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Marietta police/sheriff’s reports

Reports/Marietta

• Kathy A. Gary, of 619 10th St., reported a vehicle break-in on Sept. 4 with $10 stolen from the vehicle.

• An officer was dispatched to Marietta High School on Sept. 4 in reference to a student found vaping in the boy’s bathroom. Charges were sent to Washington County Juvenile Court.

• Walmart, 804 Pike St., reported a criminal trespass on Sept. 4. A store associate identified a woman who had been given a trespass warning from all Walmart properties in July from the Parkersburg Walmart. She was reminded of the warning and left the area.

• Kimberly A. Miley-Jones, of 1312 Glendale Road, reported Sept. 5 that her car was being worked on by a friend since October 2018 and she hadn’t gotten it back. The vehicle was parked in the 800 block of St. Mary’s Avenue. The friend said he had parked the vehicle and assumed the owners had come and gotten it.

• An officer was dispatched to Gator’s Easy Wind Pub on Sept. 6 in reference to a man threatening someone with a knife. The suspect was identified as Frederick Franklin Nutter, of 150 S. State Route 266 SE, McConnelsville, who was charged with aggravated menacing.

• On Saturday, an officer was dispatched to 240 Hillcrest Drive, Apt. 41, to stand by while the victim obtained property. Later that day, the victim reported that during the standby when she had gone to check if the back door was unlocked she placed her hand in a window and Aaron Huseman shut her hand in the window. A small bruise and swelling was observed. Huseman was charged with domestic violence.

• An officer was dispatched to McDonald’s, 520 Pike St., on Saturday in reference to a counterfeit $50 bill. The bill was collected and found to be marked as movie money.

• Officers were dispatched the Double L bar, 112 Front St., on Sunday in reference to a disturbance. Witnesses said a man damaged vehicles parked in the alley north of bar after an argument. Officers observed a large dent on the hood of one vehicle and antennas damaged/bent on two others.

• On Sunday, officers were dispatched to the 300 block of Front Street in reference to a subject screaming. Officers located a man and woman who both fled and were apprehended after a short chase. Andrew Robert Drayer, of 2103 McGill Road, Belpre, and Ally Brooke Biehl, of 114 Washington St., were both found to be intoxicated and Biehl was under 21. Drayer was issued a citation for disorderly conduct-public intoxication. Biehl will be receive a summons for underage consumption and obstructing official business.

• A manager at Giant Eagle reported Sunday that two $100 counterfeit bills were found in their service drawer from the previous evening. This investigation is ongoing.

• On Sunday, an officer responded to 124 N. Third St. in reference to a theft. The complainant, parking cars for the Ohio River Sternwheel Festival on behalf of Marietta High School, said they had $900 stolen when a couple asked for help finding their car. After a couple minutes, the woman said she couldn’t walk anymore and was allowed to sit in one of their lawn chairs. The money was underneath the chair and once the couple left the area, they realized the money was missing.

• An officer was dispatched to the rear of the VFW on Pike Street Monday in reference to items found in a port-a-potty that were possibly stolen. The officer found the packaging for items stolen from Kmart. The investigation is ongoing.

• Cynthia K. Myers, of 615 Montgomery St., reported Monday that while watching a friend’s residence while the friend is in jail, she left and returned to find a television damaged.

• On Monday, an officer responded to 608 Fourth St. in reference to a bicycle stolen from the front porch, along with a bicycle abandoned in the yard. Samantha Seevers was charged with receiving stolen property and drug abuse instruments.

Reports/Washington County

• On Tuesday, a deputy took a report in Independence Township in reference to numerous street signs being stolen. including stop and yield signs.

• On Sept. 4, the dog warden made contact with James Rhodes, of 425 County House Lane, Marietta, in reference to his two dogs running loose. Rhodes’ dogs were running on other neighbors’ property and in the roadway. One dog was struck by a vehicle. Rhodes confirmed his dogs had been loose and advised one did get struck by a vehicle while it was on County House Lane. Rhodes stated the dogs “usually” stay in his yard. A summons is being requested for Rhodes for failing to restrain his two dogs.

• On Sept. 4, deputies responded Arends Ridge Road, Marietta, for a report of an assault. Damion Laning stated Cassandra Daily was in his face yelling and he pushed her away, and they then began to wrestle on the floor. While on the floor Daily hit him in the private area and at that time he grabbed Daily by the neck and struck her in the face, and pulled her hair. The story given by Laning was confirmed and Daily gave a statement consistent with the one by Laning. Damion Albert Laning, 22, of 300 Arends Ridge Road, Marietta, was arrested and transported to the Washington County Jail for assault.

• A deputy began an investigation into a domestic violence incident on Sept. 6. In speaking with all parties this was determined to be unfounded.

• William Scott, of Beach Drive, Belpre, reported stolen items on Saturday. This case remains under investigation.

•Chester Wilson of Wright Road, Marietta, reported a stolen utility trailer on Saturday. This case remains under investigation.

• A deputy responded to 108 Shamrock Drive, Marietta, on Saturday in reference to Janet Butler reporting her husband, David A Butler, threatening harm. David said he and Janet were going through some things and denied wanting to hurt himself. David Allen Butler, 39, was placed under arrest for domestic violence and transported to the Washington County Jail for processing.

• Deputies were dispatched to 20125 State Route 550, Marietta, on Saturday for a disturbance. Cory Meeks was reportedly out of control and believed to be on some sort of narcotic(s). Deputies had been there earlier in the day for the same reason. Meeks was placed under arrest. Meeks denied acting disorderly during his arrest, but family members advised he had been acting out of control all day long. Cory E. Meeks, 34, was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct. Meeks was transported to the Washington County Jail.

