Marietta police reports


• An officer was dispatched to 119 Hart St. Apt. 10 on June 25 in reference to an unruly juvenile complaint. Children Services was called and provided assistance to the family.

• Jean A. Myers, of 105 Gilman Ave., reported June 25 that her bicycle had been stolen from her residence and located behind another lot, spray painted and damaged. Robert Edward Carpenter, of 105 Gilman Ave., Lot 2, was arrested for theft and criminal damaging.

• On June 25, officers responded to assist other agencies with a pursuit toward Marietta on Ohio 7. The car crashed into the hillside opposite the Ohio 7 exit for Virginia Street. The driver, Robert Harlan Bailey, 61, was transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital and charged by the Belpre Police Department for the pursuit and resisting arrest and by the Ohio State Highway Patrol for the crash.

• Jennifer E. Kennedy, of 304 Warren St., reported Thursday that she had noticed jewelry missing during a remodel of the property. This case remains under investigation.

• On June 26, officers were dispatched to the Kroger parking lot in reference to a man slumped over the wheel in a car. An officer observed an uncapped syringe in the man’s lap. The suspect admitted to shooting up heroin and was transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital. A summons is being requested for James C. Bailey, of 96 Acme St., Apt. 1, for drug abuse instruments.

• During a traffic stop Thursday in the 300 block of N. Seventh Street the passenger, Charles Fox II, of 104 Washington St., was found in possession of drug paraphernalia and drug abuse instruments and was arrested.

• Officers were dispatched to a domestic violence incident involving a father and a juvenile Thursday at 305 Harmar St. It was learned the juvenile pushed his father down onto the ground. Minor injuries were observed and documented. Domestic violence charges will be processed through juvenile court.

• An officer stopped a vehicle in the 300 block of Phillips Street Thursday in reference to a road rage incident. During the stop, Christopher Maas, of 422 Sixth St., Lowell, was arrested for drug abuse meth, drug paraphernalia, drug abuse marijuana and aggravated menacing.

• Officers were dispatched to 286 Ridgewood Court Apartments Thursday in reference to an unruly juvenile. The juvenile was screaming and cursing and would not listen to officer commands. The juvenile has pending charges in juvenile court.

• Ohio Valley Cab and Delivery reported Friday that a fake $100 bill was passed.

•An officer responded to 400 N. Seventh St. Friday in reference to a protection order violation. Keith Huff, of 127 State Route 821, was arrested.

• Barbara L. Keller, of Largo, Fla., reported Friday the theft of a computer from her room at the Red Roof Inn, 702 Pike St. She said her laptop was in the room when she and her husband left the door open to return to their vehicle for 10 to 15 minutes. An unknown person entered the room and stole the computer bag during that time.

• An officer responded to Marietta Memorial Hospital Saturday in reference to a combative patient. George Lane, of 731 Taylor St., Dayton, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

• On Saturday, an officer spoke with a subject who turned in money she found at Aldi’s.

• On Saturday, an officer spoke with someone who found a bike behind her house at 121 Woodland Ave. The bike was entered into evidence.

• An officer investigated a domestic violence incident Saturday at 129 Muskingum Drive. Jeffrey Dean Worstell was arrested for domestic violence.

• Officers were dispatched to 408 Marion St. Monday for a report of the theft of a motor vehicle.

• An officer was dispatched to the 200 block of Putnam Street Monday where a man was seen going through a purse and then discarding the purse in the alley. The owner was identified and it was determined that a firearm was missing from the purse.

• On Monday, an officer was dispatched to 608 Wooster St. in reference to an unruly/runaway juvenile. The juvenile was located in Williamstown and will have pending charges for being an unruly juvenile.

• An officer responded to 129 Muskingum Drive on Monday in reference to a protection order violation in place against Jeffrey Worstell. One of the conditions is that he is not to turn off any utilities to the residence. The officer learned that Worstell made a call from the Washington County Jail to his mother requesting that she contact the power company and have electricity shut off. He is being charged with violating a protection order.