- Brittanie Hartman, Steubenville Pike, Lisbon, reported a domestic dispute at 8:34 p.m. Sunday. Deputies arrived to find Anthony R. Ensell in the driveway with blood on both arms. He claimed he punched a glass door and was found to be intoxicated. Ensell's wife Randi and Hartman told deputies Anthony swung open a freezer door striking his wife in the head. She threw a pack of cigarettes at him and he punched her in the mouth. She punched him and he went after her, while Hartman tried to get be-tween them. Anthony Ensell then pushed Randi over a railing backwards while choking her before Hartman managed to get them apart. He then started punching the freezer and punched the storm door. He was charged with domestic violence.
- Ada Guappone, Glasgow Road, Lisbon, reported at 4:07 p.m. Sunday her 15-year-old had been missing since Friday. He was last seen at lot 36 on Echo Dell Road, East Liverpool. Guappone had heard from her son by text message, but he refused to tell her where he was or whom he was with. Deputies later learned the boy was at his father's trailer on state Route 45, lot 26. They checked on him and notified his mother of his location.
- An 11-year-old girl was accidentally left at the Lake Tomahawk beach area on Sunday evening when family members left in two cars. A Lake Tomahawk security officer, Ray Pyley, said he found the girl near the beach at 6:48 p.m. Sunday. The family returned while deputies spoke to the girl and her mother arrived later from Chester, W.Va. The girl had gone swimming with some members of the family and friends and then they left to go to church. They realized she was in neither vehicle when they arrived at church.
- Alleged contraband was seized at the county jail from John Stewart Bryan, brought to the county jail at 11:33 p.m. Saturday by St. Clair Township police on possess-ion of drug abuse instru-ments charges. The booking and intake officer found a clear plastic bag of white pills in Bryan's pocket, which he claimed were vitamins.
- A suspicious truck was reported on Hartley at 4:42 a.m. Sunday. Deputies spoke to the driver, who was asleep and told them it was his father's property. They told him to move his vehicle away from the side of the road.
- Amanda Anderson, Pine Hollow Road, Rogers, reported at 2:36 p.m. Friday she was visiting and got into an argument with her father and stepmother, who had taken her 10-month-old and refused to return the baby. Deputies spoke with Melissa and Jake Anderson, who said Amanda became upset, got out of control and was throwing baby items around the house while holding the baby. They took the baby because they were afraid it would get hurt, but had no problem returning the child once Amanda calmed down.
- Karen Royea, Lakeview Drive, Lisbon, reported at 2:14 p.m. Friday a container of chicken liver was dumped into her mailbox.
- An unruly 13-year-old was reported at the Lisbon police department at 7:01 p.m. Friday. Deputies spoke to the boy's father, who said the boy was supposed to have gone into the woods to build a fort, but disappeared. The boy, who is here visiting his father for six weeks this summer, told deputies he misses his mother and wants to go back to Michigan.
- Someone dialed 911 and deputies responded to what sounded like a possible domestic dispute at the Traveler's Motel at 8:59 p.m. Friday. Deputies spoke to Trudy Falcone, who said she and her boyfriend argued and she had accidentally dialed 911. Both parties signed a refusal to prosecute.
- Ryan McCartan, Ellsworth Avenue, Minerva, 6:32 p.m. Friday someone stole numerous items from his home, including 20 buprenorphine pills and $75.
- Oswald Pereira, Parshall Road, Wellsville, was cited with disorderly conduct at 12:28 a.m. Sunday after several calls have been made for annoying neighbors, and deputies found a party with music when they were called again on Sunday.
- Heather Anderson, U.S. Route 30, East Rochester, reported a man she did not know was by her garage staring at her. Her friend got up to confront the man, who ran toward the abandoned home next door. Deputies checked the area but found no one. She told deputies the man has been there trespassing before and has even come up to her sliding back window.
- Michelle Whaley, Madison Street, Salineville, reported an unruly child. Deputies spoke to a man and his 13-year-old son, who was using profane language because he was not getting his way and prompting the neighbors to call deputies.
- Jackie Winters of Sundowners, state Route 45, Lisbon, reported a fight at 12:36 a.m. Sunday, prompting deputies, the highway patrol and Lisbon police to respond. The owner told deputies all was well and it was only some pushing and shoving between oil and gas pipeline workers.
