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Lisbon Police Reports for 2-3

February 3, 2014
The Review

Katie M. Watson, 34, East Third Street, Salem, was cited for assured cleared distance after she struck vehicles driven by Terry L. Musser, 42, Salem Grange Road, Salem, and Christine M. Borg, 48, state Route 164, Lisbon, at the intersection of North Beaver and West Pine streets at 11:04 a.m. Friday. Watson was southbound on Beaver Street when she struck Musser, who had slowed to turn, and Borg, who was stopped at the stop sign.

Christina L. Bowser, 25, Center Avenue, Lisbon, was cited for making an improper turn after she turned onto Race Road from state Route 517, striking a vehicle driven by Barry L. Thompson Jr., 36, County Home Road, Lisbon, at 11:38 a.m. Friday.

Doug Gannon of Leesburg reportedly backed into a vehicle driven by Lauri Wymer, South Beaver Street, in the Circle K parking lot at 5:38 p.m. Friday.

Cathy Pickens, Thomas Road, reported her home had just been struck by a white Jeep Cherokee at 10:52 p.m. Sunday and that the motorist fled the scene. After being unable to locate the SUV, police returned to the home and noticed damage to the front porch and outside wall, and the drywall on the inside of the home was found to be cracked.

Tracy Adams, East Pine Street, reported Friday she has been stalked for the past year by a man from Salem and even spoke with his mother to get him to stop. Adams moved to Lisbon in July and she said the man found out and drives past her residence three times per week. An officer spoke to Bill Manning and told him to take a different route when going to the Steel Trolley Diner. Manning said he understood and this behavior would stop.

The security alarm went off at the county mental health center at 12:54 p.m. Saturday, but the responding officer found the doors locked and everything secure.

A resident of Maple Street reported at 10:11 a.m. Jan. 24 her 11-year-old stepson jumped out of the car and ran away toward the bike trail. Police found the boy, who told them he ran away because he was tired of his mother hitting him in the face, sometimes for no reason. The boy said he has told his father, who has done nothing about it.

Tiffany Hipple reported at 10:12 p.m. Monday there was a reckless driver heading into town south on state Route 45 and identified the vehicle as a dark Chevrolet Silverado. An officer waited for the vehicle to arrive, but it never did.

Police responded to a medical call at a home on North Beaver Street at 12:36 a.m. Tuesday, where a mother said her baby was shaking. The EMTs advised police they believed the child was fine but were going to transport them by ambulance to a local hospital to be examined. The EMTs later reported that while on their way to the hospital the mother became combative and told them she had used heroin before calling them.

 
 

 

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