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Wednesday, November 22, 2017
09:53 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178304
Date: Tuesday, November 21,2017
Harassment
428 E SCHOOL ST


Complainant: RICHARD MASTERSON

Officer responded to the 400 block of E. 
School St. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
male subject keeps driving in the area and 
stopping in front of his house. Officer will 
make contact with the known male subject. 
Officer advised the complainant to call the 
PD if he has any further issues.



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20178288
Date: Monday, November 20,2017
Accidental Damage
1146 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: DEREK BRANT


On 11/20/2017 at approximately 1850 hrs 
officers were dispatched to the I 100 block 
of E Third Street in regards to an accidental 
property damage report. 

Upon arrival, officers gathered the 
complainants information and documented 
all the damage that was reported. With 
every thing documented both officers then 
cleared.




Ptl. D. MILLER




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Incident #: 20178289
Date: Monday, November 20,2017
Traffic Offense
120 N LINCOLN AVE

Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location. The driver was given 
a verbal warning for the violation and did 
give verbal consent to search his vehicle. a 
search was conducted and nothing illegal 
was located.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20178291
Date: Monday, November 20,2017
Traffic Offense
HAWLEY AVE / E FIFTH ST


Officer initiated a traffic stop in the area of 
Hawley Ave and E Fifth St. The owner and 
driver of the vehicle gave officer verbal 
consent to search the vehicle. Nothing was 
located inside the vehicle and the driver 
was given a written warning for turn signal 
violation and rapid acceleration.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178292
Date: Monday, November 20,2017
Fraud
382 MORGAN CT


Complainant: ANONYMOUS

On 11/20/17 Officers responded to the 300 
block of Morgan Court for a fraud report. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant and gathered information in 
regards to how they believed to have been 
scammed'via their credit card. The 
complainants information was then 
gathered and officers advised what the 
complainant should do from here. Once the 
report was taken both officers then cleared.




-Ptl. D. MILLER



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Incident #: 20178293
Date: Monday, November 20,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
700 BLOCK OF 


Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

ARA NEMETH, SAMUEL LEE 745 E Fifth 
1/2 SALEM, OH 

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 700 block of E 
Fifth St. During the stop the driver was 
found to not have a valid drivers license and 
also admitted to having narcotics inside the 
vehicle. 

A probable cause search did yield a 
narcotic seizure. The driver was taken into 
custody for two drug offenses. 

The driver was transported to the Salem 
Police Department for processing and was 
later taken to the Columbiana County Jail. 
An additional item located in the vehicle will 
be sent to BCI for further testing. Charges 
pending the lab results.



Arrested: Samuel L Nemeth
AGE 31
Address: 745 Y2 E Fifth St Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of a Controlled 
Substance Schedule II
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178294
Date: Monday, November 20,2017
Suspicious Activity 
N BROADWAY AVE / E THIRD 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the area of E Third St 
and N Broadway Ave in regards to a 
suspicious persons report. The complainant 
advised that the subject in question had 
been riding a bicycle in the area and 
appeared to the intoxicated. 

Officer arrived on scene and checked the 
area but was unable to locate anyone 
matching the description.



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20178295
Date: Tuesday, November 21,2017
Suspicious Person
676 OLIVE ST 

Complainant: AMANDA THACKER

Officers responded to the 600 block of Olive 
Street in regards to a suspicious persons 
report. Officer arrived on scene and made 
contact with the complainant who advised 
that someone had been knocking on their 
window and left the area on a bicycle.

Another officer who had been checking the 
area located a female juvenile riding a 
bicycle southbound in the 1600 block of S 
Lincoln Ave, officer then made contact with 
the subject on S Lincoln Ave and Chestnut 
Grove, upon speaking to the female it was 
found that she was 14 years of age and due 
to the time of night she had been out past 
curfew. 

It was also found that this female subject 
had been the suspicious person in question.

The female juvenile was placed in custody 
and transported to the Salem Police 
Department and was later released to her 
mother. The female juvenile was charged 
with curfew with other possible charges 
pending.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20178300
Date: Tuesday, November 21,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem


Complainant: ROBERT PRICE

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East 5th St for a reported juvenile problem. 

On arrival officers spoke with the juvenile in 
question as well as the complainant. The 
juvenile in question was refusing to listen to 
his parents and refusing to go to school. 
Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20178301
Date: Tuesday, November 21,2017
Person With A Gun
499 CONTINENTAL DR A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr for a report of a man with a 
gun. 

On arrival officers spoke with the person 
involved. The witness stated that a 
unknown man had came to the residence 
asking about a female and that he had a 
gun. The witness stated that this had 
occurred roughly 45 minutes to a hour 
before they had called the police. The 
witness stated that the man then stated he 
had the wrong residence and left.

Offices checked the area and were unable 
to locate any vehicles that matched the 
description given. Officers advised the 
persons at the residence of what to do if the 
person was to return. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178302
Date: Tuesday, November 21,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: BRENDA CARDER

Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a report of telephone 
harassment. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
she has been receiving unwanted calls and 
texts from a person known to her. Officers 
advised the complainant of the options for 
dealing with the situation. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister



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Tuesday, November 21, 2017
08:45 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178275
Date: Sunday, November 19,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
150 W SEVENTH ST

Complainant: CYNTHIA CLOSE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a missing juvenile. Officers 
spoke with the complainant who stated that 
her grandson was missing. Officers 
checked with some of his friends and was 
able to locate the male juvenile and 
returned him to his grandmother.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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lncident #: 20178277
Date: Sunday, November 19,2017
Ambulance Needed 
1509 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a medical emergency. The Salem FD first 
responders were on scene providing 
emergency medical care followed by EMT 
ambulance. The female was ultimately 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178278
Date: Sunday, November 19,2017
Assist Perry Police
1129 W PERRY ST UP


Request to assist Perry Twp. P.D. at the 
above location reference an incident of 
Domestic Violence. 

Upon arrival, this officer stood by while 
Perry Twp. P.D. handled the incident. 
Nothing else was needed and this officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178280
Date: Sunday, November 19,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
E PERSHING ST / S LUNDY A

A male subject walked in front of a Police 
cruiser with his hands up then imitated he 
was drawing a firearm. Police stopped the 
male subject on S. Lundy near E. Pershing 
to speak with him. The male then began to 
question why the officer stopped him. The 
male advised he is an informant and can 
speak or do as he wishes. 

Police advised the male of the potential 
consequences that could result from those 
actions then sent him on his way.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178281
Date: Sunday, November 19,2017
Speak To Officer


Complainant: AUSTIN SHUTLER

Officer met with a male complainant at the 
police department who advised that he was 
threatened by his neighbor in the 600 block 
of N. Lincoln Avenue. The complainant did 
not want officers to speak with the other 
party involved and did not want to go back 
home. The complainant asked for his 
grandmother to be contacted to pick him up. 

Contact was made with his grandmother 
and she responded to the police 
department.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20178282
Date: Sunday, November 19,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
156 N MADISON AVE

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
N. Madison Avenue for a dispute. Officers 
responded and spoke with a male subject 
who was outside the residence looking for 
his vehicle keys. The subject stated that he 
was upset with his girlfriend who had just 
arrived home and she threw his keys out 
the door. 

Officers spoke with a female subject inside 
the residence who advised she just arrived 
home and found that her boyfriend had 
been breaking items in the house. Officers 
were advised that the mother of the male 
subject was the complainant, but had not 
been on scene during the incident. 

The female and male subject both advised 
there was no physical violence. While 
officers were speaking with the female 
subject a glass bong with marijuana residue 
was observed in the living room. The 
female subject advised it belonged to her 
boyfriend. The male subject was 
subsequently cited for marijuana drug 
paraphernalia and the item was seized as 
evidence. 

Both subjects were advised to go to 
separate areas for the night.


Cited: Justin S. Spack 156 N. Madison Ave. 
Salem, Ohio 44460 (AGE 24)
Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia MM



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20178283
Date: Sunday, November 19,2017
Ambulance Needed
156 N MADISON AVE

Police responded to the 100 block of N. 
Madison for a male subject threatening to 
harm himself. The male was transported to 
the hospital. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178284
Date: Monday, November 20,2017
Dog At Large
1851 WHINNERY RD

Complainant: DAVID CRISWELL

Officer was dispatched to the 1800 block of 
Whinnery Road for a dog at large 
complaint. Officer responded and met with 
the complainant who advised that a dog 
that does not belong to him got inside the 
fenced in area of his back yard. Officer was 
able to get the male Husky dog in the back 
of the patrol unit. The dog was transported 
to the humane officer and turned over. 
There were no tags on the dog.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Monday, November 20, 2017
07:58 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178271
Date: Sunday, November 19,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A

While on patrol , officer observed a 
suspicious vehicle parked in the east lot of 
the Community Center. Contact was made 
with both occupants in the truck, who 
advised that they were just talking. The two 
were advised of business and park hours 
and told to continue their conversation 
somewhere else.



PTL LaROSA



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Incident #: 20178270
Date: Sunday, November 19,2017
Check Well Being
1038 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: KRIS ACKNS

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of E. Fourth Street for a well being check on 
a female juvenile.

Officers were advised that the juvenile had 
sent messages threatening harm to herself. 
Officers responded and made contact with 
the female juvenile and she was advised of 
the complaint. The juvenile advised that she 
did not have feelings of causing harm to 
herself and that she had an argument with 
the complainant. 

The sister of the juvenile was present and 
advised she is her guardian. The juvenile 
seemed to be fine and advised she did not 
need any medical attention. Family 
members were present who advised they 
would be at the residence the rest of the 
night.



Ptl. C. Crider 



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lncident #: 20178268
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
485 AETNA ST


Complainant: GAIL PETERSEN

Officers responded to 485 Aetna St. for a 
report of a domestic violence incident called 
in by the complainant, Gail Petersen. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
complainant whom advised she returned 
home from work and questioned her adult 
son about a hit/skip accident involving her 
vehicle earlier (Salem PD lnc.#20178263) 
on today's date. Complainant advised her 
son, whom was intoxicated threw a ceramic 
cup at her which struck her right forearm 
near her elbow causing injury to her 
forearm. Officer did observe injury to the 
complainant as well as observed the cup to 
be shattered. 

Once the investigation was complete, 27 
year old Joshua B. Petersen was placed 
under arrest for domestic violence. A search 
incident to arrest of Mr. Petersen's person 
revealed a small clear plastic baggie with 
suspected marijuana inside. Mr. Petersen 
also refused to get into the patrol car for 
transport despite several verbal commands 
to do so. Mr. Petersen tensed up his whole 
body and resisted officers efforts of getting 
him into the back of the patrol car. Mr. 
Petersen was escorted to the ground where 
he was picked up by officers and placed 
into the back of the patrol car and 
transported to the County Jail. Once at the 
County Jail, Mr. Petersen refused to get out 
of the patrol car and had to be physically 
escorted into the County Jail facilities. 

Mr. Petersen was charged with domestic 
violence, resisting arrest and possession of 
marijuana. Officers cleared.

Arrestee:
Joshua B. Petersen
AGE 27
485 Aetna St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Domestic Violence - Resisting 
Arrest - MM Possession of Marijuana



Ptl. B. Smith 



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Incident #: 20178267
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
BUTCHER RD CUL DE SAC 


While on patrol, officer came across a 
suspicious vehicle at the dead end of 
Butcher road. Contact was made with both 
occupants , who were both sitting in the 
back seat of the truck. The two advised that 
they were just there talking. They were 
advised to continue their conversation 
somewhere else.



PTL LaROSA



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lncident #: 20178265
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Suspicious Vehicle 
485 AETNA ST


While on patrol officer located a small white 
vehicle parked left side to curb in the 400 
block of Aetna St . A male individual had 
been observed walking toward the vehicle 
from the front of 458 Aetna St, but he 
turned around and went back inside the 
residence when he observed the marked 
police unit approaching. 

Officer subsequently observed that the 
vehicle had what appeared to be fresh 
damage to the front end and passenger 
side, and the vehicle was similar in 
description to a vehicle that had left the 
scene of a hit/skip accident at Roosevelt 
and E Third St at approximately 1815 hours 
this date.

The officer investigating that accident was 
notified and responded to the scene with 
vehicle parts recovered from the scene of 
the hit/skip accident. Those parts were 
subsequently affirmed to match parts 
missing from the vehicle on Aetna St. 

Officers attempted to make contact at 458 
Aetna St, where two male individuals were 
observed in the front room area. One was 
on the floor and one was on a couch, both 
refused to acknowledge officers knocking 
on the window and door for several 
minutes, acting as if they were sleeping. 
The male on the floor subsequently got up 
and upon viewing officers through the large 
glass window, he refused to open the door 
and instead gave officers an obscene 
gesture with both hands, then walked away. 
The individual walked past the window two 
more times in the next several minutes, 
continuing to ignore officers as they were 
advising him to come to the door. The 
individual was unsteady on his feet and 
nearly fell over several times, appearing to 
be intoxicated. Officers positively identified 
the individual as a family member of the 
registered owner of the hit/skip vehicle 
parked out front.

A tow truck (Kaiser's) was summoned to the 
scene to remove the hit/skip vehicle, with a 
hold placed on the vehicle until the person 
driving it at the time of the hit/skip accident 
is identified. Traffic charges are pending 
once the driver has been identified and 
additional charges are pending on the 
positively identified individuals inside the 
residence who failed to respond to officers 
commands to come to the door and 
obstructed the investigation of the hit/skip 
accident. 

Sgt B Slider 

See lncident # 20178263


Arrested: Joshua B. Petersen 
485 Aetna St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Obstructing Official Business (ORC 
2921.31)



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178264
Possible Shots Fired 
284 E FOURTH ST 1W

Police responded to the area 200 E. 4th St 
for noise disturbance and possible gun 
shots. Officers searched the surrounding 
area as well as sat in other locations. 
Officers were unable to hear anything that 
resembles the complaint.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178261
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Phone Or lnternet Harassment
530 COLUMBIA ST E


Complainant: STEVEN GOODMAN

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Columbia St in reference to an lnternet 
harassment report. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that the subject 
had posted threatening/harassing 
messages on his Facebook page. 
Complainant was advised that officers 
would make contact with the subject to 
advised her to cease her actions. Officers 
later made contact with the subject who 
advised that she did post messages on 
Facebook due to her being upset. However, 
the subject, who was intoxicated, advised 
that the complainant is the one who is 
harassing her every day and she feels that 
she cannot take it anymore. 

She was advised to contact the police the 
next time she is being harassed to have the 
incident investigated. 

During the investigation, the subject made 
threats of committing suicide. The Salem 
Fire Department First Responders and EMT 
Ambulance were requested to the scene. 
She was then transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT 
Ambulance for evaluation. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178260
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: CIRCLE K, EAST

Officers responded to Circle K, in the 1100 
block of E State St, for a report of a 
suspicious vehicle. Complainant advised of 
a black or gray SUV that had been parked 
in the parking lot for over an hour and was 
given a five minute warning to leave the 
property but, did not. 

Officers made contact with the female driver 
and two other female passengers who 
advised that they had just purchased some 
items from the store. One of the females 
advised that she was waiting on money to 
be transferred into her bank account, which 
is the reason why they
were still in the parking lot. The females 
departed the parking lot and officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178249
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Traffic Offense
E STATE (100 BLOCK) 


Officer initiated a traffic stop with a light 
blue Kia Spectra in the 100 block of E. 
State St. for a red light violation that 
occurred at the intersection of E. State St. 
and Broadway Ave. 

During the stop K9 Argo was deployed who 
did alert to the presence of narcotic odor. A 
search of the vehicle was conducted and no 
contraband was located. 

The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the red light violation and officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Sunday, November 19, 2017
10:02 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178235
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1995 E STATE ST A
SALEM REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER


Unit 1-  Owner/Operator- Ann Zucchero- 
ALLIANCE, OH

Unit 2-  Owner/Operator- Joseph Kidder- 
EAST PALESTINE, OH



Officer was dispatched to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center at 1995 E State St 
for a report of a two vehicle traffic accident. 

Upon arrival, both operators advised that 
there were no injuries. Unit 1, a 2000 Ford 
Taurus, and Unit 2, a 2008 Chevy Impala, 
were both travelling east bound on E State 
St, with Unit 1 travelling behind Unit 2. Unit 
2 came to a complete stop, due to traffic 
being stopped at S E Blvd, and Unit 1 failed 
to stop in time, resulting in Unit 1 striking 
Unit 2. 

Unit 2 sustained minor damage to the front 
bumper and grill, while Unit 2 sustained no 
damage. 

No citations were issued.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20178237
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
INJURY ACCIDENT
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING ST


2010 TOYOTA  Owner/Driver LAWRENCE 
HANSON , SALEM, OH 


2006 PONTIAC G6 4s GRY Owner/Driver 
BRIAN DALE , SALEM, OH


officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
S. Lincoln Avenue and E. Pershing Street 
for a motor vehicle accident.

Officer responded and observed a grey 
Toyota truck and grey Pontiac sedan were 
involved. Officer made contact with the 
male driver and female passenger of the 
Toyota truck and the driver advised he was 
injured. 

First Responders and KLG Ambulance 
responded. 

The driver and the passenger advised they 
were north bound on Lincoln and had 
slowed to make a left west bound turn onto 
Pershing.  The right rear of their truck was 
struck by the driver of the Pontiac which 
had been behind them.  The male driver 
was transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center. Officer made contact with 
the driver of the grey Pontiac sedan who 
advised he was heading north on S. Lincoln 
Avenue and struck the rear of the Toyota 
truck with the left front of his vehicle.

The driver stated that the truck stopped 
suddenly causing him to hit the rear of the 
truck. 

Officer detected a strong odor of an 
alcoholic beverage coming from the driver 
of the Pontiac and the driver admitted to 
consuming alcohol.

Officer began to conduct field sobriety 
testing and the subject refused after the first 
test. A second ambulance, EMT 
Ambulance, had responded and advised 
the subject had to be transported to the 
hospital due to consuming alcohol and his 
vehicle being involved in a front end 
damage accident. The driver reported no 
injury. 

Sinsley Towing removed the Pontiac from 
the roadway (disabling damage) and the 
owners son of the Toyota truck responded 
for the truck. 

Photographs of the damage to both 
vehicles were obtained. 

Officer later responded to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center and made contact 
with the driver of the Pontiac sedan. The 
driver was subsequently arrested for OVI 
and he refused the chemical test. The 
subject was charged with OVI, OVI with 
Prior Refusal and Assured Clear Distance 
Ahead. Papework was completed at the 
hospital and the subject was never 
transported back to the police department.


Arrested: Brian C. Dale 91 6 Homewood 
Avenue Salem, Ohio 44460 (AGE 34)
OVI
OVI with Prior Refusal
ACDA



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20178250
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Accident No Injury Reported 
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit#l 2012 Jeep Liberty - Driver/Owner: 
Lourdes G. Rivas Castillo, BOARDMAN, 
OH


Unit#2 2004 Chevy Cavalier - Driver/Owner: 
Mary Shelton , MINERAL RIDGE, OH



Officers responded to a report of a two 
vehicle accident with air bag deployment at 
the intersection of N. Lincoln Ave. and E. 
Third St. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
driver of unit#l, Lourdes G. Rivas Castillo 
whom advised she fell asleep while driving 
southbound on N. Lincoln Ave. in her green 
2004 Chevy Cavalier and struck the rear of 
unit#2, a silver 2012 Jeep Liberty being 
driven by Mary Shelton whom was coming 
to a stop at the intersection. 

Air bags deployed on unit#l. Ms. Castillo 
advised that she was not injured, however 
Ms. Shelton advised of a possible back 
injury but denied medical treatment. 

Damage was observed to both vehicles and 
the scene was photographed. 

Both vehicles were towed from the scene 
by Sinsley's towing. 

Ms. Rivas was issued a traffic citation for 
ACDA and was given a court date of 
Monday November 27th, 2017 at 08:30a.m. 
in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Upon clearing, officer provided both drivers 
a courtesy ride to their place of employment 
at Freshmark. Officer cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178251
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Theft
1008 E THIRD ST

Complainant: DALE RITCHIE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a theft from a residence. Officers 
spoke with the complainant who stated that 
a male subject who he let live at his 
residence stole a large sum of money last 
night.

Officers made contact with the male subject 
who denied taking any money from the 
residence.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20178253
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Domestic In Progress
205 S HOWARD AVE

Complainant: MARY SMITH
Complainant: WAYNE SMITH

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a dispute between parents and 
their adult son. The complainants advised 
that their son was upset and throwing things 
around the house. No physical violence was 
reported and officers spoke with the son 
also. 

Everyone was calm prior to departing and 
the complainants were once again 
explained the eviction process due to the 
constant problems.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178254
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST


Complainant: PAIGE 

Report of a drive off at the above business. 

Upon arrival, the employee advised a that 
female subject in a dark Blue Chevy Malibu 
had pumped $15.01 worth of gas and left 
without paying traveling westbound on E. 
State St.

Smyth Employee was given the report 
number and this officer checked the area 
and was unable to locate.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20178256
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Drug Overdose
428 E SCHOOL ST

Report of a possible drug overdose at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
his girlfriend had taken a bunch of sleeping 
pills and started throwing up. She was 
transported to the Salem E.R. by EMT.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20178257
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Suspicious Activity
788 E STATE ST


Complainant: GARY RONSHAUSEN

Police responded to the 700 block of E. 
State St for suspicious activity. The 
complainant advised while inside of the 
building someone thought they heard the 
side door close. 

Officers searched throughout the building 
and everything appeared normal. Officers 
cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20178262
Date: Saturday, November 18,2017
Speak To Officer


Complainant: BRITTANY SMITH 

The complainant responded to this 
department and advised that she and her 
husband are currently separated.

She advised that they were to meet and 
pick up items for the children at a local 
store. She advised that her husband began 
an argument with her over personal issues 
and threatened to have her charged. The 
complainant was requesting information on 
how to obtain a restraining order, to which 
she was advised.




Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20178248
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
1200 BUCKEYE AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a suspicious vehicle in the 
area. Officer observed the vehicle parked at 
the rear of the school with nobody around. 

Officer patrolled the area and returned a 
few minutes later. Officer then observed the 
vehicle leaving the parking lot of Buckeye 
School. 

A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle 
and contact was made with the driver and 
passenger, both of whom were juveniles. 

K9 Argo was deployed on the vehicle and 
he indicated to a narcotic odor coming from 
the vehicle. A search of the vehicle turned 
up some marijuana. The juveniles were 
released to a guardian and charges are 
pending.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20178247
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
1449 E STATE ST


Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

On 11/17/2017 at approximately 2330 hrs 
Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State Street in regards to unruly juvenile. 

Upon arrival both Officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that the juvenile 
was displaying violent behavior towards her 
and the other residents in the household 
and using vulgar language. 

Both Officers spoke with the complainant 
and juvenile and made sure that both 
parities were going to be all right for the rest 
of the evening.

Both Officers then advised the juvenile that 
her behavior would not be acceptable and 
at that point agreed to go straight to bed. 
Once the juvenile was in her room and the 
complainant was satisfied with the juvenile's 
behavior both Officers then cleared.



-Ptl. D. MILLER



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Incident #: 20178246
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Suspicious Person
WATERWORTH PARK / SUNSET
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer on patrol in Waterworth Memorial 
Park observed a male subject walking in the 
parking lot off Sunset Blvd. after closing 
time. Officer made contact with the male 
subject and identified him as a 15yoa 
juvenile. The juvenile was taken in to 
custody for a curfew violation and 
transported back to the police department 
where he was released to his father.


Arrested: *JUVENILE*  2320 Merle Road 
Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 10/03/2002)
Curfew
Unruly Juvenile



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178245
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP, LISBON

Officer on station stood by with an Ohio 
State Highway Patrol Trooper who had a 
subject on station for OVI.

Officer cleared a short time later.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178243
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
N HOWARD AVE / W SECOND STREET


ARA ZAMBORSKY, KIRK 968 E THIRD ST 
3 SALEM, OH 44460

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for an 
equipment violation in the area of W 
Second St and N Howard Ave.

After a brief investigation, K9 Argo was 
deployed and alerted to the presence of a 
narcotic odor. The vehicle was 
subsequently searched and yielded a glass 
pipe with a brown substance, which is 
commonly used for smoking crack cocaine. 

The driver of the vehicle was subsequently 
arrested and transported to the police 
department for processing. He was later 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail. 

The driver was afforded a warning for Two 
Headlights Required.



Arrested Kirk Zamborsky AGE 48
968 E Third St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
(ORC 2925.1461)



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178242
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Intoxicated Person
922 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: DONALD WILSON

Officers responded to 922 W. Pershing St. 
for a report of an intoxicated male subject. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
complainant whom advised that his 
girlfriends son just recently came back from 
Louisiana to visit and that this evening he 
was intoxicated and threatening him. The 
complainant did not wish to file any charges 
at the time of complaint Contact was made 
with the male subject, whom was 
intoxicated. Officer advised the intox. male 
to stay in his room for the evening and to 
cause no further problems.



Ptl. Smith



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Incident #: 20178241
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Speak To Officer
717 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: SUSAN SHERRILL

Officer made contact with the complainant 
on station in reference to an earlier incident 
#20178232.

Complainant advised that the subject from 
the earlier complainant was making false 
statements about her and she just wanted it 
documented.




Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20178239
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Fraud


Complainant: CHERYL BERKEY

The complainant responded to Salem PD to 
report that while visiting the City on 
business earlier this date, numerous phone 
calls had been received by the complainant 
from an individual(s) claiming to be from the 
IRS.

The callers used high pressure tactics to 
convince the complainant that a large sum 
of money was owed to the IRS and failure 
to pay promptly would result in the 
complainants arrest. The callers had 
instructed the complainant to purchase 
repaid gift cards, which the complainant 
subsequently did at 2875 E State St. A total 
of five gift cards were purchased in the 
amount of $1000 dollars each, and each of 
the cards numbers had been provided to 
the callers by the complainant as instructed. 
The callers had promptly redeemed each of 
the cards
shortly thereafter.

Additional phone calls had been made to 
the complainant requesting more money 
that would be refunded at a later time and 
additional cards had been purchased from a 
business in Boardman to complete those 
transactions.

The complainant was responding to the 
Boardman location to obtain copies of the 
receipts as well. 

Officer suggested that the complainant file a 
report with the police jurisdiction that the 
complainant lives in, as well as consulting a 
federal law enforcement agency for further 
options. The gift cards were all purchased 
with a credit card and the complainant was 
advised to file a report with the Credit Card 
company as well. 

A police report number was provided to the 
complainant/victim. 


Card Numbers were redeemed in Laurel 
Maryland and San Jose California


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178238
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Accident MV vs Animal
2789 E STATE ST 2

Unit 1 Owner CHRISTINE GRACE 

Police responded to the 2700 block of E. 
State St. for a motor vehicle vs. deer. The 
vehicle sustained functional damage to the 
front end. The deer was already gone when 
officers arrived. The driver advised of no 
injuries and was able to drive from the 
scene.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178236
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Distraught / Upset Person
156 N MADISON AVE

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a distraught person. 

Officers arrived on scene and spoke with 
several family members who advised that 
the subject became agitated and started 
throwing things
around the house. 

Officers were advised that the subject broke 
several things in the basement along with a 
vacuum cleaner. The subject fled the area 
prior to our arrival. Officers checked the 
area but were unable to locate the subject.



Ptl. S. LaRosa



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Saturday, November 18, 2017
08:34 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178226
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH AVE


Unit #l Driver Owner MICHELLE CRANK 

Unit #2 Driver JASON MILLER Owner 
Randall Miller 


The driver of Unit#l was traveling south on 
N. Ellsworth Ave. when she struck the rear 
of Unit#2 who was stopped for traffic. The 
driver of Unit#2 advised the same as Unit#l 
and minor damage was observed on the 
rear of Unit#2.



Ptl.R.Miller




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lncident #: 20178227
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Reckless Operator
1516 S LlNCOLN AVE B 

Complainant: JENNIFER FINNEY,  
WARREN, OH 44481

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a construction worker who was 
directing traffic was bumped with a car 
multiple times by a red suv with a male 
driver. The complainant stated they were 
able to get a picture of the plate and 
vehicle, the matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20178228
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Check Well Being
961 W WILSON ST B

Complainant: TRISHA SWEENEY,  
ALLIANCE, OH 44601

Officers responded to the above location to 
check the well being of the female resident. 
The daughter of the female called and was 
concerned that her brother was fighting with 
her mother. 

Officers spoke with the complainants 
mother and she advised that her son was 
arguing with her earlier but everything was 
OK. She was explained the eviction 
process, should she choose to do so.


Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20178229
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Speak To Officer
1884 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: NATALIE LANSBERGER

Report of speak with officer at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that a 
male subject that belongs to the club 
wanted to assault another member of the 
club. Complainant advised they contacted 
the other member and advised him not to 
come to the club. This officer asked if she 
wanted the one removed from the
club and she advised no that it shouldn't be 
an issue now. 

This officer did advise Goshen Twp. P.D. to 
keep an extra watch on the house of the 
other member just in case there are future 
problem.



Ptl Miller


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Incident #: 20178231
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1995 E STATE ST


Complainant: DAWN SLAGLE 

Complainant contacted this department 
regarding a vehicle parked at the above 
location. She advised that a child seat in a 
vehicle was covered with a blanket and she 
was concerned a baby was left in the seat. 
Officers checked the vehicle and it did not 
appear that a child was inside. 
Officers had security page the owner just to 
make sure everything was OK.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178233
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH STREET

Report of two vehicles parked in a no 
parking zone in the 700 block of E Fifth St. 
Officer responded and made contact with 
both drivers. The vehicles were moved and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178234
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Theft
821 E STATE ST

Complainant: Benjamin Cooper,  MINERVA, 
OH

Officer was flagged down in the parking lot 
of the above noted location. The 
complainant advised that he purchased an 
LG cell phone for $45 from a male 
individual about an hour prior to the time of 
report. He found that the individual was 
selling the phone on a buy/sell/trade sight. 

The complainant stated the when he went 
to activate the phone, it was unable to be 
activated and or possibly stolen. A name of 
the seller was obtained and officer will 
attempt to locate him.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178219
Date: Thursday, November 16,2017
Menacing / Threats
211 W SEVENTH ST

Complainant: KATHLEEN NORWOOD

Officer responded to the 200 block of W. 
Seventh St. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
male subject advised her that his son was 
going to cause harm to her son. 

Officer spoke to both the complainant and 
the known subject. After further 
investigation the complainant and male 
subject advised officer
that there were no threats made and it was 
a misunderstanding.


Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20178221
Date: Thursday, November 16,2017
B&E / Buralary Reported
495 ARCH ST

Complainant: JAMIE BAGLEY

Officer responded to the 400 block of Arch 
St for a burglary report. The victim advised 
that several firearms were taken from his 
residence but then returned several hours 
later. 

Pictures were taken of the items as well as 
points of entry. Several statements were 
obtained and the complainant advised she 
got a phone call about who had taken the 
items. Officer attempted to locate the male 
suspect but his girlfriend advised he left 
town immediately after he returned the 
items. Charges are pending.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178223
Date: Thursday, November 16,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
E PERSHlNG ST / S BROADWAY 


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 200 block of S 
Broadway Ave. During the stop officer did 
smell the scent of marijuana coming from 
the vehicle. A probable cause search did 
yield marijuana paraphernalia. 

The driver was cited for the possession as 
well as for two driving offenses.


Cited: Jacob A Davis
AGE 26
Address: 7900 Mark Rd NE Kensington, OH 
44427
Charges: (MM) Possession of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia
Expired Registration
Brakes Lights Required (2)



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178224
Date: Friday, November 17,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
237 ROSE AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of Rose 
Ave for a dispute. The complainant advised 
she wanted to male to leave her residence 
and he was refusing to do so. The male 
subject stated he would leave if she 
returned his house key. The male subject 
had a key to his residence already on his 
person and was advised to leave. 

Officers cleared the scene after the male 
subject left the property.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Friday, November 17, 2017
08:08 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178218
Date: Thursday, November 16,2017
Reckless Operator
N LUNDY AVE / E THIRD ST


Complainant: KAYLA NAYLOR, 
KENSINGTON, OH

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reckless operator. 
The complainant advised a truck passed 
her in a no passing zone. Officers were 
unable to locate the vehicle.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178217
Date: Thursday, November 16,2017
Accident Private Property
2203 E STATE ST 
SHELL GAS STATION


Unit #1 Operator: Macgranahan M. Ryan, 
ALLIANCE, OH 
Owner PAVEY AL CO INC, NORTH 
CANTON, OH


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a private property 
accident. 

Upon arrival, an employee advised a 
vehicle struck a cement base of a light pole. 
The vehicle did depart the area eastbound 
on E. State St. 

Contact was made with the driver of the 
vehicle and he did confirm striking the 
cement base. The driver further advised he 
did not report the issue because no damage 
was sustained to the pole. Officer gathered 
all pertinent information for the report.



Sgt. K. Toy




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lncident #: 20178216
Date: Thursday, November 16,2017
Theft
366 PENN AVE 10

Complainant: JOHN BRIDGE

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
Penn Ave for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the complainant. The 
complainant stated that he had recently 
moved to the residence and now he is 
unable to locate several items. The 
complainant stated that he believed that the 
persons who helped move him had taken 
the items in question. 

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178215
Date: Thursday, November 16,2017
Debris In Roadway
1500 BLOCK OF SOUTHEAST B

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to debris in the 
roadway. Complainant advised there was a 
traffic cone in the middle of the road. 

Upon arrival, officer found the cone was 
being used due to a large pothole. Salem 
Street Dept. was notified of the issue.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178214
Date: Thursday, November 16,2017
Check Well Being
120 N LINCOLN AVE B
RESTAURANT


Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a older male who seemed 
confused. Officers located the male subject 
and gave him a ride to his residence. The 
male subject appeared to have prolonged 
medical issues and his wife advised she 
would take of the situation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178213
Date: Thursday, ~overnber1 6,2017
Suspicious Person
E PERSHING ST / OHIO AVE


While on patrol officer did observe a female 
who was the subject of a theft investigation 
walking in the 700 block of E Pershing. 
Officer did make contact with the female 
who was taken into custody on the theft 
charge. 

See Report number 20178209 for report.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178212
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Suspicious Person
E PERSHING ST 1 OHIO AVE


Officer was on routine patrol in the area of 
E Pershing St and Ohio Ave and was 
flagged down by a male subject.

The subject stated he was transported to 
Salem ER by an ambulance and needed a 
ride home to Lisbon. The male subject was 
advised of his options and stated he would 
prefer to walk to his residence.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20178210
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
JENNINGS AVE / W SECOND ST

ARA CONNER, ANDREW DAVID 11895 
KLINGER AVE NE ALLIANCE, OH 44601

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with the vehicle in the 200 block of W 
Second St. 

Upon making the stop a male passenger 
did exit the rear of the vehicle and did flee 
on foot. Officer did apprehend the subject 
after a short pursuit. The male was found to 
have an active warrant out of Stark County. 

A search of the male incident to arrest did 
yield a concealed holstered knife and drug 
paraphernalia. 

The male was transported to the Salem 
Police Department for processing and was 
later taken to the Columbiana County Jail. 
The paraphernalia recovered will be sent to 
BCI for further testing.


Arrested: Andrew D Conner
AGE 28
Address: (LKA) 11895 Klinger Ave NE 
Alliance, OH 44601
Charges: Carrying Concealed Weapons 
(CCW)
Obstruction of Official Business
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178209
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Theft
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Officer responded to the 11 00 block of E 
State St for a report of a theft. Officer 
arrived and spoke with store employees 
who stated that a female stole $17.07 in 
merchandise from the store. 

Officer did observe surveillance footage and 
was able to identify the female responsible. 
A warrant for theft was completed for the 
female in question.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178208
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Possible Scam
1065 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: GARY BROWN

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a fraud report over the 
phone. The complainant advised a 
company stating they were from Dish 
wanted to fix a software problem and then 
have the complainant send a check. 

The complainant did not give any personal 
information and called Dish Network 
customer service who advised it was a 
scam



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20178202
Date:Wednesday, November 15,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
139 S BROADWAY AVE 
TRI COUNTY CHURCH OF GOD


Unit # 1 Driver / Juliethdaniella Arango, 
Owner MARlZELA LEON 

Unit # 2 Owner WILLIAM LARSON , 
POLAND, OH


While on patrol officer was flagged down in 
front of City Hall and advised of a motor 
vehicle accident with no injuries. The driver 
of unit # 1 backed into unit # 2 which was 
sitting in a parking space in the 100 block of 
S. Broadway Ave. Unit # 1 then fled before 
stopping just south of E. Pershing St. 

Officer took photos of the damage and 
provided both parties involved with a copy 
of the report number. The driver of unit # 1 
was cited.


Cited: Juliethdaniella Arango
AGE 20
Offense: No OL ORC: 4510.12A1, Improper 
Backing ORC 4511.38A, Leaving Scene of 
An Accident 4549.03



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20178200
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
238 ROSE AVE 


Officers were called to a possible 
trespasser at 238 Rose Ave. Subjects there 
advised a noise was heard in the attic that 
they believed to be a person hiding. Officers 
checked and were unable to locate any one 
in the attic. 

A thermal camera was used from Salem 
FD. Ptl.



Banar901



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Thursday, November 16, 2017
08:58 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178206
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Possible Scam
1005 JENNlNGS AVE

Complainant: JOHN WEINGART

Officer on station took a report of possible 
scams occurring on station and found the 
number was not a working number. Officer 
when calling the requested number found it 
was not a working number also. 

The complainant was advised to not give 
any information out and to ignore the calls. 
Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178205
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
515 PROSPECT ST B 


Officer spoke with humane officer and 
health dept on Prospect St. regarding a sick 
or diseased raccoon.



Ptl.Banar


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lncident #: 20178186
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Assist Salem Fire Dept
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E WlLSON


Officer responded to the intersection of S 
Ellsworth Ave and W Wilson along with 
Salem Fire Department Personnel for a 
report of glass in the roadway. A large 
amount of safety glass was located in the 
northbound lane of S Ellsworth Ave. Officer 
provided traffic control while FD Personnel 
removed the glass from the street.



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178187
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Road Rage


Complainant: JAMES STOCKTON

Officer met with a complainant on station 
who advised of a road rage incident. The 
complainant stated he was traveling west 
on E. State Street in the 1900 block when a 
dark colored Chevy truck approached the 
rear of his Ford truck rapidly. The 
complainant stated the Chevy truck was 
following him very close and acting 
reckless.

The complainant stated that he entered the 
turn lane to go south on S. Union Avenue 
and as the Chevy truck passed him, the 
driver of the truck stuck his hand out the 
window and flipped his passenger side 
mirror forward.

No damage was observed. A license plate 
was provided for the Chevy truck and 
contact was attempted at a phone number 
found for the registered owner. No contact 
was made and a voicemail was left.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178188
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
354 E THIRD ST

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of E 
Third St in regards to a suspicious vehicle. 
Complainant advised that a silver sedan 
had followed her home, while she was 
walking from a local store, and then parked 
across the street with it's lights turned off. 

Officer made contact with the operator of 
the vehicle who denied having followed the 
complainant but, advised that she was 
parking in the parking lot to wait for her son. 
The operator decided to leave the parking 
lot. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178190
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
1700 BLOCK OF PAINTER RD


On 11/14/2017 while working the 1800-
0200 hrs uniformed patrol division shift in 
marked Salem cruiser #6 Ptl. SMITH and 
myself, Ptl. D. MILLER were patrolling the 
Northeast section of the jurisdiction and 
headed West bound on Painter Road when 
we observed a red in color vehicle that 
appeared to be disabled on the 1700 block.

Ptl. SMITH called the vehicle out to 
dispatch and to also notify Perry Township 
of the incident since the vehicle was in 
Perry jurisdiction. Ptl. SMITH and I waited 
until a Perry Township Officer arrived on 
scene and advised the owner of the vehicle 
that he could tow the vehicle with a chain 
back into his driveway since the vehicle's 
front tires were still in the driveway. 

Once Perry Township Officer SANFORD 
(925) arrived on scene the owner of the 
vehicle started to work towards getting the 
vehicle off of the roadway, once it was in the 
driveway all Officers cleared with out 
incident.



Ptl. D. MILLER




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Incident #: 20178192
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
1144 E PERsHlNG ST


Complainant: ROBERT ECHOLS

Officers were dispatched to the 11 00 block 
of E Pershing St in reference to a dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that his girlfriend, 
with whom he lives, was accusing him of 
changing the temperature on the thermostat 
and making her 23 year old son cold. 

Officers also spoke with the female who 
also advised of an argument over the heat. 
Complainant advised that nothing physical 
had occurred. 

Both parties came to an agreement to stay 
away from each other for the remainder of 
the night and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178193
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Ambulance Needed
167 W SEVENTH ST

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
W. Seventh Street for a 911 hang up. 

Officers responded and were advised by 
residents inside a duplex of a male subject 
having a medical issue. Officers made 
contact with the male subject who advised 
he has a preexisting condition and was 
having trouble breathing. 

First Responders and an ambulance 
service responded. The subject was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG Ambulance.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20178194
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
100 W SEVENTH ST


While assisting other officers on 
lnc.#20178193 officer located a capped 
syringe laying on the roadway in the 100 
block of W. 7th St. The syringe was seized 
and transported back to the Salem Police 
Dept. and disposed of.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178195
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Traffic Offense
S LINCOLN AVE / SNYDER RD

Officer on patrol stopped a tan Ford Focus 
in the area of S Lincoln Ave and Snyder Rd 
for a speeding violation.

The driver was cited with Speeding (Salem 
ORD 333.03). Consent to search the 
vehicle was subsequently obtained. A 
search was conducted but, nothing illegal 
was located and officers cleared.


Cited: Madison E. Bieber AGE 25
550 W Chalmers Ave
Youngstown, OH 44511
Charge: Speeding (Salem ORD 333.03)



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20178198
Date: Wednesday, November 15,2017
Ambulance Needed
238 ROSE AVE


Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 200 
block of Rose Ave for a reported medical 
emergency. 

On arrival officers stood by until the female 
in question was transported to the ER. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Wednesday, November 15, 2017
09:15 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178166
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Dog At Large
1900 BLOCK OF SOUTHEAST B


Officers responded to the above location for 
a dog at large, Officers were able to confine 
the dog to a fenced in
yard. 

The Humane Officers was contacted to 
remove the dog.


Ptl. M.Wirkner




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lncident #: 20178167
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Loud Persons
100 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and observed a male subject with a large 
yellow sign advertising the closing of a local 
business. 50% off.

He was standing on the southeast corner of 
Broadway & State St.

Officer talked with the office manager at the 
local business and she advised she did not 
think the owner told him to be yelling at 
people.

Officer talked with the male subject advised 
him to make sure the side walk stayed clear 
along with not blocking the view of traffic in 
the area and he could not be yelling at 
people either driving or walking. He advised 
he understood.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178169
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
385 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: MICHAEL SMYTH

Complainant on station to advise that 
subjects at 395 W. Pershing St. are driving 
through his yard to get to another house. 
This officer responded to the 395 W. 
Pershing St. and spoke to the individuals 
involved and advised them that if this 
continues they will be charged with criminal 
damage and they advised that they 
understood.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20178170
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Harassment
442 E SCHOOL ST

Complainant: SALLEE KENISTON

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of harassment due to an ongoing 
civil matter. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated her ex-boyfriend is 
sending her text messages all hours of the 
day wanting to speak with their daughter. 
The complainant stated that there is a court 
date in a couple of weeks to determine 
custody issues. 

Officers contacted the male subject via 
phone and advised him stop texting the 
complainant until the custody court date. 
The male subject complied without incident.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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lncident #: 20178171
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Speak Officer


Complainant: MAGGIE JACKSON


The complainant responded to this 
department to speak to an officer. She 
advised that she was not happy with the 
medical treatment she received a few 
months prior at a local medical facility. 

The complainant wanted the incident 
documented and advised that she had 
already filed a complaint with the medical 
board.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20178172
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
ROSE AVE / E FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a white colored pick up truck 
parked with in the 30 feet of the stop sign 
and intersection.

Officer advised a male subject who came 
out of the corner house on the northwest 
corner about the complaint and he advised 
he would let his boss know and have it 
moved.

The other vehicle (truck) was back far 
enough.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178173
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Speak To Officer
667 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: ROBYN PARRISH

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the female complainant who was 
up set over her boy friends brother taking 
scrap that supposedly she was given first 
by a female that works there.

The owner of the business was there and 
advised that, he had given the scrap to the 
boy friends brother yesterday, Monday, 11-
13-17.

She advised it was given to her an hour 
ago.

She and her boyfriend had started to take 
the scrap and asked the brother to help. 
The owner advised her to leave his property 
that he owns the business and gave her 
nothing.

The owner advised that those inside taking 
the scrap at this time are the ones allowed 
and she was to get off the property. She left 
headed east bound on Mullins.

Officer talked with her again around the 
tracks and she advised that it wasn't fair 
that the brother was trying to get her child 
taken away from her they needed the scrap.

Officer advised her that the owner wished 
for her not to be on the property and she left 
upset yelling.


Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178174
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: KATIE 

Report of a drive off at the above business. 
Upon arrival, the employee advised that a 
subject in a Red suv pumped $13.19 worth 
of gas and left without paying. 

This officer checked the area and was 
unable to locate the vehicle.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20178175
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Check Well Being


Complainant: PAYPAL, SECURITY

Police responded to the 200 block of E. 3rd 
St for a check well being. The complainant 
stated that they believe a female at that 
residence wanted to harm herself. 

When officers arrived contact was made 
with the female. The female advised 
everything was good and never made 
comments to hurt herself. 

Once officers felt everything appeared 
normal officers cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178176
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Menacing / Threats
821 E STATE ST 
Salem Public Library

Complainant: JENNY CARSON

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found the complainant along with three 
female juveniles, one being her daughter, 
and an adult male and female.

They claimed that another female juveniles 
mother came to the location and made 
threats towards the complainants daughter 
inside the location. 

Officer did talk with an employee working 
inside and she advised that the female 
juveniles were inside when the older female 
came in with two other female juveniles and 
began yelling at the juveniles in the location 
about making threats and going out side.

The employee went and advised that she 
could not come in there and act like that 
and she was requested to leave which she 
did reluctantly.

Officer found that this is over the 
complainants daughter and the other 
mother arriving there going after the 
complainants daughter since some things 
were done at the school.

There has been a complaint done by school 
officials and the are to be looking at the 
video to see who may have put a 
threatening type note in the complainants 
daughters locker. The other mother advised 
that her daughter had received threatening 
texts from the complainants daughter.

The complainants daughter advised she did 
not do that and she does not have the other 
girls number.

Officer advised all that officer would this 
departments juveniles officer(s) look into 
along with the school officials to see if this 
could get settled and for the girls to try and 
stay away from each other the best they 
could.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178177
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Reckless Operator
800 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed the vehicle make a right hand turn 
onto W. 6th St heading west bound from 
Lincoln.

Officer observed the vehicle go into an alley 
north bound from 6th then turn right into a 
drive way and pull into a garage.

Officer advised the female operator of the 
complaint which she denied any wrongful 
driving but did complain about the vehicle 
riding her rear while she was driving the 
speed limit.

All appeared to be fine officer cleared.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178178
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Debris In Roadway
1968 PAINTER RD 


Complainant: JOHN ARSUFFI

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a male subject sitting on a trailer 
and he advised that, leaves and other brush 
were blown over into the ditch line on the 
north side of the road.

He advised the complainant that they were 
waiting for another male to arrive with the 
leaf blower and they would clean out the 
ditch.

He was advised of the complaint and the 
need to have the ditch clean. He advised he 
was doing that and it would be done.



Ptl. French




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lncident #: 20178179
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
TraffIic Signal Malfunction
SOUTHEAST BLVD / E PERSHING

Police responded to the intersection of 
Southeast Blvd and E. Pershing St to check 
the traffic signal. One of the green lights 
was burnt out in the southbound lane. 
Police advised everything else was ok.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178180
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Reckless Operator
N LINCOLN AVE / E TENTH STREET

Police responded to the area of N. Lincoln 
and E. 10th for a reckless driver. Officers 
then responded to Walgreens parking lot for 
that vehicle in the drive thru. 

Officers made contact with the female driver 
who had struck a guard rail in Goshen Twps 
jurisdiction. 

Goshen PD advised they were in route to 
speak with the driver.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178181
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
409 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: AMANDA PEDRO

Officers responded to the above location for 
a dispute over the ownership of a dog. The 
complainant advised that she and her 
boyfriend left their dog at her boyfriend's 
brothers house until they could get and 
apartment. She advised that they now 
would not return the dog. 

Officers spoke to a female at the residence 
and she advised that they had the dog for 
three months and she feels they should not 
have to return it.

 After much discussion, the dog was 
ultimately returned.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178182
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Assist Other Agency
2242 LEXINGTON AVE


Complainant: FLEENOR, PTL

Officer was dispatched to the 2200 block of 
Lexington Ave in order to assist the Fairfield 
Police Department from Fairfield, OH. 

Fairfield PD advised that a package was 
delivered to the above address after having 
been purchased with a stolen credit card 
from their jurisdiction. Fairfield Pd 
requested an officer make contact with the 
resident to gather more information. Officer 
made contact with the resident and the 
gathered information was forwarded to 
Fairfield PD.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178183
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Domestic In Progress
990 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a domestic dispute in progress. 
Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with all parties involved. 

Complainant advised that she was arguing 
with the her mother and her mothers 
boyfriend. The mother advised that the 
complainant , who is her juvenile daughter , 
was acting unruly and disrespectful. 

All parties were given solutions to their 
issues. 

The mother advised that she was leaving 
for work and the complainant was going to 
a friends for the evening.



Ptl LaRosa




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Incident #: 20178184
Date: Tuesday, November 14,2017
Disabled I Stuck MV

Report of a disabled motor vehicle in the 
area of S Ellsworth Ave and the railroad 
tracks. 

Upon arrival, the vehicle had already been 
pushed off the roadway by passersby. 
Officer made contact with the driver who 
advised that she was okay and that her 
husband was on the way. Officer cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178157
Date: Monday, November 13,2017
Civil Matter
922 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: LISA DELP

Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of 
W Pershing St in reference to a civil matter. 
Complainant advised that her son has been 
renting a room from a male in the 900 block 
of W Pershing St. However, complainant 
stated that the male was now wanting her 
son out of the residence without notice. 

Officer responded to spoke with the home 
owner, who was advised that the issue is 
civil in nature and he would need to 
properly evict the complainant's son through 
the courts. After speaking with the subject, 
he advised that he wanted to leave the 
residence and was given a voluntary 
transport to the police department to wait 
for a ride. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178161
Date: Monday, November 13,2017
911 Hang-up Call 
818 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Officers responded to the 800 block of S 
Lundy Ave in reference to a 911 hang up 
call. 

Officer made contact with the home owner 
who advised that no call was made. Officers 
also made contact at a neighbor's residence 
who also denied that a call was made. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178162
Date: Monday, November 13,2017
Ambulance Needed
861 E SIXTH ST


On 11/13/2017 Officers responded to the 
800 block of East Sixth Street in regards to 
a depressed male subject that had mixed 
prescription pills and alcohol. 

Upon arrival Officers stood by and assisted 
FD and Emergency services until the male 
subject was loaded into the back of KLG's 
Ambulance. 

Officers then waited for KLG to clear the 
address for safety and the male subject was 
then transported to Salem Hospital to be 
treated.



Ptl. D. MILLER



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Incident #: 20178163
Date: Monday, November 13,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
649 PROSPECT ST


On 11/13/2017 Officers responded to the 
600 block of Prospect Street in regards to a 
criminal damaging and theft report. 

Upon arrival Officers gathered the victim's 
information and searched the area for any 
further damage and checked with the victim 
to make sure nothing else was missing.



Ptl. D. MILLER



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Incident #: 20178164
Date: Monday, November 13,2017
Ambulance Needed
237 ROSE AVE


Complainant: KRISTEN CHRISTENSEN

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
Rose Avenue for a female having a medical 
issue. Officers responded along with the 
Fire Department and made contact with the 
complainant who needed transported to the 
hospital. Two small children were in the 
residence and officers stood by until the 
complainants grandmother responded to 
the residence to take care of the children.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Tuesday, November 14, 2017
08:40 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178147
Date: Monday, November 13,2017
Accident Private Property
1761 E STATE ST
BURGER KING FOOD


UNIT #1 DRIVER ALlVlA ESTOCK Owner 
ANDREW ESTOCK , ALLIANCE, OH

UNIT #2 Driver/Owner  MELISSA BAKER , 
HANOVERTON, OH 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a private property accident between two 
vehicles. 

Unit #1 was parked in a parking spot. Unit 
#2 was driving in the parking lot, Unit #1 
pulled out of the spot and didn't see Unit #2 
and struck the front passenger side of Unit 
#2. 

Both units had minor damage and were 
driven from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20178148
Date: Monday, November 13,2017
Recovered Property


Complainant: DARLA RAND

Officer responded to this department and 
met with the complainant in the lobby area. 
It was found that the incident is Perry 
Townships and the complainant was 
referred to their department.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178152
Date: Monday, November 13,2017
Menacing By Stalking

Complainant: TARYN GRODHAUS

Complainant on station to advise that while 
working her shift at SRMC a male patient 
began to talk to her and advised that he 
knew a lot about her. Complainant advised 
that she is concerned that he knew so much 
about her and that she did not know him at 
all. Complainant advised that she wanted 
the incident documented and for this officer 
to speak with the male subject. 

This officer spoke with the male subject 
about the incident, he advised that he 
thought he knew her or her family and did 
not mean to cause any problems.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20178155
Date: Monday, November 13,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem 
SOUTHEAST BLVD / EDGEWOOD

Complainant: CCSO, CRYSTAL


Report of a lost juvenile(male, Brown hair) 
in the above area. 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area for 
several minutes and were unable to locate 
the male juvenile.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178133
Date. Sunday, November 12,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
256 E STATE ST 
BB ROONERS


Unit # 1  Driver/Owner JEANNE WILSON , 
LISBON, OH

Unit # 2  Driver/Owner  TAMMY SEEVERS , 
LISBON, OH


Officer responded to the alley behind BB 
Rooners for a motor vehicle accident with 
no injuries reported. 

Unit # 1 was backing out of a parking spot 
as unit # 2 was backing down the alley. 

Unit # 1 hit unit # 2 . Both vehicles were 
driven from the scene. Officer took photos 
of the damage.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20178134
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
346 W WILSON ST B 

Complainant: KAMERON HAWKINS

Officer responded to the Salem PD to 
speak to a complainant. The complainant 
advised officer that he got into a verbal 
dispute with his girlfriends ex. The 
complainant advised officer that nothing 
physical happened. 

Officer advised the complainant to call the 
PD if he has any further issues.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20178135
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem 
625 E SIXTH ST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a juvenile complaint. Complainant advised 
his juvenile son was refusing to go home 
with him. Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
the son and he did go home with his father.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178136
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
346 W WILSON ST


Complainant: ASHLEY BADDELEY

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Wilson St for a juvenile problem. The 
complainant advised her daughter was 
making threats towards her and was 
refusing to calm down. Officers spoke with 
the juvenile and was able to get her to calm 
down for the evening. 

The mother was given her options about 
filing unruly charges through juvenile court.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178138
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Drug Overdose
663 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: SFD, 260 S ELLSWORTH 
AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Officers responded to the above location for 
a possible overdose. Complainant her 
stated her dad is a known user and is not 
acting right. 

Upon arrival, the father was laying in his 
bed coherent but was very lethargic and 
was slurring his speech. The subject stated 
he took suboxen and was snorting xanax. 
The subject stated he did have a 
prescription for the xanax but not the 
suboxen. Drug paraphernalia was located in 
the subject's bedroom in plain view. 

The paraphernalia was collected and 
brought back to this station and placed into 
evidence. The subject was transported to 
Salem ER for evaluation. 

This officer responded to the ER and 
provided the subject a copy of the drug 
overdose paper work.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178139
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Suspicious Person
180 HAWLEY AVE / CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: NICOLE LEE

Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Hawley Ave for a suspicious person report. 
The complainant advised someone had ran 
out of her garage when she let the dog out. 

Officers checked the area but was unable to 
locate the subject with the description 
given.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20178141
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Traffic Offense
462 S LINCOLN AVE


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a 
moving violation in the 400 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. The driver was found to have a 
suspended license and the registered 
owner knew the driver had the vehicle. 

The driver and registered owner were cited 
and released. The vehicle was removed by 
AAA towing with a court hold. Officers 
cleared without incident.


Cited: Harold G. Bell Jr. AGE:54 of 1269 B 
Cedar Ridge Dr. Salem
Charge: DUS


Cited: Laurie E. Bell AGE:61 of 1269 B 
Cedar Ridge Dr. Salem
Charge: Wrongful Entrustment



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20178142
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Theft
1723 E THIRD ST


Complainant: SARAH PAGAN

Officer responded to the 1700 block of E 
Third St for a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised a family member was 
staying at her residence while she was on 
vacation When she returned to the 
residence all of her jewelry was missing 
from her safe. 

Pictures were taken of the safe and other 
evidence was collected from the scene. 

This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178143
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017


Officers did assist the Ohio State Troopers 
on a traffic stop in the 300 block of W 
Pershing. 

K9 Simon did also indicate to the presence 
of narcotic odor and OSP did locate 
contraband in the vehicle. 

Officers did assist until OSP advised they 
were okay.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178145
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
157 S ELLSWORTH AVE 


While on patrol, officer observed a known 
male with an active warrant out of this 
county, walking in the 100 blk of S. 
Ellsworth. Contact was male with the 
subject and the warrant was confirmed. 

The subject was taken into custody, 
transported to this station for the booking 
process and later released to CCSO.


Arrested: Robert J. Mohr
AGE 58
565 Franklin Ave. Apt. F
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant- FTA




Ptl. D. Young



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Monday, November 13, 2017
08:33 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178096
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check

ARA RHODES, CAROLINE 480 W 
PERSHING ST SALEM, OH 44406

Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a warrant arrest. The female 
subject was taken into custody and 
processed and booked. She was then 
released to Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Department.

Arrested: Caroline Rhodes
AGE 20
Address: 480 W Pershing St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Warrant Arrest - Failure to Appear



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178131
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1335 CLEVELAND ST

While officers were on scene in the 1300 
block of Cleveland St. a dispute between 
several subjects occurred.

The dispute was over a civil matter, officers 
stood by until two of the subjects gathered 
their belongings and left the residence.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178130
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Theft
1335 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: MIRANDA MORAR

Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
Cleveland St for a reported theft I person to 
be removed. 

On arrival officers spoke with multiple 
persons involved. The complainant stated 
that the battery had been taken out of her 
boyfriends car without his permission. The 
complainant stated that she believed one of 
the persons who lived in the apt building 
had taken the battery. Officers spoke with 
the persons in question who stated that 
they had not taken the battery. 

Officers advised all the persons involved of 
the options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178129
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Suspicious Object

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about finding a suspicious substance 
inside of his residence.

Officers spoke with the complainant and 
took possession of the item in question and 
will attempt to have it tested.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178127
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Suicide
423 S LUNDY AVE A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
South Lundy for a report of a person who 
wanted to harm themselves.

On arrival officers located the person in 
question sitting inside of there vehicle. After 
speaking with the person officers called for 
First Responders and a ambulance. The 
man was voluntarily transported to the 
Salem ER.

Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20178123
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
SHARP AVE / ARCH ST

Officers responded to the area of Arch 
Street and Sharp Avenue in regards to a 
domestic dispute report. Officers arrived on 
scene and located several subjects 
standing in the front yard of the 800 block of 
Sharp Avenue.

Officers made contact with the male and 
female subject and observed fresh blood 
and several injuries to both parties. It was 
found that the male and female subject 
were married. 

Upon speaking to both parties officers were 
unable to determine who the primary 
aggressor was and both the male and 
female subject were placed in custody for 
Domestic Violence. The male and female 
subject were both directly transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.

Photographs of all the injuries were 
obtained.


Arrested: Megan C Martin
AGE: 27
Address: 777 Sharp Ave. Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (M1)


Arrested: Matthew A Martin
AGE: 30
Address: 777 Sharp Ave. Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (M1)



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178122
Date: Sunday, November 12,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
260 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer on patrol in the 200 block of S 
Ellsworth Ave observed a male and female 
subject yelling at each other.

Officer made contact with the two subjects 
who advised that they were just having an 
argument. Upon speaking to the two 
subjects it was found that they were both 
highly intoxicated and to intoxicated to walk 
home. Officer provided the male and female 
a courtesy transport to their residence in the 
200 block of W Wilson Ave.



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20178121
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Speak To Officer 
366 PENN AVE 10

Officer responded to the 300 block of Penn 
Ave in regards to a male subject who 
wished to speak to an officer.

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
male subject who advised that he was 
having issues with some of the residence at 
the apartment complex. The male subject 
also advised that he was "set up" in moving 
to his new residence. Officer advised the 
male subject he will have to discuss his 
issues with his landlord and his attorney.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178119
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Drug Overdose
247 E FIFTH ST

Officers responded to the 200 block of E 
Fifth in regards to a drug overdose. EMT 
Ambulance and Salem Fire arrived on 
scene and administered narcan to the 
female subject. 

The female subject was the transported to 
the Salem Hospital ER. 

Officer later responded to the Salem ER 
and issued the female subject her drug 
immunity papers.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20178117
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a 
moving violation in the 200 Block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. K9 Simon was deployed during 
the stop and indicated to the presence of 
narcotic odor. 

A large amount of suspected narcotics and 
paraphernalia was recovered from the 
vehicle and the driver and passenger were 
both arrested. 

The vehicle was removed from the roadway 
by Kaiser Towing and both subjects were 
transported on station and processed.

Both were incarcerated in the Columbiana 
County Jail to be held until a bond is set. 
Additional charges pending laboratory 
results.



Arrested: Jeffrey E. Darin AGE:31 of 4940 
Grover Dr. Youngstown Ohio 44512
Charge(s): Possession of drug abuse 
instrm., Possession of drug paraphernalia


Arrested Elizabeth G. Durick AGE:36 of 135 
Main St. Leetonia Oh 44431
Charge: Carrying Concealed Weapons



Ptl. M. Garber 



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Incident #: 20178116
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Traffic Offense
N LINCOLN AVE / FE COPE DR


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 900 block of N 
Lincoln Ave. During the stop the driver did 
consent to a search of the vehicle but 
nothing of significance was located. 

The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the offense.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178115
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Misc / Unknown Problem
1200 BUCKEYE AVE A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 1200 block of 
Buckeye Ave for a report of a security light 
on the school that was going on and off. 
Officer did check the area and found that 
the light appeared to be malfunctioning.


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178114
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Intoxicated Person
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the rear of a business 
in the 11 00 block of E State St. and located 
a subject that was reported to have fallen 
and could not walk. Officers being familiar 
with the subject ensured she had 
assistance home and officers cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178113
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
OVI Arrest
229 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
200 block of N. Ellsworth Ave. for a moving 
violation and found the driver to be 
impaired. 

Officers placed the driver in custody without 
incident and the vehicle owner was 
contacted to recover the vehicle. The driver 
was later charged and released to a sober 
ride. Officers cleared without incident.


Arrested: Andrew H. Bauman AGE:30 of 
950 Canterbury Ln Salem Ohio
Charge: OVI, Marked Lanes CCMC date of 
11-17-17



Ptl. M. Garber 




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lncident #: 20178112
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
641 OLIVE ST A 


Officer responded to Chappell and 
Zimmerman for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle. Officer made contact with several 
subjects who were inside the building. The 
subjects advised officer that they were 
employees and showed officer proof they 
had permission to be in the building.



Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20178111
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017
B&E I Burglary Reported
1357 N LINCOLN AVE

Officer responded to the 1300 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a report of a burglary that 
occurred. 

Officer arrived and did gather the 
information. Various pieces of jewelry were 
taken from the home and the incident is 
under investigation.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20178110
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Accident MV vs Animal
2495 E STATE ST A
ALDl GROCERY


Unit # 1 Driver / RO  TYLER DAVIS , 
LISBON, OH


While on patrol officer checked on a vehicle 
stopped with its four ways on near Aldis 
Grocery. The driver of the vehicle advised 
officer that he had hit a deer. Officer was 
not able to locate the deer. Officer took 
photos of the damage and provided the 
driver of the vehicle with a copy of the 
report number.



PTL J BROOKS



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lncident #: 20178109
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Suspicious Person
1741 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the city limits on 
Newgarden for a report of a suspicious 
person dressed in dark clothing walking in 
the street. Officer did locate the subject on 
St Rt 9 and did advise Perry township of the 
matter. 

Officer did assist Perry Township in 
handling the matter and transported the 
male to a nearby location.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178108
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Accident MV vs Animal
SR 14 /ALLEN RD 


Officer responded to a car versus deer 
crash that was reportedly on Allen Rd. 
Officer arrived and found the crash had 
occurred on SR 14 west of Allen Rd. and 
stood by for Perry Twp. PD to arrive. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20178107
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Domestic In Progress
182 WASHINGTON AVE


Complainant: JEANIE FISHER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a domestic in progress. 
Complainant advised she heard yelling 
coming from her neighbors residence. 

Upon arrival, it was found it was verbal only 
and no physical violence occurred. While on 
scene this officer observed a known female 
with an active warrant out of this county.

The female in question, gave officers false 
information several times delaying the 
investigation. The females I.D. was located 
and the female was taken into custody for 
the warrant along with Obstruction. She 
was transported by this officer to the station 
for the booking process. 

While on station officers located a drug 
paraphernalia in the females purse. Once 
the booking process was finished the 
female was transported to county jail.


Arrested: Amber Lynn Maraldo
AGE 34
LKA- 2649 Newgarden Rd.
Salem Ohio, 44460
Charge- Warrant, Obstruction, Possession 
of Drug Paraphernalia



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178105
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Check Well Being
CONTINENTAL / BENTLEY

Complainant: EMT, AMBULANCE 383 N 
LINCOLN AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Bentley to check the well being of a female. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the female 
who advised she was having a medical 
problem and requested medical assistance. 
The Salem FD and EMT did respond and 
the female was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178100
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Person To Be Removed 
186 S HOWARD AVE


Complainant: TERESA CASSINGER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to an unwanted 
person(s). 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised two 
known subjects were knocking on her door 
and she wanted them to leave. Officers did 
advise both of the complainant's wish and 
they departed without incident.

Sgt. K. Toy 

11/12/17: Officer learned that one of the 
unwanted subjects did provide a false 
name. Charges were done and taken to 
Columbaina County Jail.


Charged: Amber L. Maraldo AGE: 34 of 
2649 New Garden Rd Salem, OH 44460
Obstruction of Official Business


Sgt. K. Toy



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Sunday, November 12, 2017
08:56 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178098
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANTHONY BARONE,  RD 
YOUNGSTOWN, OH


Officer(s) responded to the intersection of 
North Lincoln and East 3rd St for a reported 
two vehicle accident. Unit # 1 had been 
traveling south in the 300 block of N Lincoln 
when the driver stopped for the stop sign at 
the intersection of North Lincoln and East 
3rd St. Unit # 2 had also been traveling 
south in the 300 block of N Lincoln when 
the driver failed to stop for traffic. This 
action caused unit # 2 to strike unit # 1 from 
behind. 

There were no reported injuries and no 
citations were issued. Both vehicles were 
driven from the scene.

Unit # 1 / owner / Anthony Barone
driver / Brittany Barone
vehicle / 2013 Chevy

Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Katherine Oneill
vehicle / 2008 Subaru



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178099
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
283 W THIRTEENTH ST 


Complainant: J DAVID HULL

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
West 13th St for a report of criminal 
damaging / trespass. 

On arrival to the area officers attempted to 
speak with the complainant. The 
complainant was uncooperative and yelling 
at officers as they attempted to speak with 
him. Officers advised the complainant 
multiple times to calm down and he refused. 
The complainant attempted to push past 
officers and was arrested for disorderly 
conduct. 

Officers placed John D Hull in custody for 
Disorderly Conduct. Hull was transported to 
the station were he was processed and 
then transported to the county jail. Officers 
cleared.



Arrested / John D Hull 283 W 13th St., 
Salem, OH
Age 54
Charge / Disorderly Conduct arrest # 171 
305


Ptl R Keister 



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lncident #: 20178102
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017
Fight
256 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 200 block of E. 
State St. for a report of a fight. Upon 
arriving all parties were separated.

Officers were advised that the fight was 
verbal only and nothing physical happened. 
Both parties went there separate ways.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20178100
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Person To Be Removed
186 S HOWARD AVE


Complainant: TERESA CASSINGER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to an unwanted 
person(s). 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised two 
known subjects were knocking on her door 
and she wanted them to leave. Officers did 
advise both of the complainant's wish and 
they departed without inicdent.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178097 
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Identity Theft
781  East 3rd St


Complainant: MICHAEL ODELL

Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
East 3rd St for a report of identity theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone known to him had been able to 
get all of his personnel information and had 
used it without his permission. Officers 
advised the complainant of the options for 
dealing with the situation. Officers cleared.


The information will be sent to the 
Prosecutors Office for review of possible 
charges.


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178095
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Ambulance Needed


Officers and first responders responded to 
the Salem Police Department for a medical 
call. The complainant advised his friend 
was having a slight panic attack. The 
female subject was checked by first 
responders and signed a refusal for medical 
treatment.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178091
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
ROSE AVE / E FOURTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the area of 4th St and 
Rose for a parking complaint. The vehicles 
were parked in a valid parking zone but one 
of them was left side to the curb. Officer did 
make contact with the owner who advised 
that he would move the vehicles.


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178087
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Intoxicated Driver
1761 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officers responded to the 1700 block of E 
State St for a possible intoxicated driver. 
The complainant advised the vehicle had 
turned into a gas station parking lot. 
Officers located the vehicle and made 
contact with the driver.

The driver was administered field sobriety 
and did not appear to be intoxicated. There 
were several unopened beers inside the 
vehicle and he advised he wanted to drink 
during half-time of the football game and re-
enter.

He was advised that he would not be 
permitted to enter the high school football 
game while intoxicated. Officers working the 
football game were advised of the incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178086
Date: Friday. November 10.2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse


Complainant: GLENN MCGEE,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of possible drug 
abuse. 

The complainant advised he picked up his 
juvenile son from his ex's residence and the 
juvenile's clothing smelled like marijuana. 
He stated that he was afraid the female 
subject would cause custodial problems. 

The complainant was advised that if he had 
a mutual agreement with the female subject 
then there should not be any issues and 
that it would be court matter. The 
complainant had already contacted Children 
Services and was advised a report would 
be faxed to their office.




Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178084
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Possible Scam
685 ARCH ST

Complainant: KAREN GALCHICK

Complainant calling to speak with a officer 
about receiving a call that she believed was 
a possible scam.

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20178080
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Speak To Officer
636 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: CHRISTOPHER DAVIS

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that his ex- wife 
who lives in PA told him he is going to drop 
their kid off at his house and that he is not 
sure what to do. 

Officer advised the complainant to contact 
the court for any advise.



Ptl. J. Brooks



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Saturday, November 11, 2017
08:21 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178081
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
565 FRANKLIN AVE B

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin for a reported domestic dispute. On 
arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. 

It was determined to be a verbal dispute 
over family matters. Officers advised both 
persons of the options for dealing with the 
situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20178082
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Structure Fire
554 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 500 
block of Franklin for a reported structure 
fire. On arrival officer sstood by for traffic 
control while the FD extinguished the fire. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178079
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Severe Weather Damage
824 E STATE ST 

Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
State St for a report of some sort of sign at 
the front of a building that was hanging over 
top of the sidewalk. 

Officer arrived and observed that a large 
wooden sign was hanging over the side of a 
stone wall, supported only by the base of 
the sign (which was caught on the inner 
edge of the wall), and posing a hazard to 
anyone walking along the sidewalk below. 
The sign appeared to have been blown over 
the top of the wall by strong winds and had 
some minor scrapes on the frame. 

Officer was able to lift the sign back over 
the ledge of the wall and place it back in an 
upright position. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20178078
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Suspicious Activity
837 BARCLAY AVE

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Barclay Avenue for a report of suspicious 
activity. Officers were advised that a subject 
was observed digging behind a shed at 
2:25AM. Officers responded and did not 
locate any persons. Nothing criminal was 
observed behind the shed or around the 
area.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20178077
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Curfew Violation
PARK AVE / RIDGEWOOD DR 
PUBLIC TRANSIT VEHICLE


Officers responded to a report of a 
suspicious vehicle on Morris Ave and 
observed a vehicle eastbound on Maple St 
toward Park Ave that was similar in 
description. Officer caught up to vehicle 
after it had turned South onto Park Ave and 
then West onto Ridgewood, at which time a 
traffic stop was initiated. 

Officer identified all three occupants as 
juveniles. 

They were placed in custody for curfew 
violation, escorted to the Police Department 
and subsequently released to each of their 
respective parents. They were advised they 
would be notified of a time and date to 
appear for a hearing with the Salem PD 
Juvenile Officer.


(3) Juveniles arrested for Curfew Violation



 Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178076
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
863 MORRIS AVE


Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Morris Ave for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle that had pulled into the driveway of 
a residence and turned the lights out. The 
caller advised that nobody exited the 
vehicle, and it was currently leaving the 
area away from Centennial Park. 

This officer was near the area and observed 
a vehicle eastbound on maple St, however 
it was subsequently stopped and affirmed 
not to be the vehicle in question.

Officers had checked the surrounding area 
and did not locate anyone. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178075
Date: Friday, November 10,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1271 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 1200 block 
of Cleveland St in reference to a suspicious 
vehicle. 

Complainant advised of a sedan that was 
sitting stationary in the parking lot of Salem 
City School Administration building with the 
head lights on. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
two juvenile males inside. They advised that 
they were staying at a friends residence 
and were waiting for that friend's girlfriend 
to leave the before they went back inside. 
The city's curfew ordinance was explained 
to both juveniles and they were advised to 
go inside for the night. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochra



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Incident #: 20178074
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1417 ORCHARD AVE 

Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant on a female at the above address. 
Officers spoke with the current resident who 
advised that the female longer lives at the 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178073
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Check Well Being
418 COLUMBIA ST


Complainant: TIMOTHY LEWIS

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Columbia St in order to check the well being 
of a male subject.

Dispatch advised that complainant 
contacted the police department to advise 
that the subject posted on social media that 
he was going to commit suicide. Officers 
responded and spoke with several family 
members who advised that the subject no 
longer lives at the residence but, now lives 
in the 11 00 block of W Perry St in Perry 
Township. 

Perry Township PD was advised of the 
incident and responded to W Perry St, 
along with several family members. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178072
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Traffic Signal Malfunction
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING 

Officers responded to the intersection of S 
Lincoln Ave and E Pershing St for a report 
of a possible traffic signal malfunction. 
Officers monitored the signal through four 
cycles of traffic and observed no problems 
as long as traffic stopped at the stop marker 
lines. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178070
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Intoxicated Person
253 VINE AVE 


On 11/9/2017 Officers responded to the 200 
block of Vine Ave in regards to a male 
passed out on the sidewalk.

Upon arrival Officers made contact with 
said male out in the middle of the roadway 
of Vine Ave. The male later identifed as 
ESTEBAN BATEN VELASQUEL, was 
laying down on his back and unaware of 
what was going on around him. 

When Officers approached, BATEN 
VELASQUEL could not stand up on his own 
and needed help.

BATEN VELASQUEL had an odor of an 
alchoholic beverage coming from his 
person and his eyes were bloodshot. 
BATEN VELASQUEL could not provide 
Officers with a name or number, but did 
state his address.

Due to BATEN VELASQUEL not being able 
to provide Officers with any information and 
because he posed a clear risk to himself by 
laying out in the middle of the roadway, 
BATEN VELASQUEL was placed into 
custody and arrested for disorderly conduct.


Arrestee: ESTEBAN BATEN VELASQUEL
AGE 26
Address: 254 Rose Ave. Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (M4)



Ptl. D. Miller



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Incident #: 20178069
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Assist Other Agency
208 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: ADULT SERVICES, PATTY

Police responded to the 200 block of 
Jennings Ave to assist Adult Protective 
Services. Officers stood by while APS 
conducted an investigation with subjects at 
the residence. Once the investigation was 
finished officers cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Friday, November 10, 2017
08:52 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178060
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E FOURTH ST 


CITED: ROBERT M. HALL 911 FRANKLIN 
SALEM, OH 44460

UNIT#l DRIVER ROBERT M. HALL Owner 
ROBERT HALL, 2016 GMC 

UNIT# 2 DRIVER KENNETH WOERTHER 
Owner Kenneth Woerther , 2015 FORD 
FOCUS RED

Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit #wI as traveling 
eastbound on 4th Street stopped at the stop 
sign. Unit #2 was traveling northbound on 
North Ellsworth Ave. Unit #1 failed to yield 
to the stop sign and struck Unit #2. 

Unit #2 was towed from the scene by 
Sinsley's Towing. 

The driver of Unit #1 was issued a citation 
for failure to yield a stop sign.

Citation:
Robert M. Hall
Failure to Yield Stop Sign 331.19



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178065
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
605 S ELLSWORTH AVE A
AMERICAN STANDARD


Unit#l Driver/Owner REX STEPHEN, 
FREDERICKTOWN, OH, 2002 CHEV SW 
RED

Unit#2 Driver DAELA AUSTRINO, 
LEETONIA, OH, Owner LAURIE FALL , 
2007 CHEV 2s

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT


The driver of Unit#l was legally parked on 
S. Ellsworth along the above business 
when he attempted to pull out of his parking 
space and struck the right rear of Unit#2. 

Unit# 2 was traveling south on S. Ellsworth 
Ave. in the 600 block when Unit#l attempted 
to pull out of his parking space and struck 
the right rear of her vehicle. 

Moderate damage was observed to the rear 
of Unit#2 and minor damage was observed 
to Unit#l.




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178051
Date: Wednesday, November 8,2017
Accident Private Property
855 W STATE ST
DUNKIN DONUTS (WEST)


Unit #2, parked / unoccupied, Owner 
WILLIAM ANDREA , 2016 HOND CIVIC 4s 
BLK


Unit #1, DRI: Katlyn Colegrove, 
CLEVELAND, OH, Owner ENTERPRISE 
RENTAL, 2017 FORD FUSION NC SILV


Unit 2 had been legally parked 
(unoccupied) facing South in a marked 
parking space in front of the business at 
855 W State St. Unit 1 had been parked 
facing West in an adjacent marked parking 
space. 

Unit 1 backed out of the parking space from 
West to South, and the passenger rear 
corner of Unit 1 struck the passenger side 
rear quarter panel/back door of Unit 2. 

Both units sustained minor cosmetic 
damage from the collision. 

The owner of Unit 2 and a witness observed 
the collision from inside the business at 855 
W State St. The driver of Unit 1 and owner 
of Unit 2 exchanged information and the 
driver of Unit 1 had departed prior to officer 
arriving on scene.

Officer subsequently contacted the driver of 
Unit 1 by telephone and gathered additional 
information to complete the report. Local 
Report Only. 

Photos of damage to Unit 2 taken at the 
scene. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20178057
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
930 PROSPECT ST REAR


Complainant: TERRY TILLEY

Report of criminal damage at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
the previous tenant had destroyed the 
apartment. Complainant advised that they 
put several holes in the walls, doors, sliding 
glass door and destroyed carpet. 

Complainant advised that they left the 
apartment without notifying him or telling 
him where she moved to. 

Complainant was advised of his options.



Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20178058
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Abandoned / Junk MV
W SCHOOL ST / E FIFTH ST


Officer Responded to the above location 
and observed a black colored vehicle 
bearing Ohio registration, HDAI 109 sitting 
on the west side of the road way facing 
south. The vehicle had blocks behind it's 
rear wheels.

Officer issued a red warning tag for violation 
of City ordinance 303.09 Illegally Parked 
Vehicle on Street/Roadway.

It was parked across from 520 W. School.

Officer left a note on the red warning of 
possible pink ticket and tow within 48hrs if 
not moved.




Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178059
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Complainant: BRADLEY 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a gas drive off, Officers checked the area 
and were unable to locate the vehicle.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20178062
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Pink Ticket / Red Warning Issued 
500 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH


Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
a black colored Dodge Ram truck parked on 
the roadway where there was no parking.

The vehicle bearing Pennsylvania 
registration, ZKF1771 was parked in front of 
572 N. Ellsworth.

Officer issued pink ticket # 3483 to the 
vehicle for violation of No Parking Zone #1.




Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178063
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Public Assist
165 W FOURTH ST


Complainant: LINDA FULLUM

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the female complainant who had a 
court order to retrieve property that was 
hers and an officer was to be there and 
stand by while she gets the items.

Officer stood by and there were no problem 
with those there.

She may need to go back and get other 
items at a later date.

No problems and after she advised she had 
what she came for, officer cleared.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178066
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
148 PENN AVE


Complainant: EMILY ELLSWORTH

Police responded to the 100 block of Penn 
Ave for criminal damage. Police spoke with 
the complainant who advised a window on 
the building was cracked. The complainant 
believes the window appears to have been 
hit with an object. 

Police obtained photos and information.


Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178068
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Civil Matter 
944 E THIRD ST


Complainant: ELIZABETH SCOTT

The complainant responded to this 
department to report that she and her 
husband split up a few weeks ago and she 
moved out. She advised that he will now not 
return some of her property. 

She was advised that the complaint is civil, 
but officer assisted her and contacted her 
husband via public service. Ultimately both 
parties came to an agreement and the 
complainant responded to the residence 
and retrieved her property.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178052
Date: Wednesday, November 8,2017
Domestic In Proaress
284 E THIRD ST


Complainant: TARA HULICK


Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
E. Third Street for a domestic fight in 
progress. Officers responded, but no 
contact could be made at the address. 
Officers were then advised the complainant 
/ victim was located in the 600 block of W. 
State Street. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
the complainant who stated that her 
boyfriend came home intoxicated and they 
began to argue. The complainant stated 
that her boyfriend was throwing things 
around the house, pushed one juvenile 
male against a wall, made her and three 
juveniles sit in a corner with blanket over 
them, threw beer on all of them and made 
threats that they would not live through the 
night. 

The complainant advised she was in fear 
for herself and the children. 

The male subject was located in the 200 
block of E. Third Street and he was found to 
be highly intoxicated. The subject denied 
the allegations against him. The male 
subject was subsequently arrested for 
Domestic Violence, threat to cause harm, 
and transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested: Robert J. Daugherty 284 E. Third 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (AGE 25)



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178054
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Animal Complaint
428 E SCHOOL ST


Complainant: RICHARD MASTERSON

Complainant on station to report that he had 
lost his dog earlier in the evening. 
Complainant advised that someone on 
social media had advised that the dog was 
found and taken to the police department. 

Officer advised complainant that the dog 
was brought to the PD but, was handed 
over to the city's humane officer. He was 
advised to contact her in regards to the dog.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178055
Date: Thursday, November 9,2017
Suspicious Activity
996 W PERRY ST 202


Complainant: ELLEN SOX

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to suspicious activity. 
Complainant advised that someone had 
knocked on her bedroom window multiple 
times while she was sleeping. 

Officer checked the area but, was unable to 
locate any signs of anyone in the area. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Thursday, November 09, 2017
08:29 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178050
Date: Wednesday, November 8,2017
Unruly / Delinquent
434 W STATE ST

Complainant: DEBORAH McMILLEN

Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
W State St in reference to an unruly 
juvenile. Complainant advised that her 
grandson, with whom she has custody, 
became irate when she was correcting him. 

Officer spoke with the juvenile and advised 
him of the laws regarding his behavior. 

Complainant was advised of her options for 
handling the situation. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178046
Date: Wednesday, November 8,2017
Stolen Vehicle
189 E THIRD ST


Police responded to the 100 block of E. 3rd 
St for a stolen vehicle. 

Police spoke with the victim and gathered 
the needed information. 

During the investigation the complainant 
contacted Police advising it had been 
repoed.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178031
Date: Tuesday, November 7,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
239 W STATE ST


ARA SCOTT, ERIC GEORGE 294 
JACKSONVILLE RD BELLEFONTE, PA 
16823

Officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop on 
a vehicle in the 200 block of W State St. for 
a registration violation.

K9 Simon was deployed and indicated to 
the presence of narcotic odor. Contraband 
was recovered from the vehicle and the 
driver was cited. 

Officers cleared without incident.


Cited: Eric G. Scott , age 32, of 294 
Jacksonville Rd. Bellefonte Pa
Charge: Expired registration, MM 
Possession of Marijuana CCMC date of 11-
13-17



Ptl. M. Garber 




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Incident #: 20178032
Date: Tuesday, November 7,2017
Identity Theft
1372 S LINCOLN AVE 3

Complainant: Kyra Murphy, Kyra

Complainant on station to report a possible 
identity theft or unauthorized opened 
account by her ex husband.

This may have happened in Akron, Ohio, or 
other city than Salem. Complainant advised 
officer that she received a letter / notice 
from a Credit collection service recently that 
claimed she owed over sixty dollars towards 
a car insurance bill that wasn't paid. She 
advised officer that in her court papers from 
Mahoning County, that he was to pay this 
towards the settlement and their 
arrangements. 

The credit agency requested the 
complainant to file a police report on said 
matter. 


Ptl.Banar



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lncident #: 20178035
Date: Tuesday, November 7,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a traffic violation. 
During the stop the K9 officer did deploy K9 
for an open air sniff of the vehicle. A 
probable cause search did yield suspected 
contraband. 

The item was seized and will be sent to BCI 
for further testing. The driver was given a 
written warning for the traffic offense.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20178036
Date: Tuesday, November 7,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2401 E STATE ST A
GROCERY

Complainant: GIANT EAGLE

Officer responded to the above location for 
a possible shoplifter. Complainant advised 
the males subjects had left the store prior to 
officers arrival. 

Upon arrival, complainant was given a 
report number and advised to contact this 
station if they were able to figure out what 
was taken.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178039
Date: Tuesday, November 7,2017
Traffic Offense
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILROAD

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for an equipment 
violation. During the stop the K9 officer did 
deploy K9 Simon and Simon did alert to 
narcotic odor. 

Nothing of significance was located in the 
vehicle and the driver was given a verbal 
warning for the offense.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178040
Date: Tuesday, November 7,2017
At Location / On Foot


While on patrol, officers observed a male 
subject who appeared to be stumbling. 
Contact was made and the subject was 
advised to go back to his friends residence 
and not return outside for the remainder of 
the evening.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178041
Date: Tuesday, November 7,2017
Suspicious Activity
33O VlNE AVE 2 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a suspicious activity report. Complainant 
advised that they heard two subjects talking 
in the hallway about narcotic. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
two subjects in question. No narcotics 
where located. After the subjects were 
checked for warrants, they were advised to 
leave the area.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178044
Date: Wednesday, November 8,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART


Complainant: COWLES, ALEXIS

UNIT # 1 Driver/Owner  LARRY 
GARLOUGH

UNIT# 2 Driver/Owner  ALEXIS COWLES

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a two vehicle private property 
accident. Unit #1 was backing out of a 
parking spot and struck Unit #2 which was 
attempting to park. 

Both vehicles had minor damage and were 
driven from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178045
Date: Wednesday, November 8,2017
Speak To Officer
813 BARCLAY AVE


Complainant: ROSEMARY MAXCY

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she rented her basement out to a female for 
the past ten months. She advised that the 
female moved a boyfriend in approximately 
8 months ago, but he moved out a couple of 
days ago (11-06-17). 

The complainant advised that she does not 
want the male individual to move back in 
and was requesting information. She was 
explained the eviction process, but also 
advised that since he voluntarily moved out, 
the eviction process should not be needed.



Sgt. D. Green



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Wednesday, November 08, 2017
08:53 AM -0500

Incident # 20178020
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Accident With Injury
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST


Unit #1, Driver: Owner,  ROBERT 
MELLOTT 

Unit #2, Driver: Kiarra Keller,  Owner 
AINDREA KELLER 


Officers responded to the intersection of W 
Wilson St and Sharp Ave for a vehicle 
accident with possible injuries.

Unit #1 was headed northbound on Sharp 
Ave. Unit #2 was stopped at the stop sign 
on W Wilson Ave headed eastbound. Unit 
#2 pulled in front of Unit #1 and the front 
end of Unit #1 struck the passenger side of 
Unit #2. 

First responders and EMS were called to 
the scene. The driver and passenger of Unit 
#2 were transported to Salem Regional 
Medical Center by EMT for possible injuries. 

The driver of Unit #1 and the back 
passenger's mother of Unit #2 signed a 
medical waiver and refused treatment. 

Both vehicles were towed from the scene 
and pictures were taken of the damage. 

The driver of Unit #2 was issued a citation.


Cited: Kiarra Keller
Address: 11490 W South Range Rd, Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Charge: Failure to Yield at Stop Sign city 
ordinance 331.19



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178032
Date: Tuesday, November 7,2017
Identity Theft
1372 S LINCOLN AVE 3


Complainant: Kyra Murphy

Complainant on station to report a possible 
identity theft or unauthorized opened 
account by her ex husband.

This may have happened in Akron, Ohio, or 
other city than Salem. Complainant advised 
officer that she received a letter / notice 
from a Credit collection service recently that 
claimed she owed over sixty dollars towards 
a car insurance bill that wasn't paid. She 
advised officer that in her court papers from 
Mahoning County, that he was to pay this 
towards the settlement and their 
arrangements. The credit agency requested 
the complainant to file a police report on 
said matter. 


Ptl.Banar



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Incident #: 20178029
Date: Tuesday, November 7,2017
Dog At Large
HAWLEY AVE / E FIFTH ST


Officer on patrol observed two dogs walking 
in the roadway in the area of Hawley Ave 
and E Fifth St. Officer was not able to 
retrieve the dogs but had dispatch contact 
the owners of the dogs to respond. The 
owner arrived on scene and was able to get 
them into their vehicle.


Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178028
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Intoxicated Person
1125 E STATE ST
G AS STATION

Complainant: ELIZABETH WHITTEN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an intoxicated subject. 
Complainant also advised the same subject 
was at the store earlier in the day and 
almost struck a subject with his vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the subject 
in question along with another male and 
female. The subject in question denied 
driving the vehicle to the location. This 
officer spoke with the female who did 
advised that the subject did in fact drive the 
vehicle to the store and she was a rear 
passenger of the vehicle. 

The male subject in question was taken into 
custody for Obstruction. After running the 
vehicle in question plates, the plated were 
confiscated per request of the BMV. The 
subject was transported to this station for 
the booking process and later transported 
to county jail by this officers.


Arrested: Zachary C. Willis
LKA 100 School St.
Washingtonville Ohio 44490
Charge- Obstruction



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178026
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Speak To Officer
1374 S LINCOLN AVE 4

Complainant: BRAD CUTCHALL

Officer responded to the above location and 
spoke with the complainant who advised he 
had some information on a subject with a 
possible warrant. 

The information was collected and the 
subject was advised to contact this station if 
he saw the subject again.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178025
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Traffic Offense 
FRANKLIN AVE / WASHINGTON ST

Officer initiated a traffic stop on Franklin 
Ave near Washington Ave with a white 
vehicle. The driver of the vehicle gave 
officers verbal consent to search the 
vehicle. 

