- Brian Berdine, Opal Road, Wellsville, reported his teenage son was arguing with him at 12:47 a.m. Saturday. The deputy told Berdine he could file unruly charges against his son in county juvenile court.
- Roger Buckley, Haiti Road, Salineville, reported there was a suspicious vehicle in the neighborhood at 2:41 a.m. Saturday. A deputy patrolled the area but did not see any vehicle around.
- Anita Ammon reported she was talking to Brandy Hill on the phone at 10 p.m. Sunday when she heard arguing and the line went silent. Deputies were dispatched to a home on state Route 14, Unity Township, where Hill reported she and her fiance were arguing when he punched her in the ribs and then dragged her through the gravel driveway. The fiance, Ronald Welther, was arrested for domestic violence.
-Becky Stonestreet, Coffee School Road, Salem, reported being shoved by her daughter at 3:37 p.m. Friday, but she declined to press charges.
- Melissa A. Springer, 27, Alliance, was eastbound on U.S. 62 in Knox Township at 1:38 p.m. Saturday and slowed for traffic and was struck by Leann N. Schreffler, 29, state Route 154, Lisbon. Schreffler was cited for assured clear distance ahead.
- Ronald D. Cochran, 46, Forbes Road, Wellsville, was southbound on state Route 45 in Madison Township at 9:45 p.m. Saturday and hit a deer.
- Karl K. Tullis, 44, Washington Street, Washing-tonville, was eastbound on South Alley in Salem Township at 3:20 p.m. Friday and went off the left side into a car parked in a garage. No citations were issued.
- Christine L. Wolfe, 37, Day Road, Lisbon, was west-bound on state Route 518 in Wayne Township at 9:30 p.m. Thursday and hit a deer.
- Tiffany Y. Chetock, 43, state Route 45, Lisbon, and Shannon C. Boyce, 45, state Route 30, Lisbon, were northbound on state Route 45 in Center Township at 10:34 p.m. Thursday and Boyce attempted to pass Chetock who slowed to avoid potholes and Boyce struck Chetock's vehicle. No citations were issued due to conflicting statements.
- Mark N. Brown, 51, Pritchard Avenue, was charged with domestic violence after police were called to his home in regard to a domestic dispute at 9:19 a.m. Saturday. Brown reportedly struck his fiancee's 16-year-old daughter in the face with his open hand, giving her a bloody nose, during an argument over the dogs being outside in the rain. Brown said this all started after she called his deceased mother a dog.
- A Huntington National Bank employee reported Thursday being threatened by a customer after he learned his checking account was overdrawn, and he was upset because the bank failed to warn him in advance. The employee said she was explaining the options available to the customer when he threatened to come to the bank and "blow your (expletive) heads off!" She was able to get the customer, Chad Baumgarner, to calm down, and an officer called Baumgarner, who said he did not recall threatening the employee but conceded he was mad. The bank closed Baumgarner's account and he was told by police never to call the bank or show up there again or he would be arrested.
- Dale Hood, East Washington Street, reported at 8 p.m. Friday Paula Jarreli was driving by and taking photographs of his home and granddaughter. Police spoke with Jarreli, who said she was taking photos of a sign in the yard that was directed at her family. She showed the officer the photos. The grand-daughter was not in them.
- The father of Ashley Cunningham requested an officer stand by while she picked up her children from Cherished Children Daycare at 11:10 p.m. Friday because of an incident earlier that night.
- A caller reported someone leaning on a gate at Carter Lumber at 9 p.m. Sunday. The person was gone by the time police arrived.
- Herb Chesney, South Market Street, reported a parking complaint on his property at 6:30 p.m. June 17. The offending vehicle was being moved just as the officer arrived.
- Michelle Hall reported someone was burning brush in a yard at the corner of West Washington and South Green streets at 4 p.m. Sunday, and the fire department was called.
- Douglas MacDuff reported at 1:10 p.m. Sunday there had been a home intruder in his home on Stanton Avenue. It was later found to be his caregiver, and he did not want her there. Police told her to leave.
- Avery Ohlin reported at 3 p.m. Sunday his vehicle was struck by another vehicle in the Sparkle Market lot while he was in the store.
- Police went to 404 N. Elm St. at 8:33 p.m. Sunday for a report of open burning there and found a cookout fire was too large. The residents were told to make the fire smaller immediately.
- A man reported at 9:57 p.m. Sunday some people tried to steal a heavy chain from his yard on South Cross Street.
