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Lisbon Police Reports 1-28

January 28, 2013
The Review

Janice Exline reported Tuesday someone again used her Internet account to make a purchase, this time from Kohl's in the amount of $266.

Jody L. Humphrey, West Washington Street, reported she was driving on Lincoln Way on Tuesday afternoon when someone in a red van ran the red light, and she ended up striking the van, which left the scene.

Tom Jackson, East Chestnut Street, called Tuesday afternoon out of concern about his neighbor's rottweiler, which had been in the yard for the past three hours barking. Police went to the home but did not encounter a barking dog.

Lana Burnett, Maple Street, reported being harassed on Facebook and on the phone by her son's girlfriend, Mary Carnes, at 4:25 p.m. Tuesday. Burnett was told to block Carnes from Facebook and tell her to stop calling her. Nearly two hours later, Carnes reported being harassed on Facebook and on the phone by Burnett. Both parties were advised to leave each other alone.

A passerby reported seeing a man walking around outside a house at the corner of South Lincoln and West Washington Street at 1:28 a.m. Wednesday. Police arrived and spoke with the man, who said he lived there and had locked himself out. The man had tried calling a relative but no one was answering. The relative finally arrived and confirmed the man lived there and then unlocked the door.

Ken Woods of the county Mental Health Center called 5 p.m. Wednesday for help looking for a client from Apple Grove apartments, who fled because they were making arrangements to have him transported to a hospital for observation.

Candy Welch, West High Street, reported Wednesday being harassed over the phone by her ex-husband.

Stacey from the BP station reported there was a suspicious vehicle parked at the pumps at 10:19 p.m. Wednesday.

An unknown person reported hearing a possible vehicle alarm in the downtown area at 6:17 a.m. Thursday.

A man reported at 6:17 a.m. Thursday he could hear an alarm going off in the downtown area. Police checked the area from Jefferson to Beaver streets and Washington to Pine streets and didn't hear or see any alarms going off.

Randy Perrino reported at 8:32 p.m. Thursday his green Chevy Blazer was running in the Smith Oil lot and someone took the vehicle.

The Lisbon Highway Patrol reported at 4:27 p.m. Thursday a dog was hit on state Route 154.

An East Lincoln Way man reported at 10:44 p.m. Thursday loud music was coming from across the street.

A man reported at 2 a.m. Friday a steel grate was broken behind the Morning Journal and he wasn't sure if it belonged to the newspaper, Dickey's or the village. Police were also unsure who owned the grate and the man said he would notify the newspaper's publisher in the morning.

A Smith Oil clerk reported a $30.01 drive-off at 11:25 a.m. Friday.

Almy Tylor, 17, Commerce Street, Wellsville, was northbound on Race Road at 12:25 p.m. Friday and Gray Cady Montague, McKees Rocks, Pa., was making a left turn onto state Route 517 from state Route 164, and Tylor tried to stop at the stop sign and slid into Montague at 12:25 p.m.

A man called at 1:54 p.m. Saturday requesting the water be turned off at 132 1/2 East Lincoln Way next to the Steel Trolly due to a water problem. The water department was notified.

 
 

 

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