- An officer was called to North Market near the Vista Center at 8:10 a.m. April 11 in regard to a vehicle driven by a Vista Center employee who had just been fired. It is the Vista Center's policy to call police anytime an employee is fired for failing a drug test in case the ex-employee might be driving impaired. The officer was unable to locate the driver.
- Jim Crosser reported April 22 there were people living in his apartment on East Lincoln Way without his knowledge. Crosser had told Angel Lake to move out several weeks ago and thought that she had. When police arrived, there was a male, female and 3-year-old child. The male said Tim Whamsby, who was not there, told them he was renting the apartment. After being told that was not the case, the couple was ordered to leave with their child, which they did, and the locks were changed. Whamsby later called police and was told he could pick up his belongings on the front porch.
- Police were called to the Community Action Agency at 1:31 p.m. April 23 and spoke with Nicole Hilton, who was again told how to obtain an eviction notice through the courts. Hilton calmed down and waited for a CARTS bus to take her to Salem.
- Elizabeth Barringer asked for an officer to stand by while an eviction notice was served on a tenant on East Washington Street at 2:20 p.m. Friday.
- Beulah Yeater, East Lincoln Way, reported Friday her granddaughter took her dog and was refusing to return it. The dog had been returned by the time an officer went to the granddaughter's residence, also on East Lincoln Way. The officer advised the parties this was a civil matter that would have to be sorted out in court.
- Mikala R. McCoy, state Route 170, Negley, reported her pickup was keyed while she was at her boyfriend's home on North Market Street Friday night.
- A caller complained about youths at the park basketball court using foul language at 1 p.m. Saturday. An officer told the youths to watch their language and to keep the noise down.
-Police were called to Garfield Street at 1:46 p.m. Saturday after Pat McLaughlin was found to have fallen on the porch of her neighbor's house. McLaughlin said her left arm was hurt and possibly dislocated. The officer remained until an ambulance arrived.
- Police were called to the Valley View at 3 p.m. Saturday, where Dan Lucido said he could not stop shaking and needed medical care. The officer remained until an ambulance arrived to transport Lucido to the hospital in East Liverpool.
- Amanda Wilson, East Lincoln Way, reported Sunday her grandmother's pain medication and allergy medication were missing. They were last seen on the kitchen counter at 4:30 a.m. that day.
- A caller reported there was a suspicious motorist near the storage units on West Chestnut Street at 11:25 p.m. Sunday. Police checked but did not see anyone around, and the units appeared to be secure.
- Jeremiah Wylie, North Market Street, reported April 14 his TV was stolen, and entry may have been through a kitchen window that was found with the window screen cut.
- Brittany DeMarco, Tomahawk Drive, Negley, reported April 16 she was returning to her car after having been in the Dollar General when she saw a white male getting out of her vehicle with a bag of prescriptions she had just filled next door at the Rite Aid. The man took her medications and ran toward the McDonald's restaurant.
- Constable Dan Valentine received a report for a resident in the 38000 block of old state Route 344, Leetonia, at 5:30 p.m. Monday advising of a call on her cell phone from an unknown person who made a threat of physical harm to her.
- A line was reported down in the 400 block of Highland Avenue at 9:11 a.m. Tuesday. The line was pulled off the road and the phone company contacted.
- An officer on patrol at 8:13 a.m. Tuesday placed a 48-hour notice and a parking ticket on a 2003 Cavalier parked reportedly for months in the 900 block of South Lundy Avenue.
-A suspicious person was reported at 4:18 a.m. Tuesday at Speedway, 175 W. State St., where a man had been seen wearing a mask behind the business. An officer found a Halloween-type mask on the side of the business and made contact with the man pointed out by a clerk. The man said he was joking around and left the mask outside before entering the store.
- Police responded at 3:56 a.m. Tuesday to Walmart on East State Street where a suspicious man was requesting rides from customers. He was contacted and told to stop, then left the area.
- An intoxicated driver was reported at 12:33 a.m. Tuesday on West Fifth Street, but the gray four-door vehicle wasn't found.
- Craig Apinis, 35, of 511 N. Ellsworth Ave., was charged with domestic violence early Tuesday after police were called back to his residence for the third time in over an hour for a domestic dispute. The victim and their children were at the neighbor's residence when police arrived. The victim said she and her husband had an argument and alleged that he struck her in the face and arm causing visible injuries. He left before police arrived and went to Salem Regional Medical Center to the emergency department where he was taken into custody. Police had been to the residence at 11:56 p.m. for an ongoing verbal dispute and the residents were told the consequences if police had to return. Apinis had called police to the home at 11:28 p.m. for a domestic dispute, with him claiming his wife started an argument and pushed him and he stepped on an object, causing a small cut on his toe. She had left the house with the children. She showed up at the police station and told police her husband had been hitting himself and had not touched her.