Officers checked the vehicle but nothing 
was located. The driver of the vehicle was 
given a verbal warning for a moving 
violation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178024
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
1100 BLOCK OF E SIXTH


ARA Hamilton, Damien N 644 North 
Ellsworth Salem, OH 44460

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle in the 1100 block of E Sixth 
St. During the stop the K9 officer did deploy 
K9 Simon and Simon did indicate to 
narcotic odor. 

A passenger of the vehicle was found to be 
in possession of marijuana and was issued 
a citation. The driver was given a verbal 
warning for the offense.


Cited: Damien N Hamilton
Address: 644 N Ellsworth Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: (MM) Possession of Marijuana



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178021
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1376 S LINCOLN AVE 5 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
resident, who did give consent to search the 
residence. A search was conducted and the 
subject in question was not located.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178016
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment


Complainant: NATALIE LANDSBERGER

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that her juvenile 
daughter received inappropriate messages 
from her friend that he got sent to him. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178014
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Accident No lniury Reported
1290 E STATE ST A


Unit # 1  Driver/ Juvenile Offender, Owner/ 
JAMES MURRAY

Unit # 2  Driver / RO Owner TAMMY HlNER 


Officer responded to the area of N.Union. 
Ave. and E. State. St. for a motor vehicle 
accident with no injuries reported. The 
driver of unit # 1 failed to stop before hitting 
the rear of unit # 2. 

Both vehicles were driven from the scene. 

The driver of unit # 1 was cited.


Cited: 
Offense: ACDA ORD 333.03 A, Juvenile 
Offender ORC 2152.021



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Tuesday, November 07, 2017
09:50 AM -0500




Incident #: 20178004
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
584 AETNA ST

OWN SAMANTHA SMITH


Hit Skip accident 

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
Aetna for a reported hit skip accident. (there 
had also been a accident involving the 
same vehicle report # 20178003) 

Unit # 1 had been legally parked and 
unoccupied in the 500 block of Aetna St 
when it was struck from behind by unit # 2. 
Unit # 2 then fled the scene. 

Unit # 1 sustained damage to rear bumper 
area.

Unit # 1 / owner / Samantha Smith
vehicle /2004 Pontiac


Unit # 2 / unknown



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178003
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Accident With Injury
584 AETNA ST




Two Vehicle Accident wllnjuries 

Unit #2 was legally parked facing 
westbound in the 500 block of Aetna St. 
Unit #1 was traveling eastbound in the 500 
block of Aetna St and failed to maintain 
control of his vehicle. Subsequently, unit #1, 
Driver: JOSHUA UNGER, did cross the 
centerline and strike the front of unit #2.


Unit #2 Owner: SAMANTHA SMITH, 2004 
Pontiac Grand Am 

Unit #1, Driver: JOSHUA UNGER Cited: 
Reasonable Control 4511.202




Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20178015
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Traffic Offense
780 W STATE ST 


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a 
moving violation on W. State St. in the 700 
block.

 Officer found the driver to be suspended 
and a search of the vehicle reveled 
contraband.

 Officer cited the driver, a licensed driver 
responded to recover the vehicle and 
officers cleared without incident.


Cited: Zachary M. Shasteen  of 404 Line St. 
Minerva Oh
Charge: Speed 45/25, DUS-LF CCMC date 
of 11-9-17



Ptl. M. Garber 



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lncident #: 20178012
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
961 FRANKLIN AVE

Officer moved a downed phone line from a 
private drive on Franklin Ave. Salem FD cut 
the line to avoid further problems / hazards 
with it. 

Line came from 952 Franklin when a truck 
and trailer pulled it down while doing 
contractor work there. 


Banar 901



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lncident #: 20178005
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
School Bus Violation
E SCHOOL ST / E FIFTH ST

On Monday, November 6, 2017, the Salem 
Police Dept. received a fax about an 
alleged school bus red lights violation from 
the Salem Bus Garage. Form was partially 
filled out with no written statement or other 
information sent. Original fax stapled to this 
original report. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20178006
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Harassment
491 REILLY AVE A

Complainant: KRISTIN SEVERS

Officer spoke with the complainant on 
station in reference to her juvenile son 
being harassed on the school bus.

Complainant states that 2 juvenile subjects 
are harassing her son and would like to 
know what can be done about it. 
Complainant was explained her options and 
that this matter will also be turned over to 
the juvenile officer.



Ptl LaRosa




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Incident #: 20178007
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
550 E SEVENTH ST


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to lines down. Officer 
cleared when Salem FD advised nothing 
further was needed.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178008
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
l75 ELM AVE

Officer responded to the area of Elm Ave. 
and W. State St. for a reported criminal 
damaging. Officer arrived and located the 
damage that was photographed. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178010
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported drive off. 
Complainant provided a description but 
officers were unable to locate. 

Upon arriving, the clerk stated an unknown 
person departed the area without rendering 
payment for $31.00 worth of fuel from pump 
#4.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178011
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
SUS- Suspicious Person
1680 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to a suspicious person 
call at the above business. 

Upon arrival a male there advised us that a 
female he knew told him of a suspicious 
person that had left 15 min prior to our 
arrival. Nothing illegal was observed and 
officers also spoke with clerks. They 
advised a male was there four days ago 
and caused a small problem and was told 
not to come back. Unknown if it was the 
same person. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20178013
Date: Monday, November 6,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem

Complainant: DAVIS, DET B 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 

I received information regarding the well 
being of a juvenile. The report was provided 
to Columbiana County Children Services for 
investigation.



Detective Brad Davis



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Incident #: 20177982
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
584 E SIXTH ST 

Complainant: HARLEY WINN
Complainant: NATHAN WINN

Upon arrival, the complainants advised that 
a male individual that resides at their 
residence started an altercation last night 
and ultimately was arrested for domestic 
violence. They reported that they were not 
at their residence last night when it 
happened. When they returned home today, 
they discovered that the individual damaged 
their back door, entry door, kitchen table 
and chair, resulting from the altercation. 

They also reported damage to their back 
yard fence, which by the tire tracks, 
someone backed into.

See Report # 20177973



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177983
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Unruly / Delinquent
625 E SIXTH ST


Police responded to the 600 block of E. 6th 
St for a juvenile complaint. The male 
juvenile was a runaway from the previous 
night and had returned home. 

Officers spoke with the juvenile and he was 
given his options on the situation.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20177984
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
625 E SIXTH ST 

Police responded back to the 600 block of 
E. 6th St for a continued juvenile problem 
(#20177967 and #20177983). The male 
juvenile was refusing to leave the residence 
with his father. 

Officers spoke with the juvenile regarding 
the situation advising him he has no choice 
as a juvenile. Officers advised the parents 
of the procedure to file for the disorderly 
conduct of the juvenile.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20177985
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Domestic In Progress
490 E EUCLlD ST


Police responded to the 400 block of E. 
Euclid St for a possibly domestic. When 
officers arrived several individuals in the 
residence were involved in a verbal dispute. 

After speaking with all subjects everyone 
advised nothing physical had occurred. At 
that time some of the subjects left the 
residence on their own. Officers cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20177986
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Ambulance Needed
965 S LUNDY AVE


Officers cleared a prior call and observed 
one of the females involved apparently 
suffering from a possible medical condition. 
Contact was made with her and she 
confirmed she wanted medical attention. 
The Salem FD first responders and EMT 
ambulance arrived and the female was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20177987
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
362 N LUNDY AVE


On 11/5/2017 while working the uniformed 
patrol division from 1800-0200 Hours in 
marked cruiser #6 Ptl. SMITH and myself, 
Ptl. D. MILLER, were dispatched to the 300 
block of N. Lundy for a load music 
complaint.

Upon arrival Officers spoke to the property 
owner where the music was coming from 
and advised them of the complaint. Once 
the homeowners understood both Officers 
cleared.



-Ptl. D. MILLER



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Incident #: 20177988
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Theft 
470 E PERRY ST

Complainant: JOSHUA DAVIS

On 11/5/2017 while working the uniformed 
patrol division from 1800-0200 Hours in 
marked cruiser #6 Ptl. SMITH and myself, 
Ptl. D. MILLER, were dispatched to the 400 
block of East Perry Street in regards to a 
license plate theft report. 

Upon arrival both Officers spoke with the 
victim in regards to where and how the 
plates went missing. Once Officers 
gathered all of the information needed the 
victim was advised that a report would be 
made. At that point both Officers cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D. MILLER



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lncident #: 20177991
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
760 PROSPECT ST

Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Prospect St along with Salem FD personnel 
for a report of limbs and lines down in the 
roadway. Officer stood by at Prospect and 
Granite for traffic control until City Traffic 
and Safety arrived with barricades to block 
the street. Salem FD remained on scene 
due to a live power line draped across the 
roadway and within reach of pedestrians. 
Salem FD subsequently had to depart for a 
mutual aid call and officers returned to 
stand by until Salem FD returned later in 
the night. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177993
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
STEWART AVE

Officer responded to the 300 block of 
Stewart Ave where the City Traffic and 
Safety division had located a tree down 
across the roadway. 

Barricades had been erected on both side 
of the tree and dispatch notified the street 
department for removal. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177994
Date. Sunday, November 5,2017
Assist Salem Fire Dept
354 E THIRD ST

Officers responded to 354 E. Third St. to 
assist the Salem Fire Dept. with a 
residential lock out. 

Upon arrival, officers confirmed the subject 
on scene was the resident of the apartment 
the fire dept. was called to gain access to. 
Officers cleared after the fire dept. gained 
entry.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177995
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
247 E FIFTH ST

Officers responded to 247 East Fifth Street 
in regards to an unruly juvenile. 

Upon arrival Officers spoke with the mother 
in regards to what the issue was with the 
juvenile in question. The mother stated that 
her daughter was being very verbally 
aggressive with her in regards to a cell 
phone the daughter had received from her 
father that day. The mother continued to 
state that she wanted to take the phone off 
the daughter because she was grounded. 
Officers advised the mother that she is the 
parent and can take the phone away if she 
wished to.

Before Officers cleared they spoke with the 
juvenile in question and advised her that 
her mother is in charge while she lives with 
her. When everyone involved understood 
both Officers then cleared.



-Ptl. D. MILLER




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Incident #: 20177996
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Assault
195 SHARP AVE 1/2


Complainant: TERRA BEST, STATE 
ROUTE 534 SALEM, OH 44460

Officer met with a female complainant on 
station who advised she wished to file an 
assault report. The complainant stated that 
she went with her boyfriend to the 100 block 
of Sharp Avenue to drop off his children at 
their mothers house. The complainant 
advised that after the children went in the 
house the mother came out of the house 
and punched her in the left eye and a fight 
between the two started. A mark was 
observed on the left eye of the complainant 
and a photograph was obtained. 

Written statements were obtained. 

The complainant advised she did not wish 
to press charges, but just wanted the 
incident documented.

Officer was later called to the 100 block of 
Sharp Avenue to speak with the other 
female involved. Officer was advised by the 
female subject of the incident with the 
complainant. The subject further stated that 
she was assaulted by her ex-boyfriend and 
father of her children. 

Photographs were obtained of the females 
injuries and a written statement was 
obtained. Officer advised that the report 
would be sent to the prosecutors office for a 
review of charges.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20177997
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Check Well Being
465 HAWLEY AVE


On 11/5/2017 while working the uniformed 
patrol divsion from 1800-0200 Hour shift in 
marked Salem Unit #6 Ptl. SMITH and 
myself, Ptl. D. MILLER, were met by a male 
subject at the police dept. in regards to a 
welfare check on his brother who resides in 
the 400 block of Hawley Ave. 

The male subject later identified as one 
GARY L. CARR then stated that his brother 
did not respond to his phone calls and 
wanted an Officer to stand by while he tried 
to make contact with his brother. 

Upon arrival at the address on Hawley Ave. 
Officers were able to make entery into the 
househould and found Mr. Carr's brother 
had fell and needed medical attention. 

Officers then stood by and waited for Salem 
FD and KLG to arrive. KLG later 
transported the brother to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for treatment. 
Officers made sure that the house was 
locked and secured from ground level and 
then cleared.



Ptl. D. Miller



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Monday, November 06, 2017
06:47 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177963
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
FRANKLIN AVE / SOUTHEAST BLVD


Unit 1: Owner Driver: MELANIE K. HlNER 

Unit #2 Driver: Paul Thomas Jr.  Owner 
ELLEN BACH 


On 11/4/2017 Officers responded to the 
intersection of Franklin Ave. and SE Blvd. in 
regards to a two (2) car crash involving the 
intersection with negative injuries. 

Ptl. COCHRAN and myself Ptl. D. MILLER 
responded and observed the first vehicle to 
be a black in color Dodge Journey bearing 
OH: EQW6341, will be known as Unit 1 for 
the rest of this narrative, the second vehicle 
a white in color Ford Taurus bearing WV: 
DUJ512.

After investigating the driver of Unit 2 was 
traveling Northwest Bound on Franklin Ave. 
while Unit 1 was traveling NorthEast bound 
on SE Blvd. and ran the stop sign posted at 
the intersection. Unit 2 then struck Unit 1 on 
the right center passenger side of the 
vehicle in a T-Bone type of collision.

Once this was discovered the driver of Unit 
1 MELANIE K. HINER was issued a citation 
for Failure to Yield at a Stop Sign (ORD: 
331.19) and was allowed to leave the scene 
due to her vehicle only suffering functional 
damage.

The driver, PAUL V. JACKSON JR., and 
passenger, ELLEN L. BACH, of Unit 2 
waited until Davidson's Towing came to pick 
the vehicle up due to it having disabling 
damage. Once Davidson's arrived on seen 
and retrieved Unit 2 both JACKSON and 
BACH were given a courtesy transport back 
to Salem PD's station where they awaited 
for a family member to pick them up.




Ptl. D. MILLER




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Incident #: 20177974
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Check Well Being
491 REILLY AVE A 

Officer responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave for a disoriented male individual. 
Officer spoke with the elderly male who was 
confused. Officer was able to affirm the 
individuals address was in the 200 block of 
Ohio Ave and officer did walk the individual 
home. Officer made contact with the 
individual's wife who had been asleep and 
did not know he had left the residence. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20177975
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL


Complainant: SRMC, ER 1995 E STATE ST 
SALEM, OH 44460

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center located at 1995 E. State St. 
for a report of a dispute between several 
patients that were transported to the 
hospital from lncident #20177973. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact and 
spoke with all parties. Officers remained at 
the hospital until all parties were calm. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20177964
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Loud Explosion
685 ARCH ST 


Officers responded to the 600 block of Arch 
for a report of a loud explosion. Officers 
remained in the area but did not hear any 
disturbance. Area residents reported there 
had been approximately 5 explosions (1 
Large, several smaller) over several 
minutes that sounded as if they originated 
from South of Arch St in the Newgarden 
area. 

Officers continued checking that area and 
heard no further disturbances. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177965
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017


Complainant: SALEM FIRE, DEPARTMENT

Police responded to the 600 block of W. 
Wilson St for an open burning. FD 
requested officers due to the subject 
burning miscellaneous items as well as an 
improper burn pit. Officers took photos for 
the FD. 

The subject at that residence was advised 
of the ordinance as well as the 
consequences for further violations.



Ptl Osberg



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l ncident #: 20177966
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Ambulance Needed
515 PROSPECT ST A

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
Prospect Street for a report of a dog bite. 
Officer responded and made contact with a 
female juvenile who advised that a dog 
came up to her and scared her, but did not 
bite her.

The juvenile advised she fell down and hurt 
her ankle when the dog scared her. The 
juvenile was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG 
Ambulance. 

The dog in question was not located. A dog 
matching the description was observed 
near the area when officers first arrived, but 
subsequenlty could not be located.



Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20177967
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 SHARP AVE B

Police responded to the 400 block of Sharp 
Ave for a missing male juvenile. The 
juvenile was staying at the fathers when he 
did not return to the residence. Officers 
spoke with both parents and gathered 
information on the juvenile as well as 
searched several other residence. The 
juvenile was then entered as missing.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177969
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Intoxicated Driver
584 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E Sixth St in reference to an intoxicated 
driver. Dispatch advised that a male in a 
black Ford Ranger was leaving a residence 
in the 1100 block of E Ninth St and enroute 
to the above location. Dispatch also advised 
that a fight would ensue once the male 
arrived at the residence. 

Officers responded to the area but, did not 
observe the vehicle in operation. Officers 
located the vehicle at the above residence 
and made contact with the individuals 
inside. They advised that everything was 
okay and that no fight was taking place. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177971
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Assault
281 E SEVENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
E Seventh St in reference to an assault. 
Dispatch advised that someone was being 
beaten with a baseball bat and then being 
run over by a vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officers located the victim who 
advised that the subject had exited his truck 
on E Seventh St and struck him in the knee 
after the he had stepped out into the 
roadway in front of the subject's vehicle. 

Officers spoke with the suspect who 
advised that the victim had jumped on the 
hood of his truck, which prompted him to 
exit his vehicle but, he
did not assault him. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene.

The victim, who was intoxicated, was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT Ambulance. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177972
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Child in Roadway
763 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 700 block of New 
Garden Ave for a report of juveniles in the 
roadway. Officer made contact with three 
juveniles approximately 11 YOA who were 
playing in the street adjacent to one of the 
juveniles front yards. 

Officer advised the juveniles of the dangers 
and subsequently spoke with a parent 
inside the residence who was unaware the 
juveniles had exited the yard. The juveniles 
advised they understood and would not go 
in the street again. The juveniles then went 
inside for the night. 


Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20177976
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Combative Patient 
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL

Complainant: SRMC, ER SALEM, OH 
44460

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for a male patient who was 
causing problems. This was the same male 
subject from incident 20177973 and 
20177975. 

The male subject was calm when officers 
arrived. The male subject was discharged 
from the hospital and placed in custody for 
Domestic Violence for incident 20177973. 
The male subject was transported back to 
the police department and then transported 
to the Columbiana County Jail.




Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 201 77973
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Domestic In Progress
584 E SIXTH ST


ARA WHITE, GARY A 584 E SIXTH ST 
SALEM, OH 44460 2716
Complainant: MCGUIRE, CHELSEA MARIE 
584 E SIXTH ST SALEM, OH 44460 4251 

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Sixth St in reference to a domestic in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with a female 
victim who had multiple lacerations on her 
right hand, a small wound on her left 
shoulder, and a possible injury to her head. 
She advised that when she returned home 
from walking around the neighborhood with 
another male, that her boyfriend, who was 
intoxicated, became angry and pushed her 
down, which resulted in her injuries. 

A male victim was also on scene, who 
advised that he was wrestling with the 
victim's boyfriend to keep him from harming 
the female, which resulted in his injuries. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders, Emt Ambulance, and KLG 
Ambulance responded to the scene. Both 
victims and the boyfriend were transported 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center for 
treatment. Family members responded to 
the residence to take the three children for 
the night. The male was subsequently 
arrested for Domestic Violence and later 
trasnported to the Columbiana County Jail. 

Charges for Assault are pending.


Arrested: Gary A. White Jr. 
584 E Sixth St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (ORC 
2919.25A)



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177977
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP, LISBON

Officer assisted a Trooper with the Highway 
Patrol at the Salem Police Dept. with 
witnessing the reading of the BMV2255 
form on an OVI suspect he had placed 
under arrest. The male subject did provide 
a breath sample on the DataMaster with 
results being a .080%BAC.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20177978
Date: Sunday, November 5,2017
Intoxicated Person


Complainant: WILLIAM HUDDLESTON

Officers met with a male complainant on 
station who advised he was in a taxi with 
his brother and a female subject. The 
complainant advised the female subject 
was intoxicated and she did not know her 
address. The complainant advised they 
attempted several places, but were advised 
the female does not reside there. 

Officers made contact with the female 
subject who was highly intoxicated. The 
female subject advised that she lived alone 
and no contact could be made with a 
relative. 

First Responders and an ambulance 
service responded due to the level of 
intoxication of the female. The female was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG Ambulance.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Sunday, November 05, 2017
07:21 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177938
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1061 E THIRD ST

Unit #2 Driver: BRIAN L THOMAS  Owner 
BRIAN THOMAS 

Unit #1 Driver: Terry L. Knight  Owner 
CHRISTINA MINGER 
. - .- - - -- -. -- - .- -- - - - --
On 11/3/2017 while working the 1800-0200 
hour uniformed patrol division in marked 
Salem cruiser #6 Ptl. SMITH (907) and I, 
Ofc. MILLER (920), responded to a traffic 
crash on the 1000 block of East Third (3rd) 
street. 

Upon arrival Officers identified the first 
vehicle, will be referred to as Unit 1 in the 
rest of the narrative, as a maroon in color 
2001 Chrysler Town and Country bearing 
OH: GGD4242. The driver of which was a 
LEE TERRY KNIGHT.

The second vehicle involved in the crash, 
will be referred to as Unit 2 for the rest of 
this narrative, was a white in color 2004 
Chevy Cavalier bearing OH: EIC1145. The 
driver of which was a BRIAN L. THOMAS. 

After investigation it was determined that 
Unit 1 was traveling East bound on E Third 
(3rd) Street and attempting to make a left 
hand turn into a driveway while Unit 2 who 
was heading West bound. Unit 1 then 
struck Unit 2 in the left rear passenger 
section, while Unit 1 caused damage to the 
left front passenger end of the vehicle. 

Digital photos were taken of the crash and 
after speaking with both parties and 
witnesses to the crash itself it was 
determined that LEE T. KNIGHT was at 
fault. KNIGHT was issued a traffic citation 
for failure to yield while making a left turn 
(ORD: 331.17) and advised of his court 
date on 11/10/2017 at Columbiana county 
Municipal Court.


CITED:
Lee T. Knight
339 Newgarden Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Failure to yield - left turn



Ptl. D. MILLER



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Incident #: 20177950
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Animal Cormplaint 
1158 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, PERSON

Officers responded to the above location for 
an animal making noise. Officers spoke with 
the owners of the residence who had a live 
chicken in a box on the front porch. Officers 
advised the owners that owning livestock in 
the city was prohibited.



Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Incident #: 20177951
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Injured / Sick Animal
8688 SALEM UNITY RD

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a deer that was struck by a 
vehicle and needed to be put down, Officers 
dispatched the deer.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20177952
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
2984 E STATE ST


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle parked in the middle of 
the parking lot, blocking parking access for 
customers.

 The vehicle was checked and the owner 
was unable to be located, therefore the 
business was advised that they could have 
it towed, due to it being on private property.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177953
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Theft
1175 CEDAR RIDGE DR

Complainant: Susan Klemann

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a theft of a sign. Officers spoke 
with the complainant who stated that 
sometime overnight their No UTurn sign 
was taken from their front lawn.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20177955
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017 
676 OLIVE ST

Report of unruly juveniles at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, this officers spoke with the 
juveniles parents and they advised that both 
girls had snuck out and went to a party 
outside the city. 

Officers advised the juveniles of the 
seriousness of their decisions and they 
understood. The parents were advised of 
their options in dealing with these issues if 
their behavior continues.




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177956
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Theft
794 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: KEVIN NICHOLS

The complainant responded to this 
department to report a theft. He advised 
that he located a contracting company 
called Ohio Renovation and Construction 
on Craigslist. The complainant contacted 
them to do some remodeling in his home. 
He advised that three male individuals 
showed up at his home on 10-19-17 to do 
the work. The complainant purchased some 
items to get the work started and had his 
remaining cash in a bank envelope. He 
advised that the company ultimately stated 
that they didn't have the equipment with 
them to start the work and left shortly after 
arriving. 

The complainant discovered $800.00 cash 
missing out of his bank envelope which he 
was going to use to complete his home 
improvements. The company has not been 
in contact with him since.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20177957
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART

UNIT #1 DRIVER MICHELLE 
PEUTERBAUGH Owner ANDREW 
RICHARDSON 

UNIT# 2 DRIVER BONNIE FINCH  Owner 
BONNIE FINCH 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle private property accident. Unit 
#1 was parked in a parking spot, Unit # 2 
was already backed out of the parking spot. 
Unit # 1 backed into the back passenger 
side of Unit # 2 causing minor damage to 
Unit # 2. Both vehicles were able to be 
driven from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20177958
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
464 S U NION AVE


Officer responded to the above location for 
a juvenile complaint. The complainant 
advised that her grandson has been living 
with her and she has concerns about him 
not listening. 

Officer spoke to the juvenile for several 
minutes regarding the complaint. He was 
very polite and agreed that he needed to 
follow his grandma's rules while living with 
her.




Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20177959
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Pink Ticket / Red Warning Issued
600 BLOCK OF E EIGHTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a vehicle parked on the wrong side of the 
roadway, Officers placed a red warning 
ticket on the vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20177960
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
205 S HOWARD AVE


Report of a juvenile problem at the above 
address. Upon arrival, this officer spoke 
with the juvenile and residents at the above 
address. They advised that they picked her 
up last night and that they were getting 
ready to take her home at this time. This 
officer advised them of the issue in these 
situations and they understood the 
consequences that could follow.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20177961
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Check Well Being
CONTINENTAL / BENTLEY


Police responded to Laurel Court 
Apartments to check the well being of an 
individual. A female subject called the 
Police Dept. then an ambulance several 
times asking for a ride. Whenever the 
female was asked if she had an emergency 
she would hang up. 

When officers arrived to check on the 
female they were advised she had already 
left.



Ptl Osberg




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*****




Incident #: 20177962
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Drug Overdose
443 CONTINENTAL DR 49


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr in reference to a drug 
overdose. 

Upon arrival, the subject was talking, but 
having trouble breathing. He advised that 
he took to much blood pressure medication. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance 
responded to the scene and the subject 
was transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center by KLG.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20177939
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block 
of E State St in reference to a juvenile 
problem. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who is the juvenile's foster 
parent. 

Complainant advised that the juvenile's 
case worker was at the residence with the 
juvenile and the juvenile became angry. 
Complainant stated that the juvenile made 
threats of committing suicide and then 
exited the residence. 

Officer located the juvenile in the back yard 
of the residence and she continued to make 
statements of harming herself. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance were 
requested to the scene. Medical personnel 
responded and the juvenile was transported 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center for 
treatment. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20177940
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
174 W FOURTH ST


Complainant: LORETTA ZWICK

Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of 
W. Fourth Street for a parking complaint. 
Officer responded and located the vehicle, 
but nothing illegal was found with how the 
vehicle was parked. 

A male subject came out of the residence 
and stated he would tell the owner to move 
it anyhow.



Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20177941
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Criminal Trespassing
664 S UNION AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 600 block of S 
Union Ave for a report of an individual(s) at 
a residence possibly trespassing. Officers 
made contact with two individuals at that 
location and affirmed one of the two was 
the next door neighbor, who had permission 
from the property owner to be there. 

Officer identified both individuals for 
documentation and obtained contact 
information for any follow up that might be 
necessary. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20177942
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept 
484 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: SHERIFF'S, DEPT 

On 11/3/2017 while working the 1800-0200 
Hour shift Ptl. SMITH (907) and myself, Ptl. 
MILLER (920) were dispatched to the 400 
block of East Sixth (6th) Street to assist the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. in 
locating a female subject involved in a 
domestic. 

Upon arrival, the vehicle the female was 
reported to be operating was not present at 
the address and officers cleared to assist 
other officers on another call.



Ptl. D. MILLER




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lncident #: 20177943
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Unknown Problem
156 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: CARLY BOWMAN,  
LANCASTER, OH 43130

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
N Madison in reference to an unknown 
problem. Complainant advised that the 
male subject was outside the residence and 
smacking his head. She advised that she 
did not know what was wrong. 

Officers responded and met with both 
subjects who advised that the male was 
upset over losing his phone and they had 
gotten into an argument. 

He denied needing medical attention for 
anything. The male voluntarily left the 
residence for the night with his mother and 
officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177944
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Curfew Violation
E SCHOOL 900 BLOCK


Officer on patrol in Waterworth Park located 
a Chevy SUV parked in the parking lot off 
E. School Street occupied by two juveniles. 
Officer made contact with the juveniles who 
advised they were just talking after playing 
in the band. 

Both juveniles were advised of the park 
hours and to respond to their residence.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20177945
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept
484 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: CCSO

On 11/3/2017 while working the uniformed 
patrol division in cruiser #6 while working 
the 1800-0200 Hour shift Ptl. SMITH (907), 
and myself, Ptl. D. MILLER (920) were 
requested to assist Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office on attempting to locate a 
wanted female at the 400 block of East 
Sixth Street. 

Upon arrival the wanted female's mother 
then came to the door and advised where 
her daughter was at. CCSO and Ptl. SMITH 
and I then both cleared that address and 
went to 1000 block of East Pershing were 
the female was located and arrested by 
CCSO. Once the female was in custody all 
Officers involved cleared without incident.



-
Ptl. D. MILLER



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lncident #: 20177946
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Suspicious Activity
520 E P ERSHING ST

Officers were dispatched to the area of E. 
Third Street near the 700 block for a 
suspicious male subject. Officers were 
advised that the male subject followed 
several female juveniles to the area from 
the 500 block of E. Pershing Street. 

Officers responded, but the subject was not 
located. Officers spoke with one female 
juvenile who advised that the subject 
attempted to keep talking to them. The male 
was wearing dark pants, a grey / yellow 
hooded sweatshirt and was tall.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177947
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Curfew Violation 
100 BLOCK OF Vine Ave


Officer on patrol observed two male 
juveniles in the parking lot of the Elks, in the 
100 block of Vine Ave. Officer made contact 
due to them being in violation of the city's 
curfew. It was determined that they were 
only a block away from their residence 
when officer made contact. 

The curfew hours were explained and they 
were advised to get home for the night. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177948
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
SHARP AVE / W STATE ST


Officers initiated a traffic stop with a white 
Chevy Aveo on Sharp Ave. between W. 
Pershing St. and W. State St. for a 
speeding offense (45/25) that occurred in 
the 300 block of W. State St. The 
operator/owner of the vehicle, Robert Green 
III of was advised the reason for the stop. 
During the stop officer detected the odor of 
marijuana emanating from about the interior 
of the vehicle and conducted a probable 
cause search. 

During the search, officer seized two items 
of drug paraphernalia as well as 21 small tie 
off baggies of suspected crack. 

Mr. Green was issued a traffic citation for 
speed and given a court date of 11/14/2017 
at 08:30a.m. in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. 

Additional drug charges are pending once 
lab results are completed. Officers cleared.



CITED:
Robert Green III
563 Todd Ln.
Youngstown, OH 44504
Charge: Speed 45/25



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20177949
Date: Saturday, November 4,2017
Natural Gas Leak
2875 E STATE ST A


Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St along with Salem FD Personnel for 
a report of a possible odor of natural gas. 
The entire area was checked but no odor 
was noted. 



Sgt B Slider




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Saturday, November 04, 2017
08:51 AM -0500

Traffic Crash Report
Incident 20177886



UNIT #1 Driver: CAROL KNISELEY , 
Lisbon, Ohio

UNIT #2 Driver: MARY KORFF , HUDSON, 
OHIO

UNlT#2 WAS GOING SOUTH ON SOUTH 
BROADWAY AVE FROM THE STOP SIGN 
AT FRANKLIN ST AND WAS STRUCK ON 
THE RIGHT SlDE BY UNlT #I. UNlT #1 
WAS ON FRANKLIN ST AT S BROADWAY 
AVE AND FAILED TO YIELD TO UNIT #2 
FROM THE STOP SIGN STRIKING UNIT 
#2 ON THE RIGHT SIDE WITH THE 
CENTER FRONT OF UNIT # l .



UNIT #1 Driver: CAROL KNISELEY , 
CITED FAILURE TO YIELD 4511.43A


UNIT #2 TOWED BY SINSLEY TOWING



Ptl Casto



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lncident #: 20177934
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Protection Order Violation
225 W PERSHING ST

ARA SOLDO, MATTHEW PATRICK 278 
HILLTOP DR LISBON, OH 44432

Report of a Protection Order Violation at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, a'known male subject that had 
the order against him was inside the above 
address. Part of the order states that he is 
not to be at the residence of the family that 
has the order against him and he advised 
that he knew that he is not to be at the 
house. 

The male subject was taken into custody for 
violation of the order, he was transported to 
this department where he was processed 
and transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested: Matthew P. Soldo
LKA 278 Hilltop DR. Lisbon OH. 44432
Protection Order Violation



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177931
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Domestic In Progress
1007 E FOURTH ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a verbal domestic between brother and 
sister. Officers spoke with both parties who 
were arguing over who should be doing the 
dishes for their mother. 

Both parties were separated, officers 
advised both parties to keep clear of each 
other for a awhile. The male subject said he 
would leave for awhile to calm down.



Ptl. M. Wirkner



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lncident #: 20177929
Date:Friday, November 3,2017
Speak To Officer



The complainant contacted this department 
to speak to someone for a possible 
concern. He advised that someone 
contacted him yesterday about a vehicle 
they seen in town. The vehicle was 
reportedly full of trash and had a younger 
girl in the passenger seat and the 
complainant was told she looked 
concerned. 

Due to the report being from a 3rd party and 
the vehicle being seen the prior day, it was 
not located. 

A registration was obtained and this 
department is familiar with the owner/driver 
and they have been checked on in the past 
for similar concerns.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20177927
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
881 E. THIRD ST


This officer responded to the above area to 
assist Children Services. 

Upon arrival, this officer stood by until 
Children service finished their investigation.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177926
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Suspicious Activity
275 PENN AVE


Complainant: TIM LEVERKINGH

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant who showed 
officer(s) a pool of blood located on the floor 
on the north side area that is open to the 
public 24 / 7.

Unknown where it came from but it appears 
person may have fallen and struck their 
head then left with out reporting it sometime 
over the night time hours. There was blood 
on the carpet on the floor which was placed 
in the back to be cleaned and moved prior 
to officer(s) arrival.

The complainant advised they had left at 
1800hrs last evening (Thursday) 11-02-17 
and nothing was reported then.

Sgt Green advised he would check with the 
hospital.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177932
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Child Custody Dispute
431 Aetna St  

Police responded to the 400 block of Aetna 
St for a Custody Dispute. The mother 
advised the father left with his brother while 
she was gone and refushed to bring the 
child back. 

Police attempted to gather contact 
information for the father and his brother. 
After finally making contact with the brother 
he advised he dropped the father and the 
child off back at the residence.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177933
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
1995 E STATE ST B
HOSPlTAL


Complainant: ER, NURSE 

Officers responded to the above location 
regarding a family member of a patient. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
everything was OK and they had the family 
member leave without any problems.


Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177936
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Neglect / Cruelty TO Animal
500 E FOURTH ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of three juveniles beating a squirrel 
with sticks. Officer spoke to the juveniles, 
who advised that the squirrel was already 
deceased on the roadway prior to them 
hitting it.

They were advised the error of their ways 
and also how it looks when people see 
them committing such acts.

They were transported home with the 
understanding that they would not be 
involved with such actions in the future.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177903
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
602 CEDAR ST


Complainant: GRAY TRANSPORTATION

Officer checked on a semi trailer at Olive 
and Cedar. It was learned the driver tried to 
turn around due to the S. Lincoln Railroad 
tracks being closed. Driver attempted to 
turn east onto Cedar from Olive and drove 
into the curb lawn area of 602 Cedar 
leaving tire ruts. The trailer became angled 
and off the road on Olive (Elm) and he 
called for a tow company. 

Photos taken of the yard damage on Cedar. 
No citation issued. 

Sinsley's towing had been called and he 
called for more towing assistance prior to 
officers departure.

Driver: Jonathan Brown
Company: Gray Transportation



Ptl. Banar



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lncident #: 20177904
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
193 W EIGHTH ST 


Officer(s) responded to a 911 call in the 100 
block of West 8th St for a reported parking 
complaint. The caller was reportedly irate 
due to the company doing the paving 
blocking the street. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
from the paving company who stated that 
the female had been very irate and vulgar 
with them before leaving the area. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177908
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Civil Matter
670 W WILSON ST


Complainant: MARY FLICKINGER,  
NORTH BENTON, OH 44449

Complainant contacted this department in 
regards to a civil matter. The complainant 
advised she entered into a verbal 
agreement with a couple in reference to a 
rental property she owns. The complainant 
stated the agreement was the couple could 
repair the residence and that would be used 
towards a security deposit towards renting 
the property. The complainant advised the 
couple are now living at the residence 
without her consent.

Officer explained that since she entered into 
a verbal agreement the matter was civil in 
nature and to have the couple legally 
evicted.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20177909
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
B & E In Progress
1335 Cleveland St.


Complainant: LINDA CLAY

Officer responded to the 1300 block of 
Cleveland St. to take a report of a B & E. 

The complainant advised officer that a 
known male subject came into the 
residence and walked out with her property. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177910
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: OIL, SMITH 

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the employee on duty. 
The employee stated that a unknown 
person in a white truck had pumped $20.06 
in gas and then fled the area without 
rendering payment. 

Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177911
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: Brad

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported theft. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised an 
unknown person departed the area without 
paying for $9.14 worth of fuel from pimp 
#12. The black Chevy HHR was last seen 
traveling westbound on E. State St.


Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20177912
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Civil Matter 
1881 E THIRD ST


Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
Third St for a report of a civil dispute. 
Officer arrived and found that one subject 
was moving out and that the dispute was 
over whether or not the subject had the 
right to be in the home.

The subjects were explained the residency 
laws and officer did stand by until 
everything was okay.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177913
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
500 E FOURTH ST

Officer responded to the Smith Center 
apartments for a report of a male subject 
who would not quit knocking on a residents 
door. Officer was able to locate the subject 
outside of the building. The subject advised 
officer that he only knocked on the door a 
few times and then came back outside and 
that he was visiting other residents.

Officer did speak to the other residents who 
advised officer that the male was visiting 
them. Officer advised the male he was okay 
to visit as long as he stayed away from the 
complainant.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177915
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: ASHLEY WOOD

Officer responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Boulevard for a 
telecommunications harassment report. The 
complainant advised the male suspect was 
sending her threatening text messages. 
She had asked him to stop contacting her 
several times through text messages. 

The male suspect was advised that he 
needed to stop all contact with the 
complainant. The male suspect was 
uncooperative and was advised he would 
face criminal charges if he did not stop the 
contact.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177917
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1078 ETHIRD ST


Complainant: VlRGlNA BRENDLINGER

Officers responded to the 1000 block of E 
Third St for a runaway juvenile. The 
complainant advised her son was on house 
arrest and had left the residence when he 
became angry. 

Several locations were checked for the 
juvenile but officers were unable to locate. 
The juvenile was entered into LEADS as a 
missing / runaway. 

The complainant was advised to contact the 
PD if the juvenile returned home.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20177920
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Burglary Reported
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JESSICA HARTLEY

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Third St in regards to a breaking and 
entering report. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that someone 
was attempting to gain entry to the 
downstairs apartment. 

Officers did not observe any signs of entry 
and checked the area but were unable to 
locate anyone.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20177921
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Fight
530 S BROADWAY AVE


Officer was on routine patrol in the 500 
block of S Broadway Ave and noticed a 
verbal fight in progress in the parking lot. 
Officer made contact with the subjects and 
advised them to separate from one another. 

The female stated that male subject was 
harassing female customers inside the 
business and she wanted him to leave. 

The male subject was intoxicated and was 
criminally trespassed from the business. 
Officers stood by until the male subject left 
the area.




Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177923
Date: Friday, November 3,2017
Neighbor Dispute
218 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: CHELSEA WILSON

Officers responded to the 200 block of E 
Sixth St in regards to a neighbor dispute. 
Officers arrived on scene and spoke to the 
female complainant who advised that her 
neighbor came to her residence and yelled 
at her for being too loud. Officer advised 
both parties to speak to their landlords if 
they are having issues.



Ptl C Walla



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Friday, November 03, 2017
04:33 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177892
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers responded to Walmart for a report 
of a shop lifter. Officers spoke to Walmart 
Asset Protection who advised officers that 
they had a male subject who stole 
merchandise in their office. 

After watching security footage the male 
subject was arrested for theft and brought 
back to the PD for processing.


Arrested: Michael R. Brickman
Offense: Theft ORC 2913.02



Ptl. J. Brooks



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lncident #: 20177893
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Possible Scam
656 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: HOLLIE ODELL

Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Jennings Ave for a report of a mortgage 
scam. Officer did gather the information and 
advised the complainant to contact her 
financial institutions for more information. 

A report number was issued.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177894
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Distraught / Upset Person
881 E THIRD ST


Officers responded to the 800 block of E 
Third St for a report of a possible suicidal 
male. Officers along with the Salem FD and 
EMT did make contact with the male who 
denied all claims and stated that he was 
okay. The male declined all medical 
treatment.



Ptl Beeson




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Incident #: 20177896
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
OVI Arrest 
FRANKLIN AVE / WASHINGTON STREET


ARA FLAATA,BlLLYJ 336 SPRINGDALE 
AVE SALEM, OH 44460 1163 

Officer initiated a traffic stop on Franklin 
Ave near Washington St for a traffic 
violation. The driver of the vehicle was 
found to be impaired and asked to exit the 
vehicle several times before doing so. 

The male subject was offered field sobriety 
but refused to corporate with the officers. 

The male subject was placed in custody 
and transported to Salem Police 
Department. While on station the male 
subject refused to exit the cruiser until 
asked several times by officers. 

The male subject then processed, booked 
and issued his paperwork. He was then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Billy J. Flaata
Address: 336 Springdale Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business (2 
counts) ORC 2921.31, OVI ORC 
4511.19Ala, Turn Signal Violation: 
4511.39A, Possession of Open Container 
city ordinance 529.07



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20177898
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Fight
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR


Complainant: JOSHUA MONDAY

Officers responded to the 500 block of S 
Broadway Ave for a fight in progress. The 
complainant advised several male subjects 
attacked him and threw him out of the bar 
without any reason. 

Officers spoke with several patrons inside 
the bar who all advised he had started a 
fight by shoving a female and he was 
escorted out of the bar by several male 
subjects since he was causing a problem. 
The male subject was advised to go home 
for the evening to avoid further conflict. No 
one inside the bar wanted to pursue 
charges against the male subject.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177901
Date: Thursday, November 2,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
627 N LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the 600 block of N 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a domestic 
dispute report. 

Officers arrived on scene and located the 
male subject in question and detained him 
until officers conducted their investigation.

Officers spoke to the female victim who 
advised that the male subject was her live 
in boyfriend and that he had been 
threatening her and then at one point the 
male subject put her in a choke hold. 
Officers did observe redness around the 
female victims neck area. Officers 
subsequently placed the male subject, 
Brandon Toothman in custody for Domestic 
Violence, he was then transported to the 
Salem Police Department for booking and 
processing and was then transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.

Salem Fire Department First Responders, 
EMT Ambulance and Perry Township Police 
Department responded to the scene. The 
female victim was then voluntarily 
transported to the Salem Regional Hospital 
by EMT Ambulance.


Arrested: Brandon R Toothman
Address: 627 N Lincoln Ave. Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (2919.25A)(M1)



Ptl C Walla



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Thursday, November 02, 2017
08:50 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177883
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1300 BLOCK OF E STATE ST



Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only 

Unit #2, driver Floyd Crawford, was 
stopped, in traffic, in the westbound lane of 
SR14 near Highland Ave. Unit #1, driver 
Amber Russel, was traveling in the 
westbound lane of SR14 and failed to 
assure a clear distance to unit #2. 

Subsequently, unit #1 did strike the rear of 
unit #2.


driver Amber Russel charged ACDA 
333.03A




Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177879
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
186 S HOWARD AVE


Complainant: TERESA CASSINGER

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
South Howard for a report of telephone 
harassment. On arrival officers spoke with 
the complainant. The complainant stated 
that she has been receiving unwanted 
phone calls from a person known to her. 
The complainant was advised of the options 
for dealing with the situation. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177880
Date: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Sex Offense
881 E THIRD ST

Offiers were called to a residence to check 
into a possible assault. Investigation to 
begin. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20177881
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Assist Other Agency
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to assist Salem 
Housing Dept. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while contact 
was made. Officer cleared without incident.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177884
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
1344 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer was called to a criminal damage 
incident on N. Ellsworth. Upon arrival officer 
spoke with three subjects involved. 
Statements taken and photos of a silver car 
were taken and matter under investigation. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20177889
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Child Abuse
2337 OAK ST


Complainant: TRICIA WATSON

ARA BROWN, MICHAEL RYAN 816 
ADAMS AVE SALEM, OH 44460 4061

Officer responded to the 2300 block of Oak 
St. to take a report of child abuse. The 
complainant advised officer that the female 
subject who lives with her neglects her 
children. While officer was speaking to the 
complainant several subjects were arguing. 

Upon identifying the subjects, a male 
subject came back that he had an active 
warrant out of Leetiona. The male was 
arrested for his warrant and transported to 
the PD. 

Officer did speak with the children. Officer 
did not see any signs of abuse or neglect. 
Officer did leave a voluntary statement for 
the complainant to fill out.


Arrested: Michael R. Brown
Offense: Warrant



Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20177891
Date: Wednesday, November 1,2017
Water Line Break / Leak
BROOKLYN AVE / CLEVELAND


Complainant: WATER, DEPT SALEM

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported water line 
break. 

Upon arrival, Salem Water Dept. requested 
assistance with traffic control until 
barricades could be setup.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177870
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
SUPER IOR AVE / E SEVENTH STREET


TRAFFIC ACCIDENT


Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Superior Ave and E Seventh St for a two 
vehicle traffic accident. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
operators of both vehicles who advised 
there were no injuries. Unit 1, a 1994 Chevy 
Classic Caprice, was travelling south bound 
on N Lincoln Ave and made a right hand 
turn onto Superior Ave to head north bound. 
Unit 2, a 2017 Buick Enclave, was travelling 
south bound on Superior Ave. Unit 1 made 
the right turn too wide and went into the 
south bound lane of travel on Superior Ave, 
which resulted in Unit 1 striking/side swiping 
Unit 2 as they were passing each other. 
Unit 1 sustained damage to the driver's side 
head light, while Unit 2 sustained minor 
damage to both driver's side doors. Photos 
were obtained and both operator's were 
provided with a report number. No citations 
were issued. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177872
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
1155 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JOSHUA HOT


Officer was dispatched to the 1100 block of 
E. Third Street for a criminal damage report. 
Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that sometime 
since 10/30/2017 around 8:00pm and the 
time of the complaint the rear window on his 
2010 Hyundai SUV was broken. 

Officer observed the glass shattered on the 
rear hatch and obtained photographs.  
report number was provided.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20177873
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Check Well Being 
872 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: ASHLEY TASSE,  
BOARDMAN, OH 44512

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
E Sixth St to check the well being of a 
teenaged female.

Complainant stated that she is the guidance 
counselor at the Salem Junior/Senior High 
School and was contacted by the juvenile 
who advised that she was struck by her 
father. Officers responded and spoke with 
the juvenile and her father about the 
incident. The juvenile advised that she did 
not have any injuries and denied medical 
attention. 

The incident was forwarded to the 
Columbiana County Department of Job and 
Family Services. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177874
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017


Complainant: DAKOTA BARBER,  E. 
LIVERPOOL, OH 43920

Complainant arrived at the Police Station 
and wished to speak to an Officer in 
regards to an apartment issue.

Said complainant was advised that it was a 
civil matter.


Ptl. D. MILLER



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lncident #: 20177875
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2337 OAK ST 

Police responded to the 2300 block of Oak 
St for a domestic dispute. When officers 
arrived two female subjects were involved 
in a verbal dispute. 

Both parties claimed the other had 
supposedly threatened the other. Both 
parties also advised that nothing physical 
had occurred. Once officers felt the scene 
was safe they cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20177876
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
664 E SIXTH ST 4 

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E. Sixth Street for a domestic dispute 
report. Officers responded and met with a 
female subject who was found to be highly 
intoxicated. The female stated that she had 
an argument with a male she resides with 
and he choked her. 

Contact was made with the male subject 
who advised that the female subject had 
contacted another male to bring her drugs. 
The male stated he did not condone that at 
the residence and the female became upset 
with him. The female then began hitting him 
and ripped his shirt off. 

Officers spoke with a witness who advised 
the same as the male subject. The male 
subject advised the female then choked 
herself in the kitchen. 

Officers were shown text messages from 
the female to another male about illegal 
drug use. The female subject was 
subsequently arrested for domestic violence 
and transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested: Tracey L. Shields 664 E. Sixth 
Street Apt. #4 Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
12/23/1973)
Domestic Violence M1


Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20177877
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Suspicious Object
500 E FOURTH ST


Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of E 
Fourth St in regards to a suspicious 
package. Dispatch advised of a male 
wearing a black hoodie who entered the 
foyer of the Smith Center Apartments and 
dropped off a package and then left. Officer 
was unable to locate the male but, 
responded and found the package to be a 
litter of kittens inside a box. The kittens 
were transported to the police department 
where they were retrieved by the humane 
officer. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Wednesday, November 01, 2017
08:29 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177865
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Check Well Being
1210 SOUTHEAST BLVD 

Complainant: EMIGH, CHIEF M 2198 N 
ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330) 332-1 000

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found that the female subject in 
question had moved months ago.

The female was supposedly saying some 
one was trying to poison her.

This subject has been dealt with before 
over the same type situations. Unknown 
address at this time.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20177867
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Check Well Being
260 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: SFD, 260 S ELLSWORTH 
AVE SALEM, OH

The Salem FD advised that an elderly male 
individual was at their station and he 
appeared confused. Officers along with FD 
personnel spoke with the individual for 
several minutes. This officer transported the 
individual home, due to concerns for him 
driving. Contact was made with his wife and 
she was advised where to retrieve the 
vehicle. 

She advised that she is aware of the 
situation and is in the process of addressing 
his driving issues.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177868
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Complainant: LESLIE 

Police responded to Smith Oil Gas Station 
for a drive off. The complainant advised that 
the driver of a white work truck pumped 
$18.34 worth of gas on pump #6 and left 
without making payment. 

Officers were unable to obtain a license 
plate or locate the vehicle. Officers provided 
the complainant with a copy of the report 
number.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20177869
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Suspicious Activity 
1386 S LINCOLN AVE 4


Complainant: CHARLES IVAN


A male subject came to the Police Dept. in 
reference to an item that was found. The 
complainant found a cassette tape at the 
apartments in the 1300 block of S. Lincoln 
Ave. The complainant advised he was 
worried about a conversation on the tape. 
The tape has been there for several years 
and unknown who it originally belonged to.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177838
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Check Well Being
S LINCOLN AVE / SNYDER RD


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the area of S Lincoln 
Ave and Snyder Rd in regards to a check 
well being. The complainant advised that a 
male subject had been sitting in the middle 
of the roadway in his vehicle and that he 
appeared to be sleeping. Officer arrived on 
scene and located the vehicle in question 
with the male subject sleeping in the front 
seat. 

Officer woke up the subject. The male 
subject advised that he was okay he was 
just tired and fell asleep as while was 
waiting for the train to pass. 

The male subject advised that he was on 
his way to his grandmothers house up the 
road.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20177849
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: CHRISTINE BOURNE

ARA PASTER, KATHLEEN A 2122 
Southeast Blvd SALEM, OH 44460 

Police responded to Walmart where store 
personnel had detained an adult female for 
shop lifting. The female attempted to leave 
the store without paying for items. The 
female was taken into custody transported 
to Salem PD for processing and then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.

ARA: Kathleen A. Paster
DOB: 10/07/1958
ADD: 2122 Southeast Blvd
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Theft M1




Ptl Osberg 



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lncident #: 20177850
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Misc / Unknown Problem
1007 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: TINA SHAMP

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of E Fourth St in reference to an unknown 
problem. Complainant advised that her son 
was screaming and upset about an issue. 

Officers responded and spoke with the 
complainant who advised that her son was 
slamming his fist on the table and was 
making vague statements of harming 
people. Officers spoke with the subject who 
stated that he was not threatening to harm 
anyone but, was preaching. He advised that 
he had no desire to harm himself nor 
anyone else. 

The subject stated that he would stop 
preaching and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20177851
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Theft
292 W STATE ST
AUTO SHOP


Complainant: JAMES CROMER,  
YOUNGSTOWN, OH

Officer met with a complainant/victim at the 
police department who wanted to make a 
theft report. The complainant advised that 
his 2004 GMC truck was towed to Stadium 
GM on 10/27/2017 for repairs and when he 
picked the truck up today the tailgate was 
missing. The complainant advised that the 
work done on the vehicle was mechanical 
and not body work. 

Complainant stated that he spoke with the 
business and they did not have the tailgate, 
but that they would review video 
surveillance of the parking lot. 

Officer advised the complainant that contact 
would be made with the dealership and 
provided him with a report number.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177852
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Child Abuse
2586 E STATE ST A
DISCOUNT STORE


Officer was dispatched to the Dollar Tree, in 
the 2500 block of E State St, in reference to 
a child abuse report.

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she observed 
a mother smack her two year old daughter 
in the face and gave her a bloody lip. The 
female and her daughter were gone upon 
officer's arrival.

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20177854
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Recovered Property
576 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: JOHN MAHOUSKI

On 10/30/2017 an Officer spoke with a male 
complainant who came on station to turn in 
a wallet he found laying in the end of his 
driveway.

Officer made contact with the owner of the 
wallet at an address in the 600 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. The owner was questioned 
about an item that could be used for drug 
paraphernalia. The owner stated that it was 
not hers however did state that the straw 
belonged to a friend that uses it for drug 
abuse. 

Charges are pending.



Ptl. MILLER



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lncident #: 20177856
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Recovered Property 
375 E FIFTH ST

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
5th street in regards to recovering a gun 
magazine. Upon arrival Officers seized the 
magainze and cleared without incident.




Ptl. MILLER



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lncident #: 20177857
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Domestic In Progress
590 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: SARAH YORLANO

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave in reference to a domestic 
in progress. Complainant advised of a male 
and female who were outside the residence 
involved in an argument and the male had 
walked east bound on E Fifth St. Officers 
located the male walking south bound on N 
Lincoln Ave and he advised that the female 
was extremely intoxicated and knocked a 
beer out of his hand during an argument. 
He also advised that she struck him on the 
right side of the face. The male did not have 
any visible injury and denied medical 
attention. 

Officers also spoke with the female who 
advised that an argument ensued after she 
found that the male had a phone number of 
someone else. The female had no visible 
injuries. 

The incident was found to be verbal in 
nature and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177858
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Dog at Large 
615 E SEVENTH ST


Officers responded to the 600 block of E. 
7th Street in regards to a loose dog running 
around the area. Once Officers found said 
dog it was returned to its owner in the 600 
block of E. 6th Street. 

The owner was issued a verbal warning for 
dog at large



Ptl. D. MILLER



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Incident #: 20177860
Date: Tuesday, October 31,2017
Ambulance Needed
S LUNDY AVE / E PERSHING


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle at the 
intersection of E Pershing St and S Lundy 
Ave for a stop sign violation.

Upon making contact with the driver, he 
advised that he felt that he was having a 
heart attack, which is why he ran the stop 
sign. 

Officer immediately requested the Salem 
Fire Department First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance, who responded to the scene. 
The driver was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for treatment and 
his vehicle was moved to a nearby parking 
lot. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Tuesday, October 31, 2017
08:34 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177848
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Ambulance Needed


Report of a ambulance needed at the above 
location. The male subject from report # 
20177847 advising that he did want to harm 
himself and needed to get help. The Salem 
F.D., KLG responded and he was 
transported to the Salem E.R. where he 
was pinked slipped for evaluation.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177847
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Person With A Gun
627 N LINCOLN AVE 1/2


Report of a person with a gun at the above 
address. Upon arrival, the male subject was 
found not to have a gun and that he did 
have a air soft pistol but did not want to 
harm himself or others. 

After checking him and talking with him for 
several minutes officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177846
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Debris In Roadway
SOUTHEAST BLVD / KENNEDY ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Police responded to the 2200 block of 
Southeast Blvd for debris in the roadway. 

Upon arriving Police made contact with a 
male subject with a leaf blower near the 
roadway. The male was already clearing off 
the roadway when Police arrived. The male 
was advised of the city ordnance.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20177845
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Littering / Dumping 


Complainant: ANTHONY GUIDONE,  
CARROLTON, OH 


Complainant on station reference several 
subjects dumping illegal items into the 
recycling containers.

Complainant did leave a flash drive with 
pictures of the subjects dumping the items 
into the containers.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20177844
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
100 BLOCK OF W WILSON ST


Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
a trailer dropped in the 1OOblk of W. Wilson 
with no tractor / truck attached.

The trailer was sitting in the west bound 
lane facing east bound.

The driver of the truck came and advised 
there was a problem with loading one trailer 
and it was taking longer than anticipated.

The driver advised they would move the 
trailer until the situation was taken care of.

Officer did explain to the driver of the 
potential of emergency vehicles not being 
able to get through.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177839
Date: Monday, October 30,2017
Dog At Large
564 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: JUSTIN YOUNG


Report of a dog at large in the above area. 

Upon arrival, the complainant had the dog 
and the animal was placed into the back of 
Unit#4. This officer meet the Humane 
Officer and she was given the animal.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20177836
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
VehIicle B&E / Trespass
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: CASANDRA HOLLAND,  
LISBON, OH

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of a theft from a 
motor vehicle that occurred in the 2800 
block of E State St.    The complainant 
advised she was at the store and is unable 
to lock her vehicle. She advised several 
items were taken from the vehicle when she 
was inside the business. 

Video of the incident is being obtained from 
the business and this matter is currently 
under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177835
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
120 N LINCOLN AVE 

ARA DONALDSON, ALLANTE JAMES 26 
W RAVENWOOD AVE YOUNGSTOWN, 
OH 44507

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave. During the stop the driver was 
found to have a suspended drivers license. 

The K9 officer did respond and K9 Simon 
did indicate to the presence of narcotic 
odor. A probable cause search of the 
vehicle did yield drug paraphernalia and a 
controlled substance. 

The driver was taken into custody for the 
offenses. Once at the station the male did 
attempt to throw a large quantity of 
suspected narcotics and was also observed 
eating more suspected narcotics. The male 
was transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center by EMT for evaluation.

 The male was later taken to the 
Columbiana County Jail. The suspected 
narcotics will be sent to BCI for further 
testing and charges will be pending the lab 
results. Kaisers did tow the vehicle from the 
scene.


Arrested: Allante J Donaldson
Address: (LKA) 26 W Ravenwood Ave 
Youngstown, OH 44507
Charges: Possession of a Controlled 
Substance Schedule II
Tampering with evidence (two counts)
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
DUS - Multiple
(MM) Possession of Marijuana
Expired Registration



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177834
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
OVI Arrest
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH ST



ARA VANCOONEY, ALLEN S 922 S UNION 
AVE SALEM, OH 44460 

Officer initiated a traffic stop on E Fifth St 
near N Lincoln Ave with a vehicle for a 
headlight violation. The driver of the vehicle 
was suspended and found to be impaired. 
The driver also admitted to having 
marijuana on his person and he willingly 
handed it over to officer. 

K9 officer did deploy K9 Simon and he did 
indicate to the presence of narcotic odor. 
The driver was administered field sobriety 
and taken into custody for OVI. The vehicle 
was released to the passenger of the 
vehicle who was also the registered owner. 

The male subject was transported to Salem 
Police Department where he was 
processed and booked. He was then 
released into his mother's custody.



Arrested: Allen S. Vancooney
Address: 922 S Union Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19Ala and 
4511.19A1d Driving Under Suspension 
ORC 4510.11A, Two Headlights
Required ORC 4513.14A, and Possession 
of Marijuana city ordinance 513.03(C)2



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20177831
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
Dog At Large 
E STATE ST / HIGHLAND AVE


Officer located a dog at large in the 
roadway in the 1300 block of E State St. 
Officer was unable to catch the animal and 
cleared after insuring it was no longer in the 
roadway.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177830
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
450 AETNA ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a disorderly persons report. Complainant 
advised that his live in girlfriend is detoxing 
and becoming irate. Complainant also 
advised that his girlfriend pushed him. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with both parties 
and the female did stated she was having 
issues from detoxing. The male half did not 
with to peruse any charges. Both parties 
were advised to stay away from each other.




Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20177828
Sunday, October 29,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation 
148 PENN AVE 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer on patrol responded to a parking 
complaint in the 100 block of Penn Ave. 
Officer observed the vehicle and after an 
investigation found the vehicle was parked 
in a 20 minute loading zone for 
approximately 50 minutes.

Officer issued a parking ticket to the vehicle 
and cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20177827
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
Traffic Offense 
120 N LINCOLN AVE


Officer on patrol observed a subject in the 
700 block of E State St. operating a vehicle 
without a valid drivers license. Officer 
stopped the vehicle and advised the driver 
of his suspension. 

During the stop K9 Simon was deployed 
and indicated to the presence of narcotic 
odor. Contraband was located in the 
vehicle. The vehicle owner denied knowing 
the driver was suspended and was given a 
warning for the violation. 

The driver was cited for his suspension and 
officer cleared without incident.


Cited: Cletis R. Monroy  of 940 E 6th St. 
Salem Oh
Charge: DUS-NC CCMC date of 10-31 -17



Ptl. M. Garber 



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Monday, October 30, 2017
07:50 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177804
Date: Saturday, October 28,2017
Accident Private Property
565 FRANKLIN AVE


Private property accident no OH-1

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin for a reported two vehicle accident 
on private property. Unit # 1, Steffany 
Mgambo, had been in the parking lot when 
it was struck by unit # 2. Unit # 2, Alana 
Hartshorne,  had been backing up from a 
parking spot when it struck unit #1 in the 
passenger side. Unit # 1 sustained damage 
to the passenger side fender and door area. 
Unit # 2 sustained damage to the drivers 
side rear bumper. 

There were no reported injuries and no 
citations were issued.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Steffany Mgambo
vehicle / 2014 Ford

Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Alana Hartshorne
vehicle / 2004 Pontiac




Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177805
Date: Saturday, October 28,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1453 ALLEN RD



Officer(s) responded to the 1400 block of 
Allen Rd for a reported single vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been traveling north 
in the 1400 block of Allen Rd when the 
driver lost control of the vehicle. This action 
caused unit # 1 to go off the east side of the 
roadway backwards and strike a utility pole. 

There were no reported injuries and the 
vehicle was removed from the scene by 
AAA. 

The driver of the vehicle was cited for 
O.R.C. 4511.202 (Reasonable Control)


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Gregory Curtis
vehicle / 2009 Mercury



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177825
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
627 N LINCOLN AVE


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
N.Lincoln Ave. for a report of a domestic in 
progress. After speaking to both parties 
involved. officers were able to determine 
the male half was making false statements. 
Subsequently, the male was arrested for 
Falsification and transported to Salem PD. 
The male was processed and then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Dakota D. Barber
Offense: Falsification ORC2921.12(A)(1)



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20177824
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


COM Smith Oil, Employee

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with a employee of the 
business. The employee stated that a 
unknown female in a black suv had pumped 
$36.83in gas and then fled the area without 
rendering payment.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20177821
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
Ambulance Needed
186 S HOWARD AVE

Officers were advised of a unresponsive 
male at the above listed address. 

Upon officers arrival I was directed to a 
bedroom area where a 37 year old male 
was found unresponsive, with no vital signs 
and being cold to the touch. Salem Flre 
Dept. and EMT Ambulance responded and 
checked the male who was found to be 
deceased.

The coroner responded to the scene to 
investigate.



Sgt. J Scheets



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lncident #: 20177819
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL


COM PAM, SALEM ER

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center to stand by with a patient 
until Sheriffs Department arrived on scene. 
A detective arrived on scene and officers 
stood by until the patient was transported to 
St. Elizabeth's hospital.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177818
Date: Sunday, October 29,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
935 SOUTH AVE


Officer responded to the 900 block of South 
Ave in regards to a parking complaint. 
Officer arrived on scene and located the 
vehicle in question. A red warning tag was 
left on the vehicle.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20177813
Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
491 REILLY AVE G

Report of a protection order violation at the 
above location. Upon investigation,there 
was no protection order,just terms of a 
subject's bond and there was no violation. 

A juvenile subject stated that she was 
threatened by another female. A report was 
made and statements were taken.



Lt Shafer



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Incident #: 20177812
Date: Saturday, October 28,2017
Drug Paraphernalia


COM RANDY GEHO

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of drug 
paraphernalia. The complainant advised his 
nephew attempted to give him drugs and he 
handed over the item to the Salem Police 
Department. 

The incident is currently under investigation 
and information was given to DTF officer.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20177807
Date: Saturday, October 28,2017
Civil Matter 
648 S UNION AVE


COM CARLEY ECKMAN

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that her niece 
watched her kids and will not return their 
clothing. Officer advised the complainant 
that the matter was civil but would speak to 
the other half involved. 

Officer was advised by the other half that 
she would return the clothing.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177806
Date: Saturday, October 28,2017
Suspicious Activity
1074 CLEVELAND ST


Officer spoke with complainant at Smith Oil 
gas about a juvenile problem. He alleged 
that his daughter was at a residence on 
Cleveland without his consent and had 
learned this on social media. 

Officer responded to the residence and 
talked with two juveniles who claimed the 
daughter was not there. She allegedly left 
about an hour ago and had not come in. 
Officer to try and make contact with a 
parent who was not home at the time.



Banar901



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lncident #: 20177802
Date: Saturday, October 28,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BENJAMIN 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported drive off. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised a 
light blue Chrysler PT Cruiser departed the 
area without paying for $17.10 worth of fuel 
from pump #5.

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the vehicle.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177795
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
755 E FIFTH ST 1/2


COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 700 block of E 
Fifth for a civil dispute. Officer arrived and 
spoke to a land lord who advised that his 
tenants had become rude with him. The 
tenants advised that they were retrieving 
their property and leaving that evening. The 
complainant was advised.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177776
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Suspicious Activity
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to Memorial Park for a 
report of people fishing at the duck pod. 
Officer arrived and advised the subjects that 
no fishing was permitted. Officer cleared.



Ptl  Beeson



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Incident #: 20177775
Date: Friday, October 27, 2017
Assist Other Agency 
226 VINE AVE 5

COM CHILDREN SERVICES

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave to assist Childrens Services. Officers 
assisted and then cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Sunday, October 29, 2017
08:40 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177801
Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017
Suspicious Person
2l01 S LINCOLN AVE


While on patrol, officer located a male 
subject, who appeared to be intoxicate 
walking in the roadway. Officer made 
contact with the subject who did advised he 
had been drinking. After checking the 
subject for warrants, he was given to 
courtesy transported to 180 Ohio Ave.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20177800
Date: Saturday, October 28,2017
Dog At Large
S UNION AVE / E PERSHING ST

Officer responded to the area of E Pershing 
St and S Union Ave for a dog at large. The 
dog seemed to be aggressive and 
continued to run away. 

The dog then ran into several backyards 
and the officer was unable to locate it.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177799
Date: Saturday, October 28,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
2203 E STATE ST


ARA HOSCHAR, RYAN MATHEW 
189ETHlRDST (LKA) SALEM, OH 44460

Officer on patrol observed a subject that 
was intoxicated, known to have an active 
arrest warrant and walking around a closed 
business in the 2200 block of E State St. 

Officer made contact with the subject that 
was found to have contraband on his 
person. 

The subject was placed under arrest, 
transported on station, processed and 
transported to county jail. Officers cleared 
without incident.


Arrested: Ryan M. Hoschar of LKA: 370 E 
Main St. Washingtonville Oh
Charge: Possession of drug abuse 
instruments (M1)




Ptl. M. Garber 




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lncident #: 20177794
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Traffic Offense
800 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a 
moving violation in the 800 block of E 3rd 
St. Officer while conducting the stop did a 
probable cause search of the vehicle with 
no contraband found. Officers cleared 
without incident. 2 small juveniles in the 
vehicle did request to see K9 Simon and 
were allowed to play with him and get a few 
photographs.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177793
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Civil Matter 
755 E FIFTH ST 1/2


Officer responded to the 700 block of E 5th 
St. and spoke with a landlord and tenant 
about a civil issue. Both were advised the 
matter was civil and officers would not be 
involved in determining anything as nothing 
criminal was occurring. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. Garber




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lncident #: 20177791
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
641 CHERRY ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. 

Upon arrival, contact was made at the 
residence and the subject in question was 
located. The subject was taken into 
custody, transported to this station for the 
booking process and later released to 
CCSO.


Arrested: Samson A. Crowl
633 Cherry St.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant - Trafficking



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20177789
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Criminal Trespassing
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer on patrol observed a subject who 
was previously trespassed from a business 
in the 1100 block of E State St. going inside 
the business. 

Officer made contact with the subject and 
the employee to ensure there was no 
issues. The employee did not know if the 
subject was allowed at the business and will 
have a manager contact the Salem PD and 
advise. Office cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177786
Date: Friday, October 27, 2017
Dispute(NO Threats/Violence) 
549 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officers responded to the 500 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for a verbal dispute. The 
subjects advised that they were looking for 
a lost item in the backyard but were not 
having an argument. 

The female subject was advised to possibly 
continue to search in the morning since she 
was not on her property and causing 
suspicion with the
neighbors.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177784
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
172 W SIXTEENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 100 block of W 
Sixteenth St for a drug paraphernalia 
located in a vacant residence. The items 
were collected from the residence and 
properly disposed of at the Salem Police 
Department.


Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177783
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Runaway / Missing
1449 E STATE ST


Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officer responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for a runaway juvenile. The 
complainant advised that the juvenile had 
collected several belongings inside a 
backpack and left the residence. 

Officer checked several locations that the 
juvenile may have gone to but was unable 
to locate. The juvenile was entered in 
LEADS as a missing / runaway.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177782
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Audible Alarm Ck
964 BENTON RD

Complainant: SECURE COM

Officers and K9 Simon checked a business 
in the 900 block of Benton Rd. with an 
active alarm. 

Officers and K9 Simon located an open 
door and cleared the business. Officers 
stood by while the key holder re-secured 
and checked the business before clearing.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177781
Date: Friday, October 27, 2017
Traffic Offense
S LUNDY AVE / E PERRY ST


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle with a 
driver that was known to be suspended on 
S. Lundy Ave. near E Perry St. 

Officer cited the driver and the vehicle was 
removed from the roadway by Sinsley's 
towing. 

The owner of the vehicle was cited also and 
the driver will face additional charges for 
contraband recovered from the vehicle.


Cited: Christopher D. Zepernick  of 450 
Aetna St. Salem
Charge: DUS, CCMC date of 10-31-17, 
additional charges pending


Cited: Denise M. Zepernick  of 8995 Huxley 
Rd. Salem
Charge: Wrongful entrustment CCMC date 
of 10-31 -17



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177779
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
241 W PERSHING ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
resident who advised the subject in 
question was not there. The resident did 
give verbal consent to search. Officers 
checked the residence and did not locate 
the subject in question.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20177777
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
577 COLUMBIA ST B


Complainant: JOSHUA MONDAY

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that he got 
into a verbal dispute with his neighbor. 
Officer advised the complainant to try to 
avoid any further contact with his neighbor.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177774
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
155 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: DARRELL ROGERS

Officer responded to the 100 block of 
Woodland Ave. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that his son 
kept calling him and he does not wish to 
speak to him. 

Officer advised the complainant to tell his 
son to stop texting and calling him and if he 
continues to contact the PD and an officer 
will advise his son of possible charges.



Ptl. J. Brooks



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lncident #: 20177772
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Dog At Large
1240 E THIRD ST

Officer on patrol located a dog at large from 
1240 E 3rd St. running in the roadway. 
Officer made contact with the owner and 
ensured the animal was secured. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Saturday, October 28, 2017
06:58 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177740
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Accident With Injury


Unit 1- Owner/Operator- Matthew Arnoto, 
THE MOORE AGENCY, SALEM, OH

Unit 2- Operator- Cindy Sawrnan Owner 
DAVID SAWMAN,  HARTVILLE, OH

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

Officers were dispatched to Pennsylvania 
Ave near Allen Rd for a two vehicle traffic 
accident with injury. The Salem Fire 
Department First Responders and EMT 
Ambulance also respond to the scene. Unit 
1 was travelling south bound on 
Pennsylvania Ave, while Unit 2 was 
travelling north bound. The driver of Unit 1 
advised that he had dropped his cell phone 
and, when he bent down to pick it up, his 
vehicle veered left of center and struck Unit 
2 head on. 

Both units sustained disabling damage with 
airbag deployment. Sinsley Towing was 
requested for Unit 1 and Unit 2 was towed 
from the scene by Davidson's Towing. Both 
drivers were transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT 
Ambulance. 

The driver of Unit 1 was issued a citation for 
Left of Center (Salem ORD 331.01). 


Cited: Mathew L. Arnoto 
600 W Pidgeon Rd
Charge: Left of Center (Salem ORD 331.01)


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177755
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
1125 E STATE ST

Complainant: ERIKA LOPEZ

Officer(s) responded to the 1100 block of 
East State St for a reported hit skip accident 
were one of the vehicles had reportedly fled 
the area. 

On arrival officers spoke wit the owner of 
the vehicle that was reportedly struck.

Neither officers or the vehicles owner could 
locate any damage to the vehicle. Officers 
checked the area and were unable to locate 
the other vehicle that was reportedly 
involved. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177756
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Identity Theft
589 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: MELANIE STURGELL

Complainant on station to report identity 
theft. The complainant received a letter 
from a collection agency that stated she 
owed money from a Fingerhut account. The 
complainant advised that she does not 
remember purchasing items from that 
business and requested the incident 
documented.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177758
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 REILLY AVE A


Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
Reilly Ave for a reported juvenile problem. 

On arrival officers spoke with staff members 
of the facility. Officers will forward the 
information to the Dept Juvenile Officer as 
well as Children's Services. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177759
Date: Friday, October 27,2017

Officer was called to a drug / narcotic call at 
Circle K east. Upon arrival the clerk turned 
over a found plastic baggy with a small 
amount of light brown powder. Officer took 
custody of said item and placed in evidence 
at PD. Matter under investigation. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20177761
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Criminal Trespassing
2875 E STATE ST A

Walmart called in regards to a person there 
that had been trespassed against coming 
into the store. 

Upon arrival the store had learned she had 
been not identified properly but 
coincidentally had been in the store prior 
and allegedly made off with merchandise 
without rendering payment. The female 
denied having stolen anything but did 
receive a notice to not come back. Officers 
cleared without incident.


Banar901



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lncident #: 20177762
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
824 4 STATE ST


Complainant: KAISER, KEITH 

Officers responded to the 800 block of East 
State St for a reported two vehicle accident. 
Unit # 1 had been/traveling in the 800 block 
of East State St when the driver backed his 
vehicle up and struck unit # 2. The driver of 
unit # 2 had been traveling in the 800 block 
of East State St when it was struck by unit # 
1. 

There were no reported injuries and both 
vehicles were driven from the scene. No 
citations were issued.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Keith Kaiser
vehicle 12000 Dodge


Unit # 2 / owner / Bryan Smith
driver / Joni Smith
vehicle 12006 Jeep



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177765
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Assault 
279 N LINCOLN AVE

Officers were dispatched to a possible 
assault call with unknown problem on N. 
Lincoln Ave. Call was north of the KFC 
Restaurant at a green house on the north 
side of Second St. 

Reporting officer arrived in the alley behind 
279 N. Lincoln and was flagged down there. 
Officers talked to several parties that 
advised of an altercation inside the home. 
First responders and KLG ambulance 
responded and spoke with an injured 
person who refused to go to ER. 

Statements, photographs and information 
was taken and matter is under investigation 
for possible charges. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20177767
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
35313 SALEM GRANGE

ARA DENNISON, JUSTIN T 36333 LONGS 
CROSSINGS RD LEETONIA, OH 44431

Reporting officer along with Salem PD 
Detectives responded to the above address 
and arrested Justin T Dennison on a 
warrant for Robbery.

See report # 20177632

Arrested - Justin T Dennison 3531 3 Salem 
Grange Rd Salem, Ohio
Charge - Robbery



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20177769
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
2551 LEXINGTON AVE 6 


Complainant: Jacqueline Sadler

Officer responded to the Salem Commons 
apartments to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she does 
not get along with her sister and does not 
want her to come to her house anymore. 

Officer contacted the sister of the 
complainant and advised her of the 
complaint and that she is not to return to the 
residence.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177756
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Identity Theft
589 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: MELANIE STURGELL

Complainant on station to report identity 
theft. The complainant received a letter 
from a collection agency that stated she 
owed money from a Fingerhut account. 

The complainant advised that she does not 
remember purchasing items from that 
business and requested the incident 
documented.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20177753
Date: Friday, October 27,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
110 W PERSHING ST

Officers responded to the downstairs 
apartment of 110 W. Pershing St. for a 
report of loud music called in by the upstairs 
tenant. 

Upon arrival, officers could hear loud music. 
Contact was made with the resident and 
was requested to turn the music down. The 
resident advised he would turn the music off 
for the remainder of the evening. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20177752
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Pink Ticket / Red Warning Issued
650 FAIR AVE SALEM 

Police observed a vehicle illegally parked in 
the 600 block of Fair. Said vehicle was 
issued a parking ticket for the violation.


Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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lncident #: 20177751
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Prowler
530 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: MEGAN BOYLE

Officers were dispatched to the 1500 block 
of E. Pershing Street for a possibly breaking 
and entering. Officers responded and met 
with the complainant who advised that she 
seen a flashlight outside her bedroom 
window and when she pounded on her 
window a female subject was observed 
running away from the house west bound 
on E. Pershing St. 

Officers checked the area, but no persons 
were located. Nothing was disturbed around 
the property.



Ptl. C. Crider 



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Incident #: 20177750
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Suspicious Person 
607 CONTINENTAL DR


Complainant: ERIC ERICKSON

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
Continental Dr in reference to a suspicious 
person report.

Complainant advised of a female who had 
been sitting inside her vehicle behind the 
apartment complex for approximately two 
hours. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
complainant who advised that the female 
was sleeping inside the vehicle, while her 
young child was also inside. Complainant 
advised that they had to pound on the 
window many times in order to wake up the 
female. Officers made contact with the 
subject, who was now inside her apartment, 
who advised that she was sitting in the 
vehicle while she was on the phone. 

The subject and child both appeared to be 
okay and denied the need for medical 
attention. Officers cleared. 

The incident will be forwarded to the 
Columbiana County Job and Family 
Services.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177748
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Intoxicated Person
400 BLOCK OF SALEM


Officers were patrolling the 400 block of 
East Perry Street when a white male was 
noticed slouched over at the waist off the 
side of the road and believed to be 
intoxicated. Upon investigation the male 
was released to a friend to make sure he 
arrived at his residence safely.



Ptl. D. MILLER



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lncident #: 20177746
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Speak To Officer
462 ASH ST SALEM


Complainant: MARK GIBSON

Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
Ash Street for a speak with officer report. 
Officer responded and was advised by the 
complainant that he let a female subject 
borrow his vehicle and she would not return 
it. The complainant stated that his vehicle is 
parked in the 200 block of Vine Street, but 
he is afraid he is being set up by several 
subjects and if he goes to retrieve the 
vehicle he will be assaulted. 

A friend of the complainant advised he 
would respond to get the vehicle and did so. 
The vehicle was taken back to Ash Street 
without incident. 

The complainant needed no further 
assistance.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177744
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Natural Gas Leak
1228 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Police responded to the 1200 block of N. 
Ellsworth to assist the FD. Traffic control 
was requested while the FD investigated a 
smell of natural gas. 

Once the investigation was finished Police 
and FD cleared.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20177741
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Bomb Threat
2875 E STATE ST A


Report of a possible Bomb Threat at 
Walmart. Upon arrival, a threat was located 
in the stall of the female bathroom in the 
front part of the business. The business 
was temporary evacuated, checked by 
officers and the business appeared OK. All 
employees and customers were let back 
into the business and officers cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Friday, October 27, 2017
08:11 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177738
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Accident Private Property
981 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM
KENDRlCKs CORNER


Unit #1  Driver: JOSETTE THEISS, Owner: 
CHARLENE THEISS 

Unit #2  Driver/Owner: NATHAN 
GALBREATH 


Police responded to the 900 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave for a motor vehicle accident. 
Unit #1 was backing out of the parking lot 
when it struck Unit #2 that was waiting to 
leave the parking lot. Unit #1 backed 
straight into the rear driver's side quarter 
panel/bumper of Unit #2. 

Neither driver reported any injury and both 
vehicles had minor damage. Both vehicles 
were able to drive from the scene.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20177712
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Menacing / Threats


Complainant: LORRAINE UTTER

Officer spoke with the female complainant 
who came on station with concerns about 
her ex-boyfriend with whom she has 
recently broken up with last weekend. 
Female complainant advised that her ex-
boyfriend resides out of state and that he 
had contacted a mutual acquaintance of 
theirs today and had threatened physical 
harm to her through their mutual 
acquaintance. Complainant also advised 
that she has been receiving many facebook 
messenger messages from her ex-
boyfriend, none of which were threatening 
to her. 

Complainant filed a protection order the 
previous week, however officer checked 
with the CCSO and the order has not been 
served at the time of report. 

A written statement was taken and photo 
copies of the messenger messages were 
provided by the complainant. An extra 
watch was requested at the complainant's 
residence. After investigation a report will 
be sent to the Prosecutors officer for review 
for possible charges.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177713
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Assist Perry Police
1680 S LINCOLN AVE


Officer responded to the above location and 
stood by while Perry Twp. P.D. officer 
removed two male subjects from a vehicle 
bearing fictitious plates.

The vehicle was searched and towed by 
Sinsley's Towing.

The owner/operator was cited and officer 
cleared.


Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20177714
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Menacing / Threats
118 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: CHELSEA WILSON

Police responded to the 200 block of E. 6th 
St for threats. While speaking with the 
complainant she advised that a few days 
prior someone had attempted to kick in the 
front door and now they are making threats 
towards them.

Officers attempted to make contact with the 
possible suspect but were unable to locate. 
Further investigation pending.



Ptl Osberg


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Incident #: 20177715
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
148 PENN AVE 


Complainant: EMILY ELLSWORTH

On 10/25/2017 Officers responded to the 
100 block of Penn Ave. in regards to a 
parking complaint. 

Upon arrival Officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised the vehicle in 
question had been parked there for over 
twenty (20) minutes. 

At this time the owner of the vehicle arrived 
and advised that they would be moving the 
vehicle promptly. Once the vehicle cleared 
both Officers did as well without incident.



Ptl. D. MILLER



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lncident #: 20177716
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Parking Compl aint / Violation
CEDAR RIDGE DR 1 SOUTHEAST


Officer on patrol in the area of Cedar Ridge 
and Southeast Blvd. observed a black 
Chevy SUV parked illegally on Cedar Ridge 
Drive. Officer made contact with the owner 
who moved the vehicle.


Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20177717
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Domestic In Proaress
449 AETNA ST


Complainant: SARAH SEDDON

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Aetna Street for a domestic in progress. 
Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that her father 
was intoxicated and causing problems in 
the residence.

The complainant advised her father was 
yelling, cursing and threatening her. The 
complainant advised that she and her aunt 
are taking care of her mother who is very ill. 
Officers made contact with the 
complainants father who was very 
intoxicated and he denied any claims of 
threats made. The parties were advised to 
stay separated for the night. 

Officers were dispatched back to the 
residence a short time later. The 
complainant advised that as soon as 
officers left her father started yelling and 
cursing again telling everyone in the house 
to leave. The complainant advised that her 
father told her to call her brothers and 
sisters so he could punch them. The 
complainants father again denied these 
claims. 

The complainants brother responded and 
transported their father to a local hotel for 
the night.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177718
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Protection Order Violation
665 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: CAMILLE BIRONE


Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of E 
Fourth St in reference to a protection order 
violation report.

Complainant advised that she was granted 
a protection order against a male known to 
her on October 11, 2017.

Complainant stated that she was contacted 
by someone via telephone and she believed 
it was the male.

Complainant advised that she did not wish 
to pursue the issue but, wanted the incident 
to be on file for future reference if needed.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177720
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Recovered Property 
110 BENTON RD


Complainant: SUSAN ANNABELL

Officer spoke with the female complainant 
who owns Annabelle's Restaurant. 
Complainant advised one of her customers 
turned in a cell phone that she found in the 
parking lot of her restaurant. And wished to 
turn it over to the Police for safe keeping. 

The phone will be kept in the departments 
lost and found until an owner can be 
located.



Ptl. D. MILLER



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lncident #: 20177722
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
590 N ELLSWORTH AVE 1/2


Complainant: IAN COLE


Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
N. Ellsworth Avenue for a report of a 
breaking and entering in progress. Officers 
responded and met with the complainant 
who advised it sounded like a male subject 
who lives in the other half of the same 
duplex came in his apartment and started 
up the stairs and then left. 

The complainant advised he didn't actually 
see the male subject. 

Officers made contact with the male subject 
from the other apartment who denied being 
out of the apartment recently and denied 
entering the complainants apartment.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177723
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
780 W STATE ST


Police were advised of a vehicle parked in 
the parking lot of a closed business on Elm 
St.. As police went to investigate, the 
vehicle pulled out of the business and 
entered the parking lot of Circle K west. 

Police made contact and spoke with the 
subjects advising them that being on the 
property of a closed business is trespassing 
and not to go back on the property again.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Incident #: 20177724
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A


While on patrol on N Ellsworth Ave officer 
observed a vehicle enter the parking lot of 
the Community Center which was closed. 
Officer subsequently initiated a traffic stop 
near the back of the parking lot. The driver 
was identified and he advised officer that he 
had intended to try to use the parking lot as 
a shortcut to reach N Lincoln Ave but the 
gate was closed. 

Officer advised the individual that it was not 
a through the street which is why the two 
parking lots have a gate between. 


Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20177725
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Speak To Officer 
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY


Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of 
E. Third Street to speak with a female 
complainant about a prior police report. 
Officer responded and spoke with the 
complainant about an incident that 
happened in September 2017.

The complainant advised she wanted to 
press charges against her daughter for 
trying to get her in trouble during that report. 
Officer advised the complainant that the 
previous report would be reviewed to see if 
anything criminal took place.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177727
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Assist Other Agency


Officer while enroute to the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court to drop off court 
paperwork stopped on SR45 near Lincoln 
Rental to check on Highway Patrol units on 
a motor vehicle accident. Nothing was 
needed from this officer and cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20177728
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Lost Motorist Escort
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SIXTH


Complainant: DONNA MCGURREN,  EAST 
LIVERPOOL, OH 

Officer stopped a vehicle for a minor traffic 
violation on N Ellsworth Ave. The driver 
advised that she had been rerouted around 
and accident on SR45 and was completely 
lost. Officer assisted the individual in 
reaching the destination after affording a 
warning for the traffic violation. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177729
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
1430 BEECHWOOD RD


Complainant: CCSO

Officer responded to the above location and 
found that the vehicle was on the City side 
of the road way. Salem FD responded 
checked the vehicle and the operator 
contacted her insurance company which 
was sending a tow truck. Some where the 
fuel line let go and the gas ran out. 

The vehicle was far enough off the road 
way officer cleared.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20177730
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
436 E SECOND ST A


Officers responded the above location for a 
needle laying on the sidewalk Officer 
located the needle, collected and properly 
disposed of it.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20177732
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Harassment
491 REILLY AVE B


Report of harassment at the above address. 

Upon arrival, the crossing guard advised 
that a male subject in a Red truck was 
yelling obscenities at her regarding parking 
lot issues at the above school. 

Officers checked the area for the truck, but 
was unable to locate it. She was advised 
that if there were any further problems to 
contact this department.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177733
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
518 WASHINGTON AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle parked on the roadway 
. Officers located the vehicle and spoke with 
the owner who stated they are only parking 
there because of the road work on their 
street.

The vehicle is valid and parked legally.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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lncident #: 20177734
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 

Officer was on routine patrol in the City of 
Salem and observed an orange colored 
Harley Davidson bearing Ohio motorcycle 
registration, 24YPB parked in front of 223 
E. State St.

Officer observed it parked in the same spot 
from yesterday, Wednesday, 10-25-17 and 
it appeared not to have been moved.

Officer placed a red warning on it for 
violating the 3hr parking down town along 
with placing a chalk mark on the front tire 
on the right side at 12:OO.

Officer did talk with the owner of the 
building who advised it was a tenant of his 
living upstairs. Officer advised him to let the 
owner know of the warning tag and it being 
chalked.



Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20177742
Date: Thursday, October 26,2017
123 N BROADWAY AVE
Protection Order Violation


Complainant: ANTHONY MARALDO

Officer responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant regarding a 
protection order violation. He advised that 
he has a protection order against his wife 
and a domestic violence protection order 
was also issued on today's date. He was at 
the bank with his three children when his 
wife showed up. The complainant advised 
that he placed their children in the 
manager's office since she would not 
immediately leave once she seen that they 
were there. 

The female reportedly knows she is to have 
no contact with her husband and children, 
but refused to leave until she completed her 
banking prior to the bank closing. 

The female in question had departed the 
area prior to this officer speaking with the 
complainant. He wanted the incident on file 
due to ongoing
problems and concerns.



Sgt. D. Green




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Thursday, October 26, 2017
08:47 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177711
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Ambulance Needed

Complainant: DISPATCH, EMT

Report of assistance needed at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the paramedics advised that a 
female driver was having chest pains and 
had her two children with her. The children 
were transported by this officer while the 
female subject was transported by EMT to 
the Salem E.R. The female subjects vehicle 
was removed from the roadway and parked 
by the train depot of S.Ellsworth Ave.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20177712
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Assist Perry Police
1680 S LINCOLN AVE


Officer responded to the above location and 
stood by while Perry Twp. P.D. officer 
removed two male subjects from a vehicle 
bearing fictitious plates.

The vehicle was searched and towed by 
Sinsley's Towing.

The owner/operator was cited and officer 
cleared.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177702
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Barking Dog
939 JEFFERSON AVE


Officer responded to the above location and 
could hear a dog barking from the back 
yard. Officer made contact at the front door 
and the female advised they were bringing 
the dog in at that time. Officer advised the 
female of the complaint.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177703
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Protection Order Violation
1200 E SIXTH ST A


Report of a possible protection order 
violation at the above address. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with 
administration and they were aware of the 
protection order on a male subject and to 
contact this department if he shows up at 
the above location.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20177704
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Theft

Complainant responded to this department 
to report a theft. She advised that a client 
had money stolen from the residence that 
they noticed missing on Friday 10-20-17. 

Further information was obtained and the 
complainant advised that they were going to 
speak with residents living in the home as 
well.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177706
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
180 OHIO AVE 6 


ARA CROWL, MATTHEW JASON 36048 
STATE ROUTE 30 LISBON, OH 44432 
9416 

Officer was stopped by a couple males 
parked in a parking lot on the corner of E. 
Pershing & Ohio Ave.

They were picking up a known female for 
work when she advised them her apartment 
had been broken into while she was away.

Officer met with her and she advised that 
she was arrested last night and while she 
was in jail person(s) unknown entered her 
apartment and "ran sacked it" because 
when she got home she found her 
belongings thrown through out the 
apartment.

While talking with the female the name of 
"Chuey" came up and officer asked about 
him. Matthew J. Crowl. She advised she 
knew him and that he was inside her 
apartment at this time.

