POLICE REPORTS

SALEM

— Police responded to the 1000 block of Buckeye Avenue for a domestic in progress call. It was verbal only and over family issues.

— Police responded to the 2800 block of East State Street at 9:04 a.m. Thursday for a shoplifting complaint where unknown persons had taken approximately $6,000 in merchandise without paying for it. The incident is under investigation.

— At 10:15 a.m Thursday, police responded to the 400 block of Continental Drive for a reported sexual assault last night. The victim recovered evidence and had shared visitation with the subject of interest. Officers advised her, due to the seriousness of the assault on her, that she would probably be able to deny the male visitation and entry onto the property. She was advised how to obtain protection orders that would be gone over at the police department when she arrived. The incident is under investigation.

— Police responded to South Ellsworth Avenue at 12:44 p.m. Thursday for a possible missing manhole cover and were unable to locate it.

— At 2:09 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the 700 block of East Fifth Street where the complainant advised that between 8 p.m. Wednesday and 2 p.m. Thursday her vehicle was broken in to. The passenger side window was shattered with an object. Photos were taken of the damage.

— Police in the area of Franklin and South Union avenues at 5:20 p.m. Thursday observed two small dogs run onto the street, then to a nearby residence. The owner was advised to keep them on a leash or fenced in the back yard.

— At 5:39 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the 1000 block of Newgarden Avenue where the complainant advised her ex-boyfriend opened a credit card account in her name in another jurisdiction. She was advised to contact police in that jurisdiction.

— Police responded to the 2500 block of East State Street at 6:41 p.m. Thursday where the complainant believed a bag was taken from her vehicle. She was unsure if the vehicle was locked or not.

— Police responded to the Washington Avenue and East Pershing Street area at 8:36 p.m. Thursday for a dog at large and were unable to locate it.

— At 10:17 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the area of South Madison Avenue and Oak Street where a male was riding a bike the wrong way on the side of the street without lights. During the stop an officer conducted a consent search and nothing was found.

— Police responded to 2800 block of East State Street for a suspicious vehicle with one occupant. The driver said he was tired and taking a nap.

— At 3:53 a.m. Friday, police responded to the 400 block of Highland Avenue for a suspicious vehicle complaint but were unable to locate it after searching the surrounding streets.

NEW WATERFORD

— Officers responded to the 46000 block of Taylor Avenue at approximately 8:09 p.m. Thursday to check a vacant home due to lights being on inside. Officers found the residence secure and no tracks were found in the snow around the residence.

LISBON

–Responding to a man possibly in distress, police found Anthony Delmont near the Smith Oil station at 8:39 p.m. Wednesday. Delmont said someone was in distress and started pointing toward the laundromat off East Lincoln Way. Police did not find anyone in the laundromat and went back to Delmont, who was not making much sense. Police eventually figured out he meant the nearby apartment of Nicole Hilton, with whom Delmont is involved. Police contacted Hilton and gave her back the cigarettes Delmont had in his possession. The parties were then told to stay away from each other.

–Police were called to an apartment on East Washington Street 8 p.m. Wednesday and then called for an ambulance upon learning Zak Rudder had thrown up twice after drinking a bottle of vodka and followed that up with some Crown Royal. He was taken to a local hospital to be examined.

–Raymond Smith, state Route 517, was working at the Continuing Healthcare facility on Vista Drive on Wednesday night when he believes his vehicle was struck by a snowplow truck. Police spoke with the snowplow driver and he said he did not strike any vehicles in he parking lot.

— Responding to a report a motorist driving erratically, police came across a 79-year-old man on North Market Street at 9:07 a.m. Thursday. The man, who had run over some road signs at the Jerome Street intersection before stopping, was unable to answer basic questions and appeared confused. He was taken by ambulance to a local hospital to be examined, while his son arrived to take possession of his truck keys.

— Dustin Blair reported having problems picking his children up for visitation at their mother’s apartment on Moore Street at 5:10 p.m. Monday and that her boyfriend came at him wanting to start a fight. The mother, Erin Lake, called later to accuse Blair of threatening her.

–An official at the Save-A-Lot reported Tuesday that Nicole Hilton was there asking customers to borrow their cellphones and pulling on car doors to talk to people. Hilton was told she was not allowed on the property. Hilton called the police department later to say a soda pop vending machine outside Save-A-Lot robbed her of $25 or more.

–Police were called to 387 E. Lincoln Way at 11:32 a.m. Tuesday to remove someone, but the person left before their arrival.

–Charges were filed after Julie Gatrell, 47, of Wellsville, reportedly wrote a bad check for $461 to Scullion Vision Clinic. This was after Scullion made several attempts to contact Gatrell about payment but was unsuccessful and then sent her a certified letter, but still no response was received.

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