East Liverpool Police Reports 1-24

Charges are pending against a man who reportedly stole a 12-pack of beer and cigarettes from the BP station. Officers checked the area and found him wading through a creek and identified him as the same man they had dealt with earlier in the day regarding a shoplifting incident at Dollar General.

Kaycie Quimby, no address listed, was charged with obstructing official business after an officer heard screaming on Walnut Street and, investigating, reported finding Quimby yelling at a man. After she failed to comply with several orders to calm down, she was arrested.

Shannon Johnson, 32, was charged with theft and possession of criminal tools after Dollar General employees reported seeing her putting items in her pockets. Officers questioned her and Johnson reportedly took items, including a razor blade knife used to cut off a security tag, from her pockets.

Shawn Cunningham, 25, no address listed, was charged with theft after he reportedly ran out of Dollar General with candy falling out of his pockets. A check of surveillance video reportedly showed him stuffing the candy in his pockets inside the store.

Malorie Reynolds, Eutaw Street, reported her fiance went to her home and found it filled with smoke and the oven on fire. He extinguished the fire and found the door jamb had been pried. She told officers she believes she knows who might have done this.

William J. Shreve, Ravine Street, reported the CD player taken from the dash of his vehicle.

A caller reported a man trying to break into the Dresden Avenue drive-through, but officers spoke to the man, who lives next door, and he said he was just knocking on the window because he thought the business was still open.

A man was reported throwing bricks at cars in the hospital parking lot. He was last seen walking toward the Newell Bridge and could not be found by officers.

Robert Herron, Elizabeth Street, reported receiving an invoice for a student loan of $1,770 that he never secured.

Tammy S. Brewer, Globe Street, reported she and her family have been staying in a hotel after a fire at her home in December and when she returned to pick up some items, found the house had been ransacked and items taken. She said the landlord told her he had someone come in and clean up the house but it didn’t look like it had been cleaned, with items thrown about.

Mike Emerson, Riley Avenue, arrived home to find a TV, 12 Xbox games and a Black and Decker tool set missing.

Donald E. Coma, Grant Street, reported his truck entered and a case containing four pool cues and other items missing.

Kasara A. Plum, Avondale Street, reported coming home to find her television and her boyfriend’s belongings gone. She believes her boyfriend took the items.

Jerry Bibbee, no address listed, reported the bumper ripped off his car while it was parked in the lot at Maxi’s Lunch Box.

Mary McKinnon, Oak Street, reported her vehicle spray-painted with graffiti and the window broken out with a brick.

Carisa L. Smith, no address listed, reported her ex-boyfriend texting her and threatening to damage her property.

Michelle Pugliano, no address listed, reported her vehicle broken into, ransacked and the console stolen. The console was found a short distance from the vehicle.

Christina Pirkheim, Smithfield Street, returned home to find the dead bolt open on her door. Officers searched the home and found an upstairs window pushed open.

Carl D. Gooding, Harvey Avenue, found his door kicked in but nothing apparently missing.

Tiffany Milliron reported going to her sister-in-law’s house where an argument ensued over the cost of a birthday cake. She said a man there struck her in the head and chased her out at knife point. Cora Milliron called police to say Tiffany Milliron came into her house and attacked her and that the man in question did chase her out but never struck her or had a knife. They were advised to stay away from one another.

Augustina Newman, Wilbert Avenue, reported someone at her home had stolen a custom-built Xbox system and equipment.

A Sophia Street resident not named in reports found a spent shell casing on his porch in front of the door.

Samantha McClellan, address not listed, reported a bedroom window shot out with a BB.

Charlotte Offenberger, Moore Street, reported a substance resembling syrup poured into her gas tank, possibly someone with whom she has been having problems.