— Kayla Macklin, 31, of Lexington Avenue, was cited for OVI early Saturday after an officer at 2:38 a.m. Saturday saw a vehicle driving very slowly southbound on Vine Street toward East State and then stop in the middle of the street. The driver got out of the vehicle and the officer stopped. Macklin, who was swaying back and forth and slurring her words, told the officer she had been drinking and had to have a friend pick her up. According to the report, the female . She refused to submit to field sobriety testing and was placed under arrest for OVI. Her vehicle was towed by Sinsley Towing and she submitted to a breath test, showing she was over the legal limit.
— Michael Fowler, 29, of Main Street, Leetonia, was charged with public intoxication after police were called at 9:34 p.m. Friday to a business in the 100 block of Railroad Street for a male and female attempting to make entry on the fire escape. Fowler left when confronted by the owner and the woman was escorted inside the business. Officers made contact with Fowler and transported him back to the scene. The woman told police she was meeting him through online dating. The owner did not want to press charges related to the entry attempt.
— Heidi White, 40, of St. Peters, Mo., was cited for marked lanes after the semi truck she was driving at 5:51 p.m. Friday took a right turn too short from South Ellsworth onto State, striking a barrier on the sidewalk and then getting stuck. Officers were able to assist the woman to maneuver the truck around the barrier.
A resident in the 100 block of Chestnut reported Thursday finding property at the residence, including a purse, paper notebook and a book. The officer was able to determine the owner of the items and placed them in the squad room for safekeeping.
— Firefighters responded to a fire alarm at 9:24 a.m. Saturday at Holiday Inn Express, 240 N. Cunningham Road, where the smoke detector activated in the first floor pantry. Staff advised they have had a problem with a self-contained oven. When opening the doors, smoke will set off the detector.