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— Deputies were called to a Y and O Road home at 11:19 p.m. Tuesday where a woman reported she and and a man had argued earlier in the day and it led to them assaulting each other. The situation was calm at that time and he had left the residence.

— Someone at the Frola Motel, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported at 12:26 a.m. Wednesday the people in the next room were being very loud earlier and when he attempted to get them to quiet down there was an argument, so he called deputies. The other people reported they were in for the night and would not be loud.

— A man reported at 7:50 a.m. Tuesday three people followed him into Swift Mart on state Route 14, Unity Township, where he was spit at and pushed against the wall. He said he did not know them, but they have been harassing him while he drives truck to and from work. The woman involved also called deputies immediately and said the man did a burnout in front of her home and drives like a maniac. They were all told to stop behaving like children and leave each other alone.

— A Brookfield Street, Center Township man reported a Rent-A-Center employee came to his home asking for payment on a bed and he did not have the money at the time. The employee walked into his home uninvited and claimed one of the children had invited him in. The man said his children did not invite the man in. Deputies told the man to contact the Rent-A-Center corporate offices.

Lisbon

— Police were called to an apartment house on North Beaver Street at 1:28 p.m. Tuesday and two men there were told to leave and not come back.

— Police were called to the Dollar General at 5:45 p.m. Sunday about a man exposing himself. The man was gone by the time police arrived, but the security camera showed a man standing at the counter for several minutes after his pants had fallen down. Someone helped the man pull up his pants and tighten his belt. Police checked with the mental housing apartment complex nearby and the person matched the description of a resident. Police told the man in the future he needed a belt that did the job.

— A Thomas Road resident reported at 6:34 p.m. Sunday spray paint from a neighbor was getting on her vehicle. The man was spray painting his car, which he pointed out is across the street from the caller’s home. The man said he would finish the job elsewhere. Police inspected the caller’s car and found no evidence of spray paint.

— A caller reported Tuesday she had taken a man to his home on East Lincoln Way when the woman there started screaming, calling her the devil and saying Gloria Estefan assaulted her. The caller said the woman also tried to assault her but she declined to press charged. Later, the woman called police to say Estefan had assaulted her. The woman’s caseworker was contacted and arrangements were made to have her taken to a local hospital for evaluation.

— Police were called to a home on East Washington Street at 6 p.m. Saturday and stood by while a man removed his belongings. The man was also told to call the county homeless shelter if he needed a place to stay.

East Palestine

— A woman on Tuesday reported her vehicle damaged while parked downtown.

— Police were called to a South Street home at 12:06 a.m. Wednesday. A neighbor said it appeared as if a dog was stuck halfway outside a window and, with the owner at work, the neighbor was unsure how to get him free. Officers were able to get the dog back inside. He did not seem hurt.

— An officer found the gate open at Pure Ohio Wednesday morning.

— Officers responded at 6:35 a.m. Wednesday to DDTA for an alarm drop. An employee had set it off when she got to work. Everything was OK.

— At 9 p.m. Monday, a man was seen stumbling off the Park Avenue sidewalk and onto the road. He was given both a ride home and a warning about public intoxication.

— A woman called about 9 p.m. Monday saying a drunk woman was stumbling around on the 300 block of Alice. Police gave the woman a ride home and a a warning about public intoxication.

— A woman reported Monday her son was involved in a fight with another kid at the park and then was chased away by a man.

— A woman reported Monday her neighbor was yelling and cursing neighborhood children. Police spoke to both woman and told them to mind their own business and leave each other alone.

— A woman asked police on Monday to perform a welfare check on a friend of hers. All was well.

— The Christian House reported about 9 p.m. Sunday people were arguing in the alley close by and disturbing the residents.

— A woman reported Saturday another woman was repeatedly calling and harassing the owners of a North Market business. The woman was told to knock it off or she would be charged with telecommunications harassment.

— A woman at 10 p.m. Friday reported four-wheelers were riding on school property. Police did not find any ATVs.

— Ryan J. Wilson was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear Friday an an East Martin Street home.

— Police were called to the upper basefield field at the park for a report of two vehicles doing donuts in the lot. They were not seen.

— A man reported Friday being threatened by someone he knows.

— A case worker reported Friday a boy was out of control and requested an officer speak with him. The officer did and the boy seemed to calm down.

Leetonia

— Brian K. Mills Jr., 35, Beeson Mill Road, Leetonia, was arrested on a Mahoning County warrant at a Bears Den home Aug. 14.

— Officers responded to a 300 block Somer Street home at 9:59 p.m. Monday in reference to a domestic dispute and found it to be verbal only.

— An officer responded to the 300 block of Columbia at 8:45 p.m. Monday in reference to a child in the road. The officer was unable to find the child, but spoke with the occupants at the residence in question who said the children were in the bath. The occupants also said they had been watching the kid play outside prior to the bath

East Liverpool

— A city police officer was called at 8:47 a.m. Monday to retrieve a cell phone from a man’s property in the 300 block of West 9th Street, where he is prohibited from being.

— Two vehicles were parked for possible tow in the first block of Vine Street at 1:33 p.m. Thursday.

— A female reported at 8:51 a.m. Thursday in the 800 block of Chester that she was being watched by Drug Enforcement Agency agents and had people wanting to kill her. She stated that she was unsure who the murderous individuals were and was unable to provide a description beyond they walk through her woods at night with flashlights.

— A male subject was reported at 12:33 p.m.Thursday in the 100 block of East Third Street, lying in the street after sustaining a head injury. He was taken to the hospital.

— A male subject driving a dark colored pickup with a concealed license plate attempted to use a counterfeit $50 to pay for a $2.56 purchase at a Dairy Queen drive-thru at 10:38 a.m. Wednesday in the 900 block of West 8th Street. Once he thought the cashier was wise to him, he sped off; however, still photographs were retrieved from the surveillance video.

— A Minerva Street woman reported at 9:15 a.m. Sunday that her sister was harassing her, so the officer asked for the sister’s phone number to handle the situation outside of a legal remedy.

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