Police were advised around 1:45 p.m. Wednesday that an emergency squad was needed for a juvenile at a West Main Street residence. The juvenile was transported to East Liverpool for treatment.
While preparing to respond to a call June 15, police were met at the station by a man who asked to be arrested. The man said he knew that he was going to prison, his life was ruined, his girlfriend threw him out, and he was now home less. He then stated that he was going to beat up the subject who had blamed him. Police then de-escalated the situation by warning him that he was only making things worse on himself, and after the subject calmed down he was sent on his way. After diffusing the situation police where advised that the other call had been handled by the Columbiana County Sheriff's Department.
Police were advised that the fire department responded June 14 to a West Main Street home for the drug overdose of a adult female, and then where immediately called back for the overdose of a small child. Firefighters told police the inside of the home was unfit for children because it was filled with trash and crawling with roaches, and that the outside of the home was surrounded by trash. Police are investigating the mater.
Dispatch advised around 1 p.m. June 13 of a private property accident at Sherwood and McGavern Road. Upon arrival, I found the woman who called police holding a small child. She advised that she had just returned from the store and was inside while her granddaughter was playing outside. She stated that she left her keys in the ignition and her granddaughter must have turned the ignition on, put the car into neutral and it went over the hill. The officer asked her if her granddaughter was OK. She advised that she was. The officer then observed tracks in the yard just to the east of the apartment. The woman advised the vehicle was over the hill. The officer walked over the hill and saw that the vehicle was approximately 100 feet down the hill and in between two trees. He took photos of the tracks and the vehicle over the hill. He inspected the vehicle and found there was no key in the ignition.
Around 10:30 a.m. on June 13, an officer went to a residence on Salineville Road., West, to check on a 9-1-1 hangup. The officer was unable to make contact with anyone at the residence and found all doors and windows to be secure. A neighbor advised that the mother of one of the residents lived just down the hroad. The officer conted the mother and she came to the house with a key. The officer reported there were no problems at the residence. There were several other 9-1-1 hangup calls from that residence, and police determined the cause was a phone system technical issue because of work being done on the phone lines.
Police responded to 301 Water Street on June 13 for a custody/civil complaint. The caller advised that she wanted to take her kids with her, but her boyfriend, the babies' father, would not let her. Police stood by while the she retrieved her belongings. Police also spoke with the boyfriend and advised him that since there was no court order establishing custody, the children had to go with the mother. He advised he understood and stated that he would get an attorney and establish custody.
Around 11:30 p.m. on June 12, police were called to assist the Ohio State Highway Patrol with a report of a man and woman fighting at the intersection of State Route 164 and State Route 39. Police arrived, and after checking the area thoroughly, found no one.
Police responded to a Jefferson Street residence to check on a 9-1-1 hangup call. They checked the residence and found no one home. The property was secure.