After a complaint about two vehicles blocking the entrance to Riverview Cemetery, officers arrived to find two men exiting one vehicle and a woman sitting in the other. The two men were uncertain if their vehicle was insured and both were acting nervously, circling back and forth behind the rear of the vehicle. A rolled-up piece of plastic baggy was found at the feet of one of the men, Angelo M. Luckino, 41, Hammond Park Drive, Wellsville, partially stuffed underneath a tire. Officers found suspected drug residue inside the baggy. The other man, Patrick Brandt, 39, Lake City, Florida, had an outstanding warrant and was taken into custody. Hancock County Sheriff's Department brought its K-9 unit to the scene, and the dog reportedly alerted on several areas. Officers found a syringe when the driver's side door was opened and two stuffed underneath the carpeting, as well as two others in a sunglass compartment, according to reports. Since Luckino was in possession of the vehicle, whose owner was listed as Gina Amato, Lincoln Avenue, Wellsville, he was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. The complainant, Cindy Scarabino, requested that the vehicle be towed.
Dispatched Sunday to a domestic dispute on May Street, officer reported finding several children yelling at Robert D. Buzzard, 39, of that address, telling him to leave. Officers said Kristy L. Steed, 41, had red marks at the base of her nose and reported Buzzard began arguing with her about a boy she dated 20-some years ago. The report noted Steed and Buzzard have been together 23 years and have several children together, although not married. Steed said he grabbed her face and pushed her over a table, which is when the children jumped on him to make him stop. He was charged with domestic violence.
Katelyn L. Straub, 22, North Shady Lane, was charged with no operator's license after she reportedly pulled her vehicle in front of a van driven by Mary L. Hadorn, 64, Spring Street, who was southbound on Lisbon Street.
A truck driven by Larry E. Hanlin, 24, Steubenville, was pulling from a parking space in the Giant Eagle lot when it reportedly struck the roof of the 1st National Community Bank, damaging the soffit, fascia and gutters.