Lisbon Police reports for 5-30
A caller from West Lincoln Way reported at 1:13 a.m. May 13 hearing a dog yipping as if it was tangled in a kennel. When asked for her name, the caller asked what difference did it make. When they asked for the caller’s address to get an idea where to look for the dog, she hung up. Meanwhile, police checked West Lincoln Way and did not hear or see any dog.
Ashley Barren, East Lincoln Way, reported May 9 she wanted a report on file about her landlord coming to her apartment while she was showering and then going through her dresser drawers. When she asked him what he was doing, the landlord left.
Susan Temple, West High Street, reported May 9 her neighbor’s six dogs bark all night and they are always going in and out of the dog door. The officer said he will advise Temple’s neighbors.
Police were called to the park area next to the community swimming pool at 8:41 p.m. Friday after a caller reported seeing a group of people smoking what was believed to be marijuana. On the way to the park the officer passed a vehicle and followed it to a home on North Jefferson Street, where he spoke with a person, who said he had been at the park smoking cigarettes and produced the pack.
A caller reported seeing a light on in the concession stand at the community pool at 1:29 a.m. Monday. The property was found to be secure and nothing appeared to be amiss.
Chrissy Ducanon reported there was a possible sick opossum at the Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. May 13. Police observed the opossum, which did not appear to be sick. The church members were advised to stay away from it just to be safe.
Police were called to a domestic dispute at the residence of Robert Davis, West Lincoln Way, at 9:25 a.m. Wednesday. Anastasha Blinn said she and Davis, her boyfriend, were arguing and stressed over other things going on in their lives. Blinn had asked Davis to leave, which he agreed to do.
A Ford Bronco owned by Corbin Arden of Minerva apparently came of gear and drifted into a Chevrolet Tahoe owned by John P. Miller of Mechanicstown. The Tahoe was parked at the gas pumps at Circle K at 6:45 a.m. Tuesday.
A barking dog complaint was received in the 400 block of West Lincoln Way at 12:28 a.m. Wednesday. Police spoke with the unidentified man at the residence, and he said the dog belonged to his daughter. He was warned the next time she would be cited.
A clerk at Smith Oil reported there were juveniles in the parking lot preparing to fight at 8:31 p.m. May 13. Police arrived and spoke to the kids, who said they were arguing over a comment posted on Facebook. They were told to quit posting comments on social media about each other and to also stay away from each other.
A call was received about youths using foul language while playing at the basketball court next to the community pool at 6:52 p.m. May 13. They were advised to quit using bad language and if they continued they would be banned from the court.
A woman reported at 11:25 p.m. May 22 a woman living on the top floor of the Life-Line apartments was yelling out the back of the building for her two missing dogs and it was keeping the neighbors awake. Sgt. Hancock told Cindy Tice to keep the noise down.
Bryant Nestor reported at noon Friday he had a woman in his car who was refusing to get out after yelling and screaming at him and throwing things. Police spoke with Destiny Stoffel, who said they were having personal problems and she was mad and began yelling and swearing at Nestor. Police told her to get out of the car and she was picked up by her father.
Crystal Viznicky, West Lincoln Way, reported at 12:52 p.m. Friday Scott Rudder was making rude comments to her husband and calling him names. She said Rudder was visiting the neighbor and making it so her husband does not want to go outside. Police told her to call the department when Rudder is there and they would respond.
Courtney Wolfe, East Chestnut Street, Lisbon, reported at 1:32 p.m. Friday threats were made on Facebook between her husband’s ex-wife and her husband’s sister.
The sheriff’s office transferred a call at 2:10 a.m. Saturday regarding a fight at the Night Court. Police spoke with Andy Spooner, who was intoxicated and injured and told police he and his friend Bradly Long were attacked by a group of people. Long was also intoxicated, injured and unconscious but later awoke and told police there was no altercation but that he had laid down to take a nap. The two men were taken by KLG Ambulance to a medical facility. No identifications were given for the alleged attackers.
Sheryle Reynolds, East Lincoln Way, reported at 5:25 a.m. Sunday two men were fighting on the lawn next to her home and one of them was on the ground and the other one left in a PT Cruiser toward Carter Lumber. The other man then got up and took off on foot. Police checked the area but did not find the men.
Ralph J. Goist, 51, Metz Road, New Waterford, was making a left turn from West Lincoln Way onto North Market Street and struck Lucas Amanda Lynn, 26, North Beaver Street, Lisbon. Goist was cited for failure to control.
At 7:46 p.m. Sunday police responded to a report of small children left unattended in a vehicle while their mother went in to Save-A-Lot. Police spoke with the seven-year-old boy who was doing well and his sister was asleep. The car was
parked in the shade and the windows were open. After exiting the store their mother said her son didn’t want to go inside.
Police told Eric Ward to leave Night Court at 1:57 a.m. Saturday upon an employee’s request.
Police went to the area of state Route 30 for a report of a reckless driver at 1:59 p.m. Sunday. The vehicle was not found.