Officers responded Saturday evening for a report of a woman walking around the parking lot of the BP station on state Route 154 for an hour. She was located in the parking lot of the counseling center and identified, and officers learned she was returning to the Kendall House and was in apparent good health.
Stevie Halverstadt, South Vine Street, reported Saturday her nephew was causing problems and her husband no longer wanted him to be at their home. The man was sitting in his vehicle outside the residence when officers arrived and he pulled away when the cruiser pulled onto the street, according to reports.
Tiffany McFallen, North Market Street, reported Saturday she was assaulted by a man she knows while on the village square, saying he grabbed her by the throat.
Gabreael Milhone, East Chestnut Street, reported Friday his neighbor was intoxicated, setting off bottle rockets and starting his chain saw. Asked to be quiet due to the time of night and Milhone's baby sleeping, the neighbor reportedly stated, "You better buy renter's insurance."
Police were called Saturday night by an 11-year-old Pine Street Extension girl claiming that her mother Kim Hays and her mother's boyfriend Ian Wellington were fighting and there is a baby in the house that Wellington was carrying while intoxicated. She also was asked if Wellington had a gun and said he did but she didn't know where it was. Officers spoke to Wellington, who said he and Hays had been drinking some beer and began arguing, which turned into yelling. Hays corroborated his account. Wellington was advised to leave for the night, and he did.