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East Liverpool Police for 11-30

November 30, 2012
The Review

Bill Miller reported a neighbor's dogs have been running loose and one cornered his granddaughter on the porch. When he went to the owner's house, a man used profanity at him. Officers spoke to a juvenile who said the dogs belong to his mother, who is in jail and said he is staying with a neighbor lady until she is released but that the dogs do get through a hole in the fence. He was advised to get the hole fixed and keep a better eye on the dogs.

Luke Beatty, 19, no address listed, reported being followed in a vehicle by a woman he knows from state Route 39 to Crawford's Market. He said this harassment has been an on-going thing.

James R. Howell, Michigan Street, reported someone trying to break down his door. Upon arrival, officers saw Donald and Regis Allgood and Julie May on foot nearby and said the Allgoods reported Howell had tried to break down their door on Ohio Avenue and they were there to confront him. All parties were advised to stay away from each other and to contact the law director if they wished to pursue charges.

Robert T. Blystone, Claiborne Street, reported he put his puppy in the yard and found it missing after seeing a car leaving the area.

Steve Wells, North Street, found a door open on a house he is selling and saw a person running through the house, carrying items. The person dropped the items before fleeing on Perry Street and getting into a car.

Children's Services received an anonymous call about an infant in a West Sixth Street residence where drug activity was taking place. Officers accompanied the CS agent to the residence, where they reported an overwhelming odor of marijuana. They reported the resident and the child's mother both admitted smoking marijuana with the infant present. The child was placed with an aunt from Akron, and an endangering children charge was being prepared through the law director.

Kim Ross, 28, reported that, while working at Gina's Drive-Thru on Pennsylvania Avenue, a woman she knows came in and punched her repeatedly in the face. She was advised how to file charges with the law director.

After being away three days, Carol Clapp, West Fourth Street, returned home to find two televisions missing and a garbage can underneath a window.

Kelly M. Mobley, 34, no address, was charged with assault and theft Sunday afternoon after a manager at the downtown Dollar General reported she and another woman entered the store and were seen placing underwear underneath their clothing. When the manager attempted to keep them from leaving until police arrived, Mobley reportedly kicked her. The other woman, Cristal Adams, age and address not listed, was identified from a surveillance tape. Both were found at a residence on Ogden Street after a man came to the police department to report they had called him and were bragging about stealing from the store. Adams was also charged with theft.

While stopped in traffic on St. Clair Avenue, Jerry Pennybaker, 63, Buckeye Road, Lisbon, reported his vehicle struck from behind by a Jaguar, causing Pennybaker's vehicle to strike another vehicle. Both of the other drivers checked their vehicles, said there was no damage and drove away unidentified.

Brandon S. Buzzard, 22, Dyke Road, Rogers, was cited for assured clear distance after he reportedly looked down at some paperwork while northbound on St. Clair Avenue then looked up too late and struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Kylie M. Walker, 22, Queensway.

Clifton A. Christian, 78, West Sixth Street, was westbound on Pennsylvania Avenue and stopped at a red light but then decided he was in the wrong lane and pulled into the other lane, reportedly striking a car driven by Lana L. Wagner, Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road.



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