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East Liverpool Police Reports 8-28

August 28, 2012
The Review

Jason S. Greathouse, 28, address not listed, was charged Saturday with burglary after reportedly leaving a residence on Park Avenue, after which a television was reported missing. A witness reported seeing Greathouse running down the alley with a TV and officers then came upon him carrying one, which he said he bought on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Joseph R. Garwood, 24, Ridgeway Road, and Amber M. Mazza, 31, East Sixth Street, were both charged with domestic violence Sunday morning after officers were called to East Fifth Street and reportedly found them and another woman screaming in the street. There were several beer cans and bottles, as well as packages of frozen hamburger lying in the street, officers reported. Garwood's mother told them her son and Mazza had been in an altercation and she tried to intervene and was assaulted.

Craig Swartzlander, address not listed, was charged Friday with operating a prohibited vehicle on a roadway after an officer reported seeing him driving a four-wheeler down First Avenue after having been advised several days before not to be riding on the street. They reported having had numerous complaints about him racing up and down the street.

Angel M. Potts, 19, and David J. Sisco, 22, were both taken into custody on outstanding warrants after officers responded Thursday to a Marcus Street residence in response to a tip regarding a burglary. There, a woman let them into the home, where they reported finding several things matching the description of items taken in the burglary.

Gene Stryffeler, Beechwood Street, reported Saturday his pickup truck drifted through his yard and into a tree, causing heavy damage to the vehicle.

Responding to a report of a woman screaming for hours at a First Avenue residence, officers found a woman with mental issues for whom they said it is common to scream at imagined people. She was calmed and taken to a neighbor's home.

Floyd G. Weyand, Anderson Boulevard, reported a stereo stolen from his car while it was parked at the New Dimension parking lot.

Joseph Yount, Lincoln Avenue, reported his son's yellow bicycle taken.

Shawna I. Spencer, Beechwood Street, reported her son's bicycle stolen from the yard.

Janice L. Snyder, Thompson Avenue, reported her home entered and nothing missing but a plate of spaghetti removed from the refrigerator and spilled onto the kitchen floor.

 
 

 

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