County Sheriff

— A Depot Road, Salem Township, man reported at 9:25 p.m. Tuesday he was driving near Franklin Square when a work van drove by him recklessly. He beeped his horn at the van and the man made an obscene gesture before throwing an unknown object at his vehicle, which struck the windshield and chipped it.

— A Winona Road, Homeworth, man reported at 7:13 a.m. Wednesday he has a 10-month-old son with his girlfriend and a Children Services case against her for alleged substance abuse. They live together and he has been told by Children Services not to leave the child alone with the mother. He has been taking the child to his mother’s when he works. On Wednesday the girlfriend reportedly threatened to hit herself in the face and tell the sheriff he hit her if he took their child when he left.

— A Crestview Road, New Waterford, woman reported at 6:56 a.m. Wednesday her ex has been harassing her and threatening to take custody of their children. When he comes into the home to pick up the children, he video records the condition of the house. The woman said there are things sitting around because they are working on a couple of rooms.

— A suspicious vehicle was reported on Wooddale Drive in Guilford Lake at 8:05 a.m. Wednesday. Deputies found a large motor home parked on the roadway on a bend, which had reportedly been sitting there running for two days. The owner, Michael Hickey, told the deputy the motor home has a blown air bag in the suspension system and someone is coming to fix it. He was told to move it to another location so it does not restrict the roadway and he agreed they would move it shortly.

— A Salem-Alliance Road, Butler Township, resident asked to have a man removed from the home at 12:24 p.m. Tuesday, but no one was there when deputies arrived.

— A woman reported at 12:39 p.m. Tuesday they moved out of their Second Street, Hanoverton, home about two months earlier, but when they came there on Tuesday they found someone had gone in through a window and stole an air conditioner unit, a drone and a homemade rifle.

— A Timber Run, Unity Township, woman reported at 2:19 p.m. Tuesday after receiving two credit reports from separate credit card companies she believes someone is attempting to open a line of credit in her name. She also found some of the information on the reports is incorrect.


— A 26-year-old West Washington man reported that while riding his bike on Monday he was stopped by a taller man who threatened to punch him in the face if he continued to ride by. Police went to the area and spoke to some people who said they were not sure who might have threatened him, but the man on the bike rides past on the sidewalk continuously and will just stop and stare at them. He also flipped them off. Police went back to the home at 214 W. Washington, where the man said he had just moved to town from Warren. He denied staring or flipping anyone off. Police told him to stay off the sidewalk and ride in other neighborhoods besides his own.

— Police were called to another West Washington Street residence at 8:17 p.m. Tuesday because the owner wanted a person staying there to leave. The man said he would have left if the caller had told him to.

— Jennifer M. McCarty, 33, Sherman Street, was cited after she struck a fire hydrant at the corner of Sherman Street and Garfield Avenue at 4:11 p.m. Tuesday.

— Misty D. Boyer, 40, of Amsterdam, backed into a vehicle operated by Clinton J. Chamberlain, 56, of Columbiana, while stopped in traffic at the intersection of Jerome and North Market streets at 5:40 p.m. Tuesday.

Goshen Police District

— Nancy J. Robertson, 57, Youngstown, was cited for right of way at intersections following a two-vehicle crash on Western Reserve Road at state Route 46 at 3:03 p.m. July 2 in which she was eastbound in the left turn lane and then pulled into the eastbound lane, striking another eastbound vehicle driven by Joseph Alfred Butterfield, 42, Cranberry, Pa. No injuries were reported.

— Jeremy E. Minor, 34, Jennings Avenue, Salem was charged with OVI following a traffic stop at state routes 165 and 45 at 3:43 a.m. July 4.

— Mark Fraser Jr., 45, Goshen Road, Salem, was charged with domestic violence and assault after officers responded to his residence when a neighbor reported seeing him strike a female victim and threaten to shoot the neighbor. The victim had visible marks around her neck.

— Anthony Angiuli, 36, state Route 46, Canfield, was charged with obstructing official business, fleeing and eluding, reckless operation, speeding (76/45), no registration and failure to obey a traffic control device following a pursuit and crash in Green Township at 12:15 a.m. July 7 in which he was driving a recreational off-road vehicle and failed to stop after an officer initiated a traffic stop for speeding and a red light violation on Western Reserve Road at state Route 46. The officer pursued the vehicle and struck the rear of it when Angiuli slowed to make a turn, causing the vehicle to overturn. Green Township first responders arrived, but no injuries were reported. Angiuli’s passenger, Jill M. Tamburino, Washingtonville Road, Canfield, was cited for open container in a motor vehicle.


— An officer assisted the sheriff’s office at 1:18 a.m. Tuesday on an incident in the 800 block of South County Line Road in which a resident reported hearing noises in the woods. No one was seen.

— An officer responded to the 300 block of Columbia Street at 11:41 a.m. Tuesday in reference to a female in medical distress. She was taken to the hospital.

— A West Main Street resident reported Tuesday problems with his landlord shouting at him. The resident was escorted back to his home to retrieve his wallet. The landlord was advised how to evict the resident.

— Bryce A. Dodson, 24, Gig Harbor, Wash., was cited for soliciting without a permit and obstructing official business after an officer responded to the Ridge Street area at 1:44 p.m. Tuesdayr. The officer warned him to stop until he obtained a permit. The officer then responded to Waddell Street at 2:16 p.m. where he was still soliciting door-to-door and refused to say who the other person was, even though he was talking with the person via cell phone.


— An EMT called to say there was a cat stuck in a storm sewer drain near Carter Lumber at 4:16 p.m. Tursday.