Lisbon Police Reports for 5-18

A caller reported seeing some youths on the roof of L & G Mower Repair, East Washington Street, at 1:23 a.m. Sunday. They were gone by the time police arrived, but the caller saw them jump the fence and run into the house next door. A boy answered the door and admitted his friends had been on the roof building. Police questioned the youths and they admitted having no reason to be on the roof and they did not cause any damage. The officers took down the names and phone numbers of their parents and will call them if anything is found missing from L & G or if there was any damage.

Judith K. McVay, Rose Drive, reportedly unparked into another vehicle in the Valley View convenience store parking lot at 9:26 p.m. Sunday. The operator of the other vehicle was Sherman E. Johnson, Eagleton Road.

Mary Morse, West Chestnut Street, reported Saturday finding personal items in a couple bags found in her hedges while she was mowing. Police arrived and was able to determine ownership by going through the bags and called the unidentified person.

Police received a call of two people acting inappropriately on the swings at the Play Town playground at 7:40 p.m. Friday. Police spoke with Randolph Richards, who said his girlfriend was sitting on his lap but they were preparing to leave.

April Faulkner, Rose Drive Apartments, reported Friday being harassed by her estranged husband, who allegedly calls and texts her constantly, calling her derogatory names. She was advised the procedure for obtaining a protection order.

A caller reported there was noise coming from the water plant on state Route 164 at 1:19 a.m. Friday. Police arrived and found a water tanker getting a supply of water.

Heather Houlette, state Route 154, reported her vehicle had a flat tire, so she left it parked on Route 154 at 10 p.m. Thursday. When she returned the next afternoon Houlette saw that the vehicle had been struck by another vehicle, damaging the front headlight and fender.

Police went to 320 E. Chestnut St. at 7:48 p.m. Thursday after a man reported his brother was sleeping and he could not wake him up and he was concerned for his health. Police and EMS went to the home and the man was found to be OK.