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Saturday, February 24, 2018
09:01 AM -0500

lncident #: 20181114
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Possible Scam
1614 MERLE RD 

Complainant: MARILYN BLACKBURN

Officers spoke with a female complainant 
who stated that an unknown female subject 
ordered multiple items from a local Avon 
Rep via email. The female subject sent a 
cashiers check for six times the amount the 
bill is for. The female subject via email gave 
the complainant instructions to cash the 
check and then take the remainder of the 
money and send Walmart gift cards to an 
out of state location.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20181115
Date: Friday, Februaw 23.2018
Littering / Dumping
770 E  FOURTH ST

Complainant: KRISTA RHODES

Report of illegally dumping at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
someone has been dumping garbage in the 
roll off dumpster behind her residence. This 
officer attempted to make contact with a 
neighbor and found no one was home and 
the incident will be documented and extra 
patrol of the area.


Ptl. R.Miller



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Incident #: 20181116
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Check Well Being
1050 W PERRY ST 103

Complainant: CARE4ME

Officers responded to the above location for 
a check well being, Officers spoke with the 
complainant who was concerned because 
she was unable to contact the female 
subject via the phone and she wasn't 
answering the door. Salem Fire Department 
was able to gain entry to the residence and 
the female subject was not at home.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20181117
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Harassment 
583 E FOURTH ST BOTTOM 

Complainant: HEATHER BADDELEY

Officer responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant about 
harassment. She advised that her ex 
boyfriend has been sending harassing 
messages to her. The complainant was 
vague on what was being sent.

She was given advice on how to have the 
problem corrected and the proper steps to 
take.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20181118
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION

Report of a drive-off from the above noted 
location. The complainant advised that the 
driver of a tan Chevy Cruze pumped $17.00 
worth of fuel and then left without rendering 
payment. The vehicle reportedly left 
traveling westbound on E. State St.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20181119
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Reporting officer spoke to the anonymous 
complainant, who wanted to make a report 
for comments that had been put on 
Facebook from a known male subject. The 
complainant just wanted to document this 
incident in case it continues.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20181120
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Reckless Operator
998 JONES DR

Complainant: JEREMY HANSON

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
he was crossing the street in front of his 
residence coming from the south to the 
north.

A local cab a white colored van came down 
the street east bound he could hear the 
engine reving well over the posted 25 MPH 
speed limit.The complainant advised he felt 
the vehicle was going at least 40 MPH.

The complainant called the cab company 
and asked if they were the one traveling 
fast in the residents area almost hitting 
him?

The complainant advised that the male 
driver told him, if he was the one standing in 
the middle of the road.

The complainant advised that the driver 
was a male, beard, heavy set looking.

The driver also used vulgarities towards the 
complainant.

Officer advised he would handle it since the 
cabs are to be registered with the City.

The complainant was thankful since he was 
worried about the children getting off the 
bus shortly and there's no way the cab 
would have been able to control a stop at 
that speed.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20181121
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Identity Theft 
711 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: RON GEIST

Report of identity theft. Complainant 
advised that someone had used his identify 
to get electric to a residence in lnkster 
Michigan for $600.45. 

Complainant just wanted the report number 
to give to the collection agency.



PTL MILLER



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Incident #: 20181123
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
600 SNYDER RD

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP PD, 
POLICE 2198 N ELLSWORTH AVE 
SALEM, OH

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a mother having trouble with her 
special needs son. KLG ambulance also 
arrived on scene.

 The child calmed down and was ultimately 
transported home by a family member.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20181106
Date: Thursday, February 22,2018
Check Well Being
180 FAIR AVE

Police responded to the 100 block of Fair 
Ave. to check the well being of an elderly 
male subject. After further investigation FD 
was called to the scene to make entry into 
the home. The male subject was found 
deceased.

KLG and The coroner were contacted.



PTL Brooks



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lncident #: 20181107
Date: Thursday, February 22,2018
Menacing / Threats
230 CONTINENTAL DR 3 

Complainant: TRACEY KIBLER

Complainant on station to report that she 
had been threatened by a co worker while 
at work in the city. Officers advised the 
complainant of the options for dealing with 
the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident#: 20181108
Date: Thursday, February 22,2018
Criminal Mischief
178 FAIR AVE 

Officer while checking the officers on 
another incident was flagged down in the 
100 block of Fair Ave. Officer was advised 
of someone attempting to flatten tires. 
Officer will keep an extra watch in the are. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20181110
Date: Thursday, February 22,2018
Vicious Dog
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Police responded to the 1400 block of E. 
State St. for a report of a dog at large that 
attacked the complainants dog. The 
complainant advised officer that her 
neighbors dog got out and attacked her 
dog. 

Officer took photos of the injuries to the 
dog. The owner of the dog at large was 
given a MM citation. The dog warden will be 
notified.


Cited: Amy L. Sutherin
DOB: 1992
Offense: MM Dodge At Large ORD 505.01 
C



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20181111
Date: Thursday, February 22,2018
Public Assist
1761 E STATE ST

Officers on patrol observed a vehicle driving 
on a completely flat tire in the 1700 block of 
E. State St. Officers stopped the vehicle 
and assisted the driver with a temporary 
repair and officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Friday, February 23, 2018
08:40 AM -0500

lncident #: 20181109
Date: Thursday, February 22,2018
Criminal Trespassing
511 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 500 block east 
Pershing St for a report of juveniles on the 
roof of a business. On arrival officers 
located the juveniles question and spoke 
with them. Officers advised the juveniles of 
the consequences should there behavior 
continue. 

Officers cleared



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20181105
Date: Thursday, February 22,2018
Possible Shots Fired
1561 MAPLE ST 


Officer checked the area for the possibility 
of gunfire in the area. There was reported to 
be between 7-9 shots.

Officer checked the area and all was quiet. 
Several persons 1 pedestrians in the area 
advised that nothing was heard. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20181100
Date: Thursday, February 22,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1220 FRANKLIN AVE 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a verbal dispute. Officers spoke 
with a male subject who lives at the 
residence who stated he does not like his 
ex-girlfriends current boyfriend. Officers 
advised the male subject that he cannot 
control who his ex girlfriend dates and who 
she has over at the residence due to the 
fact that she lives there. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20181099
Date: Wednesday, February 21,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
300 BLOCK OF S ELLSWORTH

While on patrol officer noticed a disabled 
vehicle in the 300 block of S. Ellsworth Ave. 
The driver of the vehicle was able to move 
the vehicle into a parking lot. AAA was 
contacted. Officer advised the driver of the 
vehicle if they needed anything further to 
contact the PD.



PTL BROOKS



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lncident #: 20181098
Date: Wednesday, February 21,2018
Speak To Officer
1867 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer took a report with Perry Twp. PD 
about threats over social media. Officers 
are investigating the complaint at this time.



Ptl. M. Garber 



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lncident #: 20181095
Date: Wednesday, February 21,2018
Ambulance Needed
166 VINE AVE A

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE

Police and First Responders responded to 
Family Health Care for a female subject 
who was making threats to harm herself. 
The female was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20181094
Date: Wednesday, February 21,2018
Dog At Large 
200 BLOCK OF E SIXTH

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
East 6th St for a report of dogs at large. 

On arrival officers located the dogs in 
question and its owner who was attempting 
to get he dogs back home. Officers assisted 
the owner in getting the dogs back to there 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Thursday, February 22, 2018
09:09 AM -0500

Incident #: 20181075
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Harassment
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: TREVOR LODGE

Officer was dispatched to the 700 block of S 
E Blvd in reference to a harassment 
complaint. Complainant advised that a male 
known to him has been repeatedly sending 
harassing text messages to his cell phone. 
Officer advised that contact would be made 
with the suspect to advise him to cease 
contact with the complainant. 

Officer responded to the suspect's 
residence and advised him of the complaint. 
Officer advised the suspect to have no 
further contact with the complainant or 
criminal charges would be filed. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20181076
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: CHRISTINE BOURNE

Officers were dispatched to WaCMart in the 
2800 block of E. State Street for a report of 
a shoplifter. Officers responded and made 
contact with the complainant, loss 
prevention, who advised they observed a 
female subject concealing items in a back 
pack while in the store. The female then 
scanned a few items at check out and left 
the register with out paying. The female 
then came back and scanned a few other 
items and paid for those items, but not the 
ones she scanned the first time or the items 
concealed in her back pack. The female 
then passed all points of sale and 
attempted to exit the store before being 
stopped by loss prevention. 

The complainant also stated that the female 
drank a bottle of water, ate a bag of Doritos 
and popcorn shrimp while in the store that 
she did not pay for. 

Contact was made with the female subject 
who stated that she forgot to pay for the 
items. Officer collected all necessary 
information from the complainant and the 
total merchandise stolen was $49.17. The 
female subject was wheel chair bound and 
was not able to be transported back to the 
police department. Officers advised the 
female she was being charged with theft 
and that a summons would be issued for 
the charge.

Female subject is Amy R. Westover 903 S. 
Main St. Apt. A7 Columbiana, Ohio 44408 
(DOB: 1988)
Theft M1



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20181077
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Suspicious Person 
520 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: JAMIE BUCKLEY

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E Pershing St in reference to suspicious 
person. Complainant advised of a male, 
wearing a white t-shirt and jeans, who was 
yelling at passing vehicles and dancing 
around.

Complainant advised that she believed the 
subject to be under the influence drugs. 

Officers located the male in the 600 block of 
E Pershing St and made contact. The 
subject advised that he was just running 
through town and had recently drank a lot of 
caffeine. The subject also denied needing 
medical attention. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20181078
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officer spoke with an Asset Protection 
Agent with the Salem Walmart in regards to 
a theft of two T.V.'s that occurred on Sunday 
February 18th, 2018 at approx. 6:OOpm. 
Asset Protection Agent provided photos of 
the two suspects as well as a copy of the 
security video showing the alleged theft. 
Investigation is pending.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20181079
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Suspicious Activity
329 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers responded to the above address in 
reference to suspicious activity. 
Complainant advised that he observed 
someone inside the above address, which 
is supposed to be vacant. Officers checked 
on the residence and found the doors and 
windows to be secure. No sign of forced 
entry was observed. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20181081
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Audible Alarm
275 ELM AVE
FACTORY 

Officer was flagged down by a male subject 
who advised he heard an audible alarm at a 
business in the 200 block of Elm Avenue. 
Officer responded and located the source of 
the alarm. A key holder for the business 
responded and advised there was an issue 
with the fire sprinkler system and he 
disabled the alarm. The fire department 
also responded to speak with the key 
holder. The alarm had gone off earlier in the 
evening which the fire department also 
responded to.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20181082
Date: Wednesday, February 21,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
457 Mullins St

Complainant: STACEY WADE

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Mullins Street for a domestic dispute. 
Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that her boyfriend 
came home intoxicated and was pounding 
on the doors because he could not get in. 
She advised that he has been aggressive 
lately and mentally unstable. The 
complainant advised that he ran south in to 
the wooded area behind the residence 
when she contacted the police. The 
complainant stated that there was no 
physical violence because he never entered 
the house.

Officers checked the area, but were unable 
to locate the male subject. The complainant 
was advised to contact the police should 
her boyfriend come home and cause any 
further problems.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20181083
Date: Wednesday, February 21,2018
Loud Persons
195 S UNION AVE

Complainant: RICHARD DOTSON

On 2/21/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 100 block of S Union Ave. in regards to 
a loud person(s) complaint. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with four 
subjects who were involved in the noise 
complaint. Officers then advised all four 
subjects of the complainant and to keep the 
noise down for the rest of the night. Officers 
then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20181084
Date: Wednesday, February 21,2018
Loud Exhaust On MV
894 E FOURTH ST

On 2/21/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 800 block of E 4th street in regards to a 
motor vehicle with a loud exhaust driving 
through the area numerous times. 

Upon officers arrival the entire block was 
searched along with the 800 block of E 3rd 
and E 5th street with negative contact. 
Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20181085
Date: Wednesday, February 21,2018
Accidental Damage
641 S LUNDY AVE


On 2/21/2018 officers responded to the 600 
block of S Lundy Ave in regards to a vehicle 
stuck in a yard. 

Upon arrival officers located the vehicle and 
spoke to the driver of the vehicle in regards 
to what had taken place. After speaking 
with the driver of the vehicle she advised 
that she was attempting to turn around on 
the property and did not realize she was 
she was in the yard. Officers then spoke 
with the driver and asked if she needed any 
medical attention to which she stated that 
she did not. Davidison's towing was called 
to the scene and pulled the vehicle out of 
the yard. Once the vehicle was out of the 
yard and back on the roadway officers 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Wednesday, February 21, 2018
08:30 AM -0500

lncident #: 20181064
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Suspicious Activity
1290 E STATE ST A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Report of a male subject in yelling 
obscenities at vehicles in the above area. 

Upon arrival, this officer located themale 
subject and advised him of the complaint. 
He advised that he was on the phone 
yelling at a family member who was 
supposed to pick him up for work. Nothing 
else was needed and this officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20181065
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Report of a speak with an officer at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the anonymous complainant 
on station reference her grandson and his 
mother. She did advise that there are issues 
at home and just wanted them documented 
at this time.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20181066
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Suspicious Object
859 GRANITE AVE

Officer responded to the above location and 
found the item, latex clear glove with 
miscellaneous papers inside it at the end of 
the drive by the road way. Officer took the 
item(s) and brought them back to this 
department and disposed of them.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20181067
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Truant Student
1426 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: TRACY WEST

Complainant contacted this department to 
report that she has been having trouble with 
her teenage daughter not going to school. 
She advised that her daughter leaves the 
residence and goes to her grandmother's 
residence for the day rather than attending 
school. The complainant was given advice 
on some options. 

Officer responded and spoke with the 
female juvenile regarding truancy and she 
was advised of the possible consequences, 
should her mother decide to pursue the 
issue.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20181068
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
180 0HIO AVE


Members of the CCDTF located a male 
individual wanted on an active warrant. 
Ronald L. Handy Jr. was located at 180 
Ohio Ave. and placed into custody. This 
officer transported Mr. Handy to the Salem 
Police Dept. for processing. He was then 
turned over to a Columbiana County Sheriff 
Deputy and transported to the county jail.


Warrant: Possession of Drugs
Ronald L. Handy Jr. DOB: 1972
180 Ohio Ave. # 6
Salem, Ohio 44460



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20181069
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
474 E STATE ST 
LlBS MARKET


Police responded to the 400 block of E. 
State St for a hit skip accident. The 
complainant was inside of Libs Market 
when someone informed her that her 
vehicle had been struck. The complainant 
was advised of a green Ford, possibly a 
Focus, had struck her vehicle in the rear 
driver side then took off. The only damage 
was a broken tail light and the vehicle was 
able to be driven from the scene.

2009 CHEV SW, OWNER: JOHN 
ATKINSON,  SALEM, OH



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20181070
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Dog Bite

Complainant: LARRY SHIELDS

The complainant responded to this 
department to report that he had been in 
the 300 blk of S. Madison. He stated that a 
dog that belonged to 325 S. Madison Ave. 
was out front. The dog came towards the 
complainant and bit him on his left hand, 
causing a minor injury. 

A photograph was taken and officer 
responded to the residence to speak with 
the owner. The owner provided 
conformation that the dog was current on 
it's shots. 

The complainant wanted the incident 
documented at this time.


Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20181071
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Runaway / Missing
339 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: CHRISTINA MINGER

Report of a missing juvenile at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
her juvenile daughter is missing. She 
advised that she was last seen this morning 
around 830 am. 

Unknown what she was wearing at the time. 
The missing person form was filled out, all 
information was gathered and the juvenile 
was entered into LEADS as missing.


Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20181054
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Police responded to Walmart for a report of 
theft. The male subject was detained at that 
time and cooperative.

The items attempted to be taken were 
recovered by loss prevention. The male 
was taken into custody and transported to 
the Police Dept. After the male subject was 
booked he was transported to Columbiana 
County.



ARA: Timothy M. Gorman
DOB: 1966
ADD: 11 57 E. 11th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: ORC 291 3.02 Theft



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20181055
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Unknown Problem
1073 E THIRD ST

Complainant: DANIEL BELL

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of E. Third Street for an unknown issue. 
The male complainant advised that he was 
at work and received a call from his 
daughter stating that her mother, 
complainants soon to be ex-wife, was at the 
house getting property and she was not 
supposed to be there. 

Officer responded and made contact with 
the complainants wife who was located in 
her vehicle parked on the street. She 
advised she was dropping her daughter off 
so that she could get her phone from the 
house. The female stated she never went in 
the house and that she does not live there. 
Officers spoke with the complainants 
juvenile daughter who advised no one was 
at the house and she did not have a key to 
get in. She advised she was staying with 
her mother, but thought someone would be 
at the house to let her in. 

Both subjects left the scene with out 
entering the home. Officer spoke with the 
complainant via telephone and advised him 
of the situation.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20181056
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
300 BLOCK OF E FIFTH ST

Complainant: EDWARD KANE

Officer responded to the 300 block of E. 
Fifth St. for a report of a red Chevy Cruze 
parked halfway out in the roadway. Upon 
arrival, the vehicle was located. The vehicle 
was not half out in the roadway, but the 
front of the vehicle was slightly pointed out 
into traffic. 

Officer made contact with the owner of the 
vehicle at 388 E. Fifth St. and advised her 
of the complaint. The owner re-positioned 
her car and officer cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20181058
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
180 OHIO AVE 6 

Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant on a male subject in the 100 block 
of Ohio Ave. While attempting to make 
contact with the male, officers located a 
female on scene who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office. 

The female was subsequently taken into 
custody and transported to the police 
department for processing. She was later 
transferred into the custody of a 
Columbiana County Deputy Sheriff for 
transport to the Columbiana County Jail. 
Officers also searched the interior of the 
residence for the male subject via consent, 
but he was not on scene. Officers cleared.


Arrested: Annette L. Reitz DOB 1971
41542 SR 517
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charge: Warrant- Possession of Dangerous 
Drugs



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20181059
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
849 E THIRD ST 

Complainant: SAMUEL ORR

Officers responded to 849 E. Third St. 
Apt.#l for a report of a noise disturbance. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised his 
neighbors directly above him slams stuff 
around all day long. Officers did not hear 
any type of noise disturbance while present. 
Contact was made with the upstairs 
neighbor and advised of the complainant.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20181061
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Traffic Offense
226 VINE AVE

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
200 block of Vine Ave for a registration 
violation, in which the license plate was not 
visible. During the investigation, the driver 
consented to a search of the interior of his 
vehicle. The vehicle was subsequently 
searched, but no contraband was located.

 The driver was afforded a warning for an 
obstructed license plate. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20181063
Date: Tuesday, February 20,2018
Rape
1551 MAPLE ST

Complainant: ASHLEY MARIANO

Officer spoke with a social worker from 
Akron Children's Hospital in Boardman in 
reference to a male patient who reported a 
sex offense that allegedly occurred seven to 
eight years ago within the City of Salem. 

Information was collected. This incident will 
be turned over to this department's juvenile 
division.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Tuesday, February 20, 2018
09:52 AM -0500

Incident #: 20181047
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Fraud
544 E PERSHHlG ST A 

COM JAMES SHEARER


Officer responded to this department to call 
back the complainant who is out of State.

Officer attempted to call the complainant 
but got his voice mail. Officer left a 
message for him.

It was learned that a female known to the 
complainant attempted to use a bank card 
of his that was no good any more and he 
had cancelled it with the bank.

The female tried to use it at a local 
establishment to stay the night but the 
numbers she gave wouldn't go through. She 
did not have the card only the numbers to it.

The establishment gave her a room on 
Saturday which she was to be out tomorrow 
02-20-18 upon paying the bill for the three 
nights stay.

It was found that the female had an active 
warrant for her arrest from Columbiana 
County.

Officer(s) went to the establishment (The 
Stables) to see if the female was still there. 
The staff thought she was still in her room.

Officer(s) went down to the room along with 
house keeping which no one answered the 
door.

Officer knocked on the door advising Salem 
Police Dept. and still no one answered the 
door but a light was seen on inside the 
room.

House keeping then opened the door to 
check to make sure all was fine. The room 
appeared to be vacant and the female had 
left some time with out being noticed.

No fraud/theft occurred at this time. It was 
an attempt to use it though but was denied.

At 1241hrs this date officer talked with the 
complainant who was advised that nothing 
was done with the card numbers since they 
were denied. He advised he was 
appreciative of that. That's what he needed 
to know.

Nothing further with this incident at this 
time.

The establishment will contact this 
department if the female does not pay the 
bill for the nights she stayed for theft of 
services for the room.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20181053
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Theft
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION

COM KAYLA CLAYTON

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the General Manager & District 
Manager of Speedway. They advised that 
they had a female employee who's cash 
register came up short on Saturday 02-17-
18 and upon checking has been short for 
the month of February when she is working. 
They had brought the female in and advised 
her of video they had with her. She did not 
say anything but after being terminated she 
left the store.

The managers wish for charges to be filed 
on the now ex-terminated employee.

They are working on getting a copy of the 
video they have to give to this department.

Officer advised them that the matter would 
be checked into with a detective probably 
handling the follow up and information sent 
to the prosecutors office for review on any 
charges. They were not sure at time of 
report of an actual address for the 
terminated employee. They advised they 
understood.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20181050
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Check Well Being
ALLEN RD

Report of subjects on the tracks in the 
above area. Upon arrival, officers located 
the subjects and advised them of the 
complaint. They advised that they were just 
train watching and that they would stand 
further away from the tracks so there would 
be no further problems.



Ptl. Miller



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lncident #: 20181044
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Theft
2511 BENTLEY DR 1

COM EMILY BERNSTEIN

Report of a theft at the above address. The 
complainant advised that they believe a 
employee had taken a pill (1) PERCOCET 
(5325) from a resident. The employee was 
questioned and then terminated. 

Complainant just wanted the incident 
documented at this time.



Ptl. Miller



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Incident #: 20181052
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
544 E PERSHING ST A

COM CALLER, UKNOWN 

Report of a drug paraphernalia found at the 
above location. Upon arrival, the manger 
advised that a female subject that spent the 
night in one of the rooms had left 
paraphernalia in the garbage can. This 
officer recovered it and brought back to this 
department where it was disposed of 
properly.



Ptl. Miller



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lncident #: 20181049
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Reckless Operator
N LINCOLN AVE

COM DONNA ADAMS,  BOARDMAN, OH 
44512

Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area for a black colored Dodge 
possibly Charger four door driving at a high 
rate of speed passing vehicles in the no 
passing zone(s) going around curves all the 
way from 62 west passing SR 165 and then 
the by pass area heading into Salem on N. 
Lincoln (SR9)

Officer did not locate the vehicle but the 
complainant advised that the vehicle was 
traveling at such a high rate of speed that 
all they seen was it turned down E. 12th St. 
Officer checked the area and did not locate 
the vehicle in question.

Officer did locate the vehicle after running 
the license plate given by the complainant 
in a drive way in the City.

Officer talked with a female who advised 
that the owner was inside eating. The 
owner came out and advised the same.

Officer advised them of the complaint and 
cleared.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20181042
Date: Monday, February 19,2018
Medical Problem / Assist
565 COLUMBIA ST


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St for medical problem. The 
complainant advised he was having mental 
issues and made threats of self harm. The 
male subject was transported to Alliance 
City Hospital per his request by KLG.


Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20181040
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Suspicious Person
120 N LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a suspicious person. The 
employee advised a male subject enter the 
business and was inside the restroom for 
an extended period of time. The employee 
advised she wanted him removed from the 
business due to his behavior. The male 
subject was identified and asked to leave by 
officers. He was also criminally trespassed 
from the business.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20181039
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem

Officer did speak with a juvenile at the 
police station regarding unruly behavior. 
The juveniles parent requested officer 
advise of possible consequences of future 
unruly behavior. Officer spoke with the 
juvenile and cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20181034
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Domestic In Progress
1370 RIDGEWOOD DR

Officers responded to a reported domestic 
violence incident in the 1300 block of 
Ridgewood Ave. and while conducting an 
investigation witnessed domestic violence. 
The primary aggressor was arrested, 
transported on station and processed. The 
arrestee was incarcerated in the 
Columbiana County Jail and officers 
cleared without further incident.


Arrested: Carson N Graham DOB: 2000 of 
1370 Ridgewood Dr. Salem Oh 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (M1)


Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20181033
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Speak To Officer 

COM DEBBIE BEECH

Officer spoke to the complainant on station 
in regards to a restraining order or 
protection order. Officer directed the subject 
to the courts for guidance on the matter as 
the police department does not issue the 
orders. Officer cleared



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20181028
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Solicitor(s)
CAROLE DR

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the area of Carole 
Dr for a report of persons soliciting in the 
area. On arrival officers located the persons 
in question and spoke with them. It was 
determined that the persons were not 
soliciting.

Officers advised the persons of the 
complaint then cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 201 81026
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Domestic Dispute Report 
664 WASHINGTON AVE 

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Washington for a reported domestic 
dispute. 

On arrival officers located the persons in 
question walking in the 1400 block of Maple 
St. Officers spoke with both of the persons 
in question who stated they were having a 
verbal argument over family issues. Officers 
advised both of the options for dealing with 
the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20181023
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Ambulance Needed
725 E FIFTH ST

COM EMT, AMBULANCE

Officers were requested to assist them on a 
male subject who had contacted them 
stating he was hallucinating.

When officers arrived it was found out that 
they were not needed and the male subject 
was transported to Salem Regional 
Hospital. Officers cleared without indecent.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20181022
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Assist Perry Police
CANTERBURY LN / SR 45

COM PERRY TOWNSHIP, POLICE

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to assist Perry Police. 
Upon arrival, officer stood by while Perry 
Police searched a vehicle. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20181021
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
619 E PERRY ST

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E. Perry St. for a report of Domestic 
Violence. When officers arrived on scene 
they met with the victim who explained that 
the altercation had happened around 01 30 
in the morning.

The victim did have visible marks on her. 
The victim also provided a written statement 
for officers, and photographs were taken of 
the injuries. 

The subject was not present at the home 
when officers arrived.

Investigation Pending.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20181006
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
599 E STATE ST 
RESTAURANT

Officers received information that a known 
male subject with an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County was in the 500 block of 
E. State St. Officers did locate the male and 
placed him in custody. 

The male was transported to the Salem 
Police Department for processing and 
released to the a Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Deputy.


Arrested: Scott A. Dean
DOB: 1983
Offense: Warrant: Drug Trafficking



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Monday, February 19, 2018
10:44 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180982
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Accident With Injury
2200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST A 

Complainant: BOGGS, MICHAEL 

Unit #1, MATHEW FOUST, 331.17  
FTY/Left Turn


Unit #2, JOHN STUCKEY

Two Vehicle Accident wllnjuries 

Unit #2 was traveling westbound in the 
2200 block of SR14 (E. State St). Unit #1 
was facing eastbound in the 2200 block of 
SR14 and attempted to make a left turn into 
a parking lot. Unit #1 failed to yield prior to 
turning and caused an accident with unit #2. 

The driver of unit #2 was transported by 
EMS and both vehicles were towed by 
Sinsleys Towing.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20181001
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Dog At Large
795 E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 0

Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
East 3rd St for a report of a dog at large. On 
arrival officers assisted the animals owner 
in attempting to get him back into the 
residence. Officers were unable to catch the 
animal.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20181000
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Theft
1369 S LINCOLN AVE 6 

Complainant: PEGGY MARRIE

Officers met with the complainant at Salem 
PD to file a fraud report. The complainant 
stated that she had placed a check in her 
mail box which was meant to pay bills. 
When she checked her account she noticed 
that the check had been written for more 
than she had wrote on it, and that it was not 
to the company she had written it to.

Officers documented the subjects name 
and informed the complainant that there 
would be an investigation into the matter.


Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20181020
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
1156 E NINTH ST

Complainant: SOS SECURITY, SYSTEMS 

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E 
Ninth St for an interior motion alarm. The 
alarm company advised they spoke with a 
subject who was inside the home but they 
provided the wrong passcode. Officers 
made contact with the home owner at the 
residence who advised she had forgotten 
the new code. Officers identified the owner 
and cleared the scene without incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20181019
Date: Sunday, February 18,2018
Assist Perry Police
859 CUNNINGHAM RD

Complainant: PTPD

Officer responded to assist Perry Twp. PD 
with an incident in the 800 block of 
Cunningham Rd. Officer stood by and 
cleared at the completion of the call.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20181017
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment 

Complainant: DOUGLASS MOFFElT

Officer spoke to complainant on station in 
regards to a telephone harassment 
complaint. The complainant advised that 
multiple phone numbers have been 
contacting him and he was not aware of 
who they were. Officer advised the 
complainant his options in dealing with the 
situation.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20181016
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
S ELL SWORTH AVE / RAILROAD

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a moving violation. 
During the stop officer did smell the scent of 
marijuana. A probable cause search of the 
vehicle did yield drug paraphernalia. Officer 
did also locate marijuana on the driver. The 
driver was cited for Possession of 
marijuana and the other suspected 
narcotics will be sent to BCI for further 
testing. Further charges pending the test 
results.


Cited: Virgil A Ludt
DOB: 1983
Address: 385 Newgarden Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20181015
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
615 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subject in question. The warrant was 
confirmed and the subject was taken into 
custody. While on scene officers located 
drug paraphernalia in plain view, along with 
a lock box. The subject did sign a consent 
to search for and did provide the code for 
the lock box. Officers located a syringe, 
crack pipe and several other items related 
to drug use. The subject was transported to 
this station and later transported to county 
jail.


Arrested: Darian M. Libert
D.0.B. 1998
615 Franklin Ave.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Possession of drug abuse interment



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20181013
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Recovered Property 
180 OHIO AVE 6 

Officer responded to recover property that 
was involved in a theft case that took place 
in Alliance. The property was recovered and 
will be given to the officer assisting in that 
case.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20181012
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Civil Matter

Complainant: SARAH McKINNEY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a civil matter. The 
complainant advised she was attempting to 
retrieve her vehicle from a subject who lived 
in Sebring because he was not making 
payments. The complainant was advised 
that the matter was a civil issue and would 
need to be dealt with through the courts.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20181011
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
NEWGA RDEN AVE / MULLINS 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer took a report over the phone about 
an animal neglect complaint. The 
complainant advised that a neighbor's dog 
appeared to be very sick and in need of 
medical attention. The officer made contact 
with the owner of the dog and checked the 
welfare of the animal. The dog was very 
elderly and did have a medical issue.

