David L. Todd, 42, East Lincoln Way, was charged with felonious assault for allegedly throwing a brick at his girlfriend, Amber Possage, and then striking her several times. The alleged attack occurred early Sunday afternoon after police received a call about the assault, and Todd was found sitting on the steps at the Eagles. The thrown brick reportedly missed the 31-year-old Possage by six inches.
A caller reported youths at the outdoor community basketball court appeared to be smoking marijuana at 2:29 p.m. Sunday. The youths were gone by the time police arrived.
Thomas Jewl reported someone was setting off fireworks on East Washington Street at 9:18 p.m. April 20. Police checked the area and did not hear any fireworks nor did anyone else they spoke with.
Lisa McCourt reported arriving for work at the Dollar General at 6:53 a.m. Thursday to find chicken smeared on the door and a package of chicken laying at the base of the door. The package label was from Marc's.
Park manager Dana Blackburn reported there were older youths on the park equipment at 6 p.m. Sunday and she discovered some of the equipment had writing on it.
Police were called to a home on Pritchard Avenue at 1 a.m. Saturday in regard to a medical emergency. The officers remained until an ambulance arrived to transport the person to the hospital.
An officer was called to North Market near the Vista Center at 8:10 a.m. April 11 in regard to a vehicle driven by a Vista Center employee who had just been fired. It is the Vista Center's policy to call police anytime an employee is fired for failing a drug test in case the ex-employee might be driving impaired. The officer was unable to locate the driver.
Jim Crosser reported April 22 there were people living in his apartment on East Lincoln Way without his knowledge. Crosser had told Angel Lake to move out several weeks ago and thought that she had. When police arrived, there was a male, female and 3-year-old child. The male said Tim Whamsby, who was not there, told them he was renting the apartment. After being told that was not the case, the couple was ordered to leave with their child, which they did, and the locks were changed. Whamsby later called police and was told he could pick up his belongings on the front porch.
Police were called to the Community Action Agency at 1:31 p.m. April 23 and spoke with Nicole Hilton, who was again told how to obtain an eviction notice through the courts. Hilton calmed down and waited for a CARTS bus to take her to Salem.
Elizabeth Barringer asked for an officer to stand by while an eviction notice was served on a tenant on East Washington Street at 2:20 p.m. Friday.
Beulah Yeater, East Lincoln Way, reported Friday her granddaughter took her dog and was refusing to return it. The dog had been returned by the time an officer went to the granddaughter's residence, also on East Lincoln Way. The officer advised the parties this was a civil matter that would have to be sorted out in court.
Mikala R. McCoy, state Route 170, Negley, reported her pickup was keyed while she was at her boyfriend's home on North Market Street Friday night.
A caller complained about youths at the park basketball court using foul language at 1 p.m. Saturday. An officer told the youths to watch their language and to keep the noise down.
Police were called to Garfield Street at 1:46 p.m. Saturday after Pat McLaughlin was found to have fallen on the porch of her neighbor's house. McLaughlin said her left arm was hurt and possibly dislocated. The officer remained until an ambulance arrived.
Police were called to the Valley View at 3 p.m. Saturday, where Dan Lucido said he could not stop shaking and needed medical care. The officer remained until an ambulance arrived to transport Lucido to the hospital in East Liverpool.
Amanda Wilson, East Lincoln Way, reported Sunday her grandmother's pain medication and allergy medication were missing. They were last seen on the kitchen counter at 4:30 a.m. that day.
A caller reported there was a suspicious motorist near the storage units on West Chestnut Street at 11:25 p.m. Sunday. Police checked but did not see anyone around, and the units appeared to be secure.
Jeremiah Wylie, North Market Street, reported April 14 his TV was stolen, and entry may have been through a kitchen window that was found with the window screen cut.
Brittany DeMarco, Tomahawk Drive, Negley, reported April 16 she was returning to her car after having been in the Dollar General when she saw a white male getting out of her vehicle with a bag of prescriptions she had just filled next door at the Rite Aid. The man took her medications and ran toward the McDonald's restaurant.
Gilbert Muscalu, 44, of Glendale, N.Y., was cited for assured cleared distance after his semi-trailer struck the rear of a stopped Ford Escape driven by Moriah D. Liber, 34, Stookesberry Road, Lisbon, on East Lincoln Way at Jackson Street at 4:10 p.m. Tuesday.
A 48-year-old woman who lives on West Lincoln Way reported April 20 being sexually assaulted by the man who lives with her at the same address. The investigation was dropped because of inconsistencies between what she originally told police and what she told them later.
Nicole Hilton, West Chestnut Street, asked Tuesday for help getting in her home, suggesting the officer either crawl through a window and help her do it. The officer told Hilton he would do neither and that she should contact a locksmith.
Tristan Taylor, South Lincoln Avenue, reported he was walking into town on state Route 164 south at 10:18 a.m. Wednesday when a couple in a truck slowed down and began yelling at him and pointed what may have been a gun at him. Taylor said the female may have been his ex-wife but he could not tell for sure. He said this has happened to him on two other occasions involving the same truck.
Police were called to the Valley View convenience store at 5 a.m. Thursday because Nicole Hilton was reportedly bothering customers, which she denied. Hilton was told by police to quit asking the customers for money and cigarettes and or she would be arrested. Hilton told police they were the enemy but she understood. Hilton was also told she was no longer allowed at Valley View.
Police were called to the residence of Nicole Hilton, West Chestnut Street, at 2:48 a.m. Thursday, where Hilton reported being struck in the chest with something thrown by Chris Brown, who was not there when officers arrived.
A caller reported an elderly woman was walking on Sherman Street at 12:21 p.m. Thursday and she seemed confused. Police checked the area but did not come across the woman.