Lisbon Police Reports

A complaint of dogs running loose on West Washington Street was received at 2:37 p.m. Friday and one of them was struck by a vehicle. Christy Hoprich said the three canines escaped when she opened the door. The caller reported one of the dogs chased her and her daughter.

A noise complaint was received in the alley behind the 300 block of East Washington Street at 5:42 p.m. Sunday. Police came across three men outside playing drums and guitars. They were asked to keep the music down and they agreed they would.

Responding to a report of a runaway, police came across the 13-year-old boy walking along East Lincoln Street at 8:14 p.m. Thursday. The boy said he and his mother had been arguing about chores. The mother said her son was bipolar and was not taking his medication.

Leon Daughtery, East Washington Street, reported Friday his plastic pickup truck liner was stolen.

A caller reported there was a woman lying in the roadway on North Market Street at 7:56 a.m. Friday and police found a woman they knew with mental problems and she was drunk. After being told she needed to go the hospital to be examined, the woman took off running in traffic before cutting into a yard. Police captured her and had her transported by ambulance to a local hospital. Three hours before, the woman’s landlord reported she tried to set fire in her apartment fireplace at 401 E. Lincoln Way and the apartment filled with smoke. At 1:17 a.m., the same woman was the subject of a call about someone at Circle K referring to herself as the Holy Ghost and harassing customers. She became angry when police referred to her by her given name instead of the Holy Ghost and was told to go home.

A caller reported there was a drunken many trying to get money from his account at Farmers Bank at 10:50 a.m. Thursday. The man — Robert Vecchio, 55, — was stumbling about and slurring his words. He was cited for public intoxication before police gave him a ride to his home at 401 E. Lincoln Way. A little way later police began receiving calls that Vecchio was walking down the street and falling down. Police found Vecchio sitting in the grass at the library and talking to himself. He arrested a second time for public intoxication and his bag of beer was confiscated.

A man called at 11 a.m. Friday to say he was going to visit is wife at the Christina House, but police were concerned this might not turn out well. Police were able to contact the man, who said he was on his way to work.

Isaac R. Faulkner, 18, of Salem, struck the vehicle in front of him on East Lincoln Way at 12:16 p.m. Friday, setting off a chain reaction accident. The vehicle Faulkner struck was driven by Andrea N. Dietz, 19, of East Liverpool, which struck the vehicle in front of her, operated by Brandon Patterson, 19, of Wellsville.

Catherine Risden was parked out of a private drive on West Chestnut Street when she struck a Chevrolet Tracker being driven by Karen S. Wilcek at 3:11 p.m. Sunday.