The owner stated he was going to contact a 
vet on Monday about the condition of the 
dog. The officer advised him that he would 
need to seek medical attention for the 
animal immediately or the humane society 
would be contacted.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20181007
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: CHELSEA 

Smith Oil reported a drive off of gas from a 
Ford Focus. There was about $15.05 worth 
taken. Smith alleged that the gas was not 
paid for. Vehicle was not located. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20181003
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
480 FRANKLIN AVE 

Complainant: EMILIE LAVOGUE,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431 

Officers were dispatched to the area of S. 
Lundy near Franklin St. for an animal 
complainant. When officers arrived on 
scene they spoke with the owner of the K-9 
which appeared in good health. Officers 
gathered the owners information and 
cleared without indecent.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20181004
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Open Burning
2051 OAK ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of open 
burning. Upon arrival, officer stood by while 
Salem FD extinguished a fire and explained 
Ohio burning laws to the owner.



Sgt. K. toy



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lncident #: 20181002
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Menacing By Stalking 
1250 SOUTHEAST BLVD 30

Complainant: CONNIE MILHOAN

Officers met with the complainant at the 
Salem Police station who was claiming that 
she was being stalked. The complainant 
showed officers text messages from the 
subject. No texts were threatening in 
nature. The complainant stated that she 
was followed from her residents by the 
subject earlier in the morning but did not 
call the police when it had happened. 
Officers stated that she should notify the 
police if he comes around again.


Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20181008
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Assist Other Agency
1285 BEECHWOOD RD

Complainant: BOARDMAN, POLICE

Officer responded to the 1200 block of 
Beechwood to assist Boardman Township 
PD with a hitlskip accident. A vehicle 
involved in a crash in Boardman's 
jurisdiction was located at the local address. 
Officer did assist and Boardman did 
respond to the location.



Ptl D Beeson


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Sunday, February 18, 2018
07:30 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180993
Date: Friday, February 16, 2018
Traffic Offense
NEWGARDEN AVE / W WILSON STREET

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for a registration violation in 
the 200 block of W Wilson.

During the stop the driver gave consent to 
search the vehicle. Nothing of significance 
was located and the driver was given a 
warning for the offense.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180998
Date: Saturday, February 17,2018
Traffic Offense
WASHINGTON AVE / E STATE STREET 

Officers initiated a traffic stop on E State St 
near Washington Ave for a traffic violation. 
While conducting the traffic stop officers 
noticed an infant in the car seat in the rear 
of the vehicle that did not appear to be 
properly restrained. The driver was advised 
to properly restrain the child seat and was 
issued a citation.


Cited: Katelyn J. Blythe
DOB: 1991
Address: 649 Prospect St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Child Restraint Violation ORC 
4511.81A1



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180997
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Neighbor Dispute
711 E FIFTH ST

Officers responded to the 700 block of E 
Fifth Street in regards to a neighbor dispute. 
Officers arrived on scene and spoke to both 
parties and found that the parties agreed to 
trade miscellaneous items with one another 
and that the one female subject did not like 
the items that she received in return and 
was upset that the items were not what she 
thought they were. 

Officers advised that this issue would be 
civil.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180996
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
201 S LINCOLN AVE
CONVENIENCE STORE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer responded to the 200 block of S 
Lincoln Ave to speak with a very young 
juvenile regarding theft. The juveniles 
mother had caught him trying to steal from 
a local business and wished for an officer to 
speak with the juvenile regarding the 
matter. Officer did speak to the juvenile 
about the matter and cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180995
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Suspicious Odor
206 VINE AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave for an odor of marijuana coming from a 
residence. Officers made contact with the 
resident of the address and a male subject 
inside advised he had recently smoked 
marijuana.

Marijuana and paraphernalia were located 
inside the residence and the male subject 
was issued a minor misdemeanor citation. 
The marijuana was seized and placed in 
evidence at the police department.


Cited: Andre L. Owens Jr.
DOB: 1998
Address: 646 Delaware St NW, Warren, 
Ohio 44483
Charge: Possession of Marijuana city 
ordinance 513.03(C)2 (MM)



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180992
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1000 W STATE ST

Complainant: CRYSTAL WARD

Officer responded to the 1000 block of W 
State St for a parking complaint. The 
complainant advised that someone had 
parked in a handicapped parking space and 
did not have a visible handicapped placard. 

Contact was made with the owner of the 
vehicle who advised she thought she could 
park their since her friend was pregnant and 
in the vehicle with her. She was advised 
she needed a handicapped placard in order 
to park in a handicapped parking space and 
she willing moved her vehicle.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180991
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Traffic Offense 
VINE AVE / E FOURTH ST

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a taxi cab for an equipment violation. 
During the stop the driver was found to not 
have a license to operate a taxi in the city. 
The driver was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for the licensing 
offense. The driver was advised to seek his 
license before operating further.


Cited: Samuel D. Koons
DOB: 1969
Address: 195 Hawley Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Operating without taxi license (MM)



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180989
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation

Complainant: TRINITY WALKER

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a female subject turning 
herself in. The female subject was taken 
into custody and transported to Columbiana 
County Jail. 

See incident 20180919 for further.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180988
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Check Well Being
536 WALNUT ST B

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Walnut to check for a female who had 
possibly made threats of harming herself. 
The female was located and was later 
transported to the hospital by EMT.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180987
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Civil Matter
1456 ALLEN RD
AUTO SHOP

Complainant: ROBERT MCCRACKEN

Officer spoke with a complainant on station 
regarding a civil matter. The complainant 
advised that he owns a property in the 1400 
block of Allen Rd and recently has had 
some issues with the business that was 
using the building. The complainant wished 
to have a report on file.



Ptl D Beeson



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Saturday, February 17, 2018
08:52 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180984
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
CENTENNIAL DR / E PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the area of Centennial 
park for a report of a suspicious object. 
Officer located the object and brought it 
back to the PD to dispose of it.



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20180978
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2561 LEXINGTON AVE 41


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 

Upon arrival, officer learned that a live in 
couple were involved in a domestic on 
02/15/18 and the female changed the door 
locks. Due to criminal charges not being 
filed at this time, officer explained that the 
male had a right to the residence. Domestic 
violence laws were explained to both sides 
prior to clearing.

See Report #20180963



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180979
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY, 
SHERIFF

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
S.E. Blvd. for a 911 hang up call. When 
officers arrived on scene they made contact 
with the subject at the rear entrance to the 
home, who explained that his younger child 
had gotten a hold of the phone and must 
have dialed 911. 

Officers determined that it was accidental 
and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180980
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept
411 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: DEPUTY TUCKER

Officer assisted CCSO with attempting to 
locate a subject with a warrant at the above 
stated location but were unsuccessful.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180986
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment

Complainant: SARAH McKINNEY

Complainant on station in reference to a 
report of phone harassment. The 
complainant advised she is receiving 
unwanted calls. The complainant did 
provide a subject that she believes maybe 
making the calls. 

Officer explained her options in dealing with 
the situation.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180936
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officer spoke with the complainant in 
reference to a theft. It was advised by the 
complainant that an unknown subject had 
stolen several items from the store and fled 
the area. 

Information is being gathered and the 
matter is under investigation.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180964
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Neighbor Dispute 
1184 CLEVELAND ST

Officers responded to 1184 Cleveland St. 
for a report of a neighbor dispute. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with both 
neighbors whom were actively engaged in a 
verbal argument over a shared issues 
arising from a shared driveway. The female 
whom resides at 1194 Cleveland St. 
advised that she can not get her vehicle up 
in front of her garage due to her neighbor 
parking the back end of his truck in a 
position to where she can't get her van in.

She reports this is an ongoing problem. 
Both parties were explained that the shared 
driveway issue is civil in nature however 
they should respect the fact that they 
should not block each others entrance or 
exit in case there would happen to be an 
emergency. The male from 1184 Cleveland 
St. moved his truck over and the female 
was able to move her van up. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180965
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
W STATE ST / BENTON RD
SUPERMARKET

Police responded to the Dollar General in 
the 900 block of W. State St for a disabled 
vehicle. The vehicle had drove off of the 
drive that goes onto Benton Rd and got 
stuck. The vehicle was able to be removed.



Pti Osberg



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Incident #: 20180969
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Road Rage
W STATE ST / S HOWARD AVE


Police were flagged down by a motorist in 
front of the Police Dept. The driver advised 
that a vehicle had been following them for 
several blocks. 

The subject was advised to go to the station 
and the other vehicle was stopped. The 
three teenage females in the second 
vehicle advised they were trying to mess 
with the other vehicle for fun. Officers 
advised the females to end the mischief and 
to go home for the evening. 

Neither party knew the other or had any 
other incident with them.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180971
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PROSPECT 900 BLOCK A

While on patrol in Kelly Park officer 
observed an occupied vehicle in the lot after 
hours. Contact was made with the subjects 
and identified. 

They were advised of the park hours and 
sent on their way. Officers cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180972
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Reckless Operator
789 W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 2/16/2018 officers responded to a 
parking lot in the 700 block of West State 
Street in regards to a possible intoxicated 
driver driving a red pickup. 

Upon officers arrival it was discovered that 
the driver was an elderly male who was lost 
and trying to find his way home. Officers 
spoke with family members via phone who 
responded to the incident location. Upon 
their arrival, they escorted the male home 
with officers following behind the truck 
assuring his driving was in order. Officers 
later cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180973
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Assist Perry Police
647 W PINE LAKE RD

Complainant: PERRY, TWP

Officer responded to the 600 block of W 
Pine Lake Rd to assist the Perry Township 
Police Department with serving an arrest 
warrant. Perry PD had negative contact with 
the male subject and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180974
Date: Friday, February 16,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1220 FRANKLIN AVE 

Complainant: ZACHARY SABOL

Officers were dispatched to the 1200 block 
of Franklin Avenue for a report of a dispute. 
Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that his ex-
girlfriend, now room mate, came home 
intoxicated with another female subject and 
was causing issues. He stated that she 
woke him up and they were being loud. He 
then stated that he was concerned there 
would be an issue because his room mate 
called her now boyfriend who was coming 
to the house. 

Officers also received a call from another 
male subject who advised there was a 
dispute at the residence and that he was 
responding on foot from another residence. 
Officers did make contact with that male 
when he arrived. That male advised he 
heard yelling over the phone and knew 
there was past issues between his girlfriend 
and the complainant. 

There was no physical violence reported. 
Officers advised all parties to go to separate 
areas of the home for the night.



Ptl. C. Crider



***************************************



Friday, February 16, 2018
09:53 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180960
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Accident Private Property
N UNION AVE / E STATE ST 



Unit #1:  1998 Chevrolet SW Blazer Silver 
in color
Owner/Operator: Philip Wilson Jr 385 Rose 
St Salem, 0hio 44460


Unit #2 : 2012 Kia 4s Forte Silver in color
Owner/Operator: Gale Pipkins 229 S. 
Howard Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was stopping/slowing in traffic 
heading west bound on State Route 14 (E. 
State St) in the 1300blk. Unit #2 was behind 
Unit #1 also heading west bound but failed 
to stop striking Unit #1 in the rear with it's 
front. 

No injuries reported at time of crash. No 
Unit(s) towed.



Ptl. French



***********************************



Incident #: 20180961
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Check Well Being
E STATE (2700 BLOCK) 8 


Report of a check well being of a female 
subject in the above area. 

Upon arrival, this officer located the female 
subject inside the Comprehensive Behavior 
center where she advised that she had an 
appointment. 

The female subject was late to her 
appointment and was creating a problem. 
This officer transported the female subject, 
her kids back to her residence and Children 
Services was advised.



Ptl. R.Miller



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Incident #: 20180962
Date: Thursday. Februarv 15.2018
Check Well Being
584 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: KEVIN GLOVER,  
PAKERSBURGH, OH 44460 

A male subject public serviced the Police 
Dept stating he had not heard from his 
mother in almost a year. The complainant 
wanted officers to check what may have 
been the last known address. The 
complainant advised his mother may also 
be homeless. 

Police checked the last known address 
which was vacant.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180963
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
2561 LEXINGTON AVE 41


Complainant: NICOLE KLEMANN

Officer on station spoke with female victim 
who wanted to make a report of domestic 
violence that had occurred around 1100 
hours on this date. 

Victim advised that she and her live-in 
boyfriend had gotten into an argument over 
relationship issues that had turned physical. 
Victim advised that during the argument, 
the suspect grabbed her arm and drug her 
across the bed. She stated that he also 
choked her by grabbing her throat and 
stated that he was going to kill her. 

The victim had a visible red mark on her 
throat, which was photographed. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180938
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1136 E STATE ST A

Complainant: KATHY HUTCHMAN

Officers were dispatched to the 11 00 block 
of E State St in regards to a suspicious 
vehicle parked in a parking lot.

Complainant advised that the vehicle had 
been parked in the parking lot for 
approximately 15 minutes and was 
occupied. 

Officers made contact with the subject and 
advised him of the complaint. After a brief 
investigation, K9 Argo was deployed for an 
open air sniff of the vehicle and gave off 
alert behavior. The vehicle was 
subsequently searched, but yielded no 
contraband. 

During the course of the investigation, it 
was learned that the subject had lied to 
officers multiple times. The subject was 
taken into custody for Obstructing Official 
Business and transported to the police 
department for processing. He was also 
cited for Driving Under Suspension-Non 
Compliance and then transported to 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Joshua J. Gatewood DOB 1990
6 Kevin Dr
Alliance, OH 44601
Charges: Obstructing Official Business 
(ORC 2921.31)
Driving Under Suspension-Non Compliance 
(ORC 4510.16A)




Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20180939
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E FOURTH ST

Complainant: SCOTTGUAPPONE

Officer was dispatched to the area of E. 4th 
St. just east of N Ellsworth Ave. for a report 
of a small Hispanic female juvenile outside 
in the rain walking by herself. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
the little girl went with another male and 
female subject walking eastbound on E. 
Fourth St. in an attempt to help the little girl 
find her home. 

I made contact with the subjects and the 
juvenile, who appeared to be approx. two 
years of age.

While walking the area the little girl pointed 
out to a residence in the 500 block of E. 
Fourth St. Contact was made at the 
residence with an 8 year old male juvenile 
who advised that his mother had just left 
and that he was suppose to be watching the 
little girl. The 23 year old brother of the 8 
year old showed up. The situation was 
explained to him and he contact their 
mother, whom was at a next door residence 
and she responded immediately. The lady 
explained the mother of the juvenile was 
working at Freshmark and she was to be 
watching the little girl. She was sternly 
warned against leaving the small child with 
an 8 year old and advised of the dangers. 

Officer will attempt to locate the mother to 
follow up with her as well. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180940
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING 

While on patrol on E. Pershing St. at the 
intersection of S. Lincoln Ave. officer 
observed a disabled red Chevy Blazer 
blocking the middle of the westbound lane. 
The owner notified AAA on her own who 
responded. 

Upon AAA arrival, they assisted in changing 
out a tire. The vehicle was driven from the 
scene and officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180941
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Traffic Offense
N LINCOLN AVE / E SECOND ST

Officer on patrol in the area of N. Lincoln 
Avenue and E. Third Street observed a 
green Jeep Cherokee heading south on N. 
Lincoln Avenue and fail to stop at the stop 
sign at E. Third Street. Officer conducted a 
traffic stop with the vehicle and made 
contact with the driver / owner. 

Officer obtained consent to search the 
vehicle and a wallet was located in the 
vehicle which did not belong to the driver or 
the passenger. The wallet contained several 
different persons information and the wallet 
was seized as possible evidence. 

The driver was issued a citation for failure 
to obey a traffic control device.



Cited: Dewey J. Souers 7002 Knauf Road 
Canfield, Ohio 44406 (DOB: 1989)



Ptl. C. Crider




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lncident #: 20180943
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1344 N ELLSWORTH AVE 

Officers attempted contact with a female 
subject in the 1300 block of N. Ellsworth 
Avenue who had an active arrest warrant 
out of the Columbiana County Sheriff 
Department. No contact was made with the 
female and another resident of the 
apartment building advised she moved out.



Ptl. C. Crider



*************************************



Incident #: 20180945
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Suspicious Person
581 E STATE ST

While awaiting a keyholder from the 
previous complaint (lnc.#20180944) officer 
made contact with a male subject walking 
on the sidewalk whom had a strong odor of 
marijuana emanating from about his 
person. The male subject consented to a 
search of his person and no contraband 
was located. The male was sent on his way 
and officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180946
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Attempted Suicide
560 COLUMBIA ST


Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. and the Damascus FirelEMS to 
560 Columbia St. for a report of a medical. 
Upon arrival, officer stood by while EMS 
personnel tended to the male subject whom 
was found lying passed out in the back yard 
of his residence. 

At one point the male did wake up and 
became agitated and slightly combative. 
The male stated that he was intoxicated 
and took all of one of his prescription 
medications along with other medications 
and said he was trying to kill himself. 

The male was ultimately transported to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center for 
treatment. While at the hospital, the male 
became agitated and began to rip off the 
equipment that was placed on him and 
attempted to leave. Officers assisted ER 
staff in restraining the male with their soft 
leather restraints. 

Officers stood by for several more minutes 
prior to clearing with Hospital Security 
remaining outside the subjects room. 
Officers cleared.

Also See lnc.#20180949


Ptl. B. Smith



***************************************



lncident #: 20180948
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1370 RIDGEWOOD DR

Complainant: STEFANIE GRAHAM

Officers were dispatched to the 1300 block 
of Ridgewood Drive for a domestic dispute. 
Officers responded and made contact with 
the complainant who advised that she had 
an argument with her son over a video 
game system and other issues. The 
complainant advised that she was pushed 
by her son and that he was not being 
respectful. 

Officers spoke with the complainant's son 
who also stated he was arguing with his 
mother and that she grabbed his arm. 
Officers advised both subjects to go to 
separate rooms for the night. No injuries 
were observed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180949
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Attempt To Locate
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: SALEM, ER 1995 E STATE 
ST 

Officers were dispatched to the area of E. 
Pershing St. after ER staff reported the 
male from lnc.#20180946 fled from the 
hospital in a hospital gown. 

Officers checked the area for some time as 
well as sat stationary outside of his 
residence and was unable to locate the 
male. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



****************************************



lncident #: 20180950
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
750 LIBERTY ST 

On 2/15/2018 officers responded to the 700 
block of Liberty Street in regards to an 
cable wire being down. Upon officers arrival 
the roads were blocked until FD arrived to 
remove it. Once the wire was no longer a 
road hazard officers cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



***************************************



lncident #: 20180952
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Check Well Being 
205 S HOWARD AVE

Complainant: LECEY SHASTEEN

Report of a check well being at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised her 
boyfriend advised that he wanted to harm 
himself. This officer spoke with the 
boyfriend, he advised that they had an 
argument over personal issues and that he 
did say it but only out of anger. This officer 
spoke with him for several minutes about 
the issues, he did state that he did not 
mean to say it and that he does not want to 
harm himself. The complainant did leave so 
there would be no further arguments and 
officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. D Miller



*****************************************



Incident #: 20180954
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
975 E THIRD ST

Reporting officer arrived in the 975 E Third 
St and made contact with a female subject 
there. The subject was identified as being 
Pamela Augustine and advised of a warrant 
for her arrest for Failure to Appear through 
the Columbiana County Sheriffs Office. Ms 
Augustine was taken into custody and 
transported to Salem PD , where she was 
released to a Deputy from the Sheriffs 
Office.


Pamela S Augustine
975 E Third St
Salem, Ohio
DOB: 1968
Warrant - Failure to Appear - Theft



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20180956
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Speak To Officer
264 OHlO AVE 1/2

Complainant: TRACIE FAULK

Female complainant responded to this 
department to speak with an officer. She 
advised that she and her husband are in the 
process of getting a divorce and she has an 
active protection order against him She 
advised that he posted something on his 
social media account and she feels it may 
be a violation. 

Officer read the order of protection, which 
stated that the male half is not to have any 
contact with the complainant. The 
complainant was advised that even though 
the post was in bad taste, he had not tried 
contacting her nor posted anything to her 
page.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20180957
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
148 PENN AVE 

Report of a vehicle parked for an extended 
period of time in the 15 minute parking / 
loading zone in front of the above location. 
The vehicle was issued a warning citation.



Sgt. D. Green



***************************************



Incident #: 20180958
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Public Assist
1833 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: MARTHA MANIS

Reporting officer responded to the above 
location and assisted the complainant with 
getting her vehicle started.

Once getting the vehicle started , this officer 
then cleared.



Lt. David L. Casto



**************************************



lncident #: 20180959
Date: Thursday, February 15,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: KATIE 

Officer responded to the above location and 
was advised by the complainant that an 
elderly looking female had pumped $20.00 
worth of unleaded gasoline into a Silver 
colored Ford Explorer from pump #1 and 
drove off east bound on E. State St (SR14) 
with out paying.

Officer gave the complainant this number 
for their records.

Officer checked the area and was unable to 
locate any vehicle matching the description.



Ptl. French



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Thursday, February 15, 2018
07:38 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180937
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
890 E STATE ST


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who showed this 
officer where a syringe was laying in the 
mulch area by the trees on the west side of 
the side walk just north of the building.

Officer brought the item into this department 
and disposed of it.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180931
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Natural Death 
867 E FIFTH ST 

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist Salem FD and KLG with a natural 
death. 

After Officers completed all necessary 
paperwork, the victim was then transported 
from the residence to Stark Memorial by 
KLG.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 



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Incident #: 20180933
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Sex Offense

Complainant: MICKAYLA PLUMMER,  
CORTLAND, OH 44410

Complainant on station with a family 
member on station to report a possible sex 
offense in the city limits. All information was 
gathered and turned over to the Det. 
Division.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20180935
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Reckless Operator


Complainant: DANNY KAISER

Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the male operator of the vehicle 
in question, bearing Ohio registration, 
FUV9449.

The owner/operator denied any wrong 
doing in the operation of his vehicle.

The complainant was there and advised 
what he saw in front of the owner/operator 
of the vehicle and he advised he didn't think 
he ran any stop signs.

The complainant went on his way and 
officer talked with the male ownerloperator 
of the vehicle and he advised he would 
make sure to pay attention at intersections 
but, he still felt he stopped and done 
nothing wrong.

He appeared to be ok and was sent on his 
way.



Ptl. French



**************************************




lncident #: 20180918
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Assist Other Agency
9010 YOUNGSTOWN SALEM RD 

Complainant: GOSHEN, TWP 

K9 Simon was requested by Goshen PD for 
a K9 sniff on US 62 near Western Reserve 
Rd. Simon did indicate to the presence of 
narcotic odor and Goshen PD conducted a 
probable cause search. Officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber




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Incident #: 20180919
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Assault 

Complainant: ASHLEY MCCOY

Complainant on station to report that she 
had been assaulted by a female known to 
her in the 2200 block of East State St. 

Officers took statements from the 
complainant and photos of her injuries. 
Charges of assault are pending.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180920
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
1200 BLOCK OF CEDAR RIDGE 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
1200 block of Cedar Ridge Dr for 2 moving 
violations. During the stop K9 Simon was 
deployed and indicated to the presence of 
narcotic odor. 

A search of the vehicle did recover some 
narcotic paraphernalia and the evidence will 
be turned over to the CCDTF. The driver 
was sewed a written warning for the traffic 
violation. Officers cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180921
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Possible Scam
1364 S LINCOLN AVE 2

Complainant: LUANN MARKOVICH

Officer responded to the above location for 
a possible scam report. Complainant 
advised she had been speaking with an 
unknown male subject via a web site since 
last summer. The complainant advised the 
male would send her a check, ask her to 
cash the check and resend a check to 
several different locations and names 
through out the U.S. 

The complainant also sent the male a 
picture of her credit card information. 
Complainant did advised that a block was 
put on her credit card. 

The complainant became suspect of what 
was happening and wanted a report on file 
due to her brother contacting the F.B.I. in 
regards to the apparent money laundering 
scam. The complainant was provided with a 
report number.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180922
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Ambulance Needed
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 

Officers responded to the above location for 
an ambulance needed report. Complainant 
advised that a male along with First 
responders arrived on scene and found the 
male to be alert but highly intoxicated. 

The male subject declined medical 
treatment. The female half at the apartment 
was advised to contact a family member or 
friend if she wanted him to leave her 
residence.



Ptl. D. Young



***************************************



Incident #: 20180923
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)

Complainant: ASHLEY BURBRUGG

Complainant on station to report while 
dropping her child off at her ex husbands 
residence, her ex and current boyfriend got 
into a verbal argument. The currents 
boyfriend did stated that the ex slammed 
his car door and his fingers were struck by 
the door. The current boyfriend did have a 
mark on his right pointer finger. 

Officer gathered statements from the 
complainant and current boyfriend but has 
not been able to make contact with the ex 
at this time. Once all information is 
collected, it will be sent for review.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180924
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Check Well Being
1872 E STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were called to check on a vehicle in 
the 1800 block of E State St. Where a small 
juvenile in a vehicle was reported as to 
being not properly seated. Officers found 
the juvenile was oldlbig enough to not be in 
a child seat.

A concern with clutter in the vehicle was 
given to the driver and officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180927
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
SHARP AVE / PROSPECT ST


While on patrol officer did initiate 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 driver did give consent to search 
the vehicle. 

Marijuana and paraphernalia were located 
inside the vehicle. 

The driver of the vehicle was issued a 
citation for DUS and Possession of 
Marijuana. Kaisers did tow the vehicle from 
the scene. The owner of the vehicle was 
also later cited for Wrongful Entrustment.


Cited: Clifford W. Poynter
DOB: 1985
Address: 12205 Goshen Rd Lot 94 Salem, 
OH 44460
Charge: DUS - Non Compliance
Possession of marijuana (MM)


Cited: Brittiany Birchak
DOB: 1994
Address: 12205 Goshen RD Lot 94 Salem, 
OH 44460
Charge: Wrongful Entrustment



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180928
Date: Wednesday, February 14,2018
Recovered Property
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION

While at the above location officer observed 
a pair of blue shoes and cut off jean shorts 
laying in the store.

Officer spoke with the worker who advised 
she was unsure who they belonged too. 
The items were brought back to this station 
and placed in the lost and found.



Ptl. D. Young



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Wednesday, February 14, 2018
07:31 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180915
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Accident With Injury
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD STREET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Unit #1 was in the southbound lane of SR9 
and stopped for the stop sign at the E. 3rd 
St. intersection. Unit #2 was also in the 
southbound lane of SR9 directly behind unit 
#1. Unit #2 failed to assure a clear distance 
and struck the rear of unit #1.


Unit 1 2006 Honda Accord
driver: Mark Trexler

Unit 2 2003 Chevy 3500 Express
driver: Kenneth Lude


Ptl. D.Banar



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Incident #: 20180914
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
492 OHIO AVE

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Ohio Ave. to assist the Salem Housing and 
Zone department with the removal of a 
vehicle. Officers met with the Housing 
officer and Sinsleys Towing was called to 
remove the vehicle. 

Once Sinsleys arrived on scene they 
removed the vehicle and officers cleared 
without incident.


Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180916
Date: Tuesday, February 13,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
315 N LINCOLN AVE

Reporting officer observed a vehilce parked 
near the intersection of E. 3rd St & N 
Lincoln Ave that had not been moved in 
several days and had a expired registration. 
Contact was made with the resident at 31 5 
N Lincoln Ave advised of the violation. The 
subject stated that he would take care of 
the problem and move it into his drive.

Officer then cleared.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20180893
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
1039 E PERSHING ST 1/2

Complainant: JORDAN YOUNG

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of E. Pershing Ave. for a criminal damaging 
report. 

Once on scene officer met with the 
complainant who stated that his window 
had been broken by an individual who was 
upset at him. He stated that he didn't know 
who she was but did give a description of 
what she was wearing. 

Officers in the area located the subject 
attempting to enter a vehicle and placed her 
into custody, and transported to Col. County 
Jail.


Tricia Watson
962 Jones Dr. D.0.B: 1983
Salem OH, 44460
0211 21201 8 10:50 And 0211212018 10:50 
Zone: S Unit on Scene: 4
ARA: Criminal damaging 2909.09(A)(1)



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lncident #: 20180898
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Fraud
1400 S LINCOLN AVE 7

Complainant: PATRICIA THOMAS

Officer spoke with complainant about a 
fraud that was attempted with her from a 
persods through her cell phone.

She received a series of text messages that 
she thought was a friend known to her. The 
"friend told her about a "grant" that she got 
and that she may be on the list to get 
money as well. The complainant did text 
some information to the unknown persons 
but figured there were some suspicious 
things and she caught on that it was not 
real but a scam. 

Complainant contacted the friend by other 
means and the friend had not sent her the 
original information and knew nothing about 
it. The scammer had asked for the name, 
address, phone number, marital status, and 
net worth. 

Complainant did not give all of this 
information out. The scam was for 
"endowment for humanities for financial 
assistance with retired, and semi retired 
persons. The phone number they used may 
not have been an actual phone number at 
all. 

Complainant to check with her bank and 
monitor her credit now to ensure nothing 
came up missing or tampered with. 


Ptl.Banar901




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Incident #: 20180905
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Theft
2900 E STATE ST 


Officer was called to Home Depot where a 
customer made claims that he lost his 
Home Depot gift card in the store and felt 
another customer had found his card and 
used it to make a purchase, leaving with 
purchase prior to officer's arrival.

under investigation


Ptl.Banat-901



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lncident #: 20180906
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Obstructed Roadway
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILRAOD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the area south of the 
tracks on New Garden Ave. for a report of a 
large pot hole in the roadway. Officer did 
locate the pot hole and advised the road 
department.



