Betty J. Maratta, Cannons Mill Road, reported returning home to find it broken into and items missing. An investigation is pending.
Brian Ferguson, Annesley Road, reported a woman he knows came to his home with an unknown man and threatened him over $85. He was advised how to file charges with the law director.
Yvonne Arnold, no address listed, reported her vehicle struck by a shopping cart while parked in the Giant Eagle lot.
Stephanie Triner, no address listed, reported a woman she knows was following her as she drove on Irish Ridge Road, driving recklessly and aggressively and stopping abruptly, swerving her vehicle toward Triner's. She told police this was an on-going issue over a boyfriend that began in the city.
Officers were called to Grimm's Bridge Road for graffiti on the bridge. The road department was called and will clean off the graffiti, according to police.
Freddie Plum II, address not listed, reported being threatened by his former wife, her new husband and father-in-law. Plum said they were upset because he recorded the child visitation exchange the previous week. He was advised how to file charges with the law director if he so chose.
Evan R. Buckley, Midland-Fredericktown Road, reported the driver's side window of his vehicle broken out and the radio pulled from the dash. Four hubcaps were also stolen.
David E. Stanley, 44, no address listed, reported being in a verbal argument with a man over the use of a car and it turned physical. The man struck Stanley in the right eye, causing an open wound. He did not want to pursue charges.
A Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road woman reported possible physical abuse of a young child in her custody. Children's Services was contacted and an investigation launched.
Fred Bryan, address not listed, reported the window broken out of his vehicle on Midland-Fredericktown Road while he was swimming at The Tubs.
Melissa Crow, Echo Dell Road, complained that her neighbor was harassing and yelling at her children. Jessica Pierce, Echo Dell Road, told police the same is happening to her by the Crow family. Both were advised by officers to use opposite ends of the driveway to avoid contact with each other and to grow up and set a better example for their children.
Jason Eckles, no address listed, reported he and his girlfriend Brandi Pardell ended their relationship and as he was retrieving his vehicle from the apartment where she is staying, Pardell struck him several times in the face. Pardell called police, saying Eckles had called to tell her he was filing assault charges, but she denied any assault. Pardell said Eckles has the keys to her vehicle and will not return them.