East Liverpool Police Reports 6-19

No charges were filed or injuries reported in a two-car crash Friday on Dresden Avenue. According to police, Bruce A. Wells, 64, Francis Street, was northbound and slowed to allow a vehicle to pull out from Smith Street when his vehicle was struck from behind by Heather L. Smith, 29, Lisbon Street, who said he stopped abruptly.

Christine M. Pierce, 40, no address listed, reported a man she knows, Arenthous Frazier, was following her and wouldn’t leave her alone. He was located by officers on Fifth Street and learned there was an active warrant for him out of Columbus. However, police there declined to pick up Frazier, who was released and told to stay away from Pierce.

Called to assist an ambulance crew at a Pennsylvania Avenue residence, officers found Ashly Parson, 28, slumped behind a couch and Larry Parson holding a towel to her head. They learned from a third person that three men from Cleveland had assaulted Parson after an argument during which she threw an item, striking one of the men. Parson said he tried to intervene, but one of the men brandished a firearm.

Courtney L. Cook and Ursula L. Lewis, no address listed, reported someone broke into their home and took two televisions, DVDs and some jewelry, possibly in an attempt to scare them. They said they were in the process of moving into the home they had subleased from a woman and another person was upset they got the apartment.

Officers responded to Maine Boulevard for a man arguing with Cristy Dilling, who said her baby’s father, Daniel Winston, had been arguing with her all day but had left. Officers spoke to Winston, who was served with a trespassing notice for CMHA property. He was told to stay away from Dilling until they got the child custody issue resolved.

Heather Richardson, Wilbert Avenue, reported her boyfriend, Moses Zander, took her house keys and tablet and wouldn’t return them. When Zander returned an hour later, officers reported he had the tablet in his possession and he was served with a trespassing notice for CMHA property.

After receiving numerous 911 calls from a phone number, officers determined it was the home of Tabatha R. Oiler, Dresden Avenue, who admitted it was her 3-year-old child. Oiler told police he had dialed the emergency number 33 times the previous day. She was cautioned if he called again, she would be arrested.

John A. Tukes, 42, no address listed, was charged with disorderly conduct/intoxication after officers said he was found on Mercer Alley after having been told to go inside for the night when seen earlier in the shift, arguing with a woman on Oak Street.

Jessica Lowe, address not listed, reported someone used her father, Richard Lowe’s ATM card for five transactions while he was in jail.

William G. Jenkins, age and address not listed, reported a man he knows tried to strike him with a hatchet at a house on Ogden Street. He had a scrape on his arm and the passenger side window of the van he was in had a gouge from the hatchet.

A caller reported a woman came to the door, asking for gas money. The woman was wearing no shoes and put on a pair of gloves lying on the porch. Officers located the woman’s vehicle and she told them she was just cold and wanted clothing. She was given directions to state Route 7.