– Nicole Haynes, 22, of South Lincoln Avenue, was charged with domestic violence after police were called at 9:01 p.m. Thursday to the 1200 block of East Pershing Street for a domestic, learning the suspect fled. The juvenile victim said a female relative assaulted her. Police noted she had visible injuries on her face. Officers located Haynes in the 1300 block of South Lincoln Avenue and arrested her.
– Police were called at 7 p.m. Thursday to Huntington Bank inside Giant Eagle on East State Street for a security alarm going off from the ATM. No one was found near the ATM, but a Giant Eagle employee said she saw someone working on the machine. There was no sign of damage.
– A burglary in progress was reported at 8:23 p.m. Thursday in the 900 block of South Union Avenue. Police found the person lives there.
– A domestic in progress was reported at 7:40 p.m. Thursday in the 900 block of Newgarden Avenue. Officers made contact with a woman who said she came over because her son and his girlfriend were fighting. The female half said nothing physical occurred. The male had fled and couldn’t be found.
– A dog at large was reported at 7:38 p.m. Thursday in the 1600 block of Shady Lane, but was not found.
– Police responded to a domestic reported at 2:24 a.m. Friday on East Fourth near North Lincoln Avenue. The parties were separated and said nothing physical took place.
– A domestic was reported at 6:13 p.m. Thursday in the 500 block of Bank Street where two people had an argument over personal issues. The female was leaving for a friend’s house.
– Police responded at 2:30 p.m. Thursday to the 500 block of Bank Street to check the well-being of a resident upstairs. The person was asked several questions and appeared fine.
– A fight/dispute was reported at 1:58 p.m. Thursday in the 700 block of North Ellsworth Avenue where there was an altercation between two people. They didn’t want to pursue the matter.
– A man reported two catalytic converters stolen from vehicles on Newgarden Avenue at 12:20 p.m. Thursday. The vehicles had already been fixed, but he wanted police to be aware.
– A woman spoke with officers at 10:46 a.m. Thursday about several issues, one being a phone problem. She was told to speak with the company where she purchased the phone.
– A woman in the 900 block of Newgarden Avenue reported at 9:32 a.m. Thursday that she received a new credit card in the mail for a new checking account that had been opened in her name. The bank advised her to make a police report. Nothing had been stolen, with the issue caught before anything could be done.
– A barking dog was reported at 6:45 a.m. Thursday in the 300 block of West Pershing Street. The dog was found inside and the owner was advised about the complaint.
– An officer responded to a 600 block Columbia Street home at 4:32 p.m. Thursday to assist EMS on a call for a female having a heart attack and not breathing. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the female occupant of the home and her daughter who were not aware of any problems. They were the only ones home and did not call for help.
– Police located an unoccupied vehicle behind D’Lux Motors on North Main Street at 7:45 p.m. Thursday. They contacted the owner of the vehicle, who already had a tow company en route.
– Police responded to a residence on Church Street for a 911 hang up call at 9:15 p.m. Jan 8. The officers made contact at the residence and were informed that the call was made by accident.
– Police conducted a welfare check at a residence on Pinewood Drive at 5:11 p.m. Jan. 12. The subjected agreed to go to the hospital voluntarily and was transported by EMS.
– Officers responded to a residence on Creek Road at 10:27 p.m. Jan. 12 for a possible breaking and entering of a shed. Officers checked the shed as well as the residence but found no signs of forced entry.
– Officers responded to a residence on Silliman Street for a residential alarm drop at 1:22 p.m. Jan. 13. Officers made contact at the residence and learned a younger sibling had accidentally given the wrong code to the alarm company.
– Police responded to a residence on West Main Street at 3:25 p.m. Jan. 13 in order to speak with the father of a juvenile regarding another juvenile leaving a vape pen in their mailbox. The father advised the other juvenile left the pen so that his daughter could use it. A report was completed on the incident.
– Officers spoke with a resident of Creek Road regarding a possible missing person complaint at 2 p.m. Jan. 17. After the report was taken, the complainant advised a short time later that she believed the person was not missing and is just visiting someone in Trumbull County.
– Officers responded to a residence on state Route 46 at 11:42 p.m. Jan. 20 for a burglary complaint involving a male known to the victim who had broken into her home and then ran away on foot. Officers from New Waterford Police Department along with officers from East Palestine Police Department, Columbiana Police Department and Beaver Township Police Department searched the area for the suspect but were unable to locate him. Criminal charges were completed and warrants including burglary, two counts of violating a protection order and drug paraphernalia were issued for Ryan M. Hoschar, 24, Washingtonville. Officers responded to a Lisbon Road residence in Salem at 5:39 p.m. Jan. 21 in an attempt to serve and arrest Hoschar. Officers located him and he was arrested and transported to the Columbiana County Jail.
– Officers responded to a residence on Silliman Street at 1:35 p.m. Jan. 21 to speak with a resident regarding her former landlord having her mail and refusing to give it to her until she provides her new address. Officers spoke with the landlord and the mail was returned to the complainant.
– Officers responded to a West Main Street residence at 5:51 p.m. Jan. 21 for a domestic dispute. Officers spoke with all parties involved and it was agreed that the juvenile suspect leave the residence for the evening with an adult family relative.
– Police were called to the Traveler’s Inn on Thursday to back up Center Township police in regard to a caller who said she was being stalked by a man she knows who is staying there. Police checked with the owner, who said no one by that name was staying there.,
– Police responded to a domestic dispute on North Market Street on Jan. 17. The woman there said her son and his wife had been arguing and it was getting out of control. Her son said they had been arguing, nothing more, and his wife had left the residence before police arrived. The mother also wanted her son to leave, which he did.
– Police assisted county sheriff”s deputies called to a home on Grant Street on Jan. 17. An officer at the scene was found holding a small crying child who had apparently fallen out of a window. There were four other children in the home crying, and the female officer picked up an infant boy and the child had the strong odor of urine. The officer removed the child’s clothing to provide some relief and discovered the boy had a bad case of diaper rash. EMTs arrived and helped the officer attempt to clean the child with a damp towel but the boy’s skin was so damaged that it began coming off. The other three children were not wearing any pants or diapers, and the house was a mess with food and human feces on the floor and a lot of trash. The boy who fell out the window and infant boy were taken to an area hospital.
– Police were called to a West Lincoln Way apartment house on Monday in regard to people yelling and screaming. A resident told police the dispute was over beer, and even after the resident gave his neighbor some beer he would not leave. The neighbor then began getting loud, and the man who gave him the beer began yelling at him. The neighbor causing the problem was told to go to his apartment, which he did.