An officer was dispatched Thursday to Van Bergen Avenue in reference to a parent having problems with a 16-year-old daughter.
Officers were dispatched Thursday to 915 Phillips St. in reference a domestic violence complaint. Both parties were spoken with and no charges will be filed.
James Perrine, 30, of 180 Greene St., Newport, reported Tuesday that he displayed a Piranha pit bike for sale in his yard and he noticed it was missing late the previous evening. The 140cc bike, which is black, red and white, is valued at approximately $1,000.
Deputies investigated reports Tuesday of a female who was sitting on railroad tracks in Warren Township and holding multiple bottles of alcohol. Deputies located Tina M. Sims, 49, of 419 Florence St., Belpre, on the railroad tracks between Veto Road and Briggs Hill Road. Deputies noticed Sims was in possession of four bottles of vodka. Questioned about her drunkenness, Sims stated she had been consuming alcohol all day. Sims was arrested for disorderly conduct by intoxication and refused a blood alcohol content test at the jail.
The Lower Salem Fire Department transported a 45-year-old Lower Salem resident to Marietta Memorial Hospital Tuesday for treatment to a drug overdose. The victim regained consciousness at the hospital and informed a deputy that she has never ingested heroin but she believed the substance she voluntarily injected that afternoon was heroin. An unknown male that appeared at the woman's residence provided a syringe, a spoon and a piece of paper with an unknown residue on it to squad members.
Michael Sargent, 61, of 2402 Norris Ave., Belpre, reported Tuesday that at some point during the past two day an unknown suspect(s) entered an unoccupied home he is renovating at 246 Lakewood Road, Cutler, and stole four saws, three pairs on tin snips, a drill and an orbital sander, the total estimated value of which is in excess of $680.
Frederick G. McKitrick, 32, of 29465 State Route 7, Marietta, reported Thursday that he was away from his residence for an hour and a half that morning and during that timeframe an unknown suspect(s) entered his home and stole more than 80 Xanax pills.
Pamela J. Schweitzer, 55, of 9305 State Route 821, Lower Salem, reported Friday she recently discovered her credit card information was used to purchase a Dell computer for $261.51. The computer was shipped to a home in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
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A deputy requested a summons Friday for Christopher Mills, 26, of 331 Lower Parchment Valley Road, Ripley, W.Va., for telecommunications harassment. Despite being previously ordered to not contact a 55-year-old Fleming resident, Mills sent the victim seven text messages on Wednesday.
A deputy requested a summons Friday for Josef Brack, 43, of 719 Ninth St., Marietta, for failing to confine/restrain a dog. A day earlier, two of Brack's dogs were observed running loose on Townhall Road in Muskingum Township. Brack was warned four times in the past three months to confine his dogs.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
Brent J. Sidwell, 32, of 1045 Ridgewood Blvd., Belpre, was arrested Wednesday for two felony counts of trafficking in drugs.
Timothy A. Fields, 38, of 703 21st St., Vienna, was arrested Wednesday for two felony counts of trafficking in drugs.
David A. Naylor, 27, of 2311 Pike St., Parkersburg, was arrested Wednesday for two felony counts of trafficking in drugs.
Mary K. Cervenka, 41, of 2008 Elizabeth St. Apt. B, Belpre, was arrested Wednesday for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor.
Ryan E. Carpenter, 18, of 106 Plum St., Marietta, was arrested Thursday for violating the terms of her probation, a misdemeanor.
Michael A. Doak, 26, of 403 Lord St., Marietta, was arrested Thursday for burglary, a felony.
William C. Sprouse, 30, of 777 W. Ridge St., Columbus, was arrested Friday for failure to appear, a misdemeanor.