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– A woman at 5:20 p.m. Friday reported her belongings damaged at another woman’s residence on Sunset Drive in Yellow Creek Township.

– Alliance City Schools at 2:30 p.m. Friday requested a wellness check on a student on US Route 62, Knox Township. Deputies spoke with the student, who was doing well, and the student’s mother.

– Deputies were called at 3:14 p.m. Thursday to the 6200 block of Adams Road in Middleton Township to a bag of clothes on the side of the road.


–Richard Ralph Vecchio, 59, of State Route 164 received a misdemeanor, public intoxication citation on April 29 just before noon. Officers were dispatched to the North Beaver Street area near Numbers Brewing Company to reports of an intoxicated man on a bicycle. Officers identified Vecchio lying on the sidewalk next to a bicycle with an empty vodka and an unopened beer can next to him. Witnesses said he tried to mount or push the bike, but it kept tipping over and falling to the ground. He was unable to sit up due to his suspected level of intoxication, the report notes. Officers said he sometimes had misunderstandings and spoke incoherently. They said he smelled of alcohol. Asked about the empty vodka bottle, he said he “drank a little.” Due to his slow demeanor and suspected drunkenness, an ambulance was called. He was cited and taken to East Liverpool Hospital for assessment.

— A resident called officers at 10:40 a.m. on May 3 and said he had hit a tree and needed a report. The resident pulled into the driveway near 414 E. Chestnut St. when she said she backed up and hit the tree. The tree was in the edge of the lawn and was missing bark after being hit. The left rear fender and the driver’s bumper were damaged. No charges have been filed in the incident.

– Officers were called to Valley View on North Market Street about a man who was harassing people there on May 3 at 1:48 p.m. Officers found the man near the Children’s Hospital in He and Akron said there was a complaint about him and he had to go home. No other incidents were reported.

— Officers arrived at Thomas Road for a property dispute on May 2 at 12:59 p.m. Two residents were arguing over the location of the property line. Officers filed a report on the incident.

— Police filed a report of smashed car windows on East Spruce Street on May 1 at 12:18 p.m. The resident said the window was smashed overnight. Officers were unable to locate a camera covering the area.

– Officers received a call from the sheriff’s office about a red truck with a light bar driving recklessly south on State Road 45 at 6:38 a.m. Wednesday. Police left the station and were heading north on North Market Street when they saw a truck of the same description. They walked the plate and followed it for a few kilometers. The truck driver committed no offense and the officers left without incident.

– A call about a disabled vehicle on the roadway in the West Lincoln Way and Thomas Road area brought police to the area on April 29 at 1:26 p.m. When they arrived at the scene, they determined that the car was out of gas. The driver of the car, Dustee Schwartz, had a suspended license. She was cited for driving under suspension, then the registered owner of the vehicle came to pick it up.

– A North Beaver Street caller said a truck and trailer blocked his vehicle, preventing him from leaving in an emergency at 2.31pm on May 1. He called the police back moments later and said the truck was gone. No other incidents were reported.

Township of Sainte-Claire

– Trey Isac Shields, 22, of no address given, was charged with petty theft and possession of criminal tools after officers responded to a business in the 16000 Dresden Avenue block at 8.37pm on Friday, where he allegedly failed to scan five items totaling $224.40 at self check. It was also discovered that he hid additional items inside his underwear.

– Nicole E. Smith, 30, of no address given, was charged with petty theft and criminal trespassing after officers responded to a business on the 16000 Dresden Avenue block at 2:50 p.m. Friday where she allegedly failed to scan 63 items totaling $464.46 at the self-checkout. It was found that she had received a no trespassing order for the property in the past.

– Travis L. Keener, 35, of no address given, was arrested on an active warrant from East Liverpool City Court and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop on Challenger Drive in 3:48 a.m. Friday during which he was a passenger. A search of the vehicle revealed a hypodermic needle in the back seat where Keener was seated. The search also revealed a clear crystal/rock-like substance in the driver’s purse which was sent for testing and possible charges.

– Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Calcutta Smithferry Road at 1:17 a.m. Friday. Suspicious drugs were found during the arrest and were sent for testing.

