While shopping Monday at Walmart, Katie Wallace reported taking her child to the restroom but forgetting her wallet in her shopping cart. When she returned, the wallet was gone and she saw a man with a child walking away and heard her cell phone's distinctive ring. She checked with store personnel and found the wallet had been returned, but void of the cash that it contained.
Officers were called to J.C. Penney for a woman suspected of stealing and then returning items. She was gone when officers arrived.
Kenneth Cain, Greenfield Drive, reported a semi trailer got stuck on a sharp bend and came onto his property, damaging his lawn. The trucking company could not be reached.
The theft of a car from Walmart was reported Monday, with the vehicle's owner not identified in reports.
Hollie Reese, no address listed, reported a tenant who had been evicted from Cricket Lane property left trash, garbage and a dog behind. Windows were broken out, light fixtures and door trim removed, appliances and furnishings taken, and holes had been put into the ceiling and walls. She was advised to pursue criminal charges through the law director.
A person identified only as Monte reported Monday a tenant was moving out of rental property on state Route 267 and was leaving old tires and burned garbage behind. Officers suggested calling the Environmental Protection Agency and the law director.
Emerald Express, Y&O Road, reported a tractor-trailer broken into Monday.
A car was reported broken into on Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road, with no other details reported.
Charles E. Myers, state Route 267, reported being assaulted by two people he knows, who had already left when he called police. North Star Critical Care ambulance was dispatched to the scene when Myers reported he was bleeding from the assault.
Eric L. Wilson, 45, West Seventh Street, East Liverpool, was westbound on a motorcycle on state Route 170 and in the left lane at 6:21 p.m. Tuesday when he said James E. McKahan, 33, Artistic Drive, East Liverpool, pulled out in front of him causing him to be ejected from the motorcycle. McKahan told police he was making a left turn out of the plaza and didn't see Wilson's vehicle since there was a car in the curb lane waiting to make a right turn.