- Collette Rupert, delivering newspapers for the Morning Journal, reported at 4:51 a.m. Friday there were loose horses on state Route 7. Deputies found the animals on a property near Middleton Road. The owners came and retrieved them.
- Caleb Simpson, state Route 7, New Waterford, reported at 7 a.m. Friday he had been at his uncle Brian McCall's home the night before drinking with him and his uncle slammed his head to the ground injuring him. Deputies spoke to McCall who said they both fell down the stairs, but there was no confrontation. Simpson never came to fill out a report.
- Jaron Staull, Grant Street, Lisbon, reported at 11:36 p.m. Friday he and his wife live in a trailer with his sister and her boyfriend. His wife has just had a c-section and had nine percosets in the bottle, but six disappeared.
- A caller reported it sounded like a fight at a party in the 39000 block of state Route 517 at 12:58 a.m. Saturday. Police arrived to find a party going on in a back yard but there was no indication of any fighting. Police spoke with the resident, Andrew Smith, who said everything was fine other than they were getting a bit loud, but he had already told everyone to tone it down and go inside the house.
- Police were told of a water truck taking water from a hydrant at the corner of Graham and Maple streets at 9:29 a.m. Wednesday. Officers spoke with the driver for Miller Pipeline, who said his foreman told him they were allowed to get water from hydrants. The driver was told tankers are purchasing water for drilling from the village water plant, not from hydrants, and he was escorted to the water department to make arrangements.
- Bruce Riehl heard his renters were going to remove the cabinets when they left on July 1 and they were gone when he checked on Sunday. Riehl conceded the renters purchased the cabinets but he thought they had an arrangement. Police spoke with the renter, Holly Powell, who said the cabinets belonged to her but she would make sure there were cabinets up by the time she left.
- A caller reported a woman was being pulled down Saltwell Road by a man at 1:11 a.m. Saturday. The officer who checked the area did not come across any such thing.
- Park Manager Dana Blackburn reported there were juveniles doing inappropriate things in the Play Town playground at 9:55 a.m. Friday. Police told the youths if they could not respect the people at the pool and park they needed to leave.
- Nick Stacey reported at 11:43 p.m. June 24 that Amanda Durbin damaged his vehicle while it was near Carter Lumber. Stacey later changed his mind and he did not want anything done.
- Police were called to a home on North Market Street at 8:32 p.m. June 24 to stand by while until an ambulance arrived arrived to transport the resident to the hospital.
- A caller reported there was a possible drunk driver in a silver Cobalt southbound on North Beaver Street at 11:25 a.m. June 24. Police caught up with the car and followed it for a while but there was no sign of impairment. The driver finally pulled into a driveway on West Lincoln Way.
- A man reported at 12:48 a.m. Sunday someone was arguing for about 45 minutes at a Spruce Street home. Police spoke with a woman but no charges were filed.
- Ken Clark reported at 4:42 a.m. Sunday there was a man in the fenced in area of Universal Percussion on Heck Road. Police went to the business and found everything secured and there were no problems.
- Brookie Hartley, South Main Street, reported at 9:52 a.m. Sunday a friend told her someone was trying to get a ride to go break into her home, and she requested an officer go there to check.
- A man reported at 10:28 a.m. Sunday there was a reckless driver on state Route 14 who kept going off the right side of the road from Salem. Police stopped the vehicle and spoke with the driver who said it was a newer vehicle and she was just getting used to driving it.
- The sheriff's office requested at 2:26 p.m. Sunday police check the welfare of a woman from a domestic dispute they had that was waiting for a deputy at the Anguli's fruit market. Police stood by until a deputy arrived.
- Melissa Keylor, Columbiana, was driving through the front lot of the Dutch Village Inn at 3 p.m. Sunday when she was struck by Gerald VanFossan of Leetonia, who was backing out of a parking space. No citations were issued.
- Gregory MacDuff, Stanton Avenue, reported at 4:28 p.m. Sunday he was receiving harassing phone calls from someone he knows.
- Jacob Henderson, Fairfield School Road, reported at 8 p.m. Sunday he witnessed a blue pickup truck hit the stop sign at state Route 14 and East Park Avenue and knock it down. Police notified the street department to replace the sign.
- A Sparkle market employee reported at 9:24 p.m. Sunday someone in an older gray pickup who had been acting suspicious in the store was not just sitting in the truck in the parking lot. Police went to check on the vehicle but it was gone.
