Police were called to a on East Lincoln Way at 7:17 p.m. Sunday in regard to an intoxicated man who was confused. Police and EMTs also summoned to the scene spoke with the man who was taken by ambulance to a local hospital.
Police were called to the home of Lisa Holt, South Lincoln Avenue, at 6:42 p.m. Sunday, where Henry Parks had injured himself during a fall earlier in the day. Parks was checked by EMTs, and Holt said she did not want him at her home. Parks gathered his belongings and left.
Police responded to alarm going off at the Cash Advance store on North Market Street at 5:23 p.m. Monday and found the front door open and the "open" sign was flashing. An employee with a key arrived and secured the premises.
Police received two calls between 4 and 5 p.m. Monday of a dog running loose on North Market Street, the first time when only two minors were home. The adults were home the second time and were warned they could be cited.
Two calls were transferred Wednesday from an Ohio Highway Patrol dispatcher from people claiming to have come across motorists driving recklessly. The first one was a vehicle heading south on state Route 45 into town at 12:37 a.m. and the other was about a vehicle on Market and Lee streets at 8:19 a.m. In neither instance did the officer find the vehicles.
Brian Reynolds reported a motorcycle just struck a parked car on East Chestnut Street at 1:36 p.m. Wednesday and the injured motorcyclist had left the scene bleeding. Another witness obtained the license plate number, which came back to Thomas Entrikin, of McKinley Avenue. An officer went to Entrikin's home and found a damaged motorcycle in the shed. Blood was also found on the shed door. The officer then called the Salem Community Hospital emergency room, which confirmed that Entrikin was there, and he later contacted police.
Police received two calls in the early morning Wednesday from a woman named Georgia, who said a raccoon was in her garage. Police did not find the raccoon but spotted some paw prints.
Donald E. Lemasters, 22, of Lisbon, was cited for failure to yield after he reportedly drove through the intersection of state Routes 164 and state Route 517 at 1 p.m. Tuesday, resulting in his Pacifica being struck by a semi-trailer driven by Jeremy I. Gatewell, 30, of Pittsburgh.
Gary Wonner, East Chestnut Street, reported Tuesday receiving harassing text messages.
Christal Holloway, East Lincoln Way, reported Wednesday receiving harassing text messages from Bobby Claypool even after she asked him to quit. Police attempted to contact Claypool and also advised her to obtain a protection order if it continues.
Police were called to McKinley School on Sept. 3 in regard to a custody dispute over whether the mother was allowed to pick up the child after school.
An official at the Vista Center called Sept. 5 to report that a client left against their medical advice to attend a church function in Ravenna. Police called the church, and the minister said he would make sure the man returns.
While on patrol police heard loud music and people talking on East Lincoln Way at 11:37 p.m. Thursday. Police spoke with Amanda Wilson, who apologized and agreed to turn down the music. Police were called to the scene at 1:29 a.m. and could again hear loud music, and Wilson was cited at that point for disturbing the peace.
Dylan S. Ketchum, 18, of Salineville, was cited for failing to stop an assured cleared distance after striking a stopped vehicle in the rear being driven by Allen W. Frano, 67, of Youngstown, at the intersection of East Lincoln Way and Jackson Street at 3:25 p.m. Sept. 5.
Thomas R. Entrikin, 62, McKinley Avenue, was cited for failure to control after the motorcycle he was driving struck a parked car belonging to Lane M. Skafis on East Chestnut Street at 1:36 p.m. Wednesday.