— Deputies responded to a fireworks complaint at 1336 Hillcrest Road, Yellow Creek Township, at 11:33 p.m. Wednesday. The property owner told the deputy some of the guests were setting off fireworks and he made them leave.
— Marilyn L. Trares, 73, of Lisbon, was cited for failure to yield after she made a left turn into a van driven by Kristalyn B. Sensenig, 36, of Salem, who was going the opposite direction on state Route 164 in Washington Township at 3:46 p.m. Monday. Trares was turning into Jenkins Feed at the time.
— Motorcyclist Randy S. Reed, 58, of Homeworth, was cited for failure to control after he went off the road while rounding a curve, striking two barriers made of railroad ties on Knox School Road in Knox Township at 2:47 p.m. Sunday. Reed, who was not wearing a helmet, was taken by ambulance to an area hospital. Reed later told a trooper he had just acquired the motorcycle in a trade and was riding it home when the handle bars dropped, causing him to lose control.
— An officer was leaving Huntington National Bank at 11:41 a.m. Wednesday when a man walked up to the officer and told her he just saw a naked woman smoking a cigarette standing in the doorway in the alley between Smith Oil and the apartment building on East Lincoln Way. Police knew who he was talking about but the woman was not home.
— A woman who lives at 209 W. Washington St. reported she never received a package she ordered and UPS said it was delivered on June 19.
Goshen Police District
— William Blake Royal, 22, West Middletown Road, Salem, was arrested on an active warrant after officers responded to the 18400 block of state Route 14 at 9:37 p.m. June 30 where Smith Township police were with him. He was released on recognizance due to a medical issue and arraigned on video at the Sebring court July 2.
— Tyler Mathew Barnett, 28, Biloxi, Miss., was cited for failure to control following a vehicular crash with no injury on Salem Warren Road at 6:56 a.m. July 1.
— John D. Justice, 51, Lake Milton, was cited for failure to reinstate his license and speeding following a traffic stop on state Route 14 near Pine Lake Road at 4:50 p.m. July 3.
— A Columbia Street resident reported on July 4 she had located the suspect in theft from her home the previous day and recovered items he had in his possession, as well as discovered he had listed the other items for sale on a website. The resident said Beaver Township police witnessed her exchange with the suspect.
— An officer responded to the K-12 campus at 5:21 p.m. July 4 in reference to a motion alarm in the north hallway. All doors were found secure. The officer returned for an alarm in the administration wing at 6:36 p.m. the same day and was met by an employee who entered the building. The officer detected an odor and the fire department responded to clear the area.
— A Somer Street resident reported on station at 12:49 p.m. Monday her neighbor had been placing trash with her’s to be picked up, as well as a number of other issues including those regarding trees in the back yard. She was advised to contact an attorney.
— An officer responded to a Sleepy Hollow Drive home at 2:24 p.m. Monday at the request of the San Diego Sheriff’s Office to check on a woman whose boyfriend had reported her as missing. The officer could not find anyone at the home.
— An officer responded to a Columbia Street business at 8:33 p.m. Tuesday in reference to a suspicious person and found a known male who was playing a Pokemon searching game.
— A female caller from Jennings Avenue reported at 8:48 p.m. Wednesday that a male won’t stop calling her and sending her messages, some threatening. She was advised the messages were not threatening and to block his number. She was also told the process for seeking a protection order.
— While en route to a call in the 900 block of West Pershing Street at 8:34 p.m. Wednesday, an officer saw a man running down the middle of the road at the officer. The man said a white Ford F-150 had just struck a building on West Pershing and had passed the patrol car westbound on Pershing. The truck could not be located. The officer had to leave due to other emergency calls, but returned to the area and could not locate the man or a building that appeared to be struck.
— A man in the 900 block of West Pershing Street reported at 8:21 p.m. Wednesday that he found a can of acetone in his yard. Police disposed of it.
— Bethany Devine, 28, of 218 Fair Ave., was taken into custody on a warrant after an officer saw her on Fair Avenue at 8:21 p.m. Wednesday. She was turned over to a sheriff’s deputy.
— A caller at 6:44 p.m. Wednesday reported several suspicious white vans in the parking lot at Walmart. The vehicles could not be found.
