- Police responded to the 800 block of East 5th Street at 3:51 a.m. Wednesday for a report of a fight in progress and several people in the area were involved in a verbal altercation. All of them were separated and no violence occurred. They were advised to keep the noise down.
- Police responded to the 100 block of Woodland Avenue at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday for a criminal damaging report. The complainant said that overnight two windows in an unoccupied house were damaged by a BB gun. Police spoke with two suspects who denied involvement.
- Police responded to the 300 block of Penn Avenue at 7:09 p.m. Tuesday for an intoxicated woman in a verbal confrontation and located two women whose arguing ended before police arrived. Both were advised to have no contact with the other.
- Police responded to the 600 block of North Lincoln Avenue at 8:36 p.m. Tuesday for a report of ongoing problems with a known woman threatening the complainant with physical harm. The complainant advised this woman and another were put up to it by a known man. Information was gathered and police will attempt to contact the suspect.
- Police responded to the 300 block of East 4th Street at 8:37 p.m. Tuesday where the complainant advised his mother had forged one of his checks. She admitted it to him, he said. An officer spoke to the mother who advised he already filled it out and signed the check and it was cashed and given to his wife. She said he was made aware of that so he could budget for it.
- Police went to a South Main Street home at 11:16 a.m. Tuesday for a report of belongings being thrown from an apartment and a woman having marks all over her. Police found the people were in a verbal dispute only and no charges were filed.
- An officer checked the area of Georgetown and Cider Mill roads at 7:38 a.m. Tuesday after the Columbiana County Sheriff's Office reported at man leaning up against a telephone pole. The officer checked the area and side roads but was unable to anyone.
- A 1200 block Stewart Road resident reported at 2:55 p.m. Tuesday that she saw two men dressed in their "Sunday best" attempting to enter a neighboring home sometime over the weekend.
- Police responded to a Plymouth Place home at 3:40 p.m. Tuesday where a resident reported a window had been broken out of the home, possible by her son regarding recent family issues.
- A caller asked police at 4:31 p.m. Tuesday to check on her friend who lives on Garfield Street. The elderly woman is diabetic and sounded confused, and the caller was on her way from Wellsville but wanted someone there to check on her before she got there.
- A resident of the American Boarding Home on North Market Street reported Tuesday she is afraid of fire and another resident has a cigarette lighter. The group home's manager was advised.
A North Market Street woman reported Tuesday someone hacked into her email account and was placing derogatory emails in her account.
- Elizabeth Stokes requested an officer come to West Washington Street at 8:28 p.m. Tuesday because Tim Crowe would not return her tools and ATV and she called back at 10:54 p.m. to say he was threatening her. Crowe also called about that time asking for an extra watch on his garage because a third party had threatened to break in.
-A clerk at the BP station reported at 10 p.m. Tuesday a customer who had been asking for money was in the bathroom an extended period. The man exited the restroom and police explained why they were there. The man said he was on his way home to Pennsylvania and the reason it took so long to use the restroom is because it took him a while to sanitize it to where he felt comfortable enough to use the facilities. The man then left since the station was closing.