St. Clair Township Police Reports
Called to Taco Bell for an argument, officer found the vehicle involved had been moved to Wendy’s across the street. There, Wendy’s employees said it appeared the passenger in the vehicle may be overdosing. Officers said the driver, Charlene M. Peace, 28, no address listed, had a pill bottle protruding from her blouse, where she had tried to hide it in her bra. While handing it to officers, Peace reportedly tried to conceal a pinch-off bag that was inside the bottle and also had other pill bottles in her purse containing Adderall and valium she said she had just picked up from the pharmacy for her friend. Officers said, however, there was no pharmacy bag and the Adderall bottle was half empty after having just been picked up an hour before. She was charged with no operator’s license, with other charges possible once testing is complete on the pills.
Officers responded to Cannons Mill Road where Grace A. Foster reported her daughter discovered the plastic and screen cut on her house, after which Foster checked her purse and found money missing. Officers have a person of interest in the case.
During a traffic stop, officers reported the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle and the passenger, Michael W. Stoffel, 57, no address reported, was charged with possession of marijuana.
While northbound on Sprucevale Road, Conner J. Hall, 19, South Park Circle, reported he swerved to miss a deer but struck the deer. He was cited with failure to control and transported to East Liverpool City Hospital by North Star Critical Care.
Cathy Ingledue, 62, Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road, reported a possible case of computer fraud.
While southbound on St. Clair Avenue, Judymae L. Shaffer, 70, Maine Boulevard, East Liverpool, drove off the right side of the road, striking a stop sign and street sign. Her 2015 Jeep continued on, striking head-on the Davis Professional Building. She and her passenger, William R. Shaffer, were both transported to St. Elizabeth Medical Center, she by Lifeteam ambulance and he by North Star ambulance. Their car was towed by Calcutta Towing.