Gerald E. Greathouse, 60, no address listed, was charged Monday night with intoxication and open container after an officer reported seeing him walking down Bradshaw, stumbling side to side, while drinking beer. He also had two outstanding warrants, one for intoxication and one for open container.
A utility company employee was working at a Haywood Street home when he reported hearing a man and woman in a heated argument then he heard a thud and the woman accusing the man of beating her up as he has in the past. The man said she fell and not to blame him for it. Tammy J. Vojnovich, 42, told police she was assaulted by her boyfriend, who had left prior to their arrival. He could not be located by officers.
Barbara E. Thompson, Walnut Street, reported her neighbor threatened to beat up her children for sled riding on the sidewalk in front of her home. The neighbor's son has also been posting unflattering things on Facebook about the Thompson family, she advised officers.
Tiarra Crow, no age or address listed, told police she unknowingly received a counterfeit $10 bill from Bricker's in her change. She took the bill to Giant Eagle, where it was found to be fake. Bricker's returned $10 to Crow and found no other counterfeit money in the register.
The guard at Woodland Hills reported two children showed up at the guard shack at 3:30 a.m., asking him to call their father in Jefferson County because they wanted to go to him. They told officers they had to wait until their mother fell asleep before going to the guard shack. Their mother was awakened and was irate that her children sneaked out of the house, according to reports. She told officers she will file unruly charges in juvenile court if anything else occurs with her children.
Amy E. Hilditch, Dewey Avenue, reported a hole shot through her steel door with what appeared to be a .40-caliber handgun round.
A parked vehicle owned by Petina M. Williams, Monaca Street, was struck by a hit-skip vehicle while parked in front of her home Monday.