- Tim Higbee, Bittersweet Drive, reported at 10 p.m. Sunday two people were riding four-wheelers in the area of Cimarron, Bittersweet and Juniper streets.
- Elizabeth Kapp, Columbiana, reported at midnight Saturday her car was damaged while parked in the Dutch Tulip lot.
- A woman reported at 1:24 a.m. Saturday loud noise was coming from a home on East Friend Street. Police warned the owner, James Hanlon, to turn it down or he would be cited.
- The County Sheriff's Office reported at 10:15 a.m. Saturday a reckless driver was westbound on state Route 14 in the area of the 7&14 truck stop. Police checked the area but did not find the vehicle.
- Police and firefighters were called to the Arsuffi Car Wash on state Route 14 at noon Saturday for a report of an electric fire. The electric department was notified.
- An East Park Veterinary employee reported at 1:23 p.m. Saturday they were having a problem with someone damaging their box outside that they put samples in to send to the lab.
- A man reported at 4:59 p.m. Saturday a dog was barking on Court Street. Police checked the area but did not find a dog.
- A woman reported at 6:59 p.m. Saturday a wire was down on state Route 164 near Arrowhead condominiums. Police found it was a phone wire and the homeowner moved it from the road.
- At 6:56 p.m. the Columbiana County Sheriff's Office reported there was a possible "rolling meth lab" on its way toward East Palestine from the Lisbon area. Police found the vehicle a short time later and it was discovered that there was a meth lab inside. Devaughn Pastore, 21, East Main Street, East Palestine, was charged with illegal manufacture of drugs and illegal assembly or possession of chemical tools for the manufacture of drugs and was taken to the county jail. Additional charges are pending.
- Santana L. Petrich, East Main Street, reported at 5:38 p.m. Friday approximately 15 CDs were stolen from her unlocked vehicle sometime while it was parked in front of her home.
- Someone reported at 2:52 p.m. Monday Edward Christian, Garfield Avenue, was repairing heavy equipment on his property and was possibly violating zoning laws. The matter was turned over to the building and zoning inspector for further review.
- Police went to 186 W. Taggart St. at 9:31 a.m. Sunday for a report of a possible fire. No fire was found but a fluorescent light ballast was overheating. Police attempted to contact the property owner but could not.
- Zoning violation notices for high grass were sent Sunday to 303 N. Walnut St., 214 Glenwood Ave., 6100 Rockside Woods Blvd. and 1412 Howell Road.
- Police turned the following properties over to the village for zoning violations since prior notices were left unheeded: 897 W. Martin St., 907 W. Martin St., 166 E. North Ave. and 745 E. Main St.
- A West Taggart resident reported at 11:17 a.m. Friday a neighbor's dogs chains were tangled. Police had a resident untangle the dogs.
- Kathy Jackson, South Washington Street, reported at 3 p.m. Friday a male friend had fallen outside the home. Police checked on the man's condition and notified Adult Child Protective Services after seeing the condition of the apartment.
- At 9:44 p.m. Saturday Douglas Brayshaw, 25, East Rebecca Street, was taken in custody for telephone harassment and menacing and taken to the county jail.
- Jared McKay, 29, West Main Street, was taken in custody on a a county sheriff's warrant at 3:58 a.m. Saturday on Moore Lane and turned over to a deputy.
- Officers were called to remove a person from a West 7th Street residence where Cara McLaughlin told them her boyfriend's kids were being loud while her 4-year-old was sleeping. When she asked them to leave, an argument ensued, and McLaughlin said Sydney M. Wilson, 18, Ohio Avenue, punched her in the face. Wilson was charged with disorderly conduct/fighting.
- Amy L. Godwin, 30, St. Clair Avenue, was charged with a parental responsibility violation after Cynthia M. Fry, West Fourth Street reported her child's bicycle taken from her yard. According to reports, Fry said three juveniles had been hanging around the house, and the same night, officers took three juveniles to the police station for a curfew violation and for trying to steal a bicycle on Lisbon Street. The same three are suspected in the theft of Fry's son's bike, according to report.
- Officers were called Sunday morning to the area of Sonny's Bar on Lisbon Street for a fight, where they found two women walking north. One of the women, Janna J. Hall, 32, Wyoming Avenue, reportedly refused to answer their questions. When they decided to arrest her, Hall also reportedly refused to get into the cruiser and, twice while they were dealing with Hall, they had to tell her brother to leave and stop interfering or be arrested. At the police department, Hall reportedly refused to walk up the stairs into the station. Patrolman Jake Talbott scooped her up and carried her up the steps and deposited her into a chair so she could be processed on charges of disorderly conduct/intoxication and obstructing official business.