• A deputy was dispatched to 1178 Moss Run Road, Marietta, on Saturday for a protection order violation report at the Shane Mosser residence. Mosser reported that Jennifer Mosser had just left the residence after accusing them of hacking her “cyber accounts.” Jennifer had also called and sent texts earlier, making these allegations as well as threatening harm to a female subject. The protection order was in effect through Marietta Municipal Court. Jennifer admitted to being at the residence and speaking with Shane. Jennifer denied any threats were made towards the female. Jennifer Kae Mosser, 39, was placed under arrest for violation of a protection order and aggravated menacing.

• On Saturday, the dog warden was advised that Teresa Hamrick’s dog became loose from her residence at 2357 Plum Run Road, Waterford, and went onto a neighbor’s property and made contact with a restrained dog on that property. A charge of failing to restrain her dog will be filed on Teresa M. Hamrick, 46.

• A deputy was dispatched to 585 Browns Road, Lot 5, Marietta, on Sunday to meet with Jamie Hopen. Hopen said she and her fiance, Chris F. Knox, were camping at this location. She said she was startled awake by Knox coming into the camper intoxicated, cursing at her and calling her names, and then throwing her against the wall multiple times. Knox also pulled Hopen’s hair and threw a box fan at her, striking her in the face. Hopen said Knox then fled the scene. Christopher Freemont Knox, 48, of 2007 Northwood Road, Charleston, W.Va., was located by Belpre Police and was booked into the Washington County Jail on a charge of domestic violence.

• On Sunday, a deputy was dispatched to the Beverly Lock and Dam at the request of the lock master regarding a female in the area doing jumping jacks on the tables in the park, yelling and screaming, and talking to herself. Upon arrival, the woman was gone, after being told to leave by the lock master. Elizabeth Riley Mockler, 23, was located and found to be stumbling around and falling in a ditch. Mockler continued to yell and scream when being asked to calm down and stop. Mockler was placed under arrest and transported to the Washington County Jail on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Warrants/Washington County

• Samantha Jean Burns, of Newport, failure to appear on an illegal mfg. or cultivation charge.

• Samuel Auston Scarbrough, of Bowling Green, Ky., probation violation on a possession of drugs charge.

• Hunter Triphers Piatt, of Mary Street, Belpre, failure to appear and breach of recognizance.

• Michael S. Williams, of Marietta, failure to appear on a driving under FRA suspension charge.

• Paul C. Wright, of Marietta, failure to appear.

• Patricia Ann Bonar, of Marietta, failure to appear.

• Summer Lyn Starcher, of Belpre, failure to appear on a domestic violence charge.

• Aaron M Brown, of Marietta, probation violation on charge of having physical control of a vehicle and criminal damaging.

• Stephen Wayne Caltrider, of Parkersburg, probation violation on a charge of an abusing harmful intoxicants.

• Marcus Maurice Kimbrough, of Marietta, probation violation on a theft charge.

• Brian Long, of Lower Salem, failure to appear on a driving under license forfeiture charge, two warrants.

• Waylon Franklin McCune, of Belpre, probation violation on a domestic violence charge.

• Sharon Jean Miller, of Vincent, failure to appear, operating with a motor vehicle without a valid license.

• Clayton Gene Porter, of Belpre, probation violation, two warrants.

• Summer Lyn Starcher, of Belpre, breach of recognizance, on a domestic violence charge.

• Chad Robert Dixon, of New Matamoras, failure to appear on a trafficking in drugs charge.

Arrests/Washington County

The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:

• Noble Isaac Gibson III, 39, homeless, was arrested for fugitive from justice, a misdemeanor, and attempted murder (warrant), a felony.

• Jeana Lee Christy, 37, of 10 Brown Road, Marietta, was arrested for failure to appear and fugitive from justice, both misdemeanors.

• Sabrina Dawn Seevers, 39, of 1321 39th St., Parkersburg, was arrested for falsification, illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under suspension, all misdemeanors.

• Kyle Morgan Bigler, 22, of 3332 E. Dupont Ave., Shrewsbury, W.Va., was arrested for obstructing official business, driving under suspension and fictitious plates, all misdemeanors.

• Aaron Travis Sedwick, 31, of 16551 Niggemyer Road, Guysville, was arrested for contempt of court, a misdemeanor, and breach of recognizance, a felony.

• Matthew Robert Moyers, 42, of 359 Watertown Road, Waterford, was arrested for probation violation, a felony.

• Felicia Jane Goff, 36, of 22 Oak St., Parkersburg, was arrested for contempt of court, a felony.

• Sahquille C Moultry, 26, of 3710 Eakin Road, Columbus, was arrested for two warrants for contempt of court, both felonies.

• Robert Jonathan Huffman, 38, of 797 Channel Lane, Marietta, was arrested for obstructing official business, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, all misdemeanors.

• Dacoda Thomas Wilson, 24,of 223 Greene St., Apt. 5, Marietta, was arrested for criminal mischief, Athens County warrant.

• Randall Wayne Delancey, 55, of 200 Pennock Drive, #12, Beverly, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.

• Robert Matthew Parrish, 43, of 76 Hazelwood Road, Marietta, was arrested for probation violation, a felony.

• Tricia Ann Martin, 34, of 708 Front St., #19, Marietta, was arrested for contempt of court, a felony.

• Darren Allen Petty, 32, of 211 Pickering St., Parkersburg, was arrested for two charges of contempt of court, both felonies.

• Erick Ryan Jenkins, 32, of 108 Pine Drive, Little Hocking, was arrested for contempt of court, a felony.

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