East Liverpool Police Reports for 4-16
Responding to information they were given, officers went to Woodland Hills on Wilbert Avenue where Jerome Hill of Lorain was supposedly staying, and he had an outstanding warrant. Captain Darin Morgan and the county’s drug task force went to the apartment and found Hill, taking him into custody. Also there was William Jones, of Lorain. Both were served with criminal trespass notices from Columbiana-Metropolitan Housing Authority.
Keith A. Anderson, East Ninth Street, reported two people stole checks and tried to cash them at various stores.
Called to an Ambrose Avenue area for a fight, officers were advised by Paul Meyers that his sister was arguing with a man he knows and the man knocked him down the stairs. Meyers was then assaulted by the man and two women he also identified. They were gone when officers arrived, and Meyers was advised how to file charges with the law director.
Officers were called to Pennsylvania Avenue for a suspicious man lurking around the Dollar General store. There, they found a man who was beaten and bloody, with no shoes. The man said he had been at a friend’s house in St. Clair Township when a friend of his friend assaulted him, after which he began walking. He was transported to the emergency room by Lifeteam ambulance. The man was not identified in reports.
Debbie Sharer, East Ninth Street, reported her car egged.
During his 50th birthday party, Guy R. Reed, Crawford Avenue, said he found his back door and bedroom door kicked in and a safe missing. A neighbor reported seeing a man who had left the party looking through windows of the house. Some items that had been contained in the safe were found behind the house.
Officers responded to St. Clair Avenue for a report of several intoxicated people harassing others as they left an attorney’s office. They spoke to one of the group, who said they were celebrating a birthday. They were told to cease their behavior.
Called for a disturbance at a residence on Park Boulevard West, officers spoke with Jim and Debra Wilson, who said they were arguing. During the argument, Mrs. Wilson broke Mr. Wilson’s smart phone, so he broke her Kindle. They were advised to stop their behavior.