Ptl. Brooks



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lncident #: 20180907
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Road Rage 
2800 BLOCK E STATE ST A 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a report of road rage. The 
complainant advised that a female had cut 
her off and that she beeped the horn at her. 
The complainant advised that the female 
then began driving aggressively and filmed 
her. The other vehicle involved had since 
fled the area. Officer advised that a report 
would be on file.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180911
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
VINE AVE / E THIRD ST

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for an equipment 
violation. During the stop the K9 officer did 
respond and K9 Simon did indicate to 
narcotic odor. A probable cause search did 
yield marijuana. 

Two passengers in the vehicle were issued 
minor misdemeanor citations.



Cited: Allen Scott Vancooney
DOB: 1995
Address: 922 S Union Ave Salem, OH 
44460 (LKA)
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)


Cited: Morgan C. Croyle
DOB: 1999
Address: 7843 St. Rt. 45 Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180913
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Suspicious Odor 
1264 CEDAR RIDGE DR A

Complainant: SALEM FD

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge for a report of a suspicious 
odor. Officers arrived and did smell a 
"chemical' scent coming from an apartment 
thought to be abandoned. 

The Salem FD and DTF officer did respond 
and the residence was checked. The 
source of the odor could not be located and 
the Salem FD advised that the equipment 
showed that the air in the residence was 
safe to breath.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180821
Date: Thursday, February 8, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
300 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN A 


Unit 1 2014 Jeep 
driver: Robin Dennison 


Unit 2 2013 Ford
driver:  (J u v e n i I e )


Unit 1 was traveling south on S. Lincoln in 
the 300 blk when traffic flow ahead stopped. 
Unit 1 stopped and driver of unit 2 failed to 
stop within the assured clear distance 
ahead and struck unit 1 in the rear end. 
Driver of unit 2 charged with ACDA.



Ptl. Banar901



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Tuesday, February 13, 2018
09:38 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180811
Date: Thursday, February 8,2018
Intoxicated Person
1318 E STATE ST 

COM KAREN MCCOWIN

Officers responded to and checked for an 
intoxicated female causing a peace 
disturbance at the above apt location. The 
female was loud and asking to see her son. 

Complainant called police about the female 
but she left before officers arrived. Area 
was checked but she was not found. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20180894
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Graffiti (Spray Paint)
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION

COM LESLIE FERGUSON

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of graffiti. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised an 
unknown person spray painted on the 
eastside of the business. The damage was 
reported to have occurred on 02/10/18.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180903
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
483 E EUCLID ST

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised his 
granddaughter was having behavioral 
issues. Officer spoke with the juvenile and 
informed the complainant his options in 
dealing with the situation.



Sgt. K. toy



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lncident #: 20180904
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Domestic In Progress
421 W STATE ST 

COM LEEANN DILLOW

Complainant on station to report a domestic 
situation involving the father of her child at 
the above stated location.

The complainant advised she was 
exchanging their child and a verbal dispute 
occurred. The complainant stated that she 
was pushed. 

Officer explained the complainant her 
option of submitting a written statement to 
be reviewed for possible charges.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180901
Date: Monday, February 12,2018
Assist Other Agency
180 OHIO AVE 6

ARA REITZ, ANNETTE L 180 Ohio Ave 6 
SALEM, OH 44460

ARA Owens, Anrdre L 646 Delaware SW 
WARREN, OH 44485

This officer assisted the Columbiana 
County Drug Task force on a investigation 
at the above listed location.


Arrested: Annette L Reitz
180 Ohio Ave. # 6 Salem OH
DOB: 1971
Warrant: Theft out of Alliance Police Dept.


Arrested: Andre L Owens Jr.
646 Delaware Warren OH
DOB: 1998
Possession of Marijuana MM
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia M4



Det. Sgt. John Scheets


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lncident #: 20180887
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check

Complainant on station brought a female to 
the police department who had an active 
arrest warrant out of the Youngstown Police 
Department for Aggravated Burglary. The 
female was brought back to the booking 
room and processed. She was later 
transferred into the custody of a 
Youngstown Police Department officer.


Arrested: Alyssa Dimuzio DOB 1996
611 Main St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Aggravated Burglary (F1)



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180888
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Domestic In Progress
142 W THIRD ST 


Officers were flagged down at the 
intersection of N. Ellsworth Avenue and 
Third Street by a female subject holding a 
male juvenile. A male subject was also in 
the intersection. 

Contact was made with the female and 
male, but a they did not speak English. A 
translator was called to the scene. 

The female advised that she had been 
arguing with her boyfriend (father of her 
child) and he pushed her to the ground, 
kicked her and bit her on the forehead. A 
small red mark was observed and 
photographed. The male subject advised 
that he did push the female down, but 
denied kicking or biting her. He stated that 
he accidentally hit her in the face and that 
they were just playing around. 

The incident happened at their residence in 
the 100 block of W. Third Street. The male 
subject was subsequently arrested for 
domestic violence, transported back to the 
police department for booking and later 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Jose Palu 142 W. Third Street 
Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1994)
Domestic Violence M1




Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180889
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Check Well Being
589 OHIO AVE 

COM ANONYMOUS, COMPLAINTANT

Officers responded to the 500 block of Ohio 
Ave for a well being check after an area 
resident reported hearing a juvenile 
pounding on a door and yelling to be let in. 
Prior to officers arriving the juvenile had 
been let back into the house. 

Officers made contact at a residence in the 
area and spoke with parents and their 
daughter, who all affirmed it was the 
daughter that had been banging on the door 
to be let in and everything was fine. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180890
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Unauthorized Use Of MV
968 E STATE ST

COM JAMES SHEARER

Police responded to the 100 block of Ohio 
Ave for an unauthorized use of a motor 
vehicle. The complainant advised he had let 
someone he does not know use his vehicle. 
The complainant advised that the female 
would not return the vehicle. 

After speaking with the male subject, 
officers responded to the females 
residence. The vehicle was at the residence 
and the owner advised he would be taking it 
tonight. The female was spoken with and 
advised she is not to use the vehicle again.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180891
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Accidental Damage
1181 E NINTH ST

COM KIMBERLEY WEIR

Officer responded to the 1100 block of E 
Ninth St in regards to an accidental damage 
report. Complainant wanted to make a 
report of damage to her vehicle which 
occurred while she was travelling on E 
State St. Complainant advised that she had 
struck a pot hole with her BMW sedan, 
which caused the front passenger side rim 
to bend and tire to flatten. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene and 
taken to Preston Auto in Boardman, OH 
prior to complainant making the report. No 
photos were able to be obtained.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180892
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Traffic Offense
100 BLK OF W SECOND ST

Officer on patrol conducted a traffic stop in 
the 100 block of W. Second Street with a 
blue Pontiac SUV for operating with one 
head lamp and also a visible expired 
registration sticker. Officer made contact 
with the driver/owner of the vehicle who 
was advised of the reason for the traffic 
stop. 

Officer found that the registration had 
expired on 03/17/2017 and that the driver 
had a suspended drivers license. The driver 
was issued a citation for the violations and 
given a warning for one head lamp. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene by 
AAA and the license plates were 
confiscated per the BMV.


Cited: Nicholas C. Witherspoon 38024 
Miller Road Leetonia, Ohio 44431 (DOB: 
1987)
Expired Registration
Driving Under Suspension - License 
Forfeiture



Ptl. C. Crider



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Monday, February 12, 2018
09:24 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180879
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: CALLER, UNKNOWN

Police and FD responded to the area of S. 
Cunningham RD. for a motor vehicle 
accident with injuries reported.

Upon arriving officer became aware that the 
crash occurred outside the city's jurisdiction. 
Perry Township PD was advised. Officer 
and FD stood by until they were no longer 
needed.


Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20180880
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Ambulance Needed
353 E FOURTH ST

Police and FD responded to the 300 block 
of E. Fourth St. for a female subject who fell 
in her driveway. The female subject suffered 
minor injuries and was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180881
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Debris In Roadway
1700 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a complaint of a piece of concrete in the 
roadway. Officers removed the concrete 
from the roadway.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180883
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Runaway / Missing

A female juvenile walked into this 
department and advised that she ran away 
from her home in Cortland, Oh yesterday 
afternoon. Officer made contact with the 
Trumbull County Sheriff's Dept. and 
confirmed that she was reported missing 
yesterday. 

An officer from the Cortland PD contacted 
this officer and advised that the juveniles 
parents were on there way to Salem to pick 
her up. The juvenile remained at this 
department until picked up by her parents.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20180884
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Drug Overdose
157 N MADISON AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the 100 block of N. 
Madison to assist the FD with an overdose. 
Police stood by until the female subject was 
transported to Salem Hospital.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180885
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Assist Perry Police
1700 BLOCK OF DEPOT RD

Complainant: PD, Perry Twp 2194 N 
ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM, (330) 332-1000

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Township PD , who were on a 
traffic stop and requested a Kg. K9 Argo 
indicated to the presence of a narcotic odor 
coming from the vehicle. A search of the 
vehicle and the passenger turned up drug 
paraphernalia. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. S. LaRosa 



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lncident #: 20180878
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
950 W STATE ST

Officer had responded to check on police 
units that were on a traffic stop on W State 
St in the 900 block. Upon preparing to 
depart the area officer observed an 
occupied vehicle parked in a nearby car 
wash bay with its lights off. Upon pulling 
around to check on the vehicle and 
occupants, officer observed it had promptly 
pulled out and was turning westbound onto 
W State St. 

Officer caught up to the vehicle and 
effected a traffic stop just outside Salem 
City Limits. The occupants were identified 
and advised officers they had just stopped 
to see what was going on due to all the 
police lights in the area. Upon observing 
that this officer had noticed them in the 
area, the driver decided he should depart. 

Officers did not observe anything 
suspicious in the vehicle and the individuals 
were sent on their way. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180877
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Traffic Offense
S BROADWAY AVE / E STATE 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a blue 
Nissan Versa on S. Broadway Ave. at E. 
State St. for an equipment violation (no 
tailights) and a stop sign violation that 
occurred on S. Broadway Ave. at E. 
Pershing St. The driver, 57 year old Ronald 
F. Holt Jr. was issued a traffic citation for the 
stop sign violation and issued a warning on 
the equipment violation. He was given a 
court date of Tuesday February 20th, 201 8 
at 08:30a.m.in the Col. Cnty. Municipal 
Court. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180876
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Open Burning
789 W STATE ST

Officer on patrol in the 700 block of W State 
St observed a medium sized fire in the 
parking lot of the above business. Officer 
made contact with the subject and his wife 
who were burning paper in a baking pot 
outside for the Chinese New Year. Officer 
spoke with the subject's daughter, due to a 
language barrier, and advised them of the 
open burning laws in the city. The fire was 
extinguished and officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180874
Date: Sunday, February 11,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
E STATE ST / N LINCOLN AVE

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
700 block of E State St in regards to an 
equipment violation. Upon further 
investigation, it was discovered that the 
female passenger had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office. 

The female passenger was subsequently 
taken into custody and searched incident to 
arrest. She was then transported to the 
police department for processing and later 
released to a Columbiana County Deputy 
Sheriff for transport to the Columbiana 
County Jail. 

The driver of the vehicle was afforded a 
warning for Two Headlights Required. 
Officer cleared.


Arrested: Tessa Wellington DOB 1989
42088 SR 39
Wellsville, OH 43968
Charge: Warrant- FTA-Traffic Offense


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180873
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Public Assist
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

A tractor trailer operator was stopped on 
SR344 southbound at Franklin St after 
having observed that no trucks were 
permitted on S Lincoln Ave. The driver was 
requesting assistance in finding the proper 
route to Freshmark.

Officer assisted the driver in reaching his 
destination with an escort to S Ellsworth 
Ave and Snyder Rd. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180872
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Assault
808 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to a report of a possible 
dispute between a male and female. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with both a 
male and female subject, whom are 
boyfriendlgirlfriend. Both parties advised 
that the argument ensued over a cell 
phone. The female was upset because she 
claimed her boyfriend stole her cell phone. 
The male advised that his girlfriend 
punched him twice under the left eye 
causing injury. 

Officer did observe a small contusion under 
the left eye of the male subject. The male 
did not wish to pursue assault charges 
against his girlfriend. 

The cell phone was given back to the 
female. They were both advised to get 
along for the evening and officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180870
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Theft 
491 MULLINS ST 

Complainant: JOSEPH PENICK

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Mullins St in reference to a possible theft. 
Complainant advised that he observed a 
chainsaw on social media that the subject 
was selling, which he believed to belong to 
him.

Complainant had the subject come over to 
his residence so that he could buy the 
chainsaw, but once the subject arrived, 
informed the subject that the chainsaw 
belonged to him. Complainant stated that 
the chainsaw was stolen from his residence 
around February 6, 201 8, but he failed to 
make a police report. 

Officers spoke with the subject who advised 
that he bought the chainsaw about a month 
ago from someone in Columbiana, OH. Due 
to the complainant not providing proof of 
ownership for the chainsaw nor a serial 
number being located on the item, officers 
were unable to prove it was or was not the 
complainant's chainsaw. Officers cleared a 
short time later.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20180869
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
966 S LUNDY AVE

ARA COREY STAHL, C 966 S LUNDY AVE 
SALEM, OH 44460

Officers arrested 29 year old male Corey C. 
Stahl at his residence of 966 S.Lundy Ave. 
on an active warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriff's Dept. for failure to appear 
on a drug paraphernalia charge. 

Mr. Stahl was transported to the Salem 
Police Dept. for processing and later 
released to a CCSO Deputy and 
transported to the Col. Cnty. Jail. 

Officers cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180868
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Speak To Officer 
337 E STATE ST
RETAIL STORE 

Complainant: JESSICA MCGEARY

Officer responded to a business at 2337 E 
State St where an employee reported that 
an individual had approached her outside 
and wanted a ride home. The employee 
advised that the individual had pushed her 
and tried to open the car door which was 
already locked, but then realized he was out 
of line, apologized and walked off. 

The employee had described the individual 
as a regular customer who has previously 
created disturbances inside by yelling and 
banging on things. The complainant did not 
want to pursue the matter, but due to the 
history of issues, the business requested 
that the individual be advised that he was 
no longer welcome there.

Officer responded to the individuals 
residence in the City where both he and his 
mother were advised of the complaint, as 
well as advising that he was no longer 
welcome at the business. The individual 
stated that he understood and his mother 
advised that she would make sure he did 
not return there. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180867
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Suspicious Person
116 E FOURTH ST 

Officer on patrol observed a male walking 
south bound in the 300 block of N Ellsworth 
Ave who appeared to be under the 
influence of alcohol. 

After officer circled the block, the male was 
then observed walking north bound on N 
Ellsworth Ave and was unsteady on his 
feet. Officer made contact with the male 
and detected a strong odor of alcohol 
coming from his person. The male was 
subsequently cited for Disorderly Conduct-
Public Intoxication. 

The male was close to home and advised to 
go back inside his residence for the night. 
Officer cleared.


Cited: Seth Andrew Williams DOB 1994
116 E4th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct-Public 
Intoxication (Salem ORD 509.0382)



Ptl. Cochran 



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lncident #: 20180865
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Traffic Offense
500 BLOCK OF E PERSHING

Officer conducted a traffic stop on a red 
Chrysler Sebring convertable in the 500 
block of E. Pershing Street for a traffic 
offense. Officer found that the driver had a 
suspended drivers license and he was 
issued a citation. The driver had a friend 
respond to the scene to operate the vehicle.


Cited: Alexander T. Morlan 969 W. Wilson 
St. Apt. C Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1997)
Driving Under Suspension - Non 
Compliance FRA



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180864
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
775 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Police responded to the 700 block of 
Newgarden for a 911 hang up. When 
officers arrived the subject advised it was 
an accidental call. Once everything 
appeared normal officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180863
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Speak To Officer
937 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: SARAH McKINNEY

Officer responded to the 900 block of S 
Lundy Ave in reference to a speak with 
officer report. Complainant wanted to know 
her options for removing a vehicle from her 
property, which was left there by her soon 
to be ex-husband. Complainant advised 
that her husband moved out, but refused to 
remove his vehicle from the property. 
Officer advised complainant of her options 
for removing the vehicle. 

While on scene, complainant advised that 
she received information that her husband 
was hiding narcotics inside the vehicle. K9 
Argo was subsequently deployed for an 
open air sniff of the vehicle. K9 Argo 
indicated to the presence of a narcotic odor 
coming from the vehicle and it was 
subsequently searched. Nothing illegal was 
located inside the vehicle.

Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Sunday, February 11, 2018
09:45 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180855
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Check Well
625 CEDAR ST

Complainant: TIM LEVERKNIGHT

Officers responded to the above location for 
a welfare check. The complainant advised 
mail had been piling up in the mailbox. 
While attempting to make contact with the 
home owner, Officers observed the front 
door of the residence to be ajar. While 
checking the residence Officers located the 
home owner, who appeared to have died of 
natural causes. The matter is under 
investigation.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180857
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Stolen Vehicle

Complainant: JOHN KURELKO,  
AUSTINTOWN, OH

Officers spoke with a complainant about 
their vehicle being taken from the Salem 
Hospital while the vehicle was being driven 
by their nephew who was taken to the 
hospital two nights ago. The matter is under 
investigation.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180858
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
148 PENN AVE 

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a dark colored Chevrolet SUV 
parked in the 20 minute loadinq/unloading 
zone.

Officer placed a red warning on the vehicle 
for the over time parking violation along with 
chalking the left rear tire at the 12 o'clock 
position.

Vehicle subject to pink ticket at 1335hrs this 
date if note moved.

Ohio registration, GYF2078.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180859
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
911 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to an address on 
Franklin Ave. for three consecutive 911 
hangup calls. Contact was made at the 
residence and everything was found to be 
OK. A small child was playing with a cellular 
phone and accidentally making the calls.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180860
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
615 S LINCOLN AVE 2

Complainant: JENNIFER LIBERT

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant/victim who 
advised that some time over the night time 
hours person(s) unknown broke the front 
window screen from the front porch area.

The complainant/victim advised she had 
seen it last night and all was fine but this 
date she opened the blinds finding the 
screen to be pulled out.

Unknown if this was an attempted burglary 
since there was no signs of an attempt to 
gain entry through the front window.

Officer advised the complainant/victim that 
officer(s) would try to keep an eye on the 
front.

Foot prints in the snow showed person(s) 
came from the south and up onto the porch 
to the northeast corner and stopped there. 
Then the prints appear to come back down 
and are mixed up with other prints.

The one prints do go to the north of the 
property and stop and turn around and go 
back to the south.

Nothing further at this time.


Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180853
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Traffic Offense 
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN ST


Officer on patrol in the area of S. Lincoln 
Avenue and Franklin Avenue conducted a 
traffic stop on a green Chevy Cavalier for a 
minor traffic offense. Officer made contact 
with the driver/owner of the vehicle, who 
was advised of the reason for the stop, and 
a male passenger. 

K9 Argo was requested to the scene and 
gave positive indication to the odor of 
narcotics. Officer searched the vehicle and 
located a piece of "shake" marijuana on the 
floor. Also two open cans of Bud Light Beer 
were located in the front passenger seating 
area. 

The drivers sobriety was checked and she 
was found to not be intoxicated. The 
passenger admitted that the beer belonged 
to him and he was issued a citation for open 
container. The driver was issued a warning 
for the traffic violation and no citation was 
issued for the small piece of "shake" due to 
its size.


Cited: Scott A. Dean 565 Franklin Avenue 
Apt. C Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1983)
Open Container of Alcohol in a Motor 
Vehicle MM


Ptl. C. Crider 



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lncident #: 20180852
Date: Saturday, February 10,2018
Assist Other Agency

Officer assisted a Highway Patrol Trooper 
at the Salem Police Dept. with witnessing 
the reading of the BMV2255 form on a OVI 
suspect he had placed under arrest. The 
subject did provide a breath sample for the 
Trooper on the DataMaster with results 
being a .080%BAC.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180851
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
Speak To Officer
517 FAIRAVE

Complainant: ANDREW STEVES

On 2/9/2018 officers responded to Salem 
PD in regards to a custody issue. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated that he would just 
like to have a report on file. Officers then 
gathered the complainant's and the other 
parties information. Officers then advised 
the complainant on how to retrieve a copy 
of the report.

Once all the information was obtained in 
regards to the incident the complaint then 
cleared from the station and officers did so 
as well without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180850
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
345 W PERSHING ST

Officer responded to the 300 block of W. 
Pershing Street to attempt contact with a 
female subject who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff Department. 

Contact was made with the female subject 
at the residence and once the warrant was 
confirmed the female 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: Hope M. Steed 345 W. Pershing 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1998)
Warrant - Failure to Appear on Possession 
of Drugs



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180849
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
Assist Perry Police

Complainant: PD, Perry Twp 

Officer assisted a Perry Twp. Police Dept. 
officer at the Salem Police Dept. with 
witnessing the reading of the BMV2255 
form to an OVI suspect.

 Officer also ran a DataMaster breath on the 
suspect with results being a .146BAC. 
Paperwork was provided to the Perry Twp. 
Officer and cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180848
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
Assist Perry Police 
DEPOT / STEWART

Complainant: PERRY TWP, PD

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Township PD on a traffic stop , 
who had requested a Kg.

K9 Argo indicated to the presence of a 
narcotic odor coming from the vehicle. A 
search of the vehicle turned up nothing but 
the interior smelled like burnt marijuana. 
The driver was later arrested and charged 
with OVI.


Ptl. S. LaRosa



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lncident #: 20180847
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
Animal Complaint
184 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

Officer was dispatched to the 11 00 block of 
Cleveland Street for a report of a dog at 
large. Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised his neighbors dog 
constantly comes on his property. The 
complainant showed video footage of the 
dog in question on his property on this date 
and also two other dates which he also 
reported to the police 201 80637 
01/31/2018 the resident/owner warned on 
this date and 201 80783 02/07/18).

Officer made contact with a male subject a 
the residence where the dog resides and he 
was advised of the complaint. The subject 
stated that the registration for the dog is in 
his fathers name and he was not home.

Contact was made with the owner of the 
dog who advised he would be home later. 
Officer responded back to the house at 1 
:25 AM on 0211 01201 8 and made contact 
with the owner who was issued a citation for 
failure to confine a dog.

Surveillance footage of the dog on the 
complainants property was provided to the 
police department.


Cited: Daniel J. Zeigler 1 194 Cleveland 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1963)
Failure to Confine/Dog at Large MM



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180843
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
Drug Overdose 
388 E EIGHTH ST

Report of a possible overdose on the 
roadway in the above area. Upon arrival, 
the male subject was found to be 
overdosing and the Salem F.D. and EMT 
responded. The male subject was 
transported to the Salem E.R. by EMT.



Ptl Miller



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Saturday, February 10, 2018
08:39 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180830
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PAR KING LOT

Complainant: BETH ELLIOTT

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E 
State St in regards to a suspicious vehicle 
report. The complainant advised that the 
male subject had been parked in the 
business parking lot for approximately 15 
minutes and appeared to be unresponsive. 

Officers arrived on scene and located the 
male in question inside of his vehicle 
slouched over. Officers were able to wake 
the subject up and upon speaking to the 
male subject it was found that he had been 
under the influence of alcohol. Officer then 
performed SFST on the male subject and 
subsequently placed him in custody for 
Physical Control. The male was then 
transported back to the Salem Police 
Department for processing. 

The male subject did voluntary give a 
breath sample into the PD's Datamaster 
and found that his blood alcohol content 
was a .108. The male was issued a traffic 
citation for physical control and was given a 
court date of 02/15/2018 at CCMC.


Cited: Chad D Fowler
DOB: 1985
Address: 34115 Salem Grange Road, 
Salem, Ohio, 44460
Charge: Physical Control (ORC 
4511.19461)



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180829
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
FRANKLIN AVE / SUMMIT ST


Officer on patrol stopped a car for a moving 
violation on Franklin Ave. near Summit St. 
During the stop K9 Simon was deployed 
and indicated to the presence of narcotic 
odor. Contraband was recovered from the 
vehicle and from the driver who was placed 
under arrest. 

The driver was transported on station 
processed and taken to the county jail.

Arrested: Kirk Zamborsky, DOB:1969, 968 
E Third St. Apt. #3, Salem, Oh
Charge: Drug Paraphernalia


Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180828
Date Thursday, February 8,2018
Suspicious Vehicle

Complainant: DAIRIAN ROBINSON

Officer responded to the 1000 block of N 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a suspicious 
persons report. The female complainant 
advised that her ex boyfriend came to her 
house and was knocking on her door, The 
male subject was gone prior to officer 
arrival. 

The complainant was advised to call the PD 
if her ex boyfriend returns to the residence.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180827
Date: Thursday, February 8,2018
Obstructed Roadway
N HOWARD AVE / W FOURTH ST


Officer responded to the 300 block of N. 
Howard Ave. for a report of a large amount 
of snow in the roadway.

Officer did locate the snow, however it was 
not causing a hazard.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180826
Date: Thursday, February 8,2018
Public Assist
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH ST

While on patrol officer noticed two subjects 
walking with a small child. Officer advised 
the subjects it was too cold to be walking 
with the child. 
Officer provided the subjects with a 
courtesy ride home.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180825
Date: Thursday, February 8,2018
Speak To Officer
339 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: CHRISTINA MINGER

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
male subject who comes over to visit is no 
longer welcome at her residence. 

Officer will attempt to make contact with the 
subject and advise him of the complaint.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180824
Date: Thursday, February 8,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
430 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: MINDY JENKINS

Police responded to the 400 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised she knocked on the 
neighbors door and heard some tell her to 
come in. The complainant advised she was 
physically removed by another female she 
had never seen before. The other party 
advised the female subject came into her 
residence uninvited or announced. 

Both parties did appear to be intoxicated at 
the time.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180823
Date: Thursday, February 8,2018
Speak To Officer
721 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: CODY ARKWRIGHT,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431

Police responded to the 700 block of E. 5th 
st. The complainant advised he had ordered 
a pizza with his credit card. When the pizza 
arrived the complainant was advised that 
his card was cancelled over the phone. The 
complainant stated that he attempted to 
make contact with manager.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180842
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
OVI Arrest 
294 BROOKLYN AVE


Police responded to Brooklyn Ave near E. 
3rd St for a motor vehicle stuck in the snow. 

Upon arriving officers made contact with the 
driver. Officers instantly detected a strong 
odor of alcohol on the male driver. The male 
was requested by officers to exit his vehicle. 
Officers conducted Field Sobriety until the 
driver refused. 

The male was then taken into custody and 
transported to the Police Dept. 

The vehicle was towed by Kaiser towing. 

While on station the male refused to give a 
breath test to officers. The male was then 
booked and released.


ARA: Robert W. Stem
DOB: 1978
ADD: 252 W. 7th St
Salem, OH 4460
Charge:
Failure To Control
OVI, OVI Refusal



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180836
Date: Friday, February 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
950 S ELLSWORTH AVE A 

Complainant: KAISER, TOWING

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male subject arguing with the 
complainant over his vehicle getting towed. 
The complainant explained to the subject 
that his vehicle was towed due to the 
parking band. 

The male subject paid the bill and got his 
vehicle then left the scene.



Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Friday, February 09, 2018
08:09 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180797
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1823 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant ALYSSA BILES,  CORTLAND, 
OH 44410 

Officer spoke with a complainant via phone 
regarding possible child abuse/neglect. 
Officer did take the information and did 
follow up at the juveniles residence in the 
1800 block of Cleveland St. There were no 
signs or evidence of abuse/neglect 
observed. Officer did contact children's 
services about the matter. Trumbull county 
children's services also has an open case 
regarding the juvenile.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180798
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
E PERSHING ST / S UNION AVE

Officer on patrol located a vehicle at the 
intersection on E Pershing St. and S. Union 
Ave. which was stuck in a 
driveway/roadway. Officers and citizens 
assisted the motorist getting unstuck and 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180801
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
500 BLOCK OF W SCHOOL

While on patrol officer did observe a vehicle 
stuck in the snow in the 500 block of W 
School St. Officers did assist in pushing the 
vehicle into a drive way and cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180802
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Speeding / R acing Vehicles
ROOSEVELT AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the area of E Third St 
and Roosevelt Ave for speeding vehicles 
going up and down the roadway. Officers 
checked the area but were unable to locate 
the vehicles with the description given. 
Officers patrolled the area for several 
minutes.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180803
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Traffic Offense 
HIGHLAND AVE / E THIRD ST

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle on E Third St near highland 
for a moving violation.

During the stop the driver was found to 
have a suspended drivers license. The K9 
officer did also respond and K9 Simon did 
indicate to narcotic odor. A small piece of 
paraphernalia was located in the vehicle. 
The driver was cited for DUS and the 
vehicle was released to the owner. The 
owner was also issued a citation for 
Wrongful Entrustment.


Cited: Jonathan A Burkholder
DOB: 1982
Address: 13244 W South Range Rd Salem, 
OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Court Suspension


Cited: Kristen N Callahan
DOB: 1988
Address: 13244 W South Range Rd Salem, 
OH 44460
Charge: Wrongful Entrustment



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180805
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
325 W STATE ST

Officer did check on a suspicious vehicle in 
the 300 block of E State St. The vehicle 
was parked in the back of the lot and was 
occupied for an extended period of time. 
Officer spoke to an occupant who advised 
that he was picking some one up from the 
business when it closed. Officer cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180806
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Intoxicated Person
E STATE ST / WASHINGTON 

While on patrol officer observed a male 
laying in the snow at the corner of E State 
St and Washington. Officer did find that the 
male was heavily intoxicated and was 
unable to walk due to his intoxication. The 
temperature outside was 16 degrees and 
that male did appear to have a possible 
medical problem associated with the cold 
as well.

The Salem FD and KLG did respond and 
the male was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center. The male was 
issued a minor misdemeanor citation for 
Disorderly Conduct.


