– Karen Kuhlman, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported at 11:43 a.m. Friday she has been receiving phone calls from someone asking for her credit card numbers and insisting they want to save her money. She called back the local numbers that appeared on her caller ID, but they were disconnected.
– Mike Dunlap, West School Street, East Rochester, reported at 8:05 p.m. Tuesday a man is making a lot of noise, riding an ATV past his home on West School Street and keeping Dunlap’s newborn baby awake. Deputies went to speak to the man, telling him to stop riding his ATV on the roadway.
– Betty Barkley, state Route 14, New Waterford, reported at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday a man came to her home claiming to be from the gas and oil company. The man, described as a dark-skinned white man with black hair, got her to come outside to show him the boundary lines of her property. When she went back inside after he left she found two of her locked bedroom doors had been pried open. Nothing was missing.
– Ken Gallagher, Lower Elkton Road, Lisbon, reported at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday he was contacted by Jim Severs at the Plus Cycle Shop of state Route 154. Severs told Gallagher a man claiming to Gallagher has been calling him for the last month wanting to lower his credit card bills. Gallagher’s name and number are showing up on Severs’ caller ID.
– Richard Fisher, Wildwood Acres Lot 1, Lisbon, reported at 3:44 p.m. July 22 he needed someone removed. Deputies spoke to Joe Caughey and Jamie Payton. Payton said she went to court and her ex-husband, Freeman Payton did not bring her children to meet her at the McDonald’s in Chester, W.Va., so they came to get her children. Jamie Payton said they got into an argument with her ex-husband’s brother, Fisher, about the custody of the children. Fisher told deputies he is watching the children while Freeman was at work and has had problems with Caughey in the past, so he wanted him off his property. Deputies told them to leave and contact the courts about custody issues with the children.
– Clarence F. Schuller Jr., 55, Alliance, was westbound on U.S. 62 in Salem Township at 12:45 p.m. Thursday and was waiting to turn left when he was struck from behind by Jeffrey E. Teel, 47, North Canton, who was cited for assured clear distance.
Sam Sacconi II, 38, Darner Road, was charged with disorderly conduct at 3:53 p.m. Tuesday at the county fairgrounds. The Sacconi family is showing animals at the fair and there was some sort of altercation between his wife and the mother of Marcus Chestnut. Chestnut was reportedly trying to break up the altercation when he was shoved by Sacconi. Police learned afterwards that Sacconi’s wife may have been assaulted during the altercation, which is when he became involved.
– Valerie Hamilton, West Main Street, reported at 6 p.m. Tuesday she believed someone was tampering with her mail.
– John Roth, Poland, was stopped southbound on state Route 164 at the state Route 14 intersection at 8:53 a.m. Tuesday when his vehicle was rear-ended by Brianna Antonell, Poland (**no age listed, just says juvenile**). Antonell was cited for assured clear distance.
– A woman reported at 12:24 p.m. Tuesday an open storm drain in the Fairfield Avenue and Cherokee Lane area had a mailbox in it. Police replaced the storm drain cover.
– A woman reported at 11:44 a.m. Tuesday someone in a white Oldsmobile was driving all over state Route 14 eastbound from Wellsville. Police checked the area but did not find the vehicle.
– A man reported at 5:16 p.m. Tuesday a 35 miles per hour sign was evidently hit and leaning over, possibly into traffic on state Route 14 near state Route 164. Police checked and found the sign was not leaning into traffic but contacted the street department to have it repaired.
– A woman reported at 6:33 p.m. Tuesday someone on an ATV was on state Route 164 and then turned into the Burger King parking lot. Police checked and found the vehicle had a dear license plate and proper card, working equipment and mirrors and was not illegal to be on the road.
– At 8:36 p.m. Tuesday a few callers reported a baby raccoon was near the Dairy Queen restaurant. Police checked and found the animal was not sick and did not need to be euthanized.
– Called to Wilbert Avenue Tuesday morning for a possible domestic dispute, officers were advised that Jessica Mike and Scott D. Shreve were fighting in the bathroom upstairs. When Mike came downstairs, she reportedly told officers there was no domestic situation, but Shreve was taken into custody and arrested for criminal trespass since he was not permitted to be on Columbiana-Metropolitan Housing Authority property.
– Officers stopped a vehicle after seeing it leaving a location known for drug activity on Laurel Lane and had the city’s K-9 unit check it. Canine officer Ivo alerted on the passenger side door, according to reports, and a check of the interior revealed a cigar containing marijuana underneath the passenger seat. Passenger DeShon G. Pullie, 22, Main Street, Wellsville, admitted the marijuana was his, officers reported. He was charged with possession of marijuana.
– Officers responded to Stagecoach Road Tuesday morning for an assault, where they were advised by John Coleman, 58, that a pickup truck pulled into the cul-de-sac and, when he told the driver that it was private property, the man said there were no signs declaring it private property. Coleman told the man to leave and went to turn around, saying the man then struck him in the head with an object. Two juveniles reportedly saw the man strike Coleman. A truck matching the description given by Coleman was stopped by sheriff’s deputies in Negley, and a township officer spoke with the driver, John Vidovich III, 36, Midland, Pa., who said he had been hauling sawdust from the Stagecoach Road property for four months. Vidovich told officers Coleman approached him on a four-wheeler, cussing and threatening to kill him, coming into his truck after him, which is when he grabbed an object and struck him. Vidovich was charged with assault.
– Jeffrey Linam II, 28, of Lisbon, was cited for reasonable control after he allegedly failed to negotiate a curve on Egypt Road just south of Painter Road at 4:45 a.m. Wednesday. He laid the motorcycle down and it slid off of the left side of the road and came to rest.
– Kenneth Geer of Lisbon reported at 4:26 p.m. Tuesday he was on South Lincoln when a faded green Dodge Intrepid with a yellow hood scoop pulled out of Circle K and struck the left rear side bumper of his vehicle. When he stopped and got out of his vehicle to check the damage, the other vehicle left the scene.
– Police were called to Pembrooke Drive at 8:56 p.m. Tuesday regarding a juvenile attempting suicide. The juvenile had already been taken for medical treatment and officers spoke to the juvenile’s legal guardian.
– Police were called at 3:53 p.m. Tuesday to the 1100 block of Cunningham Road for an attempted suicide. Police restrained the person until KLG was able to transport the person to SRMC.
– Steve Bauman, of South Lincoln Avenue, reported at 11:59 a.m. Wednesday that his cell phone was taken from his vehicle while it was parked in the lot at the Salem Community Center, 1098 N. Ellsworth Ave.
– A newspaper carrier came to the police station at 5:59 a.m. Wednesday to request a welfare check on residents at a home in the 600 block of East Perry Street. All was found to be OK.
– A debit card found in an ATM at a bank on South Ellsworth at 9:12 p.m. Tuesday was placed in the police lost and found. The bank was not identified.
– Police responded at 8:10 p.m. Tuesday to Walgreens, 2124 E. State St., for a fraudulent prescription. Officers spoke with a person who said he was picking up a prescription for a friend. The pharmacist said he contacted the doctor and found the prescription was fake. Officers confiscated the fraudulent prescription as evidence and will forward information to the drug task force. No names were provided.
– A child was reported left unattended in a vehicle in the 100 block of South Broadway at 10 a.m. Wednesday, but the vehicle was not found.
– Police responded at 10:18 p.m. Tuesday to Salem Regional Medical Center for an upset patient. Staff members said it was necessary to apply restraints due to the patient’s statements and actions prior to police arriving. He cooperated while police were present.
– An officer on patrol at 9:09 p.m. Tuesday saw a vehicle parked in a municipal lot with the parking lights illuminated and the driver slumped over. The driver had a cell phone near his lap and was sending a text message. All was fine.
– An officer on patrol at 8:43 p.m. Tuesday saw a vehicle in a parking lot in the 1400 block of Quaker Circle with several people sitting on the ground nearby. The officer made contact and the people said they had been riding skateboards in the parking lot and were just working on the wheels. All were identified and there was no problem.
– A woman at the police station at 8:33 p.m. Tuesday reported she was being followed by a man at a store in the 2800 block of East State Street. He did not speak to her, but she felt she was being followed due to confrontations with him through a business transaction. She wanted it documented.
– Police were dispatched at 7:36 p.m. Tuesday to the 100 block of West Pershing Street to deliver a message to a man for Goshen Police. An officer spoke with the brother of the man who provided contact information which was relayed back to Goshen Police.
– An officer at 6:58 p.m. Tuesday spoke with a man at the police station regarding criminal trespass orders against him. He was told his options.
– Police maintained traffic control at 6:57 p.m. Tuesday while fire department first responders and KLG Ambulance checked on a woman in the 500 block of East State Street.
– A woman in the 600 block of Olive Street reported at 6:31 p.m. Tuesday that her neighbor’s dog was in her yard. The owner said the dog must have found a way out of the enclosure. The dog was back at the owner’s property.
– Police were dispatched at 6:04 p.m. Tuesday to State Street and Lincoln Avenue to check on the well-being of a man who possibly fell in the road. Officers found several food items destroyed in the road and were told they were dropped by the man. He could not be found.
– A caller at 5:53 p.m. Tuesday reported that several juveniles were trying to set fires and possibly using illegal substances in Centennial Park. Officers spoke with some juveniles who said two other juveniles were playing with hair spray and a lighter, but they left.
– Police were dispatched at 5:37 p.m. Tuesday to the municipal lot in the 500 block of East Pershing Street for suspicious persons in a silver truck and possible drug activity. Officers made contact with several people who said they were waiting for a nearby business to open. No illegal items were found on them or in the truck.
– A resident on East Third Street called at 4:58 p.m. Tuesday to report suspicious activity and possible drug activity at a residence near the 700 block. The information will be forwarded to the drug task force.
– Police at 4:22 p.m. Tuesday responded to the 1100 block of Cleveland Street for a followup investigation regarding a missing juvenile. The mother said he was located on Monday and was in the Tobin Center. He was removed from the law enforcement data base as a missing juvenile.
– A domestic was reported in the 600 block of West Wilson Street at 3:51 p.m. Tuesday. A woman said her son was hit by his wife while she was holding their child. The wife said her husband would not let her out of the house and she pushed him out of the way. She needed to go to the hospital for an unrelated matter and wanted to take the child with her. The husband told police he was arguing with his wife when she pushed him in the chest area and she hit him while in their vehicle. He wanted to see the child and have the child stay because they were separated. Both were told they each had full custody since they’re still married. They agreed to stay away from each other and the wife left.
– Angela Veglia, Dyke Road, Negley, reported Monday having problems with Glenn Collins after he called to make arrangements to retrieve his personal belongings. She said they argued some and then he left.
– Richard Springer, Opal Drive, Wellsville, reported Monday Ed Wright came to his work place to tell him their ex-girlfriend might do something to Springer’s house.
– Allen Roush reported there was a suspicious light purple Grand Am parked on Foundry Hill Road between Walnut Ridge and Hull roads in Washington Township at 5:29 p.m. Monday. A deputy searched the area but did not come across the vehicle.
– Tim Hamon reported finding the garage door as well as the front door open at a residence on Hartley Road, Alliance, at 12:13 p.m. Monday. The deputy checked the residence but did not find anyone inside and then secured the premise as best he could.
– A woman on Route 172, Minerva, reported Monday receiving a threatening text message from an unknown number.
– A woman reported at 7:26 a.m. Monday she was going to open up at the Missing Sock Laundromat and was concerned about a suspicious suitcase sitting by the door. Police checked and found the suitcase was empty.
– A man reported at 8:18 p.m. Monday a black SUV was parked at PNC with the windows partially down and a dog inside which was lunging at people as they went past and he was concerned the dog would break out of the vehicle. Police checked and found the windows were down enough to give the dog leverage to get out. The dog did not appear to be threatening, however, and the owner was notified of the windows being down too low.
St. Clair Township
– An officer stopped a vehicle for making a turn with no signal and noticed a small child in the rear seat holding another child, according to reports. When speaking with the driver, Joshua E. Brooks, 22, Avondale Street, the officer reported seeing green leafy matter on his shirt. Brooks denied having marijuana in the vehicle. Officers reported finding a blunt with marijuana inside and a marijuana crusher in the vehicle. Brooks was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, driving left of center, no turn signal and no child restraint. His mother was called to bring a child seat.
– Calling from Florida, Scott Shaw asked officers to check the welfare of three children at a Smith Street residence due to an on-going custody dispute between the parents, and officers reported finding no problem.
– Officers responded to a call of a dog inside a car outside the Game Stop store Friday afternoon. A report was filed.
– Frank Milhoan, no address listed, reported he allowed a man he knows to take his vehicle to a shop where he works for repairs but it was never returned. When he called the shop, Milhoan was advised the man does not work there, and the vehicle was never brought there for repairs. He was advised how to file charges for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
– Officers responded to the Echo Dell Trailer Court for a report of a dog attack, with no other details reported.
– Responding to a report of a large fight at Grimm’s Bridge Road, officers found two groups of about 16 people who had been tubing down the creek when a verbal argument ensued with some shoving involved. They separated the groups, and one group made arrangements to leave the area.
– Jamie Senkbeil, no age or address listed, reported being in a verbal confrontation with another female, who punched her in the face. She was advised how to file charges with the law director.
– Bradley Senkbeil, no age or address listed, reported being involved in a verbal argument with a man he knows when the man pulled a knife and made threatening gestures. The other man left prior to officers’ arrival. Senkbeil was advised the procedure for filing charges.
– Denise Travers asked that her estranged husband be removed from her house on Sprucevale Road. Officers arrived and found him there and said, when told to leave, he did so on foot.
– Jon Kepa Guinotte Ibarra, 22, of Orlando, Fla., was charged with solicitation without a permit after police were called to the 1300 block of East Pershing Street at 11:28 a.m. Tuesday for a report of a solicitor stopping at a residence. The man was allegedly trying to sell children’s learning programs without a city-issued permit. He was found a short time later, identified and charged.
– Nina Vancooney, of the 400 block of Franklin Street, reported at 10:40 a.m. Tuesday that she came home after being gone for an extended period and found her lawn mower was missing. A neighbor advised her of a lead for where it might be, with the situation under investigation.
– An employee from a business at the Shoppes at Terri Place, 2870 E. State St., reported at 8:44 a.m. Tuesday that sometime in the early morning hours, someone hit and broke their wooden fence. She also reported there was a blue dumpster parked in the back parking lot area near the fence and now it’s gone. The dumpster was for Rent-A-Center and an employee there said they were doing some remodeling and the dumpster was there for them. An officer will follow up with the dumpster company. No names were provided.
– An unattended child was reported in a motor vehicle in a parking lot at 2495 E. State St. at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, but police were unable to locate the vehicle.
– A broken water line was reported at 11:16 p.m. Monday in the 1900 block of Southeast Boulevard. An officer saw a small amount of water running off of the front lawn of a residence and contacted the homeowner who said the city was already aware and planned to dig in the morning.
– A resident in the 100 block of Ohio Avenue reported at 10:30 p.m. Monday that a suspicious male wearing a hoody was near a vacant apartment and ran from the area, entering an SUV parked in a lot west of the scene and leaving. An officer checked the apartment and affirmed it was locked with no signs of tampering. No names were provided.
– Police responded at 10:06 p.m. Monday to the area of East State Street near Park Avenue for a possible intoxicated male. A man and woman were found on East State Street near Washington Avenue, with the man found intoxicated. The woman walking with him was not. A local cab company came and took them home. No names were provided.
– Police were called at 7:49 p.m. Monday to the 1600 block of South Lincoln Avenue for a welfare check and found a man lying on the living room floor. He said he had low blood sugar. First responders and an ambulance responded and he was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center. No names were provided.
– Traffic charges were pending after a high-speed chase on North Ellsworth Avenue Monday evening. Police were originally called at 5:41 p.m. to the 100 block of West 16th Street for a person to be removed. The caller said the person left walking before officers arrived and he was told his options. He told police the person had been driving a small black car and must have parked it elsewhere. Officers began searching the area and at West 13th noticed a small black car approaching northbound on North Ellsworth at what appeared to be a high rate of speed. The vehicle was clocked traveling 42 mph in a 25 mph zone. Officers activated emergency lights and sirens and started pursuing the vehicle, but it continued pulling away and appeared to be traveling in excess of 75 mph as it passed through the intersection of North Ellsworth and the bypass. Officers lost sight of the car on Route 45 between Route 165 and New Middletown Road.
– A suspicious person was reported at 4:14 p.m. Monday in the 400 block of East School Street, but wasn’t found.
– Police responded at 4:06 p.m. Monday to the 700 block of East Sixth Street for a 911 hangup call. A female resident said she was having trouble with her phone, but there was no emergency. She was told to contact her phone company. No names were provided.
– Police were called to Salem Acres in the 1100 block of Prospect Street at 2:18 a.m. Tuesday for a complaint of a suspicious person knocking on doors. Nobody was found.
– A caller at 1:57 a.m. Tuesday reported a tree down on Egypt Road, but police checked the entire length and found no tree on the road.
– Police spoke at 4:39 p.m. Monday with a Stewart Road resident regarding a civil issue, advising him to contact an attorney regarding the matter. No names were provided.
– A caller at 2:36 p.m. Monday reported a barking dog in the 200 block of Plymouth Place and believed the animal had been abandoned. Police contacted the owner who said they leave the dog at the residence which belonged to a deceased family member during the day and pick it up after work. They were advised of the barking dog ordinance and said they would make other arrangements for the dog. No names were provided.
– A resident from the 900 block of Hartley Avenue called at 1:47 p.m. Monday to report a suspicious vehicle parked in front of his home with no one around. Police located the vehicle and two males and two females from the Toledo area who said they were soliciting in the area. They said they were working for “Just Energy” and were told there was no soliciting permitted in Perry Township. No warrants were found for the four people, but police also found that none of them possessed a valid driver’s license. The vehicle was removed from the road by AAA and the four people walked from the scene. No names were provided.
Lisbon fire call
– Firefighters responded to a fire alarm going off at the county jail at 2:29 p.m. Monday. The false alarm was triggered by steam from inmates taking too much time showering.
– Firefighters responded to a report of a downed power line across Middle Beaver Road near Bowman’s farm at 3:04 p.m. Monday.
– Frank Burchik, U.S. Route 30, Kensington, reported at 8:05 p.m. Sunday he noticed someone had used his prepaid credit card from Walmart. On July 24 a purchase was made at Mario’s Fresh Market in Chicago for 81 cents and in Renton, Washington, at Convergence Blu for $58.95. Then on July 25 someone used his card twice at a Walgreen in Bloomingdale, Ill., for $35. Additionally, there were three transactions at Meijer Market in Bloomingdale, Ill., two for about $36 and one for $57.
– Glenn Whiteleather, Bayard Road, Minerva, reported Sunday on Friday night he saw a late 1990s model brown or light gold Jeep Grand Cherokee with the first three letters of the license plate being either GFD or GFP driving around in his area. The next morning he noticed two 12-volt batteries missing from a large track hoe sitting along the road on his property.
– A truck was reportedly driving erratically at the Mile Branch Grange Fair at 10:13 p.m. Saturday. Steve Swag-gard, a fair trustee, told deputies a silver truck had begun to peel out and then began spinning around. A second truck sitting in the path of the spinning truck made it stop. When the deputy arrived a large mob of people was yelling at the people in the silver truck and a passenger window was broken out. People claimed there was a young girl who was nearly hit when the vehicle was spinning toward her. The driver of the truck was David Blair of Georgia, and his two friends Caleb and Ethan Troyer were also inside. Blair said he and his friends were being harassed by a group of drunk people while walking to their vehicle and they took off in the vehicle to get away from them. That is when the truck spun, people began to chase them and hit his truck. He claimed someone grabbed him and began to choke him. The matter was sent to the prosecutor’s office.
– Dennis Dotson, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 11:06 p.m. Saturday he went to Jason Short’s home to pick up his girlfriend and when he walked in, Short and a man named Tex hit him in the mouth.
– Keven Whitehead, Low Road, Lisbon, reported a Jennings .22-caliber semi automatic pistol missing from a Crestview Road home. He last saw the weapon in 2013 and noticed it missing Friday.
– Gary Davison, Foundry Hill Road, Hanoverton, reported at 7:16 a.m. Friday a truckload of different scrap metals was taken from his yard. Some of the scrap was in oval-shaped buckets.
– Mary Sosack, 16 School Road, Wellsville, reported at 1:50 a.m. July 19 someone has been driving their car in her yard, causing heavy amounts of damage. At 1:32 a.m. she saw a car come into her yard and spin about. She went out, was nearly struck by the vehicle and got the vehicle’s license plate. Deputies went to the home of the vehicle’s owner and found it sitting with fresh grass on the wheels and front bumper. A 15-year-old boy came to the door and deputies asked for his grandmother, the owner of the vehicle. The boy admitted he and his two friends took the vehicle. He drove and they were the passengers while he went through the yard. Deputies told the boys, ages 15 and 16, they would all be cited into juvenile court.
– Ervin Miller, Carmel Achor Road, Rogers, reported at 3:04 p.m. Saturday they are fixing up the home to move in. Two weeks ago he was in the house and found someone took wiring from the house. When he returned Saturday he found most of the windows broken out and an obscenity on a wall. He asked for extra watch on the home due to him being Amish and not having a phone.
– Corey Bartley, Ridgeleigh Drive, Minerva, reported he and his wife are separated and a family member alerted him his children ages 12 and 8 left home while their mother was at work. Claudia Bartley, claimed her husband was only doing this to cause trouble and she believes the children are mature enough to be home alone for a while. Both the mother and children have a protection order against the father, so deputies only told him the children are fine.
– Police responded to the 3000 block of Silliman at 11:56 p.m. Sunday where the woman said that while laying in bed she heard the sound of keys jingle twice along with someone breathing through her open screened-window. She turned on the lights for the back porch and a person darted from in front of her window and around the residence heading toward Creek Road. She was unable to identify if it was a man or woman but the person was wearing a black hoodie, black athletic pants and a black stocking cap and had broad shoulders. Damage was done to peppermint plants under the window.
– Police responded to the 3300 block of Pinewood Drive after a woman said her brother changed the locks to their late mother’s apartment and she was unable to get in and retrieve her belongings. Police noted the woman appeared intoxicated. She refused to listen about calling the apartment manager tomorrow and wanted her brother arrested. She was advised it was a late hour and nothing could be done. No names were provided.
– Police again responded to the 3300 block of Pinewood Drive at 1:23 p.m. Sunday for a welfare check and were advised by a neighbor that the person recently moved. At 3:35 p.m. police made contact with another resident who said everything was OK and she has not been attempting or threatening to harm herself. She further stated she was not answering her brother’s calls because she did not want to speak to him. Their names were not provided.
– Police charged Cory T. Wright, 240 Carbon Hill Road, East Palestine, with criminal trespassing for entering the property at 3281 Boardman St. owned by the village.
– Police received a report at 9 p.m. Friday from a resident in the 3200 block of Creek Road stating his child’s stroller was taken by a a woman he knows. The woman said the man owes her money, but agreed to return the stroller by the end of the day. Their names were not provided.
Police responded to the 3200 block of Silliman Street at 4 p.m. Friday where a woman reported items missing from her garage. Her name was not provided.
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– A loud music complaint on North Jefferson Street was received at 10:15 p.m. Sunday. Police spoke with the responsible parties and they agreed to turn down the music.
– A caller reported there was a reckless driver on North Market Street at 4:43 p.m. Sunday, but the motorist appeared to be driving just fine, according to the police officer.
– Corbin Hall of Chester, W.Va., reportedly backed into a pickup truck operated by Peter Kish of East Liverpool in the Smith Oil parking lot at 3:49 p.m. Sunday. The accident caused minimal damage.
– Sharon Miller, West Washington Street, reported Sunday her partner, Deesta Sheldon, had their children and would not return them. Police called Sheldon, who brought the children to the police department.
– David Mann, Maple Street, reported Sunday he believes his roommate stole some of his medication because some of the pills were missing from the bottle.
– Police were called to Applegrove Apartments at 2 a.m. Sunday in regard to a suicidal tenant who was threatening to cut himself and jump off a bridge. Police arrived and spoke to the man, who agreed to be transported by ambulance to a local hospital to be examined.
– Britton Schultz reported there was a dog locked in an apartment on West Spruce Street at 3 p.m. Thursday, and she believes no one lives there. Police checked with the neighbors, who said someone did live there. Police returned two hours later to see the dog tied up outside.
– Phyllis Abbott reported at 5 p.m. Thursday some youths were swimming in the creek at Willow Grove Dam. Police found the youths, who were known to swim in the area, and advised them against swimming by the dam.
– Corey Miller reported at 10:52 a.m. Friday there were three guys in a green Ford F-150 chasing him on East Lincoln Way and trying to assault him. Miller said he was walking near Smith Oil after getting his prescription filled when they started to yell things at him and he hid in a yard. Miller said the trio were from Coshocton and they were mad because his dog bit one of their friends. Miller was given a ride home by police.
– An officer was driving on Saltwell Road at 7:21 p.m. Friday when he was flagged down by two females, who said their friend, Cynthia Harvey, was being threatened by a neighbor, Rafael Coronando. Police spoke with Coronando, who denied making any such threats and he stated he was not mad at Harvey but at their mutual friend.
– Police were called to a home on North Market Street at 12:56 a.m. Sunday in regard to a fight. Police found Melissa Gentry and Daniel Desellum, who said they had only been arguing, which was confirmed by other witnesses. This was not the first time police had been called to the residence and they said if this happened again charges could result.
– Sean Huff reported at 11:40 a.m. Sunday there was a man in a blue Cobalt northwest on state Route 46 either headed straight on Columbiana-Waterford Road or north on state Route 7 and was drinking a bottle of beer. Police checked but did not find the vehicle.
– Melissa Wells requested at 4:41 p.m. Sunday police escort her to a home on Springfield Road so she could pick up some belongings. Police learned the dispute was regarding a washer/dryer from Aaron’s Rental and both agreed to keep the matter civil. Wells took possession of the washer/dryer.
– Jacqueline Lake, state Route 14, reported at 5:54 p.m. Sunday her license plates were missing or stolen and the registration was taken from her unlocked vehicle while it was parked on state Route 14.
– Someone reported at 7:18 p.m. Sunday someone was driving a four-wheeler on the Little Clippers field in the park. Police checked but did not see any four-wheelers.
– Joshua Clarkson, 38, Wellsville, was cited for driving under suspension at 9:29 p.m. Sunday at the Duke and Duchess parking lot.
– The highway patrol reported at 11:40 p.m. Sunday a possible reckless driver was westbound on state Route 14 in a black raised pickup truck.
– Maureen McNamara, South Bayshore Drive, reported at 1:21 p.m. Saturday her fire alarm would not shut off and she didn’t know why. It was found that smoke was being generated from a pan left on the stove and there were no further problems.
– A woman reported at 7:43 p.m. Saturday there was a dog in a blue Subaru that was parked on South Main for about 10 minutes and the window was cracked and it was barking. Police found the dog to be fine and the driver moved the vehicle.
– Kari Seddon, Salem, was northbound on North Main at 9 p.m. Saturday and turned west onto state Route 14 in front of Anthony Bingham, Leetonia, who was southbound on state Route 46. Seddon was cited for failure to yield making a left turn.
– Margery Slavik, Alice Street, reported at 3 p.m. Sunday her garage door was damaged.
– Crystal Schooley, 32, Beaver Falls, Pa., was cited for speeding and driving under suspension following a traffic stop on East Main Street at 3:59 p.m. Saturday.
– Chelsea Meiring, Miller Road, reported at 4:54 p.m. Saturday Amy Mathey, West Main Street, was causing a problem at American Home Health Care. Police found Mathey walking away from the residence and advised her that her behavior was not acceptable and she needed to stop yelling and carrying on.
– Robert P. Wright, Carbon Hill Road, reported at 7:14 p.m. Saturday his son Cory Wright came to the home to stay with him for the weekend and while there stole some prescription medications and requested he be removed from the property. Police told Cory Wright he would be charged with trespassing if he returned.
– While sitting at the Dacar Industries plant in East End at 12:25 a.m. Saturday, Chief John Lane saw four males coming from the train tracks and heading east on Michigan Avenue. They reportedly took between eight and 10 garden lights from in front of a residence, breaking a couple on the street and continuing to walk with some in their hands. When they passed a truck belonging to Todd Oakes, Michigan Avenue, one of the males – later found to be a juvenile – reportedly broke off the side mirror. When they were stopped by officers, all four had alcohol on their breath, according to reports. Charged with prohibitions and criminal damaging were Steven J. Carman, 19, Bradshaw Avenue and Brad T. Dearth, 18, West Fourth Street, while the two 17-year-olds will be charged through Juvenile Court.
St. Clair Township
– Officers responded Saturday to Glenn Street where Lena Berdine reported Brian D. Powell, 42, same address, had struck her in the face as she intervened between him and her 15-year-old daughter during an altercation. Powell reportedly pushed Berdine into a bedroom and slammed the door closed and also grabbed her daughter by the hair and dragged her through the hallway and into the living room. He then reportedly took his 8-year-old daughter and put her in the car, threw Berdine and her daughter out of the house, locked the door and drove away. Police searched the area for him and the younger daughter and put out a county-wide broadcast for him, to no avail. He was later found back at the house and arrested on two counts of domestic violence. Berdine had reported at 7:45 p.m. that night that Powell assaulted her while they were driving and the argument continued once they reached the house, but she had declined to file charges when police responded to that initial call, and Powell had left prior to their arrival.
– An officer responded to the 200 block of Main Street at 9:22 p.m. July 20 for a report of someone allegedly shooting cats with a BB gun.
– An officer responded to the 200 block of Main Street at 6:54 p.m. Friday for a report of barking dogs at a business.
– A man from a business in the 1500 block of Salem Parkway reported at 11:05 a.m. Monday that a check he mailed out for a business expense was stolen, altered and cashed out of town. The check had been written for a specific amount to a specific company for payment. Someone unknown obtained the check and altered the amount, making it for much more than it was written. The check was cashed at a bank at the Parmatown Mall near Cleveland. Bank security was conducting its own investigation. Neither the name nor the Salem business were identified.
– Joshua Dent, of Liberty Street, reported at 11:32 a.m. Monday that he bought a video game off of eBay and when he got his mail, the package was already open. He went to the post office and was told the package was sealed up when it arrived and sealed upon delivery.
– Zachary Cox, of Maple Street, reported at 10:44 a.m. Monday that he found some type of substance all over his vehicle when he came outside in the morning. The substance appeared to be some kind of cake batter.
– Carl Houdyshell, 47, of Park Avenue, was cited for reasonable control after the vehicle he was driving at 12:23 a.m. Monday traveled off of the right side of North Lincoln Avenue in the 1500 block, struck a speed limit sign, went into a ditch and struck a fire hydrant and utility pole. Houdyshell was transported to Salem Regional Medical Center by EMT for non-incapacitating injuries. Both the fire and police departments responded, with the police report noting he fell asleep at the wheel, causing the vehicle to go off of the road.
– Police were called at 5:26 a.m. Monday to an animal complaint in the 200 block of East Third Street where an officer found a skunk with its head stuck in a yogurt cup. The officer removed the cup.
– Graffiti was reported in the 200 block of Pennsylvania Avenue at 7:57 a.m. Monday.
– Police responded to Burger King, 1761 E. State St., early Monday and checked the exterior before the restaurant closed. There were concerns of a problem between employees and a customer from a previous incident.
– Rodney Herron, who owns a property in the 400 block of Franklin Street, reported at 4:38 p.m. Sunday that an unknown person had been on the front porch of the residence and took at least one bag of items. A neighbor said there had been two people in the vehicle. He was told his options.
– A spokesman for Busy Beaver, 2340 E. State St., reported at 3:15 p.m. Sunday that two males took a tool known as a Rockwell Sonicrafter and ran past all points of sale. They left in a white Jeep Liberty southbound through the plaza parking lot. The item was valued at $130.
– Jeffrey Bash, 53, of Maple Street, was cited for a red light violation after the northbound vehicle he was driving on Southeast Boulevard at 3:06 p.m. Sunday failed to stop for a red light at the East Pershing Street intersection and was struck by an eastbound vehicle on Pershing driven by Alek Vanhorn, 19, of Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, who reportedly had the green light at the intersection. A passenger in the Vanhorn vehicle, Melissa Muniz, 18, of West Wilson Street, was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center for a possible injury.
– Jeremy C. Hall, of West Virginia, was cited for display of plates and expired license after a traffic stop at 3:14 p.m. Sunday on state Route 344 near old 558 extension.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of Prospect Street to Salem Acres for a report of a possible prowler attempting to gain access through a window at 12:15 a.m. Monday. The caller heard a noise and checked the window and noticed a person running from the residence. The person was wearing jeans and a black jacket. Nobody was found.
– Christopher Williams, 38, of 757 Sophia St., East Liverpool, was cited for driving under child support suspension and taken into custody on an active warrant for child support after a traffic stop at 1:18 p.m. Saturday on South Lincoln Avenue.
– Police responded at 2:13 p.m. Monday to the 100 block of South Howard Avenue for one to be removed from a residence. A man said his girlfriend had been residing with him for a month and they recently separated and he wants her out. She said she’s waiting for a ride from out of town to pick her up and her belongings. Since she’s not evicted, officers told him she can’t be removed. They were told to avoid conflict until her ride arrives.
– Officers on patrol at 11:06 p.m. Sunday ran a registration check on a vehicle parked at a closed business in the 200 block of South Lincoln Avenue and discovered a BMV order to confiscate the vehicle registration. Officers removed both front and rear license plates.
– A man on Jones Drive reported at 10:18 p.m. Sunday that a known person has been calling his phone and threatening him. An officer made contact with the suspect and told him the legal consequences if the calls don’t stop. He alleged that the man had threatened him and he was making a report with Sebring Police. Both were told to have no contact with each other.
– Suspicious activity was reported at 10:05 p.m. Sunday in the 1800 block of Merle Road where a vehicle was found legally parked. The owner was contacted and made aware of the location and said a family member was driving the vehicle.
– A woman at 7:44 p.m. Sunday reported an incident occurred earlier in the day at a restaurant in the 1800 block of East State Street. She said another person at the location forcibly knocked an item out of her hands. She was told to contact the owner.
– A man in the 500 block of Walnut Street reported at 12:21 p.m. Sunday that his neighbor was getting into his personal business. He was told his options.
– A domestic dispute was reported at 9:06 p.m. Sunday in the 1800 block of South Lincoln Avenue where police spoke with both parties and learned it was just verbal.
– A caller at 5:15 p.m. Sunday reported cows running loose across the road in the 1700 block of state Route 344. The cows were located behind a garage, but police were unable to make contact with the possible owner. The animals were not a hazard at the time.
– A resident in the 1100 block of Prospect Street at Salem Acres reported at 2:38 p.m. Sunday that when she woke up her front door was wide open and all the lights were on. She advised a male she met online had taken her keys from her at a gas station in Alliance and she believes he entered her residence. Nothing was damaged or taken. She was told to change the locks and file a report with Alliance Police regarding her keys being taken.
– Officers and EMT Ambulance responded to a report at 3:40 a.m. Sunday of an assault at Salem Acres. A male fled the apartment and was apprehended but was found not to be involved. The victim was transported to Salem Regional Medical Center with a head laceration. Statement forms were left with two female witnesses and officers attempted to speak with the victim at the hospital but he refused to cooperate.
– Police and KLG Ambulance responded to a report of a man choking at a residence at Salem Acres on Prospect Street. The caretaker/sister had dislodged the blockage before the officer and ambulance arrived. The man said he was all right and was checked by medical personnel but refused to go to the hospital.
– A Salem Acres resident on Prospect Street reported at 11:23 p.m. Saturday that someone kept knocking on her doors and windows. Officers checked the area and spoke to neighbors but did not get a description of the suspect.
– A West Perry Street resident called at 10:25 p.m. Saturday for a civil complaint regarding allegedly slanderous comments made on Facebook. An officer advised the man to speak to an attorney to discuss his legal options.
