- Donald Hall, Sprucevale Road, Rogers, reported at 8 a.m. Monday that his neighbor's horses are getting loose and coming onto his property. The deputy spoke to the neighbor, Heidi Cole, who said this was only the second time it happened. The deputy told her she needed to keep her livestock on her property or she could be cited.
- Cindy Lemasters, Malone Road, Salineville, reported June 18 having a dispute with her neighbor over a driveway they are having installed on the property. The parties were told this was a civil matter and to stay away from each other.
- Deputies were asked by Russell Maze of Concord to check on Calvin Adams, First Street, Hanoverton, at 4:31 p.m. Friday. The deputy spoke to Adams' relatives, who made arrangements for Adams to call Maze.
- Emma Slomer, Seigler Road, Salineville, reported Friday a shed had been broken into and an old mower was moved near the road.
- Betty Griffith, Bayard Road, East Rochester, called at 9:20 p.m. Saturday. When the deputy called her back, Griffith said things had calmed down and the fire was now out and she would make a full report the next day.
- Deputies were called to the Clarkson area of Middleton Township on Sprucevale Road at 2:13 p.m. Sunday in regard to ATVs being ridden on the road and in a reckless manner. The deputy spoke to the rider's mother, Kristie Quetot, and told her it is illegal to ride ATVs on public roads and that the driver could be cited and the ATV towed away. The deputy also spoke to two other juveniles who were on the ATV on the property.
- Nichole Rickerd, East Main Street, Salineville, reported Sunday her neighbor threatened to run her out of town because he said she does not keep her dog tied up, which she denied. The deputy advised them to follow the instructions of the Salineville Police Department and report the incident to them when an officer is on duty.
- Eric Cline, Harijune, Minerva, reported Sunday having problems with a child visitation issue.
- Seth Berresford, state Route 170, Negley, reported at 10 a.m. Monday he was inside his home when he heard a vehicle pull in his driveway and then heard a male voice talking to his inside dogs and then begin jiggling the door knob to his locked bedroom door. Berresford grabbed a 9 mm handgun and exited his bedroom only to find a person later identified as Glen Fulton in his kitchen. Fulton had entered through a window and yelled for Berresford not to shoot him. Fulton fled but returned to retrieve his car keys before running outside again. Meanwhile, Berresford fired two shots into an embankment to get Fulton to stop but he continued on. An arrest warrant for burglary was issued against Fulton.
- Bethany Shelton, Main Street, East Rochester, reported her daughter was involved in a domestic dispute with a male at his residence on Bayard Road at 1:54 p.m. Sunday. A deputy arrived and spoke to the daughter, who said she and the male had been arguing but no threats were made, nor was anyone assaulted.
- Naomi Mattern, Hammond School Road, Wellsville, reported her mailbox was blown up about 2 a.m. Sunday.
- Amanda Jett, Canal Street, East Rochester, wanted Danny Hartshorne removed from the residence at 5:49 p.m. Monday because he was there arguing with his brother over property taxes. Hartshorne left before the deputy arrived. The deputy called him and told him not to return.
- Patricia Potts, 18th Street Heights, Wellsville, reported at 5 p.m. Monday William Watson showed up wanting paperwork from a vehicle in their garage and he knows the vehicle is tied up in probate court. Watson, who is from Clyde, was told Potts did not want him on her property and he needed to speak with his attorney.
- A loud music complaint was received on West Main Street, Salineville, at 3:30 a.m. Tuesday, but the caller called back to say the music had been turned down.
- Deputies were called to a domestic dispute at the Butler Mobile Home Park, U.S. Route 62, Salem, at 12:15 a.m. Tuesday, resulting in the arrest of Lance M. Morris for assault after allegedly assaulting Melissa Doyle. Morris reportedly pushed her around and then dragged her outside and began banging her head off the ground. Doyle managed to break free and lock Morrow out of the trailer.
- Jessica Scary, Bayard Road, Minerva, reported Monday a German shepherd from the neighborhood has been chewing holes in her fence.
-Warren Petre, state Route 558, New Waterford, reported Monday receiving a call from someone claiming to be with the IRS and telling him he owed the IRS $3,154. Petre provided no information and then he received a call from someone claiming to be with the New Waterford Police Department and telling him he owed the money. Petre called the police department and was told no one there had called him.