Officer checked with Det. Sgt. Scheets via 
phone and he checked with the County and 
found there was an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County.

Officer made contact with Matthew "Chuey" 
Crowl and he was advised of the active 
warrant for him which he appeared to be 
aware of it. Mr. Crowl was taken into 
custody and transported to this department 
for processing.

Columbiana County confirmed the warrant 
and advised they were sending a deputy to 
pick him up.

Sgt Green and this officer processed for the 
warrant.

Arrested: Matthew J. Crowl 36048 State 
Route 30 Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Warrant: Failure to Appear Criminal 
Trespass charge



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177709
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Solicitor(s)
817 NEWGARDEN AVE


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found the older male subject in the 
800blk of Newgarden.

He advised they had a permit but, his boss 
"Gary" unknown last name had it with him.

Officer explained to him that all are to have 
a copy with them.

Officer had dispatch make contact with 
Zoning Officer up stairs in City Hall who 
advised that SFE did not have a permit.

Officer explained to the male subject Mr. 
Hanna that if he is found trying to solicit 
again and his boss then they would be 
cited. He advised he understood.

Officer gave him a ride to Speed Way 
where Gary was to pick him up.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177686
Date. Tuesday, October 24,2017
Traffic Offense
100 BLOCK N LINCOLN


While on patrol officers initiated a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for an equipment 
violation. During the stop the driver was 
found to have a suspended drivers license 
and the K9 did alert to the odor of narcotics. 
Nothing of significance was located in the 
vehicle and the driver was cited for driving 
under suspension. The owner of the vehicle 
did respond to drive the vehicle from the 
scene.


Cited: Brian J Schlupp
Address: 468 Aetna St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: DUS - Multiple



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177687
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
180 OHIO AVE 6


ARA HANDY, RONALD L 423 W 
PERSHING ST SALEM, OH 44460

Officers responded to the 100 block of Ohio 
Ave to check for a male with an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. Officers 
arrived and knocked on the door and the 
male did exit the rear of the building. The 
male failed initially failed to comply but was 
taken into custody shortly after. The male 
was also found to be in possession of a 
syringe. 

The male was taken to the Salem police 
station for processing and was later taken 
to the Columbiana County jail.


Arrested: Ronald L Handy Jr.
Address: 180 Ohio Ave Apt 6 Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Warrant - Possession of Drugs
Possession of Drug Abuse Instrument
Obstruction of Official Business



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177688
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept
1995 E STATE ST A


Complainant: CCSO

Officer stood by with deputy while he 
bringing a prisoner to the ER to be treated.



Lt Shafer



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lncident #: 20177689
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / OHIO AVE


Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location for a turn signal 
violation. Ptl. Garber arrived on scene and 
K9 Simon was deployed and did indicate to 
the odor of narcotics during the free air sniff 
of the vehicle.

A search of the vehicle was conducted and 
a small plastic bag tied in a knot which 
appeared to be from a tear off which was 
located in the drivers side door. The plastic 
baggie knot was collected. The driver was 
given a written warning for the violation. 
The tear off was brought back to this 
station, photographed and properly 
disposed of by this officer.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20177690
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Suspicious Obiect
OHIO AVE / E PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the area of Ohio Ave 
and E Pershing St for a red light flying over 
the stadium. 

Officer spoke with a school employee and 
he advised that they were using the drone 
to get night pictures of the stadium.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177691
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Drive Off
968 E S TATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: LESLIE 

Officer spoke with a complainant regarding 
theft from a business in the 900 block of E 
State St. The complainant advised that a 
male pumped $36.12 worth of gasoline 
before leaving without rendering payment. 

A report number was issued.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177692
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
180 OHIO AVE 6 


ARA SARCHIONE, TRACY A 180 OHIO 
AVE 6 SALEM, OH 44460

Officers responded to the 100 block of Ohio 
Ave for a warrant check. The female subject 
was taken into custody and transported to 
Salem Police Department where she was 
processed. 

She was then transported to Columbiana 
County Jail by CCSO.



Arrested: Tracy A. Sarchione
Address: 180 Ohio Ave, Apt. 6, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Warrant Arrest - Trafficking in 
Drugs



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177693
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
676 E THIRD ST


ARA CHESTNUT, KENDRA S 676 E. 3rd St 
SALEM, OH 44460 


Officers responded tot he above location on 
a warrant check. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
female in question, the warrant was 
confirmed and the female was taken into 
custody. 

The female was transported to this station 
for the booking process and later released 
to CCSO.


Arrested: Kendra S. Chestnut
676 E. 3rd St.
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant- Possession of Dangerous 
Drugs



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20177694
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
WATERWORTH PARK / SUNSET 

While on patrol officer did observe a vehicle 
parked in Memorial Park after closing 
hours. Officer did make contact with the 
subjects who were advised of park hours.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177696
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: Leetonia, PD

Officer assisted Leetonia PD with an OVI 
test at the PD. Officer assisted and cleared 
upon completion of the test.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177697
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
676 E THIRD ST


ARA CHESTNUT, CHEYANNE G 676 E 
THIRD ST SALEM, OH 44460

Complainant: CHEYANNE CHESTNUT,  
676 E THIRD ST SALEM, OH 44460

Female subject contacted the PD 
requesting why officers were asking about 
her location. She was asked to come to the 
PD ,but she declined. She then gave 
officers her address and officers went to her 
location. 

Upon speaking to her she was identified 
and advised that there was a warrant for 
her arrest. She was placed in 
custody,transported to the PD and 
processed. She was then released to 
CCSO.


arrested:
Cheyanne G Chestnut
676 East 3rd St.
Salem Oh 44460
charge
Warrant-Possession of Dangerous Drugs



Lt  Shafer



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Incident #: 20177698
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
W PERSHlNG ST / RAIL ROAD


While on patrol officer observed an 
occupied vehicle near the railroad tracks on 
W Pershing St. Officer did make contact 
with the subjects and found that the vehicle 
registration was expired and that there was 
a confiscation order for the license plates. 
The plates were confiscated and AAA 
responded to tow the vehicle from the 
scene.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177699
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
OVI Arrest
100 BLOCK OF N Lincoln Ave


ARA QUIXAN, MOISES JUAREZ 1265 
CEDAR RIDGE DR A SALEM, OH 44460 
3865

Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 100 
block of N Lincoln Ave for a marked lanes 
violation. The driver was found to be 
intoxicated and administered field sobriety. 

There was a language barrier with the 
driver and Pastor Eric was called to the 
scene to help translate. The driver was 
taken into custody for OVI and transported 
to Salem Police Department. Pastor Eric 
parked the vehicle in a public parking lot. 
The driver was processed and booked
and issued his paperwork with the 
assistance of Pastor Eric. The driver was 
then released into Pastor Eric's custody and 
he provided him a ride to his residence 
inside the city.


Arrested: Moises Juarez Quixan
Address: 1265 Cedar Ridge Dr, Apt A, 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511. 19Al a and Failure 
to Drive in Marked Lanes ORC 4511.33A1



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177700
Date: Wednesday, October 25,2017
Vandalism / Desecration
445 CONTINENTAL DR 21


Complainant: CHRISTOPER JOHNSON

Officer responded to the above location for 
a vandalism report. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that his 
apartment door and window had been 
egged. Complainant advised he did not see 
anyone throw the eggs, but believes it may 
have been someone that lives in the same 
complex.



Ptl. D. Young



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Wednesday, October 25, 2017
08:09 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177685
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Speak To Officer
1190 FAIRVlEW AVE


Complainant: THOMAS HAYS

Officer(s) responded to the 1100 block of 
Fairview for a reported speak with officer. 
On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
he was concerned about some of the 
neighborhood children going through his 
back yard after school. Officers responded 
to the home of the children in question and 
spoke with their parent. The man stated that 
the children will use the sidewalk in the 
future. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177683
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
Dog At Large 
207 ROSE AVE


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a dog at large. 

Upon arrival, officers located the dog on his 
property but noticed he was unsecured. The 
owner did respond and secure the dog. The 
owner stated the dog slipped his chain. The 
owner was advised the consequences of 
further violations.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177681
Date: Tuesday, October 24,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
192 W FOURTH ST


Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
Fourth St for a breaking and entering report. 
The resident advised he woke up to 
someone attempting to enter his front door 
and side window. 

Officers checked the immediate area 
around the residence and everything 
appeared to be secure. Officers also 
checked the surrounding area but did not 
locate anyone. The resident was advised to 
contact the police department if he noticed 
anyone suspicious in the area.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177680
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Check Well Being
1269 MAPLE ST


Complainant: TIFFANY DARIN

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Maple to check the well being of a female. 
The complainant advised that the female 
was behaving oddly and would not come 
out of her home. Officers were able to make 
contact with the female was found to be 
having a medical issue. 

The Salem FD and EMT did respond and 
the female was transported to the hospital 
by EMT. 

A bottle of prescription pills located in the 
home was found to not belong to the female 
in question and that matter is under further 
investigation.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177679
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / S BROADWAY A 


Officer initiated a traffic stop on E State St 
near N Broadway Ave with a silver sedan. 
The driver gave consent to search the 
vehicle and nothing was located inside the 
vehicle. The registered owner was given a 
warning for expired registration.



Ptl. E. Perry


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lncident #: 20177675
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Ambulance Needed
2350 E STATE ST E
CONVENIENCE STORE

Complainant: TODD JENSEN

Officers responded to the above location for 
an ambulance needed call. Complainant 
advised his co-worker was having a 
possible seizure.

 Upon arrival, the subject was located in the 
rear of the store and did appear to be 
suffering from a medical issue. The subject 
was transported to Salem ER by EMT for 
medical treatment.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20177674
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Person To Be Removed
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers responded to Walmart for a report 
of persons to be removed. Officers arrived 
and spoke to asset protection who advised 
that several juveniles were destroying and 
tampering with merchandise that was not 
purchased. Officers did speak with the 
juveniles and advised them to cease their 
activities in the store or that Walmart could 
trespass them for the store.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177673
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
244 PARK AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 block of Park 
Ave for a report of a tree down in the 
roadway. Flares were placed on the 
roadway to alert traffic until the street 
department arrived and remove the tree.


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177672
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Person With A Knife
185 W THIRTEENTH ST


Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
13th St for a report of a domestic involving 
a person with a knife. The third party 
complainant advised that someone was 
reportedly threatening another with a knife. 

Officers arrived and spoke with both 
subjects involved and found that the 
complainants story was not accurate. 

Information was gathered and officers 
cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177668
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2551 LEXlNGToN AVE 34


Complainant: MARK SEAMAN

Officer responded to the Salem Commons 
apartments to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that him and a 
known female subject got into an altercation 
and she shoved him. The matter is under 
investigation.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20177667
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Child Custody Dispute
 996 FRANKLIN AVE

Officer spoke with a subject on station 
reference to a custody dispute. Officer 
advised the subject the incident or possible 
crime was not occurring in the City, to 
attempt to pick up her child and call the 
agency in that venue if there are any 
problems. Officer cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Tuesday, October 24, 2017
07:41 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177661
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
1420 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 1400 block of 
North Lincoln for a report of wires down. 

On arrival officers located phone lines on 
top of unit # 1. Unit # 1 had been pulling off 
of East 14th St onto North Lincoln when the 
vehicle struck low hanging wires. This 
action caused unit # 1 to pull down the 
wires in question. 

The Salem FD arrived on scene and the 
wires were removed from unit # 1. There 
were no reported injuries and unit # 1 was 
driven from the scene. Officers cleared.


Unit # 1 / owner / CCH Solid Waste Dis
driver / Curtis Frase
vehicle / 2017 Autocar



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177659
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
428 E SCHOOL ST


Officers investigated a domestic situation 
on E. School St. 

Upon arrival parties were separate and had 
conflicting stories on who became 
aggressive first. Officers took photos and 
statements and advised parties to remain 
clam and apart and cause no further breach 
of the peace. Matter to be reviewed by 
prosecutors office for possible chargels. 



Banar901



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lncident #: 20177649
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal


Complainant: CHRIS SCHMIDT


Police responded to the 100 block of N. 
Broadway Ave for an animal complaint. The 
complainant advised a male subject was 
chasing his dog. 

Once the male caught the dog the male 
supposedly struck the dog. 

Police searched the area for the male and 
was unable to make contact.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177650
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Ambulance Needed
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SIXTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


Officers responded to the corner of East 
Sixth Street and N. Ellsworth Ave. for an 
unknown problem. 

Upon arrival contact was made with a 
female on the sidewalk who was upset and 
crying. The female stated that she was 
approximately seven (7) months pregnant 
and was in extreme pain due to her falling 
on her buttocks in the yard. The Salem FD 
First Responders and KLG Ambulance 
responded to the scene. KLG transported 
the female to Salem Hospital. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. D. Miller



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Incident #: 20177651
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
500 block of E. Fourth St. 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 


Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
Fourth St. in regards to a black Chevy 
Suburban parked on the curb lawn. Upon 
arrival no Chevy Suburban was located but 
did observe a black Ford Bronco parked 
legally on the roadway. Officers cleared.



Ptl. D. Miller



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lncident #: 20177652
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Theft
2337 OAK ST


Complainant: TRICIA WATSON

Officers responded to 2337 Oak Street for a 
theft report. 

Upon arrival contact was made with the 
complainant who advised that a female with 
whom she lives in the same residence with 
had stolen her black North Face jacket 
approximately one week ago. Complainant 
further advised that on today's date she 
located her jacket in the basement of the 
home where the other female resides. 

A written statement was taken from the 
complainant and investigation is pending.



Ptl. D. Miller




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lncident #: 20177653
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Suspicious Activity
192 ROOSEVELT AVE


Complainant: GLENDA KOLOFBARY

Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of 
Roosevelt Ave. to check the area for 
suspicious activity due to the complainants 
dogs barking for a long period of time. 

Officer responded and checked the area 
and checked the complainants property. No 
suspicious activity was located.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177654
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Police responded to Walmart where store 
personnel had detained two male adults for 
shop lifting. Males attempted to leave the 
store without paying for in excess of one 
hundred dollars worth of items. 

Subjects were taken into custody 
transported to Salem PD for processing and 
then incarcerated in the Columbiana County 
Jail pending arraignment.


Jared R. Texter
627 112 N. Lincoln Ave.
Salem, Ohio 44460
charge: theft


Austin J. Shutler
627 112 N. Lincoln Ave.
Salem, Ohio 44460
charge: theft



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Incident #: 20177655
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
465 NEWGARDEN AVE


While on patrol officer observed the interior 
lights on in a vehicle at a closed business. 
Officer checked the vehicle and affirmed the 
doors were secure. The rest of the lot was 
checked and nothing appeared out of order.


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20177656
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Intoxicated Driver
175 W STATE ST 


Officer responded to the area of E. State St. 
for a report of a possible intoxicated driver 
entering into the City near Walmart. Officer 
located the vehicle, a Chevy Tk. with a cap 
on it. Officer initiated a traffic stop with the 
truck in the Speedway parking lot and made 
contact with the driver. 

The driver was identified and advised of the 
complaint and found not to be intoxicated or 
consuming any alcohol. He was sent on his 
way and officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20177665
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Criminal Mischief
550 E STATE ST

Complainant: WILLIAM DAWES

Officer spoke with the complainant via 
telephone in reference to a criminal 
mischief complaint. Complainant advised 
that on a daily basis the juvenile subject 
comes by his business and knocks over the 
potted plants outside. He also states that 
the juvenile subject also walks by and 
makes faces at his staff after already being 
advised to stop. 

Officers will make contact with the juvenile 
subject and advise her to cease in her 
actions.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20177664
Date: Monday, October 23,2017
Accidental Damage
1085 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: MARTIN BOOTHE

Unit 1 2005 Chevy truck - Fixed object 
struck: mailbox at 1085 Jennings Ave.


Complainant advised he was driving south 
on Jennings near either 1081 or 1085 
Jennings when his right (passenger) side 
outer mirror struck a mailbox there. He 
described the mailbox to me as being brass 
or copper and that it was out on the road 
about one and a half feet to two feet, past 
the curb. 

I took photos of the damaged mirror and 
then went to 1085 Jennings Ave. and found 
the described mailbox. It appeared to have 
been hit recently with the truck's mirror 
portion of the side mirror still on the street. 
The mailbox was freshly damaged and bent 
with the door half way down and wet mail 
inside. (currently raining) 

I talked with the residents there at 1085 
Jennings and they advised it happened in 
late August earlier this year and no police 
report was made to their knowledge. They 
talked with the post office who advised 
them the regulations of posting a mailbox 
near the road. They then posted the 
mailbox according to how they understood 
the directions from the post office. 

Today it appeared the box was over about a 
half a foot, into the street. I did not see 
where any tire marks were on the curb or 
curb lawn area. I also took photos of the 
mailbox and filed this report. Residents felt 
it was the same person who hit the box as 
they were both white trucks with black side 
mirrors.



Ptl. Banar901



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Incident #: 20177662
Date Monday, October 23,2017
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Private property accident no OH-1

Officer(s) responded to the 2400 block of 
East State St for a reported single vehicle 
vs pedestrian accident. Unit # 1 had been 
traveling through the parking lot of the 
business when it struck unit # 2. Unit # 2 
was taken to the ER by a family member 
with unknown injuries.

Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Florence Stark
vehicle / 1992 Buick

Unit # 2 / pedestrian / Victim MARY RICE



Ptl R Keister



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Monday, October 23, 2017
08:04 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177640
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Speak To Officer
238 ROSE AVE

Complainant: MICHAEL PIERRE


Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with a complainant about an incident 
that happened last night about their vehicle 
getting damaged. Officers spoke with both 
parties involved and an agreement was 
made about getting the vehicle fixed.


Ptl. M. Wirkner



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lncident #: 20177643
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Speak To Officer
775 W WILSON ST

Complainant: DONALD TOMLIN

Report of speak with officer at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
when he came home today he found two 
subjects in his tree and that they had cut 
down several branches. The subjects 
advised that the owner of 765 W. Wilson 
had payed them to cut down the branches 
due to the branches being on the roof of the 
residence. 

Complainant advised that he did not think it 
was right that they came on his property 
without permission and cut down the 
branches. 

Complainant was advised that this was 
possibly a civil issue but would forward the 
incident to the Columbiana County 
Prosecutors Office for review.



Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20177644
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Follow Up Or Investigation


Officers were investigating a stolen bicycle 
report from 10-21 -17 at 1647 hrs. (Report # 
20177631) The bicycle in question was 
ultimately located on the same date at 2331 
hrs and returned to the owner (Report # 
20177638).

Information was obtained on a suspected 
juvenile responsible for taking the bicycle. 
On today's date, the father of the juvenile 
contacted this department to ascertain any 
information. He was advised to bring his 
son in so this officer could speak with him. 
Once the parents and juvenile arrived, they 
were advised of the investigation. The 
juvenile, in the presence of his parents 
admitted to stealing the bicycle. He was 
ultimately charged with delinquency (thefl) 
and they were advised that this 
departments juvenile division would be 
contacting them.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177645
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Unruly / Delinquent
1781 RIDGEWOOD DR


Complainant: LOUIS HUYGHE

Report of an unruly juvenile at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the 
complainant and he advised that his 
teenage son is being unruly. This officer 
spoke with the juvenile, advised him of the 
error of his ways and the consequences of 
his actions. He understood and the 
complainant was advised of his options if he 
chooses to pursue any other behavior 
issues with his son.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20177646
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Recovered Property


Complainant: RICHARD MASTERS

The complainant responded to this 
department with a wallet he located on 
Dodge Dr. Officer attempted to make 
contact with the owner, via public service as 
well as responded to the listed address. It 
was discovered that the owner no longer 
resides at the address listed on the driver's 
license. The wallet was placed into lost and 
found until the owner could be located.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177639
Date: Sunday, October 22,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
459 ROSE AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to a 91 1 call that a fight 
was heard in the background. Upon arrival 
police spoke with one of the subjects 
involved who stated it was only a shoving 
match and the other subject left. 

The subject officers spoke to had dropped 
his glasses and lost a lens, which police 
located and gave back to him. No injuries 
reported at time of call and police cleared.


Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Incident #: 20177638
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Recovered Bicycle
464 E EIGHTH ST

Officers recovered a stolen bicycle in the 
400 block of E. 8th St. from 
lncident#20177631. The bicycle was found 
to have stickers removed from the bicycle. 
Digital photos were taken of the bicycle and 
the owners of the bicycle responded to the 
scene took possession of the bicycle.

 A possible suspects name and contact 
information was obtained and investigation 
and charges are pending in the original 
incident.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177637
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Skaters / Bicycles In Roadway
491 REILLY AVE H


Officer on patrol observed a male riding a 
bicycle in the center of the roadway 
travelling east bound in the 800 block of E 
Pershing St. Officer made contact with the 
male and he was advised to keep the 
bicycle on the right side of the roadway. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177636
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
536 WALNUT ST


Complainant: WILLIAM TOMLIN

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Walnut Street for a dispute. Officers 
responded and spoke with the complainant 
as well as a male and female subject. The 
complainant advised that the female subject 
is upset at another female inside his 
residence who had an affair with her 
husband. 

The complainant advised the female subject 
was yelling through a window to his 
apartment at the other female and tried 
pushing in his window air conditioner. The 
complainant advised he just wanted the 
female to leave or stop bothering him. 

Officer spoke with the female subject who 
denied the complainants allegations. The 
female subject and her husband left the 
area.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177635
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Ambulance Needed
499 CONTINENTAL DR A

Complainant: FD DEPT, SALEM 

Report of an unknown medical incident at 
the above address. Officers responded and 
the female at the residence advised that 
everything was okay. She stated that a 
young male juvenile who resides at the 
residence must be transported to the 
hospital by ambulance due to a medical 
condition. Officers cleared as medical 
personnel arrived.


Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177634
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
501 CONTINENTAL DR


Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant on a male who had been known to 
reside at the above location.

Officers made contact with the current 
tenant who advised that the subject is 
incarcerated Lorain County, OH.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177633
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1614 MERLE RD

Complainant: SUSAN SMITH

Officers responded to the 1600 block of 
Merle Rd in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant advised that she saw a few 
juveniles outside her residence and they 
appeared that they were going to throw 
bags of leaves onto the roadway. 

Officers checked the area but, were unable 
to locate anyone in the area. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177632
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Robbery Reported 
981 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Police responded to the 900 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave for a report of an attempted 
Robbery. Employees stated that the male 
suspect had already fled the scene. Officers 
searched the area for the suspect and were 
unable to locate. While speaking with 
employees they advised that the suspect 
requested money and made threats to harm 
employees. 

The suspect departed without money and 
left the area in an older model SUV. 
Investigation pending.


Ptl Osberg



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Sunday, October 22, 2017
07:04 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177603
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Accident Private Property
1125 E STATE ST 
CIRCLE K EAST
GAS STATION


UNIT 1 DRIVER ANOLA HULL , SALEM, 
OH


UNIT 2 DRIVER EDITH DEVINE , SALEM, 
OH


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a two vehicle private property 
accident. Unit #1 backed outof a parking 
spot and struck Unit #2. Unit #2 was parked 
in a proper spot getting fuel. Both vehicles 
had minor damage and were able to be 
driven from the scene. 

Due to a private property accident the driver 
of Unit #1 was not cited.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20177610
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Fight
W PERSHING ST / S HOWARD ST


Officers were dispatched to the intersection 
of S Howard Ave and W Pershing St in 
reference to a fight. 

Upon arrival, officers observed 
approximately 12-15 subjects in the area 
but, there was no physical fight. The 
subjects were yelling at another male's 
residence and taunting him to come outside 
and fight. Officers spoke with one of the 
male subjects who advised that he was 
upset because that male had attempted to 
sell him narcotics. 

All parties were advised to cease their 
actions and move away from the male's 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20177620
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
264 BROOKLYN AVE


Complainant: MICHAEL FISHER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle break in. Officers 
spoke with the complainant who stated 
multiple items were taken from his vehicle 
sometime overnight. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20177621
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Littering / Dumping
240 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: JOHN FLOYD


The complainant responded to this 
department to report a shopping cart was 
left in his front yard. 

The Salem FD picked up the cart and 
transported it to this department. The store 
name on the cart was not to any local 
businesses, therefore it was unknown at the 
time of report where it was taken from.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177622
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF HIGHLAND AVE


Complainant: NICHOLAS MARROULIS

Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the complainant who advised he 
didn't know if they were coming today to 
finish the paving but there was no parking 
signs still up.

Officer issued the first vehicle GNF4415 a 
ticket for parking on the east side of the 
road facing north where there is no parking 
any time all year long.

The other two vehicles GOU3099 & 
FSD9561 were ticketed for parking during a 
no parking placement of no parking signs 
issued by this department.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177623
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
911 Hang-Up Call
552 WALNUT ST A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a 91 1 hang up call. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated his cousin got 
drunk and he wanted him to leave his 
residence, Officers escorted the male 
subject from the residence and gave him a 
ride to his residence.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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lncident #: 20177624
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
664 S UNION AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Police responded to the 600 block of S. 
Union Ave for a possible B&E. The caller 
advised that a male subject that did not live 
there was getting into a shed. When officers 
arrived contact was made with the male. 
The subject advised he was cleaning out 
items for the people moving from that 
residence. 

Officers were able to contact the current 
resident who advised officers the male had 
permission. Officers then cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177626
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Fight
339 NEWGARDEN AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a reported fight. Upon arrival, no physical 
violence actually took place, but rather a 
verbal argument with residents in the 
neighborhood. 

All parties involved were advised that due to 
this being an ongoing problem and this 
department being continuously called that 
they will be facing charges if they don't 
cease their actions and disorderly behavior. 
They all separated and went to their near by 
residences.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177627
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Criminal Trespassing
177 VINE AVE


Complainant: MARYANN MANNING

Report of 3 male juveniles climbing on the 
complainants roof along with a neighboring 
business. Officers checked the area and 
spoke with the complainant. She advised 
that they had left the area walking 
eastbound. 

Officers checked for the individuals, but it 
was unknown where they went.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177628
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
911 Hang-up Call
663 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of 
Woodland Ave in reference to a 911 call 
with an open phone line.

Dispatch advised that it sounded like a child 
on the other end of the call. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with a 
resident, who was advised of the issue. He 
advised that a young child in the residence 
had gotten hold of a cell phone and dialed 
the number. Officer observed the child to 
have the phone in her hand and she 
appeared to be okay. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177630
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Suspicious Object
1002 JENNlNGS AVE


Complainant: TRAVIS WALLACE

Officer was dispatched to the 1000 block of 
Jennings Ave for a suspicious object report. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
complainant who advised that when he 
returned from work, a tape measure, which 
had been extremely damaged, was sitting 
on his back porch. He advised that the tape 
measure was not on his property when he 
left for work. 

Complainant advised that he has a 
neighbor who is elderly and is suffering 
from a mental illness and thought that 
maybe that neighbor had placed the tape 
measure on his property. 

Officer made contact with the neighbor's 
husband who advised that he accidentally 
ran over the tape measure with a lawn 
mower and believed that it belonged next 
door. Officer cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177631
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Stolen Bicycle
491 REILLY AVE H


Complainant: KIMBERLY PAPADEONISE

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with a juvenile regarding his bicycle 
that was stolen. He advised that he was 
playing at Reilly stadium prior to the time of 
report and his bicycle was parked inside the 
stadium. He stated that a male jumped on 
his bicycle and stole it, riding it northbound 
from the area. 

Officer spoke with a parent of the juvenile 
and further information was obtained on the 
color, make and model. The information 
was passed onto other officers and the 
bicycle will be attempted to be located.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177619
Date: Saturday, October 21,2017
Dog At Large 
E STATE ST / HAWLEY AVE


Complainant: JUDITH WILSON

Officer was dispatched to E. State Street 
and Hawley Ave. for a dog at large. Officer 
responded and met with the complainant 
who advised that she was delivering news 
papers and a small dog jumped in to her 
vehicle. 

The dog was found to reside in the 1100 
block of Cleveland St. and officer 
transported the dog there. 

Contact was made with a male subject who 
advised that he just got home from work 
and the dog ran out the door. The subject 
advised that the dog belongs to his mother 
in law. The subject advised that a citation 
will be issued to the owner if the problem 
persists.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177614
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Natural Gas Leak
1212 N ELLSWORTH AVE


While on patrol officer was flagged over by 
several individuals in the 1200 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for an odor of Natural Gas. 
Officer was also able to detect the odor 
which seemed to be originating from near a 
driveway where recent excavation had been 
filled in. 

A resident had already notified Columbia 
Gas. Dispatch notified Salem FD of the 
complaint and they subsequently 
responded to check on the odor as well. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177613
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Open Burning
284 E FOURTH ST 1E


Complainant: LANA BILLITER

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
E Fourth St in regards to an open burning 
problem. Complainant advised that the 
subjects were burning plastic. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the subjects 
about the complaint.

The Salem Fire Department responded and 
advised the subjects of the city's burning 
ordinance. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177612
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Debris In Roadway
2300 BLOCK OF E. State Street

Officer was dispatched to the 2300 block of 
E. State Street for debris in the roadway. 
Officer responded and found that some 
lumber fell out of the bed of a truck. The 
driver of the truck had most of the lumber 
picked up upon arriving and the roadway 
was clear.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20177611
Date Friday, October 20,2017
Menacing / Threats
205 S HOWARD AVE


Complainant: Edward Smith

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
S. Howard Avenue for a disturbance where 
threats were made.

Officers responded and the complainant 
advised that several people walked passed 
his house again making obscene gestures 
and then two males came back towards his 
property and started yelling at him making 
threats.

The complainant advised this is a 
continuation of incident #20177610 and the 
subjects are mad at his son.

Officers spoke with a female and two male 
individuals also involved and they stated 
that the complainants son yelled at them as 
they were walking by which started the 
incident. All parties were advised to stay 
away from the other and if their actions 
continued charges would be filed.



Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20177609
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Misc / Unknown Problem 
361 N BROADWAY AVE


Officer responded to the above location and 
observed the male subject sitting up in the 
yard at 361 N. Broadway.

Officer talked with him and found that it was 
his birthday and he was celebrating but 
couldn't make it home so he called a cab 
and they were on their way to get him.

He appeared to be under the influence of 
an alcoholic beverage but he advised NO 
drugs.

Officer talked with the complainant and she 
advised why she made contact with this 
department. He was laying on the ground 
not moving and she feared he may have 
been over dosing. Officer assured her she 
did the right thing and that Paul's cab was 
on their way.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20177608
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
1680 S LINCOLN AVE


Officer responded to the above location and 
found that the crash had occurred in Perry 
Township. One vehicle was north bound on 
S. Lincoln and the other came off of 
Chestnut Grove Rd. making a right hand 
turn to head south on S. Lincoln striking the 
north bound vehicle with it's front then 
continued on south bound leaving behind 
it's front license plate.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20177606
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
180 HAWLEY AVE

Complainant: NICOLE LEE

Report of a B&E at the above address. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that 
some time over night someone had entered 
her garage and went through her personal 
belongings in the garage. Nothing appeared 
to be missing at the time and just wanted 
the incident documented in case anything 
was found to be missing.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177605
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF PENN AVE


Complainant: EMILY ELLSWORTH


Report of a vehicle parked for over an hour 
in a 20 minute parking loading zone. Officer 
observed the vehicle and the complainant 
confirmed that it has been parked at the 
location for quite some time. A parking 
ticket was issued to the vehicle.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177604
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Suspicious Object
W WILSON ST / RAILROAD CR


Report that a male individual placed a blue 
duffel bag into a barrel on W. Wilson st. 
near the railroad tracks and then quickly 
fled the area on foot. 

Officers located the bag and it was only 
found to contain personal clothing. The 
individual reportedly responsible was not 
located to ascertain why he placed the 
clothing at the location.



Sgt. D. Green



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Saturday, October 21, 2017
09:00 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177600
Date: Friday, October 20,2017
Traffic Offense
1995 E STATE ST A


ARA MORGAN, SAMANTHA LYNN 1770 
PAINTER RD SALEM, OH 44460


Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop in the 
1900 block of E State St for a moving 
violation. 

Upon speaking to the driver, the officer 
detected the smell of marijuana coming 
from inside of the vehicle. Officer 
subsequently called for the Salem Police 
Department's K9 Simon to respond. Officers 
then advised the female driver to step out of 
the vehicle multiple times in which she 
refused to exit the vehicle. The female later 
exited the vehicle after being told to do so 
numerous times by officers. 

The female driver was then detained and 
placed in the rear of a Salem Police 
Department cruiser. 

K9 Simon did subsequently indicate the 
presence of a narcotic odor coming from 
the vehicle. Officers then performed a 
probable cause search of the vehicle and 
did locate suspected marijuana from the 
vehicle. Upon searching the vehicle officers 
did also locate a large amount of 
prescription medications and two rolled 
dollar bills with blue powder residue on the 
dollar bills. 

The female was subsequently advised that 
she was under arrest for Obstruction of 
Official Business and Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia.

The female was then transported to the 
Salem Police Department for booking and 
processing and was then transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail. The female was 
also issued a traffic citation for Speeding 
Offenses and a Minor Misdemeanor for 
Possession of Marijuana.

Kaiser Towing removed the vehicle from the 
scene.


Arrested: Samantha L Morgan
Address: (LKA) 1770 Painter Road, Salem, 
Ohio, 44460
Charge(s): Speeding Offenses 42/25 (ORC 
4511.21)
Possession of Less than 200 grams of 
Marijuana (ORC 2925.11C5)(MM)
Obstruction of Official Business (ORC 
2921.31)(M2)
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (ORC 
2925.14Cl) (M4)



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20177598
Date: Thursday, October 19,2017
Domestic In Progress
944 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: JACQUELINE NOEL

Officer responded to the 900 block of E. 
Fourth St. to take a report of a domestic. 
The complainant advised officer that her 
and her boyfriend had gotten into a verbal 
altercation and he started throwing objects 
inside the residence. The male half left for 
the evening.


Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20177597
Date: Thursday, October 19,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
205 S HOWARD AVE

ARA COLLINS, KHALIS JAVONNE 1327 
OHIO AVE NE CANTON, OH 44705

Officers responded to the 200 block of S 
Howard Ave to follow up with residents 
regarding a drug overdose that occurred 
earlier in the day. 

During the follow up officers gained 
information that a potentially wanted male 
was inside the residence. Officers did gain 
consent to search the residence and did 
locate the male inside. The male failed to 
obey commands to show himself and was 
taken into custody for obstruction of official 
business. The male was identified and was 
found to have multiple active warrants out 
of Columbiana County. The male was taken 
to the police station and was later released 
to a Columbiana County Sheriffs deputy. 

Further search did yield narcotics and 
paraphernalia inside the room where the 
male had been. The matter will be turned 
over to the Columbiana County DTF for 
further investigation.


Arrested: Khalis J Collins
Address: 1327 Ohio Ave NE Canton, OH 
44705
Charge: Warrants FTA Drug Possession
Obstruction of Official Business




Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177594
Date: Thursday, October 19,2017
Drug Overdose
205 S HOWARD AVE


Officers responded with the Salem FD to a 
reported overdose in the 200 block of S. 
Howard Ave. Officers assisted the Salem 
FD and KLG ambulance. Officers secured 
evidence in plain view and cleared without 
incident.

The subject was served with his overdose 
paperwork at the Salem ER.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177593
Date: Thursday, October 19,2017
Stolen Vehicle
1270 SOUTHEAST BLVD 44


Complainant: JESSICA YEAGER

Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
police station regarding a stolen vehicle. 
The complainant advised that someone 
took her vehicle over the weekend without 
permission and had yet to return it. 

Officer did gather the information and 
attempted to have the vehicle entered into 
LEADS as missing. 

LEADS did alert that the vehicle had been 
impounded by the Austintown Police 
Department. 

The complainant was advised of such and 
the matter is under investigation.



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20177592
Date: Thursday, October 19,2017
Assault
1712 S LINCOLN AVE A B C


Complainant: SALLEE KENISTON

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that her 3 year 
old daughter came home from headstart 
today with a minor visible injury on the back 
of her neck.

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177590
Date: Thursday, October 19,2017
Solicitor(s)
312 W WILSON ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 300 block of W. 
Wilson St. for a report of several subjects 
soliciting. Officers were able to locate the 
subjects and advise them they needed to 
stop operations until they get a permit from 
city hall.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20177586
Date: Thursday, October 19,2017
 Smoke Investigation
285 W PERSHING ST


While on patrol officer noticed a large 
amount of smoke coming from the back 
yard of a residence in the 200 block of W. 
Pershing St. 

Officer and FD advised a male subject that 
lived at the residence that you can only 
burn dry seasonal firewood within the city. 
The male subject was given a verbal 
warning for burning a chair.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Friday, October 20, 2017
06:46 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177588
Date: Thursday, October 19,2017
Menacing / Threats
892 SUMMIT ST

Complainant: LORRAINE UTTER

Complainant on station to report an incident 
involving threats. The complainant advised 
a family member received a phone call from 
her ex in which he threatened to steal the 
complainant's vehicle and make her come 
back to Indiana with him. The complainant 
recently ended a relationship with her ex-
boyfriend and moved back to Ohio. 

The complainant was advised to contact 
Salem PD if the subject does in fact attempt 
to make contact and she was also informed 
of her option of pursuing a civil restraining 
order.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20177571
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
Theft
1136 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the 11 00 block of E 
State St for a report of a theft. Officers 
arrived and found that a female had stolen 
money from a vehicle that was in the lot of a 
local business. The female since fled but 
employees of the business were able to 
show officers the video surveillance. 

Using the surveillance footage and an 
address on a prescription officers did locate 
the female at an address in the 400 block of 
Sharp. The female was taken into custody 
for theft. The victim was later contacted to 
come and retrieve his property.


Arrested: Jennifer S Lawrence
Address: 449 Sharp Ave Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Theft



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177573
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
589 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: MELANIE STURGELL

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Woodland Ave. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that her 15 
year old daughter will not listen. 

Officer spoke to the juvenile and advised 
her of the consequences if she continues 
on the path she is on.



Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20177575
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
Possible Scam


Complainant: SALINA MARTINEZ,  
OSCEOLA STREET, WESTMINSTER, CO 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she 
received a bill in her name from a 
collections agency stating she owed money 
from being at the Salem Regional Medical 
Center, but she lives in a different state and 
has never been to Salem. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J Brooks



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Incident #: 20177576
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
CEDAR RIDGE DR / SOUTHEAST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the area of Cedar 
Ridge and Southeast Blvd for a report of a 
dog at large. Officer arrived and did locate 
the dog with a passerby. The humane 
officer did respond to retrieve the dog.




Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177578
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
673 E THIRD ST


Complainant: WALTER SNEAD

Officer on patrol was flagged down by the 
complainant in the 600 block of E Third St 
in regards to a reported breaking and 
entering. The male complainant advised 
officers that sometime during the day 
someone had entered his home and had 
taken two televisions from inside. 

Officer gathered information and gave the 
complainant a report number in regards to 
the incident. 

This incident is under investigation.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20177580
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
Assist Perry Police


Complainant: PERRY, TWP 


Officer assisted Perry Township PD with an 
OVI test at the station. Officer did run the 
test and then cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Thursday, October 19, 2017
06:37 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177557
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1113 ETHIRD ST


Unit 2- Owner/Operator Herbert Nesselrotte

Unit 1- Owner/Operator Eric Biggins


TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

Officer was dispatched to the 1100 block of 
E Third St in reference to a two vehicle 
traffic accident. 

Upon arrival, officer observed the driver of 
Unit 1 to have blood on his arms. The 
Salem Fire Department First Responders 
and EMT Ambulance were requested to the 
scene, but the operator denied treatment. 
Unit 1 was travelling west bound on E Third 
St, while Unit 2 was travelling east bound. 
Unit 1 veered left of center west bound, in 
order to pass a parked vehicle, while Unit 2 
was travelling at the same location east 
bound. 

This resulted in both units striking their 
driver's side mirrors off of each other. Both 
Unit 1 and Unit 2 sustained minor damage 
to the mirrors. 

Both vehicles were driven from the scene 
and no citations were issued. Officer 
cleared. \

Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177560
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Accident With Injury
E STATE ST / SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: RANDOLPH, ESTHER L 
15022 EMERICK RD KENSINGTON, OH 
44427 9781 (330) 933-4105


Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
E. State Street and Southeast Blvd. for a 
motor vehicle accident.

Officer responded and observed two 
females laying on a sidewalk at the 
intersection and requested first responders 
and an ambulance service.
 
Officer observed a green Ford Escape and 
black GMC Terrain in the middle of the 
intersection with disabling damage to both. 

Officer made contact with the female 
juvenile driver of the Ford Escape who 
advised that she was heading east on E. 
State Street and was proceeding though the 
intersection at Southeast Blvd. with a green 
traffic signal for E. State Street traffic. The 
driver stated that the black GMC Terrain 
was on Southeast Blvd. and pulled out on to 
E. State Street when Southeast Blvd. traffic 
had a red light. She stated she struck the 
left side of the GMC Terrain with the front of 
her Ford Escape. 

The damage was photographed. Officer 
also spoke with two female passengers that 
had been in the Ford Escape and they 
advised the accident happened as 
described by the driver. Both passengers 
were transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center by EMT Ambulance. Officer 
spoke with the female driver of the GMC 
Terrain who advised she was on Southeast 
Blvd. facing north and was stopped at the 
intersection for E. State Street.

She stated her traffic signal turned to a 
green left turn arrow and she proceeded to 
turn left to go west on E. State Street when 
the left side of her vehicle was struck by the 
driver of the Ford Escape which had been 
heading east on E. State Street. Neither 
driver reported injuries. 

Sinsley towing responded to remove the 
Ford Escape and Mel's Towing responded 
for the GMC Terrain. 

Written statements were obtained by all 
parties involved due to the conflicting 
statements by the occupants of both 
vehicles. No citation was issued due to 
being unable to determine who was at fault.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20177570
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment 
1518 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: HANNA MORAN

Complainant on station to report 
harassment. The complainant advised a 
known female was messaging other people 
about her. The complainant was advised 
her options in dealing with the situation.



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Incident #: 20177568
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
Accident Private Property
1761 E STATE ST 
BURGER KING FOOD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Unit #1 Owner/Operator -  ASHLEY ADAMS

Unit #2 Operator Madelme H. Penfold  -  
Owner WILLIAM PENFOLD 

Two Vehicle Private Property Accident 
Property Damage Only


Unit #2 was traveling northbound in the lot 
after receiving an order from the drive thru. 
Unit #1 was pulled to the side facing 
northbound in the drive thru lane awaiting 
her order. Unit #1 received her order and 
failed to observe unit #2 was traveling 
beside her before attempting to pull away.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177569
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
Theft
290 OHIO AVE

Complainant: HEATHER SANDOE

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
Ohio for a reported theft. On arrival officers 
spoke with the complainant.

The complainant stated that she believes a 
family member had taken her child's lap top 
from the residence without permission. 
Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177553
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Abandoned / Junk MV
2059 MONROE ST 16 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Complainant called and advised of a vehicle 
that has been left abandoned in the parking 
area for the apartments at the above 
location. The complainant further stated that 
the owner of the vehicle had moved out 
approximately two months ago and left the 
vehicle. The complainant was advised of his 
options in dealing with the vehicle.



Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20177562
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Theft
2401 E STATE ST F


Complainant: MARY DRISCOLL

Officer responded to the parking lot of the 
Salem Giant Eagle located at 2401 E. State 
St. for a report of a theft of a purse. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that she 
after loading groceries into her van she had 
left the parking lot area when she realized 
she forgot her purse in the shopping cart 
and that when she returned her purse was 
gone. While gathering information from the 
complainant, an employee came outside 
with the complainants purse along with the 
male who found the complainant's purse 
and turned it in to the Giant Eagle 
employees.

Complainant checked her purse and 
nothing appeared to be missing at the time 
of report. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177564
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Suspicious Person
795 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: DANIEL ROGERS

Officer was dispatched to a vacant garage 
in the 700 block of Newgarden Ave. after 
the male complainant called to report 
observing a subject inside the garage with a 
flashlight. 

While enroute the complainant called back 
to advise to disregard the call and that the 
subject was found to be the previous owner 
gathering some of his belongings. Officer 
did drive by the area to assure all was in 
order.


Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20177567
Date: Wednesday, October 18,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
600 BLOCK OF E Third St

Officer on patrol in the 600 block of E Third 
St observed a running vehicle that was 
illegally parked. Officer made contact with 
the driver, and after a brief investigation, it 
was learned that the driver did not possess 
a driver's license and he drove the vehicle 
to the location. 

The driver was subsequently issued a 
citation for No Operator's License and 
officer moved the vehicle to a legal parking 
space. Officer cleared.


Cited: Jose Juan Mendez 
196 Hawley Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: No Operator's License (ORC 
4510.12A1)



Ptl. Cochran



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Wednesday, October 18, 2017
09:08 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177541
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Child Abuse
856 Newgarden Ave

Complainant: SHANNON SMITH

Complainant (Social Worker) called from 
Akron Children's Hospital reference 
possible child abuse at the above address. 
Complainant advised that the child is still 
being evaluated and children services was 
being notified.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177542
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Assist Perry Police
120 W SECOND ST 

Complainant: PTPD


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
searching for a business that a cell phone 
was pinging from that was taken and Perry 
Township P.D. requested assistance looking 
for it.

No business was located and the Perry P.D. 
advised it was now all over so officer(s) 
cleared.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177545
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Natural Death
1398 S LINCOLN AVE 3


Officers responded to 1398 S. Lincoln Ave. 
for a report of a natural death. 

Upon arrival, the first responders were on 
scene and advised that a male individual 
was deceased inside the apartment. EMT 
ambulance arrived shortly after and this 
officer requested that a coroner investigator 
be contacted. Further information was 
obtained and the victim was ultimately 
transported to Stark Memorial by EMT.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20177546
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Natural Death
1297 BEECHWOOD RD


Officers responded to 1297 Beechwood Rd 
for a report of a natural death. 

Upon arrival, the first responders were on 
scene and advised that a female individual 
was in the residence. KLG Ambulance 
arrived shortly after and this officer 
requested a coroners investigator to 
respond. Further information was obtained 
and the victim was transported to Stark 
Memorial by KLG.



Lt. David L. Casto




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Incident #: 20177548
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Abandoned / Junk MV
339 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: HOUSING, INSPECTOR


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with Zoning Officer Mr. Brown. It was 
confirmed that Zoning Officer Rice had 
tagged a vehicle in the parking lot in the 
300blk of S. Lincoln on 10-03-17.

Vehicle bearing Ohio registration, 
GQQ7044 with an expired registration from 
09-17 and two front flat tires. Vehicle had 
not been moved in a long time with the right 
front passenger window being partially 
down and many leaves inside it.

Sinsley's towing arrived and removed the 
vehicle.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20177549
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Fraud
413 S LINCOLN AVE A

Complainant: SHELDON LUDT

The complainant responded to this 
department to report bank fraud. He 
advised that he deposited $219.33 in his 
Key bank account on 10-14-17. He stated 
that he withdrew $100.00, leaving $119.33 
in the account. The complainant discovered 
that on 10-16-17 a withdraw was made to 
his account from a business called Finger 
hut in the amount of $162.98, leaving the 
complainants account negative $43.65. The 
complainant advised that he does not know 
what Finger hut is and he did not make the 
purchase. 

He requested a report for his financial 
institution and also advised that he had the 
account number changed prior to filing the 
report.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20177550
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Suspicious Substance
205 S HOWARD AVE


Officer responded to the above location and 
was advised by the male resident that he 
had moved a blanket located on the 
northeast side of the front porch and found 
a clear plastic bag with a yellowish/white 
substance inside it.

Officer brought the bag to this department 
and it was placed in an evidence envelop 
with Det Sgt Scheets of this department 
being notified to come and check it.



Ptl. French




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lncident #: 20177552
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017


Complainant: SAMUAL TAYLOR

Officer met with the complainant at the 
above location and he advised that his step 
daughter in the 8th grade was having a 
problem again with a girl there. There was a 
problem two years ago with the same girl 
but they thought that had been settled.

Now the girl has started again and so has 
the mother.

They had contacted the school this date 
and advised them of the situation. They 
wanted it on file just in case it had to go 
further.



Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20177554
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
1378 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: Mitchell, Cindy 


Traffic Crash Report Private Property


Unit #1 : PARKED,  2014 Subaru 4s Silver 
in color
Owner: Cindy Mitchell 2388 Southeast Blvd. 
Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: Unknown

Unit #1 was parked in it's parking space 
marked for the manager. Unit #2 struck the 
right front top area of the hood to Unit #1 
causing damage then drove off with out 
reporting it.

The owner of Unit #1 is going to make a call 
to see if she can find out if a delivery truck 
may have struck Unit #1. The owner of Unit 
#1 advised a lot was going on this morning 
there and she did not notice the damage 
until getting home after work.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177531
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Civil Matter
2511 BENTLEY DR

Complainant: TAMMY FREE

Officer responded to Essex of Salem for a 
report of unauthorized use of a motor 
vehicle. Complainant advised that she had 
given her vehicle to the subject under 
verbal contract that the subject would take 
over the payments to the dealership. 

Complainant advised that she was notified 
by the dealership that the payments have 
not been made and that she was 
responsible for paying. 

Officer advised complainant that the 
incident is civil in nature and would need to 
be taken to small claims court. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177533
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Ambulance Needed
175 W STATE ST


Officers responded to the intersection of 
Howard Ave and W State St for a report of 
a vehicle that had sat through at least four 
green light cycles of the traffic signal. 
Officer arrived and located the vehicle 
facing North on S Howard Ave at the traffic 
signal and not proceeding even though the 
light was currently green. 

Officer advised dispatch of the vehicle plate 
and made contact with the driver. The driver 
was alert, however there were some 
indicators consistent with possible impaired 
driving, therefore officer had requested the 
individual exit the vehicle.

After further observations officer noted that 
although some indicators of possible 
impaired driving had been noted, other 
common indicators of impaired driving were 
not present including a lack of any odor of 
alcoholic beverages. Due to a possible 
medical issue contributing to the situation, 
Salem First Responders and an Ambulance 
were requested and subsequently 
responded to the scene. Additional Salem 
Officers on scene had also assisted, and an 
officer had administered an HGN which 
resulted in no notable indication of 
impairment.

The individual gave permission to move his 
vehicle from the roadway, after which time 
this officer parked and secured the 
individuals vehicle in the lot of a nearby gas 
station. The individual was then voluntary 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT Ambulance. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177534
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Stolen Vehicle
200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST


Complainant: ERIC WHISEL

Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of 
E. State Street in reference to a stolen 
vehicle report. Officer responded and met 
with the male complainant who advised that 
he had just parked a 2002 Ford Escort that 
belongs to his girlfriend and entered his 
uncles apartment. The complainant stated 
that his uncle went to borrow the vehicle 
and the vehicle was not there. The 
complainant stated that he had the keys 
and the vehicle must have been stolen. 

The complainant stated that vehicle is 
registered to a female subject known to his 
girlfriend, but they are making the payments 
on the vehicle. 

Officer later found that the vehicle had been 
repossessed by the dealer ship the vehicle 
was purchased from. The registered owner 
was advised where the vehicle was located 
at. See incident # 20177531 also.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20177535
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Speak To Officer


Officer spoke with a male individual at 
Salem PD who had several questions and 
information pertaining to possible illegal 
circumstances in the City. Officer gathered 
information and will follow up on the matter. 


Sgt B Slider 



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lncident #: 20177536
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Drug Overdose
367 W NINTH ST


Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
9th St in regards to a drug overdose. The 
Salem Fire Department First Responders 
and EMT Ambulance were also requested 
to the scene. 

Upon arrival, the suspect was unresponsive 
and was provided multiple doses of Narcan. 
He was later transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT 
Ambulance. 

During the investigation, a baggie with a 
white powder substance and a spoon with a 
clear crystal - like substance were located 
near the suspect. These items were seized 
and will be sent to BCI for testing.

Charges are pending.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177537
Date: Tuesday, October 17,2017
Assist Perry Police

Complainant: CCSO

Officer responded to the 45/62 bypass East 
of Sr 9 to assist a Perry Township Officer on 
a traffic stop with three occupants in the 
vehicle. 

Officer stood by with the vehicle while the 
Perry Officer completed and served a 
citation for a speeding violation. 


Sgt B Slider




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Tuesday, October 17, 2017
08:08 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177443
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 REILLY AVE D


Complainant: JAMIE MCFARLAND

While working at Reilly Stadium for the 
Salem High School football game, 
complainant advised officers that her 
juvenile son was bit by another male 
juvenile while playing around the play 
ground. Complainant advised that the father 
of the other juvenile male had also 
threatened to harm her son. 

Complainant advised that she did not want 
anything done about the incident but, 
wanted to make officers aware. 
Complainant also refused medical attention 
for her son. Officer advised that a report 
would be on file.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20177520
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Theft
1284 E THIRD ST


Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
two pumpkins were stolen from his yard 
decorations sometime overnight. No 
damage was reported to the remaining 
decorations.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20177521
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Dog At Large
772 PROSPECT ST

Officer responded to the above location and 
was advised by the two females on the front 
porch that the dog was very energetic. 
Officer observed the white/black colored pit 
bull type dog on the front porch and 
appeared to be fine with a red collar on. 
Officer advised the female that the Humane 
Officer Mrs. Davidson was on her way to 
get the dog. They advised they understood.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20177523
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Theft


Complainant: DONALD RUDIBAUGH


Officer made contact with the complainant 
on station in reference to a theft.

 Complainant advised that he is running for 
Perry Township Trustee and several of his 
political signs have been taken from yards 
through out the city.




Ptl.S.LaRosa



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Incident #: 20177524
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART


Unit#2 Driver:  HARVA COPE ,  
COLUMBIANA, OH, Owner HOWARD 
COPE , COLUMBIANA, OH


Unit#l Driver/Owner DWAYNE MATYI , 
CANTON, OH 


PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit#l was attempting to back 
out of a parking space when he backed into 
Unit#2 who had already backed out of her 
parking space. Unit#2 advised the same as 
Unit#l, moderate damage was observed to 
Unit#2 and minor damage to Unit#l at the 
time of the accident.



Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20177526
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
226 VINE AVE 5


Complainant: AMBER SMITH

Police responded to the apartments in the 
200 block of Vine Ave for harassment. The 
complainant advised that they believe a 
former residence at the apartments has 
been calling and leaving threatening 
messages.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177527
Date: Monday, October 16,2017
Menacing / Threats
222 VINE AVE-5 


Complainant: DOUGLAS SMITH

Police responded to the apartments in the 
200 block of Vine Ave for threats. The 
complainants advised while at the alley and 
Hawley that a white vehicle with a plastic 
covered back window pulled up. In the 
vehicle a female driver and a male subject 
that used to live in the apartments started a 
confrontation. The complainant believed to 
have seen the male subject holding a pistol. 

The complainant stated that the vehicle 
then drove off. 

Incident under investigation.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177505
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem


Complainant: PATRICK TONEY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant requested officer to speak to 
his children who have been misbehaving. 

Officer spoke with the juveniles and advised 
them of possible consequences if they did 
not listen to their father.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20177506
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Theft
966 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: DAVID MILLER

Officer responded to the 900 block of E. 
Fifth St. to take a report of theft. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
stole tools and other miscellaneous 
supplies from his garage. 

Officer provided the complainant with a 
copy of the report number. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J. Brooks



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Incident #: 20177507
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL, EMPLOYEE 

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the clerk on duty. The 
clerk stated that a unknown person in a red 
truck had pumped $46.61 in gas and then 
fled the area without rendering payment. 

Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177510
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
166 S UNION AVE


Officer and FD responded to the 100 block 
of S. Union Ave. for a report of power lines 
down. 

Officer stood by until Ohio Edison arrived 
and removed the lines.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177513
Date: Sunday, October 15.2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1125 E STATE ST


Officer observed suspicious activity in the 
rear of a closed business in the 100 block of 
E State St. Upon the arrival of officer both 
vehicle pulled to the front of the business 
and while talking with them K9 Simon was 
deployed. K9 Simon indicated to the 
presence of narcotic odor and a search 
recovered contraband. The driver was cited 
and officers cleared without further incident.


Cited: Eddie Sulivan of 116 E 4th St. Salem 
Ohio
Charge: MM Possession of marijuana


Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20177514
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Dog At Large
275 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer responded to the 200 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a report of a dog at large. 
Officer stood by with the dog until the 
Humane officer came to retrieve it.



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20177515
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
780 W STATE ST


Arrest: DANIEL, KYLIE LYNN  SALEM, OH 
44460 3238

While on patrol officers did make contact 
with the occupants of a vehicle in the 700 
block of W State St. During the casual 
encounter, officers did smell marijuana 
coming from inside the vehicle. A probable 
cause search did yield contraband. 

The driver was cited for Possession of 
Marijuana Paraphernalia. Another item 
recovered from the vehicle will be sent to 
BCI for further testing.


Cited: Kylie L. Daniel
Address: 477 Washington St Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: (MM) Possession of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177517
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Stolen Vehicle
1074 CLEVELAND ST

Officer on patrol responded to a reported 
stolen vehicle in the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St. Officers checked the area 
and notified surrounding agencies of the 
theft. 

The vehicle was entered as stolen and the 
investigation will be turned over to 
detectives. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Monday, October 16, 2017
07:35 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177468
Date: Saturday, October 14, 2017
Accident With Injury
100 BLOCK OF BENTON RD


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Unit #1 owner/operator Owner ROBERT 
BOOTH 

One Vehicle Accident 

Unit #1 was traveling southeast in the 100 
block of Benton Rd. Unit #1 driver had a 
medical problem that caused unit #1 to drift 
off the right side of the road striking two 
signs before coming to rest after striking a 
OE pole. Medical Personnel responded to 
the scene and the driver was transported to 
St. Elizabeth by KLG. The vehicle was 
removed from the scene by Davidsons 
Towing.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177322
Date: Monday, October 9,2017
Accident With Injury
ELKS LODGE NO 305


Unit 1 2012 Ford 
driver: Christopher Stillion , Alliance, Oh
owner/passenger: Jessica Martin 
REAR END DAMAGED

Unit 2 2009 Mercury
owner/driver: Gregory Curtis,  Salem, Oh
pass: Dylan Kuzemchak
FRONT END DAMAGED


Unit 1 advised he was driving west on E. 
State in the 800 block. Traffic in front of him 
was stop and go. He saw unit 2 in his mirror 
approaching quickly and hit him in the rear 
end causing the passenger to hit her elbow 
on the door or dash. Driver of unit 2 stated 
he was following unit 1 and unit 1 slammed 
his brakes on with no one in front of unit 1. 
He was unable to stop in time and struck 
unit 1 in the rear end causing damage to 
both units. 

A witness a couple cars back also stated 
there was no one in front of unit 1 when it 
braked but he did not want to write a 
statement to that affect. 

Officer determined that unit 2 was following 
too closely and cited unit 2 with ACDA. 

Court options were given to him and two 
statements were gathered at scene. Driver 
of unit 1 was to give a written statement too 
but he did not turn it in on the day of the 
wreck. 

Passenger of unit 1 claimed her neck and 
back were bothering her so Salem FD was 
summoned along with KLG ambulance. 
Passenger of unit 1 and her small child 
taken to Salem Regional Medical Center by 
KLG. body cam and car cameras used.


Ptl. Banar 901




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Incident #: 20177504
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Stolen Vehicle 
273 W FOURTEENTH ST


Complainant: TERRI SIMS

(10/15/2017 13:58:09 By: 172) REPOED 
THIS MORNING @ 0508


Complainant advised her car was taken 
from her driveway overnight. Upon 
investigation it was learned a Reposetion 
company had taken it around 0500 hrs this 
morning. 



Banat901




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Incident #: 20177502
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Traffic Signal Malfunction
E STATE ST / EASTGATE PLAZA 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference in reference to a traffic 
signal malfunction. 

Upon arrival, officer confirmed the light 
malfunction by flashing red. Dispatch 
advised the city electrician to address the 
issue.



Sgt. K. Toy


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Incident #: 20177501
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Solicitor
S LINCOLN AVE / COLUMBIA

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Caller advising of door to door solicitation 
near Columbia and Lincoln. Officer found 
"El Primo" truck in driveway at corner of 
Lundy and Columbia. Driver advised that he 
knew the people there to be friends and 
was not selling door to door. Officer cleared 
with no further calls.



Banar901



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Incident #: 20177500
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
WASHINGTON AVE / E STATE


Complainant: KENNETH COOK

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
Washington for a reported theft from a 
vehicle. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that a 
person unknown to him had entered his 
vehicle and taken several items without 
permission. Officers advised the 
complainant of the options for dealing with 
the situation.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177499
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Shoplifter(s)
1125 E STATE ST 


Complainant: CIRCLE K, EAST

Officer(s) responded to the 1100 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with a employee of 
the business. The employee stated that a 
man had taken a unknown amount of food 
from the store and then fled without 
rendering payment. 

The employee was able to provide officers 
with a video of the incident as well as the 
mans name. Charges pending. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177458
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Menacing / Threats
250 S UNION AVE

Complainant: SAMUEL BAIER

Officers responded to the 200 block of 
South Union for a report on menacing / 
telephone harassment. On arrival officers 
spoke with the complainants. Officers 
advised the persons of the options for 
dealing with the situation. Officers also 
contacted the other person in question and 
he was advised to cease contact with the 
complainants. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177461
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017 
Phone Or Internet Harassment
189 E THIRD ST

Complainant: MARY FITCH

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of phone 
harassment. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised she 
recieved an unwanted text containing a 
picture from a known male. The 
complainant was assisted with blocking the 
number prior to officer clearing. 

Contact was made with the male and he 
stated the female was sending him the 
same type of texts. Both sides were advised 
to cease all further contact.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177464
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Civil Matter
1267 CEDAR RIDGE DR A


Complainant: BRENT HORSLEY

Complainant advised she had some 
questions about evictions and her 
apartment being entered. She stops at the 
apartment everyday and yesterday she 
found the back door open and unlocked. 
Today she found a note on the front door 
that was possibly from the County Sheriff. 

Officers were able to speak with the 
landlord who stated the deputy sheriff did 
put the note on the door a few days ago 
and that they had not gone inside. 
Regarding some missing property from 
inside, complainant was given statement 
forms to fill out. 

Matter under investigation.



Ptl.Banar901




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Incident #: 20177467
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Drug Paraphernalia


Complainant: JERAMIAH JAVENS


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that the mother 
of their child advised him that she found 
drug paraphernalia at her house and 
believes it belongs to a known male subject 
she is letting stay with her. The matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl Brooks




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Incident #: 20177473
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Burglary Reported
1700 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: GEORGE SMITH

Officer responded to the 1700 block of 
South East Blvd. to take a report of a B & E. 
The complainant advised officer that 
sometime while he and his wife were out of 
town someone broke into his residence, but 
did not take anything. Officer took photos of 
the damage to the door and advised the 
complainant to call the PD if he notices 
anything missing.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177474
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
518 FRANKLIN ST 3


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave for a juvenile report. Several 
juveniles were playing with handcuffs and 
they did not have keys to unlock them. A 
juvenile was handcuffed to the end table 
and the officer was able to unlock it.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177480
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Person Down
189 E THIRD ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded with the fire department 
to the 100 block of E Third St for a person 
down. The male subject was highly 
intoxicated but did not appear to have any 
injuries. The male subject was transported 
to Salem Regional Medical Center by EMT.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177481
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Accidental Damage
960 W STATE ST 


Officer responded to the 900 block of W 
State St for a accidental damage report. 
The complainant advised it appeared 
several street signs were damaged from a 
vehicle. The damage was found to be from 
a vehicle accident that had been reported 
earlier in the day.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177482
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)


Complainant: JENNIFER 
SHELLENBERGER

While on station officer heard a dispute 
going on outside the PD. The complainant 
advised officer that her boyfriend will not 
leave her alone or get out of her car. 
Officers spoke to both parties involved. The 
complainant and male subject went their 
separate ways for the evening.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20177484
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Speak To Officer
709 OHIO AVE 


Complainant: STEPHEN HOUCHINS,  
HANOVERTON, OH 44423

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that he 
purchased a vehicle from a known female 
subject and she refuses to sign the title over 
to him. Officer advised the complainant that 
the matter is civil and he would have to go 
through the court.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20177485
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Person To Be Removed
378 E FOURTH ST 1/2 


Complainant: ERIC WHISEL

ARA REITZ, ANNETTE L 41 542 STATE 
ROUTE 51 7 LISBON, OH 44432

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fourth St for a person to be removed. The 
complainant advised that a female subject 
had drugs on her person and he wanted her 
removed from his residence. When officers 
arrived on scene the female subject 
attempted to hide from officers in the attic. 

The female subject was taken into custody 
for obstructing official business and several 
drug paraphernalia items were found inside 
her purse. The female subject was 
transported to the police station where she 
was processed and booked. The female 
was then transported to Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested: Annette Reitz
Address: 41450 Miller Rd, Leetonia, Ohio 
44431
Charge: Obstructing Official Business ORC 
2921.31, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
ORC 2925.14 (C) (I),
and Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments 
2925.12 (A)



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177486
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Fight
F1 1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL

Reported fight at the above location. Upon 
arrival, most of the parties were leaving the 
area. It was found that there had been an 
accident in Lisbon involving young juveniles 
and that emotions had flared among the 
relatives. 

Those staying were advised to remain 
peaceful. No further calls the rest of the 
shift.



Lt Shafer



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Incident #: 20177489
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Structure Fire
943 W WILSON ST C


Complainant: JEFFREY LITTLE,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431

Officers along with FD responded to the 
above location for a report of a possible 
structure fire. Complainant advised he 
heard the neighbors smoke alarm going off 
for an extended amount of time. 

Upon arrival, contact was unable to be 
made at the residence. Entry was gained 
through a widow and the residence was 
checked by the FD, no fire was located. The 
residence was secured prior to officers 
leaving the scene.


Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20177494
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Criminal Trespassing
205 S HOWARD AVE


Complainant: MARY SMITH

Officers responded to the 200 block of S 
Howard Ave for a criminal trespass. The 
complainant advised that a known male 
subject entered her residence through a 
bedroom window. She stated that her son 
knew the subject and they had gotten into 
an verbal altercation. 

The male victim stated that the male subject 
had taken a pocket knife from his bedroom. 
The male subject stated that he was just at 
the residence and attempted to get back in 
the residence but they had locked the front 
door. The male subject was taken into 
custody for criminal trespass and 
transported to the Salem Police 
Department. The male subject was 
processed and booked then transported to 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Matthew Soldo
Address: 186 S. Howard Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Criminal Trespass ORC 2911.21 
(A)(l)



Ptl. E. Perry 



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lncident #: 20177495
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Theft
186 S HOWARD AVE


Officer responded to the 100 block of S 
Howard Ave in regards to a theft report. 
Officer spoke to the female complainant 
who advised that someone had taken a 
bottle of prescription medication out of her 
bag. Officer gathered information and 
issued the complainant a report number.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20177497
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Theft
284 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: LANA BILLITER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a theft report. Complainant advised that his 
Taurus Judge handgun was taken from his 
residence. 

Complainant stated a known female was at 
his residence and when she left he noticed 
his gun was missing. Complainant did 
advised that he fell asleep while the female 
was at his residence and he also advised 
that the gun was there prior to the female 
coming to his residence. 

Complainant could not find the proper paper 
work for the gun to get entered into LEADS 
as stolen. Complainant advised that he 
would call the store that he purchased the 
gun from and get the paper work filled out 
tomorrow morning and drop it off at this 
station along with his statement form. 

Investigation pending.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20177498
Date: Sunday, October 15,2017
Intoxicated Person

Officer on patrol had been pulling into the 
Salem Police Department and observed a 
male subject attempting to gain entry to 
another officers personal vehicle. 

Officer made contact with the male subject 
and it was found that the male subject had 
been highly intoxicated and advised that he 
thought he was getting into his own vehicle.

The male subject was then subsequently 
placed in custody and charged with 
Disorderly Conduct- Public Intoxication. The 
male subject was then walked into the 
Salem Police Department for booking and 
processing.

The male subject was then transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Douglas G. Fischer
Address: 5009 Andover Green Way, 
Knoxville, Tennessee, 37918
Charge: Disorderly Conduct- Public 
Intoxication (ORC 2917.11 B2)



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20177471
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Intoxicated Person
605 S ELLSWORTH AVE A

Complainant: ROBYN ANDERSON

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to an intoxicated 
person. The complainant advised they had 
an intoxicated employee that was causing a 
disturbance. 

Upon arrival, the subject was verbally 
abusive towards officers and then was 
refusing to stop walking away from officers. 
Subsequently, the subject was arrested for 
Disorderly Conduct, Obstruction of Official 
Business, and Resisting Arrest. The subject 
was processed and transported to 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Keith H. Thomas 21620 Courtney 
Rd Alliance, OH 44601
Charges: Disorderly Conduct, Obstruction 
of Official Business, and Resisting Arrest.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Sunday, October 15, 2017
07:34 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177368
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP LISBON


K9 Simon was requested to Assist OSP 
Post 15 with a subject that ran from them in 
the 10000 block of SR 164.

Officer and Simon attempted to locate the 
subject, but were unable to do so. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177433
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
SpeakTo Officer
618 CHERRY ST


Complainant: LISA CAHILL, LISA 

Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Cherry St. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that her vacant 
residence electric bill is higher than usual. 
Officer checked the property and advised 
the complainant of the possible source to 
the electric bill.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177436
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Menacing / Threats
1007 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: MICHAEL HAMILTON


Officer responded to the 1000 block of E. 
Fourth St. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
female subject is making threats to cause 
him physical harm. The matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177438
Date: Friday, October 13, 2017
Civil Matter
579 E THIRD ST


Officers were flagged down in the 500 block 
of E 3rd St. for a civil matter that was 
ongoing. Officers explained to the subjects 
again that the matter was civil and officers 
could not determine who was allowed in the 
residence.

Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177439
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
At Location / On Foot 
100 BLOCK OF OHIO


Officers where on foot checking the rear 
parking lot of the above location. 

Officer made contact with a 
femalemattempting to conceal something 
behind her back in her right hand. When 
asked what she had, she show officer a 
bent spoon with white residue on in. 
Officers advised the female to place the 
spoon on the ground and when doing so 
she used her thumb to wipe the white 
residue off the spoon prior to placing it on 
the ground. 

Officers also located a syringe laying on the 
ground in the area of the female. The spoon 
was collected as evidence. The syringe was 
also collected and properly disposed of.The 
female was taken into custody and directly 
transported to county jail due to the fact that 
officers believed she had something 
conceal on her person.


Arrested: Sarah L. Sines, LKA- 36048 St. 
Rt. 30, Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Charge- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Tampering with Evidence



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20177442
Date: Friday, October 13,2017


Complainant: ELEANOR CLINGERMAN

Dispatch received another call concerning 
loud music. Complainant did give dispatch a 
specific source to said music. 

Upon arrival, officer went to the residence 
on foot to hear any violation. No music was 
coming from the residence,it was found to 
be the band at the high school football 
game. Dispatch attempted a callback to the 
complainant ,but they would not respond.




Lt Shafer



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Incident #: 20177445
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Menacing / Threats
274 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: STEPHANIE CHRYSTAL

Officer responded to the 200 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave in regards to a 
menacingthreats complaint.

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that her soon to 
be ex husband had been over to drop their 
kids off and he made threats towards her 
and another male who had been at the 
house. The complainant advised that this 
has been an ongoing issue and wanted to 
make a report of it. 

Officer advised the complainant of her 
options if the problem continued.



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20177450
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
At Location / On Foot 
968 E STATE ST



Officer stopped an intoxicated subject who 
committed a crosswalk violation on E State 
St. at Ohio Ave. Officers found the subject 
had an active arrest warrant out of Trumbell 
County that initially they did indicate they 
may want him. Upon confirmation the 
TCSO denied the warrant due to pickup not 
being available out of county at this time.

Officers allowed the subject to leave with a 
sober ride.


Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177451
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
599 E STATE ST


Officer on patrol encountered a highly 
intoxicated subject outside of Mike's Penn 
Grill that was yelling. Due to the subject 
yelling so loud he was heard over the police 
radio traffic and from over 100 feet away, 

Officer made contact with the subject and 
found he was "just yelling OK." Officer 
advised the subject that no further yelling 
was necessary and given a disorderly 
conduct, public intoxication warning. 
Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177453
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Suspicious Activity
600 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST


Officer on patrol observed a subject in the 
area of several theft reports and on property 
known not to be his resdience in the 600 
block of E 3th St. Officer contacted the 
subject who could not tell officer who lived 
at the residence and stated he was allowed 
on the property despite not knowing 
anyones name. 

The subjects story also did not add up as a 
person he stated he was with at the 
residecne was stopped by police a block 
away. Officer contacted the resident and he 
advised twice he did not want the subject at 
his property, but the subject denied hearing 
the requests. The subject was removed 
from the property and was advised not to 
return unless invited by the owner.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177456
Date: Saturday, October 14,2017
Domestic In Progress
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SIXTH


Officers responded to the intersection of N 
Ellsworth Ave and E Sixth St for a possible 
domestic in progress.

When officers arrived on scene, the female 
resident advised her neighbors were at her 
residence recently and it could have been 
them having an argument while walking 
home. Officers checked the residence in the 
200 block of E Sixth St and made contact 
with the female subject. She advised her 
young daughter was crying and screaming 
when she was walking back to her 
residence. 

After speaking with the neighbor a male 
subject arrived on scene. The male subject 
was very agitated and stated that he was 
going to make a different male subject stay 
away from his girlfriend. The girlfriend 
stated she had no problems with anyone 
and did not wish officers to trespass anyone 
from her residence. The male subject was 
advised to stay inside for the remainder of 
the evening or he could face disorderly 
conduct charges for his behavior.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Saturday, October 14, 2017
08:04 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177432
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Dog At Large
N LINCOLN AVE I E FIFTH ST


Officer on patrol observed a dog in the 
street stopping traffic on N Lincoln at E Fifth 
St.  A citizen held the dog in the curb lawn 
on the east side of the street and the dog's 
owner(keeper) approached on foot from the 
west. She was identified and it was verified 
the dog was hers. 

Officer had her take the dog home and a 
summons to court was issued to her for 
allowing the dog to run loose off it's 
property. 

Court date given and officer cleared. (There 
have been multiple times this same dog has 
been off the property without the 
owner/harborer ...)



Ptl. Banar901



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Incident #: 20177431
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Animal Complaint 
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D


Complainant: MARY WASHMAN

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to an animal 
complaint. Complainant advised a subject 
was at the park with a dog that appeared to 
be aggressive. 

Upon arrival, officer was advised the owner 
and the dog had departed the area.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177428
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Ambulance Needed
579 E THIRD ST 1/2


Officers were called to assist with the FD at 
an E 3rd St. address. A female subject was 
transported to SRMC by KLG. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20177426
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Assist Other Agency
31 8 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: COLUMBIANA, PD

Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Washington Ave and attempted contact at a 
residence at the request of Columbiana PD. 
Officers knocked several times and were 
unable to make contact. An officer 
subsequently returned to the residence later 
in the morning after lights were observed on 
inside. The officer made contact and 
relayed the message. 


Sgt B Slider 


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Incident #: 20177425
Date: Friday, October 13, 2017
Loud Persons
284 E FOURTH ST 2W


Complainant: LANA BILLITER

Officers responded to the 200 block of E 
Fourth St in reference to loud persons. 
Complainant advised of hearing yelling and 
pounding at the upstairs apartment. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with a female 
who was extremely intoxicated and was 
sitting outside the apartment. The subject 
advised that there was no yelling and stated 
that she had come over to the apartment to 
have a fire but, the male resident's girlfriend 
was upset that she was there. 

Officer spoke with the resident of the 
apartment who advised that he wanted the 
subject to leave, due to the lateness of 
hour. The subject resided nearby, returned 
home and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177424
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Assault 
530 S BROADWAY AVE
NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: ASHLEY HARTT,  
HANOVERTON, OH 44423

Officer spoke with female complainant, 
Ashley Hartt who came on station to file an 
assault report. Complainant advised that on 
this date at approx. 01:40a.m. she was at a 
local establishment in the 500 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. with her boyfriend when 
another female approached her and 
punched her one time in the mouth. 

Officer did observe injury to the inside of the 
complainant's upper lip. Complainant also 
reported one of her bottom teeth being 
loose from the assault. 

Complainant provided the name of the 
female suspect as well as a second female 
who attempted to assault her. The 
complainant denied medical attention at the 
time of report. Complainant and her 
boyfriend provided written statements of the 
incident and photos were taken of the 
complainant's injury.

Officer did later speak with an employee of 
the establishment who advised that she 
heard there was an altercation but did not 
see the alleged assault. Investigation is 
pending. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177423
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Speak To Officer
1015 E STATE ST 


Officer on patrol in the 1000 block of E. 
State Street observed a female subject who 
appeared to be having some problems. 
Officer made contact with the female 
subject who advised she was trying to 
contact her mother in Washingtonville, but 
was unable to get her to answer the phone. 

Officers further spoke with the female who 
advised she did not need any assistance 
from the police department and wished to 
continue on her way.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177421
Date: Friday, October 13,2017
Child Custody Dispute
707 7 STATE ST


Complainant: KELSEY EWING,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431

Officer spoke with female complainant, 
Kelsey Ewing regarding a possible child 
custody issue. Complainant advised that 
earlier in the evening she had her friend 
drop off her six month old daughter to her 
daughter's father's residence on W. State 
St. in Salem while she went to work. 

Complainant now advised that her ex-
boyfriend would not give her their child 
back. She and her boyfriend were never 
married. Officer did contact the ex-boyfriend 
via phone and explained interference with 
custody laws to him and that he has to 
return his daughter to the complainant. 

Officer did respond to the area of the 
residence on W. State St. to assure there 
were no altercations between the 
complainant and her ex-boyfriend. Once the 
complainant had her daughter officer 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177418
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Traffic Offense
HAWLEY AVE / E THIRD ST


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
area of Hawley Ave and E Third St for an 
equipment violation. After a brief 
investigation, officer obtained consent to 
search the vehicle. The interior of the 
vehicle was searched but, nothing illegal 
was located. The driver was afforded a 
verbal warning for Lighted Lights Required 
(ORC 451 3.03Al). Officer cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177417
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Recovered Property 

Complainant on station to return an ipod 
that she had found on S Lincoln Ave. Due 
to the ipod being locked, an owner could 
not be identified. 

The ipod was placed in the city's lost and 
found.


Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177416
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
480 WASHINGTON AVE


Complainant: CELINE BENTON

Police responded to the 400 block of 
Washington St for a possible Burglary in 
progress. The complainant advised they 
thought they heard someone in the 
residence making noises and walking 
around. 

When officers arrived the residence was 
searched as well as the outer perimeter. 
Officers advised the complainant that if 
anyone is missing any items to contact the 
Police Dept. Officers then cleared.


Ptl Osberg 



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lncident #: 20177415
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Speak To Officer
689 WOODLAND AVE

Report of a Walmart shopping cart located 
in the 600 block of Woodland Ave. Officer 
responded, photographed the shopping 
cart, and moved it off of the roadway. 
Walmart was advised that a shopping cart 
had been located and advised that they 
would retrieve it. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177414
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Civil Matter
1441 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: TERESA KALE

Police responded to the 1400 block of S. 
Lincoln for a Criminal Damage report. The 
complainant advised she had an issue with 
her neighbor about two weeks ago. The 
complainant advised she has a plastic 
storage shed that was disassembled. The 
neighbor stated that he would reassemble 
the shed and has not. The complainant 
advised this was not a criminal matter.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177413
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Speak To Officer
490 E EUCLID ST


Complainant: ANDREW WELSH


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant and numerous 
others. Including his 4 year old niece.

They claimed while in the 400blk of Ohio he 
was picking up his girlfriend when the 
neighbors video taped him and those in the 
vehicle along with a female subject pulling 
up and flashing her self at them.

The 4 year old was scared and they thought 
some thing should be done.

Officer(s) went to the area and did talk with 
females out in the back yard area and all 
was denied. No videotaping no flashing 
anything.

They did make a claim that the complainant 
is always driving recklessly in the alley and 
the child may not be in a child seat.

Officer talked with those at the 
complainants residence again advising of 
what was said on Ohio which they denied 
themselves.

Officer advised them that if they wanted 
anything done then they needed to come in 
and fill out statements so it would be sent to 
the prosecutor for review.

They also had questions about those in the 
400blk of Ohio letting their dog run at large 
and coming over to their sisters house 
going after her dog which is chained up.

Officer advised them to contact this 
department when it is going on.

They advised they understood.



Ptl. French



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Friday, October 13, 2017
09:17 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177385
Date Wednesday, October 11,2017
Drug Overdose
192 W PERSHING ST 3



Report of a overdose at the above address. 

Upon arrival, the F.D. and KLG were on 
scene working on a male subject that had 
overdosed while visiting the apartment. 
While working on the male subject officers 
observed several items of drug 
paraphernalia were laying around in plain 
view in the apartment. The male subject 
was transported to the Salem E.R. by KLG 
and evidence was gathered and brought 
back to this department.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177387
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Suspicious Person
855 W STATE ST


Police responded to the 800 block of W. 
State St for a suspicious male. The 
complainants advised the male was going 
into businesses photographing people and 
making them feel uncomfortable. 

Officers made contact with the male subject 
walking down the road. The male advised 
he was just taking photos for his hobby. The 
male was advised of the complaint and was 
sent on his way.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177388
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
192 W PERSHING ST 3 


While investigating an overdose in the 100 
block of W. Pershing St. officers observed 
drug paraphernalia out in the open. The 
tenant of that residence advised that the 
paraphernalia belonged to him and used it 
that morning for methamphetamine. 

The male subject was taken into custody 
then transported to the station. After the 
booking process the male subject was 
transported to Columbiana Co. Jail.


ARA: Jonathan F. Butts
Address: 192 W. Pershing St Apt# 3
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Drug Paraphernalia



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177389
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
300 BLOCK OF Rose Ave


Officer on patrol in the 300 block of Rose 
Ave observed a juvenile, approximately 2 
years old, playing by the roadway with no 
adult supervision. 

Officer made contact with the mother of the 
juvenile and advised her of the complaint. 
The child was brought inside and officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177390
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Loud Persons 
337 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers responded to the 300 block of N 
Lincoln Ave in reference to a loud persons 
complaint. Complainant advised that he 
could hear a mother screaming at her 
children in a green house nearby. 

Officers responded and spoke with the 
subject who advised that she did yell at her 
children because they had dropped 
something.

Officers also spoke with the children who 
appeared to be okay. Officers cleared 
shortly after.




Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177393
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
565 FRANKLIN AVE F


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Avenue to attempt contact with a 
male subject who had an active arrest 
warrant. Officers attempted contact at the 
apartment, but there was no answer and it 
appeared someone was inside.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177394
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Misc / Unknown Problem
E FOURTH ST


Officer was flagged down in the 700 block 
of E. State St. by a male subject advising of 
a female subject walking in the roadway on 
E. 4th St. The male provided a possible 
name of the female. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
female on E. 4th St. just west of N. Lincoln 
Ave. The female advised that she is a bar 
tender at a nearby bar outside of the City 
limits and that the male who flagged this 
officer down pulled up alongside her asking 
if she wanted a ride. The female stated that 
she knows the gentlemen as a patron at the 
bar she works at but only knows his first 
name. Officer followed the female home a 
short distance to her home to assure she 
made it safely. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177395
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
366 E SEVENTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
E. Seventh Street for a dispute. Officers 
responded and made contact with a male 
and female subject inside a residence. Both 
subjects advised that they had been 
arguing over money and that no physical 
violence took place. 

Both subjects were advised of the domestic 
violence laws and they advised they were 
going to bed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177397
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Speak To Officer


Complainant: TRINA BRYAN


Complainant came on station to speak with 
officers about an issue involving visitation. 
She was advised it was a civil issue and to 
contact an attorney.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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lncident #: 20177398
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
438 VINE AVE 


Officers were dispatched to the intersection 
of E. Fourth Street and Vine Avenue for a 
possible pedestrian hit by a motor vehicle. 
Officers responded to the area and met with 
the complainant who advised that a female 
subject had been holding on to a vehicle 
that drove away from the area and the 
female ended up on the roadway.

Officers located the female subject and a 
male subject involved at a residence in the 
400 block of Vine Ave. The female subject 
advised that she had been arguing with her 
boyfriend and he was attempting to leave in 
a vehicle to get away from the argument 
and she held on to the vehicle as it drove 
away. She stated she lost her footing and 
fell on the roadway. 

Minor cuts were observed on her nose and 
left hand which were documented. 

Officers spoke with the male subject who 
advised that he had been arguing with his 
girlfriend and was going to leave in his 
vehicle. He stated that as he started driving 
away, the female subject grabbed on to the 
vehicle and then she fell on the roadway. 
The female subject denied medical 
attention and a written statement was 
obtained from the complainant. Both 
subjects advised the injury to the female 
was not intentional.




Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177399
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Harassment
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY


Officer responded to 354 E. Third St. to 
speak with the female complainant in 
reference to a harassment complaint. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she had one of her female friends over to 
her residence this evening and that when 
her friend left she was sure that she stole 
some beer off of her. Complainant now 
states that her friend is harassing her via 
text messages. The complainant read the 
text messages to this officer and the 
messages were not harassing in nature. 

Complainant wished for the female not to 
return to her property.

Officer will attempt to contact the female 
and advised her to stay off of the 
complainant's property. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177403
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Public Assist
270 ROOSEVELT AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a garage sign posted in the curb 
lawn. Officers located the owner of the sign 
and advised them of Salem Ordinance 
prohibiting placing any signs in the curb 
lawn or on utility poles.



Ptl M. Wirkner



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Incident #: 20177404
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
CARBON ST 


Complainant: ROBERT STAMBAUGH


The complainant responded to this 
department to report damage to his vehicle. 
He advised that yesterday he was traveling 
on S.E. Blvd and turned onto Carbon St. He 
stated that a vehicle traveling on Carbon St. 
didn't stop at the stop sign at S.E. Blvd. The 
complainant had to swerve to avoid an 
accident and he struck a curb with the 
passenger side front tire. The rim on the 
vehicle did sustain minor damage. No 
information was obtained on the vehicle at 
fault.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177405
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Speak To Officer

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

(10/12/2017 12:18:31 By: 178) FEMALE 
ON STATION WITH COURT ORDER THAT 
HER CAR CAN BE RELEASED


Officer met with a female and male on 
station who had a order of release on their 
vehicle from Mahoning County Court #3 in 
Sebring. Their GPS brought them to this 
department when they were actually looking 
to go to Goshen Township P.D. to get the 
release and go to Canfield where their 
vehicle was towed and being stored.

Officer gave directions to their driver how to 
get to Goshen Township P.D.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177407
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Solicitor(s)
1386 S LINCOLN AVE 4

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male subject going door to 
door selling energy. Officers spoke with the 
male subject who didn't posess a permit to 
solicit in the city. Officers advised him of his 
options and advised him he needed to stop 
until he get a permit.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20177409
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Check Well Being
516 E STATE ST E

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and located the female and her two young 
female daughters. After much discussion 
and finding that the female subject / mother 
wanted to go to the E. R. officer placed the 
children in their car seats and the mother in 
the back of police car #6 and transported 
them to Salem E. R. 

Nothing further needed at this time.

Other arrangements were made to have a 
friend come and pick up the vehicle later.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20177411
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Speak To Officer
426 OHlO AVE 

Complainant: JILL ENTRIKIN

Officer responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant. She advised 
that she has been having problems with her 
neighbor. She stated that the female 
neighbor was outside today taking pictures 
of the complainants daughter. Officer spoke 
with the neighbor, who denied taking any 
photos. 

She stated that the complainant always 
says derogatory things to her when she's 
outside. 

Both parties were ultimately advised to stay 
away from each other.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177412
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Protection Order Violation


Complainant: SHIRLEY CATLOS

A male and female complainant came to the 
Police Dept. over a Protection Order. Both 
complainants advised that one subject 
violated the order by shopping at the same 
store. Both subjects had conflicting stories. 

Both complainants then left separately. 
Further investigation is pending.



Ptl. Osberg



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lncident #: 20177413
Date: Thursday, October 12,2017
Speak To Officer
 490 E EUCLID ST

Complainant: ANDREW WELSH


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant and numerous 
others. Including his 4 year old niece.

They claimed while in the 400blk of Ohio he 
was picking up his girlfriend when the 
neighbors video taped him and those in the 
vehicle along with a female subject pulling 
up and flashing her self at them.

The 4 year old was scared and they thought 
some thing should be done.

Officer(s) went to the area and did talk with 
females out in the back yard area and all 
was denied. No videotaping no flashing 
anything.

They did make a claim that the complainant 
is always driving recklessly in the alley and 
the child may not be in a child seat.

Officer talked with those at the 
complainants residence again advising of 
what was said on Ohio which they denied 
themselves.

Officer advised them that if they wanted 
anything done then they needed to come in 
and fill out statements so it would be sent to 
the prosecutor for review.

They also had questions about those in the 
400blk of Ohio letting their dog run at large 
and coming over to their sisters house 
going after her dog which is chained up.

Officer advised them to contact this 
department when it is going on.

They advised they understood.


Ptl. French



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Thursday, October 12, 2017
09:52 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177386
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Accident Private Property
1125 E STATE ST
CIRCLE K EAST

Traffic Crash Report Private Property

Unit #I : PARKED 2013 BMW 4s Bronze in 
color
Owner: Christina Ann Ciancone 5976 
Upland Ridge Dr Medina, Ohio 44256


Unit #2: 2003 Ford 4s Cream colored
Owner / Operator: Karla C. Welch 46730 
Church St Apt 4 New Waterford, Ohio 
44445


Unit #1 was parked on the south side of the 
gas pumps facing west. Unit #2 backed 
from a parking space in front of the building 
/ store striking Unit #l's left rear quarter with 
it's left rear quarter. No injuries reported. No 
tow needed.



Ptl. French



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Incident #:20177377 
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Runaway / Missing


Complainant: David Texter


Officer met with the complainant / father of 
one, Jared Texter who advised that, his 18 
year old son Jared has not been seen since 
approximately 2300hrs on October the 9th, 
2017 (Monday) when he left his residence 
where he has been living (with his brother 
Matthew) the EverGreen Apartments 700blk 
of E. 5th St.

The complainant / father talked with Jared 
on Monday advising him of a meeting 
coming up on Tuesday.

That evening when the brother was 
sleeping some time around 2300hrs he left 
the apartment. He has no phone.

Additional: May be wearing a black colored 
fall type jacket and flip flops.

Riding a black colored Mountain bike 
(Giant)

Does have a few friends that live in the 
area.

Likes to visit Memorial Park.

5'05" 210#'s Brown/Brown Stocky build fair 
complexion



Ptl. French


NOTE: Officer was notified at 1740hrs that 
the complainant / father had found the 
missing son and all is fine.




