Lisbon Police Reports

A man was brought into the police station at 7:17 a.m. Wednesday after he was found passed out on the sidewalk on West Lincoln Way, and he did not know how to get home. The man’s mother was called to take him home.

Police were called Tuesday to the home of Robert Vecchio, East Lincoln Way, to advise him he was no longer allowed inside Smith Oil and to remind him he had been banned from the premises. Vecchio said he understood.

Drew K. Browne, Steubenville Pike was cited for driving with a suspended license following a traffic stop on North Beaver Street at 7:19 p.m. Wednesday. His passenger, Logan Snay, received a warning after two Bush Light bottles were found under his seat and he admitted they were his.

Police received a complaint of a man on a bicycle threatening two other men as they were walking on North Market Street at 7:23 p.m. Wednesday. Christopher Haney and Richard Lipps reported that Richard Vecchio was drunk and threatening them. Another officer found Vecchio and told him to go home.

Police responded to the Family Recover Center at 6:17 p.m. Tuesday about a man suspected of being high on drugs and the ambulance crew wanted some help, just in case. The man said he had been awake for five days and had not eaten much. He was taken by ambulance to a local hospital.

A worker at Children Services reported Wednesday receiving a phone message in which the caller said he was going to schedule an appointment and also “really (mess) her up.” Police called the man, who denied at first leaving the message. He was told to have no further contact with the worker or the agency, but continued to argue with the officer, who hung up.