- A woman reported at 9:57 p.m. Sunday a tree was down on East Park by Heck's. Police directed traffic to one lane while the street depart-ment worked to remove it.
- An Arby's employee reported at 10 p.m. Sunday they kicked a man out of their store for claiming to be a zombie and he was not in the parking lot in an older model pickup. Police spoke to the man, identified as Ed Moore of Columbiana, and told him to move on.
- At 7:40 p.m. Friday police received several calls from people on Butcher Road saying horses were loose all the time and were causing damage to the crops in the field. Police contacted the owner of the horses and warned them for animals running at large. The owner said the horses were getting out because of a problem with the fence and it would be corrected immediately. Police did not provide any names on the report.
- At 7:55 p.m. Sunday police went to the 1100 block of Howell for a threat report.
- Police and the highway patrol went to the area of state Route 170 at 7:54 p.m. Sunday to clear a large tree from the road.
- Police arrested Brandy M. Bratt, 24, of Park Avenue, for an active warrant through the sheriff's office at 6:36 p.m. Sunday on Park Avenue. She was turned over to a deputy and taken to the county jail.
- A West Clark Street resident reported at 7:41 a.m. Sunday Lorraine Rummel and Lee Knight were screaming at each other at their home on East Street. No charges were filed.
- A Circle K employee reported at 8:38 a.m. Sunday a customer found a small amount of marijuana in a candy box at the store. Police confiscated the marijuana and the manager told police she would go over surveillance footage to attempt to identify who placed it there.
- Darneise R. Coggins, 31, Youngstown, was charged with possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on North Market Street at 1:53 a.m. Sunday after K9 Toney alerted to the vehicle.
- Paul K. Donovich, Sr., requested at 8:21 p.m. Saturday police remove a woman from the home. The woman left with no problems.
- At 8 a.m. Saturday police noticed high grass at 148 W. Martin St., the home of Mark A. Sutherin, and turned the matter over to the village since he had been sent zoning violation notices in the past and took no action to remedy the situation.
- On Saturday, police sent zoning violation notices to Wayne E. Dugan, for 895 W. Main St. property, Jeffrey M. Giles, for 95 Sumner St. property, Home Savings and Loan for 207 Glenwood Ave. property, Christine D. Yeager, for 1100 Bacon Ave. property, Wheathill LLC for property on state Route 170, Floyd E. Sorrell, for 574 W. Clark St. property, and Thor Real Estate LLC for 165 E. North Ave. property.
Police called David P. Cheurco, Irwin Avenue, at 8:31 a.m. Saturday to warn him of the high grass at 345 E. Clark St. Cheurco said he would take care of the problem.
- Michelle Cope, West Martin Street, reported at 8:50 a.m. Saturday she received a bad check for $120 from Nissa Philips, East Main .
- At midnight Saturday police charged James R. Flowers, 37, Spaite Drive, with OVI, left of center, fictitious plates, seat belt, open container and possession of a controlled substance following a traffic stop on East Taggart Street.
- An Alice Street man reported at 3:57 p.m. Friday sometime during the week someone entered his pickup truck and removed a set of jumper cables.
- An East Martin Street woman reported at 3 p.m. Friday a man known to her was on the way to her home to remove some property. Police stood by but the man did not arrive.
- Brian Buckley reported at 8:30 a.m. Friday someone used his identity to open several charge accounts and a Scott Trade account and used his banking information to cash several fraudulent checks.
- Police went to the North Market Street and North Avenue intersection at 9:11 a.m. Friday for a report that the traffic light had been struck by an unknown vehicle. Police found the southbound side of one signal had been hit making it inoperable. The light was repaired by a street department employee a short time later.
- Officers responded Saturday afternoon to a fight call on Cadmus Street where James McCauley and his girlfriend Danielle Shriver said their neighbor John W. Hedrick, 25, had forced his way into their home after a verbal confrontation in the street. Hedrick reportedly pushed their 8-month-old child, who was in a stroller, and their 4-year-old child, who suffered a scrape to her leg to reach McCauley. They said he pushed McCauley into a playpen and struck him with the stroller. Hedrick was charged with assault.
St. Clair Township
- While dealing with a theft at Walmart Saturday night that involved a Jeep, officers reported a front seat passenger, John Bryan, 34, Gladys Avenue, moving around inside the vehicle, saying it appeared he was hiding something. They ordered him out of the vehicle and reported seeing a syringe lying on the ground outside the passenger door. Bryan was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments.
