Join us for the 2019 Washington County Fair Parade and Fair

Join us Saturday 31 Aug 19 at 10 a.m. for the Washington County Fair Parade After the parade find the Washington County Sheriff’s Office tent for Kidprint ID’s, along with other fun things for kids of all ages!Register your Mom to win a Mum!!! And don’t

WCSO NEWS RELEASES FOR 30 AUG 19

The following warrants were recently processed at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office: Erika Jones, Columbus, OH, failure to appear on a trafficking in drugs charge. Robert D. Goodnight, Jr., Parkersburg, WV, failure to appear on a failure to comply charge. Brittni C. Messick, Marietta, OH, failure

WCSO NEWS RELEASES FOR 28 AUG 19

On 22 Aug 19 Deputy McKee completed a private property crash report for Matthew Liotti, Parkersburg, WV, when the vehicle he was operating struck a low hanging line at 1400 Pike Street, Marietta, OH. On 21 Aug 19 a search was conducted in the female dorms

WCSO NEWS RELEASES FOR 27 AUG 19

On 17 Aug 19 Lt. Augenstein met with Tyrone Taylor, 112 Sylvan Way, Marietta, OH, in reference to items removed from the residence and damage done.  This case remains under investigation. On 19 Aug 19 Deputy Parks began an investigation regarding phone harassment.  This case remains

Thank You – Bike Donors!!!!

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office held bike raffles for kids ages 16 and under at the Belpre Homecoming and the Waterford Fair. Sheriff Mincks would like to extend his thanks to the sponsors of these two events: Hocking Tire CenterFarson Street Car WashBoxers Bed and Biscuits

WCSO NEWS RELEASES FOR 26 AUG 19

The following subject(s) were processed into the Washington County Jail between Monday 19 Aug 19 and Monday 26 Aug 19: William Logan Schofield, age 58, 412 8th Street, Parkersburg, WV, probation violation, a misdemeanor. Justin Tyler Gibbs, age 28, 515 Smith Street, Marietta, OH, possessing drug

Remember School is Starting….

  DROPPING KIDS OFF AT SCHOOL Don’t double park Don’t load or unload across the street from the school Carpool to reduce the number of cars near school SHARE THE ROAD WITH KIDS Don’t block the crosswalk Always stop for school patrol officer or crossing guard