Cited: Charles A. Sine
DOB: 1970
Address: 192 W Pershing St Apt 2 Salem, 
OH 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (MM)



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180804
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Ambulance Needed 
257 W WILSON ST

Complainant ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
Wilson St in regards to assist Salem FD on 
a medical call. 

Officers arrived on scene and spoke to 
medical personnel who advised that the 
female subject had been having seizures 
but did not wish to go to the hospital. 

Upon speaking to the female, the female 
decided that it would be in her best interest 
to voluntarily go to the hospital. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180809
Date: Thursday, February 8,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1196 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 11 00 block of E 
State St in regards to a verbal dispute. 
Officers arrived on scene and located the 
two subjects in question on S Union Ave 
near Pershing St. 

Upon speaking to the two subjects it was 
found that they had a verbal dispute and 
nothing physical occurred. Both female 
subjects were given a courtesy ride to their 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180810
Date: Thursday, February 8,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept
445 SHARP AVE

Complainant CCSO, SHERIFFS 8473 
COUNTY HOME RD LISBON, OH 44432

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist the S.O. in serving a protection order. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by while the 
paper work was served.



Ptl. D. Young



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Thursday, February 08, 2018
09:18 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180781
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Speak To Officer 
445 SHARP AVE

Complainant: MICHEAL ANDERSON

Officer spoke with male complainant, 
Michael Anderson who came on station to 
report threats. Complainant advised that he 
recently met a female at a local 
establishment in the 500 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. and subsequently in the 
coming days the female moved in with him. 
The complainant advised that on today's 
date, he and the female got into an 
argument about her dog defecating on the 
floor in the house and that he asked her to 
leave. 

Complainant advised that he overheard the 
female on the phone saying that she 
wanted him dead or in the hospital and 
listed a name of people to call to take care 
of it. Complainant wrote a statement. 
Complainant was provided a report# and 
advised the procedure for filing for a 
protection order. He was also advised to 
contact his landlord to seek an emergency 
eviction order to have the female removed 
from the residence. 

This incident will be sent to the Prosecutors 
office for review for possible charges 
pending completion of the investigation.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180795
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
100 BLOCK OF S UNION AVE

While on patrol in the 100 block of S. Union 
Ave. officer noticed a vehicle stuck trying to 
get into his driveway.

Officer helped the driver get his car into the 
driveway.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180792
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Fraud
1364 S LINCOLN AVE 2

Complainant: LUANN MARKOVICH

Complainant contacted this department 
about possible fraud. The complainant a 
subject contacted her on the What's Up app 
and requested she send money via 
Western Union. The complainant advised 
she never sent money or gave any pertinent 
information out to the subject. 

The complainant was advised to contact 
this department if there are any further 
problems.



Sgt. k. toy



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lncident #: 20180791
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
100 BLOCK OF W WILSON ST

Officer located a semi tractor part way in 
the road and private property at Church 
Budget off W. Wilson St. (most of road was 
blocked) At first the driver was no where in 
sight but returned with a coal shovel as he 
was stuck in the snow. Another truck on W. 
Wilson had to stop and wait on the tractor 
until he cleared it from being stuck.

Officer cleared after finding out from the 
driver that he was indeed stuck and was 
going to free it by shoveling it out. Driver did 
not appear to be pleasant. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180790
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
177 W THlRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers assisted a resident in getting her 
auto into the driveway and off the street as 
she had it stuck part way on the road from 
her drive. 



Banar901




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Incident #: 20180789
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Neighbor Dispute
484 E SIXTH ST 

Complainant: LYNN ERIKSEN

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
East 6th St for a reported neighbor dispute. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. The complainant was upset due to 
the neighbor placing snow onto her 
property.

Officer advised the complainant that the 
property in question was the city curb lawn. 
Officers further advised the neighbors to 
attempt to get along.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20180788
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Debris In Roadway
2420 LEXINGTON AVE A 


(2/7/2018 10:41:50 By: 121) DANNY 
SHOAFF SHOVELING SNOW OUT INTO 
THE ROADWAY - HE WAS ADVISED


Officer found a male subject shoveling 
snow into the freshly plowed city street. 
Officer advised him it needed to be 
removed from the road and subject advised 
he would. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180787
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
357 N CUNNINGHAM RD

Officers assisted a motorist in freeing her 
car from excessive snow in the drive to the 
business. 


Banat901



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lncident #: 20180786
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
2500 BLOCK OF E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a stuck vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officers and Salem Street 
Dept. assisted a tractor trailer that was 
having a difficult time making up the hill. All 
units cleared after the truck was on its way.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180785
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
SHARP AVE / ARCH ST

While on patrol, officer located a stuck 
motorist near the above stated location. 
Officer was able to assist the motorist with 
freeing his vehicle.


Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180784
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation

Complainant: SALEM, STREET DEPT 

Officers enforced the city wide snow 
parking ban with removing of vehicles from 
the roadway. Officers attempted to contact 
the owners but did have numerous vehicles 
towed due to be unsuccessful with making 
contact.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180783
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Animal Complaint
1184 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

Officer(s) responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland St for a reported animal 
complaint. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
the neighbors dog is constantly in his yard 
and has defecated in it. 

Officers attempted to make contact with the 
neighbors both in person sand by phone.




Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180796
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Runaway / Missing
872 E SIXTH ST

Officer spoke with the family member that 
had the juvenile outside the city was called 
and advised to return the child per the 
custodial parent. At this time no police 
action needed, the juvenile is to be 
returned. Officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180779
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1318 ESTATE ST

On 2171201 8 officers were dispatched to 
the 1300 block of E State Street in regards 
to a person to be removed call. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with both 
parities and made arrangements for the 
female subject to have a place to go to for 
the night. Once the female subject was 
removed from the property and taken to a 
friends house to stay the night officers then 
cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180780
Date: Wednesday, February 7,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
615 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 2/7/2018 officers responded to the 600 
block of S Lincoln Ave in regards to a 
sexual assault. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the victim 
and gathered her information along with 
have her explain everything that had taken 
place up to our arrival. Once officers spoke 
with the victim and got the name of the 
alleged suspect. The victim was then 
transport to Salem Regional Home Medical 
to be treated.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180764
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
2124 E STATE ST

Complainant: THOMAS WOLSKI

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a parking complaint. 
Complainant advised that there was a 
vehicle parked in a handicap spot without a 
placard. Officer arrived on scene and made 
contact with the owner of the subject 
vehicle. It was determined that she did have 
a valid handicap placard , which was good 
through 2019 but it was not visible.



Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20180765
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Rape 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officer on station spoke with complainant in 
reference to a report of abuse. The 
necessary information was gathered and 
the matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180766
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Public Assist 
204 VINE AVE


Officer responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave for a resident who was out of the City 
and had learned of the parking ban. The 
resident advised his truck was parked on 
the street and that an individual who resides 
on Vine Ave would be able to move it, but 
that individual does not have a phone. 
Officer responded to make contact with the 
individual and observed that the truck had 
already been moved off of the street. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180767
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Intoxicated Person
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SECOND 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMPLAINT

Officers responded to the area of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. and W. 2nd St. for a report of 
an intoxicated male subject.

Upon arrival, the male was located standing 
in front of the Flying Pig on N. Ellsworth 
Ave. Contact was made with the male and 
identified. He was advised of the complaint 
and provided a courtesy ride to a residence 
in the 100 block of W. 4th St. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180768
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
300 BLOCK OF E SEVENTH ST

Officers patrolled throughout the City and 
attempted personal contact with vehicle 
owner/operators to have vehicles moved for 
the snow parking ban. Most vehicles were 
moved, however a few had to be towed. 

Sgt B Slider 

At approximately 0430 hours a silver Acura 
was towed from the 700 block of E Fifth St. 
(OH Reg:FSR4499)

Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20180769
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Barking Dog
555 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT

Officer responded to the area of N. Lincoln 
Ave and E. 5th St. for a report of a barking 
dog. Upon arrival, no barking dog could be 
heard, however officer did make contact 
with a male subject behind a residence in 
the 500 block of N. Lincoln Ave. whom was 
outside with a dog. The male advised that 
his dog was barking. 

He was advised of the complaint and officer 
cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180771
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
263 WOODLAND AVE


Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Woodland Ave for a report of a vehicle that 
had been parked along the street and had 
not been moved in some time. Contact 
could not be made with the vehicle owner 
and it was subsequently towed pursuant to 
the snow parking ban that was in effect at 
the time. 

Sinsley towing responded and removed the 
vehicle.


Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20180772
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
584 WOODLAND AVE

Officer made contact with several residents 
throughout the city to get their vehicles 
moved due to the snow parking ban. Officer 
was unable to make contact with three 
residents and their vehicle was towed.


GWG2567 - Aetna & S. Lundy Ave. (AAA) 
Lopez
HEH1453 - 400 block of S. Broadway Ave. 
(Sinsley) Killing
GRR3536 - 400 block of S. Broadway Ave. 
(Sinsley) Chisom



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180773
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
400 BLOCK OF AETNA

Officers attempted contact with numerous 
vehicle owners to have vehicles moved off 
of the streets for the snow parking ban. A 
vehicle had to be towed on E Perry St after 
officer was unable to make contact.

E Perry St at South Ave, OH Reg: 
HCF4348 Towed



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180774
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
WASHINGTON AVE / OAK ST

Officers found three (3) vehicles parked on 
the roadway at the corner of Oak Street and 
Washington Ave that were in the roadway 
during a parking ban due to the weather. 
Officers then called for tow trucks to remove 
the following vehicles.


-OH: FXK9987 Sinsley's Towing from Oak 
Street and Washington Ave (Shea)
-OH: HHA1450 Kiaser's Towing from Oak 
Street and Washington Ave (Franjko)
-OH: GUE2463 Sinsley's Towing from Oak 
Street and Washigton Ave (Shea)


-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180776
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Suspicious Activity
375 E FIFTH ST / E SALEM

Complainant: CAREY BUCCI

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
E. Fifth Street for a report of suspicious 
activity. Officers responded and spoke with 
the complainant who advised that she can 
hear persons in the apartment above her 
and it is supposed to be vacant. No contact 
could be made at the apartment which was 
found to be secure and had no lights on. 

A noise could be heard while speaking with 
the complainant, but it sounded like the 
heater. 

Contact was attempted with the owner of 
the apartment building, but no contact could 
be made.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180777
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Intoxicated Driver
1872 E STATE ST 
RESTAURANT

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the area of Taco Bell 
located at 1872 E. State St. for a report of 
an intoxicated male driver in a blue Ford 
Taurus. Upon arrival, the vehicle was 
located and as it left the parking lot 
westbound on E. State St. Officers followed 
behind the vehicle and observed no 
violations. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180763
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Third St at the request of Children Services 
to stand by while they conducted their 
investigation. Once they had finished their 
investigation, officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Wednesday, February 07, 2018
08:43 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180754
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Child Custodv Dispute

Complainant: WILLIAM CHAMPLIN,  
WESTERLY, RI 02891

Complainant on station to report a custody 
issue. He advised that he is visiting from out 
of town and wanted to pick his son up to 
take him to school, but his ex-wife would 
not allow it. The female half also arrived at 
this department reporting that the 
complainant has been following her around 
town this morning. 

Officers briefly reviewed court documents 
stating that the complainant can pick his 
son up after school, with the hours listed for 
visitation. He was advised that nothing was 
observed in reference to him taking his son 
to school. 

The female departed with her son with the 
understanding that the father will pick him 
up.


Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20180756
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Debris In Roadway
177 VINE AVE B

Complainant: EDWARD MANNING

Officers responded to the above location 
and spoke with the complainant who stated 
the male subject who plows the parking lot 
across from the residence, pushes snow in 
front of his residence. 

Officers spoke with the business manager 
across the street and advised him to tell the 
driver of the plow truck not to push snow in 
front of the residence. The manager said he 
would take care problem.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180757
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Sex Offense
893 E FIFTH ST


Alliance E.R called to advise that a female 
subject at their facility advised of an alleged 
sexual offense that occurred within this city. 
This officer spoke with the female subject 
via phone and she was advised to respond 
to this department to speak with an officer 
about the incident.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180761
Date: Tuesday, February 6,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: LESLIE 

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a gas drive off. Complainant 
advised that an unknown male driver 
pumped $8.01 worth of gas but did not 
render payment for it. Officers checked the 
area for the subject but were unable to 
locate them.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180738
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Solicitor(s) 
2875 E STATE ST C

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a solicitor complaint. Officer 
arrived on scene and made contact with the 
solicitor and advised her to cease in her 
actions and move on.


Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180740
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Littering / Dumping 
W STATE ST / SHARP AVE

Complainant: KENNETH ROCKHOLD

Police responded to the 100 block of Sharp 
reference littering. The complainant advised 
a red Dodge Stratus with an Oklahoma 
license plate tossed a tire on the edge of 
the roadway. The vehicle was already gone 
from the scene before Police were 
contacted. The tire was removed from the 
roadway.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180741
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Assist Other Agency
623 E THIRD ST

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Third St to assist the Columbiana County 
Department of Job and Family Services. 

Upon arrival, they attempted contact with 
the subject, but nobody answered the door. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180742
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Speak To Officer
530 COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: MARCIA SNYDER

Complainant on station who advised that 
she would like to write a statement in 
regards to an incident that had occurred in 
November 2017. 

Complainant was advised that the report 
has been closed.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180743
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Suspicious Object
2299 TANGLEWOOD DR

Complainant: JOSEPH RANDA

Complainants came to the Police Dept in 
reference of a suspicious package they 
received in the mail. The subjects stated 
that they had no idea who the package was 
from or what it contained. The complainants 
were advised to take the package back to 
the Post Office.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180745
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Dog At Large
1000 BLOCK OF CLEVELAND

Complainant: SHELDON BROWNFIELD

Officer responded to the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St in reference to a report of two 
dogs at large in the area.

Upon arrival, complainant had gotten both 
animals onto a leash. Officer made contact 
with the owner in the 1200 block of 
Cleveland, who advised that she did not 
know that the dogs were out. 

The dogs were returned and officer cleared.




Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180747
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Speak To Officer
462 W FOURTH ST

Complainant: MIRANDA MORAR,  
VIENNA, OH 44473 

Officer met with a female complainant on 
station who advised she wished to file a 
theft and harassment report.

The complainant advised that she used to 
live in the 400 block of W. Fourth Street and 
moved out the city a few weeks ago. She 
stated that her ex-boyfriend is now 
harassing her via Facebook. 

The complainant was advised to file the 
harassment report with the jurisdiction 
where she now resides. 

The complainant also stated that her ex-
boyfriend has her Ohio food stamp card and 
will not give it back. She stated that he is an 
authorized user on the account. 

She was advised to contact the department 
of job and family services to check on her 
options of getting new card and canceling 
the old one.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180749
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Assist Perrv Police
1129 W PERRY ST 304

Officer responded to the 1100 block of W 
Perry St to assist a Perry Township Police 
Officer in checking for a wanted individual. 
There was negative contact with anyone at 
the apartment. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180751
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Civil Matter
305 W WILSON ST

Officers responded to the PD in regards to 
taking a report involving a civil matter. Once 
both parties involved understood what they 
can and can not do in regards to the 
incident officers then gathered both parties 
information. 

When both subjects left the station officers 
then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180752
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Assist Perry Pol ice
1129 W PERRY ST 304

Complainant: PERRY TWP, POLICE

Officer responded to the 1100 block of W. 
Perry Street to assist Perry Township Police 
Department who was attempting to serve a 
warrant on a male subject. No contact could 
be made with the male subject.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Tuesday, February 06, 2018
09:32 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180731
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
664 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: PATRICK REYNOLDS

Report of narcotic abuse at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
his juvenile son is involved in suspicious 
activitylnarcotic abuse. All information was 
gathered and the was hand over to the 
Detective Division.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180734
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Speak To Officer
1200 E SIXTH ST A

Report of a speak with officer at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with a school 
guidance counselor and she advised a 
student and issues with social media. All 
information was gathered for the report.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180732
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
303 POWELL AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a 911 possible pocket dial 
hang up.

Officer checked the area and found nothing.

1303 was clear and nothing there.


Ptl. French


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Incident #: 20180733
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
438 JENNINGS AVE 

Complainant: ALANA THOMPSON

Officers responded to the above location for 
a verbal dispute. Officers spoke with the 
female complainant who stated her ex 
boyfriend came into the residence and 
wanted to get his property. While speaking 
with the male subject who stated he just 
wanted his stuff, The complainant allowed 
him to get his personal items. The male 
subject left after getting his belongings.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180735
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Suspicious Activity

Complainant: STEPHANIE REED

Officer made contact with the complainant 
on station in reference to suspicious activity. 
Complainant advised that 2 unknown 
subjects have been observed walking in the 
area dressed all in black during night time 
hours.

Complainant also states that when the 2 
subjects see someone in the area they both 
go in opposite directions.

Complainant was advised to call when 
theses subjects were observed again and 
that officers will also patrol the area more.



Ptl. S. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180736
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
ROOSEVELT ST / HIGH ST 


UNIT# 1, 2007 CHEV HHR SIL., 
DRIVER/Owner ELEANOR MONK  

UNIT#2, 2015 NlSS ALTIMA SIL,  
DRIVER/Owner JENNIFER REESE 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit # 1 was 
stopped behind Unit# 2 at the stop sign on 
3rd St and Roosevelt. Unit #2 moved up 
closer to the stop sign when Unit #1 struck 
Unit #2. Minor scratches to both vehicles no 
injuries reported, both vehicles were driven 
from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180737
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a drive off. Officer was advised 
that an unknown subject pumped $32 in 
gas and drove off without rendering 
payment. 

Officers checked the area for the Red 
Chevy Truck but were unable to locate.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180738
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Solicitor(s)
2875 E STATE ST C
SUPERMARKET

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a solicitor complaint. Officer 
arrived on scene and made contact with the 
solicitor and advised her to cease in her 
actions and move on.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180720
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
660 E EUCLID ST

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 

Upon arrival, the male half advised his wife 
was refusing to allow him into the 
residence. The male advised he was going 
to gather a few
items and returned at a later time to allow 
the situation to calm down. 

While officers were clearing, both sides 
began to argue over property and were 
explained how community property works. 
The male departed the area as officers 
were clearing.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180721
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
840 W PERSHING ST 7 

Complainant: CARE CENTER 
MONITORING

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers located a mother an 
her live in adult son involved in a verbal 
dispute. The son agreed to take a walk to 
allow the situation to calm down.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180722
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Traffic Offense
OHIO AVE / E PERSHING ST

Officer initiated a lawful traffic stop on a 
vehicle in the 900 block of E. Pershing St. 
The operator / RO of the vehicle was 
suspended. There was a confiscation order 
on the vehicles registration and plates. 
Officer confiscated the plates and cited the 
RO for DUS.


Cited: Alexander A. Aderhold
DOB: 1997
Offense: DUS ORC 4510.11 A



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180723
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
WASHINGTON AVE / MAPLE ST

Officers were aware of a juvenile with an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County 
and located the juvenile walking in the 1100 
block of E. 3rd. 

The juvenile was placed into custody and 
transported to Salem PD where he was 
released to CCSO.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180725
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Suspicious Person
1074 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

While officers were in the 1000 block of 
Cleveland looking for a juvenile male with 
an active warrant out of Columbiana County 
officers located a suspicious male. The 
male seen officers and fled on foot. Officers 
caught the juvenile male and placed him in 
custody. The male was transported to The 
Salem Police Department, charged with 
Delinquency and later released to his 
mother.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180726
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Intoxicated Driver
N LINCOLN AVE / FE COPE DR

Complainant: KIMBERLY SPENCER,  
BERLIN CENTER, OH 44401

Officer responded to the area of N Lincoln 
and FE Cope Dr for an intoxicated driver. 
The complainant advised that the vehicle 
had almost caused an accident and headed 
southbound on N Lincoln Ave. 

Officer checked the area but was unable to 
locate the vehicle with the description given.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180728
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Loud Persons

Officer was on routine patrol on State Route 
14 near Ohio and heard subjects yelling. 
Perry Twp Police was advised of the 
complainant and officers assisted Perry 
Police checking the area. 

Nothing was located in the area and officers 
cleared the scene without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180729
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1148 S LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: JAMIE BASS

Officers responded to above location for a 
report of a domestic. Complainant advised 
she witnessed a male subject push down a 
female while walking in the area. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
female who stated nothing happened and 
did not wish to provide any information. 
Officers also located the male half walking 
in the area. Officers made contact with the 
male, who was voluntarily intoxicated and 
attempting to walk back to his mother 
house. 

The male was taken into custody for 
disorderly conduct, transported to this 
station for the booking process and later 
transported to CCJ.


Arrested: Mark F. Cassinger
D.0.B.1972
754 E. 4th St.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Disorderly



Ptl. D. Young



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Monday, February 05, 2018
09:54 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180719
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Fight

Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
several female subjects yelling in the middle 
of the roadway near the Salem Police 
Department. The female subjects were 
yelling at a male subject driving a red truck. 
The driver pulled into a parking lot and the 
officer made contact with all subjects. The 
females advised they had left the bar and 
were going to get a ride home from the 
male subject. 

The females were given verbal warnings for 
disorderly conduct and advised to not cause 
any more issues for the evening.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20180718
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
OVI Arrest
660 E EUCLID ST


Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
Euclid Ave in regards to a report of 
menacing and threats, in reference to report 
20180716. Officer arrived on scene and 
observed the male subject, Tommy L 
McMillen attempting to leave the residence 
in his vehicle, Officer initiated a traffic stop 
with the vehicle in the 600 block of E Euclid 
Ave.

Officer then performed SFSTs on McMillen 
and it was subsequently found that he had 
been under the influence of alcohol/and or 
narcotics and was placed in custody. 
McMillen was then transported back to the 
Salem Police Department for booking and 
processing, While on station Mr McMillen 
did voluntarily submit a breath test on 
Salem PD's Datamaster, McMillen was 
found to have a BAC of .132. McMillen was 
issued traffic citation and minor 
misdemeanor citation and was given a 
mandatory court date of 02/08/2018 at 0830 
hours at CCMC, Once issued his citations 
he was then released.

Officer also had the female subject and 
witness fill out a voluntary statement form in 
regards to the menacing complaint. This 
incident will be sent to the Columbiana 
County Prosecutors office for review.


Arrested: Tommy L McMillen
DOB: 1986
Address: 660 E Euclid St, Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge:OVI (ORC 4511.19 Ala ) OVI (ORC 
4511 .19 Ald)
Window Tint Restrictions & Regulations 
(ORC 4513.241 C)
Open Container inside of a motor vehicle 
(ORC 4301.62B4)


Ptl Walla


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Incident #: 20180717
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
N LINCOLN AVE / E SECOND ST

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle on E Second St near N 
Lincoln Ave. During the stop SFSTs were 
performed and K9 Simon did show alert 
behavior to the presence of narcotic odor. A 
probable cause search of the vehicle did 
yield contraband. The driver was taken into 
custody for Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia. 

The male was later taken to the 
Columbiana County jail. One of the items 
recovered will be sent to BCI for further 
testing.


Arrested: Zachary S Daniels
DOB: 1993
Address: 1717 E State St Apt. 2 Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180716
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Menacing / Threats 
660 E EUCLID ST

Complainant: KRISTEN MCMILLEN

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Euclid Street in regards to a report of 
menacing and threats. Officers arrived on 
scene and spoke to the female complainant 
who advised that her husband had been 
highly intoxicated and that she picked up 
his kids from the male subjects fathers 
residence. She then advised that the male 
complainant called her yelling at her and 
threatening her. 

Officer advised the female to contact the 
Salem PD when if the male returns to his 
residence.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180715
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Dog At Large

Complainant: ANTHONY MARALDO

A complainant brought a dog to the police 
station that was at large in the city limits. 
Alchemy Acres was contacted and the male 
stated that he would keep the dog over 
night and take the dog to Alchemy Acres in 
the morning.

Officer cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180714
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 
HAWLEY AVE / E THIRD ST

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
for an equipment violation. During the stop 
officer did smell the scent of marijuana 
coming from the vehicle. 

The K9 officer did respond and K9 Simon 
did indicate to narcotic odor. A probable 
cause search did yield marijuana and the 
passenger was cited for such. 

The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the traffic offense.


Cited: Barbara R Stonestreet
DOB: 1991
Address: 237 Hawley Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180713
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Assist Other Agency
821 E STATE ST

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
State St in regards to assisting OSP on a 
traffic stop. Officer arrived on scene and 
stood bye while the trooper conducted his 
investigation. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 2018 0712
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Check Well Being
HAWLEY AVE / CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: SAMUEL KOONS

Officer responded to the area of Hawley 
and Cleveland for a report of a check well 
being. A male stated that a female had left 
his home on foot with no shoes on. Officer 
did check the area but the female was not 
located. The complainant later called in 
stating that he did locate the female and 
everything was okay.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180711
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem

Complainant: JOHN WADE

Officer spoke with the complainant on 
station in reference to a juvenile problem. 
The juveniles parent/guardian could not be 
located and Columbiana County JFS was 
contacted. 

At this time no action can be taken due to 
no parent or guardian being reached. 
Matter will be forwarded to CCJFS.


Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180710
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2124 E STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 2100 block of E 
State St for a report of a possible motor 
vehicle crash. The complainant advised that 
it appeared as though two vehicles had 
been involved. Officer did check the area 
but no crash was located. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180709
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Drug Over dose
623 E THIRD ST 1 W

Complainant: AARON BOWSER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a possible overdose. 
Complainant advised he returned home and 
found his girlfriend passed out. 

Upon arrival, the female was located in the 
bathroom unresponsive.

First responders arrived and two doses of 
narcan were administered. The female did 
become responsive and was transported to 
Salem ER by KLG.


Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180708
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Possible Shots Fired
1029 E SIXTH ST 

Officers responded to the 1000 block of E 
6th st. for a reported noise complaint. 
Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate any noise(s).



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180707
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
E STATE ST / S LUNDY AVE

Officers initiated a traffic stop on E State St 
near S Lundy Ave. The driver of the vehicle 
was found to be suspended. K9 Simon was 
deployed and indicated to the odor of 
narcotics inside the vehicle. A probable 
cause search was conducted of the vehicle 
and several drug paraphernalia items were 
located inside. 

The driver was taken into custody and 
transported back to the Salem Police 
Department where he was processed and 
booked.

The vehicle was towed from the scene by 
AAA. 

The male subject was issued a citation and 
then transported to Columbiana County Jail. 
The owner of the vehicle was also issued a 
citation for wrongful entrustment.


Arrested: Edward Pittman
DOB: 1982
Address: 776 Granite St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Poss. of Drug Paraphernalia ORC 
2925.14C1, Poss. of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia ORC 2925.141, Driving 
Under Suspension ORC 4510.1 1 A, and 
Two Headlights Required ORC 451 3.04A


Cited: Nicole Strong
DOB: 1987
Address: 776 Granite St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Wrongful Entrustment ORC 
4511.203



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180706
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Open Burning 
554 FRANKLIN ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers and the fire department responded 
to the 500 block of Franklin Ave for an open 
burning complaint. The fire department 
gave the owner of the residence an open 
burning warning and put the out the bonfire. 
She was advised by the FD that she could 
only burn dry seasoned firewood per the 
city ordinance.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180704
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
418 FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: SHAWN PLEGGE

Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin for a report of harassment. Officer 
arrived and spoke to the complainant who 
advised that he was told by police not to 
contact a male but that the male had 
contacted him.

The complainant wished for a report to be 
on file.


Ptl D Beeson



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Sunday, February 04, 2018
08:54 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180681
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Dog At Large
1926 MAPLE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 1900 block of 
Maple for a report of a dog at large. 
Dispatch did contact the dogs owner and 
they did pick the dog up.

 Officer arrived and found that the dog had 
been retrieved.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180692
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Assist Other Agency
POOLSIDE DR A 

Complainant: OSP, Post 15 

K9 Simon was requested by OSP Post 15 
to conduct a K9 sniff of a vehicle in 
Centennial Park. K9 Simon was deployed 
and did alert to narcotic odor. Troopers 
completed their investigation while Salem 
PD officers advised the subjects of the park 
hours. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180699
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Public Assist
855 W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 800 block of East 
State St for a report of a person who had 
been locked inside of a businesses 
restroom for aprox. 30 minutes. On arrival 
officers spoke with the man who stated that 
he was fine.

Officers identified the man and he was 
advised of the complaint. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180698
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Lost Property
413 S LINCOLN AVE A

Complainant: JONATHAN SUDIA

Complainant contacted this department to 
report he lost his wallet within the city. The 
complainant stated his wallet contained his 
DL, bank card, and food stamp card.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180696
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Child Unattended At Home
BANK ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Some young children reported to be out 
without supervision and or playing on the 
road. Officers found them playing ball in 
their back yard and advised them of the 
dangers of going on the street. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180694
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Assist Perry Pol ice
1152 W PERRY ST

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to assist Perry Twp. 
Police with a warrant check.

Upon arrival, officers were unsuccessful 
with making contact.


Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180693
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: SALEM, ER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a warrant arrest. 
Officers were aware of a female being 
discharged that had an active warrant out of 
Mahoning County. The female was placed 
into custody and transported to Salem PD 
for processing. The female was ultimately 
transported to Columbiana County Jail due 
to Mahoning County Sheriff Office not 
having a deputy available.


Arrested: Sarah E. Drye  44122 Kelly Park 
Rd. Lot #4 Columbiana, OH 44408
Warrant / Parole Violation


Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180683
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Child Abuse

Complainant: LLISON SAMPEDRO

Complainant on station to report suspicious 
activity with her child's father and the child. 
Matter to be turned over to children's 
services and department detective. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180682
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
229 N ELLSWORTH AVE
DRUG STORE


Complainant advised a male known to her 
had called her work place multiple times on 
this date. The business did not want to 
receive any phone calls from him and was 
advised by the business. 

Officer tried to call the male but received a 
voice message that his mail box was full 
and would not accept calls. 

Should the male continue, charges may be 
filed. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180691
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Drug Overdose
291 N MADISON AVE
GARAGE / SHED

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of N 
Madison Ave in regards to a drug overdose. 

