- An officer responded to a South Union Avenue home at 9:28 a.m. Wednesday for a well being check and found an adult man who said he was having emotional troubles and wished treatment at the hospital. He was transported by ambulance to the hospital for evaluation.
- Police responded to a report of a woman sitting in the middle of Southeast Boulevard and Franklin Street at 9:58 a.m. Wednesday but were unable to find anyone.
- A South Union Avenue resident reported at 11:27 a.m. Wednesday a longterm issue with a family from the East Palestine/East Liverpool area now living in Salem, leading to harassment at school and threats of violence on Facebook from the grandmother of the suspect because of the bullying reports at the school. The resident said she had already attempted to cease contact with the grandmother, but had recently received a threatening text.
- An officer responded to an East State Street business at 1 p.m. Wednesday where a woman had allegedly had a credit card denied following a $15.50 haircut and never returned after going for her husband in the store. The woman was contacted and told to make payment arrangements or face charges.
- An officer responded to the 1300 block of Southeast Boulevard at 3:52 p.m. Wednesday for a report of a 10-year-old trying to get home. The officer transported the child home, his mother said she told him to walk the one block home from the bus stop if she could not make from work. The officer found family members to be actively looking for the child and warned him to listen to his mother next time.
- An officer conducted a wellbeing check at a 1700 block East State Street business at 4:22 p.m. Wednesday and found two men creating a disturbance. They said they were all right and agreed to leave.
- A West State Street resident reported at 4:33 p.m. Wednesday being followed and harassed by an individual in the city.
- A North Lincoln Avenue resident reported at 4:33 p.m. Wednesday receiving a text message from someone threatening damage to her vehicle. Officers found the incident to be Perry Township and advised her to contact that department.
- An officer responded to a West Fifth Street home at 5:02 p.m. Wednesday where a resident reported someone overnight had unloaded a pile of organ pipes and an old air compressor in his backyard. He said he sometimes scraps items, but was unaware of anyone who dropped them off.
- An East Third Street resident reported at 7:11 a.m. Thursday that a neighbor in the housing complex removed her property from the basement and sold it at an Alliance pawn shop.
- Constable Dan Valentine received a report from a resident in the 38000 block of Butcher Road at 8:09 p.m. Wednesday advising that within the past few weeks an aluminum brake bender, valued at $1,100, was stolen. Anyone with information should contact Valentine at 330-427-0808. The bender is used primarily used for bending the aluminum trim that goes around windows.
- Cindy McCoy was northbound on South Main Street at 1:29 p.m. Wednesday and Robert Hasson failed to yield from a private drive and struck McCoy. Hasson was cited for failure to yield from a private drive.
- A man reported at 5:24 p.m. Wednesday a suspicious vehicle was outside the Building Blocks Daycare for about 15 minutes. Police checked but did not see the vehicle.
- A one-vehicle traffic accident that occurred Wednesday morning sent Tabitha N. Lively, 31, Applegate Road, Lisbon, and passengers Morgan Lively, 7, and Brady Lively, 5, to a local hospital. Ms. Lively was driving into town on South Lincoln Avenue at 8:17 a.m. Wednesday when she went off the road, striking a tree. She was cited for failure to control but the investigation is continuing after a witness who followed the vehicle into town said it had crossed the center line several times and nearly struck an oncoming vehicle twice.
- Robert S. White, North Jefferson Street, reported Tuesday he did not think it right that his neighbor was able to live in Lisbon while driving vehicles with Florida license plates. White was told that it was legal if his neighbor has a second residence in Florida, but White said he still did not think it fair as a taxpayer and planned to contact the bureau of motor vehicles.