Lisbon Village

Todd A. Kemats, 45, East Chestnut Street, was cited for OVI following a traffic stop on McKinley Street at 1:04 a.m. Saturday. Kemats said he has just finished working a long shift at nearby Pondi’s restaurant and estimated he had eight to 10 drinks during that time, with the last drink was about 10 or 11 p.m. Kemats smelled of alcohol, his speech was slurred and he failed the balance test. He was also cited for having a burned out headlight.

Katherine Hipsley, Pendleton Street, reported Sunday losing her CAC military identification card while training for the military. She had reported the loss of CAC through her chain of command.

A caller was concerned about the well being of someone he knows at 4:55 p.m. Sunday. Police went to the residence on West Lincoln Way and learned the man was fine but upset about his love life.Cindy Lautenheiser reported a vacant home for sale on East Washington Street had an open door at 5 p.m. Thursday. Police met the realtor at the residence and searched the house, which also had an open window and a pet entrance that was also open. The house was secured and police left.

Police spoke Thursday to Colton Dean and his sister, Tiffany, with Colton saying he sold his laptop computer to a village resident, who agreed to pay him $10 a month. Colton said the girl only made one payment and then quit. Police told him this was a civil dispute, but he called back later to say the girl returned the laptop and he gave him back her $10.Police were called to a domestic dispute on Pendleton Street at 10:46 p.m. Friday and found Joshua and Nicole Ford, who are in the process of getting a dissolution. Joshua is residing in Leetonia but still owns the house on Pendleton Street where his estranged wife is living. He was asked by police to return home and settle the dispute in court.

The teenage son of Clint Reynolds, South Lincoln Avenue, was followed home from Smith Oil at 10 p.m. Saturday by someone in white pickup truck. The elder Reynolds was contacted and he confronted the driver, telling him to stay away from his son.

A vehicle parked in the roadway on East Lincoln Way was towed at 11:14 a.m. Sunday after police were unable to locate the owner.