Lisbon Police Reports for 4-6

Travis T. Sadler, 38, North Market Street, was arrested March 25 and charged with assault for allegedly hitting Porsha Lodge in the face, leaving a mark on her cheek.

The general security alarm went off at the Vista Center at 4:12 a.m. Saturday. Police arrived to find the building secure and nurses were unsure why it went off.

Shelly Smith, North Beaver Street, reported at 9:28 p.m. Friday someone knocked on her front door and ran away. Police spoke with neighbors, who said someone also knocked on their door and then they saw a juvenile hiding behind a tree before fleeing.

Elaine Iler, West Lincoln Way, reported Friday her son is being harassed and bullied by another student when they get off the school bus. Iler has spoken with the school, which stationed a teacher at the bus stop to monitor the situation.

Police responded to a burning complaint near the Vista Center on North Market Street at 7:20 p.m. March 15. An officer spoke with Jeremiah Wylie, who was burning an old shelf. Wylie was told to keep the fire small and that fires in the village are to be limited to cooking purposes only.

Amber M. Rohm, 34, state Route 517, was cited for failure to control after she spun out of control and into a ditch while driving on East High Street at 11:35 p.m. Friday.

Darrin K. Dustman, 19, Teegarden Road, Lisbon, was cited for assured cleared distance after driving into the rear of a vehicle driven by Daniel J. Drotleff, state Route 9, Salem, on West Lincoln Way at 7:12 p.m. Wednesday. Drotleff had slowed for a cat when struck from behind.

Ralph D. Spotelson Jr., 29, Somer Street, Leetonia, was cited for improper backing after he struck a utility pole while backing up in the alley between West Chestnut and West High streets at 1:07 a.m. Friday. Spotelson was driving an Arrow Disposal truck.

Rebecca J. Junkins was driving west on West Lincoln Way when she failed to stop at the traffic light at Beaver Street and struck a vehicle driven by Valerie Lockhart, Old Monroeville Heights, Salineville, at 6:08 p.m. Sunday.

A clerk at the Valley View convenience store reported at 4 a.m. Monday Nicole Hilton was acting strange and asking paper deliverer Lori Crowe and her for money and cigarettes. Hilton was last seen walking south toward Circle K but was not found by police.

A caller reported at 12:24 a.m. Friday a red vehicle was parked outside one residence and then another on Pritchard Avenue. Police located the vehicle at the Lisbon Veterinarian Clinic and it had broken down, with a note left on it by the driver, Brandon Barnes, saying he would be back in the morning to move it.

Police assisted county sheriff’s deputies in serving an arrest warrant on someone at 220 E. Chestnut St. at 1:41 p.m. Tuesday.

Chris Brown, West Chestnut Street, reported Tuesday he had been assaulted by Nicole Hilton, who came into his room and struck him several times while he was asleep. When told to come to the station to file a report, Brown said he was waiting until Hilton struck him again and would be in later.

Courtney Cusick, 220 E. Chestnut St., reported Monday that Walter Crow came to her home at 2 a.m. that day and later left, taking with him her Xbox 360 system and controller and Grand Theft Auto game. She said Crow agreed in a text message to return the items but he only returned the system and not the controller or the video game. Crow called Cusick while she was filing a report and, after being told he would be charged, agreed to return the other items.

Jane Gallagher of the county mental health center called at 12:39 p.m. Monday to request an officer stand by while they transported a client to another facility.

Terri Kellogg of the Lisbon Inn called at 8:14 a.m. Monday after their workers found a .45-caliber handgun on a bed under a sheet in a room. Thomas Anderson, who rented the room, later called looking for the loaded weapon. Police took possesion of the handgun and then left a message for Anderson to call.

The security alarm went off at the county mental health center at 12:15 a.m. Wednesday, but the building was found secure.

Police were called to to the county mental health center at 12:13 p.m. Wednesday to stand by while a client was transported to another facility.

A caller said someone was ringing the door bell and fleeing at 405 W. Washington St. at 2:22 a.m. Wednesday. Police checked the area but did not find anyone about.

Jesse S. Janosik, 23, Lisbon Road, was stopped in traffic at the corner of West Maple and South Beaver streets when he began to back up to get into a parking lot, and in doing so he struck a vehicle driven by Valerie K. Hochman, 55, state Route 164, Lisbon. The accident occurred at 3:36 p.m. Wednesday, and the Janosik pickup is owned by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.