Highway Patrol

— Brian S. Davis, 17, of Lisbon, was cited for reckless operation when he passed Joseph Perkins, 18, of Lisbon, on state Route 154 in Elkrun Township and applied the brakes, causing Perkins’ Jeep to strike the rear of his Hyundai at 5:20 p.m. Monday. A trooper responded and spoke with Perkins and passenger Gabriella J. Ingledue, 19, of Lisbon. Perkins and Ingledue said that after the Hyundai was struck from behind, it turned around and drove away. Ingledue’s parents arrived on the scene and the trooper was informed of an altercation the previous night between Perkins, Ingledue and the driver of the Hyundai. The trooper was then informed by dispatch that two subjects in a Hyundai were at the Lisbon post, reporting the same crash. After Harley Davis originally said he was the driver, he admitted he was not in the vehicle at the time of the crash. Brian Davis said he was the driver, and the Jeep did a “burn out” in front of his residence, so he attempted to stop it. He stated he did not intend for the Jeep to hit him.

— William G. Manning, 25, of Salem, struck a deer on Georgetown Road in Butler Township at 6:59 a.m. Nov. 11.

— Mckenna M. Boals, 23, of Salineville, was cited for failure to control when she drove off the side of state Route 164 in Center Township and struck a guardrail at 10:12 p.m. Tuesday. Boals said she attempted to avoid a deer when she swerved.

— Ryan L. Rang, 35, of Salineville, was cited for failure to control and driving under suspension when he drove off the side of U.S. 30 in Center Township and struck a ditch at 6:35 p.m. Monday. Rang said he was reaching for an item at the time of the crash.

— Allison L. Essick, 32, of Minerva, struck a deer on state Route 172 in West Township at 7 a.m. Tuesday.


— Police were called to 436 W. Washington St. at 7 a.m. Wednesday after a woman reported her ex-husband had shown up against her wishes. The ex said he was trying to get her to take him to the hospital after he had been assaulted while walking from Gavers to Lisbon. He had cut above his left eye and it appeared that his nose was broken, and an ambulance was called to transport him to a local hospital.


— Officers took a stolen safe report from a Commerce Street residency on Nov. 10. The home owner believes she knows who took the safe filled with documents and family memorabilia.

— Officers received a call reporting Chance Osborn violated a protection order on Nov. 10.

— Officers dispatched to the 400 block of Seventeenth Street on Nov. 16 for an overdose. Officers performed sternum rubs while they waited for a Lifeteam EMS to arrive.

— Family Dollar reported Mike Russell for attempting to shoplift on Nov. 13 and requested the police department place him on the no trespass list.

— Officers dispatched to state Route 7 near the Clark Avenue exit on Nov. 5 for the report of a hit deer. The driver of the silver Nissan GLA called the accident in, and officers observed damage to the vehicle and a dead eight point buck nearby.

— Officers dispatched to a Seventeenth Street residency for a semi responsive woman on Nov. 17. A Lifeteam ambulance transported her to the East Liverpool City Hospital.

— Offers spoke to the parents of juveniles observed picking on each other on Nov. 7, the officer advised the parents to keep the children away from each other and notified the schools the same.

East Liverpool

— Police responded to an accident at 6:36 a.m. Nov. 19 in the area of Rubicon Street and Parkway Avenue. The driver was not injured, according to the report.

— Officers responded to Westgate Middle School at 6:07 a.m. Nov. 19 to investigate an alarm drop in the boiler room for the second day in a row.

— An alarm drop was reported after 12 midnight Nov. 20 at the downtown BP on Dresden Avenue.

Sheriff’s Office

— The county jail staff reported at 4:43 a.m. Friday an inmate revealed his private parts to a female inmate.

— A domestic situation was reported at a Hartley Road, Knox Township, home at 3:33 a.m. Wednesday. The woman said she is prone to night terrors and after having one awoke to call 911 because she believed it was real. Others in the house said they did not witness any violence. The man living there had left because he was upset she had called. Deputies checked the area, but could not find him. There were no signs of physical abuse.


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