St. Clair Township
— A South Hollywood Avenue woman reported at 6:33 p.m. Nov. 18 that she was contacted by an alleged representative from Apple to make computer updates for her computer, and noticed charges on her credit card totaling $280 at Walmart and Amazon Digital immediately afterwards.
— Robert Barrett, no address listed, was served at 7:33 p.m. Nov. 18 in the first block of Calcutta Smith-Ferry Road with a warrant out of Columbiana County Sheriff, while officers were investigating a parking violation. Aaron Thomas, no address listed, was cited for parking in a handicapped zone inappropriately and had his vehicle towed.
— A Princeton Avenue resident contacted police at 4:20 p.m. Nov. 17 because after he returned from a three-week vacation in Arizona, he found that someone changed the locks on his house and padlocked the garage doors. Officers theorized that it appears that the work may have been in preparation to make it winter ready for a bank, and potentially contractors had gone to the wrong house. He was advised to leave a note on the door in case the contractors return to complete their work.
— Police responded to a disturbance shortly after noon at Dunham Sports, after a driver had almost struck two pedestrians and one of them had struck the vehicle “out of frustration.” No damage was observed on the driver’s vehicle, who had been verified driving recklessly in the parking lot and almost striking the men. Both parties were instructed if they desired charges to contact the Law Director with a copy of the report.
— A Bloomfield Avenue man reported at 5:05 p.m. Nov. 17 that he allowed a Newell man to borrow his 2014 Cadillac and he now is refusing to return it.
— An Annesley Road woman wasn’t cited after her vehicle traveled off the right side of the road and was stuck on an embankment shortly after 11 a.m. Nov. 20.
— Someone reported at a South 12th Street address in Knox Township at 12:57 p.m. Wednesday there were multiple cows in a field with their ribs showing and a dead cow in the field. Deputies spoke to the homeowner, who rents the field out to a third party so the cows do not belong to her. Deputies found seven cows in a pasture next to a full round bale feeder. All the cows appeared to be in good health and no deceased animal was found.
— A U.S. Route 30, West Township resident reported at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, his neighbors were threatening and harassing him. On Tuesday night, the resident said he made eye contact through the window with one of the neighbors and then received a text message saying “keep it up buddy.”
— Police were called to Save A Lot parking lot at 2 p.m. Tuesday about a dispute between a couple known to the officers. Police heard them out and told the couple to stay away from each other, advising the one to go home to her apartment.