Salineville Police Reports 1-5
At 6:22 p.m. 12/17/2012 police were dispatched to 4 Academy St. on a report of a burglary. Upon arrival officers spoke with the home owner who stated that she had left at 7:30am and her kitchen window was closed. When she returned home at 6:00 p.m. she saw the kitchen window open and the screen ripped. The only things she reported missing was some costume jewelry and a cup of change. A case report was taken.
At 8:49 12/19/12 police responded to a domestic dispute at a McGavern Street apartment. Police spoke with the caller who stated she had been in a verbal dispute with her son who had already left for the night and there was no longer any problem. No case report was taken.
At 5:31 p.m. 12/23/12 Abby Pierson, Academy Street, contacted police stating that her boyfriend had called her saying he was going to break into her mother’s house and take items from the house. An officer contacted the boyfriend who stated it was not true and he had just got out of the hospital.
At 3:36 p.m. 12/25/2012 an officer on patrol ran a registration check on a vehicle in the area of 7 Chruch Street. Upon finding the vehicle’s registration was expired the officer initiated a traffic stop. When the officer requested to see the driver’s license, registration and proof of insurance the driver replied that she had none. Consent to search the vehicle was asked for and granted. After searching the vehicle the officer found a sandwich bag containing 59 seeds. The vehicle was then impounded. A case report was taken.
At 6:07p.m. 12/26/2012 an officer on patrol on East Main Street during the snow storm located a front bumper laying on the roadway, and two other vehicle stuck along the side of the roadway. The officer determined the bumper belonged to a vehicle involved in a crash outside the village. No case report was taken.
At 12:50 p.m. 12/26/2012 David Leffler of 125 W. Main St. reported that some time during the last day someone had struck his stone wall and he needed a report for insurance purposes. Approximately 30 feet of the stone wall was pushed over by a vehicle coming around the curve on State Route 39 and sliding off the right side of the roadway. No evidence of or witnesses to the crash could be found at the scene. Elite Gas Services later contacted police and advised one of their trucks had been involved in a crash near the village. Damage to the truck indicated it had been involved in the crash. The driver of the truck, Joseph Anderson of Vine Street East Liverpool, came into the station on 1/2/12 and was cited for Failure to Control.
While on patrol 12/26/12 on West Main Street police located a vehicle with an intoxicated subject passed out at the wheel at the Tangerine Lounge. The subject was then searched and placed in police custody. During this time drug paraphernalia was located in the subjects possession. A case report was taken.
At 5:08 p.m. 12/26/12 police responded to a Water street residence, to assist Salineville First Responders on a call involving juvenile/
At 1:33 p.m. 12/27/12 police responded to a minor traffic accident in the parking lot of BK Beverage, 42 W. Main St. A vehicle driven by James Lawson, Henderson Nevada, struck a trailer pulled by the vehicle of Dwayne K. Sprowl, Hammondsville. As Lawson attempted to drive around the rear of Sprowl’s vehicle and trailer parked at the gas pump he collided with the trailer. Minor damage and no injuries were reported.
At 8:50 p.m. 12/28/12 an officer on patrol on East Main Street stopped a male subject for an equipment violation and found him to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. A case report was taken.
On12/29/12 Katrina Willis, West Main Street, reported that someone had struck a house inside the village with a vehicle and then left the scene. Officers attempted to contact the complainant but were unable to make contact.
At 2:45 p.m. 12/29/12 police responded to a possible suicide attempt at an East Main Street residence. Police arrived to find the female had calmed down and was willing to go to the hospital.
At 4:37 p.m. 12/31/12 police were advised of a parking problem at 11 Lincoln St. Upon arrival, police observed a red Pontiac illegally parked in front of the residence. Police left a warning slip driver’s side door that advised of the violation and that it needed to be moved in 24 hours or it would be towed.
At 4:11p.m. 12/31/12 police were advised of an accident on SR 164 at SR 39 outside of the village. Police responded and observed where the accident had occurred, but the vehicle had left the scene. No case report was taken.
At 5:31 p.m. 12/31/12 police responded to a two vehicle accident on State Route 39 near Jacobowski Road. Police stood by until Ohio State Highway Patrol arrived.
At 10:54 p.m. 1/1/2013 an officer on patrol observed an individual walking on East Main Street. The officer made contact with the individual and observed blood on the individual’s face coming from his nose and his eyes were swelling shut. The man stated he was attacked by three people, but he did not want to press charges. The officer made contact with the individuals at 45 E. Main where the subject stated the incident occurred. No charges were pressed by either side and the individual was released to a family friend.
On 1/3/13 police responded to assist a disabled tractor trailer broken down on State Route 644. The driver of the rig was maintaining traffic until wrecker could arrive. Safety gear was set up.
At 2:15 p.m. 1/3/13 police were called to Sycamore Avenue, for a breaking and entering complaint that occurred on Victor Avenue. Police gathered evidence and took information for a report.
At 10:07 p.m. 1/3/13 police responded to a Maple Hill residence for a stolen vehicle complaint. Police then spoke with the caller, Nancy Dickson, who stated she did not want to get her friend in trouble, but he borrowed her vehicle earlier that day and did not return it when he was supposed to.
At 10:22 p.m. 1/3/13 police responded to a Maple Hill residence, and to a West Main Street residence for complaints of threats and harassment. Police advised both parties to stay away from each other, and not call each other, or they would be charged.