Wellsville Police Reports for 6-12
A Wellsville officer on patrol pulled over a 1994 Ford Ranger at 4:05 a.m. June 11 after it failed to signal before turning at Second and Lisbon streets and weaved toward the center line. The officer noticed two empty beer cans in the truck bed before making contact with driver Kenny L. Godwin. The officer noted a scent of alcohol as well as an open beer can in the truck’s center console. Godwin was arrested and his truck towed before he was taken to the station and charged with failure to signal, open container, consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle and physical control.
Wendy Grimm reported that Pat Moore grabbed her purse as she and her husband were about to give Moore a ride in their truck at 2 p.m. June 10. Grimm said Moore took her wallet from the purse, leaving the rest and running toward Center Street behind the post office. Officers checked there and other areas without success. The following day, Moore called the station, saying he had been in Weirton on June 10. He was advised to come in and give a statement. According to Grimm, Moore stole $230 cash, plus her driver’s license, Walmart card and her bank card.
Police were called at 10 p.m. June 9 to an apartment in Shoub Towers by Daniel Wilcox, who states that Annette Slaughter pushed her way into his father’s apartment, yelling about a previous incident. Wilcox said he simply wanted the report on file. Officers advised all parties to stay away from one another.
At 10:30 p.m. June 7, Sidni Livolsi reported that an unknown person stole a 32-inch television, Xbox 360 game system and a controller from the 18th Street home of Elizabeth Ward at 10 p.m. on June 5. Livolsi had reportedly picked up Ward’s children for babysitting and failed to lock the door when she left the Ward home. Witnesses reported seeing a white male enter the house at 9:50 p.m. and exit soon thereafter carrying unknown items south on Clark Avenue. Police spoke to Ward, who confirmed the stolen items.
Josephine Lee came to the station at 11 a.m. June 6 and reported that her credit card and $100 cash had been stolen from her vehicle on Clark Avenue, with the card being used to purchase concert tickets. Lee stated a Derik Thompson was responsible, and she asserted the tickets would be coming to an address in East Liverpool.