- Deputies were called to Ridgeview Drive, Hanoverton, at 4:46 p.m. Monday in regard to a boy concerned about his mother driving around while intoxicated. After deputies arrived, the mother, Jennifer L. Morris, was brought to the scene by a person who had gone looking for her. Morris, 39, refused to calm down after repeated requests to do so and kept using profanity, some of which was directed at the deputies. At this point, Morris was arrested for disorderly conduct, but then she allegedly propositioned the deputies and began making other sexual comments to them. Once at the county jail she reportedly began twerking against the outside of a sheriff's cruiser before being handed off to a female corrections officer.
- Wayne E. Kline, 78, Alliance, was eastbound on Ridge Road in West Township at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday and Shelbie Nicole Carver, 19, Mantle Road, East Rochester, was northbound out of a drive and struck Kline. Carver was cited for right of way.
- Karen A. Milinarick, 55, Coffee School Road, Salem, was eastbound in a county Board of Developmental Disabilities school bus on Cannons Mills Road in St. Clair Township at 9:19 a.m. June 17 and went off the road into an embankment and overturned. She was cited for failure to control. None of the 12 passengers were injured.
- Police were called to a home on North Market Street at 9:17 p.m. Thursday to stand by while an ambulance crew transported a resident to a local hospital.
- Larry D. Cuyler II, 37, of Altamonte Springs, Fla., was cited for driving off a state route in a semi-trailer after attempting to turn onto South Lincoln from West Lincoln Way at 12:40 p.m. Monday.
- Chad Baumgarner showed up at Huntington Bank at 2:30 p.m. Friday, a day after he was banned from the bank for allegedly threatening an employee because his checking account was overdrawn. Police arrived and told Baumgarner he needed to leave and he would be arrested if he returned. Baumgarner was picked up by his father.
- Sharon Miller, West Washington Street, reported two males wearing jackets with hoods tried to take her Yorkie at 9:20 p.m. Friday. Miller said they left the dog as they fled after she yelled at them. The dog was injured and had to be taken to the veterinarian to be treated. Meanwhile, police searched the area but did not come across the suspects.
- Police were called at 2:33 a.m. Saturday about Justin Davis reportedly trying to remove his personal belongings out of girlfriend's apartment on Moore Street and she trying to prevent him from leaving. Police arrived to find Davis standing across the street at Carter Lumber, and his mother arrived to take him home with her.
- Wellsville police asked for an officer to check on the welfare of Robert Moore, North Market Street, after his vehicle was found abandoned in Wellsville on Saturday. Police went to the home, but the woman who answered the door said she did not know Moore.
- Police and firefighters stood by while the Highway Patrol handled a traffic crash on Fairfield School Road near Kelly Park Road at 6:37 a.m. Monday.
- Jeff Landsberger, North Main Street, reported at 7:37 a.m. Monday someone stole and electric scooter.
- A Camelot Drive woman reported at 9:28 a.m. Monday she had a fight with her husband and he left with their kids and she wanted police to get them. Police told her they could not do that.
- A woman reported at 1:54 p.m. Monday a dog in a vehicle parked at the Sparkle Market appeared to be in distress. Police checked but the vehicle had left.
- Richard Wyant, North Bayshore Avenue, turned in a suspicious package he received at his home at 4:16 p.m. Monday.
- Jen Oliver, West Salem Street, reported at 5:56 p.m. Monday several items were missing from around the outside of her home.
- A Reichards Industries employee reported at 8:29 p.m. Monday a former employee was on the property who was not supposed to there.
- While responding to a fight call at the New Dimension Bar on Anderson Boulevard Tuesday, officers reported seeing Danny S. Coleman, 49, no address listed, come from the bar into the parking lot, carrying a glass of beer. He was charged with open container.
- Officers saw a vehicle leave the Vista Motel and said the driver concealed her face from them. Running the plate, they learned the vehicle owner's license is suspended, and pulled over the car. The driver, Natalie M. Ice, 42, no address listed, reportedly had a bag of marijuana in her purse. She was charged with driving under suspension and possession of marijuana. The vehicle was towed.
- Amber Haney, no age listed, Wilbert Avenue, was charged with domestic violence after officers responded to Blossom Hill Apartments where her mother, Virginia Bole, said Haney had punched her in the eye a few days prior. Bole said her daughter had been threatening to do the same thing since then.
