Bobbi J. Moman, 31, Clark Avenue, Wellsville, was cited for failure to control Tuesday after her northbound vehicle struck a puddle on state Route 7, hydroplaned, and went off the left side of the road, striking the median barrier then going off the right side, striking a guardrail.
While eastbound on Bradshaw Avenue Sunday, Dawn R. Adkins, 39, Anderson Avenue, Wellsville, was reportedly fumbling in her purse looking for a cell phone when her vehicle struck a parked van owned by Charles A. Adkins, Densmore Avenue.
A caller reported an alarm going off in a Jeep on Alton Street, and officers found the passenger door open and back window smashed, with the speakers moved. The owner found nothing missing. Several other vehicles appeared to have been entered and Holly K. Reynolds said her CD player was missing. A pickup truck carrying scrap was stopped, but the driver denied breaking into the vehicles and nothing from the vehicles was found inside. However, the truck was towed due to its unsafe condition, with officers having spoken earlier to the driver about the truck's condition.
Officers were called to the Dairy Queen for an irate customer, who complained to them about his lengthy wait, the service and quality of the food, saying he was dissatisfied and let it be known to the manager, who told him to leave. He was advised by officers to leave and not return.
John W. Seevers, Center Street, reported coming home to find his front door open and weapons and cash stolen.
Kristy Crews, Riverview Street, reported a tire flattened on her vehicle by someone.
Emma Weyand, McKinnon Avenue, reported a neighbor in front of her home, screaming at her about a parking place. Glenn Collins said she started yelling at him. They were advised to stay away from each other.
Vincent E. Emler, Avondale Street, reported that, while working, her home was entered by using a ladder from a swing set out of a yard next door.
Robert A. Riggs, East Ninth Street, saw a man in a black hoody near his garage who then left in a vehicle.
Susan Wilson, West Fourth Street, reported an unknown man on her porch cursing at her. The man told officers he was looking for the woman who lives next door and left with no further problems.
Rachelle Greathouse, Edgewood Street, found the back door of her home kicked in and her home ransacked. A Wii, Playstation 3 and athletic jerseys were reported missing.
A laptop was reported missing by Lisa Wires, West Ninth Street, who told officers a neighbor had seen her daughter trying to get into a window and door with a credit card. The neighbor saw her daughter leave with a cooler and then return a short while later with the cooler.