Paul Gresh, Pritchard Avenue, reported Friday his wife received an email purported to be from the FBI and threatening to arrest her unless she sends money. Gresh realized this was a scam but wants others to be aware.
Joey Cruz called at 4:29 p.m. Friday because he was having problems with his ex-girlfriend while he was removing his belongings from a residence on Pritchard Avenue. He said she was threatening to throw the rest of his belongings outside.
Crystal Donohue reported Friday having problems with Ashley and Homer Carnes. The dispute was over a cracked windshield, and the officer advised them this was a civil matter.
A resident of Applegrove Apartments reported Friday she feels she is being held against her will because she wants to return to her home in Salem and her mental health caseworker will not let her.
Zachary Crothers, North Market Street, reported Friday his wallet was stolen from his vehicle, and he learned several transactions had already been made on his card. One of the purchases was made from the Lisbon Circle K, and police watched the security video and saw a male use the card to purchase $233 worth of cigarettes. Police also learned the card was used to purchase $117 in cigarettes from another convenience store in town.
James Seidler, West Pine Street, reported Friday his unlocked vehicle was entered and ransacked, but nothing appeared to be missing.
A clerk at the Smith Oil station reported at 2:12 a.m. Friday there was a man in the store bothering customers for money. The suspect was gone by the time police arrived.
Samanta Alicia heard a loud noise at 1 a.m. Friday and saw someone in white work truck leave the scene of an accident on East Lincoln Way.
Jake Wagner reported losing his wallet at the Circle K at 3 p.m. Saturday.
Terry Morris, East Lincoln Way, reported Saturday night his neighbor struck his house with a pickup truck, causing minor damage to his downspout.
A security alarm went off at the Ohio Edison substation at 11:25 p.m. Saturday, but police found no sign of entry. A company representative was enroute to check the substation.
A clerk at the Days Inn reported at 5 a.m. Sunday seeing someone in a pickup truck pulling a camper drive into the lot and then climb into the camper. The clerk advised they have a rule against sleeping in the parking lot.
Gary Halloway reported Sunday someone tried to break into the Night Court bar overnight by attempting to pry open the kitchen door.
Salem police called at 12:53 p.m. Sunday asking for police to go to a North Vine Street residence to check on a maroon and gold pickup truck suspected of being involved in a hit/skip accident. Police spoke with the vehicle owner and told him he needed to go to the Salem police station to speak with them about the alleged incident.
Casey A. Hockman, 27, of Roseville, was cited for leaving the scene of an accident after he reportedly lost control and struck a tree in the curb lawn while driving on East Lincoln Way at 1 a.m. Friday. Hockman was later found at the Days Inn.
A clerk at Smith Oil reported at 6:29 p.m. Thursday there was a boy who had been chased into the store by a group of youths.