- William A. Marx, 34, of 109 Woodcrest Drive, was arrested Wednesday in the 100 block of Front Street for OVI, driving under suspension, improper backing and a stop sign violation after he backed into a police car during a traffic stop. Marx was taken to headquarters where he refused to submit to a breath test and was later released.
- A 47-year-old Vincent resident was transported Saturday to Camden Clark Hospital after she was found breathing but unresponsive in a bathroom in her home. The victim, who tested positive for a number of prescription drugs, was unable to recover and likely succumbed to a drug overdose.
- A deputy requested summonses Sunday for two 15-year-old Vincent residents to appear in Juvenile Court on charges of delinquency for underage possession of alcohol. At Warren High School days earlier, the two students were found in possession of a bottle containing a mixture of vodka and orange juice. Questioned about the alcohol, one of the teenagers admitted she brought the bottle to school because her friend asked her to bring it. The teenager also admitted this was the second time she brought alcohol to school, but on the first occasion it was for her own consumption. The other teenager admitted consuming half of the alcohol her friend brought to school.
- Douglas E. Hupp, 71, of 29828 State Route 7, Marietta, reported Wednesday he recently discovered a .44 handgun and two knives were missing from his home. Hupp was unsure when the items were stolen but he believes it was within the past two weeks.
- A deputy arrested a 14-year-old Newport resident on a charge of delinquency by domestic violence on Wednesday. The teenager's father reported his daughter was angry that her bicycle was taken away as punishment after she was sent home early from school. During the teenager's tirade that evening, she threw a brick at a back door of the residence, screamed at her parents and made threatening comments. The teenager's parents said their daughter's comments caused them to fear for their safety and they were no longer comfortable with her staying at their residence.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
- Jason Alfred Coggin, 28, of 6 Carroll Road, Eight Mile, Ala., was arrested Wednesday for hit-skip and for failure to control, both misdemeanors.
- Katie Danielle Cline, 26, of 27400 State Route 7 Lot 63, Marietta, was arrested Wednesday for violating the terms of her probation, a felony.
- Steven Lee O'Brien, 25, of 343 Main St., Lower Salem, was arrested Wednesday for felony charges of theft, possession of criminal tools and breaking and entering and for misdemeanor charges of obstructing official business and violating the terms of his probation.
- Dennis Wayne Alkire, 34, of 2313 Blacks Road, Hebron, was arrested Wednesday for possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors.
- James Scott Walraven, 37, of 16908 Joy Road, Sharpsburg, for failure to appear in Juvenile Court in a civil matter.