St. Clair Township
- Officers reported a possible breaking and entering Saturday at a residence at 13477 Dray Lane. No other details, including the home owner's name, were reported.
- A breaking and entering was reported Friday at Bussard's Beauty Shop on state Route 170.
- A resident at 16386 Annesley Road reported the home entered. The resident was not identified in reports.
- A property dispute was reported at 15729 East Liverpool Road Tuesday. The names of those involved were not reported.
- An officer at 11:38 p.m. Sunday spoke with a juvenile who said earlier in the night he witnessed a man in a silver vehicle attempt to pick up juvenile girls in the area of Centennial Park. The juvenile described the man and it matched the description from an earlier incident. The juvenile said the driver of the vehicle struck him with his car, knocking him to the ground as he left the area. All the complaints were under investigation. Earlier the same day at 8:08 p.m., a caller reported a man in a silver car attempted to get a juvenile girl into his vehicle and was circling the area. While officers were speaking with the caller, another witness said the vehicle was now on Columbia Street and the operator was talking with another small female. Police activated overhead lights and the described vehicle fled, allegedly running a stop sign before stopping on Pershing Street. The operator, Juan Anchondo, 26, of Berlin Center, was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence.
- Stephen Bell, 27, whose last known address was 627 N. Lincoln Ave., was taken into custody on a warrant for failure to appear for criminal damaging after an officer at 7:33 a.m. Monday saw him traveling in a vehicle and recognized him as being wanted.
- Michael Hughes, of Alliance, reported Sunday evening that he was following a silver Chevy sedan south on South Ellsworth Avenue just north of Pershing Street and after stopping at a stop sign, the driver of the car backed up and struck the front fender of his Harley Davidson motorcycle. There was a minor scuff mark.
- Charles Bickerton, 49, of 250 E. Third St., was cited for open container after an officer on foot at 4:17 p.m. Sunday saw him walking with an open container on the sidewalk in the 100 block of East State Street.
- Domingo Diego, 22, of 414 S. Lincoln Ave., was charged with reasonable control and no driver's license after a possible crash was reported at 6:25 a.m. Saturday near Smith Oil on State Street. The report said Diego was traveling south on Rose Avenue and went off the road and struck a fire hydrant, then struck a large rock.
- Police spoke to Mike Farino at Grandview Cemetery on Franklin Avenue who reported at 12:06 p.m. Sunday that someone stole a piece of steel used to hold trash cans in place. Local scrap yards will be checked.
-Eric Bell, 25, of Salem, was charged with physical control and cited for drug paraphernalia after police were called at 2:14 a.m. Sunday for people riding on the outside of a vehicle yelling on Elberon Avenue. While police were enroute, the caller reported they were now in a different vehicle, a red Blazer. The vehicle was located and the charges filed. The drug paraphernalia charge stemmed from a metal pipe found in Bell's pocket.
- Melanie Paulin, 37, of 610 Sharp St., Salem, was cited for driving under suspension and failure to display two plates after a traffic stop at 12:08 p.m. Friday on North Ellsworth Avenue just south of the four-lane bypass. Her passenger, Malcolm Gilford, 27, of Niles, was cited for marijuana possession after being found with a small baggie of suspected marijuana. A friend came and took possession of the vehicle and Gilford was given a courtesy ride to Speedway in Salem. Paulin claimed to be having medical difficulty and an ambulance was called and she was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center.
Goshen Police District
Police charged a Damascus couple with domestic violence following a dispute that sent two women to the hospital early Saturday morning. Ronald W. M. Boyer, 51, 14952 French St., was charged with a fourth-degree felony count of domestic violence and misdemeanor assault; and Amy Ann Barna, 43, same address, was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence after officers responded to their home at 1:40 a.m. for a report of a domestic dispute involving an injured pregnant woman. Lt. Nicholas Brent was met by Boyer's son who said that his father had been in a fight with Barna, his live-in girlfriend, and had injured both Barna and her pregnant daughter, who had attempted to break up the fight. Barna had a large gash under an eye and her daughter was suffering pain in her side. Both were transported to the hospital. Boyer had fled on foot prior to officers' arrival.
