– Jerry L. Toot, 220 Pendleton St., Lisbon, was cited for failure to yield from a private drive after a two-vehicle crash in the 600 block of East Pershing Street at 7:34 a.m. Friday in which he pulled from a drive and struck a westbound vehicle driven by Robert L. Saunier, McCracken Road, Salem. No injuries were reported.
– Police responded to a neighbor dispute in the 400 block of East Third Street at 10:43 a.m. Friday in which a woman reported her neighbor had been sending her harassing text messages all morning.
– A Maple Street resident reported at 4:56 p.m. Friday that someone overnight had entered his unlocked residence and taken his cell phone.
– An officer responded to a Sharp Avenue home at 5 p.m. Friday where the resident reported someone called him requesting he activate a green dot card and send money to a person via Western Union, for which he would receive a large sum of cash.
– Linzy R. Haueter, 16, Painter Road, Salem, was cited for failure to yield at an intersection following a two-vehicle crash at Southeast Boulevard and South Lincoln Avenue at 6:05 p.m. Friday in which she was westbound on Southeast Boulevard and pulled into the intersection, striking a southbound vehicle driven by Wilson A. Smith, 78, Birch Road, East Liverpool. No injuries were reported.
– Police responded to a report of a loud explosion in the 1200 block of Fairview Avenue at 8:54 p.m. Friday but were unable to find anything out of the ordinary.
– Calvin D. McCon Jr., 44, 975 E. Third St., Salem, was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication after a patrolling officer at 2:04 a.m. Saturday observed people arguing outside a South Broadway Avenue bar and found him threatening staff and attempting to leave without paying his tab. While officers attempted to identify McCon, a woman, identified as Bridgette A. Loutzenheiser, 31, 251 Plymouth Place, Salem, walked out of the bar with an open container of beer and was cited for open container. Another woman, Ashley M. Vanderhoff, 25, 624 Cherry St., Salem, whom officers knew to have a warrant for her arrest, was observed walking down the street. She refused to stop for the officer, but was apprehended farther down the road by another officer for the warrant out of the Columbiana Police Department for theft.
– Police responded to a suspicious vehicle in a parking lot in the 700 block of West State Street at 2:43 a.m. Saturday and found the occupants to have no operator’s license and the one in the driver’s seat to have been consuming alcohol. They were allowed to walk from the scene after the clerk at the business permitted the vehicle to be left in the lot until morning.
– Steven C. Sorrentino, 26, Steubenville, was arrested on a warrant out of the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office for a probation violation following a traffic stop in the 1100 block of East State Street at 3:20 a.m. Saturday in which he was a passenger.
– Police responded to a suspicious vehicle report in the 800 block of East Fourth Street at 9:03 a.m. Saturday and found it illegally parked with the front passenger side tire on the curb lawn and blocking the view from a residential driveway. The owner could not be located so it was towed.
– A Prospect Street resident reported on station at 11:16 a.m. Saturday that someone from outside the city made threats regarding money owed to his mother.
– Police responded to a fight in the 200 block of Hawley Avenue at 12:27 p.m. Saturday and found a verbal dispute between neighbors. They were told to stay away from each other.
– Police responded to a domestic disturbance in the 900 block of Fair Avenue at 12:41 p.m. Saturday and found a verbal dispute between two people regarding the end of a relationship. There were no signs of violence and one of the two agreed to leave.
– A South Elm Street resident reported at 2:06 a.m. Friday noises and a dog barking, and wanted the area checked. Officers checked the area and found everything to be secure.
– A representative from Parkside at 12:32 p.m. Friday reported a visitor assaulted one of the residents.
– Nancy Kana, Poland, was parked at 7:44 p.m. Friday behind the Dutch Haus facing south, and Kevin White, Delphos, was also parked behind the Dutch Haus facing north when their front bumpers touched. No visible damaged was observed, and no citations were issued.
-Two children were reported at 11:15 p.m. Friday walking in the middle of Pittsburgh Street toward the high school.
– A fight was reported at 11:28 p.m. Friday in the area of Blueberry Street and Pershing Street. A homeowner flagged down an officer, and four children were found and issued warnings.
– Police spoke to a complainant in the 200 block of Plymouth Place at 4:31 p.m. Wednesday in reference to possible stolen firearms from her late husband. Police spoke to family members and located the firearms at a relatives who said they were given permission to have the firearms by the deceased. Police advised the relative and the complainant that they would have to speak to their attorneys to handle the matter.
– At 2:45 p.m. Tuesday, police spoke to a resident in the 200 block of North Indiana Boulevard at the station regarding harassment by text messaging. The complainant advised that numerous girls have been texting her juvenile daughter and they would not stop. The complainant let police read the messages and she was advised they were not harassing in nature. Police advised the complainant they will contact the people sending the messages and advise them to stop.
– At 1:56 a.m. Thursday, police responded to the 1300 block of North Lincoln Avenue where they were asked to remove a bat from the residence. The bat could not be found.
– At 10:23 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the 1100 block of Prospect Street for an unwanted person. The complainant advised their brother arrived during the night while they were sleeping and refused to leave. Police located the person sleeping in the back bedroom and he was requested to leave and he complied. He was served with a trespass notice issued from the manager of Salem Acres advising that he was no longer welcome on the property. He gathered his belongings and left.
– Police responded to the 1200 block of North Union Avenue at 11:08 a.m. Thursday where the complained advised of an attempted burglary. The homeowner said unknown persons attempted to gain entry to the residence by removing edging around the basement window on the northeast side of the residence, along with a skylight on the roof. The complainant advised they were not sure when the damage occurred and entry was not gained.
– Police were advised by a caller at 11:08 p.m. Thursday of a possible intoxicated driver on U.S. Route 62 near Pine lake Road. Police located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop after observing an infraction and found the driver was tired and not impaired.
– Police responded to the 1800 block of Depot Road at 12:30 p.m. Thursday where two unwanted people were refusing to leave and were attempting to let animals out of their cages. An employee advised there was no problem and that police were not needed.
– A caller reported school buses were unable to traverse the railroad crossing on South Main Street at 7:40 a.m. Thursday because the gates were down. Police helped the buses get across.
– A debit card belonging to June McAfee was turned in at 9:18 p.m. Thursday.
-Krista Burt, Blueberry Drive, reported someone driving a white Buick Century was speeding up and down the road at 10:52 p.m. Thursday. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
– Police responded to a home on West Lincoln Way at 9:53 a.m. Tuesday, where a woman said she had stumbled and fell into the door, injuring her head. Blood was located at the base of the door, and a witness said this was the fourth or fifth time this had happened. Police remained until an ambulance arrived to transport her to the hospital.
– Police were called to the Cherished Children day care center at 10 p.m. Thursday in regard to a bat in the building, which was the third time this week. Police were able to get the bat to go out a door.
– Police responded to a minor accident at the intersection of Thomas Road and West Lincoln Way at 11:49 a.m. Thursday, where Jerry Richards, Eagleton Road, struck a vehicle driven by Jerry Wells, Mattix Road. Wells was attempting to drive through the intersection when Richard turned left onto Lincoln Way from South Lincoln Avenue, striking Wells’ vehicle.
– Police responded to the 600 block of East 3rd Street at 1:06 a.m. Friday for a loud music complaint. Police could hear music but it was not excessive and the resident turned it down.
– Police responded to the 1200 block of East Pershing Street at 1:33 a.m. Friday and met with a complainant who requested to speak with an officer. It was a civil matter.
– At 2:35 a.m. Friday, police responded to the 500 block of Fair Avenue for a loud music complaint and the residents were advised to keep it down.
– At 6:16 a.m. Friday, police responded to Oak Street for a man looking into vehicles and observed a man near Madison Avenue He had a large amount of change in his front pants pockets; however he denied entering vehicles and was transported to his residence in the 1200 block of East Pershing Street.
– At 6 a.m. Friday, police on patrol in the 500 block of Fair Avenue observed an unattended fire in the backyard and advised the resident to extinguish it.
– Police spoke to a person on station at 3:56 p.m. Thursday who recovered property found in the 2000 block of Southeast Boulevard. The item was placed in the department lost and found and police will attempt to contact the owner.
– Police responded to the 100 block of North Howard Avenue at 5:16 p.m. Thursday where a juvenile was locked inside a motor vehicle. Police were unable to unlock it.
– At 5:32 p.m. Thursday, a complainant turned in a debit card that was found in the 100 block of South Lincoln Avenue. It was placed in the department lost and found department.
– Police responded to the 900 block of Adams Street at 6:24 p.m. Thursday for a water line break with water coming up from the ground onto the road. The water department was advised.
– At 6:29 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the 800 block of Barclay Avenue for a possible intruder and the complainant advised of hearing noises in the basement. Police checked the residence and no one was inside.
– At 6:55 p.m. Thursday, police patrolling in the Cunningham Road and Bentley Drive area made a registration check on a vehicle and found an outstanding warrant on the driver, Christopher J. Hum, 449 Continental Dr., #34 out of Columbiana County. He was turned over to sheriff’s deputies.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Euclid Street at 7:01 p.m. Thursday for a neighbor dispute over a dog and loud music. Police advised both of the options and they advised that they would avoid the other.
– A person located a debit card in 600 block of East State Street at 7:34 p.m. Thursday and turned it into the police department. It was placed in the lost and found department.
– Police were approached by a man in the 700 block of West State Street at 10:31 p.m. Thursday who needed assistance in contacting a family member. Police were able to assist him.
– Police responded to an East State Street business at 3:52 p.m. Tuesday for a report of an irate customer who began making threats toward employees after his girlfriend’s overdue account was called in. The male allegedly threatened to return with a gun.
– Officers responded to the Broadway Plaza at 5:55 p.m. Tuesday where a woman reported that she had attempted to move out of her East Fourth Street apartment when her roommate threatened her with a decorative sword. The roommate said that he only threatened her after she threatened him with pepper spray. They were both warned against threatening other people.
– A Cleveland Street woman reported on station at 10:07 p.m. Tuesday that her soon-to-be-ex husband would not stop texting her. He agreed to cease contact.
– Officers responded to an East Euclid Street home at 10:44 p.m. Tuesday where a resident reported a man had been driving past playing loud music and shouting threats at him, then followed him when he left the home that night.
– A patrolling officer at 6:57 a.m. Wednesday observed a dispute outside an East Second Street home and found it to be a verbal altercation between a husband and wife.
– An officer responded to a loose dog complaint in the 600 block of East Eighth Street at 9:37 a.m. Wednesday and found the dog in the front yard with no one home. A neighbor tied the dog in the back yard and a warning was left
– An officer responded to the 1100 block of Orchard Bend Drive at 10 a.m. Wednesday where a woman reported a man kept driving past her and waving while she was walking. When contacted the man said that he was exploring the neighborhood and just trying to be friendly.
– An East State Street woman reported on station at 1:40 p.m. Wednesday that someone had been making out checks with her information and attempting to cash them.
– After receiving a call about a reckless driver at 6:48 p.m. Tuesday, police found the vehicle in the alley between South Green Street and South Lincoln Avenue and the driver, Edward A. Duko II of Salem, laying down in the front seat. Duko stated the car had been towed there and he was waiting for his mechanic, but he later admitted to having been driving. Duko was then cited for driving under suspension since he only had driving privileges to and from work and school, and the spot in the alley was neither.
– Someone from Cherished Children reported at 9 p.m. Tuesday there was a bat in the kitchen, which is the second time that had occurred this week. Police arrived and gently coerced the bat into a bucket, which was used to transport it outside.
– Gloria Matthews, state Route 172, called at 8:05 a.m. Tuesday to report an accident that occurred the day before. No other details were provided.
– Tom Wamsley, North Beaver Street, reported he could hear arguing in one of the other apartments at 1:54 a.m. Tuesday. Police arrived and spoke to Raphael Thompson and Morgan Ford, who said they had a minor argument and nothing more.
– A man reported at 10:24 a.m. Tuesday a vehicle was parked facing the wrong way on East Woodland Avenue. Police found the vehicle and issued a citation.
– A woman reported at 1:51 p.m. Tuesday there was a large bonfire in the rear of the home at 65 N. Cross St. Police warned the residents for the complaint and they were told to make the fire smaller for their cook out.
– A man reported at 5:36 p.m. Tuesday vehicles were speeding on Parkview Drive, with the worst one being a newer black Mercedes that lives on Parkview.
– The Beaver Township Police Department reported at 9:34 p.m. Tuesday the Highway Patrol advised them a man was driving recklessly southbound on state Route 46 from state Route 11. Police found the man and there were no problems.
– Officers responded to an East Seventh Street home at 11:22 a.m. Monday where a resident reported parking next to a dumpster the previous night and in the morning the dumpster was gone and he had fresh damage to his vehicle.
– The owners of an East State Street business reported on station at 2:11 p.m. Monday that someone had been continuously coming to the business and making rude comments, as well as making comments via social media.
– Officers responded to Waterworth Memorial Park at 7:40 p.m. Monday where a man reported two individuals had robbed him of his belongings while he was riding a bicycle on the path. He said he had previously seen the two people twice in different locations at the park.
– Officers responded to the 100 block of Ohio Avenue at 9:45 p.m. Monday where a resident reported a man he knows and two women were loitering near parked cars causing a disturbance, but left when told the cops had been called. Officers searched the area but could not find the people in question.
– Police responded to a report of a dog in distress at an Arch Street home at 4:44 a.m. Tuesday and found the dog’s chain had become stuck on a broken step. Due to injuries, the owner was not able to unchain the dog. Officers released it and took it inside the home.
– An officer responded to an East Sixth Street home at 9:49 a.m. Tuesday where the resident reported someone overnight had attempted to force entry through a door, damaging the frame. He said he was home at the time, but did not notice anything.
– Linda L. Bowling, 53, 313 W. Fifth St., Salem, was cited for driving under suspension following a two-vehicle crash on South Lincoln Avenue at 1:02 p.m. Tuesday in which she was southbound and failed to stop for traffic, striking the rear of a vehicle stopped at the light at East Sixth Street.
– Police responded to a fight in the 1200 block of East Sixth Street at 2:56 p.m. Tuesday and found that the two boys involved were junior high students and the principal had already taken care to the issue.
– An officer euthanized a sick raccoon in the area of Cherry Fork Avenue at 1:41 p.m. Aug. 16.
– An officer responded to the area of Oak Street for a loose dog complaint at 6:53 p.m. Friday.
– Police responded to a civil matter in the 200 block of Main Street at 9:52 a.m. Saturday.
– Police responded to a barking dog complaint in the 400 block of Columbia Street at 9:56 a.m. Sunday.
– An officer provided a ride home to a Ridge Street woman from a Main Street business at 3:45 a.m. Tuesday.
– Kerry Florie, Sue Drive, reported Monday her rental property on East Lincoln Way had been vandalized by the former tenant. Police found large amounts of garbage and spoiled food in in the kitchen. In addition to the overwhelming stench that greeted police, the officer also saw a large mound of maggots writhing about on the floor. The officer also found empty beer cans and soda pop containers, used cigarettes, other food and dog feces in other parts of the house. The back door to the house was broken off its hinges and a large uncovered air conditioner vent hole in the floor in front of the door, and there were holes in the new ceiling. The officer could not get in the basement because of backed-up sewage and more garbage. There was also garbage in the back yard.
– Police were called to a home on North Market Street at 1:55 a.m. Saturday, where Tim Wamsley reported being assaulted by Scott Rudder as continuation of a previous dispute.
– Lee W. Miller, 22, East Palestine, was cited for driving under suspension following a traffic stop on state Route 14 at 4:58 a.m. Monday.
– A man reported at 6:27 p.m. Monday three car loads of kids were parked in the rear of the fire department and were using obscene language and talking loudly. Police gave them a verbal warning for trespassing and disorderly conduct.
– Jessica Bacha, East Park Avenue, reported at 8:24 p.m. Monday she was receiving harassing and threatening texts from someone she knows.
– Donald E. Brown III, 26, Cranberry Township, Pa., was cited for driving under suspension following a traffic stop on state Route 14 at 11:29 p.m. Monday.
– Paula Pointer called at 6:16 p.m. Friday in regard to a possible drunk driver in a blue Lincoln near the Circle K store on North Market Street. Police spoke to the driver, who said she was having problems with her sugar and had to stop at the Circle K to get something to eat. Police saw no signs of impairment and told the driver to rest for a while before resuming her journey.
-Police were called to a home on Cross Street at 8:55 p.m. Sunday, where an unidentified female said her boyfriend, Allan Garrete, was beating on her back door. He left before police arrived. She intended to contact the landlord about the damaged door frame.
– A loud music complaint was received in the 400 block of West Washington Street at 10 p.m. Sunday. Police could hear music coming from an open window but it was not so loud that the resident could be cited. The resident agreed to turn down the radio volume anyway.
