Lisbon Police Reports
Justin L. Burr, 25, Twelfth Street, Wellsville, was cited for driving under suspension and possessing drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop on East Lincoln Way on May 23. Burr gave police permission to search the vehicle, and the officer found in the glove compartment a glass bowl used for smoking marijuana.
Richard R. Vecchio, 57, state Route 164, was charged with open container May 23 after police saw him walking on East Lincoln Way holding what turned out to be an open can of Genesee beer. This was at 6:53 p.m., and at 11:48 p.m. police saw Vecchio arguing with another man and stopped to ask what was going on. Vecchio, who smelled of alcohol, was believed to have fallen from his bicycle, which he denied was the case. Vecchio began to argue with police and was eventually arrested for disorderly conduct.
Jason T. Fitzsimmons, 44, Woodville Road, Leetonia, was cited for driving under suspension and open container following a traffic stop on state Route 154 on May 23. While speaking with Fitzsimmons, the officer saw an open can of Milwaukee’s Best beer in a cup holder.
Daniel E. Heines, 38, Foundry Hill Road, Salineville, was cited for open container following a traffic stop on West Lincoln Way on May 23. Heines was a passenger in a vehicle being driven by his wife, who was pulled over for a faulty brake light. While talking to the couple, the officer saw an open Bud Light beer tucked behind the passenger seat, and Heines admitted it was his.
A boy riding his bicycle on East Chestnut Street reportedly drove into the back of a parked van on May 23. The boy had some cuts on his face and showed some head trauma, so an ambulance was called to the scene, and the youth was taken to an area hospital.
Police were called to Greentree Place on May 24 after a 6-month-old girl had reportedly been dropped on her head and was not acting right. The aunt babysitting the child said she was sitting on the bed with the child when the girl rolled off. The baby did not cry at first, which is why she called 911, but the child was now crying. An ambulance was summoned to scene and determined the baby was fine, and the mother did not elect to seek another evaluation.
Police were called to the bike trail on May 24 about a pantless man walking back and forth and talking to himself. Police recognized the man as a resident of Applegrove Apartments and gave him a ride home.
The burglary alarm went off at 11 Alice St. on May 24 and the building was found to be secure.
A noise complaint at the Circle K was received at 1:09 a.m. on May 25. Police arrived to find a man at the car wash next store with his music playing loud, and the man agreed to lower the volume.
A clerk at the Days Inn reported at 4 a.m. May 25 there was an SUV in the parking lot and it had been running for the past four hours and the headlights were on. Police arrived and determined no one was inside. The license plate came back to Hertz.
Rebecca Meredith, Maple Street, reported May 25 someone used her Discover Card to make for two $100 transactions without her knowledge or permission.
A caller reported a plywood cover over a broken slide at Play Town was discovered on May 25. The officer put the pieces of plywood back over the hole, and the park supervisor was called.
Police helped the Center Township police officer with an OVI arrest outside of town on Kelch Road on May 25. The man was found slumped over, with his vehicle parked in the middle of the road.
Police were called May 26 to what turned out to be a custody battle at 421 Maple St. The parties were advised this was a civil dispute.
Police stopped Fredy Noe Reyes of Pittsburgh while he was driving on South Market Street at 1:33 a.m. May 27. Reyes said he did not have a valid driver’s license and could only give police his passport. Reyes said he had been visiting his girlfriend in Canton and was told by police he needed for her to pick him up because they were going to tow his vehicle. Reyes said she was sleeping, so he and his passenger were taken back to the police station to wait until a taxi arrived.
A woman who lives at 215 E. Lincoln Way reported May 27 that a man she knows keeps trying to sell her his food stamps so he can buy cigarettes and alcohol, and she wants him to leave her alone. Police said they would contact the man.
Stafon Tre Libert, 22, Center Avenue, Lisbon, was cited for marijuana possession following a traffic stop on Jackson Street on May 27. While advising Libert about his brake light being out, police detected a strong odor of marijuana. Libert advised he had three grams of marijuana in a baggie, which was removed from the trunk. Libert admitted he had also been smoking marijuana with a friend earlier.
A man who lives at 236 E. Washington St. reported May 28 he saw an elderly woman come on his property and use her cane to move a lawn ornament toward her and pick it up. She put it back after he confronted her.
Police were called to the Hornsby House on May 30 to transport a resident for a mental evaluation at a local hospital. As police arrived, the woman walked out the back door and to the McDonald’s next door. When police spoke with her she became loud and was restrained by an ambulance crew that arrived to transport her.
A resident of 426 N. Market St. reported May 29 she heard her husband threaten to slit her throat when she took her son’s phone from the boy, and this was in violation of a no-contact order.. The husband denied saying any such thing, and that he hung up as soon as he heard her voice.