Domestic violence charges are possibly pending against Christopher A. Dorsey, 32, Erie Street, whose father, Leonard Dorsey, same address, told officers his son struck him in the head once and the face twice while they were in a vehicle in the driveway. They were arguing over $100 Christopher had taken, according to reports. The older Dorsey called officers later and asked that charges not be filed, and the detective advised him he will leave that decision up to the law director.
Keith A. Quimby, 60, Lisbon Street, was charged Monday with theft after employees at Dollar General on Walnut Street reported he had been seen shoplifting earlier and was back at the store. She pointed out Quimby outside the store, and he was taken into custody.
A customer's car at Andy's Tire and Auto on Walnut Street was vandalized, with the driver's seat set afire, the mirror pulled from the windshield and burning paper towels underneath the dashboard. The vehicle sustained heavy smoke damage, and the fire chief responded to determine if an arson investigation will be launched, according to reports.
Richard Stanley, no address listed, had several people he knows help him unload some household construction items into a house he owns on Harvey Avenue. Three days later, he found the items had been taken.
A Palissey Street man called to say he was awakened by his wife arguing with him and destroying the house. His wife told police it was her husband who did the damage, was upset with her for staying out all night.
A woman called to say a man she knows had sent her a text message, saying he wanted to kill himself. The man denied wanting to hurt himself when located by officers.
Alexis P. Mitchell, 36, reported she was outside The Bar on East Fifth Street when a man asked to borrow her phone. He dialed a number, then threw down the phone and fled with her purse. An officer called the number the man had dialed on Mitchell's phone, and the person who answered said he had not answered the previous call because he didn't recognize the number. He also denied knowing anyone in East Liverpool or anyone matching the description of the man Mitchell described as white, in his early 30s, 6-feet tall with black hair.
A home health aid reported being inappropriately touched by a patient, who she said also tried to force her to touch him.
William J. Weyand, 42, address not listed, was charged with public intoxication after officers were called to remove him from a Laura Avenue home for the second time. He reportedly had a knife and was fighting with people.
Officers responded to a report of a man sleeping in his car, throwing beer cans out onto Putnam Street. They reported finding Curtis Gardner, no age listed, who told officers he had no place to go and had been sleeping in his car. He was advised to pick up his beer cans and find another place to stay.
William Plumm, Henry Avenue, advised police he had found one of his stolen guns at a neighbor's house. The neighbor told officers a woman who had been staying with Plumm sold him the gun for $35 and advised Plumm another of his stolen guns was at a pawn shop in Chester, W.Va.
Mary Fricano reported a tenant moved from one of her rentals after having damaged the doors and a refrigerator.
Nathan L. Kapp, no address listed, reported he was picking up his child at a Jennings Avenue residence when a man threatened him.
A Tri-State Cab driver reported picking up a man and woman and transporting them to Walmart in Calcutta but when they returned to the cab, they advised they did not have the $12.27 fare she was owed.
Samantha Foster, West Seventh Street, reported a woman she knows stole items from her house. She then reportedly asked another woman to take her to Cabella's to return those items for money.