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– A welfare check was conducted on the 3300 block of Pinewood Drive at 7:04 p.m. Friday. The woman was fine.

The investigation into a single vehicle alcohol-related accident continues at 12:49 a.m. Monday on the 46000 block on Crestview Road between Taylor Avenue and West Main Streets. The nameless driver hit a mailbox, a power pole and hit a tree with his vehicle before escaping the scene on foot.

– Officials responded to the 46000 block of Taylor Avenue at 3:45 pm on March 14th about a complaint about a dirt bike riding on private property.

– The police provided mutual assistance to the police in East Palestine, which responded to an odd man on the 300 block on Alice Street at 9:36 a.m. on March 13. He was hallucinating and unable to sleep, so he was taken to the hospital for an examination.

East Liverpool

– A patrol officer stopped a vehicle that had just left a known drug location at 7:02 p.m. on Tuesday in an unidentified location because of a loud exhaust. After the driver announced that someone had stolen her catalytic converter from her vehicle, she consented to a search of her vehicle and the security of the officers. Nothing was found.

– A woman from St. Clair Avenue reported Wednesday at 6:31 p.m. that someone got into her vehicle at around 10 p.m. on Tuesday and set off her car alarm. There were markings on her passenger door that appeared to have been tampered with on her door handle.

A deceased man was reported to the Columbiana County medical examiner on the 400 block on Gardendale Street at 3:18 p.m. Wednesday. No foul play was suspected.

– An officer was dispatched to the St. Clair Avenue and Walnut Street area at 10:49 p.m. on Wednesday, where a subject allegedly used his vehicle to damage a rainwater collection basin and accused the road conditions earlier in the day. It was explained to the test person that any damage they encountered the concrete collecting basin while leaving the lane is their fault.

– A Louise Street woman reported at 10:25 p.m. Wednesday that someone had filed a fake employee compensation claim using her previous name while working for Dollar Tree.

– Police were sent to the 500 block on Broadway Street at 6:02 p.m. on Wednesday to dispose of a syringe found on the floor by a citizen.

– Edward Torres, no address given, was arrested on Wednesday at 6:07 pm on the 700 block of Green Lane for criminal damage after allegedly splashing lighter fluid on the porch.

– On Wednesday at 4:43 pm, a custody swap was put on standby on the 800 block of Avondale Street.

– Jeremy L. Reese, no address given, was rushed to Columbiana County Jail at 3:39 a.m. Thursday after police received a call from a subject on State Route 39 who appeared to be bleeding from his head. After he appeared to be drunk, he was taken to the emergency room for examination, where he allegedly assaulted a nurse. Reese has been charged with assaulting a health worker.

– Shortly after midnight on Friday, a missing window was discovered on the 400 block on Thompson Avenue. It was not certain whether someone knocked on us or it was due to the strong wind. The back door was open, but apparently no copper was removed.

Columbiana County Sheriff

– The canine of the office was requested by the Post Office in Lisbon on State Road 45 near Post 15 on Friday at 7:28 p.m. K9 Hunter was used for an open air sniff, and in the center console was a clear plastic bag with white debris and a short blue straw with debris inside. All evidence has been collected and sent to the crime lab for review, with additional charges possibly pending based on the results.

– A woman who allegedly knocked on doors was reported at 8:42 p.m. on Friday in the 42,000 block area of ​​Hammond School Road. She wasn’t found.

– A homeowner on the 29,000 block of Campbell Road reported at 10:16 p.m. Wednesday that he was threatened by his daughter’s boyfriend, but signed a prosecution denial.

– The police responded to an open 911 number at 12:30 pm on Sunday in the 45000 block of Y & O Road. Everything was fine.

– A social check was requested for their ten year old child who was with his father on Saturday at 11:12 p.m. on the 4400 block on Homeworth Road.

– A suspicious vehicle was reported at 1:28 a.m. on Saturday in Wick Park, Leetonia. The vehicle actually belonged to a family member of a subject who lived across from the park.

Goshen Police District

Joy Beth Vandevort, 55, Beaver, Ohio, was charged with suspension and speeding after a traffic obstruction on State Route 165 at Seacrist Road on March 8th at 4:30 p.m. on March 8th.

– David M. Rumsey, 37, Canal Street, Kensington, was charged with being banned from driving after a traffic obstruction on Fifth Street on Barber Street in Beloit on March 11th at 5:14 pm.

– Ronald A. Armitage, 68, Main Street, Beloit, was cited for giving way at the stop signs following a two-vehicle accident on Main Street and Short Street in Beloit on March 12 at 7:27 a.m., in which he in drove west and drove into the intersection meets a vehicle heading south, which is being driven by Nathan P. Reichenbach, 43, Sebring. No injuries were reported.

