Officers were dispatched at 3:42 a.m. Tuesday to 2114 Lisbon Street to remove Michael Earich, 40. When they arrived, officers heard loud crashes in the back of the house and went around back. They then heard a crash at the front of the house, where they discovered Mary Ann Parr, 77, same address, on the front porch. She said Earich was intoxicated and out of control, threatening suicide. Officers found Earich sitting inside on a couch holding a knife. He was told to put down the knife several times and was Tasered when he failed to comply. Earich pulled out the Taser probes himself and was sprayed with Mace, again being ordered to drop the knife. After failing to comply, he was again struck with a Taser, causing him to fall onto his side, where he was handcuffed. Tri-County ambulance transported him to the hospital and Earich was charged with disorderly conduct/intoxication.
Officers went to 901 Saint George Street Tuesday to serve warrants on Brenston "Trevel" Thompkins, 18, for domestic violence and aggravated menacing. At the residence, Thompkins reportedly climbed onto the roof and jumped off, running from officers. Patrolman Shawn Long and Detective Rob Smith chased him toward the river while other officers surrounded the perimeter. He was found at a residence on Ohio Avenue, where he gave up without a fight, according to police. Thompkins was charged with resisting arrest.
Christopher Schonhut reported his vehicle entered and items stolen while it was parked on Orange Alley.
Jodi Wright, Wilbert Avenue, reported someone being around her house who had a warrant, but officers found no one.
Erin Porter, Vine Street, reported a person she knows took cash from her home while visiting.
Police received a report of several men jumping from a pickup truck on River Road and assaulting two other men then leaving in an unknown direction.
Christine Stearns, Columbia Avenue, reported her ex-boyfriend began beating on the window, the kicked in the door and began pushing her. He took her keys and cell phone and fled.
David Bickerton reported that, during the Oktoberfest at Thompson Park, two men took a golf cart loaned to the Rotary by the East Liverpool Country Club. The golf cart was run into two trees.
An employee of the East Liverpool Motor Lodge reported a housekeeper found a leather bag containing marijuana and drug paraphernalia. It was taken by police as evidence.
Eber Grimes at Trinity Presbyterian Church reported a lock broken off a trailer used by the Boy Scouts. He was unsure if anything was missing, but was conducting an inventory.
Police were called to the emergency room Sunday where Eddie Bailey, no age or address listed, was receiving stitches to his head. Bailey told officers he was struck at a Ravine Street home by a man he knows who used a set of brass knuckles.
Officers responded to Grant Street Sunday for a report of a teenager waving a gun around. They found he had a BB gun and warned the teen about the danger of walking around with what appeared to be a real weapon. It was seized by the officers.
A man called from a Riley Avenue home Sunday, saying there were drugs, prostitution and loud music there. He called back a short while later asking for an ambulance for a woman having a heart attack. Officers were told at the scene by a man that the woman called him a racial slur and grabbed the necklace he was wearing then began complaining of heart attack symptoms. At the hospital, the woman told officers she had called the man the racial slur but never grabbed his necklace but he shoved her, called her white trash and threatened to kill her. She was advised the procedure for filing charges.