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– Robert G. Mick, 64, Frischkorn Drive, Wellsville, was heading south on State Highway 39 in Yellow Creek Township at 8:42 p.m. on September 29 when he failed to keep the control in a turn. He exited on the right side of the road, struck a guardrail, continued to cross the road and left side, hitting a ditch. Mick has been cited with both OVI and check failure. He was not injured.
– James Richard Jarvis, 51, Winston Drive, East Liverpool, was heading north on State Road 7 in St. Clair Township at 7:35 p.m. Saturday when he struck a deer on the pavement. He was not injured.
–William C. Mickey, 48, Brookview Drive, Salem, was heading south on Slater Road in Butler Township when he hit a jack on the roadway. He lost steering control and exited on the left side of the road, hitting a culvert. He was not injured and no citation was issued.
– Micah A. Walker, 18, Ellett Road, Beloit, and Sara L. Vassilaros, 72, Salem-Alliance Road, Salem, were stopped eastbound on US Route 62 when another vehicle driven by Kirsten K. Nemet, 32, Newton Falls, failed to stop behind them. Nemet’s vehicle struck Vassilaros’ back, and the impact pushed her into Walker’s back. Nemet was taken to Aultman Alliance Hospital with serious injuries by Damascus EMS. Walker had suspected minor injuries but was not transported. Vassilaros was not injured. Nemet was cited with assured clear distance.
–A man in Greentree Place wanted to file a report against his neighbor at 11:32 a.m. Monday, which he said called him racist slurs and threatened to bring her husband over to beat him. It would have been all over her cat, which the neighbor told her was not being cared for properly. Police spoke to the woman, who denied calling the man racist insults. She said she approached him about her cat, but he started yelling at her, cursing her and threatening her. The police suggested that she stay away from him.
– A reckless driver was reported near Lions Club Road near the bike path at 5:42 p.m. on September 29. The police were able to speak to the man, who had parked his vehicle under the Canton Bridge. The man said he was leaving.
–Police assisted the sheriff’s office with a servant reported at 6:26 pm Thursday at Twin Oaks Trailer Park on State Route 45. The quarreling couple had already separated in different rooms when the officer arrived.
Someone called 911 and hung up at 10:05 p.m. on September 20 in the 400 block area of East Lincoln Way. Police found the man walking and he claimed everything had been fined.
– A vehicle driven by Michelle Vollnogle, Sue Drive, backed up in a US Postal Service van driven by Monica Cline, Annesley Road, East Liverpool, on Saltwell Road in Greentree Place at 9.45am on Friday. Vollnogle said she was pulling back to go left of the stop sign when the kids in the backseat told her she had to go the other way. She put him in reverse and struck the van without knowing it was there.
– Police checked a woman saying she was being harassed by another woman at 8:13 a.m. on September 24. After speaking with the woman who filed the report, it was determined that no crime had been committed.
– Police assisted MPs at McDonalds where suspicious activity was reported at 8:38 p.m. on September 26. No immediate threat was found.
–A brawl was reported in the 100 block of Sherman Street at 9:29 p.m. on September 27. Police discovered that two men had had a brief physical altercation, but neither wanted to press charges.
– Police were asked to inform someone of something by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Office in Wisconsin at 7:53 p.m. on September 27, but could not find anyone at home at the Washington address Street.
– A damaging criminal case was reported at 10:32 p.m. on September 20 at the Valley View gas station. A woman from Grant Street reported that her ex threw a bottle of her perfume on the store floor. She did not want to lay charges.
– Police attended a house in the 700 block of Sunset Drive at 1:28 am on September 29 to speak to the owners of a broken down vehicle located on National Highways 164 and 518. They contacted their son and told him to move the vehicle further. off the road.
– Two men were reported fighting in apartments in Greentree Place at 12:10 p.m. on September 27. Police tracked down the men, who said they were playing basketball and the game ignited. Both had red markings on them, but neither of them wanted to press charges.
–A recklessly driven white truck was reported arriving in town over the Canton Bridge at 3:42 p.m. on September 23. Police found the eastbound vehicle on state road 154 and stopped the vehicle. The driver said his cell phone fell at his feet and he leaned over to grab it, causing him to end up in the opposite lane of traffic. He didn’t seem to be under the influence.
-A man from East Pine Street said at 11:13 a.m. Sunday that he had not heard from his ex and was worried about her. She also has a key to the storage unit with all of her belongings in it. The police could not find her home, but left a note for her. He later gave the police a phone number and an address. Police spoke to the woman, who said her ex-boyfriend called 40 to 50 times a day. She asked if she could leave the storage unit key and the police station access card for him. The police told him to stop contacting them and he could collect the items from the police station.
– Police assisted with the EMS transport of a 69-year-old woman to the Salem Regional Medical Center for an emergency at 5:01 a.m. Friday. The house was locked when they left.
–A woman from North Beaver Street reported that her neighbor had fallen and then called her at 4:18 p.m. on Saturday. The woman had a cut above her right eye and was dizzy. She was transported by EMS to the Salem Regional Medical Center.
– A garage fire was reported on East High Street at 10:51 a.m. Sunday. the fire would have been extinguished, but rekindled. The police waited for the firefighters to return.
– The East Palestine Police Department reported at 10:06 p.m. on Friday that it had found a 70-year-old man wandering the streets and confused. The man lives in East Washington Street with his son and his son’s wife. The police could not reach them by phone, but found the woman at home. She said her stepfather suffered from dementia and that she would call the police in Eastern Palestine to make arrangements to pick him up.
– A North Jefferson Street man said at 11:46 a.m. Friday he felt threatened by his friend’s father, who he said wanted his friend’s car which was in his possession while his friend was in jail . He needed the car to get to work and didn’t want to give it to his friend’s dad, but his friend wanted his dad to get the vehicle. Arrangements were made for the vehicle to be in the driveway and the keys were placed where the father could pick it up late at night.
–Police checked a house on Brookfield Avenue for a man with a warrant at 8:23 p.m. on September 11. It was determined that he was not there.
– Police checked a woman at a South Beaver Street home at 6:58 p.m. Friday. She opened the door and said everything was fine. The police told her to call her two daughters.
– A motion alarm at the Head Start building on Lincole Place at 7:06 a.m. on September 21. Several vehicles, including a school bus, were in the front parking lot. It was determined that a school aide entered the building through the unlocked basement doors, went upstairs and may have accidentally triggered the alarm. Everyone was supposed to be there.
–A man from Applegrove Apartments fell and needed an ambulance at 9:16 p.m. Friday. The man was inside the apartment, but there was blood all over the sidewalk outside. The police helped him up while waiting for the ambulance to access him.
–A South Vine Street resident reported a theft from a vehicle Monday morning.
– Officers responded to a disturbance on private property near Stanton Avenue involving children on Monday evening.
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–A woman from Ashland Avenue reported at 9:18 a.m. Monday that she was being harassed by her mother, who lives in North Carolina and had to stop contacting her.
–A Carolina Avenue woman filed a harassment report at 7:39 a.m. Sunday against a man who was harassing her boyfriend near Burrows Avenue in case she needed a protection order.
– A marital dispute between a woman and her son was reported at 6:37 a.m. Sunday in the 2200 block of Lisbon Street.
–Timothy Halfhill, with no address listed, was arrested at 11:32 p.m. on Saturday on charges of OVI and faulty control, after a single vehicle crash at the campground near Peterson Roads.
–A Carolina Avenue woman reported at 6:03 p.m. Friday that she was walking her dog when three dogs belonging to the neighbor charged them. She sprayed them with pepper and they ran to their owners’ house in the 100 block of Fisher Avenue.