–Police were called to 637 N. Market St. at 6 p.m. Friday after the woman who lives there reported the landlord was attempting to enter her apartment without her permission. Police told her the landlord just wanted to remove the refrigerator, so he stood by while he took the appliance.

–Police were called to a home on East Washington Street at 3:12 p.m. Sunday where they found a drunken man sitting on a couch. His wife said he had also taken an unknown amount of pills, so an ambulance was called to transport him to a local hospital.

–A woman who lives on East Lincoln Way reported Saturday her Bible was stolen from her apartment. She said it did not have any distinguishing marks or ways to identify it other than it is blue color.

–Police received a loud music complaint near the Morning Journal at 12:13 a.m. Saturday and police drove around until they heard loud music coming from a home at 314 S. Lincoln Ave. The owner was told of the complaint and said he would turn down the music.

–Police were called to a domestic dispute at 466 Thomas Road at 4:20 p.m. Thursday between a woman and her sister and sister’s boyfriend. Police spoke with the girls’ father, who said the one daughter had permission to be there when he was not home.

–Police responded to a domestic dispute on North Beaver Street on Sunday, but it was only an argument. The wife said she was upset because she had dislocated her shoulder but her husband was not helping her. Police told them to keep their arguing to a minimum.

–Police were called to Apple Grove apartments at 2:24 a.m. Tuesday and they could hear a female resident screaming for help. Police remained until an ambulance arrived to control of the situation.

–Police responded to a home burglary alarm going off on East Chestnut Street at 6:10 p.m. Saturday. The home appeared secure and there was no one home.


– Police responded to an 1100 block West Perry Street home at 9:54 p.m. Sunday to check the welfare of a resident whose husband had made threats of killing her while speaking to his counselor. No one was at home and the counselor said the husband was going to a hospital for evaluation.

– A patrolling officer at 10:19 p.m. Monday observed a male riding a bicycle and swerving back and forth in the middle of the roadway northbound on North Ellsworth Avenue near West Ninth Street. The rider attempted to elude police but finally stopped in a driveway in the 100 block of West Ninth Street. He was advised that he was stopped because he was riding in the middle of the roadway with no lights on his bicycle at night.

– An officer responded to a 1200 block West State Street business at 11:52 a.m. Monday in reference to a vehicle left in front of the main business door over the weekend with no keys or note. The officer attempted to contact the owner at a 400 block Aetna Street apartment, but was unsuccessful.

– An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on U.S. Route 62 at 8:25 p.m. Monday and determined that the passenger, Jennifer Fridley, no age or address listed, had an active warrant out of the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office. Fridley was transported to the county jail.

– An officer at 11:19 p.m. Monday observed a vehicle stopped in the middle of the roadway with the lights off on West Pidgeon Road near Hearthside Drive. The driver said he was waiting for a friend. He was advised to turn on his hazards if he was going to continue to wait. The driver left the area once the officer cleared the scene.

– An officer responded to an 1100 block Elberon Avenue home at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday where the resident reported hearing a loud thud during the night, then finding a hole in the home’s siding while leaving that morning.


— A woman reported at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday someone broke into a garage on Wood Street and stole some tools.

— Police stopped a vehicle on Adams Road off of Bacon Avenue for weaving across marked lanes at 6:18 p.m. Monday. It was found the backseat passenger hid an open container of alcohol under the seat. The passenger, who is a child, was cited with open container.


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