Officers arrived on scene and located the 
female subject inside of the garage 
unresponsive, the female then 
subsequently became responsive. 

Salem FD and EMT Ambulance responded 
to the scene and transported the female 
subject to the Salem ER, Once at the 
Salem ER officer issued the female subject 
drug immunity forms and cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180680
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: PERRY TWP

Officer responded to the 1700 block of 
Painter to assist Perry Township police. 
Officer assisted and cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180684
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
886 W PERRY ST

Complainant: AKRON CHILDRENS, 
HOSPITAL

Officer spoke with a complainant regarding 
possible cruelty to animals. The information 
was gathered and the incident is under 
investigation and will be sent to the 
Humane Officer.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180686
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Fraud
2100 MONROE ST 27

Complainant: BRENT HINES

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of fraud 
regarding a credit card. The complainant 
advised that the credit card company had 
cancelled the charges and was issuing a 
new card. The complainant advised that he 
just wanted a report on file.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20180687
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Traffic Offense
2299 E STATE ST 

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for an equipment violation. 
During the stop the K9 officer did respond 
and the K9 did indicate to narcotic odor.

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



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180688
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Fight

Officer on patrol observed a fight in 
progress occurring in the intersection of E. 
Pershing St. and S. Lundy Ave.

Officer activated emergency lights and siren 
in an attempt to stop the altercation. Officer 
commanded the subjects to stop several 
times and ultimately arrested 3 juveniles for 
delinquency and 4 others were warned for 
disorderly conduct. The 3 juveniles were 
transported on station processed and 
released to a parent/guardian.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180689
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Theft
520 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: MICHAEL BOARD,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a theft report over the 
telephone. Officer spoke to the 
complainant/victim who advised that his 
juvenile daughter had been at the Fun 
Factory when someone had taken her 
tennis shoes. The complainant advised that 
he had spoke to the business owner who 
advised that he would look at the video 
surveillance and then contact the police 
department. 

This following incident is under 
investigation.



Ptl C Walla



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Saturday, February 03, 2018
08:56 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180679
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Reckless Operator
FRANKLIN AVE / SOUTHEAST AVE

Complainant: PERRY, TWP 


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reckless operator. 
Complainant described the vehicle as a 
white Blazer. The area was checked but the 
vehicle was not located.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180678
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Animal Complaint
969 W WILSON ST

Complaint of a young dog left outside for 
too many hours during the cold. Officer 
checked with a family member at the apt 
who advised the dog owner was at work. 
Officer explained the error of leaving a 
small dog outside for extended times 
without shelter. Officer may stop later to talk 
with the owner and explain further. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180677
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1788 MAPLE ST 

Complainant: TARYN GRODHAUS

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a parking complaint. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised her 
neighbor parked a pop up camper in the 
north/south alley nest to her residence. 
Contact was made with the neighbor and he 
stated that the camper would be moved.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180676
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Protection Order Violation
2555 LEXINGTON AVE 19 

Complainant: LORRAINE UTTER

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she has a 
protection order on her ex and he has been 
having his sister messaged her making 
threats, which is in violation of the 
protection order. 

This matter is being sent to the prosecutors 
office for possible charges.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180675
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Suspicious Person
CENTENNIAL PARK

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers checked for a suspicious male at 
Centennial Park. Officers found the male 
was complaining that persons were 
following him and he wanted to know what 
they wanted. Subject had no proof or 
evidence of same and was advised to move 
along. 



Banar901



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lncident #: 20180674
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST

Complainant: WALMART, SUPERCENTER 

Officers responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the stores 
loss prevention officer. Loss prevention 
stated that they had a adult female detained 
in the security office for theft. 

Officers placed Amber Schafer Mccloud in 
custody for theft without incident. Mccloud 
had reportedly concealed $124.75 in 
merchandise on her person and then left 
the store past all points of sale without 
rendering payment. lncident to Mcclouds 
arrest officers located a pair of scissors in 
Mcclouds purse that she had been using to 
cut price tags off with. 

Mccloud was transported to the station 
were she was processed. During the 
booking process officers located several 
additional items that had been taken from 
the store both on Mcclouds person and 
concealed in her purse. Mccloud was then 
transported to the county jail. 

Officers cleared.


Arrested / Amber Schafer Mccloud
Charge / Theft / Possession of Criminal 
Tools


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180673
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Debris In Roadway
200 BLOCK OF N HOWARD AVE


Officer on patrol observed several large 
chunks of cement on the road which would 
cause damage to a motor vehicle traveling 
by if struck. Officer moved them to the curb 
and notified street dept to pick them up as 
soon as possible. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180672
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Reckless Operator
W STATE ST / GEORGETOWN RD

Complainant: GOSHEN TWNSHIP, PD

Officers responded and checked for a 
reckless vehicle (black in color) entering the 
City eastbound on W State St. A Goshen 
Police unit had reported the vehicle had left 
their jurisdiction at a high rate of speed on 
SR62 as the Goshen unit attempted to turn 
around and catch up. 

Officers checked the area but did not locate 
the vehicle.



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180671
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2350 E STATE ST 1 


Officer on patrol in the 2300 block of E. 
State Street observed a white Ford truck 
with one male occupant and another male 
inside of a dumpster. 

Officer made contact with the subjects who 
advised they were checking the dumpsters 
for anything usable. Officer did not observe 
anything of value in the truck. No warrants 
or other problems were found with either 
subject. They advised they would depart the 
area. 

None of the businesses appeared to be 
tampered with.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180670
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Natural Gas Leak
855 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officer responded to the 800 block of W. 
State Street with the fire department for a 
report of a natural gas odor.

The area was checked, but no odor was 
detected.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180669
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Suspicious Activity
336 PARK AVE 


Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
Park Avenue for a report of a female 
possibly yelling for her mother.

Officers responded to the area and located 
a female and male who were yelling for a 
dog that got loose. Officer made contact 
with the owner of the dog who advised the 
small chihuahua ran away from the 1700 
block of Maple Street. Officer obtained 
contact information for the owner.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180668
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
610 PROSPECT ST


Complainant: DAWN HOWE

Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of 
Prospect Street for a juvenile complaint. 

Officer responded and spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she wanted 
an officer to speak with her juvenile son 
who had admitted to smoking marijuana 
recently. Officer spoke with the juvenile who 
did admit to smoking marijuana recently 
and advised that he was not doing well in 
school. Officer advised the juvenile of the 
consequences to his actions.

Officer also spoke with the complainant in 
reference to her options as the parent and 
advised she could contact the juvenile 
court.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180667
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Theft
1080 N LINCOLN AVE 21


Complainant: DANIEL OWEN

Officer spoke with a complainant who 
advised that he believed some person of 
persons may have trespassed in the 
complainants apartment as evidenced by 
the fact that the complainant had placed 
numerous tax related documents in his 
apartment and they came up missing 
sometime after Monday afternoon. 

There was no sign of forced entry and 
nothing else appeared to be missing. 


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20180665
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: CHELSEA

Smith Oil public serviced the Police Dept 
reference a theft. The complainant advised 
that a blue Ford four door had drove off 
without paying for $37.38 worth of fuel.


Ptl Osberg



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Friday, February 02, 2018
09:59 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180656
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Animal Complaint
FRANKLIN AVE / SOUTHEAST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Report of a dead animal in the above area. 

Upon arrival, a deer was found to be hit by 
a vehicle and was deceased. This officer 
removed the deer from the roadway and the 
Humane officer was notified to pick up the 
animal.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180657
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
MIS- At Location / On Foot
1200 E SIXTH ST A

Report of a possible car accident at the 
above location. 

Upon arrival, this officer found that one 
student had struck other while attempting to 
park in a parking space. Minor damage was 
done to both vehicles and only a local 
report made, due to the incident being 
handled by the parents.



Ptl. R. Miller



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Incident #: 20180659
Date: Thursday. Februarv 1.2018
Abandoned / Junk MV 
1226 E STATE ST

Abandoned vehicle in the parking lot of the 
above location. This officer attempted to 
make contact with the owner and no one 
was found to be home. A red waring tag 
was left advising that the school had the 
option of towing the vehicle if it is not 
moved.



Ptl. R. Miller



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Incident #: 20180660
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Civil Matter
220 N LUNDY AVE

Complainant: GEORGE BRANDON,  
PENGUIN AVE AKRON, OH

The complainant responded to this 
department to report a civil issue regarding 
his medication. He advised that a friend of 
his picked up his medication at a drug store 
in Akron with his permission. The individual 
in question reportedly will now not return 
the complainants medication. 

Officer responded to speak with the 
individual involved and he was advised of 
the complaint. He agreed that he would get 
the medication and drop it off at this 
department at 1400 hrs. The complainant 
was advised that he could pick the 
medication up at that time.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180661
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1761 E STATE ST 
BURGER KING FOOD


Unit #1, 2011 CHEV SW RED  
Driver/Owner GENE NICHOLSON 

Unit #2, 2007 FORD 4s GRN, Driver/Owner 
CAROL HILDEBRAND 


Police responded to the 1700 block of E. 
State St for a two vehicle accident. Both 
Units were traveling eastbound.

Unit #1 struck Unit #2 from behind when it 
slowed down to turn into Burger King. Unit 
#1 admitted to fault to the accident. Neither 
party was injured and both advised they did 
not need medical attention. Both vehicles 
had very minor damage and were able to 
drive away from the scene.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180662
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
821 E STATE ST

Report of a drug paraphernalia in the above 
area. 

Upon arrival, the paraphernalia was brought 
back to this department where it was 
properly disposed of.


Ptl. R. Miller



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Incident #: 20180663
Date: Thursday, February 1 , 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
295 N UNION AVE

Complainant: MICHAEL WEITZ


Police responded to E. 3rd St near N. Union 
Ave for a hit skip. The complainant advised 
that a bluish/purple pickup backed into a 
telephone pole then took off. 

Goshen Police were requested to respond 
to the address of the registered owner. 
Further investigation pending.


Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180645
Date: Wednesday. Januarv 31.2018
Theft
345 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: JOHN LaFLEME

Complainant responded to Salem PD and 
reported that he had been living at 345 W 
Pershing St but opted to move out today. 
He identified a room mate that allegedly 
took the complainants EBT Food Card, 
forced the complainant to withdraw $40.00 
from an ATM and pay him, as well as taking 
a PS3 that the complainant reportedly 
purchased earlier this date and the suspect 
returned it for cash. 

The complainant advised that the suspect 
alleged that he (the complainant) owed rent 
and had changed the locks on the 
complainants room and would not give the 
complainant back his personal belonging 
until paid. Prior to making the police report, 
the complainant had been able to return to 
the residence and retrieve his property 
(reportedly because he had paid the money 
to the suspect). 

The complainant was provided a police 
report number and was advised to report to 
the issuing agency, as soon as possible, 
that the Food Card had been stolen. The 
complainant advised that the card is 
currently empty and the suspect does not 
have the pin to use it. 

Officer will follow up on the matter and 
attempt to contact the suspect before 
sending the matter for prosecutor review. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20180646
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Medical Problem / Assist
861 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: AMBULANCE, EMT 

Police responded to the 800 block of 
Newgarden to assist for a medical. Police 
stood by while EMT treated the male 
subject. The male was then transported to 
Salem Hospital by EMT.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180647
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
408 FRANKLIN ST 

Complainant: MIKE PLEGGE

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave in reference to a criminal 
damaging report. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
complainant who advised that his nephew 
had knocked the house numbers off. 
Complainant advised that the subject 
became upset when his father, who also 
lives there, would not buy him a sandwich.

Complainant had already fixed the damage 
prior to officer's arrival. Officers responded 
to the residence of the subject to advise him 
not to return.

 Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180648
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Suspicious Person
100 BLOCK OF W PERSHING

Officer observed a male subject in the 100 
block of W. Pershing Street who was acting 
suspicious. The subject was running and 
would then walk. The subject also kicked 
over a trash can and then set it back up. 

Officer made contact with the subject who 
advised he was walking to his parents 
house on Arch Street from his house on 
Cleveland Street. The subject stated that he 
was upset about some things he had going 
on and apologized for kicking the trash can 
over. The subject advised he needed no 
assistance and he did not appear to be 
intoxicated. He was advised to not touch 
other peoples property.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180649
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Child Unattended In MV
423 S LUNDY AVE A
GROCERY

While on patrol in the Sparkle Market 
parking lot officer was flagged down by a 
female advising of a child left in a vehicle 
unattended. The vehicle, a blue Chevy 
Cavalier was located along with a six year 
old child in the back seat playing on a cell 
phone. Immediately after making contact 
with the child, the mother came out of the 
store.

She was identified and advised of the 
complaint. She was provided a warning for 
leaving her child in the vehicle and was 
advised the child was too young to be left in 
the vehicle by himself. Officer cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180650
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Fire
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
FACTORY

Complainant: FD DEPT, SALEM 

Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. to Ventura located at 800 
Pennsylvania Ave. for a report of a possible 
fire on the roof of the business. Upon 
arrival, officers stood by while the fire dept. 
investigated. 

Officers cleared a short time later.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180651
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
FACTORY

Officers were in the 800 block of 
Pennsylvania Avenue assisting the fire 
department on a possible fire at a business 
(20180650). Officers observed a female 
subject on scene who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff Department. The female subject was 
placed in custody once the warrant was 
confirmed and transported back to the 
police department. 

The female subject was booked and then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Buffie D. Smith 7443 Spillway 
Road Lot# 81 Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Warrant- Failure to Appear - Permitting 
Underage


Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20180652
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Ambulance Needed
2488 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance to Jalisco's located at 2488 E. 
State St. for a medical emergency. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by while EMS 
personnel tended to a female subject inside 
the restaurant. She was later transported to 
the Salem Regional Medical Center by 
KLG.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180653
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
345 W PERSHING ST

Officers responded to the 300 block of W. 
Pershing Street to attempt contact with a 
female subject who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff Department. Officers attempted 
contact, but there was no answer.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180654
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Loud Persons

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
Pershing St in reference to a loud persons 
report. Complainant advised that the 
upstairs neighbor in his apartment building 
was stomping on the floor. 

Officers made contact with the upstairs 
neighbor and advised him of the complaint. 
He ceased his actions and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180655
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / S BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

4511.19 M1 Driving While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol/Drugs 
2923.16Dl F5 lmproper Handling Firearms 
in a Motor Vehicle 
451 1.21 A 333.03 A MM Assured Clear 
Distance Ahead

SIR $500.00 Smith & Wesson M&P .40Cal 
Smith & Wesson M&P LER4565
SIR $0.00 Two Firearm Magazines 
w/Ammo & Blackhawk Holster


Unit#1 Arrestee/Driver/Owner: Matthew A. 
McNemar , SALEM, OH

Unit#2 Driver/Owner: Dale B. Neiswanger , 
ALLIANCE, OH


Officers responded to the intersection of E. 
State St. and Broadway Ave. for a report of 
a two vehicle accident.

Upon arrival and investigation it was found 
the operator of unit#2, Dale B. Neiswanger 
was stopped at the red traffic signal facing 
westbound in his white 2015 Kia Forte 
when the operator of unit#l , Matthew 
McNemar whom was traveling westbound 
on E. State St. in his blue 2008 Chevy 
Impala failed to see unit#2 stopped in traffic 
thus causing unit#l to strike unit#2 in the 
rear causing damage to both vehicles. 

Unit#2 Operator complained of a headache 
and neck pain, but refused medical 
treatment. 

Mr. McNemar was ultimately placed under 
arrest for OVI, ACDA and improper handling 
of a firearm in a motor vehicle after a 
loaded Smith & Wesson Shield .40cal. was 
found in the center console of the vehicle. 
Mr. McNemar does possess a valid CCW 
permit through this county but it was seized 
as well as the firearm for evidence. 

The scene was photographed and unit#2 
was driven from the scene. 

Unit#l was towed from the scene by 
Kaiser's Towing with no hold. 

Mr. McNemar was transported to the Perry 
Twp. Police Dept. where he was offered a 
breath test which he refused. He was 
transported back to the Salem Police Dept. 
to finish processing and later transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail. Officers 
cleared.



Arrestee:
Matthew A. McNemar
241 W. Pershing St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: ACDA (MM) - OVI (M-1) - 
Improper Handling Of Firearm in Motor 
Vehicle (F-5)



Ptl. M. Cochran



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Thursday, February 01, 2018
09:14 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180644
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Solicitor(s)
253 PENN AVE


Report of a male subject in a Blue Astro 
Van in the above area selling tools.

Upon arrival, officers checked the area and 
were unable to locate.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180637
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1184 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

Report of a neighbor dispute at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
the neighbors dog is always in his yard 
causing issues. This officer spoke with the 
neighbor, advised them of the dog at large 
ordnance and that the dog needs to have 
ititags when outside and that if it continues 
they could be cited. 

They understood and this officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180638
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Dog At Large
366 PENN AVE


Report of dog at large in the above area. 
Officers located the dog and the Humane 
Officer responded and took the animal.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180639
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL

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



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180640
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
400 block of S BROADWAY


While on routine patrol in the City of Salem, 
Columbiana County, Ohio in car #6 this 
officer observed a red colored Honda in the 
400blk of S. Broadway that appeared not to 
have been moved for some time, Ohio 
registration, HEH1453 a 1995 Honda. 
Maroon in color.

Officer left a red warning on the windshield 
for violation of City ordinance 303.09 
Illegally Parked Abandoned Vehicle on 
Street/Roadway.

Officer left a note on the warning must be 
moved 48hrs and is subject to being towed.

Officer also chalked the left rear tire at the 
12 o'clock position.


Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180641
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Littering / Dumping
208 ROSE AVE 

Complainant: ANTHONY PERRY

Officers spoke with the complainant about 
subjects dumping trash at their rental 
property. Officers attempted to make 
contact via the phone but were unable to 
make contact.




Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180642
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
148 PENN AVE 

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed the vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration, EXZI 575 that was given as the 
violating vehicle parked in the 20 minute 
Loading / Unloading zone.

Officer left a red warning on the vehicle 
advising of the violation along with advising 
that next violation could lead to a pink 
ticket.

Officer chalked the left rear tire at the 12 
o'clock position and on the ground at the 6 
o'clock position.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180623
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Suspicious Activity
900 BLOCK OF E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Anonymous complainant stopped reporting 
officer and advised of illegal drug activity in 
the 900 block E State St.

Information was obtained from the 
complainant and will be forwarded to other 
officers.



Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20180627
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
1383 E STATE ST 


Complainant: JUSTIN HUDDLESTON

Officer did speak with a complainant over 
the phone regarding text messages he had 
received. The male was advised to block 
the number and officer did call the number 
the texts were coming from. The male did 
not identify himself but denied sending any 
texts. He was advised to cease doing so if 
he had been sending any.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180629
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE


Complainant: Sinsleys, Towing


Officer responded to the area of 
Pennsylvania Ave. near Ventra for a report 
of a tractor trailer in the ditch. No damage 
was done. Photos were taken. Officer stood 
by with the vehicle until Davidson's 
removed it from the ditch.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180630
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
175 W STATE ST


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle in the 100 block of S Howard. 
During the stop the driver did give consent 
to search the vehicle. 

Officer did locate paraphernalia inside the 
vehicle. The driver was issued a citation for 
the paraphernalia and was given a verbal 
warning for the driving offense.


Cited: Cheyenne L. Taylor
Address: 2900 Depot Rd Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia (MM)



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180631
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Traffic Offense
FRANKLIN AVE / MAPLE ST

Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location for a moving violation. 
The K9 officer was contacted and 
responded with K9 Simon. Simon was 
deployed for an open air sniff of the vehicle, 
but did not indicate to the odor of narcotics. 

The driver was issued a written warning for 
the violation and sent on his way.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180632
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
175 W STATE ST


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle whose driver had a 
suspended drivers license. During the stop 
the K9 officer was called and K9 Simon did 
indicate to the presence of narcotic odor. 

A probable cause search did yield multiple 
items of drug paraphernalia. Additional 
paraphernalia was also located on the male 
passenger. The male also had a concealed 
weapon in his pocket and multiple knives 
were located concealed throughout the 
vehicle. 

The female driver and male passenger 
were taken into custody for Possession of 
Drug Paraphernalia and CCW. Items 
located in the vehicle will be sent to BCI for 
further narcotic testing. A lock box in the 
vehicle was also seized as evidence and 
will be turned over to the Columbiana 
County DTF.


Arrested: Jessica L Smith
Address: 3527 Dotwood St NW North 
Canton. OH 44720
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
CCW
DUS - Court


Arrested: Jeret Hiles
Address: 2711 S Union Ave Apt 21 Alliance, 
OH 44601
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
CCW



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180633
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
378 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: HOLLY FEGERT

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fourth St for a dispute. The complainant 
advised her boyfriend was intoxicated and 
they were having a verbal argument. 

The male subject was found to have a 
warrant out Columbiana County and was 
taken into custody. The male subject was 
transported to Salem Police Department 
where he was processed and then released 
to a Columbiana County Sheriff Deputy.


Arrested: Randall J. Fegert
Address: 378 E Fourth St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Warrant Arrest



Ptl. J. Brooks



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Incident #: 20180634
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Dog At Large
629 E PERRY ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Perry St for a barking dog complaint. The 
officer located the dog running across the 
street without a collar. The owner of the dog 
was located and advised the dog had 
slipped the collar after being outside. The 
owner of the dog was given verbal warnings 
for dog at large and barking dog. He was 
also advised to get the dog registered within 
the next several days or he would be issued 
a minor misdemeanor citation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180635
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Suspicious Activity
607 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: AMBER MORRIS

Officers responded to the 600 block of W 
Pershing St for suspicious activity. The 
complainant advised that her vehicle alarm 
was going off and was unsure if anyone 
was around it. 

Officers checked the area and located three 
males wearing dark clothing. The male 
subjects advised that were walking from the 
opposite direction and were headed to a 
residence nearby. The male subjects were 
patted down for weapons and gave verbal 
consent to search their personal 
belongings. Several drug paraphernalia 
items were located on a male subject and 
he was taken into custody. The subject was 
transported to the Salem Police Department 
where he was processed and book, then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: David E. Boggs
Address: LKA 345 W Pershing St, Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Charge: Possession of Drugs (III,IV,V) ORC 
2925.11 C2 and Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia ORC 2925.14
C1


Ptl. E. Perry 



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Incident #: 20180636
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
780 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 700 block of W 
State St in regards to a report of drug 
paraphernalia. The complainant advised 
that the male subject, Michael Hamilton had 
been bragging about having a crack pipe on 
him. Officers arrived on scene and located 
the male subject and did locate a black 
crack pipe inside of his pocket upon 
performing a probable cause search. 

Mr Hamilton was then placed in custody 
and charged with possession of drug 
paraphernalia, officer then directly 
transported the male subject to the 
Columbiana County Jail. Additional charges 
are pending based on lab results.

Arrested: Michael A Hamilton
Address: 1007 E Fourth St, Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia



Ptl Walla



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Wednesday, January 31, 2018
09:29 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180620
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN ST

A complaint from the street dept. regarding 
a moving truck parked on Franklin Ave. 
Officer spoke with the owner / driver who 
moved it off the road. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180621
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Criminal Trespassing
2875 E STATE ST A 



Officers responded to walmart for a male 
who allegedly trespassed. Walmart chose to 
release him without arrest process. He was 
warned to not come back on the property 
and escorted off by officers. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180622
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Menacing / Threats
840 W PERSHING ST 4


Officer(s) responded to the 800 block of 
West Pershing St. for a report of menacing. 

On arrival officers spoke with the reported 
victim. The victim stated that a female 
known to her had showed up at her 
residence and threatened her. Officers 
provided the victim with the options for 
dealing with the situation. 

Offices also spoke with the suspect and she 
was advised not to return to the victims 
residence.

Both of the persons involved did provide 
written statements of the incident and it will 
be sent to the prosecutors office for review 
of possible charges.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180625
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST A 
GIANT EAGLE GROCERY

Private property accident 

Officer(s) responded to the 2400 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle 
private property accident. Unit # 1 had been 
sitting unoccupied in the parking lot when it 
was struck by unit # 2. The driver of unit # 
2, Debra Cehrs, stated that she had backed 
up and struck unit # 1. 

Unit # 1 sustained damage to the rear 
bumper area unit # 2 sustained no visible 
damage.


Unit # 1 / owner / Betty Horning
vehicle / 2011 Mazda


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Debra Cehrs
vehicle / 2000 Ford
insurance / none



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180601
Date: Monday. Januaw 29.2018
Littering / Dumping
1600 E STATE ST A


Complainant: REBECCA HOUSHOUR

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E. State St. for a illegal dumping report. 
When officers arrived they met with the 
complainant who stated that trash had been 
thrown into their dumpster. The complainant 
stated that they just wanted the trash to be 
removed. 

Officers were able to make conact with the 
subjects mother who stated that she would 
inform her son to get his trash out of the 
complainants dumpster.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180602
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
840 W PERSHING ST 7

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 

Upon arrival, officers located a female and 
her live in adult son that were involved in a 
verbal dispute. Both sides advised the 
dispute was verbal only and the male 
decided to take a walk to allow the situation 
to calm down.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180603
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1715 SOUTHEAST BLVD 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) spoke with the complainant over 
the phone about a possible assault that had 
occurred inside of the city. After speaking 
with the complainant officers contacted the 
family member of the persons who had 
been involved in the altercation. It was 
determined to be a dispute over one of the 
persons not wanting to go to school.

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



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180604
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Accident Private Property
1995 E STATE ST
SALEM REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER


Unit #1, 2012 SUBA Outback , Driver 
TERESA MARSH, Owner GREGORY 
WOLFE

Officers were dispatched to the Salem 
Hospital for a private property crash. When 
officer arrived on scene they met the 
complainant who stated that she didn't 
realize her car was in drive and not reverse.

When she pressed the accelerator she ran 
into the handicap sign in front of her. 

Photographs were taken of the damage.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180606
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: KATIE 

The complainant from the above location 
called and advised that the driver of a tan 
SUV pumped gas into her vehicle and left 
without paying. The complainant provided a 
description of the vehicle and registration. 

Contact was made with the owner of the 
vehicle and stated that she had paid with 
her credit card, but was not able to get a 
reciept from the pump. 

Reporting officer advised the female subject 
to return to the gas station and see the 
clerk. The complainant called back and 
stated that the female subject returned and 
paid for her gas. Officer then cleared.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20180607
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Speak To Officer
565 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: JORDAN SMELTZER

Officers took a report on station about 
suspicious persons. The complainant 
explained that multiple vehicles are coming 
to the 500 block of Franklin Ave. at all hours 
of the night. they explained that they believe 
that there may be drug activity in the area.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180608
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
2551 LEXINGTON AVE 6

Complainant: ALLEN SCOTT

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported assault. 
The complainant stated his live in adult 
sister punched him in the chest on 01/28/18 
and he wants her removed from the 
residence. 

The sister was not at the residence while 
officer was present. The complainant made 
it clear that he did not wish to pursue 
charges. 

No injury was observed. I explained the 
eviction process to the complainant prior to 
clearing.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180609
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Harassment
648 N LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: JENNIFER SMITH

Officer responded to the 600 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that her and her 
son have been having issues with a female 
subject that visits with her neighbor. The 
complainant advised officer that the female 
subject followed her son and made threats 
to have him beaten up. 

Officer advised the complainant to call the 
PD if she can figure out the subjects name 
or if she has any further issues with her.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180610
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem

Complainant: SANDI PHILLIPS,  
KENSINGTON, OH 

Officer took a complaint on station for 
concern of a child's well being in the 21 00 
block of Monroe St. Officers responded to 
the residence and spoke with the subjects 
ensuring the childs safety. 

Children's services was contacted, advised 
of the situation and stated they would follow 
up with the subjects. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180611
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Deming St.
Water Line Break / Leak

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Deming St. for a possible water line break. 
Officer located several yards where water 
was forming large puddles. Officer did 
advise the water department.



Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20180612
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
211 W SEVENTH ST

Complainant: KATHLEEN NORWOOD

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 7th 
St for a report of a dispute. Officer arrived 
and found that a mother was upset because 
her adult son had called her a name. Officer 
advised the complainant that there was 
nothing that could be done about the matter 
and told her to stay away from the son if 
she had an issue.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180613
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Person To Be Removed
795 E THIRD ST

Complainant: JENNIFER BIRCHAK

Officer responded to the 700 block of E 
Third St for a person to be removed. The 
female subject had left prior to officers 
arrival. The complainant advised that the 
female juvenile arrived after being told not 
to come over and started an argument with 
her daughter. The juvenile refused to leave 
after being asked to several times until she 
called the police. 

The complainant advised she did not want 
the juvenile or her mother back at her 
residence.

Officers made contact with the juvenile and 
her mother and advised them they were 
criminally trespassed from the residence.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180614
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
532 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
State St for several suspicious vehicles. 
Officers made contact with a subject who 
was unable to provide a reason for at the 
residence. Officers made contact with 
several other subjects inside the apartment 
but all stated they did not reside at the 
residence. The subjects stated that the 
resident had left recently but no one was 
able to contact the male subject. 

All subjects were advised to leave the 
residence and to have the resident contact 
the police department.



Ptl. E. Perry


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Incident #: 20180615
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Traffic Offense
100 BLOCK OF S ELLSWORTH ST

Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location for a headlight 
violation. The driver was given a verbal 
warning for the violation and did give verbal 
consent to search the vehicle. The vehicle 
was searched and no contraband was 
located.


Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180616
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Open Door 
 443 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: GREGG COURTAD

Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Lincoln Ave to check on an open door to a 
garage. Officers checked the interior and 
found it to be empty. The owner of the 
property confirmed that nothing was 
missing and it appeared that the open door 
was caused by the weather.


