Lisbon Police Reports 5-12

Nick Stacey, East Washington Street, reported Sunday a female he knows took his vehicle while he was sleeping, and she probably did so to get her drugs.

Jason Wood, West Lincoln Way, called Sunday afternoon for an officer because his estranged wife had just showed up and trashed the apartment and was now trying to get it on fire. Wood told the responding officer he just wanted her to leave, not to be arrested. The parties were told Mrs. Wood had a right to the marital property but she agreed to leave, and a friend was called to give her a ride to Salineville.

Police were called to the Morning Journal parking lot at 9 a.m. Monday in regard to a two-vehicle accident. Eunice Burkey, Continental Drive, Salem and Jennifer Proctor, state Route 46, New Waterford, reportedly backed into each other.

A barking dog complaint on West Pine Street was received at 6:45 p.m. Monday, and an officer spoke with the resident, who agreed to take the dogs inside for the night.

A caller reported there were juveniles riding skateboards doing jumps from a truck in the Lepper Library parking lot at 8 p.m. Monday.

Police were called to a domestic dispute on East Chestnut Street at 4:50 a.m. Tuesday, where two females could be heard screaming and crying, and the same thing happened last week. Police found two women outside, one of whom said she had a nightmare and was having an anxiety attack in response.

A witness reported seeing a man she knows get out of his car along with his dog in the Home Savings parking lot at 1 p.m. Tuesday. The caller said the man proceeded to pick up his dog by the leash and then punch it in the face. He then threatened to take the dog home and shoot it. Police contacted the dog warden and left a message.

An official with the county park district reported Tuesday someone from Stover Power Sports on East Washington Street was cutting across the park district’s garage property on South Jefferson Street. They were also dumping dirt that was spilling onto the park district’s property.

Tiffany McFarland, North Market Street, reported coming home at 3:09 p.m. Tuesday to find her door open.

Damion Gostey reported coming across a small child standing in the middle of the intersection of High and Beaver streets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, and someone came out a house to retrieve the child, who appeared to be about 2 years old. Police arrived and spoke with Jesus Ramos, who said he was watching his 2-year-old sister while his parents were at the laundromat and she got away from him while he was retrieving her shoes. The parents arrived and were very upset over what happened and assured police it would never occur again.

A light was found on at the county fair offices at 10:10 p.m. Tuesday, but police found the building to be secure.

While checking the American Legion at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, police spotted a vehicle parked at the rear of the post with a male and female, both juveniles, inside. The boy was advised to go home, while the girl was transported to her home and her parents were advised of what had transpired.

Police were called to a home on East Lincoln Way at 7 p.m. Wednesday by a male who said he lost keys to a set of handcuffs after locking the restraint on a “buddy.” The male called back two minutes later to say he found the keys.

A clerk at Valley View reported at 10:51 p.m. Wednesday a male customer attempted to use three different credit cards, two of which were rejected and the third, in the name of Denise Achberger, that did work. The man ended up purchasing four cartons of Marlboro Lights cigarette for $115. The clerk said the entire time the man kept pulling his shirt over his face, saying he was sick and did not want her to catch what he had. Twenty minutes later an officer on patrol discovered a vehicle belonging to Denise Achberger’s daughter had been ransacked while parked on North Beaver Street. Police told Achberger her daughter’s debit card had been used at the Valley View.

An officer on patrol discovered a vehicle door open on North Market Street at 11:21 p.m. Wednesday and it had been ransacked. Christine Schreffler called back to report the vehicle belonged to her and $3 was missing.

Judy from the Circle K called at 2:51 p.m. Thursday after catching a juvenile shoplifting a package of Oreos.