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Incident #: 20177374
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Speak To Officer 


Complainant: TERESA WELSH

SPEAK TO OFFICER IN REGARDS TO 
ODOR OF MARIJUANA IN VEHICLE THAT 
SHE PURCHASED RECENTLY


Officer met with the complainant on station 
and checked the vehicle. A recently sprayed 
air fresher is the only thing officer could 
smell. Officer did talk with K-9 officer 
Garber and advised her of what to do and 
when to meet with him and K-9 Simon.

She advised she does not smoke and has 
not smoked in her vehicle. She was advised 
to lock her car doors at night also in case 
some one is smoking in it while its parked.



Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20177375
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Littering / Dumping
400 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN
POSTING SIGNS ON TELEPHONE POLE


Officer made contact with the person 
responsible for placing the signs and they 
were advised of the City ordinance and to 
stop placing them on the poles. The subject 
advised they understood.



Lt. Casto



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Incident #: 20177376
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
S LINCOLN AVE / SUMMIT ST


SUB CRYSTAL RAE HOSKINSON

Officer(s) responded to the area of S. 
Lincoln and Summit along with checking the 
area of the 200blk of Vine St. for a female 
who has an active warrant for her arrest 
from Columbiana County. She had left her 
mothers residence on Summit and was last 
seen walking towards S. Lincoln.

She got into a black colored vehicle with a 
male driver and female passenger.

Officer(s) checked the area and could not 
locate the female nor the vehicle.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20177378
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Ambulance Needed
423 S LUNDY AVE A
GROCERY

Officers responded to the above location for 
a male subject who fell. The male subject 
stated he was diabetic and needed medical 
attention. 

Officers assisted EMT and Salem FD, the 
male subject was transported to Salem ER.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20177379
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Suspicious Person
308 OHIO-AVE 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male subject with a hatchet 
attempting to break down the door to the 
residence. 

Officers located the male subject in the 
residence with a walking cane. The male 
subject stated that he went for a walk then 
forgot something then came back to the 
residence.



Ptll. R. Miller




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Incident #: 20177380
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST
SMITH OIL GAS STATION


VIC SMITH OIL, GAS 968 E STATE ST


Report of a Drive off at the above business. 

Upon arrival, the employee advised that a 
female subject in a older White Chevy 
vehicle had pumped $24.00 worth of gas 
and left without paying. 

Complainant was given the report number, 
officer checked the area and was unable to 
locate.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177383
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Animal Complaint
523 FRANKLIN ST


Complainant: TERRY STEELE

DOG TAKEN

Officer met with the complainant on station 
and he advised that he had heard that on 
Sunday or Monday evening the dog was in 
a yard on E. 6th St and a female was 
getting out of her vehicle to pick it up but 
another female got out of a red / maroon 
colored Chevrolet Equinox type vehicle and 
picked the dog up.

He is afraid that the female took his dog 
since no one has tried to contact him.

He had placed flyers around town with his 
phone number on them and information on 
the dog.

There is a flyer on station if the dog is 
located.

Dog named Ally Pomeranian female adult 
medium tan hair length long.

Last seen on 6th street but in area of 
Franklin & S. Lincoln.

Missing since 10-07-17.




Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20177384
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Fraud
1124 E WILSON ST 

Complainant: David Barton

VIC David Barton

Officer met with the complainant/victim on 
station who advised that he has been 
notified by his bank that a couple checks 
came to them and he advised he did not 
write them that they were forged by a male 
subject he knows of but does not know 
closely. Unknown how the subject may 
have gotten the check(s)

The check was #1141 on Wood Forest 
Bank.



Ptl. French




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lncident #: 20177344
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Menacing / Threats
1200 E SIXTH ST A


Complainant: WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM


Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin Ave. to take a report of menacing. 
The complainant advised officer that while 
his was walking to his car from being 
dropped off near the high school another 
male subject, who he has had prior issues 
with drove past him and made threats to 
cause him harm. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20177347
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1000 S BROADWAY AVE B 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the Salem China 
building for a report of several juveniles on 
the roof. Officers were able to locate the 
juveniles several blocks away and advise 
them that they were tresspassing to not to 
go back to that building.



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20177348
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Theft
1166 BENTON RD


Officer responded to the 1100 block of 
Benton Rd for a report of a theft. The 
employee of the business advised property 
from inside the business had been placed in 
a POD outside for renovation. She noticed 
a red truck pull into the parking lot and 
when it sped away she noticed property 
from the business in the bed of the truck. 

The employee advised the incident 
occurred earlier that day and the other 
employee would be in tomorrow to give a 
statement about the subjects involved. 

This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177350
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Intoxicated Driver
NEWGARDEN AVE / E PIDGEON


Officers responded to a reported intoxicated 
driver on Newgarden Ave. coming into the 
City. Officers located the vehicle and 
stopped it finding the driver was not 
intoxicated. K9 Simon was deployed and 
did indicate to the presence of narcotic 
odor. Officers did not locate any contraband 
and cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20177353
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF N HOWARD


Officer located an illegally parked vehicle in 
the 100 block of N. Howard Ave. Officer 
contacted the driver and the vehicle was 
removed without incident. Officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20177354
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
879 E FIFTH ST 1/2


Complainant: KEVIN WINN

Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
Fifth St for a domestic dispute report. The 
complainant advised his wife had left the 
residence in a vehicle and officers located 
the vehicle on E Fifth St near N Lincoln 
Ave. 

The victim advised that him and his wife got 
into a verbal altercation and she had struck 
him in the neck. The male victim did have 
visible scratches on his neck and his shirt 
was torn. The female subject advised that 
she had scratch the male subject when he 
tried to cut up a bank card. 

The female subject was taken into custody 
for domestic violence and transported to 
Salem Police Department where she was 
processed and booked. The female subject 
was then transported to Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested: Kellie Winn
Address: 879 Y2 E Fifth St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Domestic Violence ORC 
2919.25(A)



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20177355
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
1750 E STATE ST
LIQUOR STORE


Complainant: RYAN YERKEY

Officers responded to the above location for 
an irate persons report. Complainant 
advised that a female attempted to 
purchase liquor with her juvenile son. The 
complainant advised the female that he 
would not sell the product to her because of 
her being with her juvenile son and she 
became irate. 

Complainant then advised that the female 
left but shortly returned with her husband 
and began to yell more. 

Officers made contact with the female and 
her husband, who advised she was treated 
poorly and did not become irate. The 
female also advised that she believed that 
the complainant made rude and vulgar 
comments to her but it was found out that it 
was another subject in the store who was 
attempting make a purchase. 

The female and male in question were 
advised that they were criminal trespassed 
from the store and advised not to return or 
they will face criminal charges.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20177357
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Protection Order Violation
452 W FOURTH ST


Complainant: STEVEN BRYAN

Officer responded to the 400 block of W 
Fourth St for a report of a possible 
protection order violation. Officer arrived 
and spoke to the complainant who advised 
that a male continually parks close to his 
house and that there is a protection order in 
place. Officer did call and speak to the other 
male who was advised to mind his distance.


Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20177358
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Accident Private Property
788 E PERSHING ST 
SALEM BOXING CLUB


Complainant: PANEZOTT, CHIEF J.T.


Unit 2 Owner GERALD ZIMMERMAN 

Unit 1  West Branck Local School Bus


Unit 1 was parked in the parking lot of the 
above location with only the drive inside. 
Unit 2 was attempting to back out of a 
parking spot and the rear bumper of unit 2 
struck the front passenger side tire of unit 1. 
Minimal damage was caused to unit 2. No 
damage was caused to unit 1. 

Unit 2 was gone upon arrival, but the driver 
of unit 1 did speak with the driver of unit 2.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20177359
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Check Well Being
450 AETNA ST

Complainant: NEW DAY, RECOVERY

Officers responded to the above location for 
a well being check after receiving a third 
party call. Complainant, who works for New 
Day Recovery, advised she received a call 
from a female who was making threats to 
harm herself. 

Upon arrival, the female stated she never 
made any threats but was having some 
issues. After speaking with the female, she 
voluntarily went by ambulance to Salem ER 
to speak to someone about the issues she 
was having.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20177360
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL


Complainant: SALEM, ER


Officers responded to the 1900 block of E 
State St for an irate patient. The 
complainant advised the male subject was 
yelling at hospital personnel after being 
discharged. The male subject had left with a 
female subject prior to officers arrival. The 
hospital staff was able to provide names of 
the subjects involved, officers checked the 
area but was unable to locate the subjects.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20177361
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
627 S MADISON AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious vehicle. 
Complainant advised there was an 
unknown vehicle parked in front of her 
neighbors residence who was not home. 

Upon arrival, the vehicle in question was 
gone. Officer did check the residence and 
located an unlocked door. Officer did make 
entry and checked the residence but did not 
locate anyone inside of the residence. 
Officers did make contact with the home 
owner via cell phone, who stated that he left 
the door unlocked. The homeowner also 
advised that when he returned home from 
work he would check the residence and 
contact this station if he noticed anything 
missing.

Officer did secure the residence prior to 
leaving the scene.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20177363
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Person To Be Removed
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: NANCY MCKENZIE


Officers responded to Walmart for a report 
of an irate customer to be removed. 

Officers arrived and made contact with the 
male. Walmart did criminal trespass the 
male and a female that was present with 
him. While on scene the K9 did alert to 
narcotic odor on the subjects vehicle but 
nothing of significance was located inside. 

The subjects then cleared.




Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20177364
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Traffic Offense
2094 E STATE ST


While on patro1,officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a licensing offense. 
During the stop, the scent of marijuana was 
noticed and the K9 did alert to the presence 
of narcotic odor. Nothing of collectible 
quantity was located in the vehicle and the 
driver was cited for Expired OL.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177365
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Suspicious Activity 
565 COLUMBIA ST 


Complainant: JORDAN SNELTZER


Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St in regards to a suspicious 
activity report. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that he believed 
there had been drug activity occuring at one 
of his mother's apartment properties. Officer 
gathered information and advised that 
complainant of his options for dealing with 
the situation.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20177367
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Shoplifter(s)
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
W State St in regards to a report of 
shoplifters. Prior to officer arrival, officer 
located a male and female subject walking 
northbound in the 200 block of N Ellsworth 
Ave that matched the description of the 
shoplifters that was given. Officer made 
contact with the subjects and found that 
they were the two subjects in question. 

Officer also located the merchandise that 
was taken from the business with no 
payment. Officers subsequently placed the 
male and female subjects in custody and 
transported them back to the Salem Police 
Department for booking, the two subjects 
were then transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail.

The items that were taken from the 
business were returned to the business.


Arrested: John E Whisel
Address(LKA): 370 N Lundy Ave. Salem, 
Ohio, 44460
Charge: Theft

Arrested: Kimberly I Edie
Address: 378 Y2 E Fourth St. Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Theft- Complicity




Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20177369
Date: Wednesday, October 11,2017
Domestic Dispute Report 
965 S LUNDY AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a domestic/assault. 

Upon arrival, a male subject stated his live 
in girlfriend punched him in the face while 
he was sleeping due to not having her 
cigarettes. 

Another male on scene who is a roommate 
of the female in question also stated that 
the female punched him in the face as well. 

Both male subjects did have visible injuries 
to their face. Both male subject denied 
needing medical treatment The female who 
was located in the back bedroom was taken 
into custody and directly transported to 
county jail due to her behavior.


Arrested: Deanna M. Lodge, 965 S. Lundy, 
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Domestic M-1
Assault W1



Ptl. D. Young



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Wednesday, October 11, 2017
05:55 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177334
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Missing Person (Adult)
2265 KENNEDY DR

Officer(s) responded to the 2200 block of 
Kennedy to check on the welfare of a city 
resident. On arrival officers spoke with the 
mans family who stated that he had left the 
residence and they had no ideal were he 
had went. 

As officers were checking the area the 
person was located. Officers cleared


.
Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177335
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Harassment
1007 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: MICHAEL HAMILTON

Officer(s) responded to the 1000 block of 
East 4th St for a report of harassment. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that he is being 
harassed by a female known to him. The 
complainant stated that the person in 
question will walk into his residence 
uninvited and slap him and has accused 
him of taking her sons bicycle. 

Officers advised the complainant of his 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers will attempt to make contact with 
the female in question. 

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177337
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
252 W SEVENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
West 7th St for a report of accidental 
damage to a residence. 

On arrival officers found the City Street 
Dept on scene. It was determined that one 
of the construction vehicles doing business 
in the city had caused the damage. 

The City Street Dept stated that they would 
take care of the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177338
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Accident Private Property
1200 E SIXTH ST A

Private property accident 

Officer(s) responded to the rear lot of the 
Salem High School for a reported two 
vehicle accident. Unit # 1 had been 
traveling through the parking lot when it 
struck unit # 2. 

Unit # 2 had been unoccupied and legally 
parked in the parking lot when it was struck 
by unit # 1. Unit # 1 sustained damage to 
the right side. Unit # 2 sustained damage to 
the left front bumper area. There were no 
reported injuries and no citations were 
issued.


Unit # 1 / owner / Columbiana County 
Board of Education
driver / Cathy Hoover
vehicle / 2017 Ford


Unit # 2 / owner / Kacie Parrish
vehicle / 1999 Dodge




Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177339
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Road Rage
N HOWARD AVE / W THIRD ST



Officers were dispatched to a traffic crash at 
N. Howard Ave. at W Third St. with a road 
rage fight in progress. Officers arrived to 
find that no crash had occurred but that the 
drivers had began shouting at each other 
over alleged moving violations and then 
voluntarily engaged in fighting on the road 
between the vehicles.

Driver of the suv stated that the dump truck 
ran the stop sign at W 3rd and N. Howard 
and almost ran into his car. He then claimed 
the driver of the dump truck got out of his 
truck and punched him through the window.

Driver of suv got out and defended himself 
with the two men fighting between the dump 
truck and suv on N. Howard. The suv got 
damaged on the drivers door. Both drivers' 
cell phones were damaged. 

Driver of suv had visible injuries to his 
forehead and elbow and the driver of the 
dump truck claimed leg and internal pain.

Reporting officer upon arrival had called 
dispatch to respond medics and FD first 
responders. A third party who witnessed 
part of this incident claimed to be walking 
nearby. He heard the tires screech and he 
turned and saw the drivers yelling at each 
other from their vehicles. They then got out 
of their respective vehicles and started 
pushing and punching each other.

Driver of the dump truck advised that he 
turned left/south off W 3rd and the suv 
driving northbound swerved into his lane on 
N Howard and he braked and then began 
yelling at him. They then got out and began 
the physical altercation. 

Where the vehicles were stopped on the 
road did show enough room for the suv to 
back away from the other driver or to get 
away from the situation. It also looked as if 
he could continue forward between the 
truck and right side curb. 

Officers on scene determined each party to 
be charged with a minor misdemeanor 
disorderly conduct charge. Mr. Jones 
signed off on medical assistance, Mr. 
Johngrass did go to SMRC for pain in legs 
Iin ternal pain.



Arrest 17-1193 disorderly conduct MM, 
Jeffery Jones 200 W 4th St, Salem, OH 
44460 


Arrest 17-1194 disorderly conduct MM, 
Raymond Johngrass 2655 Churchville Rd., 
Hillsville PA 16132


Ptl. D.Banar901



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lncident #: 20177340
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
462 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
East Pershing St for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been traveling west 
in the 500 block of East Pershing St when 
the driver stopped for the stop sign at the 
intersection of East Pershing and South 
Lundy. Unit # 2 had also been traveling 
west in the 500 block of East Pershing St 
when the driver failed to stop for traffic. This 
action caused unit # 2 to strike unit # 1 from 
behind. 

There were no reported injuries and no 
citations were issued.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Sharon Matyas
vehicle / 2007 Chevy


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Carly Williams
vehicle / 2003 Chevy



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177341
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Protection Order Violation


Complainant: SHIRLEY CATLOS

Reporting officer spoke to the complainant 
who stated that while at a business in 
Leetonia, the employees were contacted by 
someone that she has a protection order 
against and made accusations against the 
complainant of being a liar over personal 
issues. 

A written statement was obtained from the 
complainant regarding the incident and 
advised that the information would be 
forwarded to the Prosecutors Office for 
review.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20177323
Date: Monday, October 9,2017
Civil Matter
737 N ELLSWORTH AVE 1/2


Officer spoke with a subject on station in 
reference to what was determined to be a 
civil matter. 

Officer spoke with both subjects involved 
and ensured the matter was civil with both 
agreeing to rectify the problem. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20177328
Date: Monday, October 9,2017
Neighbor Dispute
406 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: TAMMY MARTIN


Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave for a neighbor dispute. One 
neighbor complained that the other was 
coming over without permission. 

Officer did advise the other neighbor to stay 
away from the complainants.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177332
Date: Tuesday, October 10,2017
Harassment 
2875 E STATE ST 
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: CAMILLE BIRONE


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of harassment 
that occurred in the 2800 block of E State 
St. The complainant advised the male 
subject had entered the business and 
demanded to speak to a manager. He told 
the manager that the complainant was 
threatening him and he wanted to speak to 
her. 

The complainant advised that this was not 
the first incident that occurred at her place 
of employment. 

The officer spoke with the manager of the 
business who advised that officers could 
criminally trespass the male subject from 
the business. 

Officer attempted to make contact with the 
male subject over the telephone but the 
subject did not have a working phone 
number. The complainant advised that she 
would be able to show officers his 
residence tomorrow.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Tuesday, October 10, 2017
08:19 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177325
Date: Monday, October 9,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
PENN AVE / E PERSHING ST

Unit #l, Driver / Owner: Christina Mohr 


Unit #2, CITED: Driver / Owner: MARILYN 
SEIDNER 


Officer responded to the intersection of 
Penn Ave and E Pershing St for a report of 
a motor vehicle accident without injuries. 
officer arrived and found that Unit #2 was 
south bound on Penn Ave when it failed to 
yield the right of way from a stop sign and 
struck Unit#l which was traveling east 
bound on E Pershing St. The driver of Unit 
#2 was cited for Failure to Yield from the 
stop sign. 

The driver of Unit #l did call Sinsleys Towing 
and the vehicle was towed from the scene.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177321
Date: Monday, October 9,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
WASHINGTON AVE / OAK ST


City Service requested an officer to have a 
vehicle removed from the road as the 
contractor repaving the streets was going to 
grind the road down soon. Contact made 
with the woman who resided near the 
parked vehicle.

She had a friend move the vehicle off the 
road. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20177320
Date: Monday, October 9,2017
Theft
1622 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: THOMAS PAGE,

Complainant called to advised that one of 
the patients that his company takes care of 
was missing some medication. The 
complainant was advised of the 
complainant number and of his options.


Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20177236
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
9755 LUNDY AVE 


While on patrol, reporting officer observed a 
vehicle parked in the 900 block of Lundy 
with an expired registration.

A pink ticket was issued to the vehicle for 
the violation. A 48 hr parking noticed was 
also placed on the vehicle, as it appears 
that the vehicle has not been moved in 
some time.



Lt. David L. Casto




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Incident #: 20177313
Date: Monday, October 9,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation 
MORRIS AVE / MOUND ST


Officer checked with two residents about 
having cars removed from the street in front 
of thier homes. The city street dept. 
foreman requested them be moved due to 
paving company wanting to grind down the 
street. Officer made contact with both 
parties who moved the cars off Mound St. 
(as of 1230pm, the company had not began 
grinding the street )


Ptl. Banar



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lncident #: 20177318
Date: Monday, October 9,2017
Accidental Damage
S ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: ASHLEY MERCER

Officer on patrol responded to the 200 block 
of S. Ellsworth Ave. for a reported 
accidental damage. Officer arrived and 
found a vehicle in the parking lot was struck 
by the door of a car parked next to it. Officer 
photographed the damage, advised the 
complainant that there was no enforceble 
action and to follow up with the subject or 
the insurance company.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20177317
Date: Monday, October 9,2017
Dog at Large
325 W STATE ST


Officer on patrol located a dog at large on 
W State St. near Jennings Ave. and 
attempted to collect the animal before it was 
stuck by traffic. 

Officer was unable to catch the animal and 
it ran off. Officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20177299
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Solicitor(s)
SOUTHEAST BLVD / FRANKLIN ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male subject holding a sign on 
the roadway asking for money. Officers 
made contact with the subject and advised 
he wasn't allowed to solicit in the city. The 
male subject was advised to go home, he 
left without incident.


Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Incident #: 20177301
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1000 S BROADWAY AVE B
FACTORY / MILL

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of multiple juveniles walking on the 
roof of a building.

Officers checked the area and located the 
juveniles walking down the street near the 
building. The juveniles admitted to walking 
on the roof, they were advised not to go 
back there for safety reasons along with 
trespass charges.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20177302
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Runaway / Missing
838 PROSPECT ST C


Complainant: KAREN PHILLIPS

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Prospect St in reference to a juvenile 
runaway complaint.

Complainant advised that she and her 15 
year old son had gotten into an argument 
and that he had left the residence without 
telling anyone where he was going. Officers 
made multiple attempts to locate the 
juvenile at various places throughout the 
city, all with negative contact. Officer later 
located the juvenile on a skate board in the 
700 block of S Lundy Ave. The juvenile was 
provided with a transport back to his 
residence and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177303
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Open Burning
875 GRANITE AVE
GARAGE / SHED

Complainant: FD DEPT, SALEM 

Officer responded to the 800 block of 
Granite Ave to assist the Salem FD with a 
possible open burning or garage fire. Just 
prior to officer arriving, the Salem FD 
advised that the source of the smoke had 
been affirmed to be a fog machine and 
nothing further was needed. 


Sgt B Slider 



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Incident #: 20177304
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Ambulance Needed
423 S LUNDY AVE A


Complainant: MARKET, SPARKLE 423 S 
LUNDY AVE 


Police responded to Sparkle parking lot for 
a suspicious female. The manager advised 
a female has been slumped over her 
steering wheel and was confused as to why 
she was there. 

When Police made contact the female 
advised she was dizzy and not feeling well. 
First responders arrived and checked the 
female out. The female was then 
transported due to medical issues.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20177305
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
838 PROSPECT ST C


Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Prospect St in regards to an unknown 
juvenile problem. Dispatch advised that she 
was sending medical personnel and stated 
that the juvenile was upset about an 
unknown matter. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
juvenile's mother who advised that she 
wanted her son to go to the hospital in order 
to get medical help. 

Officers spoke with the juvenile who 
advised that he was feeling okay but, had 
hit his head on the pavement earlier in the 
day and became dizzy.

 The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance were also 
dispatched to the scene. The juvenile was 
checked out by medical personnel and then 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG Ambulance for evaluation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177306
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
762 E FOURTH ST 1/2 


Complainant: KENDRA  KLINE

Officer responded to the 400 block of E 
Fourth St for a complaint of 
telecommunications harassment. The 
complainant advised that her son had been 
in a relationship that recently ended, and 
the son had moved home.

Since then there has been an ongoing issue 
with telecommunications harassment. 
Officer subsequently made contact with 
other parties involved and all parties were 
requested to cease any further contact by 
any means in order to prevent potential 
criminal charges. All parties agreed they 
would have no further contact. 

There were a few items of personal 
property between the individuals that officer 
assisted in seeing were returned. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20177307
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Civil Matter
975 E THIRD ST


Complainant: PAMELA AUGUSTINE

Officer responded to 975 E. Third St. to 
speak with a female complainant in 
reference to a civil matter. 

Upon arrival, the female complainant 
wished to pursue charges of slander. 
Complainant advised that a recent video 
from a local vape shop has surfaced on 
facebook of a female allegedly stealing from 
the business and that people on facebook 
are saying it is her in the video. The 
complainant advised that it is not her in the 
video and that she was in Alliance, OH the 
day the theft allegedly occurred. 

The female complainant further advised that 
another female subject posted a screen 
shot of a prior criminal record of hers off of 
the court website and shared it on facebook 
and that is why she wishes to pursue 
charges. 

Officer advised the female complainant that 
slander is not a criminal matter and that she 
would need to speak with an attorney and 
pursue a civil suit against the person(s) in 
questions. Complainant was provided a 
report# and officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177309
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
MV Lockout 
798 M APLE ST

Complainant: Stephanie Frank

Police responded to the 1700 block of 
Maple for a motor vehicle lockout. The 
complainant advised they put a child in the 
car seat then attempted to enter the vehicle 
and it was locked. 

The vehicle was running and the child was 
calm. 

Officers were able to gain entry.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177311
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Intoxicated Driver
1995 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers checked E State St for a possible 
intoxicated driver operating a silver vehicle 
westbound from the 1900 block. Officers did 
not observe any vehicle with a registration 
matching what had been provided by the 
caller as being on the suspect vehicle. 
Officers located the vehicle a short time 
later in the shift and conducted a traffic 
stop. The driver was not intoxicated and 
was advised of the complaint. 


Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20177312
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Speak To Officer 


Three 18 year old females responded to the 
police department in order to speak with an 
officer about false allegations. Officer on 
station spoke with the females who advised 
that the subject, with whom they work, 
claimed that she was going to respond to 
the police department to make a report that 
the three females were going to fight her. 
They also advised that the subject was 
going to claim that the females were going 
to slash her tires.

The females advised that these allegations 
are not true and they wanted to have a 
report on file. 

Officer gathered all necessary information 
and advised that a report would be on file. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Monday, October 09, 2017
07:58 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177296
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Ambulance Needed
1368 S LINCOLN AVE 7

Officers responded to 1368 S. Lincoln Ave. 
Apt.#7 for a report of an audible alarm. 
Upon arrival, it was found a resident of the 
apartment had fallen in the bathroom and 
sustained injury to her head. 

The Salem Fire Dept. First Responders and 
KLG Ambulance responded. Officers stood 
by until the female subject was loaded into 
KLG's ambulance. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20177295
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
2586 E STATE ST A


Complainant: Zachary Obrien

Officers responded to the area of the Dollar 
Tree Plaza in the 2500 block of E. State St. 
for a report of a suspicious vehicle that went 
behind the business. While enroute, the 
complainant advised that the vehicle, a 
silver Chevy left westbound on E. State St. 

The vehicle was located and stopped in the 
Tim Horton's parking lot.

The driver was identified and advised the 
reason for the stop. The driver did admit to 
being behind the Dollar Tree plaza 
dumpster diving.

 Officers later cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177294
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
1778 FAIRVIEW CT 

Police responded to a report of power lines 
on the roadway in the 1700 block of 
Fairview Ct.. Police found that a tree limb 
had fallen on the wires knocking them down 
along with a metal light pole. 

Police and FD stood by until Ohio Edison 
responded and cleared the lines from the 
roadway.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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lncident #: 20177293
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Fight
610 SHARP AVE


Police responded to a reported fight in the 
600 block of Sharp St.. Upon arrival police 
spoke with four subjects at the residence 
who advised they invited three male 
subjects they met at a drinking 
establishment back to their residence. One 
of the males upset the homeowner and the 
three were advised to leave and a scuffle 
broke out.

Two of the males fled in a vehicle and one 
of the males attempted to regain entry into 
the residence. That subject fled northbound 
on Sharp St. when advised police were on 
their way. Police searched the area but 
were unable to locate the truck or the 
subject that fled on foot.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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lncident #: 20177292
Date: Sunday, October 8,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP

Officer assisted a Trooper with the Highway 
Patrol at the Salem Police Dept. with 
witnessing the reading of the BMV2255 
form on an OVI suspect he had placed 
under arrest. Officer cleared a short time 
later.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177288
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Open Burning
640 E THIRD ST 


While on patrol in the 600 block of E Fourth 
St officers noted an odor of burning plastic. 
Officers subsequently located the source to 
be a smoldering fire ring in the fenced back 
yard of a residence in the 600 block of E 
Third St. Contact was made with the 
resident an city burning ordinances were 
explained. The fire had been a legal 
cookout fire, but someone had thrown 
something plastic into it at some point, 
resulting in the odor. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177287
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Intoxicated Person
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Fifth St for a report of a male individual 
walking in the roadway.

Officers located a male individual walking 
along the sidewalk in that area who affirmed 
he had been in the road briefly due to 
trouble navigating the sidewalk curb. The 
individual was intoxicated but did appear to 
pose a danger to himself and stated he was 
on his way home to E Third St. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177286
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Runaway / Missing
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers responded to the parking lot of 
Speedway gas station on W State St. for a 
report of a runaway / missing juvenile that 
was in the parking lot 

While enroute dispatch received a call from 
Goshen Twp. PD advising of a missing 
juvenile from the Sharon Lynn Group Home 
on Sharon Lynn Dr. Upon arrival, contact 
was made with the juvenile and identified 
juvenile did admit to running away. 

A Goshen Twp. officer responded to 
Speedway where the juvenile was released 
to the Goshen Officer and transported back 
home. 


Officer cleared.




Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20177283
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Littering / Dumping
SHARP AVE / PROSPECT ST


Officer responded to the area of Prospect 
St and Sharp Ave where a resident had 
observed a dark color car travelling West on 
Prospect St a short time prior to the time of 
the complaint. As the vehicle proceeded 
West area residents heard glass shattering 
and stated it appeared that an occupant of 
the vehicle had shattered a bottle(s) in the 
area. 

Officer subsequently found a six pack of 
alcoholic beverage bottles had been thrown 
onto the sidewalk and shattered. As much 
of the glass as possible was picked up and 
properly discarded. 


Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20177282
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Fight
1256 E STATE ST


Police responded to the 200 block of E. 
State St for several individuals fighting in 
the roadway. When officers arrived and 
made contact it was a verbal argument with 
a male and female. Both subjects advised 
nothing physical had taken place. After 
speaking with the subjects they were 
advised to keep the argument down while 
they remain in public.


Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20177281
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
0 0600 BLOCK OF  S Union Ave 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 600 block of S 
Union Ave for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle at a residence. Officers made 
contact with the individual who was affirmed 
to reside next door to the location of the 
report. The individual advised that his 
neighbor had given him permission to 
remove firewood from the neighbor's 
property and officer observed the bed of the 
truck contained nothing but wood. The 
individual also provided a name and 
number of the neighbor for officers to follow 
up and confirm permission had been 
granted. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20177279
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Littering / Dumping
450 AETNA ST 


Complainant: ROBERTA SAUM

Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
Aetna St in reference to littering complaint. 
Complainant advised that in the wooded 
area behind her residence, someone has 
been dumping their trash. 

Complainant stated that she believes it to 
be the subject, who lives next door. Officer 
made contact with the subject via public 
service, due to the subject not being home. 
The subject was asked about the complaint 
and advised that it was not him and that he 
had also noticed the trash. 

Officer advised the subject to keep an eye 
out and to contact this department if they 
observed anyone dumping trash. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20177278
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Dog At Large

Complainant: DENISE MAYHEW

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
E Third St in reference to a dog at large. 
Complainant advised of a small brown dog 
that was walking and barking in an alley 
behind the 700 block of E Third St. 

Officers responded and searched the area 
for several minutes, but the dog was unable 
to be located. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177276
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Civil Matter 
656 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: HOLLEY ODELL

Officer responded to 656 Jennings Ave. for 
a civil dispute. The complainant advised 
that she and her husband area separated 
and have been for several months. She 
advised that he has been at the residence 
for a few hours removing community 
property, which she states he is not 
allowed.

 The complainants husband reportedly took 
multiple household items belonging to the 
both of them as well as a snow blower. 

Officer did speak to the male half and he 
was advised not to get rid of anything until 
the court case is settled.


Sgt. D. Green



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Sunday, October 08, 2017
09:14 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177266
Date: Saturday. October 7.2017
Accident No Injury Reported
156 N LINCOLN AVE
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN


Unit #2 Driver: Emileigh L. Crooms, 
SALINEVILLE, OH
Owner: CARLA CROOMS, 
HAMMONDSVILLE, OH 

Unit #1 Driver:Owner: TAYLOR YOUNG, 
BERLIN CENTER, OH


Officer responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a motor vehicle accident 
with no injuries. Unit # was headed 
southbound on N Lincoln Ave. Unit #2 was 
headed northbound on N Lincoln Ave and 
attempted to make a left hand turn onto 
Sugar tree Alley. Unit #2 failed to yield to 
Unit #1 and the front driver side struck the 
front driver side of Unit #1. 

Pictures were taken of the damage to both 
vehicles and the driver of Unit #2 was 
issued a citation.

The driver of Unit #2 gave officer consent to 
search the vehicle and a a small amount of 
marijuana shake was found inside the 
vehicle. 

Both units were able to be driven from the 
scene.


Cited: Emileigh L. Crooms
Address: 45 112 E Main St, Salineville, 
Ohio 43945
Charge: FTY when Turning Left city 
ordinance 331 .I7


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177268
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Accident MV vs Animal
800 BLOCK OF NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: TIMOTHY SCHULTZ


Officer responded to the 800 block of 
NewGarden Ave for a motor vehicle 
accident. The complainant advised that two 
deer struck his vehicle when he was 
headed northeast on NewGarden Ave. The 
vehicle had extensive damage to the truck 
bed and pictures were taken of the damage. 

There were no injuries reported and the 
vehicle was able to be driven from the 
scene.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177260
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Debris In Roadway 
N ELLSWORTH AVE / W TENTH

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the intersection of N 
Ellsworth Ave and W Tenth St after a caller 
reported the traffic cones and manhole 
covers had been tampered with. 

Officers observed no problem with the 
cones/covers at that intersection, however 
several cones were subsequently observed 
to have been struck and knocked off of the 
manhole covers in the 400 and 500 block of 
N Ellsworth. The traffic cones were able to 
be fixed and replaced without incident. 


Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20177263
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Criminal Trespassing
1395 STONE CASTLE TR


Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil problem. Officers received a report 
that the homeowner was out of town. The 
ex husband along with his attorney were 
reportedly going to show up and remove 
items from the residence. Officers made 
contact with the ex husband as well as his 
attorney at the residence. He advised that 
this has been an ongoing problem with him 
not being able to retrieve any property, but 
stated that they have not entered the 
residence. 

They elected to come back at a later date to 
prevent any problems.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177264
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Neighbor Dispute
589 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: MELANIE STURGELL

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with a complainant over a neighbor 
dispute. The complainant stated the 
neighbors cat is always roaming around the 
neighborhood and looks like its always 
hungry. The complainant stated she started 
to feed the cat and let it into her residence 
the last couple of days. 

Today while her children were playing with 
the cat in their front yard the owner of the 
cat came across the road and into her yard 
picked up the cat and took it back to their 
residence. The complainant didn't want the 
neighbor on her property and thought he 
should be in trouble. 

Officers advised the complainant that since 
the cat belongs to the neighbor he has 
every right to come over and collect the cat.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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lncident #: 20177265
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
RR Crossing Gate Malfunction
S ELLSWORTH AVE / AETNA 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of the gate broken at the railroad 
crossing. The gate was snapped in half, 
therefore Norfolk Southern was contacted 
and advised.



Sgt. D. Green 



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Incident #: 20177269
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept
408 FAIR AVE


Officers responded to the above location to 
assist Mahoning County Sheriff's 
Department. Officers spoke with a female 
subject about an open trailer that was sold 
recently and who she sold it to, information 
was collected and passed on to County 
Sheriff's Office.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20177270
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Child Abuse
1231 W TENTH ST


Complainant: EDWIN MIRANDA,  
BOARDMAN, OH 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of possible child 
abuse. The complainant advised his ex-
wife's new boyfriend was abusing his son. 
Officer spoke with the complainant and the 
child involved about the incident that 
occurred several weeks prior. 

The complainant was advised that the 
incident would be passed on to the 
detective for further investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177271
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Littering / Dumping
208 ROSE AVE


Complainant: TONY PERRY

The complainant responded to this 
department to report unauthorized dumping. 
He advised that he owns 208 Rose Ave. 
and has a dumpster for his tenants. He 
discovered that someone other than his 
tenants has been throwing their trash away 
in his dumpster. 

He provided personal information located in 
the trash belonging to the person 
responsible. Contact will be made with the 
individual and he will be advised of the 
complaint and possible charges, should he 
continue.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20177272
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Suspicious Activity
788 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Police responded to the parking lot of the 
Masonic Temple for suspicious activity. 
When officers made contact with the group 
of subjects, they advised they were playing 
Pokemon Go. Officers cleared as 
everything appeared normal.



Ptl Osberg 




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lncident #: 20177273
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: BRADLEY 

Officer responded to the above location for 
a reported drive-off. The complainant 
advised that a silver Kia was at pump #2 
and the driver pumped $20.00 worth of fuel. 
She then departed without rendering 
payment.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20177258
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Assault
375 E FIFTH ST 2W


Complainant: RANDALL CLUNEN


Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
E. Fifth Street for an assault report. Officers 
responded and met with the complainant 
who was highly intoxicated. The 
complainant advised that a male subject 
knocked on his door and when he opened it 
the male grabbed him by the shirt and 
pushed him down. The complainant advised 
that the male subject is the nephew of his 
girlfriend. 

Officers had just been at the complainants 
apartment for a dispute between him and 
his girlfriend (20177257). The complainant 
advised that he just wanted the male 
subject told not to come back to his 
residence. 

Officer located the male subject in the 300 
block of E. Fourth Street and he denied 
going to the complainants residence andlor 
assaulting him. He was advised not to go to 
the complainants residence and he stated 
he understood.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177257
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
375 E FIFTH ST 2W 


Complainant: RANDALL CLUNEN

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
E. Fifth Street for an unknown problem at a 
residence. Officers responded and found 
that the male caller was highly intoxicated 
and had been involved in an argument with 
his girlfriend. Officers made contact with the 
female subject who advised the 
complainant was upset because she was 
moving out due to the complainants 
drinking. 

Both parties advised nothing physical took 
place. The female subject gathered her 
belongings and she departed advising she 
was not coming back.


Ptl. C. Crider


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Incident #: 20177255
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Misc / Unknown Problem
775 NEWGARDEN AVE

Officer responded to the 700 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a possible dispute after 
an officer on another call down the street 
heard yelling coming from the area. Officer 
made contact with individuals in their yard 
who were searching for a pet that had 
escaped out the door. 

The pet was up the street at the location of 
the other officer and the owners responded 
to take it home. 

Sgt B Slider 

See also report #20177254



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Incident #: 20177254
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Animal Complaint
836 NEWGARDEN AVE

Police responded to a report of a potbelly 
pig in a residence in the 800 block of 
Newgarden Ave.. Upon arrival police found 
the animal in a fenced in rear yard. The 
owner was located in the 700 block 
searching for it and responded to take 
charge of it. 

Owner advised it escaped when a door was 
inadvertently left ajar.


Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20177253
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Harassment
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E STATE

Complainant: KATHERINE DONATO.  
BELOIT, OH 

Complainant advised that she and her 
husband were being harassed by a subject 
known to them. 

Police attempted to locate the suspect but 
were unable to.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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lncident #: 20177251
Date: Saturday, October 7,2017
Dog At Large
230 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: JORDAN ARCHER


Complainant observed a dog with its lead 
caught on a pole. Concerned because the 
dog wandered out into traffic she 
unwrapped the lead and called police. 

While enroute to the call the owner of the 
animal called and reported it ran off. Owner 
met police at the scene and identified the 
animal and it was returned to him.


Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Incident #: 20177249
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST B


Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE


Officers were dispatched to the emergency 
room of the Salem Regional Medical Center 
in order to assist KLG Ambulance and 
Lisbon PD with a combative patient that 
was being transported from Lisbon, OH. 

Officers responded and assisted medical 
personnel with restraining the subject. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177248
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
400 BLOCK OF E SCHOOL ST


Complainant: WILLIAM SPANBAUER

Officers responded to the 400 block of E 
School St in reference to a dispute. 
Complainant, who lives nearby, advised that 
he could hear a male and female outside 
arguing. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subjects and advised them of the 
complainant. The subjects advised that 
there was no issue and that they were only 
speaking loudly. Officers cleared a short 
time later.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177247
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
780 W STATE ST B
GAS STATION


Complainant: KORINA MOORE

Complainant reported that she had 
confronted a male individual in the parking 
lot of a business in the 700 block of W State 
St regarding the individual operating a 
motorcycle titled and registered to her 
father. The complainant advised that her 
adult son had previously traded the 
motorcycle to the suspect male without 
having first obtained permission from her 
father (The title holder and registered 
owner). The complainant had attempted to 
remove the rear license plate from the 
motorcycle, stating that the male individual 
is operating on her fathers plates illegally.

The male individual has reportedly had the 
vehicle since approximately June of this 
year. The complainant stated that while she 
was trying to remove the plate the individual 
backed up the motorcycle and bumped into 
her left shin before driving away with the 
plate still attached to the motorcycle. The 
complainant affirmed that the individual was 
just trying to get away from her and was 
rolling the bike backward just to get out
of the parking spot, and not with the intent 
to strike her. 

Officer advised the complainant that the 
trading of the motorcycles was more of a 
civil matter and they should consult an 
attorney. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177246
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Loud Persons 
737 N ELLSWORTH AVE 1/2


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY


Police responded to the 700 block of N. 
Ellsworth for a noise complaint. The 
complainant advised two intoxicated 
subjects were in the alley way and loud 
enough to disrupt them. When officers 
arrived the subject were already gone. 
Officers searched the area and were unable 
to locate.


Ptl Osberg 



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lncident #: 20177245
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Suspicious Person
981 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: SHIANA PHILABAUM


Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave in reference to a suspicious 
person. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with two female 
juveniles who advised that they were 
followed by an unknown male. 

Complainant advised that she and a friend 
were walking east bound along E 9th St 
when they turned around and observed a 
male following them, who was wearing a 
clown costume and carrying a baseball bat. 
Complainant stated that they heard loud 
sounds being made with the baseball bat 
while being followed and advised that he 
would speed up to get close to them. 

Complainant advised that they turned north 
bound onto N Ellsworth Ave and proceeded 
to a nearby store but, the male stopped at 
the corner of E 9th St and N Ellsworth Ave. 

Officers checked the area but, were 
unsuccessful in locating anyone matching 
the description given. 

Officers also spoke with multiple residents 
who live on E 9th St but, nobody had 
observed anyone matching the description. 
The two juveniles were offered a voluntary 
transport back to their residence but, stated 
that they would walk. They were advised to 
call back if they needed anything. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177244
Friday, October 6,2017
Check Well Being


Complainant: LORNA SMITH

Officer was advised by dispatch that a 
female complainant called the department 
for a well being check on a male subject. 
The complainant advised the male subject 
had made threats to cause harm to himself, 
but currently was living out of his car. The 
complainant provided a couple possible 
locations in the city that the subject could 
be. 

The locations were checked, but the 
subjects could not be located.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177243
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Suspicious Activity
COURT DR K
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers were dispatched to the bathrooms 
of Centennial Park in regards to suspicious 
activity. Complainant advised that two 
juveniles were on top of the bathroom 
building. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
both juveniles, who were observed jumping 
down from the building. They were advised 
not to get on top of the bathroom building 
and to use the park property for it's intended 
use only. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Saturday, October 07, 2017
08:19 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177241
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Speak To Officer
2559 LEXINGTON AVE 38


Complainant: DENISE BRAINARD


Report of a speak with officer at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
her juvenile son was given something on 
the school bus on the way home from 
school from another juvenile. Complainant 
was concerned, the school was notified, the 
matter was address with the other juvenile 
and his parents.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177238
Date: Friday, October 6, 2017
Criminal Trespassing 
1015 ESTATE ST 


Complainant: STEVEN BRYAN


Complainant advised that known subjects 
had came to his residence while he was at 
work and that they area not permitted to be 
at his residence.

 This officer attempt to make contact with 
the subjects and was unsuccessful.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177234
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Speak To Officer 
1717 PENNSYLVANIA AVE


Complainant: JESSICA HOLBROOK


Report of a speak with officer reference 
illegal dumping at the above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that a 
unknown male subject in a White Ford 
newer model HD truck has been dumping 
refrigerator, mattress and other items 
beside the business dumpster. 

Video was obtained and officers will attempt 
to identify the owner.




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177242
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Speak To Officer
156 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: JUSTIN SPACK


Police responded to the 100 block of N. 
Madison for a request to speak to an officer. 
The complainant advised that when he 
came home inside the residence was 
thrown around. 

Officers checked all entry points and no 
forced entry was made. The other party at 
that residence was upset and wanted the 
complainant to leave due to the belief they 
had done this to the residence. 

Officers spoke with both sides advised them 
of the issues as well as civil issues 
involved. Officers advised both parties of 
what can be done as well as informed them 
neither party can be forced to leave. 
Officers then cleared the residence.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177231
Date: Friday, October 6,2017
Theft
288 E THIRD ST B


Complainant: DIXIE MULLEN

Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
police station regarding a theft that occurred 
earlier in the day. Officer did gather the 
information and did follow up with a 
possible suspect.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177230
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
933 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: TONYA STEVEN


Officers responded to the 900 block of W 
Pershing St for a burglary in progress. The 
complainant advised someone was 
attempting to enter her back door. Officers 
checked the residence and the surrounding 
area but did not locate anyone. The 
complainant was advised to contact the PD 
if anything suspicious occurred.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177228
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Drug Overdose - Narcan Administered
1318 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 1300 block of E 
State St along with Salem FD and EMT for 
a report of an overdose.

Officers arrived and did locate a female who 
was breathing but unconscious. Multiple 
doses of Narcan were administered by the 
Salem FD and the female was transported 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center by 
EMT.

Contraband was located and was seized. 

Charges may be pending the lab results if 
the female does not follow through with the 
states overdose immunity procedure.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177227
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Assist Other Agency
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL


Complainant: KRISTIN, ER 


Officer responded to the 1900 block of E 
State St to assist the Salem Regional 
Medical Center with locating a female who 
left the hospital without being discharged. 
The female was said to still have an IV still 
attached.

Officer did locate the female who did return 
to the hospital in an ambulance.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177226
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
1311 JEFFERSON AVE


Officer and the Fire Department responded 
to the 1300 block of Jefferson Ave for a low 
hanging wire. The wire was a cable line and 
had been knocked down by a storm. The 
fire department was able to move the wire 
until the cable company could respond to fix 
the problem.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20177224
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Harassment
220 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: LAURA HENDRICKS

Officer responded to the 200 block of N 
Madison Ave for a harassment report. The 
complainant advised that he ex-boyfriend 
was stalking her through social media. 
Information was collected about the incident 
and the complainant was advised that it 
would be passed on to a detective. 

This matter is currently under investigation.


Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177221
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: SMITH, OIL


Officer responded to Smith Oil to take a 
report of a drive off. Store employees 
advised officer that a silver truck pumped 
$24.90 and left without rendering payment. 
Officer provided store employee with a copy 
of the report number. Officer checked the 
area, but were not able to locate the 
vehicle.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177219
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation 
1100 BLOCK OF CEDAR RIDGE


#3407 vio 1 , HFS5942, 1173 CEDAR 
RIDGE
#3408 VIO#1 ,FNQ2309, 1175 CEDAR 
RIDGE


Officer on patrol observed two (2) motor 
vehicles parked illegally between signs on 
Cedar Ridge. Each received a parking 
ticket. 


Banar901




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lncident #: 20177217
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Assist Perry Police
S LINCOLN AVE / SNYDER RD


Complainant: CHIEF EMIGH


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to assist Perry Twp. 
Police. Upon arrival, officer stood by for 
traffic control until relieved by Perry Twp. 
FD.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177216
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Accident Private Property
392 W STATE ST
NAPA AUTO PARTS 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS. CALLER 


Unit 1 2017 Tuson 
parked 
owner/Shane Franks 

Unit 2 2012 Canyon
driver: Walter Jackson
owner: Robert Jackson



Unit 1 parked on south side of NAPA store. 
Unit 2 driving into the lot and struck left rear 
of unit 1 with left rear of unit 2. 

The minor colision caused minor damages 
to both vehicles. 

Driver of unit 2 simply did not see unit 1 
until after he heard the noise. 

Photos taken and report number given to 
each party. Parties were advised of options 
to deal with this matter. No cite issued to 
either one.



Ptl. Banar901



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Incident #: 20177214
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: SGT RONIE GASKINS, 
WHEELING, WV 


I received a DVD video and letter in the mail 
from Sgt. Gaskins, West Virginia State 
Police, asking for assistance on a theft case 
that occurred in their jurisdiction.


Detective Brad Davis



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Incident #: 20177211
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Abandoned / Junk MV
382 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer and HPZ Officer spoke with resident 
regarding junk vehicles on the property. A 
10 day notice was left for multiple 
vehicles/trailers.



Banar901



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Incident #: 20177209
Severe Weather Damage
338 E SIXTH ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Police responded to the above address for 
damage done to a roof from being struck by 
lightening. Salem FD responded to make 
sure it was not smoldering or on fire. Police 
also had a key holder respond to inspect 
the building. Police cleared.


Ptl Z Sanford



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Incident #: 20177208
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
776 N ELLSWORTH AVE
GORDON BROTHERS WATER


DRI AMY PARILLA


Officer(s) responded to the 800 block of 
North Ellsworth for a report of a vehicle that 
had struck some of the traffic cones. On 
arrival officers located the vehicle in 
question. Officers spoke with the driver of 
the vehicle who stated she had not seen the 
cone due to the weather. 

Officers removed the cone from under her 
vehicle and cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20177206
Date: Thursday, October 5,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
S ELLSWORTH AVE / MULLINS


Officer was on routine patrol on Mullins St 
and S Ellsworth Ave and noticed a State 
Route street sign had been struck. The sign 
was laying on the ground but did not appear 
to have any damage. ODOT was advised of 
the incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Friday, October 06, 2017
06:23 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177202
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Harassment
500 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: AMY HAWKINS,  SEBRING, 
OH 

Officer responded to the 500 block of E 
Fourth St for a report of a harassment. The 
complainant advised a male subject had his 
vehicle parked in front of her place of 
employment. She stated she has had 
problems with him in the past and wanted to 
make sure she made it safely to her vehicle. 

Officer made contact with the male subject 
advised him of the complaint. 

The passenger inside his vehicle lives at 
the apartment complex and they both were 
just using wifi talking. The officer stayed on 
scene until the employee made it safely to 
her vehicle and left the area without anyone 
following her.


Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177201
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Drug Narcotic Abuse
1892 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

ARA RICHOZ, RAMONA J 51 CHESTNUT 
ST LEETONIA, OH 44431

Officers responded to the 1800 block of E 
State St for a report of possible narcotics 
usage. The complainant advised that he 
observed a male possibly assisting a 
female in using a syringe.

Officers arrived and did locate the subjects 
and the vehicle. During the investigation, K9 
Simon did indicate to the presence of 
narcotic odor on the subjects vehicle. A 
search of the vehicle did yield drug 
paraphernalia and a female was taken into 
custody. 

The female was later taken to the Salem 
Police Department for processing and was 
later transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested: Ramona J Richoz
Address: (LKA) 51 Chestnut St Leetonia, 
OH 44431
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20177199
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Criminal Trespassing
239 W STATE ST

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
State St for a report of criminal trespassing. 
Officer arrived and spoke with store 
employees who advised that they wanted a 
customer trespassed from the local 
business. 

The female was advised that she was 
trespassed and not to return. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177198
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Traffic Offense
2875 E STATE ST A


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
in the area of Walmart parking lot. The 
driver of the vehicle / R0 was suspended. 
The vehicle's plates had a confiscation 
order. 

Officer cited the Driver / RO of the vehicle 
and confiscated the plates. 

The vehicle was legally parked in a parking 
spot in Walmart parking lot by a valid driver.

Cited: Janet L. Cobb
Offense: DUS ORC 4510.11A


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Thursday, October 05, 2017
06:31 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177183
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Check Well Being
1264 SOUTHEAST BLVD A


Officers were dispatched to Briargate to 
check the well being of some unattended 
juveniles. A bus driver had been told by a 
student that he was concerned over his 
sibling being home alone. 

Officers made contact at the door with a 
three year old. Upon checking the inside 
three other girls were located with no parent 
or babysitter at
the apt., all under the age of 9. 

While taking information and names, a 
parent did return, claiming to have been at 
the store for 10-15 minutes. She left a pre 
teen boy there to watch the others but he 
had gotten on the school bus. Officer 
advised the parent that a report would be 
sent to Childrens Services for review. 

Also that it was not acceptable to leave 
children this young home alone for any time 
period.



Ptl. Banar



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Incident #: 20177184
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Road Rage

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Complainant on station to report road rage. 
Further investigation revealed the incident 
occurred outside the city limits. The 
complainant was afforded the contact 
information for CCSO.

Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177185
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with a employee of the 
business. The employee stated that a 
unknown male had pumped $29.00 in gas 
and then fled the area without rendering 
payment. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177186
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Speak To Officer
152 W PERSHING ST 


Complainant: ERIN FAUST

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about a situation concerning her 
juvenile daughter. Officers spoke with the 
complainant and she was advised of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177187
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
239 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: 

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
South Lundy for a reported juvenile 
problem. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to them had trampled 
some of the flowers that had been planted 
around the building. The complainant stated 
further that some of the neighborhood 
children had been riding there bicycles up 
and down the hills around the building and 
leaving skid marks on the concrete. 

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177188
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Speak To Officer
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
East 2nd St to assist the City Zoning Officer 
with a situation concerning one of the city 
sidewalks. The Zoning Dept will attempt to 
make contact with the person(s) / company 
involved.

Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177189
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Barking Dog
207 ROSE AVE


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a barking dog. Upon 
arrival, officer was unsuccessful with 
making contact at the residence. 

A red warning was placed on the front door 
in reference to barking dogs.



Sgt. K. Toy




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lncident #: 20177190
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Possible Shots Fired
500 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of possible 
shots fired. 

Upon arrival, officers were advised by 
multiple people that numerous shots were 
heard. 

Officers checked the area but were 
unsuccessful with locating the source. A 
short time later, a subject contacted the 
police department and advised he did 
discharge three flare cartridges into the air. 
The subject was advised he would be 
issued a summons for violating City of 
Salem Ordinance 549.10 Discharging 
Firearms.

Summoned: Eric J. Whisel  378 1/2 E. 4th 
St. Salem, OH 44460


Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20177191
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Accident Private Property
1098 E STATE ST A

Private property accident 

Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle 
accident on private property.

Unit # 1 had been traveling through the 
parking lot when it was struck by unit # 2. 
Unit # 2 had been backing from a parking 
spot in the lot when it was struck by unit # 
2. Unit # 1 sustained damage to the right 
rear quarter panel and unit # 2 sustained 
damage to the right rear bumper area. 

There were no reported injuries and no 
citations were issued. Both vehicles were 
driven from the scene.



Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Mathew Cochran
vehicle / 2009 Ford

Unit # 2 / owner / driver / William May
vehicle / 2015 Chrysler




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20177193
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Suspicious Person
239 W STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
West State St for a reported suspicious 
male. 

On arrival officers located the person in 
question and spoke with him. Due to the 
mans actions officers called for first 
responders and a ambulance. The man was 
transported by ambulance to the ER for 
evaluation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20177194
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Harassment
500 E FOURTH ST


Complainant:  AMY HAWKINS, SEBRING, 
OH

Complainant / employee at Smith Center on 
station to report being harassed. A male 
subject known to her has been frequenting 
the area near the Smith Center. The male 
has allegedly been harassing her since 
January 2017. At various times the male 
has approached her or been in the area and 
made rude and profane comments towards 
her. An extra watch was requested during 
the evening hours.



Ptl Banar



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Incident #: 20177195
Date: Wednesday, October 4,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST E 
WALMART LOT 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Unit #1 Operator: Kathleen A Bartha Owner 
GILBERT BARTHA 

Unit #2 Parked Owner MARTIN GERALD


Private Property Accident Property Damage 
Only

Unit #2 was legally parked, unoccupied, 
facing southbound in row 4. Unit #1 was 
traveling southbound in row 4 and  
attempted to turn westbound.

During the course of the turn, unit #1 did 
strike unit #2. Damage documented to the 
left front of unit #2 and the right side of unit 
#1.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20177182
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Assist Perry Police
1573 GRANT ST


Complainant: PD, Perry Twp

Officer responded to the 1500 block of 
Grant Ave in Perry Township to assist the 
Perry Township Police Department with 
serving an arrest warrant. Officer stood by 
while Perry Township conducted their 
arrest. Officer cleared shortly after.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177179
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Stolen Bicycle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: CELINE BENTON

Complainant reported that an unidentified 
male individual at Centennial Park had 
been observed riding her bicycle and it was 
now gone. 

Officer spoke with several individuals near 
the basketball courts who affirmed a male 
individual had ridden away on the bicycle 
about a half hour prior. The bicycle was 
described as a silver / gray  bmx style boys 
bike with hand brakes and a black seat, 
value approximately $150.00. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20177178
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Person With A Gun
COURT DR 
PARK PLAYGROUND


ARA SHABAZZ, MALIK D 480 
WASHINGTON SALEM, OH 44460

Officers were dispatched to the basketball 
court in Centennial Park for a male subject 
who had a hand gun in his pants. A 
description of the male subject was 
provided and officers observed the subject 
on the basketball court upon arriving. 

Contact was made with the subject who 
was advised of the complaint and when 
officers attempted to pat the subject down 
for weapons, the subject took off running 
east bound through the park. 

Officers initiated a foot pursuit, but contact 
was lost a few blocks away. A bulge was 
obseved at the top left side of the subjects 
shorts, but it is unknown if it was a weapon. 
Officers spoke with several witnesses who 
advised that they seen the weapon on the 
male subject. 

Officers obtained a name for the subject 
and was familiar with him residing in the 
400 block of Washington Avenue. Officers 
later observed a subject from the residence 
getting in to a tan Jeep and departing the 
area. Contact was made with all occupants 
of the vehicle which had driven in to 
Centennial Park. 

The male subject was located in the back 
seat area of the Jeep holding an infant 
child. The mother of the child was present 
and took the child. 

The male subject was subsequently taken 
in to custody for obstructing official 
business. 

The driver of the Jeep consented to a 
search and no weapon was found in the 
vehicle or on the male. 

The male subject advised he was injured 
and first responders came to the scene, but 
the subject denied medical attention. 

During the foot pursuit one officer was 
injured. 

Several residents were alarmed as well as 
the witnesses in the park. 

Due to an officer injury and public alarm, 
the subject was also charged with inducing 
panic. Both charges are a felony. The 
subject denied having a weapon at any 
time. 

Three subjects who were in the Jeep with 
the male subject also live at the same 
residence of the male subject. Those three 
individuals consented to a search of their 
residence on Washington Avenue and no 
weapon was found. 

The subject was transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Malik D. Shabazz 480 
Washington Ave. Salem, Ohio 44460 
Obstructing Official Business F5 - (Felony 
due to injury to person)
Inducing Panic F5 (Felony due to injury of 
person)


Ptl. C. Crider


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Incident #: 20177177
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
156 N LINCOLN AVE
RESTAURANT


Complainant:  ANDREA 

Officers were dispatched to a restaurant in 
the 100 block of N Lincoln Ave for a 
disorderly / irate customer. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised that a male had 
come into the restaurant and wanted an 
item for free, to which she denied giving to 
him. She advised that the subject became 
angry and then went out to sit inside his 
vehicle. Officers looked for the subject, but 
he was gone prior to officer's arrival. 

The manager advised that the subject was 
no longer welcome at the establishment. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20177171
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Natural Death
755 SPRING AVE

Officer responded along with the fire 
department and EMT Ambulance to the 700 
block of Spring Avenue for a death 
investigation. The female appeared to have 
passed due to natural causes. The 
Columbiana County Coroner was contacted 
and advised the body could be transported 
to Stark Memorial per the families wishes.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177170
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Accident Private Property
1125 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Unit #1 Driver/ KAYLEIGH ROBINSON,  
Owner FREDERICK ROBINSON  

Unit #2  Driver/Owner  TERRY RAMSEY


Police responded to the parking lot Circle K 
on E. State St. for a report of a private 
property motor vehicle accident.

When officers arrived and found that Unit 
#1 was backing out of a parking spot when 
they struck Unit #2 at the gas pump. 

Unit#l suffered slight damage to the rear on 
the trunk and Unit#2 suffered damage to 
the passenger side rear quarter panel. 
Neither parties were injured and both 
vehicles were able to be driven from the 
scene.



Ptl Osberg 



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Wednesday, October 04, 2017
08:53 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177166
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
763 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Police had a report of a dog possibly being 
neglected. The complainant advised the 
dog was in a kennel with no shade or 
shelter. 

When officers checked on the animal a tarp 
was observed to be covering part of the 
kennel for shade. It appeared the dog had 
food and water.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20177157
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Dog At Large
STEWART AVE / W SIXTH ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a dog at large, Officers located 
the owner of the dog who had the dog back 
in their residence. Officers advised the 
female subject to keep an eye on the dog 
when outside, multiple complainants stated 
the dog was almost hit in the roadway.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20177159
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Suspicious Object
800 BLOCK OF SUPERIOR AVE


Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE


Fire Fighters arrived at the PD and dropped 
of a small plastic baggy with a brown 
substance that had been found in the street. 
Reporting officer secured the item to be 
destroyed at a later date.



Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20177160
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Possible Scam
1860 BENTLEY DR


Complainant: BUDD WHITMORE

Officers spoke with a complainant about a 
possible phone scam. The caller stated to 
be their grandson who was in a car accident 
and was arrested and needed money to pay 
a bond of $5000 to get out of jail. 

The complainant got worried and called 
their grandson's girlfriend who stated that 
he was at work and was not in a car 
accident.

The complainant called the jail that their 
grandson was in and the deputy told them 
nobody with that name was in jail


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20177162
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Drive Off
968 8 STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: DONNA 

The complainant contacted this department 
in reference to a drive-off. She advised that 
a female attempted to use a credit card at 
pump # 1 and pumped $26.01 worth of fuel. 
The complainant advised that the card did 
not register and the driver unknowingly 
departed the area.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177163
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV 
800 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a disabled vehicle in the 
roadway. Officer arrived on scene and 
provided traffic control until Sinsley's Towing 
arrived and took the vehicle.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20177165
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Person To Be Removed
207 HAWLEY AVE


Report of a person to be removed (Atwan 
Parker) at the above location and that he 
also had an active warrant out of this 
county. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
the male subject had left prior to officers 
arrival in a Silver Ford Van. He advised that 
the van went eastbound on E. 3RD. ST. and 
officers began to check the area.

The vehicle was located by officers and the 
male subject was taken into custody. See 
report # 20177167, 20177168.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177167
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Traffic Offense 
2388 E STATE ST


Officers conducted a traffic stop on a 
vehicle in which the male driver was known 
to have multiple outstanding warrants and 
to be driving on a suspended license. K9 
Argo was requested to the scene to conduct 
a sniff of the vehicle. K9 Argo indicated to 
the presence of a narcotic odor coming 
from inside the vehicle. 

A search of the vehicle turned up drugs and 
a large amount of cash. The driver was 
arrested and taken to the station for
processing. See report # 201771 68



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20177168
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
2388 E STATE ST

ARA PARKER, ANTUAN MARCEL 692 
OAK ST SW WARREN, OH 44485 3620


While on patrol, officer observed a known 
male individual with an active warrant 
traveling northbound on Continental Dr. 
Officer got behind the vehicle and the 
wanted individual turned into the Wendy's 
parking lot at which time a traffic stop was 
conducted. 

The driver, Antuan Parker, was advised of 
the reason for the stop. He was ultimately 
placed into custody for the warrant and 
transported to this department. 

Mr. Parker was processed and released to 
a Columbiana County Sheriff's Deputy. 
Officers recovered a large amount of US 
currency and illegal narcotics during the 
stop. The evidence was turned over to an 
agent of the Columbiana County drug task 
force who was on scene.



Arrested: Antuan M. Parker DOB: 06-14-78
Warrant: Failure to Appear - Possession of 
Drugs


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177156
Date: Tuesday, October 3,2017
Recovered Property
351 SHARP AVE


Complainant: JEFFERY COOL,  
TALLMADGE, OH 44278

Officer spoke with the complainant, Jeffery 
Cool whom is employed with Source One 
Adjusters of Ohio as a Recovery Agent. 
Complainant came to the police dept. to 
report that he repossessed a silver 2005 
GMC Envoy from 351 Sharp Ave. and while 
doing so discovered a handgun between 
the driver seat and center console. 

Per the complainant's company policy they 
are required to contact the local police 
agency and turn firearms over to the police 
dept. Officer did recover the firearm. Officer 
photographed the firearm and secured it 
into the evidence room until the owner 
claims it.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20177155
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
335 W PERSHING ST A

Police responded to the 300 block of W. 
Pershing in reference to a juvenile female 
that was found in possession of marijuana 
by her mother. 

Prior to police arrival the juvenile cut herself 
and then fled the residence.

A short while later she was found by police. 
Mother was brought to the scene and 
requested an ambulance transport her to 
the ER. Salem FD first responders and EMT 
Ambulance responded and the child was 
transported to Salem ER.


Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Incident #: 20177154
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
156 N MADISON AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
N. Madison Ave. for a report of a domestic 
dispute. Officers responded and made 
contact with a male and female subject at 
the residence. Officers spoke with both 
subjects separately and both advised that 
the incident was only a verbal argument 
and nothing physical took place.

Officers observed no injuries on either 
subject and both were advised of the 
domestic violence laws.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177152
Monday, October 2,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
E PERSHING 1400 BLOCK B
PARK PLAYGROUND



Officers were dispatched to Centennial Park 
in reference to a dispute between a male 
and female in one of the pavilions. 

Officers responded, but the individuals 
involved had already departed the park. 
Officers made contact with the male subject 
involved behind a residence in the 400 
block of Washington Ave. The male subject 
advised he did have a verbal argument with 
his girlfriend while in the park and that there 
was no physical altercation.

Officers made contact with a female subject 
in the same area who advised that the male 
subject is her brother in law and she 
witnessed the incident. The female subject 
advised that there was just a verbal 
argument and nothing physical happened. 

Officers were unable to locate the female 
involved in the argument.



Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20177151
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Intoxicated Person
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officers responded to 354 E. Third St. for a 
report of an unwanted / intoxicated male 
subject at the complainant's residence. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
complainant whom advised the unwanted 
subject left prior to our arrival. 

Officers checked the area for the male 
subject and were unable to locate him. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith


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Incident #: 20177150
Date:Monday, October 2,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
2200 MERLE RD A
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Complainant: RONALD CHAMBERS

Officer met with a male complainant on 
station who advised of an incident involving 
his son and another male juvenile while at 
an elementary school in the city. The 
complainant advised that his son was 
punched in the arm by another male 
student and his son just had a cast put on 
from a recent break. 

The complainant advised he just wanted the 
incident documented and needed nothing 
further. Officer did speak with the 
complainants son who
advised how the incident happened.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177149
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Menacing / Threats
646 VINE AVE-2

Complainant: CORTNEY SHRAMKO

Police responded to the 600 block of Vine 
St for a harassment report. While speaking 
to the complainant they advised of 
numerous messages from an ex boyfriend. 

Police observed the messages as well as 
threats toward another police officer. 
Further investigations pending.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177148
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
THREATS
1995 E STATE ST B
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: RACHEL, ER 1995 E STATE 
ST B

Officer was dispatched to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center in regards to a 
threats report. Complainant advised that a 
female had been threatened by a male 
outside in the parking lot. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the female 
who advised that her boyfriend had become 
angry with her in regards to her pregnancy 
and began screaming. She advised that the 
male began making threats against her life 
and the lives of her children.

However, she advised that the incident was 
verbal in nature only. Officer spoke with the 
male over the phone, who denied the 
allegations. The incident will be sent to the 
prosecutor's office for review.


Ptl. Cochran



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Tuesday, October 03, 2017
07:23 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177141
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Speak To Officer
821 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: RACHELLE ADAMS

The complainant responded to this 
department to report concerns she is having 
with her juvenile daughter and an adult 
male. She advised that her daughter 
reportedly met a male individual at her 
place of employment. The complainant 
believes that her juvenile daughter and the 
adult male have been dating for the past 
few weeks. The complainant also 
discovered that the male was a registered 
sex offender, which concerned her further. 

Further information was obtained and the 
matter is under investigation.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177144
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Domestic In Progress
1260 SOUTHEAST BLVD 33


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Police responded to the apartments in the 
1200 block of Southeast Blvd for a possible 
domestic with a juvenile.

When officers arrived contact was made 
with the father and his girlfriend. The 
juvenile had been acting unruly at the time 
towards the girlfriend over some clothing. 
Officers spoke with the juvenile to resolve 
the issue. The juvenile and the father were 
advised of the consequences if the issue 
continued



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20177145
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1048 E STATE ST 


UNIT # 1 Driver: BRENT HALL, Owner 
Enterprise FM Trust

UNIT # 2 Driver: JESSICA WEBB,  Owner: 
TREVER WEBB 


Two Vehicle No Injury Accident. Local 
Report Only.


Unit # 2 was traveling westbound in 
the1000 blk of E. State St. in moderate to 
heavy traffic. Unit # 1 entered onto E. State 
St. from a nearby parking lot to travel 
westbound. The driver of Unit #2 
slowed/stopped in traffic and was struck in 
the back end by Unit # 1. 

Insurance information and photos were 
obtained and both vehicles were able to be 
driven from the scene.




Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20177146
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
1153 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: ERIC WOLFORD


The complainant responded to this 
department to report harassing computer 
automated voice mails his son is receiving. 
Officer called the number and it 
continuously disconnected. The 
complainant was advised to disregard the 
message because it was a scam attempt.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20177147
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1000 W STATE ST


Complainant: KIMBERLY PINCOMBE


Police responded to the 1000 block of W. 
State St for a suspicious vehicle. The 
complainant believed a subject from the 
vehicle may have been trying to gain entry 
into one of the businesses in the area. 
When Police arrived the vehicle was 
already gone. Everything at the businiess 
appeared normal.


Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20177131
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
771 N LINCOLN AVE 1/2


Complainant: JOSEPH DOMINIC


Complainant on station to report that a male 
subject at his residence,had a warrant for 
his arrest. Officers did check with CCSO 
and they confirmed that there was a warrant 
for the subject. Contact was made with the 
male subject and he was placed under 
arrest. He was transported to the 
PD,processed and released into the CCSO 
custody and transported to the County Jail.


Arrested: Jedediah Hill
address: 771 112 North Lincoln Ave ,Salem 
Oh 44460
Charge: Warrant unauthorized use of a MV



Lt Shafer



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lncident #: 20177132
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Suspicious Activity
884 FRA NKLIN AVE


Complainant: TINA MILLIRON


Officer responded to the area of Franklin 
and Maple for a report of suspicious activity. 
The complainant advised that a male had 
looked through their window before leaving 
the area. Officer did locate the male nearby 
who stated that he was at a duplex looking 
for his friend but couldn't make contact. 

Officer did investigate further but found 
nothing else suspicious. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20177133
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Speak To Officer
228 VlNE AVE 14


Complainant: KEITH WHORELY

Complainant advising that he wanted officer 
to take property that belonged to a subject 
that had been arrested a day earlier. He 
was advised that it was personal property 
and belongs to the other subject and that 
officer would not take it.



Ptl. L Perry



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lncident #: 20177134
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Intoxicated Driver
W STATE ST / BENTON RD


Officers responded to W State St near 
Benton Rd for an intoxicated driver. Officers 
located the vehicle and initiated a traffic 
stop. The driver was found to be slightly 
impaired possibly due to medication. 

The driver agreed to walk to his residence a 
few streets away and the vehicle was left 
legally parked in a nearby parking lot.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177136
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
OVI Arrest
1761 E STATE ST


Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 1700 
block of E State St for a moving violation. 
The driver of the vehicle was found to be 
impaired and was administered field 
sobriety. The male was then taken into 
custody for OVI and transported back to the 
Salem Police Station where he was 
processed and booked. 

An open container was found inside the 
vehicle and the vehicle was towed from the 
scene by AAA. 

The male subject was administered a BAC 
test on station and transported to 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: David W. Smith
Address: 6650 Olean Rd., Lot 13, South 
Wales, NY 141 39
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19Al a and 
4511.19Al d, marked lanes 4511.33A1, 
Open Container city ordinance 529.07B3



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177137
Date: Monday, October 2,2017
Intoxicated Person
637 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: CHAD BREWER

Officers responded to the 600 block of N 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a drug complaint. 
Officers made contact with the male 
complainant, who was found to be highly 
intoxicated. 

Upon speaking to the complainant, he 
became highly irate and agitated towards 
officers, yelling and screaming vulgarities. 

Officers subsequently placed the male in 
custody, while in custody the male 
complainant actively attempted to resist 
officers by laying on the
ground. Officers then picked the male 
subject up off the ground and had to place 
him in the rear of the Police Cruiser. While 
in the Police cruiser the male subject still 
resisted officers and would not put his feet 
inside of the cruiser. The male subject then 
kicked an officer and spit in another officers 
face. 

Once officers were able to get the subject 
inside of the cruiser he was then directly 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail. 
The male subject
is being charged with Disorderly Conduct- 
Persisting, Resisting Arrest and Assault on 
a Peace Officer.


Arrested: Chad E Brewer
Address: 637 N Lincoln Ave. Salem, Ohio, 
44460 (LKA)
Charge(s): Disorderly Conduct-Persisting 
(ORC 2917.11 B2)(M4)
Resisting Arrest (ORC 2921.33)(M2)
Assault on a Peace Officer (ORC 
2903.13C5) (F4)



Ptl C Walla



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Monday, October 02, 2017
08:16 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177118
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N UNION AVE


Unit # 1 Cited / owner / driver / Sandra 
Adams
vehicle  2005 GMC Tk


Unit # 2 / owner / Thomas Wilde
driver / Priscilla Wilde
vehicle / 2006 Chrysler van



Officer(s) responded to the area of North 
Union and East 3rd St for a reported two 
vehicle accident. Unit # 1 had been 
traveling south in the 300 block of North 
Union when the driver proceeded through 
the stop sign and struck unit # 2 in the side. 
Unit # 2 had been traveling east on East 3rd 
St through the intersection of East 3rd St 
and North Union when it was struck by unit 
# 1. There were no reported injuries and 
both vehicles were driven from the scene. 

The driver of unit # 1 was cited for F.T.Y at a 
intersection.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177121
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering/
1008 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: CRYSTAL PEREZ

Complainant on station to report that the 
fence in there front yard had been damaged 
on Friday by a unknown juvenile leaving the 
High School

Officers will review the video of the incident 
in a attempt to identify the juvenile in 
question.


Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20177122
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL

Complainant calling to report a theft from a 
business in the 900 block of East State St. 
The complainant stated that a unknown 
male in a tan truck had pumped $53.76 in 
gas and then fled the area without 
rendering payment.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20177123
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Police took a report on station. It was 
advised from the complainant that his 
daughter who is 18 years old and lives with 
him would not listen to the rules set by him. 
Police advised that since his daughter is 18 
he could legally evict her. 

Police also spoke with the daughter and 
explained to her that being that she does 
live under her dads roof that she has to 
listen to him or move out if she wished not 
to listen to his rules.


Ptl Z Sanford



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lncident #: 20177124
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Assault
339 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: AUSTIN SHUTLER

Complainant on station to report that he had 
been assaulted by a person known to him in 
the area of New Garden. Officers had the 
complainant / victim fill out a written 
statement and the matter is under 
investigation.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20177125
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Civil Matter
861 E SIXTH ST


Officer(s) responded to the 800 block of 
East 6th St for a report of a person to be 
removed. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. After speaking with the persons 
the matter was determined to be civil in 
nature.

Officers advised the persons of the options 
for dealing with the situation then cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20177127
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
157 W TWELFTH ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

An anonymous complaint of a truck and 
trailer parked in a residential area for more 
than a week. Said truck and trailer were in 
front of 157 W 12th St. Officer located a 
Dodge truck and trailer attached parked 
right side to curb on the south side. A 48 hr 
notice placed on it. A silver Durango was 
also parked illegally in front of the Dodge. 

A 48 hr notice also left on it. Officer to check 
back later.



Ptl Banar



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lncident #: 20177098
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check


Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a male subject with an 
active warrant on station. The male subject 
was placed under arrest and processed and 
booked. Search incident to arrest the male 
subject advised he had several narcotic pills 
on his person. The items were seized and 
the male subject was charged with the 
narcotics. He was then transported to 
Columbiana County Jail by CCSO.


Arrested: Marcus G. Chestnut
Address: 41051 State Route 517, Lisbon, 
Ohio 44432
Charge: Warrant Arrest ORC 2935.08, 
Possession of Drugs ORC 2925.11 (A) (Cla)


Ptl. E. Perry 



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Incident #: 20177103
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
228 VINE AVE 16 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave for a warrant check. The male subject 
attempted to hide from officers inside the 
residence and was taken into custody. The 
male subject was transported to Salem 
Police Station to be processed and booked. 
He was then released into CCSO's custody 
to be transported to Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested: Charles R. Courtney III
Address: 228 Vine Ave, Apt. 16, Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business 
ORC 2921.31 and Warrant Arrest ORC 
2935.08



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20177107
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
637 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: TIFFANY SULLIVAN

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Woodland Ave in regards to a domestic 
dispute report. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
female complainant who advised that she 
wanted her husband to leave the residence 
because he was being verbally abusive 
towards her. 

Officer advised that the husband is a 
resident at the home and could not be 
forced to leave the residence. Both parties 
advised that they would remain separated 
for the evening.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20177109
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
Neighbor Dispute
646 VlNE AVE 3


Complainant: TIMOTHY JANCEL

Officers responded to the 600 block of Vine 
Ave in regards to a neighbor dispute. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that his neighbor 
purposely spins their tires in their vehicle 
and throws rocks on his car. Officer made 
contact with the male and female subject in 
question and advised them of the 
complaint. Both parties were advised to 
stay away from each other.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20177110
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
OVI Arrest
PARK AVE / MAPLE ST


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a traffic violation on 
Maple near Park Ave. The driver did show 
indicators of being under the influence and 
SFST's were administered. The driver was 
subsequently taken into custody for OVI 
and was transported to the Salem Police 
Department. 

A breath test was administered and the 
driver was later released with a court date.


Arrested: Mary Lou Groff
Address: 671 E Euclid Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: OVI 4511.19Al a
OVI 4511.19Al h
Marked Lanes 4511.33



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20177112
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Unauthorized Use Of MV 
245 HIGHLAND AVE


Complainant: CCSO


Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Highland Ave to assist Columbiana County 
SO with an unauthorized useof a motor 
vehicle. The vehicle was located at the 
residence with the male juvenile sitting 
inside. The owner of the vehicle arrived on 
scene and SO advised to release the 
vehicle to the owner. The juvenile was 
taken into custody for unruly charges and 
transported to the Salem Police 
Department. 

The juvenile was then released into a family 
member's custody.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177114
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
OVI Arrest
1000 BLOCK OF W STATE ST


Officer on patrol observed a vehicle almost 
cause a traffic crash on W State St. at 
Benton Rd. Officer stopped the vehicle for 
the 2 moving violations and found the driver 
to be suspended and impaired. 

K9 Simon was deployed and indicated to 
the presence of narcotic odor. A search of 
the vehicle recovered large amounts of 
paraphernalia
and contraband. 

The driver was placed under arrest, 
transported on station, processed and 
incarcerated until his bond could be set. 
Additional charges pending laboratory 
results.


Arrested: Gary M. Rowles II  of 725 W Ohio 
Ave. Sebring Oh
Charges: OVI, Marked lanes, DUS, Drug 
Paraphernalia


Ptl. M. Garber 



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Incident #: 20177115
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Domestic Dispute
1152 S LINCOLN AVE


Officers responded to the 11 00 block of S 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a domestic 
dispute report. The third party complainant 
advised that there had been a male and a 
female sitting inside of a vehicle near their 
residence fighting. Officers arrived on scene 
and found that the vehicle in question left 
prior to officers arrival. 

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate any vehicle matching the 
description.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20177120
Date: Sunday, October 1,2017
Ambulance Needed 
989 LIBERTY ST


Complainant: JIM KINCAID,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 

Landlord / Complainant called and 
requested officers check on a tenant at 989 
Liberty. 

Upon arrival complainant advised that he 
had not had contact with the tenant for a 
few weeks and that he has not heard from 
him. Rent is allegedly past due and he 
attempted to make contact at the house but 
no one would come to the door.

Complainant felt this was highly unlike the 
tenant and he was concerned for him. 
Officers were advised that the back door 
was unlocked. 

Due to no contact being made, tenant's 
vehicle parked outside and no answer at 
the doors. Officer felt it necessary to make 
entry into the house to check on his well 
being/safety. A dog inside was watched by 
a neighbor as officers went inside 
announcing "police dept and Salem Police" 
multiple times. 

Interior of the home was checked with 
officers not locating any persons inside. 
Officers cleared without incident.



Banar901



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Sunday, October 01, 2017
06:42 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177062
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
178 N LINCOLN AVE


Unit 1 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 
driver: Christlen Davis 
co-owners / Joann L Guyaux and Christlen


Unit 2 2005 Ford Focus
driver: owner: Daniel Owen


Unit 1 was traveling northbound on N. 
Lincoln Ave. and attempted to turn 
rightleast into a private driveway at 178 N. 
Lincoln. Driver of unit 1 did go slightly left of 
the center lanes in order to make the turn in 
her truck. Driver of unit 1 claimed she did 
use her turn signal. Unit 2 came from 
behind unit 1 and observed unit 1 going 
slightly left so unit 2 tried to go to the right 
of unit 1 and hit unit 1 when it turned right. 
Lanes were clearly marked for one vehicle 
only and it was a single wide lane at this 
area. 

Driver of unit 2 left skid marks prior to hitting 
unit 1. 

Officer cited unit 2 with assured clear 
distance and open container in a motor 
vehicle. Driver of unit 2 was field tested for 
sobriety and officer's did not feel he was 
over the prohibited limit. He was given a 
ride to a location in town and advised to 
show proof of insurance this weekend for 
this report. 

Reporting officer seized a thermos in the 
center cup holder containing cold beer. 
Photos taken of the thermos at Salem PD 
and thermos placed in evidence room 
downstairs.

Mr. Daniel Owen was cited with assured 
clear distance ahead and open container in 
a motor vehicle both minor misdemeanors.

refer to ON1 report 20177062 for additional



Ptl. Banar




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Incident #: 20177068
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Assault
205 S HOWARD AVE


Police responded to the 200 block of S. 
Howard Ave for an assault. The 
complainant was sitting on his porch when 
a male subject came onto the property 
starting a confrontation. The subject started 
beating the complainant leaving several 
visable marks. 

FD and First Responders arrived on scene. 
The complainant denied any medical 
treatment.




Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20177069
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
1270 SOUTHEAST BLVD 41 


Complainant: AMANDA SWANSON


Officer responded to the 1200 block of S.E. 
Boulevard for a telecommunications 
harassment. The complainant advised that 
the male subject arrived at her residence 
but left prior to officer's arrival. The 
complainant advised that she did not want 
the male subject to contact her in the future 
due to him being violent in the past. 

The male subject was advised to stop all 
contact with the female and he asked about 
seeing his juvenile daughter. He was 
advised he would need to get a court 
visitation rights and only his lawyer would 
be permitted to contact the complainant.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20177070
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Theft
2511 BENTLEY DR 


A female subject came to the Police Dept. 
regarding a theft. The complainant believes 
while she was at work during the night 
some money came up missing. The 
complainant stated to have cashed her pay 
check and kept it in her purse until she 
could make it to the bank. 

Police are looking into further investigation 
including place of employment.



Ptl Osberg




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lncident #: 20177071
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Child Custody Dispute
633 CHERRY ST 


Complainant: TINA CROWL

Police responded to the 600 block of Cherry 
St for a dispute. The complainant advised 
she is taking care of her sons children and 
he is causing a dispute over the issue. 

The complainant was advised of what 
actions to take regarding the custody 
issues.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20177072
Date: Friday, September 29, 2017
Dog At Large
1161 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: RUTH ZEIFLER

Officer responded to the 1 100 block of 
NewGarden Ave for a dog at large. The 
complainant advised her dog somehow got 
out of the fenced-in backyard. The dog was 
found prior to the officer's arrival.


Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177074
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Intoxicated Person
354 E THIRD ST


Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Third St for an intoxicated male that had left 
the property. The male victim advised that 
he was slapped in the face by the other 
male subject and several items were broken 
during the altercation. 

The victim and witnesses at the residence 
were all intoxicated and advised to provide 
written statements in the morning. 

Officers also spoke with the male subject 
who left the residence and he advised that 
the male victim had started the altercation 
and he left when the resident asked him to 
leave. The male subject was also advised 
to provide a written statement in the 
morning since he was intoxicated. 

This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20177075
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: Leetonia, PD

K9 Simon was requested by Leetonia PD 
and deployed for a K9 free air sniff on Main 
St. near Walnut. 

K9 Simon did not alert or indicate to the 
presnece of narcotic odor. Leetonia PD on a 
consent to search did recover a trace 
amount of a white substance. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber




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lncident #: 20177077
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON

K9 Simon was requested by OSP to assist 
with a vehicle sniff on the SR 45 bypass at 
Benton Rd. 

K9 Simon was deployed and did not alert or 
indicate to the presence of narcotic odor. 
Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber




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lncident #: 20177079
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Traffic Offense
1200 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH


Officer on patrol performed a random 
vehicle registration check on the accused 
vehicle. It was found that the registered 
owner of the vehicle was driving under 
multiple suspensions. 

Officer then initiated a traffic stop with the 
vehicle in the 1200 block of N Ellsworth 
Ave, the registered owner / driver of the 
vehicle was subsequently issued a traffic 
citation for Driving Under Suspension / Non 
Compliance.

The vehicle was removed from the roadway 
and parked on private property by Officers, 
with the owners permission.

K9 Simon was deployed during the traffic 
stop and did not indicate any presence of 
narcotic odor coming from the vehicle.

The driver / owner of the vehicle was issued 
a traffic citation for Driving Under 
Suspension-Non Compliance (ORC 
4510.16A) and was given a mandatory 
court date of 10/05/2017 at 0830 hours at 
CCMC.


Cited: Kevin L Mutton
DOB: 04/28/1978
Address: 10286 Salem Warren Rd, Salem, 
Ohio, 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension- Non 
Compliance (ORC 4510.16A)



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20177081
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
Assist Other Agency
2780 U S RTE 62

Complainant: GOSHEN TWNSH, PD

Officer responded to the 12000 State Route 
62 to assist Goshen Twp PD with a traffic 
stop. Goshen PD then responded to Salem 
Police Department for assistance with a 
BAC test.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20177082
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP

Officer stood by with an OSP Post 15 
trooper on station while a breath test was 
completed. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20177087
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Police responded to the above address for 
phone harassment. It was advised from the 
complainant that her daughters boyfriend 
keeps calling her and saying nothing, just 
breathing. Officer spoke with this individual 
and advised him to cease contact with the 
complainant. He advised he would.



Ptl Z Sanford




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lncident #: 20177088
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
OVI Arrest
JENNINGS AVE / W EIGHTH ST


Officer initiated a traffic stop on a Blue 
Saturn ION for a traffic violation. Upon the 
investigation officer observed indicators on 
the driver that she was impaired. Officer 
had the driver step out of her vehicle, officer 
advised that some standard field sobriety 
test would be conducted in which she 
refused all tests. 

Officer could smell an odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from her breath also with 
admission of consuming alcohol, officer 
subsequently placed the driver under arrest 
for OVI and Failure to Control. The driver 
was placed in the back of the patrol unit and 
transported to the Salem Police Station 
where she was processed and booked and 
released to her mother.


Arrested / Julia L. McFarland
Address /1344 N. Ellsworth Ave. Salem 
Ohio 44460
Charge(s) /
Driving while under the influence of alcohol 
andor drugs ORC 4511.19a1a
Driving while under the influence of alcohol 
andor drugs .I 7 gram or more ORC 
4511.19al h
Failure to control ORC 4511.202



Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20177090
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
155 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: ARISSA ROGERS


Complainant advised her car was parked on 
the street overnight and it was egged by 
unknown person's.



Banar901



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lncident #: 20177092
Date: Saturday, September 30,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
E STATE 2300 - 2400 BLOCK B


Officer(s) responded to the 2300 block of 
East State St for a report of juveniles 
making bicycle ramps out of the wooden 
pallet's. 

On arrival officers located the juveniles and 
spoke with them. The juveniles were 
advised of the complaint and apologised for 
the incident. The juveniles advised they 
would put the pallet's back before leaving.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Saturday, September 30, 2017
08:37 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177047
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STA TE ST A WALMART


Complainant: CURTIS SHAW,  
YOUNGSTOWN, OH 44504

2015 KENWORTH TRUCK TK GRN  
Owner MELTON TRUCK LINES INC


2008 MERZ C300 4s SILVER Owner 
ALYSSIA SHAW ALYSSIA




PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT 
REPORT NO OH-1


Officer was dispatched to the WalMart 
parking lot on E. State Street for a private 
property accident with no reported injuries. 

Officer responded and made contact with 
the complainant who advised that he 
parked his 2015 Kenworth semi truck, 
facing north, in the parking lot and exited it 
to throw trash away. The complainant 
stated that the truck then began to roll 
forward and struck a silver Mercedes sedan 
parked unoccupied, facing west, in the 
parking lot. 

Officer observed damage to the left front 
fender of the Mercedes sedan and obtained 
photographs.

The operator of the semi truck advised 
there was no damage to the truck, only 
previous damage was observed.

Contact was made with the operator of the 
Mercedes sedan who was also on scene. 
Both parties were provided with a report 
number.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20177064
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Open Burning 
452 S BROADWAY AVE 


Police responded to the 400 block of S. 
Broadway Ave for an open burn. FD 
responded and the fire was put out.

The subjects at the residence were advised 
of the proper procedure for burning in the 
city.


Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20177061
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2487 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers located two males that 
were involved in a verbal dispute. One of 
the males allegedly bumped into the other's 
wife. 

No physical violence occurred and both 
sides went on their way.



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20177060
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Civil Matter
794 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: WAVELENE ARNOLD

Police took a report on station which was 
civil in nature. It was advised from the 
complainant that a male individual would 
come to their place of operation to 
volunteer. The complainant who is on the 
board of directors decided as a group that 
they did not want this individual on the 
premises, however he would be invited to 
volunteer from other individuals who also 
work / volunteer there. 

Officer contacted the prosecutor on call and 
advised him of the situation and it was 
determined that since the male individual is 
being invited to return that there is nothing 
criminally taking place.



Ptl Z Sanford




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lncident #: 20177054
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Traffic Signal Malfunction
W STATE ST / N HOWARD AVE


Police directed traffic while a street Dept. 
employee worked on the traffic light at W. 
State St. and Howard Ave. Employee got 
the light working and it was observed 
through several cycles. Police then cleared.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Incident #: 20177051
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
S LUNDY AVE / FRANKLIN ST 
BAR/NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: TERRY STEELE

Police spoke with resident of Franklin Ave. 
in reference to loud music in the 
neighborhood. The source of the music was 
found to be coming from a drinking 
establishment on S. Broadway. 

Police advised the complainant there was 
nothing that could be done due to zoning. 
Police did speak with the manager of the 
offending establishment who agreed to turn 
the music down a little and to shut the rear 
door of the business.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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lncident #: 20177049
Date: Friday, September 29,2017
Suspicious Person
855 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officer on patrol observed a female subject 
sitting along side a business in the 800 
block of W. State Street for an extended 
period of time. 