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180617
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
664 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: PATRICK REYNOLDS

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of an unruly 
juvenile. The complainant advised that his 
son was cursing and yelling at his fiance. 
He also advised that he caught him 
smoking marijuana earlier in the day and 
kicked all of his friends out of the residence. 
The complainant was advised of how to file 
unruly charges and to contact the police 
department if they had future problems with 
the other juveniles involved.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180618
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
664 WASHINGTON AVE

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Washington Ave in regards to a unruly 
juvenile report. The father of the male 
juvenile advised that his son had been 
acting out and had been outside smoking 
marijuana. Officers arrived on scene and 
spoke to the male juvenile and advised him 
of the consequences if his actions 
continued. Officers also advised the father 
that he could file unruly charges through the 
Columbiana County Juvenile Court.



Ptl Walla



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Tuesday, January 30, 2018
08:04 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180596
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
849 E THIRD ST

Complainant: SAMUEL ORR

Officers responded to 849 E. Third St. 
Apt.#l for a noise disturbance called in by 
the complainant, Samuel Orr.

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
the tenants in the apartment above him 
make loud noise all day long and that he 
has already previously reported it to his 
landlord. While speaking with the 
complainant officer did not hear any loud 
noise. Officer did however speak with the 
tenants in Apt.#3 and advised them of the 
complaint and that if they are being loud to 
be respectful to their neighbors and keep 
the noise down. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180597
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Suspicious Vehicle 
W STATE (400 BLOCK)

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a suspicious vehicle. Officer 
arrived on scene and made contact with the 
subject. The subject advised that he had 
accidentally knocked on the door of the 
wrong house.

Subject stated that he has not been in the 
area for awhile and was one over from 
where he should be. Subject made contact 
with the complainant and apologized for the 
error.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180598
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Domestic In Progress
648 S UNION AVE

Complainant: CARLEY ECKMAN

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
S Union Ave in regards to a domestic in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
complainant who advised that at argument 
broke out between her and her husband 
and that he was destroying things inside the 
residence. She also advised that he threw a 
diaper box, which hit her in the nose. 

Officers made contact with the subject who 
admitted that he was breaking things and 
did throw the box. He advised that he was 
upset that his wife continually takes his 
vehicle to places that he is unaware of and 
constantly spends his money on her friends, 
which should be used for their children. 

No injuries were observed on either party. 
Officers provided the couple with their 
options for dealing with the incident and 
cleared shortly after.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180599
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Traffic Offense

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a bronze 
colored Chevy Malibu in the 200 block of 
Pennsylvania and issued the driver/owner 
Thomas C. Wolfe IV a traffic citation for 
Driving Under Suspension. Officer also 
removed both front and rear license plates 
from the vehicle per the LEADS printout. 

Davidson's Towing responded and towed 
the vehicle from the scene. 

Mr. Wolfe was provided a courtesy ride to 
his place of employment near by. Officers 
cleared.


CITED:
Thomas C. Wolfe IV
438 Jennings Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension



Ptl. B. Smith



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Monday, January 29, 2018
09:50 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180584
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
954 ADAMS AVE 

Complainant: Mallory Smith

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a break-in sometime overnight. 
Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated she came home from work and 
noticed the front door was broken. Officers 
checked the residence and didn't locate any 
subjects. Evidence was gathered at the 
scene, the matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180585
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Fraud
1213 E ELEVENTH ST 

Complainant: JACK LEIPPER

The complainant contacted this department 
to report a fraudulent charge on his Home 
Savings bank statement.

He advised that his bank statement for the 
date of  01-26-18 showed $63.63 charged 
to his account. The complainant stated that 
the charge was from a company called 
Conenity out of Uruguay. He stated that he 
never purchased anything online, nor was 
he familiar with the company.

He requested a report number to provide to 
his bank.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180587
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
462 W F OURTH ST

Complainant: MIRANDA MORAR

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a verbal dispute. The 
complainant stated that the male subject left 
prior to officers arrival. The verbal argument 
was about the male subject speaking with 
another female on Face book.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180590
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018

Complainant: JULIA WORRIX

Complainant on station reference her stolen 
cell phone. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised that her ex-boyfriend has her cell 
phone (Iphone 7s) and wont give it back. 
The ex-boyfriend is in Texas and she 
advised that if she files a report the local 
police department (Big Sandy) will go get 
the phone. Report number was given to the 
complainant.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180591
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
627 ARCH ST

Complainant: CRYSTAL KORNBAU

Police responded to the 600 block of Arch 
St for Criminal Damaging. The complainant 
advised that her daughters tires were 
stabbed sometime through the night. The 
complainant also advised this has 
happened several times in the past after her 
daughter and boyfriend had broke up. 

The daughter has also been receiving 
several messages from her ex as well as 
being followed.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180592
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Suspicious Activity
100 BLOCK OF S. Broadway

Police conducted a traffic stop in the 100 
block of S. Broadway. The vehicle was 
stopped due to the suspicious actions while 
traveling. The driver consented to a search 
and the K9 was ran. No indication was 
given by the K9.

The driver was released and Police cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180593
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Intoxicated Driver
717 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
S Lundy Ave in reference to an intoxicated 
driver. Complainant advised that the subject 
was intoxicated, with no driver's license, 
and was operating a blue truck on his way 
back to E Sixth St. Officers had negative 
contact with the vehicle on the roadway, but 
located it parked in the 600 block of E Sixth 
St. 

Officers made contact with the subject, but 
didn't observe any signs of intoxication, 
despite denying having driven the vehicle. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180594
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Theft
220 S UNION AVE 

A female subject came to the Police Dept in 
reference a theft. The complainant stated 
her credit card was taken while at work at 
Essex. The complainant brought in 
documents from the credit card company 
with the time and dates of use. Further 
investigation pending.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180595
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Report of juveniles playing on the ice of the 
pond at Memorial park. 

Upon arrival, juveniles were located and 
advised to refrain from walking on the ice, 
due to safety reasons. They departed the 
area.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180567
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Theft
423 S LUNDY AVE 
GROCERY

Complainant: Clerk

Officers were dispatched to Sparkle Market 
in the 400 block of S. Lundy Avenue for a 
theft that happened earlier in the afternoon. 
Officers responded and spoke with the 
complainant, an employee of the store, who 
advised a female subject stole a bottle of 
alcohol. Officers were shown surveillance 
footage of a female subject known to 
officers. The female subject concealed a 
bottle of Colonial Club Vodka in her purse 
and passed all points of sale before exiting 
the store with out rendering payment. The 
cost of the Vodka is $7.49. 

Officers later located the female subject 
walking in the area of S. Lundy Avenue 
near E. Perry Street. The female was 
subsequently taken in to custody for theft. 
The subject was transported back to the 
police department for booking and was then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.

Arrested: Deanna M. Lodge 965 S. Lundy 
Avenue Salem, Ohio 44460
Theft M1



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180574
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
584 S MADISON AVE

Complainant: Jack Dennison

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
S. Madison Avenue for a report of a 
burglary.

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant / victim and his wife. The 
complainant advised that they had left the 
residence for a few hours in the evening 
and when they returned they noticed muddy 
foot prints on the floor and items missing 
from their bed room. Officer was advised 
that a loose change coin counter, several 
specialty coins and other cash was stolen. 
The residence had been locked and forced 
entry marks could be seen on the front 
door. 

Officer obtained photographs and 
necessary information for the report. Officer 
advised the complainant that a report would 
be completed and he was provided a report 
number.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180575
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Check Well Being
1280 SOUTHEAST BLVD 52

Complainant: Kathy Phillips

Officers responded to 1280 Southeast Blvd. 
Apt.#52 to check the well being of a female 
subject reported to reside at the apartment. 

Complainant advised of a female subject 
making comments to her via facebook 
messenger relating to possible suicidal 
thoughts. 

Upon arrival, officers attempted contacted 
at the door and had negative contact. A 
downstairs tenant advised that the female in 
question was evicted from Apt.#52 around 
Christmas time. 

Officers cleared and will attempt to locate 
the female.



Ptl. B. Smith 



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lncident #: 20180576
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Dog Bite
1847 N ELLSWORTH AVE

On 1/27/2018 officers responded to the 
1800 block of N Ellsworth in regards to a 
dog bite report involving a juvenile. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to the 
grandmother of the juvenile in question and 
gathered information regarding the dogs 
history and paperwork. Officers then 
gathered the juvenile's mother information 
along with the juvenile's information. 
Officers then informed the grandmother that 
a report will be documented and that the 
dog itself will have to be under quarantine 
for the next ten days. 

Once all information was gathered officers 
then cleared and then made contact with 
the juvenile's mother to check to see if the 
story matched and followed up with her. A 
report will be sent to the City Health Dept.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180577
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle 
travelling through Centennial Park after 
closing hours. Officer conducted a traffic 
stop on the vehicle and made contact with 
three juveniles inside. 

After a brief investigation, K9 Argo was 
deployed for an open air sniff of the vehicle. 
K9 Argo alerted to the presence of a 
narcotic odor and the vehicle and 
occupants were subsequently searched. 
Nothing illegal was located, however the 
juveniles admitted to smoking marijuana 
earlier in the day. 

The juveniles were advised of the park 
hours and sent on their way.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180578
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Intoxicated Driver
E STATE ST / BROOKLYN AVE

Complainant: Cheyenne

Officers were dispatched to the 1700 block 
of E State St in reference to an intoxicated 
driver. Complainant, who works at a near by 
restaurant, advised that the driver of a grey 
Jeep, which was in the drive-thru, appeared 
to be intoxicated. Officers responded and 
observed the vehicle leaving the restaurant 
parking lot. The vehicle turned west bound 
onto E State St and rapidly accelerated. 
Officer observed the vehicle the cross the 
center yellow line and subsequently 
conducted a traffic stop on it. 

After a brief investigation, the driver was 
placed under arrest for OVI and transported 
to the police department for processing. 
AAA responded to the scene and removed 
the vehicle from the roadway. 

The driver was charged with OVI, cited with 
Left of Center, and later transported home 
in a taxi cab.


Arrested: Lee A. Courtney 
1033 Buckeye Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: OVI (ORC 4511.19Al a), OVC-
Refusal (ORC 4511 .19A2), Left of Center 
(ORC 4511.25A)



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180574
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
584 S MADISON AVE

Complainant: Jack Dennison

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
S. Madison Avenue for a report of a 
burglary. Officer responded and met with 
the complainant/victim and his wife. The 
complainant advised that they had left the 
residence for a few hours in the evening 
and when they returned they noticed muddy 
foot prints on the floor and items missing 
from their bed room. 

Officer was advised that a loose change 
coin counter, several specialty coins and 
other cash was stolen. The residence had 
been locked and forced entry marks could 
be seen on the front door. 

Officer obtained photographs and 
necessary information for the report. Officer 
advised the complainant that a report would 
be completed and he was provided a report 
number.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180566
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit 1- Operator- Elaine Tuel- 2012 Chevy 
CRUZE Silver Owner SCOTT TUEL 

Unit 2- Operator- Kenneth Combs- 2006 
FORD SW Owner CAROL COMBS 


Officers responded to the intersection of N 
Lincoln Ave and E Third St in reference to a 
two vehicle traffic crash.

Unit 1, a silver 2012 Chevy Cruze, operated 
by Ms. Elaine Tuel, was travelling west 
bound on E Third St and proceeded through 
the intersection. Unit 2, a maroon 2006 
Ford Escape, operated by Mr. Kenneth 
Combs, was travelling south bound on N 
Lincoln Ave and also proceeding through 
the intersection. 

Both operators advised that they had 
stopped at the stop sign and then 
proceeded through the intersection, with 
both stating that they had the right of way. 

Unit 1 and Unit 2 collided in the center of 
the intersection. Unit 1 sustained functional 
damage to the right side of the front 
bumper, while Unit 2 sustained functional 
damage to the left side of the front bumper. 
Due to conflicting stories, no citations were 
issued and no injuries were reported. 

Both operators were advised to contact 
their insurance companies. 



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180552
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Traffic Offense
PENN A VE / WALNUT ST


Police conducted a traffic stop on Penn Ave 
at Walnut St. The registered owner came 
back as suspended. 

When contact was made the driver had 
never had an OH license and was only 
carrying a foreign ID. The vehicle was 
removed and the driver was cited.


Cited: Hector Miguel
Add: 1293 Maple St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: No OH Drivers License




Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180583
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Check Well Being
305 W WILSON ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
W. Wilson Street for a check well being on a 
male subject. A female subject had called 
from out of state and advised she was 
speaking to the male subject via the 
Internet and he had fell on the floor. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
the subject who advised he was having 
abdominal pain and a possible panic attack. 
First Responders and an ambulance 
service responded. 

The subject was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180582
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
207 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: DARREN KETCHUM

On 1/28/2018 officers responded to the 200 
block on Jennings Ave in regards to a 
missing juveniles report.

Upon arrival at the residence both juveniles 
that were reported missing were located on 
the property. Officers gathered all 
information from the juveniles and informed 
the legal guardian of the situation. Officers 
were advised that the legal guardian who 
was the original complainant was coming 
over to pick both juveniles up. Officers then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180580
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
1033 BUCKEYE AVE

Complainant: CHARLES CORBETT

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Buckeye Ave in reference to a male subject 
with a mental issue.

Complainant, who drives a taxi in town, 
advised that he had just dropped off the 
male subject at home and during transit the 
male made statements of committing 
suicide. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
the subject, who had been previously 
arrested for OVI by officers earlier in the 
night (See Report #20180578) and advised 
him of the complaint. The subject denied 
having made statements in regards to 
suicide. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance also 
responded to the scene. The subject was 
subsequently transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for treatment. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180581
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Recovered Property

Officer was conducting a vehicle inventory 
after an OVI arrest for incident 20180578 on 
E. State Street near Brooklyn Avenue. 
Officer located a black leather wallet in the 
vehicle containing two credit / debit cards 
belonging to a male subject who is 
deceased. The subject who owns the 
vehicle did not provide a reason as to why 
the cards were in his vehicle. The items 
were taken back to the police department.



Ptl. C. Crider 



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Incident #: 20180573
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Public Assist
1207 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: HARLEY WINN

Female complainant, whom resides in Perry 
Twp. in the 1100 block of W. Perry St. 
contacted this police dept. requesting 
assistance. 

Complainant advised that she had 
accidentally left property at a residence in 
the 200 block of Jennings Ave. inside the 
City limits and that the residents were not 
going to give her back her property.

Complainant advised she had no way over 
to the Jennings Ave. address either way to 
retrieve her property.

Officer did stop and speak with a female at 
the address on Jennings Ave. who advised 
that the complainant could have stopped 
over to retrieve her property and that there 
would have been no issues. The female did 
already have the complainant's property 
bagged and sitting on a chair on the back 
covered porch. Officer did take possession 
of the property and transported it to the 
police dept. for the complainant to pick up 
so there would be no issues at the Jennings 
Ave. address. 

Dispatch contacted the complainant and 
advised her to pick up her property at the 
police dept. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180571
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
196 W SIXTEENTH ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officers responded to 196 W. 16th St. for a 
reported 911 hang up call. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with an 
adult male at the residence who advised 
there were no problems and unaware of 
anybody in the home dialing 911. During the 
investigation it was found female juveniles 
in the home dialed 911 but there was no 
emergency.

The juveniles were explained the proper 
use for calling 911. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



***************************************



Incident #: 20180569
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Speak To Officer
110 W PERSHING ST 2

Complainant: PETERS

Complainant requested to speak with an 
officer about possible drug activity in the 
area. Officer gathered the information and 
advised that it would be forwarded to the 
Drug Task Force.


Ptl. Cochran



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Sunday, January 28, 2018
08:28 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180561
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Civil Matter
965 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a civil matter between landlord 
and tenant dispute.

Officers advised the landlord and tenet of 
their options.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180562
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST 
WALMART LOT


Traffic Crash Report Private Property

Unit #1: PARKED 2016 Dodge TK Ram 
Red in color
Owner: Taddy Sevek 9383 McAllister Rd 
Lisbon, Ohio 44432

Unit #2: 2005 Chevrolet 4s Malibu Red in 
color
Owner: Gregg Neel 36925 Eagleton Rd 
Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Operator: Rebecca Neel 409 Angle Myer St 
Leetonia, Ohio 44431


Unit #1 was parked in the parking lot (row 
10) facing in a northeast direction. Unit #2 
was parked to the north side of Unit #1 and 
attempted to back out of the parking space.

Unit #2's right rear corner area struck Unit 
#l's left rear quarter area. No injuries 
reported at time of crash. No Unit(s) towed.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180563
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE MCALLISTER

The complainant contacted this department 
to report a drive-off. She advised that the 
driver of a black chevy truck pumped 
$30.04 worth of fuel. The driver then left 
heading westbound on E. State St. without 
rendering payment.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180565
Date:  Saturday, January 27,2018
Fight
1872 E STATE ST
PARKING LOT

Complainant: RENEE GREENAMYER

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a fight. It was found that a male 
and female had broken up and an argument 
broke out with the male getting shoved and 
losing his balance going through some of 
the fencing on the east side of the lot.

No injuries reported.

The female juvenile was sent on her way 
with those she arrived with. The male and 
his friend along with the parents went back 
inside the business.

The business manager/complainant 
advised no problem with the fence they just 
didn't want any one to get hurt.

The male wanted nothing done.

The female was sent on her way and the 
others went inside to eat.



Pti. French



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Incident #: 20180560
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Assist Perry Police
1184 W PERRY ST

Complainant: PTPD

Officers responded to 1184 W. Perry St. to 
assist a Perry Twp. Officer with a possible 
domestic. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by while the 
Perry Twp. officer conducted his 
investigation. Officer later cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180559
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: GOSHEN TWP, PD 

Officer assisted a Goshen Twp. Police 
Dept. officer with running a DataMaster 
breath test at the Salem Police Dept. on an 
OVI suspect they had placed under arrest. 
The female arrestee did submit to a breath 
test with results being a .105 %BAC. 

Proper paperwork was provided to the 
Goshen Twp. Officer and officer then 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180558
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Child Abuse 
680 PARK AVE

This agency received a call from a social 
worker from Akron Children's Hospital Main 
Campus in Akron in reference to a possible 
child abuse incident. 

This agency's Detective and an investigator 
with Columbiana County Children's 
Services was notified. Investigation is 
pending.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180557
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
624 E FIFTH ST

Officers attempted a warrant arrest of a 
male subject at a residence in the 600 block 
of E. 5th St. and had negative contact. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith


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Incident #: 20180556
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Reckless Operator
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to the WaLMart 
parking lot at 2875 E. State Street for a 
report of a red truck operating reckless near 
the large snow pile in the lot. Officer 
responded and observed several people 
standing beside vehicles, one a red Ford 
Ranger, parked near the snow pile. 

Officer made contact with one male subject 
who advised that the red pickup truck was 
his, but he denied operating the truck 
recklessly. 

All subjects were advised of the 
consequences to operating recklessly.



Ptl. C. Crider 



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lncident #: 20180555
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Unattended Fire
257 W WILSON ST

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
W Wilson St in reference to a fire complaint. 
Complainant advised that the neighbors 
had come onto the property and started a 
fire in their fire pit. 

Officer spoke with the neighbors who 
denied having started it. Officers learned 
that they were burning a dresser. 

The Salem Fire Department extinguished 
the fire and they were advised no to light it 
again. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



***********************************



Incident #: 20180554
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
226 VINE AVE

Complainant: PRASANTA KOTHAKOTA,  
AURORA, OH 44202 

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
Vine Ave for a criminal damaging report. 
When officers arrived on scene they met 
with the complainant who stated that one of 
the residents living in the apartment's 
attempted to break open one of the 
washers and steal the change inside. 

Officers documented the damage done to 
the washer with photographs.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180553
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Check Well Being
1614 MERLE RD

Complainant: FIVE STAR URGENT 
RESPONSE

Officers were dispatched to the 1600 block 
of Merle Rd. for a medical assist. When 
officers arrived on scene it was found out to 
be a false alarm and that the complainant 
had hit his medical emergency button on 
accident.



Ptl. Connolly



***********************************



Incident #: 20180549
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
241 E STATE ST B 

Officers attempted contact with a female 
subject in the 200 block of E. State Street 
who had an arrest warrant from the 
Columbiana County Sheriff Department. 
Officers made contact with a female subject 
at the residence who was not the female in 
question. Officers also spoke with a male 
subject at the residence who was found to 
have an active arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff Department. 

The male subject was subsequently placed 
in custody for the warrant and transported 
back to the police department for booking. 

The subject was transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Donnie L. Greathouse 241 E. 
State Street Apt. B Salem, Ohio
Warrant- Failure to Appear for Driving 
Under Suspension



Ptl. C. Crider



*******************************



lncident #: 20180547
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 REILLY AVE D

Complainant: CHUCK HUDDLESTON

Officers were dispatched to Reilly Stadium 
in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant advised that he observed 
three juveniles climb over the cast iron 
fence to the stadium. 

Officers responded and checked for the 
juveniles, but they had already departed. 
No signs of criminal mischief were 
observed. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



***********************************



lncident #: 20180546
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Traffic Offense
JENNINGS AVE / W NINTH ST 

Police conducted a traffic stop on Jennings 
Ave at W. 9th St. after Police observed that 
the vehicle did not have a rear license plate. 
After making contact with the driver it was 
verified he had multiple warrants. 

The vehicle was towed by Sinsleys and the 
driver was transported to the station. 

After booking the driver was transported to 
county jail by the Columbiana Co Sheriff.


Arrested: Robert C. Nelson
Address: 305 W. 7th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant / Failure To Appear
Driving Under Suspension
Expired Registration



Ptl Osberg



****************************************



Saturday, January 27, 2018
08:20 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180542
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Ambulance Needed
411 JENNlNGS AVE UP 

Officer responded to the above location and 
went to check on the female complainant 
who needed transported to the hospital due 
to her illness.

EMT ambulance along with Salem first 
responders were on scene.

Officer checked on the female and while 
there observed a silver type pipe laying on 
the pillow on the floor in the living room 
which the female denied being hers but 
some one else's.

The item was brought to this department 
along with a straw wooden type pipe, found 
on the kitchen table. The items were 
disposed of.



Ptl. French



**************************************



Incident #: 20180532
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Speak To Officer
2059 MONROE ST 18

Complainant: JULIA

Report of speak to officers. Complainant 
advised that a male subject had walked 
away from the Salem Hospital before his 
court ordered treatment was up. 

This officer checked the male subjects 
apartment and found no one was home. 
The complainant called back and advised 
that they found that he had went to St. 
Elizabeth hospital.



Ptl. Miller



********************************



Incident #: 20180540
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
HAWLEY AVE / CLEVELAND ST


Report of a green suv that has been parked 
at the above location all week. Upon arrival, 
this officer spoke with the owner and she 
advised that she is in the process of getting 
the vehicle fixed this evening.



Ptl. Miller



**************************************



Incident #: 20180537
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
277 E STATE ST 

Complainant: DOUG KOEHLER

Report of criminal damage at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
some time last week someone had kicked 
the rear door of his business. Complainant 
advised that he just wanted atextra patrol of 
the alley at the rear of his business.



Ptl. Miller



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Incident #: 20180535
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
1590 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Report of upset/distraught male subject in 
the area of the railroad tracks (Mullins, S. 
Ellsworth). 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area for 
several minutes and was unable locate the 
above subject.


Ptl. Miller



**************************************



Incident #: 20180531
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Theft
615 S LINCOLN AVE 8

Complainant: Matthew Warren

Officers responded to the above address for 
a theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated they let a male 
subject borrow the item then it was stolen 
while in the male subjects possession.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



************************************



Incident #: 20180533
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: DAWN 

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



Ptl. M.Wirkner



***********************************



Incident #: 20180534
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Fraud

Complainant: MARJORIE SMITH

Officers spoke with a complainant about an 
unknown person(s) stealing and altering 
their checks then cashing it, the matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



***********************************



lncident #: 20180535
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
590 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Report of upset / distraught male subject in 
the area of the railroad tracks (Mullins, S. 
Ellsworth). 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area for 
several minutes and was unable locate the 
above subject.


Ptl. Miller



**********************************



lncident #: 20180537
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
277 E STATE ST

Complainant: DOUG KOEHLER

Report of criminal damage at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
some time last week someone had kicked 
the rear door of his business. 

Complainant advised that he just wanted a 
extra patrol of the alley at the rear of his 
business.



Ptl. Miller



***********************************



lncident #: 20180539
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Traffic Offense
635 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a moving truck parked on the 
roadway blocking traffic.

Officers located the truck and spoke with 
the driver, Officers advised the driver to 
move the truck.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 



***********************************



lncident #: 20180540
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
HAWLEY AVE / CLEVELAND ST


Report of a green suv that has been parked 
at the above location all week. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the 
owner and she advised that she is in the 
process of getting the vehicle fixed this 
evening.


Ptl. Miller



**********************************



lncident #: 20180521
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
526 SOUTHEAST BLVD 

Complainant: KAYLA HOLENCHICK

Officers responded to the 1500 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a report of an upset 
person. Officers did check on the person 
who had since calmed down. The 
complainant was advised to call back if 
needed.


Ptl D Beeson



**************************************



lncident #: 20180522
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018


Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
E. 7th St. for a report of dogs at large. 
When officer arrived they were able to 
locate the owner of the dogs who stated 
that his dogs had gotten loose due to 
damage done to his,fence. He stated that 
he was aware that the dogs had gotten 
loose and is in the process of fixing the 
damaged fence to solve the problem.



Ptl. Connolly



*************************************



Incident #: 20180526
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
156 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: CALLER, ANOUNYMOUS

Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a motor vehicle accident 
with no injury. The driver advised his vehicle 
battery died and he attempted to back the 
vehicle into a parking lot but struck a light 
pole. 

The driver was issued a citation for 
improper backing and the vehicle was 
towed from the scene by Davidson's towing.


Cited: Dale R. Haynes
Address: 1374 S Lincoln Ave, Apt 2, Salem, 
Ohio 44460.
Charge: Improper Backing city ordinance 
331.13



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180527
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Accident Private Property
1995 E STATE ST A

Officer were dispatched to the 1900 block of 
E. State St. for a private property crash. 
When officers arrived on scene they spoke 
with the driver of Unit#l, who stated that she 
was backing out of her parking spot when 
her mirror struck the pillar next to her car. 
No citations were issued and the report 
number was given.


Ptl. Connolly



**************************************



Incident #: 20180529
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Assault
228 VINE AVE 

Complainant: CALLER, ANONYMOUS

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave for an assault. The complainant 
advised several subjects entered his 
residence and started striking him. He 
stated that an argument started over social 
media and the subjects left prior to officers 
arrival. The victim and a witness filled out 
written statements. While inside the 
residence officers could detect the odor of 
marijuana and the resident willingly handed 
over the paraphernalia and marijuana. 

He was issued a minor misdemeanor 
citation for the marijuana. Further 
contraband located in the home will be sent 
to BCI for testing and additional charges 
may be pending. 

Officers spoke with the other subjects 
involved and they stated that the resident 
had threatened them with a weapon and the 
physical altercation was mutual. The 
subjects advised that would fill out written 
statements about the incident. This matter 
is currently under investigation.

Cited: Zak Marley Zank
Address: 228 Vine St Apt. 15 Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180530
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop for an 
equipment violation in an alley way in the 
100 block of S Ellsworth Ave. Officer had 
K9 Argo respond to the scene to perform an 
open air sniff of the vehicle, Argo then 
subsequently did alert to the presence of 
narcotic odor coming from the vehicle. 

Officers performed a probable cause search 
of the vehicle where nothing of significance 
was located. 

Upon speaking to one of the occupants the 
male subject did admit to having marijuana 
on him and handed it over to officers. The 
male passenger of the vehicle was issued a 
minor misdemeanor citation for possession 
of marijuana with a mandatory court date of 
01/29/2018 at 0830 hours at CCMC.

The driver of the vehicle was given a verbal 
warning for two headlights required.

Cited: Miguel Juarez
Address: 509 Columbia Street, Salem, 
Ohio, 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (ORD 
513.C2)



Ptl C Walla



***********************************



Friday, January 26, 2018
07:41 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180518
Date. Thursday, January 25,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2388 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 2300 block of E 
State St for a motor vehicle accident with no 
injury reported. Unit #2, Robert Clark 
(Lisbon), was headed eastbound on E State 
St near Continental Drive and drove into the 
middle left turn lane. Unit #1 was headed 
eastbound on E State St behind Unit #l. 
Unit #3 was headed westbound on E State 
St. Unit #1, Clyde Ketchum (Salineville), 
looked away from the roadway and drifted 
into the left hand turn lane and side swiped 
Unit #2.
 
Unit #1 then continued into the westbound 
lane and the front driver side struck the rear 
driver side of Unit #3, Derek Shasteen 
(Salem). 

Photos were taken of the damage to all 
vehicles and they were able to be driven 
from the scene. The driver of Unit #1 was 
issued a citation for a marked lanes 
violation.


Cited: Clyde E. Ketchum
Address: 763 Salineville Rd W, Salineville, 
Ohio 43945
Charge: Failure to Drive in Marked Lanes 
city ordinance 331.08



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180519
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Fraud 
447 N UNION AVE

Complainant: JOSEPH CAPPUZZELLO

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about being the victim of a fraud. The 
complainant stated that someone unknown 
to him had taken out a loan in his name 
without his knowledge or permission. 

Officers provided the complainant with the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180520
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION

Oficer(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 had pumped $17.00 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



*********************************



Incident #: 20180513
Date: Wednesday, Januarv 24.2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
807 FRANKLIN AVE 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. 

Upon arrival, officer located the subject in 
question.

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


Arrested: Robert W. Callahan II
807 Franklin Ave.
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180514
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1200 E SIXTH ST A
SCHOOL 

Officer responded to the Salem High School 
for a juvenile problem. Several officers 
providing security at the basketball game 
advised several fans were becoming 
combative with one another and was 
worried about possible fights in the parking 
lot. 