– Shawn Locklin reported seeking two motorcyclists driving recklessly near the Valley View store on North Market Street at 11:51 p.m. Thursday. Police checked the area but did not come across the motorcyclists.
– Jeff Durham, East Washington Street, reported Thursday he believes his girlfriend stole his medication, and he is afraid she will take them with alcohol. Police found his girlfriend walking on East Lincoln Way and she denied taking his medication or any drugs. She continued heading west, saying her intention was to walk to Minerva.
– Police were called to the community pool at 7:30 p.m. Aug 15 in regard to a group of suspicious people sitting in a black car. The officer found them playing games on their cellphones while watching the driver’s child play in the Play Town playground.
– Police were called to a home on West Chestnut Street at 5 a.m. Friday until an ambulance arrived to transport the woman who lived there to a local hospital.
– A caller said some men in a newer Chrysler were smoking marijuana at the BP station at 6:08 a.m. Friday. The vehicle was gone by the time police arrived.
– Police were called to the Cherished Children’s Day Care Center at 9:20 p.m. Friday in regard to a bat inside the building with children present. An officer arrived and helped remove the bat.
– Brandi Cope was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after police responded to a domestic dispute between her and her mother, Candi Kibler, on West Lincoln Way at 8:44 p.m. Friday. Cope was trying to remove her clothing from the residence but she claimed her mother was taking what belonged to her. Cope was advised this was a civil matter and they could not tell what belonged to who. This upset Cope, who continued to yell and scream, despite repeated warnings to quit. Finally, police told Cope she was being arrested for disorderly conduct but she reportedly threw herself on the ground and continued to try and pull away from the officer after being handcuffed.
– Police were called to a North Beaver Street residence at 10:20 p.m. Friday, where Christie Schnader reported she had kicked Tim Wamsley out of the apartment but he returned and tried to get inside. She said Scott Rudder then pushed Wamsley, who fell over a bicycle, striking his head. Wamsley was gone by the time police arrived but he was found in the Chase Bank parking lot and refused treatment for a cut on his forehead. At noon the next day, Wamsley called to say Rudder tried to force his way in to his North Beaver Street residence and was making threats. Police located Rudder and told him not to return to the residence or he would be arrested.
– Sean Hause, South Lincoln Avenue, and Sean Hause, Maple Street, reported Saturday that Glen Liebert threatened them and their mother by saying he was going to burn down their mother’s and Kevin’s houses and and kill their dog.
– Police were called to the Lisbon Cemetery at 6:12 a.m. Sunday, where they found an intoxicated man at his brother’s grave. The man said he took some pills but he had no idea what they were or how many. An ambulance crew was called to transport him to a local hospital.
– Police were called to West Chesnut Street at 12:22 a.m. Sunday, where Ronald Cochran and Vicki Dennison said they had been arguing and nothing more.
– Police were called to Greentree Place at 2:15 p.m. Saturday in regard to a resident who was having issues, but officers determined the person was only visiting there from Leetonia and he was no longer there.
– A woman reported at 8:47 a.m. Sunday being threatened by a man at 4 a.m. that morning while at a friend’s house in the 100 block of East Fourth Street.
– Police responded to the 2000 block of monroe Street at 12:48 p.m. Sunday where a resident reported a group of juveniles at approximately 2:30 a.m. that morning had been outside shouting obscenities and writing obscenities on the sidewalk. A father of one of the juveniles said that his son had had friend’s over that night and that he had left early for work and didn’t know they’d been outside. The juveniles cleaned the sidewalk off.
– Police responded to a domestic dispute in the 400 block of Fair Avenue at 12:54 p.m. Sunday and found a verbal argument between a man and woman regarding personal items.
– An East Fourth Street woman reported at 3:56 p.m. Sunday that a man had been calling her and leaving threatening messages. She said that she didn’t know the man, but that her friend had called him using her phone.
– Police responded to a domestic dispute in the 600 block of Sugar Tree Alley at 7:05 p.m. Sunday, but the people had left prior to officers’ arrival.
– Police responded to the 2300 block of East State Street for a domestic dispute at 7:12 p.m. Sunday and found a man and woman in a parking lot who said they had had a verbal dispute regarding living arrangements.
– Police responded to an East Fifth Street home at 7:58 p.m. Sunday where a resident reported someone had left several pieces of property sitting in his yard. The property owner was contacted and said he would pick them up from the station.
– Police responded to a Walnut Street home at 8:06 p.m. Sunday where the resident reported someone had broken out a window with a rock.
– Officers responded to a 911 hang-up at a South Lincoln Avenue home at 12:21 a.m. Monday where the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office also reported multiple 911 hang-ups. Officers were unable to contact anyone at the home, and a neighbor said they had a party outdoors but left.
– Police responded to an unknown dispute at an Aetna Street home at 1:45 a.m. Monday and spoke to a man who spoke very little English. The man said everything was okay, but refused to allow officers to enter. They left since nothing appeared out of the ordinary.
– William Syoc, Railroad Street, reported at 1:52 a.m. Sunday two kids were running from Railroad to Pittsburgh streets toward the school. Police checked the area but did not see the kids.
– Police recovered pills belonging to someone else during a traffic stop on state Route 14 at Timberline Drive. The driver was warned and the pills were confiscated to be returned to their owner.
– A man reported at 3 a.m. Sunday a man was slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle on South Main Street across from Ryan’s News. Police found Craig Wilfong, who was extremely tired after working shifts. He was told to leave his car parked on the street overnight and go to his apartment nearby.
– Police arrested a 17-year-old Canfield boy for curfew violation and underage consumption following a traffic stop on state Route 164 at 2:22 a.m. Sunday. A 16-year-old male passenger, also of Canfield, was arrested for curfew violation, alcohol possession and tobacco possession.
– A woman reported at 10:25 a.m. Sunday two dogs were running around and she was concerned for the safety of the children in the area, although the dogs did not appear to be aggressive. Police checked but did not find the dogs. At 10:56 a.m. the woman reported the dogs may be at a home in the 300 block of Union Street and requested the owner be warned for dogs running at large. Police went to the home but no one was there.
– At 11:18 a.m. Sunday a woman reported she was jogging on Manor Drive and a dog ran out and jumped on her. Police attempted to contact the homeowner but were not successful.
– A woman reported at 3 p.m. Sunday there was a dog in a truck in the parking lot at Oakmont Plaza and it appeared to be extremely hot, although the windows were cracked a little. The owners were located and they said the dog was OK and that they had been checking on him.
– A woman reported at 7:12 p.m. Sunday someone was racing four-wheelers around the woods on Harmony Village property. Police checked the area but did not see anyone on four-wheelers.
– A woman reported at 10 p.m. Sunday someone driving a green Ford pickup eastbound on state Route 14 went left of center several times. Police checked the area but did not see the vehicle.
– Dawn Klein, Columbiana-Lisbon Road, reported at 10:39 p.m. Sunday someone suspicious knocked on her door. Police checked but found no one on the property or the nearby park.
– A Quincy Avenue woman reported at 10:26 p.m. Saturday teenagers were playing football in the street and making too much noise. Police warned the group for noise.
– Howard Cope, Firestone Avenue, reported at 9:55 a.m. Saturday a neighbor damaged his yard by driving into it while backing out of their driveway.
– Officers responded to an East State Street business at 6:02 p.m. Thursday where a woman reportedly stole a bottle of liquor. The woman was identified but denied the allegation.
– Police responded to an East State Street parking lot at 7:11 p.m. Thursday where a woman reported a verbal dispute with a man she knows.
– Police responded to a Quaker Lane residence at 7:52 p.m. Thursday where the resident reported receiving two voice messages telling her to contact the company immediately regarding tax fraud. She was advised that it was an attempted fraud.
– Police responded to an Ohio Avenue home at 8:43 p.m. Thursday where a resident reported a man he knows had been driving past the residence in an attempt to cause problems and had tried to run over a friend with his vehicle.
– Police responded to a South Union Avenue home at 8:46 p.m. Thursday where a man reported his roommate had placed his items on the front porch and locked the door.
– Police responded with firefighters to the area of Southeast Boulevard and Kennedy Drive at 8:10 p.m. Thursday for a report of the smell of burning tires, but were unable to find anything.
– Police responded to the Salem hospital emergency room entrance for a report of a dispute at 11:35 p.m. Thursday and found that a security guard had been a verbal argument with a man who was not allowed to be on the property.
– Juan F. Sebastian, 21, 323 Rose Ave., Salem, was cited for no operator’s license following a traffic stop in an East State Street parking lot at 2:01 a.m. Friday. His female juvenile passenger was cited for an unruly juvenile offense.
– Raymond L. Peters, 59, 12413 Duck Creek Road, Salem, was cited for open container after a patrolling officer on South Broadway Avenue observed him walk into the roadway drinking from the container before throwing it on the ground at 2:32 a.m. Friday.
– Officers responded with First Responders and EMT Ambulance to a Summit Street home at 4:07 a.m. Friday for a possible drug overdose.
– Officers responded to a 700 block East Fourth Street home at 8:23 a.m. Friday where the resident said she thought she heard someone upstairs and was waiting outside. Officers were unable to find anyone in the home.
– Police responded to the area of Franklin Avenue and Washington Street at 8:35 a.m. Friday where a woman reported her estranged boyfriend had attempted to jump the curb in his vehicle while she and another male friend were walking on the sidewalk.
– A Malvern resident reported on station at 9:11 a.m. Friday that her purse was stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at Giant Eagle on Wednesday afternoon.
– A North Broadway Avenue resident reported on station at 11:52 a.m. Friday that someone had attempted to cut her front driver’s side
– A caller reported someone in a red Chevrolet pickup peeling tires in front of the Night Court at 11:16 p.m. Wednesday, and the caller believes it was someone who had just been thrown out of the bar. Police checked the area but failed to locate the truck.
– Police were called to a home on Prospect Street at 4:33 a.m. Thursday and stood by until an ambulance arrived to transport a person to the hospital.
– A caller reported someone in a red Chevrolet pickup peeling tires in front of the Night Court at 11:16 p.m. Wednesday, and the caller believes it was someone who had just been thrown out of the bar. Police checked the area but failed to locate the truck.
– Police were called to a home on Prospect Street at 4:33 a.m. Thursday and stood by until an ambulance arrived to transport a person to the hospital.
– Samuel R. Nelson, 76, East Woodland Avenue, Columbiana, was southbound on state Route 46 at 11:37 a.m. Thursday at Oakmont Plaza when Roberta K. Martin, 20, state Route 558, Columbiana, pulled out of the Sparkle Plaza in an attempt to cross over to the Oakmont Plaza and struck Nelson. Martin was cited for failure to yield from a stop sign.
– Robert Campbell, East Duquesne, reported at 8:25 p.m. Thursday he received mail that was possibly a scam.
– Steven White, West Salem Street, reported at 8:28 p.m. Thursday someone used his identity on the computer.
– A Radio Shack employee reported at 5:58 p.m. Thursday there was a suspicious person in the store. The person left before police arrived.
– An employee of a store in the 2300 block of East State Street called police at 10:51 a.m. Thursday regarding a suspicious couple who had also been in other stores in the area. They were both described as appearing to be in their 20’s dressed in dirty clothing, the male with dark hair and a ball cap worn backwards and the female with long dark hair. When asked if they needed anything, they gave different stories of what they were looking for but were in the wrong store. While the clerk was helping other customers, they went around a corner looking at other items. The manager asked if they needed anything and the male advised a screw type gun and they were checking at Tractor Supply. After they left, a drill case was found opened by a back aisle. The drill wasn’t there because it had been used in a return situation. Busy Beaver also called about a couple in their store being suspicious but nothing was taken. They were also in Sears. Tractor Supply was called to let them know and the couple had already been there but nothing was missing. They were not found.
– Heather Hairhoger of Southeast Boulevard reported at 10:45 a.m. Thursday that sometime over the past two days, someone scratched the passenger side of her vehicle with a sharp object.
– A doctor’s office called at 10:13 a.m. Thursday concerned about a female patient who couldn’t be reached. Mail was still in her mailbox on Woodland Avenue and a neighbor did not know she had left. After talking with family members, the police had the fire department make entry, but she was not home. They learned a family member had picked her up.
– An officer on patrol saw an open door on a vehicle at 6 a.m. Thursday in the 300 block of West 10th Street. Change had been taken. The owner secured the door.
– A domestic was reported at 2:29 a.m. Thursday in the 600 block of East Third Street. The woman was gathering her things so she could leave. The man said he only wanted her to turn down the radio. She left.
– Police were called to Walgreen’s in the 2100 block of East State Street at 1:17 a.m. Thursday for an alarm at the pharmacy. The exterior was secure. The keyholder arrived and the interior was checked and also was secure.
– A suspicious male was reported at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 200 block of Continental pacing in the parking lot and looking into vehicles. Police located him and learned he lived in the area and was out for walk.
– A runaway juvenile was reported at 8:11 p.m. Wednesday from Vine Avenue who hangs out at Centennial Park. Officers were later told she came home.
– Police were called at 8:08 p.m. Wednesday to assist Perry Township Police in the 1800 block of Garfield Road for a person with a gun complaint. Dispatch said they were okay, but police stood by until the township officer said they were no longer needed.
– A water line break was reported at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday in the 800 block of Prospect Street, with the water department notified.
– A missing person/runaway report was filed after a woman on East Seventh Street reported at 3:38 p.m. Wednesday that her daughter left the house on Sunday and had not returned home.
– An officer on patrol at 2:49 p.m. Wednesday saw a car parked on the south side of West Pershing Street blocking the sidewalk. The owner received a written warning after the man came out of a business, saying he was unaware of the violation.
– Debris was reported in the road at 8:57 a.m. Wednesday in the area of South Ellsworth Avenue and the railroad crossing, but was not found.
– A woman in the 1100 block of Franklin Avenue reported a scam Wednesday, noting she had already talked to her bank and was also told to call the Ohio Attorney General’s office. A man with an Arabic accent called Tuesday afternoon and then a second call came at 5 p.m. Tuesday. He had told her he was with Microsoft to assist her with a virus problem she actually had a few weeks ago. She could hear what sounded like background noise from an office with other people on phone calls. A few weeks ago she talked to an actual Microsoft employee who helped her with the virus. The caller on Tuesday knew about the virus and indicated some money would be credited back to her so a bank account was needed. The bank account was given from a local bank and Western Union was also used. During this process, her computer screen had begun to flash or parts were flashing while they were on the phone. After several hours, she became suspicious and contacted Western Union and the bank. Her credit card/debit card was cancelled and Western Union attempted to assist. A transaction for $210 was on hold.
– Police were called at 3:12 p.m. Tuesday to the 400 block of West Fourth Street where a U.S. Postal carrier said she was attempting to deliver the mail when the dog broke out of the door and bit her from behind. The dog owner showed a license, but said the dog was not up to date on its shots. He was told he had to quarantine the dog, with the case under investigation.
-A resident in the 300 block of West Fifth Street reported at 9:05 a.m. Tuesday that his neighbor’s dog has been coming onto his property, growling at him and urinating on his patio. The dog owner said the dog keeps getting loose from its collar. He’ll try to find a better way of keeping him tied up.
Constable Dan Valentine said he received a report from a resident in the 37000 block of state Route 558, Leetonia, at 5:10 p.m. Tuesday advising that the same man who keeps starring at her son and is at it again. She stated her 10-year-old son was outside playing in the yard when he saw the man drive around the bend by his trailer and the man began starring at him and then sped up. The boy ran into the house and told his mother.
– Beaver Township police reported at 3:19 a.m. Wednesday there was a silver Corvette leaving the Sheetz station in North Lima and the driver was drunk. Police checked the area but did not come across the vehicle.
– Glenn E. Bender, 38, of East Palestine, was arrested for violating a protection order following a routine traffic stop on South Main Street at 3:37 a.m. Wednesday The reason: the person who obtained the protection order against Bender was a passenger in his vehicle.
– A caller reported Wednesday the people who moved out of the house at 404 N. Elm St. left their dog behind. Police found an emaciated golden lab mix and the house in deplorable condition. The basement was full of water and had no power since May 8. A humane society and the county dog warden were contacted.
– A caller reported Wednesday someone broke into a pop machine at the Arsuffi Laundromat.
– Police received a call about suspected child neglect at a Beechwood Drive at 5:51 p.m. Wednesday.
– A man stopped at the police department on Wednesday to say he suspects his ex-wife of doing drugs.
– Police received a complaint about trash in a yard in the 800 block of North Market Street at 2:12 p.m. Monday. Police arrived, but there was no one home at the time. Police spoke with the resident the next day and were told the trash would be cleaned up.
