Lisbon Police Reports
Police were called to Continuing Healthcare on Vista Drive at 7:28 p.m. Friday, where a female patient was threatening staff and throwing food, forks, knives and other items. The woman told police she would rather die than remain in a nursing home. The officer stood by until an ambulance transported the woman to a local hospital to be evaluated,
A caller reported there was a man staggering his way through town on East Lincoln Way at 9:53 p.m. Friday. Police found the man, who admitted having a few drinks and was trying to walk home to Rogers. The man said he did have a friend in town, so the officer let him off with a warning and gave him a ride to his friend’s home on North Jefferson Street.
Richard Lipps told police on Saturday that he let Nicole Hilton borrow his phone and now she will not return it. Police went to Hilton’s residence on East Lincoln Way and she denied having his phone. Police advised Lipps this was a civil matter.
A motorist reported seeing reckless driver coming into town west on U.S. Route 30 at 8:43 p.m. Saturday. Police stopped the driver, who agreed to perform a field sobriety test, which he easily passed. He showed no other signs of being impaired.
Virginia D. Frantz, East Chestnut Street, reported Sunday her brothers pit bull ran toward in an aggressive manner, causing her to fall backward over a swing and into some bushes. Frantz said she had possible injuries to her back, neck and head, plus scrapes on her elbow. An ambulance was called to the scene but Frantz said she would go to the hospital later. Meanwhile, police spoke to her brother, who said the dog got away from him while he was trying to put it on a leash.
Police came across a woman sitting along the side of the road on state Route 154 at 6:29 p.m. Sunday. The woman was suicidal, so an ambulance was summoned to transport her to a local hospital.
An anonymous caller reported there appeared to be a group of underage youths consuming alcohol outside Shenanigan’s Pub at 12:37 a.m. Sunday. Police checked their IDs and determined that everyone was of age.
Police pulled over a pickup truck with only one operating headlight on North Beaver Street at 1:53 a.m. Tuesday. The driver, Rick Willis Jr., had a suspended license, as did his passenger, Marcus Jarvis. They were told to call someone to pick them up, and while they were waiting Bethany Cianni — the truck owner — called to say the vehicle had been borrowed without her permission.