Robert A. Allerton, 51, of 208 Sacra Via, was arrested Friday at Warren's IGA after he stole a bottle of French salad dressing valued at $1.34.
Grant A. Kegley, 22, of 613 Eighth St., was arrested Saturday in the 700 block of Warren Street for OVI, license suspension, and failure to control after he struck a parked car. Kegley was taken to headquarters where he tested .139 percent blood alcohol content.
Sunshine L. Chapa, 29, of 136 Franklin St., was arrested Saturday for theft and on three warrants at Walmart. The warrants are for theft, failure to appear and failing to appear for jail.
Troy J. Mowery, 22, of 602 Washington Square, was arrested Saturday in the 300 block of Gilman Street for falsification, resisting arrest, and criminal damaging. Mowery was also arrested on two felony warrants from Monroe County and was taken to jail.
Blake A. Miller, 25, of 240 Michaelis Road, was arrested Sunday in the 100 block of Franklin Street for OVI, failure to control, and hit-skip. Miller struck a car in the Town House parking lot and then fled the area. Miller then drove to Virginia Street where due to excessive speed, he drove off the roadway and about eight feet into the Ohio River. Miller was able to swim from the vehicle and fled again. He was located in the 100 block of Franklin Street and arrested. Miller tested .209 percent blood alcohol content.
Dennis R. Oakley, 33, of 110 Browns Alley, was arrested Sunday at 105 Gilman Ave. for assaulting his uncle's live in girlfriend.
Charrise N. Armistead, 48, of 105 Gilman Ave., was arrested Sunday at that address for domestic violence after she kicked her live-in boyfriend.
Rachelle R. Davis, 21, of 36328 Old Forest Road, Pomeroy, was arrested Tuesday for OVI and failure to control after the Hummer she was driving struck two parked vehicles and shoved one of the vehicles into a third parked vehicle in the 700 block of Front Street. David tested .152 percent blood alcohol content and was released to a sober friend.
Andrew B. Russo, 34, of 840 Pike St., was arrested Tuesday at his apartment for violation of a protection order and taken to jail.
Officers responded Tuesday to the U.S. Post Office, at 275 Front St., in reference to a piece of pipe, wrapped in camo duct tape and capped on both ends. A bomb sniffing dog from Parkersburg found no evidence of explosives. The tube was found to be used for geocaching and was returned to the owner.
Kellie M. Lohr, 23, of 712 Fourth St., New Matamoras, reported Friday that she was involved in a minor altercation with her husband. While they were arguing, Lohr's husband placed his hand over his wife's mouth in an effort to keep her from screaming at him. Lohr said she was not in fear for her safety and that no threats or other physical contact took place so the case was closed as unfounded.
Gregory Earley, 54, of 1426 Earley Ridge Road, New Matamoras, reported Friday that the driver of an unknown silver vehicle struck the side of his auto shop at 52267 State Route 7, New Matamoras. The collision caused minor damage to the building.
A deputy requested a summons Friday for Crystal Larrison, 30, of 14969 McConnelsville Road, Caldwell, for three counts of abandoning animals, three counts of animal cruelty, two counts of failing to register a dog and for failing to confine or restrain a dog. The previous day, the deputy executed a search warrant at Larrison's former residence at 2109 Benedict Road, Fleming. A neighbor reported several days earlier that Larrison had not been seen for four days and that a dog inside the home, a dog outside the home and multiple cats were not cared for during that time. Neither the inside dog nor the outside dog and cats had any food or water when the search warrant was executed. The animals appeared to be thin and malnourished. Two dogs and three cats were removed from the property.
James Carpenter, 30, of 157 Joe Cox Road, Gandeeville, W.Va., reported Friday that sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) entered his truck parked on Merchant Lane in Newport and stole $300, a GPS unit, a socket set, vitamins and a box of medication. During the same time frame the suspect(s) entered a truck owned by Scott Walker, 43, of 26961 County Highway CC, Holcombe, Wis., and stole a GPS unit.
A deputy assisted the Plano, Texas Police Department Saturday in the investigation of unauthorized purchases totaling $619.44 that were reportedly shipped to a Washington County residence and charged to a Plano resident's American Express card.
Joe Proctor, 74, of 11023 State Route 550, Vincent, reported Saturday that an unknown suspect(s) entered a vacant farmhouse he owns at 11050 State Route 550, Vincent. Proctor stated the suspect(s) cut the electric cords from the appliances as well as the main electric wire running throughout the residence.
