Lisbon Police Reports for 6-16
Jon Danver reported seeing someone very drunk on Lions Club Road under the Canton Bridge at 3:31 p.m. June 2. The drunk turned out to be a 15-year-old boy, who could barely stand and was belligerent and threatening police. His mother arrived just before the boy was taken by ambulance to the hospital to be checked.
Dana Blackburn reported her purse was stolen from her vehicle while the vehicle was parked at the Eagles Club from 10:40 to 11 p.m. Wednesday. Her purse was found the next day stuffed in the mail box at the Lepper Library and the only thing missing was her license.
Charles Bosel was sitting in line at the drive-up window at the Huntington Bank branch at noon June 4 when the Ford Expedition, driven by Corey Miller, drifted backward into his Jeep Wrangler, damaging the front bumper.
A caller reported there was a lot of activity involving a parked car at the community pool at 5:34 p.m. May 19. Police found three adults talking by an SUV, but they moved to the Play Town playground with their children while the officers were there.
Police were asked to assist a St. Clair Township police officer serving court papers on a person who lives on Caldwell Avenue at 9 a.m. Friday. No one was home at the time.
Chris Brown, West Chestnut Street, reported at 1 p.m. Thursday that Nicole Hilton just went off on him for no reason, and Hilton then came to the police station to accuse Brown of the same thing. Hilton was told she needed to go through the courts if she wanted to evict Brown.
Sandra Smith, West Chestnut Street, reported at 10 a.m. Thursday that folding tables were stolen from her curb lawn after she had set them against a tree 20 minutes before. Smith has a surveillance camera on her porch and it showed a woman in a new Ford Escape take the tables. The officer told her perhaps the woman thought Smith was throwing them out.
William Hawkins reported at 4 a.m. Sunday he was at the state Route 517 home of Amber Rohm when her ex-boyfriend, Jordan Swain, arrived and threw him to the floor. Meanwhile, Rohm called the sheriff’s office to say she wanted Swain removed but he keeps trying to get back in the house. Upon arrival, neither Hawkins or Rohm wanted anything done. Hawkins then left and Swain remained, but then Swain called back to say he wanted to sleep in his truck. Police took Swain’s keys and told him he could pick them up at the station after he sobered up. Another call was later received from Swain, who was then at the entrance to the county fairgrounds. He was given a ride to his home on Mattix Road.
An officer on patrol came across a VW bug traveling on North Beaver Street with sparks emanating from under the rear of the vehicle from a flat tire at 1:17 a.m. Monday. The unidentified driver was not impaired, and Baker Towing was called to transport the vehicle since it was unsafe to continue driving the vehicle in that condition.
A woman stopped at the station at 12:25 p.m. Monday after reportedly seeing a domestic dispute on East Lincoln Way. The woman was walking when she saw a male strike someone or something inside the home. Police arrived and found five adults and five children living at the address, and there was no evidence of any fight or any disturbance.
A barking dog complaint was received on West Washington Street at 2:43 p.m. Monday. Police spoke to unidentified owner about the need to keep his dog from barking.
A caller reported a female driving a red Grand Prix just placed a child in a car without properly restraining the child and they were leaving the Smith Oil parking lot at 8:38 p.m. Monday. Police checked the area but were unable to locate the vehicle.
Police were called to a to a domestic dispute on North Market Street at 12:47 a.m. Tuesday, where a drunken and argumentative man was preventing his wife from leaving with their son. After the man was told his wife and son were free to leave if they chose, and the wife said she would go to her mother’s home in New Waterford.
A loud music complaint was received on West Washington Street at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Police did not hear any music upon their arrival and officers knocked on the door but no one answered. Later, the department received another loud music complaint at the same residence, and again the officer could hear no such noise.
Dale Hood, Exchange Street, reported at 3:31 p.m. June 4 there was a possible fight in the Webber Funeral Home parking lot. Police found two people there in a white Ford Taurus and the driver said her friend was having a panic attack and that she was going to take her to the Salem hospital.
Ed Duko, East Chestnut Street, reported at 8:53 a.m. June 6 two windows were busted out of the McKinley Elementary building.
An Ohio Edison employee requested at noon June 6 police look for a camera that was put on one of their power poles. Police found the camera on Lee Avenue and advised Ohio Edison that since it was on their pole they would need to have it removed.
Lindsay Combs, West Washington Street, reported at 8:51 p.m. June 7 her ex-boyfriend has been harassing her by constantly texting or calling even after she asked him to stop, and on some occasions he has actually come to her home and forced himself inside. Police had Combs read the messages to them and determined they were not threatening in nature and advised her not to answer the door if he comes over and to seek a protection order if she felt her life was in danger.
Police went to the Save-A-Lot parking lot at 8:12 p.m. June 9 on a report that people were arguing. Police spoke with William Beesler and Angel Lake, who said that Dawn Slagle and her son came to their apartment and threatened them.
Kim Hays, East Pine Street Extension, reported at 7:36 p.m. Tuesday her neighbor came outside and started yelling at her kids while they were playing ball in her backyard. Hays told police the neighbor was yelling because the ball had went into their yard a few times. Police spoke with the neighbor, who said that they confronted the children because they kept hitting their pool house and residential house even though they had asked them several times to not hit the house. Police told Hays to tell her kids they needed to keep the ball on their own property.
Someone delivering for the Morning Journal reported at 3:17 a.m. Wednesday two teenage girls ran from Grandview to the high school and when one saw the paper delivery they ran west on Pine Street toward Thomas Road.