Alyssha M. Hobrek, 26, no address listed, was arrested Aug. 13 on an unnamed active warrant along Purinton Avenue, where she had been operating her vehicle. She was issued a summons to appear Aug. 15 in East Liverpool Municipal Court.
Cynthia Woods, Y & O Road, reported Aug. 14 her bank account had been accessed and unauthorized purchases made from locations in South Carolina.
Police took a report Aug. 14 from a man who stated he received a counterfeit $20 bill while cashing a paycheck at Walmart.
Police received a call Aug. 13 from a Lyle Street resident who claimed to be having a juvenile problem with a daughter.
Officers met Aug. 13 with a female outside the emergency room of East Liverpool City Hospital who filed a report of domestic violence that occurred in the township.
An officer was dispatched Aug. 12 to a Cherry Lane residence in reference to someone being harassed by a neighbor, with no others details reported.
Officers were dispatched Aug. 12 to KFC, state Route 170, in reference to a drive-thru customer paying with a counterfeit $20 bill, with no other details reported.
Justin R. Holmes, Cherry Lane, reported Aug. 12 that as he was cutting grass, a person known to him reportedly threatened him with a hammer. Holmes stated the incident stems from a property dispute. The officer advised Holmes on how to file charges should he elect to do so.
Officers responded to a disabled vehicle Aug. 12 along Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road, near the Pennsylvania state line, which was sitting in a lane and blocking traffic. As a wrecker was called, the owner of the vehicle appeared on scene and reported the vehicle was out of gas. The vehicle then was moved from the roadway.
Police took a report Aug. 12 from an unnamed individual who claimed to be receiving threatening calls and text messages from a person known to him.
Amber L. Boley, no address, reported Aug. 12 her phone was missing and the last place she remembered having it was while she shopped at Rue 21, Dresden Avenue.