– Police responded to the 1100 block of East State Street at 3:52 p.m. Thursday where the complainant advised she was receiving unwanted calls from an unknown man who wants to fix her computer. He got angry and called back several times after she hung up. She was advised of the options.
– Police responded to the 1000 block of Cleveland Street at 5:01 p.m. Thursday for a domestic in progress. It was verbal only and the people were advised of the options.
– Police received a report of a broken water line in the 300 block of East 4th Street at 7:06 p.m. Thursday and advised the water department.
– A lost man in the 300 block of West 4th Street was provided a ride to a residence in the 300 block of South Lincoln Avenue at 8:20 p.m. Thursday.
– Police responded to the 100 block of West Pershing Street at 10:36 p.m. Thursday where the complainant believed a known person took $40 from his wallet. Police spoke with the suspect who denied it.
– Joshua Lapin, 1080 North Lincoln Ave., was taken into custody in the 2800 block of East State Street at 10:49 p.m. Thursday on an outstanding warrant. He was turned over to a deputy sheriff and taken to the county jail.
– A complainant in the 100 block of North Lincoln Avenue advised police at 1:13 p.m. Thursday he wanted his stepson evicted and was advised of the procedure and options. The complainant brought up other issues from Wednesday and was advised he needed to call when things occur so police can help at the time.
– Neighbors pushed a woman’s vehicle out of a ditch in the 400 block of Park Avenue after she swerved to avoid hitting a squirrel and ended up getting stuck due to the heavy snow. There was no damage to the vehicle or the ditch and she said the next time she would hit the squirrel.
– Joseph M. Smith, 367 W. 9th St., was taken into custody at 11:42 a.m. Thursday on an outstanding warrant for a secret indictment from Columbiana County.
– James K. Colian, 922 W. Pershing St., was taken into custody at 12:12 p.m. Thursday on an outstanding warrant from Columbiana County and taken to the county jail.
– Police advised the street department of snow and ice on the northbound lane of Cunningham Road near the Walmart entrance at 8:50 a.m. Thursday.
– Police responded to a report of a vehicle off the side of the roadway near the U.S. Route 62-state Route 45 interchange at 1:36 p.m. Wednesday and found the vehicle, driven by Edna J. Hillman, 37, Hanoverton, was eastbound on the entrance ramp and slid off the road. The driver was able to drive the vehicle out. No damage was noted and no citation issued.
– Police responded to a possibly disabled vehicle on state Route 14 near Garfield Road at 3:10 p.m. Wednesday. The driver said there was a problem with the transmission and said they were waiting for a tow truck.
– A state Route 344 resident reported at 1:58 p.m. Thursday that an unknown gas station called accusing her of driving off without paying for $42 worth of gas after her debit card was denied at the pump. She said that she does not have a debit card and it must have been a wrong number. An officer attempted to contact the call back number but it was disconnected.
– A South Vine Street woman reported at 1 p.m. Thursday she received a phone call from a man claiming she hit his car and left her number on his windshield, and when she told him she had not hit his vehicle or leave her number, he began yelling at her. Police called the man’s number and spoke with someone who denied ever calling the woman and said no one’s vehicle had been involved in a crash.
– A woman, address not listed, reported at 5:47 p.m. Thursday she received a phone call about a car crash. Police advised the woman the call may possibly be from a prank call website.
– Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on icy roads at 4:28 p.m. Tuesday in which Leah H. Nicoara, 39, Salem, was westbound on East Pershing Street and allegedly slid through the stop sign at Park Avenue, striking a northbound vehicle driven by Marjorie Cross, 68, Salem. No injuries were reported and no citation issued.
– Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on icy roads at 7:42 p.m. Tuesday in which Steven Faber, 55, Salem, was eastbound on East State Street and allegedly slid while turning southbound onto Southeast Boulevard, striking a northbound vehicle in the left turn lane driven by Fayez, Abdlrasul, 61, Salem. There were no injuries reported and no citation issued.
– Barbara L. Bostwick, 51, 631 Franklin Ave., Salem, was cited for improper backing following a two-vehicle crash outside her home at 7:57 a.m. Wednesday in which she allegedly backed from her drive and struck a westbound vehicle driven by Mitchell P. Hawkins, 51, Columbiana. No injuries were reported.
– Police responded to a hold up alarm at 2586 E. State St. B at 6:01 p.m. Wednesday. The suspect had fled the scene and officers were unable to find the person. The incident is under review.
– An officer responded to a North Ellsworth Avenue business at 6:09 p.m. Wednesday where a man was pounding on the back door requesting an ambulance for a medical condition. First Responders and KLG Ambulance responded. He was transported to the hospital for treatment.
– An officer responded to a domestic dispute in the 900 block of Franklin Avenue at 8:34 p.m. Wednesday and found a woman who wanted to leave with her children. No violence had occurred.
– Police conducted a wellbeing check at a Lexington Avenue apartment at 9:23 p.m. Wednesday after the 86-year-old resident’s son reported he hadn’t been able to contact her. She was found deceased of apparent natural causes.
– Police responded to a domestic disturbance at a Woodland Avenue home at 9:40 p.m. Wednesday and found a woman who had had an argument with her husband and wanted him to leave. He was transported to the police station to wait for a family member. The woman was told to file a report after she was sober if she wished to pursue the matter.
– Police responded to an East State Street business at 11:08 p.m. Wednesday to remove a disorderly customer. The customer was warned not to return.
– Officers responded to a domestic disturbance report in the 500 block of East Sixth Street at 11:42 p.m. Wednesday and discovered an intoxicated man who had severely lacerated his wrist while breaking something during an argument at his home. First Responders and an ambulance arrived and transported him to the hospital for treatment.
– Police are investigating a report of a possible sex offense at a 600 block East Third Street home at 2:46 a.m. Thursday.
– A barking dog complaint was received on Bell Avenue at 10:09 a.m. Wednesday. The caller also said she did not believe the dog had food or water. The Alaskan husky was found asleep and there was food and water available.
– A female caller reported at 4 p.m. Wednesday there was a vehicle at the Marathon gas station with two or three children in it and they did not appear to be properly restrained. The vehicle was gone by the time police arrived.
– A 911 hang-up call was received from 140 S. West St. at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday. Police arrived and spoke with the homeowner, who said everything was fine.
-Police assisted a sheriff’s deputy in serving a warrant on someone on South West Street at 9 p.m. Wednesday.
– Police were called to L & G Mower, East Washington Street, at 9:55 p.m. Tuesday, where they found Floyd Gilmore in front of the donation bins. Gilmore said he had just dropped off some items and was going to Smith Oil for some coffee. He was on bicycle and there were no footprints around the building in the snow.
– Chad Ray, East Chestnut Street, reported Monday a boy broke the key to his ATV and was bragging at school about what he had done. An officer spoke with the 11-year-old, who lives on Hill Street, and he admitted breaking the key. The boy and his parents agreed to make restitution, and this was fine with Ray.
– Dustin Cutwright, North Beaver Street, reported his vehicle was egged last Friday.
– Sam Stacey, East Washington Street, reported Wednesday every time the upstairs tenant leaves the dogs bark, and the officer could hear the dogs barking when he arrived. Stacey was told to call back when the tenant arrives home.
– An employee of the county Mental Health Center called at 11 a.m. Wednesday to report that Todd Lewis was there and would not leave. The responding officer told Lewis he could either leave or go to jail, and he chose to leave.
– Waikeen Moore, Franklin Street, reported at 8:27 a.m. Wednesday that someone was possibly inside the residence. After police arrived, they were told it was a mistake and everything was okay.
– Barbara Bostwick, 51, of Franklin Avenue, was cited for improper backing at 7:57 a.m. Wednesday after backing her vehicle from her driveway and colliding with a westbound vehicle driven by Mitchell Hawkins, 51, of Columbiana, who was stopped in traffic. No injuries were reported.
– Police responded for an unknown disturbance at 3:48 a.m. Wednesday in the 1300 block of East State Street where a woman said a male friend was inside her apartment and causing problems with the neighbors. The male had been consuming alcohol and agreed to leave, getting a ride from a female in the apartment. The officer spoke to the neighbors who said the male is always being loud when he’s drinking. They were told to contact the landlord and to call police the next time there’s a noise disturbance.
– An alarm was reported at Walgreen’s in the 2100 block of East State Street at 12:34 a.m. Wednesday. The exterior was found secure and the inside was also checked after a keyholder arrived.
– Officers on patrol at 10:14 p.m. Tuesday heard screaming coming from an apartment in the 200 block of Park Avenue and affirmed all was okay. Several juvenile girls had been watching a scary movie. They were told to be a little quieter.
– Police were called at 9:36 p.m. Tuesday to the 200 block of South Lincoln Avenue for a suspicious vehicle parked in the lot for a half hour. The vehicle left but was seen nearby. When contacted, the driver said she lives on South Lincoln Avenue and they had not properly plowed/salted the lot and she was unable to get back to her apartment. She was told to notify management. She was staying with a relative.
– A runaway/missing juvenile was reported at 8:29 p.m. Tuesday in the 1000 block of East Third Street. A parent reported the juvenile son did not return home after school and was on house arrest with orders to come home after school. The juvenile was entered into the law enforcement data base.
– An officer had a van towed in the 500 block of East Sixth Street after failing to locate the owner at 8:17 p.m. Tuesday. The officer had been attempting to have vehicles parked in the street moved due to the snow emergency parking ban.
– An officer responded at 8:05 p.m. Tuesday to a parking lot in the 200 block of North Broadway Avenue where juveniles were reported throwing snowballs and striking a residence. Several juveniles were found building a snowman, but were not seen throwing snowballs. They were told about the complaint.
– A caller at 7:23 p.m. Tuesday in the 400 block of East Pershing Street called about a tractor truck parked in front of a garage near a shared alley. A neighbor had to move a vehicle off of the street and was afraid of sliding into the truck. The truck was moved.
– Police were called for a line down at 6:50 p.m. Tuesday at Merle Drive and Fairview Avenue. The line was pulled from a residence, but was still attached. The phone company was contacted.
– Police responded to numerous accidents Tuesday night, with no citations issued due to road conditions, including on North Madison, East State Street and West Pershing Street at South Ellsworth Avenue.
– A woman at 4:29 p.m. Tuesday reported receiving a fraudulent cashier’s check for property sold to a person in Georgia on Craig’s List.
– In a follow-up Tuesday to a report about a woman dropping her change purse at Salem Community Hospital and the money being removed, an officer went to the suspect’s home and spoke to her. She denied involvement until the officer told her that her actions were on video. She then reached into her pocket and handed the officer $210 and apologized, saying she felt guilty for doing it. The money was returned to the victim.
– A woman in the 8700 block of Salem Unity Road called at 12:45 a.m. Tuesday about a protection order complaint, reporting that a man who’s not allowed on the property may have removed some equipment that he owns. The equipment was missing. An officer was going to call the man and ask if he took the items.
– Kyle Gray, 23, of Devonshire Drive, was cited for assured clear distance after his eastbound vehicle struck the rear of another eastbound vehicle driven by Debbie Garlock, 41, of Hanoverton, at 9:38 a.m. Tuesday on East State Street.
– Township police responded to several accidents Tuesday night, with vehicles going off the road and getting stuck in ditches or semi trucks getting stuck in the road and unable to make it up hills. Some of the events occurred in the area of U.S. Route 62/state Route 45 near Benton Road, U.S. Route 62 east of Country Club Lane, U.S. Route 62 near Indiana Boulevard, the 1800 block of state Route 344, state Route 9 at Cider Mill Road, North Lincoln Avenue at Old Coach Lane and one Tuesday morning on Chestnut Grove Road. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued.
– Police found a stop sign and shrub had been damaged by a vehicle on West Perry Street at Georgetown Road at 11:28 a.m. Tuesday. The county road department was notified to repair the sign.
– A resident in the 500 block of Benton Road reported at 12:11 p.m. Monday that their mailbox was damaged.
– Jay Drohn, Springfield Road, wished to speak with an officer at 4:20 p.m. Monday about threats he received on Facebook.
– Someone reported at 9:29 a.m. Monday an elderly woman needed assistance on South Main Street. Police found the woman was in need of medical attention and EMS were called.
– Charges were filed on Edna Szwedko of Salem at 4:30 p.m. Monday for failure to pay balance due on city income tax.
– Charges were filed on Kenneth and Paula Clark of Canfield at 4:45 p.m. Monday for failure to file city income tax.
– Charges were filed on Amanda Frost of Columbiana at 5 p.m. Monday for failure to file city income tax.
– A Circle K employee reported at 6:57 p.m. Monday marijuana was found inside the store.
– At 8:13 p.m. Monday police checked on a suspicious person at Circle K. They found the man was there waiting for his girlfriend.
– A woman reported at 11:19 a.m. Tuesday that she inadvertently dropped a small change purse from her coat pocket while she was in the second floor waiting room at Salem Community Hospital, 1995 E. State St. A witness saw a hospital visitor pick up the purse and believed the woman was returning it to an employee, but she did not and later gave the purse to a receptionist. The money had been removed. Hospital security was reviewing video to assist in the investigation.
– Paula Anderson, of the 600 block of East Third Street, reported at 11:37 a.m. Tuesday that her neighbor came over and told her a car struck their fence at the back of residence by the garage. An officer could not locate the car described as a Malibu. The car was supposedly swerving, fish-tailing around, striking the fence and then backing out and taking off westbound through the alley. The officer wasn’t able to find the car in the area, but did find evidence from the vehicle in question.
– Berice Frederick, 39, of East Third Street, was cited for reasonable control after she lost control of her vehicle at 9:48 a.m. Tuesday in the 1000 block of Cleveland Street, started sliding and struck two parked vehicles on the north side of the street. The vehicles were owned by Ohio State Auto Sales on East State Street and Shelly Morrison, of Cleveland Street.
– Shirley Crow, 45, of Lisbon, was cited for reasonable control after her northbound vehicle on Southeast Boulevard slid coming around the curve, crossed the center line and struck a southbound vehicle driven by Brianne Goclano, 26, of Canfield, at 7:58 a.m. Tuesday. Both drivers complained of injuries, but said they did not need medical treatment.
– A woman in the 100 block of West Pershing Street reported at 4:56 a.m. Tuesday that a neighbor threatened to assault her after she asked him to turn down his music. She said the neighbor and another tenant have an ongoing feud over loud music, which they were both playing loudly all evening and police are unable to enforce anything due to zoning issues. She was told her options. Another resident from the 100 block of West Pershing Street called at 1:16 and again at 1:29 a.m. for loud music complaints. Both times officers responded and the area was quiet.
– A suspicious person was reported at 1:49 a.m. Tuesday in the 200 block of East Fourth Street. The man said there were people in an upstairs apartment that the landlord said were not supposed to be there. Officers made contact with the two males who said the resident would be back shortly. They were identified, but the matter was believed to be civil.
– Police were called to the 1200 block of North Ellsworth Avenue at 8:52 p.m. Monday due to a 911 call with the line open. A resident was contacted near the tower and he said there was no problem and that police have been to his home several times in the recent past due to 911 calls indicating near the cell tower as the caller’s location. Officers were notified by dispatch that the call originated elsewhere in the city and the caller was okay and had pocket dialed 911 by accident.
– Police responded with the fire department to the 1000 block of East Third Street at 8:21 p.m. Monday for a medical emergency. A person was transported to Salem Community Hospital.
– Amy Dyke called at 6:11 a.m. Saturday to request her boyfriend be removed from her vehicle, which was stopped at the intersection of Jefferson and Lee streets. The boyfriend, Jason Briones, was gone by the time police arrived, and Dyke was concerned he may be heading back to her home on East Pine Street, but he had not. Dyke said the couple had broken up but Briones returned by climbing in a bedroom window. Dyke said she convinced Briones to leave and offered to give him a ride, but they began arguing, which is when she stopped the vehicle and ordered him out.
– Pamela Sandoe, East Washington Street, reported smelling a strong gas odor at 8:38 a.m. Monday, but the responding officer was unable to detect any suspicious smells.
– The security alarm went off at the Shale Tavern at 8:12 a.m. Monday, but it was later canceled by the alarm company. The officer spoke with a tavern employee, who said everything was fine.
– Shawn Baker, Sherman Street, reported Saturday his vehicle has been egged sometime overnight.
– A dog was reported at large at 11:47 a.m. Monday in the 900 block of North Lincoln Avenue. An officer recalled seeing the dog following two people in the area of East Seventh Street and Superior Avenue who said they were looking for the owner. Both parties were put in contact with each other and the dog was retrieved by the owner.
– A spokesman for Gene’s Drive Thru in the 1700 block of East State Street called at 10:31 a.m. Monday to report finding a magazine from a pistol laying in the drive-thru. The magazine was loaded with ammunition.
– Courtney Fletcher, 19, of East Fourth Street, was cited for reasonable control after she looked away from the road and the westbound car she was driving on Fifth Street at 10 a.m. Monday struck a parked car owned by Debbie Earl of East Fifth Street. Both vehicles sustained disabling damage.
– Police were called at 9:53 a.m. Monday for a suspicious person in the driveway at Wendy’s on East State Street reportedly dancing. The person was gone when police arrived.
– Police were called at 8:11 a.m. Monday to the 400 block of East Fifth Street for an assistance request. An officer found a juvenile fell in the snow and was cold. The juvenile had no injuries and was given a courtesy ride to Reilly school.
– Police were called at 4:21 a.m. Monday to check the well-being of a female resident in the 700 block of North Lincoln Avenue. Officers arrived and made contact with a relative of the female who said everything was fine.
– A resident on Sharp Avenue called at 11:51 p.m. Sunday to request removal of an intoxicated person from a residence in the 300 block. The resident was told the person could not be forced out of the home and was told some options.
– Officers on patrol at 5:41 p.m. Sunday saw what appeared to be suspicious activity in the area of Legacy Lane, checked the area and found that all appeared fine.
– A woman in the 600 block of Woodland Avenue reported at 5:09 p.m. Sunday that numerous people were posting bad things about her on Facebook. An officer was shown the postings which also had comments back from her. She was told not to comment back and to delete the people. She was also told to contact Facebook should it continue. An officer will attempt to contact the main female that the woman said started the harassment.
– Derek Ball, 24, of 955 Home Circle, was taken into custody at his residence at 2:43 p.m. Sunday for an active warrant out of Morrow County for failure to appear on driving under suspension/speed charges. He was taken to the Columbiana County jail to await extradition.
– No injury was reported when an officer was flagged down on state Route 14 by Kimberly Galloway, 49, of North Benton, who reported at 5:56 a.m. Monday that her vehicle struck a deer.
– Loud music was reported at 10 p.m. Sunday at the trailer park in the 400 block of Benton Road. An intoxicated man was contacted and told to turn it down. Police had been called earlier for the same complaint, but were told to disregard it when the music was turned down.
– A juvenile was cited for failure to control after a vehicle struck a patch of slush on the side of the road on Chestnut Grove Road at 1:40 p.m. Sunday and struck a tree. No injuries were reported.
– Rebecca Ewing, 47, of Alliance, was cited for failure to control at 12:04 p.m. Sunday after her vehicle struck a patch of slush on the side of the road on U.S. Route 62 near Country Club Drive, traveled left of center into a ditch, then struck a tree.
– Police were investigating multiple accidents with injuries in the area of Cunningham Road north of state Route 344 at 7:30 p.m. Saturday due to icy road conditions on a hill. A vehicle driven by Justin Brooks, 22, of Salem, was stuck on the hill when a vehicle driven by Terry Crumbaugh, 56, of Leetonia, tried to go around him up the hill and was struck head-on by a pickup driven by George Gamble, 51, of East Liverpool, who was unable to stop downhill on the icy road. Another vehicle driven by John Sayer, of Leetonia, came over the hill, was unable to stop and struck the Brooks vehicle head-on. Two other vehicles came over the hill southbound but were able to avoid crashes by driving into a field, with no injuries or damage. Multiple operators and passengers were transported to Salem Community Hospital with non-life threatening injuries once emergency vehicles could access the scene due to road conditions. The accidents are still under investigation.
