— Mike Liggitt, Sherman Street, reported at noon Wednesday he was being harassed by his ex-girlfriend.

— Police were called to the 400 block of West Washington Street at 1:26 p.m. Wednesday for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Police spoke with a woman who said that a man in his early 30s and wearing a Carhartt jacket and brown tennis shoes was seen walking near her home and that he stole some empty wooden crates at a neighboring home. She said a pickup truck drove by not long after that but that she did not see any other suspicious vehicles.

Salem Township

— Donald Nichols Jr., Salmar Drive, Salem, reported at 2:17 p.m. Wednesday he was supposed to receive a package on Monday and when the package did not arrive he contacted the company and was informed the package was actually delivered a week earlier on Nov. 27. He believes it may have been stolen after someone dropped it off.

East Liverpool

— Officers responded Dec. 1 at 1:08 a.m. to East Liverpool City Hospital for a report of a male found overdosed in a vehicle in the parking lot. Found was Jacob Eli Miles, 23, address not listed. The investigation is pending.

— Mindy S. Connor, no address listed, reported the father of her children has been threatening to kill her current boyfriend and keeps telling her he is going to rob a drug dealer. Connor told police she believes the children’s father is involved in the drug game and is both an addict and a dealer. She was advised the process for obtaining a protection order for her and her three children.

— Donna Dearth, West Fourth Street, reported a man she knows tried to kick in the door of her residence but failed to gain entry. She told officers the man is on crack cocaine.

— Jason A. Malone of Bill Tice & Son Service at Sixth and Broadway, reported vehicles owned by two customers – Ralph G. Stump and Michael G. Linville – had been sprayed with blue paint.

Goshen Police District

— An officer responded to the the area of U.S. Route 62 between Calla and Middletown roads at 12:46 a.m. Nov. 29 in reference to a horse in the roadway and found the animal grazing along the roadway near a fence that had been broken. Attempts to contact the homeowner were unsuccessful and when the officer attempted to lure the horse back into the fence it ran away, unable to be found.