— Police were called at 11:55 a.m. Wednesday to respond to the 1200 block of Eastview where a female was possibly having a heart attack. Officers spoke to the woman and her husband who said she was having a seizure. The patient was breathing and did not appear to be having a cardiac event. Fire department medics responded and transported her to Salem Regional Medical Center.

— An assault was reported at 10:50 a.m. Wednesday in the 600 block of East Sixth Street where a female who reportedly started the altercation left on foot. Several people told police she punched another female in the head when the victim got between her and another woman to prevent a physical altercation. The female had come to the apartment to gather some belongings and when she saw a blanket that she believed was hers, she requested it, but others said it was not her blanket and refused to give it to her. Words were exchanged between the female and other woman when the victim stepped in. The suspect then punched the victim before fleeing on foot. She wasn’t found, but her identity was known, with charges pending.

— A woman at 8:08 a.m. Wednesday spoke with police about an incident involving her juvenile son and another male. The incident is under investigation.

— Police assisted Perry Township officers at 5:42 a.m. Wednesday in the 1200 block of West Perry Street with an attempted burglary. Officers found a female sitting on the front porch who said she was cold and just trying to get warm. The homeowner did not want to press charges.

— A suspicious vehicle was reported in the 800 block of East Fourth Street at 2:51 a.m. Wednesday. Officers saw a man sleeping in the driver seat. He said he fell asleep waiting for a ride. He owns the vehicle but his license is suspended. He was told not to drive, gathered his belongings and left on foot.

— A caller early Wednesday reported a suspicious person inside a condemned house in the 600 block of Prospect Street, but police saw no evidence of someone breaking in.

— A woman in the 600 block of East Third Street reported at 11:16 p.m. Tuesday that a suspicious male approached and asked for a blanket. She also said it appeared he was attempting to gain access to locked cars.

— Police were called at 11:01 p.m. Tuesday to the area of West Sixth Street near Jennings Avenue for an irate male yelling at someone. He was found on Jennings. Police learned he became aggressive because he believed he had a female telling him what to do. Once he calmed down, fire department medics and KLG responded and he was pink-slipped to require a trip to the hospital. KLG told police he was attempting to hide drug paraphernalia in the ambulance. Charges are pending.

— Police responded at 7:11 p.m. Tuesday to a parking complaint in the 100 block of South Union where the vehicle owner said zoning said they could park there.

— A caller at 6:26 p.m. Tuesday in the 400 block of Continental Drive reported a disturbed person had scissors and threatened to cut the caller. The person denied it, but was voluntarily taken to Alliance Community Hospital by EMT for evaluation.

— A dog was reported at large on West Wilson at 5:44 p.m. Tuesday. Police attempted contact at the residence where the owner allegedly lived, but nobody was home.

— A domestic was reported Tuesday in the 1200 block of Southeast Boulevard where a female was aggressive and had to be asked several times to stop screaming due to other people in the area. The male left on his own.

— Police responded at 12:02 p.m. Tuesday to the Walmart parking lot on East State for a vehicle vs. pedestrian incident that wasn’t what was expected. A man was dropping off his wife at the entrance and thought she was out of the car when he began driving and she fell, with the door catching her and knocking her down. She suffered minor injuries and was taken by ambulance to Salem Regional Medical Center. There were no citations as it was an apparent unintentional accident.


— Officers responded to a dog complaint on the 90 block of West Grant Street Sunday. A dog jumped the fence and chased the neighbor and their pets.

— Officers were dispatched to the East Palestine Park Pool locker room Sunday regarding a man who looked to be impaired or suffering from a medical problem. Officers were unable to locate the man due to an incoming storm.

— Sunday morning officers found a teenage boy walking on East North Avenue. The boy was picked up and transported back to his residence.

— Police conducted a traffic stop on East Martin Street Saturday night. The driver was found to be under the influence and arrested for OVI.

— Officers responded to a resident on East Main Street who said their phone was malfunctioning and they did not intend to dial 911.

— Charges were filed for domestic violence Saturday when police were dispatched to West Main Street. The subject was transported to Mercy Health Main for evaluation.

— Police were called to the parking lot of Circle K Saturday when a child opened his vehicle door and struck another parked car.

— Officers conducted a welfare check on Park Ave Saturday afternoon to check on a woman who missed her appointment at the hospital.

— Friday police received a call regarding a reckless driver in the area of East Martin and James Street. Officers located the vehicle and the driver admitted doing a burnout.

— A bike abandoned for several days at the East Palestine Municipal Building was dropped off at the police department Friday.

— Officers located contraband in a vehicle pulled over for a tint violation Thursday.

— Wednesday officers conducted a welfare check on a Washington Street woman at the request of a family member. The woman was referred for assistance due to living conditions.

— An officer assisted a driver who locked themselves out of their vehicle Wednesday.

— A man who said he was victim of a fraudulent unemployment claim was advised to contact Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Wednesday.

— An officer was dispatched to a residence on Adams Street Wednesday to check the welfare of a resident. The resident was located and said she was having problems with her wireless service.


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