- Officers reported Friday that Floyd Brooks, no address listed, walked into Walmart and went to a self-checkout register, removing five shopping bags that he handed to another man. The other man then filled them with about $80 worth of items and walked to the doors without paying for the merchandise, where he was confronted by a manager. The other man fled into the parking lot, while Brooks was detained in the office. Brooks was charged with possession of criminal tools. The other man, whom officers did identify, could not be located and was not immediately charged.
- Robert P. Penn, address not listed, reported being the victim of Internet fraud.
- Brittney S. Dermotta, address not listed, reportedly parked her vehicle in the Sheetz lot and went inside, and her vehicle jumped out of park, drifting backwards into a gas pump and pillar.
- Glenn E. Collins Jr., no address listed, reported his vehicle damaged in the Walmart parking lot while he was shopping.
- Officers responded Saturday to a domestic dispute on Summerset Drive where three people reported being assaulted by each other. None wanted to file charges. All were advised if officers returned, arrests would be made.
- Dawn McHenry, Irish Ridge Road, reported receiving six unwanted texts and phone messages from her adult daughter which upset her. Officers advised her to block them or to not read them if they were upsetting.
- Charles Hamilton, 38, of West Eighth Street, was taken into custody at 3:04 a.m. Monday in the 1100 block of East State Street on a warrant for failure to appear on a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence.
- Aaron Plummer, 43, of 413 S. Lincoln Ave., was charged with domestic violence and OVI after police were called at midnight Monday for a domestic violence incident on South Lincoln Avenue. Upon investigation of the incident, which included physical injuries, it was determined that Plummer was the alleged aggressor. He fled and didn't stop after being told to stop the vehicle at the scene. He was pulled over in the 100 block of South Lincoln Avenue and taken into custody.
- Stephen Barrett, of the 400 block of Woodland Avenue, reported at 8:48 p.m. Sunday that a set of gold clubs was taken from his home.
- Jason N. Smith, 42, of North Market Street, Lisbon, was cited for assured clear distance after his eastbound vehicle on Southeast Boulevard approaching Franklin at 1:23 p.m. Sunday struck the rear of a vehicle driven by David Johnson, 54, of Highland Avenue, Salem, who was stopped for traffic. No injuries were reported.
- Elliot Crank, 19, of 493 S. Union Ave., was taken into custody for a warrant after police aware of the outstanding warrant saw him standing on a porch on South Union Avenue at 12:55 p.m. Sunday.
- Police went to a tractor fire in a field off of Stewart Road at 6:44 p.m. Sunday, marking the location for the fire department to enter the field and advising the grass truck to respond since the tractor was not close to any paved roadway.
- Weston Gaddis, 28, Louisville, was taken into custody on an active warrant out of Stark County after a traffic stop at 12:45 p.m. Sunday in the parking lot of Habitat for Humanity ReStore on North Ellsworth Avenue.
- Police, the Ohio Department of Transportation, Ohio Edison and AT&T all responded to the 1700 block of New Garden Avenue at 8:50 a.m. Sunday for a tree that fell onto the road with wires down.
Salem (no names)
- An audible alarm was reported at 8:17 a.m. Sunday in the 700 block of South Broadway. All doors were checked and found secure. A keyholder arrived and officers checked the inside to make sure it was secure.
- Residents in the 400 block of Franklin Street reported at 12:43 p.m. Monday that a neighbor's children were harassing them. Police spoke to the mother and the children and told them to stay on their own property and to have no contact with the people.
- A suspicious vehicle was reported at 8 a.m. Monday in the 1700 block of Maple Street. The vehicle was found parked in the side yard of a neighbor's house by a shed, but was not blocking any driveway.
- Police were called at 3:21 a.m. Monday to the 200 block of Woodland Avenue by a resident who said the next door neighbors were making noise while working on their house. The neighbors denied the accusation.
- A suspicious vehicle was reported at 2:29 a.m. Monday in the Circle K West parking lot, 700 block of East State Street, but no vehicle was found and the business was secure.
- Police were called at 1:51 a.m. Monday to the 2000 block of Monroe Street to check on the well-being of a resident who didn't show up for work. Officers knocked on the door and made contact with the resident who said she slept through her alarm.