– Stephanie A. Shack, 54, East Ohio Avenue, Sebring, was cited for OVI, possession of drug paraphernalia – marijuana and marijuana following a vehicle accident on the 14,000 block of Calla Road at 2:51 p.m. on March 14, when she was heading east en route and lost control of their vehicle. She pulled out of the south side of the street and came across an opening. She was brought to the Portage Medical Center of the University Hospitals in Ravenna by Damascus EMS with minor injuries.

– Arden F. Harris Jr., 45, Boardman, was cited for OVI and left the center after a traffic obstruction on March 13 at 5:48 p.m. on West Garfield Road on Washingtonville Road.

– Allison Gricheck, 36, Pittsburgh, was charged with disorderly behavior after officials replied to the family dollar at 3:03 p.m. on March 15 on Highway 14 and 534 where she was urinated in front of the building.

– Malachi S. Woodall, 22, Youngstown, was charged with suspension and speeding driving after an obstruction on Western Reserve and Washingtonville roads on March 16 at 12:01 am.

– Eric Uphold 50, West Seventh Street, Salem, was arrested on an active warrant from Geauga County after a patrol officer spotted him on State Route 45 near Western Reserve Road at 6:19 p.m. on March 16.

– Frank C. Gross, 62, Janet Drive, Canfield, was given right of way at stop signs following an accident involving two vehicles on Main Street and Fifth Street in Beloit on March 17 at 8:09 a.m. Turn North and encounter a vehicle heading north driven by Dawn L. Coffield, 36, South Bandy Road, Alliance. No injuries were reported.


– A youth complaint was filed on Friday at 7:10 am on the 200 block on East Sixth Street. Upon contact, the officer learned that the youth was yelling because he did not want to go to school.

– Cable lines were reported at 8:20 a.m. on the 300 block on West Pershing Street.

– The complainant was advised to properly evict a tenant on Friday at 10:53 am as he was furious for kicking his cat on the 400 block on Franklin Avenue.

– A vehicle that was disabled due to a bad battery was towed just after 12:30 p.m. on Friday in the Franklin Avenue and Southeast Boulevard area.

– Cheryl K. Nykiel of Salem-Warren Road was cited at 12:30 p.m. Friday after pulling out of a parking lot on the 200 block on East Second Street and crashing into a parked truck. It was cited for the operation of a motor vehicle without a license.

– A reckless operator was reported on Friday at 2:35 p.m. on the 2800 block of East State Street. Contact could not be established.

– Police provided traffic control for a disabled vehicle in the East State Street and Southeast Boulevard area at 2:41 p.m. Friday.

– A domestic dispute was reported on Friday at 3:21 pm on the 100 block on West State Street. It was non-violent.

– The owner of a dog received a doggie warning after his pooch was found on Vine Avenue and Fourth Street at 3:56 p.m. on Friday.

– Two vehicles that could not be found reportedly failed to stop for a school bus on Friday at 4:09 p.m. on the 1500 block on Southeast Boulevard. Additional patrols are carried out during the school holidays.

– A social check-up was conducted on the 400 block on East Fifth Street at 5:07 pm Friday on a woman whose family does not approve of her boyfriend.

– Brittany J. Mitchell, 25, from North Ellsworth Ave. and Matthew J. Crowl, 42, of Olive Street were arrested near a store on 100 block on North Howard Avenue at 7:10 p.m. Friday for possession of substance abuse instruments after being discovered in the women’s room. Five syringes and suspected narcotics were found in the woman and a single syringe was found in Crowl’s person. Mitchell also had a failure to obtain an arrest warrant.

– Shane W. Barnes Jr., 30, of Youngstown, was in town at 8:37 p.m. Friday for riding under 12-point suspension.

– Police responded to the 200 block on North Union Avenue at 9:09 p.m. Friday about a loud music complaint.

– A possible domestic incident was reported on Friday at 9:11 p.m. on the 600 block on East Ninth Street. It was only verbal.

– A youth fight was reported on Friday at 9:34 pm on the 400 block on East Pershing Street.

– A woman on the 500 block on Walnut Street reported at 6:02 p.m. Saturday that she was the victim of a scam in which someone electronically debited more than $ 2,500 from her Brinks prepaid credit card last month.

– Vine Avenue’s Michael P. Souers was served a warrant for child support at 5:55 p.m. Saturday.

– An oral argument was investigated on Saturday at 6:04 pm on the 1000 block of Buckeye Avenue.

– A resident of 300 block on Rose Avenue reported one on Saturday at 8:37 p.m. “Possible snake in her drain. The officers checked and confirmed that there was nothing in the drain. “

– Police were dispatched to the intersection of State Street and Benton Road at 8:03 am on Saturday to get a faulty traffic light.

– At 1:19 a.m. on Saturday, officers were told that Columbiana police were trying to stop a stolen vehicle traveling from the east end of town towards town. Salem units helped until it was deemed unsafe. The matter is being investigated.

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