East Liverpool Police for 1-3

Freeman R. Payton, 49, Wilbert Avenue, was charged Monday with disorderly conduct/intoxication after officers were called to Giant Eagle for an intoxicated man in the lobby. They reported finding him sleeping near a cart filled with groceries, smelling of alcohol. When awakened, he had slurred speech and vomited on himself, according to reports. His groceries were taken for safe keeping by a relative.

Thomas V. Bryarley, 28, Shadyside Avenue, was charged Monday with domestic violence and falsification after Alana C. Baker, 27, Marcus Street, reported they were arguing over who would watch her 5-year-old son when Bryarley became enraged. She said he started hitting her with his fists in the face and choking her. In September, Baker had accused Bryarley of pouring gasoline around her house with the intention of burning it down, at which time he was charged with criminal damaging and aggravated menacing. He was in Municipal Court on all charges Wednesday.

Elleck S. Quinn, 25, address unknown, was charged Tuesday with disorderly conduct/intoxication and resisting arrest after officers were called to remove him from Clyde Harrison’s home on Pennsylvania Avenue. Officers were advised by Patricia A. Owens that Quinn had hit her brother. Officers reported he made threats to them and also tried to head-butt one of them at the police station. Quinn suffered a cut to his forehead and was treated at the emergency room with stitches.

Alicia Warrick, a nurse at East Liverpool City Hospital, reported being assaulted by James A Huntting, 28, while caring for him at the hospital. She told officers she went in to change his gown, on which he had vomited, when he became irate and pushed her, knocking her into the wall. Wellsville police came to the hospital and served him with a warrant from an earlier crash from which he reportedly fled. He was taken into custody and assault charges were to be filed in regard to the alleged attack on Warrick.

A cashier at Gina’s Drive-Through reported two men had been denied alcohol but said they would get it themselves and pulled over. Officers were nearby when waved over by the cashier and found the two men. The driver, Dylan V. Cary Jr., 19, was charged with driving under suspension, while his passenger, Jonathan M. Ritchie, 20, was charged with possession of marijuana and open container in a motor vehicle after officers reportedly found suspected marijuana and a bottle of rum in the passenger door. No addresses were reported for the two men.

While on patrol, an officer noticed a vehicle parked nearly hidden on River Road at about midnight. Investigating, he found four occupants, including the driver, Shane McCutcheon, 24, who was cited for no operator’s license. One passenger, Shawn Lee Danver, 29, had an active warrant and was taken into custody. The vehicle was towed from the scene. The report had no addresses for the two arrestees.

Marjorie Byrd, Harker Avenue, reported her vehicle stolen and it was later recovered by the sheriff’s department on McKee Road in Wellsville. It had been burned.

Dave Volino, State Street, reported someone dumping trash on his property in two different spots. He has an idea who is doing it.

Aleta Straight, St. Clair Avenue, reported her ex-boyfriend knocked her computer on the floor and damaged her phone lines.

Angel Mayhew, 41, no address listed, reported being jumped by a woman she knows after sharing a cab with her to Mayhew’s home. As Mayhew exited the vehicle, the other woman reportedly punched, kicked and scratched her.

Carrie A. Duncan, East Ninth Street, reported her boyfriend damaged her vehicle and took her keys. Officers reported finding muddy footprints on both driver’s side doors and a large scratch on the hood. Duncan was advised to speak with the law director about filing charges.

Galadriel Monte, Marcus Street, reported the window broken out of her vehicle but nothing stolen.

Employees of Dollar General on Walnut Street reported a man stole at least four dolls and fled on foot.

Dale Thirtyacre, Bradshaw Avenue, reported a beer bottle thrown through his truck’s window.