— Officers responded to the 500 block of Mulberry Avenue at 9:23 pm April 3 where a man reported hearing a saw running and two men running from behind Six’s toward First Avenue. Officers checked the area with negative contact. The complaint provided surveillance footage that showed two men, one sprinting carrying possibly a catalytic converter and one just walking carrying a backpack.
— Police responded to the 500 block of College Street at 6:38 pm April 3 in reference to a possibly suicidal woman. The woman was voluntarily transported by ambulance to the hospital.
— Officers responded to the 1100 block of Ohio Avenue at 4:34 pm April 3 in reference to shots fired around the St. George Street area. Officers spoke with someone in the area who said they believed it to be fireworks.
— A Sunnyside Street resident reported at 4:11 pm April 3 her ex-roommate had been opening her mail.
— Police responded to the 700 block of East Fourth Street at 1:45 pm April 3 to assist medical personnel with a combative patient in need of medical care. The patient eventually agreed to be transported by ambulance to the hospital.
— Officers Street responded to the 1000 block of Church at 1:14 pm April 3 in reference to two people in an abandoned house. A woman at the home said the home belonged to her grandmother and they were gathering belongings for her. The woman also admitted they had been in an argument with the neighbor earlier in the day in reference to them being in the house. The woman was advised to leave for the day to avoid further issues.
— Police responded to the 2500 block of St. Clair Avenue at 2:32 pm March 31 in reference to a man thinking about suicide. The man was transported by an ambulance to the East Liverpool hospital for evaluation.
— Erik Randall Taylor, 36, no address listed, was charged with domestic violence after officers responded to the 2100 block of Ohio Avenue at 7:57 pm March 31 where a woman reported she had locked herself and a child in the bathroom in fear of Taylor. Taylor had left the scene before officers arrived and was taken into custody at his place of employment.
— An officer responded to the area of McKinnon Avenue at 2:44 pm March 30 in reference to a small child sitting in the roadway, but was unable to find the child in question.
— Mitzi S. Stoddard, 32, no address listed; and Christopher D. Price, 39, no address listed, were arrested on active warrants out of Columbiana County following a traffic stop in the 300 block of Moore Street at 5:54 pm March 29. Stoddard was also cited for expired plates and driving under suspension. A search of the vehicle revealed multiple syringes and two unmarked pills.
st. Clair Township
— Matthew Scott Rudder, 32. no address listed, was arrested on warrants out of Columbiana County following a traffic stop on state Route 11 at 6:39 pm April 2 in which he was a passenger.
— Dianna L. Haney, 63, no address listed, was charged with theft after officers responded to a 16000 block Dresden Avenue business at 6:33 pm April 2.
— Aaron McDole, no age or address listed, was cited for no driver’s license and fictitious plates following a traffic stop on state Route 7 at 3:45 pm April 2.
— William Scott Santimarino, 33, no address listed, was arrested on warrants out of Jefferson County and cited for driving under suspension following a traffic stop on Yeager Road near Fairway Road at 3 pm April 2.
— Steven Scott Summers, 46, no address listed, was charged with drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop at 4:08 pm April 1 in the 47000 block of McDonald Street. A search of the vehicle revealed a pipe commonly used to smoke crack cocaine along with a plastic tube that contained a white rock substance. The substance was sent for testing with charges pending.
— Prowlers were reported outside a Steubenville Pike, Center Township address at 11:42 pm, Tuesday. The home was found to be secure from the outside.
— A Lones Road, Madison Township, man reported at 7:17 pm, Monday a woman he knows destroyed his tent and took off walking on foot. She left the area before deputies arrived and does not have a working phone. He did not want to press charges against her for damage to the tent.
— A US Route 30, Hanoverton, woman reported at 7:46 pm, March 30 someone damaged her chicken wire fence, which she found laying on the ground with the poles bent over.
— Deputies checked on a man on Scott Drive, Knox Township, at 3:09 pm, Monday, who said he was fine. He just does not have a working phone right now.
— A domestic dispute was reported between a grandfather and grandson at a Kirk Road, Fairfield township address at 8 pm, Monday. Neither wanted to prosecute the other.
— A Howard Street, Hanoverton, man reported at 5:47 pm, March 30, his neighbor is sticking objects into his fence.
— A Hilltop Drive, Center Township, woman reported at 6 pm, March 30 a case of telephone harassment and a warrant was issued against Andrew J. Shafer, Shady Lane, Lisbon.