Officer made contact with the female 
subject who advised she is walking back to 
Fostoria, Ohio after attending a funeral in 
Pittsburgh, PA. The subject advised she 
had no money to get back home and did not 
know anyone in the area. The subject was 
provided a ride back to the police 
department so she could get out of the cold 
weather for the night and continue her 
travels in the morning.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20177048
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Public Assist
2051 OAK ST


Complainant: SHIRLEY CATLOS

Officers responded to the 2000 block of 
Oak St in order to assist the complainant. 
Complainant advised that her husband, with 
whom she has an active protection order, 
may have entered her residence at some 
point during the day while she was gone 
and wanted officers to check her residence. 


Officers checked the property, but there 
were no signs of the male. Officers cleared 
shortly after.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20177046
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
172 W SIXTEENTH ST


Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
Sixteenth St for a dispute between a 
boyfriend and girlfriend. Officers made 
contact with both individuals and the 
girlfriend stated that the boyfriend had 
threatened to harm himself, however the 
boyfriend denied the allegation. 

Both acknowledged they had a heated 
argument, but neither had made any threat 
or act of violence toward the other. Officer 
spoke with the male individual at length and 
he did not display any outward indicator of 
intent to harm himself. 

Officer advised the individual that if for any 
reason he did feel as if he might want to 
harm himself to contact the police. 

Officers assisted the female individual with 
transportation to a friends residence. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20177045
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
615 S LINCOLN AVE 5


Officers responded to the 600 block of S. 
Lincoln Avenue to attempt contact with a 
male subject with an active arrest warrant 
out of the Columbiana County Sheriff 
Department. 

Officers made contact a the apartment with 
a female resident who advised that the 
male subject was not inside. The female 
stated that officers could look inside her 
apartment. Officers located the male 
subject in question hiding in a closet. 

The male subject was taken in to custody 
on the warrant and the female subject was 
taken in to custody for Obstructing Justice. 

Both subjects were transported back to the 
police department where they were booked. 
A Columbiana County Sheriff Deputy 
responded and transported both subjects to 
the Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested:
Mark Cassinger 615 S. Lincoln Avenue Apt. 
#5 Salem, Ohio 44460
Warrant for Domestic Violence


Jenny L. lsaacs 615 S. Lincoln Avenue Apt. 
#5 Salem, Ohio 44460
Obstructing Justice M1




Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20177044
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Follow Up Or Investigation
838 PROSPECT ST


While assisting another officer with a 
complaint in the lobby at Salem PD, a 
juvenile that had been reported missing 
arrived at the police department. Officer 
brought the juvenile into the PD and stood 
by with him until the investigating officer 
arrived. The juvenile advised that he had 
gone to a friends house. 

Officers requested that the juvenile make 
sure to let his mother know where he is 
going when he leaves. The investigating 
officer subsequently transported the 
juvenile back to the juveniles residence and 
released him to his mother. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20177043
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Open Burning
535 COLUMBIA ST 


Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St for a report of open burning. 
Officer located individuals at the rear of a 
residence who were burning wood used for 
construction, rather than seasoned 
firewood. Area residents further advised 
when the fire was first ignited it was at least 
10 feet high. 

Salem FD personnel had also responded 
and extinguished the fire. The individual 
was advised, with the assistance of children 
translating, of city ordinances for open 
burning, fire size and acceptable wood to 
burn. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20177042
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Runaway / Missing 
838 PROSPECT ST C


Complainant: KAREN PHILLIPS

Officer responded to the 800 block of 
Prospect St in reference to a missing 
juvenile. 

Complainant advised that her 15 year old 
son had left the residence and was unsure 
of his whereabouts. Officers attempted to 
locate the juvenile at various residences in 
the city, but were unable to locate him. 

A few hours later, the juvenile responded to 
the police department. The juvenile was 
provided with a transport back to his 
residence and released to his mother. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20177041
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
SEX- Rape
387 E SIXTH ST


Complainant on station to report a rape that 
occurred in the city limits. All information 
was gathered and the matter is being 
turned over to this departments Detective 
Bureau.



Ptl Miller



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Friday, September 29, 2017
05:49 AM -0500

Incident #: 20177032
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / JEFFERSON AVE


UNIT # 1 Driver/Owner: ALAN MITCHELL 

UNIT # 2 Driver/Owner: TINA 
CUNNINGHAM 


Unit # 2 was traveling eastbound in the 
1700 blk. of S.E. Blvd. Unit # 1 was 
traveling eastbound behind Unit # 2.

Unit # 2 slowed/stopped to look for a 
residential address and was struck in the 
back end by Unit # 1. 

The driver of Unit # 1 was issued a citation 
for assured clear distance and was given a 
court date for the CCMC on 10-06-17 @ 
0830 hrs.


Cited: Alan L. Mitchell
Assured Clear Distance




Sgt Green




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lncident #: 20177025
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: Smith Oil

Officers responded to the above location for 
a gas drive off, 

Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate the vehicle.



Ptl Wirkner



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lncident #: 20177026
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Speak To Officer
1125 E STATE ST


Complainant: BETH ELLIOTT

Report of a speak with officer. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that a 
male subject in a Tan Jeep Liberty had 
illegally dumped their garbage in the 
dumpster behind the above business. The 
complainant advised that they do not have 
permission to use the business dumpster 
and this officer attempted to make contact 
but was unsuccessful.




Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20177028
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering 014 a
l ~ d d r e c2l6 0 W NINTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damaging to a vehicle. 
Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated that an unknown subject(s) threw a 
tomato at their vehicle and cracked the tail 
light.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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Incident #: 20177029
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Harassment 
375 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: RANDY CLUNEN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of harassment. The complainant 
advised that his neighbor shoved him off 
the porch and told him to go home. 

All parties involved were intoxicated and the 
complainant was ultimately advised to stay 
on his own property to avoid further conflict.


Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20177030
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Civil Matter
421 SHARP AVE


Complainant: ALYSSA SLUTER

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
her ex boyfriend has been moved out of the 
residence since March.

She advised that his vehicle was still sitting 
in her driveway and she wanted it removed.

 The complainant was advised that she 
could have the vehicle towed from her 
property.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20177031
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Ambulance Needed
211 W SEVENTH ST


Report of an ambulance needed at the 
above location. Upon arrival, the incident 
was found to be an assault.

Complainant advised that an unwanted 
subject started a fight with the home owners 
son. That the unwanted male subject came 
at the residents son and the son defended 
himself. 

The unwanted male subject was checked 
by the Salem F.D., KLG and transported to 
the Salem E.R. by KLG for treatment of 
large cut on his forehead.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20177033
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: KATIE 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a gas drive off. Officers checked 
the area and were unable to locate the 
vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20177035
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Traffic Offense 
W STATE ST / SHARP AVE 


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for 
multiple moving violation on W State St. 
near Sharp Ave. During the stop K9 Simon 
indicated to the presence of narcotics and 
officers did smell a strong odor of 
contraband coming from the vehicle also. 

A search reveled no contraband, but other 
evidence was recovered. 

The driver was cited and officers cleared 
without incident.



Cited: Brandy A. Heitsman of 161 W. 
Columbia St. Alliance Oh
Charge: Turn Signal CCMC date of 10-5-17


Ptl. M. Garber 




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Incident #: 20177036
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress 009 
Jlncident#:120177036
651 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: KATHY STRABALA

Officer responded to 651 Woodland Ave. for 
a report of someone that was inside the 
complainants residence.

Upon arrival, the complainant advised when 
she returned home from her neighbors 
residence, she observed two females run 
out the back door of her residence. She 
advised that they got into a vehicle in the 
alley and fled the scene. The complainant 
stated that she discovered that $36.00 was 
stolen from her lunch bag. 

She didn't observe anything further missing 
at the time of report. lncident under further 
investigation.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20177037
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
631 E NINTH ST


Complainant: Terri Riley

Report of criminal damage at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised two 
male subjects damaged the inside and 
outside of the apartment she was renting to 
them. She also advised that a large amount 
of garbage, food was left inside and outside 
the apartment causing damage to the 
apartment. 

Complainant wanted the incident 
documented at this time.




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20177038
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Child Endangering
701 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: TIFFANIE MONCRIEF

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that her 
boyfriend / father of her child took their child 
and refuses to give her back to the 
complainant. 

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20177005
Date: Wednesday, September 27,2017
Traffic Signal Malfunction
JEFFERSON AVE / OAK ST


Complainant: JERlMlAH BAILEY,  
ROGERS, OH 44455

Officer responded to the intersection of 
Jefferson Ave and Oak St in regards to a 
traffic signal malfunction. The complainant 
advised that the stop sign at the intersection 
had been knocked down. 

Officer arrived on scene and stood bye until 
the street department arrived to fix the stop 
sign.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20177011
Date: Wednesday, September 27,2017
Follow Up Or Investigation
589 E THIRD ST


Officers assisted the Columbiana County 
Drug Task Force with an investiagtion.

(91271201 7 13:45:35 By: 178) OFFICER 
Garber, ADV POSITIVE INDICATION ON 
GJK5409.



Chief J.T. Panezott



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lncident #: 20177018
Date: Wednesday, September 27,2017
Harassment


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Anonymous complainant came on station to 
report a sex offense while at the 
complainants place of employment a few 
weeks ago. The complainant just wanted 
the incident documented and did not want 
to pursue charges at this time.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20177020
Date: Wednesday, September 27,2017
Fraud
542 HAWLEY AVE


Complainant: ESTHER SELL

Officer spoke with a female complainant 
from the 500 block of Hawley Avenue in 
reference to credit card fraud.

The complainant stated that two purchases 
were attempted on one of her credit cards 
on 09/26/2017, but her credit card company 
did not authorize the charges. The 
complainant later called back in and stated 
that she contacted another one of her credit 
card companies who advised that the same 
two charges were attempted on that card, 
but also not approved. 

The complainant was advised to contact 
any other credit card companies and her 
bank to check for further possible fraudulent 
charges.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20177022
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Assist Perry Police


Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP

Salem Police were requested by Perry Twp. 
Police to assist with a reported fight in the 
parking lot of McKinneys Furniture on 
SR45. 

Upon arrival no fight was found but police 
made contact across the street and spoke 
with several subjects. While there a 
neighbor three doors to the west advised he 
found an abandoned truck in his back yard. 
It was found to have come from the 
residence where officers were at. 

Arrangements were made for the truck to 
be removed in the morning and any 
damage done to the yard is to be repaired. 

Police then cleared.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20177024
Date: Thursday, September 28,2017
Speak To Officer
1872 E STATE ST

Police spoke with the manager of a 
restaurant in the 1800 block of E. State St. 
in reference to an irate customer who had 
called the PD to complain. 

Manager advised that this same individual 
has been frequently causing problems at 
the business and was advised of his option 
to advise the individual he is no longer 
welcome at the business and should the 
subject ever return he could be arrested for 
criminal trespass.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Thursday, September 28, 2017
09:00 AM -0500

lncident #: 20177014
Date: Wednesday, September 27,2017
Recovered Property
278 E EIGHTH ST 


Complainant: GARY FATHERLY

Complainant on station to advise of 
recovered property on the sidewalk in front 
of the above address. While on his route he 
found a gold bracelet and a gold ring with 
diamonds. 

This officer placed the above items in to 
evidence for safekeeping until an owner can 
be located.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20177013
Date: Wednesday, September 27,2017
Speak To Officer
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: DIANE DAVIS,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408

A female came into the Police Dept 
requesting to speak to an officer. The 
complainant believed the night before that 
someone may have attempted to abduct 
her. The complainant advised a couple 
male subjects kept turning to look at her 
and talking about her while in Walmart. 

The complaint believed this due to an article 
she has read recently. The complainat just 
wanted to make officers aware of the 
incident.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20177012
Date: Wednesday, September 27,2017
Traffic Offense


Police conducted a traffic stop at W. 3rd St 
and Howard Ave.. The male subject 
operating the motorcycle was stopped for 
known suspensions as well as no license 
plates. 

While on the stop the subject stated he 
knew he suspended. The motorcycle was 
then towed by AAA and the operator was 
cited.


Operator: Raymond Lee Peters
Address: 284 E. 3rd St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Driving Under Suspension
Failure To Display
Motorcycle Endorsement


Ptl Osberg 




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Incident #: 20176950
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
579 AETNA ST 

Unit # 1 Driver/Owner BRENT DURK 

Unit # 2 Parked / Owner ROBIN 
DENNISON 


Officer responded to the 500 block of Aetna 
for a motor vehicle accident with no injuries 
reported. The driver of unit # 1 backed into 
a parked car. Officer took photos of the 
damage and provided both parties with a 
copy of the report number. 

The driver of unit # 1 was cited.


Cited: Brent T. Durk
Offense: Reasonable Control ORD 331.34


Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176989
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Traffic Offense
207 ROSE AVE 


Officer on patrol noticed junk / abandoned 
vehicle(s) in the 100-200 block of Rose 
Ave. and when stopping to investigate a 
resident complained to this officers about 
said vehicles. All three vehicles were 
photographed and noticed placed on the 
vehicle / registered address to remove the 
vehicles or repair them. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20176990
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Person To Be Removed
2337 OAK ST 


Officers were dispatched for a one to be 
removed on Oak St. 

Upon arrival officers learned that a wanted 
female was inside the home and had 
caused problems and there was also a 
warrant for her. Officer's confirmed the 
warrant was active and she was taken into 
custody without incident. 

She was transported to Salem PD and 
booked and then turned over to Columbiana 
County Sheriff's Deputy.

arrested: Tricia A. Watson LKA (mother's 
residence) 962 Jones Dr., Salem, OH 
44460
charge: failure to appear driving under 
suspension charge

body cam 5 and car 3 used.



Ptl. Banar




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lncident #: 20176991
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017


Complainant: TRICIA WATSON


Complainant advised of a possible assault 
that occurred last week. Matter under 
investigation.



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Incident #: 20176992
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
2511 BENTLEY DR


Officer(s) responded to the 2500 block of 
Bentley for a reported two vehicle hit skip 
accident. Unit # 1 had been legally parked 
and unoccupied when it was struck by unit 
# 2. Unit # 2 then fled the area. 

Unit # 1 sustained minor damage to the left 
rear quarter area.


Unit # 1 / owner / Eric Murray
vehicle / 2011 Chevy




Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176993
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Assist Other Agency
450 AETNA ST 


Officers responded to assist children 
services in the 400 block of Aetna St. and 
made contact with one subject exiting the 
rear of the residence.

The subject was one of the two parents 
children services was trying to contact 
along with 2 children. The subject lied to 
officers and children services repeatedly 
and delayed officers and children services 
for and extended period of time. 

The subject was placed into custody, 
transported on station processed and taken 
to the Columbiana County Jail. 

Officers stood by with children services 
completed their interview.


Arrested: Christopher D. Zepernick of 450 
Aetna St. Salem Oh
Charge: Obstructing Official Business




Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20176995
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Suspicious Activity
855 W STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to Dunkin Donuts West 
to speak to a complainant. The complainant 
advised officer of several suspicious 
vehicles and people that have been 
hanging around the area. 

Officers will increase patrols in the area.

Officer advised the complainant to call the 
PD the next time they see the vehicles in 
the area.



Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20176997
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Speak To Officer
226 VINE AVE 5


Complainant: AMBER SMITH

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about being harassed. The 
complainant stated that she is constantly 
being harassed by persons in the apt 
complex were she resides. Officers advised 
the complainant of the options for dealing 
with the situation. Officer's cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176998
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Menacina / Threats


Complainant: DOUGLAS SMITH


Officer responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
male subject threatened to cause physical 
harm to his wife. 

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176999
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Distraught / Upset Person
1543 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: JASON SOMMERS

Officers responded to the 1500 block for a 
distraught juvenile with possible access to 
weapons. The complainant advised officers 
of a video of the juvenile making suicidal 
threats to himself. 

Officers spoke with the parents of the 
juvenile prior to making contact with him 
and advised them of the situation The 
juvenile was detained and patted down for 
weapons. 

The juvenile was then transported to Akron 
Children's by KLG for further evaluation.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20177000
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
406 FRANKLIN AVE 1/2


Complainant: PATRICK TONEY

Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave. to take a report of a B & E. 
The complainant advised officer that 
someone entered his house while he was 
gone and took several items. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20177001
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
412 W WILSON ST


Complainant: CHARLES RISHEL

Officers responded to the 400 block of W 
Wilson St for a burglary reported. The 
owner of the business advised he heard 
several doors attempted to be opened. He 
advised when someone pulled into the drive 
that people fled the area but he was unsure 
the direction or a description of the 
subjects. 

K9 Simon was deployed for a track, 
however, the complainants friend refused to 
co-operate with officers and interfered with 
K9 Simon's track. 

Ptl. Garber advised the trail had been 
compromised and ended the track. 

The complainant was advised that an extra 
watch would be placed on the business for 
the evening and to call the PD if something 
suspicious occurred again.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20177002
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL DR / E PERSHING ST


Officer on routine patrol observed a vehicle 
parked at Centennial Park after hours. 
Officer made contact with the four subjects, 
it was later found that one of the subjects 
had a warrant out of Pennsylvania. 

It was then confirmed that Pennsylvania did 
not want that subject at the time. 

All parties were advised of the parks hours 
and left the area.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20177010
Date: Wednesday, September 27,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
564 E SECOND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

The complainant contacted this department 
to report witnessing possible drug activity. 
Two males reportedly met at the rear of the 
above location in what appeared to be a 
drug deal. 

One male left on a bicycle and the other in 
a vehicle. 

A witness obtained a possible license 
number as well as video. 

Investigation Pending.



Sgt. D. Green




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Wednesday, September 27, 2017
06:53 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176987
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Accident Private Property
230 CONTINENTAL DR 3
ESSEX OF SALEM BUILDING 3


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
Continental Dr for a reported two vehicle 
accident on private property.

Unit # 1 had been legally parked and 
unoccupied when it was struck by unit # 2. 
Unit # 2 had been traveling in the parking 
lot when it struck unit # 1. 

Both units sustained minor damage to the 
right rear quarter panel. 

There were no reported injuries and no 
citations were issued. Both vehicles were 
driven from the scene. Officers cleared.


Unit # 1 / owner / Eleanor Adams
vehicle / 2015 Chevy


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Alek Milan
vehicle / 2005 Chrysler




Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20176985
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Ambulance Needed
824 E STATE ST


While on patrol officers were flagged down 
by a person known to them who requested 
a ambulance. Salem FD responded as well 
as a ambulance and the man was 
transported to the ER by ambulance. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176982
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Lost Property
2900 E STATE ST


Complainant: CHARLES REIMAN

Police took a report on station of lost 
property. The complainant advised that he 
had lost his wallet in the area of the Home 
Depot. Police was advised from the 
complainant that he did go in the store to 
see if it was turned in in which he stated it 
wasn't. Police also checked the 
departments recovered property file 
showing it to not be in there as well. Police 
advised a report would be on file.



Ptl Z Sanford



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Incident #: 20176979
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Unruly / Delinquent
747 FRANKLIN AVE

Police responded to the above address for 
an unruly juvenile who would not go to 
school. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the juvenile. 
The juvenile advised he didn't want to go 
because he was tired. The juvenile then 
advised police that he would be getting 
ready to go. 

Police also informed the complainant on 
how to file unruly charges on the juvenile if 
it was to continue.



Ptl Z Sanford




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lncident #: 20176990
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Person To Be Removed
2337 OAK ST


Officers were dispatched for a one to be 
removed on Oak St. 

Upon arrival officers learned that a wanted 
female was inside the home and had 
caused problems and there was also a 
warrant or a few for her. 

Officer's confirmed the warrant was active 
and she was taken into custody without 
incident. She was transported to Salem PD 
and booked and then turned over to 
Columbiana County Sheriffs Deputy.


arrested: Tricia A. Watson LKA (mother's 
residence) 962 Jones Dr., Salem, OH
charge: failure to appear driving under 
suspension charge



Ptl. Banar




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Incident #: 20176949
Date: Monday, September 25,201 7
Stolen Vehicle
100 BLOCK OF ROSE AVE



While on patrol, officer observed a vehicle 
that matched a reported stolen vehicle 
traveling northbound in the 100 block of 
Ohio Ave. Officer ran the registration and 
dispatched confirmed the vehicle was 
entered into LEADS as a stolen vehicle. 
Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 100 
block of Rose Ave. 

K9 Simon was deployed and indicated to 
the presence of narcotic odor. 

The driver was found to have an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County and 
placed into custody. Processing of the 
vehicle led to additional charges of drug 
paraphernalia and MM possession of 
marijuana. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene by 
Kaiser Towing and the entering agency was 
notified.


Arrested: Samantha M. Alicea 394 E. 
Lincoln Way Lisbon, OH 44432
Charges: Warrant/FTA, Receiving Stolen 
Property / Motor Vehicle, Drug 
Paraphernalia, MM Possession of 
Marijuana, and Failure to Display Valid 
Drivers License.



Ptl. D. Banar




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lncident #: 20176951
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: LESLIE 

Officer responded to Smith Oil Gas Station 
for a drive off. The complainant advised 
officer that a white van pumped $20.87 
worth of gas before leaving without making 
payment. 

Officer provided the complainant with a 
copy of the report number. The matter is 
under investigation.




Ptl. Brooks



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Incident #: 20176952
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Runaway / Missing
838 PROSPECT ST C 


Complainant: KAREN PHILLIPS

Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Prospect St. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that her fifteen 
year old son left her residnce without 
permission. Officer filled out a missing 
person's report.

Officers checked the area, but were not 
able to locate the juvenile, however the 
juvenile did return home later in the 
evening.



Ptl. Brooks



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Incident #: 20176953
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
1037 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: PAMELA COSGROVE

Officer responded to the 1000 block E 
Fourth St for a phone harassment report. 
The complainant advised she received text 
messages from a recently fired co-worker. 
She advised an incident occurred at work 
and the female subject was sending rude 
text messages. 

The complainant advised she just wanted a 
report on file in case the harassment 
escalated.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20176954
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Accident Private Property
821 E STATE ST 
SALEM LIBRARY


Report of an accident at the above location. 

Upon arrival,it was found that the driver of 
unit 1 ( ROBERT SHOAFF ) had backed up 
froin his parking spot and had struck a 
parked motor vehicle. Damage to the 
drivers side door and mirror on Unit 2 
(JASON SIDDLE ). Local report only.


Lt Shafer



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Incident #: 20176955
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Theft
385 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: CAMERON CROWL

Officer responded to the 300 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a theft report. The 
complainant advised a friend had pawned 
several items that belonged to him. 

The complainant advised he wanted to 
pursue theft charges if the items were 
returned to him. 

The male subject was contacted and he 
advised that he would return the items by 
the end of the week. He also advised at 
which pawn shop and turned the items in to. 

This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20176956
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering


Complainant: ELIZABETH CURRAN


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complaint advised officer that while she was 
gone her ex-husband went into her house 
without her permission and damaged 
several items. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Brooks



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lncident #: 20176959
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Accident Hit / Skip 
230 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: GAVlN MCCLOSKEY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
hit his vehicle earlier in the day and left a 
note on his car. 

Officer took photos of the damage and 
provided the complainant with a copy of the 
report number. Officer will make contact 
with the other party involved.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176960
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Unruly / Delinquent
838 PROSPECT ST C


Complainant: KAREN PHILLIPS

Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Prospect St for an unruly juvenile. The 
complainant advised that her son was 
acting out and has been doing so for 
several months. She was advised the 
process to file unruly charges against her 
son and was advised to speak with the 
juvenile officer with any further questions.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176961
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1587 WESNIEW DR C

Complainant: LAUREN SAWDDY

Officer responded to the 1500 block of 
Westview Dr. for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle. The complainant advised officer 
that the vehicle in question has been sitting 
in the same spot for several months and 
has not been moved and doesn't belong to 
anyone in the area. 

Officer left a red tag on the vehicle for it to 
be moved within 24hrs or it will be towed.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176964
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
E PERSHING ST / SOUTHEAST 

unit #1 Driver LAURA MENOUGH

unit #2 Driver JOHN FALOBA

Officers responded to a crash with no 
injuries in the area of SE Blvd and E 
Pershing St. Officer located the crashed 
vehicles and found it to be extremely minor 
damage to both. Local report only, unit #1 
was following unit #2 and an unknown 
vehicle braked in front of unit #2 causing 
him to brake and unit #1 bumped his hitch. 
Officer cleared without incident.





Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20176966
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Intoxicated Driver
ROOSEVELT AVE / E THIRD ST


Officers on patrol responded to a reported 
impaired driver and located the vehicle on E 
3rd St. and Roosevelt Ave. The vehicle was 
stopped for moving, equipment and 
registration violations. The driver when 
speaking with officers and when outside the 
vehicle was found to be impaired, and 
contacted the Salem FD and EMT to 
respond to check the driver. 

The driver refused all medical treatment, 
was advised he would be sent for a retest 
and asked not to drive until he sees a 
doctor. 

The driver also was cited for one of the 4 
violations he was stopped for and officers 
cleared without incident.


Cited: Rocco J. Losito of 1750 N. Lincoln 
Ave. Salem Oh
Charge: Marked lanes CCMC date of 10-5-
17


Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20176971
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Intoxicated Person
496 S BROADWAY AVE
NlGHT CLUB


Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Broadway Ave for a intoxicated person 
passed out inside a vehicle. The female 
subject was sitting in the driver seat with 
her car door open and drinking water. 

The female subject was highly intoxicated 
and stated that she was waiting for her 
boyfriend to pick her up. There was 
marijuana in plain view and the female 
subject advised that officers could check 
the vehicle. The female subject was issued 
a citation for possession of marijuana and 
advised to wait inside the bar for her ride.


Cited: Malina Mercedes Neishleb
Address: 2083 N Egypt Rd, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana city 
ordinance 513.03(C)2



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20176972
Date: Monday, September 25, 2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
284 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to a disorderly person in 
the 200 block of E 4th St. Officers arrived 
and the female fled on foot. 

No one on scene was sober enough to 
provide accurate information and officers 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20176973
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Menacing By Stalking


Complainant: AMY PHILLIPS

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a menacing by stalking 
report. The complainant advised that a 
known male subject was following her while 
she was driving through town. She advised 
she was attempting to go to her residence 
but did not want him to know where she 
lived. 

Officers checked the area for the vehicle 
with the description given. Officers were 
unable to locate any vehicle's matching the 
description. 

The complainant lived in Perry Township 
and the Perry Twp PD was also advised of 
the complaint.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176976
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Structure Fire
622 WASHINGTON AVE


Complainant: FIRE, DEPARTMENT

Report of a structure fire at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, it was found to be a large 
amount of garbage smouldering in a fire pit. 

FD arrives on scene and extinguished the 
refuse. Homeowner was advised any more 
calls,he will be arrested and charged.



Lt Shafer



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Tuesday, September 26, 2017
08:53 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176822
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
E PERSHING ST / WOODLAND ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Unit 1 Buick 
driver Shane Dunn 

Unit 2 Jeep (at fault)
driver: Stanley Jacobs


Unit 1 traveling east on Pershing near 
Woodland. Unit 2 traveling south on 
Woodland, stopped for stop sign then 
began out to cross Pershing, not realizing 
Pershing traffic did not have a four way 
stop. He tried to go quickly but was hit in 
the rear end by unit 1 that had right of way. 

Driver of unit 2 admitted he thought unit 1 
had a stop sign as well. Unit 2 cited with 
stop sign violation.



Ptl Banar




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Incident #: 201 76815
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
200 BLOCK OF W WILSON ST


Unit 1 (parked) Chevy Silverado
owner: Steven Powell


Unit 2 Cadillac Escalade
owner: Cynthia Morrison, driver: Tyler 
Morrison (cited)


Unit 1 was parked in front of 257 W. Wilson 
on the south side of the road facing east, 
just west of the no parking sign ( legally 
parked, east of sign would be illegal). Unit 2 
driver was traveling east and approaching 
the hill crest and was looking into the rising 
sun causing his vision to be hindered. 
Driver admitted to striking the parked truck 
in the left rear end causing damage to the 
vehicle he drove and the parked truck. 

No injuries reported or observed. 

Officer cited driver of unit 2 for failure to 
control and gave him an optional court date 
for said violation.



Ptl.Banar



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Incident #: 20176852
Date: Friday, September 22, 2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
W STATE ST / SHARP AVE


Reporting officer responded to the area of 
W. State St and the overpass for a semi 
stopped on top of the bridge.

Contact was made with the driver who 
stated that the vehicle just quit and would 
not start. Contact was made with Davidson 
towing to respond and traffic was 
maintained until the vehicle was moved 
from the scene.


Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20176855
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1074 CLEVELAND ST


Officers were at 1074 Cleveland St and 
found that Michael Spencer had an active 
warrant from Columbiana County Sheriffs 
office. The subject was taken into custody 
and transported to Salem PD.


Michael Spencer 31350 Haessly Rd 
Hanoverton, Ohio
Warrant - Failure to Appear ( DUS )


Lt. David L. Casto




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lncident #: 20176903
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Fight
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB


Officers were dispatched to the 
Powerhouse Cafe, in the 500 block of S 
Broadway Ave, for a fight in progress.

Upon arrival, officers observed multiple 
subjects engaging in multiple fights outside 
the bar. The subjects were detained and 
found to have injuries from the fight. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance were 
requested to the scene. 

Due to the amount of alcohol the subjects 
had consumed, it was uncleared who 
started the fight and who was the first to be 
assaulted. After the investigation, the 
parties involved advised that they did not 
want to pursue the incident. During the 
investigation, officers were advised by a 
female that she was thrown to the ground 
and assaulted by a male on scene. The 
victim pointed out the suspect to officers 
and a witness also confirmed that she 
observed the same. The male was 
subsequently taken into custody and 
charged with Assault. He was later 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Joshua J. Myers 
18085 4th St
Beloit, OH 44609
Charged: Assault (ORC 2903.13)


Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20176922
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Unauthorized Use Of MV
1771 N LINCOLN AVE 1/2


Complainant: JOSEPH DOMINIC

Police responded to the 700 block of N. 
Lincoln for unauthorized use of a motor 
vehicle. The complainant advised he let a 
friend borrow his vehicle two weeks ago 
and he has not returned it. The complainant 
also advised the friend stated he was fixing 
the brakes on the vehicle. When the 
complainant tried making contact with the 
friend he was unable to get an answer. 

Further investigation pending.




Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176925
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Domestic In Progress
339 NEWGARDEN AVE 1/2


Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a report of a possible 
fight or domestic dispute.

Officers arrived and made contact with 
numerous individuals at the back of the 
residence who were engaged in a verbal 
dispute. Officers identified all involved and 
affirmed that there had been some pushing 
but nobody had been injured. The dispute 
developed over comments made via text 
and/or social media between two individuals 
that were present. Officers had separated 
all of the involved parties and had to 
temporarily restrain a female individual until 
she calmed down. 

A male and female that were part of the 
argument were advised that they were no 
longer welcome at that location and that if 
they returned they could face criminal 
trespass charges. They stated they 
understood and would not return. All parties 
were advised to refrain from having further 
contact if they could not get along. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20176927
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Possible Shots Fired


Dispatch received several calls of either 
shots fired or fireworks. One call originated 
from the N Ellsworth Area and the other 
originated from the Westview area. This 
officer was on W Fifteenth St near 
Westview at the time of the disturbance and 
did hear what sounded like a dozen gun 
shots originating from somewhere North of 
that location, possibly in the area of the four 
lane or beyond. 

Officer patrolled throughout the area of 
Orchard Bend and subsequently N 
Ellsworth, but detected no odor of 
gunpowder and heard no further 
disturbance. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176928
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Attempted Suicide
638 PROSPECT ST


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Prospect St in reference to a male 
threatening suicide. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subject who advised that he has been 
having a difficult time, due to a recent break 
up with his girlfriend. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene.

The subject was voluntarily transported to 
the Salem Regional Medical Center by 
EMT.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20176929
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Public Assist
S UNION AVE / MAPLE ST
PARK PLAYGROUND


While on patrol on Maple, officer was 
flagged down by a male individual seeking 
assistance. The individual advised that he 
and a family member had been jogging and 
the family member had twisted an ankle. 
The individual stated they did not need an 
ambualnce, but did need assistance with 
making contact with another family member 
to come and pick them up at Centennial 
Park. 

Officer provided dispatch with contact 
information and the dispatcher was able to 
reach the family member, who subsequenlty 
responded to the park. 


Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176931
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
674 E SIXTH ST 2


Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Sixth St where the complainant reported 
that a known female was harassing him non 
stop via social media messaging. Officer 
observed the incoming messages occurring 
in real time while I was present. 

Officer further observed a harassing text 
sent by the same female individual's mother 
to another individual who was present. 

Officer documented the issue and 
subsequently made contact with the 
offender and her mother, who were both 
advised that charges could result. 

Both advised they would refrain from further 
contact. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20176932
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Speak To Officer 
530 COLUMBIA ST


Officer spoke with an anonymous complaint 
via telephone who wished to provide 
information of possible illegal activity 
involving a third party known to the caller. 

Officer gathered the information and 
advised the caller that it would be 
documented. Officer further advised the 
caller to have the third party make a police 
report of further issues developed. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20176934
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: GOSHEN TWP, PD


Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Goshen PD , who had requested a 
K9 for a break in to a business. 

Officer arrived on scene and was advised 
that a subject was observed running from 
the area. K9 Argo was deployed and 
tracked a good ways before losing the 
scent. Officer cleared without incident.




Ptl. LaRosa




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lncident #: 20176935
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Medical Problem / Assist
500 E FOURTH ST 410


Police and FD responded to an unknown 
medical call in the 500 block of E. 4th St.. 

Upon arrival it was found that a female had 
fallen. She was assisted by FD personnel 
and police cleared.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176939
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Dog At Large
SHARP AVE / PROSPECT ST


Police responded to the above area for a 
dog at large. It was advised that a brown 
boxer was on the loose.

Officer did locate the owner of the dog. The 
dog was returned to him, the dog owner 
was also given a warning for a dog at large 
and was advised next time he will be cited if 
it happens again.



Ptl Z Sanford




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lncident #: 20176940
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Civil Matter
340 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
North Ellsworth to check on the welfare of a 
city resident. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. After speaking with the persons 
the situation was determined to be civil in 
nature. Officers advised all of the options 
for dealing with the situation. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176941
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
691 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

Police responded to the above address for 
a domestic report. 

Upon arrival officer spoke with both 
individuals involved who advised that there 
was a verbal altercation. The female 
advised that the male half was following her 
all morning and that when she returned to 
her home she wanted him to leave in which 
he did not want to until police arrived. 

After gathering all information it was 
advised that nothing physical had occurred 
and that the male half would be departing 
the residence for the evening. Police 
cleared.



Ptl Z Sanford



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lncident #: 20176943
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Ambulance Needed


Officers handled a motor vehicle accident 
on Rose Ave. last week involving a subject 
who was checked at the scene by Salem 
FD and Ambulance Personnel. 

Today, Mr. Scullion walked to the PD and 
advised this officer that he had been having 
some problems since the accident last 
week. He wanted an explanation of what 
had happened during and after the wreck. 
He did not dispute being at fault as he was 
cited. He advised he did not remember just 
before the crash and did not even brace 
himself before he collided with the SUV that 
was involved. He thought he hit his head on 
the steering wheel and had a small cut 
above his left eye and some abrasions on 
the top left of his head. 

Both front airbags had deployed and the car 
sustained heavy front left damage and had 
to be towed. He was now having problems 
with remembering how to play a simple card 
game he has played for a long time, trouble 
juggling things as he could before the 
crash, some type of seeing problems with 
his eyes, some dizziness and depth 
perception. He has been resting and said it 
was getting better but I suggested he talk 
with some paramedics and first responders. 
He agreed and said he would. 

I had our dispatcher call for SFD first 
responders and ambulance if policy 
required it. Salem FD and EMT responded. 
His vital signs were checked and it was 
highly recommended he seek medical 
attention as soon as possible. 

He did not want to be transported by the 
Ambulance due to possible high bills that 
would be involved. EMT, Salem FD and this 
officer tried to talk him into going to SRMC 
by ambulance but he adamantly refused. 

He was allowed to sign a medical release , 
against medical advise. He did go with a 
friend who said to us he would take Mr. 
Scullion to the ER.



Ptl. Banar901




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lncident #: 20176944
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
305 W EIGHTH ST 


Complainant: LISA MOSS

Police responded to the above location for a 
parking complaint. 

Upon arrival it was advised from the 
complainant that the vehicle was parked 
infront of her house for a week or so and no 
one has came to get it.
 
Police issued a 10 day tow notice on the 
vehicle. Police cleared.



Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20176945
Date: Monday, September 25,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
1400 S LINCOLN AVE 7 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about being harassed by a persons 
known to her. Officers spoke with the 
complainant and she was provided the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers also spoke with the other person 
involved and he was advised to cease all 
contact with the complainant. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176946
Date: Monday, September 25,2017


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about a strange phone call that she 
had received. The complainant state that 
she had received a call from a persons 
claiming to be from the tax Dept and that 
they would be issuing a warrant for her 
arrest due to unpaid taxes. 

Officers advised the complainant that he 
call was a scam. Officers further advised 
the complainant not to send any money to 
the persons who had been making the calls. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Monday, September 25, 2017
09:47 AM -0500

SALEM POLICE INCIDENTS POSTED ON 
WESTERN RESERVE NEWS 
SEPTEMBER 25, 2017

Incident #: 20176904
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept


Complainant: CCSO


Officer responded to the above location with 
K9 Argo to assist CCSO Deputies, who had 
several subjects flee from them on foot into 
the woods. 

K9 Argo tracked through to the woods for a 
bit but lost the track. 

Officers continued to check the area but 
were unable to locate the subjects.





Ptl LaRosa




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Incident #: 20176906
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Harassment
1007 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: MICHAEL HAMILTON


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of harassment. Officers spoke with 
the complainant who stated he was just 
walking down the sidewalk and a male 
subject came out of his residence and 
started yelling at him and accused him of 
breaking his window. The complainant said 
he didn't break anything and walked away.

Officers spoke with the male subject who 
stated a couple of weeks ago an unknown 
person broke his window at his residence 
and he heard from some people say it was 
the complainant, so when he saw him 
walking down the road he thought he would 
confront him. Officers advised him for the 
future just call the police he complied.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176907
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Lost Property
1200 E SIXTH ST A


Complainant: LAORA LUSK

Complainant on station reference lostlstolen 
property from the above location. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that a 
unknown female juvenile had taken her 
daughter's cell phone from the dance last 
night. The phone was found at a unknown 
address on S.E.Blvd by a cell phone app. 
They did retrieve the phone and just wanted 
the incident documented at this time.




Ptl. Miller




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Incident #: 20176912
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem


Complainant: BRANDIE CONSTANTINO


The complainant contacted this department 
to speak with an officer. She advised that 
her 11 old son was grounded and he left the 
house on his bicycle without permission. 

Officer obtained a description of the child 
and the complainant was advised we would 
attempt to locate him. She was further 
advised to contact this department, should 
he return home in the mean time.




Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20176913
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Theft 
259 W WILSON ST


Complainant: VICTORIA POYNTER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a theft from the residence. 
Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated that an unknown subject(s) entered 
the residence and took multiple items from 
the residence.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176914
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2124 E STATE ST


Complainant: ROBYN PARRISH


Officer responded to the above location for 
a reported dispute. Upon arrival, the 
complainant advised that the dispute was 
with the family of her boyfriend. 

Officer spoke with the complainants 
boyfriend who advised that the dispute was 
only verbal. He stated that his seventeen 
year old daughter and her boyfriend left the 
area and there were no further problems. 
He advised that he would locate them and 
they all would return home.




Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176915
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Domestic In Progress
1175 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JUSTIN SOMMERS

Report of Domestic Violence in progress at 
the above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
his ex-wife had assaulted him over a verbal 
dispute. The ex-wife did advise that she did 
strike him several times in the face / head 
area after a verbal confirmation and visible 
injuries were observed on his lips and 
redness on his face. 

The ex-wife was placed into custody for 
Domestic Violence and transported to this 
department. She was processed, 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Elizabeth A. Curran
1175 E. 3RD. ST. Salem Oh. 44460
Domestic Violence




Ptl. Miller



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Incident #: 20176919
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Mental 1 Disturbed Person
1386 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ROSEMARY SOX

Police responded to the apartments in the 
1300 block of S. Lincoln for suspicious 
activity. The complainant stated she 
believes someone is going around knocking 
on doors at the apartment complexes. The 
complainant also believes the white van in 
the parking lot from earlier in the day may 
have some connection with it.




Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176920
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: PATROL, STATE 


Officer responded to the above location to 
assist OSP on a traffic stop , who had also 
requested a Kg. 

K9 Argo was deployed and indicated to the 
presence of a narcotic odor coming from 
inside the vehicle. A search of the vehicle 
turned up small amounts of marijuana 
shake on the floor board.




Ptl LaRosa




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lncident #: 20176924
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Menacing / Threats
878 SUMMIT ST


Complainant: JACKSON LANE


Officer spoke with the complainant via 
telephone in reference to threats he 
received. Complainant advised that he and 
the subject were friends and into Nascar 
Racing. He states that he switched drivers 
this year which did not go over well with the 
subject. 

Complainant advised that the subjects 
driver wrecked today , so he sent him a text 
saying sorry. The subject then sent the 
complainant a text threatening to harm him. 

Complainant asked that the incident be 
documented.



Ptl. S. LaRosa




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Incident #: 20176883
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Recovered Property
1872 E STATE ST


Complainant: ASHLEY MILLS

Officer spoke with the female complainant 
on station who brought in a wallet she found 
in the Taco Bell parking lot. The 
complainant provided a name of the owner 
of the wallet. Officer photographed the 
contents of the wallet and will attempt to 
return it to the owner.




Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20176884
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Animal Complaint
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: PATRICIA SCHAFF

Officer responded to the Walmart parking 
lot in regards to an animal complaint. 

Complainant advised that a dog had been 
left inside a vehicle with the windows most 
of the way up. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
owner who was already outside with the 
dog. Officer checked on the dog, which 
appeared to be in good health.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20176885
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Speak To Officer

Complainant: KATIE PUGH,  EAST 
LIVERPOOL, OH 

Officer spoke with a female complainant on 
station who wished to report her adult 
boyfriend missing. Officer explained to the 
female that her ex-boyfriend had stopped in 
to the police dept. on yesterday's date to 
advise in case anybody made a missing 
persons report that he is not missing and all 
is ok. The complainant also advised that 
she and her ex-boyfriend did reside in E. 
Liverpool and that they had both signed a 
contract for a 55" LG Smart T.V. and that he 
took the TV and has not made the 
payments on it to Aaron's Rental. 

Complainant advised that Aaron's Rental is 
now telling her that they are going to 
prosecute her. 

I advised the complainant that the issue 
regarding the TV is civil in nature and that 
Aaron's would have to file a civil law suite 
against she and
her ex-boyfriend. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176886
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
200 E SECOND ST K
MAIN MOON CHINESE FOOD


Complainant: Michael Douty


Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave in regards to a hit/skip 
accident. Complainant advised that when 
he returned home from the Broadway 
Plaza, he observed that his vehicle had 
been struck.

Complainant's vehicle, a 2003 Audi four 
door, was parked facing north bound in 
Broadway Plaza and complainant advised 
that it must have been struck while in the 
plaza. The vehicle sustained minor damage 
to the left side of the front bumper and head 
light. 

Photographs were obtained and the 
complainant was provided with a report 
number for insurance purposes.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20176887
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
228 VINE AVE 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to 228 Vine Ave. for a 
report of loud music. 

Upon arrival, officer observed several 
subject's on a back porch of 228 Vine Ave. 
Officer spoke with one male subjects and 
advised him of the complaint and to keep 
the music down. The music was then turned 
down and officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176889
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Person To Be Removed
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Officers responded to the Salem Walmart 
located at 2875 E. State St. after a manager 
called to report a male subject in their store 
that had previously been asked not to 
return. 

Upon arrival, offices spoke with the 
manager whom did not know the exact 
where about in the store that the male was. 
Officers spoke with store security and 
viewed video and obtained two still photos 
of the male subject. While doing this 
another employee advised the male left the 
store and drove away in a full size black 
van. 

The employees were advised to contact this 
department back should the male return. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20176890
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
THE- Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


While investigating the previous call 
(#20176889) at Salem Walmart, officer was 
notified by Asset Protection that they have a 
female juvenile detained for shop lifting 
$79.84 worth of merchandise. 

After investigation, officer placed 17 year 
old female, Sabrina under arrest for 
delinquency. She was transported to the 
Salem Police Dept. for processing and later 
released to her father. This incident will be 
turned over to this department's juvenile 
officer. Officer cleared.


Arrestee (JUVENILE)
7400 Hilltop Dr.
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charge: Delinquency




Ptl. Smith



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lncident #: 20176892
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Domestic In Progress
443 CONTINENTAL DR 49


Complainant: DEBRA CRESANTO

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a domestic in progress. 
Complainant advised that her sister and her 
nephew were possibly involved in a 
domestic and that she was unable to 
contact her sister.

Officers responded and made contact with 
the female who advised that her son was 
arguing with her earlier in the evening, after 
consuming alcohol, but everything was 
okay at the present time and that he was 
sleeping.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20176893
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
480 W PERSHING ST


Police checked an address on W. Pershing 
St. for a subject with an active warrant 
through CCSO. Police found that the 
subject no longer lives at the address.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176894
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Suspicious Person 
412 W WILSON ST

Officers responded to the 400 block of W 
Wilson St in regards to a suspicious person 
report. Complainant advised that he 
observed two males walking through his 
property and into the scrap yard located in 
the 400 block of W Pershing St. Officers 
searched the area but, were unable to 
locate anyone. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 



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Incident #: 20176895
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Check Well Being 
485 AETNA ST


Complainant: GAIL PETERSEN

Officers responded to 485 Aetna St. to 
check the well being of the complainant's 
adult son. 

Complainant advised that her son contacted 
her and admitted to her using meth earlier 
and that he was now acting paranoid and 
stated he was sitting in the living room with 
a baseball bat. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
subject who did not have a ball bat in his 
possession and appeared to be fine. He 
was advised if he did need anything to 
contact this department and we would 
respond back. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176900
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Theft
1200 E SIXTH ST A


Complainant: JASON HAWKINS


Officer was advised by the complainant of a 
cell phone that was stolen at the Salem 
High School homecoming dance. The cell 
phone was tracked to an address in the 
1200 block of S E Blvd and officers made 
contact with the female juvenile who was in 
possession of it.

 The cell phone was recovered and 
returned to the victim.

Charges for Receiving Stolen Property are 
pending further investigation.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20176902
Date: Sunday, September 24,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
ROSE AVE / E FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the area of the 800 
block of E. 5th St. for a report of a male 
subject whom was intoxicated and being 
disorderly. 

Upon arrival, officer could hear the male in 
the back yard using profanity towards the 
neighbors. Contact was made with the 
subject and identified. 

The male was upset over some comments 
a female subject at the next door residence 
was supposedly making about him. He was 
advised to ignore them and keep the noise 
down. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176853
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Harassment
2586 E STATE ST B


Complainant: CODY ARKWRIGHT, KELLY 
PARK RD LEETONIA, OH

Report of harassment at the above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that a 
male subject has been calling and 
harassing him over a item at the business. 
The complainant advised that he does not 
want the male subject at the business and 
to stop calling. 

This officer spoke to the male subject, 
advised him to cease his actions.



Ptl. Miller



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Sunday, September 24, 2017
07:55 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176877
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
2586 E STATE ST A

UNlT # 1  Driver: RACHEL WOLFE, Owner 
CRICK CORP LLC

UNlT # 2  PARKED, Owner JAKUBISN 
GEORGE



Unit # 1 was backing southbound out of a 
parking spot in the parking lot at 2586 E. 
State St. Unit # 2 was parked across the 
aisle facing northbound. Unit # 1 backed 
into the passenger side front end of Unit # 2 
with Unit # 1's driver's side rear bumper. 
The driver of Unit # 1 left the scene and 
was later located by an officer. She was 
issued a citation for driving under 
suspension. She provided an expired 
insurance card for the vehicle.


Cited: Rachel L. Wolfe 
Driving Under Suspension



Sgt. D. Green 



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Incident #: 20176873
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Assist Perry Police
313 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP


Officers responded to the 300 block of S. 
Ellsworth Ave. to assist Perry Twp. Police 
on a traffic stop. The Perry Twp. Officer 
observed the driver commit a reckless 
driving act. 

The driver was given a verbal warning for a 
stop sign violation.



Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20176874
Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017
Criminal Damage To MV
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: DEBBIE ERNST

Officers spoke with a female complainant at 
the above location for a report of her 
vehicle, while parked in Walmart parking lot, 
had three of the tires slashed. The 
complainant stated it happened last 
Tuesday. 

lncident under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176851
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1516 S LINCOLN AVE B

Complainant: KLG

Police responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a dispute. The resident 
upstairs invited a guest and the downstairs 
resident started a confrontation. The 
downstairs resident started yelling at the 
guest when they arrived causing a dispute. 
The downstairs resident was once again 
advised the leave the neighbors alone.



Ptl Osberg




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lncident #: 20176856
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
1175 CEDAR RIDGE DR


Police responded to the 11 00 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr for a report of criminal 
damaging. The complainant advised that 
someone had struck her mailbox. Police 
observed the mailbox laying in the front 
yard of the residence near the driveway. 
The complainant advised she possibly has 
an idea of who may have done the damage 
but stated she would rather not say. Police 
then cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176857
Date: Friday, September 22, 2017
Accident No Injury Reported
2842 E STATE ST
ADVANCED AUTO PARTS

2005 SUZUKI
Owner WADE CAIN


Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to an accident involving a 
motorcycle. Officer arrived on scene and 
made contact with the driver , who advised 
that he was in the wrong gear when he 
went to start going.

The driver stated that the rear tire kicked 
out causing him to drop and fall off the 
motorcycle. 

First Responders and KLG Ambulance 
were called to the scene but the driver 
refused any medical attention. 

The driver was cited for Reasonable 
Control. Local Report Only.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20176858
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Check Well Being
936 SOUTH AVE


Complainant: FD DEPT


Officer responded, along with the Salem 
Fire Department First Responders, to the 
900 block of South Ave to check the well 
being of an elderly female. The Salem Fire 
Department received a medical alert that 
the female had fallen. First responders 
made contact with the female, who was 
found to be okay and nothing was needed.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20176860
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Loud Explosion
632 CHERRY ST


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Cherry St for a report of a loud boom 
sound. Officers did not hear any 
disturbance, but subsequently located an 
individual with a small cook out fire in the 
600 block of Cedar St who advised that the 
sound had resulted when he used gasoline 
to ignite his fire. No problems were 
observed. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20176861
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Check Well Being
1270 SOUTHEAST BLVD 41


Complainant: TIMOTHY TOMOR

Officers responded to 1270 Southeast Blvd. 
Apt.#41 to check the well being of a female 
juvenile. 

The complainant advised that he has not 
been able to make contact with his juvenile 
daughter or the mother of his daughter in 
approx. a week. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
mother of the juvenile who advised that her 
daughter was at the next door neighbors 
apartment playing. 

Officer did speak with the six year old 
juvenile at the neighbors along with the 
juveniles mother and all was found to be ok. 

Dispatch contacted the complainant back 
and advised him all was ok as well. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20176862
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: Boardman PD, BOARDMAN


Officer responded to assist Goshen PD on 
a traffic stop in which they had requested a 
Kg. K9 Argo conducted a cursory sniff of 
the vehicle and indicated the presence of a 
narcotic odor. A search of the vehicle did 
not turn up anything but the driver did admit 
to prior marijuana use in the vehicle.




Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20176863
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Drug Overdose
450 AETNA ST


Officers responded to 450 Aetna St. to 
assist the Salem Fire Dept. and KLG 
Ambulance for a report of a male subject 
not breathing. 

Upon arrival, officers were advised that the 
subject possibly overdosed. 

Fire Dept. personnel and KLG Ambulance 
personnel administered several doses of 
Narcan to the male subject and ultimately 
transported him to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center. 

Two small children were present in the 
home and a report will be sent to Children's 
Services for review. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176867
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Loud Persons
900 BLOCK OF Jones Dr.


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police were dispatched to the 900 block of 
Jones Dr. in reference to loud persons. 
Residence was found to be in Perry Twp. 
jurisdiction and they were advised of the 
complaint. Police then cleared.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176868
Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017
Medical Problem / Assist
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILROAD 


Officer on patrol observed a vehicle 
stopped in the north bound lane of 
Newgarden Ave near Railroad St with it's 
four way lights activated. 

Officer made contact with the subject, who 
was sitting on the side of the road. The 
subject advised that his vehicle was not 
broke down, but that he was sick from 
having consumed too much alcohol. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance were 
requested to the scene. The subject was 
later transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for treatment. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20176869
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Traffic Offense
1015 E STATE ST


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
1000 block of E State St for a registration 
violation. After a brief investigation, the 
driver was afforded a warning for the 
violation. However, the license plates were 
confiscated per the Ohio BMV Registrar 
and the owner, who was a passenger in the 
vehicle, was advised of the situation. 

The vehicle was left legally parked in the 
parking lot of the stop location and officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20176871
Date: Saturday, September 23,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP

An Ohio State Patrol Trooper responded to 
Salem PD and administered a breath test to 
a suspected OVI Driver.



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176839
Date: Friday, September 22, 2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
325 W STATE ST 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a verbal dispute between three 
male subjects and a female subject. 
Officers spoke with all the parties involved, 
one of the male subjects ran away from a 
residence in Perry Township this morning 
the other males and female were looking for 
him when they located him at the above 
location. 

While speaking with the male runaway he 
stated he just wanted to harm himself. 

Officers contacted first responders and the 
male subject was transported by KLG to 
Salem Hospital.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176840
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Fraud
12789 E STATE ST 5
SPORTING GOODS STORE


Complainant: DIANA BROWN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of fraud. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated a female subject 
used a credit card to pay for a charge, but 
the card declined. The complainant called 
the female subject explained the card 
having problems and not going through and 
advised the subject just to come to the store 
and pay the bill. The female subject agreed 
but never returned to the store and now 
can't be located.

Officers were able to make contact with the 
female subject and the matter of the bill was 
paid.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176847
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Harassment 
201 ROOSEVELT AVE


Complainant: DOROTHY SELL

Reporting officer spoke to the complainant 
regarding her Facebook account and 
unwanted messages that she has received. 
The complainant was advised on how to 
handle the situation and to make a better 
attemp at securing her information in the 
future.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Saturday, September 23, 2017
08:02 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176825
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / HIGHLAND AVE


Unit # 1 Driver/ Zachary M. Brautigam/ 
Owner BRITTNEY KETCHUM 

Unit # 2 Driver/Owner RICHARD ADAMS 

Officers responded to the area of E. State. 
St. and Highland Ave. for a motor vehicle 
accident with no injuries reported. The 
driver of unit # 1 failed to stop before hitting 
the rear of unit # 2. Officer took photos of 
both vehicles and provided both parties 
involved with a copy of the report number. 

The driver of unit # 1 was cited.

Cited: Zachary M. Brautigam
Offense: ACDA ORD 333.03 A



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176827
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Assist Other Agency
676 OLIVE ST


Complainant: CANFIELD, PD


Officers responded to the 600 block of Olive 
St. to assist Canfield PD with gathering 
information from a hit skip that took place in 
Canfield earlier today. Officers gathered the 
information Canfield requested and relayed 
it to their PD.




Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20176830
Date: Thursday, September 21, 2017
Fight
CENTENNIAL PARK


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to Centennial Park for a 
report of a fight in progress. 

Officers arrived and found that several 
female juveniles had been in a physical 
altercation. Only one party was still on 
scene and did have a minor injury.

Officer did speak with a parent regarding 
the matter and both the juvenile and the 
parent were advised of the options for 
pursuing charges.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20176834
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Neighbor Dispute
1360 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: SONNETT HOLENCHICK

Officer responded to the above location for 
a neighbor dispute. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that the 
neighbor is blocking the shared driveway 
with wood. 

Officer spoke with both parties and advised 
them to stay on their own property, don't 
block the driveway with anything until the 
land was surveyed.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20176835
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY


Officer responded to the 300 block of E. 
Third St. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
female subject won't quit texting her. Officer 
will contact the subject and advise them of 
the complaint.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20176837
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Suspicious Activity
423 W PERSHING ST 


Complainant: JOHN GFELLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a suspicious activity report. Complainant 
advised he saw a male subject pounding on 
the fence. 

While enroute the complainant called back 
and advised the subject left on foot heading 
west. 

Upon arrival, officer checked the area but 
were unable to locate the subject in 
question.


Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20176841
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Theft
341 W TENTH ST


Complainant: LOUIS GRANDE


Report of a theft from the above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
his friends ex-girlfriend had stolen his Echo 
Gas powered weed eater ($228.00) from 
the above address and pawned it off at 
cashland.

Complainant was given the report number 
to get his weed eater back. The matter is 
under investgation.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20176842
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
747 FRANKLIN AVE


Report of a unruly child at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the 
mother and son. The mother advised that 
the child was being unruly at school and 
she had to bring him home and was trying 
to get him to the doctors. 

This officer spoke with the child, he got into 
the vehicle with his mom and they went to 
the doctors.





Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20176844
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Dispute (NO Thraats/Violence)
623 E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Report of a animal that got struck by a 
vehicle. 

Upon arrival, the owner of the animal 
advised that his dog had gotten lose and 
struck by a Yellow older model SUV in front 
of the residence. 

He advised that the vehicle did not stop and 
continued eastbound on E. 3RD. ST.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20176849
Date: Friday, September 22,2017
Theft 
2875 E STATE ST


Complainant: ALDORA SMITH

Report of a possible stoledlost wallet at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she either lost or someone stole her Tan 
triifold wallet that had several personal / 
medical cards and a few credit cards.

Complainant was given the report number 
for all the cards and that if there is any 
issues to contact this department.



Ptl Miller



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Friday, September 22, 2017
09:38 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176786
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Accident With Injury 
200 BLOCK OF ROSE AVE

Unit #1 DENNIS SCULLION

Unit #2 (Juvenile)


Police responded to the 200 blk of Rose 
Ave. for a two vehicle accident with injury. 
Upon arrival it was determinded that Unit #1 
was heading southbound on Rose Ave. 
when he went left of center and struck Unit 
#2 who was going northbound on Rose 
Ave. 

Both vehicels sustained disabling damage 
which cause them both to be towed from 
the scene. Unit #1 by Davidson's and Unit 
#2 by Sinsley's. 

Officer documented the damages with 
photograps and issued a report number for 
the insurance companies. 

The driver of Unit # 1, DENNIS SCULLION, 
was cited for going Left of Center.



Ptl Z Sanford



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lncident #: 20176815
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
200 BLOCK OF W WILSON ST


Unit 1 (parked) Chevy Silverado, owner: 
Steven Powell

Unit 2 Cadillac Escalade, owner: Cynthia 
Morrison, driver: Tyler Morrison (cited)


Unit 1 was parked in front of 257 W. Wilson 
on the south side of the road facing east, 
just west of the no parking sign ( legally 
parked, east of sign would be illegal). Unit 2 
driver was traveling east and approaching 
the hill crest and was looking into the rising 
sun causing his vision to be hindered. 
Driver admitted to striking the parked truck 
in the left rear end causing damage to the 
vehicle he drove and the parked truck. 

No injuries reported or observed.

Officer cited driver of unit 2, Tyler Morrison, 
for failure to control and gave him an 
optional court date for said violation.



Ptl.Banar901



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Incident #: 20176818
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
200 BLOCK OF ROOSEVELT A


Unit #1  Owner/Driver: ALICE JOHNSTON

Unit #2  Driver: EDWARD JONES, Owner 
CAROLYN JONES


Police responded to the above location for a 
two vehicle accident with no injuries. 

Upon arrival it was determined that unit #1 
was making the left turn off of Roosevelt 
Ave. onto E. Third St. and took the turn to 
sharp and struck unit #2 in the driver side 
front bumper causing damage to the 
headlight and bumper. 

Officer documented the damages with 
photographs and issued a report number to 
both party's involved for their insurance 
company's. 

The driver of unit #1, ALICE JOHNSTON, 
was cited for improper turn. Both vehicles 
were able to be driven from the scene.



Ptl Z Sanford



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lncident #: 20176792
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Fraud
656 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: AUSTIN O'DELL

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
female subject opened a credit card in his 
name without his consent. The matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176794
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Criminal Trespassing
1210 E THIRD ST

Complainant: MICHAEL GASKILL

Officers responded to the 1200 block of E. 
Third St. for a report of someone 
trespassing. The complainant advised 
officers that he was working on his vacant 
property and heard someone else inside the 
residence. 

The complainant advised officers that the 
subject left before he was able to see them.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176796
Date: Wednesday, September 20.2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
292 W STATE ST B


Officers responded to W. State St. near 
Stadium for a report of a male subject who 
was flipping off cars and walking in the 
roadway. 

Officers were able to locate the subject, 
who advised officers that as he was 
crossing State St. to look at cars , he got 
into an argument with someone in a vehicle 
that was passing by.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176797 
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
156 N MADISON AVE 


Officer responded to the 100 block of N 
Madison for a report of a domestic dispute.

Officers arrived and spoke with both parties 
involved and found that the argument was 
verbal only. One of the subjects did willingly 
depart and officers cleared.


Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20176798
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
821 E STATE ST


Complainant: MICHAEL DEEKS

Officer spoke to a complainant regarding a 
dispute/harassment. Officer did also speak 
to the other subject involved and advised 
them to cease contact.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20176799
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Ambulance Needed
777 SHARP AVE


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers and FD responded to the 700 block 
of Sharp Ave. for a male subject who wasn't 
breathing. The subject was transported to 
Salem Regional Medical by EMT.



Ptl. J. Brooks



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lncident #: 20176801
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
968 E STATE ST


Officers on patrol observed a suspicious 
vehicle in the parking lot of a business in 
the 900 block of E State St.

Officers spoke with the occupants, 
observed criminal indicators and K9 Simon 
was deployed. K9 Simon alerted to the 
presence of narcotic odor and officers 
recovered contraband from the vehicle. 

The passenger of the vehicle claimed all the 
contraband was his and was charged. 
Officers cleared without incident.


Cited: Christopher M. Wright of LKA: 1781 
Ridgewood Dr. Salem Ohio
Charge: MM Possession of Marijuana Para. 
CCMC date of 9-25-17



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20176803
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Theft
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: RICHARD FAULKNER

Officer spoke to a complainant at the police 
station regarding a theft that occurred at 
Centennial Park. The complainant advised 
that he was at the park when his wallet was 
stolen out of his vehicle. The complainant 
advised that a group of people were still at 
the park but he was unsure if any were 
involved 

Officer did check the park but no one was 
found on the premise.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20176804
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Traffic Offense
ELLSWORTH AVE / W THIRD 


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for an 
equiptment violation on W 3rd St. at N. 
Ellsworth Ave. and after observing criminal 
indicators K9 Simon was deployed. K9 
Simon did indicate the to presence of 
narcotic odor and a search recovered 
contraband. 

The driver was given the warning for the 
equiptment violation and charged with the 
contrabnd. Officers cleared without incident.

Cited: Corey L. Ward  of 3194 Lake St. 
Beloit Ohio
Charge: MM Possession of marijuana 
CCMC Date 9-25-17




Ptl. M. Garber 



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Incident #: 20176805
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment


Complainant: HERBERT SHEPPARD

Officer took a report of phonellnternet 
harassment on station. Complainant 
advised that he had been receiving 
unwanted text messages from a former 
acquaintance. 

Officer advised the male complainant to 
block the female subjects phone number 
and block her on social media. 

Officer attempted to make contact with the 
female subject but was unsuccessful.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176806
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Drug Overdose
758 N LINCOLN AVE


Officers responded to the 700 block of N 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a drug overdose. 

Salem PD and Salem Fire First Responders 
arrived on scene and located the male 
subject in the bathroom of the residence. 

The male subject was given narcan(s) and 
was transported to the Salem Emergency 
Room by KLG Ambulance.

Officers also located and seized 
contraband, Charges are pending.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20176808
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Ambulance Needed


Officers did speak to a male at the police 
station who advised that he was entered as 
a missing person and needed to speak to 
an officer so that he could be removed as 
missing. 

Officers did speak to the male who stated 
that he had already been in contact with 
Stark County after being entered into 
LEADS as missing. The male also advised 
of chest pains and EMT and first 
responders did respond to evaluate the 
male. 

The male was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center and the entering 
agency was notified of the situation.



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20176809
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
780 W STATE ST


While on patrol officer made casual contact 
with the occupants of a vehicle at a local 
business in the 700 block of W State St. 
While talking to the occupants of the vehicle 
this officer did smell the scent of marijuana. 

The K9 officer was called and did deploy K9 
Simon. Simon did indicate to the presence 
of narcotic odor and a probable cause 
search did yield marijuana and marijuana 
paraphernalia. 

One occupant was cited with Possession of 
Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia and the other 
was cited for Possession of Marijuana.


Cited: Jenna M Traversa
Address: 919 Summit St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: (MM) Possession of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia


Cited: Joseph J Carson
Address: 259 W Wilson Salem, OH 44460
Charge: (MM) Possession of Marijuana



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20176811
Date: Thursday, September 21, 2017
Suspicious Vehicle
SOUTHEAST BLVD / RIDGEWOOD


While on patrol officer located a subject 
passed out / sleeping in his vehicle. Officers 
made contact and the subject advised he 
was having troubles at home and was 
sleeping in his vehicle until he had to go to 
work. The subject did give officers verbal 
consent to search the vehicle. a search was 
conducted but nothing illegal was located.

Officers advised the subject to find a better 
place to sleep.




Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20176812
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Ambulance Needed
218 E SIXTH ST 

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 

Officer responded to the above location per 
request from the FD. 

Upon arrival, FD advised they needed 
assistance with locating the female's 
boyfriend to watch the juvenile due to the 
fact the female was going to be transported 
to Salem ER for medical attention. The 
boyfriend was located and did responded 
back to the residence to care for the 
juvenile.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20176813
Date: Thursday, September 21.2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1975 FAIRVIEW CT


Complainant: SCOTT DAILEY

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of two suspicious vehicles. 
Complainant advised an unknown vehicle 
was parked in front of his residence.

Upon arrival, officers located the vehicle in 
question and spoke to the owner who 
advised his vehicle broke down so he called 
his brother to pick him up and give him a 
ride home. The owner of the disabled 
vehicle advised he would have a tow 
company respond in the morning to get his 
vehicle.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20176816
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Check Well Being
406 W STATE ST


Complainant: ROBERT McNICHOL

Officers responded to check the well being 
of a male residing at the business. 
Complainant advised officers that he was 
concerned as he had not been able to 
reach him for two days. 

Investigation found a deceased male inside 
the business of whom officers were there to 
check on. Salem FD, EMT, Coroners office 
and humane officer called to scene for 
investigation and assistance. 

Matter under investigation by Salem PD 
detective bureau. 

Name not to be released until family 
memberls can be contacted.



Ptl. Banar901



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Incident #: 20176817
Date: Thursday, September 21, 2017
Criminal Damage To MV
426 OHIO AVE 


Complainant: JILL ENTRIKIN

Police responded to the above address for 
criminal damage to a motor vehicle. 

Upon arrival the complainant advised police 
that pop was dumped on her vehicle along 
with scratched. 

Police documented this with photographs. 
Police issued the complainant a report 
number.



Ptl Z Sanford




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lncident #: 20176820
Date: Thursday, September 21,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
256 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: DANIEL ENGLE


Reporting officer spoke to the complainant 
who advised of a male subject that had 
been in the business the previous night and 
was upset with posted signs in the 
business. The complainant was advised of 
his options regarding the male subject.



Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20176821
Date: Thursday, September 21, 2017
Harassment
1250 S LINCOLN AVE B


Complainant: BRllTNEY KETCHUM


Reporting officer spoke tothe complainant, 
who was having issues with her landlord 
and also of being evicted.

The complainant was advised of her option 
and advised that this officer woiuld speak 
with the landlord.



Lt. David L. Casto




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Thursday, September 21, 2017
07:25 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176769
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Accident Private Property
2200 MERLE RD C
SOUTHEAST SCHOOL WEST GRAVEL 
LOT


Unit 2- Owner/Operator- Ann Hough 


Unit 1- Operator- Sydney G. Kline  Owner 
WILBUR KLINE


Officer was dispatched to the 2200 block of 
Merle Rd in regards to a private property 
traffic accident. Unit 1 was travelling west 
bound through a parking lot, while Unit 2 
was travelling south bound in the parking 
lot. Due to the amount of vehicles in the 
parking lot, both drivers were unable to see 
the other vehicle. This resulted in Unit 1 
striking Unit 2 in the left side of the front 
bumper. 

Unit 1 sustained minor damage to the right 
side of the front bumper, while Unit 2 
sustained minor damage to the left side of 
the front bumper. 

No injuries were reported and no citations 
were issued. Both owners were provided 
with a report number for insurance 
purposes. \



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20176781
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Disabled / stuck MV
1690 S LINCOLN AVE


Officers assisted a stranded motorist when 
the Jeep he was driving broke a suspension 
part and became immovable in the 
northbound lane on S. Lincoln. Davidsons 
responded and towed the vehicle. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20176782
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Neighbor Dispute
1376 E PERSHlNG ST


Complainant: TRISTAN PHILLIPS

Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
East Pershing St for a reported neighbor 
dispute. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
he has been having problem's with the 
neighbor over the driveway that they share. 

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation.

Officers attempted to speak with the 
neighbor concerning the issue but could not 
make contact at the residence.

Officers did leave a message for the 
persons to call the station. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176783
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
166 WOODLAND AVE


Officers checked a vehicle that may have 
been in a collision with a tree recently. The 
tree in the curb lawn in the 100 blk of 
Woodland was recently struck and fluids left 
by the vehicle were followed to S. Lincoln 
and E. Pershing in a private lot. The vehicle 
had extensive front end damage and may 
have already had some damage. 

Contact at the business / apts was 
attempted but no one came to the door. 



Banar




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Incident #: 20176784
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
E PERSHING 500 BLOCK


Police responded to the above location for a 
parking complaint. It was advised that a tan 
Buick was parked in the lot taking up two 
spaces. Upon arrival officer observed this 
vehicle and placed a 72 hour tow notice on 
the vehicle. Officer cleared.



Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20176787
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Obstructed Roadway
700 BLOCK OF SUPERIOR 


Complainant: SALEM CITY, STREET


Salem City Service Dept requested an 
officer to stop on Superior near 8th 17th 
Sts. A male had driven around "road closed 
signs and caused a hazard. Officer spoke 
with the man and advised him the errors 
and dangers of driving thru a work zone. 


Banar901




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Incident #: 20176788
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
207 HAWLEY AVE


Complainant: LONNIE COOK

Complainant's vehicle was parked in the 
back of the apartment overnight. This 
morning complainant found deep scratches 
along the hood, fenders, doors and trunk. 
Officer took photos of the damages to the 
car. 

At time of report, unknown suspects. An 
extra watch was requested.



Banar901



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lncident #: 20176789
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Suspicious Person
2309 E STATE ST


Complainant: BLAIRMALLOY


Police responded to the above location for a 
suspicious person report. It was advised 
form the complainant that a male individual 
came into the solon and asked to use the 
restroom. Solon employee said he could 
use it. The male left sometime after that but 
left some property in the bathroom. The 
male individual did return to get it.  However 
due to the nature of the item solon 
employees denied him from coming inside. 

The male did call the police to be able to 
collect his belongings. Police returned the 
property.



Ptl Z Sanford




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lncident #: 20176790
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Criminal Trespassing
500 E FOURTH ST 


Police responded to the above location for 3 
individuals who were not supposed to be at 
the apartments. 

Upon arrival officer spoke with the three 
individuals who advised they were in a 
different room not the one where they were 
trespassed from. 

Police checked both apartments to verify 
their store showing it to be true.



Ptl Z Sanford



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lncident #: 20176791
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Accident Hit / Skip


Complainant: TONEY, PATRICK JOSEPH 
EDWAR 919 OLIVE ST NILES, OH 44446

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported of a hit skip 
accident that had occurred in the 400 block 
of East State St. On arrival officers spoke 
with the persons involved and were unable 
to locate any damage on either vehicle. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176795
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Assist Other Agency
1285 E TWELFTH ST


Complainant: PERRY, TWP

Officer(s) responded to the 1200 block of 
East 12th St to assist Perry Twp with a 
medical emergency. 

On arrival officers stood by until the man 
was transported by ambulance. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176768
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Ambulance Needed
2216 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to N. Madison near E. 
State St for a suicidal male subject. Officers 
made contact with the male near the 
intersection. The male was cooperative with 
officers and agreed to seek help. That male 
was then transported to Salem Hospital by 
EMT and pink slipped. 

Police cleared without any incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176772
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
772 SUMMIT ST


Complainant: MARGARET REIDY


Police responded to the 700 block of 
Summit St for damage to a vehicle. The 
complainants vehicle had been wrote on 
with a marker on the front and rear of the 
driver side windows. The complainant 
advised it possibly could have happened 
during the night while parked on Woodland 
Ave.
 
The complainant advised they believe its 
from a civil family dispute.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176773
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
2401 E STATE ST F 
GROCERY


Complainant: AARON MORRISON

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a parking complaint. 
Complainant advised that a vehicle was 
parked in a handicap spot and did not have 
a placard. 

Officer arrived on scene and observed a 
valid handicap placard lying on the 
dashboard of the vehicle.



Officer LaRosa



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Incident #: 20176775
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Suspicious Person
185 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: SARAH YORLANO


Police responded to the 100 block of E. 6th 
St. The complainant advised while she was 
babysitting, the neighbor was walking 
around the property and then started 
knocking on the door. The complainant 
advised she was worried to answer the 
door. 

While speaking with the neighbor they 
advised her child lost a toy in the back yard.

The neighbor stated that later the toy was 
found. 

Both parties advised they do not get along 
with each other.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176776
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Traffic Offense


Officer initiated a traffic stop with a silver 
Hyundai Accent in the parking lot of the 
Smith Oil gas station for an expired plates 
and no headlights. 

During the stop, a front seat male 
passenger was placed under arrest for 
obstruction of official business after he 
provided officer with a fake name and date 
of birth. 

K9 Argo was also deployed and alerted to 
the presence of narcotic odor. A search of 
the vehicle was conducted and no 
contraband was located. 

The driver was issued warnings for no 
headlights and expired plates. The 
passenger, 29 year old Thomas J. Macolino 
was transported to the Salem Police Dept. 
for processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail. Officer cleared.



Arrestee:
Thomas J. Macolino
14945 SR164
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business


Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176778
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Harassment 


Complainant: SHAWN MORRIS

Police spoke with the complainant on 
station who advised he is being harassed 
and threatened by his ex-girlfriend and her 
friends and family. He advised that he was 
physically threatened while at Speedway. 

Police spoke with the other parties involved 
along with the clerk and found that the 
complainant was the aggressor in the 
incident.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176780
Date: Wednesday, September 20,2017
Traffic Offense 
S ELLSWORTH AVE / MULLINS


Police stopped a vehicle in the 400 block of 
S. Ellsworth Ave. that was displaying an 
expired registration. The driver of the 
vehicle was also found to be operating the 
vehicle while under suspension. 

BMV also required the registration to be 
confiscated. 

Driver was issued citations for expired 
registration and DUS and given a court date 
of 09/26/2017 in CCMC. Vehicle was towed 
by AAA to the owners residence.



Cited:
Thomas James Riley
337 N. Broadway Ave.
Salem, Ohio 44460
citations:
Expired registration
NC suspension



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Wednesday, September 20, 2017
08:32 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176768
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Ambulance Needed
2216 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to N. Madison near E. 
State St for a suicidal male subject. Officers 
made contact with the male near the 
intersection. The male was cooperative with 
officers and agreed to seek help. That male 
was then transported to Salem Hospital by 
EMT and pink slipped. 

Police cleared without any incident.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176758
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
792 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: RICHARD COLON


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damaging. The 
complainant stated that an unknown subject 
left tire impressions on their yard. The 
complainant has an idea on who left the tire 
marks but wasn't home during the incident.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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incident #: 20176761
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST 
WALMART


UNIT# 1 DRIVER: SHAWNEE ROHR , 
Owner: MICHAEL FAST 

UNIT#2 DRIVER: Owner:  SALLY STAMP


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a two vehicle private property 
accident. Unit #1 was parked in a parking 
spot and attempting to back out into.lane of 
travel. Unit #2 was also parked in a parking 
spot and also was attempting to back out 
into the lane of travel when both Units 
struck each other in the lane. 

Both Units had minor damage and were 
driven from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20176764
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Suspicious Odor
599 E STATE ST


Report of a suspicious odor in the above 
area. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that a 
strong odor of marijuana was coming from 
the upstairs apartment. Officers spoke with 
all the subjects inside the residence they 
where identifying. While identifying the 
subjects officers noticed a odor of 
marijuana and they advised that they did 
have some on them. A small bagging was 
found on one and a small amount was 
found in a some cigarette pack on the floor 
of the apartment. 

They were substance confiscated and the 
both subjects were advised of the 
consequences of their actions if officers 
return. The substance was brought back to 
this department were it was destroyed 
properly.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20176762
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Theft
133 2 SALEM PARKWAY


Complainant: RYAN GEHO


Complainant on station to advised that a 
firearm was stolen from his vehicle 
approximately 5-6 months ago from the 
above location while he was working. All 
information was gathered stolen gun form 
filled out, 

He is supposed to call with the serial 
number of firearm when he returns home so 
it can be entered into LEADS.



Ptl Miller


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lncident #: 20176760
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Fraud 


Complainant: MARIO PEREZ

Complainant on station reference fraud. 
Complainant advised that he had lost his 
Charter Onelcitizen Bank card yesterday 
and that later in the evening he found that 
someone had used his debit card at Papa 
Johns and Circle K. He did not know the 
money amount at this time but just wanted 
the incident documented at this time and 
that he did cancel the card.




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176759
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Neighbor Dispute
226 VINE AVE 5

Complainant: AMBER SMITH

Report of a neighbor dispute at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
unwanted subjects were outside and not 
permitted on the property and that is was 
lead to the dispute. 

Officers spoke with all parities involved, the 
land lord and the wanted subjects were 
advised to leave per the landlords request. 
The subjects were also advised that they 
are not allowed back at the apartment 
building.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20176766
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Speak To Officer
228 VINE AVE


Complainant: DOUGLAS SMITH

Report of a speak with officer at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
the neighbor is again making threatening 
statements towards them and wanted it 
documented. 

Officers spoke with the neighbor and he 
denied the incident but was still advised to 
keep away from the complainant.




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176736
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Theft
606 E EIGHTH ST


Complainant: THOMAS PAGE


Complainant advised that there is some 
issues with money transactions of one of 
his residents. Complainant advised that 
there are questions with some of the 
transactions that have been done by the 
residents power of attorney. He advised that 
he wanted the incident documented, that 
they are checking into the matter and that 
they just need to make a report at this time. 

Complainant was given the report number 
for their investigation.


Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20176742
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Runaway / Missing
1690 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ELIZABETH RING

Officer was flagged down by a female in the 
1600 block of S Lincoln Ave in regards to a 
missing juvenile.

Complainant advised that her 15 year old 
granddaughter did not return home from 
school. 

During the investigation, complainant was 
advised that her granddaughter had 
returned home. It was found that the 
juvenile had stopped by a friends house 
before coming home. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20176743
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Domestic In Progress
2875 E STATE ST A


Officers were dispatched to the Walmart 
parking lot located at 2875 E. State St. for a 
report of a possible domestic in progress. 
Complainant reported observing a male 
subject dragging two children out of the 
store.

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
male subject, three children and the 
children's mother. The mother stated she 
was inside the store when her children 
began acting up so she had her boyfriend 
take her children to the car, which upset the 
children even more. The male stated that 
he did not drag the children but did have 
their hands walking them to the vehicle. 

Contact was made with the complainant 
and several other subjects nearby who 
were only concerned and wanted to make 
sure the children were not being abducted 
since the children were yelling to let them 
go and appeared to be trying to get away 
from the male subject. 

No injuries were observed on the children. 
Information was gathered and officers 
cleared after determining there was no 
domestic incident.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20176745
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Obstructed Roadway
600 BLOCK OF JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Report of a manhole cover obstructing the 
roadway in the 600 block of Jennings Ave. 
Officer responded and found the cover to 
be partially lifted. The street department 
was notified of the issue.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20176746
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Public Assist
260 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer was flagged down in the recycling 
center parking lot by a female who lost her 
keys. Officer assisted the female in locating 
her keys and cleared.


Ptl. D. Osberg



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lncident #: 20176747
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Domestic In Progress
673 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin Ave in reference to a domestic in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with both 
subjects who advised that nothing physical 
had occurred but, the incident was verbal in 
nature.

During the investigation, the male was 
found to have an active arrest warrant out 
Stark County and placed into custody. He 
was later transferred into the custody of the 
Alliance Police Department. See Report 
#20176747



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20176748
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
673 FRANKLIN AVE


While investigating a domestic violence 
incident, officers learned that the male 
involved had an active arrest warrant from 
the Alliance Police Department in Stark 
County. 

The male was subsequently arrested and 
transported to the intersection of US 62 and 
SR 165 where officer met with the Alliance 
Police Department. The male was 
transferred into the custody of the Alliance 
Police Department and officer cleared.


Arrested: Tyler E. Harrington
665 N Webb Ave
Alliance, OH 44601
Warrant: Domestic Violence (F3)



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20176750
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Shoplifter(s)
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer responded to the Speedway Gas 
station located at 175 W. State St. for a 
report of a shop lifter. The complainant/clerk 
of the store reported a female subject stole 
a can of beer, placing it in her purse and 
fleeing towards the back of the business. 
The complainant provided a first name of 
the female suspect and showed officer the 
house in which she believes she went to. 

Officer went to the residence in the 100 
block of W. Pershing St. and made contact 
with another female, who had been in the 
store with the suspect. The female denied 
the suspect being at her residence and 
denied officers consent to search of her 
apartment for the suspect. 

Officer attempted to make contact with the 
female suspect at her residence in the 300 
block of W. 10th St. and had negative 
contact. Officer requested a copy of the 
surveillance video from the complainant and 
cleared with an investigation pending.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20176755
Date: Tuesday, September 19,2017
Vandalism / Desecration
625 CEDAR ST


Complainant: TINA MASTRINTONIO

Report of possible vandalism at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that she 
believes that the neighbor is damaging her 
trees do to how they have recently been 
thinned out. The trees appeared to have 
been damaged but as some looked normal, 
others don't. 

The complainant was advised that officers 
will document the damage. She was 
advised of her options since this has been 
an ongoing problem with the neighbor.



Ptl Miller



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Tuesday, September 19, 2017
09:27 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176722
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Civil Matter
565 FRANKLIN ST F


Complainant: FLOYD GALLOWAY

Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil matter over a subject being evicted. 

Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated they wanted the subject out of the 
residence, the subject asked if they could 
give him ti1 1pm the complainant agreed 
with the time.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20176724
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Assist Other Agency
627 N LINCOLN AVE


Request to assist another agency at the 
above address. Upon arrival, the case 
worker advised that the female juvenile ( 
active warrant ) had left the area prior to my 
arrival, 

This officer along with the case worker 
checked the area for several minutes and 
were unable to locate the female juvenile.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20176725
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
607 CONTINENTAL DR 


Officers spoke with a female complainant at 
the above location about a possible child 
neglect that happened early Sunday 
morning. Officers spoke with several 
witnesses and the matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20176726
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
MV Lockout
467 ARCH ST

Report of a motor vehicle lockout at the 
above address. Upon arrival, this officer 
was unable to gain entry into the vehicle 
and the owner was given a courtesy 
transport to her place of employment.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176727
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Identity Theft
1561 MAPLE ST 


Complainant: DARRYL STEWART


Reporting officer spoke to the complainant 
regarding a letter he received from a 
company stating that he owed $132.48 for 
Sprint service. The complainant further 
stated that he has not had Sprint for a 
carrier and was advised by the company to 
complete a fraud packet. A report number 
was given to the complainant to give to 
Sprint.



Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20176728
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Assist Other Agency
578 E THIRD ST


Report of a possible female juvenile with an 
active warrant out of this county at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, officers located the juvenile 
hiding in an upstairs bedroom. The juvenile 
was taken into custody, transported to this 
department where she was processed and 
released to the C.C.S.O.




Ptl. R.Miller



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Incident #: 20176729
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Harassment
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of harassment via face book. 

Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated that a they had a falling out with a 
friend and now the friend is harassing them 
on face book.

Officers spoke with the male subject who 
denied sending any messages to the 
complainant. Officers advised the male 
subject to stay away from the complainant.



Ptl. M. Wirkner



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lncident #: 20176730
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Animal Complaint
E STATE 2900 BLOCK A


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a dog inside the vehicle with the 
temperature being nearly 80 degrees. Upon 
arrival, officer spoke with both the 
complainant and the dog owner, who was 
now back at his vehicle. He stated the he 
just returned from the Vet with his dog and 
had to stop at the above location real quick.

He did provide proof of the Vet visit and 
medication for his dog, who appeared older 
and sick. The gentleman was advised to 
refrain from leaving his animal in a vehicle 
in the future.


Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20176733
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Harassment
861 E SIXTH ST

Report of phone harassment at the above 
address. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised that he is to have no contact with 
his sister or her daughter and that they 
continue to call and harass him. 

This officer did attempt to make contact with 
the sister but was unsuccessful. 

Complainant was advised that if they show 
up to contact this department.



Ptl. R.Miller




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lncident #: 20176734
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Harassment
590 N ELLSWORTH AVE


A male subject and his case worker came to 
the Police Dept to speak with an officer. The 
male advised the subject that lives below 
him continues to come over uninvited. 
When the subject arrives he keeps asking 
for beer, cigarettes, and prescription 
medication. The male advised he would like 
the incident documented for his landlord.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176735
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Shoplifter(s)
968 E STATE ST

Report of a possible shop lifter at the above 
address. Upon arrival, the employee 
advised that a male juvenile had attempted 
to take some tobacco and he was 
confronted by the employee. The juvenile 
did give the item back and left the store. 

Officers located the juvenile and he was 
advised not to return to the store and he 
understood.



Ptl. R.Miller



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lncident #: 20176736
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Theft
606 E EIGHTH ST


Complainant: THOMAS PAGE

Complainant advised that there is some 
issues with money transactions of one of 
his residents. Complainant advised that 
there are questions with some of the 
transactions that have been done by the 
residents power of attorney. 

He advised that he wanted the incident 
documented, that they are checking into the 
matter and that they just need to make a 
report at this time. 

Complainant was given the report number 
for their investigation.



Ptl. R.Miller




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Incident #: 20176737
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
157 W PERSHING ST 


Officers made contact with a male subject 
in the 100 block of W. Pershing St.. Once 
contact was made the male was placed into 
custody and transported to the Police Dept 
for booking. 

After the booking process Columbiana Co. 
Sheriff transported the male to county jail.



ARA:Donald E. Wiiliams
Address:812 Buckeye Ave
Alliance, OH 44601
Charge: Warrant- Assault


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Incident #: 20176738
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Theft 
2487 E STATE ST A


Complainant: JENNIFER SMITH

The complainant contacted this department 
to report that she was at two retail stores 
prior to the time of report.

She advised that her purse was stolen out 
of her vehicle when she was at one of the 
locations, but isn't positive which store. The 
complainant advised that she had credit 
cards, her driver's license, birth certificate, 
Huntington Bank card and other items in 
her purse when it was taken. 

She was advised to contact her bank and 
credit companies to have her accounts 
cancelled. She was further advised that 
should the cards be used, to contact this 
department so this officer could investigate 
the incident further.




Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20176739
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
185 E FIFTH ST 


Complainant: LINDA POWELL

Police responded to the 100 block of E. 5th 
St for Criminal Damaging. 

When officers arrived the complainant 
advised that her brother had pulled up 
tomato plates without her permission. The 
brother had already left before officers 
arrived. The complainant advised she just 
wanted officers to speak with her brother. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20176741
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
339 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: KAYLA GRUBB


The complainant responded to this 
department and advised that she and her 
ex-boyfriend broke up about a month ago. 
She advised that she told him she wants no 
contact from him. The complainant stated 
that he has been contacting her via 
facebook and also commenting on her 
posts. 

Officer recommended that the complainant 
block her ex on the social media sight. She 
was further advised to contact this 
department, should he come to her 
residence uninvited.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20176705
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
896 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JONATHAN BENNING


Officer responded to the 800 block of E. 
Third St, to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
broke his window to his residence. Officer 
took photos and provided the complainant 
with the report number.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176706
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
male subject made inappropriate comments 
about his wife over Face Book. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176709
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Civil Matter
223 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: ELIZABETH SCOTT

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Pershing St for a civil matter. The 
complainant advised she needed to recover 
property from the residence and needed an 
officer to stand by. The complainant was 
able to gather her property without any 
issues.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176710
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Assault
CENTENNIAL PARK 
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to Centennial Park for 
an assault between two male subjects. 
Officer spoke with the mother of one of the 
subjects involved who stated her son was 
assaulted while playing basketball. She 
stated that her son was already home and 
did not need any medical attention. 

Officers spoke with the other male subject 
involved who advised that no assault 
occurred The juvenile and his mother 
advised they did not wish to pursue any 
charges.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176711
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Ambulance Needed
218 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 

Officers responded to the 200 block of E 
Sixth St to assist fire department and KLG 
with a medical call. The ambulance 
company advised that the female subject 
was going to be transported and there was 
a young child that needed to watched. 

Officers contacted the neighbor who 
advised she was willing to watch the 
juvenile for the evening.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20176712
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
OVI Arrest
1761 E STATE ST


Officer on patrol observed a suspicious 
vehicle/person stop in the parking lot of a 
business in the 1700 block of E State St. 
and when contacting the driver found him to 
be intoxicated. The driver was placed in 
custody and transported on station for 
processing. The driver was charged and 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail 
to await his bond to be set by a judge. 
Officers cleared without incident.


Arrested: Michael L. Wade  of  925 E 5th St. 
Salem Oh
Charge: Felony OVI, DUS




Ptl. M. Garber 



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lncident #: 20176714
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Domestic In Progress
881 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JESSICA HAZEL


Officers responded to the 800 block of E 
Third St for a domestic in progress. The 
complainant advised her boyfriend was 
yelling at her and was intoxicated. The male 
subject advised it was only a verbal 
argument and that he wanted to go to bed. 
Both parties advised that they would stay 
separated for the evening without any 
further problems.




Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20176716
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST


Officer on routine patrol performed a 
random vehicle registration check on the 
accused vehicle. The status of the vehicle 
registration then subsequently came back 
as expired. 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle 
on W Pershing St near S Ellsworth Ave.

K9 Simon performed an open air sniff of the 
vehicle and did indicate the presence of 
narcotic odor coming from inside of the 
vehicle. Officers then performed a probable 
cause search of the vehicle where 
contraband was located. The driver of the 
vehicle was issued a traffic citation for 
Expired Registration (ORC 4503.1 1) and 
was also issued a minor misdemeanor 
citation for Possession of Marijuana (ORD 
513.03C2)

The driver of the vehicle was given a 
mandatory court date of 09/22/2017 at 0830 
hours at CCMC.


