County Sheriff

— Deputies responded at 11:15 p.m. Friday to assist staff at the county jail with inmates Matthew Young and Luke Sims, both of whom complied, according to reports. The two men were secured inside their cells, deputies reported. The report included no details on what the two inmates were doing.

— Responding to a Buck Road residence in Knox Township Saturday afternoon, deputies reported a dispute between a landlord and tenant, Cassie R. Edwards. According to reports, the situation escalated to the point where a friend of the landlord reportedly pushed in the door to the residence, causing the door to strike one of the residents in the shoulder, leaving a mark. The landlord’s friend, Dina Teagle, was arrested for assault. The landlord was not named in reports.

Highway Patrol

— While westbound Saturday night on state Route 172, McKenna M. Boals, 21, McGavern Road, Salineville, drove off the right side of the roadway, striking a pole. She then drove off the left side of the roadway, striking another pole. She was cited for failure to control.

— Emily S. Crowell, 22, East Fifth Street, Salem, was southbound on Woodsdale Road in Butler Township at 9 a.m. Saturday when she failed to negotiate a curve. Her vehicle went off the right side of the roadway, striking an embankment and overturning onto its roof. She was charged with failure to control.

— An International truck driven by William K. Stock, 25, state Route 45, Lisbon, was struck from behind by a vehicle driven by Whitney J. Barnes, 31, state Route 30, Lisbon, while both were eastbound on U.S. Route 30 at 8:10 a.m. Friday. Upon impact, Barnes’ vehicle slid into the median. She was cited with OVI and assured clear distance.

— Bryanna Y. Curfman, 19, Saltwell Road, Lisbon, and Brianna M. Charlton, 22, Park Avenue, Struthers, were both driving southwest on state Route 164 Friday evening when Charlton stopped for a truck and trailer backing into a driveway and her vehicle was struck from behind by Curfman’s vehicle. One of Curfman’s passengers, Hailey Curfman, 11, same address, was taken to SRMC by KLG ambulance. Curfman was cited for assured clear distance.

— Carrie A. Bowling, 44, Ohio Avenue, East Liverpool, was eastbound on state Route 39 at 7:20 a.m. Friday when she went off the left side of the roadway, striking a traffic sign and utility pole. Highlandtown Fire Department assisted at the scene. Bowling was transported to ELCH by Lifeteam ambulance. She was cited for failure to control.


— A domestic dispute was reported in the 600 block of North Lincoln at 2:48 a.m. Sunday when a caller said a lot of noise was coming from a residence. Nobody answered the door when officers attempted to make contact. A neighbor said yelling was coming from the residence earlier in the day. Officers were unable to determine if a domestic took place since contact couldn’t be made.

— A resident in the 400 block of West Fifth reported at 1:18 a.m. Sunday that he heard noises on his roof, went outside and saw six to eight people running from his property and get into a dark-colored Toyota Corolla and a red Chevy Cobalt. He said his front tree and roof had toilet paper hanging from them. He didn’t know of any issues anyone had with him or his family. He did not want any charges filed if the people were found, just that they be told not to return.

— Police responded at 1:11 a.m. Sunday to the 600 block of East Sixth for a report of a female who allegedly ingested a large quantity of medication. Fire department first responders and EMT arrived and the person was highly intoxicated and could not communicate with emergency personnel and had numerous prescription medications on hand. Several friends said she had been drinking and there was an argument that resulted in her making a threat to harm herself. She was taken to SRMC.

— An officer on patrol at 12:19 a.m. Sunday saw four female juveniles walking in the area of State and North Lundy. They were advised of the city’s curfew ordinance and after checking their ages, the officer found only two in violation of curfew. Two of the female juveniles were taken into custody and then released to their guardians.

— A woman from the 600 block of West Pershing reported at 8:23 p.m. Saturday that she rented a movie from a movie kiosk in the city on Friday and returned it on Saturday, then the company placed a debit on her account, deposited the money back into her account, and was going to place another debit for the original amount. She felt the second charge was illegal because she had only authorized the first charge and had no idea why the company placed the charge back into her account. She was told by police that no crime occurred and if there was a complaint regarding the procedure used by the company, she would have to contact the company or an attorney. The transaction was for $3.75.

— Timothy Eddinger, 26, of 1344 N. Ellsworth Ave., was taken into custody at his home after police responded there at 7:20 p.m. Saturday to serve an active warrant for criminal damaging. He was taken to jail.

— A Rogers woman reported at 4:54 p.m. Saturday that an unknown female took her two brindle pit bull mother/daughter dogs from the parking lot on the lawn and garden side of Walmart. Video showed the dogs running loose in the parking lot then coming into the lawn and garden doors and exiting when an unknown female picked them up and placed them in an unknown vehicle and drove off with them. At 5:38 p.m. Saturday, the unknown female called in and said they were bringing the dogs to the police department that they found running at Walmart. Walmart was notified and so was the owner. The dogs were returned to the owner.

— A woman in the 1200 block of Southeast Boulevard reported harassment at 4:10 p.m. Saturday by two males known to her. She said both males were in her vehicle Friday night and she dropped one of them off. He lated contacted his friend and reportedly advised him to look for money he lost in her vehicle. Both males were now threatening her and her roommate about the lost money. She said she didn’t find any money in her vehicle. Officers accompanied her and her roommate to their residence to make sure the males were not there. No one was at the apartment. They were advised to call police if the males do show up.

— Police responded to the Walmart parking lot for a dispute reported at 3:39 p.m. Saturday. A woman said her estranged husband came there while she was in a vehicle belonging to a co-worker while on break and struck the window yelling for her to get out or he would break the window. She refused and an assistant manager who witnessed the events came over. The estranged husband left before police arrived. The victim said he told her he would be waiting at her home, which was in another jurisdiction. She was told to make that jurisdiction aware. The assistant manager said a trespass warning would be issued for him to stay off the property. Another officer made contact with the estranged husband and he said he only came to talk with his wife and that nothing else happened.

— A representative at Cashland, 2586 E. State St., reported at 2:46 p.m. Saturday that a female stole multiple items from the business and the business had video surveillance of the incident. She had been accompanied by another female and a male who sold multiple items to the business and provided an address. The business just wanted the items back. Officers went to the residence and spoke to the male and other female who said their daughter took the items, which they turned over to police. They were advised the business doesn’t want any of them back to the business or they’ll be charged with criminal trespass. The items were returned to the business.

East Palestine

— The East Palestine Fire Department was dispatched for a male slumped over in a vehicle near Middle Beaver and Lusk Lock roads Saturday afternoon. No other details were reported.


— The Lisbon Fire Department was called to a two-car crash Friday afternoon on state Route 164. Chief Paul Gresh said two children reportedly suffered minor injuries in the crash but had no other details available Sunday evening.

West Point

— West Point Fire Department was called to an East Liverpool Road residence Saturday evening for two possible overdoses. The EMTs from the department administered two doses of Narcan, with more administered en route to the hospital. The county sheriff also dispatched deputies to the scene. No other details were available.