Liverpool Township Police Reports for 6-26

Officers were called Sunday morning to the area of Sonny’s Bar on Lisbon Street for a fight, where they found two women walking north. One of the women, Janna J. Hall, 32, Wyoming Avenue, reportedly refused to answer their questions. When they decided to arrest her, Hall also reportedly refused to get into the cruiser and, twice while they were dealing with Hall, they had to tell her brother to leave and stop interfering or be arrested. At the police department, Hall reportedly refused to walk up the stairs into the police station. According to reports, Patrolman Jake Talbott scooped her up and carried her up the steps and deposited her into a chair so she could be processed on charges of disorderly conduct/intoxication and obstructing official business.

Officers responded Monday afternoon to Clark Street for a domestic dispute, where they found several people standing on the roadway and yard. Barbara Anderson asked that her granddaughter, Tracy R. Douds, 36, of the same address, and Douds’ boyfriend, David L. Anderson, 32, Chester Avenue, Wellsville, be removed. While Douds was at a neighbor’s with another officer, it was learned Ammon’s prescription medication was missing. When an officer questioned Douds about the medication’s whereabouts, she reportedly sprinted to her belongings, knocking a Crown Royal sack to the floor. Inside, officers reported, was a syringe, and Douds was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments. Later that day, Anderson reportedly returned to the residence and was charged with criminal trespassing.

During a traffic stop, officers reported smelling marijuana coming from the truck and had the driver, Ashley Bach and her passenger, her brother, Christopher Bach, exit. Mr. Bach was cited for no seat belt. According to reports, a baggy of suspected marijuana fell from Ms. Bach’s shorts, and she was cited for possession of marijuana and given a warning for failure to yield.

While on patrol on Strawberry Lane, Chief Jayson Jackson saw several plants growing in the ground and in pots in plain view and recognized them as marijuana plants. He spoke to a man mowing the grass at the residence who said he was just hired to cut grass. He identified the resident as Adam R. Hadley, 27, who was not home. Jackson pulled the plants and later charged Hadley with possession of marijuana.

Lois A. Minnis, 20, Price Street, reported her boyfriend told her several of her belongings had been taken from the home they are renting, possibly by a person she knows. She confronted the man, but he denied taking the items.