- Officers responded Monday to the Marietta Brewing Company in reference to an intoxicated man causing a disturbance. The man was gone on officers' arrival.
- An officer checked a report Monday of a dog locked in a vehicle at Walmart. The vehicle had left prior to the officer arriving.
- Todd Cunningham reported Tuesday that a blue and white, Ralley brand mountain bike was stolen from 203 Second St.
- An employee of Family Ford, at 909 Pike St., Marietta, reported Friday that over the past week an unknown male has been stealing scrap material from the back of the business' lot. Among the stolen items are metal studs, tubing and parts of gutters.
- Christina M. Giammona, 34, of 530 1/2 High St., Macksburg, reported Friday that her live-in boyfriend, Brian D. Bates, 38, was highly inebriated. At one point, Bates became verbally aggressive, poked Giammona in the chest and threatened to kill her brother, Robert Giammona, 32, who also lives at the residence. Bates repeatedly punched Robert in the face while he was asleep on a couch. Before fleeing the residence, Bates used a large rock to break the windshield of Christina's vehicle. Bates was later arrested on a count of criminal damaging and two counts of domestic violence.
- A deputy and the Barlow and Wesley fire departments responded Friday to a fire at the home of Roger McDonald, 62, at 827 Darnold Road, Vincent. When McDonald returned to his home after being away for a short period that evening he found smoke and flames coming from his basement. The Wesley fire chief said the fire could possibly have been caused by a lightning strike that melted the plastic coating on antenna wires, which then dripped onto and ignited a mattress in the basement.
- Sarah M. Myers, 35, of 341 Main St., Lower Salem, reported Saturday that she recently noticed a corn sheller, a dirt bike, tiller and plow tractor attachments, a reciprocating saw and a log chain were stolen from her garage.
- Estell Gallagher, 85, of 417 Goss Fork Road, Whipple, reported Saturday she believes her grandson obtained a debit card for her bank account without her permission and used it to make in excess of $10,000 in unauthorized withdrawals since November 2013.
The following people were recently processed into the Washington County Jail:
- Joseph R. Fox, 34, of 215 1/2 Second St., Marietta, was arrested Friday for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor.
- Corey T. Sapp Jr., 23, of 1012 E. Lee St., Belpre, was arrested Friday for improper handling of a firearm in a motor vehicle, a felony.
- Courtney N. Clayton, 21, of 414 Strecker Lane, Marietta, was arrested Friday for violating the terms of his probation, a misdemeanor.
- Michael D. Valentine, 36, of 833 Second St. Apt. 4, Marietta, was arrested Friday for assault and criminal damaging, both misdemeanors.
- Nicholas J. Patterson, 31, of 2201 Murray St., Belpre, was arrested Friday for violating the terms of his probation, a felony.
- Derek S. Thompson, 24, of 810 Best Hollow Road, Whipple, was arrested Saturday for OVI and for failure to yield, both misdemeanors.
- Thurman L. Smith, 44, of 833 Second St., Marietta, was arrested Saturday for disorderly conduct by intoxication, a misdemeanor. .
- George J. Ward, 42, of Dutton Hill Road, Macksburg, was arrested Saturday for driving under an Financial Responsibility Act suspended license and speeding, both misdemeanors.
- Steven L. Sealey Jr., 35, of 1417 Sealy Ridge Road, Vincent, was arrested Sunday for breach of recognizance and for two counts of failure to appear, all misdemeanors.
- Brian D. Bates, 38, of 19891 Everly Road, Sarahsville, was arrested Sunday for criminal damaging, for violating the terms of his probation and for two counts of domestic violence, all misdemeanors.