David E. Linder, 43, of 1655 Drag Strip Road, Belpre, was arrested Sunday for assault. At the Lawnsdale bar in the early morning hours, Linder attacked Derek D. Miller, 34, of 30 Sunflower St., Williamstown. Linder admitted punching Miller multiple times in the face, claiming he did so because Miller was running his mouth all night and pushing people around. The attack left Miller with a three-inch laceration above his right eye.
Multiple truck drivers reported Monday that a resident on Back Road in Macksburg parks her vehicle in the roadway and impedes their travel. The suspect, Ellen Howard, 57, of 10 Back Road, said she routinely parks her vehicle in the road in an attempt to keep the trucks from stirring up dust. Howard also stated her home accumulates dust when the trucks pass and said that she will continue to attempt to control the trucks to keep down the dust level. Deputies informed Howard that if she did not cease doing so she would be charged with disorderly conduct. After responding to another complaint, a deputy requested a summons for Howard for disorderly conduct.
A 41-year-old Newport resident reported Monday that an acquaintance knocked on his front door and threatened his wife with a baseball bat. A deputy determined the incident was a misunderstanding between the victim and alleged suspect that involved both parties' teenage children. Both parties were advised to cease having contact with the other. Neither party desired to pursue the matter further.
Larry J. Clevenger, 52, of 2265 Tick Ridge Road, Lower Salem, reported Tuesday that an unknown suspect(s) pried open the front door of his home between 9 and 11 a.m. Inside the home, clothes were strewn about a spare bedroom and a safe was removed from the closet of the master bedroom. Clevenger said the suspect(s) opened the safe and removed a large amount of cash from a lockbox inside.
A deputy responded Tuesday to the scene of death of a 58-year-old Newport resident. The man's death appears to be due to natural causes; no foul play is suspected.
Deputies responded Tuesday to a domestic dispute on Ohio 7 in Marietta. A 33-year-old female was involved in an argument with her 17-year-old daughter after recently learning that her daughter is two months pregnant. Both parties admitted grabbing the other but agreed that no physical violence occurred. The case was closed as unfounded.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
Kirk R. Slider, 20, of 70 Mountaineer Way, Williamstown, was arrested Friday for two misdemeanor counts of failure to appear.
Chad B. Bledsoe, 28, of 1010 Florence St. Apt. 1, Belpre, was arrested Friday for tampering with evidence, theft, breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools, all felonies.
Christopher G. Denny, 55, of 115 North Ave., Sewickley, Pa., was arrested Saturday for OVI and speeding, both misdemeanors.
Grant A. Kegley, 22, of 613 Eighth St., Marietta, was arrested Saturday for OVI, driving under a suspended license and failure to control, all misdemeanors.
Troy J. Mowery, 22, of 602 Washington Square, Marietta, was arrested Saturday for failure to appear, criminal damaging, falsification, resisting arrest and for violating the terms of his probation, all misdemeanors.
Sunshine L. Chapa, 29, of 136 Franklin St., Marietta, was arrested Saturday for theft, contempt of a court order and for failure to appear, all misdemeanors.
Courtney N. Thompson, 27, of 58 Tracewell Ave., Parkersburg, was arrested Sunday for driving under a suspended license, a misdemeanor.
David E. Linder, 43, of 1655 Drag Strip Road, Belpre, was arrested Sunday for assault, a misdemeanor.
Scott J. Byers, 30, of 908 Main St. Apt. C, Belpre, was arrested Sunday for violating the terms of his probation, a felony.
Charrise N. Armistead, 48, of 105 Gilman Ave. Lot 8, Marietta, was arrested Sunday for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
Nathan S. Goff, 29, of 7641 Pike St. Lot 20, Parkersburg, was arrested Tuesday for theft, a felony.
Dallas W. Farnsworth, 40, of Marietta, was arrested Tuesday for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor.
Andrew B. Russo, 35, of 840 Pike St. Apt. 37, Marietta, was arrested Tuesday for violating the terms of a protection order, a misdemeanor.
Paul S. Pasco, 51, of 306 Third St. Apt. 3, Lowell, was arrested Tuesday for driving under a suspended license, a misdemeanor.
Kenneth P. Scott, 59, of 2007 Gandee Court Apt. A, Belpre, was arrested Wednesday for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.