— Nicole Polley, 31, and Cory Haueter, 33, both of 355 E. Main St., Washingtonville, were each charged with domestic violence after police were called at 5:48 p.m. Wednesday to the 1000 block of Cleveland Street for a domestic in progress. The male and female who live together and have a child together allegedly got into an argument that turned physical. Both parties advised the other assaulted them with a pop can. Both were taken to jail.
— Police were called at 5:40 p.m. Wednesday to Salem Regional Medical Center on East State Street for a male causing a disturbance in the emergency room lobby and yelling profanities. The male told police he was yelling but due to a misunderstanding with hospital staff. The staff agreed to let him stay if no more disturbances were caused.
— A man came to the station at 4:44 p.m. Wednesday to report child custody issues. He was to have the child, but the child did not want to go with him and the mother did not make the child go. He wanted a report on file.
— A neighbor dispute involving a juvenile was reported at 1:12 p.m. Wednesday in the 300 block South Lincoln Avenue. Police spoke to the juvenile about the issue and told him to cease his actions.
— A possible break-in was reported at 12:09 p.m. Wednesday in the 1300 block of East Pershing Street. Police spoke with a person at the property who said he was the landlord and was in the process of evicting residents and was starting repairs on the garage.
— Suspicious activity was reported at 9:04 a.m. Wednesday in the back yards near the 400 block of West Wilson Street. The caller said a silver vehicle with Tennessee plates and a male on a bike who had a hoody and facial tattoos were leaving the area. Nobody was found.
— A reckless vehicle was reported at 8:47 a.m. Wednesday in the 2400 block of East State Street, but was not found.
— Lines were reported down in the 1800 block of Maple Street at 8:20 a.m. Wednesday. The lines were determined to be either cable or telephone wires.
— William McFarland Jr., 29, of Sebring, was taken into custody on a warrant out of Columbiana County for failure to appear and was also cited for driving under suspension after police were called for a vehicle in a ditch at 4:12 p.m. Tuesday in the 1400 block of West State Street.
— Police responded to the 400 block of Georgetown Road at 6:40 p.m. Tuesday for a male possibly under the influence of drugs. A woman said her boyfriend had consumed drugs and she was concerned for his safety. He admitted that he used methamphetamine the previous day. EMS personnel arrived and evaluated him, saying he was fine.
— Dispatch received a call about a large power outage shortly after 9:53 p.m. July 7 in the areas of Irish Ridge, Annesley and Campground roads, but this couldn’t be confirmed.
— An Imperial Drive resident reported at 8:20 a.m. July 8 she was walking her dog on Kingsridge when a dog charged them and bit the woman. Police made contact with a dogsitter.
— A suspicious vehicle was reported at 10:21 p.m. July 9 in the 1200 block of Foxchase Road. A female was waiting to meet someone.
— A resident from the 2300 block of Dresden Avenue reported at 6:50 p.m. July 5 that someone had vandalized his Hummer, breaking out a rear passenger window. He also saw it had a flat tire and a dead battery. The man noted that he has past issues with neighborhood kids shooting BB guns at the windows of the garage. He needed a report for his insurance company.
— An man was present shortly after midnight July 8 at Woodland Hills, where he has been banned, and couldn’t be located after fleeing over a hill. He had been harassing a woman “nonstop.” This was almost 10 hours after the same man had been reported to police for harassing customers at the downtown BP station. He had needed the ride allegedly as subjects had stolen his car for the second time in recent months. Officers questioned his credibility, so didn’t file that stolen vehicle report.
— A two-vehicle crash was reported shortly before 4 a.m. July 7 in the 1900 block of Michigan Street.
— Also in the 1900 block of Michigan Street, a man reportedly was rummaging through trash shortly before noon July 7. He was eventually observed in the fenced-in air conditioner area behind the former Maxi’s and was sweating profusely and incoherent. He was transported to city hospital for evaluation.
— Officers responded at 10:40 a.m. July 7 to a domestic in the 2100 block of Harvey Avenue, where it was reported that a man was assaulting a female about 45 minutes through the other Michigan Street incident. According to one of those individuals, the other man had been living with them and leaving drug paraphernalia around. The female had no visible injuries and declined to press charges.
