– A caller reported there was a suspicious man at the Duke & Duchess convenience store at 10:12 p.m. Thursday. Police arrived and determined the man, identified as Loyal Miller, 57, of Salem, was wanted on an arrest warrant out of the county sheriff’s offices.

–Dan Haschak, 22, of Leetonia, taken in custody on an arrest warrant of the sheriff’s office following a traffic stop on state Route 14 at 5 p.m. Thursday.


–A caller reported there was a suspicious blue car at the swimming pool at 10 p.m. Thursday, but the vehicle left before an officer arrived.

–Police were called to the Subway at 1:40 p.m. Friday after an elderly had fallen, giving her a blood nose. She was transported back to the Personal Touch Retirement home about two blocks away.


–A caller reported a dog had been left out in the cold on East Fourth Street at 8:19 a.m. Friday. Police arrived at the home to find the dog inside.

–An Elm Avenue resident reported Friday a person’s vehicle became stuck in his yard, and the person agreed to repair the damage but he did an inadequate job. Police spoke to the person, who agreed to finish the job.

–The school resource officer at the high school charged a teenage girl with disorderly conduct on Friday after she refused to accompany the vice principal back to the office to discuss allegations she had stolen items from another room. The officer lifted the girl from her seat and accompanied her to the administration office. The girl was suspended and arrested and taken to the county juvenile detention center.

–A motorist in a black Jeep drove away from the Smith Oil station at 11:13 a.m. Friday without paying for $34 in fuel.

–A clerk at the Circle K on East State Street called Friday after a bicycle had been left locked up outside the convenience store for the past three days. Police took the bike to the police station.

–Police were called to perform traffic control at 3:16 p.m. Friday while the fire department responded to a report of a sparking appliance at 590 N. Ellsworth Ave.

–Police were called to a domestic dispute on South Lundy Avenue at 4:57 p.m. Friday, but the people there said everything was fine.

–Police went to a home on East Fourth Street to serve an arrest warrant at 5:18 p.m. Friday and again Saturday but the person was not there.

–A clerk at Giant Eagle reported Friday someone tried to pass off a counterfeit $50 bill.

–A woman who lives on East Fifth Street reported at 9:28 p.m. Friday her son threatened to use his brass knuckles on her. Raistlin M. Ross, 18, was charged with domestic violence.

–Police were called to an East Third Street home at 10:11 p.m. Friday and remained while an ambulance arrived to transport aan unruly youth to the local hospital.

–A Jennings Avenue man called at 10:57 p.m. Friday because his son was being disrespectful and wanted an officer to speak with him. The youth apologized to his father after speaking with police.

–Police were called to the The Foundry at 12:41 a.m. Saturday because there was an impaired woman sitting behind the wheel of a parked vehicle. The woman, Patricia L. Hall, 69, Goshen Road, Salem, was found to be intoxicated and charged with being in physical control of a motoer vehicle while intoxicated.

–A woman from East Sixth Street called at 11:06 a.m. Saturday because she wanted her drunken boyfriend to leave. Police remained while the boyfriend packed his belongings and left.

–A Continental Drive woman reported Friday her in-laws were threatening to withhold her household’s tax return money because she would not let her son accompany them while they visited the boy’s father in jail. The father-in-law admitted making this threat but said they never intended to follow through and told police he would turn over the money to her the next day.

–A person who lives on North Lincoln Avenue reported Saturday their neighbor keeps tossing trash and food over the fence and onto their property. Police went to the home next door, where a juvenile admitted tossing hard-boiled eggs onto the neighbor’s driveway to feed the animals but the youth agreed to pick up the eggs. Police also intend to contact the housing department because of the trash in their yard.

— A man who lives on West Wilson Street reported he was speaking with his daughter on Saturday when he became aware of a possible sex offense involving an adult male. Police gathered information and also advised the man to contact the police department where the alleged offense occurred.

–David L. Swaney, 53, state Route 344, Leetonia, was served with an arrest warrant following a traffic stop on East State Street at 6:15 p.m. Saturday. The warrant was for obstructing police business. While searching his vehicle, police found a small amount of marijuana and seeds and THC oil, but no additional charges were filed.

–An Aetna Street woman reported about 6 p.m. Saturday her son-in-law had taken a butcher knife to a vehicle tire. She declined to press charges but wanted police to explain the possible legal ramifications of his actions to her son-in-law, which the officer did.

–Craig C. Link, 46, of Youngstown, was cited for OVI and marked lanes violation following a traffic stop on East 10th Street at 8:43 p.m. Saturday. While searching his vehicle police found suspected meth.

–An East Sixth Street woman called at 9:40 p.m. Saturday because she wanted her ex-boyfriend removed from the premises. He was taken to the police station so he could make arrangements to spend the night elsewhere.

–Police were called to The Foundry at 1:17 a.m. Sunday, where a woman reported being struck in the face and her hair being pulled. The alleged assault remains under investigation.

–A caller reported at 1:28 a.m. Sunday seeing two men and a woman get out of a vehicle on Vine Street, change clothes and then enter an apartment, with one of them carrying what appeared to be a knife. Police arrived and spoke to the people there and determine one of them –Zachary T.D. Rudder, 22 of Wellsville –was wanted for failure to appear in court on a charge of possessing a drug abuse instrument. Rudder was taken into custody.


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