East Liverpool Police Reports for 3-3
After stopping a vehicle for no front headlight, an officer charged the driver, Harley A. Gill, 20, Washington Street, Lisbon, with the headlight violation and no license. Gill told the officer that Frank Milhoan, 59, state Route 30, Lisbon, who operates a car dealership, gave him permission to drive the vehicle since he had a medical appointment. Milhoan told the officer he gave permission to Gill’s girlfriend to drive the car, not Gill. Milhoan was cited for wrongful entrustment.
Dennis McCoy, 45, Canfield Drive, New Cumberland, W.Va., was cited Friday for speeding after being clocked traveling 65 mph in a 50 mph zone on state Route 11. McCoy became irate with the arresting officer, asking why the officer was “messing with him,” and asking, “Why don’t you go mess with some crack heads?”
A manager at the Dairy Queen on West Eighth Street called to have people removed because they smelled intoxicated. Officers reported being able to smell raw marijuana as they entered the restaurant from the area in which two men and a woman were standing, and the manager pointed them out as the people he wanted removed. Asked if they had any weapons, they said no, but the officer asked to pat down Roshawn L. Agee, 28, no address listed, saying he smelled marijuana coming from him. He was found to have a small bag of marijuana and was cited for possession of marijuana. Later in the evening, officers stopped a vehicle and the driver was the same woman who had been removed from the Dairy Queen earlier. During that incident she had identified herself as Keisha Smith, but officers learned she was actually Smith’s sister, Adriana M. Jennings, 23, Youngstown, who had no driver’s license. She was cited for the license offense and for falsification.