A vehicle driven by John Lockett, 36, no address listed, was stopped after an officer confirmed he had outstanding warrants. A small amount of marijuana "shake" was located in the vehicle after K-9 officer Ivo alerted on the car, according to reports. He was served with the three warrants.
Keith A. Quimby, Lisbon Street, reported he was sitting on his porch when he saw a gun pointing out a neighbor's window, after which he was struck in the leg with BBs.
Anna Jones, Cadmus Street, reported her vehicle entered and items taken.
Ursula Lewis, 19, Ohio Avenue, reported being beaten up by her ex-boyfriend. She suffered scratches and a bloody nose.
John Anderson reported his estranged wife smashed the windshield of a car owned by a female friend parked in his driveway. Police reported it also had gas poured on the hood with an attempt made to ignite it. Anderson's wife denied any such action and was advised to stay away from his residence.
Officers responded to a noise complaint at 12:13 a.m. Wednesday at Giant Eagle where several people were dancing in the parking lot and playing loud music. An employee cleaning the lot told officers upon arrival that there was a purse lying near where a vehicle was parked. Officers pulled behind the vehicle and saw two men sitting inside with an open can of beer in the console. The driver, Jason M. Sandy, 22, was told to hand over the beer and he reportedly began arguing that he wasn't driving and the keys weren't in the car. He did eventually hand over the keys and while the officer was speaking with the dispatcher, Sandy began running from the vehicle. Patrolman Kelsey Hedrick gave chase and caught him near Walnut Street, where he was ordered to the ground at Taser point. While taking him into custody, Hedrick was advised by the Giant Eagle employee that the other person in the car was running. Other officers, including those from St. Clair Township, arrived to assist and the other man, David W. Locke, 34, was located hiding between houses on Ravine Street. St. Clair K-9 officer Chris Davis advised a purse and stereo equipment had been stolen earlier from the Walmart parking lot in the township and the purse found was that of their victim and the vehicle from which Sandy and Locke had run matched the one reportedly used in the theft. There was a dog inside the vehicle, and the county dog warden was called to retrieve it. A wallet with the victim's identification was found in the vehicle, and stereo equipment was found in the trunk. Both men were charged with receiving stolen property and obstructing official business. Sandy also had an active warrant for failing to appear for jail.
An officer clocked a vehicle traveling 62 miles per hour in a 50mph zone and cited Jaclyn S. Koch, 29, Beaver, Pa., for speeding. While trying to explain to Koch the procedure for contesting the citation, she reportedly snatched the officer's pen and scribbled on the ticket, then slammed the pen onto his clipboard. The pen fell, sliding underneath her vehicle, which had to be moved in order for him to retrieve it, according to reports.