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East Liverpool Police 9-30

September 30, 2010
The Review

- Sheren S. Stierwalt, 30, no address listed, reported Tuesday afternoon being assaulted by a man she knows when she went to a West Eighth Street residence to pick up her children. Marissa Kellogg, no age or address listed, also reported the same man grabbed and threw her 2-year-old child. The man left prior to officers' arrival.

- A man called Tuesday concerned about his sister, who had not left her bed for several days. Officers went to her Lisbon Street home and the woman agreed to go to the hospital if her son took her.

- Tara Matts, age and address not listed, reported Monday a woman she knows came to her workplace at Sparkle Market and put wrappers and an empty cup on her vehicle. They exchanged words over a male they have in common. She was advised to file charges.

- Heidi Potts, no age or address listed, asked officers Tuesday morning to escort her to a residence so she could get her belongings. She was advised only two officers were on duty and to call later in the day than 5:30 a.m. to ask for such assistance. She was told if the man harms her belongings, as he threatened, to file charges.

- Alice Seibert, Wilbert Avenue, reported someone has used her credit card since August to make online purchases totaling nearly $1,000. She has canceled the credit card.

- Employees at Dollar General reported Monday the bank notified them that a counterfeit $20 bill had been deposited with their receipts, having been received from a customer.

- Karen Bertschy, 44, West Fourth Street, reported Monday having been assaulted Sunday by a man she knows. She did not want charges filed, just a report.

- Officers responded behind the Dairy Queen where Robert Quimby, 40, no address listed, needed medical assistance. Tri-County Ambulance transported him to the hospital.

- Jessie Madison, 42, no address listed, was cited after reportedly turning left in front of a police cruiser driven by Patrolman Robert Ramsey, nearly causing a collision at the intersection of Webber Way and Dresden Avenue. The actual charge was not reported.

- Police responded to the Town Tavern at 1:34 a.m. Monday where they reportedly found Emmitt McComas, no age or address listed, bleeding from the nose. He was highly intoxicated and reported being punched in the nose by a person he knows. He was advised how to file charges.

- Jannette Todd reported rental property she owns on Ogden Street damaged Sunday after tenants moved. A pool deck and screen were damaged, but Todd told police she does not believe the tenants did it.

- Callen B. Owen, St. Clair Avenue, reported Tuesday receiving calls for several weeks from a man who knows Owen's girlfriend. He was advised how to file charges and to change his phone number.

 
 

 

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