- Joyce Fife, South 12th Street, Beloit, reported being assaulted by her husband at 8:40 p.m. Tuesday. Fife accused Harry Fife of throwing bleach on her clothes, which resulted in an argument. When Mrs. Fife attempted to call the sheriff's office, she said her husband grabbed the phone and shoved her. She then ran to a neighbor's house and called from there. Mr. Fife denied shoving her but did admit pouring bleach on her clothes in retaliation for her doing the same to him. Mr. Fife was then charged with domestic violence.
- Police were told Gary Holloway had been involved in an altercation at the Night Court with Brad Long and Brandon Malone at 2:24 a.m. June 12. Holloway and his wife left in separate vehicles, with Malone following Mr. Holloway and another vehicle following his spouse. An officer pulled up behind Malone and a traffic stop was initiated, resulting in Malone, 28, of Roller Coaster Road, being cited for OVI.
- Police went to Circle K at 10 p.m. Monday after an employee reported there was underage drinking possibly taking place. The employee told police an older man entered the store and bought four cans of of alcohol and minutes later two young girls entered the store and got cups of ice. Police attempted to find the vehicle they left in but could not.
- Pamela Gurney, East Main Street, reported at 10:47 p.m. Tuesday someone entered her apartment and removed property, including prescription medication belonging to her and her husband and a friend also living there. Police spoke with several neighbors who reported seeing nothing suspicious around the time Mrs. Gurney believed the theft occurred.
- Police went to a North Market Street home at 7:23 p.m. Tuesday for a report of an unruly child.
- A South Elm Street resident reported at 12:23 a.m. Tuesday their juvenile son was removing items from the home.
- Police were dispatched at 12:24 p.m. Wednesday to the Walmart parking lot on East State Street for a well-being check after an anonymous caller reported a little girl in the back seat of a car full of trash. After arriving, an officer saw the driver walk out of the store with a little girl and relayed the complaint.
- A suspicious vehicle was reported at 10:50 a.m. Wednesday in the area of Eastview and Westview. Officers found the vehicle belonged to a local roofing company working in the area.
- Police made entry into a home in the 400 block of Franklin Street to check the well-being of the residents after a man reported at 10:48 a.m. Wednesday that he had been knocking on the door repeatedly for an hour and a half and saw a little girl in an upstairs window, but no one would answer the door. He said he had hired the male and female residents to work for him and needed them. When he saw the little girl looking at him from upstairs, he asked her to get her parents and open the door, but no one came, prompting him to call police to check on them. Police knocked on the door loudly numerous times and called out for the little girl, but no one responded. Police made entry through a window, unlocked the door and called for the little girl. A male resident came yelling loudly for officers to get out, saying police had no right to be there and broke in. Officers told him the reason they were in the home and he continued to yell to get out. He finally calmed down and officers explained they were checking on their well-being and the well-being of the child.
- A dog at large was reported at 10:29 a.m. Wednesday on East 11th Street. A dog was found laying in a driveway, but ran away when an officer approached.
- Police were called at 11:03 p.m. Wednesday to the 800 block of East Third Street for two suspicious males loitering in the area. No one was found, but an officer spoke with a male visiting someone on Rose Avenue who appeared similar to a description, but he said he had not been near the residence in question.
- Possible intoxicated drivers were reported at 10:36 p.m. Tuesday in a large black truck and a green Jeep in the area of South Ellsworth Avenue and East Pershing Street, but were not located.
- Police were called to the 600 block of Cherry Street at 10:01 p.m. Tuesday for an open burning complaint which turned out to be a legal camp fire.
- While checking a business in the 100 block of Continental Drive, police at 8:21 p.m. Tuesday found a vehicle with the windows down. A keyholder responded and secured the vehicle.
- A caller at 7:42 p.m. Tuesday reported young children left unattended in the front yard of a residence in the 800 block of Morris Avenue. An officer saw two small children playing with their mother in the back yard, with no problems observed.
- Loud music was reported at 6:48 p.m. Tuesday on East Fourth Street, but nothing was heard.
- A resident in the 700 block of East Third Street reported at 6:31 p.m. Tuesday that a known person threw a beer car in his yard. Officers identified the suspect who denied littering, but acknowledged an ongoing feud with the resident. Both were told to stay away from each other and one was told the consequences of littering.
- A dog running loose was reported at 6:12 p.m. Tuesday on East 11th Street, but was not found.