Officer stood by until the parking lot was 
cleared.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180517
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Domestic In Progress
800 E PERSHING ST D

Officers responded to the 800 block of E 
Pershing St in regards to a domestic in 
progress. A third party caller advised that a 
male and female subject had been walking 
west bound in the 800 block of E Pershing 
arguing with one another. Officers arrived 
on scene and made contact with both 
parties who both advised that they were 
okay and that they only had a verbal 
argument. Officers cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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Thursday, January 25, 2018
09:11 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180506
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Child Unattended At Home
207 JENNINGS AVE A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a child unattended 
at home. 

Upon arrival, officer did locate the mother 
was at home and there was no problem.



Sgt. K. Toy



***********************************



Incident #: 20180507
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018 
Harassment
1135 E STATE ST

Complainant: HEATHER JONES

Complainant on station in reference to a 
report of harassment. The complainant 
advised she found pictures ofherself on 
Facebook that she wanted removed. Officer 
assited her with removing the pics.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180508
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Check Well Being
2059 MONROE ST 18

Officer(s) responded to the 2000 block of 
Monroe to check on the welfare of a city 
resident. On arrival officers were able to 
make contact with the person in question. 
The man stated that he was fine and that he 
did not need anything. 

Officers did advise the man to contact the 
family member who had called. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180509
Date: Wednesday, Januarv 24.2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1378 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported dispute. On 
arrival officers spoke with both of the 
persons involved. 

It was determined to be a verbal dispute 
between a tenant and the building manager. 

Officers advised both persons to stay away 
from each other and then cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180510
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Loud Music From MV
270 ROOSEVELT AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer of a Red suv 
that drives in the area of E. Third St. and 
Roosevelt Ave. with loud music that 
constantly wakes him up.

Officers will patrol the area.



Ptl. J.Brooks



**********************************



lncident #: 20180511
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
2561 LEXINGTON AVE 48

Complainant: FRANK MARTIN

Officer responded to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Ave. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that his 
juvenile son was threatened while on the 
school bus. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180512
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE 

Complainant advised that a silver Chevy 
Impala departed the area without rendering 
payment for $20.01 worth of fuel from pump 
#12. The vehicle was last seen traveling 
eastbound.



Sgt. K. Toy



***********************************



Incident #: 20180505
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Check Well Being
2059 MONROE ST 18

Complainant: KATHLEEN BAYLIN,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408 

Officers responded to 2059 Monroe St. 
Apt.#I 8 to speak with the female 
complainant in reference to checking the 
well being of her son. 

Upon arrival, officers were met by the 
complainant outside who was concerned for 
her 65 year old son's health. She states that 
she wants him to go to the hospital because 
of his history of seizures and consuming 
alcohol all the time. 

Officers explained to the complainant that 
we could not force her son to go to the 
hospital but that I would speak with him. 
Officer did speak with her son for several 
minutes and he refused to go the hospital 
while officer was present, but did state that 
he would go to the hospital on his own after 
he cleans up a little bit. Officers cleared.




Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180504
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
900 BLOCK OF E FOURTH ST

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle parked 
on the roadway in the 900 block of E Fourth 
St that had it's head lights on for over an 
hour. 

Officer checked the vehicle and found it to 
be unoccupied. The vehicle was found to be 
off, but it's doors were unlocked. Officer 
turned the headlights off and secured the 
vehicle. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180502
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
615 S LINCOLN AVE 2

Officers arrested 19 year old Darian M. 
Libert at 615 S. Lincoln Ave. Apt.#2 on an 
active warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriffs Dept. for failure to appear 
on a driving under suspension charge. Mr. 
Libert was transported to the Salem Police 
Dept. for processing and later released to 
Dep. Coleman of the CCSO and 
transported to the County Jail. Officers 
cleared.


Arrestee:
Darian M. Libert
61 5 S. Lincoln Ave. Apt.#2
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: CCSO Warrant - Failure to Appear



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180501
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Suspicious Person lAddress 0 I000 BLOCK 
OF


Complainant: NICOLE LEE

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Hawley Ave and Cleveland St in reference 
to a suspicious person.

Complainant advised of a male, wearing a 
dark hooded sweatshirt, who was running 
up and down Hawley Ave and dancing in 
the parking lot of the Stark Memorial 
Funeral Home. 

Prior to officers arrival, complainant advised 
that a female was now with the male and 
they were walking down Cleveland St. 
Officers made contact with the subjects in 
the 1000 block of Cleveland St and advised 
them of the complaint. The male advised 
that he was just running in the area and 
getting some fresh air. 

The female was found to be a juvenile, and 
although no curfew violation was being 
broken, officers made sure she got home 
safely. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180498
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
438 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Broadway Ave to serve an arrest warrant on 
a male subject who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Office. Officers made contact with a 
male individual, but due to a language 
barrier a translator was contacted and 
responded to the scene. 

With the help of a translator, the subject 
was located inside the residence and 
subsequently taken into custody. The male 
was transported to the police department 
for processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Miguel Lorenzo DOB 02/05/1991
438 S Broadway Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Failure to Appear-
OVI/Failure to Control



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180496
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Public Assist


Complainant: COURTNEY WATERS

Officer was flagged down in the parking lot 
of the police department by the complainant 
requesting officer's assistance. Complainant 
advised that her little sister had accidentally 
put their mother's water department 
payment into the blue medication bin 
located in the rear lobby of the police 
department. 

Officer advised that a note would be left for 
the DTF officer who has access to the bin. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Wednesday, January 24, 2018
09:17 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180487
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SHARP AVE / PROSPECT ST


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1 : 2005 Pontiac 4s G-6 Maroon in 
color
Owner: Marjorie Cross 1653 S. Lincoln 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Makenzi Wilkes 413 S. Lincoln 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2007 Chevrolet 4s Impala Grey in 
color
Owner: William Dotson 391 Sharp St 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Olivia Dotson 391 Sharp St 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was west bound on Prospect St. 
Unit #2 was coming out of the alley 
way/drive heading south attempting to turn 
left to head east on Prospect not seeing 
Unit #1 coming. Unit #1 struck the left side 
front quarter, drivers side door and wheel of 
Unit #2 with it's front.

No injuries reported at time of crash.

No Unit (s) towed.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180485
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Injured / Sick Animal
780 W EUCLID ST

Complainant: BARRY THOMPSON

Police responded to the 700 block of W. 
Euclid St for an injured deer. Police 
observed that the deer was unable to move 
and appeared sick. 

Police then put the deer down. Davidsons 
was then contacted to remove the deer.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180486
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Forgery
1378 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: CINDY MITCHELL

Report of forgery at the above location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
someone had taken a check from a 
residents mailbox and forged a signature 
and cashed the check.
 
The check was made out to the apartment 
complex for rent ($630) for a resident by 
Columbiana County Mental Health Center. 
Unknown where the check was cashed. All 
information was gathered for the 
investigation.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180488
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Accident Private Property
1136 E. State St

UNIT # 1  Owner BARBARA WEIKART-
KUDER 

UNIT # 2  Owner RONALD LAUGHLIN 


Two Vehicle Private Property Accident. 
Local Report Only.

Unit # 2 backed out of a parking space in 
the parking lot at 11 36 E. State St. Unit # 2 
backed in a southeast direction and 
stopped to pull forward and exit the lot. Unit 
# 1 began to back out of a parking space 
before Unit # 2 was clear. Unit # 1 backed 
into the right rear quarter panel of Unit # 2 
with Unit # 1's back bumper. Photos taken


Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20180489
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Fraud

Complainant: PATRICIA CARL

Officer made contact with the victim on 
station in reference to a forgery complaint. 
Victim advised that an unknown subject had 
stolen a check out her mailbox , which she 
had placed in there to pay her dog license. 
She states that the unknown subject 
changed the dollar amount on the check 
and then cashed it. 

Information was gathered and the matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20180490
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Animal Complaint
1911 SHADY LN

Report of a dog at large and continuously 
barking at the above noted location. Officer 
responded and observed two dogs in the 
yard. They stayed in their yard with an 
electric fence, therefore they would not be 
considered loose. 

The owner was contacted via public service 
at his place of employment and he was 
advised of the complaint.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180491
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Theft


Complainant: LINDA MOTHERWELL

Complainant on station reference a theft 
from her residence. Complainant advised 
that this morning she found out that last 
night that a known male subject that was at 
her house had taken 13 oxycodone pills 
from her prescription that she had refilled 
on the 11th. She did get seven of the pills 
back but he advised that he took the other 
7. All information was gathered and she 
was given the report number for her Dr. 
Office.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20180493
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Criminal Trespassing

Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

Complainant on station to advise that she 
wanted a female subject to stop coming to 
her business. The complainant was advised 
of her options in dealing with this matter 
and if there was a problem to contact this 
department.




Ptl Miller



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incident #: 20180475
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Reckless Operator
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: RITA

Officers were dispatched to the 2800 block 
of E State St in reference to a reckless 
operator. Complainant advised that she was 
following behind a red Ford suv and were 
coming into the city west bound on SR 14 
and the vehicle was all over the roadway. 

Prior to officers arrival, complainant advised 
that the vehicle pulled into the Walmart 
parking lot. Officer located the vehicle 
parked in a handicapped parking space in 
the parking lot with the operator already 
inside. Officer waited for the operator for 
several minutes, but nobody returned to the 
vehicle. Officer cleared.


Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20180476
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Domestic In Progress
156 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: MICHAEL CLARK

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
N Madison Ave in regards to a domestic in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officer attempted contact at 
the residence, but there was no answer. 
Complainant advised that the couple who 
reside at the residence had just gotten into 
a vehicle and left prior to officer's arrival. 

No vehicle description nor direction of travel 
were provided by the complainant. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochra



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Incident #: 20180477
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Dog At Large
914 PROSPECT ST


Officers responded to 914 Prospect St. for a 
report of a loose dog. 

Upon arrival, officers observed the dog, a 
brown/white pit bull/boxer mix in the 
entrance to Kelly Park on Prospect St. The 
dog did not have a collar on.

The City Humane Officer was notified to 
respond to take control of the dog, however 
prior to the Humane officers arrival the 
owner of the dog whom resides several 
doors down showed up on scene. The 
owner was able to take control of her dog 
and secure it. The owner was identified and 
it was determined through the owners 
admission they have been warned before 
for the same dog running at large. 

The owner was requested to go to her 
residence, secure her dog and get the 
updated dog tags and respond to the police 
dept. so a citation could be issued. 

Once Ms. Phillips arrived on station she did 
produce current 2018 dog tags for her dog. 
She was issued a MM citation under the 
dogs running at large ordinance 
(ORD505.01c). She was given a court date 
of Friday January 26th, 2018 at 08:30a.m. 
in the Columbiana County Municipal Court.


CITED:
Sonya M. Phillips
992 Prospect St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Dog at Large



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180478
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
226 VINE AVE

Officers responded to 226 Vine. Ave. Apt.#2 
to attempt an arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. on a 
male subject. 

Upon arrival, officers attempted and had 
negative contact at the door. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180479
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: KILEY STEED

Officers responded to the Salem Walmart 
located at 2875 E. State St. for a report of 
an assault called in by the 
complainant/victim, Kiley B. Steed. The 
complainant reported the female suspect 
and a male with her left the scene in a black 
Dodge car and provided a license plate for 
the vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant whom advised she was struck 
on the back side of her head once or twice 
by an unknown female.

The complainant denied medical treatment 
but stated she had a headache. Information 
was gathered from the complainant as well 
as several other people with her. Officers 
also spoke with an employee of Walmart as 
well as two patrons who either witnessed or 
partially witnessed the incident. 
Investigation is pending. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180480
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Check Well Being
CONTINENTAL / BENTLEY 49

Complainant: DEBRA CRESANTO

Officer was dispatched to the Laurel Court 
apartment complex to check the well being 
of two subjects.

Complainant advised dispatch that the male 
subject had made statements threatening 
suicide a few hours prior and she would like 
officers to check on him and his mother. 
Officer responded and made contact with 
the female who advised that everything was 
okay and nothing was needed. She advised 
that the male, her son, was sleeping. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 91



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Incident #: 20180481
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERM ARKET

Complainant: AMBER MORRIS

Officers met with a female complainant / 
victim at 2875 E. State Street (WaLMart), 
while on another incident report, who 
advised her vehicle was damaged in the 
parking lot. The complainant advised that 
her car was scratched or someone keyed it. 

Officer observed and photographed a deep 
scratch on the left side passenger door. The 
complainant advised that the damage was 
not there when she parked in the lot earlier. 
Officer advised a report would be 
completed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180482
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Suspicious Activity
1163 E THIRD ST 

Officers were dispatched to the 11 00 block 
of E. Third Street for a report of noises 
heard at a residence where no one was 
home. Officers responded and found that 
the noise was caused by a screen door due 
to wind. The residence was secure.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180483
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
1851 CLEVELAND ST 

Officers responded to the 1800 block of 
Cleveland Street in regards to a follow up 
from an incident that occurred on a previous 
date. While attempting to make contact with 
the residence at the property officers 
discovered an open door. Officers tried to 
make contact with the homeowner with 
negative results. 

Officers then secured the door that was 
found ajar and then cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Tuesday, January 23, 2018
08:44 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180473
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Dog at Large
491 REILLY AVE

Complainant: LILLIANA COLON,  NORTH 
LIMA, OH 44452 

Police responded to the area of Reilly 
Stadium for a dog in the roadway. The 
complainant advised that two female 
juveniles were in the roadway trying to 
catch the dog. Police searched the area 
and were unable to locate.



Ptl. Osberg



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Incident #:20180468
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
W STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH

Complainant: SFD, 260 S ELLSWORTH 
AVE SALEM

Police responded to the intersection of W. 
State St and N. Ellsworth Ave for a disabled 
vehicle. 

Police stood by until Sinsleys arrived. The 
vehicle was removed and the driver and 
passenger were transported.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180464
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Menacing / Threats
1265 CEDAR RIDGE DR A

Complainant: HERY SALAMANCA

Complainant on station with a male subject 
reference being harassed. Complainant 
advised that two subjects had showed up at 
the male subjects/victims residence last 
night, they were harassing him and 
threatening him.

He advised that when he left a friend told 
him that one of the subjects had a gun. All 
information was gathered for the 
investigation and the male subject/victim 
was advised to contact this department if 
the subjects came back to his residence.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180445
Date. Sunday, January 21,2018
Assault
807 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: PATSY DANISKA,  CANTON, 
OH 44721

Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of an assault that 
occurred in the 800 block of Franklin Ave. 
The complainant advised that her boyfriend 
had struck her several times inside his 
residence. She stated that she was able to 
gather all of her belongings and leave the 
residence. 

She willingly wrote a written statement and 
advised she wanted to pursue charges. 
This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180446
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Ambulance Needed
760 W WILSON ST


Officer's assisted Salem FD and EMT with a 
medical problem in the 700 blk of W. 
Wilson. The subject was transported to 
SRMC for additional medical treatment. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Incident #: 20180447
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1329 RIDGEWOOD DR


Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Ridgewood for a reported domestic dispute. 

On arrival officers spoke with one of the 
persons involved. It was determined that a 
husband and wife had been involved in a 
verbal dispute that had turned physical. The 
wife stated that her husband had left the 
residence prior to officers arriving on scene. 

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
South Madison and placed Josh T Hall in 
custody without incident for domestic 
violence. Hall was transported to the station 
were he was processed and then taken to 
the county jail. Officers cleared.


Arrested / Josh T Hall 
Charge / Domestic Violence



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180448
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Suspicious Person 
1007 E FOURTH ST

Officer were dispatched the 1000 block of 
E. Fourth St. For a suspicious persons 
report. When officers arrived they meet with 
the subject at the rear of the house. The 
subject stated that he was waiting on his 
mail to arrive.

The subject stated that he had permission 
to be on the property via his mother.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180449
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Juvenile  Problem
1270 CEDAR RIDGE DR D

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr in regards to an unruly 
juvenile. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with juvenile in 
question along with parent of the juvenile 
who was also the complainant. Officers 
then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180450
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Stolen Vehicle
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: EYDIE DEVINE

On 1/21/2018 officers responded to Salem 
PD in regards to a stolen vehicle report. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant and gathered information 
necessary to conduct an investigation. 
Once officers had the complainants vehicle 
information along with hers officers cleared 
without incident. The vehicle was entered 
into LEADS as stolen, and an investigation 
will be pending.

1/22/18 , recovered by CCSO, cleared from 
LEADS.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180451
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
763 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: SARAH NELSON

Officer were dispatched to the 700 block of 
New Garden for a Domestic Dispute. When 
officers arrived they made contact with the 
complainant who stated that she had gotten 
into an argument with her son about her 
granddaughter. The complainant stated that 
the other party involved had already left the 
scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180452
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Loud Music From MV
270 ROOSEVELT AVE

Complainant: ANNONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Roosevelt Ave in regards to a loud music 
complaint. 

Upon arrival at the complaint's address they 
advised that a red in color SUV has been 
driving around the area with music blaring 
out of it while driving up and down the road 
at a high rate of speed. Officers then 
gathered information from the complainant 
and then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180453
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY 

Officers responded to Smith Oil in regards 
to a drive off. Officers gathered the 
information from staff there and provided 
information on the vehicle. The subject in 
question left with $20.01 in gas and a 
description of the vehicle was provided. 
Staff could not however provide a 
registration for the vehicle.


-Ptl. D Miller


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lncident #: 20180455
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: DEANNA RUDY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that an 
unknown male sent inappropriate 
messages to her juvenile daughter on snap 
chat. 

Officer advised the complainant to have her 
daughter block the male and not to respond 
to him any further.



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20180456
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
120 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: AYLA MROCZKOWSKI

Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a suspicious 
vehicles report. The complainant advised 
that two vehicles had been sitting in the 
parking lot for an extended period of time 
and was making them nervous. 

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the vehicles who advised that they 
were just sitting in the parking lot eating, the 
subjects then left the parking lot. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl Walla



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Incident #: 20180457
Date Monday, January 22,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
413 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: JONATHAN SUDIA

Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a criminal damaging report. 
The complainant advised a friend was at his 
residence when he was not home and had 
broken several items inside the home as 
well as caused damage to windows and 
walls. Officers attempted to make contact 
with the male juvenile but was unable 
contact him. 

This matter is currently under investigation.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180458
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
228 VINE AVE 16

Complainant: MARY DAILEY

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave in regards to a Breaking and Entering 
in progress. Officers arrived on scene and 
spoke to the complainant who advised that 
an old tenant of the residence had broken 
into an apartment to gather personal 
belongings. 

Officers then went to the apartment and 
found an open door to the apartment, 
officers proceeded to check the inside of 
the residence but no one was found. It was 
found that this issue was a civil issue due to 
the fact that the tenant was not properly 
evicted.



Ptl Walla 


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Incident #: 20180460
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Ambulance Needed
411 JENNINGS AVE

Officer responded to the above location with 
Salem Fire first responders with the F. D. 
having to spread the door to gain entry. 
KLG ambulance arrived.

The female inside needed transported to 
the hospital for a medical condition.

Nothing further needed.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180462
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
CEDAR RIDGE DR / SOUTHEAST

Officers along with Salem FD responded to 
the above location for a report of a 
transformer sparking. 

While on scene two male subjects 
approached and stated they were doing 
some digging and hit an unmarked power 
line and could have caused the sparking. 
Ohio Edison was notified.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180463
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Child Custody Dispute
456 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: TINA GREEN

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant who advised 
that,  Sunday 01-21-18 she had the Goshen 
Police Dept at her residence reference her 
10 year old grand daughter who she has 
custody of.

It came down to the grand mother (legal 
guardian) of the child had the mother come 
and pick her up so she could spend the 
night.

This morning the mother was to bring her 
back to Goshen to the grand mother so she 
could attend school.

The mother failed to bring the child back 
from Salem and now the grand mother 
wanted her back.

The mother was not at home with the child 
but supposedly at a local business visiting a 
friend on their break as she does every 
work day of her friend.

No one was at the residence and the grand 
mother/complainant advised she would 
wait.

Officer(s) went to the local business to try 
and find the daughter and grand daughter. 
Officer(s) could not locate the black vehicle 
they were supposed to be in.

Approximately 10 minutes later officer(s) 
were called back to the daughters 
residence on E. 5th St where she had come 
home and the grand mother was still there.

After a short discussion the daughter/grand 
daughter went to go back to Goshen with 
the grand mother legal guardian.

The mother at the residence advised it was 
only a temporary custody from 2011 but it 
had not been changed.

Officer tried to explain to the mother on 
what she needed to do or try to get the 
custody back through the proper court 
channels. She advised she understood.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180465
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
DIS- Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
417 E SEVENTH ST 1/2

Officers responded to the above location for 
a verbal dispute between an evicted tenant 
and the landlord.

Officers spoke with the female subject who 
just wanted to move her vehicles off the 
property and the landlord wouldn't let her 
out of the driveway, the landlord wanted 
them towed. 

Officers spoke with the landlord who agreed 
to let the female subject move the vehicles 
off the property without being towed.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180466
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment

Complainant: TYLER BUCKUS

Officer made contact with the complainant 
on station in reference to phone 
harassment. Complainant advised that the 
subject, who she used to work with, has 
been harassing her via the phone and 
social media.

Complainant advise that she has since 
blocked her from all social media and 
phone and wished the incident be 
documented. Officer attempted to make 
contact with the subject but had negative 
contact.



Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20180467
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
483 E EUCLID ST

Complainant: NICK GRANDE

Officers responded to the above location for 
an hiuskip accident. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated their vehicle was 
parked legally on side of the roadway and 
sometime early this morning someone 
struck the vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Monday, January 22, 2018
08:15 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180445
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Assault
807 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: PATSY DANISKA,  NE 
CANTON, OH 

Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of an assault that 
occurred in the 800 block of Franklin Ave. 
The complainant advised that her boyfriend 
had struck her several times inside his 
residence. She stated that she was able to 
gather all of her belongings and leave the 
residence. 

She willingly wrote a written statement and 
advised she wanted to pursue charges. 
This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180444
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD


Complainant: OSP, LISBON


Officers responded to the 200 block of N 
Cunningham Road in regards to a warrant 
check. Ohio State Highway Patrol Post 15 
had advised that they had been with a male 
subject who had an active warrant and they 
wanted Salem Police Department to assist. 
Officers arrived on scene and found that the 
male subject had fled on foot.

Officers attempted to track the subject but 
were unable to locate. Officer cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180443
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to assist Ohio State Patrol with 
an arrest. Officer stood by with the Trooper 
while he conducted his investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180442
Date: Sunday, January 24,2018
Intoxicated Driver
780 W STATE ST

Officer responded to the 700 block of W 
State St for a report of a possible 
intoxicated driver. An officer in a 
neighboring jurisdiction was flagged down 
by a complainant advising of such. Officer 
did check the location but no vehicle s 
matching the description were located.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180441
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Assist Other Agency
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist OSP with a search of a vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while a search 
was conducted. Contraband was located 
during the search.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180441
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Assist Other Agency
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD

Complainant: OSP, LISBON

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist OSP with a search of a vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while a search 
was conducted. Contraband was located 
during the search.


Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180440
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Check Well Being
2059 MONROE ST 18

Complainant: ANOYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 2000 block of 
Monroe St for a well being check. The 
complainant advised that she had not heard 
from her son in several days and he has 
some medical issues. 

Officers made contact with the male subject 
who advised her was ok and was going to 
contact his mother.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180439
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: WALMART

Officer responded to Walmart for a report of 
a shop lifter. Walmart Asset Protection 
advised officer that a female subject 
attempted to leave the store without paying 
for merchandise. Officer did watch security 
footage of the theft. The female subject was 
arrested.


Arrested: Kristen M. Mango
Address: / 13 Pine St Leetonia, OH 44431
Offense: Theft ORC 2913.02A2


Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20180438
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Theft 
541 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: MICHELE MONTGOMERY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised that the male subject 
had recently broke up with her daughter 
and had taken several items from the home. 
The daughter stated that she was 
attempting to get the items tomorrow from 
the male suspect. 

The complainant was advised that more 
information was needed about the items. 
This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Sunday, January 21, 2018
10:18 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180432
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
S HOWARD AVE / W STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

UNIT# 1 Driver: Emily L. Cluen, SALEM OH

UNIT# 2 Driver: MATHEW WARREN, 
SALEM OH


Officers responded to the intersection of W. 
State St. and Howard Ave. for a motor 
vehicle accident with no injuries reported. 
Unit # 1 went through the red light causing 
Unit # 2 to strike them. Unit # 1 had the 
airbags deploy and had a small child inside 
the vehicle. 

FD and KLG were dispatched. All subjects 
signed a refusual of treatment. 

Unit # 2 was towed from scene by Sinsley. 
The driver of Unit # 1 was cited.


Cited: Emily L. Cluen
Offense: Disobey A Traffic Control Device



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180416
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
910 BROOKLYN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Unit #1 Driver/Owner ELIZABETH 
SCHUSTER, SALEM, OH

Unit #2 Driver/Owner JEFFREY 
HAMILTON, MONROEVILLE, PA



Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
Brooklyn Ave for a two car crash. It was 
found out the Unit 1 was pulling out of a 
driveway traveling Northbound onto the 
roadway. Unit #2 was backing out of a 
driveway traveling westbound when Unit #2 
struck Unit #1. 

The driver of Unit#2 was cited for Improper 
Backing. 

Unit#l was towed from the scene by 
Sinsleys.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180418
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2823 E STATE ST
DUNKIN DONUTS (EAST)


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Unit # 1, 2004 CHRY PT Cruise BLK.  
Driver/Owner GARY KNAPP , SALEM, OH

Unit # 2 , 1994 CHEV Silverado TEA,  
Driver/Owner LUKE EVERT , SALEM, OH


Officer responded to the intersection of E. 
State. St. and Cunningham Ave. for a motor 
vehicle accident. Unit # 1 failed to yield to 
Unit # 2, causing Unit # 2 to strike them. 

Photos were taken. The driver of Unit # 1 
was cited. 


Cited: Gary A Knapp
Offense: Right Of Way Intersection ORC 
4511.41A



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180414
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Accident With Injury
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 900 block of East 
State St for a reported three vehicle 
accident with injuries. All units involved had 
been traveling east in the 900 block of East 
State St when units # 2 and # 3 stopped for 
traffic. 

The driver of unit # 1 did not stop for traffic 
and struck unit # 2 from behind. This action 
then caused unit # 2 to strike unit # 3 from 
behind. 

First Responders arrived on scene and all 
involved refused treatment. Both units # 1 
and # 2 were towed from the scene. 

The driver of unit # 1 was cited for A.C.D.A. 
and O.V.I.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Charles D Bosel Jr
vehicle / 2002 Ford

Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Bonita Dunlap
vehicle / 2006 Chevy

Unit # 3 / owner / driver / Hollus Oleman
vehicle / 2006 Chevy



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180429
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Natural Death
725 E FIFTH ST 25


Officer was called to a natural death report 
on E. Fifth St. 

Upon arrival Officer spoke with a tenant and 
the Salem FD who were on scene. Matter 
was determined to be a natural death with 
nothing suspicious found.

Coroner and personal doctor were 
contacted per request of EMT ambulance 
and coroner's office per protocol.

Salem FD and EMT did later transport to 
the deceased to Stark Funeral Home in 
Salem. Other family members had been 
notified by the other tenant/resident and or 
family that responded to the scene. 


Ptl.Banar901



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Incident #: 20180430
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST 

Complainant: SMITH OIL

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the clerk on 
duty who stated a unknown person had 
pumped $34.00 in gas into a truck and then 
left the area without rendering payment. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180433
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Reckless Operator
N HOWARD AVE / W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer checked for a reckless operator in a 
yellow truck. Truck was westbound in the 
downtown area on State St. 

Officer checked for the truck but it 
apparently made it out of the city without 
further incidents. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180437
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Theft
1680 S LINCOLN AVE


Store reported that three vending machines 
for soda pop were broken into that sit in 
front of the store. All three were entered by 
either key or removing a padlock and key. 
Money was missing from each along with a 
large amount of soda. 

An extra watch was requested and store 
management are reviewing camaraslvideo. 

Under investigation. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180403
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Assist Perry Police
441 BENTON RD

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP, POLICE

Officers were requested to assist Perry Twp 
with a male threatening suicide with a knife 
in a home on Benton Rd.

Upon arrival officer stood by while the 
situation was taken care of. At time of this 
call the caller had reported this however 
neither the male or female there was 
threatening to harm themselves. There was 
a verbal dispute but the female left on foot 
and the male left with a ride from his mother 
in a Cruze. 

Officer on scene advised them arrests were 
probable if the matter escalated again and 
both seemed to understand. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20180404
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Suspicious Person
408 WOODLAND AVE

Officers looked for a person wearing a 
hoody and no socks or shoes. The person 
was on the porch of 408 Woodland but 
gone when officers arrived. 

Officers looked for her but were unable to 
find her. Temperature was only around 20 
degrees F with much snow on the ground. 


Banat901



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Incident #: 20180405
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
961 W WILSON ST B


Complainant: CHERI BURKE

Complainant on station to report criminal 
damage to her vehicle. Complainant stated 
her vehicle was parked behind her 
residence and her drivers side mirror 
sustained damage. The complainant was 
unsure how or when the damage occurred.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180406
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: JAMES SHEARER

Complainant on station to speak to an 
officer in regards to his vehicle being stolen. 
The complainant was advised to contact 
CCSO since the vehicle was stolen from his 
residence which was in Columbiana County 
jurisdiction.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180409
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Runaway / Missing
142 OHIO AVE

Officers assisted a mother of a three yr old 
locate her after she became missing. The 
girl was found inside a closet in a pile of 
clothes unharmed. 

Officers cleared without further incident. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20180410
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Suspicious Activity
273 W FOURTEENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 200 block of West 
14th St for a report of a suspicious person. 

On arrival officers located the person in 
question and identified her. The female was 
found to have a active warrant for her arrest 
out of Alliance P.D. 

Officers placed Kathryn Sims in custody 
without incident. Sims was turned over to a 
officer from Alliance P.D. Officers cleared.


