- A credit card left in an ATM in the 300 block of East Second Street at 10:10 a.m. Wednesday was placed in the police lost and found.
- A barking dog was reported at 3:27 a.m. Wednesday in the 600 block of Arch Street, but was not found.
- A woman in the 100 block of South Howard Avenue reported suspicious activity at 2:48 a.m. Wednesday, saying someone had been knocking on her back door for 20 minutes. Officers found a man on her back porch who said he was a friend of the woman and just wanted to visit. She saw him and said she was familiar with him and nothing more was needed.
- A man from East Pershing Street came to the police station at 2:11 a.m. Wednesday, said he didn't feel well and that he required medical attention. Fire department first responders and KLG were called and he was taken to the hospital.
- A clerk at Smith Oil on East State Street reported at 10:55 p.m. Tuesday that a driver in a tan dodge Neon with Pennsylvania registration left without paying for $29.02 worth of gas. The vehicle wasn't found.
- A man in the 100 block of South Howard Avenue reported telephone harassment at 10:31 p.m. Tuesday, saying a woman called him looking for a friend of his and making threats toward his friend. An officer spoke to the man's friend who said he did not want the woman contacted. They were told their options.
- An officer on patrol in the 500 block of Prospect Street at 8:33 p.m. Tuesday saw a vehicle parked at a business with the driver side door open and nobody around. Nothing appeared disturbed inside the vehicle and the door was secured shut before the officer left.
- Joseph Desalvo Jr., 38, of 968 E. Third St., was taken into custody on a warrant for dangerous drugs after being seen in the area of North Lincoln Avenue and East Third Street at 8:07 p.m. Tuesday. Police had received a description of his clothing and his first name and that he was wanted, then found a male matching the description who was then identified. The warrant was through Columbiana County.
- A resident in the 600 block of East Fifth Street reported an animal complaint at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday, saying that the owner of another residence had not been home for over a month. Officers saw animals inside the residence. Dispatch was able to contact the homeowner who said they are there daily to take care of the animals. The humane officer will be sent to check on the animals.
- A resident on Rose Avenue called at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday to report receiving multiple calls from an out-of-state number. Officers attempted contact but were disconnected. They continued to attempt contact multiple times with no answer.
- Douglas Rudibaugh, 51, of East 11th Street, was cited for a red light violation after his northbound vehicle on South Union Avenue stopped for red light then proceeded through the intersection while the light was still red, getting struck by an eastbound vehicle on State Street driven by Fred Pollock, 55, of Teegarden Road, Hanoverton, who had the green light at 4:48 p.m. Tuesday. No injuries were reported.
- A domestic was reported at 4:32 p.m. Tuesday in the 600 block of Fair Avenue where two female residents said they were arguing but no physical violence occurred. They were told to go to separate areas of the home for the evening.
- A line was reported down in the 600 block of Cherry Street. An officer saw a ground wire across the road on Cherry at Olive Street and was able to remove the wire.
- Paul K. Joy, of 669 E. Fifth St., was taken into custody on a warrant for obstruction after calling police to his residence at 2:29 p.m. Tuesday to turn himself in.
- Police were called at 2:06 p.m. Tuesday for suspicious activity in the 300 block of Vine Street. Officers checked the north stairwell for a male reportedly selling drugs, but found no one. No one was around the south stairwell, either.
- A railroad crossing gate malfunction was reported at 1:52 p.m. Tuesday at Newgarden Avenue, but an officer checked the gate and it appeared to be working correctly.
- Police were called for animal neglect at 1:25 p.m. Tuesday in the 100 block of South Broadway Avenue where an officer saw a dog inside a tan Toyota with a sheet covering the back window area and the windows all cracked some. The dog appeared fine. The officer felt inside the vehicle and it was cool, but left a warning tag. He returned 10 minutes later and the male and female owner were with the dog outside of the vehicle. The officer explained the warning and the complaint.
- A resident in the 600 block of East 12th Street reported at 11:42 a.m. Tuesday that people next door pulled into her drive and caused damage to the yard and mailbox. An officer found a work crew was cleaning out a residence that a bank took over. The man in charge said he talked with the woman and tried to let her know he would pay for any damage, but she called police and didn't want to talk to him. The woman was told what he said about taking care of damages and could he come over and talk with her, but she wanted to wait for her husband to come home. An officer told the male and he said she has his number.
