— Two people were reported at 1:41 p.m. Thursday sitting in a parked vehicle at the Quick Mart, state Route 45, Lisbon. A deputy spoke to the two, who stated they were talking and she was rubbing his back, but they denied having sex in the parking lot. Parker said she stays in a shelter and they came to the store to get something to drink. Neither had warrants. They were asked to leave and agreed to do so.
— A deputy stood by while a Lisbon police officer performed a field sobriety test on a driver at the intersection of West Washington Street and South Beaver Street at 5:07 a.m. Saturday.
— An intoxicated man was reported on the road at 11:28 p.m. Friday. Deputies found Chad A. Love, 31, South Elm Street, Columbiana, on Signal Road and charged him with disorderly conduct.
— A loud party was reported on New Garden Road at 11:05 p.m. Friday. Deputies checked the home described, but no one was around.
— Deputies responded to a report of a disabled semi truck near the intersection of Sandy Creek and Rochester Roads at 3:14 p.m. Friday. Kales Towing arrived an took the trailer away.
— Jessica Kyser, Valley Road, Butler Township, reported at 5:43 p.m. Friday someone’s dog attacked her chicken. The dog warden was investigating.
— Deputies responded to the Lisbon McDonalds to assist KLG ambulance with a patient who needed to go to the hospital at 9:53 p.m. Thursday.
— Joanne Anderson, Dutchtown School Road, Elkrun Township, reported at 6:51 p.m. Sunday while she was on her property, Andy Fry and Audrey Weddle were in a truck, peeled out and drove fast past her. Anderson told deputies she is in the process of going to court over property issues involving them.
— Bambi Chase, Hillcrest Road, Wellsville, reported at 5:08 p.m. Sunday one of her cows had what appeared to be an injury to its jaw, but she could not get close enough to tell what it was for sure. She was concerned the cow may have been shot. Deputies told her to call a veterinarian to look at the cow’s injury and she should not allow the cow to walk around.
— Dameon Welsh, an employee of the Roger’s Group Home, reported at 4:06 p.m. Wednesday he had witnessed one boy there making threats toward a bus driver and another child who stays at the group home. The information is being sent to the juvenile prosecutor for possible charges.
— Malcolm Rudder, 82, New Cumberland, W.Va., and Charles Schaefer, 75, Uniontown, were southbound on state Route 11 in St. Clair Township at 2:14 p.m. Sunday, and Rudder allegedly sideswiped Schaefer while attempting to get in the right lane. Rudder was cited for marked lanes.
— Alexis Nicole Lindsley, 26, Youngstown, was southbound on Y&O Road in Madison Township at 7:12 a.m. Sunday and attempted to back into a private drive and went into a yard and got stuck. She was cited for failure to control, failure to reinstate, OVI and taken in custody on two active warrants through the East Liverpool Police Department.
— James Willard Hall, 18, McClure Road, East Palestine, was eastbound on state Route 558 in Fairfield Township at 1 a.m. Sunday and went off the right side into a utility pole. He was cited for failure to control.
— Billie J. Schlosser, 64, Beloit, was stopped in traffic on Westville Lake Road in Knox Township at 3 p.m. Friday and was struck from behind by Susan K. Albert, 67, Beloit. Albert was cited for assured clear distance.
— Sabien Ezra Mellinger, 18, Desellem Road, Lisbon, and Vincent J. Sullivan, 52, U.S. 30, Hanoverton, were eastbound on state Route 154 in Fairfield Township at 6:19 a.m. Wednesday, and Mellinger struck Sullivan from behind. Mellinger was cited for assured clear distance.
— Daniel E. Ansbach, 60, Osbourne Road, Wellsville, was northbound on state Route 11 in Elkrun Township at 5:53 a.m. May 29 and hit a deer and was ejected from the motorcycle. No citations were issued and he was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
— Someone reported at 1:12 a.m. Monday three kids were in the area of East Clark and Columbia streets. Police found two kids near the railroad tracks and released them to their parents for discipline.
–A motorist in a white truck drove off from the Valley View convenience store without paying for $40 in fuel at 12:22 p.m. Thursday. The license plate came back to Robert Westover, who was contacted. Westover told police he forgot to pay but would return to make payment.
–Robert Parrish reported Friday that Connie Dattilio and Shawn Haines were just over at the apartment he shares with Vern Ballard, and they were threatening to assault Ballard because of a protection order Dattilio had filed. Parrish said Haines was upset because he just found out something about Ballard.
