Cortney Pugh, of 717 Greene St., reported a theft Thursday. The theft was found to be a civil matter.
Marjorie Hanna, of 1105 Greene St., reported telephone harassment Thursday by an unknown caller.
An officer checked on a report of barking dogs at 160 Wells Ave. Thursday.
An officer checked on a possible assault Thursday at Marietta High School.
Ronald Dean Welch Jr, 44, of 209 Fearing St., was arrested Friday for disorderly conduct by intoxication after he was found passed out in a flower planter in the 400 block of Front Street. Welch was released to a sober person.
The Devola Fire Department transported Ruth Hughes, 87, of 114 Masonic Park Road, Marietta, to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment Tuesday following a fall in her home. Hughes is expected to recover fully.
A deputy and the Coolville, Dunham and Little Hocking fire departments responded Wednesday to a brush fire on the property of Luke C. Joseph, 50, at 1006 Boggy Hollow Road, Coolville. Joseph was burning a pile of sticks when the wind blew a piece of burning cardboard onto dry grass in a nearby field. Joseph attempted to stomp out the fire but it quickly spread to the surrounding area. The fire departments extinguished the fire after it burned parts of two fields and an old, round bale of hay.
Emilee Schwendeman, 20, of 211 Rummer Road Apt. C, Marietta, reported Wednesday she recently noticed several items were stolen from her home. The stolen items are electric and acoustic guitars, a new pair of shoes, an iPod, a jacket and a camera.
Brian J. Lemons, 45, of 616 Victoria Ave., Williamstown, reported Thursday his Samsung Galaxy mobile phone was stolen while he was at his place of employment on Tennis Center Drive the previous day.
Leslie Mitchell, 50, of 3261 School House Road, Little Hocking, reported Thursday that sometime overnight her 2002 Chevy Pickup truck was stolen from outside her residence. During the time in which Mitchell believes the truck was stolen, the driver of the vehicle was involved in a single vehicle crash in Belpre Township. The driver of the truck was not at the scene when the Highway Patrol responded to investigate the crash. This case remains under investigation.