– Police responded to a report of a car in the ditch on U.S. Route 62 near Country Club Lane at 6:59 p.m. Saturday, but didn’t locate it. Multiple vehicles were stuck eastbound attempting to go up the hill on U.S. Route 62 near Indiana Boulevard, with the police cruiser unable to travel east due to road conditions. Route 62 was checked westbound to Duck Creek Road with no vehicles in the ditch.
– Randy Yakubek, of the 1600 block of North Lincoln Avenue, reported at 6:29 p.m. Saturday that someone drove a vehicle through his yard and up to the neighbor’s yard. Police followed the tire marks from his driveway through the neighbor’s yard and up the roadway back onto North Lincoln Avenue, leading to an unknown direction of travel.
– A caller at 6:24 p.m. Saturday reported a hit/skip accident involving a westbound truck pulling a trailer that clipped another vehicle on state Route 45, just west of Depot Road. None of the vehicles were found.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Franklin at 1:40 p.m. Sunday for a report of juveniles hanging out an upstairs window. None could be found.
– Police met with a woman from the 600 block of East Fourth Street at 1:40 p.m. Sunday in reference to locating her alleged missing husband. She was told nothing could be done as her husband left on his own free will and was not in danger or missing.
– William Ricchino, of the 800 block of West Pershing Street, reported at 12:56 p.m. Sunday that his portable generator was stolen.
– City police assisted Perry Township Police at 12:15 p.m. Sunday with traffic control for an accident on U.S. Route 62 near Country Club Drive.
– One injury was reported after a hit/skip during poor road conditions from freezing road surfaces with heavy snowfall accumulation at 6:46 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of South Lincoln Avenue and East Pershing Street. A vehicle driven by Tabatha Cunningham, 33, of Franklin Avenue, was stopped northbound on South Lincoln Avenue and was struck from behind by another vehicle. The other vehicle, described as a four-door, went around her and fled the scene east on Pershing Street. Her passenger, William Cunningham, 35, also of Franklin Avenue, had previous medical treatment for an injury and sustained additional minor injuries to his neck/head area as a result of the impact. He was transported to Salem Community Hospital.
– No citation was issued after Christopher Cowling, 27, of Depot Road, lost control of his northbound vehicle due to road conditions and crossed into the path of a southbound vehicle driven by Bradley Eberst, 24, of Hookstown, Pa., causing a collision at 6:44 p.m. Saturday. An occupant in the Eberst vehicle was treated at the scene by EMS for a cut lip.
– No citation was issued after Meg Bell, 20, of Heritage Lane, slid off of West State Street at 6:35 p.m. Saturday and struck a telephone pole. The road was icy and snow covered. No injury was reported.
– An open door was reported at a business at 4:55 p.m. Saturday in the 1000 block of East State Street. An officer was able to secure the door.
– Police at 4:13 p.m. Saturday spoke to a man in the 500 block of Columbia Street about a possible theft. He was told the situation was civil in nature.
– Jeffrey L. Price, 51, of Euclid, was cited for reasonable control after the southbound refrigeration tractor trailer he was pulling at 3:20 p.m. Saturday struck a pole meant to protect pedestrians and a traffic/crosswalk pole while attempting to turn westbound on West State Street from North Ellsworth Avenue. The collision caused disabling damage to the trailer, specifically to the trailer brakes. After completing the turn and continuing west, the trailer went off of the right side of the road, losing a tire and shearing off a light pole. Davidson’s Towing had to tow the vehicle to its destination at FreshMark. Police provided traffic control as the truck was being towed down State Street and had to make the turn at Lincoln, with police escorting it out of the city.
– A clerk at Smith Oil, 968 E. State St., reported at 2:51 p.m. Saturday that an older looking man may have left without paying for $14 worth of gasoline. She said it appeared he was using a card but if he did not use it correctly, it did not charge to the card. The vehicle was described as a green Ford Contour.
– A man on Fourth Street reported at 2:35 p.m. Saturday that he feels he is being harassed by people when he goes to Sparkle Market, 423 S. Lundy Ave., because he said they want him to take a job but he has a sick wife and can’t at this time. An officer will speak with the manager.
– A barking dog was reported at 2:26 p.m. Saturday at North Howard Avenue and Fifth Street, but was not found.
– Police responded at 2:02 p.m. Saturday to the 700 block of Jennings Avenue for a 911 call about a juvenile injured while playing. The parent responded and took care of the problem.
– Dean Slagle, of Salem, reported at 1:58 p.m. Saturday that he was in the Walmart parking lot driving past the front of the store when the occupant of another vehicle flipped him off and acted as though they were going to run into his vehicle. He said he wasn’t familiar with him or why he acted in such a manner.
– Police responded at 1:54 p.m. Saturday to Cunningham Road and East State Street where officers saw two men with a dog at the northeast corner by Dunkin’ Donuts sitting on the ground with a sign saying “travelin’ through, hungry, need help.” They said they came down from Youngstown. They were both identified and one asked what the problem was and was told they were tying up traffic. They were told where to get help and were sent on their way.
– Bruce Whitcher, of Fair Avenue, reported at 1:51 p.m. Saturday that someone removed a five-point plow from his yard.
– Police met with a man from the 600 block of East Fourth Street at the police station at 10:57 a.m. Saturday regarding a domestic. He said he was involved in a domestic dispute with his estranged wife on Thursday. He left on Friday and has not returned to the residence in fear of more violence. Information was sent to the prosecutor’s office for review of possible charges. He said his estranged wife is now bothering family and friends trying to look for him.
– Police were called at 9:44 a.m. Saturday about a suspicious person in the 600 block of Columbia Street headed towards South Lincoln Avenue. He was described as a male wearing a tan hunting coat, scruffy-faced, wearing a ball cap and carrying a large piece of pipe. He was not found.
– Police responded to a 911 call at 9:28 a.m. Saturday in the 1200 block of Robin Avenue, but learned it was accidental, from a small child dialing the phone.
– A barking dog was reported at 8:27 a.m. Saturday in the 800 block of Jennings Avenue, reportedly barking for hours. An officer spoke to the owner of a dog which was barking but he said the dog had only been out for 15 minutes and barks when he wants back in. The officer did not locate the dog in question.
– Jonah McIntosh, 28, of North Lincoln Avenue, was cited for assured clear distance after failing to stop in time for slowing traffic while eastbound on East State Street at 3:22 p.m. Friday and striking the rear of a vehicle driven by David Haluska, 62, of Columbiana.
– A man reported at 1:07 a.m. Saturday his neighbor below him in building 333 at Columbiana Manor apartments was being loud on two occasions and, when confronted, appeared intoxicated and spoke to him in a threatening manner. The caller was told to contact police first the next time.
– A bad check in the amount off $211 was reportedly received at Eyecatchers on Saturday from Julia Adams.
– An unknown male reported Saturday receiving harassing calls from a possible wrong number.
– Brian Pieren, Pueblo Lane, was arrested Saturday on a charge of failing to file his city income tax.
– The highway patrol reported a blue Blazer went into a ditch off state Route 14 near Firestone Tire at 5 p.m. Saturday, but the responding officer was unable to locate the vehicle.
– Tina Cutwright reported there was a reckless driver behind her in traffic at the intersection of state Route 164 and South Main Street at 6:31 p.m. Saturday. Police caught up with the vehicle and observed no driving violations.
– Angel Hill asked for an officer to be present when she picked up her son at her ex-husband’s home on Union Street at 9 p.m. Saturday.
– Stephanie Scyoc asked for an officer to be present when she picked up her children at her ex-husband’s home on Union Street at 9:44 p.m. Saturday.
– Stefany Noling, East Park Avenue, reported at 10:46 p.m. Saturday she wanted her father, who does not live there, to leave the residence she shares with her mother. The mother told police her ex-husband could take the car and phone, which he did and left.
– A caller reported there was a dog tied outside a residence at 224 Quincy Ave. at 11:54 p.m. Saturday and it could not reach shelter. Police were unable to contact the owners, but a neighbor said they are often away on weekends. Police took the dog for safekeeping due to the cold and the fact there was no access to necessary nourishment. The dog was being kept until the owners can be located, and possible animal cruelty charges could result.
– A person who lives on Bristol Lane called at 2:54 a.m. Sunday to report his son was drunk and messing up the house.
– Michael Milicevic, of Brunswick, reported at 2:11 a.m. Saturday at Club Fuel, 188 Railroad St., that he recently performed there and accidentally left behind a notepad valued at $200. He returned and spoke with the owner, but the notepad could not be found although the charger for the notepad was located.
– Police responded to the 1200 block of North Ellsworth Avenue for a report at 1:37 a.m. Saturday of three people walking south causing a commotion. Upon arrival, an officer saw two males walking south in the 1000 block. One of them said they had just dropped off an intoxicated friend at a residence and she was being very loud.
– Police responded to the 500 block of Walnut Street for a report at 1:35 a.m. Saturday of an unknown person pounding on a man’s door. Contact was made with the person who recently moved out of the apartment and had a few more belongings he wanted to retrieve. An agreement was made between the current tenants so he could enter to gather his belongings.
– Michael Harbold II, 28, of Blossberg, Pa., was charged with physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol after police were called at 1:03 a.m. Saturday to the 500 block of South Broadway Avenue for a male passed out in the driver seat of his vehicle. Officers were able to wake the person after several attempts and found he was intoxicated. Harbold was taken into custody and transported to the Columbiana County jail.
– An officer on patrol at 11:58 p.m. Friday in the 100 block of Railroad Street saw two males who appeared to be urinating in the area of Hunt Club Lanes. Both were identified, warned and sent on their way.
– Police were called at 10 p.m. Friday to the 500 block of Walnut Street for a verbal dispute between a mother and her adult daughter. Both were told the consequences should their actions continue. Police returned to the property at 10:51 p.m. for another dispute between the two. The mother said her daughter called her mother (the daughter’s grandmother) and now she’s harassing her, too. All persons were told to stay away from each other.
– A burglary was reported at 9:33 p.m. Friday in the 900 block of Park Avenue where the victim said someone entered his house through a window and stole items from inside his dresser. The burglary was under investigation.
– A barking dog was reported at 8:20 p.m. Friday in the 400 block of West School Street, but was not found.
– Police were called at 6:46 p.m. Friday to check the well-being of a man in the 400 block of West State Street. He was found to be okay.
– A neighbor dispute was reported at 4:58 p.m. Friday in the 400 block of Aetna Street where police found a man outside who was upset and didn’t appear to know why police were called. The resident who called said his neighbor removed a section of fence and threw it at his fence and was screaming, using vulgar language and threatened his wife. The man denied all allegations. The resident and his wife wanted to provide written statements and were told information will be sent to the prosecutor’s office. The man was told to stay away from the property.
– A domestic between a juvenile brother and sister was reported at 4:34 p.m. Friday in the 900 block of North Ellsworth Avenue. The sister said they had a verbal dispute which led to threats being made towards her. The brother said they had an argument and he made some threatening statements. The parents arrived home and options were discussed. The brother was going to another family member’s house for the night.
– A dog was reported running at large at 4:20 p.m. Friday in the 1700 block of East State Street, but was not found.
– Joseph R. Bradford, 35, of 9 Chestnut St., Leetonia, was cited for license forfeiture suspension and expired registration after a traffic stop on state Route 344 at Old 558 at 11:40 a.m. Nov. 16. A passenger, Amber G. Jones, 35, of 9 Chestnut St., Leetonia, was cited for wrongful entrustment for allowing Bradford to operate her vehicle knowing he was suspended. The vehicle was towed.
– Frank Gregorino, Butcher Road, reported Thursday that within the past few weeks someone took his aluminum brake bender. The tool is used primarily in bending the aluminum trim that goes around windows. Anyone with information is asked to contact police, 427-0808.
– Police were called to the Family Dollar at 6:33 a.m. Friday after a delivery truck struck electric meters breaking one.
– An Edgewood Court resident reported at 9:57 a.m. Friday that the carbon monoxide monitor sounded. The fire department determined that the monitor malfunctioned.
– A man reported a wide-open post office vehicle in the area of North Middle Street and West Salem Street at 1:28 p.m. Friday.
– Police located a vehicle in a ditch on Springfield Road at 1:31 p.m. Friday. The owner of the vehicle said that Steve’s Towing was coming to tow the car out.
– Miranda Corbin was traveling east towards the eastern exit of D’Lux Motors at 2:11 p.m. Friday when she was hit by an employee after the employee pulled into a parking space and backed up.
– Police were requested near Lindsey and Associates at 5:02 p.m. Friday after a woman was blocked into a parking space.
– A reckless driver was spotted on state Routes 14 and 164 at 5:52 p.m. Friday, but police were unable to get to the vehicle as it left city limits. Information was sent to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
– A woman at the Chang Tai reported at 6:45 p.m. Friday that she was blocked into a parking space by a truck and does not see the driver anywhere.
– A resident of Columbiana Manor, West Salem Street, reported at 1:07 a.m. Saturday that he was threatened by a downstairs neighbor who was reportedly intoxicated.
– Christine M. Langas, 53, 425 Main St., Washingtonville, was arrested for theft after allegedly attempting to remove $107.16 worth of merchandise from an East State Street business at 1:07 p.m. Thursday.
– Brock R. Ward, 30, 623 1/2 E. Third St., Salem, was arrested at his home at 2:26 p.m. Thursday for a parole violation.
– Police responded to a dispute between a mother and daughter in the 500 block of Walnut Street at 6:42 p.m. Thursday. The mother said the daughter had left and that no threats or violence occurred.
– Marra L. McFarland, 26, 353 S. Ellsworth Ave., Salem, was charged with misdemeanor counts of prostitution and possessing criminal tools after police arrested her at her home at 7:08 p.m. Thursday while assisting the Alliance Police Department on a joint investigation that was initiated in Alliance.
– Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 700 block of East Fifth Street at 8:15 p.m. Thursday where the resident said she had a verbal dispute with her mother who had already left.
– Austin M. Sodul, 18, 942 Homewood Ave., Salem, was charged with possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop at 10:14 p.m. Thursday in the 700 block of North Lincoln Avenue.
– David R. Dillon, 24, 175 W. 16th St., Salem, was arrested for disorderly conduct after police responded to a report of a burglary in progress in the 1100 block East Fourth Street home at 11:58 p.m. Thursday. Dillon had fled the scene and was apprehended in the 1200 block of East Third Street. He was intoxicated and had allegedly been pounding on the door of the home in the report, shouting that he wanted in to get warm.
– Ian M. Iagulli, 22, 1194 E. Third St., was arrested at his home at 3:29 a.m. Friday on an active warrant out of the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear on an assault charge.
– Police responded to a 100 block Woodland Avenue home at 4:46 a.m. Friday where the resident reported someone overnight had damaged a bush in the front yard.
– Luis R. Ramos, 24, Youngstown, was cited for driving under suspension following a traffic stop for speed in the 1000 block of North Lincoln Avenue at 5:58 a.m. Friday.
– A North Lincoln Avenue woman reported at 4:42 p.m. Wednesday that someone had threatened damage to her property during a Facebook conversation with a member of her family. The Salem Police Department had also been made aware of the situation since the complainant’s property is in Salem.
– A West State Street resident reported at 11:09 p.m. Wednesday being chased into his residence by a pitbull-type dog. The dog approached the officer upon arrival and was placed in the rear of the cruiser until the humane agent arrived.
– An officer investigated a reported overnight burglary at a Benton Road business at 9:26 a.m. Thursday. During the investigation the officer discovered a neighboring business had also been broken into.
– A Goshen Road resident reported at 4:21 p.m. Thursday that a suspicious vehicle with a trailer and persons had become stuck in the yard of a vacant neighboring property. The vehicle had left prior to officer’s arrival. The resident said the individuals claimed to be winterizing the foreclosed upon home for a bank. An officer returned to the home for suspicious activity at 9:49 a.m. Friday and found three women cleaning out the home. One of the women, Jessica C. Kiehl, 27, 44490 state Route 517, Columbiana, was arrested on an active warrant out of the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear on a theft charge. Proper papers were later provided that showed the individuals were at the residence to winterize and clean it.
– Police responded to a Plymouth Place home at 5:56 p.m. Thursday where the residents reported hearing noises outside the home. An officer checked the perimeter but was unable to find anything suspicious.
– Amber N. Jones, 33, North Beaver Street, reported at 4:57 a.m. Thursday she just noticed her Playstation 3 system and Call to Duty game were missing from her apartment. She said it was there the day before, but she had gone grocery shopping and left the door unlocked.
– Employees at the Sparkle supermarket reported receiving threatening calls at 2:47 a.m. Thursday. Officers patrolled the area but no one showed up.
– A 911 call from an unknown person at the Dutch Village Inn was received at 10:45 a.m. Thursday. Police located the caller in a room, and the person said they called 911 by mistake.
– Nicole Wright was taken into custody on South Elm Street at 3:58 p.m. Thursday on an arrest warrant out of the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office.
– An officer responded to a South Union Avenue home at 9:28 a.m. Wednesday for a well being check and found an adult man who said he was having emotional troubles and wished treatment at the hospital. He was transported by ambulance to the hospital for evaluation.
– Police responded to a report of a woman sitting in the middle of Southeast Boulevard and Franklin Street at 9:58 a.m. Wednesday but were unable to find anyone.
– A South Union Avenue resident reported at 11:27 a.m. Wednesday a longterm issue with a family from the East Palestine/East Liverpool area now living in Salem, leading to harassment at school and threats of violence on Facebook from the grandmother of the suspect because of the bullying reports at the school. The resident said she had already attempted to cease contact with the grandmother, but had recently received a threatening text.
– An officer responded to an East State Street business at 1 p.m. Wednesday where a woman had allegedly had a credit card denied following a $15.50 haircut and never returned after going for her husband in the store. The woman was contacted and told to make payment arrangements or face charges.
– An officer responded to the 1300 block of Southeast Boulevard at 3:52 p.m. Wednesday for a report of a 10-year-old trying to get home. The officer transported the child home, his mother said she told him to walk the one block home from the bus stop if she could not make from work. The officer found family members to be actively looking for the child and warned him to listen to his mother next time.
– An officer conducted a wellbeing check at a 1700 block East State Street business at 4:22 p.m. Wednesday and found two men creating a disturbance. They said they were all right and agreed to leave.
– A West State Street resident reported at 4:33 p.m. Wednesday being followed and harassed by an individual in the city.
– A North Lincoln Avenue resident reported at 4:33 p.m. Wednesday receiving a text message from someone threatening damage to her vehicle. Officers found the incident to be Perry Township and advised her to contact that department.
– An officer responded to a West Fifth Street home at 5:02 p.m. Wednesday where a resident reported someone overnight had unloaded a pile of organ pipes and an old air compressor in his backyard. He said he sometimes scraps items, but was unaware of anyone who dropped them off.
– An East Third Street resident reported at 7:11 a.m. Thursday that a neighbor in the housing complex removed her property from the basement and sold it at an Alliance pawn shop.
– Constable Dan Valentine received a report from a resident in the 38000 block of Butcher Road at 8:09 p.m. Wednesday advising that within the past few weeks an aluminum brake bender, valued at $1,100, was stolen. Anyone with information should contact Valentine at 330-427-0808. The bender is used primarily used for bending the aluminum trim that goes around windows.
– Cindy McCoy was northbound on South Main Street at 1:29 p.m. Wednesday and Robert Hasson failed to yield from a private drive and struck McCoy. Hasson was cited for failure to yield from a private drive.
– A man reported at 5:24 p.m. Wednesday a suspicious vehicle was outside the Building Blocks Daycare for about 15 minutes. Police checked but did not see the vehicle.
