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East Liverpool

— On Nov. 1, officers were dispatched to the Vista Motel for removal of a female subject.

— On Nov. 1, officers responded to a Moore Street residence for a report of someone kicking in a door on a vacant apartment. Officers made entry into the apartment and found two suspects, Jeffrey Powers and Lindsey Beebout, who were taken into custody for criminal trespass. Officers also found after searching Powers several baggies in his pocket that contained suspected meth, fentanyl and unknown pills.

— On Nov. 2, officers conducted traffic stop for loud vehicle and issued the driver a citation for driving without a license and defective exhaust. The passenger, Gage Gough, was taken into custody for an active warrant. Officers searched vehicle and marijuana paraphernalia.

— On Nov. 2, after conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle with dark tinted windows, officers gave the driver a verbal warning.

— On Nov. 3, officers took a report of theft from a porch at a Morton Street residence. A resident said she received notice from Fed Ex stating a package was delivered. A neighbor stated he found package with the resident’s address on it under his car damaged and placed the package on her porch.

— On Nov. 3, a male came into the station to request his daughter be retrieved from her grandmother’s house since custody was not established with the grandmother. The daughter was returned to father.

— On Nov. 6, a female reported suspects police arrested previously were back at a Moore Street residence. Officers checked and made no contact.

— On Nov 6, police received a call that someone had broken into a vacant rental property on Avondale Street and was stealing copper wire. Suspects fled the scene.

— On Nov. 6, police received a call of a phone being stolen out of a vehicle parked on Jennings Avenue.

— On Nov. 7, a caller advised of a horse trailer blocking view when pulling out of Charles Street onto Rubicon. Officer checked and advised motorists were able to have a clear view.

— On Nov. 7, officers responded to a disturbance complaint at a Wilbert Avenue apartment, finding a domestic dispute. A male was told to leave and left.

— On Nov. 7, officers responded to a call from a mother stating her son was depressed and wanting to kill himself. Upon officers’ arrival, the son was being loaded into an ambulance.

— On Nov. 7, officers responded to domestic dispute at a Lincoln Avenue residence.

— On Nov. 7, officers responded to a call of a young boy alone in a Maine Boulevard parking lot. The juvenile was turned over to his aunt.

— On Nov. 7, officers responded to a call from the planning department in regards to a condemned house on Monroe Street with a person possibly inside. The resident was advised to have property cleaned up by Friday.

— On Nov. 8, officers were dispatched to a College Street apartment for a report from a female of someone coming into her apartment and taking her clothes.

— On Nov. 8, officers dispatched to a Brightview Drive residence by a female who reported her cameras quit working to check the residence.

— On Nov. 8, a male came into police department to report being threatened over Facebook. A male was advised on how to file for a protection order.

— On Nov. 8, officers responded to a break in and theft report at a Brightview Drive residence. A resident reported someone pushing up the security camera and taking an X-box, clothing and other items.

— On Nov. 8, a school bus driver reported seeing a male passed out in truck near the Erie and Maryland bus stop. Officers spoke with a male who decided to nap in his truck before heading to work.

— On Nov, 9, officers were dispatched to North Elementary for a juvenile caught smoking marijuana in the bathroom. The child admitted to taking marijuana from his mother’s drawer and learning how to roll a joint by watching his mother. The mother was called to the school and advised she could face possible child endangering charges.

— On Nov. 9, an officer responded to a domestic dispute at a West Eighth Street residence.

— On Nov. 9, a female came to the station to report her car being keyed.

— On Nov. 9, officers were dispatched to Michigan Street by parents for a son who was acting out. The son had marijuana on him and was issued citation and court date.

— On Nov. 9, officers responded to a domestic incident at Shady Lane residence.

— On Nov. 10, officers were dispatched to the area of East Liverpool City Hospital for a suicidal male that ran away from the hospital.

— On Nov. 10, officers were dispatched to a Hill Street residence for a welfare check on a suicidal juvenile.

— On Nov. 10, officers were dispatched to state Route 39 for a ladder in the roadway.

— On Nov. 10, officers were dispatched to Pennsylvania Avenue for an alarm.

— On Nov. 13, officers received report of a reckless driver on Dresden Avenue.

— On Nov. 13, an officer received a report of a black Chevy Avalanche missing from Bates Street.

— On Nov. 13, officers received a call from a female saying her ex-boyfriend wrecked her house and broke windows.

— On Nov. 13, officers responded to Smith Oil for a request to remove a male from the parking lot.

Liverpool Township

— On Nov. 17, police responded to an Eighth Street residence for a theft report. The resident reported his grandson’s dog as stolen.

— On Nov, 18, officers responded to an alarm at a Broadview Circle residence.

— On Nov. 19, officers received a call from New Day Recovery reporting a male who walked away from the treatment center and employees were concerned for his welfare.

— On Nov. 19, while checking traffic speeds, an officer noted a car traveling faster than posted speed limit. The officer conducted a traffic stop and wrote a citation.

— On Nov. 19, while checking vehicle speeds, an officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle going above the speed limit and discovered plates were expired and license plate light wasn’t working. A citation was issued and a court date given for the expired plates.

— On Nov. 20, police responded to a private property crash on Pennsylvania Avenue.

Wellsville

— On Nov. 7, officers were dispatched to a disturbance of a dispute between juveniles on Tenth Street.

— On Nov. 8, officers took a report for harassment by phone and social media.

— On Nov. 10, officers responded to a three-vehicle crash at McDonalds. No injuries were reported.


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