East Liverpool Police Reports 7-3
A theft charge will be forwarded to the prosecutor’s office after officers watched video surveillance of Stephanie A. Williams, no address listed, placing items down the front of her shirt and in the back of her shorts June 19 at Dollar General, Walnut Street.
Deanne J. Swineheart, East Eighth Street, reported June 26 her neighbor’s dog bit her on the leg and arm while she was at her residence. The daughter of the owner of the accused dog told police the dog had not been outside the house all day, stating it was probably Swineheart’s own dog that bit her. The officer advised the daughter to have her mother keep the dog inside the home until the health department made contact.
A parking citation was issued to the owner of a vehicle blocking a driveway June 26 along McKinnon Avenue and the vehicle was towed.
Terry Miller, no address, was taken into custody June 28 on an active warrant. He later was released after paying a portion of his fines and was advised to attend Municipal Court.
Amir Khan, owner of Crawford’s Market on Dresden Avenue, reported June 28 a person known to him threatened him both at his store and via the phone. He was advised on how to file charges.
Rebecca Sisco, no address, was cited for driving under suspension, after officers spotted her driving her vehicle June 29 along Dresden Avenue. The vehicle was towed.
Chelsea Anderson, Lincoln Avenue, reported June 29 her brother was fighting her husband and she wanted him removed. Upon officers’ arrival, her brother was gone. She was advised to call upon his return.
Information was to be sent to the prosecutor’s office for possible charges against Ryan Pritt, no address, who told police, when questioned, June 30 he had placed mattresses and a couch in an abandon house along Fairview Street.
A resident of Northside Street reported June 22 that a person known to him threw a can of pop, striking him in the arm and the head.
Charges of theft were to be filed against Tiffany Walls, no address, after she admitted to stealing two pair of ear rings, valued at $409.40, on June 24 from Stevens Jewelers, East Fifth Street. Walls said she took the ear rings from a locked display case, which had a key hanging from it. She then took the items to a nearby pawn shop where she received $40. It was reported that Stevens paid the pawn shop $40 for the return of the items.
On June 25, Walls admitted to breaking into vehicles, parked along Lincoln Avenue, after police responded to a call and spotted her along St. Clair Avenue. The items were recovered by the complainant prior to police arrival. No charges were listed.
Police stood by June 25 at a Market Street residence until an ambulance arrived for a man who reportedly had fallen near East Fourth and Marker streets, causing a laceration to his forehead.
Lee Ann Ghrist, no address, reported June 25 the rear passenger door handle of her vehicle had been broken off while parked along West Eighth Street.
Arthur D. Keyser, First Avenue, reported June 30 that entry was gained into his residence and a laptop computer was removed from his son’s bedroom. There was no sign of forced entry.
On July 1, a vehicle driven by Charles G. Harpold, Surry Road, struck a parked vehicle owned by Ruth Gallagher, Berkshire Road, while he attempted to exit the Sparkle Market parking lot. Damage reported to both vehicles.