East Liverpool Police Reports for 6-19
Officers were called to the New Dimension Bar on Anderson Boulevard to remove a man who is not allowed on the premises who was in the parking lot, having people bring him drinks. Officers found no alcohol, and the man told them someone else drove the vehicle to the bar. He was taken home and told not to return or face trespassing charges.
Daniel R. Headley, Michigan Street, reported money stolen from his unlocked vehicle overnight.
Officers responded to Oak Street for an unresponsive man on the floor. He revived and said he may have taken Xanex. He was taken to the hospital by Tri-County ambulance.
Kristen L. Pipes, no address listed, reported receiving harassing messages from a woman she knows.
Carl D. Gooding, address not listed, reported a man he knows had electric service turned on at a Harvey Avenue residence in his name without his knowledge and he received a $534 bill.
Todd A. Zito reported tools stolen from his truck while he was at a Railroad Street address.
A clerk at the A-1 Drive-Thru on Pennsylvania Avenue reported a man took the lottery money while she was in the cooler then fled down Boyce Street.
Crystal Davis, West Fifth Street, reported her ex-boyfriend has been following her, peeking in her windows, knocking over flowers on the porch and hiding underneath the steps. He also called her names in front of her daughter and grandson.
Dana Duffield, Prospect Street, reported that, while she was away, her father reportedly sold the pump for her pool.
Carlos A. Monteiro, Pennsylvania Avenue, reported his GMC Arcadia stolen from his rear yard.
Jason C. Tucker, 33, reported being assaulted on Green Lane by a man he knows. He had to have stitches in his lip.
Michael P. Sullivan, no address listed, reported his Ford pickup truck was taken from in front of Tri-State Supply, along with his wallet, checkbook and the keys to the truck which were all inside.
Erwin E. Brown, reported the driver’s side window of his vehicle shattered on Green Lane.
Gregory A. Warrick, no address listed, reported he parked his car at East Liverpool City Hospital and returned to find the license plates gone.
Seth Keyes, no address listed, reported he was at East Liverpool City Hospital and given medication to make him sleep. When he awoke, the person in the bed next to him and his cell phone were both gone. Officers were able to locate the man and Keyes’ phone was returned to the police department.
Officers responded to Lincoln Avenue for a woman threatening to harm herself. She told them Children’s Services told her to take her child to Akron Children’s Hospital. There, she was told her child is severely underweight, and the woman told officers she just wanted to die. She was transported to the hospital for evaluation.