Randall C. Wilson, 56 and homeless, was arrested Thursday at 103 Linwood Ave. for public indecency, criminal trespass, possession of marijuana, open container and disorderly conduct by intoxication.
Skyler M. Paul, 21, of 1314 Glendale Road, was arrested Friday for obstructing official business, reckless operation, and failure to wear a seatbelt.
Kyle C. Morrison, 18, of 501 32nd St., Parkersburg, was arrested Sunday in the 100 block of Phillips Street for possession of crack cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Lindsey M. Tornes, 24, of 1160 Hadley Hollow Road, was arrested Sunday in the 100 block of Phillips Street for possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia, reckless operation and driving under suspension.
Rick D. Terrell, 45, of 836 Pike St. Apt. 21, was arrested Sunday at Walmart for criminal trespass and was taken to jail.
Amanda A. Wallace, 20, of 231 Faye Ave., was arrested Monday in a wooded area behind 213 Faye Ave. on a warrant for violating her probation and for obstructing official business. Wallace had fled out of a window of her residence after hiding inside from police. K-9 Ajax tracked Wallace to the wooded area where she was found partially hidden in thick brush. Also arrested was Larry "Petey" Thompson Jr., 31, of 231 Faye Ave., who fled out the same window as Wallace but was apprehended soon after. Thompson was arrested on two warrants for failure to appear.
Jon E. Bettinger, 48, of 2509 Valley View Drive, Belpre, reported July 1 that at some point during the past three weeks an unknown suspect(s) stole items from his vacant property at 2348 Tick Ridge Road, Vincent. Stolen from a storage building were a welder, welding leads, an antique air compressor and a chainsaw. Bettinger said the suspect(s) also stole a lawn mower engine, a car battery from an old Plymouth sedan and tires and rims from a 1980 Chevy pickup truck. The total value of the stolen items is approximately $3,500.
Gregory L. Swisher, 44, of 1185 Joe Skinner Road, Belpre, reported Thursday that he recently discovered a large number of professional carpentry tools were stolen from his detached garage. Swisher estimates the tools were worth $6,400.
A Devola resident reported Thursday that she was walking behind Putnam Elementary School at 598 Masonic Park Road, Marietta, when she noticed a broken window. It is unclear how the window was broken, but a maintenance worker said it could be accidental due to the window's proximity to the basketball court.
Thelma J. Stewart, 71, of 270 McCormick Hill Road, New Matamoras, reported Friday that at some time during the day an unknown suspect stole approximately 100 oxycodone pills from her purse.