Cited: Cory A Little
Address: 620 W 7th St. Salem, Ohio, 44460
Charge(s): Expired Registration (ORC 
4503.11)
Possession of Marijuana (ORD 51 3.03C2)



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176718
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Check Well Being
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer on patrol observed an occupied 
vehicle sitting in the parking lot of a 
business for a extended period of time. 
Officer then made contact with the female 
subject to see if everything was okay. The 
female subject advised that she was fine 
and that she was just released for the 
hospital and was attempting to find a friends 
house to stay at for the evening. It was then 
found out that the female subject had a 
suspended drivers license.

She was advised that she could not drive 
from the business and someone with a valid 
operators license would have to come 
retrieve the vehicle.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176719
Date: Monday, September 18,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist OSP on a traffic stop. K9 Simon was 
deployed for an open air sniff and did 
indicate the presence of narcotic odor 
coming from the vehicle. 

Officer stoodby while OSP conducted their 
investigation. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl Garber



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Monday, September 18, 2017
06:48 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176700
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Speak To Officer
244 Park Ave.

While on patrol officer was flagged down in 
the 200 block of Park Ave. The complainant 
advised officer that someone set up a fake 
face book account and is making comments 
over face book from the account that are 
inappropriate. Officer advised the 
complainant of his options.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20176702
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Child Custody Dispute
943 W WILSON ST B


Complainant: JASON LITTLE


Officer spoke on station with the 
complaintant and a juvenile about a custody 
issue. Officer resolved the issue and both 
parents were explained thier options. 
Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20176703
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Recovered Property
201 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to recovered property. 

Upon arrival, officer recovered a black tool 
box that had reportedly fell out of the back 
of a truck. The tool box was transported to 
Salem PD for safekeeping until claimed by 
the owner.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20176704
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Criminal Mischief
180 W SIXTEENTH ST


Complainant: STEPHEN GUAPPONE

Complainant on station to report criminal 
mischief to his vehicle. The complainant 
stated that the last couple days his vehicle 
tires have had air taken out. The 
complainant wanted the incident 
documented. The vehicle was parked in the 
driveway.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20176701
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Animal Complaint
2875 E STATE ST 


Complainant: SHAWNA REYNOLDS


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to an animal 
complaint. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised he 
was concerned for two dogs that were in 
the back of a truck in a crate. Officers 
checked on the dogs and found they did 
have water and the crate was ventilated. 
Officers did make contact with the vehicle 
owner and advised him of the complaint. 
The owner was departing as officers were 
clearing.


Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20176695
Date: Sunday, September 17,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
530 S BROADWAY AVE


Officer on patrol in the 500 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. observed an intoxicated 
person run after someone in an aggressive 
manner. Officer located the subject banging 
and striking the window/door of a vehicle 
and screaming.

Officer ordered the subject to stop and 
placed her in custody without incident. The 
victim, car operator, declined to pursue any 
charges for criminal mischief /damaging. 

The intoxicated subject was placed under 
arrest for disorderly conduct, transported on 
station, processed and taken to the county 
jail on her charges. Officers cleared without 
incident.


Arrested: Brandie N. Poynter of LKA: 166 S. 
Union Ave. Salem Oh
Charge: Disorderly Conduct while 
intoxicated M4




Ptl. M. Garber 



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lncident #: 20176694
Date: Saturday, September 16, 2017
Fight
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NlGHT CLUB


Officers responded to the 500 block of S 
Broadway Ave in regards to a fight. Officers 
arrived on scene and located a large 
amount of people standing outside the 
business. 

Upon speaking to multiple witnesses it was 
found that the male subject walked into the 
business and attempted to purchase 
alcohol, the bartender at the business 
refused him service due to the fact that the 
male subject was under the age on twenty 
one. 

The male subject then began to act 
disorderly and a fight later took place. 

Neither parties wished to pursue charges. 
The male subject, who was twenty years of 
age, admitted to consuming alcohol and 
was subsequently placed under arrest for 
Underage Consumption and was then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.

Salem FD and EMT Ambulance responded 
to the scene where the male subject 
refused medical treatment.



Arrested: Jesse J Slocum
Address: 338 W 14th St, Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Underage Consumption (ORC 
4301.631 E)



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20176691
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Traffic Offense
E PERSHlNG ST / BUTCHER RD


Officer on routine patrol observed a vehicle 
commit a traffic offense at the intersection 
of Southeast Blvd and E Pershing St. 
Officer then initiated a traffic stop with the 
accused vehicle on E Pershing St near 
Butcher Rd. 

Upon speaking to the driver of the vehicle it 
was found that she did not have a valid 
operators license, the female subject then 
advised officers that she had thoughts of 
harming herself. 

Officers then had Salem FD First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance respond 
to the scene.

The female was issued a traffic citation for 
Disobeying Traffic Control Devices and 
Temporary Permit Violation No Valid Driver 
in Passenger Seat, and was given a 
mandatory court date of 09/22/2017 at 0830 
hours at CCMC.

Davidsons Towing responded to remove the 
vehicle from the roadway.

The female subject was transported to the 
Salem Regional Healthcare Center and was 
pink slipped.



Cited: Rebecca Mae Stone
Address: 1084 Arbor Rd Ne, Minerva, Ohio, 
44657
Charge(s): Disobey Traffic Control Devices 
(ORC 4511.12A)
Temporary Permit ViolationlNo Valid Driver 
in Passenger Seat (ORC 4507.05A2b)



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20176689
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Ambulance Needed
1448 E TENTH ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
Tenth St for an ambulance needed for an 
infant. The complainant advised the young 
juvenile got a hold of prescription 
medication and had taken several pills. The 
juvenile was transported to Salem Regional 
Medical Center by KLG. 

The parents were advised that children 
services would be advised of the incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20176683
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Theft
426 OHIO AVE 


Complainant:  JILL ENTRIKIN

Officer responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave. to take a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
took her daughters toy kitchen set and put it 
in an alley behind her residence. 

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176682
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Smoke Investigation
719 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: SFD

Officer and the fire department responded 
to the 700 block of NewGarden Ave for a 
smoke investigation. There was a large 
amount of smoke coming from the rear of 
the residence. 

The fire department advised the home 
owner to put the fire out due to the amount 
of smoke. Officer and FD stood by until the 
fire had been
extinguished.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Sunday, September 17, 2017
09:02 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176674
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Civil Matter
552 E EIGHTH ST

Complainant: ELISE RILEY,  LISBON, OH 
44432

Complainant and her husband advised that 
they found a house on craig's list and met 
with the landlord today to see it. They gave 
the landlord a check as a deposit and went 
home and discussed if they wanted to rent 
the home. They decided not to rent it and 
contacted the landlord who stated he had 
already cashed and deposited the money 
into his account. He refused to give them 
their money back per the complainant. 

They were advised to contact an attorney 
about the matter.

The landlord called dispatch who stated the 
complainant made threats to him to 
vandalize the home they looked at and 
wanted an extra watch by police.



Ptl. Banar




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Incident #: 20176679
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
975 W WILSON ST


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a juvenile problem. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised her 
juvenile will not listen to her. I spoke with 
the juvenile and informed the mother her 
option of pursuing unruly charges.



Sgt. K. Toy




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lncident #: 20176678
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
530 COLUMBIA ST 


Complainant: Brenda Carter,  
COLUMBIANA

Officer@) responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia for a reported property dispute. 

On arrival officer spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
she had spent the night at the residence 
and now her boyfriend would not return her 
property. Officers made contact at the door 
and the property in question was returned 
by the mans mother. 

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176677
Date: Saturday, September 16, 2017
Cim Endangering


Complainant: JASON HARSH


Officer responded to the 300 block of 
Woodland Ave. for a reported criminal 
damaging. Officer spoke with the 
complainant and found that someone had 
damaged his garden. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber




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lncident #: 20176669
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Harassment 
327 FAIR AVE 1/2 


Complainant: REX CURTIS

Officer(s) responded to the 1700 block of 
East State St to speak with the complainant 
about harassment. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
he is being harassed by a person known to 
him. Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176667
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Domestic In Progress
284 E FOURTH ST 2W


Police responded to the above address for 
a domestic in progress. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
individuals involved who advised that they 
had gotten into an argument over money. 
They advised nothing physical occurred just 
verbal 

The female half did leave to revolve the 
situation. 

Officers advised if anything further occurs to 
contact the police.



Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20176665
Date: Saturday, September 16, 2017
Theft
1007 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: ANDREA BADDELEY

Complainant on station to report a theft. 
The complainant advised that she was 
contacted by Leetonia PD and informed a 
known subject was in possession of a credit 
card that belonged to her. The complainant 
believes the theft may have occurred at the 
above stated location.

Investigation Pending



Sgt. K. Toy




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lncident #: 20176663
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Person Down
120 N LINCOLN AVE B


While sitting stationary on State St.,this 
officer was approached by a male who 
stated that there was a guy laying in the 
parking lot of Marco's Pizza. 

Officer went to the scene and saw a male 
laying against the northside curb apparently 
passed out. As other officers arrived, 
contact was made with the male. He stated 
that he was out drinking and had possibly 
left his home and ended up there. 

Due to his intoxication, an ambulance and 
First responders were contacted. Medical 
personal determined that the subject should 
be taken to the ER to be checked. KLG did 
transport the subject from the scene. 

Approx. 8 minutes later, KLG personnel 
contacted dispatch to say that the male 
subject had unbuckled himself and jumped 
out of the ambulance. 

He was last scene running north on 
Brooklyn Ave. 

Officers, along with Perry Twp officer, 
began searching for the subject,but were 
unable to locate him. 

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lncident #: 20176662
Date: Saturday, September 16,2017
Reckless Operator
654 E THlRD ST 1/2


Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
Third St in regards to a report of a reckless 
operator. The complainant advised that the 
male subject had been driving up and down 
an alley peeling their tires and driving at a 
high rate of speed. Officers arrived on 
scene and made contact with the male 
subject at a nearby residence. Officers 
advised that male subject of the complaint 
and advised him of the possible 
consequences if he continued his
actions.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176661
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
589 E THIRD ST 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. 

Upon arrival, officer were unable to locate 
the subject in question. While on scene a 
known female arrived in her vehicle. Officer 
made contact with a female, who appeared 
very nervous. 

The female did give verbal consent to 
search her vehicle and her personal 
property.

A search was conducted but nothing illegal 
was located.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176659
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Traffic Offense
E PERSHING 600 BLOCK


Officer on routine patrol observed a vehicle 
with one operating headlight. Officer then 
initiated a traffic stop with the said vehicle in 
the 600 block of E Pershing Ave. 

Upon speaking to the driver, Officer 
observed a strong scent of marijuana 
emanating from the vehicle. Officer then 
performed a probable cause search of the 
vehicle, upon searching the vehicle Officer 
located a pill bottle containing suspected 
marijuana inside of it. Other contraband 
was also located inside of the vehicle. 

The driver of the vehicle was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for possession of 
marijuana (ORD 513.03C2) and was given 
a mandatory court date of 09/21/2017 at 
0830 hours at CCMC. 

The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the equipment violation. Other charges are 
pending.



Cited: Josie M McKinley
Address: 7843 State Route 45, Lisbon, 
Ohio, 44432
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (ORD 
513.0362)



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20176656
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Recovered Property
500 BLOCK OF E FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the area of the above 
location for a recovered property report. 
Complainant advised that a subject left her 
jacket on the roof of her car. Officer was 
unable to locate the subject so the jacket 
was taken to this station and placed into 
lost and found.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176655
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Check Well Being
536 WALNUT ST

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Walnut St. to check the well being of a child. 
Officer was advised that the child was not 
currently at the residence. 

The child was brought to the PD later that 
evening. 

Officer and Children Services looked at the 
child, who appeared to be having an allergic 
reaction. The child was transported to 
Salem Regional Medical by his father.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176654
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Attempted Suicide 
547 WALNUT ST


Offers and FD responded to the 500 block 
of Walnut St. for a female who was have 
thoughts of suicide. 

The female subject voluntarily was 
transported to Salem Regional Medical by 
EMT.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176652
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Fight
961 W WILSON ST C


Officers and FD responded to the 900 block 
of W. Wilson St. for a report of a fight 
between two juveniles.

Officers spoke to both juveniles involved 
along with multiple witnesses. After 
investigation officers found that both 
juveniles were playing football and started 
wrestling. One of the juveniles ended up 
with a bloody nose. 

The parents of the juveniles signed a 
refusal of treatment and advised officers 
they would take their children to the hospital 
later if needed.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176646
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Speak To Officer 
649 PROSPECT ST


Complainant: JAMIE BANKS


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Deparment to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she moved 
and her old landlord took her mail. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Saturday, September 16, 2017
08:55 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176624
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
120 N LINCOLN AVE
FAMILY VIDEO STREET


Unit #1, CITED: Driver: Heather Welsh,  
Owner GARY WELSH 

Unit #2, Driver:Owner: Jessica 
Shellenberger


Unit #2 was westbound on E. State St and 
was stopped at the red light near N. Lincoln 
Ave.. Unit #1 was traveling westbound as 
well on E. State St, when it failed to stop 
striking Unit #2 from behind. Both operators 
advised they did not want medical attention. 
Both vehicles had minor damage and were 
able to be driven from the scene. The 
operator for Unit #1 was cited for Assured 
Clear Distance.


Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176643
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Person To Be Removed
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: SMITH OIL

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a report of a person to be 
removed from the property.

On arrival officers spoke with the persons in 
question as well as the stores manger. The 
manger stated that she did not want the 
person in the store or on the property due to 
his previous actions. 

Officers spoke with the person and he was 
advised of the situation. Officers also 
advised the man that he would be arrested 
for criminal trespass if he returned to the 
store. The man wanted to argue the point 
with officers and he was advised of the 
consequences should his actions continue. 
The man then left the property without 
incident. 

Officers advised the staff to call the station 
if the man returned then cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176646
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Speak To Officer
649 PROSPECT ST


Complainant: JAMIEJEAN BANKS

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Deparment to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she moved 
and her old landlord took her mail. The 
matter is under investigation.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176648
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Speak To Officer
185 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: LINDA POWELL

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she no 
longer wants her brother to come over to 
her house. The complainant was not able to 
provide an officer with her brothers phone 
number. 

Officer advised the complainant to tell her 
brother that she doesn't want him to come 
around anymore and if she has any further 
issues to call the PD.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176649
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Bad Checks
992 E STATE ST A


Complainant: RONALD JENNINGS

Complainant on station in reference to 
receiving bad checks from a known subject. 

The complainant was given a bad check 
packet to complete.



Sgt. K. Toy




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lncident #: 20176642
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Natural Gas Leak
620 S UNION AVE


Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 600 
block of South Union for a reported natural 
gas leak. 

On arrival officers stood by while the FD 
checked the residence. Columbia Gas was 
also notified and responded to the scene. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176647
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
500 BLOCK OF CONTINENTAL


Officer spoke with a tenant about a parked 
vehicle on the street for in excess of 48 hrs. 
Complainant advised dispatch that it had 
been there for many weeks. A black blazer 
was there and matched description. 


Banar901




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Incident #: 20176637
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Traffic Offense
W PERSHING ST / S HOWARD


Officer stopped a male subject riding a 
bicycle in 200 block of W. Pershing St. after 
officer observed the subject run through two 
stop signs without stopping and also did not 
have any lighted lights on his bicycle as 
required by law for riding a bicycle on the 
roadway at night. 

The male was identified and advised of the 
laws as well as given a verbal warning. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20176636
Date: Friday, September 15,2017
Loud PersIons
ROSE AVE / E THIRD ST 


Officers responded to the area of E Third St 
near Rose Ave for a report of loud persons. 
Officers did not locate any persons or 
disturbance in the street, but did locate a 
small group carrying on who were gathered 
on an balcony South of the 700 block of E 
Third St. The individuals went inside upon 
observing the police vehicle in the area. 

Officer was able to make contact at the 
apartment the balcony was attached to, 
however the occupants were reluctant to 
open the door. Officer did communicate with 
an individual through the door and 
requested that they make sure to keep the 
noise level down to prevent further 
complaints in the area. The individual on 
the other side of the door acknowledged 
understanding and assured the noise would 
be contained. 


Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176634
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
536 WALNUT ST 


Complainant: ANGEL LAKE

Officer responded to 536 Walnut St. to 
speak with female complainant, Angel Lake, 
in reference to telephone harassment. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised she and her 
boyfriend are having problems and that he 
has been sending her harassing texts and 
telling her that he is going to throw her 
things out on the porch and for her to come 
get him. The female reports she still resides 
at the residence with her boyfriend. 

She was explained on a prior call that she 
could go back to the residence anytime she 
wished and gather her belongings being 
that she still resides there. Officer advised 
the complainant to block her boyfriend's 
number for the evening. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20176633
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Possible Scam
707 CEDAR ST


Complainant: KIMBERLY MORRISON

Complainant reported receiving a letter in 
the mail from a Student Loan Division out of 
New York advising of eligibility for possible 
relief on student loan debt. The complainant 
advised that the letter appeared official and 
she did contact them by phone to inquire 
about the offer and procedure. Complainant 
provided personal information and 
subsequently learned that the offer was 
likely a scam. 

Officer documented the incident and 
advised the complainant to notify credit 
companies and seek further advice from the 
Social Security Administration regarding 
stolen identifying information. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176632
Date: Thursday, September 14, 2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
406 FRANKLIN ST 1/2


Complainant: TAMMY MARTIN

Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
Franklin Avenue for a dispute complaint. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that an 18 year 
old male moved in with her and her 
daughter recently. The complainant further 
stated that the males mother came to her 
house and stated her son had to come with 
her.

Officer spoke with the male subject who 
advised that he wanted to stay at the house 
and was not going with his mother. Officer 
spoke with the males mother who stated 
she wanted her son to come with her and 
she was advised that since he is an adult 
the police could not make him go with her. 
The mother was advised of her options on 
further dealing with the other issues she 
spoke with officers about.



Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20176631
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
536 WALNUT ST


Complainant: COURTNEY, HEATHER 431 
W 5TH ST SALEM, OH 44460 (330)277-
9511

Officers responded to 536 Walnut St. Apt.B 
for a domestic dispute report. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with several 
subjects, including a female who reported 
that her boyfriend struck her one time in the 
left side of the face causing her to fall to the 
ground. She also reports that while she was 
on the ground that her boyfriend kicked her 
in the stomach and again punched her. 

Officer did observe a very minor red mark 
on the left side of the female's neck and 
photographed it. The boyfriend of the 
female had departed the area prior to out 
arrival.

Officer advised the female and all witnesses 
on scene to respond to the police dept. 
when they have not been consuming 
alcohol to provide written statements. 

Officers cleared and did make contact with 
the boyfriend at his residence in the 700 
block of N. Ellsworth Ave. The boyfriend 
reported that his girlfriend struck him twice 
in the face and he did acknowledge to 
hitting her once but only after she struck 
him twice in the face and to get her away 
from the passenger side of the truck he was 
in trying to leave the residence. 

The boyfriend was also advised to respond 
to the police dept. to provide a statement 
when he has not been consuming alcohol.



Ptl. Smith



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lncident #: 20176630
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Intoxicated Driver
W PERSHlNG ST


Officer was flagged down in the back 
parking lot by a motorist advising of a 
possible intoxicated driver westbound on W. 
Pershing St. that almost struck him. Officer 
checked the area for the vehicle description 
that was given but was unable to locate.


Ptl. B Smith



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Incident #: 20176628
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Civil Mattar 
172 W SIXTEENTH ST

Police responded to the 100 block of W. 
16th St for a civil matter. The owner of the 
residence was moving items out of the 
property while the subject renting the 
property was still living at the residence. 

Both parties were advised of the options 
avalible due to the issuse being a civil 
matter. The property owner then left shortly 
after.

Police cleared without incident.


Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176627
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1056 E THIRD ST 


Officers arrested 30 year old female, 
Stephanie J. Hibbert at her residence of 
1056 E. Third St. on an active warrant out 
of the Columbiana County Sheriffs Dept. for 
child endangering. 

Ms. Hibbert was transported to the Salem 
Police Dept. for processing and later 
released to a Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Dept. Deputy and transported to the jail. 
Officers cleared.


Arrestee:
Stephanie J. Hibbert
1056 E. Third St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant - Child Endangering




Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176626
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
989 E THIRD ST 


Officers made contact with a male subject 
at his residence in the 900 block of E. Third 
Street who had an active arrest warrant out 
of the Columbiana County Sheriff 
Department. The subject was advised of the 
warrant and once the warrant was 
confirmed the subject was placed in 
custody. The subject was transported back 
to the police department where he was 
booked and released to a Columbiana 
County Sheriff Deputy.


Arrested: Bruce A. Weaver 989 E. Third 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460
Warrant - Gross Sexual Imposition




Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20176625
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
230 CONTINENTAL DR 3


Complainant: SHERRI KELLEY

Officer met with a female complainant at the 
police department who advised that while 
her vehicle was parked at her place of 
employment in the 200 block of Continental 
Drive, it was damaged. The complainant 
stated that the rear passenger side door 
handle was broken and when her grandson 
went to enter the vehicle it fell off.

Photographs were obtained and a report 
number was provided.


Ptl. C. Crider




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Friday, September 15, 2017
08:36 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176561
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
500 E FOURTH ST 

ARA CROWL, MATTHEW J 36048 STATE 
ROUTE 30 LISBON, OH 44432 9416 
(330)222-5000


On the above stated time and date I was 
checking on a complaint of suspicious 
activity at the above location.

Upon arrival I located two subjects who 
were known to me exiting the apartment 
building. This officer spoke with them about 
recent reported activity at the apartment 
and advised them to vacate the area as 
they did not reside there. 

Upon making contact with the resident at 
Apartment 211 we located a male subject 
who was there visiting who had a active 
warrant for his arrest. 

Officers took Matthew Crowl into custody 
for a outstanding warrant out of Columbiana 
County Sheriff's office.



Sgt. John Scheets




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Incident #: 201 76609
Date:Wednesday, September 13,2017
Accident Private Property
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST

Unit #1  Owner: Suburban Maintenance & 
Construction

Unit #2 Driver: Owner: RAYMOND 
BURGER 


Private Property Accident

Police responded to a two vehicle private 
property accident in the Broadway Plaza on 
W. 2nd St.. Unit #1 was pulling out of a 
parking space when hit struck the front 
driver side bumper/fender of Unit #2 
(parked). Unit #1 struck Unit #2 with the 
rear passenger side tires. Unit #2 sustained 
damage to the front of the vehicle. Both 
vehicles were able to drive away from the 
scene.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176615
Date: Thursday, September 14, 2017
Dog At Large
330 ROSE AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a dog at large, while in route to 
the location the dog retrieved by the owner 
and put back in the residence. 

Officers spoke with the owner and advised 
them of letting the dog roam the streets 
next time they could be issued a citation. 
The owner said this will never happen 
again.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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lncident #: 20176616
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Civil Matter
346 W WILSON ST


Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

Officers responded to the above location to 
stand by while a three day notice was given 
to the tenant from the landlord. the tenant 
accepted the notice without incident.



Ptl. R. Miller



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Incident #: 20176619
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
1400 BLOCK OF FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the 1400 block of 
Franklin Ave for a disabled vehicle. The 
vehicle broke in the front end and was 
unable to be pushed off of the road way. 

Sinsleys arrived and removed the vehicle 
form the road way.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176621
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Assist Other Agency 
565 FRANKLIN AVE 


Police assisted another agency to attempt 
to make contact with a female with a 
warrant. 

When officers arrived contact was made 
with the female. The other agency took that 
female into custody then transported her. 
Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176622
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Accident Private Property
2299 E STATE ST
BOB EVANS RESTAURANT

Unit#2 Driver: ZIMMERMAN, BONNIE 
Owner: STANLEY ZIMMERMAN ,  
HANOVERTON, OH

Unit#l Driver:Owner: CANDY WlLEY , 
ALLIANCE, OH 


PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit#l advised that she was 
parked in the parking lot and when she 
came out of work her vehicle was bumped 
up to the rear of Unit#2. The driver of 
Unit#2 advised that she was parked in the 
parking lot when she came out of work her 
vehicle was bumped into the front of Unit#l. 

Neither driver was in the vehicle at the time 
of the incident and Unit#2 had minor 
damage to her rear bumper.




Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20176623
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Suspicious Person 
100 BLOCK OF OHIO AVE 


Officers responded to the 100 block of Ohio 
Ave. for a report of two suspicious male 
subjects in the alley behind the Salem Car 
Wash. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with two 
male subject. They were both identified and 
in a known drug area. Both subjects 
consented to a search of their person. 
During a search of the wallet of one of the 
male subjects, officer located a small clear 
plastic baggie with a white powdery 
substance in it. 

The substance was seized and will be sent 
to BCI&I for lab testing. 

The subjects were released and sent on 
their way. Charges are pending once lab 
testing and results are known.




Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176612
Date: Thursday, September 14,2017
Suspicious Person
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers responded to the parking lot of 
Circle K East located at 1125 E. State St. 
for a report of a suspicious female subject. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
female whom appeared to be under the 
influence of alcohol and or narcotic. The 
female was identified. 

The Salem Fire Dept. and EMT ambulance 
was ultimately notified to respond to 
evaluate the female. EMT transported the 
female to Salem Regional Medical Center 
for treatment



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176607
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Domestic In Progress
584 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to 584 E. Sixth St. for a 
report of a female yelling and also the 
complainant reported the sound of glass 
breaking. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with a 
female subject at the back of the residence 
who was sweeping up glass. She advised 
that her husband had smashed the 
windows due to him being under stress 
lately. The female reported no domestic 
related issues between them. Contact was 
made with the female's husband who did 
admit to breaking the glass to his home. 

Officer did observe visible injury to the right 
hand of the male but he refused medical 
treatment. They were advised to keep the 
noise down and officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176606
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Accidental Damage
JENNINGS AVE / W SECOND ST


Complainant: RODNEY STOKES

Officers responded to W Second St and 
spoke with a vehicle operator who advised 
that he had struck a water cap in the 
roadway on Jennings Ave near W Second 
St. 

The complainants vehicle sustained a flat 
tire. 

The vehicle was off of the roadway and a 
tow truck was contacted to respond and 
assist the individual in repairing the tire. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176605
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
743 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: COLE WEBBER

Officer was dispatched to the 700 block of 
E. Sixth Street for a report of vehicle 
trespass. Officer responded and spoke with 
the complainant who advised that sometime 
over night both of his vehicles were 
entered, but nothing appeared to be 
missing. No Damage was reported. 

Officer advised a report would be 
completed and an extra watch in the 
neighborhood.




Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20176601
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Reckless Operator 
MAPLE 1400 BLOCK D


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Maple St. and Mound St. for a report of a 
reckless operator. It was also reported that 
the occupants were wearing clown masks. 

Upon arrival, officers located a vehicle 
parked in Centennial Park off of Maple St. 
matching the description. Occupants were 
also found to he in possession of clown 
masks. 

The owner/operator of the vehicle was 
identified and advised of the complaint 
relating to his driving and advised to cease 
his actions. Officers cleared.




Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176599
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

ARA CZECH, WENDY J 370 N LUNDY 
AVE SALEM, OH 44460 

Officer was dispatched to 2875 E. State 
Street, WalMart, for a shoplifting complaint. 
Officer responded and made contact with 
the complainant, loss prevention agent, who 
advised that she observed a female subject 
placing lower price tags on higher priced 
clothing. The female then paid $37.15 for 
the clothing, but the amount should have 
been $127.06 more than the amount paid. 
The female then passed all points of sale 
with out
rendering proper payment. 

Officer made contact with the female 
subject who admitted to changing the 
prices.

The female subject was subsequently 
arrested for theft. The female was 
transported back to the police department 
where she was booked and transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail. All property 
was returned to the store.



Arrested: Wendy J. Czech 370 N. Lundy 
Ave. Salem, Ohio 44460 
Theft M1




Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20176598
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Assist Perry Police
2122 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Police responded to the 2100 block of 
Southeast Blvd to assist an other agency 
serving papers in the jurisdiction The 
papers were served and officers cleared 
without any incident.



Ptl Osberg




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Thursday, September 14, 2017
10:48 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176593
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Theft
388 E EIGHTH ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: BRIAN HENDERSON

A male subject came to the Police Dept. for 
a theft report. The complainant advised 
officers that during the night his debit card 
and some change was taken from him 
vehicle. The complainant advised that he 
cancelled his card but the bank statement 
shows a pending use. 

Police took a copy of the complainants bank 
statement for further investigation.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176594
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST

Report of a drive off at the above address. 
Upon arrival, the employee advised that a 
male subject in a Blue Ford car had 
pumped $26.18 worth of gas and left 
without paying. 

This officer checked the area and was 
unable to locate the vehicle.



Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20176595
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Unknown Problem
1765 WHINNERY RD

Complainant: MISTY CASSIDY

Report of a unknown object found in the 
back yard of the above residence. 

Upon arrival, pictures of the item were 
taken and the item was brought back to this 
department for an investigation.



Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20176555
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Intoxicated Person
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Police responded to WaCMart for a possible 
intoxicated person. 

Upon police arrival, officer was greeted by 
WalMart employees and the subject 
believed to be intoxicated. After speaking 
with the subject it was advised that he was 
at the store to get tires fixed on his vehicle 
with his father, daughter, and grand 
daughter. And sometime while they were at 
the store they became separated. The 
subject was confused stating he could not 
find his daughter or grand daughter. 

Officers was able to locate the subjects 
father in the automotive part of the store 
and explained to him what was going on. 
The father spoke with his son in police 
presence and explained to him that it was 
just the two of them at the store and that the 
subjects daughter and grand daughter were 
at home.

Further investigation led to officers believing 
the subject was having a medication issue. 
The subject's father assured officers that 
the medication issue would be discussed 
with medical personnel. The subject was 
released to his father and police cleared.




Ptl Z Sanford



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lncident #: 20176558
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer had noticed a vehicle parked at 
Smith Oil for an extended time with an adult 
driver behind the wheel.

Officers made contact with the male who 
was found to be alert and conscious but 
some what nervous. He did give voluntary 
consent to search the car. Driver had 
advised there was nothing illegal or 
contraband in the car.

Upon searching, the odor of marijuana was 
detected along with a small piece of older 
marijuana. A minor misdemeanor was 
served to him prior to departure with the 
court options explained to him.


cited: Roger L. Carl 
325 W Pershing St.
Salem, OH 44460
arrest for MM possession of drugs 
(marijuana) 17-1097



Ptl Banar




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Incident #: 20176559
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
664 S UNION AVE


Complainant: GEORGE SURMACEVIZ

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
took several items out of his basement 
when he wasn't home. The matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176560
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
W PERSHING ST / S HOWARD 

ARA SOLDO, MATHEW PATRICK 278 
HILLTOP DR LISBON, OH 44432

While on patrol, officer observed a subject 
that was known to have an active warrant 
out of Columbiana County.

Officer made contact and the warrant was 
confirmed. Searching incident to arrest led 
officers locating a drug abuse instrument. 
The subject was processed and then 
released to CCSO.


Arrested: Matthew P. Saldo, 278 Hilltop Dr. 
Lisbon, OH 44432
Warrant and Possession of drug abuse 
instruments



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20176561
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
500 E FOURTH ST

ARA CROWL, MATTHEW J 36048 STATE 
ROUTE 30 LISBON, OH 44432 


(9/12/2017 14:43:00 By: 169) S5 ADV ONE 
ADULT MALE IN CUSTODY

(9/12/12017 14:54:33 By: 169) 901 ADV 
ENRT 49 W ONE ADULT MALE IN 
CUSTODY 9328.1


SGT SCHEETS




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lncident #: 20176562
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Assist Other Agency
291 N MADISON AVE


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
North Madison to assist a worker from 
Children's Service with a investigation. On 
arrival officers stood by in the area while the 
worker spoke with the person in question. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176564
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Speak To Officer
698 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: Daniel Reno

Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin Ave. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that his ex 
called him regarding an investigation that is 
currently going on between her and their 
child. 

Officer advised the complainant to try to 
avoid any contact with his ex until the 
investigation is over.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176570
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Theft 
507 AETNA ST


Complainant: JAMIE MARTIN


Officer responded to the 500 block of Aetna 
for a report of a theft. Officer arrived and 
spoke to the complainant who advised that 
a female did steal children's toys from her 
yard. The incident was captured on video 
and the complainant stated that she did not 
wish to press charges as long as the 
property was returned. 

Officer did speak to the suspect and 
advised her to return all of the items in a 
timely manner or that charges for theft 
would be filed.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176574
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Intoxicated Driver
N LUNDY AVE / E STATE ST


ARA MAHON, NANCY L 27074 BROOK 
FOREST RD PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950

Officer initiated a traffic stop on N Lundy 
Ave near E State St with a gold Jeep for a 
traffic control violation. The driver was 
found to be impaired and was administered 
field sobriety. The driver admitted to having 
marijuana inside the vehicle. 

K9 Simon was deployed and indicated to 
the presence of a narcotic odor. The driver 
was placed into custody for OVI and the 
vehicle was searched and an open 
container, marijuana paraphernalia, and 
marijuana was located inside the vehicle. 

The driver was transported to the Salem 
Police Station and the vehicle was towed 
from the scene by AAA. 

The driver was processed and then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Nancy L. Mahon
DOB: 1953
Address: 27074 Brook Forest Rd, Punta 
Gorda, FL 33950
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19Al a and 
4511.19Ald and Disobey Traffic Control 
Device 4511 .12 A and Possession of 
Marijuana Paraphernalia




Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176575
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
434 W STATE ST 


Complainant: DEBRA MCMILLEN


Officer responded to the 400 block of W. 
State St. for a report of an unruly juvenile. 
The complainant advised officer that her 
grandson was not listening to her. Officer 
spoke with the child and advised him that 
he needed to listen to his grandmother. 
Officer advised the complainant of options 
she can take if the child continues to be 
unruly.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20176576
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
594 E THIRD ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

ARA SOUERS, MICHAEL PAUL 285 W 
Pershing St SALEM, OH 44460

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Third St for a report of a dispute amongst 
neighbors. 

Officers arrived and spoke with all subjects 
involved who all had different accounts of 
what occurred. Officers did gather 
information but no one wished to pursue 
charges. While on scene one of the males 
was found to have an active warrant from 
the Adult Parole Authority. The warrant was 
confirmed and the male was taken into 
custody. 

The male was transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Michael P. Souers
Address: 285 W Pershing St Salem, OH 
44460 (LKA)
Charge: Warrant - Parole Violation



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20176577
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
285 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ASHLEY HOUSE

Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
Pershing St for a verbal dispute. The 
complainant advised her boyfriend started 
arguing with her when she arrived home 
and he was highly intoxicated. The male 
subject had grabbed the complainant and 
then fled on foot when she called 911. 

Officers checked the area but was unable to 
locate the male subject. The complainant 
advised she did not wish to pursue charges 
but did not want the male subject to return 
to the residence. 

The complainant was advised that the male 
subject had an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County and that she could face 
charges if he was located at the residence 
in the future for harboring.




Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176582
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
872 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: KALEY BRANDLE

Officer responded to 872 E. 6th St. for a 
report of a vehicle entered overnight. The 
complainant advised that someone entered 
her boyfriends truck and went through it. 
She stated that $38.00 was stolen along 
with a pack of cigarettes. The complainant 
advised that the vehicle was unlocked at 
the time of incident.




Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20176583
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Suspicious Person
496 E EUCLID ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Report of suspicious subjects (two males, 
female) in the above area and possibly 
breaking into cars. While officers were 
checking the area a neighbor in the area 
advised that the subjects we where looking 
for ran into 965 S.Lundy Ave. 

Officers spoke with the resident, he brought 
out the three subjects and the female 
subject had a warrant out Columbiana 
County. All subjects were identified the 
female subject was taken into custody.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176584
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
1)030 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: KAITLYN POTESTA

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of multiple vehicle break-ins. 
Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated sometime overnight their two 
vehicles were ransacked and multiple items 
were taken, one vehicle was unlocked and 
the other was locked.




Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176585
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
496 E EUCLID ST


ARA LODGE, DEANNA M 965 S. Lundy 
SALEM, OH 44460

While investigating report #20176583 
officers spoke with a female subject at 965 
S.Lundy Ave. and found that she had an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County for 
her arrest. The female subject was taken 
into custody, transported to this department 
where she was processed and released to 
the C.C.S.O.


Arrested: Deanna Lodge (Warrant F.T.A 
Resisting) D.O.B. 1977
965 S.Lundy, Salem Oh. 44460



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20176587
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
267 HAWLEY AVE

Complainant: MICHELLE THORNTON

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damaging to a motor 
vehicle. 

Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated sometime overnight a unknown 
subjects slashed both their driver side front 
and back tires on their vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wikner




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lncident #: 20176589
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Theft
1262 S LINCOLN AVE A

Complainant: ELLA VAUGHN

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a theft. The complainant advised 
that she had a package shipped to her 
address containing her medical supplies. 
She advised that someone must of taken it 
off the porch because she has not received 
it. 

While at the complainants residence, she 
received a follow up call from the company 
and it was found that the item has not been 
shipped yet.


Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20176590
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Speak To Officer


Complainant: LINDA MELLISH

The complainant responded to this 
department with a letter she received in the 
mail. The letter was concerning to the 
complainant because it was addressed to 
her and her husband and contained a 
graphic photo. She is not familiar with the 
name on the return address. The letter was 
taken as evidence.


Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176586
Date:Wednesday, September 13,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
855 W STATE ST
DUNKIN DONUTS (WEST)


UNIT #2 DRIVER TONYA M. BRYANT 
Owner RONALD BRYANT 

UNIT#1 DRIVER: Owner:  JOSHUA P. 
DAVIS  

Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle private property accident. 
Unit# 1 was stopped in the parking lot and 
attempting to turn eastbound Unit# 2 was 
stopped in the parking lot attempting to turn 
westbound.

Both Units turned at the same time in the 
parking lot and struck each other, both 
drivers said they didn't see the other unit 
until both units hit each other. 

Officers were unable to prove which unit 
was at fault.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20176591
Date:Wednesday, September 13,2017
Accident Private Property
GIANT EAGLE PARKING LOT

UNIT# 1 DRIVER: ALEXANDER BRANT - 
Owner: DEREK BRANT 

UNIT#2 DRIVER: Owner: JULIE 
GRANQUIST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle private property accident. The 
driver of Unit #1 was stopped in the parking 
lot, Unit# 2 was traveling eastbound on the 
parking lot when Unit#l attempted to pull 
into the roadway and didn't see Unit#2 and 
struck the back passenger door of Unit#2 

Both vehicles were driven from the scene.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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Incident #: 201 76592
Date: Wednesday, September 13,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
2229 E STATE ST
RITE AID PHARMACY PARKING LOT


Unit # 2 2018 CHEV SW TAN Owner MEEK 
MARLENE M

Two Vehicle Hit Skip Accident. Private 
Property. 

Unit # 2 was parked facing southbound in 
the parking lot at the above location. Unit # 
1 reportedly backed up his tan truck and 
struck the front bumper area of Unit # 2. 

The driver of Unit # 1 reportedly got out of 
his truck and looked at Unit # 2 and then 
departed the area. 

Officers checked for the vehicle with a 
partial plate number given by a witness, but 
it was not located.



Sgt. D. Green



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Wednesday, September 13, 2017
08:43 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176570
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Theft
507 AETNA ST

Complainant: JAMIE MARTIN

Officer responded to the 500 block of Aetna 
for a report of a theft. Officer arrived and 
spoke to the complainant who advised that 
a female did steal children's toys from her 
yard. The incident was captured on video 
and the complainant stated that she did not 
wish to press charges as long as the 
property was returned. 

Officer did speak to the suspect and 
advised her to return all of the items in a 
timely manner or that charges for theft 
would be filed.




Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20176569
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Soliciting
215 E EIGHTH ST


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the 200 block of East 
8th St for a report of persons soliciting. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant state that a 
person had been at her residence using 
high pressure sales tactics in a attempt to 
make her sign up for a energy program. 
Officer's advised the complainant that they 
had already spoke with the person in 
question about the situation. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20176568
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Solicitor(s)
N ELLSWORTH AVE / W EIGHT ST


While on patrol officers observed persons 
soliciting in the 200 block of West 8th St. 
Officers made contact with the persons and 
they were advised to cease their actions 
until they received the proper paperwork 
from the city.

Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20176567
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Speak To Officer
762 E FOURTH ST 1/2

Complainant: KENDRA KLINE

Officer spoke to several subjects at the 
police department regarding an issue with 
custody. The complainant advised that her 
18 year old son moved out of the house but 
it still in high school. All subjects involved 
were advised of their options for dealing 
with the situation.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176566
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Solicitor(s)
N ELLS WORTH AVE / E EIGHT ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer(s) responded to the 800 block of 
North Ellsworth for a report of persons 
soliciting. 

On arrival officer's located two persons in 
the area that matched the description given. 
Officers spoke with both persons and they 
were advised to cease there actions until 
the get the proper permit from the city.




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176565
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Civil Matter

Complainant: GLORIA GOCHER

Officer did speak with a complainant at the 
police station regarding a possible civil 
matter. The complainant advised that a 
tenant of the residence recently was not 
home for a few days and broke a window 
upon returning to the residence. 

The complainant was advised that the 
matter was likely civil in nature but would be 
investigated further.




Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20176525
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Vandalism / Desecration
250 S UNION AVE


Complainant: Diane Scott

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
South Union for a report of criminal 
damage. 

On arrival officers spoke to the complainant. 
The complainant stated that someone 
unknown to her had taken parts from one of 
her outside decorations. Officers advised 
the complainant of the options for dealing 
with the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176526
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
718 FRANKLIN AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 1000 block of 
Maple for a report of a vehicle parked 
illegally. 

On arrival officers made contact with a 
person at the residence who stated they 
would take care of the problem. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176527
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Vehicle B8E / Trespass
575 HIGHLAND AVE


Complainant: KEVIN JAMISON

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
Highland for a reported theft from a vehicle. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to him had entered his 
vehicle and taken a unknown amount of 
change. 

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176528
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
1015 E STATE ST 

Police responded to the above location for a 
parking complainat. It was advised that a 
white Chevy Silverado was parked on the 
sidewalk. 

Upon officer arrival officer did observe the 
violation and did make contact with the 
driver of the vehicle. The problem was 
fixed.




Ptl Z Sanford




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lncident #: 20176531
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
DOG
1155 E. Third


Officer checked a small dog running at 
large in the area of E. Third and Hawley 
Ave. 

Upon arrival the caller pointed out the dog 
which was running about the sidewalks, 
streets and yards. It did have a collar and 
what appeared to be a dog tag but it did not 
want to be caught. 

A passerby stopped and thought it belonged 
to a Shawna Reynolds. Officer checked 
there on Cleveland St, and verified it was 
her dog. A warning for dog at large was 
given to Reynolds who was advised of the 
city ordinance. She was going to send her 
boys to find the dog and return it home.


Ptl Banar



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Incident #: 20176532
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Civil Matter
158 W FlFTH ST


Officer responded to the 100 block of West 
5th St for a reported dispute. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. It was determined to be a civil 
issue between the landlord and a former 
tenant over property.

The employee for the landlord was able to 
provide the proper paperwork from the 
courts to show that the tenant had been 
legally evicted from the property. Officers 
advised the former tenant that he would be 
arrested for trespass if he returned to the 
property in question. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176533
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Person To Be Removed
412 W WILSON ST

Complainant: CHARLES RISHEL

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a person to be 
removed. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised a 
known subject was refusing to leave. 
Officers spoke with the subject and he 
stated he would depart the area. Officers 
briefly stood by while he gathered some 
personal belongings and cleared without 
incident.



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20176534
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Littering / Dumping
2424 E STATE ST


Officer responded to the old Farmers bank 
for a complaint that workers were blowing 
leaves and trash into residential yards. 
Officer spoke to the workers and had them 
clean up the mess.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176537
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
184 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Second St for a report of suspicious 
persons/vehicle. Officers did locate the 
vehicle behind a residence in the 100 block 
of Jennings Ave. Officers did make contact 
with a resident at the location who denied 
knowing anything about the males. The 
males were later found to be in the 
residence in question. 

The males did not obey commands given 
and all three males were taken into custody 
for Obstruction.

The Columbiana County Drug Task force 
was contacted and did obtain a search 
warrant for the residence. The warrant was 
executed at a later time and another male 
was located inside the home. That male 
was also taken into custody for Obstruction. 

All males were taken to the Columbiana 
County Jail. One subject while in custody 
did harass and taunt the K9 and was also 
charged for Harassing a police dog.


Arrested: Bradley J Reeder
Address: 184 Jennings Ave Apt. 3 Salem, 
OH 44460
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business


Arrested: Chandor Pettress
Address: 325 E Boston Ave Youngstown, 
OH 44507
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business
Harassing a Police Dog


Arrested: Keewon Taylor
Address: 656 N Hazelwood Ave 
Youngstown, OH 44509
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business


Arrested: Reginald Jones Jr.
Address: 51 3 Kenmore Ave Youngstown, 
OH 44511
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20176539
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Accidental Damage
2495 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Officer responded to the 2400 block of E 
State St for accidental damage to a motor 
vehicle. The vehicle was legally parked 
inside the parking lot and a female subject 
swiped a shopping cart along the front end 
of the vehicle. 

Officer took pictures of the damage done to 
the vehicle. The female subject advised she 
was not paying attention and did not realize 
she had damaged the vehicle until after she 
struck it. Information was gathered from 
both parties and advised that to contact 
their insurance companies about the 
incident.


Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176540
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment 
211 W SEVENTH ST


Complainant: FRANK KASTANEK


Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Seventh St for a telecommunications 
harassment report. The complainant 
advised that the male subject was making 
threatening remarks through phone calls 
and videos. The complainant advised she 
had previously made a police report 
regarding the same matter several weeks 
ago. The complainant stated she had 
deleted all the messages from the subject 
and was advised to keep any messages 
she may receive in the future. She was also 
advised to make a statement about the 
incident and the incident would be reviewed 
by the prosecutor for pending charges.




Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176541
Date: Monday, September 11 , 2017
Neighbor Dispute
1360 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: SONNET HOLENCHICK


Officer responded to the 1300 block of E 
Pershing St for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised that she has a shared 
driveway with her neighbor and the 
neighbor was placing wood barricades in 
the middle of the driveway. 

Officer spoke with the neighbor who stated 
they were in the process of getting a 
property survey done in order to establish 
the property lines. 

The neighbor was advised to not put the 
barricades up until the survey is complete 
and they know where the property line lies.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20176542
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Assault
CENTENNIAL PARK B
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: CHRISTINE LITTLE


Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of an assault. The 
complainant advised her son was jumped at 
Centennial Park by several subjects and 
had several marks on his neck. 

First responders were called to the police 
department and the complainant advised 
she would transport her son to Salem 
Regional Medical Center. 

Officers responded to Centennial Park to 
speak with the other subjects involved. The 
female stated that she was physically 
assaulted by the male subject and she was 
also pregnant. 

First responders were called to the scene 
due to the female having lower abdominal 
pain. The two male suspects advised that 
the male subject was saying derogatory 
comments and he had started the fight. One 
male suspect also advised the juvenile had 
broke his cell phone by throwing it.

Several witnesses and all subjects involved 
gave voluntary written statements about the 
incident. 

Pictures were taken of the injuries and the 
female subject was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center by Damascus 
EMT. 

The incident is being sent to the prosecutor 
for further review on possible charges.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20176543
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Ambulance Needed 
500 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: SFD


Officer and FD responded to the Smith 
Center Apartments for a report of a male 
subject who fell through his screen door. 
The male subject was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical.




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lncident #: 20176544
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Fraud
861 E SIXTH ST


Complainant:  TERESA KOKES

Officer responded to the 800 block of E. 
Sixth St. to take a report of fraud. Officer 
spoke to the complainant who advised 
officer that while he was in the hospital a 
known male subject ordered something off 
his eBay account.

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176545
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Loud Persons
263 VINE AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave in regards to a loud persons complaint. 
Officer made contact with the female 
subject involved and advised her of the 
complaint. She advised that she would keep 
the noise to a minimum for the evening.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20176548
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Loud persons
1269 CEDAR RIDGE DR


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr. for a noise complaint. 
Officers were able to make contact with the 
subjects at the residence where the loud 
music was coming from and advise them of 
the complaint and to turn the music down.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176549
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Civil Matter 
861 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: WILLIAM HIVELY


Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Slxth St in regards to a civil matter. The 
male complainant advised that his step son 
had taken his vape pen. Officer advised the 
male complainant that this was a civil issue.

The male complainant also advised that he 
had $546.99 dollars taken from his pay pal 
account, the complainant had already made 
a report with another Officer involving this 
incident. 

The complainant was given a report number 
for the credit card company.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176550
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
1125 E STATE ST 


Complainant: MICHAEL CRITTENDEN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a suspicious persons report. While enroute 
the complainant called back and advised 
the subject left on foot. The subject in 
question was located in the 100 block of 
Ohio at his residence. 

The subject appeared to be intoxicated and 
advised not to leave his residence for the 
remainder of the evening or he may face 
criminal charges.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20176551
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Assist Other Agency
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL

Complainant: SRMC, STEVE

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center to assist with an intoxicated 
subject. The nurses advised the male 
subject had left the hospital and had not yet 
been discharged. They advised the male 
subject needed to find a ride home before 
he would be released due to his intoxication 
level. 

The male subject was advised to stay inside 
the hospital until he was discharged by 
hospital staff and given a verbal warning for 
disorderly conduct.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176552
Date: Monday, September 11,2017
Intoxicated Person
1995 E STATE ST A

Complainant: SRMC, STEVE

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for an intoxicated disorderly 
male. The male subject was walking out of 
the hospital and causing a nuisance to the 
hospital staff. The male subject had already 
been given a previous warning and was 
refusing any further treatment, see report 
20176551. 

The male subject was taken into custody for 
disorderly conduct persisting and 
transported to Salem Police Department. 
The male subject was processed and 
booked then transported to Columbiana 
County Jail.


Arrested: Shawn Cassinger
Address: 500 E Fourth St, Apt. 201, Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct ORC 2911.11 
(B)(2)



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20176553
Date: Tuesday, September 12,2017
Audible Alarm 
667 NEWGARDEN AVE

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Newgarden Ave in regards to an audible 
alarm. Officers arrived on scene and did 
locate an open door to the business. 
Officers then checked the interior of the 
building, the interior of the building was 
found to be empty and secured. A key 
holder was contacted and did respond to 
the business.

K9 Simon was used while performing the 
search of the interior of the building.


Ptl C Walla



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Tuesday, September 12, 2017
09:06 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176439
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1135 E STATE ST

Complainant: JONNA DUNN 

Unit 1 Honda CRV
driver: ACDA: Lesley Groubert
owner: Brian Groubert



Unit 2 Ford Escape 
driver: Joanna Dunn 
Owner: ARI Fleet LT 


Unit 3 Dodge Stratus towed:
driver:cited: Corey Ozenghar 
owner: same as driver


All three units stopped on E State St. in 
front of 11 35 for stopped traffic in the 
eastbound lane. Unit 3 driver approached 
from the rear and accidentally struck unit 2 
which pushed unit 2 into unit 1. No injuries, 
driver of #3 cited ACDA.



Ptl. Banar901




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Incident #: 20176510
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Check Well Being 
1318 E STATE ST


Officer responded to 1318 E. State St. for a 
juvenile appearing to be locked out of an 
apartment. The complainant was concerned 
due to his young age. 

Contact was made at the apartment and 
with a parent. She advised that her son 
went out to get the mail and the door locked 
behind him. She didn't hear him trying to get 
back in, but he had already made it inside 
prior to officers arriving.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20176512
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit#l Driver: AMANDA RAYMOND, Owner 
LOUIS RAYMOND 

Unit#2 -  Owner:Driver: Miguel Hernanadez 


TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 

The driver of Unit#l was traveling 
southbound on N. Lincoln Ave. and had 
stopped at the intersection of E. 3rd St.

Unit # 1 failed to yield before entering the 
intersection when she struck the left front 
side of Unit#2. Unit #2 was traveling 
eastbound on E. 3RD.St. and had stopped 
at the above intersection and then proceed 
to go through the intersection when Unit#l 
struck his vehicle. 

Minor damage was observed to Unit # 1 
and disabling damage done to Unit#2. The 
driver of Unit#l was cited with F.T.Y. Stop 
Sign .  Unit#2 was cited with No O.L.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176515
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017


Complainant: JENNIFER SMITH

Complainant contacted this department to 
report concerns for a family member that 
recently left the above noted location. The 
individual was reportedly under the 
influence of alcohol and made statements 
to family of wanting to harm himself. 
Officers checked the area and later located 
the individual walking on Franklin Ave. near 
S. Ellsworth Ave. 

Due to his current condition and statements 
he reportedly made to family members, the 
first responders and KLG were requested at 
the scene. 

Officers explained to the individual in detail 
why it was necessary for him to seek 
medical treatment, which he reluctantly 
decided that he would be transported by 
KLG to the Salem Regional Medical Center.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20176516
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Child Unattended In MV
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Officer responded to the an apartment 
complex parking lot in the 1200 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a report of an infant left 
unattended in a parked vehicle. The vehicle 
had departed the area prior to officer 
arriving. 

A witness provided a license plate number 
and advised that someone had returned to 
the vehicle to be with the infant prior to the 
vehicle departing. 

Officer will follow up and contact the 
registered owner of the vehicle in the near 
future.


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20176517
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: JENNIFER JORDAN

2015 JEEP Cherokee Owner BRIAN 
McCASLlN 


Officer was dispatched to the 700 block of 
Franklin Avenue in reference to an accident 
report. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that she was at 
work at a business in the 500 block of S. 
Broadway Avenue and had parked her 
vehicle beside the business. She advised 
her vehicle was parked, turned off, facing 
west on the north side of the building. She 
stated that when she exited the building a 
male subject advised her that her vehicle 
had rolled out of the parking lot and went 
across S. Broadway Avenue striking a 
metal parking lot railing. 

The complainant advised her vehicle was 
unoccupied and does not know how the 
vehicle rolled out of the parking lot. 

Officer observed front end damage to the 
complainants vehicle, a 201 5 green Jeep 
Cherokee.

Photographs were obtained and a report 
number was provided. Officer responded to 
the 500 block of S. Broadway Avenue and 
did not locate any damage to the metal 
railing.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20176518
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Obstructed Roadway
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the intersection of N 
Lincoln Ave and E Fifth St for a report of a 
paint spill. Officer located the spill along the 
south side of the 700 block of E Fifth St. 
Witnesses advised that a truck had come 
around the corner and a five gallon bucket 
fell of the back as it turned, spilling some of 
its contents on the roadway. 

The occupant(s) of the truck stopped and 
picked up what they could. Salem Fire 
Department Personnel responded and 
placed oil dry on the spill.

The vehicle that spilled the substance had 
departed before officer arrived, however 
officer was able to locate the individuals 
residence in the 800 block of E Fourth St. 
Officer affirmed that the substance was a 
water based acrylic floor sealer and advised 
the FD personnel of the same. 


Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176519
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Open Burning
418 E SIXTH ST


While on patrol officer observed an 
excessive amount of white smoke 
originating from the rear of a residence in 
the 600 block of E Sixth St. 

Officer located the source and observed 
that a small amount of brush had been 
placed in a fire ring and was causing the 
smoke. Officer made contact with a resident 
and advised of open burning restrictions 
that prohibit the burning of brush and 
leaves. Officer further advised the individual 
to use only dry seasoned fire wood for cook 
outs. 

The brush had burned down and the smoke 
subsided prior to this officer departing. 


Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20176520
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
560 N ELLSWORTH AVE

ARA SMITH, RYAN CHRISTOPHER 560 N 
ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
1649

Officer on patrol in the 500 block of N. 
Ellsworth Avenue observed a male subject 
who had an active arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff Department 
standing in front of his residence. Officer 
made contact with the male subject and 
advised him of the warrant. 

Once the warrant was confirmed for the 
subject he was placed in custody and 
transported back to the police department 
where he was booked and released to a 
Columbiana County Sheriff Deputy.


Arrested: Ryan C. Smith 560 N. Ellsworth 
Avenue Salem, Ohio 44460
Warrant for Felony Drug Possession


Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20176521
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
490 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a dispute. Contact was made 
with both subjects, whom were intoxicated. 
It was advised that the one was going in 
and out traffic and yelling obscenities at 
passing cars.

Both subjects denied any of the actions 
described. They were called a cab and 
taken home.



Ptl. S. LaRosa




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lncident #: 20176522
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Assault
599 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER CONRAD


Officers were dispatched to a business in 
the 500 block of E. State Street for an 
assault report. Officers responded and 
made contact with the complainant who 
advised that his friend and an employee of 
the business were in a physical altercation. 

Officers made contact with a male subject 
who had visible head injuries (photographs 
obtained) and first responders and an 
ambulance service were requested. 

The subject advised that he is an ex-
employee of the business and that he was 
walking to his friends apartment which is 
attached to the business. 

He observed his friend speaking with the 
other male subject involved and he 
approached them. He stated that he began 
to argue with the male subject and he was 
then pushed and hit in the head with an 
alcohol bottle. Officers located the bottle 
and collected it as evidence. 

The subject was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center. Officer responded 
to the residence of the other male subject 
involved who advised that he was 
approached by an ex-employee of the 
business he works at and an argument 
started. He advised that the other party 
involved came towards him aggressively 
and he pushed him away and they began to 
wrestle around. The male had no injuries. 

Officer later responded to the hospital and 
was advised by the subject with the injury 
that he did not wish to pursue charges or fill 
out a written statement. 

The matter is under further investigation.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Monday, September 11, 2017
07:52 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176509
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
646 VINE AVE


Complainant: CALLER, ANONYMOUS 

Officers responded to the 600 block of Vine 
Ave for a possible fight in progress. Officers 
made contact with numerous individuals 
outside of a residence, one of which was 
initially being disorderly. Officers 
determined that a husband and wife were 
having a verbal dispute and it had escalated 
to a point of the husband becoming 
disruptive. The husband subsequently 
calmed down and officers affirmed there 
had been no threats or violence.

Officer advised the individual that he would 
either have to go inside for the night or he 
would be arrested for disorderly 
conduct/public intoxication if he continued 
to cause a disturbance. 

Officers remained in the immediate area 
after clearing and returned a short time later 
due to some continued arguing inside the 
residence between the husband and wife, 
as well as a TV having been broken. 
Officers again affirmed no threats or 
violence, and domestic violence laws and 
consequences were explained. The 
husband agreed to go to sleep and his wife 
stated she did not think there would be any 
further problems this morning. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20176508
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP

Officer responded to the police department 
to assist the Ohio State Highway Patrol with 
an OVI arrest and test on the Datamaster.




Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20176507
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check


ARA TROYER, COURTNEY LYNN  
HANOVERTON, OH 44423 9774 


Police had initiated a traffic stop on a 
vehicle on E. Pershing St. in front of the 
Timberlanes Complex. A female passenger 
in the vehicle was found to have an active 
warrant through CCSO and was taken into 
custody without incident. She was 
transported to Salem PD for processing and 
then released to CCSO Deputy for transport 
to Jail.


Arrestee:
Courtney Lynn Troyer
54 S. Egypt Rd.
Salem, Ohio 44460
warrant for theft




Ptl. Donald E. Paulin 




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Incident #: 20176506
Date: Sunday, September 10,2017
Traffic Offense


ARA STRIFFLER, EUGENE C 54 S EGYPT 
RD SALEM, OH 44460 9454

Police initiated a traffic stop on E. Pershing 
near the Timberlanes Complex on a vehicle 
after identifying the driver as a person who 
is suspended. The driver was cited for 
driving under FRA suspension and given a 
court date of 09/12/2017 in CCMC. 

A female passenger in the vehicle was 
found to have an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County and was taken into 
custody. (see incident #20176506) 

K9 Argo gave a positive indication for a 
narcotic odor but none were located inside 
the vehicle. 

The vehicle was towed by Sinsley Towing 
with a hold for court order release.


driver:
Eugene Clifford Striffler
54 S. Egypt Rd.
Salem, Ohio 44460
charge
FRA suspension




Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176505
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Dog At Large


Complainant: SAMANTHA POST

Officer met with a female complainant on 
station who advised she found a dog at 
large in the area of Hawley Ave. and 
Cleveland St. The complainant advised she 
was able to get the dog in her vehicle and 
she brought it to the police department. The 
dog license number was obtained from the 
tag on the dog and the owner was located.

The owner advised a resident of her house 
would be en route to pick up the dog. The 
animal was returned to a female subject.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20176504
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Criminal Mischief
592 N LINCOLN AVE 


Complainant: DIANA MAHOUSKI

Officers responded to the area of 592 N. 
Lincoln Ave. for a report of several subjects 
attempting to steal an American Flag. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant's husband who advised that a 
male and female subject left westbound on 
E. Sixth St. and one male subject left 
eastbound on E. Sixth St. Complainant's 
husband advised the subject's pulled the 
flag out of the ground but were not able to 
take it. 

Officers checked the area and was not able 
to locate any persons in the area. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176501
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Recovered Property

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

Officer took a recovered property report on 
station. A male and female advised that 
they found a key laying in the area of the 
Broadway Plaza on E. Second St. Officer 
took possession of the key, which will be 
placed into this department's lost and found. 
Officer cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20176499
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
110 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: CHAD RAYMOND

Police responded to the 100 block of W. 
Pershing for a dispute with on going 
motorists. 

The complainant, highly intoxicated, 
advised a male subject driving a grey 
Chevy SUV keeps yelling obscenities as he 
passes by. When speaking to officers the 
complainant kept changing his mind on 
what he would like done. Officers attempted 
to understand the issue with the 
complainant due to the intoxication. 

The complainant then advised he did not 
need the officers.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176498
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
284 E FOURTH ST


Police responded to the apartment complex 
in the 200 block of E. 4th St for a dispute. 
The male subject at that residence stated 
an argument had occurred between him 
and his girlfriend. The male advised at one 
point during the argument the female picked 
up a stick and walked towards the porch. 
The male advised the female did not cause 
harm in any way and did not want anything 
done about the incident.



Ptl Osberg




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Sunday, September 10, 2017
09:20 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176488
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE / PARKVIEW DR

CITED: NICHOLAS FITHIAN,  1578 
BROOKVIEW DR SALEM, OH 44460

Unit #1, Driver: Owner,  DANIEL RAMSEY 


Unit #2, Driver: Owner,  NICHOLAS 
FITHIAN 



Officers responded to the area of N Lincoln 
Ave and Parkview Dr for a motor vehicle 
accident with no injury. Unit #1 was headed 
southwest on N Lincoln Ave. Unit #2 was 
headed westbound on Parkview Dr and 
made a left hand turn headed southwest on 
N Lincoln Ave. 

Unit #2 failed to yield to traffic and the front 
driver side of Unit #1 struck the rear 
passenger side of Unit #2. 

Pictures were taken of the damage and 
both parties involved advised there were no 
injuries. The driver of Unit #2 was issued a 
citation and both vehicles were able to be 
driven from the scene.

Cited: Nicholas A. Fithian
Address: 1578 Brookview Dr, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: F.T.Y. when turning left city 
ordinance 331.17




Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20176487
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Theft
226 Vl N E AVE 5

Officer responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave for a report of a theft. The victim 
advised the suspect was at his residence 
several days prior and he had noticed 
several items missing from his residence. 
The victim was unable to provide any 
information about the suspect other than a 
name. 

This matter is currently under investigation.




Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20176489
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Water Line Break / Leak
1303 POWELL AVE

Report of a water line break at the above 
noted location. Officer responded and 
observed that the break was going to need 
immediate attention, therefore the water 
dept. was contacted to respond.



Sgt. D. Green 




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Incident #: 20176490
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
578 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JOHN WHITE,  
HANOVERTON, OH 44423

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a missing runaway juvenile. 
Officers spoke with the complainant, the 
father of the missing juvenile, who stated he 
found his daughter but the female subject at 
the residence wont let him in. Officers made 
contact with the owner of the residence and 
located the missing juvenile also at the 
residence. Officers advised the juvenile to 
collect her personal items and escorted her 
out of the residence and back to her father.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176491
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
226 VINE AVE 5 

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave for a verbal dispute. The female subject 
advised that the male subject starting 
yelling at her when attempting to talk to a 
neighbor. The male subject stated that the 
female subject is continuously harassing 
him. 

Both parties were advised to stay separated 
and stay away from each other.




Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176493
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Suspicious Activity
228 VINE AVE


Complainant: KEITH WHORLEY,  NEW 
CASTLE, VA


Officers responded to the above location for 
an ongoing dispute between the apartment 
managers and the tenants. The 
complainant advised that the apartment 
manager was recording tenants and their 
children living at the complex and several 
tenants were upset. 

Officers spoke with the managers and they 
stated that the tenants are constantly 
screaming and yelling obscenities at them 
every time they leave their apartment. 
Officer did view video of several tenants 
screaming obscenities. All parties were 
advised to stay away from one another. 

The complainant was advised that the 
managers are not breaking any law by 
recording the ongoing harassment.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176495
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Reckless Operator
1892 E STATE ST


Police responded to McDonalcfs for a 
reckless driver. The complainant stated the 
vehicle went through a red light on E. State 
St, and pulled into McDonald's parking lot. 
The vehicle came back to an elderly female. 

Police were unable to make contact with the 
driver.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176485
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Traffic Offense
E PERSHING ST / PENN AVE


Officer initiated a traffic stop with a silver 
Ford Escape on E. Pershing St. near Penn 
Ave. and issued the operator/owner of the 
vehicle, Brandy A. Skiles a traffic citation for 
driving under an ALS/OVI suspension. 

She was given a mandatory court date of 
Tuesday Sept. 12th, 2017 at 08:30a.m. in 
the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Davidson's Towing responded and towed 
the vehicle from the scene with a court 
release being placed on the vehicle. Officer 
cleared.



CITED:
Brandy A. Skiles
2640 Cunningham Rd.
Salem, OH 44460



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lncident #: 20176484
Date: Saturday, September 9,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A


While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
traveling through Waterworth Memorial Park 
off of Sunset St and then it parked in the 
parking lot of the Salem Community Center. 
Officer made contact with the occupants 
who advised they had stopped to relax and 
talk. They were advised that the park and 
community center were closed and they 
would have to depart, but the municipal 
parking lots in town were open at all hours. 



Sgt B Slider





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lncident #: 20176480
Date: Friday, September 8,2017
Traffic Offense
WASHINGTON AVE / MAPLE ST


Police stopped a vehicle for improper 
exhaust on Washington St. between Oak 
St. and Maple St. and found the driver of 
the vehicle did not possess a valid 
operators license. The driver was issued 
citations for the exhaust and No OL and 
given a court date of 09/12/2017 in CCMC. 
The vehicle was towed by Sinsley Towing 
with a hold for a licensed driver.


cited:
Tomas Perez Castro
537 Jennings Ave.
Salem, Ohio 44460
charges
Improper exhaust
No OL



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Incident #: 20176478
Date: Friday, September 8,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
2340 E STATE ST SALEM


While on patrol officer observed an 
unoccupied vehicle parked in the Salem 
Plaza parking lot with the headlights left on. 
Officer affirmed that the vehicle was not 
running and there was nobody around. 
Officer was able to shut the vehicles lights 
off without incident. 


Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176476
Date: Friday, September 8,2017
Structure Fire
972 LIBERTY ST


While on patrol officer observed a fence on 
fire in the back yard of a residence in the 
900 block of Liberty St.

Officer advised Salem PD Dispatch to notify 
Salem Fire Department to respond. 

As officer was knocking at the front door of 
the residence where the fire appeared to 
have originated, a neighbor from a few 
houses up the street had also noticed the 
fence on fire and was walking down to 
notify the resident. Officer made contact 
with the resident of 972 Liberty who 
affirmed having cleaned the ashes out of a 
fire pit in the back yard earlier in the day, 
believing that they were cool, and having 
deposited the ashes on the ground at the 
northeast corner of the back yard. Some of 
the ashes must have still been hot and 
ignited the wooden fence belonging to 962 
Liberty
which separates the back yards of the two 
properties. 

Salem FD arrived on scene and promptly 
extinguished the fire. A section of the fence 
was completely destroyed as a result of the 
fire. 

Officer made contact with a resident of 962 
Liberty and advised them of the fire and 
damage to the fence. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176474
Date:Friday, September 8, 2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST


Complainant: Smith Oil, 

Officer made contact with the complainant 
via telephone in reference to a gas drive off. 
It was advised that an unknown subject 
driving a Tan Chrysler van pumped $16.30 
in fuel and drove off without rendering 
payment. No registration information was 
provided.




Ptl LaRosa




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Saturday, September 09, 2017
07:45 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176460
Date: Friday, September 8,2017
Civil Matter
927 W WILSON ST B

Complainant: ALLYSIN GRIMM

Officer responded to the 900 block in 
regards to a civil issue. Officer arrived on 
scene and spoke to the female complainant 
who advised that she had left her phone at 
her friends house and that she would not 
give it back. It was later found that the 
complainant and subject traded phones with 
one another and that the complainant 
wished to have her original phone back. 

Officer advised that this was a civil issue 
and that the two parties would have to work 
it out.



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20176472
Date: Friday, September 8, 2017
Suspicious Person
156 OHIO AVE 11

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the 100 block of Ohio 
Ave for a suspicious male yelling 
obscenities. When officers arrived contact 
was made with the male subject with 
seemed to be under some type of influence. 
The male was advised if he did not live in 
the area to keep moving along. The male 
gathered his belongings and left.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176465
Date: Friday, September 8,2017
Theft
515 PROSPECT ST B


Complainant: Nikole HOSCHAR, 
WASHINGTONVILLE, OH 44490 

Officers spoke with a female complainant 
who stated an unknown subject(s) stole her 
purse with multiple items from her vehicle 
while it was impounded at a local impound 
yard. 

Officers checked with the tow company who 
stated that the vehicle is located in secure 
holding lot, the matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176462
Date: Friday, September 8,2017
Suspicious Activity
650 PARK AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an unknown subject(s) 
attempting to gain access to a door at the 
back of the residence. 

Officers checked the residence and were 
unable to locate any subjects, the door and 
windows were secure.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176468
Date: Friday, September 8, 2017
Indecent Exposure
284 E THIRD ST


Police responded to the 200 block of E. 3rd 
St for an intoxicated male urinating in 
public. The female complainant did not wish 
to speak with officers. Police did make 
contact with the alleged suspect who stated 
he never urinated outside. The male subject 
was advised to go to the bathroom inside if 
he was not.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176467
Date: Friday, September 8, 2017
Medical Problem / Assist
1995 E STATE ST D 


Report of a suicidal male juvenile barricade 
in a vehicle at the above location. Upon 
arrival, the complainant and hospital staff 
advised that the juvenile had fled on foot 
prior to officers. 

Officers then checked the area for several 
hours, after numerous attempts to locate 
him officers did eventually locate him. He 
was transported back to the E.R. by this 
officer where he was pink slipped by the 
hospital and transported to Belmont Pines 
by EMT.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20176466
Date: Friday, September 8,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
226 VINE AVE 1


Complainant: DOUGLAS SMITH

Report of a possible criminal damage to an 
apartment at the above location. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that he 
heard yelling and banging around in the 
apartment and that the tenants had just 
moved out. This officer along with 
complainant checked the apartment and no 
one was found or anything damaged.



Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20176464
Date: Friday, September 8,2017
Harassment
226 VINE AVE 5


Complainant: AMBERSMITH

Report of a harassment at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that a 
known male subject is yelling obscenities at 
her and her son over the male subjects 
recent eviction.

Complainant advised that she just wanted 
the incident documented in case of any 
future problems.




Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20176473
Date: Friday, September 8, 2017
Medical Problem / Assist
821 E STATE ST

Police observed a male subject acting 
suspicious in the library parking lot 
(reference #20176472). The male appeared 
to be under an unknown influence. To due 
the males safety he was transported to the 
ER.



Ptl Osberg




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lncident #: 20176459
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
300 BLOCK N ELLSWORTH


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 300 block of N 
Ellsworth. During the stop the driver did 
give consent to search the vehicle. Officers 
did locate marijuana inside the vehicle. 

The driver was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for the marijuana.


Cited: John D. Carrion
Address: 314 E 3rd St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: (MM) Possession of Marijuana



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176458
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Traffic Offense
HOWARD AVE / W PERSHING ST


Officer initiated a traffic stop on S Howard 
Ave at W Pershing St for a stop sign 
violation. Ptl. Garber and K9 Simon were 
requested at the scene and K9 was 
deployed for an open air sniff but there was 
no indication. 

The driver was issued a written warning for 
the violation



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176456
Date: Thursday, September 7, 2017
Intoxicated Person
579 AETNA ST


Complainant: BRENDA EZELL

Officers responded to the above location for 
an intoxicated persons report. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised her son, 
who lives at the residence is intoxicated and 
she wants him removed. Officers advised 
due to there not being any threats or 
violence and that her son lives at the 
residence he could not be removed.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176453
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
649 PROSPECT ST

Complainant: JAMIE BANKS

Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Prospect St. for a dispute. The complainant 
advised officer that their landlord stopped 
by and started arguing with them. The 
complainant advised officer that they are in 
the process of moving out and want a report 
on file.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176452
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Dog At Large
428 FRANKLIN AVE


Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a report of a dog at large. 
Upon arrival the complainant was able to 
put a leash on the dog. 

The dog was retrieved by the Humane 
officer.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176451
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle on 
Franklin St. just off S. Lincoln Ave. for a 
moving violation and an equipment 
violation. During the stop, K9 Simon 
indicated to the presence of narcotic odor 
during a free air sniff. 

Contraband and paraphernalia were 
recovered from the vehicle and both the 
driver and passenger were placed in 
custody.

Officers cleared and Davidson's towing 
removed the vehicle from the roadway. Both 
arrestees were transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail to await their 
charges to be clerked.

Arrested: Eugene C. Striffler  of 54 S. Egypt 
Rd. Salem Oh
Charge: Drug Paraphernalia

Jacob S. Miller  of LKA:875 Granite St. 
Salem Oh
Charge: Drug Paraphernalia




Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20176450
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Domestic In Progress
l144 E PERSHING ST

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E. 
Pershing St. for a domestic in progress. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to both parties 
involved. Both parties advised officers that 
they had gotten into an argument over their 
relationship and that nothing physical 
happened. The female half involved left so 
things could cool down.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20176447
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Reckless Operator
1872 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: RENEE GREENAMYER

Officers responded to the 1800 block of E 
State St for a report of a reckless operator. 
Officers arrived and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that a male had 
driven through a drive thru line in reverse. 

Officers did speak to the male who was 
advised against doing so again in the 
future.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20176446
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
821 E STATE ST SALEM
SALEM LIBRARY


Unit#2, CITED:  CARTER ROSE 

Unit#l, Driver: ALLYSON PERRY,  Owner 
ANTHONY PERRY 


Officers responded to the 800 block of E 
State St for a report of a motor vehicle 
crash with unknown injuries.

Officers arrived along with the Salem FD 
and found that Unit#2 was traveling west 
bound on E State St when it struck Unit#l 
from behind. Unit#l was also traveling west 
bound on E State St and had stopped for 
traffic. 

The driver of Unit#2 was cited for ACDA. 

The FD did evaluate the subjects but 
nobody involved wished to seek treatment.


Ptl D Beeson




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Friday, September 08, 2017
07:10 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176445
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: SMITH OIL

Complainant business in the 900 block of 
East State St calling to report a theft. 
Officers spoke with the employee over the 
phone. The employee stated that a 
unknown person had pumped $23.00 in gas 
into there vehicle and then fled the area 
without rendering payment. The employee 
was provided a report number for the 
incident. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176444
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Accidental Damage
421 SHARP AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 400 block of Sharp 
Ave. for an accidental damage. 

Officer arrived and located the scene and 
found the operator exited the vehicle and 
when shutting the vehicle off the vehicle 
was not in gear. The vehicle left the 
driveway and went through a yard striking a 
garage. 

No structural damage was reported and the 
operator was treated on scene by Salem 
FD. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20176443
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Harassment
 931 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

Complainant on station to report that a 
persons known to her has been putting 
derogatory comments about her and her 
business on Facebook. 

The complainant stated further that she 
wants to persons trespasses from her place 
of business. 

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.

Ptl R Keister 

Officers were able to contact the persons in 
question by phone and they were advised 
not to return the business.




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Incident #: 20176442
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Burglary Reported

Complainant: GEORGE SURMACEVIZ

Officers responded to the 600 block of S. 
Union Ave. to take a report of a B & E. The 
complainant advised officers that when he 
returned home today his house was trashed 
and several items are missing. 

Officers checked the house to ensure no 
body was inside. Officer took photos of the 
house and got a list of the items missing. 

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176441
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Fight
1892 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1800 block of 
East State St for a reported fight in 
progress. 

On arrival officers spoke with two of the 
persons involved as well as several persons 
who had witnessed the incident. The 
witnesses stated that several of the persons 
involved had fled the area prior to officers 
arriving on scene. Officers spoke with one 
of the persons who stated that he had been 
assaulted by a person unknown to him. The 
man stated that he had been sitting in the 
passenger seat of his sisters vehicle when 
the man in question started yelling at him 
and then assaulted him. 

Officers did call for a ambulance and First 
Responders to access the mans injuries. 

While on scene officers spoke with multiple 
persons who gave a description of the 
persons involved. Officers also located a 
person(s) who worked with the person(s) 
who had left the scene. 

Officers then responded to the 1200 block 
of Eastview to speak with the other persons 
involved. Officers spoke with and identified 
all of the persons who had left the area. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176438
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Speak To Officer
158 W FIFTH ST

Complainant: Dixie Young

Police took a speak with officer report. It 
was advised from the complainant that she 
owned the residence and that she had 
evicted the current individuals who reside in 
the home. The complainant also advised 
that there was a truck parked in the yard 
that she would like to be removed so that it 
dose not cause damage to the yard. 

Police spoke with the owner of the truck 
and it was moved.




Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20176436
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Reckless Operator
N CUNNINGHAM RD / E STATE B

Officer was advised of a reckless operator 
exiting from the Home Depot onto 
Cunningham Rd. The red sports car failed 
to yield to him causing him to swerve and 
nearly go off the road. Both vehicles left the 
area without further incident. 



Banar901




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lncident #: 20176434
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: Smith Oil

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the employee on duty. 
The employee stated that a person in a 
black truck had pumped $25.77 in gas and 
then fled the area without rendering 
payment. The employee was able to 
provide officers with a registration for the 
vehicle in question and officers will attempt 
to make contact with the person. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176433
Date: Thursday, September 7, 2017
Harassment
226 VINE AVE 5

Complainant: AMBER SMITH

Complainant on station to report ongoing 
harassment from her neighbors on Vine St. 
She is being called names and allegations 
against her are being voiced. 

Matter to be reviewed for possible charges. 




Banar901




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Incident #: 20176432
Date: Thursday, September 7, 2017
Dispute
226 VINE AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers spoke with several parties about 
allegations regarding various other tenants 
there. Complainant advised he was 
threatened with bodily harm by a few others 
at the building. 

Officer spoke with one party about this who 
denied such comment. 



Banar901




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Incident #: 20176418
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Domestic In Progress
1998 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: JENNIFER WEISS

Officers responded to the 1900 block of 
Southeast Blvd. for a domestic in progress. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to both parties 
involved, who advised officers that they had 
gotten into a disagreement over a cell 
phone. Both parties involved advised there 
wasn't anything physical and that no threats 
of harm were made. 

The male half involved left the residence for 
the evening so things could cool off.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176423
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Traffic Offense
181 N HOWARD AVE


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for a violation. The driver was 
given a verbal warning for the offense and 
then gave consent to search the vehicle. 
Nothing of significance was located and 
officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20176425
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Suspicious Activity
594 E THIRD ST


Complainant: HAEDAN PANEZOTT

Officer responded to the 500 block of East 
Third St. in regards to a suspicious activity 
report. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
male complainant who advised that the 
neighboring resident had been coming on 
the property of the residence lately causing 
problems. Officer spoke to the neighbor and 
advised them to stay off of the property.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176426
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Suspicious Person
1125 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E 
State St for a report of a male behaving 
suspiciously in a local business. Officers 
arrived and did check for the male but he 
was no longer present. The employee of the 
store advised that the male may have 
stolen an item before leaving the store and 
stated that surveillance would be looked at. 

Officer was able to identify the male and the 
matter will be investigated if something was 
stolen.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176427
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Lost Motorist Escort
JENNINGS AVE / W SECOND

Officer on patrol observed a suspicious 
vehicle on W Second St near Jennings Ave. 
Officer made contact with the motorist who 
advised that they were lost and were 
looking for a residence in the area, officer 
was able to assist the motorist with 
directions. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176428
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Runaway / Missing
638 FRANKLIN AVE


Officer took a report on station in regards to 
a runaway juvenile. Officer spoke to the 
parents of the juvenile who advised that 
their 15 year old son ran away from home 
after an argument. 

The parents advised that they checked 
several of their houses where the juvenile 
may be but they were not able to locate 
him. 

Officers were able to locate the juvenile at a 
friends house before he was entered into 
LEADS as missing. Officer advised the 
parents if they wished to file an unruly 
juvenile charge then that they would have to 
contact the Columbiana County Juvenile 
Court.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176429
Date: Thursday, September 7,2017
Animal Complaint
189 E THIRD ST

Officer was flagged down and advised there 
was a possum on their front porch. Officer 
was unable to get the animal off the porch. 
Home owner was advised to checked in the 
morning and if the animal was still there to 
set a live trap.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20176417
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Posses Of Stolen Propertry
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: MICHAEL FROMM

Officer spoke to a complainant at the police 
station regarding an item that he purchased 
being possibly stolen.

Officer did gather the information and the 
matter will be investigated further.



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20176416
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Speak To Officer
2401 E STATE ST F


Complainant: JENNIFER BROWN

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she seen 
an adult male inside his vehicle yell and hit 
a child's seat with the child inside the seat 
yesterday at Get Go gas station. The 
complainant was able to provide officer with 
the vehicle's license plate number. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176413
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Theft
180 HAWLEY AVE


Complainant: NICOLE LEE

Officer responded to the 100 block of 
Hawley Ave. to take a report of theft. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
stole two bicycles out of her garage. Officer 
provided the complainant with a copy of the 
report number

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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Thursday, September 07, 2017
08:50 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176407
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Theft 
2345 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Complainant: GET GO, GAS 

Officer(s) responded to the 2300 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone known to her had taken a item 
from the store without rendering payment. 
The complainant stated that she did not 
wish to press charges against the man but 
she did not want him to return to the store. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176408
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
1630 WESTVIEW DR c

Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
Westview for a reported domestic dispute. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. It was determined to be a verbal 
dispute that had turned physical between a 
husband and wife. 

Officers placed Amer A Bleibel in custody 
for domestic violence after witnessing 
marks on his wife.

Bleibel was transported to the station were 
he was processed and then taken to the 
county jail. Officers cleared.



Arrested // Amer A Bleibel  
Charge // Domestic Violence



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176412
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Private property accident no OK1

Officer(s) responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle 
accident on private property.

Unit # 1 had been stopped in the parking lot 
when it was struck by unity # 2. Unit # 2 had 
been backing up in the parking lot when it 
struck unit # 1. There were no reported 
injuries and no citations were issued. 

Unit # 1 sustained damage to the front end. 
Unit # 2 sustained minor damage to the rear 
bumper area.


Unit # 1  owner / driver / Lawrence Darner
vehicle / 2007 Saturn


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Charles Mcgath
vehicle / 2017 Ford




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176403
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Animal Complaint
1632 WHINNERY RD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to a residence in the 
1600 block of Whinnery Road in reference 
to an animal complaint.

Officer was advised by a female subject 
that it doesnt appear the residents have 
been home in several days and several 
animals are in the back yard. 

Officer responded to the residence and 
found a dog, turkey and rabbits either in a 
cage or chained. The dog did have a 
shelter, but no food or water. The property 
also needed cleaned up. 

Officer forwarded the report to the housing 
department and humane officer for further 
follow up. No contact could be made at the 
residence.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20176402
Date: Wednesday, September 6,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
600 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANDREA PHILLIPS

Officers were called to the 500 block of E 
Third St for a report of loud music. 

Officers made contact with several subjects 
who were advised of the complaint. They 
advised that they would keep the noise 
down and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20176400
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Drug Overdose 
565 FRANKLIN ST B


Complainant: LISA MISTRETTA

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Franklin Avenue along with the fire 
department an EMT Ambulance for a drug 
overdose. Officers responded and were 
advised by the complainant that her 
boyfriend took too many of his prescription 
pills. 

Officers were able to speak with the male 
subject who advised he did take medication 
and that he had thoughts of harming 
himself. The subject was transported to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center.



Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20176398
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Intoxicated Person
563 AETNA ST


Officers responded to 563 Aetna St. for a 
report of an intoxicated male subject 
knocking on the door. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with a male 
on the porch of the residence. The male 
was identified who advised he was trying to 
make contact with a female inside the 
residence. Officer did make contact with a 
female inside the residence as well as her 
Uncle who resides there. The Uncle wished 
for the male to be removed from the 
property. 

Offices provided a courtesy for the male 
subject to an address in the 900 block of S. 
Lundy Ave. and cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176397
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
275 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officers arrested 48 year old Steven W. 
Paukner at his residence of 275 N. 
Ellsworth Ave. on an active warrant out of 
the Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. for 
failure to appear in a child support hearing. 
Mr. Paukner was transported to the Salem 
Police Dept. for processing and later 
released to a CCSO Deputy and 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.



Arrestee:
Steven W. Paukner
275 N. Ellsworth Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant - Failure to appear/child 
Support



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176395
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Smoke Investigation
1380 S LINCOLN AVE 5


Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. to 1380 S. Lincoln Ave. Apt45 for 
a report of smoke inside the apartment. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by while the fire 
dept. investigated the source of the smoke. 
Officers later cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176394
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
794 E THIRD ST


Complainant: CLIFF VOTAW

Officers were called to the Salem Food 
Pantry in the 700 block of E Third St for a 
disorderly female. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that the subject 
was told to keep her voice down but, 
continued to cause a disturbance by being 
loud. 

Officers spoke with the subject who was 
upset and advised that a few volunteers 
that work there had said some inappropriate 
things to her, which caused her to get loud 
vocally. She was advised to keep her voice 
down and to contact the police department 
if she had any other issues. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20176393
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
633 CHERRY ST


Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant on a male subject who had an 
active warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriff's Office. Officers were given 
permission to search the home but, officers 
had negative contact with the subject. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran




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Wednesday, September 06, 2017
08:00 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176383
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Truant Student
288 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant on station reference a unruly 
juvenile. She advised that a female juvenile 
that was staying with her temporarily had 
ran away from the residence early this 
morning. All information was gathered, 
juvenile was entered into LEADS as 
missing. 

The complainant called back a short time 
later and advised that the juvenile had been 
located.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20176385
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
824 E STATE ST


Complainant: MICHEAL MAHOSKI

Report of a Breaking & Entering at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that 
someone had gained entry into the above 
business. All information was gathered and 
the matter is under investigation.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20176384
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Accident Private Property
2370 SOUTHEAST BLVD
FAMILY PRACTICE OF SALEM MEDICAL

UNIT#I DRIVER/Owner LORRIE CAlN 

UNIT#2 DRIVER DENNIS SHAY Owner 
CAROL SHAY 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a private property two vehicle accident. 
Unit# 1 was parked in a parking spot then 
attempted to back out of the spot, Unit#2 
was traveling southbound when Unit#l 
backed into the front bumper of Unit#2. 
There were no injuries to drivers of the 
vehicles, both vehicles had minor damage 
and were able to be driven from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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lncident #: 20176388
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Person To Be Removed
ALLEN RD / SALEM PARKWAY


Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY 
SHERIFFS 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of someone that boarded a 
westbound train that was headed for the 
city. The train conductor stopped the train at 
the Allen Rd. crossing. This department 
along with Perry Twp. PD checked the train 
cars and no one was located.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176366
Date. Monday, September 4,2017
Check Well Being
359 W TENTH ST


Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Tenth St in order to assist an elderly female. 
Complainant advised that the subject was 
walking around the neighborhood and had 
forgotten where she lives. The female was 
given a ride back to her residence and 
officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20176368
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
 Speak To Officer
549 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officers responded to 549 N. Ellsworth Ave. 
to speak with a male complainant in 
reference to a well being check of a juvenile 
male that fell and struck his head on the 
sidewalk. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
he observed an adult male carrying a male 
juvenile on his shoulders. He advised he 
observed both the adult and juvenile to fall 
on the sidewalk and that the juvenile 
appeared injured and was crying. 

A description was obtained. Officer did 
locate the adult male and juvenile at an 
address in the 700 block of N. Ellsworth 
Ave. The male juvenile did appear fine 
although he did have a minor injury to the 
back of his head 

His guardian refused medical treatment. 
Officer checked on the adult male who was 
also present and he was observed to have 
a minor injury to his hands, but he refused 
treatment as well. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176373
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
Ambulance Needed
339 NEWGARDEN AVE


Salem FD requested police assistance with 
a male subject that was intoxicated and fell 
striking his head and knocking himself 
unconscious. 

Subject at first refused medical assistance 
but after conversation with him he decided 
to be transported to SRMC to be checked. 
Police then cleared.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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lncident #: 20176374
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
311 NEWGARDEN AVE


Officers were flagged down in the 300 block 
of Newgarden Ave. Complainant wanted to 
speak with officers about the whereabouts 
of a known male with an active arrest 
warrant. Officers cleared a short time later.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20176376
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A 


Police were dispatched to the Salem ER in 
reference to a combative patient. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the subject 
and calmed him down. Police cleared 
advising personnel should he act up any 
further to call.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176377
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
688 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer on patrol observed a vehicle parked 
in the front yard of a residence in the 600 
block of N Ellsworth Ave.

Officer issued a red warning tag and placed 
it on the vehicle to advise the owner that the 
vehicle is parked in violation of a city 
parking ordinance. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20176378
Date: Tuesday, September 5,2017
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road 
400 BLOCK OF E EUCLID ST

Officer removed several large limbs that 
were obstructing the eastbound lane of the 
400 block of E Euclid St.

The limbs were placed in the curb lawn. 


Sgt B Slider




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Tuesday, September 05, 2017
07:21 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176361
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
2900 E STATE ST


Report of possible drugs / drug 
paraphernalia laying on the floor by register 
1. The small plastic bag of vegetable matter 
(marijuana) was brought back to this 
department where it was properly disposed 
of by officers.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20176363
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
337 N LINCOLN AVE

Police responded to the 300 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave for a B&E report. The 
complainant advised she happened to leave 
a rear window unlocked. 

The complainant advised that someone 
knew exactly where her sons ADHD 
medication was stored and able to give an 
exact amount that were missing.



Ptl Osberg




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lncident #: 20176357
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
147 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: BRITTANY OMALLEY

Report of criminal damage to a vehicle at 
the above location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
her vehicle was parked at the above 
location over the weekend and when she 
went to pick it up today she noticed a large 
dent in drivers side door. She also advised 
that the door handle was also damage and 
it made it hard to open the door. 

