East Palestine

— Officers responded to a dog complaint on the 90 block of West Grant Street Sunday. A dog jumped the fence and chased the neighbor and their pets.

— Officers were dispatched to the East Palestine Park Pool locker room Sunday regarding a man who looked to be impaired or suffering from a medical problem. Officers were unable to locate the man due to an incoming storm.

— Sunday morning officers found a teenage boy walking on East North Avenue. The boy was picked up and transported back to his residence.

— Police conducted a traffic stop on East Martin Street Saturday night. The driver was found to be under the influence and arrested for OVI.

— Officers responded to a resident on East Main Street who said their phone was malfunctioning and they did not intend to dial 911.

— Charges were filed for domestic violence Saturday when police were dispatched to West Main Street. The subject was transported to Mercy Health Main for evaluation.

— Police were called to the parking lot of Circle K Saturday when a child opened his vehicle door and struck another parked car.

— Officers conducted a welfare check on Park Ave Saturday afternoon to check on a woman who missed her appointment at the hospital.

— Friday police received a call regarding a reckless driver in the area of East Martin and James Street. Officers located the vehicle and the driver admitted doing a burnout.

— A bike abandoned for several days at the East Palestine Municipal Building was dropped off at the police department Friday.

— Officers located contraband in a vehicle pulled over for a tint violation Thursday.

— Wednesday officers conducted a welfare check on a Washington Street woman at the request of a family member. The woman was referred for assistance due to living conditions.

— An officer assisted a driver who locked themselves out of their vehicle Wednesday.

— A man who said he was victim of a fraudulent unemployment claim was advised to contact Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Wednesday.

— An officer was dispatched to a residence on Adams Street Wednesday to check the welfare of a resident. The resident was located and said she was having problems with her wireless service.


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