— After responding to a disturbance reported at 12:12 a.m. Monday at a state Route 154, Middleton Township, home deputies arrested Corey M.S. Evans, 19, who had two warrants from county Municipal Court for charges of domestic violence and improperly handling firearms. After he was taken into custody, deputies also found a syringe on him. He was transported to the county jail.
— Horses were reported on the roadway in the area of Cunningham and Salem Grange Roads at 3:55 a.m. Monday. Deputies checked both roads three times, but did not find the horses.
— Deputies charged James A. Stanley, 37, Windsor Drive, Alliance, with domestic violence at 11:16 p.m. Sunday after an incident involving his father. He was transported to the county jail.
— A Cunningham Road, Salem Township, woman reported at 3:32 p.m. Friday someone posted a Facebook live video making threats toward her and her family. The man involved currently lives in Tennessee. Deputies determined no direct threats were made and explained the process for obtaining a protection order. The prosecutor’s office also was asked to review the incident to see if charges were warranted.
— Deputies responded to a domestic dispute reported at a Riffle Road, Elkrun Township, address at 9:04 p.m. Monday. No violence was reported and those involved separated for the night.
— A traffic stop conducted for observed littering ended with a report to Columbiana County Children Services Saturday. K9 Bax detected the presence of narcotic odor during search of the vehicle. The driver was given a verbal warning for littering and no charges were filed for paraphernalia, a report was filed with children services.
— A traffic stop was conducted for a warrant investigation Saturday on State Route 14 near Commerce Drive.
— Shane A Pratt Jr., 24, of Lisbon was cited for driving under suspension Saturday.
— A wallet was turned in Sunday after it was left at Duke and Duchess.
— Angela Omran, 32, of Washingtonville was arrested and charged with OVI and OVI refusal following a traffic stop near Wine Connection Sunday.
— A woman reported being scammed out of $300 Wednesday by someone claiming they worked for Apple.
— Officers responded to an argument at a residence on East Main Street Thursday.
— Dazhan McKeithen was cited for driving under suspension Thursday night.
— An officer located a dog in the area of East Street and West North Avenue Friday, the dog was taken to the warden for attention.
— An officer was dispatched to West Martin Street Friday in regard to a fox in a residents yard. The resident was advised of the animals behavior and told to avoid the fox if it returned.
— Officers arrested Donna Mineard on a Mahoning County warrant after an officer observed her on East Taggart Street.
— A resident called complaining of loud music at a yard sale on West Martin Street Friday.
— An employee at the city pool reported the smell of marijuana in the area of the pool Friday, officers did not locate anyone smoking. –Friday afternoon, a group of kids called the station to report a man asking kids for marijuana. No description or direction of travel was given to officers. No other reports for similar activity were made.
— Police responded to Huntington Bank Friday afternoon for an alarm tripped by the custodian.
— Friday a West Martin Street resident reported finding a purse in a flower pot in front of Huntington Bank.
— A boy stole a knife from a yard sale on Alice Street Friday evening. Officers contacted the boys mother and brought him to the police station. The matter is being forwarded to juvenile court.
— Friday officers received a call of a drunk and disorderly couple at the street fair. Officers found Joseph Altenburg and Rosie Faulkner at the street fair, both intoxicated. The two were escorted home and warned not to return.
— Officers located suspected narcotics Friday during a traffic stop on Martin Street.
— Officers responded to an altercation at the intersection of North Sumner and East Rebecca Streets Friday.
— Two men fled the scene twice Saturday after attempting to take a selfie in front of an oncoming train on the tracks. Charges are pending.
— Officers seized a dog from a residence on Pinetree Circle Saturday after officers discovered the dog was left without food or water.
— Officers were called to the city park Saturday after receiving a report of a car leaving the scene after damaging another vehicle.
— Officers responded to a South Street residence to deliver a message from the Salem Police Department. The resident was already aware of the message.
— Police responded at 10:52 a.m. Monday to West Fourth Street for a mentally disabled man who was having visual hallucinations, telling police five people were in his car attempting to steal it and another person was inside his closet. The people he was seeing were not there. Officers spoke to his counselor and he was taken to the hospital. Both fire department medics and KLG had responded.