– Officers were called at 9:08 p.m. Saturday for a female taking too much medication in the 1000 block of Stewart Road. She had a chronic back condition and was in a severe amount of pain. She was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– A caller at 11:28 a.m. Saturday reported a young child running around unsupervised in the 1100 block of Prospect Street at Salem Acres. Police made contact with the parents who said they didn’t know the child had left the residence and said the child would not leave again. Information will be sent to Children Services.
– Steven M. Wright, 18, Jimtown Road, East Palestine, was cited with no license and failure to have reasonable control after he was northbound on Hunston Road in Unity Township at 6:25 p.m. July 19, spun counter clockwise across the center line and off the left side of the road and struck a wire attached to a utility pole. Wright initially fled, but was found by East Palestine police.
– Kelly A. Peppel, 22, Kelly Park Drive, Columbiana, was following a John Deer tractor and hay bailer driven eastbound on state Route 172 in Center Township by Jeffrey A. Baker, 52, state Route 172, East Rochester, at 9:50 a.m. Friday. Peppel went to pass the Baker at the same time Baker turned left into a driveway and the two collided. No injuries were reported.
– Chad D. Fowler, 29, Salem Grange Road, Salem, was westbound on Salem Grange Road in Salem Township at 3:46 a.m. Saturday. He drove off the right side of the roadway striking a culvert, mailbox and utility pole. Fowler was cited with OVI and failure to have reasonable control.
– Christian N. Glavasis, 21, Canton, was westbound on state Route 172 in West Township at 9:05 a.m. Saturday when he went off the right side of the roadway, struck a ditch and embankment and then fled the scene. He was cited with OVI.
– Justin H. Childs, 39, Hackett, Ark., was driving a semi northbound on state Route 11 in Fairfield Township at 2:36 p.m. Saturday followed by Amanda N. Carrigan, 30, Wheeling, W.Va. Carrigan’s car struck Childs from behind. She was suffered minor injuries and was cited with assured clear distance, OVI and a seat belt violation.
– Francis R. Day, 26, Camille Street, Hanoverton, was eastbound on state Route 558 in Salem Township at 5:40 a.m. Thursday when he drove off the right side of the road, striking both a curve sign and a utility pole. Day was uninjured and cited with reasonable control.
– Patricia A. Pesta, 64, Rayland, was southbound on state Route 7 in Middleton Township at 4:20 p.m. Friday when an oncoming vehicle driven by Christopher R. Pew, 28, Wyoming Avenue, East Liverpool, made a left turn in front of her causing the vehicles to collide. Pesta, Pew and Pew’s passenger, Rikki L. Hunter, 23, East Liverpool Road, Lisbon, were all taken to East Liverpool City Hospital by Negley EMS with minor injuries. Pew was cited with failure to yield the right of way.
– Brian L. Bell, 22, state Route 45, Wellsville, struck at deer at 5:25 p.m. Friday while driving northeast on Cameron Road in Madison Township.
– Virginia L. Mills, 47, Buffalo Road, Kensington, was southbound on Myers Road in West Township at 7 p.m. Tuesday when she failed to maintain control, went off the left side of the road and ended up in a swampy area. She was uninjured and cited with failure to control and OVI fourth offense.
– Steven R. Morris, 39, state Route 172, Lisbon, was westbound on Cemetery Road in Hanover Township at 5 p.m. Wednesday when he went off the right side of the road and struck the end the side of the bridge. He was uninjured. Morris was cited with OVI, driving under a failure to reinstate suspension and failure to control.
– Robert R. Westover, 39, Hazel Run Road, Hammondsville, was westbound on state Route 39 in Washington Township at 2:45 p.m. Tuesday when the trailer of the truck he was driving became unattached. The trailer went off the northside of the road, struck a guardrail and overturned. He was cited with a towing requirement violation.
– William T. Lewis, 58, Hunter Camp Road, Lisbon, was eastbound on Adams Road in Center Township at 7:10 p.m. July 21. Helen E. Henderson, 50, Sprucevale Road, East Liverpool, was northbound on Lisbon Road when Lewis pulled from a stop sign into her path causing her to strike his vehicle. No injuries were reported. Lewis was cited with failure to yield.
– Jack Amato, Old Irondale Road, reported at 8:20 a.m. Sunday multiple people have been riding ATVs and camping on his property. Deputies checked the area, but did not find anyone.
– James Skeens, McKee Road, Wellsville, reported an abandoned vehicle on the road at 8:28 a.m. Sunday, but the vehicle had been moved before deputies arrived.
– Ty Tomlinson, Butler Grange Road, Salem, was concerned at 11:42 a.m. Sunday about his daughter, home from Akron University for the summer causing problems at home. Deputies explained it is a civil matter.
– Lynn Filippini, state Route 170, East Palestine, reported at 11:32 a.m. Sunday while she was in the Negley United Methodist Church, someone broke out the rear passenger’s side vent window on her 2000 Pontiac Grand Am. She could not find a rock or anything inside the back seat of the car. She was parked in the back of the church in the last parking spot.
– Police responded to Painter Road just east of Western Reserve Avenue at 5:58 a.m. Sunday for a tree that was down. The street department was advised and police stood by until it was cleared.
– Andrea A. Baddeley, 1007 New Garden Avenue, was arrested for domestic violence at 1:27 a.m. Sunday after police spoke to the victim and observed physical violence had occurred.
– Police responded to the 600 block of East Euclid Street at 12:10 a.m. Sunday for a report of a loud explosion and smoke from behind a residence, but nothing was observed.
– Police responded to the 500 block of East State at 3:44 a.m. Sunday to assist firefighters but were advised they no longer needed assistance.
– Police responded to the 1000 block of New Garden at 5:29 p.m. Saturday and tried to locate a missing juvenile from Jefferson County. They learned the family no longer lives there.
– Police responded to the 1900 block of East State at 6:21 p.m. Saturday regarding a situation concerning her grandson and was advised of the options.
– A mother and daughter were at the police station at 12:39 a.m. Sunday regarding a property issue. The mother wanted keys to a residence they shared until July 26. They were advised it was a civil matter.
– Police responded to the 900 block of South Lundy at 6:48 p.m. Saturday for a neighbor dispute. The complainant advised neighbors walk through her yard when her dog is tied there and is concerned it might bite one of them. Police spoke to the neighbor and advised them to stay off the property for their own safety.
– Police responded to the 200 block of Roosevelt at 8:50 p.m. Saturday where the complainant advised of a possible attempt to enter her home by an unknown person. She was advised of the options.
– Police responded to the 200 block of South Union at 7:04 a.m. Sunday where the complaint advised a white trailer was parked in an unnamed alley. Police will check with the zoning office to clarify the alley boundaries.
– Traci L. Stephens, 34, Youngstown, was traveling north on Low Road in Elkrun Township at 1:40 p.m. Monday and attempted to backup into a private driveway when she struck a mailbox. She was cited for improper backing.
-William T. Lewis, 58, was traveling east on Adams Road in Center Township at 7:10 p.m. Monday when he failed to yield at a stop sign and was hit by Helen E. Henderson, 50, Sprucevale Road, East Liverpool. Lewis was cited for failure to yield.
– Debra L. Moore, 53, Saltwell Road, Lisbon, was heading north on the entrance ramp of state Route 11 in Elkrun Township at 11:20 a.m. Monday when she struck the center cement median and a traffic sign. Moore was cited for failure to control.
– Christopher Beaver, 42, Riffle Road, New Waterford, was traveling east on state Route 154 in Middleton Township at 6:50 a.m. Monday when he struck a deer.
– Pamela L. Wilson, 46, Hopedale, was traveling south on Rochester Road in West Township at 11:01 a.m. July 20 and was attempting to cross U.S. Route 30 when she went through the stop sign and was struck by Philip E. French, 38, Minerva, who was traveling east on U.S. Route 30. Both drivers were treated at the scene for minor injuries. One of French’s passengers, Donna E. French, 41, was taken to Alliance City Hospital for minor injuries. The other passenger, Alexis E. Koroluk, 19, was not injured. Wilson was cited for failure to yield.
– A natural gas odor was reported at 10:14 a.m. Friday in the area of East Salem Street. The gas company was called and responded.
– Joe Rich reported at 1:52 p.m. Friday equipment was discovered missing from USA Concrete on Nulf Drive.
– A South Vine Street resident reported at 5:27 p.m. Friday a boy threatened criminal mischief through a social media account.
– Police responded to reported suspicious activity at 9:06 p.m. in the area of Beverly Drive, where a man, reportedly 18 years old, was walking up and down people’s driveways. Officers were unable to find the man in question, and also spoke to some people walking from a block party on Eldon Court, who did not see anything either.
– Zoning violations were reported Saturday for high grass and weeds, and notices will be sent to the following owners:
Kathy L. McCarthy, 60, North Liberty Street, owner of Hilltop Market, North Market Street.
Simon Kateri, 51, Park Avenue.
SJA Investments, owner of property on East Clark Street.
Sandra Hardcastle, 72, state Route 14, New Waterford, owner of property on West Clark Street.
James M. Renner, 49, Beaver Falls, Pa., owner of property on South Market Street.
– Heather N. Colwell, Bacon Avenue, reported at 5:32 p.m. July 15 two women, Jamie Artrup, Bye Road, Rogers, and Amanda Cope, Bacon Avenue, drove past Colwell’s residence and flipped off her children. The matter was determined as a custody dispute, and all parties were advised to leave each other alone.
– A Park Avenue resident reported at 11:36 p.m. July 15 a man was standing outside another neighbor’s apartment and wanted to fight. An officer spoke with John Lewis, who acknowledged he was the one yelling, and he was advised to stop.
– Christine R. Peterson, South Street, reported at 10:05 p.m. Thursday her boyfriend, Murdo Urquhart, smashed her phone and broke the window of her front door. He left the residence prior to an officer’s arrival.
– Julia D. Setney, East Clark Street, reported at 7:26 p.m. Thursday some juveniles caused damage to her 1990 Chevrolet car.
– Police were called to an East Rebecca Street residence at 11:04 p.m. Thursday where Douglas Brayshaw, 49, and his brother were arguing. Both fled out the back door upon an officer’s arrival, and officers spotted Brayshaw on North Market Street, where he was apprehended and was tased after proceeding to resist arrest. Brayshaw was cited for obstructing official business, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
– An open door of a closed business was reported at 9:30 p.m. Friday on South Lincoln Avenue. All doors were secured upon an officer’s arrival.
– Karen Mehno, Edgewood Drive, requested someone to be removed from her residence at 9:17 p.m. Friday. The person in question left the area upon an officer’s arrival, and the person was never located.
– A barking dog was reported at 8:58 p.m. Friday at a West State Street home. Officers attempted to contact the owner but was unsuccessful, and left a warning notice on the front door.
– Police responded to a fight at 8:52 p.m. Friday on West State Street after witnesses reported a man beaten with his cane and kicked by Heather R. Moore, 40, Minerva. The man was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center. Moore was cited for assault, and was taken to the county jail after she was processed at the station.
– Josh Beery, East Seventh Street, spoke with an officer at 6:18 p.m. Friday regarding a situation with a family member.
– A domestic dispute was reported at 5:46 p.m. Friday in the area of Franklin Avenue and South Lundy Avenue, where a man had reported struck a woman several times. Officers spoke with the victims, who had multiple visible injuries, and the man in question, Gage B. Mountz, 21, St. Jacobs-Logtown Road, Lisbon, was located by another officer on Oak Street. Mountz was cited for domestic violence.
– Tammy J. Mason, 41, state Route 30, Lisbon, was cited at 12:37 a.m. Saturday for headlights and driving under suspension for a drug offense after she was stopped on North Lincoln Avenue, where an officer observed her traveling on East State Street without her headlights on.
– Barbara J. Culler, Walnut Street, reported at 11:02 a.m. Saturday a man being either mental or disturbed. An officer later learned the man was just trying to take his air conditioner apart and was getting upset.
– Ron Wilson, Goshen Road, reported at 10:11 a.m. Saturday, former tenants on Columbia Street entered the residence to retrieve several old items. Wilson reported no signs of forced entry, and believed they may have had a key.
– A Lisbon man reported at 8:37 a.m. Saturday he saw a boy got out of a vehicle near the railroad tracks on South Ellsworth Avenue and picked up a duffel bag before getting back in the vehicle.
– A wallet was turned in at 12:35 p.m. Saturday. The owner of the wallet could not be reached since his phone was disconnected.
– Kathy Show, Desellem Road, Lisbon, reported at 7:50 p.m. Thursday her son threw things around her house and broke the storm door. She also believed her son and his friend stole a Dewalt Radial Arm Saw from the home. Her son reportedly told her he took it to Prestige Pawn in Chester, W.Va. and got $30 for it. He also asked her for $20 and when she refused he began to tear up the house. Then he took a new, 18-inch Poulan Chainsaw and left.
– Deputies attempted to check on two people at a home on Salem-Alliance Road for an employee of Family Recovery at 3:54 p.m. Thursday. The neighbor told deputies they had moved to Salem, but she did not know where.
– Venita Tschappatt, Clewell Drive, Lisbon, reported at 8:23 p.m. Thursday she recently broke up with her boyfriend, but he continues to call and text her. Deputies left him a message requesting he stop.
– Rudy Cyphert, Spillway Road, Lisbon, reported at 4 p.m. Thursday someone broke off several pieces of his wooden fence. He was unsure when it happened.
– Jessy Castelucci, U.S. Route 62, Salem, reported a man cursing at everyone in the trailer park and taunting them to fight. Deputies found Anthony Farland, 49, who lives in a trailer on lot 201, and appeared very intoxicated. Deputies tried to explain to him this was the second week in a row they were called there for the same behavior, adding he needed to go inside and remain there. About five minutes later, deputies saw him come back out and start yelling and cursing again. He was charged with disorderly conduct and taken to the county jail.
– A domestic argument was reported in the area of Camp Boulevard at 10:19 p.m. Thursday. Deputies spoke to Sarah Weddell, who said her parents were arguing earlier and her mother left. Deputies checked the area for both the mother and father, but neither were still around.
– Denise Hays, Wellsville Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 10:08 p.m. Thursday a man she knows has been driving around the neighborhood recklessly, and she asked him to slow down. The man reported cursed at her and threatened her if she did not be quiet about it. Deputies told her to avoid him and contact them if he is driving recklessly again.
– Melody DeWitt, Lusk Lock Road, Lisbon, reported at 11:04 p.m. Thursday she applied for a job with Gaston Roberts on the Ohio Means Jobs website. The company is supposed to be in Leetonia. After applying she heard from a company, the Shumaker Group, which set up a chat session with her via Yahoo Messenger. After chatting with them, she was told they would send her a check in the mail to purchase the computer equipment she needed for the job. She started researching the company and learned someone has been using the company name Shumaker Group as a scam. She was advised her to contact local police.
– Broken windows were reported at McKinley School at 7:07 p.m. Thursday. Police found a window in the east side of the building with the outer window pane broken, but the inner pane intact. The window to the left of the first window had a hole in it, which appeared to have been made by a BB.
– Reece Lewis, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 9:12 a.m. Wednesday his wallet was stolen while he was at the Columbiana County Municipal Court Building on Saltwell Road. It appears when Lewis got there his wallet fell out of his vehicle in the parking lot and he did not realize it until later. A woman reportedly got out of the vehicle next to him when he pulled away, picked up the wallet and walked toward the front door. She went inside briefly, but left without turning the wallet in. Police were unable to identify the woman or the vehicle yet.
– Police asked the renter at a yellow home on East Lincoln Way to clean up the trash in the yard on Wednesday morning.
– Someone reported men walking and talking loudly on East Washington Street heading in the direction of Pondi’s at 3:16 a.m. Wednesday. The men were reportedly wearing baggy shorts and light colored shirts. Police did not locate them.
– Police spoke to both Nicole Hilton and Chris Brown, West Chestnut Street, Lisbon at 1:40 p.m. Tuesday about them making multiple calls to police about threats and harassment. Chief Mike Abraham told them if police were called there again for similar matters, they would both be arrested. The two stated they both understood. She reportedly has filed an eviction with the court, and Brown is moving out by the weekend.
– Gary Shell, North Market Street, Lisbon, reported at 12:24 p.m. Tuesday several items have been stolen from his home since noon on Monday. He has lost a 15,000 BTU window air conditioner, a beige wooden swing, outdoor silver glass lamps and a six-foot blue fiberglass ladder. Police spoke to Scott Rudder, who had been mowing the grass for Shell. Rudder said he did not know who took the items, but he also had a weed eater stolen when he left it there.
– Thomas P. Beckam, 51, Struthers, was southbound on state Route 7 approaching the entrance of Valero at 7:40 a.m. Thursday when a northbound vehicle driven by Geril L. Day, 29, East Metz Road, turned left in front of him. Day’s vehicle was struck by Beckam’s vehicle and pushed into a vehicle sitting in the exit of Valero owned by Sandra J. Balog, Goshen Road, Salem, and driven by Jennifer L. Justice, 40, Goshen Road, Salem. No injuries were reported. Day was cited with failure to yield on a left turn.
– Police assisted the EMS at 4:39 p.m. Thursday after a person fell at the First Christian Church.
– Someone reported a tan Chevy Blazer on state Route 7 near the intersection of state Route 14, swerving at 6:42 p.m. Thursday. The vehicle was not located.
– A group of suspicious people standing around the Industrial Drive Self Storage were reported at 8:20 p.m. Thursday. Police checked the area and found no problems.
– Damage was reported at 8:53 p.m. Thursday to a flower bed on the walking trail in the park. The person reportedly noticed on Tuesday someone had pulled flowers out and threw them into the pond. A few lights were also damaged.
– Police responded to the 600 block of East 6th Street at 10:50 a.m. where the complainant advised the neighbor across the street pulls into her drive to turn around. An officer spoke to the neighbor he advised he wouldn’t go on her property anymore.
– Police responded to a report of an intoxicated motorist southbound on Woodland Ave. at 7:55 a.m. Friday. The area was checked and nothing was found.
– Police responded to the 700 block of East State Street at 7:14 a.m. Friday where the complainant advised a Columbia Gas employee struck a sign with a company truck on Thursday. He advised a tree was blocking the view of the sign and the truck hit it causing a cracked mirror. The truck operator was on vacation and said he would file a report when he returned. A note was left for the street department to check the sign.
– Police stopped a moped on East Pershing Street and South Lundy Avenue at 3:06 a.m. Friday for no tail light and Daniel M. Elliott, 1144 E. Pershing St., was cited for driving under suspension, fictitious plates and an expired registration.
– At 12:50 a.m. Friday police observed a suspicious vehicle stopped on Cherry Street and neither person had a valid operators license. The driver, Willie F. Smith, 173 Roslyn Drive, Youngstown, was cited for driving under a drug offense license suspension.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Franklin Avenue at 4:38 p.m. Thursday and several items were taken from the residence without the owner’s permission. The complainant was advised of the options.
– Police responded to the 200 block of Vine Avenue at 7:14 p.m. Thursday where the complainant advised that a known man was calling and texting her cell phone, and she wanted it to stop. Contact was made with the man, and he was advised to stop.
– Police responded to the 500 block of Franklin Avenue where the complainant advised the door handle was either tampered with or gone faulty and wanted it documented.
– Police again responded to the 400 block of Franklin Avenue at 5:09 p.m. Thursday where the complainant advised people were trespassing on the property and believed that former tenants broke into it. He was advised of the options.
– Police responded to the 800 block of Pennsylvania Avenue at 1:05 p.m. for traffic control after for a transformer fire at Ventra Salem.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Franklin Avenue at 2:13 p.m. Thursday where the complainant advised a rental property was entered through a basement window that was already broken out. The owner was not sure what was taken. The incident is under investigation.
– Police responded to the 1000 block of East 10th Street at 1:51 p.m. Thursday along with firefighters and an EMT crew for a woman who fell and was unable to get to the door. She was taken to the hospital.
– Police observed a door open on an abandoned residence in the 1100 block of Prospect Street at 6:25 p.m. Thursday and secured it once it was checked inside.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of Prospect Street at 5:23 p.m. Thursday for a report of harassment. The complainant said a person yelled at him for playing basketball on the basketball court and told him to stop. Police spoke to the other person who said he was tired of hearing the basketball bounce on the ground. Police advised him the other person had every right to play basketball during the regulated hours on the court and that he should speak to the management.
– The Salem police were called to report a loud and possible underage party on Highland East. Upon arrival in the area, police did not observe anyone outside and heard no loud music or disturbance of any kind. The area was monitored for a short time before the officer cleared the call.
– Anthony Brletich, Glasgow Road, reported someone stole two tires and rims from his driveway.
– Tracy Van Giesen, Hunter Camp Road, Lisbon, reported Wednesday she has been trying to remove a trailer from property on Bye Road but the owners of the property will not allow her on the property to take it. Deputies spoke to property owners Beverly and Donald Sokoloski, who said they had signed over the trailer to Van Giesen awhile back with the understanding that she would remove it. They said their new trailer is to be delivered on Thursday and she had had long enough to remove the old one, so they had gone to the title department and filed for a new title and would do what they needed to do to remove the old one.
– Violet Mellon, Roller Coaster Road, reported Tuesday the passenger’s side front window was broken out of her pickup truck while the truck was parked on the patio at her home. She told deputies this is the fifth time in the past two months she has had a problem, with drilled out gas tanks and broken windows also occurring.
– Sally Morgan, Saint Jacob-Logtown Road, Lisbon, reported Tuesday she received a phone message stating she owed money to the Internal Revenue Service. She learned through the IRS fraud page that this is a nation-wide scam.
– Deputies were asked by officials of the East Liverpool Veterans Clinic to conduct a welfare check on a resident of Pine Hollow Road in Rogers on Tuesday, due to a suicide threat. They arrived at the home and were advised by the man’s sister-in-law he had been there 15 minutes earlier, picked up some things from his camper and left. They checked some areas the man is known to frequent, but he could not be found.
– Linda Grate, McCracken Road, Salem, reported Wednesday she was outside with her goats and a neighbor stood on his fence, shook his fist at her and yelled at her in a threatening manner. She asked for a report to be on file.
– Erin Lake, Maple Street, reported Wednesday her neighbor’s dog was loose in her yard and bit her 3-year-old son, saying it is an every day occurrence that the dog is loose, although this is the first time it has bitten. She said the owner has several dogs that run loose at different times. The dog’s owner, Becki Kennedy, told officers are dogs are normally leashed but this time the dog got out when her son opened the door and it had gone to be with her daughter, who was at Lake’s. Kennedy told officers her daughter said the dog bit because the boy’s father hit it.
– A man reported at 12:05 p.m. Tuesday the lot behind the fire department is being trashed. Extra patrols will be initiated.
– David S. VanHorn was stopped on Railroad Street at South Middle Street at 3:47 p.m. Tuesday due to a possible suspended license. Police found there was suspected marijuana and paraphernalia in the vehicle. VanHorn was cited with possession of drug paraphernalia.
– Someone reported at 4:35 p.m. Tuesday a suspicious woman, about 22-years-old, who was on the walking trail in the park and was carrying a bag, which appeared lighter when she came out of the woods. Police checked the area, but did not find anyone matching her description.
– A woman reported at 12:05 a.m. Wednesday, her ex locked her out of the house on North Elm Street and will not let her back in to retrieve her belongings.
– A private property crash was reported at the Whispering Pines Golf Course lot at 6:05 p.m. Tuesday. No further details were provided.
– Three suspicious men were reported at 4:39 a.m. Wednesday, heading into town on Heck Road. Police checked the area, but did not locate the vehicle.
– A woman reported at 11:27 a.m. Wednesday there is a vehicle parked on Court Street around the clock and there are two semi trucks coming to make deliveries. She wanted the vehicle moved. Police spoke to the owner, who agreed to move it.
– Dan Duley, Youngstown, was northbound on Fairfield Avenue approaching Metz Road at 12:44 p.m. Wednesday when a vehicle driven eastbound by Daniel Esenwein of Columbiana on Metz Road failed to yield at the intersection causing the vehicle’s to collide. Both an ambulance and firefighters were called to assist at the scene and the drivers were both injured. Esenwein was cited with failure to yield.
– A disabled vehicle was reported at the intersection of Fairfield and Howard Streets at 1:44 p.m. Wednesday. Police transported the owner of the vehicle to Wind Rose Apartments.
– A woman was reported asking people for money in the Sparkle Plaza parking lot at 5:05 p.m. Wednesday. She was no longer there when police arrived.
– A reckless driver was reported at 6:06 p.m. Wednesday by the Highway Patrol. The vehicle reportedly exited state Route 11 onto state Route 344 and was heading toward Columbiana. Police found the vehicle already at the registered owner’s house and unoccupied.
– The resident of an East Main Street home reported at 7:06 p.m. Tuesday she was concerned about a suspicious vehicle going past her home. Police checked the area, but did not find a vehicle matching the description.
– A disturbance was reported at 5:29 p.m. Tuesday in the 1200 block of Bacon Avenue. Michael L. Kleean told police he was inside his vehicle when three separate vehicles blocked him from moving. People in the vehicles were also yelling at him. He said the same people have been driving past his home, honking their horns and making obscene gestures to his children when they are in the front yard.
– A theft of a flash drive from a game was reported at 10:30 p.m. Monday at an East Rebecca Street home. However, the device was later found to have been misplaced.
– A state Route 558 woman reported Wednesday a fellow trailer park resident is always staring at her 10-year-old, “creeping” him out. He also was staring at her that evening. The man denied staring at the boy or his mother. He said he does watch over the playground when his children are there.
– An officer responded to a West Perry Street home at 12:53 p.m. Sunday for a well-being check, but found the home in Perry Township. The officer did speak with the resident who said she had just laid taken a nap.
– An officer responded to an East State Street business at 11:51 a.m. Wednesday where a woman reported her purse had been in a cart that someone had taken while she wasn’t looking. The cart was discovered in another department, with nothing missing from the purse.
– Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 200 block of South Howard Avenue at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday in which a woman reported her juvenile son had been upset and causing problems.
– Officers were speaking with a man on station at 4:08 p.m. Wednesday when he became emotionally overwhelmed and had to be transported to the hospital for evaluation.
– Officers responded to the 200 block of West Wilson Street at 6:17 p.m. Wednesday where a resident reported possible marijuana plants behind a home that were found to be only weeds with a vague resemblance to the plant.
– Officers spoke with an East Fifth Street resident on station at 4:59 p.m. Wednesday who reported that she had had a physical altercation with her boyfriend resulting in a small scratch on her neck. She said she did not wish to pursue charges, though.
– A patrolling officer at 1:10 a.m. Thursday saw a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of a North Madison Avenue business, but found no criminal activity.
– An officer responded to an Arch Street home at 1:15 a.m. Thursday where first responders reported an aggressive large dog interfering with a medical call. The dog was under control by the time the officer arrived.
Goshen Police District
– Kyle M. Brady, 25, East Sparta, was arrested on an active warrant out of Summit County for possesion of drugs (heroin) following a traffic stop on state Route 165 in Goshen Township at 9:04 p.m. Tuesday in which he was a passenger. The driver, Wesley Bryan Walsh, 23, of Akron, was cited for speeding.
Chantel B. Wilson, 26, of Monaca, Pa.: Domestic battery, disorderly conduct, public intoxication; July 16.
Tonia M. Jenkins, 50, of New Cumberland: Domestic battery; July 16.
Pablo Oscar Ortiz-Rogue, 34, of New Cumberland: Trespassing, resisting arrest; July 12.
Charles J. Ripley, 32, of Newell: Failure to pay child support; July 11.
Allison Marie George, 31, of Steubenville: Capias (probation violation); July 11.
Brandon W. Pinnell, 28, of Steubenville: Robbery (first degree); July 11.
Cody Alan Churchill, 20, of Weirton: Petit larceny; July 10.
Heather Marie Reed, 30, of Newell: Possession of firearm by prohibited person; July 8.
Shannon Lee Alford, 44, of New Cumberland: Driving under the influence; July 6.
Mark J. Blancato, 37, of Steubenville: Fleeing on foot, escape; July 5.
Tammy Evelyn Anderson, 53, of Newell: Petit larceny (Hampshire County warrant); July 5.
Ruth Ann Royal, 37, of Newell: Petit larceny (Hampshire County warrant); July 5.
Ronald G. Mack, 44, of Newell: Domestic battery; July 4.
Patrick H. Dray, 39, of Chester: Possession of cocaine; July 2.
Steven E. Cunningham, 23, of Wellsville: Capias (failure to appear), no child restraint, driving under suspension (administrative), seat belt violation; July 2.
Brian K. Manges, 41, of Weirton: Capias; July 1.
Clayton J. Settle, 65, of New Cumberland: Assault on an officer; June 30.
Gerald D. Reed, 21, of Chester: Fleeing in a vehicle, reckless driving; June 30.
Leah Elizabeth Cuppy, 24, of New Cumberland: Domestic battery; June 29.
– Shane Thompson, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported Tuesday two of his roommates were threatening to kill him as one held a machete. His roommates, Alisa Groff and Justin Wallace, told deputies that Thompson was the one with the machete who threatened to kill Wallace after an argument ensued because both men believed they were going to marry Groff. Thompson’s mother came to pick him up, and information was forwarded to the prosecutor for review.
– Jason Crawford, state Route 154, Negley, reported Tuesday he had argued with a man who has been staying in his garage the past two months and he wanted the man to leave for the night. Crawford was advised of the eviction procedure, and deputies talked with the other man, who agreed to leave voluntarily the next day.
– Gina Smith, Salineville, reported she let a man use her van to take a woman home and he was concerned because it had not been returned and that she knew neither the man nor woman has a valid driver’s license. She later called to report the van had been returned.
– Deputies responded to Edwards Circle, Columbiana, where Alexander Sage complained that his father, Anson, shoved him to the floor. His father told deputies there was an argument about his son turning 21 years old at midnight and wanting him to bring beer home, which he refused to allow. The elder Sage said his son “flipped out” and clenched his fist as though to strike him, so he grabbed his son and placed him on the floor, advising him to calm down. The younger Sage said he was thrown on the floor. Deputies spoke to both men and an understanding was reached.
– Deputies responded to an accident scene Tuesday at Buffalo Road where Virginia Mills, address not listed, reportedly said her boyfriend had assaulted her the previous day. She told deputies she was afraid he was going to harm her again that day so that was why she was driving while intoxicated. She was advised to contact the department the next day to make a statement.
– Duane Oyster, Buck Road, Alliance, reported Tuesday he returned home to find the front door open and the window broken out. Missing were a pill bottle filled with quarters, laptop and a tool box with tools.
– Larry Landsberger, Depot Road, Salem, reported his ex-wife will not stop calling him and asked a deputy to contact her. A deputy left her a message.
– Karen Painter, Roberts Road, Lisbon, reported Tuesday that her mother’s neighbors on Shady Lane in Lisbon have an extension cord running to her mother’s trailer and asked deputies to disconnect it. Deputies found no such extension cord and, in speaking to the man living next door, were told that a cord lying in the yard is from an old utility pole that had been removed and replaced.
– Heather Earl, Edward Circle, Columbiana, reported Monday she was speaking with her ex-husband on the telephone about custody issues involving their child when her husband’s current wife picked up the phone and threatened to kill her. Mr. Earl’s current wife, Ashley, told deputies that she heard his ex-wife referring to her “retarded kids” and she did take the phone. Her children are autistic, she advised deputies. The current Mrs. Earl was advised to have no contact with the former Mrs. Earl.
– A girl from Tower Road, Salem, told deputies she saw a man she knows pulls his truck toward the road and pull a dog from the truck and begin beating it. Her sister said the man had a gun and was going to shoot the dog, and the girl began running toward the truck to help the dog, but her sister and great-grandmother stopped her for fear she, too, would be shot. The man then shot at the dog, which ran across the road toward its home. A deputy spoke to Gary Felty, address not listed, who the deputy said was intoxicated, who denied seeing or shooting at a dog. He was advised by the deputy that, if he has a problem with dogs running loose, he is to contact the dog warden. The deputy went to Carey Road and spoke to Jeff Karlen, the dog’s owner, who checked and found the dog’s electric collar was missing. He told the deputy the dog was fine but does have a bad ear infection from which it cries when it scratches its ear.
– David Trimble, Orchard Knoll, Hanoverton, reported his wife threw a remote, striking him above the eye. After speaking to both parties, Mrs. Trimble agreed to stay with her daughter for the night, and both signed a refusal to prosecute.
– Thomas Altenhof, state Route 172, Hanoverton, reported Sunday he leases his property to Chesapeake and now he has company workers staying on his property, which is not stated in his lease. He wanted a deputy to make the workers leave his property, but the deputy advised Altenhof he would need to speak with his attorney to determine if that is a violation of his lease. Altenhof told the deputy that the sheriff’s office is being “paid off” by Chesapeake due to the company having purchased a vehicle for the sheriff’s office. The deputy advised this is not the case and reiterated the need for Altenhof to have the matter looked at by someone who handles leases.
– Terry Blickensderfer, trustee of Reading Church of the Brethren, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported Sunday he church was entered and a coffee pot and storage container were taken. The person also sat in a chair and looked at church music, he reported. Blickensderfer told deputies someone tried to get into the church on Friday and he had noticed a red Ford pickup truck in the parking lot.
– Evelyn Koch, Dutchtown School Road, Rogers, reported a person unknown to her knocked on her door, asking if she had a place to rent, saying he was looking for a place for his parents to live. He gave his name as Russell Lightner and was driving a red truck. Koch thought this incident was suspicious and wanted a report on file.
– Cynthia Blauzh, Depot Road, Lisbon, reported Monday her 7-year-old stepson being unruly and not listening to her and asked for a deputy to speak to him. A deputy spoke to the boy, who apologized, saying it wouldn’t happen again.
– A suspicious male was reported sitting in a vehicle at Knox Elementary School Monday, with the caller saying he had been sitting in a van with all the doors open for more than five hours. Deputies did not find the van in the school lot or surrounding area.
– Officers were called to a North Market Street residence at 1:31 a.m. Tuesday for a man who had called KLG ambulance seven times, threatening to kill anyone who got near him. At the residence, the man said he was not going to the hospital, but officers told him he was, telling him he could go the easy way or the hard way, and he told them, “Take me the hard way.” He was removed from the apartment and taken by ambulance to the hospital.
– Village police assisted county sheriff’s deputies on a domestic situation on Hunters Camp Road Sunday. No other details were reported.
– Debbie Wynn, no address listed, reported a man told her he caught two men and a woman taking a dresser out of her storage trailer and putting them into a truck.
– After a local doctor reported a patient was threatening to shoot himself and his wife, an officer spoke to the man, who agreed to go to the emergency room for evaluation.
– Susanne T. Weyand, Dewey Avenue, reported several converter cable boxes removed from her home.
– Officers accompanied health department personnel to a Marcus Street home for a welfare check on the two tenants and there found the back door wide open. Inside, they reported finding a movie playing on the television, syringes and drug paraphernalia in the hallway and multiple syringes and drug paraphernalia in a bedroom.
– Kelly Taylor, Curry Street, reported her children’s bikes taken from the property.
– Lisa Shreves, no address listed, was walking her dog on Thompson Avenue when a dog came from its house and tried to bite her. She told officers she had to kick the dog to get it to stop.
– Marissa Shasteen and Donald Owens, Wilbert Avenue, reported Owens’ cousin had been staying with them for awhile and an argument ensued, after which she stole items and fled to a residence in Newell, W.Va.
– Danielle Pope, Parkway, reported she was in an argument with her boyfriend and he smacked her in the face and pushed her out of the vehicle.
– Shanda Pipes, Florence Street, reported her ex-boyfriend came to her home and took items. She just wanted the incident documented.
– Ashley Perrine, North Shadylane, reported her live-in boyfriend started an argument then threatened suicide.
– Officers responded to Dresden Avenue for a report of a man in a wheelchair being harassed. They took Donald C. Nesselrode into custody on an outstanding warrant.
– Julia M. Morrison, Erie Street, reported trash being dumped into her yard.
– Mary Ann Kennedy, McKinnon Avenue, reported barbecue sauce thrown onto her house.
– Linda Hall, Bradshaw Avenue, reported $50 taken from her vehicle.
– Keith L. Goss reported a furnace, hot water tank, range and stove taken from rental property on Pennsylvania Avenue.
