–A motorist called police at 5 p.m. Thursday to report a reckless driver was coming into town east on U.S. Route 30. Police located the vehicle and pulled over the driver, who showed no signed of being impaired. The report did not say what the probable cause was to pull over the driver, but he was given a warning.
–Walker J. Trayes, 23, Quincy Avenue, Columbiana, was cited for OVI after being pulled over for driving left of center on East Lincoln Way at 7:49 p.m. Wednesday. The officer could smell alcohol on Trayes, who said he likes to party and had drank five to six 24-ounce beers. When asked to perform a field sobriety test, Trayes told the officer that would be useless and they should just proceed to the breathalyzer test. Trayes registered .208, more than two times the legal limit. He was also cited for driving left of center.
–While on patrol near the BP station at 6:18 p.m. Thursday, police saw a man walk up to car and then back to his car. The officer found this suspicious because there is significant drug activity that occurs around the BP station. The officer questioned this man, who said he was waiting for a friend to exit the store part of the gas station.
–Police were called to a disturbance at the train depot on South Market Street at 12:06 a.m. Friday, where man with an Arizona driver’s license said his sister was off her medication and had slapped him. The man said he was waiting for the O’Reilly’s autoparts store to open so he could fix his car and take his sister to get her prescription refilled. Officers left but were called back a second time, resulting in the sister being sent to a local hospital for a mental evaluation.
–A woman who lives on Sunset Drive reported July 1 receiving threatening text messages from a woman she knows in Virginia.
–A caller reported Friday a dog on East Chestnut Street was in the back yard without supervision or water. Police checked but did not find any dog in the area.
–A woman showed up at the police department on Friday to report that her child was refusing to leave her vehicle for a custody exchange. After speaking with police, the boy agreed to go along with the custody exchange.
–A caller reported an elderly woman was sitting in the yard at the corner of West Lincoln Way and South Lincoln Avenue at 1:53 p.m. Friday, and he was worried about her because of the heat. Police found the woman, who said she was waiting for people to arrive from the Pittsburgh Airport and she wanted them to find her place. Meanwhile, a neighbor had given her a bottle of water. The officer checked back on her 40 minutes later and she was no longer outside.
–Police were called to the Personal Touch home on East Lincoln Way at noon July 4 in regard to a resident who was out of control. The man was upset about how people at the home were trading and selling items, and police told him that was none of his concern. The officer was able to get him to calm down, and the man went back to playing a video game.
–While on patrol at 8:48 p.m. Thursday, police determined a vehicle driving through town had an expired license plate. The officer activated the cruiser lights but the vehicle kept going on Jackson Street before turning onto Black Road and pulling into a driveway. The driver was identified as Harold L. Holenchick, who shouted “I didn’t steal it.” His passenger was Jenny L. Isaacs, 47, Black Road. After explaining why they were pulled over, police asked Isaacs for identification, and she said she denied knowing her name, birthday or Social Security number. Police then told Isaacs since she was not wearing a seat belt she could be arrested for not providing any identification. She reportedly told police, “You can’t intimidate me.” The senior officer then advised the junior officer to arrest Isaacs for obstructing police business. During the search of the vehicle, police found an empty bottle of Crown Royal Apple, which Holenchick said belonged to Isaacs. Holenchick did not smell of alcohol, and but Isaacs did, so she was also charged with having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle.
–A caller reported there was a reckless driver on South Beaver Street at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Police located the vehicle, which was now parked, and spoke to the driver, who showed no signs of being impaired.
–A clerk at Smith Oil reported Saturday a motorist drove off without paying for gas. A check of the license came back to a woman from Coshocton.
–Police were called to a home on East Lincoln Way at 6 p.m. Saturday while an ambulance transported a resident there to a local hospital for mental evaluation.
–Jason K. Thompson Jr., 20, of East Liverpool, was cited for driving under suspension and misdemeanor possession of marijuana paraphernalia following a traffic stop on Pritchard Avenue at 10:30 p.m. Saturday. The alleged paraphernalia was a marijuana grinder and pipe located in the console.
–Cody J.R. Davis, 20, of East Palestine, was cited for possessing drug paraphernalia after a pipe was found in his pocket while he and a friend where being questioned by police while walking on West Washington Street at 9:09 p.m. Sunday. They were being questioned about a complaint involving some people wanting to start a fight.
–The AC unit on a fifth-wheel camper struck the canopy at the Valley View convenience store at 1 p..m. Sunday. The truck pulling the camper was being driven by James L. Barber of Wellington.
–Charles E. Weyand III, 19, of Beloit, was cited for possessing drug paraphernalia (a glass pipe used to smoke marijuana) following a traffic stop on East Lincoln Way at 12:50 a.m. Sunday after the driver, Jeffrey R. Martin, did not use his turn signal. Weyand was also cited for obstructing police business after initially misidentifying himself as a different Charles Weyand.
— Matthew T. Vickroy, 47, Hanoverton, was westbound on Haessly Road in Hanoverton at 10:05 a.m. Monday and Richard G. Prendergast, 57, Hanoverton, was eastbound and went left of center and collided with Vickroy. Prendergast fled eastbound and later became disabled. Prendergast was cited for left of center and distracted driving.
— Kody Brian Weinstock, 24, Lisbon, was southbound on state Route 164 in Fairfield Township at 11:11 a.m. Sunday and was struck by Janet K. Anderson, 77, Carnegie, Pa., who failed to yield from a stop sign westbound on state Route 558. After impact, Anderson also struck Ryan Kenney, 25, East Palestine, who was stopped at a sign eastbound on state Route 558. Anderson was cited for right of way.
— Andrew M. West, 46, Salem, was westbound on U.S. 30 in Madison Township at 5:44 a.m. Saturday and hit a deer.
— Bobby Joe Jones, 51, New Cumberland, W.Va., was turning left from northbound state Route 7 onto Lones Road in Madison Township at 1:20 p.m. Friday and was struck by Marlaina R. Owens, 27, East Liverpool, who was northbound. Owens was cited for assured clear distance.
— Richard Warren Parsons, 30, Leetonia, was northbound on Lisbon Road in Salem Township at 12:05 p.m. Thursday and was struck by James E. Sneddon, 44, Leetonia, who was southbound on Lisbon Road and pulled into Parsons’ path while making a left turn into a private drive. Sneddon was cited for right of way.
— Cassi R. Sonntog, 43, East Liverpool, was southbound on state Route 7 in New Waterford at 12:48 p.m. July 1 and had a vehicle malfunction and drove off the right side into a utility pole. No citation was issued and Sonntog was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital with minor injuries.
— Kimberly Danielle Washington, 54, East Liverpool, and Danielle Weaver, 36, Bloomingdale, Ohio, were stopped northbound on state Route 45 in Center Township at noon June 27 and Weaver moved forward and struck Washington. Weaver was cited for improper starting.