— An officer reported seeing a vehicle with a cracked windshield and a blocked registration sticker leaving a known drug house, and initiated a traffic stop. While speaking with the driver, the officer reported smelling marijuana coming from the vehicle. K-9 Officer Nero was deployed and reportedly alerted on the driver’s side door. The front seat passenger, Regis R. Allgood, 28, West Ninth Street, handed the officer a small baggie of marijuana and was cited for possession of marijuana. The driver was given a warning for the bracket obscuring the registration sticker, since it wasn’t his vehicle.
— After watching a vehicle with a loud exhaust and no plate light leave LaBelle Terrace, an officer initiated a traffic stop as it turned onto Bank Street. He reported smelling a strong odor of marijuana while speaking with the driver, Steven H. Green Jr., 26, Illinois Avenue. Green reportedly told the officer he had smoked weed in the car but it had been awhile but said there was a marijuana “bowl” in the dashboard compartment. K-9 Officer Chris Green had his partner Nero search around the vehicle, and the canine reportedly alerted on the driver’s side door. The bowl was found in the vehicle, and Steven Green was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia, no plate light and loud exhaust.
— Tyler M. Daniels, Rigby Street, reported returning home to find it had been broken into through a basement door. Jewelry was reported missing.
— Officers were dispatched to the Giant Eagle on Bradshaw Avenue for a fight reportedly involving five people but found only Eric White, no age or address listed. White told them he was standing in the parking lot after picking up a job application, with his cell phone in his hand when a passing vehicle came to a screeching halt, came over a curb and pulled aggressively into the parking lot. A male exited the vehicle and threatened to assault White for what he perceived as him filming two women walking past, whom the unidentified man said were his mother and sister. He left prior to officers’ arrival and could not be located. White was advised to see the law director if he wished to pursue charges.
— Maria Del Rosario Mareno, W. Seventh Street, reported receiving threatening text messages from a person she knows. She was directed to the law director to pursue charges.
— Housing inspector Kayla Crowl reported Aaron Stevens, no address listed, was renting out property on Sugar Street without having the proper rental license or paying rental fees. Reports indicated he was cited.
— Officers were dispatched to a St. Clair Avenue residence for an unresponsive man who they found lying on the living room floor, not breathing. Paramedics from ASI ambulance pronounced him dead and stood by until arrival of the coroner.
— Courtney Boso, Thompson Avenue, reported her ex-boyfriend took her puppy and refuses to return it. She had proper paperwork proving ownership of the puppy, according to reports. Officers attempted to contact her ex-boyfriend, to no avail, and she was directed to the law director.
— Brittany Kreefer, Avondale Street, reported a man she knows was tearing up her house. When officers arrived, Kreefer advised the man had left, everything was fine, and the officers were no longer needed.
— Anthony Raines, no address listed, reported his bank card used fraudulently in Michigan for a purchase of more than $82. An investigation is pending.
— Cynthia L. Lynn, 65, Wilbert Avenue, was cited for failure to control after she reportedly drove off the right side of St. Clair Avenue, striking a fire hydrant. Her vehicle was towed by First Class Towing. No injuries were reported.
— While northbound on Monroe Street, Kara N. Hyde, 34, Fisher Road, stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of W. Fifth Street and proceeded through. Her vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Goldie O. Norczyk, 95, Grant Street, Newell, who was westbound on W. Fifth and slowed but did not stop for her stop sign. ASI/ELFD ambulance treated Norczyk at the scene. No charges were reported.
— Donald L. Russell was charged with domestic violence after alleging assaulting his live-in, Chris Allgood, on Aug. 26.
— Keelee Earich backed into into Charles Lockhart III’s vehicle at McDonald’s Friday night. Earich admitted to hitting his car but was upset the police were called because there was no damage.
— Breanna Rawson was charged with disorderly conduct by way of public intoxication after police found her passed out in the back seat of Bobby Joe McIntyre’s car on Seventh Street at 12:33 p.m. McIntyre said they had come from Fantasies Bar in West Virginia.
— Anna Gunn reported Sunday her 19-month-old son had marks on his legs. Officers observed four red marks on the child’s inner calf.
— Jerry Heiney, Washington Street, reported Sunday a man he knows stole his wallet, which contained $500 for his rent.
— A woman reported Sunday night her 15-year-old was walking home from work when an older man in a newer blue car tried to get her into the car.
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— Kathleen Lynne Hanna, 54, 9450 S. Pricetown Road, Berlin Center, was charged with a fourth-degree felony count of domestic violence (prior conviction) and misdemeanor assault after officers responded to her home at 9:24 p.m. Monday where she reportedly attacked a juvenile member of the family while intoxicated. Hanna claimed the girl attacked her during an argument and wanted to press charges. Officers, however, observed injuries to the giirl who said Hanna had struck her, choked her and pulled her hair before they were separated.
— Chad Slagle, 46, West Pine Lake Road, Salem, was cited for possession of marijuana, expired license and speed after a traffic stop at Lisbon and Western Reserve roads at 8:36 p.m. Aug. 28.
— Taylor Renee Steede, 23, West New York Avenue, Sebring, was cited for OVI (drugs) and left of center following a traffic stop on state Route 165 near Duck Creek Road at 12:09 a.m. Monday. She was also charged with illegal conveyance after officers located a pocket knife on her person while being booked at the jail.
— Kati M. Gatewood, 30, Youngstown, was cited for driving under suspension and speed following a traffic stop at Lisbon and Middletown roads at 10:02 a.m. Monday.
— An officer responded to a Pine Street home at 12:49 a.m. Saturday in reference to a noise complaint and found the residents outside listening to music at a high volume. They were told to turn down the music or they would be cited.
— An officer responded to a 100 block Pine Street home at 8:10 a.m. Wednesday in reference to a domestic fight in which an injured woman had left the property. The resident reported his ex-girlfriend was refusing to return the house key, and when she finally did she attempted to force her way into the home and struck him in the chest, at which time he pushed her out the door and she struck her head on the porch pavement. The officer observed blood on the porch and requested the sheriff’s office to check for the woman at her mother’s, but the woman could not be found. The resident said he did not wish to press charges.