Lisbon Police Reports

Police responded to a report of people fighting in the street on North Market Street at 5:49 p.m. June 3. They found that Sam Jennings had stopped his semi in the middle of the street and Sherry Jennings was on the porch yelling, but she began to clap after seeing police arrive. The encounter stemmed from a child custody dispute and related issues. The couple was advised the best thing to do was to file for divorce and allow the court to determine visitation.

Police were called to a Harrison Street home at 10:55 p.m. June 4 in regard to the woman who lived there might be missing. She had business in New Philadelphia and had taken a client there during the day and told her husband she would be home by about 6 p.m., but she had yet to return. Just as police were going to issue an alert the wife called to say she had pulled over and taken a nap.

Cindy Madej from the alternate school at county juvenile court called June 5 to say two iPads were missing, and pinging from the one showed it was in Boardman. Police in Boardman went to the home and determined a teacher at the alternate school lived there and she had taken an iPad home. Madej called back to say the other iPad may have been missing for a year and they did not want anything more done.

A caller said there was a drunken man in the area of Valley View at 6 p.m. June 5. Police arrived to find Richard Vecchio, who said he had gotten into an argument with a clerk. Vecchio smelled of alcohol but appeared coherent. Vecchio was told to park his bike and the officer gave him a ride home.

Police were called to the Hornsby House on June 5 because a resident was being too loud. The woman said she had been singing and the worker there did not like it. She was told to keep it down. Police returned two days later for the same complaint involving the same woman, but the caller thought she was threatening to commit suicide instead of singing.

A person who lives on West Lincoln Way reported at 5:53 p.m. June 6 there was man standing at the window naked and pleasuring himself. Police went to the house of the suspect and the man opened the door wearing only black underwear, but he denied being naked while looking out the window. He was advised to wear clothing when outside or at the window.

Police responded to a report of a fight at Shenanigan’s at 2:39 a.m. Friday, and they arrived to find Steve Swartz holding Tabitha Boyd, and Mike Skidmore was several feet away. The group had been arguing, and Skidmore was trying to convince Boyd it was time to go home but she said she did not want anything to do with him. After everyone had their say, Boyd returned to the bar, while Swartz and Skidmore remained outside trying to get a ride home. The officer remained for another 10 minutes just to make sure things did not flare up again.

Amanda Beresic, East Lincoln Way, reported Friday her mail had been opened and food stamp card was gone, and the week before her wallet had been stolen from her unlocked van.

A West Washington Street woman reported Friday finding a hooded sweatshirt and Black Panther mask in her yard and felt compelled to call because of the recent rash of vehicle break-ins and reports the suspects were wearing a hooded sweatshirt and mask.

Police went to a home on South Beaver Street at 7 p.m. Saturday to serve an arrest warrant on Jessica Combs for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Combs had children with her and no one to watch them, so police told her to show up at court on Monday to take care of the warrant.

Police helped a sheriff’s deputy in responding to a domestic dispute at Roseland Commons apartments at 7:06 p.m. Saturday. They learned that Mark Knight and Autumn Goodfellow had been fighting and Knight had run away. Bruise marks were found on Goodfellow, who said Knight had also choked her.