Marietta police/sheriff’s reports
• The Washington County Fair Board reported Dec. 3 that there had been a breaking and entering, with a door damaged on a building at the fairgrounds.
• On Dec. 2, officers responded to a house fire at 725 Eighth St, along with the Marietta Fire Department. There were no injuries.
• An officer was dispatched to the 700 block of Greene Street on Dec. 3 in reference to a juvenile in distress. His mother showed the officer writings about the boy harming himself. He was transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital for evaluation.
• Uriah M. Hill, of 702 Eighth St., reported a theft on Dec. 4.
• Bridgeport Equipment, 15 Acme St., reported a theft on Dec. 4. Video surveillance showed that on Nov. 30 a man took a knife from a box, concealed it and left the store with it.
• Bridgeport Equipment reported a theft on Dec. 4. Staff said that on Dec. 1 a man left the store without paying for a wallet.
• The school resource officer at Marietta High School investigated a juvenile complaint involving vaping and drug paraphernalia on Thursday. Charges are pending.
• Bridgeport Equipment reported a theft on Thursday. It was discovered that Michael Milliron stole a machete. He was arrested for theft.
• An officer recovered an abandoned bicycle Thursday in the 800 block of Pike street. The bike was placed in the department property room.
• Walmart, 804 Pike St., reported a shoplifting on Thursday. Lexi Parmiter, of 784 Greene St., and Clayton Porter were arrested for theft.
• Walmart reported a theft in progress on Thursday. A male suspect, James Alan Miller, homeless, was walking away from the store with stolen property. When an officer told him to stop, he threw an item on the ground and fled on foot. The officer deployed his taser but the probes didn’t make full contact. Miller was eventually taken into custody. It was determined he attempted to steal more than $360 in merchandise, including a pellet rifle. He was charged with theft, obstructing official business and resisting arrest.
• Secure Storage and Towing, 432 E. Eighth St., reported criminal damaging and trespass on Friday. Four vehicles had been broken into and a ladder taken from the property. This case remains under investigation.
• Dana L. Ritchie, of 827 Ridge St., reported the theft of a television on Friday.
• On Saturday, an officer arrested Cory Noel, of 255 Arends Ridge Road, for OVI. Noel was additionally charged with obstructing official business when he became physically uncooperative while in custody.
• Walmart reported a theft on Sunday. A suspect stole 16 pairs of Beats headphones. Photos were obtained through surveillance and the case remains under investigation.
• An officer responded to the Harmar Community Center, 309 Lancaster St., in reference to suspected drugs being located by an employee. The drugs were collected and placed in evidence.
• On Sunday, Charles Kelly reported damage to property at Biggs Hill Road, Belpre. This case remains under investigation.
• Deputies were dispatched to Adams Township on Sunday for a 911 call stating Rosa Allevato and Christopher Perot were fighting. Perot and Allevato were separated and both relayed that they were arguing and screaming at each other. Neither subject was in fear of the other. Christopher Cody Perot, 30, of 310 Greenlawn Lane, Lowell, and Rosa L. Allevato, 45, of 310 Greenlawn Lane, Lowell, will be summoned into Marietta Municipal Court on a charge of disorderly conduct by fighting.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
• Travis Eugene Williams, 23, of 1750 Laurel Ridge Road, Lowell, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.
• Leslie Scot Klein, 28, of 32235 Minersville Hill Road, Racine, was arrested for contempt of court.