Marietta police reports


• On June 2, officers discovered a broken window at Mid-Ohio Valley Employment, 197 Front St. It was found that a rock had been thrown through the front pane glass window.

• American Producers Supply, 119 N. Second St., reported June 2 that a window was broken in the rear of the business.

•On June 2, an officer investigated the report of windows being broken out at a vacant business at 711 Greene St.

• Lowe’s, 842 Pike St., reported a shoplifter on June 2. It was learned that Claudia Ann Collins, of 1006 Myrtle St., Parkersburg, stole $527 worth of merchandise. She was arrested and found to have an active warrant. She was charged with theft, possession of marijuana and served with the warrant.

• An officer responded to 401 Matthew St. on June 3 and investigated an impaired suspect that was refusing to leave Marietta Memorial Hospital after being discharged. John Ralston was arrested for littering and disorderly conduct.

•On June 3, an officer assisted the Marietta Fire Department with a subject that overdosed in Mound Cemetery. A significant amount of drug paraphernalia was recovered. The person died several days later.

• Oriana House Inc., 812 Third St., reported the theft of medication on June 3. A suspect has been identified and the investigation is ongoing.

•On June 3, an officer recovered an abandoned bicycle.

• Bridgeport Equipment, 15 Acme St., reported the theft of a UTV on June 4.

•An officer responded to the Giant Eagle parking lot, 128 Gross St., on June 4 in reference to a domestic violence complaint. A woman said she was assaulted by her ex-partner. Shoshanah Cheyenne Warne, of 470 Hadley Hollow Road, was later located and arrested for domestic violence.

• On June 4, an officer was dispatched to Selby General Hospital, 1106 Colegate Drive, for a report of Kelly Farnsworth, homeless, chasing people in the parking lot trying to get a ride. The hospital requested that she be told to leave and not return. Officers advised Farnsworth several times to leave and not return or that she’d be arrested. She left but returned and attempted to enter the hospital. When an officer attempted to stop her, she jerked away, threw herself to the ground and started screaming. She was arrested for criminal trespass and obstructing.

• Dollar General, 136 Gross St., reported Friday the theft of a pair of flip-flops earlier in the day. An officer located Uriah Matthew Hill, of 702 Eighth St. in the 400 block of N. Seventh Street wearing the stolen flip-flops. He was arrested for theft.

•During a traffic stop Friday at GoMart, 820 Pike St., passenger Jennifer Sample, last known address 506 Caroline Ave., Williamstown, provided a false name and date of birth. It was found she had a warrant for her arrest. The officer placed her in handcuffs and while waiting for another officer, Sample slipped out of the handcuffs and fled on foot. A K9 was called in and Sample was located, arrested and charged with escape, identity fraud, drug paraphernalia and drug abuse instruments.

• An officer was dispatched to 207 Lancaster St. Friday in reference to a tip that Anthony Eugene Boswell, of 848 Green St. Apt. A, was staying there. He had two active warrants and was arrested without incident.

• Officers were dispatched to the Locker Room Bar, 217 Greene St., on Friday in reference to a fight. It was learned that Brandon Charles Johnston, of 802 E. Eighth St., Portia Eileen Dye, of 158 Mykayla Lane, Harrisville, W.Va., and Brandon Scott Bruce, of 1109 Colonial Drive, had all engaged in a mutual fight inside the bar and on the sidewalk. All three were cited for disorderly conduct fighting.

• The Washington County Fair Board, 922 Front St., reported damage to a ticket booth on Sunday.

• Officers were dispatched Sunday to the 700 block of Greene Street in reference to a suspect bleeding profusely from his hand after punching business windows in that area. He said he broke the windows because he was trying to harm himself after losing his girlfriend. He was transported to Marietta Memorial Hospital and will be summoned into court regarding criminal damaging charges.

• On Sunday, an officer was dispatched to the 700 block of Channel Lane in reference to a man lying down in the middle of the street. Robert Jonathan Huffman, of 797 Channel Lane, told the officer if they came back he “might have a bullet for them.” He then told them to shoot him and resisted arrest. He was charged with intimidation, resisting arrest and pedestrian in the roadway.


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