– Pete Gibson, Pennsylvania Avenue, reported being assaulted by Robert Guesman, Elkton, when he tried to stop Guesman from assaulting a woman, saying Guesman cut him with a box cutting tool. Guesman told police he and Gibson argued over a history show on television and Gibson assaulted him, which is when he cut him.
– Betty J. Bryarley, Harker Avenue, reported that a man she allowed to stay over had choked and punched her during an argument. She said he also punched holes in the wall and took $70 from her wallet.
– Ronald Beachley, Pennsylvania Avenue, reported his vehicle entered and a GPS system taken.
– Betty Adams, Jennings Avenue, reported a person she knows cut the valve stems on her tires.
– Doug Dahl, East Third Street, reported his home and garage entered, with items taken from the garage.
– Police conducted a traffic stop on state Route 344 and Cunningham Road at 12:36 p.m. Monday and found the driver, Brian L. Jarvis, 54, of 38867 Saltwell Road, Lisbon, was wanted on a felony probation violation warrant in Texas for trafficking in marijuana. He was taken to the county jail.
– Police responded to a two-vehicle accident on East State at 2:17 p.m. Tuesday. Sally G. Grossen, 402 W. Garfield Road, Columbiana, pulled from the Dollar Tree Plaza and hit a vehicle driven by Mary Randall, 241 W. 5th St. Grossen was cited for failure to yield.
– Police responded to the 300 block of East 8th Street at 8:36 a.m. Tuesday where a bus owned by the county Board of Education was struck by Doris J. Dennison, 319 E. 8th St. while she was backing from a driveway. She was cited for improper backing.
– Police located Gerald A. Depanfilo, lka 1135 1/2 E. State St. at 12:25 p.m. Tuesday and took him into custody on an outstanding warrant for dangerous drugs. He was turned over to Columbiana County deputies.
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– Police responded to the 800 block of East 6th Street with firefighters and an ambulance crew for a woman having trouble breathing. She was taken to the hospital.
– Police responded to Cunningham and Butcher Road at 2:56 a.m. Wednesday to assist Perry Township police with a reported domestic situation in a vehicle. Perry Township eventually arrested the man for OVI.
– At 5:22 a.m. Wednesday, police responded to the 600 block of Euclid Street where the complainant advised her boyfriend was taking his belongings and leaving due to an argument. He left for the evening.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of East State Street at 12:44 a.m. Wednesday in reference to the theft of a vehicle from the apartments. Information was taken and the incident is under investigation.
– Police responded to the 400 block of East Perry Street at 4:37 p.m. Tuesday where a mother of an infant advised the father would not not let her take the child. She has custody since they were never married and there is no custody agreement. Police explained to the man that the child would have to go with the mother.
– Police responded to the 200 block of Continental Drive at 5:14 p.m. Tuesday at the request of an out-of-state law enforcement agency to check for a wanted man who may have health issues and depending on the severity they might not want him picked up. The man’s whereabouts was confirmed along with his poor heath and the out-of-state agency was advised.
– Police responded to the 2800 block of East State Street at 7:26 p.m. Tuesday for a man reportedly having medical problems. He was in an argument with a woman and he had a pre-existing condition that flared up with stress. He declined medial treatment and they left the area.
– Police responded to the 600 block of Park Avenue at 8:02 p.m. Tuesday for a well-being check and there was no answer after two attempts to make contact.
– Police received a report on station at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday for a woman inquiring about her custody rights for a newborn child. She advised she is leaving the father and he will not let her have the child. They were not married and there are no court papers. She was advised to contact police if there were further problems.
– Police responded to the 400 block of East 6th Street at 12:19 p.m. Tuesday where a dog had jumped through an open window and was running at large. A red warning ticket was left at the residence.
Police responded to the 1200 block of Orchard Bend at 8:27 a.m. Tuesday for a report of a missing mailbox. Police also took a report for a missing mailbox from a residence in the 1700 block of Shady Lane at 8:43 a.m. Both were located in a nearby lake and three juveniles admitted to taking them. They helped retrieve them and return them to the owners and were referred to the juvenile department.
– Police responded to the 500 block of North Ellsworth Avenue at 12:47 p.m. Tuesday for a distraught woman who was contemplating harming herself. She was taken to the hospital.
Police responded to the 1100 block of East State Street at 11:48 a.m. Tuesday to assist Columbiana County deputies in attempting to serve an outstanding warrant. The person was not located.
– Wayne E. Smith Jr., Rogers, was cited for driving under OVI suspension and expired registration following a traffic stop at 7:29 a.m. Monday on South Elm Street. His license plates were also seized pre a BMV order.
– John Fieldhouse, Stanton Avenue, reported at 10:38 a.m. Monday a case of credit card fraud.
– Sherry Troy, South Middle Street, reported at 1:32 p.m. Monday two cement yard ornaments, a horse’s head and a Steelers stone, were stolen from her porch and by her mailbox.
– Katelynne Stewart, Brilliant, was traveling east on East Park Avenue at 2:35 p.m. Monday when she struck Sandra Hostetter, who was pulling out of a private drive and into the path of Stewart. Hostetter was cited for failure to yield.
– Melissa Wells, Springfield Road, reported at 1:45 p.m. Monday her 10-year-old son ran off. An officer located him in the woods behind the house.
– Danielle Hiner reported at 7:53 p.m. Monday people were playing in the street by an alley off Union Street. An officer found the people in the yard, and asked them not to block the alley.
– Gunshots were reported at 6:38 p.m. Monday in the area of West Martin Street and Railroad Street. An officer checked the area but was unable to hear or see any shots.
– Police responded to a burglary call at 5:27 p.m. Monday at a West Martin Street house. The homeowner, Floyd Sorrell, arrived shortly after and saw electronics and some coins were taken. The matter remains under investigation.
– A dog was reported at 2:58 p.m. Monday left in a car at the Lisbon Health Center on Dickey Drive. An officer stopped the man as he was leaving and advised him not to do it again.
– Local police were called by Monaca, Pa. police regarding a vehicle stolen from a repossession company that was at a residence on Brady Alley in the city, and Captain Patrick Wright went to the address to investigate. He saw the vehicle in question pulling from Brady Alley and then stop on Blakely Street, where the occupants exited the vehicle. He asked the driver, Cameron J. Otlowski, 20, Monaca, for his license and registration and told him the vehicle was reported stolen. Meanwhile, Pat King of First Class Towing arrived on the scene to retrieve the vehicle, and Otlowski began having words with King, calling him names and threatening him, according to reports. He was charged with disorderly conduct and driving under suspension.
– An officer on patrol reported seeing a vehicle driving north on Avondale Street, screeching its tires, accelerating quickly, throwing up dirt and failing to stop. After attempting to stop the vehicle the officer said it stopped on Anderson Boulevard but, as he exited his cruiser, the vehicle took off again, nearly striking an oncoming vehicle, continuing on until it locked up its brakes near Mulberry Street. Another officer pulled in front of the vehicle, while the first officer pulled alongside to get it to stop, and the driver exited and began yelling obscenities. Patrolman Kelsey Hedrick deployed his Taser, striking the driver, identified as Steve M. Beaver, Saint George Street, striking him in the shoulder and arm. He was taken into custody and charged with OVI, fleeing, resisting arrest and failure to comply with order of a police officer.
St. Clair Township
– Officers responded to a report of a man following women in the parking lot of Walmart, where they heard a loud noise and reported seeing a man throwing a man into the his truck. They asked if he had been hitting the windows of a vehicle sitting on the lot for sale. Michael A. McKeever, 51, no address listed, was charged with criminal mischief. According to reports, he told officers he had used methamphetamines sometime during the day.
– Called to the parking lot of Save-A-Lot July 12 for a vehicle that struck a building and other vehicle, Patrolman Salvatore Scarafile was advised by witnesses the driver had left on foot, missing a shoe. Scarafile located the driver, Dustin Carr, 30, Lincoln Avenue, walking behind a garage toward the 200 block of Broadway, limping and missing a shoe. He also smelled of alcohol, according to reports. Witnesses reported the vehicle had struck the house then reversed, striking a vehicle owned by Linda Householder, Wood Street, which was pushed into a Jeep owned by Allison Walker, Chester, W.Va., before the driver and a female passenger left on foot. Entering the house, Scarafile found Robert Wetzel sleeping upstairs, unaware that his house had been struck. He said Carr had stayed there the previous night but did not have permission to use his truck. Carr was cited with physical control, failure to control, failure to report an accident and unauthorized use of a vehicle.
– Joe Saraniti reported a vehicle owned by his girlfriend, Sarah Hall, Maple Avenue, had been keyed overnight Sunday, with two deep scratches on the driver’s door and a single scratch on the passenger side door. There were also scratches on the trunk and bumper.
– Officers responded to Commerce Street for a noise complaint Wednesday and heard two women being extremely loud. They were told to quiet down. Two hours later, officers were called back to the same residence, where they heard yelling from inside, and they charged Amy Jo Delauder for persistent disorderly conduct.
– Officers responded Saturday to My Bar on Main Street where a woman had overdosed in an upstairs apartment. She was found lying on a couch with shallow breathing, passed out with a fresh needle mark on her left hand. Tri-County ambulance arrived on the scene and administered Narcan, an antidote, and the woman revived in about 30 seconds. The woman, Amy Corak, no age or address listed, was advised to come to the police station when released from the hospital to be charged or a warrant would be issued.
– Cindy Dalrymple, 8th Street, reported she returned home to find her cable television box ripped from the side of her house.
– Paul Haught, Mick Road, flagged down a police officer at 12th and Main streets Monday to report he was southbound when a boy on a bicycle hit the side of his vehicle. The 11-year-old boy told officers he was not injured, and he was taken home in the cruiser and released to his stepmother.
– Officers on patrol Monday saw a man checking underneath the hood of a vehicle at the corner of Aten and Maple avenues and asked him what was going on. The man said his vehicle was losing oil and his friend had just gone to a local gas station to get some. Knowing the gas station was already closed for the day, and having witnessed the other man walk into a known drug house, the officers asked the man his name and checked for warrants. The man, Bryan Nurmi, no age or address listed, was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear. His vehicle was towed by Thrashers.
– Officers responded to an accident in the McDonald’s parking lot Sunday where Bethany Vandyke, Main Street, reported she was moving forward in the drive-through and bumped into the rear of a vehicle owned by Connie Carmichael, 10th Street.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Franklin Avenue at 3:19 p.m. Friday where the housing and zoning office requested an officer fir a report filed by a landlord on a house vacated in June. A woman was later located and police found an outstanding warrant on Diane L. Andre LKA 480 Franklin Avenue for failure to appear for larceny.
– Police responded to the 800 block of Barclay Avenue at 4:02 p.m. Tuesday for a person to be removed where the complainant got into an argument with a roommate in the 600 block of Fair Avenue and went to a relative’s house. The other woman wanted the complainant to return home and began yelling and banging on the door at the Barclay address. She was advised to leave and would be arrested if she returned.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of East 3rd Street at 2:43 a.m. Tuesday where the complainant advised a man called from a blocked number claiming to be a sheriff from Alabama with a warrant for her arrest. She was advised of the options.
– Police responded to the 900 block of West State Street at 11:38 p.m. Monday and issued a barking dog warning to the owner who just returned home.
Police responded to the 2800 block of East State Street at 3:28 p.m. Monday where two female juveniles were observed shoplifting $16.69 in merchandise. The case will be turned over to the juvenile department and they were released to a guardian.
– Police responded to the 600 block of Prospect Street to follow up on an investigation and no one answered after multiple attempts to make contact.
– Police responded to the 900 block of New Garden Avenue at 5:05 p.m. Monday where the complainant reported an ongoing problem with a known man and woman for telephone harassment and text messaging. The complainant advised the man previously resided on New Garden and moved three weeks ago. An officer will attempt to contact the people.
– Police responded to South Union Avenue and East Pershing Street at 5:21 p.m. Monday where a male juvenile advised he was given a BMX-style bike from another juvenile who stated it was possibly stolen. The bike was taken to the police department.
– Police responded to the 200 block of North Madison Avenue at 6:16 p.m. Monday where the house had been entered and jewelry taken from the bedroom. There was no damage to the house.
– At 7:05 p.m. Monday, police responded to the 200 block of Woodland Avenue and placed a barking dog red warning tag on the door.
– Police responded to the 600 block of Washington Avenue at 8:19 p.m. where a parked vehicle had been struck by a hit-skip motorist.
– At 8:44 p.m. Monday, police responded to the 700 block of East School Avenue where a male juvenile was in an argument with two other juveniles. Police spoke with the other juveniles who said the other juvenile started the argument. All were advised to go their separate ways. No physical violence was reported.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Franklin Avenue at 10:37 p.m. Monday where the complainant advised that locks to the residence were changed. He was advised the residence was deemed unfit for human habitation by the city zoning office.
At 8:25 p.m. Monday, police responded to the 900 block of Park Avenue where a plastic deer lawn ornament had been taken. Upon arrival an officer located it at 493 South Union Ave. and returned it to its owner.
– Police responded to the 600 block of East 3rd Street at 2:11 p.m. Monday where a chair and bench were stacked up outside under an open window. Inside a piece of antique wooden furniture was pushed over and multiple glass objects on it fell and broke on the floor. No entry was made and the incident is under investigation.
Goshen Police District
– A Dogwood Street resident reported at 5:52 p.m. June 29 that she had been in a verbal dispute with her husband regarding church attendance.
– Logan Sharp, 18, 27735 Winona Road, Salem, was cited for unsecure load after a hay trailer he was pulling came loose while northbound in the 14000 block of Main Street at 4:09 p.m. July 1, striking a business sign.
– A man reported at 7:25 a.m. July 2 that he had been bitten by a dog while going door to door in the 7000 block of Middletown trying to make sales the prior day.
– A 7000 block Garfield Road resident reported at 10:59 a.m. July 4 that someone had struck his mailbox with a guitar.
– A 6000 block Garfield Road resident reported at 7:32 p.m. July 5 za firework had landed on her vehicle, creating a dent.
– Robert A. Uyselt, 44, 17850 First St., Beloit, was charged with a fifth-degree felony count of obstruction of justice after officers responded to his home to inquire about a man wanted on a warrant. Uyselt told officers that he had not seen the man since July 15, claiming he was at a Sebring apartment, but contacted him via phone for officers to talk to. After leaving the home officers observed a vehicle driving erratically in an apparent attempt to avoid cruisers and found the wanted man, Scott E. Bradic, 38, 17975 First St., Beloit, in the vehicle. The driver stated that she had been asleep at Uyselt’s home when she was woken up and told to take Bradic to the Sebring police station for questioning. Bradic was taken into custody on warrants out of Stark County for cocaine trafficking and felony assault.
– Deputies responded at 12:30 a.m. Monday to Lotze Drive in East Palestine in regard to an assault and a firearm. They reported finding Alfred L. Wittenauer inside his vehicle and, with East Palestine police officers, learned that there had been no assault between him and his ex-tenant Candice DeLaroza. DeLaroza and her teenage son told officers Wittenauer confronted them as they were moving belongings from the home, saying he had a firearm and threatened to blow out their brains. Deputies reported seeing no firearm. DeLaroza reported Wittenauer also grabbed, choked and slapped her. When deputies spoke again to Wittenauer, and placed handcuffs on him due to the alleged assault, he began complaining of chest pains, and East Palestine EMS was summoned, transporting him to St. Elizabeth in Boardman. During the incident, deputies additionally reported, Wittenauer’s daughter Valerie Rockenberger, began to yell and carry one, interrupting and disrupting their investigation. She reportedly shoved her phone in their faces and bombarded them with questions, also calling attorney James Hartford and demanding that a deputy speak with him, which he declined to do. Rockenberger was taken into custody and taken to the county jail, although her charge was not specified on the report.
– Sandy Davis, Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, reported Friday someone broke into her residence by kicking in a man door on the garage. Several items of jewelry and a television were taken.
– Perry Surmaceviz, Lisbon Road, Leetonia, reported having problems with his ex-wife in regard to child custody issues, also saying she had made a threat to him. He was advised if he was not given his children for visitation it would be a civil matter and also advised the process for obtaining a protection order.
– Kathryn Altiri, 11th Street, Lisbon, reported that, while she was at Rogers Community Auction, someone hit the rear of her father’s car, denting it. A note was left, and she called the person who returned to the vehicle so they could exchange information. The other driver, Hazel Martin, Steubenville, also called the sheriff’s department to advise that she had struck Altiri’s vehicle and gave her insurance information.
– Deputies responded Thursday to a Buffalo Road, Kensington residence for a noise complaint but found no loud music upon arrival. They had the complainant and the alleged offender talk, with an agreement reached that a text would be sent when the complainant thought the music was too loud so the offender could turn it down.
– Jeremy Smith, Farr Street, Rogers, reported a man he knows threatened to burn down his house and take his son. Deputies tried several times to reach Smith by phone, to no avail.
– Deputies responded Friday night to Buck Road in Alliance for a domestic situation where they spoke with Sharon Ginetti, who said she and her husband had a verbal argument and he began to break things in their home. They reported seeing a window broken and an overturned table. Ginetti signed a refusal to file charges.
– Bob Young, Bay View, Beloit, reported his driveway was blocked by a neighbor, but deputies checked the situation and determined Young had room to exit his driveway. The neighbor, Terry Schaffhauser, agreed to voluntarily move his vehicle. Both were advised to contact their attorneys and township trustees about this on-going civil issue.
– Deputies were sent Saturday night to the Cross Eyed Moose on Main Street in Homeworth for a fight, where they were advised no fight had taken place.
– Jeff Seidner, Maple Street, reported “KKK” was written with electrical tape on the outer and inner doors of his patio.
– Dana Duffield, 48, Center Avenue, was taken July 4 by North Star ambulance to East Liverpool City Hospital after she reported being assaulted at the Night Court by a woman she knows. She was advised to come to the police department to complete a statement when released from the hospital but, as of Thursday, she had not given a statement.
– Officers responded Thursday night to the corner of Thomas and Pine streets for reports of profanity and screaming where they spoke with a man who said his sister had thrown him out and would not allow him back in to retrieve his belongings. After speaking to his sister, she relented, and he agreed to pick up his things the next day.
– A vehicle was pulled into the street department lot by a woman who said a man in the car was having an allergic reaction to medication he had taken for his eyes. Officers stood by until KLG ambulance arrived on the scene.
– Chris Brown, West Chestnut Street, reported he rents a room from Nicole Hilton and she came home and began accusing him of stealing her Bible and $5 from her purse. He said he had just come home from work and denied taking the items.
– Officers responded to a Broadway resident who said drug activity was taking place upstairs in the bedroom and he wanted them to check on it. A man who came downstairs advised officers that Casey Cunningham was upstairs, and they determined she had an outstanding warrant. A silver pipe with a burned end was found on the bed between Cunningham and another woman. Cunningham was taken into custody on the warrant, and the other woman will be served with an arrest warrant.
– Tiffany Todd, West Street, reported a vehicle owned by the state of Ohio was stolen from her driveway. It was locked but her personal vehicle was not and there was an extra key to the stolen vehicle in it. The stolen vehicle contained a state debit card, GPS, phone charger, boots, hard hat and safety glasses. The vehicle was later found by Steubenville police in a private lot.
– While northbound on Broadway, Robert Highman, address not listed, struck a parked truck that was parked against the flow of traffic with the bed partially in the roadway. The unoccupied truck was owned by Martin Moody Jr., Commerce Street, who was issued a citation.
– Responding to Broadway for a fight call, officers found Morgan Cox and Allen Dean arguing. They spoke with Rebecca Ammon, Cox’s girlfriend, who said Morgan assaulted her by hitting her in the head while they were driving. When they arrived at the house on Broadway, he assaulted her again, Ammon reported. Dean told officers that Ammon tried to get back into the car and leave but Morgan jumped in the back seat and started choking her and assaulted her again. Ammon had marks on her neck, according to reports.
– Officers were called to the river bank just below Third and Riverside for a possible dead body, where they found Joseph Robinson, no age or address listed, lying on the ground with a hypodermic needle sticking out of his arm. He awoke and asked what was going on, according to reports. Officers found another needle sticking out of his jeans pocket and a burnt piece of metal can lying beside him. He was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments.
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– A girl reported at 4:11 p.m. Saturday she was in a fight on South Main Street and was bitten.
– Suspicious activity was reported at 1 a.m. Sunday at the Taco Bell. A shift manager said that some people, possibly inebriated, went through the drive-through but left with no problems.
– A reckless driver was reported at 1:04 a.m. Sunday traveling north on state Route 164 from Lisbon. An officer pulled over the man from Pennsylvania on Lisbon Street after observed it traveled left of center. The driver was not intoxicated, but was tired and distracted talking with his passenger. A warning was issued to the driver.
– Two suspicious men were reported at 2:56 a.m. Sunday inside a vehicle on South West Street. An officer was unable to locate the two men in the car, but later found two people behind a South Middle Street house from a distance, who fled on foot after seeing the officer. An officer was unable to locate the men.
– Justin Gordon was driving south on North Main at 1:21 p.m. Sunday and was stopped at the traffic light at the intersection at Salem Street when he was rear-ended by Laura Gordon. Laura said her foot slipped off the break, resulting in the crash. No citation was issued.
– A man reported at 3:31 p.m. Sunday he was walking down Pittsburgh Street when a dog broke his chain and ran at him. The homeowner was not home at the time. The dog was unable to be secured but remained by the front porch.
– A dog was reported locked in a Nissan at 5:42 p.m. Sunday at the Heck’s Restaurant parking lot. A window was cracked open, and the dog was reported fine.
– Police responded to a domestic violence report at 7:40 p.m. Sunday at a Fairfield Avenue house. Following an investigation, S. Edward Moore, 62, was cited for domestic violence.
– A reckless driver was reported at 8:54 p.m. Sunday traveling south on state Route 164 before pulling over at the Subway. An officer observed no violations.
– Jessica Bacha, North Elm Street, reported at 10:47 p.m. Sunday someone appeared to be in her house. An officer found no one there with no sign of forced entry.
– A West North Avenue man reported at 4:20 p.m. July 14 someone unknown to him threw a brick and shattered the rear passenger window of his car.
– Police were called at 6:29 p.m. Friday to the swimming pool at the park regarding an assault. An investigation is pending.
– Ronda Narehood, 44, Alice Street, was arrested at 10:27 p.m. Friday at her home on a warrant issued through Mahoning County.
– Cassandra R. Drane, Lyons Avenue, reported at 11:38 p.m. Friday a man being intoxicated and causing problems. The man left prior to officers arriving.
– A Concord Drive resident reported at 12:23 p.m. Sunday two other men were on his property without his permission.
– William A. Reed, North Sumner Street, reported at 11:19 p.m. Sunday someone broke into his residence from the back door. An officer noted the residence appeared ransacked, but no items were reported missing.
– Police were called at 12:33 a.m. Monday to a Lotze Drive residence regarding a dispute possibly involving a firearm.
– Adeline R. Ungaro, South Washington Street, reported at 6:14 a.m. Monday a woman entered her house and then fled.
– Police responded with the fire department to the 800 block of East Fourth Street at 12:53 p.m. Sunday for a report of a possible bottle/chemical bomb in a driveway. All people were removed from the area and the device was taken to a safe location to be rendered ineffective.
– Someone reported on station at 12:40 p.m. Sunday that he had seen a possible drug deal at a West State Street business in which a black car pulled into the parking lot, someone knocked on the window and an exchange took place. An officer found a vehicle matching the description and observed it for several minutes, but found nothing suspicious.
– George D. McLean, 51, 2633 Lisbon Road, Leetonia, was cited for failure to control after a two-vehicle crash at Cunningham Road and East State at 4:58 p.m. Sunday. He was eastbound on State and turned right onto onto Cunningham, striking a curb and then a northbound vehicle in the left turn lane. No injuries were reported, but McLean may have suffered a medical issue at the time of the crash.
– A 12-year-old Salem boy was charged with domestic violence after an officer responded to Centennial Park at 5:18 p.m. Sunday where he had run away from his parents. The boy was found in the 100 block of Fair Avenue and returned to his parents, at which time the mother said he had grabbed her by the shirt and yelled obscenities at her when they tried to stop him.
– Anthony D. Miner, 18, 13710 Ellett Road, Beloit, was cited for failure to control after wrecking at Broadway and Franklin at 7:51 p.m. Sunday. He was southbound on Broadway and turned right onto Franklin when he mistakenly hit the gas, traveling over the curb and striking a drain pipe covering on a building before returning to the roadway. No injuries were reported.
– Police responded to an East State Street business at 8:34 p.m. Sunday where a man said he found his vehicle missing upon exiting the store. Officers had to leave the scene for an emergency and found the vehicle returned upon returning to the scene. Surveillance tapes indicated someone with the same vehicle had taken it by mistake then returned it and left in their own. The business was not identified.
– Ronald J. Mank, 21, 1752 Fairview Court, Salem, was cited for disorderly conduct after officers responded to a report of an intoxicated man running and yelling in the roadway on Ohio Avenue near Reilly Stadium at 12:08 a.m. Monday. Officers found Mank on Franklin Avenue near Maple Street.
– Dylan M. Lashley, 18, Ravenna, was cited for assured clear distance ahead following a two-vehicle crash on West State Street east of Michigan Boulevard at 9:17 p.m. Sunday in which he was eastbound and failed to stop for traffic, striking the rear of vehicle driven by Joshua J. Irey, 34, Salem. No injuries were reported.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of Colonial Drive at 5:38 p.m. Saturday for a report of a mailbox being struck by a vehicle.
– An officer responded to a South Lincoln Avenue business at 6:24 a.m. Sunday for a report of a woman jumping into traffic. A man at the gas station said that he had agreed to give the woman a ride to Lisbon.
– Police responded to the area of Franklin Avenue at township limits at 11:30 a.m. Sunday in reference to a fallen tree causing a road hazard. The tree was determined to be within city limits and the city street department was contacted.
Salem fire call
– Firefighters responded the 100 block of Hawley Avenue at 12:26 p.m. Monday for a report of someone burning trash and discovered a resident burning trash and green brush. The fire was extinguished and the resident, whose name was not provided, warned of open burning laws.
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– Officers responded to a domestic dispute at an East State Street home at 1:39 p.m. Sunday in which both individuals said they had been in a verbal argument regarding personal issues.
– Police responded to a North Ellsworth Avenue home at 3:11 p.m. Sunday where a man reported his juvenile stepson had left home the prior evening and hadn’t returned.
– An officer responded to a West Wilson Street home at 3:37 p.m. Sunday where the resident reported someone had kicked in a screen door.
– Police responded to a possible domestic dispute in the 1200 block of Franklin Avenue at 5:46 p.m. Sunday and spoke with several people in a front yard who said that two occupants of the home had been in a verbal dispute regarding financial issues, but that the woman had already left.
– An officer responded to a care facility on East Pershing Street at 3:57 p.m. Sunday where an administrator reported a male resident had left the facility and was not competent to care for himself. The man was later found in East Liverpool.
– An officer responded to the 1000 block of East Third Street at 6:46 p.m. Sunday where someone had found several drug instruments in a yard near a vacant residence.
– Police responded to a report of a reckless driver in the 2300 block of East State Street at 6:49 p.m. Sunday and found the vehicle unoccupied in front of a business. The driver was located inside the business and was determined to be suffering an unknown medical issue. He was transported to the Salem emergency room.
– An officer responded to a West Wilson Street home at 6:55 p.m. Sunday where a woman reported a man next door had been yelling at his grandmother. The woman said the man was always yelling and throwing things, upsetting the neighborhood.
– A Woodland Avenue resident reported at 7:14 p.m Sunday that her soon-to-be ex-husband had been harassing her and her boyfriend via telephone.
– Officers responded to a possible fight at Centennial Park at 8:35 p.m. Sunday and found a verbal dispute. All people involved went their separate ways.
– Police responded to a South Union Avenue home at 5:08 a.m. Monday where the residents reported someone overnight had placed several flower pots and miscellaneous items in their front yard.
– Officers responded to Centennial Park at 6:16 a.m. Monday in reference to someone damaging a bathroom and causing loud noises. They found someone collecting cans from the trash and smashing them on the pavement.
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– Police responded to the area of state Route 45 near New Garden Road at 10:36 p.m. Saturday where an anonymous woman reported she was walking after her boyfriend dropped her off during a verbal argument. Police were unable to find the woman.
– Police are investigating a report of an attempted identity theft at 12:01 p.m. Sunday 1100 block of Highland East.
– A Lisbon resident reported at 2:46 p.m. Sunday that someone she knows had made threats of physical harm during a civil matter in a South Lincoln Avenue business parking lot.
– Police responded to a South Lincoln Avenue business at 3:27 p.m. Sunday for a report of someone dumping several trash bags into a cardboard only dumpster. A name and address of a Stewart Road resident was taken from a piece of paper in the trash, and the resident admitted to dumping the trash there.
– Police responded to the 1700 block of state Route 9 at 8 p.m. Sunday for a report of a loud noise coming from the old warehouse in the 1800 block, but were unable to find anything unusual.
– Police responded to a verbal domestic dispute in a South Lincoln Avenue business parking lot at 10:33 p.m. Sunday, but the people involved had already left.
– A Harley-Davidson motorcycle registered to John C. Anderson Jr., Rose Drive, Lisbon, was found crashed on state Route 45 in Center Township at 2:57 a.m. Saturday. According to reports, it had gone off the right side of the road and struck a ditch, and the driver fled the scene. The trooper went to Anderson’s home, which was about a mile and a half from the scene of the accident, and reported finding him with a fresh red mark on his leg and smelling of alcohol. Anderson denied driving the motorcycle and reported it stolen, and the trooper reported that he believed Anderson was being deceitful in his statements in order to avoid being charged with OVI. The incident remains under investigation with the driver unidentified.
– While westbound on Buzzard Road Monday, Autumn N. Ballard, 17, West Main Street, Salineville, reportedly lost control of her vehicle, which came to rest in a ditch. She was charged with failure to control. Neither she nor her 14- and 16-year-old passengers were injured.
– Nickie Joe Bernardo, 60, Martins Ferry, was southbound on state Route 11 in Madison Township Saturday morning when he reportedly lost control of the vehicle he was driving, which went off the road, striking an orange construction barrel, a ditch and an embankment. His passenger, Darlene Doty, 33, Bridgeport, was taken by North Star Critical Care ambulance to East Liverpool City Hospital. Bernardo was cited for failure to control. The 2012 Chevy Cruze he was driving was owned by the city of Martins Ferry.
– Debbie Riesen, Buck Road, reported a 20-gauge shotgun missing from her home, and Jack Worley, who lives at a different residence on the same property, reported a 12-gauge shotgun missing from his gun rack. Both believe they know who took the guns, according to deputies.
– Paul Sommers, a trustee at Christian Fellowship Church, Rochester Road, East Rochester, reported Saturday the church was entered by forcing open a window. Doors inside the church were also damaged by being forced open. The only item known to be missing was a dehumidifier.
– Deputies responded Friday afternoon to the home of James Griffith, U.S. Route 30, Minerva, where an ambulance had already transported Griffith to Mercy Hospital for unknown injuries. Deputies found a tractor with a brush hog attached which had broken through a garage door and appeared to have continued running after striking the door due to ground underneath the wheel being disturbed and a tire digging into the gravel.
– Responding to Butler Mobile Home Park, U.S. Route 62, Salem, deputies spoke with the manager, who reported two people were engaged in an argument and one began yelling at people in the park. Deputies spoke to a woman who said one of the men was drunk so she left so he would go to bed and she did not want to report anything.
– Rachel Owens, 47, Ohio Avenue, reported Saturday that her 22-year-old son came into her residence intoxicated and staggering and, when she confronted him about his drinking, he pushed and choked her. When she was able to reach the phone to call police, her son fled in his van. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate him.
– Officers were advised about a man throwing items at a pregnant woman near the St. George Street area, but they could not locate him.
– Beverly Burchett reported siding stored on her son’s property on Montrose Avenue had been taken by a woman in a white car. Officers checked at Six Recycling and were able to identify the woman, who showed up at the Montrose Avenue location to pick up another load. She agreed to pay Burchett the $27 she had gotten for the siding but told officers the owner’s wife had given her permission to take tires and clean up anything in the yard.
– Bobbi J. Mosser, 46, 693 Fair Ave., Salem, was charged with theft after stealing a bottle of liquor from an East State Street business at 5:27 p.m. Saturday. She was found at her home after taking the bottle without paying. The name of the business was not provided.
– Bradley J. Deatley, 28, 597 Walnut St., Salem, was charged with assault after officers responded to the 300 block of South Lundy Avenue at 4:02 p.m. Saturday where a juvenile reported Deatley entered a Franklin Avenue home through a window and struck him in the face when confronted. First responders and KLG Ambulance evaluated the juvenile, but a relative declined to have him transported to the hospital and said she would do so herself. Deatley had left the scene and was detained by other officers near Bale Street and Penn Avenue. He admitted to striking the juvenile but said another resident had given him permission to be in the home. Additional charges are pending further investigation.
– Officers responded with the fire department to the 300 block of West Wilson Street at 8:03 p.m. Saturday for a report of a loud explosion, possibly a smoke bomb. Personnel were unable to find the source of the noise.
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– An officer responded to a 700 block East Fourth Street home at 4:36 p.m. Saturday where the resident reported he had left his garage open the prior day and someone had removed an electronic device from his unlocked vehicle.
– An officer responded to a 100 block Woodland Avenue home at 10:19 p.m. Saturday where a woman reported someone had knocked on her window. The officer was unable to find anyone in the area.
– An officer searched a vehicle during a traffic stop at Woodland Avenue and East Pershing Street at 12:54 a.m. Sunday after noticing the smell of marijuana. No drug was found and the occupants released.
– An officer responded a Franklin Avenue apartment at 1:33 a.m. Sunday where the resident reported someone had broken two upstairs windows. The officer was unable to find anyone in the area.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Franklin Avenue at 1:57 a.m. Sunday for a report of someone yelling obscenities from a van. An officer spoke with the people in question and warned them to keep the noise down.
– Police responded to a Franklin Avenue home at 7:07 a.m. Sunday where the owner wanted a resident to be removed from an apartment that was supposed to be empty. The owner was told to get an eviction notice since the resident had been living in the apartment for several months.
– Sandy Davis, Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, reported at 11:46 a.m. Friday someone broke into her residence while she was away and stole several items of jewelry and a television.
– Kathryn Altiri, 11th Street, Lisbon, reported at 1:59 p.m. Friday that Hazel Martin, Steubenville, hit the left rear fender of her vehicle at the Rogers Sale and made a dent. Martin left Altiri a note, and the two met in the parking lot to exchange information.
– Perry Surmaceviz, Lisbon Road, Leetonia, reported at 1:20 p.m. Friday his ex-wife, Jamie McFarland, would not allow Surmaceviz to have the children for the weekend despite a prior agreement to do so, and that McFarland also accused Surmaceviz of being controlling. An officer advised him this is a civil issue and to contact an attorney.
– A credit card was turned over to police at 1:45 p.m. Friday after it was found at the Missing Sock Laundromat.
– Samuel Baier, Apache Lane, reported at 5 p.m. Friday the lighthouse and light from his front yard were stolen.
– A wallet was turned in at 7:30 p.m. Friday after it was found at the Arusffi Laundromat. The owner of the wallet picked it up later.
– George E. Faulkner Jr., 27, East Palestine, was cited for fleeing and eluding, speeding, failure to reinstate license, failure to control and leaving the scene of an accident. An officer attempted to stop him at 10:31 p.m. Friday on Springfield Road when he fled from police and crashed his vehicle at Firestone Park. He then fled by foot and was found behind a Quincy Street residence following a track by Beaver Township’s K-9 unit. Faulkner was taken to the county jail.
– Lance J. Dangelo, 1135 E. State St., Salem, was charged with assault and obstructing official business after officers responded to his home for an assault report at 6:50 p.m. Thursday and observed him leaving the scene. Officers had to chase Dangelo three blocks through backyards before getting him to stop.
– Officers responded with First Responders and an ambulance to an East Fourth Street home at 4:26 a.m. Friday to check on a resident whom a friend said sent him a text message saying he had ingested an entire box of Benadryl. The resident said he hadn’t taken the medication, but admitted to sending the text. He was warned not to send such messages again.
