— Thomas Burbick, Ray Avenue, reported at 7:55 p.m. Wednesday his license plate was either stolen or missing.

— K-9 Csuti was requested at 3:04 a.m. Wednesday for a vehicle sniff by the Beaver Township Police Department on state Route 7.

— Police were called to the McDonald’s parking lot on state Route 14 at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday for a report of a crash in the drive-through. No information was listed for the driver and no citations were issued due to being on private property.


— Jarod Coil, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported at 11:56 a.m. Monday he is being harassed by Richard Parrish over his ex-girlfriend Amber Nguyen. Police spoke with Parrish, who said that it was Coil who was harassing him. Police told Parrish not to have any contact with Coil.

— An East Lincoln Way resident requested at 9 p.m. Tuesday police remove a bat from inside the home. Police were able to catch and relocate the bat.

— Police were called to the area behind the Akron Children’s parking lot at 6:17 a.m. Thursday for a report of a suspicious person. Police spoke with a man who said that he was meditating next to the garage. Police checked the man for active warrants and found none. Police then spoke with his stepmother who said that he had been sitting outside all night because he was mad with her and the neighbors, and she was concerned for his well-being and was worried he may try to hurt himself. Police later found the man walking near the Valley View gas station and explained that his stepmother was worried about him, at which point the man allegedly told police to shoot him. Police convinced him to go willingly to a hospital for an evaluation. While waiting for the ambulance to arrive, police found a broken pipe and a pill bottle with two different medications on the man. He was then taken to the Salem hospital.

— Debbie Curtis, North Market Street, reported at 1:31 p.m. Wednesday that Ted Davis loosened the lug nuts on her boyfriend Steve’s truck and she was driving the truck the day before and got into an accident when the tire came off. Police asked Curtis if an officer made contact with her the night before, and she said no, because she was too afraid to be home by herself. Police then told her that Davis called and filed a report about her boyfriend coming into his apartment and threatening him. According to the report, Davis reported at 3:58 p.m. Tuesday that Curtis’ boyfriend came into his apartment accusing him of loosening the lug nuts on his truck. Police attempted to contact Curtis that evening but she was not home. Curtis then told police her boyfriend did ask Davis about loosening the lug nuts and he admitted to it and laughed about it. She also told police Davis has been trying to cause problems for her ever since his wife died and she has refused to set him up with someone. Police told Curtis and her boyfriend to stay away from Davis, and also told Davis to stay away from them. Police also told Curtis that nothing could be done about the vehicle allegations, since Davis denied loosening the lug nuts when asked by police.