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Lisbon Police Reports for 12-14

December 14, 2013
The Review

A caller reported someone was ringing door bells on West Washington Street at 2:46 a.m. Thursday.

A resident of Garfield Street reported at 6:25 a.m. Friday she believes someone is sleeping in her house because she keeps hearing noises.

A caller reported there were suspicious people walking on state Route 154 at 3 p.m. Sunday.

A vehicle had reportedly been parked for more than two hours at the BP station on Sunday afternoon.

Michael R. Spencer, 23, state Route 517, was cited for failure to control after he drove through a yard on North Market Street at 7:33 a.m. Saturday.

George T. Dilling, 18, Brookfield Avenue, was cited for failure to yield after striking a vehicle driven by Michele L. Smith, 41, Cedar Street, at the intersection of North Beaver and High at 7:49 a.m. Friday.

Two village officers assisted the sheriff's office in a traffic stop a mile outside of town on state Route 517 at 4:50 p.m. Thursday.

Dawn Slagle reported Dec. 2 finding several syringes in the trash at the Lisbon Laundromat.

Police responded to the security alarm going off at the county mental health center at 4:35 p.m. Saturday and they found two doors open. They waited until a center official arrived and determined everything appeared to be fine.

A 911 call was received from a woman at a home on North Market Street at 11:44 p.m. Thursday. A man answered the door and said the woman was in the living room. She was watching TV and appeared to be drunk and told the officers everything was fine and she had no idea why she called.

Dustin Blair, Maple Street, reported Friday someone made unauthorized charges on his account totaling more than $300.

Pauline Rankin, 54, East Pine Street, was driving south on North Market Street when she lost control and struck a village snow plow being driven by Justin C. Carlisle, 22, at 9:23 p.m. Nov. 26. There were no injuries.

Police responded to a dispute at the home of Nichole Hilton, West Chestnut Street, at 1:20 p.m. Dec. 3. Police spoke with Pat and Amy Moore, both of whom accused the other of striking the other. Mrs. Moore said she had just returned from the hospital after another fight between the couple that occurred earlier in the day when Mr. Moore struck her. He accused her of shoving him down the stairs. The parties were advised there was insufficient evidence to arrest either one but they would both be charged if the officers had to return.

Juanita J. Buckius, 72, state Route 154, Rogers, was cited for running a stop sign after striking a vehicle driven by Christine R. Chludzinski, 42, state Route 45, after the intersection of East Chestnut and Pritchard at 9:52 a.m. Sunday.

Reginald Miller, Sherman Street, reported Nov. 23 his vehicle was egged. The report was not made available to the news media until Wednesday.

Mildred Pitman of Salem reported Wednesday she parked her van in front of the Cash Advance store while she went into the Circle K next door. When she came out, her van was over by the car wash and up on the curb.

Joe Weber complained about a dog running loose near the Lisbon Laundromat on Wednesday afternoon. An officer spoke with the owner, Dawn Slagle, about keeping her dog on a leash when she lets it outside.

Brandy Kaltenbach, North Beaver Street, reported Nov. 22 she suspected her brother of stealing items from her and using the stolen items to obtain loans from Cashland in Columbiana.

Don Chambers reported Wednesday purchasing a car from C & R Auto but they cannot produce the title. Chambers spoke with the auction house, who said they sold the car in October and they provided the title then. An officer attempted to call C & R but no one answered.

 
 

 

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