- A panic alarm was reported in the 400 block of Franklin Street at 1:21 a.m. Monday. The resident didn't know why the alarm went off and woke them out of bed. The residence was checked and the officer left without incident.
- A woman on New Garden Avenue reported at 10:40 p.m. Sunday that a known female posted inappropriate pictures of her on an online social media page. She was previously her friend but they're currently not getting along. The other person was contacted and agreed to remove the offending photo.
- Shots were reported fired at 9:36 p.m. Sunday in the 500 block of Broadway. Officers saw lightning in the area, but nothing else was found.
- A woman on Lexington Avenue reported phone harassment at 8:55 p.m. Sunday. She was told her options and to stop all communications with the other person. The suspect was also contacted and told to stop communicating with the woman.
- A dog barking excessively was reported at 8:12 p.m. Sunday in the 900 block of South Union Avenue. An officer responded and did not hear any dogs, even after several people walked through the area and a noisy vehicle drove by.
- An officer on patrol at 7:57 p.m. Sunday in the 1400 block of East Third Street noticed smoke in the area of an open sun hatch on the roof of a small out building behind a residence on Cleveland Street. Upon checking, the source of the smoke was determined to be a small chimney stack near the hatch. Everything appeared in order.
- A caller at 7:41 p.m. Sunday reported a suspicious vehicle parked at the end of a drive in the 1400 block of Cleveland Street for a half hour with a male occupant inside. The driver said he had delivered a vehicle across the street and was waiting for another person to finish so they could leave. He moved the vehicle to the street.
- A woman spoke to an officer at 7:16 p.m. Sunday about a child custody dispute, but was told it's a civil matter. She was told her options.
- An anonymous caller in the 1100 block of Cleveland Street at 7:11 p.m. Sunday reported an animal complaint. Officers did not hear or see any dogs in the area.
- A possible fight was reported at 5:13 p.m. Sunday in the 800 block of East Fifth Street where police learned it was a verbal dispute only. A man had allegedly made threats and left to reportedly bring back more people to fight. He returned and told officers there was a argument over a custody issue. Several people had come over and intimidated him. He denied making any threats and said he had his boss return with him for a neutral party so he could continue the moving process without a problem.
- Police stood by at a property in the 700 block of Arch Street at the request of the Sheriff's Office while a female retrieved her belongings at 4:44 p.m. Sunday.
- An alarm drop was reported at 1:09 p.m. Sunday in the 700 block of Jennings Avenue. Officers checked several residences in the area and the houses were secure with no audible alarm heard.
- Police were called at 1:04 p.m. Sunday to Sparkle Market, 423 S. Lundy Ave., where a male stole a bottle of alcohol and left the store.
Perry Township (no names)
- Police responded at 12:31 a.m. Monday to the 400 block of Benton Road for a report of someone crying. The person was contacted and said they were house sitting for the owner and everything was fine. Police received permission to check the residence and found no one else there.
- Police responded at 12:07 a.m. Monday to the 1300 block of Pembrooke to speak with a resident who said his spouse was missing. Upon further investigation, police spoke with the resident's daughter who said the spouse passed away in 2007. Police stayed with the resident until the daughter arrived.
- A township officer assisted Salem Police at the scene of a disturbance at 5:22 p.m. Sunday on Arch Street due to other Salem units being tied up on other calls.
- A person on Benton Road requested police respond right away to the trailer park in the 400 block at 5:04 p.m. Sunday, but gave no details. Police received no response at the door and talked with neighbors who said the person had left.
- Police spoke with a man and woman from Springdale Street at 12:40 p.m. Sunday regarding a civil issue involving property. They were told to contact their attorneys.
- An officer responded to a residence on East 11th Street at 6:25 a.m. Sunday after a small child called 911 twice. There was no problem reported. The child was playing with the phone.
- An officer attempted to stop a motorcycle at 2:02 a.m. Saturday when the driver pulled onto Hunt Road and into the woods, where the motorcycle was dropped and the driver fled on foot. The license plate belonged to a Goshen Township resident who was contacted by Goshen police. The plate had apparently been stolen. The motorcycle was towed away with a hold placed on it. Salem Police assisted in looking for the driver but he wasn't found.
- A worker at the Saxon Club on state Route 9 contacted police at 11:22 p.m. Friday about an incident but it was learned it occurred in the jurisdiction of the Sheriff's Office.