Kimberly Vassar reported she was picking up her grandson at his mother's residence on 15th Street when the mother's husband came outside and began yelling and swearing at her. She said he has called her phone and made threats to her.
Dispatched to 8th and Riverside for a suspicious vehicle, officers found a man and woman sitting inside a black SUV, who said they were pulled over because they were arguing. They gave permission to search the vehicle, and officers found nothing that concerned them, according to reports. Neither had outstanding warrants and were advised to move along.
Officers were called by East Liverpool City Hospital employees about Carl Morris, Broadway Avenue, having problems and wanting to harm someone at his residence. They spoke with Morris on his porch, saying he told them he was tired of a man he knows sitting around doing drugs all day and he was going to chop off his head. They called Tri-County Ambulance to take Morris to the hospital. About an hour later, Morris was home from the hospital and officers were called back to the house, where Jessica Morris reported he was threatening to shoot her. Officers charged Mr. Morris with menacing and took him into custody.
Scott Michael Mason Groves, address not listed, was charged with criminal damaging at 7:42 p.m. Thursday after he allegedly used a baseball bat to break out the window in the residence of Jonathan Pullie, 804 Broadway Ave.
Following a traffic stop at 10 p.m. July 25, the driver, Richard Davidson Jr., address not listed, was charged with a stop sign violation and driving under suspension. A passenger in the vehicle, Jason Harris, address not listed, was charged with open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, drug abuse and drug paraphernalia. The owner of the vehicle, Brooke Keys, no address listed told police she had several methadone pills in her purse that she had taken from her grandmother and that she had intended to sell the pills. The pills were sent to BCI for testing with charges against Keys pending. A change purse was found in the vehicle that contained suspected marijuana, two bowls and a cut straw.
A warrant was issued for Devante R. Moody, no address listed, on charges of assault and resisting arrest. Police stopped Moody when he was walking on Maple Avenue near 18th Street at 1 a.m. July 23. After learning Moody had an active warrant out of Kentucky, police attempted to arrest him and he took off running, climbed a fence, ran through a yard and hopped another fence. Officers lost him after he crossed Clark Avenue.
Tanya Pappas, address not listed, was charged with operating a vehicle without a valid license, fictitious plates and expired registration after she was stopped at 9:48 p.m. July 27 on Broadway at Third Street. Her vehicle was towed.
Gary Shell Jr., Columbiana, was charged with assault after he was allegedly involved in an altercation with Dakota Powell, 310 14th St. at 5:20 p.m. July 24.
On July 26, 12 tires on three vehicles were reported vandalized around 11 p.m. on Ninth Street.
Alexandria Mason, was charged with obstruction of official business and persistent disorderly conduct July 29 after officers stopped a vehicle in which she was riding for suspected expired plates.
After investigating a report of suspected drug activity in a car parked on Lisbon Street 4:14 p.m. July 28, Shannon Herron, address not listed, was charged with driving under suspension, display of plates and possession of drug abuse instruments. Officers found a Crown Royal bag containing hypodermic needles, a spoon with suspected heroin, a scale, metal pipe and other suspected drug paraphernalia. The suspected heroin was sent to BCI for testing with charges pending.
Kelly Duncan, no address listed, was charged with driving a vehicle without a valid driver's license and expired plates, July 29 in the BP parking lot. The vehicle was impounded.