Police arrested Tiffany Walls, Pritchard Avenue, Sunday charging her with four counts of theft after complaints that she was breaking into cars along Pritchard Avenue and East Chestnut street, stealing money. According to police, the description given was "a well-known description we had," and they went to Walls' home, where she reportedly confessed.
Vine Street resident Jay Heckathorn reported Sunday morning a man arguing with his parents at Smith Oil, disturbing Heckathorn's sleeping children. Heckathorn told police the man whom he knows spit in his face when told to be quiet. Officers arrived to find no one in the parking lot.
Eric Kibler, West Pine Street, reported finding a note containing biblical sayings in his mailbox. He was advised to bring the note to the police station.
Don Wolfe called to report the mother of his foster children were trying to see them at Smith Oil when she is not supposed to have contact with them. The mother told officers her son was texting her so she had brought him some money. It was found the mother, who was not identified in reports, had an outstanding warrant from Carroll County, and she was taken into custody.
Howard Lightner reported Friday he was walking on North Beaver Street and walked into a low-hanging tree branch, scratching his face. An officer went to the area but did not find Lightner but an hour later came across him, intoxicated, at Circle K. The officer reported having to warn Lightner about being disorderly in the store.
Theresa Howard, Maple Street, reported her room mate Charles Butcher had assaulted her Thursday night. She declined to press charges and had no visible injuries but did have a medical report from the hospital, according to reports.
Chelsea Wilson complained that Martha Sine is calling her sister and mother. Sine said they were also calling her. All parties were advised to stop contacting each other.