–Police responded to a noise complaint at 336 E. Chestnut St. at 9 p.m. Friday. A band could be heard inside playing music and they were advised to keep it down.
–A resident at 247 Highland Ave., reported at 5:11 a.m. Sunday they were without power after a tree uprooted by the high winds tore out the electric lines to the home and damaged an SUV as well.
–Michael T. Joy, 31, East Sixth Street, was cited for driving under suspension and failure to register his vehicle following a traffic stop on South Ellsworth Avenue at 2:59 a.m. Sunday. The police dog was called to search the vehicle, and possible contraband was seized and sent away for testing.
–Police were called to a domestic dispute on North. Lincoln Ave. at 1 a.m. Sunday. The couple had been arguing but nothing else occurred, and they were told to keep the noise down.
–A motorist was pulled over for inoperable tail lights while driving on East State Street at 10:29 p.m. Saturday. The K-9 Argo was brought into search for contraband but none was found, and the driver was let off with a warning.
–A report was received of shots fired in the 700 block of North Lincoln Avenue at 7:38 p.m. Saturday. Police found a shot casing in the roadway, but there was no one around.
–Police were called to a domestic dispute on Buckeye Avenue at 7:16 p.m. Saturday. The caller said she and her husband still live together even though they have protection orders against each other, but neither could produce any paperwork.
–A caller reported there was possible drug activity going on in the hallway at an apartment house on Vine Street at 6:18 p.m. Saturday. Police spoke with the accused, who denied the allegation.
–Police responded to a medical call on North Ellsworth Avenue at 5:36 p.m. Saturday and remained until an ambulance arrived to transport the person to the local hospital.
–A clerk at the Goodwill store reported at 5:14 p.m. Saturday a man who cannot speak wrote a profane letter to her because of a dispute over whether he had paid for a lamp he placed on the counter before leaving and returning 30 minutes later to pay for it. Police knew of the man and told the clerk to call should he return.
–A Southeast Boulevard resident reported Saturday afternoon he suspects someone of letting their dog out of their fenced-in yard after finding the gate unlatched. The man intends to remedy the situation by purchasing a lock for the gate and possible investing in surveillance cameras.
–McCloud H. Drohn Jr., 57, East Madison Avenue, was cited at 11:26 a.m. Saturday for failing to confine his dog after it got loose on East State Street. Police recognized the husky and returned it to Drohn.
–A caller reported there was a woman pulling a suitcase and crying on West State Street at 11:26 a.m. Saturday. The woman said she had just been kicked out of a motel on the west end of town and was trying to make her way to a friend’s house on South Howard Street. The woman appeared fine and did not request assistance.
–Margaret Driscoll, 57, South Lincoln Avenue, was cited for failure to yield after she pulled out onto East State Street and struck a vehicle operated by Nancy Milliken at 10:48 a.m. Saturday.
— Police were called to a domestic dispute on East Fourth Street at 10:20 a.m. Saturday. A woman was upset because her ex-boyfriend was at the apartment with his current girlfriend and she wanted them to leave. The man said he was sleeping when the ex-girlfriend showed up and began causing problems. The parties appeared to be working things out when police left.
–While performing a welfare check Penn Avenue at 12:07 p.m. Friday, police discovered the woman who lived there dead in bed.
–An officer stopped three juveniles out past curfew while they were walking on West Wilson Avenue at 3:51 a.m. Saturday. The youths said they had been at the Fun Factory but their parents never picked them up, so they decided to walk home. They were taken to the police department and their parents contacted to pick them up.
— A caller reported there was a man slumped over the wheel of a his vehicle parked on East State Street at 11:08 p.m. Friday. The man said he fell asleep after working but he was fine.
–A 911 hang up call was received from a North Ellsworth Avenue residence at 10:12 p.m. Friday. Police discovered the call was made by a juvenile at the home.
–Police dog Argo was taken to U.S. Route 62 and Knox School Road at 9:38 p.m. Friday to assist Smith Township police with a traffic stop. Suspected narcotics were found.
–Jeremy T. Crihfield, 21, Continental Drive, was picked up on an arrest warrant for assault out of the county sheriff’s office at 8:07 p.m. Friday.
–Police responded to a report of a fight at an apartment house on Monroe Street at 7:04 p.m. Friday. The so-called fight was over by the time police arrived, and it turned out to be an argument between a woman and her boyfriend over relationship issues. The boyfriend left before police arrived.
–A panic alarm went off the White Donuts office on West State at 5:54 p.m. Friday but the building was found to be secure, and the keyholder was contacted.
–A woman called Friday about possible structural problems with a local restaurant, but police said there did not appear to be any problems.
–Betty M. Richey, 24, Adams Road, East Palestine, was charged Friday with theft for allegedly stealing five $20 pre-paid gift cards from her employer, Walmart. Richey reportedly used three cards herself and gave to rest to other people.
–Police were called to a domestic dispute on West Fifth Street at 1 p.m. Friday. The man in the relationship was reportedly angry over a video game, but not threats or assaults occurred.
–Police were called to a Fair Avenue residence at 12:30 p.m. Friday, and the mother and son were advised of their options for handling the dispute.
–A man who came to the police department on Friday to discuss an issue became angry when told his problem was a civil dispute. The man reportedly began shouting obscenities at police as he left, and police warned him he could be charged with disorderly conduct.
–Police were called to the hospital emergency room in regard to an uncooperative male patient at 1:50 a.m. Friday. The patient calmed down by the time police arrived.
–A home security alarm went off on Pearce Circle at 7:22 a.m. Friday. The occupants were home and they told police everything was fine.
–Police responded to a medical situation at a home on East Third Street at 6:47 a.m. Friday and remained until an ambulance arrived to transport the man to the hospital. The report indicated contraband was found in the residence and charges are pending.