Marietta police reports


• An officer responded to Kroger, 40 Acme St., on Feb. 25 in reference to the theft of a shopping cart. Richard N. Yoho, of 38922 State Route 26, Graysville, loaded a cart into a pickup truck and was tracked to a camper in the 500 block of Pike Street. The officer also recovered a stolen cart from Family Dollar. Yoho was charged with theft and Roy D. Greathouse, homeless, was charged with receiving stolen property.

• On Feb. 25, an officer was advised of a disabled vehicle at Wooster and Fourth streets. The officer spoke to two women on scene and requested a tow truck. During the investigation, he found Jessica Cramer, of 155 Fred Smith Road, New Matamoras, in possession of drug paraphernalia. Cramer was arrested and released on a personal recognizance bond.

• An officer was dispatched to 701 Pike St. on Feb. 25 in reference to a felonious assault. It was learned that Christopher T. Hackett, of Perris, Calif., had been outside smoking when two unknown men approached him and struck him the face, knocking him to the ground. They then stomped on his head before fleeing in a white Dodge Challenger with a black racing stripe on the hood. This case remains under investigation.

• Helen Hirschi, of 703 Colegate Drive, reported a missing ring on Friday. This case remains under investigation.

• On Friday, an officer investigated a sexual assault complaint reported to Children Services.

• Wolfe Brothers Auto, 400 Greene St., reported a breaking and entering at 400 Greene St. on Friday.

• Walmart, 804 Pike St., reported a shoplifting on Friday. Mary Ann Sidel, of 817 Grandview Ave., New Matamoras, was arrested for theft.

• Officers were dispatched Friday to assist probation officers at 116 Dawes Circle with the arrest of Jason Myers on a warrant.

• On Friday, an officer arrested Jordan Levi Walker at 115 Hart St. Apt. 6 on an Adult Parole Authority warrant. Walker was transported to the Washington County Jail.

• Soft Cloth Express, of Cambridge, reported Saturday that a business account was being charged for items at a Marietta business without the owner’s approval.

• Lowe’s, 842 Pike St., reported a fraudulent return on Saturday that resulted in a loss of $149.

• An officer responded to Walmart on Saturday in reference to Larry L. Stephens, of Lowell, accidentally shooting himself in a restroom. He was transported to the hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

• An officer was dispatched to Goodwill on Saturday after a woman left a backback at the store that contained drug paraphernalia.

• An officer was dispatched to Marietta Memorial Hospital on Saturday in reference to Tyler Davis, of 15291 Halleys Ridge Road, Caldwell, trespassing inside the hospital. Davis was advised previously that he was not allowed on the property for non-emergency purposes. He was arrested for trespassing.

• Malissa A. Richards, of 824 Ridge St., reported missing medicine on Saturday.

• During a traffic stop Saturday baggies of marijuana and paraphernalia were found. Carly Isaacs, of 6939 State Route 821, Whipple, was cited for drug abuse and drug paraphernalia.

• On Sunday, an officer observed Robert J. Huffman, of 797 Channel Lane, walking through the parking lot of the Seventh Street Speedway. Knowing that Huffman had been previously banned from the property, the officer arrested him and transported him to the Washington County Jail.

• An officer responded to the Lafayette Hotel on Sunday in reference to an intoxicated man refusing to leave. As the officer pulled up to the hotel, he witnessed Charles Lynn Michel, of 2185 Muskingum River Road, Lowell, attack employee Sebastian A. Walker, of Parkersburg, from behind by grabbing the victim’s head with both arms. Michel was arrested without incident. He was charged with assault and transported to the Washington County Jail.

• On Monday, an officer investigated a counterfeit $20 bill spent at the Marietta income tax office on Feb. 26. The bill was found to be the same as one used in an earlier case. A juvenile suspect had already confessed and been cited in juvenile court.

• Officers were dispatched to the intersection of Maple Street and Fort Harmar Drive Monday in reference to a person dancing in the middle of the roadway. Officers learned the woman had run toward Barber Street. At 415 Barber St. they saw that the front door had been broken into and was open. Insice, the attic doorway was being blocked by a person who refused multiple commands to show themselves. Eventually resident Andrea Lohoefener came out and was charged with obstruction and marijuana paraphernalia.


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