– A one-vehicle traffic accident that occurred Wednesday morning sent Tabitha N. Lively, 31, Applegate Road, Lisbon, and passengers Morgan Lively, 7, and Brady Lively, 5, to a local hospital. Ms. Lively was driving into town on South Lincoln Avenue at 8:17 a.m. Wednesday when she went off the road, striking a tree. She was cited for failure to control but the investigation is continuing after a witness who followed the vehicle into town said it had crossed the center line several times and nearly struck an oncoming vehicle twice.
– Robert S. White, North Jefferson Street, reported Tuesday he did not think it right that his neighbor was able to live in Lisbon while driving vehicles with Florida license plates. White was told that it was legal if his neighbor has a second residence in Florida, but White said he still did not think it fair as a taxpayer and planned to contact the bureau of motor vehicles.
– Marco Antonio Diaz-Solis, 28, of Canton, was cited for having no operator’s license after a traffic stop at 3 p.m. Monday on West Pershing Street at Georgetown Road. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
– A caller at 9:30 a.m. Monday reported a possible intoxicated driver traveling north on state Route 45 from Lisbon. Police saw the vehicle on state Route 45 and initiated a traffic stop, but saw no violation and smelled no odor of alcohol.
– Police were called to Plymouth Place to check on an empty house where the back door was open. An officer checked and secured the door.
– Wires were reported down in the 100 block of West Pershing Street at 7:07 a.m. Monday. Police determined they were cable wires and removed them from the road.
– Dakota Frank, 18, of McCormick Road, Salineville, was cited for fictitious plates and windshield wipers required after a traffic stop at 9:44 a.m. Saturday on East Pidgeon Road. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
– Police spoke with a man in the 1700 block of East State Street at 5:02 a.m. Wednesday for several issues he was having. Police had been called to the residence at 7:40 p.m. Tuesday by the same man for a dispute between two roommates. He wanted his roommate removed, but was told that’s not an option since they both live there. They were told to stay in separate rooms since they could not get along. Police had also been called there at 7:17 p.m. Tuesday for a distraught/upset person over an incident with a jacket. The man had a jacket belonging to the neighbor. The jacket was returned and they were told to stay away from each other so there would be no more problems.
– A barking dog was reported at 3:36 a.m. Wednesday at North Ellsworth Avenue and Third Street. An officer responded and saw a garbage truck in the area that may have caused the dog to bark. No barking was heard by the officer.
– A woman reported suspicious activity at 12:38 a.m. Wednesday in the 1200 block of Court Street where three males appeared to be removing scrap from a residence. When people confronted the men, they fled in a green van. Officers searched the area but could not find the van.
– An anonymous caller at 10:31 p.m. Tuesday reported a suspicious vehicle parked on the street unoccupied in the 800 block of East Sixth Street. An officer made contact with a resident who said the vehicle belonged to someone visiting. The vehicle was moved into the drive.
– Karleen Dole of Salem reported at 9:02 p.m. Tuesday that her vehicle had been parked unattended for 10 minutes in the parking lot of Centennial Park near the tennis courts and when she returned, someone had dumped garbage onto the windshield and hood. An officer assisted her with getting most of the garbage off the vehicle and back into the garbage can.
– A domestic was reported at 8:51 p.m. Tuesday in the 200 block of West 14th Street where a man said his girlfriend was taking belongings out of the house, but he did not want her to because he alleged she owes him money. She said she has lived there three years and the items she’s taking belong to her. They were told it’s a civil issue. No physical violence occurred.
– An anonymous person met with an officer at 8:22 p.m. Tuesday to advise about possible drug activity going on at various places in the city. Information will be passed on to the Columbiana County Drug Task Force.
– A vehicle was found parked in a no parking zone at 8:03 p.m. Tuesday in the 400 block of Washington Avenue. The owner was contacted to move the vehicle.
– An officer was dispatched to the Smith Center apartments on Fourth Street at 7:33 p.m. Tuesday to assist a resident with his door. He said he was not able to close his sliding glass door and wanted his front door unlocked for a friend who was coming. The fire department was already on the scene and assisted.
– An officer on patrol at 4:37 p.m. Tuesday saw an unoccupied van parked in a gravel lot with the passenger door hanging wide open in the 400 block of Franklin Street. Nothing appeared disturbed inside. The owner was located across the street and said a child must have left the door open by accident. The door was secured.
– An officer on patrol at 4:23 p.m. Tuesday saw an illegally parked vehicle with the left side to the curb. A warning tag was placed on the vehicle.
– The security alarm at the county government services building went off at 8:34 a.m. Saturday and police found an outer door at Veterans Services that was unsecure. An employee with a key was notified.
– A village woman reported there was someone knocking on her door at 8:46 a.m. Sunday. The person turned out to be the caretaker, who said she is now there twice a day every day.
– Someone reported at 8:42 a.m. Tuesday someone doing community service in the park appeared to be impaired. Police found the person had a medical issue.
– Holly Rankin, Pueblo Lane, reported at 10:24 a.m. Tuesday her 18-year-old son was out of control and possibly on something. EMS were called to the home and charges are pending.
– Melanie Clark, East Friend Street, reported at 6:35 p.m. Tuesday she was receiving harassing phone calls.
– A woman reported at 8:26 p.m. Tuesday she went out to her car at Southern Terrace Park and found a man inside, who ran away when she approached. Nothing was missing from the vehicle.
– Michael Davis, South Main Street, was arrested at 9:58 p.m. Tuesday for failure to file city income tax.
– A woman reported at 11:43 p.m. Tuesday she was driving behind someone who was possibly intoxicated on state Route 164. The vehicle headed west on state Route 344 out of the city’s jurisdiction.
– Rebecca Palmer, of the 800 block of North Lincoln Avenue, reported at 3:01 p.m. Tuesday that a vehicle came into the parking lot at a high rate of speed, turned around and headed south. The report said vehicles from Salem High School do it to get around the traffic backed up trying to get out of F.E. Cope Drive. They turn right to go north, then turn in the drive to go back out and head south. An officer used the license plate number provided to locate the driver, who said he would not do it again.
– A resident in the 200 block of Vine Avenue came over to an officer handling another complaint at 2:23 p.m. Tuesday and reported he saw a known man attempting to gain entry into a vacant apartment. The man was using an identification card which ended up breaking into two pieces, then pulled the card out and took off running. No entry was gained. Officers could not find him. The manager was advised.
– Loud music was reported at 2:12 p.m. Tuesday in the 800 block of East Third Street, with the resident given a warning.
– A woman from InstaCopy, 157 N. Ellsworth Ave., reported at 1:40 p.m. Tuesday that a man was dumpster diving at the business and another person had taken a photo of him. He was operating a gray Chevy pickup. The business does not allow trespassers in the dumpster.
– A woman in the 1100 block of Cleveland Street reported at 1:22 p.m. Tuesday that an unknown person gained access to her account through the Internet and attempted to purchase items. The bank took care of the situation, but asked her to file a police report.
– Brent Rupert of the Side Door, 530 S. Broadway Ave., reported at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday that money was missing from the business. It was discovered when the business reopened after Saturday night. No forced entry was reported and he said he spoke to employees about the incident.
– A barking dog was reported at 12:58 p.m. Tuesday, secured inside a fence in a back yard on East Pershing Street. A warning tag was left.
– A cable line was reported down on Franklin Avenue at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday. An officer tied it off and placed pieces found in the road by the pole.
– Christy Culler, 35, of 462 1/2 Franklin Ave., was taken into custody at 10:41 a.m. Tuesday at her residence for a warrant for failure to appear for a felony probation violation for trafficking in drugs.
– Donald Weyand of East Liverpool reported at 9:55 a.m. Tuesday that his vehicle was parked overnight in the 200 block of West Wilson Street and in the morning he found his 30-day temporary tag ripped up into small pieces and a rear driver side tire cut and flat.
– A woman in the 500 block of Walnut Street reported at 9:04 a.m. Tuesday that her boyfriend tore up mail that was addressed to an ex-boyfriend.
– Police responded at 8:44 a.m. Tuesday to Smith Oil, 968 E. State Street, where a woman had locked herself into the female restroom accessed from outside. She wanted her estranged boyfriend to leave her alone and said he wouldn’t leave when asked. He told an officer he wanted his clothing out of her storage unit so he could change. Officers spoke with both of them and they went their separate ways, with him yelling at her and her yelling back. The boyfriend was told if he continued yelling and not leave, he’d be arrested.
– Police responded to the area of Franklin Avenue and Southeast Boulevard for a report at 7:27 a.m. Tuesday of children playing with downed lines. Police found no children in the area and determined the lines to be cable/telephone.
– Police responded at 2:20 a.m. Tuesday to the 300 block of South Broadway Avenue for a reported dispute between two males, but nobody was located.
– Police were called for a domestic dispute in the 900 block of West State Street at 12:36 a.m. Tuesday when a woman said her boyfriend took her papers to be delivered and took off with them. When officers arrived, he had returned to give back the papers. She was tired of his actions and said she wanted to leave the city, with officers telling her she was free to leave. Contact was made with the male who requested an ambulance, saying he wanted to commit himself. He was taken to Salem Community Hospital.
– Police conducted a well-being check for a male at 9:59 p.m. Monday in the 500 block of Walnut Street. He was preparing to leave and said he was fine.
– An officer on patrol on Cedar Ridge at 9:05 p.m. Monday saw a vehicle parked with the left side to the curb and contacted the owner who moved the vehicle.
– A red Jeep was reported being driven in a reckless manner at 8:58 p.m. Monday on South Lincoln Avenue at Carbon Street, but was not found.
– Police were called at 7:50 p.m. Monday to the 600 block of Ohio Avenue for a dog running loose. The dog was located dragging a broken chain still attached to its collar. An officer located the owner who was unaware the dog’s chain had broken and took the dog inside.
– An officer was called to the police station at 7:25 p.m. Monday for a dispute in the lobby between a male and female. The man said he met his sister there to exchange property that belonged to him and his sister and her husband started a verbal confrontation. She said he gave a cell phone to a juvenile family member and she did not want the juvenile to have the phone. They were told it’s a civil matter, to exchange the property and leave.
– An anonymous caller at 6:12 p.m. Monday reported vehicles driving around the barricades at West Tenth Street and Jennings Avenue that were put in place due to storm damage. The street department was contacted to put up more barricades.
– Matthew Shamp, of East Perry Street, reported at 5:13 p.m. Monday that the front passenger side corner of his vehicle was struck while parked in the lot at a business on Allen Road. The other vehicle apparently left the scene. The vehicle had been struck in the same area at the same location two weeks ago, also, with a prior police report filed.
– Police were called at 5:03 p.m. Monday to the 400 block of Sharp Avenue for a possible break-in. Officers found a person in the driveway who said a family member was moving out and he was waiting for him to arrive to help haul items in his truck. He had walked to the back and looked at a notice on the door. The property owner arrived and told police an observant neighbor saw the man and thought he might be trying to break inside. He said everything was okay.
– Police were called to the 1000 block of Jennings Avenue at 4:18 p.m. Monday to check the well-being of a man on behalf of a family member who received a suspicious phone call. He said he was fine and was told to contact the family member.
– Father Bob Edwards of St. Paul Church called to speak to an officer at 3:06 p.m. Monday to advise of some concerns over a couple of people who seemed to cause a disturbance in or around the church near the 100 block of Ohio Avenue. He was told to call police if needed.
– Michael Seaman, 47, of Cleveland Street, was cited for failure to yield after pulling from a private drive in the 2800 block of East State Street at 1:02 p.m. Monday and striking a vehicle driven by Ryan Keller, 33, of West Seventh Street.
– An anonymous caller at 12:50 p.m. Monday reported a vehicle lockout with a child inside in the 1200 block of Southeast Boulevard, but none could be located.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 12:43 p.m. Monday on East Pershing Street, but was not found.
– A woman called at 12:28 p.m. Monday with concerns regarding her ex-husband’s living conditions, explaining he’s to be out of a residence on West Pershing Street by Dec. 4 due to eviction and the owner has shut the water off and removed all toilets from the building. The complaint was forwarded to the city housing and zoning department.
– An anonymous caller at 11:31 a.m. Monday reported a used syringe/needle on the ground in the area of Sugartree Alley and North Lundy Avenue. An officer recovered the needle to dispose of it properly.
– Daniel Ziegler Jr., 20, of 748 E. Pidgeon Road, was taken into custody and turned over to Smith Township Police on a warrant for unlawful sexual conduct with a minor after city police were called to assist Smith Township and Perry Township officers on East Pidgeon Road at 11:05 a.m. Monday regarding a missing juvenile. The 15-year-old female runaway was found with an adult male and was taken into custody by Smith Township.
– Police were called to the 600 block of East Third Street regarding a theft report at 10:43 a.m. Monday. A man said he did not steal the phone his sister alleged he stole and she came out yelling that he did steal the phone, which belonged to another man there. The phone was not found.
– Carly Brunie, 22, of 646 E. Ohio Ave., Sebring, was charged with theft after police were called to Walmart, East State Street, for an alleged shoplifter who placed several items in a cart and inside a reusable shopping bag also obtained inside the store and attempted to leave without paying Monday morning. The cart contained $223 worth of merchandise.
– No citation was issued after a man drove through the barricade at Jennings Avenue and Rea Drive, causing scratches to the hood and roof of the vehicle at 8:47 a.m. Monday. The driver said he did not see the barricade, which was put up due to storm damage.
– At 8:26 a.m. Monday, a caller was upset his neighbor was cutting up limbs and taking them for personal use in the area of Jennings Avenue between 10th and Rea Drive. An officer responded and determined the neighbor was not impeding Ohio Edison or city workers clearing the roadway. He was permitted to help due to the street department having multiple locations in the city to check where limbs were down.
– A spokesman for a company in the 1400 block of Allen Road reported at 8:17 a.m. Monday that someone entered the building over the weekend and removed several items, including scrap metal. Some of the scrap metal was recovered.
– Donna Mason, West Washington Street, reported at 1:29 p.m. Nov. 13 a semi-truck cut the corner and drove up over the curb and her lawn. Mason said she signaled the driver to stop but he kept going. She was told police do cite truckers for driving off state routes every time they witness it.
– Police were called to the alternate school at the county juvenile court building at 11:17 a.m. Nov. 13 in regard to an unruly juvenile, who refused to calm down, even while the officers were present. The boy was upset over an assault that occurred while he was playing football in the gym. The boy was taken into custody and brought to the police department before being released to his parents.
– An employee of the alternate school at the county juvenile court building called Nov. 6 to report a 17-year-old boy has been making threats in class that were overheard by students and teachers alike. The boy said he was going to kill someone someday because he was filled with hate.
– Police were called to a home on East Lincoln Way at 9:45 a.m. Friday to assist an ambulance crew called to scene. The man had calmed down by the time an officer arrived and the ambulance crew said everything was fine.
– Police were asked to go to a home at noon Friday to stand by if needed while a court order was served for Jamie Toalston to take immediate custody of the children of the late Holly Davis Toalston. The children were located on North Market Street
– Someone reported at 8:32 a.m. Monday an erratic driver westbound on state Route 14. Police checked the area and found the vehicle going northbound on state Route 46.
– Joseph Yank, Youngstown, was stopped in traffic at the light at state Routes 14 and 164 and was struck by Michael Jones, Deerfield, when he traveled through the intersection. Jones was cited for failure to stop for signal lights.
– Jamie Martin, of the 500 block of Aetna Street, reported at 7:42 a.m. Monday that someone emptied bags of leaves onto her porch sometime overnight.
– An anonymous caller reported at 7:33 a.m. Monday that someone driving a blue Volkswagon drove through the barricade on Jennings Avenue at Rea Drive. Police were unable to find the vehicle, but remained on the scene until city workers arrived with additional barricades.
– A woman from the 1000 block of North Ellsworth Avenue came to the police station at 7:31 a.m. Monday to speak with an officer about a jet that flew over her house the night before.
– A mail carrier found a driver’s license in the Broadway Plaza at 7:13 a.m. Monday and turned it over to police. An officer will try to contact the owner.
– A man called at 6:47 a.m. Monday about two large dogs running loose on Sharp Avenue, preventing him from walking on the sidewalk. An officer arrived and noted the dogs appeared friendly and were running around a house. The owner was contacted and took them inside.
– An alarm was reported at 4:46 a.m. Monday in the 700 block of South Broadway Avenue. The business appeared secure. A keyholder responded and all appeared fine.
– Police at 3:25 a.m. Monday responded to the 1000 block of East State Street regarding a domestic dispute. A male and female had an argument and the male allegedly threatened to hit her. He left and never actually hit her. She was told her options.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Arch Street at 11:04 p.m. Sunday for an audible alarm at a closed business. The exterior was found secure.
– A man from Roosevelt Avenue reported at 10 p.m. Sunday that a dispute with his girlfriend occurred at Walmart on East State Street and he left her at the business, but was concerned about her coming to his residence to retrieve property and causing a problem. Before police made contact with him, she had already retrieved her things without incident.
– An anonymous caller at 8:51 p.m. Sunday reported the theft of a credit card and a missing cell phone. The person was reluctant to file a report and did not want to provide a name because they did not want it in the paper.
– An alarm was reported at a business in the 1400 block of Allen Road at 7:49 p.m. Sunday, but the building appeared secure. An employee responded.
– A dispute was reported at 7:47 p.m. Sunday in the 800 block of Southeast Boulevard where a man reported his ex-wife had been there causing problems. She left before police arrived and could not be located.
– Rex Allen of Eastview Drive reported at 7:28 p.m. Sunday that someone threw eggs at the back of his residence.
– An officer on patrol at 6:25 p.m. Sunday saw a vehicle with lights on in the parking lot of a closed business on Continental Drive. An officer checked the vehicle and was able to turn the lights off.
– Police responded to a report at 6:17 p.m. Sunday of a person loitering in the Salem Plaza parking lot, but nobody was found.
– Meta Cramer, pastor of the Salem First Presbyterian Church, 436 E. Second St., called at 4:43 p.m. Sunday regarding graffiti on the property. Police also saw what appeared to be new graffiti at the rear of a building in the 500 block of East Second Street and at the rear of a building in the 500 block of East Third Street.
– Police responded at 3:09 p.m. Sunday for a dispute between two people in the Broadway Plaza parking lot. A man said he was pulling into the lot when an older gentleman flipped him off. He stopped to ask him what was the problem and said the gentleman threatened to shoot him. Contact was made with the older man and he had no weapons in this possession, but was advised of the consequences of making such a statement. The dispute was over whether the complainant used his turn signal or not.
– A residential alarm was reported at 12:32 p.m. Sunday on West Ninth Street. The exterior was found secure.
– Police responded at 10:48 a.m. Sunday to the 1700 block of East Third Street to check the well-being of a juvenile and check on a possible interference with custody problem. Police determined the boy was okay. Contact was made with Children Services about the open case. Nothing gave officers a reason to remove the boy from the house.
– Police took a report at 3:13 p.m. Saturday of mail theft from Salem Acres where a resident reported locating some of their mail blowing about the common area. Some envelopes were supposed to contain certain documents and they were not found. The mail was removed from the mail room of the apartment complex from the resident’s mailbox between the time of delivery and the time of the report. Several witnesses reported seeing a juvenile in the area.
– Police were called at 10:15 p.m. Friday to Salem Security Storage units on Lake Avenue for a harassment report from a woman listed as homeless who claimed her boyfriend followed her out from the city after Salem Police dealt with the couple and called her a cab while the man walked. She claimed he confronted her at the storage unit and attempted to take her bag she was carrying, but fled when she told him she was calling the police. Police checked the area, but did not see the male and escorted the woman back to the city limits.
– Police responded to a domestic dispute in the 13000 block of Duck Creek Road at 12:48 a.m. Nov. 3 where a woman reported a verbal argument with current boyfriend regarding her having contact with ex-boyfriend.
