Marietta police reports
• Officers were dispatched to the Marathon station at 498 Pike St. on June 13 in reference to two suspicious subjects in a parked car, possibly under the influence of drugs or alcohol. They were identified as Brett J. Edwards, of 165 Cornerstone Drive, and Jennifer V. Sample, of 506 Caroline Ave., Williamstown. Edwards was on probation and his supervising officer searched the vehicle. Both were charged with possessing drug abuse instruments after syringes were found. Edwards was also charged with tampering with evidence.
• Officers were dispatched to 127 Gilman Ave. on June 13 in reference to a possible DOA. An 81-year-old woman was found to be deceased. No foul play is suspected.
• Officers responded to Rink’s Flea Market at 404 Ft. Harmar Drive on Friday in reference to a DOA. The Marietta Fire EMS pronounced dead an 87-year-old man who collapsed while setting up his booth. No foul play is suspected.
• An officer was dispatched to Walmart, 804 Pike St., on Friday in reference to a man wandering through the parking lot toward customer’s open car doors. It was learned that Chase Dominick West, of 102 Elm St., Beverly, was under the influence of marijuana and possible other illegal drugs when he shoplifted from the store. He was charged with theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct by intoxication.
• An officer responded to 409 E. Montgomery St. Sunday in reference to a breaking and entering. Gary W. Crislip said sometime overnight someone made entry into the locked building and stole several items.
• An officer was dispatched to 270 Ridgewood Court, Apt. 1, on Monday for a possible domestic violence incident. Aaron Dunn, of that address, was charged with domestic violence.
• Employees of BP Soft Cloth Carwash, 348 Pike St., reported Monday tampering of coin machines. Two machines had been pried open and money taken. This case remains under investigation.
•Officers responded to Comfort Inn and Suites, 202 Cherry Tree Lane, on Monday on a tip about a possible temporary protection order violation. They observed Derek Douglas Oldfield, of 713 Ninth St., in a room with the petitioner. He was arrested for felony violation of a protection order. On Tuesday, officers learned he was contacting the woman while in jail. Additional charges will be filed.
• On Friday, probation officers arrested Corey Adams, of 202 Sacra Via St., on an active warrant. While being transported to jail, Adams requested and made a phone call that ended with him yelling at a woman. It was found that the person he called had an active protection order against him. A violation of a protection order charge will be filed.
• Shell gas station, 277 Muskingum Drive, reported the theft of gasoline on Tuesday. This case remains under investigation.