Officers accompanied employees of Cam Logistics to a Florence Street residence Tuesday to retrieve a fuel card and a vehicle being used by a former employee, Dave Haught. They told police they had been trying to recover the items since April. Haught handed over the fuel card and asked for $3,200 in storage fees for the vehicle, but officers advised him he could not hold the vehicle and could contact an attorney if he believes he is owed money by the company. The vehicle was hauled on a flat bed from the home.
Robert Allman, no age or address listed, was charged with failure to control and driving under the influence Monday after reportedly hitting a utility pole on East Fifth Street with his vehicle. He also had an outstanding warrant.
Melody Bickerton reported rental property she owns on Minerva Street was broken into, with items taken she believes belonged to her former tenants.
Responding to an alarm at East Liverpool High School, officers found a broken window on the first floor and waited until an administrator arrived.