Lisbon Police Reports

Police responded to the Days Inn on state Route 154 at 1:57 p.m. Friday in response to a narcotics complaint. Police went to room 231 for an odor complaint of marijuana and spoke with the person renting the room. The man opened the door to the room and police found the odor was not coming from there. Police then left the scene.

Police responded to the Days Inn on state Route 154 at 11:39 a.m. Friday in response to a complaint that a young child was running around the hotel without any clothes on an didn’t have any adult supervision. Employees were able to find the child’s mother, but they were concerned for the child’s safety. Police spoke with the the child’s mother who said that her husband must have left the door cracked while she was sleeping and her daughter must have escaped. Davis allowed police to search the room and nothing illegal was found.

Melissa Brenner, address not listed, reported at 4:16 p.m. Feb. 14 while she was at work the day before at the county engineer’s office something damaged the front passenger door of her vehicle.

Aaron Bowles, South Lincoln Avenue, reported at 2:23 p.m. Monday he received a flat tire to his vehicle at Lincole Place.

Police were called to the area of state Route 517 near Race Road at 8:34 p.m. Monday for a report of an injured deer near the side of the road. Police found the deer to be dead when they arrived. Police allowed Matthew Chestnut to take the deer carcass.

Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2004 Chrysler minivan on state Route 154 near Bluff Street for a loud exhaust at 8:11 p.m. Tuesday. The driver, Bryan Bates, 34, Pataskala, was cited for loud exhaust and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Police conducted a traffic stop on a 1999 Ford truck that was eastbound on East Lincoln Way at 10:11 p.m. Tuesday. The driver, Cortni D. Rankin, 28, Columbiana, was cited for driving under non-compliance suspension and taken to the county jail for outstanding warrants through multiple agencies, including Columbiana County. A passenger, Michael M. Nagel Jr., 34, Lisbon, was cited for drug paraphernalia.

While on routine patrol on East Washington Street at 4:05 p.m. Monday police saw a black car pull from an alley without stopping and the rear windows were covered with snow and ice making visibility difficult. Police stopped the car at the end of Blacks Road and found the driver was part of a domestic complaint. Police told the man, identified as Cody Brian Lewis, 28, Salem, to come to the police station to make a statement about the domestic. Lewis reportedly initially acted as though he was going to comply but then began acting strange and not responding to any police questions or commands. Lewis then turned and pushed the officer away and attempted to strike the officer before getting back into the car, locking the doors and driving away on state Route 45. Local departments were notified and charges were filed against Lewis for domestic, resisting arrest and assault on a peace officer.

Smith Oil reported a $37.09 drive-off at 9:55 a.m. Tuesday. Police contacted the vehicle owner’s daughter, who said she would tell her mother to go back down and pay. Smith Oil later reported the gas was paid for.

Amanda Johnson, Sherman Street, reported at 8:43 a.m. Monday her husband heard something outside of their home and saw footprints. Police checked but found nothing.

Police responded to an East Washington Street home at 8:37 a.m. Tuesday for a report of a domestic violence. Police spoke with the man and woman, who said they were arguing with each other about using drugs. There were no signs, or reports, from either about any physical contact and both agreed to separate. The man then left in his car but asked police to accompany him back later to retrieve his belongings.

Someone reported at 2:52 p.m. Feb. 14 a “power truck” had a cargo door swing open and hit a white Jeep on North Market Street near Saltwell Road. Police spoke with the only “power truck” in that area, which was an Ohio Edison vehicle. The driver told police that a report would be made only if the victim reported to the police that some damage was done. Police checked all of the vehicle’s cargo doors and they were all closed and nothing appeared faulty. No victim ever came to the police station to report any damage to their vehicles.

Police responded to an East Lincoln Way apartment after receiving a 911 call at midnight Monday. The man inside told police that he no longer wants contact with Nicole Hilton because his mother is mad at him. Police went to Hilton’s home on East Lincoln Way and told her that the man no longer wants her to contact him. She agreed and thanked police.

Police conducted a traffic stop on a red 1998 Honda Civic on state Route 154 near the BP gas station at 11:49 p.m. Monday. The driver, Dawna M. Wright, allegedly told police that she did not have a valid license as it was suspended on an in state drug offense suspension. When asked by police if there was anything illegal inside the vehicle, Wright allegedly said she had a metal container inside her purse that contained a pipe that was given to her by her son who wanted her to dispose of it since it had belonged to his ex-girlfriend who passed away from an overdose. Wright said the pipe was used for narcotics. When police asked Wright if she had anything illegal on her person, she allegedly responded that she had a pipe and marijuana inside her vaginal cavity. Wright removed the pipe and marijuana at the police station and it was seized. Wright was cited for driving under suspension in state drug offense suspension, loud exhaust and possession of marijuana and taken to the county jail without incident.

Eric S. Slagel, 27, Kensington, was cited for driving under suspension and possession of marijuana following a traffic stop at 9:05 p.m. Saturday.

Police responded to a vehicle accident on East Lincoln Way at 12:13 p.m. Friday. It was found that a vehicle driven by Tim Troyer, Lisbon, struck the rear of a vehicle driven by Amy Chronister-Dougherty, Rogers. Troyer told police that his steering column on his vehicle had busted and he was trying to fix it when he struck the back of Dougherty’s vehicle.