– Karen R. Aikens, 45, state Route 164, Leetonia, was sitting in traffic when the pickup truck behind her drove into the rear of her car. The accident occurred at the intersection of Saltwell Road and North Market Street at 7 p.m. Monday, and Edward S. Moore, 62, Fairfield Avenue, Columbiana, was the driver of the truck.
-Michelle Hall, South Green Street, reported Monday she and her husband went to the store but left their 17-year-old son home to watch the other three children. When they returned the three laptop computers their son had been playing with on the front porch had been stolen.
-A caller reported there were children hanging out of a second-story window in a house across from the county juvenile justice center parking lot at 2:12 p.m. Monday. Police spoke with a man at the residence, who said he would shut and lock the windows.
-Herb Chesney reported a semi-truck making a delivery to Chef’s Table was blocking his driveway at 6:36 a.m. Tuesday. Police spoke with the driver, who said he would be done in 15 minutes, and Chesney said he was OK with that.
– Police responded to a report of a lady who had fallen in the alley behind the Allay Nursing Care facility on Pendleton Street at 8:36 a.m. Tuesday. An officer spoke with a nurse from the facility, who said the resident must have gotten out but the alarm did not go off. The resident was unharmed.
– A disabled vehicle was found in the middle of the intersection of Lee and North Jefferson streets at 8:13 a.m. Wednesday. A man said the vehicle belonged to his brother and had broken down earlier but they left because they had an appointment with the probation department. The man was able to get the vehicle started enough to get it into a driveway.
– Police were called at 11:23 p.m. Tuesday to the 900 block of East State Street for a dispute, speaking to two males who agreed to stay away from each other for the night.
– An officer on patrol at 10:18 p.m. Tuesday in the 400 block of North Lincoln Avenue and East Fourth Street could hear people yelling and arguing. The officer spoke with a male and female who said they were yelling at each other over personal issues. They agreed to resolve the issues without yelling.
– A resident in the 1200 block of Cedar Ridge reported a suspicious man walking in the area at 9:09 p.m. Tuesday, last seen walking north on Franklin. The person was located and an officer noted it was not who the resident thought, but someone who resides at a nearby apartment complex.
– A caller at 8:57 p.m. Tuesday reported a suspicious object on the bridge in the 300 block of West State Street, but the item was not found.
– An anonymous caller at 8:04 p.m. Tuesday reported possible juveniles in the Centennial Park swimming pool after closing hours. Police found that the pool employees were having a scheduled event.
– Police were called at 7:51 p.m. Tuesday to the 100 block of West Fourth Street regarding a tenant issue. A prior tenant was there wanting a letter forwarded to the landlord. The current tenant called the landlord who said he would pick it up, then the current tenant asked an officer to tell the prior tenant not to return. The current tenant also said the prior tenant’s friends have been showing up at the residence at all hours of the day and night. The prior tenant was told to refrain from returning and to tell friends and relatives to stay away from the residence since they no longer live there.
– A loud explosion was reported in the 800 block of Newgarden Avenue at 7:37 p.m. Tuesday. The caller said a neighbor set off some sort of explosive and multiple people said the same thing. The neighbor said it was a motorcycle backfiring. Officers could smell exhaust fumes and nothing that resembled black powder. The neighbor was told about the noise ordinance.
– A caller at 7:31 p.m. Tuesday reported an orange pickup allegedly traveling at an excessive rate of speed with occupants seated in the open bed of the vehicle in the area of Continental Drive and Lexington Avenue. An officer had seen a similar truck earlier in the evening, but could not locate the truck in question.
– A resident in the 1200 block of Cedar Ridge reported at 7:18 p.m. Tuesday that a male was at the apartment in violation of a court order. She told him to leave and that she was calling the police. He left and she came to the police station to report the incident.
– An officer on patrol at 6:53 p.m. Tuesday saw an unoccupied vehicle legally parked in the 800 block of East Fifth Street with the passenger door standing open and nobody around. The owner lived nearby and said he would take care of it. An officer saw an open passenger door on a car in the 100 block of East Fifth Street at 6:04 p.m. and learned it was accidentally left open.
– A dispute was reported at 5:55 p.m. Tuesday in the 400 block of East School Street. An officer spoke with a woman whose children were yelling and learned everyone was okay. Nothing violent occurred, only verbal.
– An officer on patrol at 5:27 p.m. Tuesday saw a suspicious vehicle parked in a driveway in the 1400 block of Jennings Avenue. The vehicle was unoccupied with nobody around. Nothing appeared out of place.
PERRY TWP. REPORTS
– Police responded to the railroad tracks on South Lincoln Avenue for a report of a stopped train at 8:32 p.m. Tuesday. The gates were down and police stood by until the train and gates moved and police opened the roadway back up, clearing the scene at 9:15 p.m.
-Matthew K. Miller, 45, of Campbell Road, Hanoverton, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after his eastbound pickup struck the rear of an eastbound vehicle driven by Cheryl Santee, 32, of South Range Road, Beloit, who was stopped on Georgetown Road for the stop sign at state Route 45 at 3:25 p.m. Tuesday. No injuries were reported.
– Police were called at 3:12 p.m. Tuesday to the 1100 block of Prospect Street for a runaway juvenile. When officers arrived, they learned the child had been found and returned home. A copy of the report will be sent to Children Services.
– Ryan Geho, 20, of Prospect Street, Salem, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after his southbound pickup on South Lincoln Avenue struck the rear of a southbound vehicle driven by Slade Brandle, 54, of Washingtonville, who was stopped waiting for a train at 1:57 p.m. Tuesday. No injuries were reported.
– Police were called to Cunningham Road at 9:40 p.m. Monday for a report of two adults and two children walking down the road in the dark. They were not found.
– Police assisted Salem officers by checking a residence in the 1100 block of Prospect Street at 9 p.m. Monday for a reported runaway juvenile. The juvenile was not found.
– A resident on Johnson Avenue spoke to an officer at 8:10 p.m. Monday regarding an unknown person stealing her credit card information and buying items. The incident is under investigation.
– The police and fire departments responded to a fire alarm going off at a home at 529 S. Main St. at 4:22 a.m. Tuesday. The alarm was due to a malfunction and there was no fire.
– A woman from Ash Street reported at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday that she’s been harassed the past three years by the same neighbor lady who has now started harassing her online through the Internet. She has a business online and the female has started on there. The woman contacted the proper authorities and was told to also file a police report.
– A woman at 3:29 p.m. Tuesday reported she received a paper from the Ohio Department of Taxation advising of her filing a tax return for last year, which she can’t do. They told her to file a police report.
– A Youngstown man called at 2:12 p.m. Tuesday regarding a matter with his child, whose mother lives in Salem on North Ellsworth Avenue. Earlier Tuesday, a grandmother of one of his children went to the house in Salem and wasn’t able to wake up their mother for an extended time. The grandmother took the children with her to stay temporarily and the mother eventually woke up. A report will be sent to Children Services.
– Police were called at 12:32 p.m. Tuesday for a problem and threats made towards a woman on Fourth Street and some family members. She was told her options.
– A vehicle was reported blocking an alley behind Aetna Street at 12:21 p.m. Tuesday, but was moved.
– An officer on patrol at 11:17 a.m. Tuesday in the 300 block of East Third Street saw some appliances and other items sitting in a yard that appeared to have been out for a long time. No one was home. A warning tag was left for a violation of debris/garbage buildup on private property, giving 48 hours to have it cleaned up.
– A resident in the 500 block of South Union Avenue reported at 10:51 a.m. Tuesday that his satellite television provider billed his account for $470 after telling him they would suspend the contract due to him not being able to get a signal due to too many trees. The debit of his account occurred on Aug. 16. He wanted a report on file to recoup his loss.
– Police responded at 6:58 a.m. Tuesday to the 2800 block of East State Street for a reported accident, but determined it occurred out of the city’s jurisdiction. Officers checked for injuries and remained on scene until Goshen Township Police arrived.
– A caller at 1:46 a.m. Tuesday reported two males walking south on South Lincoln Avenue carrying a flag. An 18-year-old male was found in a drive to an apartment complex while a 15-year-old male was walking south on Orchard Street. The 15-year-old admitted to removing the flag and laying it in the nearby park. The adult was sent on his way. The juvenile was taken into custody for a curfew violation and released to his mother. The case will be handled by the juvenile officer.
– Police were called at 11:56 p.m. Monday to remove a person from an East Sixth Street residence. An officer made contact with the male outside who said he just wanted to see his kids. He was told to go home.
– Raymond Davis, of the 300 block of Newgarden Avenue, reported at 11:35 p.m. Monday that someone threw a rock through the rear window of his vehicle.
– A domestic was reported at 10:53 p.m. Monday on East Seventh Street where a female wanted a male removed. She was told officers could not force either of them out. The domestic violence laws were explained and both were told to go to separate rooms if they couldn’t get along. The male said he would probably stay elsewhere for the night.
– Police located a missing juvenile girl in the 300 block of Newgarden Avenue at 10:44 p.m. Monday. She had been reported missing at 3:23 p.m. by a parent who said she left their home on West State Street at 6:30 p.m. Sunday and had not been heard from since.
-A woman in the 400 block of Franklin called police at 8:46 p.m. Monday to remove a man who was refusing to leave. He left before officers arrived.
– Police were called at 8:09 p.m. Monday to Super USA in the 1600 block of South Lincoln Avenue where a driver drove away with the gas nozzle still in their vehicle’s gas tank. The fire department was called to the scene to contain the spill. A fire department report said oil dry was applied to the gas spill which involved about 4 gallons of gas.
– Police responded at 7:49 p.m. Monday to the 900 block of West Pershing Street for a acidic chemical odor. Officers walked through the area, but were unable to detect any suspicious odors. Nobody answered the door at a nearby residence.
– Police were asked at 7:46 p.m. Monday to check the well-being of a female on Lexington who said she needed medical help. She was voluntarily transported to St. Elizabeth Hospital.
– A dispute over a broken toy gun was reported at 6:57 p.m. Monday in the 200 block of North Union Avenue. The parents of another juvenile alleged a man’s son broke their son’s toy gun, leading to a brief verbal dispute. The son said he didn’t break the toy, that the child who owned it broke it himself on the ground. The incident allegedly occurred on East Third Street. The parents said they would keep the children away from each other and they were told to stay away from each other, also.
– A resident in the 200 block of Vine Avenue reported at 6:31 p.m. Monday that a person keeps driving past his residence repeatedly and verbally harassing him. While an officer was getting information, the suspect drove by. The vehicle was stopped and the person was told to stop bothering the resident. The woman said she won’t return.
– A domestic was reported at 2:39 p.m. Monday in the 1200 block of Cedar Ridge Drive where juveniles were having an argument after an alleged incident involving the two of them throwing or using a slingshot to launch pennies at each other. They were told to stop. There were no signs of visible injury to either of them.
– A caller at 2:46 p.m. Monday reported debris blown into the road by a lawnmower on East Pershing Street and Park Avenue. Police spoke to someone who said he would blow the debris in the opposite direction.
– A Dunkin Donuts employee reported at 2 a.m. Monday there were two kids about 12 years old who came out of one of the sheds in their lot and she did not see any parents around and was concerned. Police checked the area but did not see anyone.
– Police assisted a county sheriff’s deputy with serving a warrant on Lisa Rupp, South Main Street, at 11:10 a.m. Monday.
– A woman reported at noon Monday a vehicle was parked at the curve on North Bayshore. The owner was contacted and agreed to move it.
– An EZ Lube employee reported at 2:35 p.m. Monday they received a $50 counterfeit bill.
– A woman reported at 10:34 p.m. Monday a white and black SUV was speeding with its lights off in the park and the people inside were yelling obscenities out the window. Police found the vehicle and warned the occupants of the complaint.
– Bobbie Lester Jr., 47, of 384 W. Ninth St., was cited for driving under suspension after a traffic stop at 5:52 a.m. Monday on State Street at Highland. The plates and registration were confiscated on behalf of the state and the vehicle towed.
– A resident in the 400 block of West Pershing Street called at 12:05 a.m. Monday regarding a semi truck parked off of the road causing a disturbance. The truck was found parked in an industrial area. No parking violation was observed.
– Loud persons were reported at 11:15 p.m. Sunday in the 2000 block of Monroe Avenue at an apartment complex. A male resident said he had a few friends over and would keep the volume down.
– An officer on patrol at 10:42 p.m. Sunday saw a vehicle with four occupants enter Hope Cemetery while it was closed for the night, but had to leave the area due to a priority call. The officer returned, but the vehicle was gone. Nothing appeared out of the ordinary.
– A domestic was reported at 10:24 p.m. Sunday in the 700 block of West State Street where a person involved was reported lying in the middle of the street. The persons were found sitting on the curb of a closed business. The dispute was between a husband and wife over family matters. Witnesses said the male dragged the female out of the road. Neither wanted to pursue the matter and the domestic violence laws were explained through an interpreter.
– A driver’s license was turned over to police at 10:21 p.m. Sunday and placed in lost and found. Another license was found at 7:06 p.m. Sunday and turned over.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 8:48 p.m. Sunday in the 2200 block of East State Street where a caller said it had been parked on the west side near Southeast Boulevard for some time occupied by a man. Numerous cigarette butts were on the ground next to the vehicle. The vehicle was gone when police arrived, but the cigarette butts were still there. Nothing appeared out of order.
– A wallet was found that belongs to a Perry Township resident, but no contact number was available to call him. The wallet was placed in lost and found.
– A possible domestic fight was reported at 8:31 p.m. Sunday in the 900 block of North Ellsworth Avenue. Police learned it was between an adult female and her mother’s boyfriend. During a verbal dispute, she allegedly spit on him and he allegedly slapped her on the back of the head. He left before police arrived. She did not want to pursue charges. A message was left for the mother’s boyfriend to contact police.
– An audible alarm was reported at 8:29 p.m. Sunday in the 2400 block of East State Street at a closed business. The exterior was found secure.
– Police were called to Franklin Avenue at 7:34 p.m. Sunday for someone possibly intending to harm themselves. They were taken to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– A dog was reported at large in the 600 block of Prospect Street at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The humane officer took the animal.
– Police responded to the 900 block of Jennings Avenue at 7:11 p.m. Sunday over a property dispute and alleged threat. A man said he was walking on a relative’s property when he came across a male and female. The male allegedly threatened him with a rifle and took him back to the Jennings Avenue property against his will in a vehicle. The male said he was on the property that he had permission to be on when he was approached by the man in the woods. There was a claim made about hunting materials, also. They were all told it’s a civil issue over the property line. They just wanted the incident documented. The owner of the Jennings Avenue property was told to contact the other property owner on Pennsylvania Avenue to discuss the property issue.
– A possible intoxicated driver was reported at 6:33 p.m. Sunday on East State Street. Police located the vehicle on West State Street at Howard Avenue and followed it a short distance. The driver was a student driver in training with their parents.
– A neighbor dispute was reported at 5:02 p.m. Sunday in the 400 block of Franklin Street where a man said a male who lives on South Broadway Avenue threatened to harm him and yelled at him. He wanted him told to leave him alone. An officer went to the male’s residence but he wasn’t there. A message was left to have him call the police.
– A child custody dispute was reported at 4:09 p.m. Sunday in the 2500 block of Lexington Avenue where a woman said her daughter was not fit to care for her female juvenile daughter. The woman, who was the grandmother, wanted to leave with the child. The daughter has custody and wanted her to leave. Police told the woman and noted the child was found to be well.
– Police responded at 3:45 p.m. Sunday to a Third Street residence for a possible overdose. A person was taken to the hospital.
– Scott Cahill, who owns a property in the 600 block of East State Street, reported at 1:17 p.m. Sunday that someone broke the wood covering a second story window at the top of the fire escape. Nothing was missing from the building.
– Police were called to Salem Regional Medical Center at 9:42 a.m. Sunday for a disorderly person who was not allowed to leave unless someone came to pick him up. A relative was contacted to pick him up.
– Police assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol at 7:58 a.m. Sunday with a possible motor vehicle crash on Butcher Road. A van was stuck in the south side ditch after striking a utility pole and mailbox. The report said the driver appeared unsteady and was later taken into custody by a patrol trooper for operating a vehicle under the influence.
– Police were called at 3:16 p.m. Sunday to the 700 block of West Pidgeon Road to check a residence where there was a semi truck in the front yard that had been running continously for several days. The owner was contacted and said he’s letting the electronics charge inside the truck.
– Police were requested to check an address at Salem Acres on Prospect Street for a runaway female juvenile at 11:29 p.m. Saturday. She was located and turned over to Salem Police.
– A caller at 11:42 a.m. Saturday reported loose horses running around the area of Ohio, Jackson and Harding avenues. Police were met by the horses’ owner who said people were helping to gather the horses.
– A resident on Springdale Street reported at 6:24 p.m. Friday that people were riding 4-wheelers up and down the street, disturbing the neighbors. According to witnesses, the people had parked the 4-wheelers and left the area.
