3:30 p.m. - Brittney Heffner, 24, of Washington Avenue, came to the station with an update on a previous theft report. Police had responded to her home after she returned to find the side door open, and the refrigerator and a stereo speaker missing. Heffner agreed to check with her landlord first, ensuring that he hadn't taken the refrigerator for some reason, before making a theft report. The landlord stated that he had not taken either item.
6:25 p.m. - Police responded to Save-a-Lot on Wells Avenue for an alleged shoplifter. The assistant manager of the store showed the officer security footage of a male suspect departing the store with empty hands after selecting a package of hot dogs and a bottle of vodka. Having followed the suspect to his house, the assistant manager was able to give police a Wells Avenue address. A female answered when the officer knocked on the door of the house. She summoned her boyfriend, Ryan Keeder, 19, 307 Wells Ave., who admitted to having taken the hot dogs for his children and the vodka for his girlfriend. Keeder was then arrested and brought to the station, where he wrote a statement and was charged for theft and a minor in possession of alcohol. Keeder was also given a trespass warning for Save-a-Lot property.
4:33 p.m. - After observing a Buick cross the yellow line numerous times on Main Street, police stopped the vehicle on Main at 11th Street. The driver, Robert Ibbs, 65, of Chester, W.Va., agreed to perform field sobriety tests, whose results prompted the officer to arrest Ibbs for suspicion of OVI. At the station, a breath test showed Ibbs' blood-alcohol level at .100, .02 over the legal limit. Ibbs was charged with OVI and cited for left of center.
9:11 p.m. - Police were dispatched for a single-vehicle accident in the parking lot of Dairy Queen on Third Street. Freida Springer, 79, of East Liverpool, told the officer she had struck a steel pole with the right-front of her 2009 Toyota Yaris while navigating through the drive-thru.
1:45 p.m. - Kelly Reed of Riverside Avenue came to the station to report that she was being harassed Nyasia Buzzard of Independence Square, who rides past her home and follows her. She also claimed that Buzzard was responsible for her being evicted from Independence Square. Reed was advised on obtaining a protection order.
3:30 p.m. - Police made a traffic stop on a Chrysler PT Cruiser on 16th Street at Clark Avenue after observing a child in the vehicle not in a safety seat. When told why she had been pulled over, the driver, Kara Dellapenna of Clark Avenue, told the officer that Wellsville Police Chief Joe Scarabino had told her that as long as the child is wearing a seat belt, no safety seat is required. The officer replied that wasn't likely, since the chief would know that children less than 8 years old or 80 pounds are required by state law to ride in a safety seat. After being issued the citation, Dellapenna said she would speak to Scarabino to "take care of the matter."