Lisbon Police Reports 2-20

A person by the name of Denise reported at 10:25 p.m. Saturday there was a white Cobalt parked in her driveway on West Washington Street. The license plate came back to a person who lives on North Beaver Street, and police went to the home, where arrangements were made to move the car.

Stephen Ley reported backing his vehicle into a dumpster in the Trinity Playhouse parking lot at 6:55 p.m. Friday.

A resident of North Beaver Street reported Feb. 12 her neighbor gets drunk and starts arguing with the neighbor’s boyfriend about 3 a.m. just about every morning before she goes to work. The caller was told to call back when the loud arguing is occurring.

Dawn Threet, a supervisor at a village housing complex, brought Jay Farrow to the police department on Monday because he wanted to report being threatened by Bobby Davis, who told Farrow he was going to call the police on him. The officer told Farrow that did not rise to the level of a threat. Farrow said Davis is always harassing him when he walks by his apartment, and the officer told Farrow to not walk past his apartment.

A truck reportedly broke off a fire hydrant outside Pilmer’s automotive parts store on West Lincoln Way at 8:53 a.m. Feb. 12. Dave Ingram reported it was a flat-bed truck but was unable to provide any more details.

Allison Cosma, Black Road, Lisbon, was stopped in traffic on North Market Street when her vehicle was struck from behind by another vehicle driven by Jazmyne Pizzoferrato, Miller Road, Leetonia, at 9:13 a.m. Saturday. Pizzoferrato said her vehicle slid in the slush.

David L. Todd, 42, East Lincoln Way, reported at 7:17 a.m. Saturday he noticed some items missing from his home after he was released from the county jail. Todd, who had an odor of alcohol about him, told the officer he had been drinking all night, and the officer said he could not take a report from him while in that condition. Todd was also cited with public intoxication.

Justin Miller, East High Street, reported Sunday his neighbors parked their car on his property, blocking in his car. The officer told Miller he could have the vehicle towed but the police could not since it was on private property.

Travis Wallace asked for an officer to accompany him to a rental property on East Lincoln Way at 7 p.m. Monday because the county mental health center was moving one of its clients from the apartment and there might be problems.

Angel Fox reported her grandmother needed an ambulance at 10 a.m. Tuesday at her home on Maple Street. Her grandmother was found on the living room floor by Fox after having fallen the night before.