- Charges are pending against a woman who was being treated in the emergency room of East Liverpool City Hospital for a heroin overdose after a nurse found a foil packet containing suspected heroin. According to reports, the patient at first said a friend "planted" it on her, then told officers she had purchased the $200 worth of heroin from a Michigan Avenue residence. She told them that, after being admitted to the hospital for the overdose she went into the bathroom and snorted heroin again twice, having to be revived twice with Narcan, an antidote. The suspected drugs will be sent to the lab for testing. A rolled up $5 bill possibly used for snorting the heroin was also taken as evidence.
- Loretta L. Byard, 47, address not listed, was charged with possession of marijuana after an officer with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources told city officers he saw several people smoking marijuana in a parking lot on West Eighth Street. When officers spoke to the group, Byard reportedly had a small bag of marijuana in her pants pocket.
- Danielle R. Shields, Laura Avenue, reported a man she knows was in her car and took her keys and later she came home to find her television missing. She called the man, who told her he would return the TV, but he did not.
- Rachelle Greathouse, no address listed, reported she and her ex-boyfriend exchanged words in Gilkinson's when he grabbed her, shoved her and bit her ear, then threw punches at her which she blocked. Charges were pending.
- Kimberly Herron, Ohio Avenue, reported several unknown men came to her home to assault her son, and when she went outside to tell them to leave, one of the men put his hands on her and threatened her. She was advised to get the men's names so charges could be filed.
- Called for an assault on Trentvale Street, officers said Michelle Caldwell came to the door with visible injuries and a bloody face, saying her boyfriend came home and accused her of cheating. He punched and choked her, which officers said a witness corroborated. She was advised to see the law director about filing charges.
- Tracy L. Criss, Wilbert Avenue, reported the driver's window of her vehicle was broken in an attempt to gain entry, damaging the parts inside the door.
- Patricia E. Bailey reported her car stolen near the water filtration plant. It was later recovered at Dave and Deb's on Lisbon Street.
- While on patrol in Woodland Hills, an officer reported seeing Javen D. Call, no age or address listed, who is on the no trespass list. He was taken into custody and charged with criminal trespass. While being searched, Call was found in possession of marijuana roaches and rolling papers, according to reports. He was additionally charged with possession of marijuana.
- James A. Watson, Thompson Avenue, reported returning home to find a television missing from his living room.
- Erik G. Shaffer, 30, no address listed, told police he rode to the city from the Mountaineer Gaming Resort with a man he knows only from playing blackjack. When they crossed the toll bridge, the man told Shaffer if he didn't hand over his winnings, he would kill him. Once Shaffer gave him his money, the man threw him out of the car and fled.
- Officers responded Sunday morning to the Marathon gas station in East End for an unresponsive woman inside a vehicle, where they found her mother and boyfriend had already broken out the windshield to gain access to her. Officers said the woman had fresh needle marks along both arms, and her mother turned over a baggy containing numerous drug instruments. She was taken by Lifeteam ambulance to the hospital.
- Employees of the Sparkle Market on Pennsylvania Avenue reported a customer grabbed several packages of meat and walked out, which was captured on video. The man was identified, with charges pending.
- Kevin Fenton, Globe Street, reported a male riding a four-wheeler broke out his vehicle's windshield and its side mirror.
- Officers responded Monday afternoon to Clark Street for a domestic dispute, where they found several people standing on the roadway and yard. Barbara Anderson asked that her granddaughter, Tracy R. Douds, 36, of the same address, and Douds' boyfriend, David L. Anderson, 32, Chester Avenue, Wellsville, be removed. While Douds was at a neighbor's with another officer, it was learned Ammon's prescription medication was missing. When an officer questioned Douds about the medication's whereabouts, she reportedly sprinted to her belongings, knocking a Crown Royal sack to the floor. Inside, officers reported, was a syringe, and Douds was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments. Later that day, Anderson reportedly returned to the residence and was charged with criminal trespassing.
St. Clair Township
- Spencer R. Chronister, Armstrong Lane, reported his truck was parked on Grimm's Bridge Road and was broken into. He returned to find a man inside the truck, and another man standing behind it, serving as a lookout, he told police. While Chronister was reporting these events to police, a vehicle drove past containing the two men he was describing, and officers stopped the vehicle, whose driver said they were walking and asked for a ride. Christian Bell, 18, 1st Street, was reportedly found in possession of cigarettes Chronister had reported missing from his truck and was charged with petty theft.
