Paula Morris, North Market Street, reported having problems with a bat in her home at 10:33 p.m. Sunday. Police arrived and captured and then released the bat.
Police were called to the Cole residence on Garfield Avenue, at 10 p.m. Monday in regard to a strange noise. Police determined the noise was coming from a smoke detector and changed the battery for the homeowner.
The manager of the Shale Tavern reported at 12:17 a.m. Monday they closing but four customers were lingering about outside, and the manager was concerned they might be waiting to start a fight. Police arrived but the four people were no where to be found. Police also checked at the Days Inn, and everything was fine.
A barking dog complaint in the 800 block of North Market Street was received at 6:41 p.m. Monday. Police patrolled the area but did not hear any barking dogs.
Police were called to a home on North Street at 7:51 p.m. Tuesday to stand by while an ambulance crew transported a man who was found unresponsive by his mother.
Police went to a home on Sherman Street at 5 p.m. Tuesday to provide the homeowner a copy of the law prohibiting chickens from being kept in village limits. The homeowner was warned to get rid of the chickens or risk being cited.
Police were called to the county mental health center at 5:15 p.m. Monday to stand by while a client was transported by ambulance to the hospital.
Dominic Stacey reported Aug. 21 he has a protection order against Tracey Wright but she continues to call him and threatens to have him beat up.
Street department employee Patti Dailey was at Willow Grove Park on Tuesday morning when she backed a village pickup truck into another village truck, damaging the hood and front end.
Carol Gregory, 74, of Steubenville, was cited for improper backing after she backed up at the intersection of West Lincoln Way and South Lincoln Avenue and was struck by a vehicle driven by Joseph McKarns, 54, state Route 644, Summitville. This occurred at 2:48 p.m. Saturday.
Police met Wednesday with Jonathan Swanson, who wanted his PlayStation controller and bicycle back from Jared White, who wanted his shoes back. White gave Swanson his controller back and said he would return his bicycle the next day. Swanson said he does not have White's shoes.
Police responded to a reported assault at Applegrove Apartments at 7:06 p.m. Wednesday and found Bernadean Lower laying on her couch with severe bruising on her face. Lower's face was bloody and her left eye was swollen shut. Lower said she was home Tuesday evening when an unknown person knocked on her door about 9 p.m. and proceeded to assault her. She believes she was knocked unconscious at that time.
Police responded to a domestic dispute on West Lincoln Way at 8:49 p.m. Wednesday between a Steven Lee and his son, Steven K. Lee. The son said his father pushed him over an altercation involving a dog, and small wrestling match followed. Neither party wished to pursue charges.
Teresa Burgess, no address listed, reported at 9:07 p.m. Thursday her son did not come home from school. Police contacted the boy at about 9:15 p.m., and he said he was at a friend's house. He was told to contact his mother.
The security alarm went off at the home of Brian Dixon, Sherman Street, at 7:18 a.m. Friday, but the home was found to be secure.
An officer on patrol stopped by a home on state Route 154 at 9:28 a.m. Friday to warn them to clean up the trash on their property.
A call was received at 9:29 p.m. Thursday about a possible fight at the high school following the football game. No fight was found, but police remained until the area cleared after the game concluded.