County Sheriff

— Jessica Scarry, Bayard Road, West Township, reported coming home after 10 p.m. Friday and finding her front door open and seeing a person possibly in an upstairs bedroom window. A deputy searched the house but did not find anyone inside, nor was any property damaged or missing.

— Brenda Pifer, Westville Lake Road, Knox Township, reported her F-250 pickup truck was found with a dent on the side and wondered if someone did it when they backed into her driveway Thursday night.

— Wayne Falb, Knox School Road, West Township, reported June 7 a vehicle he had for sale in his front yard was stolen.

— Deputies responded to a possible domestic dispute on West Main Street, Washingtonville, at 8:31 p.m. Wednesday. Deputies were told it was an argument between brothers but nothing physical occurred.

— Deputies were called to the 40000 block of Sunset Drive, Yellow Creek Township, at 9:36 p.m. Thursday in regard to people revving their vehicle engines for the past 30 minutes. Deputies sat and listened but heard no noises.

— Deputies responding to a domestic dispute on Beacon Light Road, Center Township, at 6 p.m. Saturday spoke to Andrew Shafer, who said there was no dispute. Another person at the scene said there were firearms in a vehicle, and a township police officer saw Shafer attempt to grab some marijuana joints from the vehicle and hand them to a woman who was also there. Based on this information, the deputy searched the trunk and found a number firearms, one of which — a single-shot shotgun — was taken into custody because it was believed to be stolen. Also seized were two loaded handguns.

— David W. Phillis, Darlington Road, Beaver Falls, Pa., reported Saturday the county dog warden has his dogs and is refusing to return them. Phillis was advised this was a civil matter and he needs to contact an attorney.

— Deputies went to the residence at 22348 U.S. Route 39, West Township, at 11:12 p.m. Saturday, but they were unable to locate anyone after a woman could be heard yelling at a man on a 911 call that was left open. No one was there when they arrived. Deputies were called back to the same apartment house at 2:45 a.m. Sunday in response to domestic dispute between Tammy K. Roof and Trent A. Campbell. The 48-year-old Campbell ended up being arrested for domestic violence.

— Amanda C. Moore, Foundry Hill Road, Franklin Township, reported someone used her credit card to make three purchases totaling $7,360 from Jared the Galleria of Jewelry in Woodbridge, Va. Moore said these fraudulent transactions occurred while she was at work in Salem.

— A caller reported there was a dead horse on Applegate Road, Wayne Township, at 12:18 p.m. Saturday. Deputies found the horse under the power lines near Applegate Road and spoke to property owner John Todd, who said the horse belonged to his brother. Deputies contacted the brother, who said he would make arrangements to dispose of the horse.

— Deputies were called to a home on Wells Hollow Road, Yellow Creek Township, on June 10 to stand by until an ambulance arrived to transport the person there to a local hospital.

— Susan Belanfer, Second Street, Hanoverton, reported Saturday the passenger side vent window of her vehicle was shot with a BB pellet.

East Liverpool

— Chelsea Heaton, West Fourth Street, reported coming Saturday night to find her apartment door kicked in, but she is unsure if anyone had been inside.

— An officer was asked to assist a Liverpool Township police officer at a call at The Cove bar on Dresden Avenue at 4 a.m. Saturday.

— Police received calls about people messing around in the vacant house at 807 Cadmus St., at 11 p.m. Saturday. Police secured the house and left.

— Police were called to a disturbance at a Holliday Street home at 11:28 p.m. Saturday, where they learned that Ryan Ammon had been drinking with the landlord, Nicholas Marchbanks, and fell through the screen door and knocked out the screen. Marchbanks wanted to file a report because of the damage. While police were trying to sort things out, Ammon reportedly started calling the one officer the name for a female dog. The officer told Ammon to quit but he continued to call him that name, saying he would like to kill the officers. At this point, Ammon was arrested and taken into custody, but he continued to cause problems for the officers by being uncooperative. Once in the cruiser, Ammon reportedly tried to kick out the window and then refused to get out when they arrived at the police station.

— Police were called to a home on Sunnyside Avenue at 12:22 a.m. Saturday, where a woman reported her juvenile son had left earlier in the day and had yet to return. The mother said she has been having problems with the boy lately.

