Lisbon Police Reports
— The owner of Clip Joint on Sherman Street reported at 9:38 a.m. Friday a vehicle was parked in her parking lot that did not belong to a customer or anyone she knows. While police checked on the vehicle the owner approached and was told to move it somewhere else in the lot or onto the street.
— A county sheriff’s deputy requested assistance at 10:02 p.m. Thursday with checking on a white SUV and a man who had taken the vehicle that had a warrant and was reportedly at the Laundry Barn on state Route 45. Police found a man sitting shirtless next to a the ash tray on a bench outside of the laundry mat. The deputy found the man, identified as Albert McVay, to have an active warrant for his arrest. McVay was reportedly seen by police handing items in his possession to a man with him and police asked the man if they could check the items for possible narcotics. Police checked and found one to appear to be suspected narcotics and the other to appear to be suspected heroin. McVay reportedly told police the items were not his and that he had picked them up off of the floor. Police also checked inside the large ash tray and found a syringe sitting on top off all the cigarette butts. McVay also reportedly denied the syringe being his. The man with him told police that he did see McVay place something into the ash tray but could not verify if it was a syringe. Police stood by until the deputy completed the investigation.
— Police were called to a Maple Street home at 5:49 p.m. Thursday for a report of an intoxicated subject. Police were unable to make contact with the man at his home.
— Police were called to the juvenile court parking lot on West Lincoln Way at 3:45 p.m. Thursday for a report of a suspicious person. Police found a shirtless man in the parking lot who appeared to be under the influence of narcotics. The man told police he was upset because he could not get a ride the to meeting he had for housing. Due to the officer’s prior experiences with the man, an ambulance was contacted. Police stood by until North Star arrived to take the man to the Salem hospital for evaluation.
— Police were called to a South Lincoln Avenue home at 3:34 p.m. Thursday for a report of a burglary in progress. Police spoke with the woman caller who said that a man who lives behind her home walked into her home and refused to leave. Police spoke with the man who said that he and the woman had an intimate relationship and that she allowed him to enter the building. Police spoke with the woman again, and she confirmed that she and the man were intimate with each other and that she had let him in. Police told them to stay away from each other.