Jr., of 2605 Keffer Road, Stockport, theft by deception.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
• Justice Raine Mayle, 19, of 3440 Market St., Stockport, was arrested for probation violation.
• William James McElfresh, 40, of 16727 Maple Ave., Caldwell, was arrested for breach of recognizance and two counts of possessing drug abuse instruments, all misdemeanors.
• Connie Sue Barton, 42, of 814 Clifton St., Marietta, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.
• Stephen Paul Garner Jr., 25, of 1210 Broadway Ave., Parkersburg, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.