– Police were called to the Smith Oil parking lot at 6:50 p.m. Sunday in regard to someone plucking a chicken. Police spoke with Lewis Freitag, who said he received a chicken as partial payment for some work performed on a deck, and the feathers blew out of his vehicle when the door was opened. Freitag cleaned up the feathers before leaving.
– Vicky Waite, Applegrove apartments, reported hearing pounding at 5:55 p.m. Sunday. She was told it could be a neighbor hanging a picture or watching TV.
– Police received a call in the area of the BP station at 6:26 p.m. Sunday in regard to a girl who may have deliberately injured herself. Police spoke with mother, who said her daughter was having a bad day and scratched her arm on purpose before leaving the house. Although the injuries did not appear life threatening, they were advised to seek medical treatment, which they said they would do.
– Sandy Dixon, East Pine Street Extension, reported there was someone walking in her yard at 12:40 a.m. Thursday, but police did not find anyone around.
– A loud music complaint was received at 405 W. Washington St. at 10:31 p.m. Wednesday, but police did not hear anything after they arrived. This was the second call within a half hour.
– Bill Syoc, East Washington Street, reported at 6:43 p.m. Friday that Cam Kauffman was harassing and threatening him. Police spoke with Kauffman and told her to stay away from Syoc.
– Police were called to 320 N. Market St. at 8:16 p.m. Friday about a male lurking about outside. The caller said the person was standing behind a tree beside the apartment building and had a case of beer with him. Police checked and found a 12 pack of Milwaukee’s Best beer by the tree.
– Solomon Cindea, 30, of Warren, was arrested for criminal trespassing after he was found inside the closed sally port area of the police station rummaging through items in the garage. This was at 3:33 a.m. Saturday, and Cindea said he was looking for change to get air for his vehicle at the Marathon gas station next door.
– The resident at 626 S. Main St. reported there was a sick raccoon in the yard at 7:40 a.m. Saturday. An officer euthanized the raccoon.
– A person from Angiuli’s Farmers Market, called at 11 a.m. Saturday to complain about the traffic backed up at the 7 and 14 intersection due to the Shaker Woods Festival, resulting in vehicles cutting through their parking lot. Police arrived and found traffic was backed up pretty bad, but the traffic signal was functioning properly and traffic was moving, albeit slowly.
– A caller reported someone left a dog in their vehicle in the Dutch Haus parking lot at 11:34 a.m. Saturday, but the vehicle was gone by the time police arrived.
-A caller reported leaving McDonald’s at 7:12 p.m. Saturday when a tall thin female asked him for money. After he turned her down, the woman got into a gray Chevrolet with two males and left. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
– A caller reported there was a suspicious green Jeep in the front of yard of Once Again Kids and someone was filling a trailer with items at 11 p.m. Saturday. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
– Leetonia police reported there a reckless driver in a white Cavalier heading into town on state Route 344 at midnight Sunday. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
-A woman reported she was walking in the 300 block of Union Street at 2:23 a.m. Sunday when she heard a noise behind a residence.
An officer observed a young man walking near the circle at 3:30 a.m. Sunday, but the person ran down and alley and could not be located.
– Matthew Steer of Salem was cited for failure to control after he went off the road and struck a fence while driving on County Line Road at 7:23 a.m. Sunday.
– John Wargo reported at 3:38 p.m. Sunday seeing a suspicious SUV at the rear of the building north of the bowling alley and there were two people in the vehicle. Police checked the area and found the owner was on his own property.
– Stephen Keppes of Washington, Pa., called for an officer to meet him in the Dutch Inn parking lot at 5 p.m. Sunday in regard to being harassed during a child custody exchange.
– Police were asked to check on the welfare of a person in the 100 block of Seventh Street at 7:37 p.m. Sunday after a friend could not find anyone home. Police did not find anyone home either, but there was no sign of anything suspicious.
– Police responded to the Newgarden Avenue railroad crossing at 5:16 a.m. Sunday for a report of an intoxicated man walking on the street. He was located on Railroad Street stumbling along the road and was found to be intoxicated. Richard H. Vollnogle, 2059 Monroe St., Apt. 19, was charged with public intoxication.
– Police responded to the corner of N. Ellsworth Avenue and W. 9th Street at 5:03 a.m. for a report of a man lying on the sidewalk. Police located a person away from the sidewalk a short time later in the 1100 block of E. 9th St. Kyle J. Pierson, 6067 Camp Blvd., Hanoverton, was cited to disorderly conduct and transported to a friend’s house and dropped off.
– Police responded to a report of a man down and possibly intoxicated in the 900 block of Fair Avenue at 6:09 a.m. Sunday. The person was located and police had a difficult time waking him. Medical personal arrived to assess the person who was determined to be intoxicated. Gregory B. Weingart, 579 1/2 E. 3rd St., was charged with underage consumption and released on his own recognizance.
– Police responded to a burglary in progress call in the 100 block of Roosevelt Avenue at 1:11 a.m. Sunday and checked the area and found the suspect in a wooded area. Jeramiah E. Burnette, 1208 Cleveland St., had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on criminal trespassing charges from Columbiana County.
– Police responded to the 2800 block of E. State Street at 12:26 a.m. Sunday for a theft in progress report at the supermarket and learned the suspect fled. Police spoke to witnesses who chased the suspect through the parking lot and got into a physical altercation. They said he stole and Xbox and two Box One games. The incident is under investigation.
– Police responded to the 400 block of W. State Street at 11:26 p.m. Saturday for a report of a missing female juvenile who ran away. The complainant gave a possible location and Perry Township police located here and Salem police transported her back to her residence.
– Police responded to the 900 block of Franklin Avenue at 9:59 p.m. Saturday where the complainant observed a ball of fire flying overhead of the residence. Police were unable to locate any suspicious activity and the complainant advised it may have been a meteor shower.
– Police responded to the 400 block of Euclid Street at 9:27 p.m. Saturday for a barking dog complaint and the resident was advised of the complaint and that if police returned they would be cited.
– Police responded to the 900 block of Jones Drive at 8:53 p.m. Saturday after an officer heard and observed numerous fireworks. The location was just outside the city limits and police spoke briefly with the resident about state laws on fireworks. The person said they would cease.
– Police responded to the 600 block of Prospect Street at 8:51 p.m. Saturday regarding an ongoing problem with trash accumulating on the curb lawn. Police will monitor the residence to affirm if there are any violations and attempt to resolve the problem.
– Police responded to the 600 block of Prospect Street at 8:41 p.m. Saturday with firefighters for a possible structure fire. A resident was burning green brush that resulted in a large amount of smoke. The resident extinguished it and was advised of the city ordinance regarding burning inside the city limits.
– Police responded to Scarboro Lane at 8:03 p.m. Saturday for a report of a suspicious vehicle and were unable to locate anything.
– Police responded to the 200 block of Penn Avenue at 3:58 p.m. Saturday where a child without a parent had been located screaming on Walnut Street and the complainant was trying to find out where she lived. Police transported the child to her residence on Franklin Avenue where she was released to her mother.
PERRY TOWNSHIP REPORTS
– An officer on patrol at 11:30 p.m. Thursday noticed an open window at the ReStore business on North Ellsworth Avenue, but it didn’t appear that entry was made.
– Police were called at 8:24 p.m. Thursday to a field at the end of Whinnery Road for a report of a suspicious person wearing an orange hoodie. The male was found on Whinnery Road near Fairview Avenue and said he was just walking his dog.
– James W. Horn, 36, of Brookfield Avenue, Lisbon, was cited for assured clear distance after his eastbound vehicle on Goshen Road struck the rear of another eastbound vehicle driven by Bhaumik Mukeshbhai Vashi, 24, of Boardman, who was stopped at the intersection at the U.S. Route 62/45 bypass at 5:51 p.m. Thursday.
– A caller at 4:48 p.m. Thursday requested police check on a male allegedly on the railroad tracks near the South Lincoln Avenue crossing. Police made contact with the person who had a camera and was a photographer taking photographs of the trains as they passed. He was checked for warrants and told not to trespass on the railroad right-of-way.
– An officer on patrol at 11:52 a.m. Thursday saw a person at Circle K on West State Street who was known to have an active warrant out of Columbiana County. Salem Police were called and responded, placing the man in custody. Jerry L. Taylor, 56, whose last known address was East Third Street, Salem, was wanted on a warrant for failure to appear.
– Police responded to the S. Union Avenue and Maple Street at 12:12 a.m. Saturday regarding a woman found asleep and unresponsive in the roadway. She was intoxicated, transported to the hospital for evaluation and discharged. Amber L. Nguyen, 284 N. Lincoln Ave. was charged with disorderly conduct and taken to the county jail.
– Police checked on and intoxicated man in the 100 block of W. State Street at 1:48 a.m. Saturday who was falling to the ground. He began to run as officers approached and caught up with him and stopped him from crossing the street. William E. Jones, 191 W. 5th St., was charged with disorderly conduct and given a courtesy ride home.
– At 2:08 a.m. Saturday, police responded to the 500 block of N. Lincoln Avenue for a report of a burglary in progress but found nothing happening.
– Police received a complaint on station at 7:07 p.m. Friday regarding a possible theft in the city. The report was turned over to a detective.
– At 5:06 p.m. Friday, police responded to the 100 block of W. 4th Street to check on a female juvenile and spoke to the grandmother who advised there were no problems.
– At 5:14 p.m. Friday, police responded to the 1900 block of E. State Street for a distraught person and advised her to calm down so doctors could help her. After several minutes she did calm down.
– Police responded to the 600 block of W. Pershing Street at 5:59 p.m. Friday regarding an eviction and police advised it was a civil matter.
– Police responded to the 800 block of Granite Street at 7:09 p.m. Friday for a dog at large. Officers spoke to several people and were unable to locate the dog.
– Police responded to the 1900 block of E. State Street at 7:52 p.m. Friday regarding a person to be removed and located the individual and advised them of the complaint and they left without incident.
– Police responded to the 600 block of Franklin Avenue at 7:54 p.m. Friday regarding a barking dog and spoke to the owner and advised her that she would be cited if police were called back.
– Police responded to the 900 block of E. State St. at 11:08 p.m. where a resident caught a dog that had been at large. The owner was advised and retrieved it.
– Police responded to the 600 block of Arch Street at 10:46 p.m. where a complainant advised of a dog at large. Police were unable to locate it.
A black BMW was reported to be operating in a reckless manner in the area of Fair Avenue and E. Pershing Street at 12:13 p.m. Friday. Police checked the area but were unable to locate anything.
– The Richmond Heights police were investigating an identity theft case at 10:41 a.m. Friday and requested Salem police to take a statement from a Salem resident and fax it to them for their investigation. The person came to the station and made a statement.
– Police responded to S. Broadway and Franklin avenues at 10:28 a.m. Saturday for a report of a child on the back of a motorcycle but were unable to locate anything.
At 10:30 a.m. Saturday, police responded to the 500 block of N. Ellsworth Avenue where the complainant advised several items were missing from the residence. There was no sign of forced entry and the incident is under investigation.
– Police responded to the 800 block of Pennsylvania Avenue where the complainant advised her ex-husband was calling her work number and leaving messages. He was charged before with calling her at work. The complainant was advised to come to the department and fill out a statement. She said she was worried he may stop at her residence.
– Police responded to the 600 block of Franklin Avenue at 3:33 p.m. Friday where a person was accused of stealing medication. The person in question denied it, was questioned and searched by a female officer and nothing was found. Police advised the complainant of the options.
– An officer on patrol at 2:31 a.m. Friday in the 1700 block of East State Street found a speed limit sign had been run over by a vehicle. No vehicle was located. A traffic barrel was also found struck in the 2300 block of East State Street.
– Michael Heverly, 29, of 4927 Bayard Road, Homeworth, was charged with physical control and open container after police were called at 2:15 a.m. Friday to Taco Bell on East State Street for an alleged intoxicated driver in the drive-thru lane.
– Police responded to Salem Regional Medical Center at 12:49 a.m. Friday to assist the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office with a male individual.
– A woman in the 1500 block of Southeast Boulevard reported at 9:16 p.m. Thursday that she saw three unknown males near her garage. Nobody was found.
– A man in the 1300 block of East 10th Street spoke to police at 9:15 p.m. Thursday regarding questions about an article of mail. He was told his options.
-Children were reported in the road in the 300 block of West 10th Street at 8:58 p.m. Thursday. Officers arrived and spoke with juveniles who were playing with a remote control car on the road. Officers also spoke to their parents.
– A woman in the 1000 block of East Third Street called at 8:50 p.m. Thursday to report she’s being contacted by a person known to her and she wants it to stop. She was told her options.
– An anonymous caller at 7:48 p.m. Thursday reported people trying to remove coins from the fountain at South Lincoln Avenue and East State Street. Police spoke to some juveniles matching the description at South Lincoln and Pershing Street, identified them and told them the possible consequences of their actions.
– An officer spoke with a West Fifth Street resident at 6:43 p.m. Thursday at the police station regarding his neighbor complaining about his dog. He was told his options.
– A fight was reported at 12:58 p.m. Thursday in the 2000 block of Monroe Street where both parties said they had an argument which led to a physical altercation. There were no visible injuries. Both declined to give statements on what happened and were told their options. The male decided to leave.
– A woman at Super USA in the 1600 block of South Lincoln Avenue reported at 12:39 p.m. Thursday that a man came to the store on Aug. 1 and cashed a payroll check. On Aug. 8, the bank advised the business owner that the check was fraudulent.
– Robert Woodworth, 57, of Prospect Street, was cited for failure to yield after attempting to turn his westbound vehicle on Bank Street left onto South Lundy Avenue and collided with a southbound vehicle on Lundy driven by Sheila Woods, 34, of Prospect Street, at 1:14 p.m. Wednesday. No injuries were reported.
– A reckless driver was reported at 9:43 a.m. Friday traveling north on North Main Street, where a blue van was passing vehicles. An officer was unable to locate the van in question.
– A parking issue was reported at 1:38 p.m. Friday after a car was parked on South Bayshore Drive in an area blocking a new stop sign and creating a hazard.
– William Superak was backing out of a space at 7:09 p.m. Friday in the parking lot in front of Hogan’s Bakery when he collided with Janice Kimpel, who was pulling into a parking space. Neither reportedly saw the other. No citations were issued.
– Police were looking for a reckless driver in a red Hyundai Elantra at 7:14 p.m. Friday traveling west on state Route 14, then onto East Park Avenue, but were unable to locate the vehicle.
– A woman reported at 9:28 p.m. Friday someone standing by a car in the parking lot of Heck’s Restaurant on East Park Avenue kept watching her. The car left as an officer approached the parking lot.
– A woman reported at 10:10 p.m. Friday cars racing dangerously at the Taco Bell parking lot. The cars in question could not be located.
– James Lee Abraham Radman, 28, Leetonia, was cited for driving under suspension during a traffic stop at 10:46 p.m. Friday on North Bayshore Drive.
– A Pritchard Avenue resident reported there were people down by the creek at 12:29 p.m. Sunday, one of whom was screaming profanities. An officer spoke to the offending male, who apologized, saying he was a little frustrated.
– Kristie Tice, North Market Street, flagged down an officer at 1:21 p.m. Sunday to say her 2-year-old granddaughter had gone missing from the house. Police located the girl in a field at the back of the house.
-A caller reported a possible drunk driver in a silver Alero was at Smith Oil at 9:50 p.m. Thursday. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
– Kim Pirchner, Moore Street, reported Thursday that over the past 30 days she had Cleveland Browns tickets and a Christmas ornament she ordered turn up missing even though she confirmed they were delivered to her apartment by Fedex and UPS.
– A loud music complaint was received on East Lincoln Way at 1:23 a.m. Wednesday. Police spoke Karen Stockman, who was told to turn down the music and keep the noise down.
– A caller reported five juveniles were swimming in the creek off Willow Grove Park at 1:46 p.m. Sunday. Police told the juveniles not to swim near the dam and they said they understood.
– Police were unable to locate the source of a burglar alarm that was going off somewhere between the county fairgrounds and Applegrove apartments at 10 p.m. Thursday.
– Edward Edling of Salem reported at 6:56 p.m. Thursday he was assaulted by William Rittenour of Alliance while they were both working at Vari-Wall in Columbiana.
– Police notified Mary Logan, Parkview Drive, at 9:45 a.m. Thursday her vehicle, reported stolen the night before, was sitting in the parking lot at Pinewood Structures.
– Sarah Bentley, Columbiana, was cited for speeding and fictitious registration following a traffic stop on North Main Street at 3:22 p.m. Thursday.
– Mario Duron-Parish and Adrianne Parish were cited at 6:21 p.m. Thursday on South Middle Street for failure to file city income tax.
