Kevin Lell, of 616 Warren St., Marietta, reported damage to the outside door handle of his home Tuesday.
Lisa Mowery, of 602 Washington Square, Marietta, reported a theft Tuesday of a camera and a blue tarp. A suspect has been identified and a warrant requested.
An unruly 14-year-old male living on Riley Drive, Marietta, was spoken to Tuesday by an officer in reference to his behavior.
Steve Hussey reported Tuesday that a window on his 2011 Ford Expedition was broken while parked at Fort Square.
Emily Jo Welch-Morris, of 833 Second St., reported Wednesday that she was assaulted by her boyfriend, Ira Heyward Jr., 53, of 1001 Virginia Ave., Parkersburg. Morris stated that Heyward had grabbed her by the throat, struck her in the head with a basket, and threatened to get a knife and slit her throat. Heyward was gone on officers' arrival. A warrant for his arrest on a third-degree felony count of domestic violence has been requested.
The Shoe Dept., at 209 Capt. D. Seeley-MIA Drive, reported Wednesday that someone had stolen a pair of shoes and left their old ones in the shoe box.
Officers checked on a possible domestic Wednesday at 105 Gilman Ave. Officers found it was a verbal argument and the parties separated for the evening.
The Marietta Truck Center, at 127 Court St., reported the theft of a white, 2014 Freightliner with a Jerr-Dann 21 foot rollback.
Zachary Gillespie, 20, of 23525 County Road 9, New Matamoras, reported Sunday that at some point during the past month an unknown suspect(s) entered his home and stole a Mossburg 20-gauge shotgun.
A warrant was requested Sunday for Matthew G. Snyder, 34, of 607 Horse Creek Road, Dubois, W.Va., for domestic violence. Snyder was drinking vodka while driving through the county with his live-in girlfriend, Julie Vogt, 44, when Snyder became upset and punched Vogt in the head multiple times. When Vogt screamed for him to stop, Snyder covered her mouth with his hand and scratched her neck.
The Little Hocking Fire Department transported a 43-year-old Belpre resident to Camden Clark Hospital Sunday for treatment of a prescription drug overdose. The victim was depressed and ingested his own medication in an attempt to take his own life. Emergency room personnel said the victim was not in immediate danger and stated he should fully recover.
Marie Dawson, 44, of 12895 State Route 676, Waterford, reported Monday she recently discovered 40 of her oxycodone pills and 20 of her brother's hydrocodone pills were stolen from her home. Dawson declined to pursue the matter further.
A deputy and the Oak Grove Fire Department were dispatched Monday to a fire on the property of Justin Tucker, 25, at 300 Francis Road, Lowell. The fire spread from a fire pit on the neighboring property owned by Justin Robinson, at 445 Francis Road. Robinson's nephew started the fire and believed he extinguished it before leaving the address. The fire did cause damage to a phone box on Tucker's property, which resulted in an interruption of phone service to his residence.
An employee of Hercules Property Services reported Tuesday that a foreclosed home the business was hired to clean at 338 Cats Creek Road, Lowell, had graffiti spray painted on the inside walls and numerous pieces of glassware broken on the floor.
Samuel Lisk, 26, of 1015 Browns Road, Marietta, reported Wednesday he was awakened by an explosion around 6:20 a.m. and observed an orange glow near the garage of his residence. Lisk attempted to extinguish the fire in the garage but was unsuccessful. The fire appears to have been caused by a malfunction in an engine block heater that Lisk used to keep his tractor's engine temperature above fifty degrees. The Reno Fire Department responded and extinguished the fire, which caused moderate damage to the home.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
Amy J. Jacobsen, 38, of 807 Evergreen Lane, Chillicothe, for felony and misdemeanor charges of receiving stolen property. Jacobsen was picked up in Ross County and processed into the Washington County Jail Tuesday.
Anthony J. Woods, 31, of 11687 London Road, Orient, for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor. Woods was picked up in Franklin County and processed into the Washington County Jail Tuesday.
Jamal J. Fuller, 20, of 206 S. Harris Ave., Columbus, was arrested Tuesday for two felony counts of trafficking in drugs.
Matthew J. Dagnesi, 26, of 304 Kenwood St., Marietta, was arrested Tuesday for being in possession of a weapon while under disability, a felony.
Tytus L. Shields, 25, of Marietta, was arrested Tuesday for four felony counts of trafficking in drugs.
Timothy N. Carver Sr., 50, of 429 Strecker Lane, Marietta, was arrested Wednesday for theft, a felony.
Katherine Fonseca, 32, of 1055 Lake Berkley, Kissimmee, Fla., for illegal conveyance of items into a detention facility, possession of drugs and possession of criminal tools, all felonies. Fonseca was picked up in Lorain County and processed into the Washington County Jail Wednesday.
Jeffrey D. Parker, 48, of 3730 State Route 26, Marietta, was arrested Wednesday for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor.
Isaac O. Doucet, 30, of 1523 Rideau Road, Palmetto, La., was arrested Thursday for OVI and for driving under a suspended license, both misdemeanors.