– Linda M. Huffman, 66, 31 Fieldstone, Salem, was cited for assured clear distance ahead following a two-vehicle crash on East State Street at Roosevelt Avenue at 3:49 p.m. Friday in which she pulled eastbound from the hospital onto East State Street and struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Travis T. Wallace, 31, Salem. Huffman and a passenger in Wallace’s vehicle were transported to the hospital for treatment.
– Officers responded to Waterworth Memorial Park at 5:22 p.m. Friday to check for a missing juvenile and noted that someone had apparently started a fire on a picnic table.
– Police responded with First Responders to a medical emergency in the 100 block of Washington Avenue at 7:37 p.m. Friday and found the male resident unresponsive. Officers also discovered several pieces of drug paraphernalia. The resident was transported to the hospital.
– Police responded to a fight in the 500 block of Aetna Street at 9:52 p.m. Friday and spoke with both people involved who said it was a verbal dispute. They were told to stay away from each other the rest of the night.
– Police responded to a Lexington Avenue home at 11:16 p.m. Friday for a domestic dispute with possible shots fired. The resident said her male friend had shown up and a verbal dispute ensued in which he broke several items. She said there were no gunshots, that it was the screen door slamming. When officers spoke to the male friend, he claimed she had broken the items.
– Frank M. Thomas, 43, Alliance, was cited for failure to control following a one-vehicle crash in the 800 block of South Broadway Avenue at 7:07 a.m. Friday in which he was southbound and veered left of center, striking a fire hydrant and clipping a utility pole. He was transported to the hospital for treatment.
– Officers responded to the 100 block of North Ellsworth Avenue at 2:23 a.m. Saturday for a report of a distraught woman and found Teresa M. Stanton, 926 Arch St., Salem, upset about getting a traffic ticket for helping a friend. Stanton had been cited for driving under suspension following a traffic stop nearby at 1:50 a.m. She was warned not to abuse 911.
-Frank Pusateri called at 2:55 p.m. July 7 to report that a dark green push lawn mower had been stolen from the back yard of his Clark Avenue residence after being left unattended for 20 minutes.
– Kevin Jackson reported at 3 p.m. July 7 that a passenger-side window had been broken out of his 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt sometime overnight, and that a bag with work items and an iPhone had been stolen from the vehicle.
– Police were called to the 17th Street home of Joey Lucas on July 8. He had taken video of a fight in front of his home the previous night, during which a landscaping stone from his property had been picked up and thrown at another person. Officers identified Derek Thompson with the stone, which broke after he threw it. Thompson, who had left his phone at the scene, came to the station to collect his phone and received charges for criminal damaging.
– Police responded to a disturbance at an Independence Square residence at 12:06 p.m. July 10. Inside, Nick Faulk stated that a “Jeremy” from next door had assaulted him, punching him in the face. Officers spoke with neighbors, who stated that Faulk had been assaulting his girlfriend, Rachel Lawson, and that Jeremy had stepped in to assist Lawson. Jeremy was gone when officers arrived. Faulk refused an ambulance when offered, and was informed that he had violated a no-trespass warning and would be charged with trespassing once released from the hospital. He was warned not to trespass on Housing Authority property again.
– Melissa Ramsey came to the station at 9 a.m. July 10, stating that someone had stolen money from her purse. Ramsey said she left the door unlocked for her son to get in. She also stated that someone used her driver’s license to withdraw $39.52 from her bank account. Officers went to the bank to view the security footage and advised Ramsey to lock her doors.
– April Steer, Hawkins Road, New Waterford, reported at 9:30 a.m. Thursday a rear door was open at a vacant home on Bentwood in New Waterford. Deputies searched and found no one inside, but it appeared someone may have been staying there recently. According to Steer, the home has been vacant for about a year.
– A Sherman Street resident reported at 7:59 p.m. Thursday a red truck was driving recklessly.
– Scott Rudder, North Market Street, reported at 6:21 p.m. Thursday he wanted Angel Lake out of his apartment. An officer was called for standby at the residence later after Lake arrived to pick up her items.
– Victoria Mellott, West Washington Street, reported at 3:15 p.m. Thursday loud music from a next door neighbor, although the music was not loud at the time an officer spoke with Mellott. A next door neighbor agreed to keep the volume down.
– Anthony C. Weber, 23, state Route 517, Lisbon, was traveling south on state Route 45 in Center Township at 4:09 a.m. Monday when he drove off the left side of the road and struck a mailbox, ditch and tree. Weber was cited for OVI and failure to control.
-Trooper Race A. Baker was stopping Donald A. Blackburn, 52, Egypt Road, Minerva, for no front plate and for his passenger, Matthew A. Blackburn, 21, Egypt Road, Minerva, not wearing a seatbelt at 12:44 p.m. Tuesday on Bayard Road in West Township. After Baker left his vehicle, it began to roll forward. Baker then re-entered his vehicle and attempted to stop it, but it rear-ended Blackburn’s vehicle. Baker was cited for failure to control. No citations were issued to the Blackburns.
– Autum N. Ballard, 17, West Main Street, Salineville, was traveling south on Buzzard Road in Madison Township at 2:21 p.m. Monday when she lost control of vehicle and drove into a ditch. Ballard was cited for failure to control.
– Frank J. Climo, 54, East Pine Lake Road, New Springfield, was heading north on state Route 165 in Unity Township at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday when a tree fell onto the road which he struck.
– Someone reported a Cintas truck pulled down lines behind AAA on South Main Street at 9:51 a.m. Thursday.
– A possibly suicidal man was reported in a car parked in the lot at 7&14 Truck Stop at 9:53 a.m. Thursday. The man voluntarily went by city ambulance to the hospital for an evaluation.
– Columbiana Buick Oldsmobile Chevy Cadillac reported at 2:44 p.m. Thursday a vehicle was stolen from their lot.
– EZ Lube reported at 5:18 p.m. Thursday a vehicle was parked at the business all day with no one around. Police contacted the owner, who was on his way to pick it up.
– After being called twice to Vine Street in the early morning hours Tuesday, officers arrested James S. Price, 45, Vine Street, for disorderly conduct/intoxication. According to reports, Price had been involved at just before 2 a.m. in an incident in front of Scotty’s Bar, where he was knocked to the ground by patrons after an altercation with the bartender. Price was given a ride home from the bar by police officers, who were called 30 minutes later back to Price’s house, where they reported he had been standing outside yelling profanities. He promised to go inside, but they were called back in 20 minutes for the same actions, at which time they arrested Price.
– Responding Wednesday morning to Heights Manor for a report of a hit and run, officers found a vehicle in a ditch, with the driver still inside with glassy eyes and smelling of alcohol. While patting down driver Robert A. Endres, 25, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, officers reported finding marijuana in his pocket. He was cited for OVI, leaving the scene, failure to control and possession of marijuana.
– Renee Snyder, state Route 14, East Palestine, reported a burglary at 3:16 p.m. Saturday, but deputies were unable to contact anyone at the home later that day. On Wednesday, Barbara Smith of Youngstown called deputies to say she has the power of attorney for her brother and Snyder has been living in his home, but is supposed to be moving out. Smith was concerned because Snyder took not only her things but some of Smith’s brother’s things too. The new landlord also had told Smith that both Snyder and a man were there taking tools on Wednesday even though the house has been secured. Later on Wednesday, Dennis Dotson called deputies to report he has been helping Snyder move her belongings out and the new landlord had screwed boards over the doors and windows to keep them out. He also claimed Snyder has an agreement with Smith’s brother allowing her to take whatever she wants.
– Stacy Cureington, Ridge Road, Minerva, reported at 7:18 p.m. Wednesday, Phillip Litchfield and Robert Kirven came to his home and started yelling. Tara Cureington tried to get them to leave, but they refused and reportedly began making threats to get guns and kill Stacy Cureington. Both men were taken into custody at the Minerva police station and charged with aggravated menacing.
– Michelle Meuche, Canton, reported at 6:02 p.m. Wednesday a woman was being held at a Scott Drive, Alliance, home against her will. Deputies spoke to a man at the home, who said the woman had been there but had already left with a friend. He also showed deputies a text message from her showing she had left.
– KLG Ambulance requested an officer stand by at 6:48 a.m. Tuesday at the Applegrove Apartments, Saltwell Road, after a resident was reported confused and did not know her apartment number. An officer remained with her until she was taken by KLG to the hospital.
– Mary Shaulis, Maple Street, reported at 2:53 p.m. Tuesday she needed Kevin Criss removed from her house. She reported Criss broke a bike which belonged to him, then threw a rock at her and slammed the door, to which she then grabbed a baseball bat for protection. An officer advised her to go through the court system for eviction.
– A man was reported at 8:02 p.m. Tuesday to take photos of girls from his car at the Rite Aid. An officer spoke with a man who said he was taking photos of businesses for the Chamber of Commerce and not of women. An officer advised the man to ask first before snapping photos.
– A basketball backboard at the court near the pool was reported shattered at 7:53 p.m. Wednesday at the basketball court with glass on the ground. The court was blocked off by caution tape at the request of the street superintendent.
– Police warned three people on West Salem Street at 2:47 a.m. Wednesday for loud noise.
– Kayla Berdine, East Park Avenue, reported at 12:47 p.m. Wednesday her ex-boyfriend was harassing her.
– A solicitor’s permit was issued to Uzziel Aguirre of Columbiana for Southern Advantage at 1 p.m. Wednesday.
– Someone reported at 8:57 p.m. Wednesday a man was walking in the Cimarron Lane and was acting suspicious. Police checked but did not find the man.
– Mary K. Davis, Moore Lane, reported at 11 a.m. Wednesday people constantly drive up and down the road and run the stop sign. Police stayed in the area for a while but did not see any any traffic violations.
– Murdo D. Urquhart, 37, South Street, was arrested at 9:52 a.m. Wednesday at 244 South St. on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear.
– Responding to a domestic dispute on East Ninth Street, officers spoke with Jason Tice, who said he and his wife were arguing, but she had left. However, his wife walked out of the kitchen while officers were there. Mr. Tice had an outstanding warrant and was taken into custody.
– Tyler Fullerton reported being attacked by Zack Lyons, who he said took his cell phone. Lyons told officers that Fullerton called him a racial slur and attacked him. Witnesses gave varying accounts of what occurred, according to reports. Both men were advised to speak with the law director if they wanted to file charges. Reports had no ages or addresses for the men.
– Brandon Fike, 21, no address listed, was treated at the emergency room after being assaulted from behind by an unknown person while he was walking on Avondale Street.
– Joseph Mercer, no address listed, reported returning to his car at Thompson Park and finding the windshield smashed, possibly by a rock or football.
– Angela Pecoraro, Laurel Lane, reported someone accessed her accounts and made several unauthorized charges.
– Raven L. Garvey, no address listed, reported her purse stolen from her vehicle parked outside the Dollar General on Walnut Street. A witness reported seeing a man wearing a blue shirt and blue shoes in her car.
– Traci Graham, Wilbert Avenue, told officers she has been having problems with a man who threatened to beat her up if she tells one more person he makes meth.
– Sharlen McFadden and Jennifer Kohler reported their purses stolen from a car at Thompson Park after a window was broken out of the vehicle.
– Denise Rogers, West Eighth Street, told officers a man was staying at her home and watching it while she was at church camp. When she returned, both the man and several items were missing from the house.
– A Main Street man reported on station at 5:41 p.m. July 10 reported that he had been assaulted. No arrest was made due to a lack of cooperation from the victim. No names were provided.
– Police investigated the following since July 10: a girl bitten by a dog on Columbia; a domestic on Oak Street at 9:25 p.m. July 12; a theft on Pearl July 14; a possible fight on Chestnut Tuesday night; a Chestnut Street woman reported harassed at 11:31 p.m. Tuesday; lost property by a Somer Street resident reported lost t 12:43 a.m. Wednesday. No names were provided on any of the reports.
– Officers assisted Washingtonville police find a runaway juvenile on Somer Street at 7:08 p.m. Wednesday.
– Dan Palmer, of the 1600 block of North Lincoln Avenue, called at 6:17 p.m. Wednesday to report vandalism of a mailbox. Police checked the area and believed a vehicle drove off the side of the road and clipped mailboxes as it passed.
– Police assisted an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper with a traffic stop at 1:43 a.m. Wednesday in the 1700 block of Depot Road.
– Police responded to the area of Continental and Bentley Drive where a female was lying in the road at 6:08 p.m. Wednesday. Fire department first responders and KLG also responded. The female had reportedly walked away from a nearby nursing home and tripped over the curb, landing in the road causing injuries to her face. She was taken by KLG to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– A man on Walnut Street reported at 9:23 a.m. Thursday that someone removed $200 from his bank account on Tuesday without his consent or knowledge. He was not identified.
– An officer at Circle K East, 1125 E. State St., at 1:20 a.m. Thursday was given a social security card left by a patron. The clerk also handed over two bank cards left behind. All three items were placed in the police lost and found.
– A social worker at Ivy Woods Manor in North Lima reported at 9:53 a.m. Wednesday that a female resident staying at the nursing home had been assaulted on Monday within the city of Salem. The incident is under investigation.
– A woman came to the police station at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday to provide information regarding possible criminal activity involving a minor. The information will be forwarded to an investigator.
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– A woman on North Ellsworth Avenue reported at 8:35 a.m. Thursday that her ex-boyfriend and father of her children will not bring the children back. They were never married and he refuses to bring them home. She was told her options. An officer attempted to contact him, but was not successful.
– Police were called at 8:24 a.m. Thursday to the 500 block of South Broadway Avenue where the driver side window was broken out of a vehicle. An officer was attempting to contact the owner to advise of the damage.
– A reckless vehicle was reported at 5:20 a.m. Thursday on East Third Street, but could not be found.
– An unknown problem was reported at 2:44 a.m. Thursday in the 100 block of Washington Avenue. The caller told police a person was standing outside and appeared to be yelling towards the residence. No one was found.
– An employee of Salem Regional Medical Center called at 2:20 a.m. Thursday to request a welfare check on a female resident in the 2000 block of Fisher Lane. An officer made contact with the woman who requested medical attention and was taken to the hospital by ambulance for treatment.
– Loud persons were reported at 1:53 a.m. Thursday on Continental Drive. They were told about the complaint and agreed to keep their voices down.
– Police responded at 6:59 p.m. Wednesday to the 300 block of Fair Avenue to check the well-being of a person, but learned the person did not live there. Another residence was checked, but no contact was made.
– A man advised at 5:16 p.m. Wednesday that several days ago a known male arrived at his apartment on Sixth Street and pounded on the door throughout the night. The person had propped a chair up in the hallway outside his door and slept there. He doesn’t want the person at his residence, but did not have a phone to call police at the time. He was told police will tell the person not to return.
– A caller at 4:34 p.m. Wednesday reported a female pushing a stroller in the road where a sidewalk was available on West State Street. Nobody was found.
– A woman from Salem Care Center, 1985 E. Pershing St., at 4:32 p.m. Wednesday provided police with records and a name regarding a theft within the business. The incident is under investigation.
– A caller at 3:08 p.m. Wednesday reported a female arguing with her boyfriend in the 100 block of West Fourth Street, with a grandfather worried about her well-being. She told police all was fine. The boyfriend had left when they started arguing. She was told to contact her grandfather.
– Police were told to check a residence in the 200 block of Washington Avenue at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday, but no one would answer the door. Then police were told to go to the 100 block, but were told to disregard the call before they arrived.
– A dog was reported barking inside a residence in the 400 block of Howard Avenue at 2:23 p.m. Wednesday. No one was home. The caller was told to call back if the dog is still barking later.
– A woman in the 100 block of East Wilson Street reported at 1:48 p.m. Wednesday that she was receiving unwanted phone calls and text messages from a female known to her. She was at the friend’s residence earlier in the day and the calls just recently started. An officer will attempt to make contact with the other person.
– A woman in the 400 block of East Sixth Street reported at 1:23 p.m. Wednesday that Fed Ex delivered two large packages to her front porch addressed to a different name with her address. She’s lived there the past three years and wasn’t familiar with the name on the shipping label. The boxes were brought to the department and contact was made with Fed Ex to pick them up.
– Officers made contact with a resident in the 400 block of Franklin at 11:05 a.m. Wednesday at the request of Children Services.
– A caller reported a metal water lid part way off in the 100 block of South Ellsworth Avenue at 9:56 a.m. Wednesday. A motorist in a Lincoln SUV had already replaced it to prevent someone from damaging a tire.
– Loud music was reported at 7:57 a.m. Wednesday in the 700 block of East Fifth Street where a person was working on a front porch and had music playing outside that was loud. He turned down the music.
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– Police responded at 11:02 p.m. Wednesday to a domestic dispute in the area of State and Michigan boulevards involving a male and female who started arguing, then the female took the keys from the male’s vehicle and threw them. The man told police he found his keys and did not wish to pursue any charges. Both parties said it was verbal only and no threats or assault occurred.
– Police along with KLG Ambulance and Perry Township Fire Department responded to the 1800 block of South Lincoln Avenue at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday for a reported medical call, assisting KLG with a lift assist.
– Amy Johnson, Meadowood Apartments, Salem, reported at 11:29 a.m. Tuesday she was at a home on Rainbow Lane Circle to pick up her mother. Her sister, who lives there too, became upset about her mother leaving and began yelling and cursing. Her sister also reportedly hit her car. Both sisters agreed to stay away from each other.
– Susan Mullen, owner of the Elkton Auto Corral, reported at 11:19 a.m. Tuesday a car was damaged in the company’s Elkton lot sometime overnight.
– Claudia Bartley, Ellsworth Road, Minerva, reported at 8:55 p.m. Tuesday her husband, whom she has a protection order against, has sent her four emails. Corey Bartley, 37, Ridgeleigh Drive, Minerva, was found at his home by Minerva police and taken to the county jail.
– Steve Jenkins, U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, reported at 3:44 p.m. Tuesday he has been waiting for a package to be delivered and learned the post office delivered it on June 19. He believes it was stolen from the mailbox. The box contained 19.6 grams of 14-carat gold.
– Nickki Winters, North Vine Street, reported at 10:47 a.m. July 3 her neighbor has numerous amounts of garbage behind the house and is now causing Winters problems. The neighbor was advised that the garbage must be picked up within 48 hours or charges will be filed. An officer returned to the house two days later and observed the property was cleaned up.
– A vehicle was reported at 10:31 p.m. July 9 parked on the curb lawn at a West Washington Street house. After several attempts to contact the owner of the vehicle, a parking ticket was issued.
Travis E. Hickman, 30, Alliance, was cited for driving under OVI suspension and marijuana possession after a traffic stop on Wardingly Avenue at 6:48 a.m. Tuesday. The license plates were seized per the Bureau of Motor Vehicles order.
– A Homestead Drive resident reported at 9 a.m. Tuesday cash was taken from their vehicle.
– A Royal Birkdale Drive resident reported at 9:16 a.m. Tuesday prescription pills were taken from their vehicle.
– A Canterbury Court resident reported at 9:34 a.m. Tuesday cash was taken from their vehicle.
– Rural Metro Ambulance reported at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday a Stanton Drive resident was not answering for an appointment. Police found the person at the nursing home.
– Angela Mullet, no address listed, reported at 5:54 p.m. Tuesday a four-wheeler was possibly stolen?
– A woman reported at 8:13 p.m. Tuesday kids were riding a four-wheeler on Juniper Drive. Police checked and did not see anyone on a four-wheeler, although they did speak with a man building a house nearby who said the landowner of the vacant lots gave him permission for his children to ride their four-wheeler there, and he was supervising them with his in-laws while they rode.
– A Manor Drive man reported at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday someone took a concrete duck from his yard.
– Elizabeth Leonard, East Friend Street, reported at 11:44 p.m. Tuesday kids were sleeping in a tent in a neighboring back yard and were making an excessive amount of noise. Police found the kids and their mother were watching a movie in the tent. They were told to keep the noise down.
– One man was charged, and an arrest warrant was issued for a second after an officer noticed a vehicle pull out against the flow of traffic on Avondale Street. Patrolman Steve Adkins followed the vehicle as it turned left onto Illinois Street, traveling about 20 feet where the driver and passenger both jumped out and began running. The vehicle then coasted backward, striking the cruiser. Adkins exited the cruiser and ordered the men to stop, but they failed to comply, with the driver running up Illinois and the passenger running past the cruiser onto Avondale Street. The passenger, Dacious D. Cole, 18, no address listed, was located by Adkins on Minerva Street and charged with obstructing official business. Detectives issued a warrant for the driver, Javen Call, no age or address listed, for felony theft of an automobile.
– David Anderson, Lisbon Street, reported he paid a company $2,250 of the $4,500 cost to put a new roof on his house and that workers did some work but did not return to complete the work. He called to complain, so some workers put tarps on his roof during Sunday’s rain storm and then returned Tuesday to do some more work, but took their tools without completing the job. He said they did a poor job on the remainder of the roof and his calls to the company have gone unanswered. Anderson was advised he will need to contact an attorney since this is a civil matter.
– A man came to the police station at 7:19 a.m. Wednesday to turn over a wallet and cell phone case found while he was walking at Reilly Stadium. The items were placed in lost and found.
– Police were called at 6:53 p.m. Tuesday to the parking lot at Giant Eagle for a possible assault involving a knife. The victim was inside the business and the suspect was outside in a vehicle. The male was located in the vehicle and patted down for the safety of officers and no knife was found. The female inside the business said the male assaulted her several hours earlier and she asked him to leave but he refused. She said he had not assaulted her with a knife and she did not know if he had one. She just wanted him out of her vehicle and not to return to her home. He was warned of the potential criminal charges if he made threats, harassed her by phone, or stalked her and what he could face for striking her. She didn’t want to file charges. No names were provided.
– Dewey Souers, of East Pershing Street, reported at 4:56 p.m. Tuesday that sometime during the last week of June, numerous articles of clothing were stolen from his residence. He also reported two laptop computers stolen either last week or the first week in July.
– Susan Fuese, 49, of Boardman, was cited for a violation of obedience to traffic control devices after an accident involving her vehicle and a semi tractor trailer at 4:24 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Franklin and South Lincoln Avenue. The truck driven by Jerome Edmondson, 40, of Detroit, Mich., was turned left from South Lincoln onto Franklin to head east and Fuese’s vehicle was sitting stationary facing west on Franklin in front of the stop line for the red traffic light. The trailer tire struck the front left side of the Fuese vehicle because the vehicle was stopped past the point it should have been, the report said.
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– A man from West Pershing Street reported at 7:06 a.m. Wednesday that every Tuesday night while at work a blocked number calls and makes threats to kill him. The blocked number calls numerous times and sends the cab company to a location where nobody is there to be picked up. He wanted a report on file and was told to call police if anything suspicious happens.
– An officer on patrol at 2:09 a.m. Wednesday on East State Street near Lundy Avenue saw four males who appeared under the age of 18. They were identified and three were juveniles. They were given a ride back home to the 400 block of Franklin Street. The parent was advised that a written note does not give them permission to be out past curfew.
– An officer provided assistance at 11:17 p.m. Tuesday to a Goshen Police officer who dropped off a man at a residence in the 200 block of Vine Avenue.
– Police were called at 10:58 p.m. Wednesday to the 200 block of Continental Drive for a fire alarm. The fire department was there and reported there was a leak in the wet system and the problem was taken care of.
– A woman from Fourth Street reported at 10:22 p.m. Tuesday that a dog chased her down and was aggressive towards her in the 300 block of Rose Avenue. She said the same dog has done this a number of times in the past. Officers contacted the female caring for the dog since the owner is out of town and said the dog ran out the door when she was trying to secure it in the house. The dog was secured inside.
– Police responded to the north parking lot at the high school after receiving a report at 9:17 p.m. Tuesday about a yellow Mustang being operated recklessly and spinning in circles. The vehicle was located with a silver vehicle in the middle of the lot. The driver denied any reckless driving, saying they were just driving through the cones and may have squealed the tires while turning sharply. Officers did not detect a smell of burnt rubber and found no evidence of peeling tires.
– Police noted an unsecured vehicle with the windows down in the 100 block of North Ellsworth Avenue at 8:54 p.m. Tuesday, with no keys in the vehicle. An attempt was made to contact the owner.
– While checking on a business in the 1700 block of Salem Parkway West at 6:12 p.m. Tuesday, an officer saw an overhead bay door open. No employees were found on the scene. The keyholder was contacted and responded to secure the building.
– Police were dispatched to the 1100 block of Prospect Street at 5:42 p.m. Tuesday to assist Perry Township Police with an incident that possibly happened in the city. The incident was determined to have occurred in the township.
-A deputy was called to the Sunrise Trailer Park on Frances Drive, Wellsville, at 12:34 a.m. Tuesday, where Tammy Merriman reported her roommate, Nicholas Decanio, had been drinking and was being loud. Both said there was no argument, although a window was found broken, but Decanio said it broke because it was off the tracks.
– Dave Butcher, 12th Street, Wellsville, reported Monday being struck in the nose by his stepfather while they were riding in a vehicle. The incident occurred around West Point Trucking and Butcher just wanted a report on file.
– Billy Brown, Endley Road, Lisbon, reported Monday being hit in the face by an unknown male with a ponytail while walking on Steubenville Pike in Center Township. The incident was witnessed by Jessica Coil, who said she broke up the fight. The other person was identified as Homer Carnes, and Coil said Brown struck Carnes after he made a disparaging remark to Brown, and that Carnes defended himself. Brown and Carnes were both found to be drunk, and Carnes declined to pursue charges.
– Haan Phelps reported Monday the Bethel United Church on Buck Road, Beloit, was broken into through a basement window. A safe was stolen.
– A deputy received a report of a suspicious person at the Rogers post office at 11:50 p.m. Sunday. The deputy found a man resting and warming his hands before continuing on his way.
-A loud music complaint was received for Sunset Drive, Hanover Township, at midnight June 20. The homeowner agreed to turn down the music.
– The sheriff’s office was asked to perform a welfare check on someone living on Taylor Road, Middleton Township, at 10:25 p.m. June 23. The deputy spoke to the resident, who said he was fine.
– Nancy Germanovich, Route 45, Elkrun Township, reported at 6:41 p.m. Saturday a semi-trailer driven by Courtney Carpenter of Falcon Trucking became stuck in her yard and left numerous ruts while trying to get out. Germanovich wanted a report on file in case Falcon did not take care of the damage.
– The sheriff’s department was asked to perform a welfare check at a home on Hartley Road, Knox Township, at noon Monday. The sheriff’s office determined the person, Kevin Wasmire, now lived in Alliance and asked police there to check on him. This occurred after Wasmire’s ex-wife reported he was supposed to report to the county jail to begin serving a 10-day sentence and that he had been following her from court in Lisbon on state Route 172. Ms. Wasmire called the sheriff’s office, which directed her to come to the jail, and when she turned onto the road he kept on going. Ms. Wasmire said he resumed following her after she left but she later managed to lose him.
– Glenn Wickersham, state Route 164, Lisbon, reported Monday being involved in a property dispute with his neighbor, Ross Halstead. Wickersham was advised he should have the property surveyed to settle the dispute.
– Lisa Kinsey, Mahoning Avenue, Homeworth, reported Monday some medication was stolen from her home. Kinsey said in April she and her husband took in a man because he was homeless. He was only supposed to stay for three weeks but it turned into three months, and they asked him to leave. Afterward, they discovered their percocet and vicodin medications were missing.
– A Liverpool Township police officer was found to be at fault in the July 8 traffic accident that sent him to East Liverpool Hospital. According to the report released Tuesday, officer Kevin Hughes, 44, LaCroft, was westbound on Ada Street in Liverpool Township at 12:23 p.m. in a police cruiser and attempting to turn left from a stop sign at the state Route 267 intersection when he was struck by a northbound vehicle driven by Eric Michael Scott Hughes, 19, Chester, W.Va. Kevin Hughes was cited for stop sign.
– Christopher L. Edmond, 24, state Route 19, Salineville, was westbound on state Route 39 in Washington Township at 2:10 p.m. July 8 and went off the left side into a curb, a ditch, and an embankment, a culvert and a came to rest on the south end of the road. He was cited for failure to control.
– Henry J. Carver, 64, Alliance, was southbound on a motorcycle on Stroup Road in Hanover Township at 8:55 p.m. Saturday and came to a stop sign, lost balance and overturned.
– Police went to 66 South Washington St. at 5:55 a.m. Friday for a report from a newspaper deliverer that an alarm was sounding off and a light was flashing at the home. Police went to the home and found the door locked and notified the manager to have it unlocked. Once inside it was discovered that the male resident had accidentally pulled the alarm in his sleep and there were no problems.
– A T&M Hardware employee reported at 6 p.m. Monday a man who had made threats in the store in the past was there when he was no longer welcome.
– James Cope, North Market Street, requested at 7:43 p.m. Monday his daughter be warned against coming to the property after she has reportedly stolen change and he no longer wanted her there. Police warned Candice Desanzo of the complaint.
– Richard Hura, Court Street, reported at noon Monday a client made threats.
– A Marathon employee reported at 12:33 p.m. Monday a black and white dog was running in and out of traffic near the service station on West Park and had almost caused several accidents. Police returned the dog to its owner, Miranda Harold, and warned her for dogs at large.
– A woman reported at 4:42 p.m. Monday it smelled like someone was burning garbage on West Park Avenue near Vine Street. Police found the small fire at 133 West Park St. and warned the homeowner of the complaint and the legality of burning trash. The fire was then extinguished.
– Jen Calko reported at 4:57 p.m. Monday two men were driving recklessly westbound on state Route 14 from East Palestine and passed a semi truck on a curve while hugging the yellow line. Police checked the area but did not find the vehicle.
– A man reported at 5:36 p.m. Monday adults with young children were at the South Main Street railroad crossing and the adults were allowing the children to play on the tracks. Police found two mothers with children were waiting on the next train so the children could see it. The children were not on the tracks and there were no other problems.
– Adam J. Zola, 25, Hermitage, Pa., was charged Tuesday morning with failure to control and leaving the scene after the vehicle he was driving east on West Fifth Street reportedly went off the side of the roadway, striking a road sign. Afterward, Zola reportedly fled the scene and was found in the Auto Zone parking lot a few blocks away. According to reports, the impact caused extensive damage to the concrete sidewalk and vehicle.
– A man not identified in reports told officers he took a taxi from a nightclub Monday and left his wallet in the cab. The next day, the man retrieved his wallet from the cab company but it was missing $1,000. He could not recall what driver he had the previous night.
– Maryann Kennedy, McKinnon Avenue, reported returning home to find a flowerpot knocked from a shelf, possibly by a neighbor, according to reports.
– Clyde Harris, Pennsylvania Avenue, reported a $100 check cashed from his account, telling officers he had no idea how anyone got a check from his home.
– Christopher Osborne, Morton Street, reported his vehicle broken into and items stolen.
– Joshua Quarterman, no age or address listed, was cited for loud stereo after Chief John Lane reported he could hear Quarterman’s car stereo even before he saw his vehicle turn into the parking lot of Woodland Hills.
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– An officer was flagged down about a man who needed an ambulance after being assaulted. No other details were reported.
– Robert Jones, Y&O Road, reported he was sleeping in a living room chair when two unknown men kicked in his door and entered, shone a flashlight into his eyes and told him not to move. They took the safe from beside his chair and fled. The incident remains under investigation.
– Officers were dispatched to Game Stop for a man inside the store because another man was outside, waiting to possibly beat him up.
– A backpack containing cash, clothing and glasses, and a remote control truck were reported taken from a vehicle parked at Oakmont Plaza.
– Tammy Coppock, no address listed, reported she was in Advance Auto on St. Clair Avenue when someone entered her unlocked car and took her purse from the seat. A motorist called police moments later to report seeing someone throwing a purse from a black car southbound on St. Clair Avenue near Oakmont Street. The purse was found to be Coppock’s. The purse and its contents, except for about $100, were recovered.
– A swastika was spray-painted on the porch of the Maple Avenue home of Anita Kavanagh in the early-morning hours July 6.
– Chance Osborn, Clark Avenue, reported a 12-gauge H&R shotgun was stolen between noon July 4 and 8 p.m. July 5.
– Benny Eastham, was cited for driving under suspension and a stop sign violation after a traffic stop at 8 p.m. July 5.
– Scott Deitch, of Henry Avenue, reported a Garmin GPS, a case of Dr. Pepper and three phone chargers were stolen from his unlocked 2011 Chevrolet Impala sometime overnight July 3.
– Anthony Powell, Chester Avenue, was cited for OVI, window tint, no seat belt and drug abuse after a traffic stop at Seventh and Main at 6:59 p.m. July 3. Two baggies of weed were found under the driver’s seat.
– Alexandria Mason, Lincoln Avenue, reported July 3 the father of her child, Neil Blubaugh of Beaver Falls, Pa., threatened to kill her a week prior if she filed for child support from him. She was advised on how to file a protection order.
– Tanya Powell, Main Street, reported July 2 someone broke in that morning while her and her boyfriend, Brian Crammer, were sleeping and stole medication, a carton of cigarettes and $20 cash missing. Powell called back two hours later to report a second break-in had occurred, with a cell phone and change from a bank taken
William Moore, Chester Avenue, reported June 30 some kicked in the back door and stole an antique pocket watch, a Timex wristwatch, a gold wedding ring and some cologne.
– A set of keys found in the area of Franklin and South Lundy Avenue were turned over to police at 2:56 p.m. Tueday and placed in lost and found.
– Jeffrey Smith, 51, of Warren, was cited for failure to control after telling police at 2:04 p.m. Tuesday that he had a seizure and drove off of the road while westbound on Pennsylvania Avenue in the 800 block. Witnesses advised the same and he was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center. It was determined he was not under the influence, with unknown damage to the vehicle.
– Zachary Clark of Canton reported at 7:15 p.m. Monday that his cell phone was stolen from his vehicle near the 200 block of North Ellsworth Avenue. The phone had fallen out of his pocket into his vehicle and he entered a business and left the windows down. When he returned the phone was gone.
– Rachelle Wells of Lisbon reported at 5:39 p.m. Monday that her Jeep was legally parked in the Aldi’s parking lot on East State Street when it was struck by another vehicle which left. The Jeep sustained damage to the left rear.
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– A possible intoxicated driver was reported at 3:23 p.m. Tuesday in the area of North Madison Avenue and East State Street. An officer located the vehicle on Cleveland Street and spoke to the driver who had ice cream in hand and was trying to eat it while driving.
– Police were called at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday to Cunningham Road for a well-being check for people walking down the road. No one was found.
– An anonymous caller reported at 3:07 p.m. Tuesday that her neighbor on Hawley Avenue was harassing her because her dogs got loose. An officer was attempting to contact the neighbor.
– A woman in the 300 block of North Howard Avenue reported at 12:59 p.m. Tuesday that her ex-husband isn’t to have any contact with her or their child and came over to her vehicle while she was at Speedway. She said he began yelling obscenities at her and attempted to gain entry into the vehicle while her girlfriend was getting back into the car. The child he’s to have no contact with was in the back seat. He was yelling about getting visitation, but the victim said he would have to go to court and with his previous problems he’s had, that would be unlikely. An officer attempted to contact him.
– A man on Cleveland Street reported at 12:44 p.m. Tuesday that his neighbor had loud music playing and walked across the street toward his house and was yelling at him. Both parties were told to stay on their own property and not have contact.
– Police had been called for a loud music complaint at 12:05 p.m. Tuesday, but when they arrived, there was no music. A juvenile said he took the music inside to alleviate the problem. His mother asked about the city ordinance and said the neighbor should not have called. An officer told her it was an anonymous caller, but she felt it was a neighbor.
– Officers were dispatched along with fire department first responders and EMT Ambulance to the 2100 block of Monroe Street at 5:43 a.m. Tuesday in reference to a medical situation from an alarm. The door was locked and had to be opened by the fire department. Once inside, an officer spoke with a person who was startled by the entry and said no medical assistance was needed.
– An intoxicated person under the age of 21 was reported at 2:27 a.m. Tuesday in the area of Salem Regional Medical Center. Hospital security pointed out the person and officers made contact, but found no violations.
