- A Columbia Street mother reported Tuesday her daughter had marks on her arms when she arrived home from a visitation with her father. The girl told police her father fell on it but would not elaborate, according to reports. She also had a laceration she reported was from being bitten by her brother while at her father's home. A report was sent to Children Services.
- Edward Barnes, West 12th Street, reportedly backed his vehicle into a parked vehicle owned by Patricia Wilde, South Lincoln, Tuesday.
-Officers responded Monday night to a call at the Southeast Boulevard home of Michael McFadden and his live-in girlfriend Amanda M. Swartz, finding the couple and her ex-boyfriend John Castelucci in an argument out in front of the residence. McFadden said Castelucci was calling and threatening him and was waiting when Swartz arrived home. Castelucci told officers he came to confront McFadden who had threatened him on the phone in the presence of Castelucci's child. Castelucci was told by officers to stay off the property or risk being arrested.
- A vehicle slid into a yard on North Union Avenue Christmas morning, leaving damage and running over a speed limit sign.
- A resident of East Fifth Street, reported Tuesday his vehicle entered and a chef's knife set stolen.
- Officers checked a parking lot on South Broadway for a report of drug paraphernalia, but none was found.
- Daniel O. Brooks, Lisbon Street, Hanoverton, reported he and his stepbrother went to Walmart and went their separate ways to shop. He had the store page his stepbrother multiple times, to no avail. He was advised the steps to take to report a missing adult.
- Called to East State Street for a possible intoxicated person Monday, officers found a woman who had just fallen asleep in her vehicle.
- A man reported at 9:31 p.m. Saturday loud music was coming from the apartment over Kevin's Clipper Cuts on South Main Street. Police told Rick Adkins to turn the music down.
- Ryan E. Sevenich, 22, Columbiana, was eastbound on Salem Street at 11:55 p.m. Saturday and failed to yield while attempting to turn left onto Main Street and hit a westbound vehicle driven by James Scragg, Washingtonville. Sevenich was arrested and cited for OVI, failure to yield and right of way turning left.
Someone reported at 12:15 p.m. Sunday a Canada goose was in the parking lot L&E Rentals and appeared to have a broken wing. Police looked for the goose but did not find it.
- Joshua Cooper, Pegram, Tenn., was stationary at the state Route 46 and state Route 14 intersection at 7 p.m. Sunday and Daniel Felt, Lisbon, failed to maintain the assured clear distance head and rear-ended Cooper's vehicle. No citations were issued.
- A pickup truck driven by Ronald D. Tice, Clarks Mill Road, Hammondsville, reportedly backed into a car owned by Rocky Heddleston, Fairfield School Road, Leetonia, while Heddleston was pumping gas at the Circle K. Tice told officers he did not believe he struck Heddleston's 2012 Lexus because his bumper is too high, however, the officer found marks on both vehicle he felt were consistent with what her passengers said occurred.
- A clerk at the BP station reported a suspicious person Monday, saying a car pulled up to the pumps and the driver sat there for about 30 minutes, never pumping gasoline. The vehicle left just prior to officers' arrival and couldn't be found in the area.
- An Apple Grove woman asked for a welfare check on her mother, who had left the house and was walking down Saltwell Road. Officers spoke to both women and found they were OK and said they walked back to the house.