- A Timberline Drive woman reported at midnight Wednesday her neighbor's garage door was up and the lights in the garage were on. Police contacted the owners who said they left the door up and the lights on by mistake.
- A Quincy Avenue woman reported at 8:51 a.m. Wednesday her lawn people could not park their vehicle due to the way the neighbors park their vehicles. Police checked the area and found all cars were parked legally in their own yards, although one did have an expired registration.
- A Marathon employee reported at 11:16 a.m. Wednesday someone in a maroon Buick Rendezvous dumped a bunch of trash in their dumpsters. Police were able to identify the driver by the license plate given by the employee and mailed them a warning letter.
- A solicitor's permit was issued to Paul McMahon of Alliance at 3:44 p.m. Wednesday for all streets in the city.
- An East Duquesne Stree man reported at 11:24 p.m. Wednesday his girlfriend showed up at the home very intoxicated and was causing problems. Police told the couple to stay away from each other and no charges were filed.
- Joy Tuttle, Maple Street, reported May 30 hearing what sounded like a vehicle hitting something and checked later to find the small wall in her yard had been struck.
- A caller from the Family Recovery Center reported seeing a suspicious person walking on North Market Street at 2 p.m. May 30. Police stopped the person in the 800 section of North Market Street, and he said was on his way home but just a little tired.
- Lynn Holshue reported Monday her daughter's Victoria's Secret duffel bag worth $120 was stolen from the community pool.
- Police responded to a call for medical assistance on South Beaver Street at 6:52 p.m. Tuesday and remained until an ambulance arrived to transport the person to a local hospital.
- A woman on Vine Avenue reported at 11:31 a.m. Thursday that someone took money and a set of keys she had hidden in the apartment. She was told to contact management about changing the lock on the door.
- A woman reported at 10:18 a.m. Thursday that her neighbor was on her property two days ago when she arrived home and made comments about her dog barking and that it bothered him. She said he made an indirect threat that if it continued, he would take care of it. She took this as a threat to the animal's safety and said another person told her she had problems with the same neighbor shooting a BB gun from his property. Her address was not listed on the report.
- Tammy Souers, 45, of 186 S. Howard Ave., was taken into custody at her residence at 3:16 a.m. Thursday on a warrant from the Columbiana County Sheriff's Officer for failure to appear on a passing bad checks charge.
- A barking dog was reported at 7:57 p.m. Wednesday, but was taken inside before police arrived.
- Steven Mango, 44, of 638 Prospect St., was cited for dog at large after police were called at 6:55 p.m. Wednesday for a possible vicious dog. Officers arrived and saw the dog running on the road. The caller said the dog put several scratches on the side of his truck. Officers made contact with the owner, who was identified as Mango and said the dog got out and he couldn't catch it. The dog was eventually caught and taken inside and did not appear vicious.
- A vehicle was reported speeding in the 600 block of Newgarden Avenue at 5:24 p.m. Wednesday, but was not found.
- A tractor trailer struck a pole at West State Street and South Howard Avenue at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday.
- A debit card found by a local ambulance company was turned over to police at 2:51 p.m. Wednesday.
- Police were called to Wendy's restaurant on East State Street at 2:20 p.m. Wednesday to remove a person causing problems. The man in question was outside smoking a cigarette. The manager advised he had been there since 9 a.m. drinking coffee and had been asking questions and making odd comments towards the patrons. After five complaints from customers, the manager called police for his removal. He was asked to move along and complied without incident.
- Police were called at 1:44 p.m. Wednesday for an alleged shoplifting incident at a store at 508 E. State St. where a woman said a male she permitted to help in the store removed a bracelet and pin and tried to sell it to another man, whom she had actually bought the items from not long ago. The male attempted to give the items or sell them for some alcohol. The other man came to her store and said the male had the items in his possession. An attempt will be made to find both him and the missing items.
- A suspicious person was reported by an employee at Hunt Valvue in the 1900 block of East Third Street at 1:37 p.m. wednesday. The man came into the business Monday asking to buy their Wall Street Journal newspaper and was told they couldn't sell it to him and to leave the premises. At 1 p.m. Wednesday, he called asking to buy the newspapers again and was told no. Police contacted him and told him not to call or enter the location again. He calmly agreed.
- A dog was reported at large getting into garbage at 12:05 p.m. Wednesday on Carole Drive, but was not found.
- The representative of a business at 310 E. Euclid Street called at 9:18 a.m. Wednesday to report an employee had $450 stolen from his wallet on May 21.
- A man at a business at 291 S. Lincoln Ave. reported at 8:48 a.m. Wednesday that a male around 31 years old was asking for a light for a cigarette and he didn't want him on the property. He said he's frequently there begging customers for money and bothering them. He was reportedly under the influence and left before officers arrived.