– At 11:58 p.m. Monday, police were dispatched to Salem Regional Medical Center regarding an unwanted person. Security said a woman was causing problems with medical staff and they wanted her to leave the property. An officer spoke to her and she agreed to leave. At the same time, police were called for a man at the hospital who said his gun was stolen from his truck while parked there.
– A man in the 600 block of Ohio Avenue reported at 10:25 p.m. Monday that a medium-sized dog was on his front porch and was aggressive towards him. He said he’s reported the dog before. An officer checked at a residence, but the dog did not belong there. The dog was not found.
– Police assisted with traffic control for a medical emergency in the 1800 block of East State Street at 8:28 p.m. Monday. A person was taken to the hospital by ambulance.
– Police were called to West Pershing Street at 7:52 p.m. Monday for loud persons/possible dispute. Officers spoke with one of the persons involved who said he had been walking on West Pershing Street when someone called him a name. Officers then spoke to the person who called him a name. Both were told to stay away from each other.
– A woman in the 300 block of West Seventh Street reported criminal damaging at 7:39 p.m. Monday, saying the back door dead bolt lock had been damaged around the Fourth of July. The resident said she tried to use her key to unlock the dead bolt but her key would not fit. The bottom lock on the door still locked when she saw the damage. It did not appear that anyone made entry. The landlord said she was going to replace the dead bolt but wanted a report filed.
– A woman on South Lundy Avenue reported at 7:37 p.m. Monday that several young kids were playing in her driveway, on the street and in a nearby parking lot for a business. She said the children are not being supervised and this happens daily. An officer spoke to the juveniles about staying off of other people’s property and the street. They went back to their residence in the 400 block of Franklin Street.
– An employee of a business in the 900 block of South Ellsworth Avenue reported at 7:13 p.m. Monday that someone cut a chain fence at the rear of the property within the last week, then heavy gauge copper wire was cut and stolen from inside the fence.
– A woman in the 200 block of South Lincoln Avenue reported at 5:55 p.m. Monday that the business where she works received a call from an unknown female asking if she was working, then she received a call on her private cell phone from the same unknown female who made threats. She provided police with the name of a possible suspect and was told to call police if the female comes to her place of employment and causes issues.
– Police were called to the 200 block of North Madison Avenue at 5:45 p.m. Monday for a report of children playing in the street. Children were found playing in a yard but they denied being in the street. They were warned about the dangers.
– Police were called at 5:38 p.m. Monday to the 900 block of West Wilson Street for a medical problem. A female had fallen and hit her head. Fire department first responders and an ambulance were called to the scene. The ambulance took her to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– An intoxicated person/driver was reported in the 100 block of West State Street at 5:05 p.m. Monday. The person was located, identified and it was determined he was not intoxicated.
– A woman came to the police station at 4:59 p.m. Monday to request an officer go with her to Centennial Park to search for her missing son due to him becoming combative with her in the past. He was not there. He also was not located at a residence on Fourth Street.
– A dog was reported locked in a vehicle in the Walmart parking lot at 4:10 p.m. Monday. An officer found the dog and the windows were adequately down. The dog did not appear in distress. The owner arrived and was told about the complaint and left.
– An anonymous caller at 1:45 p.m. Monday reported a vehicle parked illegally on East Sixth Street, but no illegally parked vehicle was found.
– Nelson Rodriquez, Elyria, reported at 9:43 a.m. Friday he purchased some items at the Rogers Sale and his wife went to move the vehicle to a closer parking space. He was standing in the space, waiting for his wife to get back, when a man driving a black Ford pickup struck him from behind. The two had words and the man got out of the pickup wanting to fight. Deputies found the vehicle registration belongs to Scott F. Okey of Massillon and are attempting to talk to him to see who was driving his truck and what happened from his prospective.
– David Strawn, Slater Road, Salem, reported at 9:16 a.m. Friday between 11:30 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. someone damaged his mailbox and the post.
– Bev Shepard, state Route 558, Leetonia, reported at 9:23 a.m. Friday someone left her neighbor’s home in a pickup at about 9:30 p.m. Thursday. Her husband Don found the storm door of the house standing open Friday morning and looked further to find the back door had been forced open. The drawers in the bedrooms were searched through by someone. The owner of the home is in a nursing facility at this time.
– Rose Neal, Darner Road, Lisbon, reported at 9:22 a.m. Friday a small black car was parked off the side of the road and someone was talking on the phone. No vehicle was found by deputies.
– Darrell Metzger, Stephen Drive, Minerva, reported at 11:50 a.m. Friday they are having an ongoing problem with their granddaughter’s father when he comes to the house to pick up the child for visitation. Friday, he reportedly pulled into the driveway and Metzger’s dog barked at him, but was called away. The father then reportedly began yelling obscenities toward Metzger’s wife, threatened to harm Metzger and yelled at Metzger’s mother.
– A combative man was reported at 12:25 p.m. Friday at Kaleidoscope on Peace Valley Road, East Palestine. Staff reportedly had to restrain him several times. He was transported by New Waterford EMS to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Youngstown. No charges were filed. The was placed at Kaleidoscope by Cuyahoga County.
– Alice Crawford, Kurtz Road, Minerva, reported at 3:45 p.m. Friday someone purposely ran over her small dog.
– Vivian Ryan, Case Road, Beloit, reported at 5:55 p.m. Friday a domestic dispute at a Lake Front Drive home. Deputies spoke to Michele Morrow, who said her boyfriend, Allen Reed, came home very intoxicated and began breaking things. Deputies tried to speak with him but he was too intoxicated. He got into a deputy’s face and was taken to the ground, handcuffed and taken to the county jail.
– Farm equipment was reported blocking the roadway for more than an hour on Hartley Road between Bandy Road and South Mahoning Avenue at 10:24 p.m. Friday. Deputies did not find anything blocking the roadway.
– Charlene Makowiecki, Pancake Clarkson Road, Negley, reported a domestic dispute at 9:22 p.m. Saturday. She said when she came home, her roommate came outside very angry and struck her vehicle at least three times with a metal crowbar. Robbie Angus, Pancake Clarkson Road, was charged with criminal damaging.
– Shivon Goodwin, North Street, Salineville, reported at 12:38 a.m. Sunday when she came back from getting cigarettes she found Craig Mayhew, 41, was upstairs overdosing on heroin. Tri-County EMS was able to awaken him and he was transported to East Liverpool City Hospital for treatment. Deputies found a syringe and spoon with residue in it and Mayhew reportedly admitted he just used heroin.
– Richard Richards, West Seventh Street, Salem, reported at 3:24 a.m. Sunday medication was stolen from him while he was camping at Westville Lake.
– Valerie Bowers, Walnut Street, Rogers, reported at 6:50 a.m. Friday she and her boyfriend were arguing and he pushed her. She did not want him charged. Deputies spoke to the boyfriend at work, who claimed she was pushing him and wanted the keys to his vehicle, but he would not allow it. He pushed her away and left for work.
– Linda McVey, no address listed, reported her 13-year-old grandson was assaulted by his stepfather, Gary Holloway Jr. Deputies spoke to the boy, who said Holloway punched him in the face. He had notable swelling around his eye and was taken by KLG to Salem Regional Medical Center. Holloway, 50, Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, was charged with domestic violence.
– Alice Bardo, Center Avenue, Lisbon, reported at 11:01 p.m. Sunday she was receiving harassing phone calls from someone she knows, who called her three times. He threatened to make her husband lose his job, call Children Services on them and then to have two people beat her husband’s head in.
– Michael Dunlap, West School Street, East Rochester, reported a man he knows was intoxicated and making threats. The other man reportedly said he can forgive but not forget and warned Dunlap he has one coming. Deputies called the other man and left a voicemail warning him to cease.
– Jeremy Townsend, Elwonger Road, East Palestine, reported at 7:54 p.m. Sunday at he and Felicia Benton learned Shane Gillespie was at Benton’s home and had made threats to kill Townsend. Near the house, Gillespie reportedly jumped into the road holding a knife between 12 and 16 inches long, causing her to swerve around him. They safely reached the home and his father called deputies. Benton’s small children were reportedly in the vehicle when this occurred.
– Angie Inglegue, Buckeye Road, Lisbon, reported at 5:42 p.m. Sunday someone took four BF Goodwrench tires and aluminum Chevy rims from her property. A vehicle was also entered and change was taken. A family member watching the house told her they noticed a white truck and blue car, which drove by the house.
– Stacey Mills, Taylor Road, Negley, reported at 4:01 p.m. Sunday she and her boyfriend received threatening text messages including threats that someone was going to shoot her dog and the house.
– Police responded to a loud music complaint on East Lincoln Way at 12:46 a.m. Sunday and spoke with Karen Stockman and Douglas Orr, who were told to turn down the volume.
– A resident of West Chestnut Street reported Saturday that the woman he rents a room from knocked on his door, and when he opened the door she was standing their naked. The caller’s 13-year-son was with him at the time, and he does not think the woman should be walking around naked. Police told him this was something he needed to work out with her.
– Police responded to a loud argument on Maple Street at 11:44 p.m. Thursday and found Cary Barnes and Kaci Bailey standing next to a pickup truck loaded with Barnes’ personal belongings. Barnes said because his blood pressure medication was missing, he wanted a report on file so he could get the prescription refilled. Barnes was told if he returned to the residence he would be charged with trespassing.
– A guest at the Days Inn reported two men was fighting in the parking lot at 11:52 p.m. Thursday. Police arrived and the two men said there was some problem with a man wanting to slash one of their vehicle’s tires. The men were told they could not drink beer in the parking lot without being cited for having an open container of alcohol in public. The men were staying in the hotel, and police told them to take their beer inside.
– A clerk at the Circle K reported a skinny white male wearing a dark hoody, khaki shorts and ball cap ran out of the store at 12:39 a.m. Friday without paying for two 24-ounce cans of Bud Ice he took from the beer cooler.
– A woman reported at 12:18 a.m. Friday she was advised that her 16-year-old daughter was drunk and had just left her father’s home on Maple Street. The caller then provided police with a list of possible homes in town where her daughter might show up. Police checked those locations but did not find her.
– Jerrold L. Gurney, Wood Street, reported burglary at 9:40 p.m. Sunday. Police went to 107 Wood St. and arrested two male juveniles for burglary and took them to the Tobin Center.
– A woman reported at 2:25 a.m. Sunday a loud noise was coming from a garage on North Bayshore. Police checked but did not locate the source.
– Kenneth J. Shea, 22, Columbiana, was arrested and cited for OVI and speeding following a traffic stop on state Route 14 at 2:54 a.m. Sunday.
– A woman reported at 2 p.m. Sunday a van was parked in front of her South Elm Street home and was partially blocking her driveway for the last few hours. Police located the owner who said it had broken down and AAA was on the way.
– Police stood by for a traffic stop on state Route 164 and state Route 14 to assist the Highway Patrol at 2:55 a.m. Sunday.
– A woman reported at 9:28 a.m. Sunday she saw Jamie Booher, 33, at her house on Union Street standing on the railing of her porch and was talking and was concerned she would fall. Police checked on her and there were no problems. At 10 p.m. a man reported Booher was on the roof of her home shaking electrical wires. She was arrested and taken to the county jail for obstructing official business after she ran from officers and threw things at then.
– Adams Khamis Zia, West South Range Road, Salem, was westbound on state Route 14 at 5:24 p.m. Saturday just west of County Line Road and struck a curb on the passenger side causing both tires to blow out. He was cited for failure to control.
– Sue Sasic, age and address not listed, was southbound on state Route 164 at 10:38 a.m. Sunday and was struck by John Milnes, age and address not listed, as he pulled out of private drive. Milnes was cited for failure to yield.
– Lokelani Kalima, West Salem Street, reported at 12:28 p.m. Sunday someone used her bank card.
– A Dunkin Donuts employee reported a possible telephone scam at 4:32 p.m. Sunday.
– The Highway Patrol reported at 5:24 p.m. Sunday a white pickup truck was all over the road westbound on state Route 14 east of state Route 7. Police did not located the vehicle.
– A man reported at 9 p.m. Sunday a person who was possibly special needs was at Envelope 1 on state Route 344. Police checked but did not find the person.
– Sherry Bennet, Manor Drive, reported a cat bite at 10 p.m. Sunday. Police were unable to contact the cat’s owner.
– A man reported at 10:40 p.m. Sunday a man was using a green laser light on car rear view mirrors on North West Street near the dead end.
– A woman reported at 10:12 p.m. Sunday someone was possibly drunk driving westbound on state Route 7. Police checked but did not find the vehicle.
– Robert DeSarro, Michigan Street, reported his estranged wife cleaned out his bank account while he was hospitalized, taking more than $300 from his son’s SSI check. He was advised to speak with the law director about possibly filing charges.
– Matthew A. Tibbs, 27, New Cumberland, W.Va., was charged Monday with failure to control after he reportedly lost control of his vehicle while eastbound on Pennsylvania Avenue, striking an electric pole.
St. Clair Township
– Officers were called to the Four Seasons Mini Mart on Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road for an intoxicated man taking lottery tickets. There, they reported seeing Shayne B. Kosek, 26, Cricket Lane, reaching around one of the ticket dispensers with several tickets on the counter in front of him and scratching off tickets. He was charged with theft and disorderly conduct and reportedly was found in possession of two packages of batteries and push pops from the store.
– After stopping a vehicle on Martha Street Saturday, an officer reported the driver, Brandon A. Green, 21, Martha Street, was driving with a suspended license and was shaking uncontrollably. Inside a cigarette pack, officers found a black paper they reported is often used to package heroin or cocaine and found two similar pieces in the console of the vehicle that contained power residue. Also found was a pill bottle holding a car part that smelled of burned marijuana as well as a socket underneath the radio that smelled of burned marijuana, according to reports. Green was charged with possession of marijuana paraphernalia and driving under suspension, with other charges pending once lab results are returned.
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– Giant Eagle reported at 5:31 p.m. Sunday ta man tried to steal $188 worth of beer. The store recovered the beer and the man fled in a silver/gray vehicle.
– A clerk at Murphy’s USA, 2869 E. State St., reported at 1:23 p.m. Monday that a male in a yellow car drove off without paying for $31.71 in gas.
– The officer manager of a business in the industrial park in the 1400 block of Quaker Court reported at 12:52 p.m. Monday that she returned to work after being off since July 3 and discovered the money box stolen from its proper location. No other thefts were reported inside the building. The name of the business was not provided.
– Justin Edling, 28, of 31293 U.S. Route 62, was taken into custody on an active warrant out of Columbiana County for contempt of court after an officer saw him in the 900 block of West Pershing Street at 9:23 p.m. Sunday.
– An officer in the 1200 block of Southeast Boulevard at 11:15 p.m. Sunday saw a person ignite a firework from a motor vehicle. A traffic stop was initiated and contact was made with the occupants. The officer confiscated the remaining fireworks for disposal and told the occupants of the potential criminal consequences of their actions. They apologized. Their names were not provided.
– Crystal Croxall of Hampton Place reported at 12:45 p.m. Sunday that her son’s bike was stolen from South Lundy.
– A 17-year-old Salem boy was cited into Juvenile Court for reasonable control after a one-vehicle accident on Egypt Road at the Mahoning/Columbiana county line at 10:40 p.m. Sunday. The driver claimed he swerved to avoid a northbound vehicle in his lane of travel and lost control. The vehicle went off the right side of the road into a ditch, then struck an embankment and flipped nose over tail, landing upside down in the ditch. No injuries were reported. Green Township and Goshen Township personnel assisted at the scene.
– Police responded to Salem Golf Club at 6:33 p.m. Saturday for a report of vandalism to multiple vehicles parked in the lot.
– A possible impaired driver was reported driving recklessly in a gray van at 6:41 p.m. Sunday as it entered and exited the trailer park on Benton Road. The caller claimed the van almost struck a juvenile and a sign in the park before leaving. Salem police were notified since the vehicle headed toward Salem. No vehicle matching the description was found.
– A possible domestic was reported at 8:18 a.m. Saturday in the area between Marion and Lake avenues near Copacia Lake. A male and female had an argument which became loud, but no violence occurred. Their names were not provided.
– Police responded to Beechwood at 11:50 p.m. Friday for a medical. The caller said he fell in the bathroom and hit his head while falling and had a small laceration above his eye and one on his left foot. He was transported by ambulance to SRMC. His name was not provided.
Goshen Police District
– Richard M. Costello, 24, Canfield, was charged with OVI and speed after a traffic stop on state Route 46 south of Western Reserve Road at 1:22 a.m. Sunday.
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– A domestic in progress was reported at 12:35 p.m. Monday in the 500 block of Woodland Avenue. A husband and wife said they had an argument over personal issues. Nothing physical took place.
– A man reported finding a bottle of medication at Centennial Park at 12:05 p.m. Monday. An officer collected the pills and placed the bottle in lost and found.
– An officer on patrol at 10:01 a.m. Monday saw two juveniles playing in Hogan’s Alley near Franklin, stopped and walked them back to their house. The father was told to keep the kids out of the alley.
– A reckless operator reported at 4:43 a.m. Monday in the area of South Ellsworth Avenue and Snyder Road in a black Dodge truck could not be found.
– A domestic dispute was reported at 3:55 a.m. Monday in the 400 block of Sharp Avenue where both parties said they had just been talking loudly, not arguing.
– An officer at 1:37 a.m. Monday checked an abandoned residence in the 700 block of Union Avenue after observing a light inside. No one was found inside.
– A domestic was reported at 11:44 p.m. Sunday in the 800 block of East Fifth Street where a male reported arguing with his girlfriend. Nothing physical took place. He said she had already gone to bed for the evening.
– A domestic dispute was reported at 10:37 p.m. Sunday in the 300 block of Penn Avenue where a woman was arguing with her boyfriend. He left before police arrived. Nothing physical took place.
– Police responded to the 900 block of West Pershing Street late Sunday for a medical issue, along with fire department first responders and KLG Ambulance. A resident lost their balance and had been sweating profusely, but declined to be transported to the hospital. A family member said the person would be monitored.
– A neighbor dispute was reported at 9:12 p.m. Sunday in the 100 block of Washington Avenue. A woman said someone knocked on her door by accident wanting the other neighbor and she became agitated and wanted officers to remove the neighbor from the building. She was told they wouldn’t be removing anyone from the building. Police attempted to contact the neighbor but could not get anyone to answer the door.
– A suspicious person was reported sitting in a yard in the 1300 block of North Lincoln Avenue at 8:53 p.m. Sunday. Police found a 13-year-old boy who said he was walking to a relative’s house in Warren. He was told the distance between Salem and Warren and a family member arrived to take him home.
– Officers on patrol at 7:28 p.m. Sunday saw a suspicious vehicle parked on railroad property on South Ellsworth Avenue and made contact with the driver, who said he had been watching the trains.
– An intoxicated driver was reported at 6:42 p.m. Sunday at West State Street and Benton Road, but the vehicle was not found.
– A woman on Shady Lane called at 6:17 p.m. Sunday to speak with an officer about a situation involving a neighbor. She was told her options.
– A domestic dispute was reported at Centennial Park at 4:23 p.m. Sunday near Oak. A woman was in a verbal dispute with her juvenile child and said her son assaulted her and then fled on foot. He could not be found.
– A woman in the 500 block of Franklin Street called at 4:10 p.m. Sunday to speak with an officer about a situation concerning a female she knows. She was concerned the person was going to show up at her residence and start problems. She was told her options.
– A red Dodge truck was reported being reckless on North Ellsworth Avenue and 10th Street at 2:49 p.m. Sunday, but was not found.
– A woman on Cedar Street reported an issue with a neighbor at 12:51 p.m. Sunday. She said there was an ongoing problem in reference to her property and the bushes on her property. She also believed the neighbors moved her no trespassing sign. An officer contacted the neighbors who said they cleared an old bush/weeds blocking the right of way behind the houses and another neighbor’s house. The woman was told to contact her attorney and the neighbors were told to contact the zoning officer.
– Police were called at 12:42 p.m. Sunday to the Giant Eagle parking lot for a well-being check after an employee said a semi truck had been in the lot since the night before. Officers knocked on the doors of the truck, but no one answered and the doors were locked. The manager will call police back if the truck is still there later.
– A man from South Ellsworth Avenue reported at 12:09 p.m. Sunday that he was walking across State Street near Lundy Avenue and had time to get across when a truck driving east allegedly sped up and tried to hit him. The driver said some cuss words at him and continued driving east. The man returned to his vehicle and saw the truck go into Smith Oil where he saw the person putting air in his tires. He approached the person and they had differing opinions. The man alleged the person had a firearm on his person in plain view and there was an indirect threat made regarding the handgun. The man left and later talked to the clerk and police. The truck was described as a black or dark blue full-size pickup with two small children inside.
– Police assisted with a medical call on West Fifth Street at 9:42 a.m. Sunday, with EMT Ambulance and fire department first responders helping a female.
– A reckless operator peeling tires was reported at 1:32 a.m. Sundayin the 300 block of West Ninth Street, but was not found.
– A deputy was called to 49219 Taylor Road, Negley, at 9:30 p.m. Saturday for a report that a man was missing. The deputy spoke with members of the Negley Volunteer Fire Department who were trying to find the man, identified as Henry Davison, and he was later found pulling out of a driveway and there were no problems.
– Phillip Faulkner, Y&O Road, Lisbon, reported at 9:55 p.m. Sunday on July 4 he had noticed the rear door of his home had some molding around the window broken and the door knob had been partially dented with what appeared to be dried blood smeared on the lower half of the door with multiple scratch marks. Faulkner further reported that he noticed on Sunday the front window screen had been torn off and dented with more blood smeared on the sides of the screen where the metal frame was dented and broke. A deputy spoke with Scott Angelo, a wildlife officer supervisor with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, about the marks on the door and screen to see if they came from an animal.
– Jeanette Goebeler, state Route 172, Minerva, reported at 2:51 p.m. Saturday she was receiving harassing phone calls and text messages from Ashley Archibald, and that the harassment started over a call of domestic violence from a few days ago. Goebeler further reported she needed the vehicle that was titled to her and her ex-boyfriend Sam French. A deputy told her the vehicle was a civil matter and then spoke with Archibald, who reported that she and Goebeler both have children with French and that she was calling Archibald to help her and give her advice but the communication turned into an argument. The deputy told Archibald to have no further contact with Goebeler.
– Walter Newton, state Route 558, Leetonia, reported at 12:22 p.m. Sunday someone broke out the glass to the rear door on the north side of his home and entered the home and took a large jewelry box containing an undetermined amount of old coins and jewelry.
– Wynonna Adams, Buffalo Road, Kensington, reported at 10:59 a.m. Sunday she believes her previous tenant, Jamie Jenkins, had shot the man door to the garage and a satellite dish on the roof of the property he and his family were renting on Buffalo Road. The deputy told Adams the matter was civil and she would need to contact the courts. Her husband George Adams then reported they had a contract with the tenant and that in the contract it stated if the rent was not paid, which was about $5,000 worth, then the tenants could have to vacate the property, and that an eviction notice was on file with the county clerk’s office. The deputy also told him the matter was civil.
– Sara Eason, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 11 a.m. Sunday she had an argument with her mother, Rachel Eason, and then went to her neighbor’s house to calm down and that while there the neighbor, Laurie Henderson, shoved her in the back and shouted at her to get off her property. A deputy spoke with Henderson, who reported that she and Sara Eason got into an argument and Eason began tearing up her house so she left and went up the road to her boyfriend’s house to calm down. Sara Eason then volunteered to go to the Salem hospital with KLG Ambulance.
– Raymond M. Borg, 53, Miller Road, Lisbon, was westbound on U.S. 30 in Madison Township at 6:30 a.m. Sunday and hit a deer.
– Ryan J. Tereba, 34, Niles, was eastbound on U.S. 30 in Madison Township at 4:18 a.m. Saturday and went off the right side into a traffic barrel, guardrail posts and a tree. He was cited for failure to control.
– Tonia K. Holtom, 31, Metz Road, Columbiana, was northbound on Lower Elkton Road in Fairfield Township at 11:45 a.m. Friday and struck Nancy L. Wyatt, 49, Estero, Florida, who was westbound on Kelley Park Road and attempting to cross Lower Elkton Road at the intersection. Wyatt was cited for right of way.
– Jeffery S. Cox, 41, Windsor Drive, East Liverpool, was eastbound on state Route 172 in Center Township at 10 p.m. Thursday and hit a deer.
– Kevin D. Decka, 41, state Route 154, Lisbon, was northbound on state Route 7 in Fairfield Township at 6 p.m. Thursday and was struck from behind by Samuel J. Lailey, 22, Columbiana-Lisbon Road, Columbiana, who was also northbound. Lailey was cited for assured clear distance.
– Daniel F. Galeoti, 59, Dan smith Road, Wellsville, and Pamela Kelley, 49, Seigler Road, Salineville, were eastbound on Cameron Road in Madison Township at 4:46 p.m. Thursday and Galeoti’s vehicle stalled at the stop sign and he backed into Kelley. Galeoti was cited for failure to control.
– Police went to the 200 block of West Clark Street at 11:59 p.m. Saturday for a report of a suspicious person and found a woman walking through the alley near the area. The woman told police she was just walking and lived nearby. Once police verified her identity she was sent on her way.
– Amanda N. Bender, East Rebecca Street, reported at 8:10 a.m. Saturday a barking dog was left unattended at 61 E. Rebecca St. Police attempted to contact the owner.
– An assault victim in the 400 block of South Lincoln at 10:57 p.m. Saturday reported he was assaulted by a male known to him while in the 500 block of South Broadway. He was struck in the face and two other males he did not know started hitting him also. He suffered a small laceration to the left side of his face and was taken by ambulance to Salem Regional Medical Center. An investigation was pending. The victim was told to return to fill out a written statement after his release from the hospital. No names were provided.
– Christopher Lanning, 27, of 1123 E. Ninth St., was charged with disorderly conduct and taken to the Columbiana County jail after police responded at 7:19 p.m. Saturday to the 400 block of Mullins for an irate person with a knife. The person was located and told police he was having a very bad day. He allegedly admitted to stabbing a tree with a knife and yelling at others. He said he threw the knife into the woods.
– On June 24 police performed a traffic stop on a speeding motorist on Main Street. Police ran a check on the driver’s license and identified him as Donald Riggs. Police then discovered that he had a warrant out of Missouri for burglary and assault. Officers asked Riggs if he knew he had a warrant out of Missouri and he said he did not. He was placed under arrest.
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– A woman from Cleveland Street spoke to an officer at 7 a.m. Sunday at the police station regarding her juvenile son not returning home. He had last been seen at noon Saturday. He is on house arrest and is not supposed to leave. Several attempts were made to contact the juvenile’s cell phone and the calls went straight to voice mail. He was entered into the law enforcement data base as missing.
– Police responded at 4:45 a.m. Sunday to Highlander Laundromat on North Howard Avenue for a report of an open door. The business owner was found there working.
– Police were called at 2:49 a.m. Sunday to the 100 block of North Ellsworth Avenue for two males to be removed. They were outside when police arrived and one was upset with another male inside the residence after he claimed the male stole prescription medication from him while he was at Westville Lake campground. He was told to contact the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office for a theft report. They were sent on their way.
– Officers on patrol at 1:03 a.m. Sunday saw an altercation in the parking lot of Club Fuel on Railroad Street. Officers were pointed in the direction of multiple people involved in a fight. A man said he was in an altercation and hit another male twice in self defense after being hit in the face. The other male left. The owner of the business said he didn’t want any of the people involved to return. They were picked up by a cab and taken home.
– Police responded to the 500 block of South Broadway at 11:36 p.m. Saturday for a reported dispute with people throwing beer bottles. An officer spoke to the owner of one of the businesses and she said she would take care of the problem.
– A barking dog was reported at 10:12 p.m. Saturday in the 600 block of Franklin Avenue where police could hear a dog barking inside a residence. A warning ticket was issued and placed near the rear entrance of the home.
– A woman in the 1000 block of Cleveland Street at 10:10 p.m. Saturday reported her daughter’s ex-boyfriend was at the property causing problems. He is not allowed on the property and does not live there. He left before police arrived. She doesn’t want him returning and an officer contacted him and told him not to come back.
– A woman in the 900 block of Prospect Street reported at 9:52 p.m. Saturday that she was receiving text messages from an unknown number and the person sending the messages also sent a graphic picture. Officers will attempt to contact the number.
– Police responded at 7:50 p.m. Saturday to the 500 block of East Fourth Street for a dispute between a man and woman walking. An officer located the man who reported an argument with his girlfriend, but said nothing physical took place. He was told to go his separate way from the girlfriend, who had already left.
– A medical emergency was reported at 6:45 p.m. Saturday in the 300 block of New Garden Avenue. The resident of the home was transported to Salem Regional Medical Center by ambulance.
– Police spoke to a male at 6:43 p.m. Saturday at a residence in the 400 block of Continental Drive about a civil dispute. At 5:50 p.m., police spoke to a female about a civil dispute in the same block.
– Police received a call at 4:43 p.m. Saturday for an intoxicated male in the curb lawn in the 800 block of East State Street. The man was found and given a courtesy ride home.
– Police were called at 4:39 p.m. Saturday to the 900 block of West State Street for a Jeep being operated recklessly in the parking lot of a business. The caller said the male driver of the dark-colored Jeep was driving fast and driving close to the building. There was a large mud puddle in the lot and water and dirt were being thrown on the building. The vehicle could not be found.
– A caller at 4:20 p.m. Saturday reported 4-wheelers being operated on private property and on the road in the 500 block of Cherry Street. No 4-wheelers were found.
(Following are reports from May that were provided July 13. Names were not provided in all but one report.)
– On May 13 a Lincoln Street resident reported that he suspected his sister had stolen his GPS and pawned it at either Cashland in Salem or Prestige Pawn in Chester W. Va. Police contacted employees at the Salem Cashland who confirmed that a GPS matching the description of that which was reported stolen, along with a Kindle had been sold to them recently by the complainant’s sister for a total of $80. The complainant declined to press charges.
– On May 17 police received a call from dispatch regarding someone driving through yards in the Water Street area. Police arrived at the scene and spoke with a Water Street resident who advised the vehicle belonged to a Main Street resident who was driving through a neighbor’s yard to reach their own driveway. A officer observed tire tracks through the neighbor’s yard ending behind the Main Street residence of the driver. Police contacted the driver of the vehicle and told her she was not allowed to drive through the neighbor’s yard. She stated she was unsure about the property line and would not do it again.
– On May 20 an officer noticed the round globe inscribed with the words “Police Dept” that sits atop the light fixture on the exterior of the village police department building was missing. The officer searched the area but was unable to locate the globe. Officers did not observe anyone suspicious in the area during the following shift.
– On May 20 a Salineville Road West woman reported that someone had attempted to steal her lawn decoration. The woman said a White, 1990s Chevy pickup with a sticker across the top of its front windshield had parked in her driveway and the occupants had attempted to steal the decoration, a miniature wooden outhouse weighing close to 300 pounds. She said when she spotted the truck it took off at a high rate of speed and left the scene. The decoration had been moved slightly but was not damaged.
– While on patrol May 20 an officer noticed that 2nd floor window open at a vacant High Street residence. The officer also observed a pathway in the high grass leading to the house. Police checked inside but found no one.
– On May 21 police were dispatched to an East Main Street residence for a person reporting they had been bitten by a dog. Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that her neighbor’s dog had bitten her on the foot. Officers observed a laceration on the woman’s foot. Police spoke to the dog’s owner, who stated she had left the dog outside on its chain while she went to the store. The dog warden was notified of the incident.
– On May 21 police were called to a Wood Street residence for a dispute regarding a rental property. The property owner stated he had evicted the tenant because he would not pay his rent. The property owner said now the tenant would not return the keys and had caused damage to the property. The property owner said he would be taking the tenant to court and he wanted the dispute between them on record. He also asked that the tenant not be allowed back on the property. The tenant later called police asking to come take pictures of the inside of the property but was advised to stay away.
– On May 23 Police were dispatched to a Madison Avenue residence for a domestic situation. When police arrived they found sheriff’s deputies had already brought the situation under control. Officers noticed that Tristan Taylor, Madison Avenue, was involved in the incident and asked if deputies would bring him to the station to be questioned about a separate incident that had occurred the day before. While being interviewed by officers Taylor admitted to the fact he had possibly given police false statement during a previous investigation. He was then placed under arrest and charged with falsification and obstructing official business.
– Danielle McIntosh, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported at 10:16 a.m. Saturday she is getting harassing texts and calls from a woman named Diamond, who is dating McIntosh’s ex-husband, Thomas McIntosh.
– Stephanie S. Wharton, 41, Mulberry Lane, Chester, W.Va., was traveling north on state Route 170 in Middleton Township at 7:15 a.m. Wednesday when she was struck by Donella A. Sheldon, 24, Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool, who was traveling south and drove left of center. Wharton was taken to East Liverpool City Hospital for minor injuries. Sheldon was taken to Beaver Medical Center, also for minor injuries. Sheldon was cited for left of center and OVI.
-Kayla Dawn Brewer, 18, West Pershing Street, Salem, was heading north on state Route 9 in Butler Township at 1:45 a.m. Wednesday when she drove off the right side of the road, struck an embankment and overturned before landing on the wheels. Brewer was cited for failure to control.
-Gerald P. Gum, 16, Alice Street, East Palestine, was traveling west on state Route 14 in Unity Township at 2:45 p.m. Monday and attempted to turn onto Macklin Road when he went off the right side of the road, struck a ditch and flipped on the vehicle’s side. He was cited for failure to control.
– Charlotte Awkright, 45, Alliance, was traveling south on state Route 45 in Salem Township at 2:14 p.m. Tuesday and was slowing down to turn left onto Miller Road when she was hit by Landri Elaine Moore, 17, West Lincoln Way, Lisbon, who was also heading south on state Route 45. Moore was cited for assured clear distance.
– James Meade Loomis, 30, Koppel, Pa., was traveling east on state Route 517 in Elkrun Township at 1:36 p.m. Monday and was about to go under the overpass of state Route 11 when an unknown object struck his windshield.
– Roberta S. Ash, 65, Rose Drive, Lisbon, was heading north on state Route 45 in Center Township at 2:10 p.m. July 6 and was turning into a private driveway when she was struck by John W. Shasteen, 31, Saltwell Road, Lisbon, who was traveling south and had the right of way. Ash was cited for failure to yield.
– Christina L. Burson, 37, Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool, was traveling north on state Route 7 in Middleton Township at 12:43 a.m. July 6 and was slowing down to turn into a private drive when she was struck by Brandy N. Haldiman, 28, Pioneer Road, Negley, who was also traveling north. Haldiman was cited for assured clear distance.
– Max Lee Heacock, 27, Main Street, Hanoverton, was traveling south on state Route 9 in Butler Township at 3:15 a.m. July 6 when he drove off the right side of the road and struck a guard rail and tree. After field sobriety tests were performed, Heacock was taken to the Columbiana County Jail and was cited for failure to control and OVI.
-Three incidents involving the same woman were reported Friday morning. The first was at 12:41 a.m. where a caller reported Jamie Booher was almost hit by a vehicle while in the circle on East Park Avenue. She was escorted back to her residence by an officer afterwards. The second occurred around 7:34 a.m. at the corner of South Main Street and Union Street where she reportedly walked into traffic, but was not in the road upon an officer’s arrival. The third was at 9:21 a.m. on Union Street where she was reportedly dancing in the road.
-Erik Alden, Youngstown, was traveling west on state Route 14 at 1:32 a.m. Friday when he was struck by a deer.
– Kristen Molane requested assistance at 8:06 a.m. Friday to get some property from her residence on South Elm Street.
– Justin Gallagher, Youngstown, was going through the Burger King drive-through lane at 12:55 p.m. Friday and was attempting to park in a spot when he was hit by another car, who was backing up. The other driver left the scene. No visible damage was seen on Gallagher’s car.
– A Social Security card was found at 7:20 p.m. Friday at Sparkle.
– A girl reported at 9:50 p.m. Friday she was being threatened with a taser at Firestone Park.
– Officers responded to a two-vehicle crash in the 2200 block of East Pershing Street at 4:05 p.m. Thursday and found a disabled vehicle and another motorist attempting to help. The driver of the disabled vehicle, Colin C. Czerwiec, 21, Toldeo, was found to have an active warrant out of Wood County, Ohio, for a probation violation and was arrested as a fugitive of justice.
