— While on patrol a deputy came across an abandoned vehicle parked near the intersection of East Liverpool and Y & O roads in Madison Township at 12:08 a.m. Thursday. The bent license plate it came back to Tina Barrick but it was for another vehicle. The VIN came back to Alissa Doughtry, and the deputy contacted her brother, who said the vehicle was sold to Brandon Savin, but the title work had yet to be done. The deputy removed the keys and left a business card. Savin called later to say he had trouble with the vehicle.
— Matthew C. Ward, 31, was charged Thursday with obstructing police business for deliberately urinating himself, falling to the ground and resisting arrest while deputies were trying to transport him from the county jail to a court hearing.
— Wendell Beatty Jr., 31, was charged after allegedly striking Helen Beatty in the face with his hand during an argument while he was trying to leave a home on Union Ridge Road, Middleton Township, at 8 p.m. Nov. 2. While leaving the residence, Beatty’s vehicle struck a vehicle owned by Richard Moffett’s son.
— A caller reported there was a fight behind a house on West Lincoln Way at 3:44 p.m. Tuesday. Police spoke with a woman, who said she and her husband had been arguing, but no threats or assaults occurred.
— Police was called to the apartment house at 118 W. Washington St. at 8:24 p.m. Thursday because the caller wanted a man there removed from the premises over a verbal dispute. While there, the officer determined one of those involved in the dispute needed medical care, so he was transported by ambulance to a local hospital.
— Police were called to an dispute over children being picked up at 220 N. Beaver St. at 6:14 p.m. Wednesday. The officer recommended in the future the drop-offs occur in police department parking lot.
Hancock County Sheriff
–Chanice Adkins, 33, North Las Vegas, Nevada, was cited for DUI second charge and possession of marijuana on Oct. 26.
–True Anger Glass, 24, Chester, was cited for leaving the scene and failure to yield-right of way, on Oct. 30.
–Edwin Henander, 46, Chester, was cited for driving while intoxicated with damage on Thursday.
–Daniel Valdez, 46, Bethalto, II, was cited with possessing stolen property on Thursday.