Complainant just wanted the incident 
documented at this time.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20176354
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
Ambulance Needed
840 W PERSHING ST 7


Report of an ambulance needed at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by while the 
Salem F.D. and EMT checked on a male 
subject at the above apartment. 

The male subject did not need treatment 
and officers cleared.




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176352
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
327 FAIR AVE 1/2

Officers responded to the 300 block of Fair 
Ave in regards to a Burglary in Progress. 
Officers arrived on scene and located the 
male subject in question sitting on the front 
porch of the residence. 

Upon speaking to the male it was found that 
he was a resident and he was going inside 
of the residence to gather personal 
belongings. The male subject was advised 
that the issue would be a civil issue. The 
male subject advised that he would stay at 
a friends house for the evening.




Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176351
Date: Monday, September 4,2017
Suspicious Person
N LUNDY AVE / E THIRD ST

While on patrol officers did observe a male 
having a hard time riding his bicycle in the 
200 block of N Lundy Ave.

The male did fall off the bicycle and was 
found to be intoxicated. 

A taxi was called to transport the male to his 
residence. The male did depart with the taxi 
and officer cleared.




Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176349
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Underage consumption
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN


Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop with a 
vehicle on S Lincoln Ave and Franklin St for 
an equipment violation.

Upon further investigation it was found that 
two of the juvenile passengers inside of the 
vehicle were intoxicated.

The two juveniles were then subsequently 
placed in custody for underage 
consumption and transported back to the 
Salem Police Department where they were 
able to contact their parents and have them 
respond to the Police Department. Both 
juveniles were then released to a parent.

During the traffic stop K9 Simon was 
deployed and did indicate the presence of 
narcotic odor emanating from the vehicle, 
Officers then searched the vehicle but 
nothing of significance was located.

The driver of the vehicle was issued a 
written warning for cracked windshield 
(ORD 337.01)



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20176347
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP, Post 15

Officer did assist the OSHP with an OVI test 
at the police station. Officer assisted and 
then cleared.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176345
Date: Sunday, September 3, 2017
Speak To Officer 
2051 OAK ST 


Complainant: LEWIS CATLOS

Officer responded the above location for a 
speak to officer report. Complainant 
advised he wanted pictures taken of his 
injuries from a prior report that occurred on 
Friday. Photo's were taken and will be 
passed on to the officer handling the 
incident.




Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20176344
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Obstructed Roadway
S BROADWAY AVE / E EUCLID STREET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Report of a manhole cover in the roadway 
on South Broadway. Area was checked, 
and the manhole was found at the corner of 
Euclid and South Broadway. It was put back 
into place.




Lt Shafer




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Incident #: 20176343
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Accident Private Property
2388 E STATE ST


Unit # 2 Driver / RO  KATHERINE 
HERGENRODER 

Unit # 1  Driver / RO TERRY MUSSER 


Officer responded to Wendy's parking lot for 
a motor vehicle accident with no injuries 
reported. Unit # 2 hit Unit # 1 as Unit # 1 
was backing out of a parking space. Unit # 
2 was towed by Kaiser Towing.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176340
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Intoxicated Driver
239 W STATE ST


Officers on patrol responded to a reported 
intoxicated driver on W State St. traveling 
east into the city. Officer located the vehicle 
committing a moving violation in the area of 
W State St. and Jennings Ave. Officers 
stopped the vehicle and found the driver to 
be impaired. 

The driver was taken into custody and 
transported on station for processing. 

Sinsley's towing removed the vehicle from 
the roadway. 

The driver was charged and released to a 
sober responsible party.


Arrested: Donald J. Hall of 6197 Adams Rd. 
Rodgers Ohio 44455
Charge(s): OVI, Speed 38125, open 
container CCMC date of 9-7-17



Ptl. M. Garber 



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Monday, September 04, 2017
04:29 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176334
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Civil Matter
185 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: LINDA POWELL

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
East 5th St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that a 
family member had taken some decorations 
from the house without her permission. 
After speaking with the complainant officers 
advised her that the matter was civil in 
nature.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20176337
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Neighbor Dispute
1177 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: JEFFREY BROWNLEE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported neighbor 
dispute. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised he is 
having issues with the neighbor's children 
being in his yard. Complainant advised his 
wife made contact with the neighbor and a 
verbal dispute occurred. 

Officers advised both sides to cease all 
further contact and to call the police if future 
problems arise.



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20176331
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to assist Ohio State Patrol. 
Officer assist the Trooper with the OVI.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20176314
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Suspicious Activity
326 MORGAN CT 

Complainant: DAVID BEDELL

Officer responded to the 300 block of 
Morgan Ct. for a report of suspicious 
activity. The complainant advised officer 
that an unfamiliar vehicle stopped at his 
neighbors mailbox and got the mail. 

Officer was not able to make contact with 
the homeowner. Officer contacted the home 
owner's cell phone and left a message.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176317
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
2101 MONROE ST 

Officer responded to the 2000 and 2100 
blocks of Monroe St. for a complaint of 
several illegally parked vehicles.

Officer was not able to locate the owners of 
the vehicles. Officer issued each vehicle a 
parking ticket.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20176320
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Traffic Offense
2203 E STATE ST


Officers conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location for a turn signal 
violation. The driver of the vehicle was 
asked to step out and was checked for 
weapons. 

Officers located a small red pill container in 
the drivers left front pants pockets. The pill 
container had several different pills located 
inside of it. The container was confiscated 
by officers on scene. 

The driver did give verbal consent to search 
the vehicle. Officer had the passenger step 
out of the vehicle and he was also checked 
for weapons. 

Both occupants stood by with another 
officer while a search of the vehicle was 
conducted. Officers did not locate anything 
else illegal inside the vehicle.

The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the violation and was advised to respond to 
this station with the proper prescription for 
the pills located inside the red container. 
The driver had all the proper prescription for 
the pills located in the red container besides 
one. The pill in question was taken for 
evidence and will be sent to the lab for 
testing. Charges pending.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20176321
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
192 W PERSHING ST


While on patrol officer did observe a 
suspicious vehicle / parking complaint. 
Officer did make contact with the owner of 
the vehicle at a nearby residence.

 The owner did give consent to search the 
vehicle. 

Upon completion officer cleared and the 
vehicle was moved.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176323
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Underage Consumption
VINE AVE / E FIFTH ST


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for traffic violations. 
During the stop officer made contact with 
two juvenile occupants who were found to 
be intoxicated. Both juveniles were taken 
into custody for Delinquency and were 
taken to the Salem Police station. 
Both juveniles were later released to a 
parent/guardian.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176325
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer did assist OSHP with an OVI test at 
the police station. Officer assisted and then 
cleared.




Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20176328
Date: Sunday, September 3,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
500 BLOCK OF E Third St.


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a traffic violation in 
the 500 block of E Third St.

During the stop the K9 officer did respond 
and K9 Simon did show alert behavior. A 
probable cause search did yield drug 
paraphernalia inside the vehicle. During the 
course of the investigation the driver did 
tamper with and destroy evidence later field 
tested to be a narcotic. 

The driver, Audrey L Wylie, was taken into 
custody and charged with Possession of 
Drug Paraphernalia and Tampering with 
evidence.


Arrested: Audrey L Wylie
Address: 10460 N Palmyra Rd N. Jackson, 
OH 44451
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Tampering with Evidence



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176324
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Fire 
2488 E STATE ST 


Report of a utility pole on fire near Jalisco's 
restaurant. 

Upon arrival, pole was on fire. PD and FD 
blocked traffic until Ohio Edison crews 
arrived. Top of the pole did burn through 
and the upper part fell onto the wires. 

Due to the amount of damage to the pole 
and the manpower needed, State St was 
shut down from Continental Dr to 
Cunningham Rd.




Lt. Shafer




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Sunday, September 03, 2017
07:52 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176315
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Solicitor(s)
252 E FIFTH ST


Officer checked for a solicitor 
going door to door attempting to 
sell electricity in the 200 blk of 
E. Fifth St. 

Officer arrived and located said 
female at 418 talking to the 
resident from the porch. I talked 
with her on the sidewalk and 
advised her it was not permitted to 
solicit within the city without a 
permit. She did not have a city 
issued permit. 

She called her boss and stated she 
would meet him for a ride and not 
knock on any more doors.



Banar901



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lncident #: 20176308
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Assault
1220 FRANKLIN AVE


Police responded tot the above 
address for an assault report. 

Upon arrival officer spoke with the 
complainant and others involved. 
The complainant advised she was 
staying at a friends house and the 
home owners had gotten into a 
dispute of phone text messages. The 
complainant advised she was worried 
for her friend so she called the 
police and while doing so the male 
individual involved in the dispute 
tried to stop the complainant by 
grabbing her phone and causing 
redness to her chest and neck area 
from grabbing it. 

Police spoke with the mother of the 
female complainant and advised her 
what had happened and explained to 
her the process of furthering 
anything criminally. Police 
cleared.



Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20176311
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: GLEN 

Police responded to the above 
address for a grive off. 

Upon arrival it was advised that a 
hummer pumped $30.06 worth of gas 
and did not pay for it. The gas 
station was able to give officers a 
name of who it was. 

Police made contact with the 
individual and advised him of the 
incident. The individual advised 
that he would go in and make the 
proper payment and that it was an 
accident.



Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20176312
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
AssaIult
637 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: KIMBERLY MORGAN

Officer responded to the 600 block 
of North Lincoln for a reported 
assault. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant and one of the persons 
involved. They stated that there 
had been a juvenile at the 
residence who had refused to leave 
when asked to do so. The 
complainant stated further there 
had been a physical altercation and 
that the juvenile had then left and 
went home. 

Officers advised the persons of 
there options for dealing with the 
situation. Officers did later speak 
with the juveniles mother who was 
also advised of the options for 
dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20176313
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Harassment

Complainant: ASHLEY BADDELEY

Police took a report on station of 
harassment. It was advised from the 
complainant that the harassment 
occurred on 9-1-17 but has been an 
on going matter for quite sometime. 
The complainant advised that her 
and her daughter was at the Salem 
Football game on 9-1-17 and a 
female individual they know was 
screaming at them and grabbed the 
complainants daughter by the 
sweatshirt and spun her around and 
started yelling at her. the 
complainant advised the reason she 
did not file a report the night it 
happened was because she just 
wanted to get her kids home. 

Officer advised a report would be 
on file and to continue documenting 
the harassment.



Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20176307
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
849 E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

ARA CASTELUCCI, JAMES W 2850 FORCE 
RD SHREVE, OH 44676 9151

Officers responded to the 800 block 
of E Third St for a loud persons 
complaint. The subjects were inside 
a vehicle and were advised to keep 
the noise level down. 

When identifying the subjects, the 
male subject was found to have a 
warrant out of Stark County and was 
taken into custody. The male 
subject was transported to Alliance 
and was released into Stark County 
Sheriffs Office custody.


Charged: James W. Castelucci
Address: 2850 Force Rd, Shreve, 
Ohio 44676
Charge: Warrant for FTA - Domestic 
Violence



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20176306
Date: Saturday, September 2,2017
Intoxicated Driver 
S MADISON AVE / E PERSHING

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle 
on S. Madison Ave. near E State St. 
for several equipment violations. 
Officer found the driver to be 
impaired and placed him under 
arrest for OVI. 

The driver was transported on 
station, processed, charged and 
released to a sober ride. Officer 
cleared without incident.


Arrested: Desmond M. Page of 771 Y2 
N Lincoln Ave. Salem Oh 44460
Charge: OVI CCMC date of 9-5-17



Ptl. M. Garber 



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lncident #: 20176305
Date: Saturday, September 2, 2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
664 E SIXTH ST 3


Complainant: Mlchael McCallister

Officer responded to the 600 block 
of E 6th St for a report of phone 
harassment. 

Officer did contact the other 
subject involved and advised her to 
cease contact with the complainant.


Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176302
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Traffic Offense
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Officer on patrol initiated a 
traffic stop with the accused 
vehicle for an equipment violation 
in the 1100 block of E State St. 

Upon speaking to the driver of the 
vehicle it was found that he had 
been driving under suspension. The 
driver of the vehicle was 
subsequently issued a citation for 
Driving Under Suspension (ORC 
4510.11) and was given a verbal 
warning for Plate Light Required 
with a mandatory court date of 
09/05/2017 at CCMC.

K9 Simon was deployed on the 
vehicle and did indicate the 
presence of narcotic odor emanating 
from the vehicle, Officers then 
searched the vehicle but nothing 
was found.

The vehicle was left on private 
property with the business's 
permission.


Name: Richard A Holbrook
Address: 340 N Ellsworth Ave, 
Salem, Ohio, 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension 
(ORC 4510.11)



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176300
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Fight
500 BLOCK OF E THIRD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


While on patrol in the 500 block of 
E Third St officer was flagged down 
regarding a fight that occurred. 
Officer did make contact with all 
involved. 

The victim of the assault declined 
to pursue charges. All subjects 
were advised to go their separate 
ways.




Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176293
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Intoxicated Person
200 BLOCK OF N LUNDY


Officer on patrol observed an 
intoxicated subject in the roadway 
in the 200 block of N. Lundy Ave. 
Officer summoned medical assistance 
for the subject and cited him for 
intoxicated person in the roadway. 
Officer cleared without incident.

Cited: Matthew J. Crowl of 36048 SR 
30 Lisbon Ohio 44432
Charge: MM intoxicated in the 
roadway CCMC date 9-7-17



Ptl. M. Garber 




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Incident #: 20176294
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Assault
2051 OAK ST

Complainant: SHIRLEY CATLOS

Officers responded to the 2000 
block of Oak St for a report of an 
assault. The complainant advised 
that the male subject had struck 
both female subjects at the 
residence. 

The female subject had visible 
marks on her chest and pictures 
were taken of the injury. The 
complainant stated the male was 
recently released from the hospital 
and was having mental health 
issues. 

Officers spoke with the male 
subject who had several visible 
injuries on his person. The male 
subject stated that both female 
subjects attempted to take his bank 
card away from him. He attempted to 
leave the residence and was struck 
by the female subject. 

The male subject was transported to 
Salem Regional Medical Center for a 
head injury. The female subjects 
both wrote voluntary written 
statements about the incident. This 
matter is currently under 
investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176297
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Assist Other Agency
1011 LIBERTY ST 

Complainant: LILLIAN BALSEY

Officer responded to the 1000 block 
of Liberty St for a report of 
suspicious activity. The 
complainant advised that someone 
was shining a flash light in a 
neighbors garage. 

Upon arrival it was found that the 
incident was in Perry Townships 
jurisdiction. Perry Township was 
notified but officer did check the 
residence and found everything to 
be okay. Officer also made contact 
with a resident of the home.




Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20176288
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Suspicious Activity
HAWLEY AVE / E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the area of 
Hawley Ave. and E. Sixth St. for a 
report of fishing line strung 
across the roadway from pole to 
pole. Officer cut the line from the 
poles and disposed of it.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176290
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
200 BLOCK OF HAWLEY AVE


While on patrol officer did 
initiate a traffic stop with a 
vehicle for an equipment violation 
in the 200 block of Hawley Ave. 
During the stop the K9 officer did 
respond and K9 Simon was deployed. 
K9 Simon did alert to the presence 
of narcotic odor. 

A probable cause search did yield 
marijuana and the driver of the 
vehicle was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for the 
marijuana. 

The driver was also given a written 
warning for the initial violation 
and officer cleared.



Cited: Daniel W. Haschak
Address: 427 Pearl St Leetonia, OH 
44431
Charge: (MM) Possession of 
Marijuana




Ptl D Beeson




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Saturday, September 02, 2017
08:48 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176280
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Assist Other Agency


Officer assisted Columbiana County DTF 
on a traffic stop. The stop was conducted 
and the investigation finished.

Officer cleared.



Ptl Z Sanford



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lncident #: 20176282
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
181 N HOWARD AVE


ARA GOUDY, ASHLEY N 12205 Goshen 
Rd 21 7 SALEM, OH 44460

Officer on patrol observed a female sitting 
in a Jeep at the Highlander Laundromat on 
N. Howard. I did feel there was an active 
arrest warrant for said female in the Jeep. 
Officer approached the vehicle owner and 
asked him on who the female was and he 
hesitated. Officer made his way to the 
female who was sitting in the passenger 
side.

Female would not answer simple questions 
to her name or SSN. She was ultimately 
identified and taken into custody and 
transported to Salem PD, booked and later 
turned over to a Columbiana County 
Deputy.

arrested: Ashley Goudy-Mehno
LKA 12205 Goshen RD lot 21 7
Salem, OH 44460
arrest # 17-1 043 parole violation / fail to 
appear in trafficking in counterfeit drugs.



Ptl. Banar901




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Incident #: 20176284
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Recovered Bicycle
434 W STATE ST 


FD responded to the 400 block of W. State 
St. to recover a bicycle that was left near a 
residence. The bicycle was brought back to 
the PD and placed in the departments 
recovered bicycles.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176285
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Harassment
1382 S LINCOLN AVE 2


Complainant:  MARJORIE MOSER

Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
South Lincoln for a report of harassment. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
she had been getting unwanted phone calls 
from a family member. 

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176277
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Ambulance Needed
240 W TWELFTH ST


Officers along with the Salem Fire Dept. 
First Responders and KLG Ambulance 
responded to 240 W. 12th St. for a medical 
emergency. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by with medical 
personnel while they tended to a female 
subject. Officers gathered information from 
family members on scene. An elderly adult 
female was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176276
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation 
605 DEMING ST


Officer on patrol in the 600 block of Deming 
St observed a vehicle parked in the front 
yard of a residence. Officer placed a red 
warning tag on the vehicle to advise the 
owner that the vehicle parked in the front 
yard is in violation of a city parking 
ordinance. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20176275
Date: Friday, September 1,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
711 PROSPECT ST


Officer on patrol in the 700 block of 
Prospect St observed a vehicle parked in 
the front yard of a residence.

Officer placed a red warning tag on the 
vehicle to advise the owner of the parking 
violation and cleared.




Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20176263
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART 


UNIT# 2 Driver/Owner NANCY ALTENHOF 


UNIT# 1 Driver/Owner PATRICA 
RANDOLPH 



Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle private property accident. 
Unit## 1 was parked in the parking lot in 
row 6, Unit#2 was traveling northbound in 
row 6 when Unit# 1 backed out of the 
parking spot and struck Unit# 2. There were 
no injuries to either driver, both vehicles had 
minor damage and were driven from the 
scene.



Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Incident #: 20176274
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Loud Persons
636 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant:  ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police were summoned to the 600 block of 
Jennings Ave. in reference to loud persons. 

Upon making contact and speaking with the 
host, officers advised him of the 
complainant and the television was turned 
down and he advised he would have the 
guests be quieter. Officers then cleared.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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lncident #: 20176272
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Speak To Officer
243 E STATE ST

Complainant:  Judson Sanor,

Officers spoke with the complainant over a 
civil issue involving an eviction notice 
issued by the Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Office. Complainant stated that his eviction 
notice advised that he must be out of the 
residence by September 7, 2017. However, 
complainant advised that his land lord was 
presently inside his residence removing his 
belongings and had already changed the 
locks. 

Officers spoke with the land lord who stated 
that hewas advised by the Sheriffs Office 
that he was allowed to change the locks 
and remove the complainant's belongings. 
Officers contacted the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office who advised that there was 
a mix up with the date that was placed on 
the eviction notice. The land lord was 
requested by the Sheriff's Office to honor 
the eviction notice date and allow the 
complainant to remain at his residence until 
September 7, 2017. 

The complainant was advised of the mix up 
and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20176271
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Ambulance Needed

Complainant:  JACKIE

Police responded to the bridge on W. State 
St. The complainant stated that a male 
subject may have jumped over the side 
while walking westbound. The complainant 
did not advise were at on the bridge the 
male jumped from. Police and FD searched 
the area under the bridge and nobody was 
found. Officers cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176270
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
933 N ELLSWORTH AVE


ARA CRAMER, DALE A 933 N 
ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
1533


Police responded to the 900 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave in an attempt to make contact 
with a male subject with a warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriffs Dept. Officers 
were able to make contact with the subject 
at his residence. That subject was taken 
into custody and transported to the Police 
Dept. processing. 

The male was later released to a 
Columbiana County Sheriffs Dept. Deputy 
and transported to the jail.


Dale A. Cramer
933 N. Ellsworth Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Warrant- Fraud- Insufficient Funds / Checks




Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176269
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
S LINCOLN AVE
Date: Thursday, 

Complainant:  CARLY ELLIS

Officers responded to the 500 block of S 
Lincoln Ave in reference to a disabled motor 
vehicle. Due to the close proximity of the 
complainant's residence, officers were able 
to help push the complainant's vehicle back 
to her driveway. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Friday, September 01, 2017
08:53 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176250
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Possible Scam
2279 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: RICHARD LOBDELL

The complainant contacted this department 
to report mail he received that appeared to 
be a scam. 

He advised that he received a letter from an 
individual stating that he wanted to buy the 
complainants house. The letter stated that 
the individual would pay cash and no other 
outside agencies would be used. 

Officer followed up with the return address 
and it returned to the UPS store on E. State 
St., which is where customer mailboxes are 
located as well. The complainant later found 
out that a neighbor received a similar letter 
but from another name.

The incident does clearly appear to be a 
scam and the complainant advised that he 
would not contact the individual.




Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176251
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
326 W SECOND ST 


Complainant: ROBERT SCOTT

Officers responded to the above location for 
multiple vehicles parked in a private parking 
lot. Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated six vehicles were parked in the 
businesses parking lot from the chevy 
dealer ship next door. 

Officers checked the vehicles they 
appeared to be dropped off sometime last 
night. 

The complainant didn't want the vehicles 
towed just wanted the dealer ship not to 
park their vehicles in their parking lot.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176252
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Accident No lnjuly Reported
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
VENTRA



Unit#2 Driver/ HOLLY DELUCIA, Owner 
JASON HALL

Unit#l Driver/Owner CASTELUCCI 
RICHARD ANTHON



PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT


The driver of Unit#l was attempting to back 
out of a parking space when he backed into 
Unit#2 who was attempting to leave the 
parking lot. The driver of Unit#2 advised the 
same as Unit#l and minor damage was 
observed to the left rear of Unit#l and left 
side of Unit#2 at the time of the accident.



Ptl Miller





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lncident #: 20176253
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
1894 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: JOY TULLIS


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damaging to a motor 
vehicle. Officers spoke with the complainant 
who stated sometime overnight unknown 
subject(s) shattered the back window of 
their vehicle.




Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176254
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
1364 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: NANElTE TOMAINO,  
YOUNGSTOWN, OH 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle break-in. Officers 
spoke with the complainant who stated that 
an unknown subject(s) entered their 
unlocked vehicle overnight and removed 
several items from the vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176255
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Assist Other Agency
2401 E STATE ST A


Complainant: Goshen Twp PD

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist Goshen PD with locating a male 
subject who left his residence sometime this 
morning without checking with his family. 
Officers located the male subject and stood 
by until Goshen Officers arrived on scene.



Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Incident #: 20176256
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Harassment
1386 S LINCOLN AVE 2


Complainant: ROSEMARY SOX


Report of a harassment at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
her daughter has been calling and 
harassing her over personal issues since 
she got out of the hospital. 

Complainant advised that she just wanted 
the incident documented in case there is 
any further problems.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20176257
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1125 E STATE ST

ARA REITZ, ANNETTE L 131 5 E State St 
SALEM, OH 44460

This department was requested to check a 
residence within the city for a female with 
an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. While enroute to the residence, this 
officer observed a female matching the 
description as the wanted individual. 

Contact was made with her in the 1100 blk 
of E. State St. and it was confirmed that she 
was the wanted female. The female, 
identified as Annette L. Reitz, was placed 
into custody and transported to this 
department for processing. She was then 
picked up by a CCSO deputy and 
transported to the county jail.



Arrested: Warrant
Annette L. Reitz 1315 E. State St.
1. Illegal use of supplemental benefit 
program 291 3.46(6) F5
2. Theft 2913.02A2 F5
3. Theft 2913.02A2 M1



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176260
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Harassment 
1518 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: HANNA MORAN

The complainant responded to this 
department to report harassment via social 
media. She advised that she had to block 
instagram messages from a female known 
to her, due to her constantly receiving 
messages. She stated that the female in 
question is now putting inappropriate 
pictures on instagram. 

The pictures are not of the complainant, but 
the comments the female is making are 
depicting them of being the complainant. 

Contact will be attempted with the female to 
have the problems resolved.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176264
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Theft
1166 BENTON RD


Complainant: STACY BETTURA

Officer responded to 1166 Benton Rd. to 
speak with the complainant regarding a 
resident having his bank account 
compromised by a possible family member. 

Information was obtained and the matter is 
under further investigation.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176265
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST


Complainant: GAS SMITH OIL

Report of a drive off at the above address. 
Upon arrival, the employee advised that a 
Red Ford F150 had pumped $10.00 worth 
of gas and then left without paying. 

Officers checked the area for the vehicle 
and were unable to locate the vehicle.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20176268
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Speak To Officer
1007 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: ANDREA BADDELEY

The complainant responded to this 
department to report that she and her ex 
boyfriend separated over a year ago.

She advised that he is still continuously 
using her address as his own even though 
he hasn't lived there in over a year. She 
stated that she is still receiving his mail 
among other things and it is becoming a 
problem. 

The complainant was also going to advise 
the post office of the issue.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20176249
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND


While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
parked inside of Centennial Park during 
restricted hours. Officer made contact with 
the driver who was identified as a local cab 
driver who had stopped for a brief break. 

Officer advised the individual of the park 
hours and he departed without incident. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20176248
Date: Thursday, August 31,2017
Assist Other Agency
SR 62 / SMITH GOSHEN ROAD

Complainant: GOSHEN TWP, POLICE 


K9 Simon was requested by Goshen PD on 
US 62 at Smith-Goshen Rd. K9 Simon was 
deployed and assisted in the apprehension 
of occupants in the vehicle and officer 
cleared after no longer being needed.



Ptl. M. Garber




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lncident #: 20176247
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Recovered Stolen Vehicle
WATERWORTH PARK / SUNSET


ARA HILL, JEDEDIAH JAMES 347 
BROOKFIELD AVE YOUNGSTOWN, OH 
44512

Police observed a suspicious vehicle in the 
north parking lot of Memorial Park. 

Upon making contact police found it to be 
occupied by a male subject. 

Upon checking the registration through 
LEADS police found that the vehicle was 
reported as stolen out of Akron. The driver 
was taken into custody and charged with 
receiving stolen property and incarcerated 
in the Columbiana County Jail. 

The vehicle was towed by Kaiser Towing to 
be released to the rental company who 
reported it stolen.

arrestee:
Jedediah James Hill
347 Brookfield Ave.
Youngstown, Ohio 44512
charge: Receiving stolen property F-4




Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176244
Date: Wednesday,  August 30,2017
Suspicious Activity


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officers responded to the area of the 
Broadway Plaza on E. Second St. after the 
female complainant called to report she 
overheard a group of juveniles talking about 
'jumping somebody. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with 
several juveniles who advised that they had 
a verbal altercation with some other 
subjects who left the area.

Officers also made contact with two 
subjects in the Speedway lot who also 
reported a verbal altercation. No physical 
violence occurred and officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20176243
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
MIS- Harassment
406 FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: PATRICK TONEY,  NILES, 
OH 44446


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin St for a report of harassment. 
Officers spoke with the complainant (a 
tenant of the apartment building) who 
advised that a female tenant who previously 
lived in the building had since moved to a 
different location. Another female who was 
not a tenant had reportedly brought some 
belongings to the residence prior to other 
female moving out, and was surprised to 
find that property had been placed outside 
of the residence by the complainant per 
instruction of the landlord who lives out of 
state.

The female individual was reportedly upset 
that her property was placed outside and 
had been yelling at the complainant, but 
she reportedly gathered two boxes of her 
own belongings and departed before 
officers arrived.

Officer advised the complainant that the 
incident would be documented and to call 
the police if the female individual returned 
and caused further problems. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20176241
Date: Wednesday,  August 30,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
838 PROSPECT ST C


Complainant: DENISE LANDFRIED

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Prospect St in regards to a burglary in 
progress. 

Complainant advised that she heard 
someone walking around in the upstairs 
portion of her residence. 

Officers entered the residence to check for 
possible intruders but, after checking the 
residence nobody was located inside. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20176238
Date: Wednesday,  August 30,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
286 OHIO AVE


Officer responded to 286 Ohio Ave. for a 
report of a dispute. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with a female, 
Kayla Grubb who advised that she was 
currently in the process of moving out of 
286 Ohio Ave. She reports that on 
yesterday's date of 8/29/2017 a female 
neighbor from 290 Ohio Ave. was present in 
her residence and believes stole her 
medication that was prescribed to her. 

Ms. Grubb reports that the next door 
neighbor had told her that she was going to 
take her medication to sell it for cigarettes. 

Officer did speak with the next door 
neighbor who denied the allegations. Ms. 
Grubb was adamant that the female stole 
her medication (25pills of Vyvance 40mg) 
but was not able show proof that the female 
stole it. She did report several others in the 
residence as well at the time of her 
medication being stolen. 

Information was gathered and an 
investigation is pending. Officer cleared.




Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176237
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
B&E  Burglary Reported
861 E SIXTH ST


Officers responded to the 800 block of E 
Sixth St in reference to a burglary report. 
Victim advised that at some point during the 
evening, someone had entered her 
residence through an open window while 
she was away. She also stated that she 
believes the intruder to be someone who 
knows her dogs because they would have 
attacked someone that the didn't know. 

Victim advised that the lock on her window 
was broken, the screen was damaged, and 
the light was on in her bedroom when she 
returned home. 

Victim stated that she doesn't believe 
anything was taken but, would advise 
officers if anything comes up missing. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20176236
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Theft
E WOOD AVE


Complainant: JOSEPH BARCEY


Police responded to the 1000 block of 
Homewood Ave for possible idenity theft. 
The complainant advised he was notified by 
his bank that his account was used over 
seas. 

The complainant was advised to bring in a 
copy of his statement for the report as well 
as any other misuses of the account. The 
complainant was also advised to contact 
the fraud department for his bank.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176234
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Intoxicated Person
284 E THIRD ST

Complainant: HELEN HUGHES

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
E Third St in reference to an intoxicated 
person. 

Complainant advised that an intoxicated 
male urinated in the yard next to her 
residence while she was outside with a 
small child. 

Officers made contact with the subject, who 
was back at his residence, and advised him 
of the complaint.

The subject was intoxicated and admitting 
to urinating outside but, advised he didn't do 
it in front of any children.

The subject was advised to cease that 
behavior and to go inside next time. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20176232
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Ambulance Needed

Complainant: JOHNATHAN MCCAULEY,  
NORTON, OH

Complainant on station advising he is 
having some issues and requested to go to 
the hospital for help. 

The Salem F.D. and EMT responded and 
the male subject was transported to the 
Salem E.R. by KLG



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20176231
Date: Wednesday,  August 30,2017
Suspicious Person
N LUNDY AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer was dispatched to the above area in 
regards to a suspicious person report. 
Complainant advised that a male driving a 
black Chevy truck was driving around the 
neighborhood looking for drug dealers who 
recently killed his son. 

Officer responded and checked the area 
but, was unable to locate any vehicles 
matching the description given. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20176230
Date: Wednesday,  August 30,2017
Child Abuse 
490 E EUCLID ST


Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of E 
Euclid Ave in reference to a child abuse 
report. Complainant advised that the 
subject was walking down the street and 
with her son, who is in a wheelchair. 
Complainant advised that he observed the 
subject hit her son in the head. 

Officer made contact with the subject who 
denied striking her son. She advised that 
her son has a mental handicap and she 
was using her hands to keep him from 
striking her.

Officer checked on her son, who did not 
appear to have any injuries. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20176228
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
623 E THIRD ST 2W

Police responded to the 600 block of E. 3rd 
St for a dispute. The complainant advised 
that her boyfriend and his son are in a 
verbal argument thats quickly becoming 
aggressive. When officers arrived the 
juvenile had already left the scene. The 
complainant and her boyfriend both advised 
that nothing physical had occured between 
the two. Officers then cleared without 
incident.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20176227
Date: Wednesday,  August 30,2017
Mental / Disturbed Person
2300 E STATE ST

Report of a Mentally Disturb female subject 
locked inside of her car at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the female 
individual and after several attempts to calm 
her and get her out of her car, she was 
eventually physically removed from her 
vehicle by officers. 

The female subject was placed into the 
back of the EMT ambulance and 
transported to the Salem E.R. where she 
was pinked slipped for her behavior.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176226
Date: Wednesday,  August 30,2017
Harassment
293 N UNION AVE 1

Complainant: LINDA LAUGHLIN

Police responded to the 200 block of N. 
Union Ave for harassment.

The complainant advised that her daughter 
is getting messages from her EX'S parents. 
The complainant advised it has continued 
for sometime now. 

Police then attempted to make contact with 
the parents for further investigation.



Ptl Osberg



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Thursday, August 31, 2017
07:40 AM -0500

SALEM POLICE INCIDENTS POSTED ON 
WESTERN RESERVE  NEWS AUGUST 
31, 2017


lncident #: 20176215
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Suspicious Activity
1240 N CUNNINGHAM RD
MOTEL

Complainant: SHAWNEE ROHR

Officer responded to the 200 block of N 
Cunningham Rd in regards to a suspicious 
activity report. Officer arrived on scene and 
spoke to the male complainant who advised 
that he had been walking when he believed 
a black vehicle had been following him. The 
male complainant was unable to provide 
officers with any further description of the 
vehicle. 

Officers checked the area for the vehicle 
but were unable to locate.




Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20176216
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Assist Other Agency
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN

Officer did assist OSHP with a traffic stop 
on S Lincoln Ave. Officer assisted and 
cleared.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176217
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
536 CEDAR ST 

Complainant: JACKIE PIRONE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a possible burglary in progress. 
Complainant advised an alarm indicating 
someone was attempting to enter her 
residence went off. 

Upon arrival, officers checked the residence 
and did not locate anything signs of 
attempted entry. The complainant was 
made aware of officers findings.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176218
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Drug Overdose
861 E SIXTH ST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an overdose. 

Upon arrival, the subject was laying in the 
front yard conscious and talking. 

The complainant, who is the subjects 
girlfriend stated that her boyfriend took 
around 32 xanax and drank close to a full 
bottle of liquor. 

FD and First Responders arrived on scene 
and the subject was transported to Salem 
ER for medical attention.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176219
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Road Rage

Officer responded to the area of E State St 
and Lincoln Ave in regards to a report of 
road rage. 

Officer checked the area for the vehicle 
described but was unable to locate any 
vehicles matching the description.




Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20176226
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Harassment
293 N UNION AVE 

Complainant: LINDA LAUGHLIN

Police responded to the 200 block of N. 
Union Ave for harassment. The complainant 
advised that her daughter is getting 
messages from her EX'S parents. The 
complainant advised it has continued for 
sometime now. 

Police then attempted to make contact with 
the parents for further investigation.




Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176222
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
N UNION AVE / E NINTH ST

Unit#l Owner KIMBERLY STRABALA 


HIT SKIP ACCIDENT

Unit#l was legally parked in the 800 block of 
N. Union when an unknown vehicle had 
knocked the drivers side mirror of the Unit-
1. All information was gathered and the 
owner was given the report number for his 
insurance company.




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176228
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
623 E THIRD ST 2W 

Complainant: MISTY PRATER

Police responded to the 600 block of E. 3rd 
St for a dispute. The complainant advised 
that her boyfriend and his son are in a 
verbal argument thats quickly becoming 
aggressive. 

When officers arrived the juvenile had 
already left the scene. 

The complainant and her boyfriend both 
advised that nothing physical had occured 
between the two. 

Officers then cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20176220
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
WOODLAND AVE / MAPLE ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
multiple vehicles parked in a temporary no 
parking zone due to street repaving. 
Officers were able to locate all but one of 
the owners for the vehicles. 

Only one vehicle was towed from the 
roadway by Sinsley's Towing.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20176221
Date: Wednesday, August 30,2017
911 Hang-Up Call
285 W PERSHING ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a 91 1 hang up call. Officers made contact 
with a juvenile male who stated he called 
and wanted to report his friends bicycle was 
missing. Officers asked to speak with his 
parents, the male returned with his mother 
who stated that his friends mother probably 
brought the bike in before leaving for work. 

Officers explained to the male juvenile 
about calling 911 in non emergency 
reasons. Officers advised the mother if the 
neighbors daughters bike was taken to call 
the police to file a report.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20176180
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Assault
750 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 700 block of S 
Broadway Ave for an assault. The 
complainant advised that two male subjects 
had gotten into a slight verbal altercation. 
The first male subject then struck the other 
male and then left the business. Officers 
made contact with the male subject outside 
the business and the male subject that was 
still inside the business. First responders 
and an ambulance was called to the scene 
to check on the male subject that was 
struck. 

The victim advised he did not want to 
pursue charges and signed a refusal for 
medical treatment.

The other male subject involved was issued 
a minor misdemeanor citation for disorderly 
conduct and was called a taxi to transport 
him and the other subjects to his residence.


Cited: Shawn D. Ramsey Sr.
Address: 34649 Walnut Ridge Rd., 
Salineville, Ohio 43945
Charge: Disorderly Conduct city ordinance 
509.03 B(2)



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20176181
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Suspicious Activity
l80 ELM AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 40 block of Elm 
Ave in regards to a report of suspicious 
activity. The complainant advised that they 
observed the female subject urinating in 
public. 

Officer arrived on scene and made contact 
with the female in question. The female 
subject advised that she was just organizing 
items in her storage locker.

Officer cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20176182
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Intoxicated Person
750 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB

Officers responded to the 700 block of S 
Broadway Ave for two intoxicated subjects. 
The subjects were advised in a previous 
incident to leave the business and go home. 
The subjects returned to the business and 
were advised that if they did not return to 
their residence immediately they would be 
arrested. 

The subjects entered the taxi and left the 
business.




Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176183
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Domestic In Progress
939 FRANKLIN AVE

ARA FISHER, BOBBI JO 34649 WALNUT 
RDG SALINEVILLE, OH 43945 8763

ARA RAMSEY, SHAWN DALE 34649 
WALNUT RIDGE RD SALINEVILLE, OH 
43945

Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave in regards to a domestic in 
progress. 

Officer arrived on scene and located the 
male and female subject both walking on 
the sidewalk in the 900 block of Franklin 
Ave. Officers spoke to both parties who 
both advised that nothing physical had 
occurred and that they were just having a 
verbal altercation. Both subjects were 
issued warnings for Disorderly Conduct 
earlier on this date. 

Both the male and female subject were 
subsequently placed in under arrest for 
Disorderly Conduct- Persisting.

The female subject was directly transported 
to the Columbiana County Jail. The male 
subject was transported back to the Salem 
Police Department for booking and 
processing and was later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Shawn D Ramsey Sr
Address: 34649 Walnut Ridge Rd. 
Salineville, OH, 43945
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (2917.11 (B)
(2))


Arrested: Bobbi J Fisher
Address: 34649 Walnut Ridge Rd. 
Salineville, OH, 43945
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (2917.11 (B)
(2))




Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176185
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Dog At Large
688 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: MINDY BROWN

Officer took a report at the above location 
for a dog at large. 

Upon arrival the complainant had the dog 
secured.

Officer contacted animal control who came 
out and took the dog. It will be at her place 
of business on Prospect St. to await its 
owner.




Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20176200
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Shoplifter(s) 
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET 


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officer responded to Walmart to take a 
report of a theft. Walmart Asset Protection 
advised officer that a male subject stole 
$81.52 worth of merchandise on 8/28/17. 

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176199
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officer responded to Walmart to take a 
report of a theft. Walmart Asset Protection 
advised officer that a male subject stole 
over $1,000 worth of merchandise on 
8/6/17. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176201
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Identity Theft 
1048 E THIRD ST


Complainant: DON PAULIN

Officer responded to the 1000 block of E 
Third St for an identify theft report. The 
complainant advised a company used their 
bank account to make an unauthorized 
purchase. 

The bank was already contact about the 
incident and they needed a police report on 
file.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20176203
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY

Officer responded to the 900 block of E 
State St for a report of a theft. Officer spoke 
to the complainant who advised that a male 
pumped $25.00 worth of fuel before leaving 
without rendering payment. 

The complainant was issued a report 
number.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176204
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
220 S UNION AVE


Complainant: LORI RUSYN

Officers responded to the 200 block of S 
Union Ave for a breaking and entering 
report. The complainant advised she did not 
know when the incident occurred but 
noticed her window was open in the back of 
her residence. 

She advised that her son noticed several 
items missing a couple of days ago but did 
not report it. She advised several other 
items were taken from the home. 

Officers took pictures of the entry point to 
the home and advised her to contact the PD 
if she noticed anything else missing. 

This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20176207
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Officers responded to the above location for 
a verbal dispute. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with a male 
subject who advised the dispute was over 
some rumors from Facebook. The other 
party involved left the area but was located, 
and denied being in the verbal dispute. 

Both parties were advised to not have 
contact.




Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176208
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Theft
623 E THIRD ST 2E


Complainant: RYAN ARMSTRONG

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Third St for a report of a possible theft. The 
complainant advised that he may have left 
his wallet outside and that it went missing 
after another group of people were in the 
area. 

Officer did make contact with the others 
present who did consent to their person 
being searched for the wallet. The subjects 
did not have the wallet.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20176209
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Accidental Damage
866 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Officers responded to the 800 block of SE 
Boulevard for an accidental damage report. 
A vehicle had swerved off the roadway and 
struck a mailbox. The vehicle left the scene 
prior to officers arrival and headed 
westbound on SE Boulevard. 

Officers took pictures of the damage and 
attempted to locate the vehicle.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20176210
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
OVI Arrest
100 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY

ARA BRANDON, JOSEPH L 441 
CONTINENTAL DR 14 SALEM, OH 44460

Officers initiated traffic stop in the 100 block 
of S Broadway Ave for a stop sign violation. 

The driver of the vehicle was found to be 
impaired and administered field sobriety. 
The subject was then taken into custody for 
OVI and
transported to the Police Station. 

The vehicle was towed by Sinsley's towing 
from the scene. 

The subject was processed, booked, and 
issued a citation for OVI and stop sign 
violation. 

The male subject was called a taxi to take 
him to his residence inside the city.



Cited: Joseph L. Brandon Jr.
Address: 441 Continental Dr, Apt. 14, 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19Al a and 
4511.19A2b, Failure to obey traffic control 
device (stop sign) 4511.12A




Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 2017621
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Speak To Officer

Complainant: Judson Sanor

Officer spoke to male subject on station in 
regards to a civil issue. The complainant 
advised that he had recently been evicted 
from his residence, and he came home to 
find that there were new locks on his doors. 

Officer made contact with Columbiana 
County Sheriffs Office who advised that 
they had been at the residence on this date 
and changed the locks.

Officer advised the male subject that he 
would have to contact the Columbiana 
County Sheriffs Office and resolve the issue 
with them.




Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176212
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Traffic Offense
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer on patrol performed a random 
vehicle registration check through LEADS. 
The registered owner of the vehicle was 
found to have a suspended drivers license. 
Officer was then able to confirm that the 
driver of the vehicle was the registered 
owner. 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with the 
accused vehicle in the 100 block of W State 
St. The driver/registered owner of the 
vehicle was subsequently issued a citation 
for Driving Under Suspension - Twelve 
Point (ORC 4510.037J) and was given a 
mandatory court date of 09/05/2017 at 
CCMC.

Officer also confiscated the vehicle's license 
plates per request of the BMV.

The driver of the vehicle did give officers 
consent to search the vehicle, officers then 
performed a search of the vehicle but 
nothing of significance was found.

The vehicle was removed from the scene 
by Sinsley's Towing per request of the 
registered owner.


Cited: Jennifer N Whaley
Address: 22 Maplewood Dr. Columbiana, 
Ohio, 44408
Charge: Driving Under Suspensiot+Twelve 
Point (ORC 4510.037J)




Ptl C Walla




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Wednesday, August 30, 2017
08:28 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176188
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Loud Music From MV
520 E THIRD ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
East 3rd St for a report of loud music from a 
vehicle. 

On arrival officers checked the area and 
could not locate any violations. Officers did 
speak with a man in the area who was 
working on a vehicle that had matched the 
description given. Officers spoke with the 
man who stated that he had been working 
on the vehicles audio system. Officers 
advised the man of the complaint then 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176191
Date: Tuesday,  August 29,2017
Recovered Bicycle
2307 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the 2300 block of 
East State St for a report of a recovered 
bicycle. Officers had the FD respond to the 
scene so they could transport the bike to 
the station. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20176193
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Neighbor Dispute
342 ROOSEVELT AVE


Complainant: Bobby Warner

Officer responded to the 300 block of 
Roosevelt Ave. to take a report of a 
neighbor dispute. The complainant advised 
officer that he and one of his neighbors 
have been having an on going dispute for 
the past three years.

The complainant advised officer that his 
neighbor caused damage to his vehicle and 
comes onto his property antagonising him. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J .Brooks



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lncident #: 20176196
Date: Tuesday, August 29,2017
Suspicious Person
578 E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
Third St. for a report of several subjects 
outside being loud and using profanity as 
school children were being let off the bus. 
Officers advised the subjects of the 
complaint and advised them to be 
courteous of the school children and others 
in the area.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20176178
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Suspicious Vehicle 
230 CONTINENTAL DR 3


Complainant: ANGELINA WELCH,  
WATERFORD, NY 12188

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious vehicle. 
Complainant stated while she was walking 
home she believed the vehicle in question 
was following her. Complainant could only 
describe the vehicle as red. 

Officer gave the complainant a transport to 
a friends residence on Lexington Ave.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20176176
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
311 NEWGARDEN AVE A


Complainant: CCSO

Officers assisted the CCSO with a warrant 
check in the 300 block of Newgarden Ave. 
Officer assisted the deputy checking the 
residence and were advised by a subject 
the wanted person lived in the basement. 

Officers used K9 Simon for security and 
cleared the basement. Officers cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20176170
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Harassment
589 E THIRD ST


Complainant: NICK SENANEFES


While on scene for a different incident the 
complainant made this officer aware of a 
harassment report.

Complainant advised that there was an 
unknown male driving a black truck making 
threats towards him. 

K9 Simon was on scene for the prior 
incident, and did indicate to the odor of 
narcotic on a bicycle that the complainant 
had possession of while walking through 
the parking lot. A search of a bag that was 
on the bike was conducted but nothing 
illegal was located.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176166
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Accident Private Property
2124 E STATE ST
WALGREENS DRUG STORE

Complainant: WATKINS, RICHARD 

Unit # 1 Driver/Owner LORILEE HOWE 

Unit # 2 Driver/Owner RICHARD WATKINS 


Officer responded to Walgreens parking lot 
for a motor vehicle accident without injury. 
Unit # 1 backed into Unit #2. Officer took 
photos of the damage and provided both 
parties with a copy of the report number.



Ptl. J.Brooks


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Incident #: 20176165
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Suspicious Person
600 BLOCK OF E SECOND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer was flagged down by a resident in 
the 600 block of E 2nd St. and advised of a 
suspicious person. The subject was located 
and advised not to contact or cause 
annoyance and alarm to individuals in the 
public. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20176164
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Possible Scam
1924 MAPLE ST A

Complainant: PATRICIA DIANTONIO

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a possible scam call. The 
complainant stated that the hospital had 
contacted her about winning a vacation. 
She advised that she had not been to the 
hospital and did not provide them with any 
personal information. Officer attempted to 
make contact with phone number provided 
but it was disconnected.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20176163
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
589 E THIRD ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a suspicious vehicle report. Complainant 
advised there were two male sitting in a 
vehicle who appeared to be on drugs. 

Upon arrival, officer located the vehicle and 
observed the two male subject who 
appeared to be passed out. First 
responders were notified. 

Officers were able to make contact with the 
subjects who advised they were just 
sleeping. Both subjects were asked to exit 
the vehicle and
were checked for weapons. Officer located 
knives on both subjects. 

K9 Simon was deployed and did indicate to 
the odor of narcotics. The vehicle was 
searched and a cane was located within 
reach of the driver. The cane had a sword 
like object concealed inside of it. 

The driver was taken into custody for 
carrying a concealed weapon.

Further search of the vehicle was 
conducted and marijuana was located on 
the passenger side of the vehicle.

The passenger was given a MM citation for 
possession by another officer on scene. 
The driver was transported to this station for 
the booking process and later transported 
to county jail by this officer.


ARA- Robert J. Mohr
2105 Burbank Ave Youngstown Ohio 44509
Charge - ccw 

MM Citation - John R. Mohr
174 W. 5th St Salem Ohio 44460
Charge - Possession of Marijuana



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20176162
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Criminal Trespassing
318 S UNION AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the 300 block of S 
Union Ave for a report of possible criminal 
trespassing. The complainant advised that 
juveniles were going in and out of a vacant 
residence. Officer checked the area but the 
juveniles had since left the area. A note was 
left for the zoning department to make sure 
the residence was secured.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20176161
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Animal Complaint
1061 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: VIKI Kearns


Officer responded to the 1000 block of E. 
Third St. for a report of several dogs in the 
back yard of a residence that have been left 
outside for several days and won't stop 
barking. Officer made contact with a female 
subject at the residence and advised her of 
the complaint. The female subject was 
given a verbal warning for the noise 
complainant and advised if officers have to 
return she would be cited.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20176156
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
201 S LINCOLN AVE 
CONVENlENCE STORE

Officer responded to Quaker Village store to 
take a report of a dispute that had taken 
place. 

A store employee advised officer that a 
known male subject came into the store to 
purchase alcohol. The employee advised 
officer that the male subject seen that she 
was working, made several inappropriate 
statements to her and left.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Tuesday, August 29, 2017
08:51 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176158
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
436 E SECOND ST C

Complainant: HOPE CUTLIP

Officers checked a suspicious person that 
may have picked up a juvenile at a bus 
stop. The event appeared suspicious and 
the complainant stopped them as they 
walked east on Third St. from the 400 blk. 
and called police. 

Upon arrival parties were identified and 
after a short investigation it was determined 
that the male did know the boy and the 
father of the boy had asked the man to 
babysit. The parents were working and the 
male was to watch the boy until the parents 
could get home. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20176152
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Accident Private Property
1712 S LINCOLN AVE A B C
SALEM HEADSTART

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Private property accident no OH-1

Officer(s) responded to the 1700 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported two vehicle 
accident on private property.

Unit # 1 had been traveling through the 
parking lot when it was struck by the mirror 
on unit # 2. The driver of unit # 2 stated that 
he had started to back up when his mirror 
touched the bedside on unit # 1. There 
were no reported injuries and no citations 
were issued.


Unit # 1 / owner / William Blythe
driver / Lisa Blythe
vehicle / 2014 Chevy

Unit # 2 / owner / Community Action 
Agency
driver / William Pritchard



Ptl R Keister 



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lncident #: 20176151
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment


Complainant: MELISSA BRINK

Officer took a report on station for 
harassment via social media. The 
complainant advised that her daughter is 
making fake Facebook accounts and 
harassing her. 

Officer advised the complainant that contact 
would be made with the other involved and 
advise her to cease and desist all forms of 
harassment.



Ptl Z Sanford




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lncident #: 20176146
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Fraud
1390 S LINCOLN AVE 5


Complainant: JANET EXLINE

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of fraud. 

Upon arrival, the complainant received a 
letter that contained a check that she was 
instructed to cash. The complainant 
requested to know if it was a scam and 
officer assured her it was.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20176145
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
W PERSHING ST / RAIL ROAD 
CROSSING


Complainant: Driver: RYAN MILLER,  
KENSINGTON, OH 

Owner: SOUTHERN, NORFOLK 


Police responded to the above area for a 
one vehicle accident. It was advised that a 
Norfolk Southern Railroad truck backed into 
an electric poll that was in the area. 

Upon police arrival officer spoke with the 
individual who advised he was attempting to 
back up to load some asphalt and struck 
the poll. Officer advised for Ohio Edison to 
come look at the poll. Also there was 
damage to a plastic poll which was hiding 
electric wiring to a ware house on W. 
Pershing St. 

Officer documented the damaged with 
photographs and issued a report number. 
Officer had dispatch attempt to find a name 
at that address to let them know the poll 
was damaged. Dispatch was unable to do 
so due to no name being listed. 


Officer cleared.



Ptl Z Sanford



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Incident #: 20176143
Date: Monday, August 28,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
327 FAIR AVE 1/2 


Complainant: REX CURTIS

Officer spoke with complainant who advised 
me that a Cavalier had parked on the street 
in the same space since Friday the 25th. 
Officer placed a 48 hr notice warning on the 
window. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20176142
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Suspicious Activity
1374 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to 1374 S. Lincoln Ave. 
for a report of a male subject inside a 
dumpster. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with a male 
subject who was exiting the fenced in area 
around the dumpster. The male subject, 
who does reside at an apartment at 1374 S. 
Lincoln Ave. advised that he accidentally 
threw away his laundry money and was 
looking for it in his trash he had thrown 
away. He was identified and sent on his 
way.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20176141
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Ambulance Needed
156 N MADISON AVE 

Police responded to the 100 block of N. 
Madison in reference to a complaint of 
persons yelling. 

Upon arrival police found that a female 
victim had accidentally slammed her finger 
in the door, causing a small laceration and 
bruising. Salem FD first responders and an 
ambulance arrived to check on the injury. 

Female refused transport to ER advising 
she would transport herself. All personnel 
then cleared.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176139
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Theft 
861 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: WILLIAM HIVELY

Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
Sixth St where the resident reported that 
some person(s) had removed valuables 
from the residence sometime between late 
June and the time of complaint. Officer 
gathered information and will follow up. 


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20176138
Date:Sunday, August 27,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A
COMMUNITY CENTER


Officers responded to the 1000 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave where a syringe had been 
found. Officers disposed of the syringe in a 
sharps container. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20176137
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Speak To Officer


Officers responded to the Circle of Care 
located at 1985 E. Pershing St. to speak 
with male complainant, Virgil Boggess, who 
advised that staff of the facility will not let 
him leave. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that he has been 
a resident at their facility since last Tuesday 
and that he doesn't feel comfortable at their 
facility and thinks that they are going to hurt 
him. Complainant further requested for 
officers to contact an ambulance to be 
transported across the roadway to the 
hospital. 

Offices explained to the complainant that he 
could not be released from the Circle of 
Care unless released by a Dr. or his 
medical power attorney signs him out. 

The complainant did speak with his Pastor 
via cell phone who was able to talk him into 
going back inside the facility. Officers 
cleared the scene after escorting the 
complainant back into the facilities.

Officer was able to later make contact with 
complainant's niece, whom has medical 
power attorney over the complainant. 
Officer made her aware of the incident.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20176135
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1125 E STATE ST


Officer responded to Circle K East located 
at 1125 E. State St. for a report of juveniles 
banging on a dumpster behind the 
business. 

Upon arrival nobody was found around the 
dumpster. Officer did briefly speak with four 
subjects in the 400 block of Woodland Ave. 
who were at Circle K and admitted to being 
around the dumpster but stated that they 
were not hitting it. They were sent on their 
way and officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20176134
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check


ARA SCHNADER, CHRISTIE LYN 837 E 
THIRD ST C SALEM, OH 

Female subject on station to turn herself in, 
reference an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. The warrant was 
confirmed and she was taken into custody 
where she was processed and released to 
the C.C.S.O.


Arrested: Christie L. Schnaderl 
410 Benton RD. Lot 15 Salem Ohio 44460
Warrant Larceny



Ptl  Miller




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Monday, August 28, 2017
08:45 AM -0500

lncident #: 20176135
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check

ARA SCHNADER, CHRISTIE LYN 837 E 
THIRD ST C SALEM, OH 44460

Female subject on station to turn herself in, 
reference an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. The warrant was 
confirmed and she was taken into custody 
where she was processed and released to 
the C.C.S.O.


Arrested: Christie L. Schnaderl
410 Benton RD. Lot 15 Salem Ohio 44460
Warrant Larceny




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176126
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Speak To Officer 
1294 E THIRD ST 

Complainant: Michelle Shingleton

The complainant responded to this 
department to report that she and her live in 
boyfriend had an argument this morning. 
She advised that the argument began 
verbal, but then a minor altercation took 
place. 

Officers obtained statements from both 
parties involved. The prosecutor on call was 
contacted and the matter will be sent for 
review for possible charges.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176127
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Harassment
2586 E STATE ST C
RESTAURANT


Complainant: CHARLENE THEISS

Officers spoke with a complainant who 
stated that her juvenile daughter has been 
getting harassed by two other female 
subjects. Officers spoke with both parties 
involved, the argument started with an 
instagram video.

Officers advised both parties to stay away 
from each other and both parties complied 
without incident.




Ptl. M.Wirkner




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lncident #: 20176129
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Harassment
1270 SOUTHEAST BLVD 41


Complainant: AMANDA SWANSON

Report of harassment at the above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
her ex-boyfriend has been texting her and 
she has a protection order against him. 

This officer spoke with the ex-boyfriend and 
advised him of the complaint and to cease 
his actions. He advised that he was just 
texting to check on his daughter as he was 
concerned for her welfare. This officer did 
advise that he spoke to all the children at 
the residence and they all appeared to be 
ok. He agreed to cease his actions and to 
discontinue the texts.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20176130
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
565 FRANKLIN ST F 

Police responded to the apartments in the 
500 block of Franklin Ave for a dispute over 
property. Two separate parties started an 
argument over a couple bicycles that 
supposedly belong to another individual. 

Both parties were dealt with and the 
supposed owner took his bike.



Ptl Osberg




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lncident #: 20176131
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2401 E STATE ST A
GROCERY

Police responded to Giant Eagle parking lot 
for two elderly males that got into a 
confrontation over a handicap parking spot. 
One male followed the other party into the 
store causing a dispute and then throwing 
his cane. The subject that started the 
incident had already left the scene before 
officers had arrived. 

Officers were unable to receive information 
on that subject except that he drove a 
newer silver sedan.



Ptl Osberg




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lncident #: 20176125
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Assist Perry Pol ice
1573 GRANT AVE

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP, POLICE 
21 98 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Police assisted Perry Twp. Police at a 
residence on Grant St. in reference to a 
male that was having a bad reaction to illicit 
drugs.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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lncident #: 20176124
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Assist Other Agency 

Complainant: OHIO STATE HIGHWAY, 
PATROL  LISBON

Police assisted and OSP unit on station 
with an OVI suspect. After processing the 
suspect was released to a sober driver.




Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176123
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Road Rage
1125 E STATE ST B


Complainant: MICHELLE NOBLE

Complainant responded to Salem PD due 
to a male individual reportedly following her 
in a vehicle. The complainant advised that 
she had started to go past the right side of 
the other vehicle in the 1100 block of E 
State St after it signaled a left turn. The 
other vehicle reportedly swung wide going 
right before turning left, and the 
complainant activated the horn. The driver 
of the other vehicle then followed the 
complainant, who drove to the PD and 
called 911. 

Officer waved the other vehicle over as it 
was driving by the PD and obtained a 
similar description of events, with the other 
driver acknowledging that the complainant 
passing on the right and nearly striking his 
vehicle had upset him. The individual stated 
there was no further problem and departed 
after officer cautioned against road rage 
and suggested calling police instead. 

Officer advised the complainant that due to 
the width of the street, passing on the right 
of a vehicle turning left along on E State St 
is a common practice, however if it results 
in an accident, the person passing on the 
right is typically at fault. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176122
Date: Sunday, August 27,2017
Harassment 
674 E SIXTH ST 2

Complainant: ANDREA KINNEY

Complainant came on station and reported 
that she is being harassed and threatened 
on her phone by a subject she does not 
even know. Police contacted the suspect 
who advised that the complainant and her 
boyfriend threatened a couple of friends of 
his and he decided to take care of the 
problem. Police advised the suspect to 
have his friends contact police if they feel 
threatened and in the future to not contact 
the complainant
by text or phone. He advised he would have 
no more contact with the complainant. 

Police advised the complainant should she 
and her boyfriend be threatening the couple 
that the suspect was talking about, to stop 
their actions also.




Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20176118
Date: Saturday, August 26,2017
Shoplifter(s) 
2875 E STATE ST A
Walmart

Complainant: NANCY MCKENZIE

ARA MILLICAN, MISTY ROSE 5256 
SALEM UNITY RD SALEM, OH 44460

Police responded to an E. State ST. 
business in reference to a female subject 
they had caught shoplifting.

Female was taken into custody, transported 
to the Salem PD for processing and then 
incarcerated in the Columbiana County Jail 
pending the posting of bond or her 
arraignment in CCMC on 08/28/2017.


ARRESTEE
Misty Rose Millican
5256 Salem Unity Rd.
Salem, Ohio 44460
charge: Theft M-1



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin 




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Incident #: 20176117
Date: Saturday, August 26,2017
Intoxicated Driver
W STATE ST / GEORGETOWN RD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to W State St for a 
report of a possible intoxicated driver. The 
caller was still on the line with dispatch and 
officer was able to locate and follow the 
vehicle eastbound on E State St. 

Officer did not observe any violations, 
however the caller indicated the vehicle had 
been observed left of center. A traffic stop 
was conducted for reasonable suspicion 
based on totality of circumstances. Officer 
did not observe any indicators of impaired 
driving while talking with the driver and the 
individual admitted he had been using his 
cell phone while driving, resulting in some 
drifting in his lane prior to entering the City. 

Officer warned of the dangers and 
requested the individual be more cautious 
when driving. 




Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20176116
Date: Saturday, August 26,2017
Harassment 
244 PARK AVE 

Complainant: JESSICA CROSS

A female subject came to the Police Dept. 
for a harassment. The female advised that 
her mother and ex have been sending her 
messages on Facebook using someone 
else's name. The female advised that she 
believes this due to her mother and ex 
driving past her residence yelling 
obscenities as well as doing so at her 
daughters school events. 

The complainant was advised what to do if 
any further incidents occur.




Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176115
Date: Saturday, August 26,2017
Neighbor Dispute
849 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: JESSICA SCHULTZ

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a neighbor dispute. Contact 
was made with the complainant , who 
advised that her neighbor had a vehicle 
parked on her side of the lot. 

Officers attempted to make contact with the 
neighbor , who officers observed in the 
house but they refused to answer to door. 
The complainant was advised to contact he 
landlord.




Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20176112
Date: Saturday, August 26,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress]
237 ROSE AVE 

Complainant: JANET BEILING

Officers responded to the 200 block of Rose 
Ave for a possible burglary in progress. The 
caller had observed the front door of the 
residence standing open, and another 
individual thought they heard someone 
inside. 

K-9 Argo was deployed and cleared the 
interior of the residence. Nothing appeared 
to be missing or out of order.

The residence was secured after being 
checked. 



Sgt B Slider




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Sunday, August 27, 2017
06:09 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176102
Date: Saturday, August 26,2017
Ambulance Needed
452 PARK AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a man down in the drive-way. 
Officers arrived along with the Salem fire 
dept. first responders and the individual was 
found to be unresponsive. The first 
responders performed CPR until EMT 
ambulance arrived. The individual was 
ultimately transported to the Salem 
Regional medical center.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20176103
Date: Saturday, August 26, 2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
709 E THIRD ST 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a broken window. Officers 
located the window, only the glass was 
broken, the screen and the window frame 
were still intact, photographs were taken of 
the scene.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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lncident #: 20176108
Date: Saturday, August 26, 2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
W STATE (900 BLOCK)

Complainant: PATTY MURPHY

Officer responded to the 900 block of W 
State St, for reported lines down. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the 
complainant who pointed out the wire. 
Salem FD responded also to check the wire 
and reported it not to be a danger. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20176110
Date: Saturday, August 26, 2017
Civil Matter
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: STEVEN GOODMAN

Police responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a dispute. The 
complainant stated that the intoxicated 
female that lives down stairs stole his hat 
and phone. Officers made contact with the 
female who advised she did not have the 
items. The female let officers check her 
apartment and the items were not 
observed. Officers then cleared.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176111
Date: Saturday, August 26,2017
Accident Private Property
S LINCOLN AVE / SOUTHEAST STREET


Complainant: JORDAN SHEPPARD

A female subject came to the Police Dept. 
to report a hit skip accident. While traveling 
southbound on S. Lincoln Ave near 
Southeast Blvd, the complainant advised 
she stopped behind a UPS truck. When the 
driver of the UPS truck pulled over with his 
four ways on to make a delivery the 
complainant went around. 

The complainant stated that while going 
around the truck a black Buick four door 
traveling northbound struck her driver side 
mirror and kept going. The complainant 
pulled over to wait for the other vehicle to 
return and it never did. 

The only damaged observed was the driver 
side mirror.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20176095
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Intoxicated Person
1680 S LINCOLN AVE
GAS STATION


Officers responded to the Super USA Food 
Store located at 1680 S. Lincoln Ave. for a 
report of an intoxicated male subject. 

Upon arrival, the subject was found to have 
left the area on foot. Officers checked the 
area and were unable to locate. Officers 
cleared.



. Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20176094
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Suspicious Odor
500 BLOCK OF N Lincoln


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officer responded to the 500 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a report of a suspicious 
burning odor. Officer checked throughout 
the adjoining alleys and was unable to 
detect any strange odors at that time. 
Officer will periodically make subsequent 
patrols through the area. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176093
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
150 W SEVENTH ST


Complainant: (juvenile complainant)

Officer was originally dispatched to 150 W. 
7th St. to speak with a female juvenile 
complainant in reference to telephone 
harassment. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
juvenile complainant's grandparents whom 
are the legal guardians of the complainant. 
They advised that their granddaughter was 
at a residence in the 1400 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. Office cleared and responded 
to the S. Lincoln Ave. address and made 
contact with the juvenile complainant. Upon 
speaking with her she advised that she and 
her ex-boyfriend with whom she has an 
infant child with recently had broken up and 
that her ex-boyfriends mother keeps 
harassing her via phone.

Complainant reports that her ex-boyfriend's 
mother keeps threatening that she is going 
to take her baby, which is her 
granddaughter from her. I advised the 
complainant that she would have no legal 
right to take the baby from her. 

She did show officer several messages but 
none of which corroborated the 
complainant's statement. The complainant 
advised that she does want her ex-
boyfriend and his mother to be apart of her 
child's life but wants the harassment to 
stop. After clearing I did contact the other 
half via phone and advised her of the 
complaint.

Upon making contact she advised that she 
has already blocked the complainant from 
her phone and that she would not be 
contacting her anymore. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith 



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lncident #: 20176092
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Neighbor Dispute
144 S UNION AVE


Complainant: STACY DAVIDSON

Police responded to the 100 block of S. 
Union Ave for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised that her neighbor is 
playing his music too loud.

When the complainant asked her neighbor, 
who was allegedly being disorderly at the 
time, to turn the music down, it started an 
argument between them. 

Officers heard no noise violations but 
requested they be sure to keep music 
volume level down to prevent further 
problems and that both parties have no 
contact with each other throughout the 
night. 

Officers then cleared once both parties 
stated they understood.




Ptl D. Osberg




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Incident #: 20176091
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Mental / Disturbed Person
821 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the 800 block of E 
Pershing St to assist officers that were on 
scene working security at the nearby 
football game. The officer were in contact 
with a male individual on the side of the 
street who was having an episode and 
requesting medical assistance. Salem First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance 
personnel were already on scene due to the 
football game, and Salem PD dispatch 
summoned a second ambulance. 

A KLG unit responded and transported the 
individual to Salem Regional Medical 
Center. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20176090
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Unauthorized Use of MV
1269 CEDAR RIDGE DR


Complainant: DEBRA CEHRS

Officer responded to 1269A Cedar Ridge 
Dr. to speak with female complainant Debra 
Cehrs in reference to authorized use of a 
motor vehicle. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that her 
daughter in law took her white 2007 Chevy 
Equinox approx. three weeks ago with 
permission and it has not been returned. 
complainant advised that her daughter in 
law does have a key for the vehicle and 
also was paying insurance for the vehicle.

She states she and her son have attempted 
to make contact with her to tell her to return 
the vehicle but they are not able to make 
contact. 

Information was gathered and investigation 
is pending. Officer did attempt to make 
contact with the female but there was no 
answer. a voice mail was left.



Ptl. B. Smith





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Incident #: 20176089
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Dog at Large 
834 N ELLSWORTH AVE


A resident in the 800 block of N Ellsworth 
Ave reported a dog had followed one of 
their children up N Ellsworth Ave. The tag 
number was used to trace the owner to a W 
Fifth St address. 

Officer responded to W Fifth St and made 
contact with the dogs owner who was 
already outside looking for it. The owners 
husband was also out in the car trying to 
locate the dog. 

Officer responded to the N Ellsworth 
address and advised the individuals that the 
dogs owner would be responding to retrieve 
it shortly, and several minutes later the dog 
was reunited with it's owners. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20176088
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Suspicious Person
818 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: Jonathan Baddeley

Complainant reported that an individual(s) 
had been recorded on surveillance video on 
the complainants front porch, looking in the 
windows of the residence earlier this 
morning. The individual was subsequently 
identified and officer made contact. Officer 
learned that the individual had gone to the 
residence in question to meet out front with 
another parent who lives in the area, and 
that he was assisting the individual in 
finding a nearby location that they were 
walking to with their children. 

The individual went to meet this person 
near the complainants house, but when this 
person was not outside, the individual 
assumed the meeting point was in front of 
the individuals house, and therefore walked 
up, knocked on the door and subsequently 
went to the window to try to
contact someone. 

Officer had obtained information from four 
different sources, along with the 
surveillance video images, and all of the 
explanations were similar. 

The incident appeared to be a legitimate 
mix up, with no criminal intentions. Officer 
advised the complainant that extra patrols 
would be conducted in the area. 


Sgt B Slider



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Saturday, August 26, 2017
08:38 AM -0500

SALEM POLICE INCIDENTS POSTED ON 
WESTERN RESERVE NEWS AUGUST 26, 
2017

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Incident #: 20176083
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Speak To Officer
565 FRANKLIN ST F


Police responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a possible stolen bike. The 
juvenile complainant advised that he had 
found the frame of his bike and some of the 
parts were put on other bikes. 

Police were unable to make contact at the 
residence where the bikes were found. 
When officers spoke with the juveniles 
mother she was able to describe the exact 
description of the bike. The juvenile was 
able to recover most of his property.

Further investigation pending.



Ptl D. Osberg



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lncident #: 20176081
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Accidental Damage
491 E FOURTH ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle striking a street sign. 
Officers spoke with a male subject who 
stated a sign was laying on the ground so 
he put the sign back up. The sign was 
undamaged but was very loose in the 
ground, 

Officers advised the Road Department of 
the sign.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20176079
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Power Outage


Report of a power outage in the above 
area. 

Upon arrival, a transformer was on fire and 
the Salem F.D. responded. This officer and 
the F.D. provided traffic control until Ohio 
Edison arrived on scene and fixed the 
transformer.




Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20176077
Date: Friday, August 25,2017
Audible Alarm 
500 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: SHELBA NEWCOMER

Officer responded to the above location for 
a car alarm going off. Complainant advised 
that the alarm has gone several times in a 
short period of time. 

Upon arrival, officer met with the owner of 
the vehicle who advised that it must be 
something wrong with the wiring. The owner 
also advised the vehicle did not appear to 
be tampered with.


Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176076
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Domestic In Progress
535 COLUMBIA ST A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a domestic in progress. Complainant, who 
lives in the area advised he heard a female 
yelling for help. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact at the 
possible location and spoke with an adult 
male and two juveniles. All three advised 
that nothing occurred at their residence and 
they did not hear anyone yelling. Officers 
did a safety check the residence and did not 
locate anyone else that could of been 
involved.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20176075
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Arrest
VINE AVE / E THIRD ST


ARA JACKSON, JAMES E 214 HAWLEY 
AVENUE SALEM, OH 44460


Officer initiated a traffic stop on E Third St 
near Vine Ave for a marked lanes violation. 
The driver of the vehicle was found to be 
intoxicated and was administered field 
sobriety. 

The driver was taken into custody for OVI 
and his vehicle was left legally parked on E 
Third St. The male subject was transported 
to the Salem Police Department where he 
was processed and booked. The male 
subject was issued a citation and then 
released into his wife's custody.


Arrested: James Jackson
Address: 214 Hawley Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19Al a and 
4511.19Al h, Failure to Drive in Marked 
Lanes ORC 4511.33A1



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20176074
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Unattended Fire 
627 N LINCOLN AVE 1/2

Officer was on routine patrol in the 600 
block of N Lincoln Ave and noticed an 
unattended fire. The male subject advised 
he was watching the fire from the upstairs 
apartment and he was advised that he 
needed to be at the fire. The fire 
department was called to the scene and 
due to the multiple violations they 
extinguished the fire. The male subject was 
given a warning for the burning violation 
and advised of the city ordinances.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20176073
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Traffic Offense
N BROADWAY AVE / E SECOND ST


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for traffic violation. During the 
stop the driver did give consent to search 
the vehicle. 

Nothing of significance was located and the 
driver was given a written warning for the 
offense.




Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20176071
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
116 E FOURTH ST

ARA NOBLE, MICHAEL A 385 UNION ST 
WASHINGTONVILLE, OH 44490

While checking the area of an intoxicated 
male subject, officer observed a male 
subject who appeared to be intoxicated, 
being assisted by another male to his 
residence. 

Officer made contact with both males. The 
intoxicated male had active warrants out of 
this county. While with the subject in 
question, he advise he fell several times. 

First responders arrived on scene to check 
the male subject. The subject in question 
did advise first responders that his chest 
was hurting, but did refuse medical 
transport and stated he was okay. The 
subject was taken into custody and was 
directly transported by this officer to county 
jail.


ARRESTED: Micheal A. Noble, 116 E. 4th 
St., Salem Oh 44460
Charge- Warrant



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176070
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Intoxicated Person
175 W STATE ST


Officer was advised by a motorist of a 
possible intoxicated subject that was in the 
roadway near N. Howard and Second St. 
After checking the area,subject was located 
in the 300 block of North Ellsworth Ave.

See Complaint 20176071 for further 
information.



Officer Shafer



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lncident #: 20176069
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
238 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 200 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. for a report of a dispute. 

Upon officer arrival the complainant was 
gone. The other party involved was a male 
subject who is the property owner. The 
male subject advised that the complainant 
is in the process of being evicted and is 
unhappy.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176067
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
234 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: Roger Weikart

Officers responded to the above location for 
a dispute. Complainant advise that a known 
male was arguing with him over money that 
was owed to him from recent work that was 
done. 

Upon arrival, both parties advised there 
were no threats made and nothing physical 
occurred. Officers advised both parties that 
this matter was a civil matter and no crime 
has been committed.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20176065
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1886 WHINNERY RD


Complainant: LINDA SMITH

Officer responded to the above location for 
a dispute. Complainant advised a tan car is 
driving down the road yelling at the juvenile 
neighbors. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant along with the neighbor who 
advised she is the legal guardian of the 
juveniles in question. The guardian advised 
that the vehicle in question belonged to the 
juveniles biological mother. The guardian 
along with the juveniles advised there were 
no threats made but she was yelling 
obscenities at them. The guardian also 
advised the female in question is not 
wanted at her residence. 

Officer advised he would attempt contact 
with the female and advise her not to come 
to the residence or she could face criminal 
trespass charges. 

Officer also advised the guardian of the 
process for applying for a protection order.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20176062
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Runaway / Missing
2436 LEXINGTON AVE A


Officer on patrol responded to a reported 
missing juvenile in the 2400 block of 
Lexington Ave. Officer, while conducting the 
initial investigation, was made aware of the 
juveniles location by a concerned neighbor. 
Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber




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lncident #: 20176061
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Speak To Officer
631 W STATE ST


Complainant: THOMAS LOGAN

Officer responded to the 600 block of W 
State St to speak with a male complainant 
regarding water and mud on a city alley. 
The complainant advised that a water truck 
had dumped some water and mud near his 
business. 

The complainant was advised that he could 
call and speak with the city the following 
day to submit a complaint.



Ptl D Beeson





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Incident #: 20176059
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
1267 CEDAR RIDGE DR A


Complainant: KAITLYN HORSLEY

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr. to take a report of a 
dispute that had previously taken place. 
The complainant advised officers that her 
and her husband had gotten into an 
argument and he broke several objects in 
the house. 

Officers advised both parties involved to 
remain separated for the evening.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20175992
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
2900 E STATE ST


Unit # 1 Driver: KELLY BLACKBURN  - 
Owner: ANTHONY BLACKBURN , 
BOARDMAN, OH

UNIT # 2 Driver/Owner: CHRISTIE 
FELGER , WASHINGTONVILLE, OH


Two Vehicle Accident.


Unit # 1 was traveling westbound on SR 14 
(E. State St.) and attempted to make a left 
hand turn into the Walmart parking lot. Unit 
# 2 was traveling eastbound on SR 14 and 
was continuing straight. Unit # 1 turned left 
directly in the path of Unit # 2, causing Unit 
# 2 to strike Unit # 1. 

Both vehicles sustained major damage and 
both drivers were transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.


Sgt. D. Green



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Friday, August 25, 2017
08:43 AM -0500

Incident #: 20176050
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Assist Other Agency
610 E F OURTH ST


Officer(s) assisted agent from ICE with 
checking several locations inside of the city.


Ptl R Keister


EDITOR NOTE: "ICE" is U.S. 
IMMIGRATION and CUSTOMS 
ENFORCEMENT (ICE.gov)



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Incident #: 20176044
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Structure Fire
1402 S LINCOLN AVE 2

Complainant: SFD

Complainant: PAUL OWEN

Officers and the fire department responded 
to the 1400 block of S Lincoln Ave for a 
possible structure fire. The complainant 
advised that the hot water heater was 
smoking and it smelled liked something was 
burning. 

The fire department checked the residence 
and cut the power to the hot water heater 
and advised the complainant to contact 
maintenance ASAP.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20176045
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Animal Complaint
781 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: STEVEN CRAMER

Officer responded to the 700 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for an animal complaint. The 
complainant advised they had a bat inside 
their residence and needed assistance to 
get it removed. 

The complainant called dispatch soon after 
and advised they were able to remove the 
animal by themselves.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20176046
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Speak To Officer
185 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officer responded to the 100 block of E 
Sixth St in regards to a speak to officer 
report. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that there has 
been drug activity going on in the area. 

Officer advised that they were already 
aware of the situation and that they would 
keep an extra watch in the area. 

Officer also advised the complainant to 
contact the Police Department if they 
witness any activity.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20176048
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Accident Private Property
1450 JENNINGS AVE 


Owner/Driver JOSEPH GERBERRY,  ST 
COLUMBIANA, OH 


Officer was flagged down for a vehicle in a 
ditch. 

Upon officer arrival officer spoke with the 
operator who advised he was turning into 
the driveway and cut it to sharp causing him 
to go into the ditch. There was no 
noticeable damage done to the vehicle. 
Officer did issue a report number if there 
was later found to be damages to the 
vehicle.



Ptl Z Sanford



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Incident #: 20176051
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Civil Matter
2140 MONROE ST


Complainant: GEOFF GOLL

Officer(s) responded to the 2000 block of 
Monroe St for a reported dispute. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant was upset 
due to the fact that a tree service had cut 
several limbs off his tree to allow clearance 
for power lines. 

Officers spoke with the employees of the 
tree service who stated they are contracted 
by the power company to do the work. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176054
Date:Thursday, August 24,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL


Complainant: Rebecca Panezott

Unit #1 Owner/Driver MARY WILLIAMS 

Unit #2  Owner/Driver Rebecca Panezott


Police responded to the above address for 
a two vehicle accident with no injuries. 

Upon police arrival officer had the vehicles 
move to a nearby empty lot to conduct the 
investigation. 

Upon officers investigation it was found that 
Unit 1 who was traveling east, on East 
State St ran into the rear of Unit #2 who 
was also going east causing minimal 
damages to both vehicles. 

Officer issued a report number for the 
insurance company's and documented the 
damages with photographs.




Ptl Z Sanford



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Incident #: 20176055
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
Civil Matter
165 W FOURTH ST

Complainant: LINDA FULLUM

Complainant on station in regards to a civil 
matter. The complainant advised that the 
court informed her to stay away from the 
above stated location but she had heard we 
could take her there. 

Officer informed the complainant to 
continue to abide by Columbiana County 
Municipal Court instructions.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20176056
Date: Thursday, August 24,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
759 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: JAMES PRICE

Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
East 6th St for a reported B&E. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to him may have 
entered the residence without his 
permission. 

Officers advised the complainant that a 
extra watch would be placed on the area. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176025
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Stolen Bicycle
1247 MAPLE ST


Complainant: NICOLE McFARLAND

An officer responded to the 1200 block of 
Maple St. to take a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised that someone stole 
her daughter's bicycle sometime last night. 
A description of the bicycle was provided 
and the complainant was provided with a 
copy of the report number. 

Officers did locate the bicycle several days 
earlier and had it placed in the department's 
recovered property. The bicycle was 
returned to the complainant.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20176032
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
309 W THIRTEENTH ST

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Thirteenth St for a civil dispute. 

A repossession company advised dispatch 
that a vehicle was stolen from a car lot but it 
was later found that the company wanted 
officers to locate the vehicle so it could be 
repossessed. 

The company was advised that it was a civil 
issue and not a criminal matter.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20176035
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Civil Matter 
585 COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: THOMAS PAPIC

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St for a civil matter. The 
complainant advised he was having 
problems with his landlord and wanted a 
report on file about an incident that 
occurred several hours prior. 

The complainant was advised to contact the 
police department immediately if another 
incident occurred.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20176037
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Ambulance Needed
610 PROSPECT ST

Officer and first responders responded to 
the 600 block of Prospect St for a medical 
call. A juvenile was having an ongoing 
medical problem and the parent signed a 
refusal for treatment.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20176038
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a single car private property 
accident. Complainant advised the vehicle 
in question struck a light pole. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with complainant 
who advised the vehicle in question left 
prior to officer arriving. Officer did check the 
pole, and found no structural damage only 
minor scrapes.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20176041
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Harassment
590 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: CHELSEA WILSON

Officer responded to the above location for 
a harassment report. Complainant advised 
that she is receiving unwanted text 
message from a known female who lives 
out of state 

Officer advised the complainant to save all 
message and do not respond to the 
unwanted messages. Officer also explained 
the process for applying for a protection 
order.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20176042
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

ARA MARCUM, TRENT A 410 BENTON 
RD 15 SALEM, OH 44460

While on patrol officer observed a male 
subject with a known active warrant out of 
this county, exiting a vehicle at the above 
location. Officer made contact with the 
subject in question. The warrant was 
confirmed and the male was taken into 
custody. 

The driver of the vehicle did give verbal 
consent to search the vehicle. A search was 
conducted and nothing illegal was located. 

The driver was advised he was free to go. 
The subject in custody was transported to 
this station for the booking process, and 
later released to CCSO.


Arrested: Trent A. Marcum
10740 W. Pine Lake Rd
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant- Receiving Stolen 
Property



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20176043
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Traffic Offense
2300 BLOCK OF A SOUTHEAST BLVD

Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location for an equipment 
violation. The driver was given a verbal 
warning for the violation. 

The driver did give verbal consent to search 
the vehicle. A search was conducted and 
nothing illegal was located.



Ptl. D. Young



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Thursday, August 24, 2017
08:46 AM -0500

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lncident #: 20176024
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Check Well Being 
2020 MONROE ST 89


Officer(s) responded to the 2000 block of 
Monroe to check on the welfare of a city 
resident. 

On arrival officers made contact with the 
person in question and spoke with him. 
After speaking with the man he agreed to 
go to the ER for evaluation. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176021
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Harassment
284 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: RANDY CLUNEN

Officers responded to the 200 block of East 
4th St for a report of harassment. On arrival 
officers spoke with the complainant. The 
complainant stated that he had been 
receiving unwanted calls from a person 
known to him.

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176010
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Distraught / Upset Person
1184 E STATE ST


Police responded to the area of E. State St. 
and Union Ave. in reference to a subject 
walking down the sidewalk yelling about 
shooting people. 

Police located the subject near park and 
spoke with him. He advised he had his 
headphones on and was listening and 
singing along to a RAP song.

He was checked for warrants and advised 
not to sing so loudly. 

An OSP unit stopped and advised he had 
observed the individual singing also.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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lncident #: 20176014
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Medical Problem / Assist
WASHINGTON AVE


Officer responded to the 200 block of 
Washington Ave for a medical alert. A 
resident inside had fallen and was unable to 
get up. 

Salem First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance responded and the individual 
was subsequently transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center.




Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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lncident #: 20176016
Date: Wednesday, 
Disabled / Stuck MV 
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST


While on patrol, officer located a disabled 
vehicle at the above stated location. Officer 
stood by for traffic control until the vehicle 
was removed by Sinsleys Towing.



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20176017
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Domestic In Progress
1270 SOUTHEAST BLVD 41


Oficer(s) responded to the 1200 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a reported domestic 
dispute in progress. 

On arrival officers spoke with one of the 
persons involved. The female stated that 
the father of her child had showed up and 
began yelling at her over the childs 
schooling. The complainant stated further 
that during the argument she had been 
pushed by both the father of her child and 
his sister and that they had left the area 
prior to offices arriving on scene. 

Officers provided the female with the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20176018
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Criminal Trespassing
144 ROSE AVE


Complainant: KELLY ANDERSON

Officer responded to the above address for 
a trespassing report. 

Upon arrival officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised that a male 
individual came into her yard and interacted 
with her dog who she had out side. The 
complainant didn't have any further 
information on the male just that she 
wanted a report on file in case there were 
further incidents.



Ptl Z Sanford



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lncident #: 20176019
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 


Complainant: DAWN RIEMENSCHNEIDER

Complainant on station to report striking a 
vehicle near the above stated location on 
08/22/17 around 1430hrs.

The complainant advised she was traveling 
westbound in the 200 block of E. State St 
and her passenger mirror struck the driver 
mirror of a blue mini van. The complainant 
advised she was unable to make the report 
at the time. 

Officer will attempt to locate the owner of 
the blue mini van.



Sgt. K. Toy




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lncident #: 20176020
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Suspicious Activity


While on patrol officers were flagged down 
and advised of possible illegal drug activity 
in the city. Officers advised the complainant 
that the information would be passed onto 
the DTF. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20176021
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Harassment
284 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: RANDY CLUNEN


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
East 4th St for a report of harassment. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
he had been receiving unwanted calls from 
a person known to him.

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20176023
Date: Wednesday, August 23,2017
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST F 
GIANT EAGLE PARK1NG LOT


Complainant: MARY MANNING

Complainant on station to report her vehicle 
was struck at the above stated location. The 
complainant advised she noticed her 
vehicle was struck by an unknown vehicle 
while she was in the store on this date. 

The vehicle was legally parked facing 
westbound and sustained scratches to the 
left front bumper area.



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20175994
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
S UNION AVE / E PERSHlNG ST


Unit 1, Driver: Michelle Walla, Owner 
DAVID WALLA

Unit 2 Driver: Paul Crosser,  Owner 
RAYMOND CROSSER 


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a 2 car non injury accident. 
Contact was made with both drivers and it 
was advised that they both arrived at the 4 
way stop at the same time. Both drivers 
then proceeded at the same time causing 
them to collide. 

Due to multiple conflicting stories neither 
party was cited.



Officer LaRosa




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Incident #: 20176005
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / VINE AVE


Unit 1- Owner/Operator- Kreston K. Flores 

Unit 2 - Owner/Operator- Durwin Ward


Officers responded to the intersection of E 
State St and Vine Ave in regards to a two 
vehicle traffic accident. Upon arrival, 
officers spoke with the operators of both 
vehicles and the operator of Unit 1 advised 
that he was injured.

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance were 
requested to the scene and tended to the 
operator of Unit 1. Unit 2 was travelling 
west bound along E State St with Unit 1 
following behind. Unit 2 slowed for traffic 
and Unit 1 failed to stop in time, resulting in 
Unit 1 striking the rear of Unit 2. 

Unit 2 sustained minor damage to the trailer 
hitch, while Unit 1 sustained functional 
damage to the center and right front. 

During the investigation, the operator of 
Unit 1 lied to officer's numerous times about 
the identity of a female who had exited the 
vehicle and fled the scene. Due to the 
operator's demeanor during the 
investigation, he was detained and K9 Argo 
was deployed for an open air sniff of Unit 1. 
K9 Argo indicated to the presence of a 
narcotic odor and Unit 1 was subsequently 
searched by officers. 

A digital scale and a jar, both containing 
Marijuana residue, were located inside the 
vehicle and seized as evidence. 

The operator of Unit 1 was later transported 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center by 
EMT Ambulance and Unit 1 was towed from 
the scene by Davidson's Towing. 

The operator of Unit 1 was cited with 
Assured Clear Distance Ahead (ORD 
333.03a) and arrested, after being released 
from the hospital, for
Obstruction of Official Business (ORC 
2921.31) and Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia (ORC 2925.14 CI). He was 
later transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail. 


Arrested / Cited: Kreston K. Flores DOB 
09/01/1997
555 1/2 W Main St.
Washingtonville, OH 44490
Charges: Assured Clear Distance Ahead 
(Salem ORD 333.03a)
Obstruction of Official Business (ORC 
2921.31)
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (ORC 
2925.14 Cl)



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20175989
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Suspicious Odor
727 S LUNDY AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious odor emitting from 
the residence. Officers along with Salem FD 
located the odor emitting from the trash can 
near the residence. The trash carrier was 
contacted to pick up trash can.




Ptl. M.Wrikner



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lncident #: 20176004
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Menacing / Threats
375 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: RANDY CLUNEN

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fifth St and spoke with a male individual 
who advised that he had been threatened 
by a known female acquaintance. The 
complainant had gone to the individuals 
residence to retrieve some belongings, at 
which time the individual allegedly advised 
the complainant that she was going to have 
someone beat him up if he did not leave. 

The complainant advised that he gathered 
his things and left without further incident. 



Sgt B Slider





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Incident #: 20176006
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
S LINCOLN AVE / AETNA ST

ARA HOSCHAR, NICKOLE M 1675 S 
LINCOLN SALEM, OH

While on a traffic accident (#20176005) 
Police were advised that a female 
passenger fled the scene. Officers later 
made contact with the female. 

While speaking with the female a false 
name and D.O.B. was given to the officers. 
After positively identifying the female, 
officers were affirmed she also had 
warrants. 

The female was taken into custody, booked, 
and charged with Obstruction of Official 
Business before being transported to 
county jail


Arrested: Nickole M. Hoschar
(LKA) 910 1/2 W. Main St, Washingtonville, 
OH 44490
DOB: 05/06/1992
Warrant - Failure to Appear/Obstruction of 
Official Business




Ptl D. Osberg




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lncident #: 20176009
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Loud Persons
1361 S LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: BRITTANY SCHULTZ

Complainant called reporting a male subject 
playing with a remote control vehicle in the 
roadway in the 1300 block of S. Lincoln 
Ave.. Nobody was observed operating one 
when police arrived but officer spoke with 
the suspect who admitted to doing it. He 
was advised to find a more appropriate 
place to play with the vehicle and to keep it 
off the roadway. Police then cleared.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin



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Incident #: 20175962
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
juvenile problem
210 W SIXTEENTH ST


Complainant: MICHAEL REBUCK

Report of a juvenile problem at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant was wanting 
information on how to deal with his unruly 
juvenile daughter. He was advised of the 
process in filling unruly juvenile charges 
and understood.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20175968
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SECOND 
STREET


Unit #1, PATRICIA MORRIS, was 
northbound on N. Ellsworth Ave at the W. 
2nd St stop light. Unit #2, MARVIN 
BARBER, was in the southbound lane of N. 
Ellsworth Ave at the W. 2nd St stop light. 
When the light turned Unit #1 started to turn 
west bound onto W. 2nd St. while Unit #2 
continued southbound. 

