Police were called to a home on West Chestnut Street at 5 a.m. Friday until an ambulance arrived to transport the woman who lived there to a local hospital.
A caller said some men in a newer Chrysler were smoking marijuana at the BP station at 6:08 a.m. Friday. The vehicle was gone by the time police arrived.
Police were called to the Cherished Children's Day Care Center at 9:20 p.m. Friday in regard to a bat inside the building with children present. An officer arrived and help remove the bat.
Brandi Cope was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after police responded to a domestic dispute between her and her mother, Candi Kibler, on West Lincoln Way at 8:44 p.m. Friday. Cope was trying to remove her clothing from the residence but she claimed her mother was taking what belonged to her. Cope was advised this was a civil matter and they could not tell what belonged to who. This upset Cope, who continued to yell and scream, despite repeated warnings to quit. Finally, police told Cope she was being arrested for disorderly conduct but she reportedly threw herself on the ground and continued to try and pull away from the officer after being handcuffed.
Police were called to a North Beaver Street residence at 10:20 p.m. Friday, where Christie Schnader reported she had kicked Tim Wamsley out of the apartment but he returned and tried to get inside. She said Scott Rudder then pushed Wamsley, who fell over a bicycle, striking his head. Wamsley was gone by the time police arrived but he was found in the Chase Bank parking lot and refused treatment for a cut on his forehead. At noon the next day, Wamsley called to say Rudder tried to force his way in to his North Beaver Street residence and was making threats. Police located Rudder and told him not to return to the residence or he would be arrested.
Sean Hause, South Lincoln Avenue, and Sean Hause, Maple Street, reported Saturday that Glen Liebert threatened them and their mother by saying he was going to burn down their mother's and Kevin's houses and kill their dog.
Police were called to the Lisbon Cemetery at 6:12 a.m. Sunday, where they found an intoxicated man at his brother's grave. The man said he took some pills but he had no idea what they were or how many. An ambulance crew was called to transport him to a local hospital.
Police were called to West Chesnut Street at 12:22 a.m. Sunday, where Ronald Cochran and Vicki Dennison said they had been arguing and nothing more.
Police were called to Greentree Place at 2:15 p.m. Saturday in regard to a resident who was having issues, but officers determined the person was only visiting there from Leetonia and he was no longer there.
Kerry Florie, Sue Drive, reported Monday her rental property on East Lincoln Way had been vandalized by the former tenant. Police found large amounts of garbage and spoiled food in the kitchen. In addition to the overwhelming stench that greeted police, the officer also saw a large mound of maggots writhing about on the floor. The officer also found empty beer cans and soda pop containers, used cigarettes, other food and dog feces in other parts of the house. The back door to the house was broken off its hinges and a large uncovered air conditioner vent hole in the floor in front of the door, and there were holes in the new ceiling. The officer could not get in the basement because of backed-up sewage and more garbage. There was also garbage in the back yard.
Police were called to a home on North Market Street at 1:55 a.m. Saturday, where Tim Wamsley reported being assaulted by Scott Rudder as continuation of a previous dispute.
After receiving a call about a reckless driver at 6:48 p.m. Tuesday, police found the vehicle in the alley between South Green Street and South Lincoln Avenue and the driver, Edward A. Duko II of Salem, laying down in the front seat. Duko stated the car had been towed there and he was waiting for his mechanic, but he later admitted to having been driving. Duko was then cited for driving under suspension since he only had driving privileges to and from work and school, and the spot in the alley was neither.
Someone from Cherished Children reported at 9 p.m. Tuesday there was a bat in the kitchen, which is the second time that had occurred this week. Police arrived and gently coerced the bat into a bucket, which was used to transport it outside.