— On June 21, officers responded to a two-vehicle accident by the intersection of Southeast Boulevard and East State Street. Vehicle one driven by Tonya Dunham was in the left hand only lane waiting to make a left hand turn, with vehicle two driven by Doris Dennison behind her. Dennison’s foot slipped from the brake, rear ending the vehicle in front. No injures were reported and Dennison was cited with assured clear distance.
— On June 21, officers responded to the 2400 block of East State Street for a two-vehicle accident on private property. Vehicle one was driven by Connie Best and was struck in the right rear door by vehicle 2 driven by Fred Hoff who was backing out of a parking spot and did not see the other vehicle. No injures were reported and no citations were issued.
— On June 21, officers responded to a vehicle lockout on Goshen Road. Officers were able to get inside the locked car.
— On June 21, officers responded to a vehicle lockout on Lexington Avenue. Officers were able to get inside the locked car.
— On June 21, officers responded to the 2700 block of East State Street for an attempted breaking and entering. The business had said their lock had been continuously broken the past few days. The business had not been entered but requested an extra watch until they could get a new lock, and video surveillance is being reviewed for possible identification.
— On June 21, officers responded to the 200 block of South Lincoln Avenue for a report of an intoxicated driver. Officers found the vehicle unoccupied and parked at the owner’s residence.
— On June 21, officers responded to the 900 block of East State Street for a drive off report. A male subject had pumped $10 worth of gasoline, and said he forgot his wallet, but never returned to make payment. A family member offered to pay.
— On June 21, officers responded to a vehicle lockout on the 2800 block of East State Street. Officers were able to get inside the locked car.
— On June 21, officers responded to a domestic in progress on the 200 block of West Wilson Street. A male and female were reported physically fighting outside their residence. Officers made contact with the subjects who said they were not fighting, but attempting to move appliances into the residence, and that everything was fine with the residence.
— On June 21, officers received a report of an incident between two employees at a business located on the 500 block of Prospect Street. Officers were asked to add an extra watch to the area.
— On June 21, officers responded to a domestic dispute between father and juvenile son in the 1700 block of Ridgewood Drive. The two had gotten into a physical altercation with both showing physical marks and injuries. The two had been transported to the police department. The father, Louis Huyghe II, was arrested and charged with domestic violence and the son was charged with domestic violence and transported to Tobin Center.
— On June 21, officers responded to a domestic in progress on North Lundy Avenue. A female had answered the door and stated Domingo Calel had returned home intoxicated, and the two had gotten into an argument, and Calel had hit her. She did have visible injuries, and Calel was charged with domestic violence, and was taken into custody and transported to the county jail.
— On June 21, officers responded to the 1200 block of North Ellsworth Avenue for a hit and skip accident. Two vehicles were reported as racing, and one had struck a guide wire. Both vehicles fled the scene. The fire department also responded and determined there was no hazards present and notified Ohio Edison.
— On June 21, officers checked the 100 block of West State Street for a report of open container. Nothing was found.
— On June 21, officers stopped a vehicle for multiple traffic violations on the 600 block of Arch Street. Officers located several contraband items during the stop and cited the driver for the items, then cleared the driver and gave him a verbal warning for the traffic violations.
— On June 21, officers responded to a call of juveniles in the roadway on the 600 block of Woodland Avenue. Officers found two adults rollerblading, they were advised of the call and told they were not in any violation.
— On June 22, a K-9 unit was asked to assist with a traffic stop on Painter Road and Scarboro Lane. The K-9 indicated the odor of narcotics during an open air sniff test, and contraband was recovered. The driver was taken into highway patrol custody and brought back to the station for OVI testing.
— On June 22, officers responded to a suspicious male riding a bicycle on the 2300 block of Tanglewood. The male had run into the woods and officers were unable to find him.
— On June 22, officers responded to a loud person complaint in the 200 block of North Union Avenue. Officers advised the two subjects to keep the noise level down.
— On June 22, officers received a report for a stolen bicycle on East Fifth Street. The bicycle had been stolen from the back yard and the officers were unable to locate it.
