Lisbon Police Reports for 6-29

Sharon Miller, West Washington Street, reported two males wearing jackets with hoods tried to take her Yorkie at 9:20 p.m. Friday. Miller said they left the dog as they fled after she yelled at them. The dog was injured and had to be taken to the veterinarian to be treated. Meanwhile, police searched the area but did not come across the suspects.

Police were called at 2:33 a.m. Saturday about Justin Davis reportedly trying to remove his personal belongings out of girlfriend’s apartment on Moore Street and she trying to prevent him from leaving. Police arrived to find Davis standing across the street at Carter Lumber, and his mother arrived to take him home with her.

Wellsville police asked for an officer to check on the welfare of Robert Moore, North Market Street, after his vehicle was found abandoned in Wellsville on Saturday. Police went to the home, but the woman who answered the door said she did not know Moore.

Robert White, North Jefferson Street, reported Monday waking up to find court papers laying on his computer and he said his door was locked. He was told to contact the county sheriff’s office to inquire about the court papers.

A clerk at Smith Oil reported someone driving a black vehicle drove off without paying for $15 in gas at 8:43 a.m. Tuesday. Police traced the vehicle through its license plates and determined it was a loaner. They contacted the driver, who said she paid at the pump but would check with her bank to determine if the charge went through.

Bob Wagner, West Washington Street, reported Tuesday he had Mike Skidmore sell a motorcycle for him. Wagner said Skidmore sold the motorcycle for $400 but has only paid him $100 to date. Wagner was told this was something he would have to pursue through court if Skidmore does not pay him in full.

While on patrol an officer came across a red Grand Am stuck on a tree stump on East Lincoln Way near Weber’s Funeral Home at 1:51 p.m. Friday. The unidentified driver said he became stuck on the stump after parking in the yard. The driver managed to get the car pushed off the stump.

Ben J. Kenney, 22, was charged with disorderly conduct for an incident that occurred at the Days Inn on June 8. Kenney was staying at the hotel as part of a wedding party when his credit card was rejected. Kenney, who had been drinking, became angry and slammed the lobby door, breaking it. He has since paid to replace the door, which cost $1,200.

Hannah Evans, 19, South Green Street, was cited for assured cleared distance after she drove into the rear of a stopped vehicle driven by Lewis Brown, 60, Maple Street, Minerva, on East Lincoln Way at 8:16 a.m. Tuesday.

Amanda N. Durbin, 19, was charged with misdemeanor theft for allegedly stealing money from the Night Court bar at 11 p.m. Tuesday, which was supposedly witnessed by two people. Kathy Blankenship and Gary Holloway said they were counting money afterwards and determined $236 was missing.

Sherri Becki, Sherman Street, reported that last week she received a call from an unidentified male who asked if she knew a particular neighbor because that person needed to be notified about a court date. Becki told the caller she did not know the person he was calling about.

Chris Wilson, Garfield Street, reported hearing someone turn the handle of the door leading into the house from the garage at 11:15 p.m. Tuesday. Upon further investigation Wilson saw the outside man door in the garage was open.

William Hamilton of Paris reportedly backed into a vehicle being driven by Robert R. Brown, state Route 154, in the Circle K parking lot at 9:24 p.m. June 20.

An officer was called to the Valley View at 12:53 p.m. June 20 in regard to a customer who was refusing to pay for $10 worth of gasoline he had pumped. The person ended up paying the clerk and leaving before the officer arrived.

An officer was asked to assist a county sheriff’s deputy on a domestic dispute call on Center Avenue at 1:25 a.m. Thursday. The parties reportedly involved left before law enforcement arrived.