East Liverpool Police Reports for 6-4
Dawn M. Talbert, no address listed, reported she allowed her stepfather to take her child to the store and when they were gone for quite awhile, feared he had taken the child to her mother’s, where she did not want him. She found them at her grandmother’s and told officers that, when she went to leave with her child, her mother tried to take her daughter and her grandmother attacked her. Talbert was advised to see the law director about filing charges.
Officers responded to Erie Street for a possible domestic dispute, where Lisa Redman just wanted Tim Redman to leave, saying there was no violence. Mr. Redman agreed to go to his mother’s.
Called to Bradshaw Avenue for an assault, officers reported finding Rebecca Ammon in the intersection of Walnut and East Sixth streets with injuries to her face, hand and shoulder, a broken cell phone and ignition key. She told them her ex-boyfriend, Morgan Cox had assaulted her. Cox was found with scratches on both sides of his neck, broken glasses and a torn shirt, and officers said they gave conflicting stories on who started the assault. They were advised to see the law director if they wanted to file charges.
Dawn Rose, no address listed, reported her daughter was driving on Jennings Avenue when someone threw an object which cracked the windshield in Rose’s vehicle in several spots.
Kaye W. Hayes, no address listed, reported losing her purse, which contained credit cards and her cell phone, possibly at the Hall China Company on Anna Street.
Jennifer McComas, owner of the Town Tavern on Market Street, asked to have her son, Emmitt McComas, removed from the business, saying it is for sale and she did not want him disturbing anything.
Catherine Santiago, Beechwood Street, reported her home entered and a television and iPad taken.v