East Liverpool Police Reports
Officers were dispatched May 30 to a Jackson Street residence in response to a Hancock County W.Va. 911 in which the caller stated there was an emergency and then hung up. Officers indicated there is no such address on Jackson Street so they instead responded to a Jackman Street address, and made contact with the resident there who said all was fine and those in the home were sleeping.
A Ms. Kordecki came on station May 30 to report receiving harassing phone calls and text messages from an ex-boyfriend.
Officers received a call May 30 about a man wearing a hospital gown walking along St. Clair Avenue. The ER at City Hospital advised dispatch the named man left the ER with the gown because he had no shirt. Officers made contact with the man, who was pushing a bike, and asked if he was OK. He said he was fine and was headed home.
Mark Oiler Sr., Thompson Avenue, told officers May 30 he was having problems with his teen son, age 16, who reportedly broke Mr. Oiler’s phone. Mr. Oiler said he didn’t want to get in trouble for disciplining his son, so he called police. He stated his son is on probation and was seeing a probation officer the following day and will shown him the phone.
Christopher Miller, Avondale Street, reported May 30 his wallet was stolen from his vehicle while parked at his residence. He stated his girlfriend noticed the vehicle had been entered and the wallet was missing from where it had been stored. Miller stated there was no damage to the vehicle or any signs of forced entry. No other items appeared missing. Miller stated he may have left the vehicle unlocked since its alarm was not sounded.
Dispatch received a noise complaint May 30 concerning an Avondale Street residence. Officers arrived and spoke with Jason Call, the homeowner, who had a controlled fire in his backyard and people swimming in a pool. He was advised to quiet down or stop the party. He apologized and said he would comply.
Officers observed suspicious activity May 30 at a Smithfield Street residence, and spoke with a female occupant. While knocking on the front door, a named male exited the rear entrance and was confronted by other law enforcement personnel, who reported seeing animal feces on the floor of the basement and thick flies present. The male was found to be on the trespass list but it could not be confirmed he was served with CMHA paperwork.