– William K. Glavan was cited at 6:35 p.m. Thursday on North Main Street for failure to pay city income tax.
– Police responded to 45880 state Route 14 at 9:46 p.m. Thursday to assist the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office with a fight in progress after two unknown men showed up in a vehicle at the home. The county sheriff’s office handled the report.
– Jerry Castelucci reported at 10:27 p.m. Thursday Stephanie Moore was contacting him via Facebook messaging and other means and he wanted her to stop. Police contacted Moore and told her to leave him alone.
– A woman reported at 11:28 p.m. Thursday there were two suspicious vehicles in the parking lot on West Railroad Street that didn’t belong there and the occupants appeared to be smoking marijuana. Police checked and found Rikki Wood, Thomas Byers and Kevin Byers Jr. there talking, but they were not smoking marijuana.
– Police responded at 9:14 p.m. Wednesday to the 400 block of Benton Road for a report of loud music, but didn’t hear any music playing when they arrived.
– Police were called at 7:41 p.m. Wednesday to the 1400 block of Jennings Avenue for a report of a gas line break. Police stood by until Perry Township Fire Department arrived.
– An officer responded at 1:31 p.m. Wednesday to investigate an alleged theft at the Blossom Nursing Home. The investigation is pending.
– Police were called at 6:50 a.m. Thursday to Salem Regional Medical Center for a report of a missing juvenile. Upon arrival, staff advised the juvenile had been found.
– A woman from Lisbon came to the police station at 4:20 a.m. Thursday to seek assistance in getting home. She had just been released from the hospital and had no means of transportation back to her residence. She was assisted with making contact with a family member to provide her a ride home.
-While officers were conducting a traffic stop at 3:25 a.m. Thursday, a passerby reported a possible intoxicated driver westbound on East State Street. Officers observed a violation and initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle in question. The driver was found not to be intoxicated and said she was on her way to work.
– Police responded to the 700 block of Arch Street for a report at 2:34 a.m. Thursday of a female crying inside a residence. Officers made contact with a male and female who were intoxicated and just being loud. Both were fine and were told to keep the noise down.
– Suspicious persons were reported at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 300 block of East Third Street. The caller said a cart appeared to be tipped over along the road with people standing around it. Police found the cart had a flat tire and a replacement tire was being obtained.
– A clerk at Smith Oil on East State Street reported at 10:15 p.m. Wednesday that someone drove off without paying for $35.10 worth of gasoline.
– A man in the 1200 block of Franklin reported his tree damaged by a young juvenile. Police told the juvenile’s parent.
– A woman on Lexington Avenue reported at 8:28 pm. Wednesday that she wanted officers to remove people who have been living with her from her apartment on Continental. She was told to contact her landlord for an eviction. If any problems occur, she was told to call police or return to her mother’s apartment.
– An alarm was reported at 7:27 p.m. Wednesday on Salem Parkway, but the building was found secure.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 7:18 p.m. Wednesday in the 100 block of East Seventh Street, identified as a red Neon going through the alley several times. The car was not found.
– Mara Newton, 18, of state Route 558, Leetonia, was cited for failure to yield after she failed to stop for a stop sign at the intersection of Sharp Avenue while driving an Aarrow Disposal truck eastbound on West Wilson Street at 6:48 p.m. Wednesday and collided with a southbound car on Sharp Avenue driven by Rose Julian, 52, of East Sixth Street. Julian was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center by EMT with possible injuries.
– A caller from a store at 2870 E. State St. at 6:17 p.m. Wednesday reported three males had been asking odd questions.
– A barking dog was reported at 6:09 p.m. Wednesday on Carole Drive, with a warning placed on the door of the residence.
– Suspicious activity was reported at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 1100 block of Cleveland Street where a caller said neighboring males were shooting arrows in their backyard. The males told police they would stop.
– Unruly juveniles were reported at 4:08 p.m. Wednesday in the 200 block of North Lincoln Avenue. An officer spoke to the juveniles and the woman who called and did not want them riding their bicycles on the property. The juveniles left.
– A fight was reported at 2:28 p.m. Wednesday in the 100 block of South Union Avenue. Two males were separated when police arrived and said they had an argument which became physical. Both had minor injuries, but declined further action. Photos were taken and both were told after a review, there’s a chance charges could be filed.
– A woman in the 500 block of Aetna Street reported at 12:48 p.m. Wednesday that someone took a video game system, controller and wires from her residence.
– An abandoned vehicle was reported at 12:36 p.m. Wednesday in the 100 block of East Fifth Street. The Chevy pickup had trash in the bed and had a license plate that came back to a Dodge and expired in April. A tow truck was called and a resident came to claim the truck and wanted to get a truck and trailer for it. He was told to get the proper registration and prove ownership to the tow company. The truck was removed.
– A woman in the 400 block of East Third Street reported at 12:03 p.m. Wednesday that her washing machine cord was cut by a person known to her within the last day or two. The same woman had called at 11:21 a.m. Wednesday to report her home phone wasn’t working and she believed her roommate tampered with the phone lines. Officers checked and found no damage. She was told to call the phone company.
– A woman on South Union Avenue reported at 10:19 a.m. Wednesday that she found out a couple months ago that an unknown person made an account with Sprint in her name in California in 2012. She’s never been there. Sprint told her to file a police report.
– A driver’s license found on a street was turned over to police at 10:17 a.m. Wednesday.
– At 8 a.m. Wednesday police checked on a man slumped over the wheel of his vehicle in the City Hall parking lot. The man, identified as Craig Wilfong, said he had fallen asleep in his car before he could make it to his apartment.
– A Marathon employee reported at 1:18 p.m. Wednesday a shoplifter came to the store and a customer followed her to 35 S. Main St. Police found the woman, Rolanda Grisez, at the apartment and warned her for trespassing on Marathon property. At 1:44 p.m. Grisez was arrested on a theft warrant through the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office.
– A man reported at 6:24 p.m. Wednesday two kids about five years old were on roller skates at the very edge of Railroad Street at South Vine Street and were shooting bow and arrows at vehicles and almost struck one.
– A man reported at 8 p.m. Wednesday there was possibly a fight behind the fire station with some teens. Police checked and found the group talking but not fighting and they were told to move along for the night.
– A Southern Terrace woman reported at 8:17 p.m. Wednesday she kept hearing “loud booms” that sounded like fireworks in the area. police checked and determined the noise was coming from the corn fields.
– Don Logan, Parkview Avenue, reported at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday his truck was stolen from his driveway.
– Bonnie Wilkinson, Old North Street, reported at 9 p.m. Wednesday she was getting strange phone calls on her cell phone.
– A Terre Verde man reported at 9:34 p.m. Wednesday he could hear vehicles squealing tires and driving fast on Parkview Avenue.
GOSHEN POLICE DISTRICT
– Jason R. Bays, 28, 12205 Goshen Road 94, Salem, was charged with first-degree misdemeanor domestic violence after officers responded to his home at 5:06 a.m. Aug. 9 where a woman reported she had been drinking with Bays when they got into a physical altercation in which he threw her around the home. The woman, who had blood on her wrist, mouth and lips, as well as a large abrasion inside her forearm, said she struck her head on a wall. EMTs transported the woman to the hospital for treatment. Bays had already left the scene on foot and he wasn’t found at his parent’s home on South Perry Street in Salem. He was later contacted by telephone and turned himself in.
– Matthew E. Wilson, 34, 33 Oakwood Ave., Beloit, was cited for driving under suspension after a patrolling officer observed his vehicle parked along First Street at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday and found Wilson to have a suspended license, then a short time later observed him driving at Fourth and Main streets. Wilson flagged the officer down to ask if he had seen his dog.
– A clerk at the BP station on state Route 154 reported finding a broken window when she arrived for work at 5 a.m. Sunday. Police found blood on the window and a blood trail leading east. There was also a 17-year-old boy sitting on the sidewalk in front of the window who said he was waiting for a ride from his father and knew nothing about the broken window. The youth did not have any blood or visible wounds on him and left when his father arrived. Police did find five packs of Natural American Spirit cigarettes in the trash with blood on them.
– A resident at Applegrove apartments reported at 9:24 p.m. Monday she keeps receiving harassing calls for money from a couple she knows. Police contacted the couple and told them to quit harassing the Applegrove resident. The couple asked that the Applegrove resident quit calling them.
– A caller reported two young children were throwing toys from the roof of a home at the corner of Harrison and East Chestnut at 9 a.m. Wednesday. Police arrived and spoke to someone by the name of Jenn, who said she was in the bathroom when the youths must have climbed out the upstairs window and onto the roof. Jenn said she would close and lock the window in the future.
-Police were called to the Days Inn on Wednesday, where Laurel Markel, 48, reported she was staying at the hotel while in the area working when the following items were stolen from her vehicle: phone and computer chargers, ink pens and two pairs of sunglasses. Left behind were urine samples for testing.
– Police responded to the 3700 block of East Main Street at 10:05 p.m. Aug. 5 for a harassing phone call complaint and the complainant advised the father of her grandchildren was constantly calling and demanding to know where his children are. He called six times in five minutes and called twice when she was on the phone with police. She said she and her husband are sick and tired of his calls despite being told not to call. She said she is interested in pursuing criminal charges. Police contacted the person and advised him to cease calling and he said he would not stop because he wanted to know where his two children are since he had not seen them in four weeks. He was advised the complainant said they were not at her residence and he was warned to cease calling and texting the complainant or face criminal charges. Numerous times the person said “I don’t give a ….!” and said he would keep calling until somebody told him the location of his children. He was warned again and he repeated he didn’t care obscenity.
– A woman from East Palestine reported at 12:01 p.m. Tuesday that she had not seen her daughter in three months and no one would answer the door at her East Fifth Street residence. She wanted officers to check on her well-being. Officers knocked several times and stood by for several minutes but were unable to make contact. The boyfriend of the daughter came to the police station and said they didn’t want contact with the mother. Officers returned to the residence and spoke to the daughter and children and all were fine. The mother was told about contact being made.
– A man who was working at a location in the 1000 block of East State Street on Saturday reported at 9:12 a.m. Tuesday that someone removed his gold/silver tool box from the back of his vehicle in the back parking area.
– An officer on patrol at 3:29 a.m. Tuesday on East Pershing Street near Centennial Park noticed a couple that appeared to be in a verbal dispute. They denied it and said everything was fine.
– Police were dispatched at 11:30 p.m. Monday to the 900 block of North Union Avenue for a 911 open line. A man at the residence said it was an accident. He was fine.
– A resident in the 1200 block of Cedar Ridge called police at 7:53 p.m. Monday to recover a bicycle found in the area near the dumpster. She wasn’t sure if the bicycle was being thrown away, but wanted to make sure it didn’t belong to someone. Police took the bicycle to the station for safekeeping.
– A man in the 2300 block of East State Street told police at 7:09 p.m. Monday that a person known to him showed up at his place of employment and threatened him. He was told his options.
– A caller at 6:54 p.m. Monday reported possible drug activity near Circle K on East State Street. The information will be handed over to the Columbiana County Drug Task Force.
– Police responded at 5:22 p.m. Monday to the South Ellsworth Avenue railroad crossing for a report of metal on the tracks. The old tracks had recently been replaced and metal from the old tracks was laying beside the new tracks. Nothing was obstructing the tracks.
– Police spoke to a man on West 10th Street at 4:56 p.m. Monday about a civil matter and told him his options.
– A woman from Washingtonville came to the police station at 4:47 p.m. Monday to report child endangerment. She said her children were left alone in a car at a store for an unknown amount of time while visiting with their father the past weekend. She said she tried to contact her ex-husband about it, but he did not handle the situation. She wanted a report on file.
– A woman in the 600 block of Olive Street reported a possible scam at 4:38 p.m. Monday. She received a phone call from a foreign male stating that she won several million dollars and she would need to obtain three $500 green dot cards in order to win the money. She was supposed to give the card numbers to the male on the phone and then receive the money when the camera crew showed up at her home. An officer told her this was a scam and she shouldn’t send any money.
– A woman in the 200 block of West Seventh Street reported telephone harassment at 3:54 p.m. Monday, saying her landlord called her and left a harassing message with inappropriate language. She said she’ll be moving out in the next week and didn’t want the landlord to keep calling her . An officer contacted the landlord and told him what she said.
– Bruce Trayes, Quincy Avenue, reported at 1:47 p.m. Tuesday their 18-year-old son wasn’t heard from since Sunday. The boy was later found by his brother.
– A woman reported at 6:21 p.m. Monday kids on South West Street have a four-wheeler they set the throttle for and then let the four-wheeler crash into things and go through yards and run over flowers. Police found the group at at 140 South West and they said it was a dirt bike a kid fell off while they were trying to fix the throttle and it took off into yards so they decided to take it somewhere else for repairs.
– A man reported at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday someone was tail-gating him and bumped his bumper on Columbiana- Lisbon Road. Police found the driver and determined they were having a diabetic emergency and they were taken by EMS to a medical facility. The Highway Patrol advised the same vehicle hit as mailbox outside city limits.
– Charges were filed Wednesday on the following for failure to pay city income tax: Colette Rupert, Robert Jenkins, Lori Mercer, Patricia Cleburn and Eric Potts, all of Columbiana.
– Police were called to the Lisbon Veterinarian Clinic at 2:22 p.m. Monday in regard to 88-year-old Rudolph Nolasco, who was lost and unable to find his way home. After police were unable to contact Nolasco’s brother, Nolasco said if they could just direct him to state Route 11 he could find his way home. Police escorted Nolasco to the freeway.
– A woman from the 200 block of West Wilson Street came to the police station at 1:55 p.m. Monday to report a female made threats to her and her property over a personal issue.
– An anonymous caller at 12:58 p.m. Monday reported finding a syringe laying in the doorway of a property in the 500 block of South Broadway Avenue. An officer retrieved the syringe for proper disposal.
– Police spoke with a woman in the 400 block of East Third Street at 6:18 a.m. Monday regarding a civil matter.
– A 17-year-old Salem boy was charged with an unruly offense and delinquency after an officer stopped a vehicle at 3:31 a.m. Monday on Highland Avenue for several violations. The juvenile driver was processed and released to his parents.
– An officer on patrol at 2:12 a.m. Monday saw a vehicle make several traffic violations and stopped it in the 100 block of West State Street. The vehicle was checked for contraband and the driver, Cody Oleksuk, 22, of Louisville, was cited for marked lanes and given a warning for other violations.
– An officer on patrol at 1:45 a.m. Monday saw a suspicious truck in Waterworth Memorial Park after hours and made contact with both occupants. A 17-year-old female passenger was taken into custody for an unruly offense and released to a parent.
– Police responded at 11:07 p.m. Sunday to the 2000 blockof Monroe for reported suspicious activity. Officers did not see any vehicle or suspicious activity.
– Daniel Eaton, 48, of 231 W. 10th St., was charged with domestic violence after police were called at 10:30 p.m. Sunday to his residence for an injured woman. She had visible injuries to her left eye and face. Fire department first responders and an ambulance responded to the scene where she reported having a verbal dispute with her boyfriend which became physical. Police located the boyfriend who admitted to striking the female and causing her injuries, with officers placing him under arrest.
– A man from East Sixth Street came to the police station at 10:12 p.m. Sunday to report he and his son were having problems with a city resident who pulled a weapon on him Sunday night. He was told his options. Officers checked the area for the other person, but couldn’t find him.
– Police were called at 8:47 p.m. Sunday to the 1100 block of Fairview Avenue for a domestic dispute with an injured female juvenile. A woman said her daughter had been arguing with her and her husband and the daughter caused harm to herself and needed medical attention. Fire department first responders and an ambulance arrived. The juvenile said she had an argument with her parents and could not take her mother yelling at her anymore and caused harm to herself. She was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center for treatment of her injuries and an evaluation.
– A juvenile problem was reported at 8:11 p.m. Sunday in the 1800 block of East Third Street where a resident said juveniles were looking into people’s homes. Before arriving, police were told the juveniles were in the 2200 block of Bentley. They were found and told to not return to the resident’s property or they’ll face charges.
– Georgia Garten, of the 600 block of East Fourth Street, reported at 6:52 p.m. Sunday that someone egged her husband’s vehicle. The vehicle involved was described as a silver/gray full-size pickup. Officers were unable to find the suspect vehicle.
– Police were dispatched to the 900 block of Home Circle at 6:18 p.m. Sunday to speak with a man regarding his child custody agreement with his ex-wife. He reported they have shared custody and it’s her week to have them, but his young son came to his residence Saturday and said his mother wasn’t home and the other brother was watching him. When he arrived home on Monday, his young son was there alone. He said several hours passed before the ex-wife called to check on the children. He was told a report would be on file.