- A Sharon Lynn Home for Girls resident reported damage to personal property at 6:20 p.m. June 2.
- Ashley Lauren Martig, 18, 10325 Stratton Road, Salem, was cited for assured clear distance after rear-ending a vehicle driven by Prescilla Baker, 70, Mineral Ridge at 1:44 p.m. June 3 on U.S. Route 62 just west of Lisbon Road.
- Nancy N. Kovach, 77, Warren was cited for lanes of travel following a two-vehicle crash in Green Township at 2:25 p.m. June 5 in which she was southbound in the 9000 block of state Route 45 and went left of center, striking a northbound vehicle driven by Andrew M. Mashuda, 37, Salem. No injuries were reported.
- Ronald Lee Roepke III, 23, 8692 Duck Creek Road, Salem, was cited for failure to control after wrecking on Duck Creek Road north of state Route 165 at 3:15 a.m. June 10.
- Brian D. Snoddy, 22, 9444 Stratton Road, Salem, was charged with OVI and left of center after a traffic stop on U.S. Route 62 near Seacrist Road at 2:33 a.m. Saturday.
- Sarah A. Weddell, 26, 6443 Camp Blvd., Hanoverton, was cited for driving under suspension and failure to display license plates after a traffic stop on U.S. Route 62 near state Route 534 at 10:57 a.m. Saturday.
- Gabriel Alexander Jarvis, 21, 27245 U.S. Route 62, Beloit, was charged with theft after attempting to remove items from the Dollar General in Beloit at 11:31 a.m. Sunday.
- Suspicious persons were reported at 6:53 a.m. Monday in the 900 block of North Ellsworth Avenue where officers located two males sitting in the bed of a truck. They said they were waiting for a friend.
- A suspicious vehicle was reported at 12:34 a.m. Monday in the 500 block of Jennings Avenue. Three people found in a vehicle said they were just talking. They were identified and it was learned that none of them had valid driver's licenses. They were told to leave and have a valid driver return for the vehicle. Police checked the exterior of the building, also, before leaving.
- Police were called at 12:29 a.m. Monday to the 500 block of West Pershing Street for theft from vehicles. A neighbor heard loud banging coming from a business next door and saw a man dressed in black leave from behind the business with a large box. He left on a bicycle, but police were unable to find him. One vehicle had a broken front passenger window and another had a broken passenger side taillight. Nothing was missing from the vehicles. The business owner was told to contact police if anything turns up missing.
- An officer at 11:45 p.m. Sunday saw two vehicles parked in the lot of a closed business in the 600 block of New Garden Avenue, with one vehicle occupied. A female exited one of the vehicles and said she was parking there and walking up the street to visit a friend. Nothing appeared out of order.
- Police responded at 11:36 p.m. Sunday to a residence in the 2200 block of Southeast Boulevard where police had been called several times throughout the day due a man and woman not getting along. According to the last report, the woman decided to stay with a family member and was provided a ride due to her intoxication. Police had been called there for a prowler at 10:39 p.m. and found the man and woman arguing. The man had left earlier and returned, with the woman making several allegations of assault, but with no evidence found by police to substantiate the allegations. Neither one was willing to leave and agreed to go to separate rooms. At 9:41 p.m., the woman alleged the man dragged her through the yard by her neck and struck her, but the report said she had no grass stains on her clothing and no red marks on her neck to substantiate her claims. She was intoxicated and told to come Monday when she's sober to write a statement. An officer inspected the man's hands and clothing which showed no signs of being in a struggle. He denied doing anything physical to her and said he was only there to try to work things out after they had argued throughout the day. He was given a ride to another residence. At 5:41 p.m., the woman reported her boyfriend took her truck without her permission. The boyfriend told police he left due to not wanting to get into an argument with her. He said he always uses the vehicle, but would return it to avoid more problems.
- A man came to the police station at 11:08 p.m. Sunday to report his wallet stolen. Officers spoke to a possible suspect who said she didn't take it and offered them a chance to check her and her purse.
- Suspicious activity was reported at 11:02 p.m. Sunday in the 300 block of Sharp Street and 400 block of West Pershing Street. A man said his son was running through several yards in an attempt to get home after he believed unknown people were chasing him. He said he saw a juvenile running through yards.
- Loud music was reported at 11:02 p.m. Sunday on South Lundy Avenue, but residents turned it down.