- Valerie Messinda of East Third Street reported at 9:52 a.m. Tuesday that her wallet was missing from her purse. She used it at a local store on Sunday and now it's gone. She called the store and no one found it or turned it in.
- A woman in the 1200 block of Cedar Ridge reported at 9:28 a.m. Tuesday that a dog is constantly running at large and growled at her while in her back yard in the morning. It was a black male pit bull and could not be approached. The humane officer was called and then told not to respond after police found the owner through another neighbor. Ashley McGuire, 25, of Cedar Ridge, was cited for dog at large.
- Nici Ewing, of East Sixth Street, reported at 8:43 a.m. Tuesday that someone entered her unlocked vehicle in the driveway and removed a small amount of change and a pair of headphones.
- A caller at 8:07 a.m. Tuesday reported littering after prescription bottles were left in a parking lot overnight. The bottles were discarded.
- Max Wolfgang, of North Union Avenue, reported at 7:47 a.m. Tuesday that someone entered his garage overnight and entered his unlocked vehicle, opening the glove box and center console. A wallet was removed.
- A caller reported there was a loud noise in the 400 block of West Washington Street at 10:08 p.m. Monday. Police arrived at the apartment house and told the resident to turn down the music, which he agreed to do.
- Several calls were received about several people going door to door on East Chestnut Street at 8 p.m. Monday. Police caught up with a black male, who said he was with Direct Energy and that his group was checking to make sure residents were receiving the best energy rates. The man was told he would need to get a solicitation permit from the police chief, which he said he would do.
- Barry James reported at 2:38 p.m. July 30 he was driving east on East Lincoln Way when someone in a green Jeep Liberty ran a stop sign at Pritchard Avenue, pushing his vehicle into a curb lawn. The driver fled the scene. James said he did not need any medical attention.
- Madison Courtney, 20, Grafton Road, Leetonia, was cited for assured cleared distance after she drove into the rear of a vehicle driven by Kayla Carpenter, 29, West Lincoln Way, on North Market Street at 1 p.m. July 30.
- A Beiling Veterinary employee reported at 9:14 a.m. Tuesday someone tampered with the back door lock, although they did not gain entry but none of the employee keys worked in the lock that morning.
- Mike Solmen reported at 5:46 p.m. Tuesday his wife and her friend were locked inside the fence at Gad-About-Tours after arriving back from a day trip and finding all the employees had left and they weren't able to get out. Police were able to get the gate taken apart enough to let them out and then secure it.
- Bob Smurthwaite, South Bayshore Drive, reported at 5:58 p.m. Tuesday he could hear a popping sound from his home and believed it was coming from the Back Bay area. Police checked but did not hear any noises.
- A man reported at 8:59 p.m. Tuesday loud music was coming from a home at the corner of West Park and North West Street. Police warned Evan Stewart, 21, Columbiana, Lisa Erdner, 21, Youngstown, Adam Madej, 23, Boardman, Savannah Bodnar, 19, Youngstown, and John Janczewski, 21, Boardman of the complaint and that they would be cited if any more complaints were received.
- A man reported at 9:46 p.m. Tuesday he could see a small fire that appeared to be a controlled burn by Shaker Woods but didn't see anyone around. Police checked and found a small fire burning but no response from the fire department was needed.
- Police received a complaint on station at 3:58 p.m. Sunday from a man from Worthington, Pa., advising he had visitation rights this week with his 15-year-old son and his ex-wife refused to let the boy go with him. He stated his ex-wife and he have had multiple problems along with their court visitation orders for the boy. Police spoke with the wife and she acknowledged it was his week for visitation however he was refusing to bring him back for soccer practice which is a concern to her and her son. She said he is the one who doesn't follow visitation orders and they are to appear in court in September to take care of the issue then. Police spoke with the boy at the request of his mother and he said he had no problem going with his father to Pennsylvania, but knows he won't bring him back during the week for daily soccer practice from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. He said missing practice can jeopardize his ability to play soccer for his team.
- While on patrol at 9:22 p.m. Monday, police observed a black and white bulldog-mix that was loose and it came right over to the officer and was very friendly and it jumped right into the cruiser. The dog was recognized from a previous complaint and taken to an address in the 46000 block of Taylor Ave. A juvenile there said their dog was not missing but was shown the dog in the cruiser and he said he had no idea how it got loose.
- Police responded to the 3200 block of Silliman St. at midnight July 29 regarding a domestic complaint and a violation of a protection. Charges were filed against Kenneth Robinson for violation of a protection order that is in effect until 2019.