– A 12000 block U.S. Route 62 resident reported at 4 p.m. Nov. 4 that someone had taken approximately 26 hydrocodone pills from his pill bottle.
– An 11000 block U.S. Route 62 resident reported at 7:24 p.m. Nov. 4 that someone took two rings, 60 Vicodin and 25 Percocet pills from her home.
– A state Route 165 resident reported at 5:57 p.m. Nov. 6 that her ex-boyfriend had left her voicemails that made her feel threatened.
– Ashley Ann Simmons, 16, 19955 North Benton West Road, North Benton, was cited for assured clear distance ahead following a two-vehicle crash in Beloit at 3 p.m. Nov. 7 in which she was northbound on Main Street at Park Avenue and allegedly failed to stop for traffic, striking the rear of a vehicle driven by Ami Biggs, 36, Beloit. No injuries were reported.
– Kala M. Huffman, 28, 284 W. Ninth St., Salem, was arrested for operating a vehicle intoxicated and open container following a traffic stop for left of center at 3:06 a.m. Nov. 8.
– Patricia A. Beabout, 37, Newton Falls, was cited for failure to control following a one-vehicle crash in Green Township at 12:09 p.m. Nov. 8 in which she was northbound on state Route 45 just north of Middletown Road and allegedly struck a road sign on the east side of the roadway. She was treated on scene for possible injuries.
– Police responded to a criminal damaging report at the Sharon Lynn Girls Home at 6:20 p.m. Nov. 8.
– A state Route 165 resident reported at 9:07 a.m. Nov. 8 that someone had used his credit card to purchase a scope and that it was the fourth time it had happened. A woman from the same address reported at 1:45 p.m. the same day that someone had wired money from her checking account to Missouri via Western Union.
– Police responded to a criminal damaging report in which someone had attempted to pry open a garage door in the 13000 block of Smith Goshen Road at 4:55 p.m. Nov. 10.
– Police responded to a juvenile complaint in the 13000 block of Church Street, Beloit, at 12:48 a.m. Nov. 11.
– Police responded to the West Branch Middle School at 9 a.m. Nov. 11 where a teacher reported an oboe had been taken sometime in the past six months.
– Police responded to a shoplifting report at the Dollar General in Beloit at 3:51 p.m. Nov. 11.
– Police responded to a theft report in the 17000 block of First Street in Beloit at 4:36 p.m. Nov. 11.
– Casey E. Colla, 32, 8925 Youngstown Salem Road, Canfield, was cited for failure to control following a one-vehicle crash in Green Township at 8:18 a.m. Nov. 12 in which she was southbound in the 11000 block of Beaver Creek Road and allegedly struck a mailbox on the west side of the roadway.
– A Western Reserve Road resident reported at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 12 that someone opened a credit card in her name and used it without permission.
– Police responded to the 14000 block of state Route 534 at 11:27 a.m. Nov. 14 where a man reported a woman threatened to come back with someone who knows how to use a gun if he did not quit trimming the trees around the power lines.
– Gena M. Wade, 35, 18439 Courtney Road, Beloit, was arrested for theft after allegedly attempting to steal deodorant and toothpaste from the Dollar General in Beloit at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 14.
– A 13000 block U.S. Route 62 resident reported at 12:15 p.m. Nov. 15 that someone had damaged her mailbox with a brick.
– A 12000 block U.S. Route 62 resident reported at 3:13 p.m. Saturday that someone had been on his property in the woods during the middle of the night.
– Jason G. Ward, 35, 47 Cedarwood Drive, Beloit, was arrested for disorderly by intoxication after officers responded to a possible fight and found him causing a disturbance for other residents.
– Scott Jackson, Butcher Road, reported Sunday that sometime overnight someone stole his mailbox which contained Saturday’s mail.
– Beaver Township Police used their K-9 on a traffic stop on Fairfield Avenue at 12:29 a.m. Sunday but did not find any narcotics in the vehicle.
– A woman reported at 10:20 a.m. Sunday the power was low at the home on Union Street. Police attempted to help the homeowner locate the problem but could not and notified the electric department.
– A woman reported at 2:17 p.m. Sunday a woman was inside Family Drug threatening to kill herself. The woman was taken to a hospital by ambulance.
– A woman reported at 3:49 p.m. Sunday T-shirts were stolen from the Arsuffi Laundromat on South Main Street.
– A man reported at 4:54 p.m. Sunday he heard gunshots in the area of Southern Avenue. Police checked the area but did not hear any gunshots and spoke with others in the area who advised they did not hear gunshots.
– A woman reported at 9:13 p.m. Sunday trees were down across North Elm Street near Herbster Street.
– Police were called to the Night Court bar at 12:48 a.m. Sunday in regard to a male customer refusing to leave. Upon arrival, police found a man and woman identified as Shawn Ramsey and Bobbi Fisher arguing in the parking lot. Ramsey and Fisher were identified by the bartender as the ones he wanted to leave, and the couple said that is what they intended to do.
– The security alarm went off at the CAA Dental Clinic at 4:46 p.m. Friday, and police found Phillip Smith, who said he worked there. Police contacted CAA officials, who confirmed Smith’s story.
– A clerk at the BP station called at 5:53 p.m. Thursday to report some customers were causing problems and they had been there for several hours. The couple told police they were waiting for a ride, which should be there in 10 minutes. Police checked back 20 minutes later and they were gone.
– Tim Crowe reported at 5:41 p.m. Nov. 12 his car dolly was missing and he believes it was taken, along with two sets of torches, by someone he knows from Irondale.
– Carl Bartholow reported there was a male sitting on the guardrail along state Route 154 at 7:43 p.m. Nov. 2. The person was identified as Isaac Wylie, who said he was out jogging but stopped for a rest.
– A 16-year-old boy who lives on Garfield Avenue reportedly took off after being stopped for a traffic offense by Salem police after 1 a.m. Friday, and Lisbon police were asked to be on the lookout for the youth. Police spoke with the boy’s grandmother at the residence and told her to call Salem police when he showed up. Meanwhile, police patrolled the area periodically looking for his vehicle.
SALEM POLICE REPORTS
– Police responded to the N. Lincoln Ave and E. 5th Street area at 11:59 p.m. Saturday for a report of five males throwing pumpkins in the road. Police were unable to locate them and removed a pumpkin from the road.
– An officer observed a vehicle eastbound in the 2300 block of East Pershing Street at 12:44 a.m. Sunday fail to maintain control after the driver saw a deer in the road and struck a curb and slid off the road. Nicholas J. Cyphat, 679 Ohio Avenue, Salem, was cited for failure to maintain reasonable control.
– Police responded to the 1600 block of S.E. Boulevard at 2:34 a.m. Sunday for an anonymous call and assisted firefighters and ambulance personnel with a natural death.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of E. State Street at 1:58 a.m. Sunday after receiving an anonymous call regarding a suspicious vehicle. It was gone when police arrived.
– A patron in an establishment in the 500 block of S. Broadway Avenue refused to leave at closing time and police arrived at 2:28 a.m. Sunday and talked to the intoxicated man who left when requested. He took a cab home.
– Police responded to the 500 block of Walnut Street at 4:14 p.m. Saturday where a female complainant advise that a known man destroyed her cell phone during an argument. She said she just got it the day before via a government program and it didn’t cost her anything. An officer spoke to the man who said she bought the phone for him as a means of contacting him if she needed anything. He said she began harassing him on the phone and wouldn’t stop calling him which led to the argument and the phone getting broken. He was advised to stay away from the complainant.
– A resident in the 900 block of Franklin Avenue advised police at 6:18 p.m. Saturday that her 17-year-old daughter left the house at 4:30 p.m. and had not returned or answered her cell phone. She was entered into LEADS as a missing person.
– Police responded to the 500 block of E. State Street at 6:44 p.m. Saturday for a report of unwanted persons and the complainant advised she sometimes stays at the apartment and was out of town and several people were there when she returned. She was unsure if they were allowed to be there and there was a verbal confrontation and they quickly left when she said she was calling the police. It was learned later that the male resident had let them stay a few days.
– Police responded to the 2800 block of E. State Street at 7:36 p.m. Saturday for a report of harassment and were advised that a man inside the store was waiting on another man to exit to start a confrontation. That person was advised to be on his way and an officer responded to the parking lot to make sure the other people departed.
– While retrieving statements from the police department drop box at 8:20 p.m. Saturday, an officer observed that someone placed a ring in it and it was placed in the found property drawer.
– Police responded to the S. Lundy and Franklin Avenue area at 9:54 p.m. Saturday and removed a large piece of a tree trunk from the roadway. It appeared that someone pushed it into the street.
– Police responded to the 800 block of E. 6th Street near Hawley Avenue at 1 p.m. Friday for a suspicious person report and were unable to find anyone.
– A woman was on station at 12:02 p.m. Saturday advising she received threats via social media from a known female who has been sending threatening messages. She was provided with statement forms.
– When police arrived in the 300 block of Newgarden Avenue at 11:09 a.m. Saturday for a neighbor dispute, both parties were separated. Police advised that if they returned and any criminal acts occurred the responsible parties would be arrested. They were advised to stay away from each other.
– Responding to a reckless operation complaint at 10:54 a.m. Saturday for driving left of center and almost striking oncoming vehicles, a vehicle matching the description was located northbound on S. Lincoln Avenue. An officer got behind the vehicle with another vehicle in between and observed a woman driver known to the officer. There was a male passenger. The driver stopped at the green light for north-south traffic at S. Lincoln Avenue and E. State Street The light turned red and the vehicle stayed. After approximately 60 seconds the vehicle turned its right turn signal on and made a quick right turn onto E. State Street and then turned into the Family Video lot. The two went into the store and the officer could not speak to the driver due to another call.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Franklin Avenue at 11:01 a.m. Saturday where the complainant advised neighboring juveniles threw eggs on his camper over night. The complainant believes the children at a residence just to the west of his did it. Police observed some type of black residue coming from a window and down the front of the residence and will see if the housing and zoning office can check it.
– A resident from the 600 block of Fair Avenue was on station at 10:12 a.m. Saturday and advised tools were taken by a person known to her. The incident is under investigation.
– Police patrolling in the N. Lincoln Avenue and E. 6th Street area at 10:04 a.m. Saturday observed fresh graffiti in white paint on a traffic control electric box. Photos were taken.
– While on patrol in the 400 block of E. Perry Street at 2:15 p.m. Saturday, police observed a large amount of smoke and found a woman was burning leaves. She said she would put it out and the fire department advised her to make sure they were out all the way.
– A man in the 400 block of S. Broadway Avenue advised police at 3:34 p.m. Saturday that a female juvenile from the alley south of his residence came up with a baseball bat threatening to harm his grandchildren. This was over the female removing crime scene tape that had been left nearby. The female advised the grandson to put it back and some obscenities were used toward the children by her. She placed the tape back and then went to a residence in the 400 block of Franklin Avenue and returned with a ball bat making threats. Police spoke with the female juvenile and was advised by an adult female she had heard the juvenile making threats. The juvenile’s mother arrived and advised the daughter has a problem and was 11-and-a-half-years-old. The mother advised she would take care of her as best she could.
– Police responded to the 1800 block of N. Ellsworth Avenue at 2:57 p.m. Saturday where the complainant advised that over the past few months unknown persons removed two large artillery shells from around a flag pole. The shells are approximately 4-feet, six-inches tall and possibly all brass. Police advised a report would be made and when possible metal shops would be checked.
SALEM TOWNSHIP REPORTS
– Constable Dan Valentine received a report from a resident on Painters Path in Washingtonville at 2:41 p.m. Thursday advising that someone used his identity to fraudulently get a tax refund.
– A resident in the 38000 block of Butcher Road, Leetonia, advised Valentine at 7:43 a.m. Thursday that his neighbor’s horses were running loose and caused damage to his property. The owner was contacted and secured the horses and made contact with the neighbor regarding the damage to his property.
– Police issued a receipt to a man on station for a deer carcass at 1:45 p.m. Friday. He found the deer at Cunningham Road and Bentley Drive and it appeared to have been hit by a car.
– Police had a vehicle towed at 6:25 a.m. Friday that was parked on the curve in the 600 block of Franklin Avenue after attempting to contact the owner. It didn’t have lights or hazard lights on and it was a traffic hazard.
– Police responded to the 300 block of Newgarden Avenue at 11:49 p.m. Friday where the resident said the rear bedroom window was broken out by an unknown person. He was awakened by the noise and had glass all over him but was not injured.
– Police responded to the S. Ellsworth Avenue and Franklin Avenue at 6:27 p.m. where Jennifer L. Chadwick, 1133 Prospect Street, advised her Dodge Neon was stopped facing west when it was struck from behind by a white Ford sedan that left the scene traveling north on S. Ellsworth Avenue She obtained a registration number and the incident is under investigation.
– Police responded to the Walmart store at 8:15 p.m. Friday where loss prevention personnel had detained two adults and a juvenile for shoplifting. Jerrica M. Carl, 668 Prospect Street and Joey N. LaFleme, 214 E. 3rd Street, were charged with theft. LaFleme had $381.69 in merchandise and Carl had $69.68 while the juvenile had $34.12. The adults were released on recognizance bond and the juvenile was released to her mother.
– A complainant in the 500 block of Walnut Street advised police at 4:15 p.m. Friday that while walking home he was approached by two males in a white Buick who wanted to fight him over a prior incident. He said they wanted to meet him several blocks away in the woods for a fight. Police checked the area but were unable to locate the vehicle and advised the complainant to call if they came to his residence.
– Police responded to the 700 block of E. 6th Street at 4:31 p.m. Friday for a neighbor dispute over leaves blowing into one neighbor’s yard. They were advised of the options.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of E. 3rd Street at 4:47 p.m. Friday for a dog at large and spoke to the owner who advised it slipped its collar. The owner was advised he could be charged in the future.
– Police received a call from the Stark County sheriff at 5:21 p.m. Friday for a welfare check on a resident in the 600 block of Cedar Street who said he would take his own life and that of another. Police were unable to make contact and the complainant was unsure whether the person was there or not.
– Police responded to the 900 block of Homewood Drive where roommates had been in a verbal dispute and had left in separate vehicles before police arrived.
– Police advised a man soliciting in the 100 block of N. Ellsworth Avenue at 7:16 p.m. Friday without a permit to cease and he said he understood.
– Police responded to the 800 block of Park Avenue at 7:57 p.m. Friday where the complainant advised an unknown person had taken jewelry from her residence without her permission. The complainant was advised of the options.
– At 11 p.m. Friday, police received a complaint from a Garfield Road resident advising he was receiving unwanted calls and text messages from an unknown person. He was from outside the city’s jurisdiction and was advised of the right agency to contact.
– Police responded to the 200 block of Vine Avenue at 9:36 p.m. Friday for a domestic in progress. It was a verbal argument only between a boyfriend and girlfriend and they were advised of the options.
– Josie Lalonde, Silliman Street, New Waterford, reported a suspicious male walking through the Valero at state routes 7 and 14 between 4:30 p.m. and 5:20 p.m. Friday during her shift. Lalonde said the man ditched his car somewhere between the gas station and North Lima. Neither a man nor a vehicle in question was found.
– Larry Deidrick was arrested at 1:23 p.m. Friday for failure to file city income taxes and failure to pay withholding for employees.
– Police were called to the Quincy Avenue area at 4:26 p.m. Friday regarding a suspicious man wearing a gray hoodie and shirt staring at houses. The man in question said he was waiting for his father to pick him up outside, but then decided to wait inside his house.
– A loud person was reported in the 500 block of East State Street at 3:35 a.m. Friday. A tenant was contacted and said he would stop.
– An officer on patrol at 1:16 a.m. Friday found a suspicious vehicle on the Butcher Road cul-de-sac and found the male driver and his female passenger were juveniles, ages 16 and 17. They were advised they were being charged with curfew violations and the driver fled the city while enroute to the police station in his vehicle. Charges are pending.
-A Lisbon man reported at 11:26 p.m. Thursday that he and his wife are going through a bad divorce and every time he picks up their child for visitation, it almost leads to a physical altercation. He wanted it documented.
– An audible alarm was reported at 11:09 p.m. Thursday in the 2400 block of East State Street at a closed business. The exterior was found secure.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 10:18 p.m. Thursday in the 100 block of East Fifth Street, but was found legally parked with nothing appearing suspicious.
– An anonymous person came to the police station at 7:24 p.m. Thursday to speak with an officer regarding an item found in the parking lot of a local business. He was told his options.
– A suspicious person was reported walking in the road in the 500 block of North Ellsworth Avenue at 7:23 p.m. Thursday, but nobody was found.
– Police responded to Giant Eagle, 2401 E. State St., at 7:22 p.m. Thursday for alleged shoplifters. A loss prevention officer reported an adult male and a juvenile female attempted to leave without paying for items, with $59.35 worth of merchandise concealed in the girl’s jacket and purse and $4.99 worth of merchandise concealed by the man. The 16-year-old Atwater girl was charged with delinquency for theft and released to her father. Derek Kellison, 18, of Deerfield, was charged with theft and taken to the Columbiana County jail.
– An officer on patrol at 6:38 p.m. Thursday saw an illegally parked semi tractor trailer in the area of South Broadway Avenue and Aetna Street which appeared to be a safety risk. A barricade was set up in front of it.
– Gloria Lykens, 23, of High Street, Leetonia, and Breanne Little, 26, of state Route 558, Leetonia, were each charged with theft after police were called to Walmart, 2875 E. State St., for alleged shoplifting at 4:31 p.m. Thursday. A loss prevention officer reported Lykens allegedly concealed $122.73 in merchandise and attempted to leave without paying. Little had $109.17 worth of merchandise and attempted to leave without paying. Both were taken to the county jail.
– A caller at 4:11 p.m. Thursday reported juveniles throwing rocks at vehicles on North Ellsworth Avenue at Sixth Street, but none were found.
– An audible alarm was reported at 2:34 p.m. Thursday in the 600 block of North Union Avenue, but the exterior was secure.
– A spokesman for Ventra at 800 Pennsylvania Ave. reported at 2:25 p.m. Thursday that a woman came into the facility looking for a boyfriend and was escorted to the door and told not to return since she’s not employed there. She returned 15 minutes later and was in the middle of the plant and again escorted from the property. An officer was attempting to contact her to tell her to stay off of the property.
– A woman on Euclid Street reported at 1:58 p.m. Thursday that there was an unauthorized transaction on her bank debit card on Tuesday for $208 which caused the account to have fees due to being overdrafted. The bank wanted a police report.
– Debora James, 55, of Depot Road, Salem, was cited for failure to yield after pulling from a private drive at 1:56 p.m. Thursday and striking a vehicle in the turning lane on East State Street. The other vehicle was driven by Lori Barnett, 54, of Sebring.
– A woman in the 400 block of Franklin Street called at 11:10 a.m. Thursday to report hearing loud voices and then something hit the wall in the apartment to the east of her residence. The male resident was contacted by police and said he was yelling with another person on the phone and hit his fist against the wall. He was told to keep it down.
– Police at 9:41 a.m. Thursday met with a man and his wife at their business on East State Street and learned a male pulled over by the small parking lot on South Lincoln Avenue before Huntington Bank the night before and told her to get in from the cold. The vehicle was pulled into the entrance/exit area half blocking the sidewalk area. She turned around and went back to the business and stayed inside until her husband arrived. The male left once the husband arrived. The vehicle was described as an off-white/tan Chevy SUV. The male driver was described as 30 to 40 years old wearing a black stocking-type cap around his face with only his mouth and nose visible.
– An officer was flagged down at 9:31 a.m. Thursday by a resident in the 600 block of East Third Street for a dog at large. The humane officer was contacted to retrieve the animal.
– No citations were issued and no injuries reported at 4 a.m. Wednesday after an EMT Ambulance backed into the car of another emergency responder at a crime scene on South Broadway Avenue.
