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East Liverpool Police Reports, 2-11

February 11, 2011
The Review

- On Tuesday morning, Nelson Hawkinberry reported someone stole his red 1998 Ford Ranger while it was parked on Laura Avenue.

- After a vehicle stop near the intersection of McKinnon and St. Clair avenues on Tuesday morning, an officer discovered Sheena M. Gibson, 29, had a warrant for her arrest out of East Liverpool's court. According to the report, due to a lack of available manpower, Gibson was not taken to the county jail but was allowed to sign a recognizance bond to appear in court Wednesday. According to the report, Gibson did not appear in court.

- On Tuesday evening, officers responded to a disturbance along McKinnon Avenue. Several neighbors were reportedly going to fight. All parties involved were advised to file charges if needed.

- McKinnon Avenue resident Susan Cain reported Tuesday evening the theft of items from her front door.

- At 7:01 p.m. Tuesday, officers went to a Heights Manor apartment building due to a report of someone smoking marijuana. Officers detected a faint odor of burnt marijuana in a hallway but could not locate its origin.

- At 9:52 p.m. Tuesday, three people were arrested on outstanding warrants following a traffic stop near the Vista Motel along state Route 7. After making the traffic stop, an officer arrested Randy J. Callehan, 19; Rick J. Willis Jr., 19; and Patrick L. Griffith, 31.

- On Tuesday at 11:02 p.m., officers assisted the Liverpool Township Police Department by looking for a suspect vehicle at the downtown Giant Eagle parking lot. The persons inside the vehicle were wanted for a township house burglary. As officers approached a vehicle, a male, later identified as Shawn Cunningham, quickly walked away. Cunningham was stopped and reportedly told an officer that he had nothing to do with any stealing. The vehicle was parked alongside another occupied by Frank Flaherty, according to a report. A hypodermic needle was found inside Flaherty's pants pocket, according to the report. A small bag of suspected heroin and a spoon were found inside the vehicle. Flaherty had a summons for petty theft out of East Liverpool. The suspected drug items were confiscated and sent for testing. The investigation is still active, and information will be presented to the grand jury at a later date.

- St. Clair Avenue resident Kasie L. Glendenning reported Wednesday afternoon that someone damaged her window frame with a paint ball.

- At 8:18 a.m. Thursday, three people reported their cars were hit by paint balls. The vehicles were parked along Jennings Avenue.



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