–A caller reported someone was driving back and forth on Sherman Street in a van and pointing at houses at 8:18 p.m. Saturday, but police were unable to locate the vehicle. The occupants were an older man with long black hair and wearing a hat and another man with short blond hair and some facial hair.
–A caller reported some juveniles were riding dirt bikes on the D.W. Dickey property on East Washington Street at 7:23 p.m. Sunday. Police spoke with the one juvenile and his stepfather about how he cannot ride on the property.
–Police responded to a report of yelling on East Washington Street at 9:09 p.m. Saturday, and heard Derock Rios of Akron, yelling at a dog and Breanna Perkins. Rios said he was trying to train the dog and it would not listen to him. Perkins explained that Rios had been drinking, and they had begun arguing because he kept yelling at the dog. Rios agreed to calm down and quit yelling.
–Courtney Worth of Steubenville reported Saturday the father of her 4-year-old son, who lives on Greentree Place, would not relinquish the child to her per a court-ordered visitation. An hour later police saw Worth with her son near Greentree Place.
–Trevor Mills, Pritchard Avenue, reported Thursday a weed wacker was stolen from his shed, which had been broken into. It was an Echo GT 225 worth about $150.
–Aaron Lake, East Washington Street, reported Friday she posted an ad on Facebook about getting rid of her dog and now she is getting provocative text messages that include references to juvenile girls.
–Tara McDole was stopped for speeding on North Market Street at 10:52 p.m. Friday and she explained she was on her way to the hospital in Boardman because her baby had been crying for hours. Police then called an ambulance to transport McDole and her child the rest of the way.
–An South Lincoln Avenue mother reported waking up at 1:34 a.m. Friday to discover her teenage son had run away again. While police were searching for the boy, his mother found him at the home of his friend’s mother on East Washington Street. The mother said she believes a stint in the county juvenile detention facility might straighten him up.
–A caller reported there was drunken man at Smith Oil who was throwing beer cans at customers at 7:42 a.m. Saturday and he may be armed. Police found Michael Lewis walking and dancing on East Chestnut Street and he admitted buying beer at Smith Oil and drinking but denied throwing beer cans at anyone. Lewis, who was not armed, said he was on his way to a nearby house and was warned by police about behaving himself.
— City officers and members of the Columbiana County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant Friday afternoon at 1089 Mapletree St. where Shannon R. Herron, 41, of that address, reportedly admitted the drug paraphernalia discovered inside belonged to her. According to reports, the search turned up multiple burned spoons, needles, pinch-off baggies and lighters in the living room and in the upstairs of the home. Reports did not specify if anyone was charged.
— While on patrol Saturday night on West Eighth Street, an officer stopped a vehicle for driving left of center and having a cracked windshield. The driver, Wendy L. Ludington, 49, Riverview Street, had no driver’s license and when asked to step out of the vehicle, the officer reported seeing a paper fold fall from her pants leg that reportedly was found to contain suspected crack cocaine. The rear seat passenger, Lisa Morgan-Profator, 46, Campground Road, Wellsville, was walking toward the patrol car when the officer reported seeing her trying to place a silver pipe down the front of her pants. The pipe fell to the ground and rolled underneath the patrol car and, when recovered, was found to contain a rock of suspected crack cocaine. Morgan-Profator was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, while Ludington was charged with driving without a license and given a warning for driving left of center and the cracked windshield. Both women were advised additional charges are pending the outcome of lab tests.
— Officers responded Saturday to Price Street for a request to remove someone from the home and discovered Edward M. Stasik, of that address, had outstanding warrants from East Liverpool Municipal Court and Clarion, Pennsylvania. He was charged as a fugitive from justice and taken into custody.
— An officer at 2:11 a.m. Monday saw two vehicles parked in the Quaker Village lot on South Lincoln Avenue after hours and found a male and female standing next to the vehicles. They said they were exchanging property that belonged to each other, then they were leaving.
— Police were called at 1:04 a.m. Monday to the 800 block of West State Street for a report of two suspicious vehicles parked at a business for 30 minutes. The vehicles were gone when police arrived.
— An officer at 9:13 p.m. Monday spoke with a woman at the station regarding phone harassment, involving an issue between her and a coworker at her place of employment. She was told her options.