— On June 22, officers responded to a vehicle lockout on Cleveland Street. Officers were able to get inside the locked car.
— On June 22, officers received a report of a car accident without injury on Carole Circle. One car had been parked in the street and was hit when another vehicle was backing out of a driveway.
— On June 22, officers responded to a domestic in progress on Lincoln Avenue. Both the male and female individuals said they were just arguing and nothing physical had happened. Officers advised them to calm down and to not cause a disturbance in the future.
— On June 22, officers received a report of an accident on private property on Ellsworth Avenue. A vehicle was parked at a residency and the owner found a dent from an unknown vehicle.
— On June 22, officers received a report of criminal damage to a motor vehicle on Lexington Avenue. The vehicle had been keyed and all four tires had been slashed.
— On June 22, officers took a report of an unruly juvenile at the police station. The incident was reported as occurring on the 300 block of West Pershing Street with the juvenile stealing a cell phone.
— On June 22, officers responded to a suspicious person on East State Street. The compliant was made against a middle aged male with a beard wearing gray sweatpants who had been acting odd. The subject was not found.
— On June 22, officers responded to the police department for a rolling domestic in progress. The complainant was driving with his girlfriend in the car and the two had been verbally arguing. Neither wished to purse charges. The male drove away and the female left with friends.
— On June 22, officers responded to the 1400 block of South Lincoln Avenue for a removal of a person. The female person had been staying at the residence as a guest but refused to leave when asked by the owner. She left before police arrived.
— On June 22, officers responded to a call for an intoxicated male in the municipal lot across form the Boneshakers. The subject had left the parking lot on foot and officers did not find him.
— On June 22, officers were notified of a possible intoxicated driver around East Third Street and North Union Avenue. No contact was made.
— On June 22, officers performed a stop and talk on the 100 block of Rose Avenue. Two people were sitting in a parked vehicle with doors open. Nothing illegal was found in a consent search.
— On June 22, officers had received a suspicious activity call on the 1100 block of Short Street. A home owner had heard a knock on the back door but no one appeared to be outside the residence. Officers did not find anyone.
— On June 22, officers responded to a vehicle lockout at the Boneshakers. Officers were unable to get inside the locked car.
— On June 22, after clearing a suspicious person call on the 1100 block of Short Street, officers noticed an open buring fire at a nearby residence. Officers notified the owner he could not leave fires unattended inside the city and he either had to watch it or put the fire out. Officers watched him put the fire out with a nearby hose.
— On June 22, a suspicious vehicle was reported on the 400 block of Continental Drive. Drug paraphernalia was found in the vehicle and the female driver was cited for possesion for the bag of marijuana in her coat pocket. The male passenger was given a verbal warning for open container.
— On June 22, officers responded to the Boneshakers to remove a male individual who was bothering customers. The staff asked him to leave before calling the police but he did not comply. He left after the police asked him to.
— On June 22, Officers on patrol of the 200 block of West Second Street noticed an intoxicated male walking. Officers gave him a warning about public intoxication and gave him a ride home.
— On June 22, Eric Cumpolito was transported to the county jail. Cumpolito was reported as operating a loud vehicle in Waterworth Memorial Park, and was found with an open container. During a vehicle search officers found drug paraphernalia and narcotics.
— On June 23, officers responded to a noise complaint on the 1800 block of Whinnery Road. Officers advised the owner to turn down the music.
— On June 17, officers responded to Lincoln Street for a nuisance property.Officers took photos of the property and wrote a citation. The owner Cierra Lynn Whaley is scheduled to appear in Columbiana Municipal Court on July 9.
— On June 17, officers attempted to make a traffic stop on an ATV around Church Street and East Main Street. The ATV fled from police, but later identified Dakota Frank as the driver. Frank was cited for speed and driving an ATV on the roadway.
— On June 19, Sara Armstead was stopped for speeding. Armstead was under several non-compliance suspensions and cited for driving under suspension, non operator’s license and speeding.