– Charles L. Kasza, 55, 449 Sharp Ave., Salem, was charged with disorderly conduct after officers responded to a report of a man screaming at the corner of North Ellsworth Avenue and East State Street at 1:21 a.m. Friday and found him highly intoxicated and shouting obscenities. He was given a ride home.
– An officer responded to the 800 block of East Third Street at 8:48 a.m. Friday where a resident reported finding possible drug paraphernalia (small ziplock bag) on the street in front of her house.
– A woman from North Ellsworth Avenue came to the police department at 3:01 p.m. Saturday to report she was a victim of fraud. She received an email saying her credit card was overnighted to an address in Florida. Then she received an email the next morning that $163 was charged to the account. She talked to the credit card company and cancelled the cards.
– Police were called at 2:13 p.m. Saturday to Walmart for a female with an unknown medical problem. First responders and EMT Ambulance responded and she was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– A property owner in the 1200 block of South Ellsworth Avenue reported at 1:10 p.m. Saturday that a vehicle was parked to the north side of his lot on the edge of the drive/yard area, but no one was around. Police also found no one around and told him his options.
– Robert Kreps, 27, of 31567 U.S. Route 30, Hanoverton, was charged with license forfeiture, possession of drug abuse instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop in the 100 block of West State Street at 8:54 a.m. Saturday. An officer talking with the driver saw contraband in plain view and recovered it.
– An officer was flagged down on Highland Avenue near Third Street by a man on a bike ride at 7:30 a.m. Saturday who said he found a wallet at Waterworth Memorial Park. The wallet was placed in lost and found.
– Police responded at 4:08 a.m. Saturday to the 400 block of East Third Street for a civil matter. A woman was told her options, that the matter was civil and that officers could not gain entry to the residence for her.
– An employee working the drive-thru at Taco Bell on East State Street at 2:49 a.m. Saturday reported a person ordered food and when the vehicle came around, a male lit a shirt on fire and threw it at the building. Other patrons were able to get the license plate number of the black Dodge Ram which contained at least five people. There was no damage to the building. Another employee put out the fire.
– Police responded to Club Fuel on Railroad Street at 2:19 a.m. Saturday for a fight in progress. Officers spoke with an irate man whom a bouncer from the establishment said assaulted another male, but the victim left before police arrived. The man was sent on his way and others in the lot were told to leave.
– Officers along with assistance from the Perry Township Police Department at 2:09 a.m. Saturday responded to West Pershing Street at the railroad crossing for a report of a male sitting on the railroad tracks. Nobody was seen on the tracks, but a Perry officer located a male matching the description walking on West Pershing Street. The man denied sitting on the tracks. He was identified and found to have an active warrant out of Stark County, but they did not want him. He was taken to his home by a Perry officer.
– Police were called after 1 a.m. Saturday to the 600 block of West Seventh Street for a juvenile complaint/loud persons and found 20 to 30 people fleeing on foot from a side yard. After a foot chase with several people, officers were able to place them in custody for various offenses, including four 18-year-old Salem residents, two 17-year-old girls from Salem and one 16-year-old girl from Salem. The three juveniles were charged with unruly/delinquency and released to their guardians. Adults charged included: Jonathan Archer, 18, of 1346 Robin Ave., underage consumption of alcohol; Shane Metzgar, 18, of 915 W. Wilson St., underage consumption of alcohol and obstruction of official business; Sarah Smith, 18, of 241 W. 10th St., underage consumption of alcohol and obstruction of official business; and Gregory Weingart, 18, of 579 E. Third St., underage consumption of alcohol, obstruction of official business and disorderly conduct/resisting arrest. Archer, Metzgar and Smith were all released on recognizance bonds while Weingart was taken to the Columbiana County jail. Police were called back to the property at 3:29 a.m. for an underage drinking party and given consent by the homeowner to enter the home. One female juvenile, a 16-year-old from East Liverpool, was charged with delinquency and released to a parent.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 11:29 p.m. Friday in the 1700 block of East State Street. The vehicle was found legally parked.
– An anonymous caller at 10:38 p.m. Friday from the 2200 block of East State Street reported a possible fraudulent attempt to get prescription drugs. She was told her options.
– Police were called at 10:29 p.m. Friday to Taco Bell on East State Street for a dispute/intoxicated male causing a disturbance. An officer spoke to a person allegedly involved who denied involvement and gave a description of the man causing the disturbance. Employees of the business also provided a description. The man left before police arrived and could not be found.
-A caller at 9:58 p.m. Friday reported juveniles riding bikes on the running track at Reilly Stadium, but they could not be found.
– Police responded at 8:59 p.m. Friday to Southeast Boulevard and Franklin for a report of a distraught woman who made several statements about harming herself. Fire department first responders and KLG Ambulance responded and she was voluntarily taken to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– An anonymous caller at 7:58 p.m. Friday reported juveniles trespassing in the press box at Reilly Stadium. Officers found both doors to the press box open, but found the inside of the building empty. The school athletic director arrived and the building was secured.
– An officer on patrol at 6:47 p.m. Friday saw an altercation in the parking lot of a local business in the 1100 block of East State Street and made contact with the people who said one person was physically assaulted by a male not known to them. An argument had started and the male shoved one of them before leaving in a green Jeep. They said they were okay. The vehicle was not located.
– A possible break-in into a vehicle was reported at 6:12 p.m. Friday at the Giant Eagle parking lot, 2401 E. State St., where a caller reported seeing three males enter a vehicle after saying they were going to break into it. Officers located the vehicle and saw no signs of anything. The items inside appeared undisturbed and the three males were not found.
– A neighbor dispute was reported at 5:18 p.m. Friday in the 600 block of Woodland Avenue where a man said children would not stop playing in his driveway, even after he spoke to their parents. An officer spoke to the juveniles and the parents and told them to stop playing in the driveway.
– An officer on patrol at 4:43 p.m. Friday in the area of Walmart saw a female soliciting for money. She was given a verbal warning and told to stop. She agreed to stop and go on her way.
-Robert Marshall, state Route 172, Lisbon, reported at 10:39 a.m. Thursday some ammunition for two guns, a .380 automatic and .45 caliber, went missing. He said he fell asleep after taking his medication around 10 a.m. and recalled seeing someone enter the house, but couldn’t wake up enough to determine who entered.
– Beatrice Miracle, Gavers Road, Hanoverton, reported at 12:35 p.m. Thursday an unknown person damaged the driver’s side rear door and rear fender of her 2012 Ford Fusion in the parking lot of Hull’s Super Duper in New Garden while she was shopping. She said there was a gold Jeep Wrangler parked nearby, and it was gone when she left the building.
-Rose Hunter, Taylor Road, Negley, reported at 1:48 p.m. Thursday juveniles were tampering with mail.
-Dionna Meade, Blair Road, Salineville, reported at 5:01 p.m. Thursday damage to her 2004 Mazda on the driver’s door and window. Meade said her brother, Dennis Roberts, hit her car after he was upset that items were removed from the property. She then said a neighbor noticed him driving recklessly through the yard, but not hit the car. No visible damage was reported on Roberts’ truck.
– A Columbiana woman reported at 8:40 p.m. Thursday her 15-year-old daughter was unruly and would not enter the house on Kirk Road. The girl, who just returned from Belmont Pines, said she would not go inside and feared for her safety. The girl’s foster father said she is troubled and no harm comes to her. After a deputy asked the girl to go inside, she reportedly said she would hurt herself if she was touched. She was pink-slipped and taken to a hospital for evaluation.
-Marion Martin, Fairfield School Road, Columbiana, reported at 11:21 p.m. Thursday a disturbance at a neighbor’s house. A deputy noticed streaks on the pavement along with dirt on the side of the road.
– Dillon K. Allen, Fife Coal Road, reported at 2:10 p.m. Thursday his girlfriend, Alyvia Blankenship, Lusk Lock Road, Lisbon, hit him over the head with a fan, bit him and broke his nose at her residence. An ambulance also arrived after Allen reportedly had a seizure, and several bruises were found on Allen. Blankenship acknowledged throwing a fan at Allen, who was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center. Blankenship was cited for domestic violence.
– Melinda Winters, Skyline Drive, Wellsville, reported at 9:39 a.m. Thursday a 2-year-old boy who live across the street roamed onto Winters’ front porch. After helping him back to his house, she asked to speak to the mother, Ashley Chafins, but was unable to talk to her. Chafins told a deputy while she was in the shower, her 5-year-old son may have unlocked the front door to allow the 2-year-old out.
-A welfare check was requested at a home on Jimtown Road, East Palestine at 2:04 p.m. Thursday. The resident said she had a medical issue and felt depressed, and wanted to go to the hospital to be checked. She was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center by East Palestine EMS.
– Leigh Hartline, manager of the Valley View gas station, North Market Street, reported at 6:24 p.m. Saturday that Timothy M. Wamsley Jr., 31, Etruria Street, East Liverpool, purchased a few items except for a bottle of vodka, which he reportedly stuffed down his shorts and left. Later that night, Christy Schner, North Beaver Street, reported Wamsley took the vodka after finding it when she got home. He denied going to the gas station and stealing the vodka, but he reportedly smelled of alcohol and had trouble walking and standing still. An officer recovered the bottle of vodka in question, and observed Wamsley stuffing the vodka in his shorts on surveillance video. Wamsley was cited for theft.
Candice Welsh of Lisbon reported at 8:50 a.m. Thursday her children were left alone by her ex at a West Salem Street home.
– A man reported at 6:55 p.m. Thursday a woman was standing on the sidewalk on South Main Street near Union Street with her pants half down but she was wearing shorts underneath them. At 9:49 p.m. someone reported a woman was in the middle of Union Street. Police found it was the same woman who was walking to her home.
Police went to the park at 8:36 p.m. Thursday after someone reported a man driving a blue Taurus dumped beer into a pop can around Funland. Police did not find the vehicle.
– Nancy E. Shimer, North Market Street, reported at 4:18 a.m. Friday a suspicious person was laying in a yard close to the road and appeared to be in distress. Police found Michelle L. Groves, East Taggart Street with severe injuries and she was taken to the hospital.
– Janelle N. McConnell, Grandview Avenue, reported at 5:32 p.m. Thursday her First National Bank card was stolen from her vehicle sometime on June 9 or June 10.
– Leroy R. Halverstadt, Leake Street, reported at 4:42 p.m. Tuesday a man was calling him claiming to be John Smith of IRS Investigations Division and said there was a warrant for him and his property was being watched. Police found the number the man called from was linked to numerous scams and several other complaints and warned Halverstadt not to give out any information to him or any other suspicious callers.
– Police went to 227 N. Market St. at 11 a.m. Thursday for a report that the property received extensive damage after a tenant had been evicted and the landlord believed there was possibly drug related paraphernalia inside the home. Police checked but did not find anything illegal although the home had not been properly kept by the tenant.
– At 2:23 p.m. Tuesday someone reported there was a fight on North Market Street. Police went to the area and spoke with several witnesses but did not find the people allegedly involved.
– Heather Anderson, U.S. Route 30, East Rochester, reported at 10:34 p.m. Tuesday a friend of her daughter spotted an unknown person looking up toward the upstairs window. The prowler fled once he was seen.
– Daniel Brooks, Lisbon Street, Hanoverton, reported at 6:11 p.m. Tuesday Stacey McCullough has called and texted him over 70 times, and Brooks requested for her to stop. A deputy spoke with McCullough and advised her to stop making contact with Brooks.
– Marcella Baker, state Route 39, Wellsville, reported at 8:42 p.m. Wednesday her son saw a dent in the garage door as he was trying to open it. The top of the door appeared to be pried, but no entry was gained.
– Carolyn Conkle, Y and O Road, Wellsville, reported at 9:26 a.m. Wednesday someone took redwood furniture, an electric wheelchair and an electric golf cart from her residence.
– Pete Muck, Emerick Road, Kensington, reported at 1:44 p.m. Wednesday someone drove off Fink Road and damaged two sections, 120 feet in total length, of his electric fence.
– Renee Mick, Frischkorn Heights Road, Wellsville, reported at 5:33 p.m. Wednesday someone entered her property and smashed out windows of a 1997 Dodge Intrepid belonging to Barbara Ours, East Main Street, Salineville. The front and back windshields were broken along with the front driver and passenger windows.
– Deadra Eichner, Georgetown Road, Homeworth, reported at 5:37 p.m. Wednesday her neighbor, Mr. Amos, banged on her front door and screamed about her dog chasing his dog. Eichner explained her dog was chained up outside, and her neighbor’s property was fenced.
– Jason Caldwell, state Route 558, Leetonia, reported theft at 6:56 p.m. Wednesday there was a pending withdrawal from his checking account amounting to $380 to Sprint Wireless. The withdrawal, according to the bank, had already cleared.
– Ryan Marcus, state Route 39, Wellsville, reported at 8:11 p.m. Wednesday his former girlfriend, Rebecca Dickson, is moving out and taking items that does not belong to her. Dickson said Marcus was arguing with her brother and reportedly pulled a shotgun. Dickson also denied taking any of Marcus’ property.
– Alan Fahs, Apache Lane, reported at 8:53 a.m. Wednesday his house and car were egged on six occasions.
– A woman was reported panhandling at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday near the PNC Bank. An officer spoke with Christina Parent, who was advised to leave.
– Donald Hahn, Fairfield Avenue, reported at 2:50 p.m. Wednesday his debit card was stolen.
– Karen Owens, Royal Birkdale Road, reported at 2:24 p.m. Wednesday her cell phone was stolen from her vehicle.
– A woman reported at 3:24 p.m. Wednesday too many cats were at a home on South Middle Street.
– Adda Bell reported at 3:52 p.m. Wednesday spraypainting was occurring at Wellman’s and was concerned paint would land on the cars.
– Jason Caldwell reported a case of identity theft at 5:23 p.m. Wednesday.
– Stephen Sosack, Irondale, reported at 5:51 p.m. Wednesday his ex took his vehicle without permission and he was trying to retrieve it from the Sparkle parking lot.
– Tatum Ali Schneidmiller, Stanton Road, reported at 10:08 p.m. Wednesday someone she knows is trespassing on the property.
– Michael Harroff, South Main Street, reported at 11:35 p.m. Wednesday a burglary occurred at his residence.
– Frank A. Bricker, 45, Jimtown Road, was cited for open container after he was spotted around 6:18 p.m. Wednesday drinking a can of beer as he was walking on French Street.
– A caller advised three males were smoking marijuana on the basketball court at the park at 4:22 p.m. Wednesday. Police had an off-duty officer approach from a different direction and neither saw any drug activity. One of the players said they had been smoking a cigar and he was told smoking in the park was prohibited. The officer left and the trio continued to play basketball.
– Donna Cook called with a fireworks complaint at 1:34 p.m. Tuesday. Police spoke with a male at the house at the corner of state Route 517 and Race Road, who admitted shooting off fireworks. He was told this is not allowed within village limits.
– A loud music complaint was received on West Washington Street at 1:18 p.m. Tuesday. Police spoke with a woman, who said she would have her son turn down the volume.
– A loud music complaint on West Washington Street was received at 11:51 p.m. Monday, and police spoke with Zack Smith, who said he turned the music down 10 minutes ago.
– Michael Burlingame, South Beaver Street, reported Wednesday he sent a check to Salem Computer but they never received it, leading him to believe the check may have been stolen.
– Timothy M. Wamsley, 31, Etruria Street, East Liverpool, was arrested for disorderly conduct at 1:28 a.m. Thursday after he reportedly refusing to calm down after being told to do so by police.
St. Clair Township
– A man sent to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown after a two-vehicle crash on Lisbon Street in Glenmoor on Wednesday afternoon was discharged on Thursday. Carl Collins of East Liverpool had been hospitalized with head and leg injuries, while the driver of the other vehicle, William White of East Liverpool, was transported to East Liverpool City Hospital, where he was treated and released on Wednesday. White was cited for failure to yield.
– On Thursday, A vehicle driven by Courtney S. Kelly, 26, of 10th Street, Wellsville, was stopped at red light along state Route 170 when a vehicle driven by James A. Grimes, 53, of Leslie Road, Rogers, reportedly failed to stop and struck it from behind.
– On Wednesday a vehicle driven by Jacqueline A. Vingle, 50, of Winona Road, Winona, reportedly slowed in traffic northbound on East Liverpool Road south of Cannons Mill intersection. A vehicle driven by Marisa S. Ward, 34, of Old Fredericktown Road, reportedly failed to stop and struck the vehicle from behind. Ward was cited for assured clear distance. No injuries were reported.
– Only Wednesday, a vehicle driven by Carl L. Collins, 47, of Cornell Street, was northbound on state Route 267, when a vehicle traveling southbound and driven by William S. White, 55, of Summerset, reportedly turned left toward Irish Ridge Road, striking the Collins vehicle, which then forced the Collins vehicle into a fence along the roadway.
– The Tri-State Free Methodist Camp, 1027 Anderson Blvd., reported the theft of two microphones from the stage area during youth camp on June 26. A laptop computer had been moved to a pew beside the exit. The campers and staff were swimming at the Thompson Park pool at the time. Liverpool Township police said they would make extra checks during family camp, which began on Thursday.
– Patricia Ann McEldowney, 33, of Orchard Street, reported the theft of a rear license plate from a minivan on June 28.
– Christopher Wargo, 34, of North Plymouth Street, Hanoverton, was cited for assured clear distance after his vehicle struck the rear of another southbound vehicle on North Lincoln near East 11th driven by Dorothy Simon, 61, of West South Range Road, who was stopped waiting to turn onto 11th at 1:42 p.m. Thursday. No injuries were reported.
– Police responded to an alley south of the 100 block of East State Street at 8:18 p.m. Wednesday for two males with flashlights who appeared suspicious. The two people were identified as local residents who said they were taking photos of interesting scenes in the streets and alleys around town. Neither had a flashlight, only cameras.
– Frank Zamarelli of Salem Computer Center talked to police at 3:29 p.m. Wednesday about a possible fraud or theft that recently happened. The incident is under investigation.
– Mark Brewer, 52, of 31474 state Route 172, East Rochester, was charged with OVI and a turn signal violation after a traffic stop at 3:50 a.m. Thursday on Cunningham Road near East State Street.
– A ticket was issued after police were called at 12:47 p.m. Thursday for a parking complaint in the 300 block of Fair Avenue where a vehicle was parked on the wrong side of the road.
– Juveniles were reported in the road on East Fourth Street at 12:46 p.m. Thursday, but were not found.
– A barking dog was reported at 12:35 p.m. Thursday in the 200 block of Woodland Avenue where an officer found a dog tied to a tree and caught under the porch. After it was untangled, the dog stopped barking. A warning/violation tag was left for the owner.
– Officers responded to a residential alarm in the 900 block of Jefferson Avenue at 7:53 a.m. Thursday. Workers on the roof said they must have set it off while working on the house.
– Debris was recovered by officers after being reported in the road at Oak Street and Southeast Boulevard at 7:28 a.m. Thursday.
– A domestic was reported at 12:33 a.m. Thursday on South Broadway at Franklin where police found a man and woman who were boyfriend and girlfriend and had an argument. The man had a small cut around his left eye, but wouldn’t say how he was injured. The woman said she threw her cell phone and inadvertently struck him. He refused treatment. She said he didn’t hit her and was only trying to take the cell phone off of her.
– A domestic in progress was reported at 10:28 p.m. Wednesday in the 300 block of East Fourth Street. An officer spoke with a man who said he and his nephew had been in a physical altercation and the nephew left the area. He was told his options.
– Police responded to a business in the 100 block of North Lincoln Avenue where an employee reported at 10:16 p.m. Wednesday that a suspicious male called and said he just wanted someone to talk to and became vulgar and explicit with the employee, who ended the call. The person called back several times and apologized. The employee was told if the problem persists, a phone harassment complaint can be made.
– Police responded to the 400 block of East Sixth Street at 10:10 p.m. Wednesday for a property dispute between neighbors. A woman said a neighbor two houses down threatened to run over her daughter’s vehicle if she did not move it. The neighbor drove his vehicle around the rear of the house in between hers and his home and parked behind her daughter’s vehicle. She said her daughter was not home and she didn’t have keys to move the vehicle. Officers told the neighbor he did not have a right to park in the driveway since it did not belong to the property he’s currently renting. The neighbor moved his vehicle and was told to leave the girl’s vehicle alone.
– An officer on patrol at 8:57 p.m. Wednesday saw a vehicle parked near the northwest corner of the Salem Public Library on East State Street, which was closed. The vehicle was occupied and contact was made with the occupants who said they were accessing a free wi-fi hotspot in the area on a cell phone.
– Police were called Wednesday night to the 100 block of North Ellsworth Avenue for an unlocked vehicle with the keys in the ignition. An officer secured the vehicle and placed the keys in a drop box at the business.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of Elberon Avenue for a civil issue at 9 p.m. Wednesday involving a child custody dispute between a man and a woman.
– A domestic dispute was reported between mother and daughter in the 1700 block of West State Street at 6:01 p.m. Wednesday. Police learned the mother was attempting to stop her 15-year-old daughter from leaving with her 18-year-old boyfriend. Both parties were told to stay away from each other for the rest of the night and talk when they’re both calmed down.
– A reckless driver was reported at 5:19 p.m. Wednesday in the area of North Ellsworth near J. Wilson Drive. The car was not seen.
– Officers responded to a 400 block Washington Street home at 4:20 a.m. where the homeowners reported finding the home burglarized and valuables missing upon returning to the home that morning. Fingerprints were obtained and forwarded to the Bureau of Criminal Investigation. No names were provided.
– An officer responded to a report of a loud party in the 700 block of Columbia Street at 11:33 p.m. Sunday that was keeping up the children whom the complainant was babysitting. The officer told a man at the party to turn down the music and he complied. No names were provided.
– Ken Ball, Bowman Road, Homeworth, reported Tuesday his ex-wife came to his home on July 4 and was causing problems. Ball just wanted a report on file.
– Deputies were called at 9:16 a.m. Tuesday to a home on Speidel Road, Hanoverton, where a 58-year-old man was found dead after apparently committing suicide. The man was visiting a friend who lived there and was staying in a camper on the property, which is where his body was found. A deputy ran the man’s vehicle license plates and learned the pickup truck had been reported stolen and the deceased was listed as the suspect.
– Angela Walsh, LaCroft Avenue, East Liverpool, reported being assaulted by Michael Byers at his home on Johnson Road, Madison Township, at 6:32 p.m. Monday. Walsh said she was there to retrieve her dog when Byers pushed her to the ground. Byers said he purchased the dog from her more than a year ago for $150, and he told her not to come there on Facebook and in text messages, which he produced. Walsh declined to press charges, and the parties were advised this was a civil dispute.
– Angela Veglia, Dyke Road, Rogers, reported at 8 p.m. Tuesday her boyfriend, Glenn Collins III, kicked in the door and was breaking things. Collins told the deputy the only thing he smashed was his cellphone. Veglia declined to press charges and Collins was given a ride to his parents’ home.
– Caleb Simpson, state Route 7, Columbiana, reported four people were fighting outside his home at 8:43 p.m. Tuesday. Simpson called back to saw the people had left.
– Patty Lewis, Township Line Road, Wellsville, reported Tuesday receiving threatening calls about her son from an unknown male from a blocked number.
– Amanda Derenberger, Allen Drive, Lisbon, reported at 9:16 a.m. Tuesday being harassed by Courtney Orr. The deputy told Orr that Derenberger did not want her on her property and the next time she would be charged with trespassing.
– Beverly Ann Grimes, 52, Benton Road, Salem, was westbound on Georgetown Road in Butler Township at 5:40 p.m. Sunday and Linda K. Kurtz, 52, Salem Grange Road, Salem, was northbound on Carey Road and failed to yield from a sign and was struck by Grimes. Kurtz was cited for stop sign and Grimes was taken to the Salem hospital with minor injuries.
– William Conrad, 60, West Washington Street, Lisbon, was southeastbound on U.S. 30 in Madison Township and hit a deer.
– Jeremiah A. Javens, 19, Hazel Run Road, Hammondsville, was westbound on Hazel Run Road and lost control and overturned. He was cited for failure to control and taken to St. Elizabeth’s with serious injuries.
– Theft charges were filed Tuesday against William R. Beesler Jr., 33, who is accused of stealing a purse from Dana Blackburn’s vehicle while the vehicle was parked at the Lisbon Eagles on June 4. A security camera at the Eagles reportedly showed Beesler stealing the purse.
– Daniel J. Felt, 30, Lisbon, was cited for driving under suspension and expired registration following a traffic stop on East Park Avenue at 6:37 a.m. Tuesday.
– Laura K. Buck, 40, East North Avenue, East Palestine, was stationary in the Whispering Pines employee parking lot and was struck by Roseann M. Habbe, 54, Poland. No citations were issued.
– Several people reported at 8:47 Tuesday a truck lost part of its load of hay in the area of North Middle Street and West Park Avenue and kept going. Police stopped the vehicle on North Main Street and had the driver restrap the load and go back to pick up bales that had come off the truck.
– Eric Chapman reported at 9:35 p.m. Tuesday he saw a guy beating a dog near Union Street. Police went to the area but did not see the man.
– Someone reported at 4:42 p.m. Sunday trash was piled up outside 372 W. Clark St. Police found trash had been piled up at the curb to be picked up by the resident’s trash removal service and was not beside the home.
– Betty Frederick, West Street, reported at 7:38 a.m. Monday the person mowing her neighbor’s grass was parked in the alley near her home. Police had them move the vehicle.
– James Davis, Kenmar Drive, reported at 6:19 p.m. Tuesday an elderly woman walking on Brookdale Avenue appeared to be sick or injured. Police found the woman and there were no problems.
– Jeanie Allcorn, East Martin Street, reported at 8:25 p.m. Tuesday some sort of disturbance between herself and her daughter, Stephanie Gackenbach. Police spoke to everyone involved and found the complaint to be unfounded.
– Daniel A. Plumley, 35, of state Route 45, Lisbon, reportedly went left of center July 5 on St. Clair and collided with a vehicle driven by Terry L. Frantz, 42, of St. Clair Avenue, which was coming the other way. Damage was minor.
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– Police responded July 8 to Oakmont Plaza to meet with a woman regarding a theft complaint. No further information was contained in the report.
– An unidentified man reported July 8 his vehicle was damaged by someone known to him. No further information was contained in the report.
– Police responded to a dispute July 7 on Mary Street involving a landlord, Diana White, and a tenant, Amanda Henderson. White was serving eviction papers which she said had to be hand-delivered. Henderson contended White attempted to force her way into the residence. White was advised by police she should stay off the property until the eviction takes place.
– Police responded at 1:27 p.m. Wednesday to a residence in the city where a woman said she had been drinking with the neighbors Sunday evening and when she woke up the next morning, she observed indicators that she might have been sexually assaulted. The incident is under investigation.
– A man came to the police station at 1:18 p.m. Wednesday to report another person used his name when stopped for a traffic violation a few months ago. He was unaware of this until he received a letter from the court saying he owned fines for the citation. His name was not provided.
– A clerk at Smith Oil, East State Street, reported at 7:40 a.m. Wednesday that a woman in a dark blue Chevy truck left without paying for gas.
– A man in the 700 block of East Third Street reported a case of fraud at 3:51 p.m. Tuesday, saying he paid a woman $200 to place an advertisement of his business on flyers and other items for upcoming events in the city. The events were canceled and various event promotional items that were supposed to have his business advertised on them were never made. He tried to call her, but had not been successful in getting his money back. An officer was told other businesses in the city had received money back. An attempt will be made to contact the woman. No names were provided.
– A set of keys was found on Howard and West Fifth Street at 3:27 p.m. Tuesday and placed in lost and found.
– A large tree branch fell on West Ninth Street was across a yard, taking down most of the power lines at 2:20 p.m. Tuesday. The fire department placed barricades and Ohio Edison was notified.
– A township officer responded to a one-vehicle accident at 2:08 a.m. Wednesday on state Route 9, just south of the township, at the request of the patrol. The driver, Kayla Brewer, 18, of Hanoverton, said she was not injured. The officer stayed with her until OSHP arrived.
– William T. Dailey, 55, of 1179 E. Pine Lake Road, Salem, was taken into custody at his residence at 1:59 p.m. Tuesday on two active warrants out of Mahoning County for felony gross sexual imposition and a misdemeanor of aggravated menacing.
– Jo Marie Broffman, 63, of 1167 W. Perry St., was taken into custody on an active warrant out of Columbiana County for failure to appear on a theft charge at 8:01 a.m. Tuesday. Police had been on patrol and checked the registration of a vehicle at the apartment complex and noted the active warrant, then saw the owner walking in the parking lot. She was handed over to a sheriff’s deputy.
– Police were called at 6:34 p.m. Tuesday to the 900 block of Georgetown Road for a report of a front window of a home laying on the ground. The homeowner said the window might have fallen because of wind from the storm and just wanted to advise police in case it was a burglary attempt. His name was not provided.
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– A woman injured after falling down steps at home was found by police after her employer called at 3:16 p.m. Wednesday for a welfare check when she didn’t show up for several appointments. Police got no answer at the front door, but when an officer knocked on the rear door, he could hear a female inside shouting for help. The officer made entry and found her injured on the basement floor after falling down the steps. Fire department first responders and KLG Ambulance responded and treated her before KLG transported her to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– A woman in the 1200 block of Southeast Boulevard reported at 1:12 p.m. Wednesday that her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend was harassing her by phone, by the Internet and in person. She’s talked to the management about the situation and noted she comes and yells at her boyfriend and knows who comes to the residence. She also was saying things about her on Facebook and using obscenities and keeps coming and standing in front of her apartment door yelling and causing problems. She knocks on the door even after she’s been told to stay away. The woman wanted everything documented.
– A woman on West Pershing Street reported at 11:36 a.m. Wednesday that a known male filed a complaint against her for telephone harassment and she was told by a Sheriff’s Office deputy to have no more contact with him or she would be arrested. She called the Sheriff’s Office since the man’s was texting her Wednesday morning and she had numerous other calls from him, but the deputy wasn’t available. She was told to talk with the deputy since it has to do with his case.
– Officers were able to gain entry into a vehicle in the 2300 block of East State Street after a woman reported at 11:25 a.m. Wednesday that she accidentally locked her vehicle at the gas pumps, with two small children inside.
– A dispute was reported on Third Street at 10:52 a.m. Wednesday when a visiting woman allegedly threatened the male resident. In order to keep the peace, it was recommended the female resident take her friend back home.
– A barking dog was reported at 10:50 a.m. Wednesday, but the owner couldn’t be contacted, so a warning tag was left.
– A barking dog was reported in the 1300 block of East 10th Street at 5:21 a.m. Wednesday, but was not found.
– A woman came up to a police officer at a gas station in the 900 block of East State Street at 3:49 a.m. Wednesday and reported her child missing, giving information for a missing persons report. At 6:50 a.m., she called and reported the juvenile returned home to North Ellsworth Avenue.
– An officer in the 700 block of West State Street at 3:48 a.m. Wednesday found a debit card on the ground and placed it in the department’s lost and found.
– An officer on patrol at 12:54 a.m. Wednesday saw a suspicious vehicle inside Waterworth Memorial Park, advising the occupants about the park hours.
– An unknown problem was reported at 11:31 p.m. Tuesday in the 300 block of South Lincoln Avenue where police learned a male and female said they were arguing, but no physical violence occurred. They said they were under control now.
– A man in the 500 block of East State Street reported at 11:20 p.m. Tuesday that he found AT&T property in the bushes beside the residence. The item was placed in lost and found.
– A man in the 1200 block of East Fourth Street reported at 9:14 p.m. Tuesday that his neighbor threatened him. The neighbor said the other male wouldn’t stop staring at him so he told him to stop. Both were told to cease contact.
– A caller at 8:33 p.m. Tuesday reported children throwing items at vehicles in the 100 block of Hawley Avenue. An officer spoke with four juveniles and their mother and found they were throwing small flowers picked from the yard into the street.
– A woman on East Third Street called at 8:19 p.m. Tuesday to report a vehicle speeding up and down the street. Police didn’t immediately locate the truck which witnesses said wasn’t reckless but rapidly accelerating and making excessive noise. Another truck was stopped on East Second Street with a loud exhaust, but the driver said he wasn’t on Third.
– A woman reported at 7:46 p.m. Tuesday that her juvenile daughter and another female got into an argument in the 100 block of South Broadway Avenue. An officer spoke with the female who was reported assaulting the juvenile and also spoke with a third party. The information will be turned over to the juvenile officer.
– A dispute was reported at 7:37 p.m. Tuesday in the 1300 block of East State Street where a male and female had a verbal dispute but everything was okay. She was leaving.
– A domestic was reported at 7:19 p.m. Tuesday in the 1200 block of Southeast Boulevard where a woman said her boyfriend was being aggressive towards her and she wanted an officer to stand by while she gathered her belongings to leave the apartment. Nothing physical took place. The boyfriend said they had an argument and if she was willing to move her stuff out, he didn’t want her back. She left after gathering everything and was told not to come back.
– Police responded at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday to the 1100 block of Fairview for an unruly juvenile. A woman said her daughter was not listening and was cursing at her. An officer spoke to the juvenile about listening and about consequences. Both agreed to separate for the night.
-A fireworks complaint was made at 6:03 p.m. Tuesday on Brooklyn Avenue, but nothing was found.
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– A woman on Prospect Street in Salem Acres reported at 3:26 a.m. Wednesday that she argued with her juvenile son and he threatened to slice the tires on her vehicle. She agreed to allow him to stay at a friend’s house for the night to calm the situation.
– Police responded to a report at 12:14 a.m. Wednesday of a female who attempted to take a handful of pills. The officer spoke with the female and she willingly was transported to Salem Regional Medical Center for evaluation.
– A woman in the 1100 block of Prospect Street at Salem Acres reported harassment and threats at 10:02 p.m. Tuesday. The incident is under investigation.
– A domestic was reported at 9:10 p.m. Monday in the 1900 block of state Route 344. Both parties said it was an argument and no physical or threats of violence occurred. Both parties were told the consequences if police had to return.
– A woman from the 1400 block of West State Street reported at 2:45 p.m. Monday that she received a letter from her credit card company advising an unknown person attempted to change the billing information on her credit card account. She was able to cancel the card before any transactions took place on the account.
– Harry Stewart of Cleveland reported Saturday the mobile home of the late Johnella Evans in Center Township, was broken into. Stolen were chairs, a radio and cleaning supplies. Steve Nelder said he saw a black couple in a Cobalt or G-6, and they told him they were from Cleveland and owned the property. When asked for their phone number, the couple left.
– Dustin Randolph, Osbourne Road, Wellsville, reported Saturday his ex-girlfriend had taken his 6-month-old mixed-breed bulldog. Randolph called back before a deputy arrived to said his girlfriend advised she would return the dog.
– A caller reported a group of juveniles were shooting off fireworks on Hawkins Lane at 12:10 a.m. Saturday. An officer found the youths, who told him they had their parents’ permission to be out and there was also a parent present.
– An officer found a van door open on Allen Avenue at 5:12 a.m. Saturday and spoke with the owner, Donald Pedicini, who said everything appeared fine and that his children must have left it open.
– Police were call to the community pool at Firestone Park at 5 p.m. Saturday after the caller reported there was a male dressed in a female bathing suit. Police determined the suspicious person was actually a girl.
– Police were called to an apartment at 116 Union St. at 7:53 p.m. Saturday because the upstairs tenant was yelling and swearing. Police spoke to the tenant, who agreed to calm down.
– A fireworks complaint for North Union and South West streets was received at 10:20 p.m. Saturday. Police warned Johnna Sherrill about shooting off fireworks.
– A fireworks complaint was received near the Metz Road ball fields at 10:33 p.m. Saturday. An officer spoke to the group who were there and they agreed to quit.
– The following are other fireworks complaints called in between 11 p.m. and midnight Saturday: North Cross, Southern Park Terrace and Southern Avenue.
– Police on Saturday noticed high grass at the home of Timothy J. Gibson, South Street, and a warning will be issued.