– Charges are pending after police chased a suspect on foot through several yards in the area of Rose Avenue and found items dropped along the way, along with drugs and drug paraphernalia behind the residence where the call originated at 6:04 p.m. Sunday in the 200 block of Rose. Police had been called there for suspicious activity and attempted contact with a male at the rear of the property who ran from officers. He was pursued on foot over private fences and through multiple yards, but couldn’t found after officers followed him into a four-way alley. Officers were able to identify the suspect who looked at them multiple times while being chased. Multiple items dropped by the suspect were found and police were able to locate a name associated with him. Perry Township Police assisted in the search.
– An officer on patrol at 4:34 p.m. Sunday saw a vehicle illegally parked on Roosevelt and contact the owner, who moved it.
– Jackie Balser, 31, of New Brighton, Pa., was cited for assured clear distance after her westbound vehicle on East State Street approaching the red light on Lincoln Avenue at 1:31 p.m. Sunday failed to stop and struck the rear of a westbound vehicle driven by Roberta Beabout, 53, of Lisbon. No injuries were reported.
– An anonymous caller at 7 a.m. Sunday reported an open container in a motor vehicle in the 1600 block of East State Street, but police could not find it.
– An officer at 4:42 p.m. Sunday checked on a possible drunk driver in the area of Depot Road and Snyder Road, but couldn’t find the vehicle in question.
– Loud noises were reported coming from the area of Cunningham Road near state Route 344 at 3:26 p.m. Sunday. An officer spoke with property owners who said they were target shooting. The officer noted the area was a safe shooting area.
– Police responded at 2:26 p.m. Sunday to the 300 block of Stewart Road for a report of people shooting rifles and rounds hitting trees around a residence. An officer spoke to the people shooting and told them to stop shooting until they had a proper backstop.
– A resident in the 1100 block of Prospect Street in Salem Acres reported vandalism to a vehicle at 1:14 p.m. Sunday.
– Police were called at 12:50 p.m. Sunday for a hit/skip in the parking lot of Blossom Nursing Center. Someone driving a tan van backed into a green Chevy Cruze owned by Joseph Armeni, 59, of Salem, and fled.
– A caller at 3:22 p.m. Saturday reported a female walking on the road on state Route 45 near South Lincoln Avenue, but no one was found.
– Police responded at 1:12 p.m. Saturday to the 800 block of Georgetown Road between state Route 45 and West Perry Street for a tree down across one lane of traffic. An officer and neighbor with a chainsaw removed the tree from the road. Ohio Edison was contacted for the downed power lines to the residence.
– Perry officers checked the area of Goshen Road and Pine Lake Road for a male who fled a domestic within the Goshen Police jurisdiction at 5:07 a.m. Saturday, but didn’t find anyone.
-Police responded at 12:52 a.m. Saturday to a second complaint of a person playing her television too loud on Pembrooke. An officer went to the window near where the television was located and could barely hear it. The alleged offender was told about the second complaint. The television volume was lower than it was on the first call. Officers spoke with the caller who complained and explained they didn’t feel the television was excessively loud.
– An officer at 10:07 a.m. Friday to confirm if a reported missing juvenile from Salem was at a location outside the city on Prospect Street. The juvenile was located and held until Salem Police could arrive.
GOSHEN POLICE DISTRICT
– Police responded to the Sharon Lynn girls home at 6:10 p.m. July 27 where a resident was refusing to be transported by ambulance despite the direction from staff members. The juvenile was placed in the ambulance by officers.
– An officer responded to a Fairview Avenue, Beloit, home at 11 a.m. July 29 where a resident reported a neighbor’s dog was running loose again. The neighbor was cited for dogs at large.
– A state Route 534 resident reported at 9:11 a.m. July 30 that her daughter had been leaving her harassing voicemails. The daughter was advised to stop.
– Police responded to a criminal damaging report in the 15000 block of Pine Lake Road at 5:18 p.m. July 30.
– Officers responded to a report of an out of control juvenile at the Sharon Lynn girls home at 5:52 p.m. July 30. The juvenile was restrained and transported to the hospital for evaluation.
– Police responded to an assault report on Cedarwood Drive, Beloit, at 9:55 p.m. July 31.
– A 12000 block Middletown Road resident reported at 11:36 a.m. Aug. 1 that someone had taken two pigs from his barn.
– An officer assisted Washingtonville police with a noise complaint at the Chris Avenue apartments at 12:06 a.m. July 30.
– Police responded to a possible civil dispute in the 100 block of Oak Street at 10:39 a.m. Aug. 2.
– Officers handled a domestic violence report in the 100 block of Main Street at 10:37 p.m. in which the victim refused to sign all statements.
– An officer took a report of telephone harassment at a Madison Street business at 4:20 p.m. Aug. 8.
– An officer stood by on a medical call in the 100 block of Park Street at 5:28 p.m. Aug. 8. The victim was transported by Leetonia EMS to the Salem hospital.
– An officer responded to a burglary alarm at the Italian American Club at 7:58 a.m. Sunday.
– An officer responded to an alarm drop at the Leetonia library at 11:16 p.m. Sunday but found nothing suspicious.
– A patrolling officer observed a Ridge Street woman sitting on the curb in front of a Main Street business smoking a cigarette at 3:29 a.m. Monday. She was given a ride home. The officer found the woman in the same location at 4:56 a.m. and she was again returned to her home. Dispatch called the woman’s mother and advised her that she had been out of the home
– Cory Cope, West Lincoln Way, called for police at 12:04 a.m. Saturday because his mother, Candy Kibler, was throwing items out of the house, narrowly missing his children and himself. Cope said Kibler was angry at him and his sister, Brandi Cope, who left prior to the arrival of police. Kibler said she only wanted her children to move out of the house but was told she would need to go through the eviction process. Meanwhile, she should refrain from throwing items outdoors and that she needed to clean up the mess. Kibler’s son offered to help her clean up but she refused the offer, so he left until his mother calmed down. Police checked back to find the yard and porch had been cleaned up.
– Laura Carrocci, North Jefferson Street, reported at 10:12 p.m. Sunday there was a suspicious van in the area. Police found the van and followed it for a while before pulling the driver over, who said he and his girlfriend had stopped to talk.
– A caller reported Sunday a dog in the 100 block of East Washington Street was making a “mess” in her back yard. Police spoke with the dog’s owner and he agreed to move the doghouse so his pet could no longer cross into the neighbor’s yard.
-David Mann, Maple Street, reported Aug. 3 his painkiller and muscle relaxant medication were stolen from his home during a time when his basement door was left unlocked.
– Someone reported at 2 a.m. Sunday there were gunshots heard in the area of the Old Century truck stop lot. Police checked but did not see anyone shooting.
– A AAA driver reported at 2:37 a.m. Sunday an unoccupied vehicle was in the middle of state Route 7 near the Valero gas station. Police checked and notified AAA. The driver, Kyle Work of Hermitage, Pa. was then given a courtesy ride to a Lippely Road home.
– A man reported at 7:42 a.m. Sunday a dog was hit and killed on state Route 344 and he stopped to move it off the road. Police checked on the dark brown pitt bull mix dog and found it did not have any tags or a collar.
– Krista Burt, Blueberry Drive, 9 a.m. Sunday someone wrote all over her husband’s car with Vaseline.
– Josh Artrup, Quincy Avenue, reported at 10:58 a.m. Sunday his car had Vaseline all over it and someone toilet papered their yard. Police found other vehicles in that area with Vaseline on them as well and notified the owners.
– Clarence Mansfield, Cherry Street, reported at 11:25 a.m. Sunday his computer was stolen while he was in church.
– Greg Russell, North Middle Street, reported at 1:26 p.m. Sunday he found something in his basement drain pipe that appeared to be a grenade. Police checked and found the grenade was a toy replica and it was then removed from the drain.
– Ben Warburton, Brenda Lane, reported at 4:35 p.m. Sunday kids were playing in the yard on East Friend Street and were making too much noise. Police checked and found nothing illegal and advised that there is not an ordinance against kids having excessive fun.
– A man reported at 7:42 p.m. Sunday two kids about two or three years old were sitting on a curb along South Elm Street near the railroad. Police checked but did not see the children.
– David Powell, address not listed, reported at 9 p.m. Sunday someone was driving a black or silver Chevy Suburban recklessly southbound on Main Street and then west on state Route 164. Police located the vehicle but did not see it make any traffic violations.
– Police responded to Gene’s Drive-thru in the 1700 block of East State Street at 11:20 a.m. Friday where the complainant advised a man took a fifth of Seagram’s without paying for it. He placed it in his pants and left through the front of the building wearing a pink shirt, sunglasses atop his head and purporting to use a cell phone. He moved the bottle to another place and looked around and the complainant asked if he needed help and said “no.” He then ran eastbound on State Street dropping the plastic bottle and picking it up running in a northeast direction toward Cleveland Street. Police checked the area but were unable to locate him.
– A city employee found a set of keys in the library parking lot area and they were turned into the library at 9:45 a.m. Friday.
– Police responded to the 1100 block of Prospect St. at 10:33 a.m. Friday to pick up a runaway juvenile and the guardian took custody of the juvenile.
– Police responded to the 100 block of Washington Avenue at 1 p.m. Friday where the complainant believed someone may have tried taking copper piping from inside an apartment. A small cut was located on one pipe and a bathroom faucet was broken.
– At 7:36 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the 900 block of East State Street where a motorist drove off without paying for $33.40 in gasoline in a Dodge Caravan. Police were unable to locate it.
– At 11:34 a.m. Friday, police responded to the 900 block of East State Street where a motorist drove off without paying for $63.52 in gas in a Chevy Traverse. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
– Police responded to 629 Woodland Avenue at 1:46 p.m. Friday to assist U.S. Marshals locating a man who was taken into custody without incident.
– A complainant was on station at 5:13 p.m. Thursday advising that an unknown person attempted to get unemployment benefits in his name. The person was advised of the options.
– Police responded to the 300 block of Roosevelt Avenue at 5:13 p.m. Thursday where the complainant said that every day several vehicles race up and down in front of the residence and the complainant was advised of the options.
– Police responded to the 1000 block of North Lincoln Avenue at 5:56 p.m. Thursday where the complainant advised that expensive items were missing and provided the name of a possible suspect. Police spoke to that person who said they didn’t have it or see anyone take it. Police advised the complainant that a report would be on file.
– Police responded to the 800 block of Liberty Street at 6:43 p.m. Thursday and contacted a man and advised him he would need a soliciting permit.
– At 7:44 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the 1400 block of Pershing Street for a reckless operation complaint and the vehicle was located and the driver said a friend had her vehicle. The complainant confirmed that a man was driving and left the area.
– Police responded to the 1000 block of East 6th Street at 10:06 p.m. Thursday for a report of a vehicle operating in a reckless manner and located the vehicle in a nearby driveway and advised the resident of the complaint.
– Police responded to the 100 block of South Broadway Avenue at 2:59 p.m. Thursday where the fire department was on the scene with a man who couldn’t remember where he was. He was taken to the hospital for evaluation.
– Police responded to the 1600 block of Vanburen Street at 1:36 p.m. Thursday for an unwanted person causing a disturbance. The complainant advised her sister-in-law entered the residence highly intoxicated and refused to leave. Police observed her in the yard and advised her to stay there and eventually arrested Julie Poling for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. She was taken to the county jail.
– Police arrested Kendrick Powers in the Circle K south parking lot at 9:40 a.m. Thursday after being advised by Salem police he was wanted. Salem police attempted to turn around but lost sight of the vehicle as it crossed the railroad tracks on South Lincoln Avenue. He was wanted for failure to appear on theft charges and was transported to the county jail by a sheriff’s deputy.
– On patrol at 7:46 p.m. Thursday, an officer observed a forced entry to a man-door of a vacant manufacturing building on state Route 9. The interior was checked and the owner was notified to secure the building and will advise if anything is missing. Police checked the other buildings in the complex and all were secure.
– At 11:12 p.m. Thursday, an office received information of a runaway female juvenile from an address in Salem Acres. Police contacted the mother who said she left several hours ago. Permission was given to check the residence and juvenile was not located. The mother advised of a possible location the juvenile would be at and the information was forwarded to the Salem police.
– Police found four kids at the high school at 3:38 a.m. Thursday and took them home to their parents after warning them for curfew violation.
– Amanda Pursley, North Middle Street, reported at 2:44 p.m. Thursday a man claiming to be from the gas company was at her home sometime last week.
– A man reported at 7:30 p.m. Thursday someone was racing a black motorcycle up and down the Fairfield Avenue and Fairfield School Road area.
– A man reported at 8:11 p.m. Thursday a reckless driver in a blue Chevy Blazer pulled into the Dunkin’ Donuts on state Route 7 and 14.
– Someone reported at 11:32 p.m. Thursday a man and woman in a white car in the Taco Bell parking lot had been drinking. Police found the vehicle but did not see it make any traffic violations.
– Lisa Odey, 55, address not listed, was taken into custody on a charge of disorderly conduct at 6:18 p.m. Thursday at the public pool on East Chestnut Street after police responded to a report of a woman there harassing kids at a private party. Odey was reportedly asking the kids if she could come to their party because she wanted to swim and the pool would not let her inside while the party was going on. When confronted by police Odey began to yell and refused to be taken to the cruiser after the officer detected the presence of alcohol and asked if she had a ride home. She was then taken to the Columbiana County Jail.
-At 12:30 a.m. Thursday police responded to a report of a domestic situation at a South Green Street home. The residents, Michell and Scott Hall, refused to press charges.
– A child was reported in the road at Franklin Avenue and Maple Street at 1:11 p.m. Thursday, but none could be found.
– An officer advised dispatch at 9:42 a.m. Thursday to let Perry Township Police know about a possible person with a warrant entering the township in a blue van crossing the railroad tracks on South Lincoln Avenue. Perry police then asked for backup after conducting a traffic stop on the vehicle and took the driver into custody. Kendrick Power, 25, of Southeast Boulevard, was taken into custody on a warrant for failure to appear.
– A resident in the 200 block of East Eighth Street reported at 9:40 a.m. Thursday that he looked out into his back yard and someone had left a large tractor tire in the yard. An officer learned the tire came from a residence to the east. The owner said they would get the tire as soon as possible.
– Renee Harris, of Orchard Bend Drive, reported at 8:20 a.m. Thursday that over the past two weeks, someone has broken light bulbs, damaged a security sign, removed a stop sign and took signage showing addresses, along with a private drive sign.
– A parking complaint was reported at 7:14 a.m. Thursday in the 100 block of Aetna Street. A nearby business was contacted and they said they would correct the problem.
– Officers checked the area of Rose Avenue at 12:33 a.m. Thursday for a possible underage party. No noise or persons were located to confirm the complaint.
– An officer on patrol at 12:13 a.m. Thursday heard a vehicle doing burnouts in the northwest section of the city and located the source in the 1000 block of Jennings Avenue. The vehicle was later found parked and unoccupied.
– Police were called at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday to the 100 block of West Pershing Street to check the well-being of an intoxicated male who was staggering while trying to walk. An officer found him already at his destination. He said he was okay and was told to stay indoors for the evening.
– Justin Ray York, 26, of Henderson, Tenn., was cited for having no motorcycle endorsement and failure to maintain reasonable control after wrecking the motorcycle he was operating at 9:55 p.m. Wednesday on the overpass on West State Street. The report said the driver of the eastbound motorcycle got distracted and struck the curb, lost control and wrecked. No injuries were reported and the driver declined medical attention. He had a friend respond to transport the motorcycle to storage.
-A woman came to the police station at 9:37 p.m. Wednesday to report a suspicious man she spoke with at the grocery store on East State Street earlier in the day. She said he made strange comments to her and she wanted it documented.
– Police responded to an apartment in the 2500 block of Lexington Avenue at 7:49 p.m. Wednesday for a possible overdose where the victim may have ingested an excessive amount of prescription medication. A family member took custody of the woman’s child. The woman was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center.
– An officer at 7:22 p.m. Wednesday saw a large box in the road on East State Street in front of Wendy’s, causing people to swerve out of the lane and back into the lane. The box was removed.
– A debit card left at the Euro Gyro restaurant in the 100 block of West State Street was placed in the police lost and found at 6:09 p.m. Wednesday.
– Jacquelyn Harvey, of the 400 block of West School Street, reported at 5:41 p.m. Wednesday that a washer was taken out of her garage. She said the garage has no wall separating the garage stalls and some tenants were recently ordered out by the landlord. She wasn’t sure if they took the item. The landlord did not see them move out.
– A woman in the 1200 block of Southeast Boulevard reported at 5:40 p.m. Wednesday that a juvenile was struck with a rock by another juvenile. Police spoke with both juveniles and their guardians and found that each had thrown a rock at one another. No injuries were reported and both guardians were given options for dealing with the incident.
– A truck that was seen parked with its left side to the curb at 5:23 p.m. Wednesday on West Wilson Street was turned around to correct the problem, with the driver given a verbal warning.