– A woman on West Pine Lake Road reported at 6:13 a.m. Friday that her husband saw a suspicious gold Cavalier-type vehicle parked near their residence. An officer checked the area, but didn’t find the vehicle.
– A Bethel Drive resident called at 10:27 p.m. Thursday to report receiving threatening text messages from a person he knows. He was told to call police if the person comes to the residence.
– Billie Lockhart, 36, whose last known address was St. Clair Avenue, East Liverpool, was taken into custody at 2:31 p.m. Thursday for two active warrants from Columbiana County for failure to appear for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. She was a passenger in a vehicle during a traffic stop on Cunningham Road and was handed over to a deputy.
– Jerry Reed, stater Route 558, reported Tuesday someone broke into his home again and stole a 12-gauge Mossberg shotgun, valued at $350, and its case.
– Direct Energy representatives requested permits for solicitation at 1:42 p.m. Thursday and then decided against doing so after learning of complaints the department recently received regarding Just Energy.
– Police served a criminal trespass warning to a Quincy Avenue resident for the Salem Police Department at 5:37 p.m. Thursday. The resident was not home.
– Deirdre E. Steiginga reported at 8 p.m. Thursday property was stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at Dollar General on state Route 14.
– Someone reported at 8:49 p.m. Thursday a dog was barking in the 100 block of East Friend Street. Police found the dog and its owner and advised the man of the complaint and the dog was taken inside for the evening.
– Amy Westover, West Railroad Street, reported at 10:15 p.m. Thursday someone stole items from her home while she was sleeping.
– The burglar alarm went off at the Summit Drive home of Pat Klein at 11:56 a.m. Thursday. Police found the home to be secure and the homeowner arrived to find the same.
– Brian T. Wilson, 32, Brenda Lane, was stopped on Windjammer Drive at 5 p.m. Monday at the state Route 14 stop sign and was struck from behind by Tina M. Frum, 51, Metz Road. No citations were issued.
– James F. Marshall, 41, Carlisle Road, Lisbon, was southbound on state Route 7 at 3 p.m. Tuesday and Keith A. Mohney Jr., 16, West Garfield Road, turned left into the Valero parking lot from state Route 7 north in front of Marshall and was struck and then pushed into Gordon T. Davidson Jr., 57, state Route 7, who was stopped at the parking lot exit waiting to turn out. Marshall and his passenger, Dorothy K. Marshall, 60, Carlisle Road, were taken to Salem hospital with minor injuries and Mohney was cited for failure to yield making a left turn.
– The street department reported at 9:40 a.m. Wednesday two vehicles on West Friend Street needed to be moved.
– The Green Township Fire Department requested mutual aid for a house fire at 8688 Salem-Unity Road at 11:17 a.m. Wednesday.
– Connie Witt, South Main Street, reported telephone harassment at 12:52 p.m. Wednesday.
– The East Palestine Police Department reported at 3:38 p.m. Wednesday a blue older Ford Focus was westbound on state Route 14 and driving recklessly. The vehicle was stopped by the highway patrol.
– The Beaver Township Police Department reported at 4:38 p.m. Wednesday a semi truck struck a stop sign in the area of state Route 164 and state Route 14.
– The owner of Valley View reported Monday a customer was unable to pay for the gas he purchased but promised to do so the next day if he allowed him, but the owner was concerned. The customer said he would never have purchased gas had he known his credit card would have been rejected. The customer agreed to pay $10 in cash now and the rest the next day.
– Shane Cope reported there were two people on bicycles looking in the windows of his residence on West Pine Street at 10:54 p.m. Nov. 7. Police arrived and did not find anyone around.
– A caller reported there was a dog that appeared to have been injured in traffic on North Market Street near the Vista Center at 2:42 p.m. Sunday. Police were unable to locate the dog.
– Charles Collins, of North Howard Avenue, Salem, was cited for fictitious plates after a traffic stop at 5:29 p.m. Wednesday on West State Street near Circle K West. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
– John Boros, 60, of Pierpont, was cited for marked lanes after his tractor trailer struck the front driver side of a vehicle driven by Eric Adams, 44, of Harmony, Pa., who was stopped for a red light on South Lincoln Avenue at 10:18 a.m. Wednesday. Boros was attempting to turn southbound on Lincoln from East Pidgeon Road.
– James Hardesty, of Third Street, reported at 6:57 a.m. Thursday that his fiancee told him her 17-year-old son stole his gold 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan and he does not have a driver’s license.
– A woman came to the station to report a theft that occurred at her employer in the city limits. She said a co-worker was taking orders for candles and received money from numerous employees. She believes the candle sale was a fraud due to the fact the purchased items were never received.
– A man came to the police station at 1:28 a.m. Thursday to speak with an officer about suspicious activity at a property in the 500 block of East State Street. The information will be forwarded to the Columbiana County Drug Task Force.
– A domestic was reported at 1:20 a.m. Thursday in the 1300 block of East Pershing Street where officers saw a woman in the window and made contact with her. Several windows were broken and many items in the residence were smashed on the floor. She said she had an argument earlier with her boyfriend and she did all the damage. She was asked several times if another person was involved and she was adament that she did the damage.
– A woman in the 1000 block of East Third Street called at 9:27 p.m. Wednesday to have a person removed from outside her residence. A person sitting in a vehicle would not leave. Officers located the vehicle circling the block and made contact with the driver who provided documentation affirming he was attempting to repossess a vehicle from her due to defaulting on the lease agreement. He said she told him the vehicle was in storage at another location. He was told it’s a civil matter and the vehicle owner will have to resolve it through court.
– A possible prowler was reported at 8:54 p.m. Wednesday in the 200 block of Vine Avenue, but no one was found.
– Cheri Burke, 50, of East Maryland Avenue, Sebring, was cited for assured clear distance after her westbound vehicle struck the rear of another westbound vehicle driven by Richard W. Schwartz, 55, of East School Street, who was stopped in traffic for a red light at 7:44 p.m. Wednesday. No injuries were reported.
– A resident in the 600 block of East Third Street reported at 6:27 p.m. Wednesday that a person had been residing with him the past month, but apparently moved out Wednesday. The resident discovered several items stolen from the home, including power tools, hand tools and video game-related hardware. He provided police the name of the suspect and the name of a witness who gave the person a ride to a pawn shop recently. An investigation is pending.
– Autumn Kisner, of Washingtonville, reported at 4:56 p.m. Wednesday that the front passenger side fender and bumper of her vehicle were damaged while parked in a lot in the 2400 block of East State Street. She said the damage was not present when she arrived for work because she specifically looked at the vehicle due to damage done the previous day. Someone had scratched both sides of her vehicle Tuesday.
– Police were called to Reilly school for a juvenile problem on Reilly Avenue at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. The principal advised that contact was made with the mother and she was responding to the school with a friend to pick up the children. The mother was given options on transportation to and from school for her children.
– Jodi A. Massey, 46312 Waynewood Dr., was arrested for domestic violence and obstructing official business at 8:21 p.m. after threatening to kill her husband and refusing to allow police to investigate the incident.
– Police responded to the 3800 block of W. Main St. at 3:35 p.m. Nov. 8 in reference to an intoxicated woman walking down the street. She was observed having difficulty walking and stumbling into the street and the odor of alcoholic beverage came from her breath. She was identified and advised she had “too much” to drink and she was provided a courtesy ride to her residence and advised to stay home and sober up.
– At 10:45 p.m. Nov. 10, police responded to the Waterford House Apartments in the 3400 block of Pinewood Drive for a report of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. Two males, Sebastian Bragg and a juvenile, were found to be in possession of marijuana and Bragg was charged with possession of marijuana, a minor misdemeanor and the juvenile was released to his grandparents and advised a report will be sent to the juvenile court with charges pending.
– An officer spoke with a woman at 1:05 p.m. Wednesday on East 10th Street regarding harassment.
– A Jefferson Avenue resident came to the police station at 11:29 a.m. Wednesday to advise of an ongoing disturbance in the neighborhood from a vehicle in the mornings. The disturbance is under investigation.
– A woman on Seventh Street reported at 10:53 a.m. Wednesday that fraudulent charges were on her credit card. She said her juvenile son’s friend who stays with them on a frequent basis obtained her credit card number and made several transactions the past several months, with a majority of the purchases a video game system and games online. The fraudulent charges totaled $1,641.
– Linda Loth, of Eighth Street, reported at 6:33 a.m. Wednesday that an unknown truck drove through her yard sometime after 4 a.m. She saw the gray truck with a cap on the roadway two yards east of her home and when the driver saw her, he turned on the lights and drove away.
– Police assisted the fire department and an ambulance at 1:57 a.m. Wednesday with a female with an unknown medical problem who became combative with personnel on the scene. She was physically restrained for her well-being and taken to Salem Community Hospital for treatment
– Ashley Vanderhoff, 24, of 624 Cherry St., was taken into custody on a warrant for failure to appear for a child neglect charge after a traffic stop at 9:19 p.m. Tuesday. Vanderhoff was a passenger in the vehicle. The driver was given a warning for having one brake light working.
– Police were dispatched at 8:51 p.m. Tuesday to the 1200 block of Southeast Boulevard for a noise complaint. A woman said a neighbor was being loud using a vacuum. Officers found the source of the noise and spoke with the female resident who said her landlord approved using the vacuum until 10 p.m., which was confirmed with the landlord.
-Autumn Kisner, of Washingtonville, reported at 7:52 p.m. Tuesday that sometime earlier in the day, someone used a sharp or pointed object to create a large scratch on the driver side of her vehicle, stretching most of the length of the car. Another scratch was found on the passenger side. She believed it occurred while the car was parked in a lot in the 2400 block of East State Street.
– Officers assisted Perry Township during a domestic dispute in the 1700 block of 11th Street. There was a verbal dispute between a father and daughter with no threats or violence at 7:32 p.m. Tuesday.
– Denise Tyson, 42, of Southeast Boulevard, was cited for reasonable control after she failed to maintain control while turning from the northbound lane on Lincoln Avenue onto Columbia Street, traveling into a parking lot on the corner and colliding with a vehicle driven by Faustina Ajanel, 23, of Columbia Street, who was backing up in the lot at 1:44 p.m. Tuesday. The collision shoved the Ajanel car into a parked car in the lot owned by Joseph Masters, 18, of Fairview Avenue. Ajanel was cited for having no license.
– Lee Michael Dietrick, 24, of Louisville, was charged with obstruction of official business after running from a police officer who ordered him to stop after a report of a shoplifter at Walmart at 11:44 a.m. Tuesday. Police had been told about a shoplifter running from the Walmart store carrying stolen merchandise. The described person was seen running from the Verizon plaza towards Cunningham Road and ordered to stop, but he continued to run away from officers. He was caught and charged with obstruction.
– Police stood by with a disabled vehicle on Columbiana-Waterford Road at 8:27 a.m. Tuesday until a wrecker arrived.
– An Apache Lane resident reported telephone harassment at 2:16 p.m. Tuesday.
– A Prima Health Care employee reported at 4:18 p.m. Tuesday someone driving on Royal Birkdale Drive appeared to be under the influence. Police followed the vehicle but did not see it make any traffic violations.
– A Sparkle Market employee reported at 8:51 p.m. Tuesday there was an injured duck in the parking lot. The duck was eventually caught by a nearby resident and taken to their home to be treated.
– Police responded to a report of a 12-year-old youth on the floor of the Save A Lot grocery store at 6:35 p.m. Nov. 7, and the officer remained until an ambulance arrived to treat the child.
– Aubrey W. Trayvic, 17, of Petersburg, was driving south on Race Road at 7:18 a.m. Wednesday when his pickup slid on the ice and into Mill Site Creek and overturned onto its roof. Trayvic, who was wearing a seat belt, was not injured, and the water in the creek was only ankle deep, according to police. Trayvic was on his way to the county vocational school.
– A Butcher Road man reported at 8:43 p.m. Sunday he was having problems with his stepdaughter being unruly at home and at school.
– James Colian Jr., 26, of 922 W. Pershing St., was taken into custody at an East Seventh Street property on an active warrant out of Columbiana County at 2:02 a.m. Tuesday.
– Shane Dunn, 40, of North Market Street, Lisbon, was cited for failure to yield after pulling out from the American Standard parking lot on Newgarden Avenue and striking the right rear of a vehicle driven by Trent Willis, 18, of Hoopes Road, who was northbound on Newgarden Avenue at 12:06 p.m. Monday. Both vehicles were damaged.
– Multiple departments responded to U.S. Route 62 near Country Club Lane at 7:10 p.m. Monday for two separate motor vehicle accidents with injuries. Perry Township Police spoke to multiple people who said a camel was in the road. The Ohio State Patrol handled one of the accidents while Perry Township handled the other one. According to Perry Township, a vehicle driven by Barbara K. Evans, of Chestnut Street, Leetonia, stopped for the camel in the road and was struck from behind by a vehicle driven by Thomas K. Ward of North Canton. Both Evans and Ward were taken to an area hospital for treatment for injuries. The accident is under investigation.
– A Georgetown Road resident spoke with police at 6 p.m. Monday regarding an ongoing custody matter between him and his ex-wife, saying his ex-wife’s boyfriend was sending him threatening messages.
– Donald Leo Bagdassarian Jr., 43, of Youngstown, was cited for driving under non-compliance suspension after a traffic stop on North Ellsworth Avenue/state Route 45 at J. Wilson Drive at 9:45 a.m. Monday. The plates and registration were confiscated on behalf of the registrar and the vehicle towed with a hold placed on it.
– M. Larae Exline, 57, of North Lincoln Avenue, was cited for assured clear distance and operating a vehicle under the influence after her vehicle struck another vehicle from behind at 7:56 p.m. Sunday in the eastbound lane of the U.S. Route 62 four-lane at North Lincoln Avenue. The other vehicle, driven by Fawzid Abdlrasul, 65, of Pearce Circle, was stopped at the stop sign. No injuries were reported. Exline was released to a friend to transport her home.
– Police responded at 3:02 p.m. Sunday to a report of a couch in the middle of the road at the intersection of U.S. Route 62/45 and Goshen Road. An officer found the owner was on the scene and had removed the item from the traffic lane. The owner had purchased a five-piece set in Boardman and found only four pieces still on the trailer when he arrived home locally. He back-tracked and located and recovered the missing piece. There appeared to be only minor damage to the piece, which was still wrapped with packing material.
– Thomas Volino, of Wellsville, was cited for driving under non-compliance suspension and expired registration after a traffic stop at the Blossom Nursing Center parking lot at 1:45 p.m. Sunday.
– Elliot Crank, 18, of Salem, was cited for underage consumption after a traffic stop in the 500 block of Benton Road at 2:40 a.m. Saturday. The driver of the vehicle fled. Crank was a passenger and was released to his mother. The vehicle was towed with a hold on it until the driver turns himself over to police.
– Police were called to a home on Maple Street at 11:34 p.m. Saturday in regard to a man allegedly threatening to harm himself. An officer waited until an ambulance arrived to transport the man to the hospital.
– Police responded to the security alarm going off at Columbiana County Municipal Court at 9:08 a.m. Monday and discovered a cleaning crew was there, with security badges to prove it.
– Norman Uptegraph, 68, of Southeast Boulevard, was cited for failure to control after changing lanes while westbound on East State Street at 11:32 a.m. Monday near Lincoln Avenue and colliding with a vehicle already in the turning lane. The other vehicle was driven by Joshua Mahon, 31, of Negley. No injuries were reported.
– Mary Vollnogle, of Monroe Street, reported at 10:21 a.m. Monday that an unknown person threw some food on the driver side of her vehicle which was legally parked on the street overnight.
– A caller at 6:24 a.m. Monday reported damage to her property in the 1700 block of East State Street. Police determined it was a civil matter and gave her some options.
– A barking dog was reported at 3:02 a.m. Monday in the 1200 block of North Ellsworth Avenue. The owner said he would keep the dog quiet.
– A caller on Fourth Street reported possible shots fired in the 400 block of East School Street at 1:54 a.m. Monday, but nothing was found. A nearby resident was contacted and reported hearing nothing.
– Police were called to the Salem Community Hospital emergency department at 12:57 a.m. Monday for a disorderly male. He was intoxicated, but calmed down. An officer stood by until he was released to a friend.
– An individual was reported bleeding in the 600 block of East Third Street at 11:31 p.m. Sunday. Police learned a man and woman had an argument and the woman locked the man out of the house. He then broke a window to gain entry back into the house and cut his arm. He was intoxicated and reluctantly agreed to be transported to the hospital for treatment.
– Police were dispatched to Salem Community Hospital at 10:25 p.m. Sunday for an assault report. A woman said her juvenile son was assaulted in the 300 block of South Lundy Avenue. Police then spoke to the juvenile, who was being treated, and he told officers he was walking in the municipal lot on East Pershing Street with a juvenile female when a male juvenile began assaulting him. Officers noted a severe laceration to his head and marks on his knee and elbow. Police charged a 14-year-old boy with the assault and also charged a 12-year-old girl with disorderly conduct for allegedly luring him to the lot. Both juveniles were booked and taken to the Tobin juvenile detention center.
– A woman in the 1800 block of Fairview Avenue reported suspicious activity at 10:24 p.m. Sunday, saying she believed someone was knocking on the back door of her residence. Nobody could be found in the area.
– An anonymous caller at 10:12 p.m. Sunday reported illegal drug activity in the city. They were told their options.
– An officer on patrol at 10:06 p.m. Sunday saw a bicycle with a broken chain learning on a post on South Ellsworth Avenue just south of Railroad Street which looked like a bicycle reported stolen earlier in the shift. The bicycle was taken back to the police station, with assistance from the fire department, and confirmed as the stolen bicycle. The owner was contacted to retrieve it.
– Police assisted Perry Township Police with an accident involving a suspected intoxicated driver at 8:29 p.m. Sunday on North Lincoln Avenue.
– Police responded to a report of theft at 6:41 p.m. Sunday at Walmart in the 2800 block of East State Street. A loss prevention officer reported attempting to stop a man for shoplifting. The man fled the store running through the parking lot, then through a field. Information will be sent to the prosecutor for possible charges.
– An officer at 6:13 p.m. Sunday located two dogs reported missing by their owner. Officers were able to catch the dogs and hold them until the owner arrived on the scene in the Newgarden Avenue/West Euclid Street area.
– An officer on patrol at 5:44 p.m. Sunday in the 1300 block of Quaker Circle saw a suspicious vehicle in the driveway of a building, with the registration coming back to someone not from the area. The officer checked the exterior of the building and found everything secure with nothing appearing out of order. Another vehicle pulled in and it was the owner of the building. He said the other vehicle belonged to a family member.
– Toby A. Kupka, 72, of Lisbon, was cited for driving left of center when she struck a stopped vehicle head-on in front of the BP station on state Route 154 at 7:43 p.m. Oct. 30. The other vehicle was driven by Kimberly K. Howard, 39, of Leetonia, who was attempting to turn into the gas station. Edward Kupka, 80, was a passenger in the Kupka vehicle.
– Nicole Hilton told police at 3:42 p.m. Wednesday a 4-year-old she was watching left the house and could not be found. The boy was later found with his sister in his stepfather’s house on Thomas Road.
– A caller reported there was a woman who appeared to be sleeping in a vehicle outside Turtle Beach tanning salon off state Route 45 at 6:47 p.m. Friday. While enroute to the scene, the officer came across the described vehicle at the Circle K and spoke with Tricia Seaman, who said she was fine and going home but just needed a nap after undergoing a tanning session.
– A caller reported there were two males walking on Sherman Street just east of North Beaver Street at 5:10 a.m. Saturday and they were knocking on doors and peering in windows, and one appeared to be smoking marijuana. Police searched the area but did not come across the suspects.
– Police responded to the security alarm being activated at the Lisbon Veterinary Clinic at 8:42 p.m. Saturday and found an open door. Nothing appeared to have been disturbed inside and it appeared the door had been left unlocked by accident.