–Nicholas R. Hull, 31, of no address given, was arrested on an active warrant outside of Columbiana County following a traffic stop in the 15000 block of State Road 170 at 5:14 p.m. on May 5 may. Charges are pending lab results of a broken pill found folded inside a paper in the center console.

– Cody Jackson, with no age or address given, was cited for incorrect registration at 12:30 a.m. on May 5.

Eastern Palestine

– Police spoke with a man on West Main Street about a traffic complaint involving speeding at 8.28pm on Sunday. Officers advised the man not to shoot the windows of vehicles with a pellet gun as he suggested.

– Officers responded at 10:17 p.m. Sunday at West Martin Street to a complaint about telecommunications harassment. After speaking with the complainant, officers received text messages and blocked her phone number.

— Police were called at 9.52pm on Thursday to Gorby’s on North Market Street to a confused old man who showed up with a missing shoe. Officers notified the man’s family and escorted him home.

– Officers assisted the Ohio State Highway Patrol with a vehicle in a ditch on Latta Road at 5:31 p.m. Sunday

— At 12:15 p.m. Saturday, a woman on East Taggart Street was found distraught.

“An officer was dispatched to the Bacon Avenue area at 11:25 a.m. Saturday because two women were fighting.

— A resident of West Martin Street informed police that he saw someone on his porch while not at home at 6:01 p.m. Friday. An officer located someone known to the owner and advised him to leave.

– An East Palestine High School administrator asked a school resource officer about student behavior on Friday afternoon.

– On Friday morning, an officer responded to a house in East Grant Street about an unruly child.

— An elderly man reportedly shouted outside on Friday morning.

– Officers discovered an open garage door at a business on South Market Street early Friday morning.

– Police received an on-hook 911 call from an East Grant Street address at 11:46 p.m. Thursday. Officers were later advised that it was an accidental call.

– Officers responded to East Grant Street on Thursday for a girl refusing to return to her yard.

–Lee N. Givens, 34, and Sara Christine Noling, 34, were charged with criminal trespassing among other offenses after walking through a vacant lot on South Market Street around noon on Thursday.


– Officers responded with medical personnel at the 600 block of East 12th Street at 12:51 a.m. Monday for a medical call and stood aside until the victim was transported by ambulance to hospital.

– An officer responded to the East Third Street and Vine Avenue area at 10:03 a.m. Monday in reference to a volunteer helping unload food into vehicles that did not put on reflective vests. The complainant and the volunteer were able to find a solution.

– Officers responded to the 300 block of North Broadway Avenue at 8:59 p.m. Sunday with reference to a suspicious person but found no one in the area. The person’s video showed the person stealing the complainant’s license plate.

– Officers responded to the 600 block of Cedar Street at 7:42 p.m. Sunday in reference to a reckless driver on a mini bike. Officers found the minor and told him he could not leave the vehicle on the road. The miner said he understood and walked the vehicle home.

– Shawn Michael Cunningham, 34, Fifth Street, East Liverpool, was charged with forgery, resisting arrest and inciting panic after officers responded to a business in the 2800 East State Street block at 17 24 a.m. Sunday in reference to an unknown issue and found Cunningham with an active warrant out of Columbiana County. Cunningham went to Salem Hospital and the sheriff’s office refused to take him for the warrant. As officers attempted to serve overdose immunity forms and possibly arrest Cunningham for tampering, Cunningham fled from officers, driving through the hospital before eventually being arrested. Additional charges are pending.

– Officers responded to the 2400 block of East State Street at 5:11 p.m. Sunday in reference to a juvenile issue. The case was referred to children’s services.

– Officers responded to a business on the 2800 block East State Street at 3:22 p.m. Sunday in reference to a shoplifter. The shoplifter was identified and left the business by intrusion.

– Officers responded to a business on the 1900 East State Street block at 6:37 p.m. Saturday, where a complainant reported being harassed by an employee’s mother because of a past relationship. He said the mother had tried to hit him with her car in the past, so he wanted to file a report in case of future issues.

– An officer took a report at 4:38 p.m. Saturday of a domestic violence incident that occurred in the 500 block of Walnut Street. The matter is under review.

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