– Christopher Brown, 40, of Jennings Avenue, was cited for animals at large after police were called at 4:10 p.m. Wednesday to the 400 block of Jennings for turkeys loose on the road. The owner was putting the turkeys back inside their enclosure when police arrived.
– A caller at 3:35 p.m. Wednesday advised of people mowing in the 400 block of West Wilson Street and putting bottles in the road. An officer responded and told the man mowing to remove a beer bottle that was in the middle of the road. His response was that it was there when he started, but he removed the bottle.
– Marcia Phillis, of Beloit, reported at 3:16 p.m. Wednesday that she was leaving Walmart on East State Street and someone hit her vehicle. When she said she was going to call police and make a report, they left. She reported minor damage.
– A woman in the 100 block of West Pershing Street reported at 3:01 p.m. Wednesday that a known female sent her a text advising she was going to beat her up. She wanted a report made and said she’s tired of getting menacing texts from this person who moved out and is now living with her son someone near Quaker Village. She was told her options.
– A woman from North Howard Avenue came to the police station at 1:19 p.m. Wednesday for information regarding obtaining her personal property from a residence she’s moving out of. She was told what she needed and to call police if a problem arises.
GOSHEN POLICE DISTRICT
– Mindy K. Hanes, 29, 3145 Beechwood Ave., Alliance, was charged with operating a vehicle intoxicated and traveling left of center following a traffic stop on U.S. Route 62 at state Route 534 at 1:32 a.m. Sunday.
– Matthew Galbreath, 36, 12482 Goshen Road, Salem, was cited for right of way on public highway following a two-vehicle crash in the 12000 block of Goshen Road at 2:47 p.m. Sunday in which he was backing into a driveway and began to pull southbound, colliding with a southbound vehicle driven by Arek S. Hively, 17, North Benton. No injuries were reported.
– Jonathan M. Weis, 25, 737 1/2 N. Ellsworth Ave., Salem, was cited for driving under suspension and loud exhaust following a traffic stop on state Route 165 and Virginia Avenue at 9:42 a.m. Wednesday.
– Ronald P. Geho, 60, 10309 Middletown Road, Salem, was cited for animals at large after officers responded to a report of sheep running loose near a business in the 10000 block of state Route 45 at 1:18 p.m. Wednesday. Officers located Geho who said that he had been cleaning the sheep’s pen that morning while they grazed when he lost track of them and had been searching for them since 8 a.m. While attempting to corral the sheep into a trailer, they began crossing the roadway several times, causing a traffic hazard. They were finally loaded into the trailer approximately one hour later.
– A man reported at 11 a.m. Wednesday a man pulled into the Huntington Bank parking lot with a small child wedged between him and the passenger of the vehicle. Police checked but did not see the vehicle.
– A woman reported at 6:51 p.m. Wednesday there were teenagers in about four or five cars behind the fire station. Police checked and did not find anything out of the ordinary.
– Geri Henry reported at 7:33 p.m. Wednesday excessive smoke was coming from a small fire at a home on Stanton Avenue. Josh Aikens was warned for open burning.
– Amy Reed reported at 8:26 p.m. her 17-year-old daughter was receiving threatening text messages from another juvenile.
– A caller at 4:54 a.m. Thursday reported he was following a possible drunk driver northbound on state Route 45 and the vehicle pulled into Circle K on South Lincoln Avenue. Upon arrival, an officer found that no persons were intoxicated in the vehicle, but they were followed by another vehicle in reference to them trespassing on his property. The caller lived near Gavers so a Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office unit was called to respond to take the report. The people in the vehicle said they were contracted by a cellular company.
– A 17-year-old boy was charged with domestic violence and taken to the Tobin Center after police were called to his residence on Prospect Street at Salem Acres at 3:13 a.m. Thursday for a domestic complaint. The boy had allegedly threatened his mother with physical violence, punched and kicked several holes in the wall and stabbed a hole in the wall with a large knife. Salem Police assisted at the scene. A township officer had spoken to the boy at the Salem Police Department at 12:48 a.m. Thursday when he said his mother had thrown him out of the house. The officer spoke with Children Services and the mother and she had agreed to allow him back in the residence. The officer then returned him home. According to a Salem Police report at 11:42 p.m. Wednesday, the boy came to report harassing messages via social media and was then told since he lived in Perry Township and was a juvenile, he would need a parent to assist him in reporting the incident.
– Police were called to the 1800 block of Newgarden Avenue at 9:50 p.m. Wednesday for loud music. The people said they were testing the sound equipment for an upcoming wedding and would keep the music down.
– A woman on Andrew Avenue called at 7:16 p.m. Wednesday regarding a suspicious vehicle in the neighborhood, reporting a man has been going to neighbors’ houses asking questions about them. She wanted it documented.
– James W. Strait, 34, of 1137 Cunningham Road, was taken into custody at his residence at 6:52 p.m. Wednesday on an active warrant out of Columbiana County for failure to appear.
– Beth Hays, 23, of 1133 Prospect St., was taken into custody at her residence at Salem Acres at 6:32 p.m. wednesday on an active warrant out of Columbiana County for failure to appear.
– A woman on North Indiana Avenue reported at 11:14 a.m. Wednesday that she received a call from a man who identified himself as being from the federal government and claimed she owed $35,000 in back taxes and would be arrested if she did not take care of it. She told the caller she was recording the message and contacting police. He said there was no need for police and hung up. The area code showed the call came from the District of Columbia and is connected to a government scam according to a search of the phone number.
– A credit card left in an ATM in the 300 block of East Second Street at 10:10 a.m. Wednesday was placed in the police lost and found.
– A barking dog was reported at 3:27 a.m. Wednesday in the 600 block of Arch Street, but was not found.
– A woman in the 100 block of South Howard Avenue reported suspicious activity at 2:48 a.m. Wednesday, saying someone had been knocking on her back door for 20 minutes. Officers found a man on her back porch who said he was a friend of the woman and just wanted to visit. She saw him and said she was familiar with him and nothing more was needed.
– A man from East Pershing Street came to the police station at 2:11 a.m. Wednesday, said he didn’t feel well and that he required medical attention. Fire department first responders and KLG were called and he was taken to the hospital.
– A clerk at Smith Oil on East State Street reported at 10:55 p.m. Tuesday that a driver in a tan dodge Neon with Pennsylvania registration left without paying for $29.02 worth of gas. The vehicle wasn’t found.
– A man in the 100 block of South Howard Avenue reported telephone harassment at 10:31 p.m. Tuesday, saying a woman called him looking for a friend of his and making threats toward his friend. An officer spoke to the man’s friend who said he did not want the woman contacted. They were told their options.
– An officer on patrol in the 500 block of Prospect Street at 8:33 p.m. Tuesday saw a vehicle parked at a business with the driver side door open and nobody around. Nothing appeared disturbed inside the vehicle and the door was secured shut before the officer left.
– Joseph Desalvo Jr., 38, of 968 E. Third St., was taken into custody on a warrant for dangerous drugs after being seen in the area of North Lincoln Avenue and East Third Street at 8:07 p.m. Tuesday. Police had received a description of his clothing and his first name and that he was wanted, then found a male matching the description who was then identified. The warrant was through Columbiana County.
– A resident in the 600 block of East Fifth Street reported an animal complaint at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday, saying that the owner of another residence had not been home for over a month. Officers saw animals inside the residence. Dispatch was able to contact the homeowner who said they are there daily to take care of the animals. The humane officer will be sent to check on the animals.
– A resident on Rose Avenue called at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday to report receiving multiple calls from an out-of-state number. Officers attempted contact but were disconnected. They continued to attempt contact multiple times with no answer.
– Douglas Rudibaugh, 51, of East 11th Street, was cited for a red light violation after his northbound vehicle on South Union Avenue stopped for red light then proceeded through the intersection while the light was still red, getting struck by an eastbound vehicle on State Street driven by Fred Pollock, 55, of Teegarden Road, Hanoverton, who had the green light at 4:48 p.m. Tuesday. No injuries were reported.
– A domestic was reported at 4:32 p.m. Tuesday in the 600 block of Fair Avenue where two female residents said they were arguing but no physical violence occurred. They were told to go to separate areas of the home for the evening.
– A line was reported down in the 600 block of Cherry Street. An officer saw a ground wire across the road on Cherry at Olive Street and was able to remove the wire.
– Paul K. Joy, of 669 E. Fifth St., was taken into custody on a warrant for obstruction after calling police to his residence at 2:29 p.m. Tuesday to turn himself in.
– Police were called at 2:06 p.m. Tuesday for suspicious activity in the 300 block of Vine Street. Officers checked the north stairwell for a male reportedly selling drugs, but found no one. No one was around the south stairwell, either.
– A railroad crossing gate malfunction was reported at 1:52 p.m. Tuesday at Newgarden Avenue, but an officer checked the gate and it appeared to be working correctly.
– Police were called for animal neglect at 1:25 p.m. Tuesday in the 100 block of South Broadway Avenue where an officer saw a dog inside a tan Toyota with a sheet covering the back window area and the windows all cracked some. The dog appeared fine. The officer felt inside the vehicle and it was cool, but left a warning tag. He returned 10 minutes later and the male and female owner were with the dog outside of the vehicle. The officer explained the warning and the complaint.
– A resident in the 600 block of East 12th Street reported at 11:42 a.m. Tuesday that people next door pulled into her drive and caused damage to the yard and mailbox. An officer found a work crew was cleaning out a residence that a bank took over. The man in charge said he talked with the woman and tried to let her know he would pay for any damage, but she called police and didn’t want to talk to him. The woman was told what he said about taking care of damages and could he come over and talk with her, but she wanted to wait for her husband to come home. An officer told the male and he said she has his number.
– Valerie Messinda of East Third Street reported at 9:52 a.m. Tuesday that her wallet was missing from her purse. She used it at a local store on Sunday and now it’s gone. She called the store and no one found it or turned it in.
– A woman in the 1200 block of Cedar Ridge reported at 9:28 a.m. Tuesday that a dog is constantly running at large and growled at her while in her back yard in the morning. It was a black male pit bull and could not be approached. The humane officer was called and then told not to respond after police found the owner through another neighbor. Ashley McGuire, 25, of Cedar Ridge, was cited for dog at large.
– Nici Ewing, of East Sixth Street, reported at 8:43 a.m. Tuesday that someone entered her unlocked vehicle in the driveway and removed a small amount of change and a pair of headphones.
– A caller at 8:07 a.m. Tuesday reported littering after prescription bottles were left in a parking lot overnight. The bottles were discarded.
– Max Wolfgang, of North Union Avenue, reported at 7:47 a.m. Tuesday that someone entered his garage overnight and entered his unlocked vehicle, opening the glove box and center console. A wallet was removed.
– A caller reported there was a loud noise in the 400 block of West Washington Street at 10:08 p.m. Monday. Police arrived at the apartment house and told the resident to turn down the music, which he agreed to do.
– Several calls were received about several people going door to door on East Chestnut Street at 8 p.m. Monday. Police caught up with a black male, who said he was with Direct Energy and that his group was checking to make sure residents were receiving the best energy rates. The man was told he would need to get a solicitation permit from the police chief, which he said he would do.
– Barry James reported at 2:38 p.m. July 30 he was driving east on East Lincoln Way when someone in a green Jeep Liberty ran a stop sign at Pritchard Avenue, pushing his vehicle into a curb lawn. The driver fled the scene. James said he did not need any medical attention.
– Madison Courtney, 20, Grafton Road, Leetonia, was cited for assured cleared distance after she drove into the rear of a vehicle driven by Kayla Carpenter, 29, West Lincoln Way, on North Market Street at 1 p.m. July 30.
– A Beiling Veterinary employee reported at 9:14 a.m. Tuesday someone tampered with the back door lock, although they did not gain entry but none of the employee keys worked in the lock that morning.
– Mike Solmen reported at 5:46 p.m. Tuesday his wife and her friend were locked inside the fence at Gad-About-Tours after arriving back from a day trip and finding all the employees had left and they weren’t able to get out. Police were able to get the gate taken apart enough to let them out and then secure it.
– Bob Smurthwaite, South Bayshore Drive, reported at 5:58 p.m. Tuesday he could hear a popping sound from his home and believed it was coming from the Back Bay area. Police checked but did not hear any noises.
– A man reported at 8:59 p.m. Tuesday loud music was coming from a home at the corner of West Park and North West Street. Police warned Evan Stewart, 21, Columbiana, Lisa Erdner, 21, Youngstown, Adam Madej, 23, Boardman, Savannah Bodnar, 19, Youngstown, and John Janczewski, 21, Boardman of the complaint and that they would be cited if any more complaints were received.
– A man reported at 9:46 p.m. Tuesday he could see a small fire that appeared to be a controlled burn by Shaker Woods but didn’t see anyone around. Police checked and found a small fire burning but no response from the fire department was needed.
– Police received a complaint on station at 3:58 p.m. Sunday from a man from Worthington, Pa., advising he had visitation rights this week with his 15-year-old son and his ex-wife refused to let the boy go with him. He stated his ex-wife and he have had multiple problems along with their court visitation orders for the boy. Police spoke with the wife and she acknowledged it was his week for visitation however he was refusing to bring him back for soccer practice which is a concern to her and her son. She said he is the one who doesn’t follow visitation orders and they are to appear in court in September to take care of the issue then. Police spoke with the boy at the request of his mother and he said he had no problem going with his father to Pennsylvania, but knows he won’t bring him back during the week for daily soccer practice from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. He said missing practice can jeopardize his ability to play soccer for his team.
– While on patrol at 9:22 p.m. Monday, police observed a black and white bulldog-mix that was loose and it came right over to the officer and was very friendly and it jumped right into the cruiser. The dog was recognized from a previous complaint and taken to an address in the 46000 block of Taylor Ave. A juvenile there said their dog was not missing but was shown the dog in the cruiser and he said he had no idea how it got loose.
– Police responded to the 3200 block of Silliman St. at midnight July 29 regarding a domestic complaint and a violation of a protection. Charges were filed against Kenneth Robinson for violation of a protection order that is in effect until 2019.
– Clyde Wolfgang of North Lincoln Avenue reported at 5:53 a.m. Tuesday that sometime overnight someone entered two unlocked vehicles at the property, taking $10 to $15 in change from one vehicle and $50 to $80 in change from the other vehicle.
– A caller at 4:42 a.m. Tuesday reported three intoxicated people yelling on Ohio Avenue near the Reilly School entrance. Police didn’t see or hear anyone.
– A woman reported at 1:09 a.m. Tuesday that while she was working at Murphy USA on East State Street she was bitten by a stray cat on the property. The animal was picked up by the humane officer. Per company policy, the woman was required to seek medical treatment and make a report.
– An officer on patrol at 1:14 a.m. Tuesday came across two people in Waterworth Memorial Park after hours. They were told the park hours and left.
– Police responded at 12:43 a.m. Tuesday to the 1400 block of Eastview Drive. Both parties said it was an argument and no physical violence occurred. The male was taken to a relative’s home for the night.
– Police were dispatched at 11:06 p.m. Monday to the 400 block of South Broadway for a person to be removed from a business. The male was told to leave and did.
– Police were called at 10:44 p.m. Monday to the 400 block of South Broadway for a report of theft. A man said a woman took his money. Officers spoke with the woman who had active warrants and was taken into custody. Cortni Rankin, 23, of 5220 Yates Road, was wanted on a warrant for failure to appear on charges of operating a vehicle under the influence, driving under suspension and drug paraphernalia.
– An officer on patrol saw a truck parked at the rear of a closed business in the 1000 block of Pennsylvania Avenue at 8:12 p.m. Monday. Nobody was found, with the business appearing secure.
– A dog at large was reported at 7:55 p.m. Monday in the area of South Union Avenue and Oak Street. Police spoke with the owner about the ordinance for dogs at large, but did not see any violations.
– A woman on Woodland Avenue reported at 6:25 p.m. Monday that her juvenile daughter saw two suspicious males in the area of Woodland and Oak. Police could not find them.
– Christopher Hyler, 25, of 4433 Depot Road, Salem, was taken into custody on a charge of aggravated trespass after flagging down a police officer at 5:51 p.m. Monday in the area of South Lundy Avenue and Columbia Street. He had questions pertaining to an incident on Sunday. Police noted that a charge of aggravated trespass dealing with that same incident he was asking about had been approved by the Columbiana County Prosecutor’s Office an hour prior to him making contact with officers.
– A caller at 5:45 p.m. Monday reported a suspicious black Chevy Blazer behind a business in the 1600 block of South Lincoln Avenue. Police didn’t find the vehicle.
– Lance Dangelo, 23, of 1135 1/2 E. State St., was taken into custody on a warrant for burglary after police at 5:40 p.m. Monday responded to the 1100 block of East State Street to check for a wanted person. A resident gave verbal consent for police to check the interior of the property and they found the male in the attic.
