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Liverpool Township Police Report for 12-26

December 26, 2013
The Review

Veronica Lake, no address listed, reported she had left a trailer parked along state Route 7 with a flat tire. When she returned to replace the tire, the trailer was gone.

An officer stopped a vehicle on state Route 7 whose owner was suspended.The driver, James R. Howell III, Michigan Avenue, was found to have marijuana in his shoe. He was cited for driving under suspension and possession of marijuana. His passenger, Alex Farnsworth III was cited with other charges not specified in the report.

Deborah Rosenbaum, Anderson Boulevard, reported seeing a man and woman walking around and the woman coming to her rear window and trying to pull up the storm window while holding a rock. An officer responded but found only Rosenbaum's footprints and deer tracks around her house. She was advised extra checks would be conducted.

Robert Howard, Dillworth Road, reported his residence entered and a .22-caliber revolver and holster taken. He had been showing it the previous day to a neighbor. Officers went to the neighbor's residence but he was not home.

Responding to a report of a possible prowler at the home of David Garvey, Meridith Avenue, officers followed boot prints to the fire department in Dixonville where it appeared the person entered a vehicle.

Officers were called to a Park Boulevard East residence for a man being there without permission and while en route, learned that shots had been fired in the same area. They spoke with the man who advised he was there to get the rest of his belongings and that the neighbor brought out what appeared to be a shotgun. Ronald Keener was seen standing on his porch, and an officer held him at gunpoint, asking where he gun was. Keener said it was a BB gun, and took officers to it inside the home. Keener was cautioned by officers that he could be charged in relation to brandishing the BB gun or even risk being shot himself.

A home health aide for a Park Boulevard East resident reported arriving to find the side door window broken out. A brick paver was found inside the residence, but the resident and aide said nothing was missing.

 
 

 

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