Teri from the Days Inn called for an officer at 9:32 a.m. Saturday because there was a group of customers she wanted removed due to lack of payment.
Pamela Gatrell called at 12:28 a.m. Saturday in regard to a fight on Jefferson Street. Police determined one person had been assaulted, and witnesses said that some people fled the seen before their arrival. The victim was identified as Scott Carrocci, who had a bloody nose.
A caller reported there was loud music by the bike trail on Morrison Street at 11:15 p.m. Friday. Police heard loud music from inside a residence, and the owner, Charles Bowyer, agreed to keep the noise down.
A caller reported someone on East Washington Street had been yelling for the past half hour at 7:28 p.m. Friday. The caller was concerned because there were children in the house.
Ian Catlett reported Friday he loaned his truck to Richard Boligner and then the truck broke down. Catlett said he went to Boligner's home on West Chestnut Street to retrieve his truck, they got into an argument and Boligner reportedly kicked his vehicle.
Regina Callis, West Washington Street, reported Thursday there were two people trying to remove some cats from her neighbor's property, and Callis said she has people who want the cats. This was followed by a call from Shannon Gates, who reported being threatened by a neighbor while taking cats from the West Washington Street property.
A clerk at Smith Oil reported a motorist in a blue Ford F-150 drove off without paying for $40 in gas.
A customer at Smith Oil reported observing someone who appeared drunk get into a red Geo Tracker and drive away at 4 p.m. Thursday.
A clerk at Smith Oil reported someone in a red Ford pickup truck drove away without paying for $20 in gas at 6 p.m. Thursday.
A clerk at Smith Oil reported someone driving a blue Cavalier drove off without paying for $15 in gas at 7:16 p.m. Saturday.
A caller reported a mother was threatening her daughter on Greentree Place at 8:37 p.m. Saturday.
Leetonia police reported at 12:55 a.m. Sunday a Lisbon man named Kenny keeps calling and saying, "Kenny is good" and then "Kenny is not good." The dispatcher offered to call someone to get him help but he refused. A half hour later, the man called Leetonia police and told them "Kenny needs help now!" so two police officers and an ambulance were sent to the North Market Street address.
Police responded to a reported fight in the Circle K parking lot at 2 a.m. Sunday. Police found Jonathan Bellanca lying in the parking lot, and he told them he had been at a bar downtown and they took his phone and ordered him leave. Bellanca was a bit hazy on the details, but a witness said he saw two people in Jeep Wrangler get out and assault Bellanca, who was taken by ambulance to the hospital.
An employee of Sugar Construction reported having problems with a resident on Cedar Street on Thursday afternoon. The workers were putting down topsoil and grass seed after installing storm sewers when Ed Day parked is car in their path. Day said the car was on his property, and the village attorney will determine if the property in question is within the village right-of-way.
Nico Baker and Cindel Sheppard reported Thursday someone stole their boxer dog from their vehicle while it parked at county juvenile court. They said the windows were nearly all the way down and they left water in the vehicle for the dog. After checking the parking lot surveillance camera, Baker and Sheppard recognized who took the dog and they retrieved it from the person. The couple said they want to pursue charges.
Bob Durbin from the county engineer's office reported Thursday the public restrooms at the train station had been vandalized again. The security camera showed three boys and two girls going in and out several times.