Micheal T. Gibson, 34, New Cumberland, W.Va., was cited for failure to control after he reportedly went off the left side of the street, over the sidewalk and into the post office parking lot. His vehicle struck a parked pickup truck owned by Joseph Angelo, New Middletown, which was pushed into a parked SUV owned by Sue Allison, Foulks Drive. Gibson was reported to have been having a medical issue, possibly a seizure, and was transported to the hospital by Lifeteam ambulance.
Mandy Mattern, West Seventh Street, reported $400 taken from her home Thursday.
Shelly B. Coil, Elm Street, found three Wii games missing after a neighbor had been in her home, according to reports.
Officers were asked to check the home of Kim Banik, St. Clair Avenue, after she found strange tools on the porch and the front door open. No one was found inside.
Tammie Santiago, Market Street, reported she and her stepdaughter are being threatened by a man they know via text message.
Cindy Lynn, Blossom Hill Apartments, was treated at East Liverpool City Hospital after reportedly being assaulted by a person she knows Saturday. She was advised to contact the law director about filing charges.
A window was broken out of an empty house on Paul's Lane owned by Kelly Bryarly.
Teresa L. Kennedy, Wilbert Avenue, complained to police that it was their responsibility to lock up her house after she had been arrested earlier in the evening. She said her home was broken into and her prescription medication taken.
Craig A. Swartzlander, First Avenue, reported he found his vehicle spray-painted with graffiti, including "Sly Fox" and "Rafe," and police said several businesses were found with the same type of graffiti.
Teresa A. Anderson, Cadmus Street, reported finding a tire slashed after hearing a lot of banging noises outside her home.