Lisbon Police Reports
Police were called to a domestic dispute at a home on Pendleton Street at 11:45 p.m. Saturday, where Jerry Holbem said his girlfriend’s brother lives with them and he came home to find the basement light on. Holbem told Heather Crawford he was tired of her brother always leaving the light on and an argument resulted. Holbem said he just wanted to leave for the night and was given a ride by police to the county fairgrounds. Meanwhile, Crawford asked that an ambulance be summoned because she wanted to be mentally evaluated at a local hospital.
A worker at the Hornsby House, Rose Drive, detected a strong odor of marijuana in the hallway at 4:55 a.m. Friday. Police arrived and was directed to the room of Rex Borreli and knocked on the door. Borreli opened the door but not before police heard him moving things around, and he denied having any drugs. Police were given permission to search the room and illegal drugs were found.
Bruce Baker, Greentree Place, reported at 2:24 p.m. Saturday there was a multicolored Coupe DeVille parked behind his house for some time after being left there by about five people. There was no front license plate and the rear plate stated “RESCUE 8” with a red cross it. Baker said he would wait a while longer to see if they returned before calling back to have the car towed.
Renee Rodeheaver, the manager of the Dollar General, reported Saturday someone poured what appeared to be coffee on her vehicle, and this is the fourth time it has happened. Police intend to look at surveillance video, but in the meantime she was told to park her vehicle in front of the building so her co-workers could keep an eye on it.
A caller reported there was a dog running loose near the start of the bike trail at 9:24 a.m. Saturday, and police determined the canine belonged to someone at the county homeless shelter on Maple Street and they were trying to track down the dog.
Three women were reportedly being chased by Jay Farrow near the Steel Trolley Diner at 1:09 a.m. Saturday. Selena Salinas, Ana Chestin and Julia Frenzel said they were going into the diner when Farrow approached the trio and asked for their phone numbers and to be his girlfriend. He also invited them back to his place, and all three panicked and began running toward the police department, with Farrow giving chase. They only asked that police speak with Farrow about the incident.
Devin Carlini of Youngstown and Bonnie Burcham of Washington Street were the drivers in a two-vehicle accident that occurred at the intersection of North Jefferson and East High streets at 1:26 p.m. Friday. No injuries resulted.