— Jessica De La Cruz, 40, of Columbia Street, was cited for driving under suspension after a traffic stop at 7:33 p.m Sunday. A K-9 conducted an open air sniff of the vehicle with a positive indication, but nothing illegal was found.
— A suspicious person was reported at 12:57 p.m. Sunday at a vacant residence on East Fifth Street where police made contact with a woman at the property. She said her uncle owns the residence and she’s staying there to start the renovation process. She said it was cleared with the city and all utilities have been turned back on.
— A man in the 200 block of North Ellsworth Avenue reported at 11:50 a.m. Sunday that he and his girlfriend broke up, and she keeps texting and harassing him. He said he then received a threatening message from an unknown number and believed his ex had someone text him since it happened the same time she was text arguing with him. She lives out of state and was contacted by an officer who told her to refrain from texting harassing messages. She denied knowledge of who may have texted him from an unknown number.
— A woman in the 800 block of North Union Avenue reported at 10:07 a.m. Sunday that her work bag with her credentials and personal information were taken from her vehicle. She called back at 10:26 a.m. to report her husband found the bag and contents strewn in the neighbor’s bushes. Nothing appeared to be missing.
— A vehicle was reported stolen from the Walmart parking lot at 9:49 a.m. Sunday, but before officers arrived, the caller located the vehicle on the other side of the lot.
— Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was alleged at 9:05 a.m. Sunday when a woman reported her male cousin borrowed her mother’s vehicle Saturday and had not returned it. They had not been able to make contact with him. The vehicle was returned later.
— A woman from Winona Road called at 10:42 a.m. Friday to report fraudulent charges on her bank account, saying she recently used her bank card at the Circle K on South Lincoln Avenue and state Route 45 in the township and two fraudulent charges have recently occurred at the store. She already contacted the bank and canceled the card. She is in the process of getting the money reimbursed.
— Police were called at 8:20 a.m. Friday to the 1200 block of Pembrooke Drive for an assault that took place between live-in boyfriend and girlfriend. The boyfriend said his girlfriend assaulted him and struck him in the face and shoulder and took their infant child and left with a friend. Police checked him and found no visible injuries. He wanted to pursue charges and provided a statement that will be sent to the prosecutor’s office for review. Police made contact with the girlfriend who said no physical altercation took place, only an agument over the boyfriend not helping with the child. The infant was found by police to be in good health.
— A woman on Chestnut Grove Road reported at 8:18 p.m. Thursday that her ex-boyfriend was driving down the road yelling out the window towards her. The protection order process was explained and she was told to call police if he comes by again.
— Police were contacted by an anonymous caller at 6:33 p.m. Thursday and asked to check on an elderly female on Liberty Street who was supposedly being taken advantage of by her adult son who lives with her, alleging that she’s being treated badly by her son. Police spoke with the mother and the son who advised that no one was taking advantage of anybody.
— A man on Elberon Avenue reported at 4:15 p.m. Thursday that his neighbor was harassing him. Police spoke with the other person who said he was not harassing him. Both were told to stay away from each other.
— A man on Allen Drive called at 10:18 a.m. Thursday regarding fraudulent charges on his bank account after using his bank card at Circle K on South Lincoln Avenue. The bank card has been canceled and the lost money will be reimbursed.
— An officer responded to the 700 block of Columbia Street at 8:29 p.m. Friday in reference to juveniles riding small dirt bikes on the roadway and sidewalks. The officer observed a juvenile riding a dirt bike in the grass of a home and warned her to stay away from the street to avoid accidents. An officer returned to the home at 8:43 p.m. the next day in reference to the same problem. The officer observed a four-wheeler traveling slow through the grass and did not see any activity on the street or sidewalk.
— An officer checked on an Oak Street resident at 4:19 a.m. Saturday after a neighbor reported a dog outside, which was unusual. The officer found the dog on a chain barking at the back door. The resident said he was just resting before leaving and let the dog back in.
— Andrea L. Hawk, 43, state Route 558, Leetonia, was cited for driving under suspension following a traffic stop on old state Route 344 at 2:08 p.m. Saturday.
Goshen Police District
— Danielle Lee Lanzendorfer, 26, Washingtonville Road, Salem, was charged with disrupting a public service, a fourth-degree felony, after officers responded with Washingtonville police to her home at 9:09 p.m. Friday where she was being evicted by a male resident. Lanzendorfer allegedly took the male resident’s phone and threw it when he attempted to contact Goshen police to assist in the eviction.