– Police were advised by a county sheriff’s deputy of a suspicious vehicle driving erratically at 10 p.m. Saturday, and the officer caught up with the vehicle on East Washington Street and determined the registered owner, Josh Brown, had an expired license. The officer attempted to get the driver to pull over but the driver accelerated, with the officer responding by turning on the cruiser siren. The driver continued south on state Route 45, with the deputy joining in the pursuit, before finally pulling into a parking lot. The driver turned out to be Brown, 29, of Cusick Road, who was cited for OVI, having an open container of alcohol in a vehicle, refusing to stop for police, reckless operation and driving under suspension.
– Lillian Walker, East Lincoln Way, reported seeing a suspicious person on East Lincoln Way at 1:43 a.m. Sunday. Walker said she saw a person run from her driveway, and that a similar incident occurred last week.
– Jason Morris called for police at 10:33 a.m. Friday, and police arrived on East Washington Street and told JJ and Walter Crow to quit swearing and threatening to sic their dog on people. JJ said they were upset because Columbia Gas was disconnecting their gas line because it had gone unused for more than a year. The pair were also told by police they had one month to clean up the garbage and junk from the back yard or they would be cited into court.
– A sheriff’s deputy driving an unmarked car followed an erratic driver into town north from state Route 164 at 11:49 a.m. Friday, and the driver crossed the center line and then ran several stop signs after entering town. Meanwhile, the driver, David Kilgore, called police because he believed he was being followed by someone with road rage. The deputy explained he was concerned the driver might have been drunk.
– Police were called just before noon Thursday from an official at the county Department of Job and Family Services about a man who showed for assistance and while there began asking others if they had drugs to sell. Police stopped the man while he was driving through town and, after being given permission, searched his vehicle but found no drugs. The man did admit running into someone he knew in the JFS lobby and asking if he had any marijuana to sell.
Justin D. Wolfe, 23, Salem, was cited for driving under suspension following a traffic stop on state Route 14 at 1:18 a.m. Saturday.
– A man reported from Pizza Joe’s at noon Saturday he saw someone leave a state Route 14 gas station without paying for the fuel he pumped.
– Someone reported at 12:36 p.m. Saturday the stop signs near the Huntington Bank and Ace Hardware store on Chestnut Alley had been spray painted.
– A man reported at 3:46 p.m. Saturday a reckless driver was on state Route 164 heading into town. Police found the vehicle but it left the city.
Robert W. McCormick, 59, Struthers, was cited for marked lanes and possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on North Main Street at 2:29 a.m. Sunday.
– The Duke and Duchess manager reported at 8:54 p.m. Sunday a man was at the ATM machine for more than two hours and appeared suspicious. Police found the man and gave him a ride to the city limits.
A woman reported at 11:42 p.m. Sunday a black dog with a collar and tags was loose in the area of North Elm and Parkview streets. Police checked the area but did not find the dog.
– Daniel Deblauwe, Sterling Heights, Mich., was driving a pickup with a camping trailer on Lisbon Road at 1:46 p.m. Sunday and crashed into the railroad underpass. He was cited for assured clear distance.
– Michael A. Smith, 38, Columbiana, was cited for driving under suspension following a traffic stop in the square at 1:29 p.m. Sunday.
-A man reported at 3:50 p.m. Sunday two vehicles were in the parking lot of Susany’s on East Park Avenue and appeared suspicious.
– A Dairy Queen employee reported at 8:58 p.m. Sunday a white pickup truck was in their lot for about an hour with the lights on and the occupants did not come inside. Police went to the lot but the truck was gone.
– Richard Rankin, 18, Columbiana, was cited for expired registration following at traffic stop on Fairfield Avenue at 11:14 p.m. Sunday.
– Police responded to a report of a prowler in the 1300 block of North Ellsworth Avenue at 7:19 p.m. Saturday but were unable to find anyone.
– A North Ellsworth Avenue business owner reported at 8:06 p.m. Saturday that an irate customer had been making physical threats and using abusive language toward her and her employees after a side had been left out of a carry out order.
– Teresa A. Welsh, 39, 340 Ohio Ave., Salem, was arrested for disorderly conduct after police responded to an East Third Street home at 8:54 p.m. Saturday where she was intoxicated and belligerent and refused to leave her relative’s home.
– Police responded to the area of Hawley Avenue and East Third Street at 11:33 p.m. Saturday for a report of someone shining a laser light at passing motorists, but were unable to find any such activity.
– Police responded to an East State Street restaurant at 12:46 a.m. Sunday where a man reported an intoxicated woman had urinated in public near the business earlier that night.
– Michael J. Conway, 37, 335 W. Seventh St., Salem, was arrested for disorderly conduct after officers responded to his home at 1:13 a.m. Sunday where his wife claimed he had grabbed the steering wheel while she was driving, causing the vehicle to travel off the roadway and damaging a tire. He was found to be intoxicated.
– Police responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 300 block of East Euclid Street at 2:46 p.m. Sunday and spoke to a security guard who said he hadn’t seen anyone.
– A 400 block Franklin Street man reported on station at 3:30 p.m. Sunday that several items had been stolen from his home as well as a toolbox and a bicycle from his yard.
– An officer responded to an East Third Street home at 8:02 p.m. Friday where a man reported his sister had been repeatedly calling him and coming over to the house despite his being on parole and prohibited from contact with her. The sister was warned to stay away or face charges.
– Officers responded to a Walnut Street home at 8:55 p.m. Friday where a man reported being harassed by the resident of the home, who was not there at the time. He claimed the resident said over the phone that he’d beat him up. Officers told the man to leave the home if he thought there would be trouble with the resident.
– An officer responded to a possible drug overdose or suicide attempt in the 100 block of North Ellsworth Avenue at 9:01 p.m. Friday and found the victim inside his vehicle. Fire department first responders and KLG also responded and transported the victim to the hospital for treatment.
– Police arrested four male juveniles for unruly offenses following a traffic stop for an equipment violation in the 100 block of South Union Avenue at 1:19 a.m. Saturday. The 17-year-old male driver and a 17-year-old male passenger were charged with an unruly offense and delinquency. A 17-year-old and 15-year-old male passengers were charged with an unruly offense. All were processed at the station and turned over to their parents.
– An officer responded with fire department first responders and EMT Ambulance to a report of a report of an intoxicated man bleeding from the left wrist at a Third Street home at 4:44 a.m. Saturday and found that the victim had attempted to cut his wrist with a steak knife in the basement of the home. He was transported to the hospital for treatment.
– An officer responded to a 300 block Newgarden Avenue home at 9:23 a.m. Saturday where the resident reported his neighbor had yelled at and threatened him when he asked him not to let his dog defecate in his yard. The resident said he has spoken with the neighbor about the issue on several occasions. The neighbor denied the accusation and claimed he was the victim in the issue. The officer warned the neighbor not to let his dog on the complainant’s property.
– An officer responded to a domestic dispute in the 100 block of North Lincoln Avenue and found a woman in a dispute with a male resident regarding personal belongings and the resident’s grandfather had made remarks the woman did not like. All were advised to stay away from each other until the items were removed.
– Alicia Stafford, 31, 262 1/2 Main St., Leetonia, was arrested on an active warrant out of the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office for writing bad checks at 8 p.m. Oct. 20.
– An officer responded to a reported theft of a radio from a vehicle on Lisbon Street at 4:42 p.m. Oct. 25.
– An officer responded to the 400 block of Columbia Street in reference to a suspicious person at 10:04 p.m. Oct. 31.
– An officer spoke with a person in the 300 block of Somer Street in reference to a theft at 10:07 p.m. Oct. 31.
– An officer responded to the 200 block of Main Street at 10:29 a.m. Nov. 3 in reference to a suspicious female.
– An officer responded to the 300 block of State Street in reference to a 911 call involving threats at 3:08 p.m. Nov. 5.
– An officer spoke with a woman in the 300 block of Walnut Street at 6:07 p.m. in regarding a strange letter she received in the mail.
– An officer on patrol at 10:22 p.m. Friday observed a suspicious vehicle parked at the intersection of Egypt and East Pine Lake roads occupied by two females and two males, all 15 years old except the 16-year-old driver. The driver claimed they were looking for directions. Since the driver was probationary, she was only allowed one passenger not a relative. A ride was notified to pick up the two boys and the girls were released to return to their respective homes. They were warned that they were parked on posted private property and were trespassing.
– Officers responded to a reported underage party in the 600 block of Main Street at 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Upon officers’ arrival, numerous individuals fled the residence. The homeowner was awakened and denied knowledge of the party. An underage male, Jared Barton, 19, Salem, was arrested for underage consumption.
– An officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 500 block of Benton Road at 2:40 a.m. Saturday. The driver pulled into a private driveway then fled the vehicle on foot. He was not captured but officers are aware of his identity. A passenger, Elliot Crank, 18, Salem, was arrested for underage consumption.
– An employee of Trans-Spec (Trailer America) reported at 12:03 p.m. Friday that a trailer was taken but not paid for.
– A South Main Street resident reported at 3:03 p.m. Friday fraudulent charges from his bank account.
– Police were called to the parking lot of Ace Hardware at 3:08 p.m. Friday after a vehicle was struck by a multi-colored Dodge truck which then fled the scene.
– An East Park Avenue resident reported at 6:14 p.m. Friday that his 42-inch television was stolen from his residence.
– Police were called to a Beverly Drive residence at 9:58 p.m. Friday regarding suspicious dark colored vehicle parked in the driveway.
– At 7:41 a.m. Wednesday police assisted the Beaver Township Police Department with traffic control at a crash on state Route 46.
– Someone reported at 9 a.m. Wednesday there was a downed power line and tree on fire in the area of the LM Greenhouse. Police notified the fire and electric departments.
– Someone reported at 11:21 a.m. Wednesday an object was in the middle of the road in front of Fantastic Games and was causing a traffic hazard. Police stood by while it was removed by the street department.
– A Tudor Physical Therapy employee reported at 2:59 p.m. Wednesday a customer made threats toward the business.
– George Cooper reported at 3:27 p.m. Wednesday someone damaged the property of a home on South Cross Street. Police went to the home but the residents were not there.
– A woman reported at 6:22 p.m. Wednesday she received a phone call requesting confirmation of information for a new Medicare card, and asked which bank her Social Security went into and then proceeded to ask for her account numbers. The woman said she ended the call at that point.
– Police were called to county juvenile court at 7:49 a.m. Thursday after a student attending the opportunity school threatened to harm himself. The youth was brought to the police station until an ambulance arrived to transport him to a hospital to be examined.
– A jacket and wallet found in the Butech parking lot was brought into the police department at 7:11 a.m. Thursday and placed with the dispatcher until the owner can be contacted.
– Police in the North Broadway Avenue and East 3rd Street area at 2:51 a.m. Thursday observed an intoxicated woman in a white dress had been reported. She was being assisted by another woman and they went around the corner to the rear of the building. An officer exited the cruiser and went to the rear of the building but was unable to locate them.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of East 3rd Street at 1:10 a.m. Thursday in reference to loud people but found the area quiet.
– At 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, police received a call from a Myrtle Beach resident about ownership of a vehicle that could be in the estate of a deceased person. The matter is civil.
– Police responded to the 600 block of East 3rd Street at 7:58 p.m. Wednesday regarding an interference with child custody complaint and an officer will follow up on the complaint in the near future.
– Police responded to a fight complaint in the 200 block of Park Avenue at 9:18 p.m. Wednesday. All the people involved said it was a verbal dispute over personal issues. Police found an outstanding warrant on Christy Kelgor, 693 Fair Ave., from Columbiana County and she was turned over to deputies.
– Police responded to the 500 block of Walnut Street at 9:42 p.m. Wednesday where the complainant advised her daughter’s boyfriend threatened to have someone beat her up. The daughter and boyfriend were gone when police arrived and the complainant was advised to call the police if they returned.
-Sean Hart, of the 100 block of North Union Avenue, reported at 3:24 p.m. Wednesday that sometime overnight an unknown person possibly driving west on Cleveland Street struck his vehicle’s left outside mirror, causing damage.
– A distraught person was reported at 2:07 p.m. Wednesday in the 800 block of Third Street. Police found a man having a problem, with first responders and EMT Ambulance called to the scene. The man was voluntarily taken to Salem Community Hospital for observation.
– Two males were reported walking on East State Street at 12:49 p.m. Wednesday screaming at passing traffic. They were located on East Pershing Street near Lundy Avenue and told to stop yelling and being disorderly.
– A woman in the 400 block of Franklin Avenue reported at 11:32 a.m. Wednesday that an unknown female used her identity and got her bank account closed at Woodforest Bank at Walmart and also put $342 on a credit card that’s now been closed. She’s calling the Social Security office to see if they can help her.
– Officers were called at 9:35 a.m. Wednesday to 284 E. Fourth St. to assist the Columbiana County Drug Task Force. A male tenant at the residence, Daron Nesbitt, 34, was ultimately taken into custody for tampering with evidence and taken to the county jail pending a court appearance. Nesbitt had been charged on Nov. 3 with possession of marijuana.
– Police responded at 9:22 a.m. Wednesday to the 1200 block of North Ellsworth Avenue for a 911 hangup call with the line open and no one talking. The resident said this was the fourth time in the past few weeks that this had happened and she attempted to call a 911 official. She was told a note would be left for the 911 director to check into the problem.
– An East Palestine woman reported at 7:10 a.m. Wednesday that she picks up her 16-year-old grandson at his Salem residence to take him to school and on Wednesday, the grandchild’s mother locked him out of the residence prior to her arrival. He did not have a phone or access back into the residence on North Lincoln Avenue.
– Police received a report of possible underage consumption at 1:45 a.m. Wednesday in the 1100 block of East State Street. An officer attempted to make contact, but the people inside refused to answer the door.
– Brandon Huff, 18, of 536 Walnut St., Apt. B, was charged with falsification and taken to the county jail after calling police to his residence at 12:42 a.m. Wednesday to report an alleged assault which they learned did not occur. According to the police report, Huff alleged that his girlfriend’s daughter, who also lives there, slammed his right hand in the refrigerator door, causing injury, which was visible to police. He denied wanting medical treatment. Another male at the residence at the time of the alleged incident video recorded it on his cell phone. The video allegedly showed Huff and his girlfriend’s daughter involved in a verbal dispute and showed him punch a hard plastic door inside the refrigerator with his right hand, shattering it which led to his injury. He then allegedly admitted to making the false allegation and was placed under arrest.
– A woman on North Ellsworth Avenue had two of her neighbor’s children at her residence and reported at 10:32 p.m. Tuesday that she had not been able to make contact with their mother, who was grocery shopping. There was no answer at the neighbor’s residence, but then the woman said she had just received a call from the mother, who was having car problems and would be coming home soon.
– Police were called at 10:20 p.m. Tuesday to the 8700 block of Salem Unity Road to remove a person. The resident said there was a temporary protection order against the man, but he left before police arrived. She just wanted him made aware of the potential charges for violating the protection order. She was told to call police if he returns.
– A caller at 9:20 p.m. Tuesday reported several suspicious vehicles in an alley area in the 400 block of West State Street. The vehicles were in a gravel lot along the north side of the alley. The occupants said they stopped for a short time before going to work at a nearby business.
– Joseph Wojtecki, 90, of North Union Avenue, was cited for driving under administrative license suspension after a traffic stop prompted by a report of a possible suspended, reckless driver at 8:45 p.m. Tuesday in the area of Oak Street and Southeast Boulevard.
– A caller at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday reported several people loitering around the north side of the Smith Center parking lot on Fourth Street, possibly tampering with vehicles. The people had left before officers arrived. They could not be found. None of the vehicles appeared damaged or entered.
– Police were called at 7:25 p.m. Tuesday to the municipal parking lot in the 500 block of East Pershing Street for a fight between juveniles. An adult male told police he was having problems with another male who wanted to fight him and they were supposed to meet to talk . Two juveniles nearby said they were just waiting on a ride from a church event. The other male was told to clear the area.
– Police were called at 5:28 p.m. Tuesday to the 400 block of West State Street for a parking problem in a shared driveway/alley. The shared access deadends between two residences, leaving a parking place for one vehicle from each residence. The resident who called said her parking space was occupied by a vehicle owned by someone at the other residence. Contact was made at the other home and the vehicle was moved to a different location.
– Police were called at 5:10 p.m. Tuesday to the Walmart parking lot for a motor vehicle lockout with an infant accidentally locked inside. Entry was gained.
– Officers, first responders and KLG Ambulance all responded at 3:05 p.m. Tuesday to West Fifth Street for an elderly combative male. Family members said their father refused to be transported to the hospital for a medical checkup and was adamantly refusing to leave his home. An agreement was reached to allow emotions to calm down before family members tried again.
– The manager of Giant Eagle, 2401 E. State St., called at 2:46 p.m. Tuesday regarding several suspicious people inside the building. A male and female had an interest in the inside bank and the pharmacy, but never bought anything. Nothing was seen stolen. The manager followed them outside and they left in a green car with two others.
– Jerry Reed, state Route 558, reported at 3:07 p.m. Monday that someone entered his home and stole a revolver and $250 in coins.
-Police made a traffic stop on for a driving under suspension violation at 2:49 p.m. Nov. 3 at Pinewood and North State Street. The driver, Ashley Cox of New Waterford, was advised of the reason for the stop under a random selection suspension through the Bureau of Motor vehicles, regarding her suspended license. She had no idea her license was suspended. East Palestine police were requested to respond with a drug-sniffing dog which alerted to possible contraband in the vehicle. After a probable search was conducted multiple items were seized to be sent to the laboratory for testing, including two Q-tips with an unknown black substance on the ends. A bag full of clothes with an unknown contained a blue-white colored straw with an unknown residue substance inside. Also, behind the passenger seat, a spoon with an unknown white substance that appeared to be burnt on was found. The spoon was hidden and located inside of a black boot that was left on the floor. Also an extremely large amount of work tools, DVDs, a WWII game system, and other electronics were found inside the trunk. Cox was advised of the items that were seized and stated that she had no clue what any of the items were or how they got in her vehicle. She said the black boots were hers but had been inside the vehicle for a long time. She was cited for driving under suspension and advised the seized items will be sent to the lab for testing with further charges pending.
– Police observed two juvenile males jogging on North State Street at 1:19 a.m. Nov. 3. Both said they were 14 and headed to the Vittle Village to purchase snacks and beverages. They were taken to the police department and attempts to contact their parents were unsuccessful. One was from Leetonia and was spending the night at the other’s residence and they were taken there. Police spoke to the mother of one regarding the curfew ordinance and she said she knew the boys were visiting a relative on North State Street and would be walking home late. None of them were aware of the curfew and the woman confirmed the youth from Leetonia would be staying at her residence.
– Delores Cope reported at 11:36 a.m. Tuesday she evicted the tenants of a West Pine Street home through the court and they were supposed to be out by Monday and when they left they trashed the home and left a bunch of their belongings inside, and when she changed the locks on the doors and windows and returned later they had been forced open and someone had emptied the boxes that had been packed up.
– Mary Williams requested police assistance at 7:46 p.m. Monday with retrieving personal property from a North Vine Street home.
– At 3:40 a.m. Tuesday police warned Matthew Meeks, North Beaver Street, for loud noise.
– A man reported at 10:21 a.m. Tuesday solicitors from Just Energy were just at his home on Lakeview Drive. Police warned Jarrell Brown of Cleveland and Cyrus Brown of South Bend, Ind., for soliciting without permits.
– A Columbiana High School student reported at 10:37 a.m. Tuesday that she was run off the road Monday afternoon by another student on East Park Avenue.
– A Whispering Pines Village employee reported at 12:19 p.m. Tuesday an 88-year-old resident left without signing out. Police found the man and he refused to return.
– Cindy McCoy reported at 1 p.m. Tuesday someone drove past a stopped school bus on Friday.