— While on patrol an officer at 1:52 a.m. Friday came across a vehicle parked partially on the roadway on Avondale Street, and the vehicle’s front end was sitting atop a cement curb at the side of the driveway. Thomas Davis, who lives there, said the vehicle belongs to his friend and he got it stuck, but the friend took off when he saw the police. The officer had the vehicle towed because it was partially on the roadway.

— Fred D. Nelson, Cadmus Street, called at 4:15 a.m. Friday to say he caught a man breaking into his vehicle. Nelson said he saw the man in the vehicle after the alarm went off. The suspect, William P. Hardemon, who lives in the same apartment building, said he was looking for his shoes. Hardemon, 58, was charged with criminal mischief.

— Police responded to a residential burglary alarm on Maine Boulevard at 11:48 p.m. Friday. The homeowner arrived and the house was secured.

– A residential burglary alarm at 2742 St. Clair Ave. went off on Thursday, and Craig Miladin said his neighbor told him he had seen a man wear gray sweat shorts and a gray shirt with long hair walking around his property earlier.

— Police were called to 1401 St. Clair Ave. at 8:33 p.m. Thursday response to a man who had fallen. The man told police he did not need their help and for them to leave, which they did.

— A caller reported there was a woman on Mulberry Street by the Italian restaurant holding a sign saying she was homeless at 8:48 p.m. Thursday. A welfare check was performed before the woman was told to move along.

— A motion alarm was set off at the East Liverpool Motor Lodge at 12:16 a.m. Thursday, and police found the glass had been removed from the back door. Police searched the building but did not find anyone inside.

— Kierston Shields, Princeton Street, reported hearing a noise inside her home at 1:27 a.m. Tuesday.The officers checked the house but there were no signs anyone else had been inside.


— Police were called to 2340 Merle Road on Saturday to speak to a woman about a child custody issue. Police checked into it and told the woman her grandchildren were safe and she could pick them up if she wanted.

— A barking dog complaint in the 800 block of East Fourth Street was received at 9 p.m. Saturday, but no barking was occurring by the time police arrived.

— While on patrol on West State Street at 10:40 p.m. Saturday, police noticed a passing motorist had an expired registration and pulled over Roxanne Phillips, 24, of Guilford Lake. Phillips told police she also had a suspended license and was cited. Police also learned she was wanted on an arrest warrant by the county sheriff’s office.

— Police were called to a possible drug overdose at 285 E. Eighth St. at 11 p.m. Saturday. The man, who was going in and out of consciousness, had reportedly being smoking marijuana, but also consumed some wine too and some allergy medication. He was taken by ambulance to the hospital to be examined.

— A tan sedan was found in a ditch on Pennsylvania Avenue at 11:16 p.m. Saturday. The person who called said the driver had someone pick him up. Police said the vehicle appeared to have gone off the road, striking a utility pole before ending up in the ditch.

— A woman who lives in an apartment at 528 Aetna St. reported hearing someone knocking on her daughter’s window at 12:39 a.m. Sunday. She believes it was a neighbor and she told him to leave. Police went to the neighbor’s apartment but no one answered the door.

— A 911 hangup call was received from 215 E. Seventh St. at 1:12 a.m. Sunday. Police spoke with the people there and they said it was an accident.

— A woman asked police to accompany her to 954 Homewood Ave. at 1:24 a.m. Sunday while she retrieved some of her child’s clothes so they could leave for the night.

— Latesha Hines, 30, of Youngstown, was charged with possessing marijuana paraphernalia following a traffic stop on East State Street at 1:25 a.m. Sunday. She was also warned about the improper display of her vehicle’s license plate.

— A woman who lives at 116 E. Fourth St. reported at 4:18 p.m. Saturday a man was there who was not supposed to be. The landlord told police the man was there to do some yard work.

— A 911 call accompanied by heavy breathing was traced back to 438 Jennings Ave. at 3:54 p.m. Saturday. The people there said no one called and everything was fine.

— Kyle M. Hunt, 22, of Salem, was cited for assured clear distance after she drove into the rear of a vehicle operated by Amy S. Homich, 57, of Greenville, Mich., who was stopped in traffic on East State Street at 12:18 p.m. Saturday.

— A barking dog complaint in the 800 block of East Fourth Street was received at 11:50 a.m. Saturday. Police arrived to hear two different dogs barking. The officers were able to locate the owners and advise them of the complaint.