St. Clair Township Police
Dispatched Thursday to Walmart for a fight, officers found Weadon Wright, 83, no address listed, sitting in his vehicle. He told them he was entering the parking lot from Dresden Avenue when a man behind him began blowing his horn and yelling at him. Wright stopped his vehicle and got out to ask what was wrong, and the man said he was driving too slowly. The other man then shoved Wright, knocking him to the ground, where he struck his head and lost his glasses, which broke.
Officers responded to Dale Street with Lifeteam EMS where an elderly man was found deceased. Nothing suspicious was found, and officers reported the man had several health problems.
Responding to Bell School Road for two suspicious people, officers found a man and woman dressed in black, walking, but neither had warrants and they were transported to Calcutta. The male told officers he had shot up heroin a few hours prior and didn’t feel well, and he was treated with a dose of Narcan by Lifeteam EMS then transported to East Liverpool City Hospital. The female was transported to her mother’s house on Moore Avenue.
Brandi Headrick, 30, Irish Ridge Road, reported a man she knows changed all her email, Facebook and Snapchat accounts and has been calling her from various phone numbers. Officers were unable to contact him by phone.
An officer was flagged down Friday by a person saying he had been approached by a man with a gas can, asking for money because his vehicle was out of gas. He gave the man a few dollars and watched as he walked to the Get Go station then walk away without buying gasoline. Officers located the man near Burger King and identified him as Travis Lowther, 41, no address listed, who had an outstanding warrant for passing bad checks. He reportedly admitted asking for gas money, saying he had decided to walk to the BP station since gas was cheaper there. When taken into custody on the warrant, Lowther had $40 in cash in his pockets, according to officers.