— A disturbance was investigated shortly before midnight July 8 in the 2100 block of Hazel Avenue. The parties separated for the night.
— Police responded at 2:59 a.m. July 7 to Berdine’s for a limping through a lot in the 200 block of West 6th Street. The intoxicated male had been waiting for a friend to take him home.
— A woman reported that she is not home by an identified female was kicking her screen door at 1:19 a.m July 7 in the 800 block of Dresden. The female was allowed to retriever her phone charge and other property from the residence with the caller’s permission.
— A vehicle was towed at 1:26 p.m.m July 7 from near the Dialysis Clinic that was not legally registered.
— A subject was identified at Jackson and Seventh Street acting suspiciously by hospital security. It was learned that he was backtracking to find his missing cell phone. He was advised to stay off private property.
— Officers responded at 12:20 p.m. July 5 to the first block of Cleveland Avenue to investigate a group of kids on dirtbikes and a quad, whose driver was operating while he held an infant on his lap. No contact was had with the subjects.
St. Clair Township
— A Columbia Gas employee reported at 8:14 a.m. July 7 in the first block of state Route 11 that he was driving south hauling a back hoe, when a turkey flew through the backhoe’s windshield, breaking it out. The turkey was laying in the cab of the apparatus.
— Officers responded at 10:53 p.m. July 7 to Calcutta BP to investigate a complaint about a subject attempting to use fake currency to purchase gas.
— Police responded at 11:37 a.m. July 7 to the 12000 block of Echo Dell Road to investigate a possible stolen car. Upon contact, the officer surmised that the case was more of an authorized use and gave the woman the information to the Washington Court House to get her car back from Fayette County.
— The owner of King Buffet requested documentation of an issue with large crowds gathering in their parking lot and causing a disturbance shortly before 1:25 p.m. July 6.
— Kevin Jones, no address listed, was cited at 11:38 a.m. July 4 on Sprucevale Road on a charge of driving under FRA suspension. No weapons were found during a frisk; however, K9 Nero alerted on two vaping pens containing cannabis compound. Another search of Jones’ pockets produced hemp oil and a small rubber ball containing possible suboxone. Those items were sent to the Bureau of Criminal Investigation for testing.
— Police responded to JC Penneys in the 16000 block of Dresden Avenue at 7:22 p.m. June 29 for a white male, wearing a ball cap, T-shirt and dark pants, who ran out of the store with a bunch of merchandise stuffed in his pants. The store asked for extra patrols.
— The caretaker of Beaver Creek church camp on Duke Road reported at 5:58 p.m. June 29 that he had heard subjects partying loud at night, so he asked for a report to be logged.
— The manager of Ace Hardware reported at 3:54 p.m. June 29 that an employee found an empty Dewalt tool box packed with an impact driver, batteries and a charger. He described the subject that he saw on surveillance as a white male, black shirt, jeans and “M” baseball cap as well as a small tattoo on his left forearm. The subject also stuffed a Dewalt tool down his pants and walked out the door with the stolen merchandise, which was valued at $149.99. Ace asked for extra watch.
— A man reported at 6:54 p.m. June 28 that he had met his son’s mother at Walmart along with her husband for a custody exchange, and there was a physical altercation. The information is being forwarded to the prosecutor for possible charges.
— Chad D. Nagle, no address listed, was arrested at 11:28 a.m. June 28 on a theft charge, after he allegedly stole a series of items from his employer, Walmart.
— Glenn Galloway, no address listed, was served with an active warrant at 7:33 p.m. June 26 in the first block of Calcutta Smith Ferry Road, during a traffic stop. Upon contact with Galloway, who was a passenger, several sandwich bags containing a white crystal-like substance were found outside the car near where he was sitting. He denied ownership of them, but police discovered a pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine hidden in his pants with residue on it. All the items were forwarded to BCI for testing.
— A disturbance was reported at 3:25 p.m. July 5 in the 15000 block of Sprucevale Road, where a man was applying a wrap to his motorcycle muffler and he was revving the engine to assist with the process. He was asked to cease his actions.
— Officers responded to a custody dispute at 9:58 a.m. July 6 in the 14000 block of Violet Place.
