Eric S. Lightfritz, 32, of 713 Front St., was arrested Wednesday for domestic violence against his live-in girlfriend.
Astin Oliver, 30, of 501 Second St. Apt. 3, was arrested Thursday on a Municipal Court warrant for a parking violation.
Joseph B. Mayle, 30, of 705 Ninth St., was arrested Thursday at that address for domestic violence, a fourth-degree felony, after he slapped and punched his aunt for eating a bag of potato chips.
Travis E. Sparks, 31, of 725 7th St., was arrested Thursday on a Municipal Court warrant for two counts of theft and taken to jail.
Alan R. Spence, of 519 1/2 Fourth St. reported Thursday the theft of his billfold from his garage.
Officers investigated an assault complaint Friday at 801 1/2 Front St. where Kenneth Wriston Sr., 57, was punched and choked by Kenneth R. Rogers, 26, of 801 1/2 Front St. A warrant for assault has been requested for Rogers, who fled the area before officers arrival.
Rose Murray, 54, of 4805 Zion Ridge Road, Marietta, reported Tuesday that she loaned her Sam's Club credit card to her daughter so she could enter the store but did not give her permission to charge any purchases to the card. When she reviewed her statement, Murray discovered that while her daughter had the card she made 33 purchases totaling $1,546.84.
Angie S. Riley, 49, of 188 Main St. Lot 2, Lowell, was arrested Tuesday for criminal damaging, domestic violence and unlawful restraint. Riley initiated an argument with her live-in boyfriend, Jeffery Riley, 51. Jeffrey attempted to leave the home, at which point Angie grabbed him by the arms and wrapped her arms around him and scratched him. Angie continued arguing as Jeffrey got into his vehicle. She reached for anything inside the vehicle to keeping him from departing and broke the vehicle's turn signal in the process.
The owner of Reynolds Landscaping, 323 Drag Strip Road, Belpre, reported Tuesday that sometime overnight an unknown suspect(s) entered three of the company's buildings and stole a chop saw, a chainsaw, a weed trimmer, two fishing poles, three gas cans, a window air conditioner, two rakes and three hoses. The total value of the stolen property is approximately $3,025.
Delbert G. Newlon, 68, of 10775 State Route 550, Vincent, reported Wednesday that he recently discovered a wooden box containing a large amount of cash was stolen from a hidden location in his home.
Deputies investigated a report Thursday of a female who allegedly jumped out of a moving vehicle near 66 Arrowhead Road, Little Hocking. Iris N. Blair, 26, of 910 Ann Street Apt. 4, Parkersburg, was the passenger in a vehicle her boyfriend was driving and was upset that they did not leave earlier in the evening from a local bar. Blair said she argued with her boyfriend and fearing the argument would escalate, she jumped from the car when the vehicle slowed near an intersection. Blair refused medical treatment at the scene but later went to the hospital as a precaution. No foul play is suspected.
The owners of two vehicles parking in the lot of the Dalzell Carry Out reported Thursday that the driver of a silver pickup truck spun its tires in the lot and caused damage to the vehicles. Flying rocks shattered the rear window of a Mercury Villager owned by Pamela Kidder, 37, of 255 Highland Ridge Road, Marietta, and damaged the paint on a Chevy Trailblazer owned by Carol Stumbo, 43, of 30501 Lebanon Road, Lower Salem. Neither victim wished to pursue charges; they only wanted the driver to pay for the damage. A deputy contacted the alleged suspect and obtained his insurance information.
The following suspects were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
Robert L. Trout, 36, of 3036 17th St. SW, Canton, for nonsupport of dependents, a misdemeanor. Trout was picked up in Stark County and processed into the Washington County Jail Wednesday.
William J. Dawson, 30, of 4107 11th Ave., Parkersburg, for theft, a misdemeanor. Dawson was picked up at the North Central Regional Jail and processed into the Washington County Jail Wednesday.
Eric S. Lightfritz, 32, of 713 Front St., Marietta, was arrested Wednesday for domestic violence, a misdemeanor.
David L. Slagle Jr., 32, of 4869 Rainbow Road, Lowell, was arrested Wednesday for tampering with drugs and for possession of drugs, both felonies.
Daniel W. Blair, 57, of 565 Fleming Road, Lowell, was arrested Wednesday for a felony charge of having a weapon while under disability and a misdemeanor charge of contempt of as court order.
Natalie L. Slider, 27, of 100 Water St., Lowell, was arrested Wednesday for child endangering, a felony.
Aaron S. Glasser, 30, of 100 Water St., Lowell, was arrested Wednesday for illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine, illegal assembly of drug making chemicals and child endangering, all felonies.
Matthew A. McLeish, 32, of 424 Fifth St., Lowell, was arrested Wednesday for tampering with drugs and possession of drugs, both felonies.
Brett E. Shank, 45, of 504 Sixth St., Lowell, was arrested Wednesday for illegal assembly of drug making chemicals, a felony.
Malissia A. Richards, 50, of 504 Sixth St., Lowell, was arrested Wednesday for illegal assembly of drug making chemicals, a felony.
Joseph Benjamin Mayle, 30, of 705 Ninth St., Marietta, was arrested Thursday for domestic violence, a felony.
Travis Eugene Sparks, 31, of Ohio 26, Marietta, was arrested Thursday for two misdemeanor counts of theft.
Larry Allen Finkenbinder, 26, of 3560 Corvair Drive, High Point, N.C., was arrested Thursday for driving under a suspended license and speeding, both misdemeanors.