- A woman in the 1300 block of Cleveland Street reported at 10:46 p.m. Sunday that several juveniles in a blue sedan threw eggs on her property, but there was no damage. The vehicle drove west on Cleveland and failed to stop at the stop sign for North Union Avenue and could not be located. A caller in the 1000 block of East Third Street at 10:35 p.m. also reported juveniles in a blue car throwing eggs.
- Police were called at 9:22 p.m. Sunday to the 500 block of East School Street for a domestic dispute. A man was in a verbal confrontation with his stepfather and said the stepfather hit him in the face. A small mark was seen. The stepfather said he was in an argument with his stepson when the stepson went to hit him and he pushed him away. He said he was threatened by his stepson, who was leaving for the night.
- The owner of a property on West Pershing Street called at 7:54 p.m. Sunday to request removal of a resident. She was told it's a civil matter.
- A man from East Third Street spoke to an officer at 7:48 p.m. Sunday about a situation involving property. He was told it's a civil matter.
- A debit card found along South Howard Avenue was turned over to police at 7:20 p.m. Sunday and placed in lost and found.
- Police were called to Centennial Park at 5:12 p.m. Sunday for a juvenile complaint with 30 juveniles arguing near the pool area. All the juveniles left in different directions when police arrived. Two juveniles said someone was trying to start a fight with them. They were told to stay away from the person.
- An officer on foot was given an item found on East State Street at Broadway at 5:10 p.m. Sunday and placed it in lost and found.
- Police were called at 4:10 p.m. Sunday for a trash accumulation in the 300 block of West Sixth Street where there was a trash container with garbage spilled on the ground around it. The resident said it would be cleaned up.
- A caller at 3:26 p.m. Sunday reported an animal in a vehicle in the Walmart parking lot. Police found the vehicle with all four windows down.
- A woman in the 400 block of Sharp Avenue reported at 2:54 p.m. Sunday that a dog from another property broke through a fence and almost knocked her mother down. A warning tag was left for the owner.
- A caller in the 600 block of Jennings Avenue reported at 1:49 p.m. Sunday that someone took copper wire from two utility poles.
- An animal was reported left in a vehicle in the Giant Eagle parking lot on East State Street at 1:25 p.m. Sunday, but was not found.
- A woman reported at 11:30 a.m. Sunday that her juvenile daughter ran away in the morning, but called back a short while later to report she was home.
- An officer on patrol at 9:30 p.m. Sunday saw a large brush pile fire beside a residence on North Ellsworth Avenue and a person throwing a bucket of water on the fire as the flames reached a height over the roof of the home. The fire department responded to put out the fire.
- Police were called to Grandview Cemetery at 8:26 p.m. Sunday for a vicious dog off-leash complaint. The dog was reportedly chasing after people in the cemetery. No dogs were found.
- A Springdale Street resident called at 7:55 p.m. Sunday regarding an iPhone and $300 in rolled change missing after a breakup with another person who resided there. The resident wanted a report on file.
- Police assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol as they administered a test on an OVI suspect from Youngstown at 2:23 a.m. Sunday.
- Police responded at 9:50 p.m. Saturday to the 1100 block of West Perry Street for a possible domestic violence situation, learning there was an argument and nothing physical.
- Police initially took a phone harassment complaint over the phone from a tenant at Salem Acres on Prospect Street at 7:52 p.m. Saturday, then went to the apartment complex to listen to the recording of the call from the tenant's relative. The two parties are in a court case set for hearing within the week.
- A Springdale Avenue resident came to the station at 4:19 p.m. Saturday with questions regarding a civil protection order they received. They were given some information and told to contact the Sheriff's Office or an attorney for answers to other questions.
- A caller who contacted the Ohio State Highway Patrol about striking some mailboxes Friday night while avoiding a deer and leaving his vehicle was transferred to Perry Township at 3:15 p.m. Saturday since the location was allegedly south of Salem Hills Golf Club on state Route 45. Police checked the road and did not find any damaged mailboxes or a vehicle.
- Township officers assisted Salem Police on a couple of calls early Saturday morning, including an accident scene on Rose where the driver removed the license places and left, but was apprehended, and a disturbance on Short Street.
- Police were contacted at 11:29 p.m. Friday about a woman who got into an altercation with her boyfriend at Salem Acres on Prospect Street. She did not want to press charges and he left before police arrived. Information will be forwarded to the prosecutor's office for review.
- Loud persons were reported at 10:46 p.m. Friday on South Lincoln Avenue. A resident said their kids were outside making noise and would keep it down.