— Police have filed a complaint from a resident in the 13000 block of Old Fredericktown Road about two identified trespassers, who exited in their red Ford Mustang at a high rate of speed shortly before 7:46 p.m. June 25.
— Officers responded at 11:07 a.m. June 25 to the 15000 block of state Route 267 to assist an elderly disoriented woman. She was transported to the hospital for evaluation.
— A woman reported at 2:54 p.m. June 25 that an unknown subject opened a Paypal account in her name almost 45 days ago and received notice that there was a past due amount for $105 now due. She was advised since she was a fraud victim, she needed to email the report to dispute the past due balance.
— A woman in the 15000 block of state Route 170 advised that she believed a family members stole money from her Chase bank account.
— Officers responded at 9:52 p.m. June 24 to the 16000 block of Annesley Road to discuss issues with a white German shepherd that he had chased off his property twice that evening. The dog, which comes bearing its teeth, growling and barking, is a constant problem. The dog warden repeatedly has been contacted by the complainant unsuccessfully.
— Henry V. Mason, no address listed, was arrested at 1:27 a.m. June 24 in the first block of state Route 11 on charges of OVI, no driver’s license and a marked lanes’ violation, after a traffic stop. The officer noticed unopened cans of beer and Twisted Tea in plain sight within the center console, while Mason was searching for his documentation. He allegedly admitted consuming a few beers in a Wellsville bar earlier. Upon a warrant chase, he came with multiples but the other agencies didn’t want him at this time. Mason performed poorly on field sobriety tests, so he was arrested and given a warning for the open container.
— A report into an alleged theft is on file with the department, after a Lakeview Circle resident reported at 9:40 a.m. June 24. The woman said that she had recently taken her vehicle to a Boardman dealership for an oil change, and she noticed a holstered Ruger .357 was missing four days later from between the seats. She also reported someone purchased a computer from Amazon in her name.
— Taylor Greathouse, no address listed, was arrested at 2:09 p.m. Jun 26 in Walmart on a theft charge. She allegedly purposely didn’t scan $120.75 worth of items in the self-checkout register.
— A woman reported at 7:31 p.m. June 23 that she was driving on Y and O Road, when she noticed that an identified subject appeared to following her and stared at her when she pulled over. The victim reported that she had lived in fear of the subject since a rape case from her childhood. She inquired about getting a protection order.
— An 13000 block of Old Fredericktown Road resident reported that his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend come to his home for custody exchange, and he doesn’t want the man here due to past problems. His complaint has been documented, and he was advised to call 911 if the man comes back.
— A traffic stop near Walmart turned out to be anything but routine at 6:53 p.m. June 22. Christopher Price was arrested for no operator’s license and a marked lanes violation and turned over to the county on active warrants along with a male passenger Samuel T. Powell, who had attempted to lie about his identity.
Upon a search incident to arrest, the officer also found Price possessed a digital scale with white powder residue. A female passenger, who didn’t have any warrants unlike her male companions, was found to possess a cigarette pack containing a crystal-like substance in it. Officers also found several power tools with security devices reported stolen from Home Depot in Salem. Neither of the trio drew additional charges at this time, and the crystal-like substance was sent to the Bureau of Criminal Investigation crime lab for testing.
— Brandon Myers, no address listed, was arrested at 5:24 p.m. June 21 in the first block of Hill Road on charges of driving under a 12-point suspension and possession of drug paraphernalia, after police responded to a possible overdose call. Myers appeared to be unconscious, but woke up when the officer approached his vehicle. Upon a search, Myers was found to possess a silver socket containing Chore Boy, which is commonly used as a filter when smoking crack cocaine. Officers also knew him not to possess a valid license.
— Tina M. Williams, no address listed, was arrested at 5:51 p.m. June 21 at Walmart on charges of theft and criminal trespass. She allegedly took $85.57 worth of merchandise without paying. There was no explanation given for the criminal trespassing charge, which typically is filed when a subject has been banned from the premises and ignores that.
— Firefighters responded to the 500 block of Continental Drive at 2:22 a.m. Thursday for an odor of something burning. A resident said someone was smoking something and it was coming through the attic into his apartment. The apartment was checked, with no odor of smoke or something burning found.