– Another high grass violation was noted on Saturday at 133 W. Clark St., and the owner said the home now belonged to the bank. The village will take care of the problem since it is unable to locate the owner.
– A high grass violation was noted Saturday on 47 Garfield Ave., and a violation notice will be issued to the owner, Wells Fargo Bank.
– Lee Miller, 22, Howell Avenue, reported Saturday he believes his ex-girlfriend opened a credit card using his identity, but he declined to press charges.
– A fireworks complaint was received on Garfield at 6:16 p.m. Saturday. Police spoke with Kimberly C. Seiter, 33, and the juveniles present and told them they had stop shooting off fireworks.
– John Smollen, 56, West Main Street, reported Saturday he believed a rattlesnake was in his HVAC vents. Police checked and did not see or hear anything. Smollen was told to contact his landlord about getting an exterminator to check it out.
– Police arrested Eduardo Mateo of 647 Ohio Ave. and charged him with disorderly conduct and obstructing official business after responding to a call regarding an aggressive intoxicated man. When police arrived at 4:27 a.m. Sunday they were advised he had knife. Upon entering the home an officer observed a large knife in his hand. He appeared to be in an argument with another man, later found to be his father. Police said he was ordered to drop the knife numerous times before he was tased. Police found an outstanding warrant on him for failure to appear and he was taken to the county jail.
– Police responded to the 200 block of Rose Avenue at 9:39 a.m. Saturday in response to a complaint of a vehicle backing from a drive at 225 Vine Ave. and striking the side of a house. Julio V. Hernandez, 192 W. 4th St., was charged with OVI and expired license. Officers tried to administered a sobriety test but due to language differences were unable to. He was taken to jail.
– Jose P. Aguirre, 602 E. Third St., was cited for OVI, driving under suspension and a turn signal violation after a traffic stop at 3:02 a.m. Sunday at State and Broadway.
– Police responded to Centennial Park at 4:40 p.m. Saturday regarding a report of a silver vehicle driving through the park near the playground at Park Avenue. The driver said she was driving through on the grass because she wanted to watch her children and she was unable to walk that far. Police advised her not to drive on the grass and several witnesses said she drove around the side of the playground nearly hitting a child. When a parent tried to stop her by standing in front of her vehicle she started to speed up and was honking the horn. Several parents and grandparents said she got very angry and yelled at them. Police advised them she would be cited for reckless operation. The vehicle was escorted to a parking lot. The woman’s name was not provided.
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– Police responded to the 800 block of Homewood Avenue at 9:12 a.m. Saturday where the complainant advised someone attempted to break into the residence. There were fresh pry marks on the back door but no entry was made. Photos were taken. The resident’s name was not provided.
– Police responded to the 100 block of West Pershing at 1:16 p.m. Saturday and observed two men and two women in a parking lot next to the complainant’s porch. Another man was in the backyard and the complainant was on the porch and advised one woman came up to her making threats to throw her off the porch and beating her. The complainant retaliated with her own words and it was over the complainant having a relationship with the woman’s nephew. The complainant said she wasn’t going to put up with the lazy crack female coming and making threats to harm her. Police advised her of the options.
– Police responded to the 500 block of Washington Avenue at 12:51 p.m. Saturday for a report of an unresponsive woman who was a alert when police arrived and refused treatment. She was uncooperative and signed a treatment refusal statement.
– Police responded to the 400 block of East Third Street at 12:34 p.m. Saturday where there was a woman to be removed but she had established residency and needed to be evicted.
– Police arrived at a residence in the 1100 block of Cleveland Street at 12:24 p.m. Saturday where a verbal domestic between a mother and her juvenile son was taking place. Both were separated and advised to stay apart until things calmed down.
– Police responded to the 2400 block of East State Street at 3:38 p.m. Saturday where the complainant said an unknown amount of money was taken from in a white envelope while she was in line at the store.
– At 8:23 a.m. Sunday, police responded to the 800 block of West Pershing Street where the complainant advised that a man with a protective order against him was standing outside the complainant’s apartment and wouldn’t leave. He was gone when police arrived and the complainant was advised to call police if he returned.
– At 9:53 a.m. Sunday, police responded to the 400 block of Franklin Avenue where the complainant advised the neighbor was harassing him for giving her kids empty cans. Both were advised to leave each other alone.
– Police responded to the 100 block of North Ellsworth Avenue at 12:06 a.m. Sunday for a dispute and advised the people it was a civil matter and the options.
– A woman in the 900 block of Prospect was upset and wanted to leave when police arrived at 12:15 a.m. but her husband wouldn’t let her take the vehicle. An officer explained it was a civil matter and he could not keep her from leaving and she left.
– A person in the 1100 block of East Third said they were receiving threatening phone calls from an unknown number when police arrived at 1:07 a.m. Sunday.
At 1:53 a.m. Sunday, police responded to the 800 block of West Pershing Street for a possible protection order violation and checked the residence for the person and learned he has left. Police confirmed and active protection order on him and will forward the information to the county prosecutor’s office.
– Police responded to the 2200 block of East State Street at 2:39 a.m. Sunday where a man and woman were arguing. There was no physical violence. Police told them to separate for the night.
– While on patrol at 3:10 a.m. Sunday, police observed a suspicious person behind the Army Navy store leaning against a box truck. He was highly intoxicated and given a ride to a friends by cab.
– At 5:19 a.m. Sunday, police responded to Continental and Bentley drives where a man and a woman were in a verbal dispute and the man left.
– At 7:08 a.m. Sunday, police responded to the 1900 block of East State Street where the complainant advised her car was stolen while she was in the hospital. It was located in the north parking lot of the hospital.
– At 7:58 p.m. Saturday, police responded to Roosevelt Avenue and East Third for a report of a dirt bike on the road and were unable to locate it.
– Loss prevent officers at Walmart advised police at 8:14 p.m. Saturday that unknown people attempted to exit the store without paying for items commonly used to produce methamphetamine. The items were recovered and the people fled. Photos were provided to police and the incident is under investigation.
– Police responded to the 2800 block of East State at 8:29 p.m. Saturday for a report of theft the day before. Information was gathered. The woman may have been identified by an officer with help from the Goshen Township police.
– At 9:10 p.m. Saturday, police responded to North Lundy and East Fourth Street for a report of fireworks and located the source and they ceased.
– At 10:44 p.m. Saturday, police responded to the 100 block of North Ellsworth where two women were arguing. One woman left.
– Deputies assisted Wellsville fire crews at 10:29 p.m. Thursday after a man on Wells Hollow Road, Wellsville, refused to heed firefighters’ warnings to stop cutting down a tree since the tree had started to pull down overhead wires. The man became confrontational and told fire crews to go back to Wellsville if they weren’t going to help with the tree.
– A woman reported at 7:20 a.m. Thursday her husband was removing her license plates from her vehicle.
– Paul L. Grossen, 60, Warrensville Heights, was traveling west on state Route 14 at 9:17 a.m. Thursday, and was crossing the road from Dunkin Donuts to the M&S Gas Station when he was struck by Brittany M. Douglas, 23, Lordstown. Grossen was taken to St. Elizabeth in Boardman for minor injuries. Douglas was cited for failure to yield in a private drive.
– A welfare check was requested at 4:07 p.m. Thursday for Douglas MacDuff, Stanton Avenue, who wasn’t being reached at home.
– A woman reported at 5:04 p.m. Thursday that Jamie Booher was in the middle of the road and directed traffic at the intersection of South Vine Street and Railroad Street and was almost hit by several vehicles. Booher had left by the time an officer arrived.
– A woman reported at 5:06 p.m. Thursday that Christine Parent, Canton, was standing in front of Rite Aid on state Route 14 holding a sign asking for money. An officer advised Parent, who was found not to be in violation of city ordinances, of the complaint.
– Nicholas Hawkins reported at 5:42 p.m. Thursday his vehicle, parked on North Cross Street, was struck by another vehicle. The driver of the other vehicle left Hawkins a note with his information.
– A reckless driver was reported at 6:09 p.m. traveling west on state Route 14. The driver then turned right and headed north onto state Route 164. The call was transferred to Beaver Township police.
– Jacqueline Lake reported at 7:43 p.m. Thursday she has received harassing text messages.
– Fireworks were reported at 12:02 a.m. Friday in the area of North Middle Street and West Salem Street. An officer was unable to hear the fireworks.
– An open door was reported at 3:53 a.m. Friday at Oak’s Welding.
– Scott Hughes, Youngstown, was parked at 11:17 a.m. Friday at the Firestone Park tennis court when his vehicle, which was unoccupied, was struck by Robert Wichert, Leetonia.
– A dead raccoon was reported at 3:41 p.m. Friday in the area of East Metz Road and Camelot Drive. The raccoon was found decaying in a trash bag.
– Alcohol was reported and removed at 4:51 p.m. Friday at the pool at Firestone Park.
– A reckless driver was reported at 7:46 p.m. Friday traveling east on East Park Avenue. An officer spotted the green GMC Suburban parked at the old Chevy Motors on East Park Avenue.
– Joanne Cook reported at 9:13 p.m. Friday a light was left on in a residence at Southern Terrace. Officers checked the area, which appeared secure. The light was possibly left on by the realty company.
– Autumn S. Breeves, Somer Street, Leetonia reported lost at 9:24 p.m. Friday an iPod Touch, which had One Direction stickers on it, was lost while at the Firestone Park locker room restrooms.
– Theresa Masters reported at 10:25 p.m. Friday a green plaid blanket and an Ohio State folding chair were stolen while at the fireworks display at Firestone Park.
– A verbal dispute was reported at 11:18 p.m. Friday at the pool area at Firestone Park regarding a car backed into a tree, with the occupants engaged in a heated discussion. Officers did not see a vehicle in the area and did not see any problems.
– Police in the 800 block of East State Street at 7:27 p.m. Friday observed a vehicle that was involved in a hit-skip accident earlier in the evening. Miguel Ajanel Hernandez, 509 1/2 Columbia St., Apt. B, admitted to leaving the scene and was cited for VI, hit/skip, no operators license and an open container in a motor vehicle. He was transported to the county jail.
– Teresa M. Station, 175 N. Ellsworth Ave., was taken into custody at 3:26 p.m. Friday on an outstanding warrant from Columbiana County for failure to appear.
– Police responded to the hospital at 4:27 p.m. Friday where a couple argued in the emergency room, and the man struck the woman in the face.
– At 1:23 a.m. Saturday, police responded to the 500 block of South Broadway Avenue for a person to be removed from a bar. Marvin W. Harsh, 408 1/2 Franklin Ave., was cited for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
– Mary Bash, state Route 154, Negley, reported at 2:12 p.m. Thursday that while getting her mail she noticed the license plates on her Jeep Grand Cherokee were missing.
– Jesse James, 24, Lincoln Street, Minerva, was southwest on U.S. 30 in Hanover Township at 4:45 a.m. Monday and went off the right side into a guardrail. He was cited for failure to control.
– Matthew P. Grimm, 23, Third Street, Salem, was northbound on state Route 45 in Center Township at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and was struck by Albert J. Beal, 61, Yeager Drive, Wellsville, who was backing from a private drive. Beal cited for right of way.
– Police went to 417 N. Sumner St. at 10:57 p.m. Thursday for a report that a black Labrador puppy had possibly been stolen. Stephanie Wright told police the family had been away for the evening and when they came home the dog was gone. She said the dog goes by the name Bow and was wearing a green collar and was on a leash.
– Police assisted Columbiana County Sheriff’s deputies at Sundowners on state Route 45 at 12:37 a.m. Sunday for a report of a large fight. Upon arrival police and deputies learned the people involved had already left.
– Police went to Save-A-Lot at 11 p.m. June 28 for a report of kids drinking in the parking lot, but the kids were not there.
– A Circle K clerk reported at 7:21 p.m. June 28 a white man in his 20s bought some drinks and gave her a $20 but when marked with a black pen the bill appeared to be counterfeit and she gave the money back to the man who agreed to pay with another $20 and said he was going back to Farmer’s Bank where he got the first bill.
– A reckless operator was reported at 12:17 p.m. Friday in the area of Roosevelt and High Street. Police used the description of the vehicle to track down the female driver and told her to be careful.
-An anonymous caller at 11:24 a.m. Friday reported a man and woman walking two brown dogs and accompanied by another female at Reilly Stadium. An officer made contact with them and told them rules posted at the front gate area state that no pets are allowed. The woman said they’ve been walking the dogs there since November. They were told since someone made a complaint, now they can’t walk the dogs there. If they had objections, they were told to contact the school board. They left with the dogs.
– Police received an anonymous report about a drug overdose at 9:43 a.m. Friday in the 1000 block of North Lincoln Avenue. The person was in a bathroom for several minutes not responding when the person’s boyfriend kicked in the door and found the person on the floor. Fire department first responders and EMT Ambulance arrived on the scene and EMT transported the person to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– A Stark County ID card was recovered in the area of Third Street and Vine Avenue at 9:31 a.m. Friday and turned over to police.
– A woman in the 500 block of Ohio Avenue reported at 8:22 a.m. Friday that she and her boyfriend got into an argument and he left to get his car and when he came back he was going to harm himself. An officer contacted the boyfriend by phone and he said he was fine and just wanted to get some clothes and they would separate for the day.
– At 4:06 a.m. Friday, a driver for Paul’s Cab dropped off a wallet a customer left in the vehicle. An officer will contact the person.
– Police responded to the area near the Salem Library on East State Street at 3:52 a.m. Friday to talk to a woman regarding her ex-boyfriend harassing her. He left before police arrived and couldn’t be located.
-A suspicious person was reported at 3:46 a.m. Friday in the 100 block of East State Street in an alley behind Ricky’s English Pub, but nobody was found.
– A suspected intoxicated driver was reported at 2:54 a.m. Friday in the area of Taco Bell on East State Street, but the vehicle wasn’t found.
– Gerald Dipanfilo, 61, of 1135 E. State St., was cited for driving under a drug offense suspension after a traffic stop at 2:24 a.m. Friday in an alley off of East Sixth Street.
– Police were called at 2:04 a.m. Friday for a person with a gun in the area of North Lincoln Avenue and East Sixth Street, but no one was found.
– Police were called at 1:42 a.m. Friday to the area of East State Street near Bob Evans after a nurse from Salem Regional Medical Center reported a male patient walked out. He was found walking east in the 2500 block. Hospital personnel said they didn’t want him back and there was nothing wrong with him. He said he was going to Walmart to buy shoes and then walk back home to Leetonia. An officer took him to Walmart so he could buy shoes and contacted Paul’s Cab to take him home.
– An officer on patrol at 1:17 a.m. Friday saw a man riding a bicycle west in the middle lane of East State Street in the 1700 block with no lighted lights on the front or rear of the bike as required for night riding. He turned left onto Park Avenue and failed to stop for a stop sign at Pershing Street. The officer stopped the man and gave him a verbal warning for the violations.
– A caller complained at 12:54 a.m. Friday about fireworks in the 700 block of Summit Street, but none were heard or found. Police answered several calls about fireworks late Thursday throughout the city, with people on Summit Street and East Sixth Street told to stop shooting them off.
– A domestic was reported at 12:44 a.m. Friday at Walmart where the manager said a woman asked him to call police due to her husband bothering her. The husband and wife said they were arguing over finances and agreed to discuss it in the morning.
– A theft was reported on Kennedy Drive at 11:39 p.m. Thursday. Police spoke to a person who allegedly took keys and he didn’t know where they were.
– Shots were reported fired in the 300 block of Penn Avenue at 10:48 p.m. Thursday, with the caller hearing what appeared to be gunshots somewhere between Penn and Lundy Avenue. Everything appeared okay and several people heard fireworks, but no gunshots.
– A possible intoxicated driver was reported at 10:17 p.m. Thursday in the 1800 block of East State Street. The vehicle was stopped for an equipment violation, but the driver was found to be fine.
– Michael Hamilton, 25, of 410 Benton Road, was charged with disorderly conduct and taken to the Columbiana County jail after a resident in the 800 block of East Fourth Street called at 6:07 p.m. Thursday to report a man asking for money. He was known to her and had been harassing her for money every day, the report said.
– An ID card found at a local bank on South Lincoln Avenue was dropped off at the police station at 5:32 p.m. Thursday and placed in lost and found.
– Stacey McCullough, of West Pershing Street, reported at 2:33 p.m. Thursday that a male visiting her residence on Wednesday took $20 out of her purse.
– Marion Franzen, of East State Street, was cited for assured clear distance after her eastbound vehicle struck the rear of an eastbound vehicle driven by Benjamin Boyd, of East Liverpool, who was stopped in traffic at 2:08 p.m. Thursday on East State Street.
– A distraught female was reported at 11:31 a.m. Thursday in the 1900 block of East Pershing Street and taken to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– Police were called at 9:57 p.m. Thursday to Springdale Street for an ATV complaint. The rider was contacted and said they wouldn’t ride on the street anymore.
– Police responded at 9:31 p.m. Thursday to the 1400 block of Pine Lake Road for a fireworks complaint. The homeowner said he would stop shooting them off.
– Anna McQuiston, 39, of Buckeye Circle, Salem, was cited for assured clear distance after her northbound vehicle collided with the rear of a northbound vehicle driven by Marvin Gram, of Louisville, who was stopped at a stop sign on Georgetown Road at state Route 45 at 5:11 p.m. Thursday.
– A caller at 5:07 p.m. Thursday reported a person mowing too close to the road, throwing debris onto the road on Cunningham. No one was found and the road was clear.
– A reckless driver was reported in a white GMC truck on West Perry Street and Overlook at 8:17 p.m. Wednesday. Police found a vehicle matching the description in a driveway on West Perry Street, but the driver denied driving recklessly.
-Juveniles were reported playing too close to the road on Depot Road at Snyder Road at 7:35 p.m. Wednesday, but no juveniles were found.
– Martin Dwayne Sames, Providence Forge, Va., got lost and attempted to turn around at the West Point Fire Department at 12:09 a.m. Thursday and got stuck. He tore up the yard and driveway at the fire station and the semi truck, owned by the Atlantic Bulk Carrier Corp., had to be towed out by Geary Auto Service.
– Jeanette Gallimore, 47, East Liverpool Road, Lisbon, was charged with domestic violence after deputies were called to her home at 10:35 a.m. Wednesday because she took her mother’s car keys and then bit her on the arm when she was attempting to get them back.
– Alannah Buckle, Clarks Mill Road, Hammondsville, reported at 9:54 p.m. Wednesday someone had broken into their shed and stole two .22 caliber rifles – one a Savage model 64 semi-automatic and the other a Ruger 10-22.
– Josh Pence, Osbourne Road, Wellsville, reported at 5:06 p.m. Wednesday there was a suspicious gold Ford pickup sitting in his field with no one around it. Then the owner came back to the truck with tools. The owner, John Twyford, stated his truck broke down.
– Mike Sanor, Laughlin Road, Lisbon, reported at 4:42 p.m. Wednesday his wife came to his business and was harassing his employees.
– Dorothy Hogan, New Cumberland, W.Va., reported at 8:16 a.m. Wednesday she was concerned her son, Michael Hogan, 40, Depot Road, Lisbon, was missing. Hogan had been in the county jail on July 1, but was released that day and walked from the jail. She had not heard from him since, but he was planning to stay with someone, because his bond required him not to go home. She also had called people she believed he may have been staying with from a church, but no one has heard from him. Deputies checked some local motels and shelters, but were unable to find him.
– Steve Davis of the Rogers Group Home reported at 3:12 p.m. Tuesday a 17-year-old became unruly and was attempting to fight with other teens at the home. He also went outside and knocked things over on the patio. The boy calmed down when he learned Davis called the sheriff’s office.
– Charles Spencer, 47, of Pittsburgh, was driving on U.S. Route 30 in West Township when he struck a fallen tree branch at 1:30 a.m. June 26.
– David A. Washburn, 36, of Petersburg, struck a ditch while trying to make room for township mower while driving on Seigler Road in Hanover Township at 10:15 a.m. June 26.
– Austin M. Mumpire, 18, of Carrollton, was driving on Lewis Road in Franklin Township at 12:31 p.m. June 25 when his pickup truck caught fire.
– Marchello D. Stokes, 28, of Youngstown, was charged with drug possession and driving under suspension following a traffic stop on West Park Avenue at 2:54 p.m. Wednesday. The incident began when police saw Stokes getting gas at the Marathon station and ran his license plates, which showed he had three license suspensions for failure to pay child support. After Stokes left the gas station, police pulled him over, which is when they saw a baggie containing a considerable amount of white powder in the vehicle door side compartment and in the console. The drug dog was called from the county sheriff’s office, as was an agent from the county Drug Task Force, and the K9 hit on the center console and the back seat. A search was conducted and also turned up seven morphine pills in the console, as well as a rock of suspected crack cocaine in a baggie with a small straw. Stokes reportedly told police the white powder was a laxative and that the pills were his to take with him to so he could detox at a girl’s home in Steubenville.
– Police received a call about a female with her underwear hanging out waving her arms on Union Street at 11:51 a.m. Wednesday. An officer arrived to find a woman sitting on her steps, but nothing was wrong. A call was received at 8:50 p.m. the same day in regard to a female at Firestone Park who was acting strangely and drinking from the pond. Police arrived and discovered it was the same person and had her move along.
– A caller reported youths were riding their skateboards in the Firestone Park gazebo at 8:52 p.m. Wednesday.
– Police were called to East Taggart Street at 10:35 p.m. Wednesday in regard to a man who had become agitated and was now experiencing chest pains. The man refused to be checked by the ambulance crew that had been summoned.
St. Clair Township
– Officers responded to a Bell School Road residence at 12:35 a.m. Thursday for a report of a 42-year-old man found deceased in the bathroom. There were no signs of foul play, according to police.
– Officers responded to Check into Cash on state Route 170 for a person trying to cash a stolen check, but the person was gone prior to their arrival.
– Police responded to the 3900 block of Boardman Street at 11 a.m. Wednesday in reference to neighbor dispute regarding a dog on a neighbor’s property. The complainant advised that a man who visits his neighbor’s property became verbal with him after his dog had gone on his property and had picked up a piece of wood, shook it at him and threatened him with it if he stepped on his property. The complainant said it began a few days ago when a female neighbor accused his wife of hitting her vehicle with a piece of metal thrown from a lawn mower which was denied by them. That issue needed to be resolved through small claims court as it was a civil matter. Both sides were advised their dogs should be on leashes to keep them from going on the other’s property. No names were provided.
– Police were dispatched to Taylor Avenue at 9:59 p.m. June 27 in reference to a loud boom. The woman, whose name was not provided, said it had shaken her entire house.
– Police arrested Ryan W. Bevington, Youngstown, on a warrant.
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– At 2:32 p.m. June 19, an officer took a complaint in reference to possible property damage in the 400 block of Pearl Street.
– At 10:24 a.m. June 20, a resident in the 300 block of Columbia Street reported that his garage was broken into.
– Police responded to a domestic dispute in the 100 block of Main Street at 10:22 p.m. June 25.
– At 3:03 p.m. June 21, police responded to the 300 block of Walnut Street for an elderly man on the floor.
– Police responded to the 90 block of High Street at 11:04 p.m. June 29 for a report of a suspicious person next door.
– At 10:38 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the 90 block of Elm Street where a person needed to be transported to the hospital.
– Joshua Monday, 33, of 536 Walnut St., was taken into custody at his residence on warrants for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest at 10:02 a.m. Thursday related to an incident that occurred Monday. Salem police, the sheriff’s Office and the U.S. marshal’s office made the arrest during a warrants roundup. After being placed under arrest, Monday removed his wallet and his phone from his pockets and when asked if he had anything else on him, he said “just my bag of weed” and removed a baggie of marijuana from his pants pocket. He was charged with a minor misdemeanor for possession of marijuana. Police had also gone to a Kennedy Drive residence looking for someone, but the person was not there. At 10:04 a.m. Thursday, Ashley Vanderhoff, 25, of 624 Cherry St., was taken into custody at her residence for a warrant for failure to appear.
– An officer on patrol in the 800 block of Spring Street at 5:50 p.m. Wednesday saw two males with open containers of alcohol walking in the street. They allegedly tried to hide the cans when the officer made contact. Kevin Blackburn, 29, of 6471 state Route 9, Hanoverton, and Timothy Smith, 25, of 581 Pidgeon Road, Salem, were both cited for minor misdemeanors for open container in a public place.
– Police responded to a report at 10:54 a.m. Thursday of an animal whining in the area of New Garden Avenue. Officers found it was a dog inside a residence on Arch Street where no one was home. A warning tag was left for the owner.
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– While in the 1100 block of East State Street on another call at 1:29 a.m. Thursday, police were approached by a man who had a grocery bag of pill bottles in his possession, all belonging to him, and said he just signed himself out of Salem Regional Medical Center after he said they wouldn’t do anything for him. He had been transported by ambulance and lives in Leetonia. He said one of his prescriptions was stolen a couple days ago. He was told to report the stolen medicine to Leetonia police since that’s where he resides. He said he had no way home and was given a ride to a meeting point on state Route 344 where Leetonia Police picked him up and took him home to Elm Street.
– A man in the 1100 block of East State Street reported at 12:57 a.m. Thursday that he got into an argument with a friend over drug use and it turned physical. He had visible injuries, with some occurring a few days before. An officer spoke to the other party who had a conflicting story. Information will be sent to the prosecutor for review. The same man had called police at 12:08 a.m. regarding a civil matter related to getting belongings back. Earlier at 10:53 p.m. Wednesday he had questions about property and was told his options.
– A man in the 200 block of North Lincoln Avenue reported at 4:38 a.m. Thursday that another male who rents a room with him came home intoxicated and began punching holes in the walls of the apartment.
– An officer on patrol at 3:48 a.m. Thursday attempted to stop a vehicle for a traffic violation on East State Street near Southeast Boulevard, but the vehicle went to the hospital emergency room before stopping. The driver’s passenger was experiencing a medical problem. The officer summoned emergency personnel and obtained the driver’s information before leaving.
-A domestic was reported at 3:33 a.m. Thursday in the 400 block of Franklin by a woman who said her live-in boyfriend wouldn’t leave her alone. He was lying on the couch and said he just wanted to go to bed. They were told to stay away from each other. No physical violence was reported.
– Fireworks were reported at 10:11 p.m. Wednesday in the 1200 block of East Pershing Street. A man admitted to setting off a firework and was given a verbal warning. He said he wouldn’t set them off anymore.
– A woman reported at 7:58 p.m. Wednesday that someone was texting her and making threats. An officer read the texts and advised her they were slander, not threats. She was told it’s a civil issue.
– A caller on south Ellsworth Avenue reported at 7:37 p.m. Wednesday that a toddler was playing in a front yard unattended by an adult. The caller didn’t give an exact location, with Perry Township police notified also. The area was searched and no children were found anywhere near the road.
– A resident in the 200 block of South Howard Avenue reported at 7:32 p.m. Wednesday that a juvenile was not listening and was being disrespectful. The person was advised the legal action for admitting into the juvenile center.
– An unsecured vehicle was noted in the 100 block of East Second Street at 7:22 p.m. Wednesday. The business owner was notified and the vehicle secured.
– Police responded to the parking lot of Sparkle Market on South Lundy Avenue for a juvenile who became separated from his brother at 5:23 p.m. Wednesday. The brother arrived a minute later and the mother retrieved both boys. The family resides less than a block away and the boys were supposed to be visiting someone at a nearby residence.
– A man in the 900 block of Liberty Street reported at 5:21 p.m. Wednesday that he saw a male juvenile take a package off of a neighbor’s porch. The officer followed up with the juvenile and learned the package had already been returned. The person receiving the package declined to pursue charges.
-A suspicious person was reported in the 600 block of Woodland Avenue at 4:49 p.m. Wednesday. A man was found sleeping in the cab of a tree service truck. When he was asked to step out of the vehicle, he blacked out and officers caught him before he fell and injured himself. Fire department first responders and an ambulance responded. He was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– A dispute was reported at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday in the 1400 block of East Pershing Street. Two adults were looking for their child and talking loudly. They found the child and left.
– A man on East Ninth Street reported at 3:19 p.m. Wednesday that he was threatened by a female cleaning his mother’s house. An officer spoke to his mother and she said there was no problem. The female in question had already left.
– Soliciting was reported at 2:51 p.m. Wednesday in the 100 block of West 12th Street. The person did not have a permit and was given a warning and told to get a permit. They refused to buy the permit and are not permitted to solicit in the city.
– A man in the 1200 block of East Pershing Street reported at 12:39 p.m. Wednesday that he was upset about being accused of theft. He said the SSI money is his and his mother kicked him out and told him not to come back. An officer called her and told her she would have to do a legal eviction.
– In the 100 block of West Fourth Street, a man reported at 11:26 a.m. Wednesday that another male living in the residence called him and told him not to come home or he will be hurt.
– Christine Hudgens, South 12th Street, Beloit, reported at 10 a.m. Tuesday a woman from Sebring has been working for her at her house between April 17 and June 9 helping to take care of her mother. She has noticed small things missing from her home and asked her about them, but she denied knowing anything. Then Hudgens saw in the newspaper the same woman had been charged with stealing from Walmart. She reports perfume and some chef’s knives taken.
– Susan Cooper, Schneider Road, Hanoverton, reported a property line dispute at 11:41 a.m. Tuesday. Both Cooper and Rachael Craft accused each other of harassment while arguing about the property line. Deputies explained it is a civil matter.
– Charles Hilderbrand, Spillway Road, Lisbon, reported at 3:50 p.m. Monday he is watching a neighbor’s home while he is in the hospital. He noticed on Monday the back door open and two flat screen TVs and a Compaq laptop were missing from the home.
– William A. Blake, 23, Birmingham, New York, and William E. Ream, 58, Winston Drive, East Liverpool, were northbound on state Route 7 in Madison Township at 5:46 p.m. Friday and Ream stopped to turn left into a private drive and was struck by Blake. Blake was cited for assured clear distance and taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital with serious injuries.
– Charles A. Ash, 44, Bell Road, Lisbon, was northwestbound on state Route 172 in Center Township at 4:25 a.m. June 25 and went off the right side into a ditch. He was cited for failure to control.
– Michael B. Lamp, 20, Bell School Road, East Liverpool, was westbound on East Liverpool Road in St. Clair Township at 6:15 p.m. Sunday and went off the right side into a guardrail. He was cited for failure to control.
– Melissa R. Peloso, 42, Alliance, was eastbound on Georgetown Road in Knox Township at 4:44 p.m. Sunday and attempted to make a left turn onto Homeworth Road and went off the right side into a sign. She was cited for failure to control.
– Timothy A. Hicks, 45, state Route 172, Lisbon, was eastbound on state Route 172 and the brakes failed and to avoid a collision he traveled off the right side into a ditch and a corn field. A passenger, Lisa A. Pitts, 24, was taken to the Salem hospital with minor injuries.
– Johnathan P. Snyder, 46, Mineral Ridge, Ruben Murphy, 33, Youngstown, Jeanne C. Hynes, 53, Monaca, Pa., and Ashley Meadows, 27, Riverside Avenue, Wellsville, were stopped in traffic northbound on state Route 7 in Fairfield Township at 4 p.m. Friday and Eddie M. Mulholland, 30, Youngstown, was also northbound and struck Snyder from behind causing Snyder to hit Murphy, who hit Hynes who then hit Meadows. Mulholland was cited for assured clear distance and taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital with minor injuries. Snyder’s passengers, Kristen A. Snyder, 44, Mineral Ridge, Jacob P. Snyder, 17, same address, were taken to St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Boardman with serious and minor injuries and Kai O. Snyder, 20, same address, and Abbey Imhoff, 20, Kansas City, Mo, were also taken with minor injuries.
– A Stanton Avenue man requested at 3:58 a.m. Tuesday police help him turn his heat off.
– Someone reported at 10:46 a.m. Tuesday a woman was yelling obscenities and waving clothing items on Union Street. Police found Jamie Booher in her own yard talking to herself.
– Sara Rapp, West Southern Avenue reported at 6:18 p.m. Tuesday that sometime around 5:40 p.m. Tuesday a piece of metal from possibly a sewer drain struck her tire causing it to flatten while she was on Fairfield or Southern avenues.
– Police went to 1073 Fairfield Avenue at 11:55 p.m. Tuesday for a report of a domestic and found it had only been a verbal dispute. No charges were filed.
– A Circle K employee reported at 4:39 a.m. Wednesday a man stole some hot foods from the store.
– Police went to Meadowview Apartments at 3:13 a.m. Wednesday for a report that an elderly woman there was confused. Police spoke with the woman and found there were no problems.
– Police issued a warning letter to John A. Ferko, Wallace Avenue, for junk vehicles at the home at 11:37 a.m. Monday.
-Lisa J. Mountz, 53, St. Jacob-Logtown Road, Leetonia, was cited Monday evening after her dog was found running loose and in the yard of her neighbor, Jeffrey B. Waters, who said this happens frequently. Constable Dan Valentine assisted Mountz in getting her dog home.
– The owner of East End Lumber, Harvey Avenue, reported June 20 that a man came in talking on a cell phone and began walking up and down the aisles, watching where employees were located. He then grabbed $224 from the register and ran out of the store. The owner later identified the man as the same person pictured in the newspaper as wanted by police for another crime.
– A Fair Street resident reported a 43-inch flat screen taken from her home. The resident’s name was not included in the report.
– A man found sleeping on the steps of the Salem Public Library last week was taken into custody at 12:05 p.m. Wednesday for a warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia. Michael S. Vrabel, 50, of 521 W. Wilson St., had been seen walking by an off-duty officer aware of the warrant and was located on South Lincoln Avenue near East Pershing Street. A report said a drug instrument was found on him after he eventually woke up when police responded to the library at 11:22 a.m. June 26. At the time, he was transported to the Salem Regional Medical Center and the drug instrument was brought back to the police station.
– Stephanie Pierson, of East Ninth Street, reported at 3:40 p.m. Tuesday that sometime over the past couple of months, someone removed jewelry from her residence without her permission, including a ring, pendant and earring.
– Katie Matthews, 19, of Allen Drive, Salem, was cited for reasonable control after she said she swerved to miss an animal while westbound on Stewart Road and traveled off of the road, striking a pole and shearing it in half at 1:46 p.m. Tuesday.
Goshen Police District
– Police responded to the 12000 block of U.S. Route 62 at 7:49 p.m. June 15 where a resident reported a juvenile of the home was running around outside completely nude and had damaged the interior of the residence.
– Timothy W. Brothers, 19, Youngstown, was cited for right of way at intersections following a two-vehicle crash in Green Township at 7:56 June 19 in which he was northbound on Beaver Creek Road and failed to yield at the stop sign at state Route 165, striking a westbound vehicle driven by Herman J. Lehman, 62, Columbiana. No injuries were reported.
– Officers responded to the Sharon Lynn girls home at noon June 20 where staff members reported a verbal argument that escalated into a physical altercation.
– Brian D. Snoddy, 22, 94444 Stratton Road, Salem, was charged with operating a vehicle intoxicated following a traffic stop for left of center at 2:33 a.m. June 21.
– Timothy J. Vinopal, 55, 5002 Leffingwell Road, Canfield, was charged with leaving the scene and failure to control following a one-vehicle crash in Goshen Township at 3:28 a.m. June 21 in which he was southbound on state Route 45 and traveled off the west side of the roadway striking a street sign then fled the vehicle before officers arrived.
– Robert E. Wilkerson, 25, New Castle, Pa., and Joel A. Ramer, 29, Youngstown, were arrested by the Ohio Investigative Unit with assistance from Goshen police for carrying a concealed weapon at 7:20 p.m. June 21.
– Jason P. Sidwell, 30, 4741 Whinnery Road, Salem, was charged with disorderly conduct while intoxicated with persistence after an officer observed him physically resisting a security guard’s efforts to remove him from the location at 9:15 p.m. June 21.
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– A caller at 1:25 p.m. Wednesday reported a case of child endangerment for children left in a vehicle in the Walmart parking lot. The vehicle was not found.
– A woman in the 1200 block of East Pershing Street reported at 10:14 a.m. Wednesday that someone stole her credit card and there were many charges she did not permit.
