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East Liverpool Police Reports for 3-5

March 5, 2011
The Review

At 3:45 p.m. Monday, Jodi L. Wilson, 25, was taken into custody at her Woodland Hills residence due to an outstanding warrant. John R. Chan, 28, was found hiding upstairs, according to a report. Chan was on the no-trespass list and charged with trespassing.

On Tuesday morning, an officer went to East Liverpool High School after a student reported someone removed $80 from his locker while he was in gym class.

At 11:10 p.m. Tuesday, Darrell Davis was cited for driving a vehicle with defective exhaust. The traffic stop occurred on North Shady Lane Drive.

On Wednesday afternoon, Pennsylvania Avenue resident Emily L. Smith reported someone threw gravel on her vehicle's front windshield causing it to crack.

At 11:35 p.m. Wednesday, a bartender at Wilk's 606 along Dresden Avenue called the police department to have Don Talbert Jr. removed because he was reportedly starting fights. Talbert had left before officers arrived, but he was seen walking near the bar and told not to return.

Officers went to a Riley Avenue home Thursday morning after a grandmother reported her 12-year-old granddaughter would not go to school. The student said she was ill. Officers spoke to the girl's mother who said she was driving to the location to take her daughter to the doctor's office.

At 2:08 p.m. Thursday, an officer took a report regarding an incident between a North Surry Road resident and her new boyfriend. The female resident said her soon-to-be ex-husband threatened her and her new boyfriend. An officer contacted the suspect and said it was the new boyfriend who threatened to do bodily harm.

Joshua L. Rudder, 20, went to the police station and turned himself in at 7:26 p.m. Thursday. There were three outstanding warrants against him, and he was also served with a no trespass notice for Woodland Hills apartments.

Amanda Kiger, 37, was cited for driving without a license following a traffic stop Friday at 12:35 a.m. near the intersection of Jackson and Sixth streets.

On Friday morning, Lincoln Avenue resident Kevin M. Dries reported a lost or stolen license plate from a utility trailer.

Steven M. Gerace, 55, was charged with criminal trespass at 7:54 a.m. Friday. Gerace was reportedly seen at the downtown Giant Eagle and on the parking lot after being told numerous times he was not permitted there, according to a report.

On Friday morning, Gardendale Street resident Elicia D. Travis reported someone threw her picnic table over a hillside.

Officers went to a West Fourth Street home after Carol M. Cronin reported someone entered the home during the past week and went through drawers and boxes. No items were reported missing.

 
 

 

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