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Police

Reports/Marietta

¯ A patrolman initiated an investigation Nov. 9 into a stolen motor vehicle in which the keys were stolen by an acquaintance in the victim’s room at the Baymont Inn, 701 Pike St. A suspect has been identified after the vehicle was located in Virginia.

¯ Units were dispatched Nov. 9 to 322 Fifth St., Marietta, in regards to assisting the Marietta Fire Department with a fully engulfed house fire. Marietta police are assisting the state fire marshal with the investigation.

¯ A patrolman responded Nov. 9 to Walmart in reference to a shoplifter attempting to steal $213 in merchandise. Alexis Dawn Montgomery was arrested and released on a personal recognizance bond.

¯ An officer was dispatched Nov. 10 to 401 Matthew St. in reference to threats made to medical personnel via phone call. This incident is still under investigation.

¯ Units responded Nov. 11 to the 100 block of N. Second Street in regards to an assault of an adult female. James Nathan Holder was located on the Putnam Street bridge and was arrested for assault and was taken to the Washington County Jail.

¯ A patrolman was dispatched to Walmart on Friday in reference to a theft complaint. Upon arrival, officers made contact with APA personnel and the man who was found to have concealed merchandise in his jacket and walked past the last point of sale without paying for the items. A summons will be requested for the suspect to appear before the Marietta Municipal Court for theft.

¯ Units responded Sunday to Sheldon Avenue in reference to a dispute. Upon arrival, officers spoke to the complainant, who stated her live-in boyfriend assaulted her on Saturday. The complainant later refused to fill out the proper paperwork and refused to cooperate with the investigation.

¯ An officer was contacted Sunday by Putnam Auto about a man who was suspected of trying to hot wire one of their trucks.

¯ Officers responded Monday to Washington Street in reference to a protection order violation. Steven Emory Fox was arrested on the charges of violating a protection order and possession of marijuana.

¯ A patrolman was dispatched Monday to Walmart in reference to a theft complaint. After the investigation, the patrolman learned that a man was identified as stealing a pair of work boots by placing them on his feet and walking out of the store without attempting to pay for them. A warrant has been requested for the arrest of the suspect for the charge of theft.

¯ An officer responded Monday to Walmart in reference to a female shoplifter. After the investigation, the officer learned a female concealed a pair of jeans in her purse and failed to pay for the item after passing the last point of sale. A summons will be requested for her to appear on the charge of theft.

¯ An officer stopped a silver Chevy Impala on Monday for a traffic violation. During the stop, the officer seized marijuana from the car. Christopher Kemple was cited for possession of marijuana.

Arrests/Washington County

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

¯ Agustin Herrera Arredondo, 51, of Auburn Hills, Mich., was arrested for OVI, driving while under the influence and speed, all misdemeanors.

¯ Robert Paul Tate Sr., 71, of Belpre, was arrested for disorderly conduct and weapons while intoxicated, both misdemeanors.

¯ Shawn Austin Horne, 21, of Vinton, was arrested for probation violation, a misdemeanor.

¯ Belinda Arline Whitehair, 51, of Whipple, was arrested for probation violation, a felony.

¯ Bovoe Duane Dunn, 28, of New Matamoras, was arrested for parole violation, a felony.

¯ Amber Dawn Boyd, 32, of Coolville, was arrested for probation violation, a felony.

¯ Tyler Hunt Matheney, 33, of McConnelsville, was arrested for two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, both felonies.

¯ Daniel Bryant Charles, 32, of McConnelsville, was arrested for compelling prostitution, a felony.

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