East Liverpool Police for 2-19
The manager at the Heights Manor housing complex reported seeing two men outside looking at the company’s John Deere Gator. She approached them and one of the men asked how much she wanted for the Gator. The manager advised it was not for sale and told the men to step away from the Gator and one of the men began cussing at her. They were told to stay off the property. The men got into a car and said they were going to wait at the nearby Convenient Mart for an employee of the complex so they could fight him. Officers found the two men on Florence Street and the driver was given a no trespassing order. The men were not named in reports.
Shane L. Potts, Bradshaw Avenue, reported waking up to find his entrance door kicked in. Nothing appeared to be missing.
Alan D. Davis, Smithfield Street, reported his brother-in-law texting and calling him, making threats.
The owner of the former Thrifty City Plaza reported two people on quads were driving recklessly in the parking lot. An officer located the two men on Park Avenue and advised them to stay off the property.
Cheryl L. McKahan, College Street, reported someone entered her home through a window and took items. A neighbor reported seeing a green Jeep parked nearby at the time.
Derek Thompson, Hazel Alley, reported getting death threats from a person he knows. He called the person, and the responding officer heard the other person making threats against Thompson, his family and friends.
An officer on patrol just after midnight saw a group of males standing around. Some of them the officer recognized as having been involved with prior theft and breaking and entering incidents. They said they were headed to Liverpool Township to sled ride. After identifying all the males, the officer sent them on their way.
Donna M. Litman, 55, Y&O Road, Wellsville, was cited Sunday for failure to control after her vehicle reportedly slid on Riley Avenue due to road conditions, striking a parked vehicle owned by Robert K. Wright, Riley Avenue.