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Sheriff's Office, Marietta Police Reports
Posted on: 10/22/2013
By  Mike Cullums
Checking Washington County Sheriff’s Office reports: 

- The Beverly-Waterford rescue squad transported a 56-year-old Watertown man to Marietta Memorial Hospital for treatment of burns to his legs. The victim told squad members he was smoking a cigarette when the oxygen tube in his lap caught fire. A family member quickly turned off the oxygen and put out the fire. Fortunately, the Sheriff’s Office says the man’s injuries were not serious.
- On Sunday, the Beverly-Waterford squad transported a 51-year-old Waterford woman to Memorial following a suicide attempt. She consumed alcohol and a quantity of sleeping pills and a muscle relaxer, reportedly after learning that her former boyfriend was dating someone else. EMTs told deputies she had not taken enough pills to cause serious harm.
- A Waterford woman reported that she believes an acquaintance stole a money order she’d purchased for $260.   
- A member of the Barlow Fair Board reported an unknown suspect entered three buildings at the fairgrounds. At this time it does not appear any property is missing.
- T he parts manager at Iddings Trucking at 741 Blue Knob Road in Warren Township reported that over the weekend a suspect stole several pipes, tire rims and aluminum steps from the business. 
Checking Marietta Police reports:
- J oseph Mayle, 29, was arrested at 313 Franklin Street over the weekend on charges of disorderly conduct, criminal damaging, drug possession, a probation violation and failure to appear in court. During the incident, Frances Arlene Kaltenbach, 60, was arrested for obstructing official business after she allegedly lied to officers about Mayle being in the house.
- The Halloween attraction “Wicked Warehouse” at 111 West Montgomery Street is back in the news after police cited a manager of the facility. Officers went to the haunted house at 11:30 Saturday night in response to complaints from several neighbors that vulgar language, screaming, banging and other noises were keeping them from sleep. Aaron Dennis, 25, of Lowell was issued a citation for disturbing the peace.
The Wicked Warehouse website shows operating hours until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays through Friday, November 1.
NOTE: We broadcast local law enforcement reports as they become available. They can be heard during some of our six daily local newscasts on AM 1490.
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