Highway Patrol Reports

Mitchell Lacey, 53, Thompson Avenue, East Liverpool, was traveling southeast on U.S. Route 30 in Madison Township Saturday morning when he struck a deer crossing the roadway. The deer was not located, but Lacey complained of arm and back injuries and drove himself to ELCH.

n Timmy Miller, 47, Cleveland, was driving a 2017 International Durastar west on Georgetown Road Saturday morning when it struck a railroad overpass. The roof and sides of the truck were heavily damaged, according to reports, which indicated he was hauling 1,700 scrap water meters. The report also noted there were three warning signs stating the overpass is 12 feet, 6 inches high, while the truck is 13 feet, 1 inch tall. Miller was cited for failure to obey traffic devices.

While eastbound on Winona Road in Butler Township Saturday morning, a vehicle driven by Sean P. Fox, 19, Winona Road, Salem, went off the left side of the roadway and struck a ditch. The Winona Fire Department responded and soaked up a small amount of fuel that could be seen in the water. Fox was cited for failure to control.

Kacie E. Bailey, 30, North Ellsworth Avenue, Salem, was traveling northeast on Georgetown Road Saturday morning when her vehicle went off the right side of the roadway, striking a ditch  and culvert and sideswiping a pole. She and her 1-year-old daughter Regina Ramos, same address, were transported to SRMC by Damascus EMS. Bailey was cited for failure to control.

While southbound on Lower Elkton Road Thursday afternoon, Joseph Novak, 72, Adams Road, Lisbon, began to make a left turn onto Southern Avenue when his vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Sandra S. Earley, 68, Lower Elkton Road, Columbiana, who had stopped at a stop sign on Southern Avenue then proceeded into the intersection.

Stephanie R. Malik, 40, Harvey Avenue, Lisbon, was traveling southeast on St. Jacob-Logtown Road in Center Township Wednesday evening when she lost control of her vehicle. The vehicle ran off the roadway, striking a utility pole and guy wire. Malik was cited for failure to control.