– A brown/white beagle was reported at large at 5:35 p.m. Monday in the 800 block of East Fourth Street, but was not found.
– A resident in the 900 block of East Fifth Street at 5:24 p.m. Monday reported a suspicious item on the lawn. The officer saw it appeared to be a firework that had not ignited. The resident had placed the firework into a cup of water and the officer took it for disposal.
– Police responded at 5:06 p.m. Monday to the 600 block of Franklin Avenue for a report of an abandoned vehicle and had it towed. While there, officers spoke with a man who ended up having a warrant. Vincent Rosati, 23, of Franklin Avenue, was taken into custody for a warrant for failure to appear.
– Marian Clark, 87, of Johnstown, Pa. was cited for failure to stop after her vehicle struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Lawrence Parker, 75, of Manor Drive, who was stopped in traffic, causing him to strike the rear of a vehicle driven by Ashley Baker, of Mechanicstown, who was stopped for a red light on North Lincoln Avenue at East Sixth Street at 2:40 p.m. Monday. No injuries were reported.
– Shelby Jewell, of Jefferson Avenue, reported at 1:40 p.m. Monday that sometime overnight her car and her father’s car were egged and had rocks thrown at them.
– An Ohio Edison employee reported at 12:26 p.m. Monday that sometime in the last two weeks, the substation on South Ellsworth Avenue was broken into by someone cutting a chain link fence at the rear of the property and entering. Multiple wires were cut and removed which contained copper clad, which the report said is not valuable at scrap places. The same wires were taken before and had been replaced recently with the copper clad. The report said 200 feet of wire was removed. The estimated cost to repair the fence was $500, wire replacement was $1,600 and $8,100 for all repairs and labor costs.
– An animal was reported left in a vehicle in the 2400 block of East State Street at 11:52 a.m. Monday, but the vehicle wasn’t found.
– A caller at 10:42 a.m. Monday reported a juvenile on Prospect Street had just pulled a gun on another juvenile and pointed it at him. The juvenile was described as wearing orange clothing and was spotted on Newgarden near the railroad tracks. He was approached and ordered to drop the gun as he had it pulled out of his waist band. He was secured and found to not have any more weapons. The gun was a BB gun and the victim was a relative of the suspect juvenile. The juveniles were taken back home to their residence and turned over to the babysitter. A message was left for the mother and the boys were not to leave home for the rest of the day. Police will follow up with an informal hearing with the juvenile officer.
– A man from Hanoverton reported at 10:27 a.m. Monday that he thought someone took his medication while his car was parked in the 400 block of Franklin Avenue. He last saw the medication in his car on Saturday and found the pills missing Monday.
– A bike was reported stolen from a porch overnight at 10:20 a.m. Monday in the 500 block of Walnut Street by Stephanie Palmer. An officer had seen a bike at the west end of the alley nearby earlier and the bike was identified as hers and was recovered.
– Tammy Fetterhoff reported at 12:38 a.m. Monday her ex-boyfriend Jamie Bertolette, 51, Fairfield Avenue, came to her apartment and stole some items. Police investigated and Bertolette was later charged with criminal trespass and theft and taken to the Columbiana County Jail.
– Amy Anderson, South Cross Street, reported at 7:25 a.m. Monday someone entered her vehicle during the night and stole her sunglasses.
– A man reported at 9 a.m. Monday Mark Beck was walking his dogs on Spring Street without a leash again and allowing them to defecate in the yards and was not cleaning up after them. Police contacted Beck but he denied his dogs were anywhere but in his yard.
– Police stood by while the electric department repaired a downed line on East Friend Street near the alley at 5:44 p.m. Monday.
– A man reported at 8:11 p.m. Monday a dog running loose on Old Saybrook chased his kids off a bicycle and up the swing set. Police told Jack Burgess not to let his dog off the premises in the future.
– The sheriff’s office received a hang-up 911 call from near the high school at 2:54 a.m. Thursday, and there sounded like a lot of background noise. Police went to the high school but did not see anyone around or any disturbance.
– A caller reported there were several vehicles at the community pool at 12:50 a.m. Thursday and they were being loud. Police arrived and told them to keep the music down.
– Jill S. Weikart, 56, Winona Road, Salem, was cited for failure to stop an assured cleared distance after she drove into the rear of a stopped vehicle operated by Tiffany L. Ketchum, 18, Steubenville Pike. The minor accident occurred at the intersection of North Market and Spruce streets at 12:23 p.m. July 25.
– Scott Nelder, 22, Saltwell Road, was cited for failure to control after he drove off the road and into a yard while turning onto East Lincoln Way from Jackson Street at 12:48 a.m. Sunday.
– Police were called to a reported assault at the group home on North Market Street at 8 p.m. Saturday, where Donnel Brock reportedly pushed and then punched Scott Steffen. Brock, 36, was arrested.
– A Hispanic-sounding man called at 2:30 a.m. Saturday to say someone was walking around and knocking on doors at the Applegrove apartment complex on Saltwell Road. Police found a resident walking around the complex and knocking on doors and asking to use the phone so he could go somewhere else to sleep because he was having trouble sleeping.
– An officer on patrol found a rear door unsecure at the county mental health clinic at 3:13 a.m. Friday. Nothing inside was found to have been disturbed and a person with the key was advised.
– Police responded to a reported assault at the Chef’s Table at 5:48 p.m. Wednesday and spoke with employee Sunshine Burley, 28, who said she agreed to meet Brandi Cope to discuss whether Cope was talking to her boyfriend. The two met at the rear of the restaurant, and an argument over the boyfriend followed, during which Cope reportedly punched Burley in the eye. Police were still trying to contact Cope to get her side.
Sean Kapp, Terra Verde, reported at 12:40 a.m. Sunday there was a sick raccoon in his driveway. The raccoon was disposed of.
-A West Salem Street woman reported at 10 a.m. Sunday people were riding four-wheelers and firing shotguns on Old 14. Police found the location was outside city limits and spoke with the people who were at McMaster’s Farm and said they were shooting blanks to scare birds away from their crops.
– Landon Coleman reported at 11:27 a.m. Sunday his car was egged sometime over night on South Elm Street, and it was the second time in three days it had occurred.
– Nick Berger, South Cross Street, reported at 11 p.m. Sunday someone entered their van when it was in their driveway. Police checked the vehicle and found nothing had been stolen.
– An officer was called at 6:22 a.m. Monday for an obstruction or debris in the road on South Ellsworth Avenue near the railroad crossing, but everything was found clear. The tracks were being worked on at the time.
– An anonymous caller at 5:58 a.m. Monday reported a parking complaint in the 900 block of Newgarden Avenue. A resident told police it was a private drive, not an alley way.
– An officer on patrol at 3:04 a.m. Monday stopped a vehicle for several traffic offenses in the 400 block of South Lincoln Avenue. The driver consented to a search of the vehicle, but no contraband was found.
– A man came to the police station at 10:52 p.m. Sunday to report he was sexually assaulted by his girlfriend three to four days ago, reporting she invited him to her residence in the a.m. hours and he was intoxicated from consuming alcoholic beverages the night before. He said she took advantage of him due to his state of intoxication in spite of him telling her no and to stop several times. He provided a written statement and the information will be sent to the prosecutor’s office for review.
– Police were dispatched at 10:08 p.m. Sunday to the 800 block of East Sixth Street for a possible burglary in progress and a female injured. The residence was found secure and the female was found and said she injured her arm. A male known to her knocked on the door and when she answered, he put his hands around her neck and threatened her. She said she jumped out a window to get away from him, causing injury to her arm. She was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center for her injury. Officers found the male who said he was invited to the residence and they had an argument, but nothing physical took place. He said he didn’t know she jumped out the window. The case was under investigation.
– A father called from out-of-state at 9:22 p.m. Sunday asking police to check the well-being of his children on West 10th Street. He had not been able to make contact with them. An officer made contact and learned the children were with family members and fine.
– Police responded to the automated car wash in the 1600 block of South Lincoln Avenue for a water problem reported at 9:17 p.m. Sunday. The sprayer was discharging high pressure water with no car in the bay. The business owner was contacted and was already aware and on his way.
– A domestic was reported at 9:10 p.m. Sunday in the 1900 block of East State Street. Officers spoke with both people involved and learned they had not been fighting, but talking loudly. They were told to keep the noise down.
– Officers responded and checked along Pennsylvania Avenue and West State Street and Jennings Avenue after hearing 20 shots fired in the area and having a complaint from a resident near Stewart Avenue and West Sixth Street who said the sound was west of there. Police could not determine if the shots came from within the city limits or from a wooded area along the U.S. Route 62 bypass in Perry Township. Perry Township Police also checked, but no more shots were heard.
– Officers on patrol at 8:48 p.m. Sunday on Continental Drive saw a man acting in a suspicious manner behind a closed business. He said he had been looking at vehicles.
– Police responded to West Sixth Street at 8:18 p.m. Sunday for a 911 hangup call, but residents said they were fine.
– A credit card found in the city was turned over to police at 8:09 p.m. Sunday and placed in the lost and found.
– A male juvenile came to the police station at 6:48 p.m. Sunday to report he had an argument with his girlfriend who refused to get out of his vehicle when he took her home. An officer spoke to the female juvenile who was standing next to the vehicle. She was told he didn’t want her in the vehicle and she was offered assistance in getting home but said she would walk. Both said nothing physical took place.
– Police responded at 6:31 p.m. Sunday to the 200 block of Vine Street for an unknown problem. The fire department dealt with the situation.
– An officer at 5:29 p.m. Sunday was flagged down by a pedestrian in the 600 block of Prospect Street who found a small black and brown dog (dachshund) running loose and placed it on a leash and had it. The officer obtained the pedestrian’s phone number to contact in case someone reports the dog missing.
– An officer on patrol saw a black Dodge sedan parked illegally at 5:27 p.m. Sunday in the 400 block of South Union Avenue. The owner was contacted and moved it.
– A person came to the police station at 3:32 p.m. Sunday to report he may know the whereabouts of stolen property in the city.
– Police responded to a medical on Arch Street at 2:58 p.m. Sunday, with first responders and EMT.
– A woman on Lexington Avenue reported at 2:50 p.m. Sunday that her mother’s soon-to-be ex-boyfriend grabbed her son by the collar of his shirt and pulled on it. There were no visible injuries to his neck. The incident is under investigation.
– A possible drunk driver in a dark gray truck with lights on top was reported in the 100 block of West State Street at 1:51 p.m. Sunday, but the vehicle was not found.
– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 10:54 a.m. Sunday in the 300 block of Woodland Avenue where police found a moving truck the caller said had been there a few days. Several houses in the area had for sale signs.
– Larry Wade, 63, of West 12th Street, was cited for failure to yield after he pulled out of Centennial Park and struck a vehicle driven by Richard Scarbrough, 74, of Jefferson, who was westbound on Pershing Street at 9:35 a.m. Sunday.
– The owner of a dog in the city called at 8:33 a.m. Sunday to report his dog got out and attacked another dog that was walking down the street with its owner. There were no visible injuries to either dog and both owners had all the proper paperwork for the dogs.
– A resident in the 1700 block of West State Street called at 10:16 p.m. Sunday to report unknown people in their garage. Police saw three people in the garage and learned one of them was a resident, the significant other of the caller. He said he gave permission for the other two people to be there. Both males left voluntarily and awaited a ride.
– Police responded to a medical call at 7:54 p.m. Sunday in the 1400 block of Benton Road. Police stood by until EMT Ambulance arrived and took a female to the hospital.
– A domestic dispute was reported between two sisters in the 200 block of Apple Street at 4:53 p.m. Sunday. Both parties said it was only an argument and nothing physical occurred. One female said she would leave for the night.
– A Sebring man reported at 11:43 p.m. Friday that he was moving out of a residence on Highland East and was called and told one of the other tenants placed his items outside. He said several items were missing.
– Police attempted to return a call at 4:39 p.m. Friday in reference to a possible stolen vehicle. A message was left for the person to call back.
– Township police checked on a mental person in the 100 block of East State Street at 4:33 p.m. Friday for Salem Police officers who were tied up on other calls. Salem Police then arrived and assisted with the male who was taken to the hospital.
– A woman on Stewart Road called at 4:29 p.m. Friday regarding harassing text messages from her soon-to-be ex-husband. She just wanted a report at this time.
GOSHEN POLICE DISTRICT
– A Fourth Street, Beloit, resident reported at 8:13 a.m. July 20 that someone overnight had broken a window of her vehicle.
– Police responded to the Colonial Villa at 9:15 a.m. July 21 for a report of juveniles trespassing in the water treatment facility.
– Edward L. Proske, 70, Kent, was cited for failure to control following a one-vehicle crash in Green Township at 12:25 p.m. July 21 in which he was eastbound on U.S. Route 62 in the area of Lisbon Road when he became distracted and traveled off the right side of the roadway, striking a ditch. No injuries were reported.
– Police responded to the 12000 block of Goshen Road at 11:24 p.m. July 21 where a woman reported having a verbal dispute with her boyfriend regarding their children.
– A West Jefferson Court resident reported telephone harassment at 4:50 p.m. July 22.
– Police responded to a burglary report in the 12000 block of Middletown Road at 2:12 p.m. July 23, and in the 11000 block at 4:02 p.m. the same day.
– Officers responded to the Sharon Lynn girls home at 7:58 p.m. July 24 in reference to an out of control resident running around screaming while nude. She was transported to the hospital for evaluation.
– Officers responded to the Sharon Lynn girls home at 1:18 p.m. July 26 for an out of control resident who had damaged an officer’s equipment while he was trying to control her.
– Officers responded to a North Lincoln Avenue home at 7:16 p.m. Thursday where the resident reported his wife had left at approximately 7:30 a.m. that day and had not been heard from since. The wife was later found by Ellwood City police.
– Police responded to a suspicious vehicle in the 400 block of Fair Avenue at 12:23 a.m. Friday and were told by the occupants that they had pulled over to eat their food. They were told to eat their food in the parking lot where they bought it.
– A patrolling officer at 12:32 a.m. Friday observed several people in Centennial Park. The people were identified and told to move along since it was after park hours.
– An officer responded to a 2800 block East State Street business at 12:45 a.m. Friday where the manager reported someone had been repeatedly calling and making obscene noises. The officer contact the person via telephone and the person hung up.
– Elizabeth A. McConnahey, 49, 17064 W. Middletown Road, Beloit, was charged with operating a vehicle intoxicated (refusal), stop sign and marked lanes following a traffic stop in the 100 block of Ohio Avenue at 1:53 a.m. Friday.
– A patrolling officer at 5:49 a.m. Friday observed an open door at a 1000 block East State Street business. The officer checked the building and secured it then contacted key holder.
– Police responded to the 2800 block of East State Street for a report of a motorized scooter in the roadway at 12:58 p.m. Friday but were unable to find anyone.
– A Southeast Boulevard woman reported at 1:01 p.m. Friday that someone in Cleveland had been using her identity.
– Kasen Smith, 18, East Rochester, was cited for failure to yield right of way following a two-vehicle crash in the 1800 block of South Lincoln Avenue at 5:23 a.m. Thursday in which he was eastbound on state Route 45 and attempted to turn into a business, entering the path of a westbound vehicle driven by Jim A. Barr, East Liverpool. No injuries were reported.
– Police responded with paramedics to a report of a man falling off a ladder and injuring his hip in the 1000 block of East Pine Lake Road at 11:05 a.m. Thursday. The man was transported to the Salem hospital for treatment.
– Police responded to the Jones Drive area for a report of ATVs on the roadway at 5:14 p.m. Thursday but were unable to anyone.
– A local health care company reported at 8:34 p.m. Thursday a single missing pain pill from inventory and had to file a report per policy.
– A Fairfield Avenue man reported at 8:17 a.m. Thursday a man in a tan Honda with magnetic signs on the door kept returning to his home to solicit educational products even though he kept saying he was not interested. Police found the man, Uzziel Aguirre, and revoked his permits due to receiving several other calls and complaints about his sales tactics. He was also warned that if found soliciting in town again he would be charged.
– An East Woodland Avenue man reported at 2:54 p.m. Thursday a car was parked on the wrong side of the street. Police found the car and issued a citation.
– Carla Kyser, Salem, was facing east on state Route 14 and waiting to turn north onto state Route 7 at 3:53 p.m. Thursday and was rear-ended by Amanda Snyder, Columbiana. Snyder was cited for assured clear distance.
– A man reported at 10:58 p.m. Thursday someone was speeding up and down Quincy Avenue near Blueberry Street. Police checked but did not see the vehicle.
– Someone reported at 11:15 p.m. Thursday a suspicious older gray car was in the car wash at Windjammer Drive. Police checked but did not see the vehicle.