- Four juveniles were taken into custody and charged with delinquency Monday night after police were called initially to the 100 block of East Second Street in the Salem News parking lot for a vehicle struck by eggs. The victim had been seated in her car when a charcoal gray four-door drove past traveling west on Second then came back eastbound. An occupant who was seen hanging out the window threw eggs, striking the victim's car. A witness wrote down the license plate and a description of the person. As an officer was photographing the damage, a second victim in the area of East Pershing Street and Woodland Avenue reported occupants throwing eggs from a vehicle matching the description and bearing the same plate number. The second victim said the egg passed through an open window nearly striking a juvenile passenger in the face before exploding on the interior back window. The suspects were located in the 1900 block of East State Street and taken into custody after a traffic stop. The juveniles, all from Salem, included a 16-year male, a 17-year-old male and two 13-year-old females.
- Police were called at 6:42 p.m. Monday to the 100 block of South Lincoln Avenue for a well-being check after a man said a friend texted him and said he was going to ingest 60 pills. He couldn't get an answer at the friend's home. Police contacted the landlord, who responded and could not locate the key. The fire department made entry and the male was found inside and went willingly to SRMC.
- Charles Mead, of Coffee School Road, reported at 12:06 p.m. Monday he parked his truck in the 300 block of South Broadway Saturday and the next day he noticed someone backed into the left rear corner of the vehicle.
- Tina Keir called at 12:45 p.m. Monday to report that sometime during the weekend, someone wrote vulgar words on the front door of her business in the 200 block of East State Street.
- Police and KLG Ambulance both responded at 2:26 p.m. Monday to the 400 block of East Pidgeon for a report of a male suffering from a medical issue lying on the road. Aaron Wolford, 18, said he fell after stepping on a metal grate covering an open hole. He was checked out, but refused treatment. A family member picked him up.
- Tonya Davenport, 23, of Salem, was cited for assured clear distance after her southbound vehicle on South Lincoln Avenue failed to stop and struck a vehicle driven by Kelly Paxson, 32, of Salem, who was stopped in traffic in the 1800 block of South Lincoln Avenue at 9:38 a.m. Monday.
- Police were called at 6:16 a.m. Tuesday to the 300 block of East State Street for a business check after a power outage was reported. Officers found the business secure and no power outage observed.
- An officer responded to the Salem Parkway for an unknown problem at 1:34 a.m. Tuesday when a caller heard a loud banging and was concerned someone may be breaking into a nearby business. The officer found the noise coming from a nearby open business.
- A woman in the 1100 block of Cleveland Street called at 12:51 a.m. Tuesday to report her sister was making unwanted comments towards her. An officer was unable to contact the sister.
- A suspicious person was reported in the 100 block of East Seventh Street at 10:52 p.m. Monday, but police learned the person left before officers arrived.
- Police were called at 10:36 p.m. Monday to the 800 block of East Fifth Street for a verbal dispute over living arrangements. Two of the residents decided to move out.
- An officer on patrol found a dead animal at 10:32 p.m. Monday on F.E. Cope Drive off of North Lincoln Avenue and was unsure if the animal was killed intentionally or accidentally. It was removed from the scene.
- Police responded at 6:25 p.m. Monday for a utility line down and determined it was a phone line and removed it from a driveway. No contact could be made with the homeowner.
- A victim at the police station reported at 5:42 p.m. Monday that a female had been calling her and harassing her. An officer talked to the female allegedly doing the harassing who said no contact had been made.
- An irate person was reported at 4:50 p.m. Monday in the 500 block of Walnut Street. Police spoke to a man who was lying on the floor. EMT had been contacted by an anonymous caller and took him to the emergency department at Salem Regional Medical Center.
- A woman reported at 4:34 p.m. Monday that her in-law was harassing her and making false statements towards her children about her. An officer tried to call the family member but the phone was no longer in service.
- A reckless operator was reported in the 700 block of West State Street at 2:46 p.m. Monday, but was not found.
- A child custody issue was reported at 1:05 p.m. Monday in the 800 block of New Garden Avenue. Both parties were told it's a civil matter.
- A red Dodge Dakota was reported parked illegally at 11:52 a.m. Monday in the 400 block of East School Street. The owner was contacted to move it.
- Township police responded to the 29000 block of U.S. Route 62 outside the township at 12:15 a.m. Tuesday to assist the sheriff's office with a physical domestic.
- Police assisted the fire department with a burning complaint at 6:12 p.m. Monday on Goshen Road where a tree was burning.
- The owner of Salem Security Storage on Depot Road spoke with police at 2:50 p.m. Monday regarding an incident that occurred on June 14 in the 1200 block of Depot Road.