Lisbon Police Reports
Marky from South Lincoln Avenue reported Oct. 24 a raccoon was out in the daylight acting strange. Police were unable to corral the raccoon, but a neighbor said they would trap it and get rid of it.
Michaelean Laflam, West Washington Street, reported Friday her husband, Larry Cloud, was blocking her car in the driveway because she owed him money. Police spoke with Larry Cloud, who said he was trying to work something out with Laflam’s boyfriend. Police told Laflam to go inside and allow Cloud to talk with her boyfriend.
Kirk Sandoe, East Washington Street, reported at 8:35 a.m. Monday a commercial truck was parked on a new sidewalk that was just installed three days before. Police spoke with Bowman’s Tree Service, which had already moved the truck.
Melanie K. Hiner, 46, Grafton Road, Leetonia, was cited for failure to stop an assured cleared distance after she drove into the rear of a stopped vehicle operated by James H. Davis, 57, of Bergholz, at the intersection of state Route 164 and state Route 517 at 5:10 p.m. Monday.
Matthew R. Derenburger, 27, Lower Elkton Road, Lisbon, was cited for failure to stop an assured distance after driving into the rear of a vehicle operated by Tabitha N. Lively, 34, Applegate Road, Lisbon, on North Market Street at 3:34 p.m. Friday.
Police were called to the area of West Lincoln Way at 4:23 p.m. Sunday for a report of a child walking in the street with a bow and arrow and pointing it at cars. Police checked but did not see the child.
Police were called to Shenanigan’s Pub on South Jefferson Street at 11:30 p.m. Saturday for a report of a noise complaint. Police told the owner of the complaint and he agreed to turn the music down. Police returned at 1 a.m. for another report of loud noise and again warned the owner, who agreed to turn the music down.
Police were called to the 200 block of West Washington Street at 1:17 p.m. Saturday for a report of a woman banging on the homeowner’s door. Police met with Michaelea Laflam, who said a woman was banging on the door and saying that the car in the driveway was hers and took the gas cap. Police spoke to other woman’s son at the scene and he said his mother had not been taking her medication and was acting differently. Police were able to contact the woman, who said that she was taking her medication and had a doctor’s appointment on Monday. She returned the gas cap. Police told her not to return to Laflam’s home or take anything from the car, as it was not hers.
Police were called to the 215 East Lincoln Way at 11:43 p.m. Saturday for a request that police check to see if Katelynn Ann Geesy was there. Jay Farrow, Geesy’s boyfriend, told police he had not seen or heard from Geesy in several weeks. The woman was not at the home and a missing persons report was filed with the Canton Police Department by Geesy’s aunt.
Police were called to the area of Pritchard and Chestnut at 9 p.m. Friday for a report of several people hiding behind a shed at the home next to Heim Sheet Metal. Police did not see anyone there.
Anna Shell, East Lincoln Way, was cited for public intoxication at 9:43 p.m. Friday.
Police were called to the Shale Tavern on state Route 154 at 12:29 a.m. Saturday for a report that two men were banging on the door. Police spoke with the men who said they were staying at the Days Inn and were just trying to get some food.
A caller reported youths at the basketball court off Cedar Street were swearing at 5:18 p.m Oct. 24. No one was swearing when police arrived, but the people still there were warned.
Justin Duffy from the tattoo shop on West Lincoln Way called at 4:23 p.m. Friday to complain about cars honking and someone from across the street who made some threatening comment about the health department inspecting his business if the loud music did not cease. Duffy said the loud music was coming from another location down the street. The cars are apparently honking as they pass the county Republican Party headquarters located across the street. Duffy, who said the health department was free to visit his business anytime, advised that the honking is very annoying and he will be glad when it is over.
A caller reported a girl was walking along state Route 517 at 3:29 p.m. Oct. 25. Police found an 11-year-old girl on Churchill Road who was walking home after basketball practice was canceled.
A clerk from Smith Oil reported three boys shoplifted candy from the store on Sunday. The security video showed two of them stuffing candy into their hooded sweatshirt pocket, sleeves and pants. The other boy paid for a can of pop.
Stacey Llewellyn, state Route 517, Lisbon, reported backing into a vehicle being driven by Rebecca Young, Mullins Street, Salem, in the Circle K parking lot at 2:55 p.m. Tuesday.
Brianne Jackson, Old Fredericktown Road, East Liverpool, reportedly struck a deer on state Route 154 about 10 p.m. Monday.
Robert Bishop, state Route 172, Lisbon, reported Tuesday a 16-year-old girl stole his dog tags after he met her at the village park and she would not return them. Police later determined the dog tags had been left at the high school, and the parties were told to stay away from each other.
A resident of Garfield Street, reported Tuesday his daughter threw something at his face, cutting him. The daughter was taken to the county juvenile detention facility.
A woman staying at the Fleming House residential drug rehabilitation treatment center for females reported Wednesday her 5-year-old son was dropped off by her ex-boyfriend’s girlfriend and he was found to have bruises on his temple, ear and buttocks. The matter was referred to Children Services, which told her to start by calling East Liverpool police since the girlfriend lives there.
Police were called to 317 E. Chestnut St. at 4:28 p.m. Wednesday about a 9-year-old boy who had supposedly fallen into a pit on the hillside behind the residence and they could find him. Ten to 15 people were already searching for the youth, but to no avail. Fifteen minutes later the youth came home, saying he walked down the hill and decided to come back another route.