The security alarm went off at the Columbiana County Government Services Building at 2:39 p.m. Sunday. An officer checked the building and found it to secure, and the alarm company was attempting to contact someone with a key.
Police were called to the Kendall House at 11:58 p.m. Saturday, where a resident said a chip implanted in his head allowed him to hear his former sister via the intercom system plotting to kill him. Police arrived and spoke with the man, who said he was just released from the state mental institution in Massillon and while he was there the staff implanted a computer chip in his head. In addition, he could hear his sister threatening him through the ventilation system. The man also told them he did not feel safe at the Kendall House and was feeling "homicidal" toward the staff at the moment. A second officer arrived and they went to the man's room to listen for voices coming from the fan but did not hear any. The man said he was on his medication and wanted to go to East Liverpool City Hospital and was taken there by ambulance. The Kendall House was alerted at 1:26 a.m. that the man had been discharged from the hospital and was on his way back and they wanted the police department to be aware.
Police were called to a domestic dispute on East Lincoln Way by Scott Bailey at 8:25 p.m. Saturday. Bailey said the dispute was with Starlyn Cianni over his daughter being at the residence. Neither party assaulted the other and were told to go to their own homes, while Bailey was told to seek legal advice to resolve the custody dispute.
A caller reported there were three juveniles trying to break into an abandoned home on East Pine Street at 2:28 p.m. Saturday. Police arrived to find three juveniles at the back entrance and they stated the home belonged to their mother, who was inside. Susan Patterson came out of the house said the home belonged to her mother who recently died, and she was in from Texas to take care of some things.
Maria Brown, East Chestnut Street, called Thursday to report her husband's chain saw was stolen from his truck bed.
Jeffrey A. Schmid, 47, of Salem, reportedly backed into a parked car belonging to Sheila A. Burson of East Palestine on West High Street at 5:25 p.m. Friday.
Nicholas C. Guido, 27, High Street, Salineville, was charged with two counts of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop at 7:18 p.m. Saturday. Guido reportedly admitted having a glass pipe commonly used to smoke cocaine and a hypodermic needle under the passenger seat.