Police were called to the Smith Oil parking lot at 6:50 p.m. Sunday in regard to someone plucking a chicken. Police spoke with Lewis Freitag, who said he received a chicken as partial payment for some work performed on a deck, and the feathers blew out of his vehicle when the door was opened. Freitag cleaned up the feathers before leaving.
Vicky Waite, Applegrove apartments, reported hearing pounding at 5:55 p.m. Sunday. She was told it could be a neighbor hanging a picture or watching TV.
Police received a call in the area of the BP station at 6:26 p.m. Sunday in regard to a girl who may have deliberately injured herself. Police spoke with mother, who said her daughter was having a bad day and scratched her arm on purpose before leaving the house. Although the injuries did not appear life threatening, they were advised to seek medical treatment, which they said they would do.
Sandy Dixon, East Pine Street Extension, reported there was someone walking in her yard at 12:40 a.m. Thursday, but police did not find anyone around.
A loud music complaint was received at 405 W. Washington St. at 10:31 p.m. Wednesday, but police did not hear anything after they arrived. This was the second call within a half hour.
Bill Syoc, East Washington Street, reported at 6:43 p.m. Friday that Cam Kauffman was harassing and threatening him. Police spoke with Kauffman and told her to stay away from Syoc.
Police were called to 320 N. Market St. at 8:16 p.m. Friday about a male lurking about outside. The caller said the person was standing behind a tree beside the apartment building and had a case of beer with him. Police checked and found a 12 pack of Milwaukee's Best beer by the tree.
Police received a complaint about trash in a yard in the 800 block of North Market Street at 2:12 p.m. Monday. Police arrived, but there was no one home at the time. Police spoke with the resident the next day and were told the trash would be cleaned up.
Karen R. Aikens, 45, state Route 164, Leetonia, was sitting in traffic when the pickup truck behind her drove into the rear of her car. The accident occurred at the intersection of Saltwell Road and North Market Street at 7 p.m. Monday, and Edward S. Moore, 62, Fairfield Avenue, Columbiana, was the driver of the truck.
Michelle Hall, South Green Street, reported Monday she and her husband went to the store but left their 17-year-old son home to watch the other three children. When they returned the three laptop computers their son had been playing with on the front porch had been stolen.
A caller reported there were children hanging out of a second-story window in a house across from the county juvenile justice center parking lot at 2:12 p.m. Monday. Police spoke with a man at the residence, who said he would shut and lock the windows.
Herb Chesney reported a semi-truck making a delivery to Chef's Table was blocking his driveway at 6:36 a.m. Tuesday. Police spoke with the driver, who said he would be done in 15 minutes, and Chesney said he was OK with that.
Police responded to a report of a lady who had fallen in the alley behind the Allay Nursing Care facility on Pendleton Street at 8:36 a.m. Tuesday. An officer spoke with a nurse from the facility, who said the resident must have gotten out but the alarm did not go off. The resident was unharmed.
A disabled vehicle was found in the middle of the intersection of Lee and North Jefferson streets at 8:13 a.m. Wednesday. A man said the vehicle belonged to his brother and had broken down earlier but they left because they had an appointment with the probation department. The man was able to get the vehicle started enough to get it into a driveway.