Police were called to the Circle K at 10:28 p.m. Monday after a woman collapsed in the parking lot after becoming ill and was caught by her husband, who asked that an ambulance be summoned.
A clerk at Smith Oil reported Monday there was an abandoned vehicle in the parking lot. The vehicle was not reported stolen, so Smith Oil was advised they could have it towed since it was on private property.
The security alarm went off at the Albco Foundry on Maple Street at 8:42 p.m. Monday, and police found the building to be secure. Police remained until a company official arrived to reset the alarm.
Police were called to a home on Pritchard Avenue at 5:52 p.m. Monday because a 15-year-old girl was throwing things around and putting cigarettes out on the freezer door. The mother was told to contact county juvenile court the next day to file unruly charges against her daughter, although she has been advised to do so in the past.
Bruce Ours, Sherman Street, reported Monday that David Crosser came to his home and assaulted him. Ours said he was sleeping on the couch by the front door when Crosser let himself in after he had knocked several times. Ours said Crosser then threw a glass bowl that struck him in the head, although he had no visible signs of having being hit. The two then exchanged words before Crosser served Ours with an eviction notice on behalf of the landlord, his brother Jim Crosser. David Crosser told police the door was partially open when he entered and he admitted to tossing a bowl at Ours to wake him and it struck him on the back, not in the head.
A clerk at Smith Oil reported Sunday someone paid the night before with a counterfeit $10 bill and she only discovered it while counting the money.
John C. Ehlenbach, 20, Darner Road, Lisbon, was cited for driving left of center after striking a vehicle operated by James W. Niddel, 48, of North Lima, while both of them were driving in opposite directions on state Route 154 near Bluff Street at 10:57 a.m. Tuesday.
John E. Dailey, 83, state Route 164, Columbiana, was cited for failure to yield after striking a vehicle driven by Rickey L. Rosenbaum, 59, Creek Road, New Waterford, at the intersection of state Route 164 and 517 at 12:20 p.m. Wednesday.
Kateri Simon, a bus driver for the East Palestine school district, reported Oct. 3 that a 17-year-old boy attempted to attack her on the bus while they in the county juvenile court parking lot, where he was attending the alternate school. Simon said another youth held the boy back, preventing the attack. The boy also threatened to get his stepfather to assault her.
Amber Jones, North Beaver Street, reported Wednesday a man shows up at her apartment daily and bangs on the doors and windows until she answers. When she does, he refuses to leave. She was advised to call the next time he is there.
Theresa A. Bosel, 42, state Route 154, Lisbon, was stopped on state Route 154 waiting to turn left at 5:42 p.m. Thursday and Colin Lee Baker Houlette, 18, state Route 154, Lisbon, was stopped behind her when Angela G. Wright, 26, Dunn Street, East Liverpool, failed to stop and struck Houlette from behind, pushing her into Bosel. Wright was cited for assured clear distance and taken to Salem Community Hospital with possible injuries.
Police were called to the Circle K at 2:34 a.m. Friday after an employee reported a possible drunk driver pumping gas. Police waited for the vehicle to leave the pump, but no driving infractions were found.
Police were called to a West Chestnut Street residence at 3:28 p.m. Friday for a report of a curbside leaf fire.
Cory Miller, Carter Road, New Waterford, was charged with disorderly conduct by intoxication after police were called at 9 p.m. Saturday to a home on East Lincoln Way. The complainant, Amanda Wilson, said Miller had been at the home drinking liquor that belonged to her and others there. Miller was asked to leave, which he did, but later returned, forced his way up the steps and punched a hole in a bathroom door. He left but returned again which led the people to call police.
Smith Oil reported at 4:30 p.m. Friday a $70 drive-off by a man in a dark blue Chevy 1500 truck. The plate came back to a maroon Chevy 1500 registered to Gary Kosch. Smith Oil employees said the truck was known to drive off without paying when a female was driving. Kosch came to the station and said his neighbor has been borrowing the truck. Kosch did not know how to spell his neighbor's name or have his phone number, and as far as the female goes, did not know who police were referring to. Kosch was told he could be held liable for the charge, and he said he would contact his neighbor.
John Kinser, 135 S. Market St., reported at 6:22 a.m. Saturday someone broke into his welding truck parked in a lot on West Washington near the EMA. Among the items stolen were welding cable and an oxygen acetylene hand torch.
The county JFS reported at 11:30 a.m. Saturday a man there to receive aid became upset and threw some items on the floor. The staff feared he would get worse, but he left without further incident. The JFS wanted a report on file.