–A suspicious person was reported on Crestview Road at 2:41 p.m. Sunday. Deputies found the person lived on the street and were out for a walk.
— Scott B. Anderson, Tower Road, Butler Township, reported at 12:28 p.m. Monday he was assault at his home on Saturday by an unknown person.
— A domestic dispute was reported at 1:44 a.m. Sunday between Ronnie Lee Beadle and Christine R. DeSellem. She was gone from the home when deputies arrived and Beadle signed a refusal to prosecute form.
–Shyanne Dawn Springer, Chester, W.Va., reported an underage drinking party at a Dyke Road address in Middleton Township at 3:39 a.m. Sunday. Deputies spoke with Nicholas S. Addy, who said there was no underage drinking party going on there.
— Deputies were called at 3:27 a.m. Monday to the 28000 block of state Route 172 in Hanover Township for a deer struck by a vehicle. The deer was euthanized.
— Cynthia A. Bilsland, East Main Street, Salineville, reported a black pickup truck has been parking in the area and then leaving the area repeatedly. Deputies checked the area, but the vehicle did not return.
–A domestic dispute was reported at the home of Charity M. Todd, Salem Unity Road, Salem, at 3:47 a.m. Sunday. They argued and the man involved agreed to leave for the evening.
–Amie Dowd of the County Dog Warden’s office reported at 12:03 p.m. Friday there had been malnourished horses reported in a pasture on Mick Road in Yellow Creek Township. There were two horses in the pasture, but no water and the end of the round bale of hay was moldy. Deputies found no one working outside at the farm and no answer at the door of the home. Deputies left a card asking the resident, Randy Dillard, to call when he got home. Dillard called later and said he does not own the horses. The girl who owns them had left. Arrangements were made to meet Dillard and discuss the horses, which he said do have access to a lake in the pasture.
–Joshua P. Mitchell, 26, of Columbiana, was cited for failure to control after he went into a ditch while driving on Waterford Road in Unity Township at 6:43 p.m. Saturday.
St. Clair Township
–A Ross Street resident reported Monday that a neighbor has a pit bull they let run the neighborhood, and the dog has gone after her children before as well as people walking the neighborhood.
–Wellsville police called to say they followed an erratic driver to the Walmart entrance on Dresden Avenue at 11:38 p.m. Sunday. The driver had trouble standing and it was determined his license was suspended. The man was acting oddly and unable to produce a driver’s license but he did remember his social security number. After being charged with driving under suspension and placed in the back of the cruiser, the man started looking about for the notebook he said police had given him to fill out a report, but police had not given him any such thing. The man then began knocking on the cage window to the front seat, saying he was trying to get the recipe from the officer. The man knocked on the window again asking for a rag to scrub the carpet in the back seat. At this point an ambulance was called to take him to a local hospital to be examined.
–Tracey L. Shields, Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road, reported Sunday someone stole her credit card and used it at an ATM in Wellsville. The card was used three times to withdraw a combined $447.
–Police were called to 46283 Y & O Road for a civil dispute at 11:51 a.m. Sunday.
–Reva S. McCullough, 28, was taken into custody on an arrest warrant from the sheriff’s office following a traffic stop on state Route 170 at 4 p.m. Sunday. She was a passenger in a car driven by Mark Foden.
–A burglar alarm went off at 16170 Martha St. at 4:52 p.m. Sunday, and police arrived to find the front door open but no one home. The residence did not appear as if it had been disturbed, so police shut and locked the door.
–Mary S. Winland reported she was walking along North Meadowbrook Circle at 5:16p.m. Sunday when a white colored dog bit her on the leg. She spoke to the dog owners, who told her the dog was current with its vaccinations.
–Cheyenne L. Kunder and Warren J.E. Fey of the Echo Dell Trailer Park reported Saturday receiving threatening phone calls.
–Police accompanied Kourtney A. Worth to a home on Irish Ridge Road at noon Saturday to pick up her son for court-ordered visitation. Police and Worth learned the father, Mykel Simms, had left with the child, and Worth was advised to contact her attorney.
–Kimberly Adams, Annesley Road, reported Friday her ex-boyfriend was threatening to come over and shoot everyone. She was advised the procedure for obtaining a protection order and told to call back should the threatening messages continue.
–Police were called to the BP station at 4:49 p.m Thursday about a drunken man asking customers for a ride or money. The man had walked across the street to Tri-State Lane by the time police arrived. The man was stumbling about and smelled of alcohol, and he admitted to having a couple of beers. Michael T. Landrum, 41, was arrested for public intoxication and transported to the county jail.
–Hugh R. Nile Jr., Pugh Road, reported purchasing a watch on eBay for $252 but he fears it may be a scam because it was supposed to be shipped from Columbus but the package was from Germany and it was delivered to another address first.
–Carl B. Covert, 80, of East Liverpool, was stopped in traffic on St. Clair Avenue when struck in the rear by a vehicle driven by Keith W. Beaver, 63, of Salem, at 11:10 a.m. Saturday.
