County Sheriff

— A deputy responded to a burglary alarm going off at a residence on Black Road, Center Township at 8:37 a.m. Friday, and he arrived about the same time as the property owner’s father, who did not find anything out amiss inside or outside the home.

— Patricia Eck, Woodsdale Road, Butler Township, reported Friday a five-gallon gas can was stolen from her home, and there was no sign of forced entry.

– A deputy was sent to a home on state Route 644 in Franklin Township at 11:46 a.m. Friday to check on the welfare of the person living there. No one was home.

— A deputy was called to a home on Cunningham Road, Salem Township, at 1:32 a.m. Friday to help an ambulance crew lift someone who lives there.

— A deputy responded to a burglary alarm at a home on Metz Road, Unity Township, at 12:19 p.m. Thursday. No one was home, and the residence was found to be secure.

Highway Patrol

— Nathan D. Cline, 43, of Paris, was cited for failure to control after going off the road in an Equinox, striking a utility pole and overturning while driving on state Route 172 in Center Township at 12:26 p.m. June 9. Neither Cline nor the passenger in his SUV were injured.

— A pickup truck belonging to Michael Phillis of Lisbon went off the road into a ditch and overturned on Elkton Road in Elkrun Township at 6:54 a.m. June 9. Phillis reported the next day he was out of town but left the truck for two friends to use, Aaron Tucker and Glen Kennedy. Neither showed up to give a statement.

— Darcy Hilton, 33, of Salem, was cited for failure to yield after she ran a stop sign and struck a vehicle operated by Mark Straub, 64, of Hanoverton, at the intersection of state Route 172 and Rochester Road in West Township at 9:43 p.m. Wednesday.

— Lena M. Cataldo, 24, of Lisbon, was cited for improper passing after she struck a truck pulling a flatbed trailer driven by Charles A. Harris, 31, of East Liverpool, at 12:53 p.m. Tuesday in Yellow Creek Township. Harris was turning from state Route 39 onto Oak Ridge Road. He was cited for having non-working brake lights.

— Thomas May Jr., 33, of Lisbon, was cited for failure to control after he went off the road, striking a culvert, mail box and catch basin while driving on state Route 164 in Franklin Township at 5:55 a.m. Wednesday. May said he lost control while swerving to miss a deer. The mail box was on the property of Jammie Dorsey.

— Roy A. Walther, 89, of Sebring, was cited for assured distance after he drove into the rear of the stopped vehicle in front of him driven by Nathan D. Toussant, 26, of Beloit. This occurred on U.S. Route 62 in Butler Township at 12:07 p.m. Tuesday.

— Harold M. Morrison, 70, Kibler Road, New Waterford, was cited for failure to yield after he backed out of his driveway into a Jeep Liberty driven by Dakota Lockard, 21, of East Palestine, at 6:58 p.m. Wednesday.

– Daniel D. Eddinger, 75, of Lisbon, struck a downed tree while driving on state Route 517 in Fairfield Township at 9:27 p.m. Monday.


— A man interested in providing an estimate to fix up the house at 121 McKinley Ave. reported Monday finding remnants of an indoor marijuana grow operation in an upstairs bedroom.

— Kurt R. Holloway, Brookfield Avenue, reportedly drove into a vehicle driven by John J. Richmond II, Black Road, Lisbon, who was stopped to turn at the Carter Lumber intersection at 2:48 p.m. Thursday.

— The contractor in charge of the Morgan’s Drug Store restoration reported Wednesday Daniel L. Taylor showed up wearing a hard hat and reflective vest, telling the construction workers he was there to do an inspection and pointing out what things needed fixed. The police department received 16 other reports about Taylor over an eight-day period.


— Police were called to a Robin Avenue residence at 6:14 p.m. Friday after the homeowner fell and struck his head and needed medical attention. Police remained until EMTs arrived.

— Police stopped a Gator ATV while it was being driven in the 700 block of East Fifth Avenue at 7:30 p.m. Friday. The driver, a juvenile, was cited, and the Gator was towed from the scene.

— A resident of 670 W. Wilson St. reported Friday her oxycondone prescription was stolen, but there was no sign of forced entry and no one had been in her house lately.

— Cody A. Lawson, 23, of Lake Milton, was cited for criminal trespassing after police were called to 577 Columbia St. at 11:38 p.m. Friday in regard to a disturbance about a damaged vehicle and someone trying to kick in the apartment door. Lawson’s vehicle was found parked on South Broadway, and police learned he jumped the fence into a private club. Police entered the club and found Lawson among the crowd on the patio. Police took him into custody after an employees stated he was not supposed to be there.

— A residential burglary alarm went off at 486 Roosevelt Ave. at 12:07 a.m. Saturday. Police arrived to find a man, who said he was there to let the dog out for the residents, who were not home. Police remained until the man called the owners to confirm the story.

— Police were called Saturday morning to the former Side Door on South Broadway for two possible drug overdoses. The first was called in at 12:36 a.m., and the man was unresponsive but came around by the time an ambulance arrived to transport him to the hospital. The police department received a call at 1 a.m. about another possible overdose, and the man was found lying in the lawn in the back of the establishment. The man was unresponsive and transported to the hospital by EMTs.

— A report was received of dirt bikes being ridden on East Perry Street at 2:20 a.m. Saturday, but police did not find any riders around when they arrived.

— Police were called to Euro Gyros on West State Street at 3:26 p.m. Friday because they wanted someone removed from the premises. The suspect was outside when police arrived. The man was reportedly drunk, so police gave him a ride home.

— Cami Cope, Depot Road, Lisbon, reported Friday her vehicle was parked outside the Giant Eagle when some witnesses told her they saw a woman in a black Chevrolet SUV back into her vehicle. The driver left the scene, but people were provided the vehicle’s license plate.

— A residential home security alarm went off at 1551 Stone Castle Trail at 11:47 a.m. Friday. The owner said it was activated accidentally.

— Mary Jo Kidd, East Seventh Street, reported over the past two to three days three bicycles were stolen from her back yard,

— A South Broadway Avenue resident reported getting harassing telecommunications from a man she knows who is an inmate at a state prison. Police contacted the prison and officials there will serve the inmate with a cease and desist notice.

— A clerk at Smith Oil reported Friday a motorist drove off without pay for $15.12 in gas. The person was a woman in a blue Terrain, but the clerk her credit card may not have scanned properly.

— A barking dog complaint on Jennings Avenue was received at 7:38 a.m. Friday. Police spoke to the owner, who agreed to take the dog inside.