– Paige Harris, South Main Street, reported at 3 p.m. Tuesday she wanted her boyfriend removed from her apartment. Police warned James Goehring for trespass and telephone harassment.
– Police were called at 1:43 p.m. Tuesday to Sport Connection, 2487 E. State St., where a woman said a female customer was upset over a jacket they had done. An officer spoke with the female customer who said she was not happy about the work done and claimed they messed up her son’s school jacket. She wanted her money back. The woman said she offered to fix the jacket and do it the way the customer wanted, but the female refused. The customer said she would take it up with her attorney. She was told it’s a civil matter. The woman said the female would not calm down until she realized police were called.
– A loose dog was reported running in the 800 block of South Lundy Avenue at 12:03 p.m. Tuesday. The dog was located, but could not be caught because it ran off.
– Police responded to the KSU Salem City Center for a parking complaint at 9:27 a.m. Tuesday. A Ford Explorer was blocking an alley off of Vine Avenue. A ticket was placed on the vehicle, which was partially blocking the alley. Some residents said a female student left the vehicle there. The officer who responded was able to exit the alley with caution and did not feel it was necessary to tow the vehicle.
– A caller at 10:16 p.m. Monday reported loud persons/domestic dispute in the 2000 block of Monroe, but no disturbance could be found.
– A ticket was issued for a vehicle found parked in a no parking zone in the 700 block of East Fifth Street at 9:53 p.m. Monday. The owner moved the vehicle.
– A caller at 9:21 p.m. Monday reported loud persons/possible domestic dispute in the 100 block of South Union Avenue. Officers spoke with residents of the apartment in question and told them about the complaint. No violations were observed.
– Scott Washam, 51, of Salem, reported at 9:10 p.m. Monday the vehicle he was driving east on East Third Street was struck by a deer in the 1200 block. The deer, which was crossing northbound, was not located. The vehicle sustained damage to the front right section and roof. No injuries were reported.
– Police were dispatched at 7:12 p.m. Monday to the 400 block of Aetna Street in reference to possible animal neglect. An anonymous caller reported four dogs living in small enclosed cages outside of a home and not being cared for. An officer responded and observed bedding, shelter and a medium-sized cage. The officer made contact with the owner and saw the dogs all inside the home and noted they appeared well cared for. The owner said the dogs sleep in the house every night and only go out during the day.
– Police were called at 6:30 p.m. Monday to East Sixth Street for an open door to an unoccupied home. A side entrance was found open, but nobody was found inside and nothing appeared disturbed. Officers were able to secure the door.
– A dispute was reported at 6:19 p.m. Monday in the 800 block of West Pershing Street between a landlord and tenant. Officers spoke with all persons involved and advised the eviction process was civil in nature. They were told their options.
– A caller reported Monday seeing a motorist illegally dumping material at Wright Buffing, South Market Street. The vehicle was gone by the time police arrived.
– An officer assisted a sheriff’s deputy on a domestic dispute at Roseland Commons apartments at 5:28 p.m. Monday, but the caller refused to press charges and instead just wanted the other person to leave.
– While on patrol, an officer came upon a motorist who ran out of gas on Saltwell Road at 4:08 p.m. Monday. He waited until AAA arrived to assist.
– Scott Matheson was backing a Jeep out of a parking spot at Willow Grove Park on Sunday afternoon when he went into a ditch. The Jeep belongs to his girlfriend, Kathryn Cochran.
– Police checked on security alarms being activated at the following locations and days, but none were the result of any break-in: the post office at 3:08 p.m. Sunday; Consumers National Bank at 8:21 a.m. Sunday; Columbiana County Mental Health Center at 8:20 a.m. Sunday; Vista Center at 8:47 p.m. Friday; Mary’s Pizza at 7:26 p.m. Oct. 29; county government services building at 6:09 p.m. Saturday.
– Lisa Holt, South Lincoln Avenue, called at 2:13 a.m. Monday alleging that her boyfriend, Henry Parks, had broken into her home but had since left. Meanwhile, Parks went to the police department and he told police he lived at the residence and has a key. Both had been drinking, and Parks said his left foot was broken, so an ambulance was called to transport him to the hospital.
– Jeffrey M. Skidmore, South Market Street, reported at 12:45 a.m. Monday being involved in a domestic dispute. Skidmore just wanted Jennifer Duron, the mother of his daughter, to leave, and she left prior to the arrival of police.
– Charles N. Webber, 61, state Route 154, was cited for assured cleared distance after he drove into the rear of a stopped vehicle driven by Jerry L. Weese, 43, of Alliance, on Route 154 at 7:47 a.m. Oct. 30. Webber was attempting to pass Weese when he struck Weese’s vehicle.
– Norine Jarvis, West Washington Street, reportedly backed into a vehicle driven by Carolyn Laughlin, Thomas Road, in the Home Savings & Loan parking lot at 11:35 a.m. Monday.
– Devin A. Decker, 25, Columbiana, was cited for driving under suspension, expired plates, and seat belt following a traffic stop on Lisbon Street at 7:45 a.m. Monday. A passenger, Robert A. Harroff, 25, Columbiana, was cited for seat belt.
– Alicia R. Kaufman, 32, Columbiana, was arrested on a warrant through the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office at 8:50 a.m. Monday on Fairfield Avenue. At 6:48 p.m. her ex-husband requested police escort him to her parents’ home on Fairfield Avenue so he could retrieve his children. Police spoke with Kaufman’s parents who were able to provide paperwork proving temporary custody.
– Someone reported at 10:16 a.m. Monday someone was illegally dumping trash in Firestone Park. Police found the Pennsylvania man dumping trash in a dumpster and warned him to stop. The man told police he thought it was a community dumpster.
– A J&J Precision employee reported at 10:19 a.m. Monday someone broke into the business on Heck Road sometime over the weekend and took the petty cash envelope.
– Jamie Beel of Columbiana was arrested at 11:33 a.m. Monday on Hawkins Lane for failure to file city income tax.
– Charges were filed Monday on Larry Deidrick of Columbiana, doing business as Your Online Auction Place, for failure to file city income tax on a business account and failure to file or pay the taxes withheld from the employees.
– Charges were also filed Monday on Anthony Stacy Dattilio, Michael R. Davis of and Charles Liptay of Columbiana for failure to file city income tax on a business account
– Police were called at 9:44 a.m. Monday to the 1900 block of Maple Street where three mailboxes were broken off of their posts and were laying on the ground at a condo complex.
– Melissa Myers, 26, of 1133 Prospect St., was charged with speeding and driving under suspension non-compliance after a traffic stop at 9:09 a.m. Monday in the 300 block of Rea Drive. The plates were removed from the vehicle, per the BMV.
– A person who came to the police station at 3:28 a.m. Monday reported another person was damaging items at a residence on Walnut Street. Police responded and the person in question said he was upset earlier, but was fine now. A female resident said everything was fine.
– An officer on patrol at 3:13 a.m. Monday saw a vehicle pull behind a closed business on South Broadway Avenue, but the occupants never got out. The officer turned around to check on the vehicle and the vehicle left the lot. The officer followed and the vehicle turned into the American Standard lot and the occupants remained inside, then the officer made contact. The occupants said they worked at American Standard and were just going for a ride on their break. They didn’t explain why they pulled into the lot at the closed business.
– Police were called at 12:50 a.m. Monday to the area of Arch and Sharp for an audible alarm. Officers could hear the alarm coming from a distance and located the source at the rear of a residence on Newgarden Avenue. The residence appeared secure. The keyholder was contacted and took care of the alarm with the alarm company.
– A neighbor dispute was reported at 10:25 p.m. Sunday in the 400 block of Franklin Street. Police spoke with both persons and told them to stay away from each other for the rest of the night.
– A barking dog was reported at 10:18 p.m. Sunday in the 100 block of West 16th Street. The dog was located in a kennel, but the barking wasn’t enough to consider for a citation. The owner was contacted and said he would address the problem.
– Loud music was reported in the 400 block of Franklin Avenue at 9:40 p.m. Sunday. Police made contact with a first floor apartment tenant and the music was turned down.
– A woman in the 200 block of West Wilson Street reported at 7:50 p.m. Sunday that she was using her computer when a message appeared on the screen indicating the computer had been locked by the FBI and she would be required to pay a $300 fine to avoid possible criminal charges. An officer told her the message is a scam attempting to take her money. She was told someone with knowledge of computer software would need to remove the Spyware causing the message or it will continue returning and disabling her computer.
– Police were dispatched at 6:58 p.m. Sunday to the 200 block of Vine Avenue to assist the fire department on a medical call. A male had become combative due to diabetic issues, but everything was under control. He was transported to Salem Community Hospital for treatment.
– Police were called to Waterworth Memorial Park for an unknown disturbance created by a group of individuals near the pavilion off of Superior Avenue at 6:24 p.m. Sunday. Officers had seen the group in the park a short time earlier performing simulated combat with soft weapons. They were found near the pavilion and told about the complaint. They said they only moved to that location due to the lack of light everywhere else in the park after the sun went down. They apologized and said they would quiet down.
– Police were dispatched to the 700 block of North Ellsworth Avenue at 4:44 p.m. Sunday for an animal cruelty complaint. A woman said there was a dead cat on the property and a male had been cruel to the animal after its passing. The humane officer was contacted to remove the animal, with the matter under investigation.
– Police responded at 1:53 p.m. Sunday to the 900 block of East State Street after receiving a call from the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office about a distraught person in the area. Officers found the person and transported him back to his residence. Family members took him to Salem Community Hospital.
– A woman from Walnut Street came to speak to an officer at 1:47 p.m. Sunday about her cell phone, saying a person she knew stole the phone. Then she said she gave the phone to the person so he could use it. She was told it wasn’t stolen if she gave the phone to the person. She then said he could keep the phone, she just wanted the serial number so she could have it turned off. She was told her options.
– Illegally parked vehicles were reported at 1:04 p.m. Sunday in the 300 block of North Broadway Avenue. Two vehicles were found parked on the sidewalk. The owners were contacted and said they would take care of the problem.
– The investigation is continuing into a weekend fight outside the Night Court bar that left at least two people injured, sending one of them to the hospital with a possible fractured skull. The fight was reported at 12:41 a.m. Saturday, and the persons reportedly assaulted were Mecit Bicer, 51, of Kentucky, and Lee Stewart, 50, of Florida, who are living together in Lisbon while working in the oil and gas fields. According to witnesses, Bicer was thrown out of the Night Court after trying to start a fight with three local people and then tried several times to re-enter the establishment. Words were exchanged and a fight ensued, during which Bicer allegedly grabbed a sword, with the locals assaulting him down the street in an attempt to disarm Bicer. Other witnesses said Bicer was chased by the locals, and only pulled the sword in self defense. All the parties agreed Bicer never struck anyone with the sword. He was taken to the hospital with a possible skull fracture, while Stewart suffered a black eye. All but one of the three local people fled before police arrived, and he was identified as Shawn Haines, 29.
– A loud music complaint was received on East Lincoln Way at 1:37 a.m. Oct. 22, and police told Amanda Wilson to turn it down, which she did.
– Victoria Entrikin, McKinley Avenue, reported Oct. 15 getting a call from Harry Summers, who said he was with a drug task force in Florida and claimed she was under investigation for drug smuggling via the mail, but for a $1,000 in cash he would make the problem go away. Entrikin said her husband receives his prescription medication through the mail from a legitimate company but she believed this to be a scam.
– A caller reported seeing a possible drunk driver at 11:51 p.m. Oct. 27 and pulled in behind the vehicle and followed until the person parked at the Methodist Church. The officer spoke with the driver, who turned out to be janitor at the church, and he did not appear impaired.
– Police were called to Lisbon Auto Sales at 10:14 p.m. Oct. 29 in response to a man looking in vehicle windows. Police spoke with man, identified as Randy Gardner, who said he was waiting for the doughnut truck to make its delivery to the Circle K. Gardner was told he could not wait there, so he moved on.
– A resident of East Lincoln Way, reported Oct. 30 that an East Liverpool man she knows stole her medication, and he threatened her after she confronted him. She was told to call back if the man showed up.
– Wendell Cole, Garfield Street, reported at 8:34 p.m. Oct. 31 four homes in the neighborhood were without electricity.
– A West Lincoln Way woman reported hearing someone knocking on her door at 1:35 a.m. Friday, and police watched the residence for 15 minutes but did not see anyone lurking about. The officer continued to check on the residence through the rest of his shift.
– An officer on patrol was flagged down in regard to a man needing medical attention on West Lincoln Way at 3:30 p.m. Friday. Joe King was found sitting down, drenched in sweat and pale. The officer remained until an ambulance arrived.
– Natosha Miller, 20, McDonald Road, East Liverpool, was charged Friday with having an open of container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and possessing drug paraphernalia.
– Adam K.B. Zupancic, 21, Canfield, was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of an open container in a motor vehicle and no license plate after a Beaver Township K-9 alerted to the presence of drugs in the vehicle during a traffic stop on Elm Street at 12:44 a.m. Sunday.
GOSHEN POLICE DISTRICT
– A 15000 block state Route 165 resident reported the theft of a shotgun from his residence at 11:20 a.m. Oct. 20.
– Police responded to an assault report at the Sharon Lynn Girls Home at 7:05 p.m. Oct. 21.
– Joseph C. Pulliam, 32, Warren, was arrested for falsification and a Lordstown Police Department warrant after an officer responded to a report of a disabled vehicle at noon Oct. 22.
– A Main Street, Beloit, resident reported at 1:41 p.m. Oct. 22 that his ex-girlfriend keeps calling him when requested not to.
– A Main Street, Beloit, resident reported at 3 p.m. Oct. 23 that someone has been removing money from his checking account.
– A Middletown Road resident reported at 1:08 p.m. Oct. 25 that someone used her credit card to purchase car parts in Europe.
– A 13000 block Pine Lake Road resident reported at 3:32 p.m. Oct. 27 that someone had driven through the field next to his house while he and his wife were away.
– A Fifth Street, Beloit, resident reported at 3:06 p.m. Oct. 28 that someone stole the historic license plates off his vehicle that was parked behind his house.
– Police responded to a a theft from building report in the 11000 block of Salem Warren Road at 5:52 p.m. Oct. 30.
– A 15000 block West South Range Road resident reported at 11:16 p.m. Oct. 30 that someone stole his 9 mm handgun and battery charger from out of his cabinet drawer.
– Brigit Y. Young, 44, 421 Sharp St., Salem, was arrested for operating a vehicle intoxicated following a traffic stop for speed at 12:30 a.m. Oct. 31.
– A 7000 block of West South Range Road resident reported at 9:42 p.m. Oct. 31 that someone had driven on his front yard causing minor damage.
– Logan Charles Nagy, 16, Williams Street, Beloit, was cited for assured clear distance ahead following a two-vehicle crash in the 13000 block of Main Street in Beloit at 4:04 p.m. Nov. 1 in which he was southbound and allegedly failed to stop for traffic, striking the rear of a vehicle driven by Shawn P. Dickson, 37, Beloit. Nagy was treated on scene for possible injuries.
– A driver reported someone in a red Ford pickup had been riding his bumper and passed him, forcing him toward the right side of the roadway in the 14000 block of Western Reserve Road at 12:47 p.m. Saturday.
– A concerned caller reported a verbal argument between two individuals regarding property distribution in the 13000 of Oak Avenue at 4:50 p.m. Saturday.
SALEM POLICE REPORTS
– Three ATM/debit cards from three separate locations were turned in at the police station Sunday afternoon, with the cards placed in lost and found. One card was found in the ATM at Home Savings, one at Farmers Bank and one at another location, all in the city.
– A man came to the police station at 12:36 p.m. Sunday and wanted to know where his vehicle was. He was not involved in an incident in the city, but an officer was able to locate his vehicle and gave him the appropriate contact numbers.
– Police were called at 12:29 p.m. Sunday to the 400 block of South Broadway Avenue where someone busted out the windows of a woman’s vehicle while parked in front of a residence. Both the front and back windshields were smashed. The tool that caused the damage was recovered off of the back seat.
– An anonymous caller at noon Sunday reported street signs and other miscellaneous items in the wooded area of Waterworth Memorial Park near the Salem Community Center. Officers checked the area and found the old signs and other trash. The parks department will be notified.
– A vehicle was reported parked on the wrong side of the road in a no parking zone on Monroe at 9:20 a.m. Sunday, but when an officer checked, there were no vehicles in violation.
– Talitha Hormell, 21, of North Broadway Avenue, was cited for failure to control after her westbound vehicle on East State Street attempted to turn left to travel north on Lincoln Avenue and went through a red light and failed to negotiate the turn, striking a southbound van driven by Joshua Culp, 30, of West 10th Street, who was attempting to turn east onto State Street from Lincoln Avenue. No injuries were reported.
– Daron Nesbitt, 34, of 284 E. Fourth St., was cited for a minor misdemeanor of possession of marijuana after police were called to his residence for a domestic at 8:01 a.m. Sunday. Police found the situation was not a domestic, but was unwanted persons. While inside the residence, officers noticed narcotics in plain view, cited Nesbitt and removed the unwanted people.
– A man on Walnut Street reported at 2:08 a.m. Sunday that he recently moved into a friend’s residence and she has started to harass him. He was told his options and said he was going to stay somewhere else to avoid further problems.
– Loud music was reported at 1:46 a.m. Sunday in the area of the 300 block of East Third Street. A resident on North Broadway Avenue was notified of the complaint and told to turn down the music. Police had been to the same residence for the same complaint at 1:15 a.m. Sunday.
– A woman on Vine Avenue reported at 1:53 a.m. Sunday that she was assaulted in the parking lot of a Railroad Street property. She said she was pushed from behind and kicked in the back by an unknown person. She didn’t see who assaulted her.
– An officer at 1:02 a.m. Sunday saw a vehicle parked at Centennial Park after closing hours. The driver was contacted, advised of the park hours and left without incident.
– A domestic dispute was reported at 11:11 p.m. Saturday in the 200 block of East Fourth Street. An officer could hear a man and woman yelling at each other and the male’s voice escalating as the officer arrived at the door. Due to safety concerns, the officer announced police and immediately opened the door of the apartment. A boyfriend and girlfriend were having an argument. No threats or violence occurred and both were told the consequences and potential for arrest if officers had to return.
-A vehicle was reported parked in a no parking zone on West 13th Street at 8:12 p.m. Saturday. The vehicle was partially on the front yard of a property in the 200 block. Contact was made at the residence and someone said the vehicle would be moved to the driveway.
– Police were called at 5:59 p.m. Saturday to Monroe Street for illegally parked vehicles on the south side of the street. No parking violations were seen by police.
– A caller at 4:32 p.m. Saturday reported a person to be removed from a residence in the 100 block of Woodland Avenue. A man said the woman had already left. She wanted inside the house to see her child. She doesn’t have custody. The man was told to call police if she returns.
– William J. Guthrie, 19, of East Fifth Street, was cited for assured clear distance at 2:15 p.m. Saturday after the northbound vehicle he was driving on North Lincoln Avenue struck the rear of a car driven by Steve Close, 39, of Seacrest Road, who was turning into a private lot.
– Police were called to the Sparkle parking lot at 12:28 a.m. Saturday regarding an erratic driver pulling into the lot. No vehicle in the lot, however, matched the description.
– A man turned in a truck plate, found on state Route 11, at 8:55 a.m. Saturday. The plate’s owner was notified, and someone would retrieve the plate at the station.
– An employee of Cobbler’s Corner called at 9:39 a.m. Saturday regarding recent thefts taking place at the store.
– Robin Scott, New Waterford, was parked at the Rite Aid parking lot at 11:57 a.m. Saturday when she was hit by what appeared to be a white car backing up from the parking spot next to her.
– A caller at 1:56 p.m. Saturday reported a vehicle traveling on East Third Street with the rear occupants fighting. The vehicle was not found.