–Lisa M. Crouse, 53, of Beaver, Pa., drove into a ditch while rounding a bend on Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road at 6:41 p.m. Sunday Crouse said she lost control due a steering mechanical problem with the vehicle.
–Armed with an arrest warrant from the sheriff’s office, police took Emmanuel R. Foster into a custody after they saw him get into a silver vehicle and then stopped the vehicle on St. Clair Avenue at 6:31 p.m. Monday. Foster, 30, was taken into custody without incident and transported to the county jail.
–Police responded to a domestic dispute on Dresden Avenue at 3:07 p.m. Monday, where Kelly Davis reported she and Richard Stoddard had been arguing and Stoddard left. She said the puppy followed Stoddard to his vehicle and the puppy then tried jumping into the vehicle as Stoddard shut the door, accidentally hurting the dog. Davis said Stoddard took the dog to a veterinarian.
– Police escorted Kennedy Patton to a home on West Seventh Street to collect her belongings at 5:39 p.m. Monday.
–A caller reported seeing a drunken man stumbling about and falling down on Erie Street at 10:16 p.m. Sunday. Police found Thomas A. Taylor laying on the street with a small cut to the forehead. Taylor, 52, was cited for public intoxication and transported by ambulance to the East Liverpool City Hospital emergency room.
–Police were called East Liverpool City Hospital at 7:17 p.m. Sunday in regard to an unruly patient. Emily Touma had been transported to the hospital from the New Day Recovery facility near Rogers but she was discharged from detox by the hospital after leaving her room for five minutes. Touma, who is from Lorain, was taken to the police department so she could find a ride home.
–A male juvenile was charged with marijuana possession following a traffic stop on Eutaw Avenue at 9:22 p.m. Sunday. The boy was a passenger in the vehicle, and the police could smell marijuana once they rolled down the window. The boy admitted to having a small baggie of marijuana in his pocket.
–Wesley Daniel Clark, 29, of 420 S. County Road, Washingtonville, was taken into custody at 1:06 a.m. Tuesday on an active warrant out of Columbiana County for failure to appear. He was turned over to a sheriff’s deputy and taken to jail.
— Police were called at 11:06 p.m. Monday to the Salem Regional Medical Center parking lot to check the well-being of a female posting on social media that she was sleeping in her vehicle. Hospital security advised the vehicle was a red Dodge Durango and they made them leave. Officers saw the vehicle driving east past the hospital and stopped it in a lot at Southeast Boulevard and State. Both occupants were identified and said they were ok and just trying to find a place to stay for the evening.
— Police responded at 10:18 p.m. Monday to Circle K West, 780 W. State St., to perform a well-being check after a woman reported receiving a call from her daughter who was lost. She was concerned due to a recent medical problem her daughter had. Officers made contact with the daughter, who was upset due to her GPS malfunctioning and getting her lost. She said she had a seizure a few days ago, but did not need any medical treatment and did not have a seizure at the time of the call. Her mother arrived and was escorting her home.
— An officer at 8:32 p.m. Monday stopped a vehicle for several moving violations on North Lundy Avenue at Third Street. The vehicle was checked with K-9 Simon and no contraband was recovered. The driver was given a verbal warning for the violations.
— Police were called at 4:52 p.m. Monday to the 900 block of Franklin to check on a female who could not be reached. Officers made contact with a male who let officers inside to check on the female. It was found she may have taken too many medications so fire department first responders and an ambulance were called to check on her. A brief investigation determined she didn’t require further attention. She signed off on a medical waiver. Some contraband was located on a coffee table in plain sight and was seized by police.
— Police responded at 3:20 p.m. Monday for an animal not acting normal in the 1300 block of Jennings Avenue. Police saw that it was not acting normal and contacted the health department to retrieve it.
— A woman in the 600 block of Woodland reported at 1:01 p.m. Monday that she was having problems concerning the ownership of a dog. She was told it’s a civil matter. The previous owner of the dog was also sending unwanted messages via social media. She was told her options.
— A woman in the 1300 block of South Lincoln Avenue reported at 12:50 p.m. Monday that she’s being harassed by her apartment complex manager. She said she had an apartment inspection where the manager and employees yelled at her, cursed at her and told her about rules she had broken, failed to fix things in her apartment, broke her lamp and trashed the place. She said they tried to serve a 24-hour notice to come back Monday. She felt it was not a full 24 hours. She was told by police to speak with an attorney.
— A domestic dispute was reported at 12:30 p.m. Monday in the 600 block of West Wilson Street. Both people said nothing physical happened. They were arguing over medication and social security. They were told the issue was civil and they may need to contact an attorney for legal advice.
— A resident in the 100 block of South Howard Avenue reported at 12:16 p.m. Monday that an unknown person damaged his front door and it appeared entry was made. Nothing appeared to be missing.