Lisbon Police Reports

Tina Williams reported Thursday she has yet to receive money from a GoFundMe account set up to help pay for the funeral of her father, who died in July. Williams said her sister’s friend, who lives in Lisbon, offered to set up the account, which raised $210, but she has yet to turn the money over to the family. Police spoke with Heather Marcum, who said she did not have the time to mail the money to Williams’ sister. Police told Marcum to do so within a week or she would be charged with theft.

Michaelean Laflam, West Washington Street, called for police at 1:13 p.m. Tuesday because she wanted her mother-in-law removed because she threatened her while they were arguing. Marsha Reckner made arrangements for someone to pick her up and she waited on the porch until her ride arrived.

Erin N. Blackburn, Churchill Road, backed into a vehicle being driven by John A. Lane III of Butler, Pa., in a private parking lot on North Market Street at 3 p.m. Tuesday.

Police were called to a home on state Route 164 at 5 p.m. Tuesday, where a man reported his teenage son punched a hole in the wall before leaving. Once at the residence, Charles Weyand and other family members declined to provide statements because they did not want to cause problems for the youth.