– Devan McCallister, 19, of East Sixth Street, was cited for driving under suspension and expired plates after a traffic stop at 1 p.m. Saturday on West Pershing Street at the railroad tracks.
– Police were called at 10:42 a.m. Saturday to the 500 block of Woodland Avenue for criminal damaging. An officer took some information and told the owner to call police if he sees anyone acting suspicious around his vehicles.
– A drive-off was reported at 10:20 a.m. Saturday at Smith Oil, 968 E. State St., where a customer failed to pay for gasoline.
– An officer on patrol was advised at 8:39 a.m. Saturday that two people were carrying a large amount of wires on North Ellsworth Avenue. One person was located who matched the description but denied involvement.
– An alarm was reported at 3:19 a.m. Saturday at Suburban Market, 667 Newgarden Ave., with all outer perimeter doors found secure. A key holder responded and the interior was also checked, but appeared fine.
– A woman came to the police station at 3:04 a.m. Saturday to report finding a backpack on state Route 7. The backpack contained miscellaneous items belonging to a female. Dispatch was attempting contact with someone at a phone number found inside.
– Brenna Perkins, 19, of 42504 Morris Road, Lisbon, was taken into custody at 2:06 a.m. Saturday at a property in the 1600 block of South Lincoln Avenue on outstanding warrants from Columbiana and Stark counties.
– An officer was flagged down at 1:45 a.m. Saturday in the back parking lot near city hall regarding a theft. Athena Nicholes of Whinnery Road said someone stole her pocketbook which contained money and personal identification.
– An officer on patrol at 12:55 a.m. saw three vehicles in Waterworth Memorial Park after the park curfew of midnight. Contact was made with a male and female in the back seat of one of the vehicles with the windows fogged up. They were told about the curfew and sent on their way. Contact was made with four people in another vehicle and they were also advised of the curfew and sent on their way.
– A gold vehicle was reported being reckless at 12:35 a.m. Saturday on West State Street and then was found parked.
– A father called at 11:47 p.m. Friday to request a well-being check on his son at a residence in the 700 block of North Lincoln Avenue in reference to threats made by the stepdad to the boy. An officer told the mother and stepdad about the complaint. The boy appeared okay, but expressed concern over them possibly retaliating for the police being called. They were told the consequences of physical harm and said they understood.
– An officer working an off-duty event at the Salem football game reported at 11:07 p.m. Friday that someone turned over an iPod found on the ground.
– A woman from Seventh Street reported at 10:11 p.m. Friday that she was legally parked at Circle K West on West State Street when a female driver in another vehicle struck the right side of her vehicle. When she exited her vehicle, the female driver began to yell obscenities at her and left. There was minor damage and she didn’t want anything done, but just wanted the female driver to be advised of the proper way of dealing with the incident.
– John Mohr, of the 700 block of North Ellsworth Avenue, reported at 8:42 p.m. Friday that while he was sleeping, an unknown person stole his flat screen television and $60 from his wallet.
– An officer at 7:46 p.m. Friday saw several vehicles parked in a clearly marked no parking zone, except for holidays and weekends, in the 100 block of Ohio Avenue. Tickets were issued.
– An animal was reported injured at 7:17 p.m. Friday in the 1600 block of North Ellsworth Avenue, but could not be found.
– Two female juveniles were reported walking along the railroad tracks in the area of West Wilson Street at 6:03 p.m. Friday. They told an officer they were taking a shortcut to get to Wilson to go to the football game.
– Police were called at 4:32 p.m. Friday to the 200 block of West Wilson Street for a report of animal cruelty. The person who called spoke with police and said a resident of the home has not been caring for a dog in the house and now the dog isn’t able to move. The dog was alive, but unable to move on its own. The humane officer was contacted and removed the dog to receive care. The owner of the dog said she doesn’t know what’s wrong with the animal and that she has tried to give it food and water which it refuses. The situation will be followed up after the dog is checked by a veterinarian.
– A domestic was reported at 3:51 p.m. Friday in the 500 block of Walnut Street where a woman said she was having problems with her daughter accusing her of stealing. The daughter said she gave her mother money for rent on Thursday and her mother won’t give the money back now. She was there to remove some property and leave. The mother said she gave the money back in the morning. Both said it was a verbal dispute. They were told if it becomes physical, charges could result.
– Police responded at 3:42 p.m. Friday to the 1100 block of East Third Street to check on the welfare of a resident. He was located and due to the man’s state of intoxication, he was transported to Salem Community Hospital by ambulance for evaluation. Police had been called to the same residence at 2:16 p.m. Friday regarding the same man. A woman and others said they allowed him to stay there because he was homeless, but he was intoxicated and causing problems. He was supposedly hiding in a shed at the rear of the residence. An officer found him in the wooded area behind the residence and attempted to get him to go back, but he refused, saying they threw him out and his belongings were in bags out front. He said he would get the bags later and was going to the park. He was told if he caused anymore problems, he would be facing jail. People at the residence don’t want him back.
– Marilyn Seidner, 79, of Seacrist Road, was cited for assured clear distance after one accident on State Street in front of Salem Community Hospital, then became a victim herself when a vehicle trying to drive around the accident scene struck her car. In the first accident at 3:32 p.m. Friday, Amie Hartman, 55, of Carrollton, was traveling west on East State Street and stopped in traffic to allow pedestrians to cross the street by the hospital. Seidner, also westbound, failed to stop and collided with the rear of the Hartman vehicle. Hartman and her passengers, Brittanie Hartman, 31, and Ahliyah Hartman, 8, and Caydence Hartman, 9, all of Carrollton, were all taken to the hospital for possible injuries. In the second crash, Seidner was stopped on the road after being involved in the first accident when a westbound vehicle driven by Joan Slason, 87, of Pembrooke Drive, attempted to go around and struck the left quarterpanel of her vehicle. No injuries were reported. Slason was cited for failure to maintain reasonable control.
– Police were called to the 500 block of Aetna Street at 2:32 p.m. Friday where the left rear passenger side window of a vehicle was shattered during the night. It appeared that the glass blew outward and it may have been caused by the difference in the temperature.
– A woman on Arch Street called at 10:55 a.m. Friday concerned about threats a relative was making to turn her into state authorities for an investigation regarding property in her mother’s estate. She was advised there was no basis that warranted an investigation of her.
– Hank Brock of Salem High School reported at 10:53 a.m. Friday that someone overnight used green paint to paint a WB on the front and back of the school sign on East Sixth Street, along with painting WB on the sidewalk. School maintenance was called to clean it up.
– Police were called about a female falling and striking her head at the entrance to Giant Eagle on East State Street at 9:40 a.m. Friday. First responders and an ambulance also responded. The woman was about to move from her seated position on her walker and stood when the walker moved and she fell backward, striking her head on cement. She was taken to Salem Community Hospital. Her daughter was with her.
– Police were called at 8:52 a.m. Friday to Elm Street where two trucks were entered and three chain saws were taken from one of the trucks.
– Police were called at 7:43 a.m. Friday to the 300 block of West Ninth Street where a man was outside fighting with himself. First responders were called to check him as a precaution.
– A woman turned a license plate over to police at 9:03 a.m. Friday. The owner of the plate was reached and would pick up the plate.
– Police were alerted at 12:27 p.m. Friday about a possible underage consumer. The address was unknown.
– Desiree Witherow, Union Street, reported at 3:47 p.m. Friday a verbal custody dispute.
– Police were dispatched at 7:34 p.m. Friday regarding a disabled vehicle on state Route 14. Upon arrival, the driver was able to get the car moving.
– Police were notified at 10:32 p.m. Friday of a reckless driver driving east on state Route 14, then turning north onto state Route 164. The driver was stopped, but no impairment was found.
– Police were called to the Sparkle Market at 12:28 a.m. Saturday after an erratic driver pulled into the parking lot.
– Police responded to the area of Scarboro Lane and Painter Road at 8:27 a.m. Thursday for a report of a suspicious object. The officer found a couple boxes and Styrofoam packaging scattered in the curb lawn. The street department was notified to clean it up.
– A woman dropped off at the station at 10:41 a.m. Thursday a wallet that she had found on Roosevelt Avenue. After locating the owner, it was discovered the wallet was missing $50 cash, a birth certificate and a social security card.
– An officer responded to a 100 block West 16th Street home at 1:15 p.m. Thursday where the owner reported someone within the past four days had forced entry through a door and removed his tools.
– Officers responded to the 1200 block of East Pershing Street at 4:11 p.m. Thursday where a woman said she saw two people force entry into a home and remove several items. Officers were unable to find the people in question.
– Police responded to a one-vehicle crash on North Lincoln Avenue at East State Street at 4:21 p.m. Thursday in which a semi truck had been driven over a post on the northeast corner when the driver attempted to turn north off of East State Street. The trailer had to be moved by tow truck and the city electrician responded to fix a damaged lamp post. The driver was not cited.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of East State Street at 5:25 a.m. Friday for a report of a man yelling. Officers found the man yelling and slamming a car door in an alley. He said he was angry about an issue with his cell phone. He was advised to be more quiet.
– Danielle R. Hamner, 23, 595 Continental Drive, Salem, was cited for driving under suspension following a traffic stop in the 1100 block of Prospect Street at 12:38 p.m. Thursday.
– A state Route 9 resident reported at 4:51 p.m. Thursday that a vehicle had struck his mailbox, knocking it from its post, sometime that afternoon. There was no evidence left at the scene and the resident was able to re-attach the mailbox to its post, but the resident noted it was the second time it had happened in as many weeks.
– A Hearthside Drive resident left a message on the police department answering machine at 9:10 p.m. Thursday regarding suspicious noises outside her residence, but officers did not get the message until shift change later that night. An officer responded to the home and checked the exterior, but found nothing amiss. The dayshift was asked to contact the resident and advise of the proper number to call for police assistance.
– Police responded to a vehicle observed by Goshen police parked on the shoulder of the roadway on Egypt Road north of Painter Road at 1:05 a.m. Friday. Upon arrival the officer identified the three individuals, who were attempting to conceal themselves on the passenger side of the vehicle, and found them to be under the age of 21. Cora Lane Day, 18, Canton, was arrested for underage consumption and Dylan Anthony Patch, 20, was arrested for underage consumption, underage possession and possession of marijuana. The third person was found to be doing nothing illegal and was released with the vehicle at the owner’s consent.
– An officer responded to the 2000 block of Egypt Road at 1:35 a.m. Friday for a report of a tree that had fallen across the roadway. The officer found that the tree had fallen on cable wires and notified the Perry Township fire department and road crew.
– An officer responded to the 1300 block of Highland East at 1:53 a.m. Friday where the resident reported her daughter had heard a gate open outside the residence. The officer checked the area but did not observe anyone walking around nor any suspicious vehicles.
– A Metz Road woman requested advice from police at 12:50 p.m. Thursday regarding issues with a child. Police told the woman it was a civil matter and referred her to an attorney.
– Jackie Loveland reported at 1:16 p.m. Thursday a suspicious man was in the alley behind a South Main Street building and was possibly holding a firearm. Police went to the area but did not see the man.
– An Arby’s employee reported at 1:10 p.m. Thursday a suspicious man was at the business yesterday.
– Douglas E. Litman, Ridgehill Avenue, reported telephone harassment at 3:34 p.m. Thursday.
– Tammy Ketchum reported at 6:35 p.m. Thursday that when she walked back to her vehicle after leaving Once Again Kids the doors were opened and she was concerned someone may have been inside. Police checked and found no one inside and no items missing.
– A woman reported at 9:13 p.m. Thursday a black dog that appeared to be lost was running loose in the area of Cashland on North Main Street and ran in front of her vehicle causing her to nearly run it over. The dog was not struck and ran away.
– An anonymous person at 12:21 p.m. Thursday brought a personal check to the police that he found on the street at North Union Avenue and East Third Street. No information on the owner or person the check was written to was found. The check, which apparently was intended to pay rent, was placed in evidence for safekeeping.
– A woman on Vine Avenue called at 6:17 a.m. Thursday to tell police her boyfriend was coming over to beat her up. She wanted an officer to give him back his key and get her key back from him. The officer said he couldn’t do that and told her options for calling police if he comes over or making arrangements to exchange keys and get her property back. An officer went to the estranged boyfriend’s residence, but there was no answer.
– A possible intoxicated driver was reported in a white Dodge SUV at 1:17 a.m. Thursday on State Street west of Union Avenue. The vehicle wasn’t found.
– Police responded to North Union Avenue at 10:12 p.m. Wednesday and checked the length of the street and surrounding streets after a resident saw a dark-colored SUV traveling up and down the street no less than three times. A female was seen exiting the vehicle and walking around in lawns. The vehicle and female were not found.
– A woman on South Howard Avenue reported at 8:53 p.m. Wednesday that her son had been allowed to use a computer she obtained from Aaron’s and reportedly sold it without her permission. She still owes $500 toward the computer and he sold it for a small amount of money to a neighbor. She showed the officer the paperwork and said she contacted the neighbor and he had already sold it to someone else. An officer contacted the neighbor and told him the computer would be stolen property if charges are filed on the woman’s son and he could be charged as well for receiving stolen property. If the computer is retrieved, she won’t pursue charges and will reimburse him for the money he gave her son. He said he would try to retrieve the computer. An investigation remains pending.
– An officer responded to the 400 block of Filbert Avenue at 8:36 p.m. Wednesday for a report of a man sleeping under a blue tarp in a grassy area. Officers made contact with the male, who had several blue bags of groceries, but no tarp. He said he was walking home and stopped to eat a yogurt and rest. The discarded yogurt container was on the ground and he picked it up and placed it in an empty bag. He said he would be on his way shortly. No warrants were found for him and he had a local address.
– Tim Tipton, of Calla Road, reported at 7:57 p.m. Wednesday that he left a business in the 200 block of West State Street and was told by a motorist parked next to him that children had been pushing carts and several rolled downhill, with one of them hitting his pickup and another rolling out into the street. He got the registration of the vehicle, which was just leaving, and didn’t want to pursue the matter, but wanted the parent contacted. An officer saw the scuffed paint and scratches that left red marks on the white pickup from the cart’s handle. An officer contacted the parent and juvenile and both said it was not intentional. The juvenile pushed the cart to where several other carts were and they rolled away after he entered his mom’s vehicle. The juvenile was told to make sure the carts are secured next time.
– Police were looking for a 62-year-old Latino male with short hair, dark complexion, about 5 feet 1 inches or 5 feet 2 inches tall with a stocky build after his roommate and another friend reported him missing at 7:39 p.m. Wednesday. He had not been seen since Tuesday, none of his family members or his live-in girlfriend had heard from him and none of his clothing or belongings were missing. They were concerned for his well-being. The local jail and hospital were checked just in case but neither facility had any record of him.
– A woman reported at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday that a known male sent her messages on Facebook advising he had followed her. She said she has seen him in places where she has gone several times and was concerned. She didn’t want him contacted, but wanted the incident documented.
– A hypodermic needle was reported found at 6:37 p.m. Wednesday in the 400 block of East Second Street. An officer disposed of the needle.
– A woman from Aetna Street reported at 6:25 p.m. Wednesday that a known female is harassing her and her juvenile daughter. An officer saw harassing text messages on her phone and from Facebook. The suspect will be contacted and told to stop contacting the woman. Police also told the woman to cease contact with the female. The same woman had called earlier in the day at noon to report she and her family were being harassed by the female who came to the residence and made threats and sent messages to many of her friends and extended family. Apparently the woman’s daughter broke up with the female’s son.
– A 17-year-old driver from Hanoverton was attempting to park in the lot at 217 N. Lincoln Ave. when he accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake and struck the central air unit of the business, causing major damage to the unit and minor damage to the vehicle at 3:57 p.m. Wednesday.
– William Cartwright of Salem Fun Factory reported at 2:27 p.m. Wednesday that a package delivered to the side door of the business on Pershing Street by UPS was missing.
– An officer responded at 1:01 p.m. Wednesday to the 700 block of North Ellsworth Avenue to assist the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office with an investigation.
– The city service department reported at 12:24 p.m. Wednesday that a man was blowing leaves into the street on Edgewood Drive. An officer told the man of the violation he was committing and he said he would take care of it.
– Rodney W. Herron, of Woodsdale Road, reported at 12:24 p.m. Wednesday that he recently bought the building at 110 W. State St. and hired employees to renovate it. He said a former employee stole a cement saw from the building and he later learned it was pawned in Austintown.
– A woman on Continental Drive called at 11:55 a.m. Wednesday about an incident with her landlord and the electric being shut off. They gave conflicting stories. She was told to seek legal advice and contact Ohio Edison.
– Danielle Stanley, 25, of 260 Railroad St., was taken into custody at 10 a.m. Wednesday on a warrant for a felony charge of possession of drugs.
– Sarah Andrea, 37, of Burtview Place, was cited for assured clear distance after her northbound vehicle struck the rear of a northbound vehicle driven by Christine Jugenheimer, 47, of Prospect Street, who was stopped for the red light at 7:14 a.m. Wednesday on Ellsworth Avenue at State Street.
– Police responded at 4:18 p.m. Wednesday to a group home on Elberon Avenue for a medical assist after a resident called police for an ambulance to take her to the hospital. When asked why she didn’t contact the ambulance directly, the resident said the phone number for police was the only one she could remember. The caretaker said the resident did not request medical attention from them. Police remained until the ambulance arrived.
– Tyler Thornton, 21, of Alliance, was cited for non-compliance driving under suspension after a traffic stop at 3:22 p.m. Wednesday in the 1300 block of West State Street. The vehicle was towed and Thornton and his passenger walked from the scene.
– Police were requested at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday to initiate a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling west on the state Route 45 bypass at Georgetown Road for the Columbiana County Drug Task Force. The female driver was questioned about her reckless driving.
– Police and KLG Ambulance responded at 1:14 a.m. Wednesday to the 1200 block of Andrew Avenue in reference to a 2-year-old child having difficulty breathing. The child was transported to Akron Children’s Hospital in Boardman.
GOSHEN POLICE DISTRICT
– A Middletown Road woman reported at 4:45 p.m. Oct. 14 that her 18-year-old son informed her he would not be coming home. She was advised that he could not be considered a missing person.
– A Western Reserve Road couple reported at 2:08 p.m. Oct. 17 that a woman they knew had been calling them repeatedly despite being warned to stop.
– Police responded to a stolen vehicle report in the 15000 block of state Route 14 at 4:05 p.m. Oct. 17.
– Eric D. Childers, 45, 9840 Cherry Hill, Canfield, was arrested for operating a vehicle intoxicated following a traffic stop for traveling left of center at 1:41 a.m. Oct. 18.
– A Lisbon Road resident reported at 10:09 a.m. Oct. 19 that someone had cashed fraudulent checks from unknown consumer companies from his account.
– Amy Harbour, New Waterford, reported at 9:38 a.m. Wednesday she was having custody issues with her ex at the Lutheran Church on South Main Street. Police escorted her and her children to her home and there were no problems.
– At 11:31 a.m. Wednesday a Dutch Haus employee reported a Boardman school bus attempted to drop students off under their drive-through roof but the bus was too tall and struck the structure, damaging it. James R. DeBartolo, 68, Maple Ridge Drive, Boardman, told police he was driving the bus when it struck the structure. No citations were issued.
– Karren Christley, 70, Warren, was parked in the Columbiana Plaza lot on South Main Street at 3:21 p.m. Wednesday and accidentally hit the gas pedal instead of the bake pedal while attempting to put the vehicle into drive and struck an unoccupied parked vehicle owned by Kelly Pavelko, 33, Chris Avenue, Washingtonville. No injuries were reported and no citations issued.
– Brian Eaker, North Cross Street, reported at 9:11 p.m. Wednesday he was having problems with his wife. Police spoke with the couple who said they were in an argument only and agreed to remain together at the home for the night.