12:00 a.m. - Police responded to an anonymous call regarding a loose iguana in the first court of Independence Square. Officers found the lizard, measuring 4 feet in length, in a pine tree on the property nearby. The Wellsville Fire Department was contacted to send a ladder truck to retrieve the iguana, which was subsequently taken to the village dog pound.
12:35 a.m. - Officers responded to Commerce Street and spoke with Randy Crook, who stated he had witnessed Sherry Scarabino, 1024 Commerce St., slash the tire of a minivan parked nearby. Police contacted the owner of the vehicle, Randy Ross, 1016 Commerce St., about the incident. Following his request to press charges against Scarabino, police arrested her without incident at her residence and charged her with criminal damaging.
12:45 p.m. - John E. Bowles, 37, 856 Aten Ave., Wellsville, was cited for failure to yield and driving under suspension after he drove his 1998 Dodge Ram out of his driveway onto Aten Avenue, striking the side of a 2000 Jeep Cherokee driven by Natasha N. Dawson, 25, 20729 Sixteen School Road, Irondale. Dawson was taken to East Liverpool City Hospital by her father, Jeff Dawson, for minor injuries.
4:30 p.m. - Police were called to the Pete Amato Real Estate Agency, 555 Main St., for a possible break-in in progress. Officers arrived to find Gina Amato sitting in her vehicle behind the building. She claimed to have been sleeping in her car. No evidence of any forced entry was found at the building. Officers told Amato she was not permitted on the property and advised that she leave. After a brief protest, she complied and drove away.
9:00 p.m. - Christie Thrasher called police regarding a burglary at her Sixth Street residence. She told officers she had been away from the house from 8:25 to 8:45 p.m. and returned to discover both the front and rear doors open. Police found no forced entry apparent on either door. Thrasher stated that a 32-inch flat-screen TV and a video game system were the only items missing.