East Liverpool Police Reports for 6-11

Officers responded Sunday evening to Cadmus Street for a fight call, where Jena Wright reported Matthew S. Brewer, 27, Sophia Street, had threatened her after she slammed the door in his face. Statements were taken from others who were inside the house at the time, according to reports. Brewer was charged with menacing.

Responding to a 911 call of someone screaming for help on Pennsylvania Avenue, officers found no one in distress but did find Kenneth Swoger walking. He was charged with disorderly conduct/intoxication. After replaying the 911 call, Swoger was identified as the caller and was charged with making false alarms. One of the two phones he was carrying also showed the emergency call being made, according to reports.

Police were called to East Liverpool City Hospital where a woman was being treated following an assault. There, officers spoke with Brenda Crum, 45, Ravine Street, who said she and her fiance, Henry J. Coil, 55, had argued over her losing her job and rent issues and he broke out a window in the door when she locked it. While she was cleaning up the glass, Coil reportedly shoved her, causing Crum to suffer several cuts on the broken glass. Coil told officers that Crum was drunk and fell, according to reports. Reports indicated Coil was arrested, although the charge was not listed.

Several calls were made Sunday regarding a reckless driver on Holliday Street and threats made by the occupants of the vehicle. One person had videoed the actions and officers viewed the video and were able to identify the man making the threats as Robert R. Plunkett, 24, Holliday Street, who was charged with menacing. The driver, Timothy Gault, 32, also of Holliday Street, was charged with willful wanton disregard to safety and no operator’s license. He also reportedly threatened bystanders in officers’ presence and was charged with menacing.

Employees at Tice’s U-Haul reported a two-wheeled dolly stolen.

Charles E. Desimone, Alpha Street, reported his son’s yellow, 20-inch bicycle stolen from the porch.

Richard A. Miles, no age or address listed, reported being slapped by a man known to him at the Tri-State Cab Company office. The other man told police he slapped Miles for making comments about his deceased son on Facebook. Miles was advised to see the law director if he wished to file charges.

Richard Wright, Park Avenue, reported his garage door struck, with red paint found on the door. The owner of a red vehicle that is parked nearby went to the police station later and said she was unable to negotiate the turn because the power steering is bad in her car but didn’t realize the garage door had been that badly damaged. Insurance information was collected from the vehicle’s owner, who was not identified in reports.

Rhonda K. Lyons, Walnut Street, reported a rock thrown through the front window of her home.

Leslie Icenhower, Avondale Street, found a green ‘X’ painted on the window of her vehicle.

A Giant Eagle employee reported a woman used her food stamp card to purchase a full shopping cart of soda pop. When she attempted to purchase two additional full carts of pop with her food stamp card, the store refused the transaction.

Maxi’s on Harvey Avenue was reported entered, although no forced entry was found. An inventory is pending.