Charges are pending in Juvenile Court against a boy who allegedly admitting breaking into a vehicle owned by Anthony Coles, Pennsylvania Avenue. Coles reported the vehicle broken into and items taken, including about $3 in change.
Wanda Donahue, Lincoln Avenue, reported her son, Donald Watson, brought home a man he met at a downtown tavern and the man took a 42-inch television from her home. Due to poor vision, Donahue was unable to describe the man, and her son was too intoxicated to describe him, other than to say he was white, according to reports.
Donald Boyd reported coming to check on a Waterloo Street home he is renovating and found two men running from inside into the woods. It appeared they were squatting in the home, according to reports.
Called to a domestic dispute on Lisbon Street, officers were told by Amy Crummitt, 38, her live-in boyfriend had struck her in the face then left. She just wanted to gather her belongings and leave and signed a refusal to file charges. She left with a friend.
A company vehicle owned by Grand Ford, was parked on Etruria Street in front of an employee's home when Jesus C. Davis, 39, Lisbon Street, reportedly backed his vehicle from a private drive, into the vehicle.
A parked vehicle owned by Lisa M. Pelley, Alton Street, was struck by a hit-skip vehicle on Alton Street. It was possibly a gold Neon, according to reports.
Vehicles driven by Warren M. Hubbard, 59, Alliance, and Linda L. Ragsdale, 54, Toronto, were entering state Route 11 from the state Route 7 entrance ramp when Hubbard slowed and Ragsdale struck his vehicle from the rear.
Benjamin J. Lacey, 23, Orchard Grove, was charged Tuesday night with criminal trespass and obstructing official business after a caller reported seeing a man climb the fire escape on a Fifth Street business. When officers arrived, they reported seeing Lacey climbing from the fire escape on another building owned by New Life Academy. He reportedly told them he was interested in buying the building and was looking into the windows. Lacey became uncooperative when told he should not be doing things with buildings he doesn't own, refusing to give officers his address, according to reports.
Officers were called to East Liverpool City Hospital by a woman who reported she has custody of her daughters but let them go with their dad who is a drug user and dealer. He called to tell her he had the youngest girl at the hospital for a possible broken arm. The mother told officers the girl fell from her bike the previous day but she knew her arm wasn't broken because she could still move it and she is going to school to become a nurse. She also told police her oldest daughter was raped by two men while staying with their dad's girlfriend while he was in prison, and she doesn't want them exposed to the people around him. At the hospital, officers reported the girl had a swollen face, broken lip and injuries to both wrists and confirmed she had fallen from her bike but her mom wouldn't take her to the hospital. She and her sister reportedly said they didn't want to go home with their mom because they would get beaten for going to the hospital, agreeing when officers asked if they get beaten on a regular basis. Children's Services was called and a representative told officers she saw no reason the children could not go with their mother, who has custody. The little girl was treated for a fractured wrist, and officers told her mother to make sure she did follow-up care and to keep her hands off her daughters.
Officers responded to a Grandview Street home for a 54-year-old woman who had reportedly been sitting in the same spot on the couch for five days, in her own feces, drinking heavily. They reported finding four empty gallon bottles of vodka on the floor and several in a closet and a large amount of feces. The woman was transported by North Star Ambulance to the hospital, and Adult Protective Services was called.
While on patrol, an officer reported seeing a vehicle with a broken windshield leave the Vista Motel and stopped it on Lisbon Street. The driver, Robert Chan, 55, was cited for unsafe vehicle; his son, John R. Chan, 29, was taken into custody for two outstanding warrants and then charged with possession of marijuana when reportedly found with a small bag of marijuana.
Called to the emergency room at East Liverpool City Hospital for a patient out of control, officers convinced the woman to calm down and be treated.
An Alton Street resident reported someone possibly in a vacant house next door, but officers found no one. One of the investigating officers stepped on a nail and went to the hospital for treatment.
Beverly Temple, Cadmus Street, reported a person she knows had her husband's car and never returned it and she then learned he had sold it for $200, pretending to be her husband, who is out of state.
Joseph Wellershause, Grant Street, reported his vehicle entered and the contents of the glove compartment thrown on the seat. Nothing appeared to be missing.
Donna Potts, 23, Smithfield Street, was taken into custody after reportedly admitting punching Matthew S. Rudder, 22, in the mouth. The specific charge was not reported.
Eric M. Rohm, 34, no address listed, reported a man he knows came into the building where he was working on his car and assaulted him, accusing him of being a snitch and threatening to bring others back to the location. He was advised the procedure for filing charges with the law director.