- An officer on patrol at 4:46 p.m. Tuesday saw a white GMC truck parked with the left side to the curb on East Pershing Street near South Lincoln Avenue and made contact with the driver. The owner was unloading construction equipment and was moving the truck.
- The pool manager at Centennial Park talked to an officer at 2:53 p.m. Tuesday about problems pool personnel were having with one male juvenile. The officer spoke to the boy and advised if his actions continue, his pool privileges will be suspended. He said he would follow the rules.
- A 16-year-old Columbiana boy reported at 2:47 p.m. Tuesday that another vehicle struck the rear bumper of the vehicle he was driving on East State Street near Washington Avenue. Both parties pulled into a parking lot and the other driver asked if everyone was okay, then left the scene. The other vehicle wasn't located.
- Mary Holmes, 23, of Cleveland Street, was cited for a traffic light violation after her northbound vehicle on South Lincoln Avenue failed to stop for a red light and was struck by an eastbound vehicle driven by Fred Drotleff, 57, of state Route 9, Salem, who was on Franklin and had the green light at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. No injuries were reported.
- Police came across a stopped vehicle located partially in the intersection of Main and 17th Streets at 1:40 a.m. June 9, with a female unconscious in the driver's seat and an unconscious male in the passenger seat. The officer noticed a bundle of suspected heroin sitting in the lap of the male, identified as Tyler Mercer. Mercer attempted to hide the bundle, but it was recovered by police. During a vehicle search, officers found another bundle, a cut straw and a nameless prescription bottle under the passenger seat, as well as another five bundles in the driver's door, another cut straw on the driver's seat and an unlabeled prescription bottle in the trunk. Mercer was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, with further charges pending lab test results, and the vehicle was impounded.
-Officers were dispatched at 11 p.m. June 14 for a disturbance in front of a Riverside Avenue residence. Police spoke to Lori Crowe of Irondale and Shelda Keefer of Wellsville, both of whom smelled of alcoholic beverage. Both women informed officers that they had been drinking and gotten into an argument in the street, with Crowe being uncooperative and belligerent. A case of beer with multiple empty and open cans was found near a vehicle belonging to Keefer. Crowe and Keefer were both arrested and charged with public intoxication.
-Police are investigating a theft report made from the Touchless Automatic Car Wash on Wells Avenue at 2:30 p.m. June 13. Owner Beth Kuhar stated that approximately $250 in quarters had been stolen from the business overnight, with suspects identified as a white male driving a white van with a white female passenger.
- At 8:19 p.m. on June 14, an officer on patrol spotted a silver Kia minivan turn from Ninth Street onto Commerce headed the wrong way. Following a traffic stop, the officer sought information from dispatch on the driver, identified as John Bryan. Dispatch replied that an identical vehicle had been seen involved in a hit-skip accident on Main Street. Bryan admitted he had struck something, but didn't know what. Damage was observed to the passenger side mirror. Matching damage was subsequently found to the mirror of a Ford Freestyle belonging to Donna Verzella on Main Street. Bryan was cited for wrong way on a one-way street, driving under suspension, failure to control and leaving the scene of an accident. The vehicle was impounded.
- Officers were called to My Bar on Main Street at 1:45 a.m. June 11 for a pair of males who had been asked to leave the property. One had left quickly, but the other, identified as Chuck Powell of 14th Street, Wellsville, had left the building but loitered around outside the building. Powell was taken home by one of the officers.
St. Clair Township
- At two separate times Monday afternoon, two men entered Dunham's and removed ammunition from the store. According to police, the men took stickers from the boxes that would have activated the security alarm. The second time, an employee confronted the men when he saw the boxes in their shorts, but the men said what he saw was their cell phones and they used profanity at the employee, according to reports. The first time, the men left with seven boxes, and the second time, with four. They were described as white men in their late 20s or early 30s. One had dark hair, balding on top and was wearing camouflage shorts and a light gray shirt. The second was wearing a ball cap, Steelers jersey and long white basketball shorts. Both were wearing black tennis shoes.
- Ray Flint reported to police that someone installed a driveway on his property at the intersection of Fisher and Calcutta-Smith Ferry roads. Officers reported finding AEP stakes but said, due to the lateness of the hour, no one was working at the site to inquire about the construction. A report was completed.
- The owner of a building on state Route 170 reported a screen torn out and window broken in an attempt to break in Monday.