Aaron R. Fulton, 28, of 600 Ullman St., Beverly, was arrested Friday on the Marietta College campus on a warrant for a theft at Walmart.
Robert J. Wittekind, 56, was arrested Saturday at 202 Faye Ave. for disorderly conduct by intoxication.
Ellie J. Barnhart, 26, of 242 Pennsylvania Ave. Apt. 5, was arrested Monday at 331 Muskingum Drive for assault and later released on a personal recognizance bond.
Brian L Quillen, 48, of 440 Briarwood Drive, Columbus, was arrested Monday on a Marietta Municipal Court warrant for driving under suspension.
Dallas W. Farnsworth, 41, address unknown, was arrested Tuesday at the River City Boathouse for disorderly conduct by intoxication, resisting arrest, possession of marijuana and trespass.
An employee of Marietta Memorial Hospital reported Tuesday a possible theft of a computer monitor valued at $250.
Carol S. Robinson, 44, of 419 Main St., Waterford, reported Friday that an acquaintance who visited her home earlier in the evening may have stolen her recently-filled prescription of oxycodone. Robinson declined to pursue the matter further.
A deputy requested a warrant Saturday for Cyril C. Pletcher III, 35, of 920 Schott Road, Waterford, for unauthorized use of a vehicle. Pletcher's father loaned him a truck on Aug. 8, and he has ignored his father's repeated requests to return the vehicle.
John D. O'Brien Jr., 32, of 27335 State Route 7 Lot 1, Marietta, was cited Saturday for driving under a suspended license and for operating a vehicle with expired license plates.
Alexis M. Madary, 36, of 4220 Welch Road, Little Hocking, was cited Saturday for driving under a suspended license and for operating a vehicle with expired plates.
A deputy and the Barlow Fire Department responded Saturday to a tractor fire on the property of Mayford Miller, 56, at 1114 Walsh Road, Vincent. Miller borrowed the tractor from a neighbor to mow his property and it began to overheat when briefly left unattended. The fire was quickly extinguished with water and a fire extinguisher. The tractor sustained severe damage.
Tonda M. Hockenberry, 46, of 197 Fourth St., Lowell, reported Saturday that an acquaintance who is living at a residence she owns at 48 Hollywood Drive, Belpre, sold a number of items from an old church on the property without permission. The suspect reportedly sold 12 pews, four chairs, a piano stool and a sewing machine.
Nissa Keagy, 46, of 2460 Pleasant Ridge Road, Marietta, reported Saturday that she and her live-in boyfriend were both incarcerated between Aug. 14 and 15 and during that timeframe an unknown suspect(s) entered her home. Keagy stated the suspect(s) stole a .223 rifle, two bank cards, two sets of socket wrenches, jewelry, a box of coins from the 1850s and a chainsaw.
Kathryn K. Mugrage, 64, of 110 Oak Drive, Little Hocking, reported Sunday that sometime overnight her 2004 Ford Taurus was stolen from her son's residence on Michaelis Road. The vehicle was later found wrecked and abandoned near mile marker 20.5 on Ohio 550.
Brandon M. Boling, 30, of 24 Meadowbrook Acres, Parkersburg, was cited Sunday for driving under a suspended license.
The Devola Fire Department transported a 19-year-old Lowell resident to Marietta Memorial Hospital Sunday for treatment to a self-inflicted cut on top of his left wrist. The teenager said he had been suffering from anxiety and depression and decided to cut himself. The teenager said he did not intend to seriously injure himself and that he did not have any wishes to die.
Joel A. Snyder, 29, of 4753 State Route 339, Vincent, was arrested Sunday for disorderly conduct by intoxication. After being kicked out of a bar in Parkersburg, Snyder was walking to a friend's home in Belpre when he was reportedly observed walking in and out of the roadway. Outside his friend's home on Beach Drive, Snyder began making suicidal statements. At the Washington County Jail, Snyder tested .134 percent blood alcohol content.
A 14-year-old Bartlett resident reported Sunday he was assaulted by an unknown male at the Waterford Fair. The assailant reportedly punched him in the face for no reason and knocked him to the ground. A deputy is attempting to identify the suspect.
Jessalin Carpenter, 18, of 360 Mechanic St., Macksburg, reported Monday she was involved in a domestic dispute with her brother, Jacob, 20. During an argument over his girlfriend, Jacob yelled at his sister and threw a sandal, sunglasses and a tablecloth at her. At one point, Jacob held up his fist like he was going to hit his sister and made a comment about killing her. A deputy requested a warrant for Jacob for domestic violence.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
Anthony J. Spurgeon, 29, of 505 Ferguson St., Marietta, was arrested Friday for a felony charge of trafficking in drugs and misdemeanor charges of child endangering, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Darrel D. Lawrence, 23, of 503 Ferguson St., Marietta, was arrested Friday for a felony charge of violating the terms of his probation and misdemeanor charges of possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.