— A caller at 2:52 a.m. Monday reported two suspicious people in a silver Chevy Impala who pulled behind a building on East Sixth Street and a third man who walked up an alley and spoke to them. One man told the caller he was just there to get his grandmother’s mail. Both went into the building and then exited the other side carrying a speaker box and then all three men drove away.
— An intoxicated male reportedly struck himself in the face several times at 10:12 p.m. Sunday on Jennings. Other people present said he had a knife before, but they were able to get it off of him. Fire department medics and EMT arrived and he was taken to the hospital and pink-slipped or ordered to be evaluated.
— A woman from Lexington Avenue reported at 8:53 p.m. Sunday that her ex recently violated a protection order and she’s concerned for her current boyfriend. She heard about claims made through a third party.
— A 17-year-old Salem boy was cited for assured clear distance ahead after his vehicle struck the rear of another vehicle on East State Street at 8:15 p.m. Sunday.
— A 15-year-old girl was charged with delinquency related to a domestic on Cherry Street at 6:40 p.m. Sunday. A woman and her husband said an argument with his juvenile daughter turned physical after the juvenile was told to wash the dishes. She allegedly attempted to punch him and left scratches on his rib area and the stepmother said she was punched three times in the face. The girl told police she wanted to harm herself, so she was taken to the hospital and then transferred to Akron Children’s Hospital in Akron for further evaluation. At 2:10 a.m. Monday, the father arrived at the police station with the girl and she was taken into custody and transported to Tobin juvenile detention center.
— A caller at 6:05 p.m. Sunday reported she and her father were assaulted by his girlfriend, who left in her father’s vehicle. She lives there and had regular access to the vehicle. Due to visible marks on both victims, charges are pending for domestic violence and assault.
— Henry Robinson, 29, of Lisbon, was charged with theft and possession of drug abuse instrument, along with being taken into custody on a warrant, after police were called to Walmart on East State at 5:51 p.m. Sunday for a shoplifter who failed to scan multiple items and tried to leave without paying. While he was in the security office, police were told he tossed something behind a file cabinet. Police found a needle behind the cabinet and he allegedly admitted to tossing it there.
— Police were called at 4:09 p.m. Sunday for trespassers at a house in the 800 block of Newgarden that had been posted for no admittance by the housing department. One of the persons said he lived there and had been told not to be in there. Housing will be contacted.
— Police responded at 1:54 p.m. Sunday to Dollar General on West State Street for a suspicious person, finding a suspect attempting to gain entry into vehicles. The person was detained on an active felony warrant out of Summit County, but Summit County didn’t want them. K-9 Simon indicated to the presence of a narcotic odor and police recovered contraband. Charges are pending prosecutor review. Two credit/debit cards were recovered that she said she didn’t know who owned them.
— Police responded to the Salem Public Library for an alarm at 1:23 p.m. Sunday, but didn’t find anyone in the building. An employee reviewed video footage and discovered a customer entered the building through a door left unlocked and immediately left upon realizing the library was closed.
— An officer at 9:41 a.m. Sunday spoke with a woman about a possible protection order violation, claiming she received a message from a match on a dating site and thought it was her ex-husband even though the photo and location didn’t match.
— Police responded at 3:52 a.m. Sunday to an alleged underage drinking party in the 400 block of East Second Street, locating four juveniles walking who admitted they had been there and were leaving. Their parents were contacted to pick them up.
— Justin Davis, 33, of Irondale, was taken into custody on a warrant from Austintown after a traffic stop at 1:17 a.m. Sunday in Salem. He was turned over to Austintown police.
— A call about a possible unlicensed driver on West State Street resulted in two citations. The driver, a 15-year-old boy from Salem, was cited for no license, and the vehicle owner, Juan Gulco, 22, of Canton, was cited for wrongful entrustment after admitting to knowing the boy didn’t have a license.
— An anonymous caller at 8:30 p.m. Saturday reported narcotics activity in the city. The information will be sent to the Columbiana County Drug Task Force.
— Police responded to Walmart on East State at 3:17 p.m. Saturday for a female employee accused of theft. A summons will be issued.
— A woman at 2:45 p.m. Saturday reported a protection order violation via text messages and a visit to her property. Information will be sent to the prosecutor.