– Police responded at 9:05 a.m. Wednesday to the 100 block of West Fourth Street for a report of menacing. Family members sharing a residence were having verbal disputes and the callers were ordered to leave by other residents. Parties were told they all have the same rights and no one can be ordered out without an eviction notice.
– Police responded to a motor vehicle lockout with a small child inside the vehicle at 6:39 a.m. Wednesday in the 500 block of Columbia Street. Officers were able to get inside.
– A possible fight was reported at 2:44 a.m. Wednesday in the Butech parking lot at the corner of South Broadway and Franklin. Officers saw two males standing face to face arguing. They separated upon seeing police and all parties were sent on their way, with others advised to clear the parking lot.
– A resident in the 200 block of Woodland Avenue called at 2:01 a.m. Wednesday to report seeing a light turn on in a neighbor’s garage. He didn’t believe anyone was home. Officers saw the light on but did not see anyone inside through a window. They found an unsecured door and announced themselves, getting no response. They checked the interior and found no one inside.
– Police were called to Sparkle Market, 423 S. Lundy Ave., at 1:37 a.m. Wednesday for an alarm activation. The exterior of the business was checked and found secure. A keyholder arrived and officers checked the interior and found all in order.
– An assault was reported at 1:12 a.m. Wednesday in the 1000 block of New Garden Avenue where a juvenile reported he heard two people walking outside the garage door and went outside to look. He saw two people hiding behind a tree. One who was wearing a black ski mask ran at him on the street and hit him in the face then fled the scene. Police were unable to find anyone.
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– The Ashtabula post of the highway patrol requested police check for a person in the 1300 block of West State Street at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday and deliver a message to them. The person was contacted and told to call Ashtabula OSHP.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 2:09 a.m. Wednesday parked behind Circle K South on South Lincoln Avenue. An officer spoke with the driver who said she’s traveling and became tired and decided to rest a while. She was told that was fine.
– Police responded at 7:38 p.m. Tuesday to the 1100 block of West Perry Street for a report of a suspicious male climbing in and out of apartment windows. Police made contact with the person and learned he was the maintenance manager for the apartments.
– Police were called at 6:22 p.m. Tuesday to the area of state Route 45 and Benton Road for a traffic hazard created by a deer carcass in the road. The carcass was removed.
– Loud music was reported at 5:40 p.m. Tuesday in the 400 block of Benton Road. The music was found coming from a vehicle parked in a driveway, with the people told to turn the music down for the rest of the night.
– An unknown disturbance was reported at 4:50 p.m. Tuesday in the 1300 block of Pembrooke Drive. Occupants in the building said everything was fine. Police found the noise coming from a newly purchased surround sound and advised the residents to keep the volume down for the night.
Goshen Police District
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– Police responded to the 14000 block of state Route 14 at 7:49 p.m. June 15 where a resident reported someone was shooting on her property without permission. The man was warned off the property.
– A Main Street, Beloit, resident reported at 1:28 p.m. June 20 that a former friend had been leaving him threatening telephone messages.
– Two residents in the 17000 block of Fairview Street, Beloit, reported at 10 a.m. June 21 someone overnight had damaged their mailboxes.
– A domestic dispute was reported on Depot Road, Lisbon, at 6:03 a.m. Tuesday. Devin Hogan reported he and his father argued about him talking on his cell phone late at night. His father began to argue with him and he went outside to cool down. That is when he claims his father attacked him, choked him, hit him and threw a pot at his head. Devin Hogan had visible injuries. Michael Hogan claimed they argued and there was a pushing match between them. Michael Hogan was charged with domestic violence.
– Jamie Weston, Lakeview Drive, Hanoverton, reported at 7:45 a.m. Tuesday a person she has a protection order against called her from a restricted phone number that morning. She heard him say, “Jamie, I just want to tell you …” and she hung up the phone.
– Jo-Ann Bogart, Cusick Road, Lisbon, reported at 2:46 p.m. Monday someone broke into her home earlier in the day taking a safe, Kindle and an electronic tablet.
– Morris Cross, Granite Falls, Minn., reported at 12:04 p.m. Monday, he is a contractor at the Kensington gas plant and there about 800 employees working at the plant. When the project began they brought all the necessary tools from Minnesota and inventoried them. Now they have transported all the tools back and a large quantity are missing.
– Roxanne Jividen, Dublin, Ohio, reported at 8:40 a.m. Monday she was concerned an auction company defrauded her elderly mother by taking several items her mother wanted auctioned, but not providing her with a receipt for the items. Jividen said her mother has gone to the business several times to talk about the issue, but they claim they are too busy to talk to her.
– Gwen Thomas, Homeworth Road, Home-worth, reported at 2:51 p.m. Monday she was paying bills after getting paid on Friday and noticed some charges she had not made. She called her bank, Stark Federal Credit Union, and they informed her there were charges made through an Xbox. She confronted her son, who denied making the purchases. She called the Xbox company and learned the charges were coming through an Xbox in the United Kingdom. The charges were $296.
– Deputies went to a home in Breezeway Mobile Park in Leetonia where they took Jason Hurst into custody on a warrant for failure to appear. Deputies also spoke to Timothy Welce, who was very intoxicated and watching two children, ages 3 and 6. Welce claimed he had only had a couple beers, but had also received an epidural shot that day. Another neighbor agreed to watch the children for Welce until he could find another sober adult to watch them.
– At 1:11 a.m. Monday police escorted a semi from the north side of the underpass on Columbiana-Lisbon Road to the other side to make a delivery.
– At 4 a.m. Monday police assisted a truck driver with parking his truck in the area of South Vine and West Park until a business opened.
– A man reported at 10:53 a.m. Monday a disoriented woman was near the post office. Police found the woman back on her property. No further action was taken.
– A woman reported at 11 a.m. Monday there was a possible drunk driver in the Marathon parking lot. Police spoke with the driver who was not intoxicated but had a problem with the tire.
– Dr. Fagert’s office reported they received a bad check for $205 from Casey Reynolds of Lisbon.
– Brooke Hitchcock, North Vine, reported at 7:19 p.m. Monday someone damaged a plastic box cabinet that holds equipment at the baseball field in park.
– At 7:43 p.m. Monday police gave a Sparkle employ-ee and emergency transport back to her home in New Waterford.
– A woman reported at 9:15 p.m. Monday a woman walking a dog and wearing gray sweatpants and a green shirt approached some kids on Union and made inappro-priate comments to them.
– Around 9:55 p.m. Monday police received several complaints of a tan or gray keep pulling three kids on skateboards on North Middle. Police checked but did not see the vehicle.
– Edmond Ismailati, 47, Brooklyn, N.Y., was south-bound on Lisbon Street at 10 p.m. Monday and struck the railroad underpass with his rig. He was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device.
– A man reported at 10:51 p.m. Monday that whole having his daughter’s birthday party at the Firestone pool a woman there was acting weird and talking to herself. Police found Jamie Booher sitting quietly on the hillside and told police she would not disturb the party.
– Dianna Morris, Kingwood Drive, was pulling forward in the Dutch Haus lot at 10 a.m. Monday and hit a cement post.
– Police assisted EMS with a call at a North Liberty Street home at 6:46 p.m. Friday.
– An officer reported seeing Robert K. Barrett, no age or address listed, walking into an abandoned house at 766 Dresden Avenue Monday. Officers were unable to get into the building, but then Barrett came to the front door and was taken into custody and charged with criminal trespassing. He reportedly told officers he did not intend to steal anything but just entered the house because he is homeless and had nowhere to go. He was taken to the county jail.
St. Clair Township
– Officers responded Monday to a residence on Route 267 for a report of a deceased person. A physician reported the death was from natural causes.
– A lost ID found in the 600 block of Franklin Avenue at 2 p.m. Tuesday was placed in the police lost and found.
– George Giffin, 47, of 418 Franklin Ave., was charged with domestic violence after his half brother showed up at the police station at 11:13 a.m. Tuesday and reported being assaulted by him. Fire department first responders and EMT Ambulance came to the station where the victim’s ankle was swollen, his knee area had red marks and he could hardly walk. He was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center for treatment.
– A clerk at Smith Oil on East State Street reported at 9:54 p.m. Monday that someone in an older white vehicle left without paying for $25 in gas.
– Police are investigating an alleged theft at Gene’s Drive-Thru, 1750 E. State St., after being called to the business at 9:19 p.m. Monday by employees who reported a male customer and a female employee who were involved in a relationship were suspected of being complicit in removing a box of assorted unopened liquor bottles through the rear door without paying for them. The box of assorted liquor was seen in plain view through the rear hatch of the male suspect’s vehicle after he pulled around from the back lot and back into the drive-thru. There was no record of payment through the cash register and a large cardboard display had also been taken and recovered from the suspect’s vehicle. The report said the female was seen by other employees walking to her vehicle in the rear lot three times during the previous hour. Each time she was carrying a garbage can and placed something in her vehicle. Four bottles of wine were plainly visible in the back seat of her vehicle, with no record of payment. Both suspects were read their Miranda rights and merchandise was recovered from both vehicles. The owner of the business said he wanted to pursue criminal charges and also terminated the female from her job. Detectives are investigating and still gathering information, with charges pending further investigation.
– A vehicle owned by Mark L’Italien of Salem was reported struck in the parking lot of Home Depot at 4:47 p.m. Monday, with damage to the left rear hatch and window area. The other vehicle reportedly fled.
– Police responded at 5:35 a.m. Tuesday to state Route 45 near Georgetown Road for a one-vehicle accident involving a deer and a vehicle driven by Kasen Smith, 18, of Minerva, who was northbound on state Route 45 when the deer ran into the road. Minor damage was caused to the hood and left front driver’s side of the vehicle. No injuries were reported.
– Suzanne Elze of Salem struck a deer at 11:12 p.m. Monday while driving on the bypass near North Lincoln.
– Jason McFarland, 39, of 36387 Teegarden Road, Salem, was charged with theft after police were called at 9:10 p.m. Monday to the 1100 block of Cunningham Road for a theft from a vehicle. The township was assisted by the sheriff’s office and McFarland was taken to the county jail.
– A domestic dispute was reported at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday in the 1100 block of Prospect Street in the parking lot of Salem Acres. Police located the male and female walking just inside the city limits. Both said they were arguing, but no physical violence occurred.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 11:28 p.m. Monday in the 1100 block of West Perry Street behind an apartment complex. Police made contact with the occupants and found no suspicious activity occurring, with one person a resident.
– Police spoke with a woman at 5:07 p.m. Monday on West Pidgeon Road regarding a property line issue with a neighbor. An officer said he would speak with the township zoning officer.
– A woman from East Rochester reported at 2:48 p.m. Monday that her vehicle was damaged by a dog while at Homestead Pools on Depot Road.
– While on patrol, a woman from the 1400 block of Andrew Avenue approached at 1:49 p.m. Monday to report having three no trespassing signs removed from her property over the past several weeks.
– The township road foreman reported a suspicious vehicle at 1:34 p.m. Monday in the south station parking lot on Depot Road parked in front of the fire department doors. The vehicle had run out of gas and the male driver requested to speak with an officer. While officers were enroute, the foreman called and said the person left the parking lot northbound on Depot Road and had a gas can on the roof of the vehicle. An officer located the vehicle out of gas on Mullins Street inside the city and notified Salem police.
(no names provided)
– A clerk at Smith Oil on East State Street reported at 2:10 p.m. Tuesday that a man pumped $5.03 in gas into a red Chevy Cavalier and left without paying. She said he was a regular customer and may have forgot. An officer will attempt to contact him.
– A residential alarm was reported at 2:09 p.m. Tuesday in the 700 block of Jennings Avenue where the exterior was checked and found secure.
– A Jennings Avenue resident reported at 2:05 p.m. Tuesday that her neighbor has turkeys in his back yard and they got out of the fence and were in her yard. Officers found several white turkeys in her yard and put them back in the fenced area. The owner was contacted and told about the city ordinance for wild animals.
– A man at 1:28 p.m. Tuesday reported getting into an argument with another person in a parking lot in the 2300 block of Southeast Boulevard. When he came back out, he had key marks on the driver side mirror of his vehicle. Police were unable to find the other vehicle.
– Police were called at 1:01 p.m. Tuesday to the 1200 block of Southeast Boulevard for one to be removed. Officers were familiar with the two people due to numerous previous reports. The male half was told to leave and not return.
– A man in the 600 block of East Third Street reported at 7:26 a.m. Tuesday that a female staying with him took some of his clothes.
– A woman in the 1100 block of East State Street reported at 2:35 a.m. Tuesday that she requested a certain amount of money from the ATM but the ATM ran out of money. She was told how to go about resolving the issue with her financial provider.
– Police spoke to a man in the 900 block of East State Street at 10:56 p.m. Monday who said a male known to him stole his video game system and two controllers and he went to the male’s address and recovered the property. He wanted it documented. An officer contacted the other person who claimed the video game system belonged to him and that he never went to the man’s residence. He wasn’t worried about getting the system back, but wanted money he said he was owed. The officer confirmed the system belonged to the man who first reported it stolen and took it back. Both were told to stay away from each other.
– Police responded at 10:23 p.m. Monday to the 100 block of West Pershing Street for people arguing and learned all was fine. It was just a verbal disagreement.
– A caller at 10:03 p.m. Monday reported juveniles riding bicycles in the street in the 600 block of East State Street, but none were found.
A wallet found on East State Street near the city limits was turned over to police at 10:02 p.m. Monday and placed in lost and found. A family member of the owner was contacted.
– A man who resides on Bank Street reported at 9:53 p.m. Monday that he was getting threats through Facebook and several unknown people came to his residence and threatened to beat him up. He told them he didn’t want them on the property. He was also told to block them from Facebook and call if they return.
– A Cleveland Street resident reported a possible scam at 8:40 p.m. Monday, saying he bought a vehicle from a dealership out of the city and there was a problem. He believed he had been scammed out of his other vehicle that was not traded in. He was told it’s civil and to consult an attorney. The persons who had the vehicle showed up while police were there and officers told all involved it was a civil matter. Both vehicles were left at the residence.
-A man in the 400 block of Franklin Avenue reported at 8:09 p.m. Monday that a juvenile visiting next door was attempting to instigate the neighbor’s children to cause problems. Officers spoke with the neighbor and juveniles who said the man had been swearing at them for walking in the alley beside his residence. All were told to stop bothering one another.
– Officers on patrol at 5:22 p.m. Monday saw a construction trailer parked in the road in the 100 block of Railroad Street. The workers were told they needed traffic cones around the trailer.
– A caller reported at 4:35 p.m. Monday that he was stopped in traffic in the 1400 block of Franklin Avenue when a small green truck exited an alley along the south side of Franklin Plaza onto Franklin and struck the passenger side of a white van stopped ahead of his vehicle. The occupants of the two vehicles spoke to each other and left. The owner of the van said the truck couldn’t get stopped and ran off the road before striking the side of the van, narrowly avoiding striking the rear of cars stopped in traffic or the rear of the building. Neither she nor the other driver wanted a report.
– A woman in the 700 block of East State Street reported at 4:24 p.m. Monday that her mother’s boyfriend called her three times Monday and she had told him not to contact her. Police contacted him and told him to stop.
– Police responded Monday to the parking lot at Salem Regional Medical Center for a hit/skip. The driver of a silver Ford F-150 pickup backed out of a parking space and struck a red Chevy Cavalier parked unoccupied, causing minor damage to the right rear bumper. Police couldn’t make contact with the owner of the Cavalier and planned to attempt contact with the truck owner.
– Brittanie Hartman, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported a domestic dispute at 8:34 p.m. Sunday. Deputies arrived to find Anthony R. Ensell in the driveway with blood on both arms. He claimed he punched a glass door and was found to be intoxicated. Ensell’s wife Randi and Hartman told deputies Anthony swung open a freezer door striking his wife in the head. She threw a pack of cigarettes at him and he punched her in the mouth. She punched him and he went after her, while Hartman tried to get be-tween them. Anthony Ensell then pushed Randi over a railing backwards while choking her before Hartman managed to get them apart. He then started punching the freezer and punched the storm door. He was charged with domestic violence.
– Ada Guappone, Glasgow Road, Lisbon, reported at 4:07 p.m. Sunday her 15-year-old had been missing since Friday. He was last seen at lot 36 on Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool. Guappone had heard from her son by text message, but he refused to tell her where he was or whom he was with. Deputies later learned the boy was at his father’s trailer on state Route 45, lot 26. They checked on him and notified his mother of his location.
– An 11-year-old girl was accidentally left at the Lake Tomahawk beach area on Sunday evening when family members left in two cars. A Lake Tomahawk security officer, Ray Pyley, said he found the girl near the beach at 6:48 p.m. Sunday. The family returned while deputies spoke to the girl and her mother arrived later from Chester, W.Va. The girl had gone swimming with some members of the family and friends and then they left to go to church. They realized she was in neither vehicle when they arrived at church.
– Alleged contraband was seized at the county jail from John Stewart Bryan, brought to the county jail at 11:33 p.m. Saturday by St. Clair Township police on possess-ion of drug abuse instru-ments charges. The booking and intake officer found a clear plastic bag of white pills in Bryan’s pocket, which he claimed were vitamins.
– A suspicious truck was reported on Hartley at 4:42 a.m. Sunday. Deputies spoke to the driver, who was asleep and told them it was his father’s property. They told him to move his vehicle away from the side of the road.
– Amanda Anderson, Pine Hollow Road, Rogers, reported at 2:36 p.m. Friday she was visiting and got into an argument with her father and stepmother, who had taken her 10-month-old and refused to return the baby. Deputies spoke with Melissa and Jake Anderson, who said Amanda became upset, got out of control and was throwing baby items around the house while holding the baby. They took the baby because they were afraid it would get hurt, but had no problem returning the child once Amanda calmed down.
– Karen Royea, Lakeview Drive, Lisbon, reported at 2:14 p.m. Friday a container of chicken liver was dumped into her mailbox.
– An unruly 13-year-old was reported at the Lisbon police department at 7:01 p.m. Friday. Deputies spoke to the boy’s father, who said the boy was supposed to have gone into the woods to build a fort, but disappeared. The boy, who is here visiting his father for six weeks this summer, told deputies he misses his mother and wants to go back to Michigan.
– Someone dialed 911 and deputies responded to what sounded like a possible domestic dispute at the Traveler’s Motel at 8:59 p.m. Friday. Deputies spoke to Trudy Falcone, who said she and her boyfriend argued and she had accidentally dialed 911. Both parties signed a refusal to prosecute.
– Ryan McCartan, Ellsworth Avenue, Minerva, 6:32 p.m. Friday someone stole numerous items from his home, including 20 buprenorphine pills and $75.
– Oswald Pereira, Parshall Road, Wellsville, was cited with disorderly conduct at 12:28 a.m. Sunday after several calls have been made for annoying neighbors, and deputies found a party with music when they were called again on Sunday.
– Heather Anderson, U.S. Route 30, East Rochester, reported a man she did not know was by her garage staring at her. Her friend got up to confront the man, who ran toward the abandoned home next door. Deputies checked the area but found no one. She told deputies the man has been there trespassing before and has even come up to her sliding back window.
– Michelle Whaley, Madison Street, Salineville, reported an unruly child. Deputies spoke to a man and his 13-year-old son, who was using profane language because he was not getting his way and prompting the neighbors to call deputies.
– Jackie Winters of Sundowners, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported a fight at 12:36 a.m. Sunday, prompting deputies, the highway patrol and Lisbon police to respond. The owner told deputies all was well and it was only some pushing and shoving between oil and gas pipeline workers.
– Collette Rupert, delivering newspapers for the Morning Journal, reported at 4:51 a.m. Friday there were loose horses on state Route 7. Deputies found the animals on a property near Middleton Road. The owners came and retrieved them.
– Caleb Simpson, state Route 7, New Waterford, reported at 7 a.m. Friday he had been at his uncle Brian McCall’s home the night before drinking with him and his uncle slammed his head to the ground injuring him. Deputies spoke to McCall who said they both fell down the stairs, but there was no confrontation. Simpson never came to fill out a report.
– Jaron Staull, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 11:36 p.m. Friday he and his wife live in a trailer with his sister and her boyfriend. His wife has just had a c-section and had nine percosets in the bottle, but six disappeared.
– A caller reported it sounded like a fight at a party in the 39000 block of state Route 517 at 12:58 a.m. Saturday. Police arrived to find a party going on in a back yard but there was no indication of any fighting. Police spoke with the resident, Andrew Smith, who said everything was fine other than they were getting a bit loud, but he had already told everyone to tone it down and go inside the house.
– Police were told of a water truck taking water from a hydrant at the corner of Graham and Maple streets at 9:29 a.m. Wednesday. Officers spoke with the driver for Miller Pipeline, who said his foreman told him they were allowed to get water from hydrants. The driver was told tankers are purchasing water for drilling from the village water plant, not from hydrants, and he was escorted to the water department to make arrangements.
– Bruce Riehl heard his renters were going to remove the cabinets when they left on July 1 and they were gone when he checked on Sunday. Riehl conceded the renters purchased the cabinets but he thought they had an arrangement. Police spoke with the renter, Holly Powell, who said the cabinets belonged to her but she would make sure there were cabinets up by the time she left.
– A caller reported a woman was being pulled down Saltwell Road by a man at 1:11 a.m. Saturday. The officer who checked the area did not come across any such thing.
– Park Manager Dana Blackburn reported there were juveniles doing inappropriate things in the Play Town playground at 9:55 a.m. Friday. Police told the youths if they could not respect the people at the pool and park they needed to leave.
– Nick Stacey reported at 11:43 p.m. June 24 that Amanda Durbin damaged his vehicle while it was near Carter Lumber. Stacey later changed his mind and he did not want anything done.
– Police were called to a home on North Market Street at 8:32 p.m. June 24 to stand by while until an ambulance arrived arrived to transport the resident to the hospital.
– A caller reported there was a possible drunk driver in a silver Cobalt southbound on North Beaver Street at 11:25 a.m. June 24. Police caught up with the car and followed it for a while but there was no sign of impairment. The driver finally pulled into a driveway on West Lincoln Way.
– A man reported at 12:48 a.m. Sunday someone was arguing for about 45 minutes at a Spruce Street home. Police spoke with a woman but no charges were filed.
– Ken Clark reported at 4:42 a.m. Sunday there was a man in the fenced in area of Universal Percussion on Heck Road. Police went to the business and found everything secured and there were no problems.
– Brookie Hartley, South Main Street, reported at 9:52 a.m. Sunday a friend told her someone was trying to get a ride to go break into her home, and she requested an officer go there to check.
– A man reported at 10:28 a.m. Sunday there was a reckless driver on state Route 14 who kept going off the right side of the road from Salem. Police stopped the vehicle and spoke with the driver who said it was a newer vehicle and she was just getting used to driving it.
– The sheriff’s office requested at 2:26 p.m. Sunday police check the welfare of a woman from a domestic dispute they had that was waiting for a deputy at the Anguli’s fruit market. Police stood by until a deputy arrived.
– Melissa Keylor, Columbiana, was driving through the front lot of the Dutch Village Inn at 3 p.m. Sunday when she was struck by Gerald VanFossan of Leetonia, who was backing out of a parking space. No citations were issued.
– Gregory MacDuff, Stanton Avenue, reported at 4:28 p.m. Sunday he was receiving harassing phone calls from someone he knows.
– Jacob Henderson, Fairfield School Road, reported at 8 p.m. Sunday he witnessed a blue pickup truck hit the stop sign at state Route 14 and East Park Avenue and knock it down. Police notified the street department to replace the sign.
– A Sparkle market employee reported at 9:24 p.m. Sunday someone in an older gray pickup who had been acting suspicious in the store was not just sitting in the truck in the parking lot. Police went to check on the vehicle but it was gone.
– A woman reported at 9:57 p.m. Sunday a tree was down on East Park by Heck’s. Police directed traffic to one lane while the street depart-ment worked to remove it.
– An Arby’s employee reported at 10 p.m. Sunday they kicked a man out of their store for claiming to be a zombie and he was not in the parking lot in an older model pickup. Police spoke to the man, identified as Ed Moore of Columbiana, and told him to move on.
– At 7:40 p.m. Friday police received several calls from people on Butcher Road saying horses were loose all the time and were causing damage to the crops in the field. Police contacted the owner of the horses and warned them for animals running at large. The owner said the horses were getting out because of a problem with the fence and it would be corrected immediately. Police did not provide any names on the report.
– At 7:55 p.m. Sunday police went to the 1100 block of Howell for a threat report.
– Police and the highway patrol went to the area of state Route 170 at 7:54 p.m. Sunday to clear a large tree from the road.
– Police arrested Brandy M. Bratt, 24, of Park Avenue, for an active warrant through the sheriff’s office at 6:36 p.m. Sunday on Park Avenue. She was turned over to a deputy and taken to the county jail.
– A West Clark Street resident reported at 7:41 a.m. Sunday Lorraine Rummel and Lee Knight were screaming at each other at their home on East Street. No charges were filed.
– A Circle K employee reported at 8:38 a.m. Sunday a customer found a small amount of marijuana in a candy box at the store. Police confiscated the marijuana and the manager told police she would go over surveillance footage to attempt to identify who placed it there.
– Darneise R. Coggins, 31, Youngstown, was charged with possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on North Market Street at 1:53 a.m. Sunday after K9 Toney alerted to the vehicle.
– Paul K. Donovich, Sr., requested at 8:21 p.m. Saturday police remove a woman from the home. The woman left with no problems.
– At 8 a.m. Saturday police noticed high grass at 148 W. Martin St., the home of Mark A. Sutherin, and turned the matter over to the village since he had been sent zoning violation notices in the past and took no action to remedy the situation.
– On Saturday, police sent zoning violation notices to Wayne E. Dugan, for 895 W. Main St. property, Jeffrey M. Giles, for 95 Sumner St. property, Home Savings and Loan for 207 Glenwood Ave. property, Christine D. Yeager, for 1100 Bacon Ave. property, Wheathill LLC for property on state Route 170, Floyd E. Sorrell, for 574 W. Clark St. property, and Thor Real Estate LLC for 165 E. North Ave. property.
Police called David P. Cheurco, Irwin Avenue, at 8:31 a.m. Saturday to warn him of the high grass at 345 E. Clark St. Cheurco said he would take care of the problem.
– Michelle Cope, West Martin Street, reported at 8:50 a.m. Saturday she received a bad check for $120 from Nissa Philips, East Main .
– At midnight Saturday police charged James R. Flowers, 37, Spaite Drive, with OVI, left of center, fictitious plates, seat belt, open container and possession of a controlled substance following a traffic stop on East Taggart Street.
– An Alice Street man reported at 3:57 p.m. Friday sometime during the week someone entered his pickup truck and removed a set of jumper cables.
– An East Martin Street woman reported at 3 p.m. Friday a man known to her was on the way to her home to remove some property. Police stood by but the man did not arrive.
– Brian Buckley reported at 8:30 a.m. Friday someone used his identity to open several charge accounts and a Scott Trade account and used his banking information to cash several fraudulent checks.
– Police went to the North Market Street and North Avenue intersection at 9:11 a.m. Friday for a report that the traffic light had been struck by an unknown vehicle. Police found the southbound side of one signal had been hit making it inoperable. The light was repaired by a street department employee a short time later.
– Officers responded Saturday afternoon to a fight call on Cadmus Street where James McCauley and his girlfriend Danielle Shriver said their neighbor John W. Hedrick, 25, had forced his way into their home after a verbal confrontation in the street. Hedrick reportedly pushed their 8-month-old child, who was in a stroller, and their 4-year-old child, who suffered a scrape to her leg to reach McCauley. They said he pushed McCauley into a playpen and struck him with the stroller. Hedrick was charged with assault.
St. Clair Township
– While dealing with a theft at Walmart Saturday night that involved a Jeep, officers reported a front seat passenger, John Bryan, 34, Gladys Avenue, moving around inside the vehicle, saying it appeared he was hiding something. They ordered him out of the vehicle and reported seeing a syringe lying on the ground outside the passenger door. Bryan was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments.
– Officers reported Friday that Floyd Brooks, no address listed, walked into Walmart and went to a self-checkout register, removing five shopping bags that he handed to another man. The other man then filled them with about $80 worth of items and walked to the doors without paying for the merchandise, where he was confronted by a manager. The other man fled into the parking lot, while Brooks was detained in the office. Brooks was charged with possession of criminal tools. The other man, whom officers did identify, could not be located and was not immediately charged.
– Robert P. Penn, address not listed, reported being the victim of Internet fraud.
– Brittney S. Dermotta, address not listed, reportedly parked her vehicle in the Sheetz lot and went inside, and her vehicle jumped out of park, drifting backwards into a gas pump and pillar.
– Glenn E. Collins Jr., no address listed, reported his vehicle damaged in the Walmart parking lot while he was shopping.
– Officers responded Saturday to a domestic dispute on Summerset Drive where three people reported being assaulted by each other. None wanted to file charges. All were advised if officers returned, arrests would be made.
– Dawn McHenry, Irish Ridge Road, reported receiving six unwanted texts and phone messages from her adult daughter which upset her. Officers advised her to block them or to not read them if they were upsetting.
– Charles Hamilton, 38, of West Eighth Street, was taken into custody at 3:04 a.m. Monday in the 1100 block of East State Street on a warrant for failure to appear on a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence.
– Aaron Plummer, 43, of 413 S. Lincoln Ave., was charged with domestic violence and OVI after police were called at midnight Monday for a domestic violence incident on South Lincoln Avenue. Upon investigation of the incident, which included physical injuries, it was determined that Plummer was the alleged aggressor. He fled and didn’t stop after being told to stop the vehicle at the scene. He was pulled over in the 100 block of South Lincoln Avenue and taken into custody.
– Stephen Barrett, of the 400 block of Woodland Avenue, reported at 8:48 p.m. Sunday that a set of gold clubs was taken from his home.
– Jason N. Smith, 42, of North Market Street, Lisbon, was cited for assured clear distance after his eastbound vehicle on Southeast Boulevard approaching Franklin at 1:23 p.m. Sunday struck the rear of a vehicle driven by David Johnson, 54, of Highland Avenue, Salem, who was stopped for traffic. No injuries were reported.
– Elliot Crank, 19, of 493 S. Union Ave., was taken into custody for a warrant after police aware of the outstanding warrant saw him standing on a porch on South Union Avenue at 12:55 p.m. Sunday.
– Police went to a tractor fire in a field off of Stewart Road at 6:44 p.m. Sunday, marking the location for the fire department to enter the field and advising the grass truck to respond since the tractor was not close to any paved roadway.
– Weston Gaddis, 28, Louisville, was taken into custody on an active warrant out of Stark County after a traffic stop at 12:45 p.m. Sunday in the parking lot of Habitat for Humanity ReStore on North Ellsworth Avenue.
– Police, the Ohio Department of Transportation, Ohio Edison and AT&T all responded to the 1700 block of New Garden Avenue at 8:50 a.m. Sunday for a tree that fell onto the road with wires down.
Salem (no names)
– An audible alarm was reported at 8:17 a.m. Sunday in the 700 block of South Broadway. All doors were checked and found secure. A keyholder arrived and officers checked the inside to make sure it was secure.
– Residents in the 400 block of Franklin Street reported at 12:43 p.m. Monday that a neighbor’s children were harassing them. Police spoke to the mother and the children and told them to stay on their own property and to have no contact with the people.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 8 a.m. Monday in the 1700 block of Maple Street. The vehicle was found parked in the side yard of a neighbor’s house by a shed, but was not blocking any driveway.
– Police were called at 3:21 a.m. Monday to the 200 block of Woodland Avenue by a resident who said the next door neighbors were making noise while working on their house. The neighbors denied the accusation.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 2:29 a.m. Monday in the Circle K West parking lot, 700 block of East State Street, but no vehicle was found and the business was secure.
– Police were called at 1:51 a.m. Monday to the 2000 block of Monroe Street to check on the well-being of a resident who didn’t show up for work. Officers knocked on the door and made contact with the resident who said she slept through her alarm.
– A panic alarm was reported in the 400 block of Franklin Street at 1:21 a.m. Monday. The resident didn’t know why the alarm went off and woke them out of bed. The residence was checked and the officer left without incident.
– A woman on New Garden Avenue reported at 10:40 p.m. Sunday that a known female posted inappropriate pictures of her on an online social media page. She was previously her friend but they’re currently not getting along. The other person was contacted and agreed to remove the offending photo.
– Shots were reported fired at 9:36 p.m. Sunday in the 500 block of Broadway. Officers saw lightning in the area, but nothing else was found.
– A woman on Lexington Avenue reported phone harassment at 8:55 p.m. Sunday. She was told her options and to stop all communications with the other person. The suspect was also contacted and told to stop communicating with the woman.
– A dog barking excessively was reported at 8:12 p.m. Sunday in the 900 block of South Union Avenue. An officer responded and did not hear any dogs, even after several people walked through the area and a noisy vehicle drove by.
– An officer on patrol at 7:57 p.m. Sunday in the 1400 block of East Third Street noticed smoke in the area of an open sun hatch on the roof of a small out building behind a residence on Cleveland Street. Upon checking, the source of the smoke was determined to be a small chimney stack near the hatch. Everything appeared in order.
– A caller at 7:41 p.m. Sunday reported a suspicious vehicle parked at the end of a drive in the 1400 block of Cleveland Street for a half hour with a male occupant inside. The driver said he had delivered a vehicle across the street and was waiting for another person to finish so they could leave. He moved the vehicle to the street.
– A woman spoke to an officer at 7:16 p.m. Sunday about a child custody dispute, but was told it’s a civil matter. She was told her options.
– An anonymous caller in the 1100 block of Cleveland Street at 7:11 p.m. Sunday reported an animal complaint. Officers did not hear or see any dogs in the area.
– A possible fight was reported at 5:13 p.m. Sunday in the 800 block of East Fifth Street where police learned it was a verbal dispute only. A man had allegedly made threats and left to reportedly bring back more people to fight. He returned and told officers there was a argument over a custody issue. Several people had come over and intimidated him. He denied making any threats and said he had his boss return with him for a neutral party so he could continue the moving process without a problem.
– Police stood by at a property in the 700 block of Arch Street at the request of the Sheriff’s Office while a female retrieved her belongings at 4:44 p.m. Sunday.
– An alarm drop was reported at 1:09 p.m. Sunday in the 700 block of Jennings Avenue. Officers checked several residences in the area and the houses were secure with no audible alarm heard.
– Police were called at 1:04 p.m. Sunday to Sparkle Market, 423 S. Lundy Ave., where a male stole a bottle of alcohol and left the store.
Perry Township (no names)
– Police responded at 12:31 a.m. Monday to the 400 block of Benton Road for a report of someone crying. The person was contacted and said they were house sitting for the owner and everything was fine. Police received permission to check the residence and found no one else there.
– Police responded at 12:07 a.m. Monday to the 1300 block of Pembrooke to speak with a resident who said his spouse was missing. Upon further investigation, police spoke with the resident’s daughter who said the spouse passed away in 2007. Police stayed with the resident until the daughter arrived.
– A township officer assisted Salem Police at the scene of a disturbance at 5:22 p.m. Sunday on Arch Street due to other Salem units being tied up on other calls.
– A person on Benton Road requested police respond right away to the trailer park in the 400 block at 5:04 p.m. Sunday, but gave no details. Police received no response at the door and talked with neighbors who said the person had left.
– Police spoke with a man and woman from Springdale Street at 12:40 p.m. Sunday regarding a civil issue involving property. They were told to contact their attorneys.
– An officer responded to a residence on East 11th Street at 6:25 a.m. Sunday after a small child called 911 twice. There was no problem reported. The child was playing with the phone.
– An officer attempted to stop a motorcycle at 2:02 a.m. Saturday when the driver pulled onto Hunt Road and into the woods, where the motorcycle was dropped and the driver fled on foot. The license plate belonged to a Goshen Township resident who was contacted by Goshen police. The plate had apparently been stolen. The motorcycle was towed away with a hold placed on it. Salem Police assisted in looking for the driver but he wasn’t found.
– A worker at the Saxon Club on state Route 9 contacted police at 11:22 p.m. Friday about an incident but it was learned it occurred in the jurisdiction of the Sheriff’s Office.