Lisbon Police Reports for 3-10

Jody Jackson, South Lincoln Avenue, reported Feb. 28 being contacted by a man who identified himself as a sheriff’s deputy and told her she needed to pay money to avoid being arrested. Jackson checked and learned there was no deputy by that name at the sheriff’s office. She was also told police would never call and tell anyone they needed to pay money to avoid being arrested on a warrant, nor would they advise anyone to make the payment through Rite Aid. The officer called the number supplied by Jackson and a recording answered identifying the person as Magic Jack.

Police were asked to check on the welfare of a resident on West Lincoln Way at 11:45 p.m. Sunday.

Trenton L. Holenchick, 18, North Market Street, was charged with menacing on Thursday for allegedly threatening Nicholas Still, 18, the day before. Still said Holenchick threatened to throw him over a bridge, which occurred at the county juvenile court alternate school and in front of witnesses.

A resident of West Chestnut Street, reported at 1:10 p.m. Thursday her adult daughter was talking about the devil and other odd things. Police convinced the daughter to go to the county mental health clinic to get her shot.

Iesha Talbert asked an officer to stand by while she retrieved her belongings from the homeless shelter on Maple Street at 2:20 p.m. Tuesday. Talbert said she had been evicted because of problems going on inside the shelter.

David Barton, North Vine Street, reported Wednesday his girlfriend was ill and unable to keep anything down. An ambulance was summoned.

Stephanie Wylie, North Market Street, reported at 9:09 p.m. Wednesday there was a suspicious vehicle parked in her driveway and it was running. An officer arrived and learned the man was Wylie’s father-in-law, who was showing someone the van he had for sale in his son’s front yard.

A West Washington Street woman reported at 9:12 p.m. Friday there was a prowler at her home. The woman said that around 8:30 p.m. she heard a knocking at the front door and by the time she looked to see who was there the man wearing a baseball cap ran around to the back of the house and began loudly knocking at the back door.

Christine Kinemond, East Chestnut Street, reported at 8:51 p.m. Friday her mother Jeanne was refusing to return the spare keys to her car. Christine said she did not want her mother to have the keys because she had moved the car previously and she did not want her to do it again. Christine agreed to leave and return later for some belongings and the keys.

Police went to the area of state Route 154 and Moore Road at 1:46 p.m. Friday for a report of a property damage accident. Upon arrival it was determined that Gary A. Barton, who was driving a KLG Ambulance en route to a call with the sirens activated and attempted to pass a vehicle driven by Jordan Reinke, Bell School Road, East Liverpool, by going up an embankment but ended up sliding down the embankment into Reinke’s vehicle causing minor damage. No citations were issued.

Holly Powell, West Lincoln Way, Lisbon, reported at 2 p.m. Friday her two juvenile daughters were being harassed by someone from the same phone number who was sending inappropriate texts and asking them personal questions about underwear while posing as a Victoria’s Secret representative. Powell said she began receiving the calls and texts to her phone after she blocked the number from her daughter’s phones following repeated attempts to tell the person to stop, and that she believes the calls may be coming from her ex-fiance.