The accident was reported to have occurred 
directly in the center of the intersection. The 
vehicles were moved but officers was able 
to determine fault due to surveillance 
footage from across the street. 

Neither operator was injured and minor 
damage observed to both vehicles.



Ptl D. Osberg




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lncident #: 20175918
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Theft
148 PENN AVE


Police responded to the pet store in the 100 
block of Penn Ave for a possible theft. 
When officers made contact with the owner 
she advised a female was acting suspicious 
carrying around cat collars. At one point the 
female acted as if she forgot her drink and 
went looking for it. The owner advised that 
the female shoved an item inside of her 
purse and walked out of the store. 

Officers were able to watch surveillance 
footage. Further investigations pending.




Ptl D. Osberg




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lncident #: 20175919
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Ambulance Needed
506 WALNUT ST

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
Walnut St for a reported medical problem. 

On arrival officers located a male in distress 
at the rear of the residence. First 
Responders and a ambulance arrived on 
scene and the man was transported to the 
ER. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Wednesday, August 23, 2017
05:41 AM -0500

Incident #: 20175974
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
358 CONTINENTAL DR A

Complainant: KATHLEEN FARR


Unit 1- Owner / Operator- Kathleen Farr, 
SALEM, OH

Unit 2- Owner / Operator- Ashley Sekely, 
WASHINGTONVILLE, OH


Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of 
Continental Dr to take a report of a traffic 
accident that had occurred on the morning 
of August 19, 2017. 
Complainant advised that she was backing 
out of her drive way west bound when 
another vehicle was backing out of an 
opposing drive way east bound. 
Complainant advised, after her vehicle was 
already in the roadway and had backed out 
towards the south, that the other vehicle 
had continued east bound into the roadway 
and struck her vehicle in the center 
passenger side. 
Complainant advised that the female driver 
of the other vehicle left her name and 
phone number but, had to leave in a hurry 
for a family medical emergency. 

Photos of the damage were obtained and 
the complainant's vehicle sustained 
functional damage to the center passenger 
side. 

Contact was made with the operator of the 
other vehicle to obtain insurance 
information.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20175993
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Accident Private Property
1995 E STATE ST A
SALEM REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER


Unit#l Driver: DIANE COLEMAN, Owner 
COLEMAN PRESTON, COLUMBIANA, OH

Unit#2 Driver / Owner MCCLISH 
ROSEMARY, SALEM, OH


The driver of Unit# 1 advised that she was 
attmtping to pull into a parking space when 
she struck the left rear of Unit#2 who was 
legally parked in a parking space. 

The owner of Unit#2 advised the same as 
Unit#l and minor damage was observed to 
both vehicles at the time of the report.




Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20175996
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
E STATE ST / BROOKLYN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to Brooklyn Ave near E. 
State St for drug paraphernalia. Police 
recovered the items and properly disposed 
of them.



Ptl D. Osberg




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Incident #: 20175997
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: KATIE 

Police responded to Smith Oil gas station 
for a drive off. The employee advised a 
white drove off from pump #12 without 
paying for $60 worth of fuel, then left 
traveling westbound on E. State St..



Ptl D. Osberg




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Incident #: 20175995
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
840 W PERSHING ST 7 


Complainant: DEBORAH LAPIN

Report of a dispute between mother and 
adult son at the above address. 

Upon arrival, the mother / complainant 
advised that her son was upset over 
personal issue she had with one of his 
friends and that he left prior to
officers arrival. 

Complainant advised that no violence had 
taken place and that it was just an 
argument. 

Officers checked the area for the son and 
was unable to locate.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20175976
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Theft
886 W PERRY ST


Complainant: MARCIE CONLEY

Officer met with a female complainant from 
the 800 block of W. Perry Street who 
wished to file a theft report.

The complainant advised that on 
08/17/2017 her Ohio EPPl Card (Child 
Support Credit Card) was stolen from her 
residence. The complainant advised that 
$128.30 in charges were made at a 
business in the city after it was stolen. The 
complainant advised she believed her sister 
stole the card. 

Officer responded to the 600 block of E. 
Fifth Street and located the complainants 
sister who was placed in custody for an 
active warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriff Department (Incident 
#20175977). The subject was transported 
back to the police department where she 
admitted to stealing the card from her 
sisters residence and using the card. The 
subject advised she would was going to be 
charged with theft and she was released to 
a CCSO deputy.


Arrested: Tiffany L. Ulbrich (LKA) 624 E. 
Fifth Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
04/02/1986)
Warrant for Failure to Appear on a Theft 
charge
A Felony 5 Theft charge for this incident 
due to the property stolen being a credit 
card. 

Officer responded later to the Columbiana 
County Jail with the completed charges and 
advised Ulbrich of the charges.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20175977
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
624 E FIFTH ST 


ARA TIFFANY ULBRICH, 624 E FIFTH ST 
(LKA) SALEM, OH 44460

Officer responded to the 600 block of E. 
Fifth Street to attempt contact with a female 
subject who had an active arrest warrant 
out of the Columbiana County Sheriff 
Department. Officer made contact with the 
female subject and once the warrant was 
confirmed she was placed in custody. 

The subject was transported back to the 
police department where she was booked 
and released to a Columbiana County 
Sheriff Deputy.

Arrested: Tiffany L. Ulbrich (LKA) 624 E. 
Fifth St. Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
04/02/1986)
Warrant - Failure to Appear on a Theft 
charge



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20175978
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Ambulance Needed
1495 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a subject wanting to harm 
themselves. 

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the subject, who advised that they 
wanted to harm themselves. 

First Responders and KLG Ambulance 
responded to the scene and the subject 
was voluntarily transported to the hospital 
for treatment.



Ptl LaRosa




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Incident #: 20175980
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Theft
729 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: Margie McCoy

Police responded to the 700 block of 
Franklin Ave for a possible theft. The 
complainant stated that her children were 
riding a scooter in the 800 block of Aetna St 
and left it in a yard to play. The subject at 
that residence took the scooter from his 
yard and advised the children they can 
have the scooter back later since it was left 
on his property. 

When officers spoke with that subject he 
advised he took the scooter back awhile 
ago. Officers found out the subject did 
return the item except to the wrong 
residence. 

The scooter was recovered and the children 
were advised to keep items out of other 
peoples yards.



Ptl D. Osberg




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Incident #: 20175981
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Speak To Officer
E SCHOOL 900 BLOCK
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer on patrol in Waterworth Memorial 
Park spoke with a male who wanted to 
report drug activity in his neighborhood. 
Officer gathered the necessary information 
and advised that it would be passed along 
to the drug task force officer. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20175983
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer on patrol observed a vehicle inside 
Centennial Park during prohibited hours. 
Officer spoke with the female who advised 
that she needed to pull over due to dealing 
with an emotional issue. Officer advised the 
female of the park hours and cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 2017 5986
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Water Line Break / Leak
CAROLE DR / MERLE RD


While on patrol on Merle Rd officer 
observed water flowing along the curb near 
the intersection of Carole Cr and Merle Rd. 
Officer checked the roadway for a water 
break and observed the water was bubbling 
up form beneath a metal cap. 
The leak was not excessive and dispatch 
was advised to leave a note for day shift to 
notify the water department to have 
someone check it during daylight hours. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20175988
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Trespass
CEDAR RIDGE DR

Complainant: BRITTANY NEELY

Report of a breaking and entering of a 
motor vehicle at the above address. 
Complainant advised that some time over 
night someone had entered her vehicle and 
took an unknown amount of change and 
sieving gas from her vehicle. 

Complainant would like an extra patrol of 
the area.




Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20175990
Date: Tuesday, August 22,2017
Accidental Damage
1222 ORCHARD BEND DR


Complainant: ANISE HANSEL

The complainant advised that she was 
traveling on N. Lincoln Ave. near Hope 
cemetery when a tree branch fell on her 
vehicle. The branch caused scratches and 
a couple dents to the driver's side of the 
vehicle. 

Photos were taken and the complainant 
was advised to contact her insurance 
company.



Sgt. D. Green



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Tuesday, August 22, 2017
08:59 AM -0500



lncident #: 20175971
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Check Well Being
2180 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: COURTNEY GIBB


Police responded to the 21 00 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a check well-being. The 
complainant was driving past the residence 
when they observed the husband pulling his 
wife towards the residence. 

Police made contact with the husband who 
advised the wife has alzheimers disease 
which was also observed. After speaking to 
the husband Police cleared without incident.



Ptl D. Osberg




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Incident #: 20175962
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Child I Juvenile Problem
210 W SIXTEENTH ST


Complainant: MICHAEL REBUCK

Report of a juvenile problem at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant was wanting 
information on how to deal with his unruly 
juvenile daughter. He was advised of the 
process in filling unruly juvenile charges 
and understood.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20175960
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Ambulance Needed
193 S LINCOLN AVE 


Complainant: JORDAN SMELTZER


Officers responded to the 100 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for an ambulance needed. The 
male subject advised he was involved in a 
physical altercation with an unknown male 
subject near his residence. 

The complainant appeared to have broken 
his hand and was intoxicated. 

The complainant was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG. Officers 
checked the area for the other subject 
involved but was unable to locate anyone in 
the area.




Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20175961
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Assist Perry Police
2234 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP

Officer responded to the 2200 block of N 
Lincoln Ave to assist Perry Township Police 
on a well being check in regards to an 
incident that had occurred inside of the City 
(See Report 20175960). 

Officers arrived on scene and attempted to 
make contact with the male subject but 
were unsuccessful.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20175973
Date: Monday, August 21,2017
Civil Matter
1125 E STATE ST


Complainant: SARAH JACKSON

Report of a civil matter at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
her boyfriends mother had kicked her out 
the mothers apartment (156 Washington 
apt. # 2) and would not give her stuff back. 

Officers spoke with the boyfriends mother 
and he did give back most of the 
complainants property.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20175936
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
DIS- Dispute (NO Threats/violence)
210 W SIXTEENTH ST



Police responded to the 200 block of W. 
16th St. for a dispute with a juvenile and her 
father. 

Upon arriving officers were advised that the 
daughter was upset because she wanted to 
leave the residence and her father would 
not let her. The juvenile was upset because 
her vehicle would not start and that her 
father would not fix it for her. The juvenile 
was then advise that while she lives with 
her guardian and is not an adult that her 
parents have the say in what she can and 
can not do. The father was also advised 
how to file for unruly juvenile. 

Officers then cleared without incident.



Ptl D. Osberg




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Incident #: 20175945
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST 
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

ARA BARNHOUSE, JOHNATHAN DEAN 
807 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM, OH 44460 

Officer(s) responded to Walmart for a theft. 
Upon arriving officer(s) were advised by 
Walmart Asset Protection that a male 
subject stole $44.27 worth of merchandise. 
Officer(s) arrested the male subject. He was 
transported to the PD,processed, and then 
taken to the County Jail.




Arrested: Jonathan D. Barnhouse
Offense: Theft ORC 2913.02(A)(l)



Officer Brooks




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lncident #: 20175951
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to Salem Regional 
Medical Center for a report of an irrate 
patient. 

Upon arrival hospital staff advised officers 
that the female subject was released and 
was outside. Officer(s) located the female 
who advised officer(s) that she was upset 
and just wanted to go home. Officer advised 
the female subject that she was free to go.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20175953
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Vicious Dog
1164 E THIRD ST


Complainant: KELLY HEROLD-HALL


Officer responded to the 1100 block of E 
Third St for a vicious dog complaint. The 
complainant stated that a neighbor's dog 
had run after her smaller dog. 

Officer spoke with the owner of the dog who 
stated that the smaller dog wasn't on a 
leash and was on her front lawn when her 
dog went over to it. Both parties were 
advised of the leash city ordinance.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175954
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
408 OHIO AVE


Officer responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave for a dispute. The female subject stated 
the male subject was intoxicated and she 
wanted him to leave her residence. The 
male subject stated that female subject 
shoved him and he wanted to pursue 
charges. 

The male subject was advised to make a 
statement about the incident when he was 
sober.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175956
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Domestic In Progress
1061 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St for a domestic in progress. 
The male subject stated that he had gotten 
into a verbal argument with the female 
subject. 

Officers spoke with the female subject who 
stated that she was locked out of the 
residence when she was placing some of 
her belongings inside her vehicle. The male 
subject stated he would leave the residence 
so the female subject could stay, however 
he stated that he had been drinking earlier 
that evening and was advised not to drive 
due to possibly being impaired. The female 
subject gathered clothing for the evening 
and left the residence.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175957
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Fight
253 VINE AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
St for a fight in progress with possible 
weapons. 

When officers arrived on scene all subjects 
were advised to drop everything and place 
their hands where officers could observe 
them. 

The subjects were separated and all parties 
involved stated that it was only a verbal 
altercation. Several witnesses advised that 
threats were made by both parties but no 
one wanted to pursue charges. Everyone 
involved was advised to stay away from one 
another and given disorderly conduct 
warnings. Several subjects were advised to 
leave the scene and the other subjects 
involved went inside their residences for the 
evening.




Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175958
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Loud Persons 
594 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JARED HUTTON

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Third St for a loud persons complaint. 
Officers made contact with several subjects 
outside and they stated that they were only 
talking and playing music on their phones. 
They were advised to keep the noise level 
down due to the time of night.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20175885
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Traffic Offense
SNYDER RD / RR TRACKS


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
area of Snyder Rd and S Lincoln Ave for a 
speeding violation. After a brief 
investigation, K9 Argo was requested to the 
scene. K9 Argo was deployed for an open 
air sniff of the vehicle but, did not indicate. 

The driver was afforded a written warning 
for the speeding violation and officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Monday, August 21, 2017
09:39 AM -0500

lncident #: 20175947
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Follow Up Or investigation 
N HOWARD AVE / W SEVENTH ST


ARA JONATHAN SHELLENBERGER,  193 
W 8TH ST SALEM, OH 44460


Officers responded to the 700 block of N 
Howard to check for a person that was 
involved in a previous domestic. 

On arrival to the area and with the 
assistance of several citizens officers 
located the man in question walking in the 
700 block of N Howard. 

Officers placed Jonathan Shellenberger in 
custody without incident for Domestic 
Violence from the previous complaint. 
Officers located a small bag of suspected 
Marijuana on Shellenberger and he was 
given a MM citation for Marijuana 
Possession. Shellenberger was transported 
to the station were he was processed and 
then taken to the county jail Officers 
cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20175937
Date:Sunday, August 20,2017
Recovered Bicycle


While on patrol officers located a child's 
bicycle in the area of South Broadway and 
Franklin. Officers took possession of the 
bike and it was brought to the station.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20175938
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Fight
200 BLOCK OF VINE AVE


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported fight. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with a nearby 
resident that advised the group had 
dispersed in multiple directions. 

Officers checked but were unable to locate 
in the area.




Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20175939
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Speak To Officer
2051 OAK ST 


Complainant: SHIRLEY CATLOS


Officer(s) responded to the 2000 block of 
Oak St for a report speak with officer. 

On arrival officer spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
she had a machete type knife that she did 
not want in the residence any longer and 
asked if officers could destroy it. 

Officers took possession of the item and it 
will be disposed off.

Officer cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20175948
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit #1 Operator: Charles D. Fisher - 
Owner - JUDY F ISHER , BERLIN 
CENTER, OH


Unit #2 Owner / Operator -- MOISES 
JUAREZ QUIXAN 




Two Vehicle Accident Minor Property 
Damage Only 


Unit #1 was in the northbound lane of N. 
Lincoln Ave at the E. 3rd St stop sign. Unit 
#2 was in the westbound lane of E. 3rd St. 
at the N. Lincoln Ave stop sign. Both drivers 
advised they entered the intersection first. 

The accident was reported to have occurred 
directly in the center of the intersection. 

Due to the vehicles being moved officer 
was unable to determine fault.

Minor damage observed to both vehicles.



Sgt. K. Toy 





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Incident #: 20175942
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
193 W EIGHTH ST



Police responded to the 100 block of W. 8th 
St. for a Domestic Violence that had 
occurred. The victim advised that her livein 
boyfriend started an argument that 
escalated into physical violence. 

The male half departed the area prior to 
officers arriving.

Investigation Pending



Ptl D. Osberg




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Incident #: 20175877
Date:Friday, August 18,2017
Accident Private Property
195 W SIXTEENTH ST

Complainant: CHRYSTAL WISE


Unit #1 Columbiana Countv Board of DD 
school bus # 27  Owner Columbiana 
Countv Board of DD
10 Passengers in the School Bus



Unit # 2 Owner DENNIS WISE 


Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of E. 
Sixteenth St. for a private property accident. 
The complainant advised officer(s) that a 
bus backed into her driveway and hit the 
side of her vehicle. 

Officer(s) took photos of the damage and 
provided both parties with a copy of the 
report number.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20175920
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Domestic In Progress
2337 OAK ST


Complainant: WILLIAM RICH


Officers responded to the above location for 
a domestic in progress. Complainant 
advised that he could hear a male and 
female yelling at one and other. 

Upon arrival, both parties advise they got 
into a verbal dispute, but nothing physical 
occurred. Both parties were advised to keep 
it down.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20175923
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
1094 N ELLSWORTH AVE 


Officer responded to the above location for 
a large limb in the roadway. 

Upon arrival, officer was able to remove the 
limb.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20175924
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Dead Animal
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: CORINNE SNYDER


Officer responded to an animal complaint. 
Complainant advised that a cat had been 
struck by a vehicle. 

Upon arrival, a male subject stated he had 
already called alchemy acres and they were 
enroute for the animal.



Ptl. D. Young





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lncident #: 20175925
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Possible Scam
584 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: CHARLOlTE LYKENS


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of a possible 
scam call. The complainant advised that 
she received a telephone call from the 
government and asked to send them 
money. The complainant advised she did 
not give the caller any personal information 
and did not send them any money.

Officer attempted to make contact with the 
company but they quickly hung up the 
telephone.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175926
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Barking Dog
166 S UNION AVE


Police responded to the 100 block of S. 
Union Ave for a barking dog. 

When officers arrived the dogs could be 
heard from inside of the residence. Officers 
made several attempts to make contact at 
the residence as well as having dispatch 
trying to find a phone number. Officers then 
placed a tag on the front door stating the 
violation for the noise ordinance before 
clearing.




Ptl D. Osberg




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lncident #: 20175927
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Possible Shots Fired
1242 FAIR AVE


Officer responded to the area of Southeast 
Blvd and Merle for a report of possible gun 
shots. Officer checked the area and found 
that the source of the noise was likely 
fireworks from outside the city limits.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20175928
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Open Burning
 913 BARCLAY AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
an open burning report. Upon arrival, 
officers made contact and observed a small 
bon fire. 

FD did responded and advised the fire was 
okay.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20175929
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Offense
W STATE ST / BENTON RD


Officer on patrol iniated a traffic stop with 
the accused vehicle in the area of W State 
St and Georgetown Rd for an equipment 
violation. 

Upon speaking to the driver of the vehicle, 
this Officer observed the smell of marijuana 
emanting from inside of the vehicle. Officer 
then conducted a probable cause search of 
the vehicle and located suspected 
marijuana inside of the vehicle. Officer also 
did locate other contraband inside of the 
vehicle, charges are pending based on lab 
results. 

The driver of the vehicle was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for possession of 
marijuana and was given a court date of 
08/25/2017 at 0830 hours at CCMC. The 
driver was given a verbal warning for 
license plate light required.



Cited: Andrew James Bello
Address: 10665 Wright Rd NW, Uniontown, 
Ohio, 44685
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)
(ORD 513.03C2)



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20175930
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Harassment
1892 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: AUSTIN MYERS,  
ALLIANCE, OH 44601


Officer responded to the 1800 block of E 
State St for a harassment report. The 
complainant advised that he went through 
the drive-thru and several employees made 
threats towards him. The complainant did 
not wish to pursue charges but wanted a 
report on file. 

The officer spoke with the employees and 
the manager of the business and advised 
them of the complaint.




Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175932
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Assist Other Agency 


Complainant: OSP, LISBON


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to assist Ohio State Patrol with 
an OVI arrest. Officer assisted the Trooper 
with the male subject and paperwork.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20175933
Date: Sunday, August 20,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: GOSHEN TOWNSHIP, 
POLICE

Officer responded to the above location at 
the request of Goshen PD for a K9 Sniff on 
their traffic stop. A K9 Sniff of the car was 
conducted and K9 Argo indicated to the 
presence of a narcotic odor coming from 
inside the vehicle. A search of the vehicle 
was conducted and marijuana was located. 

Officer cleared without incident.




Ptl LaRosa




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Incident #: 20175931
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
700 BLOCK OF W PERSHING


ARA SLOAT, JOHN WAYNE 1140 
MEADOW AVE ALLIANCE, OH 44601 
3265

ARA SCHRECKENGOST CARVER, ALEX 
195 w MARYLAND AVE SEBRING, OH 
44672

ARA FRENCH, BRIAN KEITH 707 N 
WALNUT AVE ALLIANCE, OH 44601 1735



While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for a traffic offense. During 
the stop the driver did provide a false name 
to avoid arrest due to warrants and was 
arrested for Obstruction. The rear 
passenger was also observed trying to hide 
suspected narcotics and paraphernalia and 
was also taken into custody for Possession 
of Drug Paraphernalia. A female passenger 
also did make false statements and was 
taken into custody for Obstruction. 

Narcotics were recovered from the vehicle 
and will be sent to BCI for further testing.

Sinsleys Towing did respond to tow the 
vehicle from the scene.



Arrested: Alexus D. Schreckengost Carver
Address: 121 7 Florencedale Ave 
Youngstown, OH 44505
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business


Arrested: Brian K. French
Address: 707 N Walnut Ave Alliance, OH 
44601
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia


Arrested: John W. Sloat Jr.
Address: 1140 Meadow Ave Alliance, OH 
44601
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business / 
DUS / Turn Signal




Ptl D Beeson




Sunday, August 20, 2017
06:23 AM -0500

Incident #: 20175906
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
435 N ELLSWORTH AVE 


While on patrol officers witnessed a low 
hanging telephone line in the 400 block of 
North Ellsworth. Officers had the FD 
respond to the scene to verify the line was 
telephone. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20175910
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Harassment
861 E SIXTH ST 


Complainant: Teresa Cope

Complainant advised that two known 
females have been driving by the above 
location where she is house sitting for the 
resident. The Complainant advised that the 
females are known to have a protection 
order against them from coming around the 
resident there. 

Attempt was made to contact the subject to 
no avail.




Sgt. John Scheets




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Incident #: 20175914
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Accident Private Property 
2875 E STATE ST A


Unit #1 Owner / operater  SALLY EMCH 

Unit #2 Operator: Douglas A Yeager Owner 
PAMELA YEAGER 



Two Vehicle Private Property Accident 
Property Damage Only


Unit #1 was backing westbound from a 
parking space as unit #2 was backing 
eastbound from a parking space.

Both drivers advised their vehicles made 
contact in the middle of isle four.



Sgt. K. Toy




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lncident #: 20175917
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
MED- Person Down
192 W. Pershing

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference a a person down. 

Upon arrival, officers located an 
unconscious female. Medical Personnel 
responded to the scene and the female was 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG.



Sgt. K. Toy




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lncident #: 20175913
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Accident With Injury 
BUTCHER RD / S CUNNINGHAM


Complainant: SALVENO, MARIO


Officers responded to the 30000 block of 
Butcher Rd for a reported single vehicle 
accident with injury. Unit # 1 had been 
traveling east in the 30000 block of Butcher 
Rd when the driver, Donald Shuman, 
suffered a unknown medical condition.

This action caused unit # 1 to go of the left 
side of the roadway and into the woods. 
The driver of unit # 1 was transported to the 
Salem ER. 

There were no citations issued and unit # 1 
was towed from the scene.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Donald Shuman
vehicle / 2009 Dodge



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20175899
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Assist Other Aaency


Complainant: GOSHEN TWP, PD


Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Goshen PD on a traffic stop , who 
also requested a K9. 

K9 Argo indicated to the presence of a 
narcotic odor inside the vehicle. A search of 
the vehicle turned up drug paraphernalia.



Ptl LaRosa




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Incident #: 20175901
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
362 N LUNDY AVE


Complainant: DENNY BELL

Officers responded to the 300 block of N 
Lundy Ave for criminal damage to a motor 
vehicle. The complainant advised that they 
noticed the back window of their neighbors 
vehicle had been broken and they couldn't 
get a hold of the owner. 

Officer made contact with the owner of the 
vehicle and advised them of the damage. 

Pictures were taken of the damage and the 
fire department was called out to clear the 
roadway of the glass. 

This matter is currently under investigation.




Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20175902
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: GOSHEN TWP, PD


Officer assisted the Goshen Township PD 
with an OVI test at the police station. Officer 
assisted and then cleared.



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20175903
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Suspicious Sound / Phone Call
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ,KYLIE

Officer responded to the 100 block of W 
State St for a suspicious phone call 
received by the business. The clerk advised 
that the male subject on the other line 
stated he was from corporate but continued 
to ask if she was working alone. The clerk 
requested an extra watch for a few hours 
until another employee was scheduled to 
come in.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175904
Date: Saturday, August 19,2017
Intoxicated Person
175 5 STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer was on routine patrol in the 100 
block of W State St when they noticed two 
male subjects that were drinking an 
alcoholic beverage. 

The male subject attempted to hide the 
beer can from officers and the other subject 
entered the business. Both subjects were 
issued minor misdemeanor citations with 
open container. The first male subject made 
threats of causing harm to himself and was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT.



Cited: Thomas C. Burgess
Address: 131 8 E State St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Possession of Open Container city 
ordinance 529.0783


Cited: Christopher Conrad
Address: 1471 9 French St, Damascus, 
Ohio 44619
Charge: Possession of Open Container city 
ordinance 529.07B3



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175880
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Obstructed Roadway
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E NINTH

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLEER 

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a report of a hole in the 
road. Officer(s) checked the area and 
where able to locate the area of the 
roadway the complainant was speaking off. 
Officer(s) notified the Street Department.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20175882
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Speak To Officer
754 4 THIRD ST


Complainant: JAMES HOUSHOUR


Officer(s) responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer(s) that a male 
subject in a red suv is going around town 
selling fake jewelry. 

Oficer(s) advised the complainant a report 
would be filled.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20175884
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPITAL


Officers responded to the above location for 
a irritate subject. 

Upon arrival, staff advised the subject in 
question was pink slipped from another 
department and is attempting to leave. 
Officers spoke with the subject and advised 
him he could not leave due to the form that 
was filled out. 

The subject understood and calmed down 
prior to officers leaving.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20175886
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Open Burning
110 W PERSHING ST



Officer(s) and FD responded to the 100 
block of W. Pershing St. for an open 
burning. FD put the fire out. 

The male subject was given a verbal 
warning and advised of the city burning 
ordnance.



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20175889
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Traffic Offense
CUNNINGHAM RD / BENTLEY D 


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for an equipment violation. 
The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the offense and consented to a search of 
the vehicle. Nothing of significance was 
located and officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20175891
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Traffic Offense
S BROADWAY AVE / E WILSON


Officer was on routine patrol in the area of 
S Broadway Ave and E Wilson St and 
initiated a traffic stop with a silver sedan. 
The driver of the vehicle was found to not 
have a driver license and the vehicle was 
towed from the scene. 

The driver was issued a citation for the no 
driver license and stop sign violation.


Cited: Pedro Daniel De Leon De Leon
DOB: 04-05-1995
Address: 414 S Lincoln Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: No Driver License ORC 4510.12A1 
and Failure to Obey Traffic Control Device 
(Stop Sign) ORC 4511.12A




Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175892
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Criminal Trespassing
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: McKensie, Nancy 

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St in regards to a criminal trespass 
complaint. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
businesses loss prevention who advised 
that the two male subjects were being 
trespassed from the store and that they did 
not want them back on their property. 

Officer spoke to the subjects and advised 
them if they came back to the business they 
would be arrested and charged with 
criminal trespass.



Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20175893
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Unauthorized Use Of MV 
210 W SIX TEENTH ST 


Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Sixteenth St for an unauthorized use of 
motor vehicle. The complainant advised 
that her father kept driving her vehicle 
without her permission and he had a 
suspended driver license.

Officer spoke to the male subject who 
willingly gave the keys back to the 
complainant. The complainant was a 
juvenile and the male subject advised that 
she was suppose to be home for the 
evening The complainant was advised she 
needed to stay home due to her being a 
juvenile.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175894
Date: Friday, August 18, 2017
OVI Arrest
565 COLUMBIA ST


Complainant: JORDAN SMELTZER

ARA MICHAEL WAYNE EBERHARDT,  
EAST LIVERPOOL, OH

Officers responded to the 200 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a hit-skip accident 
complaint. The complainant advised a 
vehicle struck a parked car and was parked 
at a business in the 200 block of S Lincoln 
Ave. 

The driver of the vehicle was found to be 
impaired and was administered field 
sobriety test. The driver was taken into 
custody for physical control. 

Several witnesses advised they saw the 
vehicle strike the parked car and then take 
off down the road. 

Unit #1 was legally parked on the roadway 
in front of the 500 block of Columbia St. 
Unit #2 was headed eastbound on 
Columbia St and the front passenger side 
struck the driver side of Unit #1. The 
passenger of the vehicle also advised that 
the driver had struck a parked car. 

The passenger was given a ride home by a 
taxi due to him also being intoxicated. 

The vehicle was left legally parked at the 
business until a valid sober driver could pick 
up the vehicle. The male subject was 
transported to Salem Police Department 
and issued his citation for physical control, 
reasonable control, and hit-skip leaving the 
scene. The male subject was then 
transported to a friend's residence inside 
the city by the taxi.


Arrested: Michael Eberhardt
DOB: 05-14-1991
Address: 14987 Old Lincoln Hwy, East 
Liverpool, Ohio 43920
Charge: Physical Control ORC 4511 . 
19481 and 451.194B2, Reasonable Control 
ORC 4511.202A, Hit-Skip Leaving the 
Scene ORC 4549.021




Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175895
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP


ARA NEIL P BOYD, 46691 STATE ROUTE 
46 NEW WATERFORD, OH 44445


Officer did assist OSHP with an OVI test at 
the Salem Police Department. Officer 
assisted and then cleared.




Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20175897
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Suspicious Person
100 BLOCK OF S HOWARD AVE


While on patrol officer observed a subject 
who appeared to be stumbling. Officer 
made contact with the subject, who stated 
he had a few drinks and was walking to his 
daughters house which was on the corner 
of W. Wilson and S. Howard. 

Officer advised the subject to return to the 
residence for the remainder of the evening.




Ptl. D. Young




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Saturday, August 19, 2017
09:27 AM -0500

SALEM POLICE INCIDENTS POSTED ON 
WESTERN RESERVE NEWS AUGUST 19, 
2017



Incident #: 20175870
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Distraught / Upset Person
1995 E STATE ST


Complainant: ERNURSE

ARA LODGE, CURTIS L 1495 E STATE ST 
SALEM, OH 44460


Officers were dispatched to the parking lot 
of the Salem Regional Medical Center for a 
report of persons yelling in the parking lot 
and possibly fighting. 

Officers responded and spoke with three 
male subjects and a female subject in the 
parking lot. Officers were advised that one 
of the male subjects was upset due to just 
finding out a friend had died recently. 
Officers attempted to speak with a male 
subject who was kneeling on the ground 
crying, but he yelled to stay away. The male 
subject then got up and began walking 
towards the roadway and then down the 
sidewalk. The subject was found to be 
intoxicated and advised he was going to 
walk out of the city. 

The subject was asked to stop several 
times, but he would not and began yelling. 

The subject was subsequently arrested for 
disorderly conduct with persistence while 
intoxicated. The subject was booked and 
transported to
the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Curtis L. Lodge 1495 E. State 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460
Disorderly Conduct M4



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20175871
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1995 E STATE ST
HOSPlTAL


While investigating incident # 20175870 
police were made aware of a warrant for 
one of the subjects arrest.

Subject was taken into custody without 
incident and transported to Salem PD for 
processing and then turned over to CCSO 
Deputy.



ARRESTEE:
Jeffrey Allan Drummond II
1495 E. State St.
Salem, Ohio 44460
Warrant CCSO for Obstructing official 
business
Also has warrant from Stark County of drug 
paraphernalia




Ptl. Donald E. Paulin 




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lncident #: 20175878
Date: Friday, August 18,2017
Theft
340 ROSE AVE

Complainant: LORI ZIMMERLY

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported theft. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised her 
husband stole money and a money order 
from her purse. Officer explained that the 
matter was civil
due to the fact they are married.



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20175859
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / E STATE ST


LOCAL ACCIDENT REPORT


Officer was dispatched to the area of 
Southeast Blvd. and E. State Street for a 
motor vehicle accident. 

Officer responded and made contact with 
both involved parties who reported no 
injuries. Officer spoke with the driver of a 
Chevy truck, MITCHELL HILL, who advised 
he was stopped for a red traffic light on 
Southeast Blvd. facing north at the 
intersection of E. State Street. The driver 
then stated that the rear of his truck was hit 
by the front of a Dodge truck. 

Officer spoke with the driver of the Dodge 
truck, Shawn Grubb, who advised he was 
heading north on Southeast Blvd. just south 
of E State Street and his brakes slipped and 
he struck the rear of the Chevy truck with 
the front of his truck. 

Minor damages to both vehicles were 
observed and photographed. The driver of 
the Dodge truck was cited for Assured 
Clear Distance Ahead.

Cited: Shawn Christopher David Grubb 
4806 McCann Road Salem, Ohio 44460 
ACDA

Ptl. C. Crider 




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Incident #: 20175850
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
At Location  On Foot 


Complainant: DENISE MCQUISTON

Complainant spoke to reporting officer 
regarding the club that was on her vehicle 
and when it can be removed.

Contact was made with Columbiana County 
Municipal Court and they advised that it 
could be removed.



Lt. David L. Casto




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Incident #: 20175861
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
Theft
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD 3


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd where the resident reported 
that some person(s) had stolen a power tool 
and wire rolls. 

The owner of the tool advised that a Dewalt 
Drill and two rolls of electrical wire had been 
stolen sometime between approximately 
7PM yesterday and just prior to the time of 
complaint. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20175862
Date:Thursday, August 17,2017
Runaway / Missing
 2511 BENTLEY DR


Officer responded to a business in the 2500 
block of Bentley Drive to attempt contact 
with a runaway / missing female juvenile at 
her place of employment. Officer made 
contact with the juvenile who advised she 
was fine, but advised of ongoing problems 
with her father. The juveniles father was 
contacted and he advised she could stay at 
work, but was to return home when she was 
finished. 

The juvenile was removed from LEADS as 
missing

Also see incident #20175847.




Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20175863
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
450 AETNA ST 


Complainant: CHRISTINA ZEPERNICK


Complainant advised that sometime 
between 1700 hrs and time of call unknown 
person(s) entered their residence through a 
back window and stole change and 
medication. Scene was photographed by 
police.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin





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lncident #: 20175865
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
Theft 
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: Brad

The clerk at Smith Oil reported that a rusty 
black Ford F-150 pickup truck left without 
paying for $34.15 in gasoline that the driver 
pumped. 

Suspect vehicle then fled westbound on E. 
State St.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Friday, August 18, 2017
09:41 AM -0500

lncident #: 20175855
Date: Thursday, August 17 ,2017
Check Well Being
589 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Report of a check well being of a male 
subject moving back to the above address. 

After a brief investigation it was found that 
the residents have re-married. 

There is no court documents advising that 
he can't be at the residence



Officer Miller




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lncident #: 20175854
Date: Thursday, August 17 ,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: KATIE

Police responded to Smith Oil gas station 
for a drive off. The employee advised a blue 
Ford Escape drove off from pump #1 
without paying for $44 worth of fuel.  Then 
left traveling westbound on E. State St..



Ptl D. Osberg




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lncident #: 20175821
Date: Wednesday, August 16 ,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
813 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: GENE SCHNADER

Reporting officer spoke to the complainant 
in regards to damage done to his building 
by unknown subjects. The complainant 
found that some one had broken a window 
on the front over head bay door, top left, 
and had pushed in a lower panel on the 
lower right. Damage was also found to the 
office area window with several windows 
broken in that area. The complainant is 
unsure when the damage occurred, but a 
local neighbor noticed some of the damage 
around noon the previous day. 

Unknown if anything is missing at time of 
report. 

Complainant only wanted a report at this 
time to document damage.



Lt. David L. Casto




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Incident #: 20175830
Date: Wednesday, August 16 ,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY


Officer spoke with a female complainant 
from the 300 block of E. Third Street who 
wished to file a telephone harassment 
report. The complainant advised that she 
was text messaging a female subject known 
to her and the female subject started calling 
her names. She told the female not to 
contact her anymore, but she continued.

Officer made contact with the female 
subject who was advised of the complainant 
and to cease contact with the complainant. 
The female subject advised the complainant 
constantly contacts her. 

Both parties were advised to cease contact 
with the other.



Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20175831
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Water Line Break / Leak
900 block of E Third St


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 900 block of E 
Third St for a report of a possible water line 
break. Officer located water originating from 
a curb side drain, typically associated with a 
residential sump pump. The drain will be 
monitored to confirm it is not a water line 
break. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20175833
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Harassment 
CENTENNIAL PARK / MAPLE ST 
PARK PLAYGROUND


Police responded to Centennial Park for 
possible harassment. A male on a 
motorcycle approached a couple in a 
vehicle and accused them of taking pictures 
of children at the park. 

When speaking with the couple they 
advised no pictures had been taken. 

After speaking with both parties officers 
then cleared.



Ptl D. Osberg




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Incident #: 20175834
Hit / Skip
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART



Upon arrival the owner of the vehicle that 
was struck was at his vehicle. Minor 
scratches were observed on the left front 
bumper. 

Owner of the vehicle, Michael Hoffman, 
advised that due to prior damage to the 
bumper on the passenger side he was not 
concerned with the minor damage. Officer 
then went to he residence of the suspect 
vehicle and spoke to the driver. She 
advised she was not aware that she had 
struck the other vehicle. 

Officer explained that the owner did not 
wish to pursue the matter and advised her 
to be more careful when backing.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20175840
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
Natural Death
727 E FIFTH ST

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
E. Fifth Street for an unresponsive male 
subject. Officers responded along with the 
Salem Fire Department and EMT 
Ambulance Service. It was found that the 
subject appeared to have died of natural 
causes. 

The Columbiana County Coroners office 
was contacted.




Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20175843
Thursday, August 17,2017
Pink Ticket / Red Warning Issued
151 SHARP AVE

Complainant: PANEZOTT, CHIEF J.T


Officers observed a Jeep parked in the yard 
at 151 Sharp Ave. along with a junk vehicle 
sitting on a utility trailer in the drive-way. 
Due to several past complaints and 
warnings given to the owner, the Jeep was 
issued a parking ticket. 

A written warning was issued for the junk 
vehicle to have the violations corrected or 
they would ultimately be towed.




Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175845
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
Person To Be Removed


Complainant: JIM BOWDEN


Complainant on station to advise that an 
unwanted male subject continues to come 
to his residence and he does not want him 
there. Complainant was advised to contact 
this department if the male subject shows 
up again at his residence so we can advise 
him to cease his actions and explain the 
consequences. 

Complainant understood and advised that 
he will call if he shows up again.




Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20175847
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
Runaway / Missing
210 W SIXTEENTH ST


Complainant: MICHAEL REBUCK

The complainant arrived at Salem PD to 
report his 17 year old juvenile daughter as a 
runaway. 

The complainant last spoke to the daughter 
yesterday on the phone advising her to 
return home, but has not heard from her.

Information was obtained from the 
complainant and the juvenile was entered 
as being a runaway.




Lt. David L. Casto




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lncident #: 20175848
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
431 AETNA ST

Complainant: AMBER RAMSEY

Officers responded to 431 Aetna St. for a 
report of a dispute between husband and 
wife. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
her husband was saying rude things to her 
prior to him leaving the house and she does 
not want him to return. She stated that 
nothing physical took place, but just rather 
the rude comments. 

She was advised that officers could not 
keep him from returning due to it just being 
a verbal argument. She was advised that 
should he return and cause problems, 
contact this department.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20175849
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
Accidental Damage
W STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH


Complainant: Dirnko, Steve 13894 W 
Middleton Rd


Complainant responded to this department 
to advise that a tractor trailer struck a utility 
pole on the southwest corner of W. State St. 
and S. Ellsworth Ave. Officers observed 
multiple locations on the pole that have 
been hit with the trailers as they made the 
turn and it was unclear if any damage was 
new. 

Ohio Edison was contacted and advised to 
check the pole to ascertain if there was any 
structural damage.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175851
Date: Thursday, August 17,2017
Abandoned / Junk MV
1105 E THIRD ST


While on patrol, reporting officer observed a 
vehicle parked next to the above address 
that appears not to have been moved in 
some time and had expired plates from 
2013. Contact was made with the 
homeowner and advised to either put on a 
current validation sticker or garage the 
vehicle. 

The individual was advised that this officer 
would return in ten days to check the status 
of the vehicle.



Lt. David L. Casto




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Thursday, August 17, 2017
08:54 AM -0500




Incident #: 20175808
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A


Complainant: SRMC, ER


Officers responded to the Salem ER for a 
report of an irate patient. 

Officers arrived and spoke to the male who 
did calm down. The subject was advised by 
staff that the Dr. was in the process of 
getting him discharged.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20175809
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Suspicious Person
1239 SALEM PARKWAY B


Complainant: ERIC LODGE


Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Salem Parkway in regards to a suspicious 
person. The complainant advised that the 
male subject was an employee at the 
business was not acting normal and 
appeared to be under the influence of drugs 
and / or narcotics. The complainant advised 
that the male subject had been sitting in his 
vehicle at the time of the call. 

Officers arrived on scene and located 
contraband sitting in the vehicle in plain 
view.

Officers made contact with the male subject 
inside of the business and advised him of 
the complaint. The male subject did show 
several signs of impairment, Officers had 
the male subject call someone to give him a 
ride home from the business.

Officers retrieved the contraband, and 
found was a bag of marijuana and a baggie 
on unknown pills. Officers did seize the pills 
and marijuana. Additional charges are 
pending based on lab results.

The male subject was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for Possession of 
Marijuana and was given a court date of 
08/22/2017 at CCMC.


Cited: Justin E Houle
Address: 282 South St, East Palestine, 
Ohio, 44413
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)
(ORD 513.03C2)



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20175812
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST 

Complainant: Smith Oil, 968 E. STATE ST 

Report of a drive off at the above business. 

Upon arrival, employee advised that 
someone in a Red 4 door truck had pumped 
$17 worth of gas and left without paying. 

officers checked the area for the vehicle 
and was unable to locate.



Officer Miller




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Incident #: 20175814
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Civil Matter


Complainant: NIKKI SMITH


Complainant on station reference to her 
attempting to leave her husband but he 
would not give her their child.

Complainant advised that no violence had 
occurred and that she just wanted their 7 
month old son and would leave. 
Complainant was advised that a custody 
issue was a civil issue and that if there was 
no court order then nothing can be 
enforced. She was advised to contact an 
attorney reference this issue.




Officer Miller




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Incident #: 20175816
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Domestic In Progress
274 W FIFTH ST


Officers responded to 274 W. 5th St. for a 
report of a domestic dispute between father 
and adult son. 

Upon arrival, they were already separated 
and spoken to individually. Neither party 
reported any physical violence and the son 
left the residence for the remainder of the 
day.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175817
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Harassment
211 W SEVENTH ST


Complainant: FRANK KASTANEK

Report of harassment at the above address. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that a 
known subject has been calling and 
harassing her over an unknown reason. 
Complainant just wanted the incident 
documented in case of any further 
problems.




Officer Miller




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Incident #: 20175818
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Check Well Being
106 BENTON RD


Complainant: PERRYTWP

Report of a check well of being of a female 
subject at the above address. 

Upon arrival, several subjects at the above 
business advised that the female subject 
had left prior to officers arrival. Officers did 
locate the female subject walking with 
family on E. State St. and she was advised 
of the complaint and she advised that she 
was upset over an upcoming legal issue but 
was ok. 

After talking with her for several minutes 
she and her family were advised that if 
there was issues to contact this department.





Officer Miller




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Incident #: 20175819
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Domestic In Progress
1630 WESTVIEW AVE C


Report of a domestic in progress at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the female half had left the 
residence and was in route to this 
department. This officer spoke with the 
male half, he advised that they had a verbal 
dispute over her wanting to end the 
marriage and take their child. This officer 
responded to this department to speak with 
the female half and she advised that there 
was a slight altercation but no visible 
injuries were observed. 

All information was gathered and the matter 
while be sent to the prosecutors officer for 
review.



Officer Miller



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Incident #: 20175820
Date: Wednesday, August 16 ,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
2300 E STATE ST
SALEM TIRE SERVICE


UNIT # 1--Owner/Driver JANET SMITH 

UNIT # 2 - - Owner/Driver CHARLES 
SHOLEA 



Two Vehicle Accident.


Unit # 2 was traveling westbound on E. 
State St. passing the Salem Plaza. Unit # 1 
was traveling eastbound on E. State St. and 
attempted to make a left turn into the Salem 
Plaza. Unit # 1 failed to yield the left turn, 
pulling into the path of Unit # 2, causing 
Unit # 2 to strike Unit # 1 in the passenger 
side.




Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20175825
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Person To Be Removed
456 E FIFTH ST 


Police responded to the 400 block of E. 5th 
St. for an unwanted subject. 

When officers arrived the male subject 
advised he was just trying to gather his 
property. The male stated he asked the 
female he used to live with if he can come 
get his property and she told him he could. 
Once the male half got to the residence the 
female called the Police Dept.. The female 
did not want him to get his belongings now 
because she claims it is for a drug habit.

After both parties argued about who does 
what drugs the male half was able to get his 
TV and was asked to leave. Officers then 
cleared.



Ptl D. Osberg




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lncident #: 20175827
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Dispute (NO ThreatsNiolence)
2060 MONROE ST


Complainant: MELINDA MERRYMAN

Report of dispute reference child custody at 
the above address. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with both 
subjects involved in the dispute. Both were 
advised of the issues reference child 
custody and that they have to find a better 
way of dealing with this issue other than 
arguing in public. 

Both agreed and the complainant left the 
area with her children.




Officer Miller




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Incident #: 20175828
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
648 S UNION AVE


Officer responded to 648 S. Union Ave. 
regarding two small children always playing 
in their yard naked. 

Contact was made with a parent and it was 
recommended that the boys keep shorts on 
due to young females who also play in the 
area.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175829
Date: Wednesday, August 16,2017
Domestic In Progress
193 S LINCOLN AVE


While on patrol, officer observed two 
females screaming at each other in the 
parking lot of the above location.

Contact was made with them and the 
dispute was found to be over money the 
juvenile niece stated that her aunt owed 
her. The aunt stated that she has custody of 
her niece and she was trying to get her a 
birth certificate so she could obtain her an 
Ohio ID card to use for her bank account. 
The female juvenile was advised to calm 
down several times and eventually departed 
with her boyfriend. 

Officers tried explaining that her aunt was 
only trying to help her out.



Sgt. D. Green 




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lncident #: 20175793
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Reckless Operator
156 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a report of a reckless 
operator. Officer did locate the vehicle and 
spoke to the driver who denied all claims. 

The driver was given a verbal warning for a 
registration violation and officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20175796
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
1200 E SIXTH ST A


Officer was on routine patrol in the 1200 
block of E Sixth St and noticed several 
vehicle illegally parked. The owners of the 
vehicles were at an event at the high school 
and were advised to move the vehicles. 
They were advised that they would be 
issued parking tickets if the violations 
continued.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175799
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
2561 LEXINGTON AVE 41


Officers responded to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Ave for a domestic dispute 
report. The male subject advised that he 
had gotten into a verbal altercation with his 
girlfriend. The female subject stated that 
she was afraid the male subject was going 
to cause her physical harm during the 
verbal altercation but he seemed to have 
calmed down. 

Both parties advised that they would stay 
away from each other for the evening to 
avoid another dispute.




Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175800
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Neighbor Dispute
426 OHIO AVE


Complainant: JILL ENTRIKIN


Officers responded to the above location for 
a neighbor dispute. Complainant advised 
the neighbor was video taping her. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
neighbor, who did show officer a video she 
took but the complainant nor the 
complainants children were in the video. 
Both parties were advised to not have 
contact with each other




Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20175801
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Intoxicated Person
2823 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a report of an intoxicated male. 
The complainant advised that he was visibly 
intoxicated and had urinated in a nearby 
parking lot. 

Officers arrived and located the male 
attempting to walk into traffic. The male was 
issued a minor misdemeanor citation and 
was transported back to his residence by 
cab.



Cited: Robert J. Kastanek
Address: 317 N Madison Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: (MM) Disorderly Conduct




Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20175803
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Traffic Offense
HAWLEY AVE / E THIRD ST


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for an equipment violation. 
The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the offense and then consented to a search 
of the vehicle. Nothing of significance was 
located and officer cleared.




Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20175805
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
1995 E STATE ST A


Officer responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for a report of an irate 
patient. 

Officer arrived and spoke to the male who 
did calm down and cooperated with hospital 
staff. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson




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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
08:40 AM -0500

Incident #: 20175790
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
890 E THIRD ST


Complainant: SONJA ELLIS

Officer responded to the above address for 
a B&E report. 

Upon arrival officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised she thinks 
someone came into her house while she 
was sleeping through her kitchen window. 
The complainant stated that $50.00 was 
stolen along with prescription slips. 

Officer advised if she notices anything else 
that may have been stolen or is out of place 
to call the pd to add it to the report.




Ptl Z Sanford





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lncident #: 20175791
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Theft
585 S UNION AVE

Complainant: WILLIAM MCFARLAND

Officer(s) responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of theft. The 
complainant advised officer(s) that he was 
given a three day eviction notice and the 
locks on his residence were changed. The 
complainant advised officer(s) that a known 
male subject took several of his things 
before he was able to get them. 

The matter is under investigation.




Officer Brooks




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Incident #: 20175768
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
NEWGARDEN 500 BLOCK B

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a report of criminal 
damage to a motor vehicle. 

Officer arrived and gathered the information 
and observed the surveillance video. Officer 
did speak with a suspect and charges may 
be pending upon further investigation.




Ptl D Beeson




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Incident #: 20175771
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Neighbor Dispute
408 OH IO AVE 


Complainant: HEATHER DOWNS

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
Ohio Ave. for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised officers that her and 
her neighbor keeps getting into arguments. 

Officer(s) spoke to both parties involved 
and advised them to avoid each other.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20175772
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Domestic In Progress
2789 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 2700 block of E 
State St for a report of a domestic in 
progress. 

Officers arrived and found that a dispute 
had occurred between a brother and sister 
regarding a stolen dog. The brother had 
reportedly stole the sisters dog earlier in the 
day and was refusing to give it back until 
the sister gave him money he believed he 
was owed. The brother had been told by 
officers to give the dogs back but had not 
done so. 

The sister did tell the brother to give the dog 
back but he refused and shoved her to the 
ground when she went toward his vehicle to 
get the dog.
 
The male fled but later met with officers. 
The male was taken into custody for 
Domestic Violence and Theft. The male 
was processed at the Salem PD and was 
later taken to the Columbiana County Jail.

See Report #20175760 for the stolen dog 
report


Arrested: Joseph D. Hill
Address: 274 W Fifth St Salem. OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence
Theft



Ptl D Beeson





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Incident #: 20175773
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
JENN INGS AVE / W SECOND ST


Complainant: SANDRA GROFF


Officer responded to the 200 block of 
Jennings Ave for juveniles in the roadway. 
The complainant advised two very young 
juveniles were crossing the street. Officer 
located the juveniles at a nearby residence 
and several adults at the residence advised 
the juveniles lived several houses down and 
walk to the residence on a daily basis. 

Contact was made with the parents and 
they were advised of the complaint and that 
the juveniles were too young to be crossing 
the roadway by themselves. The parents 
stated they would walk with the juveniles in 
the future.





Ptl. E. Perry 





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lncident #: 20175774
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Traffic Offense
1495 E THIRD ST


Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 1400 
block of E Third St for a registration 
violation. The driver gave officers verbal 
consent to search the vehicle. Several drug 
paraphernalia items were located inside the 
vehicle and seized by officers. 

The driver was issued a citation for expired 
registration and a minor misdemeanor 
citation for possession of marijuana. The 
items were placed in evidence at the Salem 
Police Station.



Cited: Carter Rose
Address: 949 Canterbury Lane, Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana city 
ordinance 513.0362, Expired Registration 
city ordinance 335.09E





Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175775
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
E SCHOOL 800 BLOCK B

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to Waterworth 
Memorial Park for a report of several 
juveniles smoking marijuana. After further 
investigation, two of the juveniles were 
arrested and brought back to the PD. The 
two juveniles were processed and released 
to their parents. 

This case is being handed over to the 
juvenile officer for further action.




Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20175779
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 REILLY AVE D

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 400 block of Reilly 
Ave for a juvenile problem. Several 
juveniles were climbing onto the rear 
concession stands and jumping off onto the 
high jump mats. The juveniles were 
identified and advised to leave the stadium 
and go home. The juveniles were advised 
that if they continued the behavior they 
would be banned from the stadium and their 
parents would be advised of the situation.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175780
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
1369 M APLE ST 


Officer responded to the 1300 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a report of drug 
paraphernalia. Officer arrived and obtained 
the item and later disposed of it at the 
police station.




Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20175783
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Theft
1172 S LINCOLN AVE B


Complainant: KYLE BRAINARD

Officers responded to the above location for 
a theft report. Complainant advised that he 
sold his vehicle to his insurance company 
back in February of this year after being 
involved in a wreck. The complainant 
advised he received a citation in the mail 
from Florida from the vehicle that he sold 
that still had his old plate on it.

Complainant advised he spoke with the 
insurance company when they bought the 
vehicle about destroying the plate but they 
never did. 

Complainant advised he would be in 
contact with his insurance company. 

A report number was given to the 
complainant. A stolen plate form was filled 
out and entered by dispatch.



Ptl. D. Young




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lncident #: 20175784
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Accident Private Property
2869 E STATE ST 
MURPHY USA GAS STATION


Driver: Melisa Tomlin;  Owner NATHAN 
RING 

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a private property one car 
accident with no injuries. The driver of the 
vehicle attempted to back up to pump gas 
and the rear bumper struck a pole at the 
gas station. There was damage done to 
both the pole and the vehicle and pictures 
were taken of the damage. The vehicle was 
able to be driven from the scene.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20175786
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
N LUNDY AVE / E FOURTH ST

Officer responded to the above location for 
a parking complaint. 

Upon arrival, officer was unable to locate 
the owner / driver of the vehicle in question. 
A pink parking ticket number 3383 was 
issued to the vehicle.



Ptl. D. Young





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lncident #: 20175787
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Unruly / Delinquent
1449 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the 1400 block in 
regards to an unrulyldeliquent juvenile. 

Officer arrived on scene and made contact 
with the juvenile who advised that she did 
not want to be at the residence. Officer 
advised the juvenile that it is her residence 
and that she had to stay there. Officer also 
advised that due to the time of the call if she 
decided to leave she could be arrested for 
curfew.



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20175788
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Traffic Offense
N LUNDY AVE / E SECOND ST


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for an equipment violation. 
The driver of the vehicle was found to be in 
violation of his temporary permit and the 
license plates were fictitious. The driver was 
issued a citation and Sinsley's did respond 
to tow the vehicle from the scene.


Cited: Jonathan D Sudia
Address: 413 S Lincoln Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Fictitious Plates
Temp. Permit Violation



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20175789
Date: Tuesday, August 15,2017
Water Line Break / Leak
2248 EDGEWOOD DR

Complainant: RON KRUPA

Officer responded to the above location for 
a possible water line break. 

Complainant advised he had very low water 
pressure and there was water in the street. 

Upon arrival, it was found that a fire hydrant 
on the street appeared to be recently 
flushed by the City.



Ptl. D. Young




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Tuesday, August 15, 2017
09:22 AM -0500

Incident #: 20175767
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Ambulance Needed
S LUNDY AVE


Officer responded to a man down call on S. 
Lundy Ave. in the 1200 blk. 

Upon arrival SFD was on scene and 
treating the man as he had fallen and had 
Alzheimers. EMT arrived and took him to 
SRMC for treatment as he was in need. 
Officer spoke with a family member about 
same. 



Banar901




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Incident #: 20175766
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
193 S LINCOLN AVE


Officer checked on a reported irate 
customer at the Huntington Bank on S. 
Lincoln near E. Pershing St. 

Upon arrival the male had already gone 
outside and left in a vehicle shortly after. No 
threats were reported. Officer spoke with 
employees and was advised they did not 
expect any further problems from the 
individual. 




Banar901




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Incident #: 20175765
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Ambulance Needed
156 WASHINGTON AVE 2

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 100 
block of Washington for a report of a 
ambulance needed. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. It was determined that a adult 
female had accidentally shot herself in the 
hand with a BB gun. The female was 
transported to the ER by ambulance. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident # 20175764
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Recovered Bicycle
485 E SIXTH ST

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
East 4th St for a report of recovered 
property. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to her had left a bicycle 
in her front yard.

Officers had the FD respond to the scene 
and the bike was transported to the station. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister





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Incident #: 20175763
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Fraud
391 SHARP AVE

Complainant: WILLIAM DOTSON


Officer took a report on station for Fraud. It 
was advised from the complainant that 
unauthorized purchases were made at 
Walgreens in Salem from his debit card. 
The complainant advised it was his bank 
that caught it and notified him. 

Officer advised to make sure that card is 
cancelled. Officer issued a report number 
for the bank and cleared.




Ptl Z Sanford




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lncident #: 20175761
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
675 E STATE ST

Complainant: HARRY HOFMEISTER

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about receiving unwanted E Mails. 
Officers spoke with the complainant and he 
was advised of the options for dealing with 
the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20175760
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
274 W FIFTH ST

Complainant: RACHEL HILL


Officer responded to the above address for 
a domestic dispute report. 

Upon arrival officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised that her and her 
brother had gotten into an argument over 
property which was civil in nature. It was 
also advised from the complainant that her 
brother had stolen her dog and would not 
return it until the property was returned to 
him and the money that was owed for it was 
paid. 

Officer contacted the other individual via 
phone call and spoke with him over the 
incident, and during the call it was admitted 
to police that he had taken the dog without 
permission. 

Officer advised that if the dog was not 
returned to it owner with in 24 to 48 hours 
and in good health that he would face 
criminal charges of theft.



Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20175759
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Fraud
400 LEGACY LN


We were made aware that a male subject 
attempted to purchase a truck at Salem 
Chrysler Jeep over the weekend however 
the dealership felt suspicious of the person. 
The male departed the business prior to 
making the purchase.


Detective Brad Davis




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Incident #: 20175758
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Domestic In Progress
366 E SEVENTH ST 

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
East 7th St for a reported domestic dispute 
in progress. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. It was determined to be a verbal 
dispute over family matters. First 
Responders and a ambulance were called 
to the scene after a male was having 
difficulty breathing. The man was able to 
calm down and officers advised all involved 
of the options for dealing with the situation. 

There was no physical violence reported 
only a verbal dispute. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20175755
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Domestic In Progress
228 VINE AVE 10


Complainant: HAROLD EXLINE

ARA HARSH, RODNEY SAMUEL 228 VINE 
ST APT 10 SALEM, OH 44460


Officers were called to an assault in 
progress at 228 Vine St. apt 10. 

Upon arrival it was learned two household 
members had been arguing and it turned 
into a physical assault with both parties. 
One resident was locked out of the apt and 
forced his way into it thru a bedroom 
window with the resident inside trying to 
keep him outside.

The assault occurred during and after that 
per the complainant. 

Physical injuries were observed on both 
parties with the complainant receiving more. 
Photos were taken and officers established 
probable cause to charge the primary 
aggressor with domestic violence. He was 
taken into custody and transported to 
Salem PD and booked.

He was then taken to county jail to await his 
intitial appearance in Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.


arrestee: Rodney S. Harsh 228 Vine St., apt 
10, Salem, OH 44460
charge: domestic violence 17-0975




Ptl. D.Banar901




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lncident #: 20175719
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Animal Complaint
846 E THIRD ST

Complainant: BOBBIE MITCHELL,  
Hanoverton, OH 44460

Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
Third St in reference to an animal 
complaint. Complainant advised that she 
was walking her dog when a German 
Shepard jumped the railing at it's property 
and chased after her. She advised that she 
only sustained minor scratches and refused 
medical treatment. 

Officer made contact with the owner of the 
German Shepard and she was advised of 
the complaint. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20175732
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Loud Persons
989 LIBERTY ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to 989 Liberty St. for a 
report of loud person. 

Upon arrival, multiple subjects were located 
in the front yard and porch of the residence. 
Several subjects were identified and 
checked for warrants. Contact was also 
made with the owner of the residence and 
advised of the complaint. All were advised 
to keep the noise down and officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20175743
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Open Burning
543 COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: FD DEPT

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St along with the Salem Fire 
Department for an open burning.

FD extinguished the fire and needed no 
further assistance. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20175744
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Suspicious Activity
388 N ELLSWORTH AVE 


Complainant: Stephanie Frank

Officer was dispatched to the above area in 
reference to suspicious activity. 
Complainant advised that a male across the 
street from her residence was playing with 
lighter fluid and trying to light the sidewalk 
on fire. 

Officer responded and spoke with the male 
who advised that he was lighting a pile of 
ants on fire in order to get rid of them. The 
male was asked not to do that due to the 
dangers of fire and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20175746
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Posses Of Stolen Propertry
182 N UNION AVE

Complainant: JUSTIN BATMAN-SMITHA

Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of 
N. Union Avenue for an incident involving a 
possible stolen bicycle.

Officer responded and made contact with 
the complainant who advised that he was 
repainting a bike he recently bought in his 
front yard when a female subject stopped 
and stated the bicycle belonged to her son 
and that he stole it. The complainant 
advised he just bought the bike off an 
acquaintance who was also present.

Photographs were obtained of the bike. 
Officer made contact with the female 
subject in the 1000 block of Cleveland 
Street who advised she recognized the 
orange handle bars on the bike as 
belonging to her son. The bicycle her son 
had missing was not the bicycle on N. 
Union Avenue, but her son advised the 
handle bars did appear to match. 

Officer responded back to Union Avenue 
and the handle bars did not seem to match 
the description by the male juvenile. More 
photographs of the hand bars were 
obtained, but the juvenile could not be 
located to view the photographs. Attempted 
contact with the female subject was made, 
but she did not answer.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 201 75747
Date: Sunday, 
Accident No Injury Reported
712 JENNINGS AVE


Unit 1, Driver / Owner,  RAY 
ABERCROMBIE 

Unit 2, Parked / Unoccupied,  Owner Gail 
Shontz 

Prop Owner ROBERT SHONTZ 712 
JENNlNGS AVE


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Jennings Ave for a motor vehicle accident. 
Unit 1 had been traveling South on 
Jennings Ave., it passed through the 
intersection of Jennings Ave and W Eighth 
St without stopping for the stop sign, 
subsequently ran off the left side of the road 
at a bend, struck the back end of a parked 
and unoccupied mini-van which spun 
approximately 90 degrees and Unit 1 then 
struck a metal fence in the side yard of 712 
Jennings Ave shearing numerous fence 
posts before coming to final rest. 

The driver of Unit 1, RAY ABERCROMBIE, 
was uninjured and declined medical 
treatment. The driver advised of a 
mechanical failure with the brakes. 

The driver was subsequently issued a 
citation for failure to control. The driver and 
property owner at 712 Jennings were both 
provided with a report number and 
insurance information. 

Sinsley responded and towed Unit 1. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20175749
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of 
E. Third Street for a telephone harassment 
report. Officer responded and was advised 
by the complainant that she contacted a 
female subject to get in contact with that 
females father. The female subject then 
made a rude comment to her and the 
complainant advised she wished to file a 
report. 

Officers made contact with the female 
subject in the 600 block of E. Third Street 
and she was advised of the complaint. Both 
parties were advised to cease contact with 
each other.



Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20175750
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL

Police responded to the Salem ER parking 
lot in reference to a group of subjects 
standing in the parking lot.

Upon arrival police spoke with several 
subjects who advised a friend had been 
transported to the ER with possible alcohol 
poisoning. They advised that they wanted to 
speak with the person who had him 
transported there but the subject left 
running eastbound on E. State St.. They 
advised they gave chase and the subject 
jumped into a passing vehicle and fled the 
scene. 

The subject that fled was transported to the 
Salem PD by the motorist that picked him 
up and gave a statement. Two of the 
subjects involved at the ER gave 
statements also.

All parties gave conflicting statements. The 
case will be sent to the prosecutors office 
for review for any possible charges.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20175753
Date: Monday, August 14,2017
Intoxicated Person
2875 E STATE ST A 
GROCERY


Officer on patrol at WalMart on E. State 
Street was advised by an employee that a 
male subject was in the parking lot area on 
the east side of the building drinking a bottle 
a liquor and acting strange. Officer made 
contact with the subject who had an open 
bottle of Southern Comfort liquor in which 
he stated he paid for, but then admitted that 
he stole the bottle from inside the store. 

The subject had no money and advised he 
did need medical attention. First 
Responders and an ambulance service 
responded. 

The subject was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center per his request 
and for a mental evaluation. The price of 
the liquor was $11.12 and theft charges are 
pending for the subject.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Monday, August 14, 2017
09:14 AM -0500

lncident #: 20175734
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Water Line Break / Leak
2000 N LINCOLN AVE


Male individual on station to report a water 
line break near his house. He advised that 
he was at the end of the Salem city water 
line. Contact was made with the water dept. 
and they were advised.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175735
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
230 N LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: JOHN STAINER

Officer responded to the above location for 
a parking complaint. The parking lot was 
closed for a paving company to resurface it. 
A vehicle was still parked in the parking lot 
even though it had been blocked off. Prior 
to arrival, the individual in charge had 
already contacted a towing service and they 
had the vehicle removed.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175736
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
HIGHLAND AVE / E TENTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of two vehicles parked on the 
wrong side of the roadway.

Officers spoke with a male and female 
subject, the male subject said he was just 
picking up more newspapers from the 
female subject. Both subjects work for the 
Vindicator. Officers advised they were 
parked illegally both subjects moved their 
vehicles.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20175737
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
325 W TENTH ST

Complainant: WILLIAM KORDA

The complainant contacted this department 
to report that his 2002 Ford F-150 was 
egged sometime overnight.

He advised that this is not the first time this 
occurred in the recent past and his vehicle 
has sustained paint damage from the 
eggings. Extra patrol requested in the area, 
due to this being an ongoing problem.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175739
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Fight
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: BRADLEY LEWIS

Officers responded to 968 E. State St. for a 
report of a possible fight. 

Upon arrival, it was found that a male was 
in the store starting an argument with his 
girlfriend, who is employed there. The male 
fled the scene when other employees 
contacted this department. Officers checked 
the area, but he was not located. 

The complainant was advised to contact 
this department, should he return and 
cause problems.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175740
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Speak To Officer
426 OHIO AVE


Complainant: JOE ENTRIKEN

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant about the 
neighbors daughter playing with their 
daughters toys and breaking them. Officers 
spoke with the neighbor and advised that 
the complainant doesn't want their daughter 
in their yard anymore.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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lncident #: 20175741
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Assist Perry Police
360 W STATE ST

Complainant: PERRY TWP

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Twp Officer with a physical 
domestic. Officers remained on scene until 
Perry Officer conducted his investigation 
and arrest of a female subject.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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lncident #: 20175742
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
673 FRANKLIN AVE 


Police responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin Ave for a dispute with a mother 
and daughter. 

When officers arrived everything had 
already calmed down. The mother advised 
that her 35yo daughter had went out 
drinking with someone she had met on 
Facebook and had not shown up for the 
family cookout. When the daughter arrived 
the mother became very upset and started 
yelling at her adult daughter because she 
did not know where she was. 

Both parties advised nothing physical had 
taken place. Officers cleared without 
incident.




Ptl D. Osberg D. Osberg




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lncident #: 20175719
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Animal Complaint
846 E THIRD ST


Complainant: BOBBIE MITCHELL,  
Hanoverton, OH 

Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
Third St in reference to an animal 
complaint. Complainant advised that she 
was walking her dog when a German 
Shepard jumped the railing at it's property 
and chased after her. She advised that she 
only sustained minor scratches and refused 
medical treatment. 

Officer made contact with the owner of the 
German Shepard and she was advised of 
the complaint. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20175720
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Protection Order Violation
218 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: CHELSEA WILSON

Officers responded to 21 8 E. 6th St. to 
speak with female complainant, Chelsea 
Wilson reference to her ex-boyfriend driving 
around her residence in a black colored 
Chevy Impala. Complainant advised that 
she does have a child with her ex-boyfriend 
and that she has an active protection order 
against her ex-boyfriend. 

Several officers checked the surrounding 
area and were unable to locate the vehicle. 

Complainant filled out a written statement. 
This incident will be sent to the Columbiana 
County Prosecutors office for review for 
possible charges of violating a protection 
order against the complainant's ex-
boyfriend.




Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20175721
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Shoplifter(s)
1125 E STATE ST
CONVENIENCE STORE


Officers were dispatched to Circle K in the 
1100 block of E State St in reference to a 
shop lifter. 

Complainant, an employee, advised that a 
male juvenile wearing a red shirt, blue 
jeans, and a gold necklace had taken 
something out of the store. 

Officers located the juvenile at the rear of 
the store by the dumpster and spoke with 
him about the incident. The juvenile advised 
that he purchased three drinks and a 
package of cookies and denied having 
stolen anything. 

Upon speaking with the clerk, she advised 
that the juvenile did purchase all items this 
time, but was suspected to have stolen 
items from the store in the past. The 
juvenile was advised by the staff that he 
was no longer welcome at the store and not 
to return. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20175722
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
101 5 N LINCOLN AVE
CEMETERY


Complainant: STEVE FINCH

Officers were called to check Hope 
Cemetery for a suspicious vehicle.

Complainant advised that he could see the 
tail lights of a vehicle parked inside the 
cemetery after dark. Officers responded 
and checked the area. The vehicle was 
found to be parked inside Centennial Park. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20175723
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SHOPPING MALL


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Police responded to WaCMart in reference 
to a shoplifter. Female subject was taken 
into custody, transported to the Salem PD 
for processing and then incarcerated in the 
Columbiana County Jail pending the 
posting of bond or her arraignment in 
CCMC. 

Female also had a warrant through CCSO 
for failure to appear.


ARRESTEE:
Cameron A. Yarwood
9951 Randel Rd.
Hanoverton, Ohio 44423
charges: theft, warrant


Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20175724
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Dog At Large 
W STATE ST / SHARP AVE


Complainant: KATHY JAFFE,

Officers were dispatched to the above area 
in regards to a dog at large. Complainant 
advised of a large brindle colored dog 
running in the area. 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area, but 
were unable to locate the animal.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20175725
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Loud Persons
555 N LINCOLN AVE


Officers responded to 555 N. Lincoln Ave. 
for a report of a loud person. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
male subject, whom was intoxicated. He 
was advised of the complaint and to keep 
the noise down. 




Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20175726
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Traffic Offense
W STATE ST / GEORGETOWN RD


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
area of W State St and Georgetown Rd for 
a speeding violation. After a brief 
investigation, K9 Argo was deployed for an 
open air sniff of the vehicle and indicated to 
the presence of a narcotic odor. The vehicle 
was subsequently searched, but yielded 
nothing illegal. 

The driver was issued a citation for 
speeding and officers cleared.



Cited: Derrick Lee J. Cotton 
7231 Cypress Ave
Daphne, AL 36526
Charge: Speeding (Salem ORD 333.03)




Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20175727
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
SCARBORO LN / PAINTER RD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to a pump station on 
Painter Rd to check on a report of a 
suspicious truck parked near the
City Limits. 

Upon arriving, officers observed no vehicles 
at the pump station, but did observe a truck 
parked on private property across the road 
from where the pump station is located. 
There were numerous vehicles parked at 
the private residence and nothing appeared 
out of order. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20175728
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
COURT DR K 
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer observed a vehicle travelling into 
and through Centennial Park after hours. 
Officer initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle 
and identified the driver who resided nearby 
and was using the park as a short cut to get 
to the individuals driveway. Officer advised 
of the park hours and cleared without 
incident. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20175731
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Intoxicated Driver
BENTON RD / W STATE ST


Complainant: ALLISON, JENIFER

ARA Jose, Francisco M 610 E FOURTH ST 
SALEM, OH 44460


Officers responded to a report of a silver 
mini van operating in an erratic manner as it 
was eastbound on W State St. The caller 
advised they were behind the vehicle and 
had just passed Circle K West and were 
driving up over the rail road overpass. 

Officer was approaching westbound on W 
State St near Howard Ave and observed 
the silver mini van travelling eastbound on 
W State St from the overpass near 
Jennings Ave. Officer observed the mini 
van appeared to be travelling well below the 
25MPH speed limit and was over correcting 
its steering, resulting in weaving back and 
forth. Officer also observed that the vehicle 
behind the mini van began flashing its lights 
and slowed down to allow officer to turn 
around and pull behind the vehicle as 
instructed by the Salem Dispatcher who still 
had the caller on the phone. 

Officer subsequently activated the overhead 
emergency Iights / siren and effected a 
traffic stop on the vehicle on W State St. 
near Howard Ave. 

Ptl Cochran arrived on scene at that time. 
Officers approached and noted the driver 
had very blood shot eyes and slow motor 
skills.

The driver stated he did not have a driver's 
license and was requested to exit the 
vehicle. Ptl Cochran had the driver step to 
the curb where he administered an HGN, 
and noted 6 out of 6 clues. Ptl Cochran 
explained the walk and turn test, however 
the individual did not fully understand the 
instructions. 

A portable breath test was administered by 
Ptl Cochran with a result of 3.63 and the 
individual was taken into custody for 
suspected OVI.

The individual was transported to Salem PD 
by Ptl Cochran while this officer stood by at 
the scene of the stop with the vehicle and 
its occupants until a licensed driver arrived 
who could drive the other vehicle 
passengers home. 

This officer then responded to the Salem 
PD along with a translator who assisted 
during processing.

After the BMV form was read and the 20 
minute waiting period, the individual 
submitted a breath sample with a result of 
3.11 BAC on the Datamaster. 

Ptl Cochran issued the individual citations 
and paperwork, after which time the 
translator assisted the individual with 
transportation home. 


Arrested: Fransisco M Jose, DOB: 
08/17/1986
OVI and Driving without a License
610 E Fourth St, Salem OH 44460



Sgt B Slider S71088



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lncident #: 20175732
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Loud Persons
989 LIBERTY ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to 989 Liberty St. for a 
report of loud person(s). 

Upon arrival, multiple subjects were located 
in the front yard and porch of the residence. 
Several subjects were identified and 
checked for warrants. Contact was also 
made with the owner of the residence and 
advised of the complaint. 

All were advised to keep the noise down 
and officers cleared.




Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20175733
Date: Sunday, August 13,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
288 WOODLAND AVE


Officers responded to 288 Woodland Ave. 
for a report of a male juvenile on the porch 
of the residence with a gun.

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
juvenile and detained. No gun was located 
on the juvenile. The juvenile advised that he 
came to the residence to see his girlfriend 
after he suspected her of cheating on him. 
He reports that he called his girlfriend via 
phone and a male answered the phone who 
threatened to come to his girlfriends 
residence and assault him. The juvenile 
advised he threatened that he had a gun 
since he was by himself. 

The juvenile was subsequently placed 
under arrest for an unruly offense. He was 
transported to the Salem Police Dept. for 
processing and later released to his 
grandfather. Officer cleared.



ARRESTED JUVENILE:

282 Lisbon Rd.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Unruly



Ptl. B. Smith




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Sunday, August 13, 2017
08:54 AM -0500

lncident #: 20175704
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
1400 S LINCOLN AVE 6 

Complainant: KLG


Officers responded to the above location to 
assist KLG with a female subject who had 
fallen and couldn't get up.

KLG transported the female to Salem ER.




Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20175705
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Domestic In Progress
267 H AWLEY AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a domestic in progress, 

Officers arrived on scene and the female 
suspect already left the residence. Officers 
spoke with a male and female subject who 
stated the female's mother arrived at the 
residence and started a verbal fight with the 
male subject. 

Officers spoke with the mother who stated 
she just wants her daughter to leave her 
husband and come home. Both parties 
stated that they didn't want any charges 
filed at this time, Officers advised both 
parties to remain apart the rest of the day.




Ptl. M. Wirkner




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Incident #: 20175708
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Harassment 
228 VINE AVE

Complainant: CHARLES CORBETT


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of harassment, Officers spoke with 
the complainant who stated that a male 
subject has been harassing his female 
employee and her family. 

Officers spoke with the male subject who 
stated the female subject was threatening 
him first. 

Both parties were told to stay away from 
each other.




Ptl. M. Wirkner




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lncident #: 20175709
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Speak To Officer
275 ELM AVE


Complainant: STEVE WILSON


Report of a speak with officer at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that a 
known female subject has been dumping 
her trash at the dumpster at work. 
Complainant advised that they just wanted 
the incident documented do to this 
becoming an ongoing problem. 

This officer attempted to make contact with 
the female subject at her residence but no 
one was home.




Officer Miller




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Incident #: 20175711
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
650 SHARP AVE


Report of a domestic dispute in progress at 
the above address. Upon arrival, officers 
found that a female subject with a history of 
mental illness had went after her husband 
over issues with her illness. 

The Salem F.D., EMT responded and she 
was transported to the Salem E.R. by EMT 
for evaluation of her mental state. 

No visible injuries were observed on the 
husband at the time of the incident.




Officer Miller




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Incident #: 20175713
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


UNIT # 1 Driver: CRYSTAL HOSKINSON  /  
Owner Robin Stanley , SALEM, OH

UNIT # 2 Driver / Owner ENRICO 
BEAMON, ROSSFORD, OH 


Minor Two Vehicle Accident. Local Report 
Only.

Unit # 2 was traveling northbound on N. 
Lincoln Ave. and slowedlstopped in traffic 
near the intersection of E. 3rd St.

Unit # 1 was traveling northbound behind 
Unit # 2 and slowed, but failed to stop, 
striking Unit # 2 in the back end.

Unit # 1 at fault.





Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175714
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
550 S ELLSWORTH AVE
FACTORY

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of two male subjects entering the 
building through an open window. Officers 
gained entry to the building and were 
unable to locate the two male subjects.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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Incident #: 20175715
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Speak To Officer
875 GRANITE AVE


Complainant: BRIANNA ALLEN,  
LIVERPOOL, OH


The complainant responded to this 
department to report problems she is 
having with her ex boyfriend. She advised 
that she was outside of his residence 
yesterday and he threw a rock, which struck 
her vehicle causing minor damage. She 
advised that when she got out of the vehicle 
to look, the ex boyfriend reportedly shoved 
her.

The complainant was advised to refrain 
from going back to his residence. Officer 
will make contact with the male and 
possible charges may follow.




Sgt. D. Green





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Incident #: 20175717
Date: Saturday, August 12, 2017
Person To Be Removed
541 N LINCOLN AVE

Report of a person to be removed at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the male subject had left the 
residence and officers began to check the 
area for the male subject. This officer did 
make contact with him via cell phone and 
he was advised that he was not allowed 
back at the residence or he would be 
charged with criminal trespass.

He understood and advised that he would 
not be back and the home owners were 
advised to contact this department if he 
returns.




Officer Miller




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Incident #: 20175703
Date: Saturday, August 12, 2017
Criminal Mischief
HAWLE Y AVE / E THIRD ST 


While on patrol police observed a vehicle in 
the 900 block of E. Third St. that had been 
egged. 

Unable to make contact with owner due the 
vehicle being registered in another city.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20175702
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Suspicious Vehicle 
2875 E STATE ST A
SHOPPING MALL


Police observed a vehicle parked behind 
Walmart on E. State St.. Upon making 
contact the driver advised he pulled back 
there to sleep.

Driver produced a German license that 
appeared to be current and his passport.

Subject advised he is a roadie for a rock 
band that played at a local establishment 
and decided to sleep before heading back 
to Pa. to his fathers residence. Police 
advised him to pull the vehicle out front of 
the store, which he did.



Ptl. Donald E. Pauli




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Incident #: 20175701
Saturday, August 12,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
189 E THIRD ST


ARA HOSCHAR, RYAN MATHEW 189 E 
THIRD ST SALEM, OH 44460

Officers responded to the 100 block of E. 
Third Street to attempt contact with a male 
subject with an active arrest warrant out of 
the Columbiana County Sheriff Department. 
Officers observed the male subject inside 
the residence and he came to the door. The 
male subject was advised of the warrant 
and once it was confirmed he was placed in 
custody. 

The subject was transported back to the 
police department where he was released 
to a Columbiana County Sheriff Deputy.


Arrested: Ryan M. Hoschar 189 E. Third 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 
Warrant for Failure to Appear on a Driving 
Under Suspension charge.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20175700
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Assault

COMASHLEY  POWELL

Complainant advised that while standing 
outside in the 400 block of S. Broadway 
Ave. an unknown subject in a 90's model 
black Ford Explorer through a beer bottle at 
her, striking her in the back. 

Photos were taken of the injury.




Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20175699
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Criminal Damage To MV

Complainant: AARON WOLFORD

Complainant advised that while his vehicle 
was parked in the 400 block of S. Broadway 
Ave. unknown person(s) damaged the right 
rear fender and the drivers side rear door, 
by unknown means.



Ptl. Donald E. Paulin




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Incident #: 20175698
Date: Saturday, August 12, 2017
Suspicious Vehicle
530 S BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: HEATHER DOBLIN

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
S Broadway Ave in reference to a 
suspicious vehicle. 

Complainant advised of an older model 
black Ford Explorer in which the occupants 
were throwing eggs from. 

Officers responded and checked the area, 
but were unable to locate any vehicles 
matching the description.




Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20175696
Date: Saturday, August 12,2017
Speak To Officer
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: SONNETT HOLENCHICK

Officer responded to the Salem Walmart 
parking lot located at 2875 E. State St. to 
speak with female complainant. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she was 
being accused of stealing by an employee 
in the self check out area.

Complainant was upset and wished to 
pursue the issue.

Officer explained to the complainant that 
there did not appear to be any criminal 
violation and that the incident is civil in 
nature for a possible slander suite.

 Officer did speak with the female employee 
who advised that the complainant was 
attempting to purchase alcohol in the self 
check out and she requested her 
identification per policy. The complainant 
sent two juveniles with her out to her 
vehicle to obtain her identification but the 
employee states the juveniles never 
returned and that when she looked back the 
complainant was gone and thought she 
stole the alcohol, although she did not see 
the complainant steal anything. 

Information was gathered and report taken. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20175694
Date: Friday, August 11,2017
Assist Other Agency
537 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: ER, SALEM


Officer was requested by a Nurse at the 
Salem Regional Medical Center to respond 
to 537 Jennings Ave. to attempt to make 
contact with a male subject at the residence 
to advise him that his juvenile brother was 
in the hospital and that they need 
authorization to treat him for an injury he 
sustained at work. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with a 
female subject at the residence and due to 
a language barrier a translator was 
contacted via phone and briefed of the 
situation. The translator then relayed the 
information to the female whom did appear 
to be the guardian of the juvenile in the 
hospital. The translator advised that he 
would contact the hospital and assist with 
relaying further information. Officers 
cleared.





Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20175693
Date: Friday, August 11,2017
Suspicious Person
1125 E STATE ST


Complainant: BRIANNE HENKLE

Officers responded to Circle K East located 
at 1125 E. State St. for a report of a 
possible intoxicated male subject. 
Complainant reported the male to be 
dressed in all dark clothing, bald head and 
over 6ft. tall. 

Upon arrival, officers checked around Circle 
K and were unable to locate anybody 
matching the description. Officer did 
observe a male subject known to officers in 
the 1600 block of E. State St. matching the 
exact same description.

He did appear intoxicated, however the 
subject made it into his home in the 1600 
block of E. State St. 

Officer cleared.




Ptl. B. Smith




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lncident #: 20175692
Date: Friday, August 11,2017
Intoxicated Driver
S HOWARD AVE


While stationary in the parking lot of the 
Sunny's Chinese Buffet, officer was flagged 
down by a motorist advising of a possible 
intoxicated driver he followed behind 
downtown traveling left of center. The last 
know direction of travel report was 
southbound on S. Howard Ave. The 
motorist described the suspect vehicle as a 
white Ford car and provided a license plate, 
which returned to a Chevy. 

Officer checked the area and was unable to 
locate.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20175689
Date: Friday, August 11,2017
Theft
875 GRANITE AVE


Complainant: JACOB MILLER

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Granite Ave in reference to a theft report. 
Victim advised that he is currently renting a 
room at the above listed address, but was 
gone from Tuesday, August 8, 2017 to 
Thursday, August 10, 2017. Victim advised 
that when he returned home, he found that 
someone had been inside his bedroom and 
that multiple electronic items were missing. 

Officers spoke with multiple people at the 
residence who claimed not to know 
anything about a theft. The victim was 
advised to provide a list of the missing 
items. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20175688
Date: Friday, August 11,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
346 W WILSON ST


Complainant: ASHLEY BADDELEY

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Wilson St in regards to juveniles playing in 
the roadway. Complainant advised that 
multiple juveniles were also leaving their 
bicycles in the middle of the street. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with five 
juveniles who were playing on the railroad 
tracks. The juveniles denied playing in the 
roadway and were asked not to play near / 
on the railroad tracks.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20175686
Date: Friday, August 11,2017
Theft
1995 E STATE ST A


Complainant: BONNIE KERNS

Officers were dispatched to the parking lot 
of Salem Regional Medical Center in 
reference to a theft report. The victim 
advised that she parked her vehicle in the 
parking lot of the hospital on Tuesday, 
August 8, 2017 and returned on Thursday, 
August 10, 2017. 

The victim advised that when she returned, 
she found that the catalytic converter of her 
2000 Chevy Cavalier was stolen from 
underneath her vehicle. 

The victim was provided with a report 
number for insurance purposes. Officer 
spoke with hospital security staff who 
viewed the security video.

Investigation pending.




Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20175684
Date: Friday, August 11,2017
Suspicious Person
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: JESSICA LITTLE

Officer was dispatched to Centennial Park 
near the swimming pool in reference to a 
suspicious person report. Complainant 
advised of a male subject in a green van 
that was taking pictures of the children at 
the swimming pool. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the owner 
and his wife who denied having taken 
pictures. The male and female advised that 
she was using her cell phone to check her 
messages in the vicinity of the pool and 
apologized for the inconvenience. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Sunday, August 13, 2017
08:53 AM -0500





Saturday, August 12, 2017
07:59 AM -0500

lncident #: 20175683
Date: Friday, August 11,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / N LUNDY AVE


Complainant: SCHNEIDER, JUDY

Officer responded to E State St near S. 
Lundy for a two vehicle kcident with no 
injury. 

Unit #2 was traveling eastbound when it 
started to slow down and was struck from 
behind by Unit #1. There was minimal 
damage to Unit #2 and front end damage to 
Unit #1. Pictures were taken of the damage 
to both units and both drivers advised they 
were not injured. 

The driver of Unit #1 was issued a citation 
for ACDA and both vehicles were driven 
from the scene.



Cited: David W. Crawford
Address: 17162 Calla Rd, Beloit, Ohio 
44609
Charge: Assured Cleared Distance Ahead 
city ordinance 333.03A



Ptl. D. Osberg




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Incident #: 20175676
Date: Friday, August 11, 2017
Drug Overdose
447 CONTINENTAL DR 40


Complainant: CARESOURCE


Report of a possible overdose with a male 
subject at the above address. 

Upon arrival, the incident was found to be a 
attempted suicide and the Salem F.D. and 
KLG responded. The male subject was 
transported to the Salem E.R. by KLG and 
lighter fluid that the male subject wanted to 
use was taken by the F.D. and was 
disposed by this department.




Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20175677
Date: Friday, August 11, 2017
Civil Matter
1318 ESTATE ST 1


Report of subject to be removed / civil 
matter at the above location. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the 
landlord and the male subject involved. The 
male subject gathered his personal 
belongings and left the above address and 
advised not to return.




Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20175680
Date: Friday, August 11,2017
Check Well Being
1300 BLOCK OF E PERSHlNG


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to E. Pershing St. near 
Park Ave. for an elderly male that appeared 
unsteady while walking.

Contact was made with him and he advised 
that he was walking to his doctor 
appointment. 

Officers afforded him a courtesy transport to 
affirm he made it safely.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20175681
Date: Friday, August 11, 2017
Fraud


Complainant: MICHELLE HARTENSTEIN


The complainant responded to this 
department to report fraud. She advised 
that someone utilized her Key Bank Master 
card information and attempted to make 
purchases at two locations in Salem. She 
stated that she physically still had 
possession of her card and was unsure of 
how it was used. 

She was advised to file a report with her 
local police dept. since she resides outside 
of the city. 

Officer advised her that I would assist and 
attempt to obtain video of the suspect on 
the date and time her bank account was 
used.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20175654
Date: Thursday, August 10,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
650 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: PATRICIA CROWL

Officer(s) responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin for a report of criminal damaging. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to her had sliced the 
side of her swimming pool
open and also flattened the tires on her 
vehicle. 

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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lncident #: 20175655
Date: Thursday, August 10,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
511 BENTLEY DR

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above address for 
drug paraphernalia. It was advised that they 
had found a pipe in side in the laundry 
room. Officer recovered the pipe and 
disposed of it properly.




Ptl Z Sanford




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Incident #: 20175657
Date: Thursday, August 10,2017
Dog At Large
336 PARK AVE


Complainant: GARY JEFFRIES

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
Park Ave for a report of a dog at large. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
his dog had been outside when another 
unknown dog went after it.

The complainant stated that the other dogs 
owner arrived on scene and was then able 
to take control of his animal. The 
complainant's dog was not injured during 
the incident and officers advised him of the 
options of dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20175675
Date: Friday, August 11, 2017
Person To Be Removed


Complainant: ROOF, DISPATCHER

Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department in regards for a person to be 
removed. Dispatch advised that the male 
subject came into the Salem Police 
Department's lobby and began yelling 
through the microphone at the dispatcher, 
swearing, acting disorderly and belligerent. 

Officer arrived on scene and located the 
male subject sitting in the lawn of the Salem 
Police Department with no shirt on. 

Upon speaking to the male subject he was 
found to be highly intoxicated, and was 
acting belligerent and very hostile towar