Courtney M. Orr, 22, was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and menacing a police officer following a confrontation at a Sherman Street rental property at 11:08 a.m. Monday. Officer Shar Daub responded to a report of a dog left in the rental after Ursula Lewis had moved out. Lewis said the pit bull belonged to Orr, and Daub said the dog pound would be called unless they could locate the owner. Orr then came around the corner of the house and told Daub she was not going to do anything to her dog. Orr said she was inside the home and had just woke up and continued to act in an agitated manner, ranting at police and swearing. The landlord, who did not know Orr was living there with Lewis, gave her until the next day to move out and take her dog with her. Orr went inside but returned and continued to act in a disorderly manner and refused to calm down and go back inside, which is when she was arrested. The menacing charge has to do with Orr reportedly threatening to kill Daub if she "touched her (expletive) dog." Orr is also accused of pushing police away as they tried to arrest her, swearing all the while.
The father of Alec Cusick, East Chestnut Street, reported his son's ATV was stolen from the garage Sunday night.
An unknown caller reported Tuesday evening a van was parked on Moore Street and Lincoln Way, blocking the view of Lincoln Way for motorists trying to pull out. The van belongs to Ladawn Whitman of Wellsville.
Eric Christy, East Washington Street, reported Tuesday trash has been sitting out for over a month at a vacant home on East Washington Street. Police left a message for the landlord, Wayne Herrod, who said he will clean it up.
An unknown caller reported following a motorist driving in a reckless manner and swerving on North Market Street at 4 p.m. Tuesday. The license plate came back to a 78-year-old woman, but the officer was unable to locate the vehicle.
Bob Tinney reported Wednesday he believes someone is living in the "cave" at Willow Grove Park. The "cave" is located at the bottom of the wall at the entrance, and Tinney said he saw a red sleeping bag and Mountain Dew there.
A caller reported being approached by a dog on the loose while walking on East Chestnut Street at 9:29 p.m. Thursday. An officer located a dog matching the description and saw that it was in the process of being secured by its owner.
William Wright reported at 1:48 p.m. Wednesday there was a possible drunk driver coming into town on state Route 154, going left of center and almost striking a guardrail. Police tracked the driver down at his Maple Street address and said he was just tired. There was no smell of alcohol or any other indication he had been drinking.
Amanda Wilson, East Lincoln Way, Lisbon, reported at 10:04 a.m. Saturday her disability card was taken and used four times that morning. She has called and canceled the card.
Scott Darner, no address listed, reported at 7:43 p.m. Friday a pickup was parked on the sidewalk on Lee Street, causing pedestrians to have to walk into the street to go around.
Michelle Snyder, no address listed, reported at 7:04 p.m. Friday dogs were hanging out through a ripped screen on the second floor of a home on East Lincoln Way.
The sheriff's department reported a woman walking along the roadway near the intersection of state Routes 164 and 517 had fallen. The sheriff's department already had KLG en route.
An employee at Days Inn reported at 5:13 p.m. Thursday a man who just got out of jail came in and told her "Tom said hi."
Karen Culp, Thomas Road, reported at 8:21 p.m. Thursday her 10-year-old son was missing, last seen about 90 minutes earlier at the house. He was found shortly after the report was made.