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– An officer responded to a West Martin Street address about someone throwing trash into a resident’s container without permission

– Officers contacted a member of Street Service on Saturday afternoon in response to the door to the park scout cabin being kicked in. Officers also discovered a broken window. The building was secured after officers determined nothing had been stolen.

— The police department received a call Saturday for a welfare check on East North Avenue. An officer couldn’t find anyone at the house.

— A woman contacted by police feared her adult son was missing on Saturday afternoon. The man then contacted his mother.

— A man was advised to stop ice fishing at the town lake on Saturday after a report from a concerned citizen.

–A case regarding a report made about child endangerment Saturday afternoon is pending with Columbiana County Children’s Services.

– Officers spoke with residents at an East Main Street address on Thursday evening after neighbors complained of shouting and stomping. Officers observed several young children in the home and advised their guardians to quiet the noise.

— On Thursday evening, a resident of West Martin Street asked for help to start his vehicle.

– A woman reported unemployment fraud on Thursday.

— The school resource officer was asked to help accompany an administrator on a home visit Thursday morning.


– Donald Bruce Tarleton of Saltwell Road is charged with assault after an incident at his workplace, the advice center on State Road 145. A dispute over escape doors between co-workers brought officers Feb. 2 to 8 47 a.m. after Tarleton allegedly grabbed a colleague by her shirt and shoved her. He received a summons to appear in court on February 8.

– A car stuck in snow near the exhibition grounds on February 1 just before 8 a.m. brought officers to Saltwell Road. Officers were able to assist the driver and pushed the car out of the snow.

– Two residents of Kendall House got into an argument and called the police to mediate on Jan. 29 just after 10 a.m. An employee confirmed the two were arguing and said if they behaved they were always welcome. The police advised the caller to stay away from the other resident.

– Police were contacted after a man made threats at the Race Road veterinary clinic on January 29. He had argued with employees on the phone and wanted to speak to the vet. He told them he hoped they were dead and he was there, so they called the police. Police spoke to the man who said his dog had just died and was upset. The police said he was not welcome there and he said he understood.

– Lisbon officers were called to assist the sheriff’s office at O’Reilly Auto Parts on Jan. 23. They were sent to an address on North Market Street. When they arrived, a deputy was already there. Officers stayed away until he cleared the scene.

— Benjamin Matthew Kuhlen of 746 E. Lincoln Way is charged with vandalism after admitting to doing it “something stupid.” On January 25, a caller told officers he saw a man throw a brick at a neighbor’s house and smash a window. The next day, Kuhlen called the police and admitted what he had done.

– Police were told there was a man in a gray tracksuit walking around near the downtown courthouse, heading towards cars demanding money and cigarettes at 12.33pm on February 8. Police found no one matching the description.

– A report of a reckless driver entering town at 2:48 p.m. Feb. 8 on State Road 45 has been expunged after officers spoke to the driver and said all was well.

– A suspicious vehicle was reported to officers at 4:41 p.m. Friday at the Farmer’s Bank. An employee said they came to do a title but were told they couldn’t. Then they asked to use the restroom and were told there was no public restroom. Then they sat in the car for nearly half an hour, the employee said. Officers spoke to people who said they used the washrooms at Save A Lot. They agreed to leave.

– On Friday afternoon, during the school’s Valentine’s Day celebrations, police were called to East Chestnut and Harrison streets. A driveway and a fire hydrant were blocked. The owner of one came out and was told to move out. Her plate was also expired and she was notified. The police passed on the information of the other owner to be found in the school.

– Police responded to a call about a domestic dispute on North Market Street at 2.14pm on Friday, where a caller said he was worried about his daughter. The police arrived and were informed that nothing was happening. Two county social workers were there and the resident said they were helping restore the water. The woman’s boyfriend was arrested on an outstanding warrant and taken to the sheriff’s office.

– A caller from Sherman Street at 1:14 p.m. Friday said there was someone in her basement behind the furnace and she didn’t know who he was but saw him going down there . The police arrived and found no one in the basement. She didn’t let them empty the rest of the house but asked them to look outside. They found nothing.

– Police were dispatched to 632 E. Lincoln Way at 4:29 a.m. Sunday. Officers checked the scene and found everything to be secure.

– A vehicle parked at Smith Oil on Wednesday at 2.45am led to a wellness check. Officers found a sleeping man who said he was taking a nap so he could complete his ride. He left the scene without further incident.

– Police were dispatched to a garbage truck on East Lincoln Way at 12:21 p.m. Friday and they helped direct traffic until the truck could be moved.

– Police learned a man was lying in the snow on East Washington Street and Jackson Street on Feb. 7 just before 7 p.m., but found no one matching that description.

– A hit-and-run Thursday just before 7pm damaged the rear view mirror of a car but no one was injured. The caller was at Smith Oil and said an ambulance drove left of center and cut his mirror.

– A caller on Grant Street at 5 a.m. on Feb. 6 said people were outside damaging their vehicle, but officers found no one there and no footprints in the snow around it of the car. They cleared the scene with no further problems.

– Police received a call about a noise complaint on North Park Avenue on Feb. 8 at 7:40 p.m. They drove by and heard no noise from the area.


– No citations were issued, but a 33-year-old man was found guilty after backing his vehicle into a Salem woman’s vehicle parked in the 200 block of Penn Avenue at 10:24 a.m. Tuesday, causing damage minor visible.

— A woman in the 100 block of North Lincoln Avenue reported at 5:43 a.m. Tuesday that a man she knew continued to show up at her residence. The police checked the area, but he had already left.

–Jacquelynn Phillips-Wilson, 42, Valley Road, was cited for driving a vehicle under the influence and marking lanes after a traffic stop at 1:09 a.m. Tuesday in the 700 block of West State Street. Her mother responded by driving the vehicle and the woman was placed in the care of a family member.

– Kerri Steffel, 32, Bank Street, was arrested on an active warrant, turned over to the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Deputy and taken to jail after a dispute was reported in the 500 block of Bank Street at 10:45 p.m. Monday. Nothing physical happened.

– A reckless silver van with a blacked-out license plate was reported driving all over North Ellsworth Avenue and East Second Street at 8:36 p.m. Monday. Officers saw the van in the distance but lost it in traffic.

– A man in the 2100 block of Monroe Street reported at 8:25 p.m. Monday that his employer told him someone had used his Social Security number to file an unemployment claim on his behalf. He said he is currently employed and has not filed for unemployment. He was given advice and told to call the police if he found anything on his credit report.

— A woman in the 400 block of South Lundy Avenue at 7:20 p.m. Monday asked how to get a restraining order on a man who sent her a disturbing text message. He was told his options.

– A detective at 6:47 p.m. Monday received a cyber tip from Internet Crimes Against Children regarding alleged child pornography. The incident is under investigation.

— A Hanoverian man reported at 5:19 p.m. Monday that last Monday he drove to the Memorial Building and someone was ordering cars to park. He said he drove over a pile of snow and caused damage to his front bumper.

— A reckless red vehicle was reported northbound on South Lincoln Avenue swerving extensively at 11:26 a.m. Monday, but was no longer in the area.

— The school’s resource manager was notified at 11:05 a.m. Monday by the South East School principal of telecommunication harassment that occurred at a residence on Franklin Avenue during the weekend. The officer spoke with the parent involved who then recounted what had happened.

– A Cleveland Street woman reported at 10:17 a.m. Monday that she had provided her Social Security number and other information to an unknown caller on the phone. He was told to contact the Social Security office.

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