Wellsville Police Reports

A woman who lives in town reported Tuesday a man she knows sent her an inappropriate photo over Facebook. She said this had been going on for years and she has blocked him, but then he sets up another Facebook account. Police examined the posting but it did not show a name.

Emily Lawson, Independence Square, reported April 10 being smacked in the face two weeks before by Christopher Steele and that she called Robert Hubbard for protection, and now Steele is threatening Hubbard. Lawson said she never bothered to call police when it happened. Hubbard and Lawson were advised to obtain a protection order against Steele.

Dave Vallera, Wood Street, reported April 11 the air was let out of the front tires of his Jeep.

Kimberly Martin, Clark Avenue, reported Monday her Bravada was stolen by her boyfriend, Patrick Murphy, who threatened to damage the SUV. Police were unable to locate Murphy or the SUV, but Martin called back to say it had been returned and it was damaged. Murphy was charged with criminal damaging.

A village woman reported April 11 getting messages from her father asking her to have sex with him. Her father, who lives in another state, molested her when she was a child and she has reported the abuse to the authorities where her father lives. She gave police information about her father and his current whereabouts.

Scott Span was cited for running a stop sign and being in physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol following a traffic stop on state Route 7 at 10 a.m. Wednesday. While speaking with Spann, police could detect the odor of alcohol. Spann agreed to perform field sobriety tests and he failed.

Robert Donnelly was backing up in the the Riverside Roadhouse parking lot at 4:06 p.m. Wednesday when his Lincoln MK was struck by Chevrolet Uplander driven by Ivan Ward, Independence Square, causing damage to his bumper. Both drivers were cited for improper backing, and Ward, 34, was also charged with driving without insurance.