- A suspicious man was reported at 11:24 p.m. Monday in the 400 block of West Pershing Street, but was not found.
-Police were called back to the scene of a medical call at 11:17 p.m. Monday in the 600 block of South Union Avenue for a possible attempted suicide, with a female taken to the hospital by KLG. Police had been to the call earlier and helped fire department first responders find the specific apartment for the medical.
- Michael Newel, 29, of 290 S. Union Ave., was cited for prohibited activity on the street after police were called at 10:07 p.m. Monday to the 300 block of Washington Avenue for a suspicious person roller blading in the middle of the street. He was told he was seen by an off-duty officer attempting to get into several vehicles, but denied the allegation and said he was looking for some money he lost earlier in the day. He had been warned at 6:25 p.m. about roller blading in the middle of the street on Pershing, leading to the citation. When asked if he remembered being warned, he said he thought officers were just being rude to him.
- A person was reported yelling for help at 8:18 p.m. Monday in the 1200 block of Cedar Ridge. It turned out to be a juvenile unhappy with parents. An officer spoke to the juvenile about the situation.
- A woman came to the police station at 6:40 p.m. Monday to request officers go to her ex-husband's residence on East Third Street and remove their child. She had court documents with her, which officers read and determined the father of the child had court-ordered custody. She was told a court order was required to remove the child.
- A man who had been transported to Salem Regional Medical Center by ambulance reported at 6:25 p.m. Monday that he didn't have a way to get back to Lisbon. Officers spoke with a worker from the home where he lived and they said it was not their responsibility to get the man back home. The hospital made arrangements to get the man home.
- Dale Carnick, 52, of Hanoverton, was cited for a red light violation after he thought he had the green light while westbound on Franklin at South Lincoln Aveneu due to a vehicle turning right on red. He proceeded through the red light and struck a southbound vehicle driven by Tiffany Lippencott, 22, of Beloit, who had the green light at 5:25 p.m. Monday. No injuries were reported.
- Stephen Gronow, 49, of Louisville, was cited for assured clear distance after his vehicle struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Thomas Piatt, 19, of East Third Street, who had stopped for traffic while eastbound on East State Street at 5:13 p.m. Monday. No injuries were reported.
- A vehicle was reported parked illegally at 4:51 p.m. Monday on East School Street. The owner was found and moved it.
- A 16-year-old Berlin Center boy was cited for a red light violation after the eastbound pickup he was driving on West State Street traveled through the red light and struck the mini van driven by Ted Yuhaniak, 55, of Cunningham Road, at 4:30 p.m. Monday. No injuries were reported.
-Store personnel in the 2300 block of East State Street at 3:14 p.m. Monday reported possible shoplifting. Three men came into the store and one left with an umbrella without paying for it.
- A resident on East 11th Street spoke with an officer at 1:57 p.m. Tuesday about a phone scam she had received from a company telling her she had won several millions of dollars and that it would be dropped off to her after she went to Walmart and got a money order for $400 to give to the delivery person. She was suspicious and called police.
- Police were notified at 12:20 p.m. Tuesday by a juvenile court probation officer about an active warrant issued for a juvenile residing in the 1000 block of Elberon Avenue. While enroute to the residence with the paperwork, officers were told the juvenile fled on foot with another juvenile. With assistance from Salem Police and the juvenile probation department, police found the juvenile walking in the area of Granite Street. The juvenile was taken into custody without incident and taken to the Tobin Center.
- Police responded, along with KLG Ambulance, to the 300 block of Stewart Road, for a man having a hard time breathing at 7:07 p.m. Monday. Police assisted KLG personnel while they treated the victim.
- Sondra O'Donnell, 60, of Highland Avenue, was cited for failure to yield after her southbound vehicle on Cunningham Road pulled from the stop sign and into the path of an eastbound vehicle driven by Sandra Sposetta, 62, of North Pleasant Drive, East Palestine, on state Route 344 at 7:55 a.m. Monday. No injuries were reported.
- A caller at 3:03 a.m. Monday reported unknown people ringing doorbells in the 1100 block of Highland East and then running. The caller reported the doorbell rang twice in one hour. No one was found.