Arrested / Kathryn A Sims 
Charge / Warrant (Contempt of Court / 
Possession of drugs)



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180411
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Debris In Roadway
935 SOUTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

A report of excessive snow put onto the 
road in 900 bk of South Ave. Officer arrived 
to find a man near 935 who admitted 
shoveling the snow into the street from 
around his vehicles and stated it would just 
melt. 

He was advised the street dept works to 
clear the roads and it was too much snow to 
leave there. He advised officer he would 
move it to the curb lawn or yard. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180413
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
551 S MADISON AVE 

Complainant: CLINT CAIN


2003 HYUN SW , Owner CLINT CAIN 


Officer responded to the 500 block of S. 
Madison Ave. to take a report of a hit skip. 
The complainant advised officer that a small 
black hatch back car delivered something to 
his neighbors earlier in the day and backed 
into his car as they were leaving. 

Photos were taken. The matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180419
Date: Fridav. Januarv 19.2018
Suspicious Person
442 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: THERESA SEVEK

Officer were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Woodland Ave. for a suspicious person 
inside a residence. The complainant 
advised that she had observed someone 
enter an abandoned residence. 

Officers did check the residence and did 
locate a female inside. The female had no 
reason to be in the home and did not know 
the owner of the property. The female was 
taken into custody for Criminal Trespass 
and was later taken to the Columbiana 
County Jail.



ARA: Tricia Watson
962 Jones Dr.
Salem OH, 44460
Charges: Criminal Trespassing M-4



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180421
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Theft
629 E PERRY ST

Complainant: STACEY MOORE

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a theft report over the 
phone. The complainant advised that he 
was watching his neighbors house in the 
600 block of E Perry St and noticed an item 
missing from the porch. The owner wanted 
a report on file and was unsure of who may 
have taken the item.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180422
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Assault
965 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Officers responded to the 900 block of S 
Lundy Ave for a report of an assault. The 
complainant advised he had gotten into a 
physical altercation with a roommate who 
was moving out of the residence. 

The male subject had left the residence 
prior to officers arrival. The complainant did 
not have an physical injuries and refused 
medical treatment. The complainant did 
wish to pursue charges and wanted the 
male subject criminally trespassed. 

The male subject was advised that he was 
not permitted to return to the residence. The 
male subject stated that the complainant 
had started the altercation when he was 
trying to leave. The incident is currently 
under investigation.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180424
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
572 FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: EMILIE LAVOGUE,  
LEETONIA, OH 

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave for an unruly juvenile. The 
complainant advised that her daughter was 
hitting the screens off the new windows 
inside the residence. 

Officers spoke with the juvenile and advised 
the complainant how to file unruly charges.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180426
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Check Well Being
1125 ESTATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ERIKA LOPEZ

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E 
State St in regards to a well being check. 
The female complainant advised that the 
male subject had walked into the business 
and seemed extremely confused and 
disoriented.

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the male subject who had been an 
elderly male who was extremely confused. 
Officers had Salem FD and KLG 
Ambulance respond to the scene to 
evaluate the male subject. The male subject 
was then voluntarily transported to the 
Salem ER by KLG. 

Due to previous incidents with this male his 
wife was able to be contacted and was 
advised of the situation.


Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180427
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Loud Persons
1335 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Cleveland St for a loud persons complaint. 
The subjects stated that they were working 
on the vehicles. Officers advised them due 
to the time of night to stop for the evening 
and go inside. Several minutes later officers 
were called back out to the same residence 
for loud music coming from the motor 
vehicles. 

Both subjects were given noise complaint 
warnings and advised they would be issued 
citations if officers were called back to the 
residence.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Saturday, January 20, 2018
08:25 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180392
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SALEM CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Complainant: JULIE MOORE


Complainant on station to report a traffic 
accident that had occurred on December 
30, 2017. Complainant advised that she 
was stopped at the stop sign, in the west 
bound lane, at the intersection of W 
Pershing St and S Broadway Ave. She 
stated that the other vehicle was stopped at 
the stop sign, in the south bound lane of S 
Broadway Ave, at the intersection. 
Complainant advised that she proceeded 
through the intersection and the other 
vehicle had struck her vehicle in the rear 
passenger quarter panel. Complainant's 
vehicle sustained minor damage to the rear 
quarter panel and rim. 

Complainant advised that during the initial 
incident, she and the owner of the other 
vehicle had decided not to make a police 
report and he stated that he would take 
care of the damage. However, she advised 
she has not been able to get in contact him. 

Officer advised that a report would be on 
file. No information on the other vehicle was 
available.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180402
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Ambulance Needed
1539 S LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: KLG, KLG 1516 S LINCOLN 
AVE B

Officer responded to the above location for 
a medical incident with an unknown 
problem. It was determined that the patient 
most likely had a fever. She was 
transported to the hospital by KLG.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180401
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Littering / Dumping


Officers were dispatched to the area of N. 
Howard Avenue and W. Fourth Street for an 
intoxicated male who was falling down and 
dropping beer cans all over the roadway. 
Officers responded and observed 
approximately 50-60 empty beer cans in the 
intersection. 

Officers made contact with a male subject 
inside an apartment in the 100 block of W. 
Fourth Street who was found to be 
intoxicated and advised he was taking the 
cans home from a bar and dropped them all 
over the road. 

A female subject at the residence stated 
she did not want the male at her apartment 
and a taxi cab was contacted due to the 
male being too intoxicated to walk. The 
subject was taken to a friends house in the 
500 block of Walnut Street and officers 
cleared the cans from the roadway. 

Photographs of the cans were obtained and 
the male was cited with littering.


Cited: James E. Burkholder 938 Prospect 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 
Littering MM

( The listed offense states littering from a 
motor vehicle because general Littering was 
not an option when selecting an offense)



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180400
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
2170 MONROE ST 71

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 2100 block 
of Monroe Street for a report of a female 
crying inside of an apartment. Officers 
responded and heard a male and female 
subject inside the apartment in question. 
Contact was attempted at the door, but the 
subjects would not answer the door. The 
subjects remained quiet after knocking and 
no signs of physical violence were heard.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180399
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
218 E SIXTH ST

Report of loud music coming from the 
above location. Officer made contact with 
the subject who resides there and advised 
her of the complaint. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180398
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Person To Be Removed
965 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: 

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
S Lundy Ave in reference to a person to be 
removed complaint.

Complainant advised that he no longer 
wanted the subject at the residence, due to 
the subject not paying him rent. The subject 
lives in a separate apartment that is 
attached to the main residence in which the 
complainant resides. 

Officers explained to the tenant/land lord 
the laws of the State of Ohio to the 
complainant, which resulted in the 
complainant starting to experience anxiety. 
Complainant made several threats of 
committing suicide and ran towards the 
kitchen to obtain a knife. The complainant 
was detained for his safety and the Salem 
Fire Department First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance were requested to the scene. 

The complainant was subsequently 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center for treatment. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180397
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Ambulance Needed
1266 CEDAR RIDGE DR

Officer responded along with the Salem Fire 
Dept. first responders and EMT Ambulance 
to 1266 Cedar Ridge Dr. for a medical. 

Upon arrival, fire dept. personnel tended to 
the female subject. Upon investigation it 
was found the female possibly overdosed 
and fire dept. personnel administered 
Naloxone to the female subject whom was 
ultimately transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center. Officer did follow 
EMT Ambulance to the hospital and 
conducted a follow up investigation. Officer 
later cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith 



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Incident #: 20180396
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Harassment 

Complainant: CASSANDRA TOMLIN

Officer met with a female complainant on 
station who advised that she is being 
harassed by an ex-boyfriend and he is 
threatening to destroy her property. The 
complainant advised that she moved out of 
her boyfriends house in the 800 block of 
Newgarden Avenue a few weeks ago and 
she still has property at the residence. 

She further advised that her ex-boyfriend is 
threatening to burn her property. Officer 
made contact with the ex-boyfriend who 
advised he did say that about her property 
because he was upset, but he was not 
going to damage her property.

He was advised if he did damage the 
property he could be held responsible. He 
advised he would like her to get her 
property out of his house and only contact 
him when she is ready to get the property. 
Officer advised the complainant to make 
arrangements with her ex-boyfriend to get 
her property and also only talk to him about 
when she is getting the property.

A short time later the complainants ex-
boyfriend called and stated that the 
complainant is sending him messages now 
that have nothing to do with getting her 
property. Officer contacted the complainant 
back and advised her again not to have any 
contact with her ex-boyfriend unless it had 
to do with getting her property.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180394
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Loud Music From MV
ROOSEVELT AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Anonymous caller reported a red SUV 
playing excessively loud music that was last 
observed traveling westbound from 
Roosevelt On E Third St. Caller advised 
that the vehicle frequently travels through 
the area with loud music playing. Officer 
was already on E Third St coming from N 
Lincoln Ave and proceeded eastbound 
along E Third. Officer did not pass any red 
colored vehicles and did not observe any in 
the immediate area of the complaint. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180393
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
W PERSHING ST / S ELLSWORTH 

Complainant: FD DEPT, SALEM

Officers were dispatched to the area of W. 
Pershing Street and S. Ellsworth Avenue for 
a report of a juvenile approximately six 
years old running through the intersection. 
Officers responded to the area, but no 
juveniles were located in the area.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Friday, January 19, 2018
08:32 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180391
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Person To Be Removed
633 CHERRY ST

Complainant: KYLIE CROWL


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Cherry St in reference to a person to be 
removed report. Complainant advised that 
the subject was inside the residence and 
was no longer welcome there. She also 
advised that the subject had a hypodermic 
needle. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
subject who was searched, via consent, 
and nothing illegal was found to be on his 
person. The subject was advised to leave 
the residence and advised that if he returns, 
he would be charged with Criminal 
Trespass. 

The subject departed and officer made 
contact with the complainant. The 
hypodermic needle was seized, along with 
four pills that were located in the basement, 
inside of a clear plastic baggie. The needle 
was properly disposed of and the pills were 
photographed and logged into evidence. 
The pills will be sent to BCI for testing and 
possible charges are pending.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180388
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Person To Be Removed 
965 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Report of a person to be removed at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
an unwanted female subject was 
intoxicated and would not leave his 
residence. While speaking with officers the 
female subject appeared to be voluntarily 
intoxicated and began yelling obscenities at 
the complainant. 

This officer advised her several times to 
cease her actions ( 5 times) and she 
continued yelling obscenities after 
reasonable request to do so. 

The female subject was taken into custody 
for Disorderly conduct persisting and she 
was transported to this department where 
she was processed and transported to the 
Columbia County Jail.



Arrested: Deanna M. Lodge1 
LKA 965 S.Lundy Ave. Salem Ohio 44460



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180390
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Ambulance Needed
448 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Officer responded to the above noted 
location for a medical emergency. 

Upon arrival, the Salem FD first responders 
and KLG were on scene administering 
medical assistance. The individual was 
ultimately transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180372
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Person To Be Removed
273 W FOURTEENTH ST

Complainant: COREY SIMS.  LAKEWOOD, 
OH 

Officer responded to 273 W. 14th St. for a 
report of an unwanted subject called in by 
the complainant, Corey Simms. 
Complainant advised his sister was at the 
residence and that she was not suppose to 
be there. The complainant however was not 
currently at the residence. 

Upon arrival, officer attempted contact at 
the front door for a couple minutes and had 
negative contact. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180373
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accident Private Property
HICKY METAL FABRICATION

Complainant: BLAKE SOLLEY

Officer responded to the above location for 
a private property accident. Complainant 
advised that someone had back into his 
2009 Ford Focus while he was inside the 
business. Unit 1 sustained minor damage to 
the front passenger side fender and the 
passenger side rear view mirror was 
knocked off. 

The other driver and vehicle not present 
during the report. However, complainant 
obtained the information of the other driver 
prior to officer's arrival. This information was 
not given to police, due to complainant 
advising that he wished not to pursue the 
incident through the other driver's 
insurance. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180374
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accidental Damage 
826 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: CHRISTIE NUZZO

Officer was dispatched to the 800 block of 
Newgarden Avenue for a report of property 
damage. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who stated that her neighbor 
has been driving in the yard on the property 
she rents. The complainant advised she did 
not want to be responsible for any property 
damage with her land lord. The complainant 
showed tire marks in the snow at the end of 
a shared driveway which she advised the 
neighbor caused and is on her property. 

The complainant was advised to see if there 
was any damage once the snow melted. 
The complainant advised she made a 
previous report over the same issue where 
the neighbor drove through her front yard 
causing ruts. The complainant advised that 
a report would be documented.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180375
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Ambulance Needed
965 S LUNDY AVE

Officers responded to the above location at 
the request of the Salem Fire Department 
First Responders who were on scene for a 
medical situation. The FD advised that they 
smelled an odor of marijuana coming from 
inside the residence. Officers questioned 
the subjects on scene, but they denied 
having any marijuana. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180376
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Stolen Vehicle 
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: GLORIA PITTMAN

Officers were dispatched to the WalMart 
parking lot on E. State Street for a report of 
a stolen vehicle. Officers responded and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
her van was parked in row nine and is now 
missing.

Officers checked the parking lot, but the 
vehicle in question was not located (2006 
Dodge Caravan). The complainant 
contacted her finance company who 
advised they could track the vehicle via 
GPS and did so. The complainants vehicle 
was reportedly in the 600 block of Franklin 
Avenue and officers located it at a 
residence.

Contact was made with a female subject at 
the residence who was questioned about 
the van. It was found that the female drives 
a 2006 Dodge Caravan that is the same 
color and happened to be parked beside 
the complainants van. The female provided 
her van key and it worked on the 
complainants vehicle. 

Officers then took the females key back to 
her van which was parked at WalMart and it 
was the key to her van. 

Officers transported the female subject to 
WalMart to obtain her vehicle and the 
complainant responded to Franklin Avenue 
to obtain her vehicle.



Ptl. C. Crider


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Incident #: 20180377
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Theft
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer was flagged down by an OSP unit 
who advised that she had been stopped by 
a citizen who advised a male subject stole 
alcohol from Circle K in the 1100 block of E. 
State Street and departed the area north 
bound on foot. Officer responded to Circle K 
and spoke with the clerk who advised a 
male subject did conceal an unknown 
beverage under his coat and walked out of 
the store with out rendering payment. 

The clerk provided a description of the male 
subject and officers located a male 
matching the description in the 1200 block 
of Cleveland Avenue. The subject advised 
he was just in the store, but denied stealing 
any items. No stolen items were found on 
the subject and he was advised he could be 
charged with theft if video surveillance 
showed him stealing items from the store. 

Officer responded back to Circle K and 
advised the clerk to contact the department 
when the surveillance is reviewed to see 
what was stolen.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180378
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Suspicious Person

Officers were searching the area for a male 
subject wearing a light colored jacket who 
had taken merchandise from Circle K 
without rendering proper payment (See 
Report #20180377). Officer observed a 
male subject matching the description, who 
was running east bound at the above 
location. 

Contact was made with the male and he 
was briefly detained. After the investigation, 
the male was released. The previous 
complaint is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180379
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1448 E TENTH ST 

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
Tenth St where a resident reported a 
suspicious vehicle parked along the 
roadside. Officers observed the vehicle and 
recognized it as being parked in the area 
other times in the past and affirmed that it 
was registered to a resident that lives near 
the area it was parked. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180380
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Domestic In Progress
1439 E STATE ST 

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for a report of individuals yelling 
and a possible dispute in progress. Officer 
subsequently located the source at the rear 
of 1439 E State St where a boyfriend and 
girlfriend had a verbal dispute over a fast 
food issue. The girlfriend had gone inside 
and the male was still outside. 

Both he and the female individual had 
advised that the male individual had been 
rude to workers at a local drive thru 
restaurant, and they were refused service 
and asked to leave. This resulted in the 
couple getting into an argument after 
leaving the business. The dispute was 
verbal only and no threats or violence had 
occurred.

Officer responded to the business and 
confirmed with employees that the incident 
had occurred as stated. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180381
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Assault 
610 SHARP AVE

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
Sharp Ave in reference to an assault. Victim 
advised that he was struck by another male 
at the residence, whom he believed had 
taken some sort of narcotic. 

Upon arrival, victim advised that the 
suspect had fled out of the back entrance to 
the residence. Officers searched the area, 
but were unable to locate the suspect. 
Victim had blood coming from his 
noselmouth area, but denied medical 
attention.

Victim advised that he did not wish to press 
charges. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180382
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Suspicious Person
HOWARD AVE / W PERSHING STREET


While checking the area of W. Pershing 
Ave. & S. Howard for an assault suspect(s) 
(lnc.#20180381) officer observed three 
male subjects walking in the roadway on W. 
Pershing St. just west of S. Howard Ave. 
Officer stopped and spoke with the subjects 
and found them not to be involved in the 
assault that occurred on Sharp Ave. 

Upon speaking with them, all three subjects 
names were given to this officer as being 
part of drug activity at a residence in the 
300 block of W. Pershing St. Officer 
conducted a consent search of two of the 
subjects bags/back packs they had. During 
a search of one of the back packs it 
revealed various items of drug 
paraphernalia, several prescription pill 
bottles, including two not belonging to the 
subject. Also located later in the back pack 
was suspected methamphetamine. The 
subject also had multiple knifes on his 
person as well as two machetes in his back 
pack, as well as an air soft pistol. 

The subject, 26 year old Dave E. Boggs 
was placed under arrest for possession of 
drug paraphernalia, carrying a concealed 
weapon and possession of 
methamphetamine. Mr. Boggs was 
transported to the Salem Police Dept. for 
processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrestee:
David E. Boggs
345 W. Pershing St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Possession of Methamphetamine, 
CCW & Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
(two counts)



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180383
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST

While on patrol officer observed a trucked 
stopped along the side of E Third St East of 
N Lincoln Ave with its hazard lights 
activated. Nobody was in or around the 
vehicle. Officer identified the registered 
owner via the plate and responded to an 
address on E Sixth St where a resident 
affirmed the truck had ran out of gas. The 
resident was preparing to go get gas with 
another vehicle and advised that the 
disabled vehicle would be moved shortly.



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20180385
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Drug Overdose 
615 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a drug overdose. A female 
subject overdosed on a prescription 
medication that was prescribed by her 
doctor. EMT transported the subject to 
Salem ER.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180387
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1166 CLEVELAND ST 


UNIT #1, 1999 DODGE DAKOTA BLK, 
DRIVER/Owner DEVlN GOUT 


UNIT# 2, 2016 BUlCK VERANO RED, 
DRIVER/Owner JOHN BREAULT 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 was backing 
out of a private property driveway. unit #2 
was traveling westbound on Cleveland 
Street when Unit #1 attempted to stop but 
due to the snow and slush on the roadway 
slid into Unit #2. 

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



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Thursday, January 18, 2018
08:28 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180357
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accident Private Property
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
VENTRA


Traffic Crash Report Private Property

Unit #1: PARKED  2004 Dodge TK 4x4 SLT 
Maroon in color
Owner: John Cusick 39300 Brown St 
Lisbon, Ohio 44432

Unit #2: Ohio  2013 Chevrolet 4s Malibu 
Gold in color
Owner/Operator: Dorothy Delp 7321 SR 14 
Ravenna, Ohio 44266


Unit #1 was parked facing a southerly 
direction when Unit #2 attempted to back 
out of a parking space ( southerly direction) 
facing a westerly direction. Unit #2 struck 
Unit #1 in the right rear corner bumper area 
with it's left rear quarter area. 

No injuries reported at time of crash. No 
Unit(s) towed.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180347
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
423 S LUNDY AVE A
SPARKLE MARKET


Unit #1, 2011 TOYT PRlUS HB WHI,Driver: 
Owner,  JOSHUA COLLINS 

Unit #2, 2000 GMC TK TAN, Driver: Owner,  
Owner LEV1 STAMP 


Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Lundy Ave for a motor vehicle accident with 
no injury. Unit #1 was headed southbound 
on S Lundy Ave. Unit #2 was headed 
westbound on Bank St. Unit #2 slid through 
the stop sign at Bank St and S Lundy Ave 
due to the snow on the roadway. The front 
driver side of Unit #2 struck the front driver 
side of
Unit # l .

Pictures were taken of the damage to both 
units and the driver of Unit #2 was issued a 
citation for reasonable control. Both units 
were able to be driven from the scene.


Cited: Levi M. Stamp
Address: 546 Franklin Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Failure to Maintain Reasonable 
Control (city ordinance 331.34)



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180371
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Animal Complaint 
875 GRANITE AVE 

Report of a barking dog at the above 
address. Officer made contact with the 
owner and the dog was brought inside. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180370
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Animal Complaint
500 BLOCK OF

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed the dog in question.

Officer talked with a male subject who knew 
the dog and he advised that they can not 
catch it.

The owner was contacted and advised the 
same. Someone had thrown the dog over 
the fence. They have water, shelter, and 
food for the animal. They also give it a hot 
meal.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180369
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Reckless Operator
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A

Complainant: NATHAN CLYDE

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with he complainant who advised that 
on SR 45 he was turning into his drive way 
when a male subject operating a black 
colored truck came up on him and slammed 
on his brakes going side ways on the road. 
The male drove pass the complainant 
giving him the middle finger.

The complainant followed the male from 
Goshen Township to the above location.

The male went into the business with out 
incident.

Nothing further needed at this time.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180368
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
200 E. Second St M
RESTAURANT


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who gave this 
officer a greenish / blue colored zippered 
pouch that contained two small plastic 
bags, a card, and three white pills that had 
been left in the bathroom.

Unknown who or how it got into the 
bathroom possibly a female that was with 
another female earlier but unknown.

Officer brought the item to this department 
and destroyed items.



Ptl. French


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Incident #: 20180364
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
194 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: BRIANNA SHAFFER,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised she 
was six months pregnant and the female 
resident had threatened her. She was there 
with her friend who was trying to get 
property back that belonged to her (the 
friend).

Officer went to the residence and talked 
with the estranged boy friend and his 
parents.

It was determined that the estranged boy 
friend wanted nothing more to do with the 
female out side and he returned the mug 
and T-shirt she wanted back. Officer took 
items out to her.

She wanted no more communications with 
him or the parents as did those in the 
house.

Officer explained to both sides the 
procedures for a CPO and or charges for 
menacingthreats and civil suit for returning 
property that may have been gifts.

Both sides denied any threats of any kind.

Officer explained to the complainant and 
female out side not to be back around at the 
requests of the residents unless requested 
to come back.

All involved advised they understood.

The residents did not want any property 
back form the female out side.

Note: The female out side did not reside 
there but had spent some nights there 
staying with the now exboyfriend.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180363
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST E
WALMART LOT


Unit#l , 2016 KIA SW BLU, Owner 
HUDSON SHARON F

Unit#2 , 2011 CHEV TK WHI, Owner 
HIPPELY FREDERICK L


The driver of Unit#l was attempting to back 
out of a parking space when Unit#2 backed 
into her vehicle. The driver of Unit#2 
advised that he was backing out of a 
parking space when Unit#l backed into his 
vehicle. Minor damage was done to both 
vehicles (right rear Unit#l, Left rear Unit#2) 
at the time of the accident.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180360
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
1065 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above location for 
a disabled vehicle. Upon arrival, the vehicle 
was found to be partially stuck in a drive-
way in the deep snow. 

Officer contacted AAA towing at the owners 
request. The vehicle was off the road 
enough for vehicles to pass safely until it 
could me moved.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20180359
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
1788 MAPLE ST


Traffic Crash Report Private Property

Unit #1 : PARKED Ohio registration, 
GIC1949 201 7 Chevrolet 4s Cruze
Owner: Taryn Grodhaus 1788 Maple St 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: Unknown


The owner of Unit #1 advised she had 
parked Unit #1 behind the residence (1788 
Maple) at approximately 1200hrs yesterday, 
Tuesday, 01-16-18 and upon coming out 
this date and time she found that person(s) 
unknown had struck the rear of Unit #1 
causing damage then left the scene without 
leaving any information or notifying her.

Unit #1 was not towed.

Unit #1 was sitting in a gravel area behind 
the residence which the owner of Unit #1 
advised that unsure if the alley way is still 
open or closed but she has to have a way 
back to her area to park so it could be a 
shared drive?

Officer advised her to contact the planning 
& zoning officer to check to see if the alley 
was vacated? The neighbor does have a 
pop up type camper parked there in the 
area.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180358
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Drug Overdose
1063 BUCKEYE AVE

Officer responded to the above location for 
a possible drug overdose. 

Upon arrival, the Salem FD first responders 
and EMT ambulance were tending to a 
female. She was alert and placed into the 
ambulance as officer arrived on scene and 
she was transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center. Officer later responded to 
the Salem Regional Medical Center to 
speak with the female. She was given and 
explained the drug overdose immunity form.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180353
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Suicide
211 W EIGHTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Eighth St for an attempted suicide. The 
complainant advised that she received a 
text message from a juvenile that stated he 
was going to take a bottle of pills due to a 
recent break-up. The juvenile advised 
officers that he did in fact take prescription 
pain medication and was unsure of the 
amount he took. First responders and an 
ambulance were called to the scene and 
the juvenile was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180350
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Forgery
2875 E STATE ST A 
SUPERMARKET 

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a report of forgery. The 
pharmacist advised that they had two 
forged prescriptions and the evidence 
needed to be collected from the pharmacy. 

A detective was already notified about the 
incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180349
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Assist Perry Police
441 BENTON RD

Complainant: PERRY, TWP 

Officers on patrol responded to assist Perry 
Twp. PD on a call in the 400 block of 
Benton Rd. Salem officer stood by and 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180348
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: KATIE 

Complainant called to report a drive off from 
the above location. Complainant advised a 
male driving a blue truck pumped $20.00 at 
pump 11 and left without paying for it. 

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180346
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
1080 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: CHERRI HUTTON

Officer responded to the Lincoln Terrace 
apartments to take a report of criminal 
damaging. The complainant advised officer 
that the rear exterior door to the building 
was broken and that she was not sure how 
it happened.

Officer took photos of the door and provided 
the complainant with the report number.



Ptl Brooks



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Wednesday, January 17, 2018
09:53 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180342
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2487 E STATE ST A 

Unit #1, Driver Mckala J. Lehman, SALEM 
OH

Unit #2, Driver KYLE FERRY, LISBON OH

Officer responded to E.State St. near Giant 
Eagle for a motor vehicle accident with no 
injuries reported. 

The driver of unit #1 failed to yield to 
Eastbound traffic, causing unit # 2 to strike 
them. Photos were taken. 

The driver of unit # 1 was cited.

Cited: Mckala J. Lehman
Offense: FTY Stop Sign ORC 4511.43 A



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20180345
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Civil Matter
1267 CLEVELAND ST


A female called with questions regarding 
personal property and a roommate. She 
was out of town at time of call but claimed 
the other party has threatened to damage 
her property and has been violent in the 
past. Officer told her to call PD when she 
goes to claim her property so officers would 
be aware. She was further advised to leave 
if things became uncivil or threatening and 
officers would respond. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180343
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
2262 E STATE ST A

Officers checked on suspicious activity with 
possible drugs being used. 

Upon arrival it was found no drugs were 
used and it appeared to be a vape smoker. 


Ptl Banar



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lncident #: 20180344
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Debris In Roadway
970 S UNION AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Report of snow plowed into the street 
causing a possible hazard. Officer located 
the orange Kubota nearby who stated he 
would go and remedy the problem. 



Banat901



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Incident #: 20180341
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Fraud
2511 BENTLEY DR 1


Officer responded to the 2500 block of 
Bentley Rd. for a reported fraud. 

The matter is under investigation and being 
turned over to the detective. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180340
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Disabled / Stuck
1400 S LINCOLN AVE / SOUTHEAST ST


While on routine patrol officers observed a 
vehicle stuck in a ditch in the 1400 block of 
South Lincoln. Officers stood by for traffic 
control until the vehicle could be removed 
by a local towing service. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180339
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
SpeakTo Officer
846 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: CHRISTOPHER REITER

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a subject wishing to 
speak with an officer. 

Upon arrival, the complainant was 
concerned that a neighbor had a driveway 
plowed and left some snow in the roadway. 
Officer attempted to locate the plow truck 
but was unsuccessful.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180338
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST A 
GIANT EAGLE GROCERY


Unit # l Operator: Barbara L. Adams Owner 
WILLIAM ADAMS 

Unit #2 Owner/Operator  MILDRED 
PITTMAN 


Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only 

Unit #2 was traveling southbound in the lot. 
Unit #1 was traveling westbound in the lot 
and stated she never saw unit #2. Unit #1 
admitted to attempting to travel southbound 
and striking unit #2. 

Damage was observed to the left side of 
unit #2 and front right of unit #1.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180337
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
840 W PERSHING ST 7 

Mother advising her adult male son was 
yelling at her causing her distress. He left 
prior to our arrival. 

She was told to call back if he returned and 
caused problems. 



Ptl Banar



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Incident #: 20180336
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
MV Lockout
388 S LINCOLN AVE 2


Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
South Lincoln for a report of a vehicle with 
the keys locked inside and the engine 
running. On arrival officers were able to 
gain entry to the vehicle without incident. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180335
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY 

complainant advised a green Dodge van 
departed the business westbound without 
paying for $19.26 worth of fuel. Officer 
checked the area but was unable to locate 
the vehicle.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180334
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
DR Y ALLEY 


Unit 1 2017 City plow truck, OWN SALEM 
CITY
city self insured


Unit 2 2016 Chevy Suburban, OWN LYLE, 
PRINTING
parked off north side of alley at rear of 185 
E. State St.



On January 16, 2018, a city truck was 
operating a Ford F-450 snow plow truck in 
dry alley traveling eastbound.

This alley is on the south side of E. State 
St. in the 100 blk. from S. Ellsworth to S. 
Broadway Ave. 

Operator of plow truck passed a utility pole 
behind 185 E. State without incident and 
began to continue slowly moving 
eastbound, pushing snow with snow blade. 
A hand shovel attached to the driver's side 
of the bed came loose and struck a Chevy 
Suburban that was parked very close to the 
alley. Suburban was facing west and on the 
north side of the alley behind Lyle Printing. 
Driver side door of the Suburban sustained 
some visible scratches from the shovel. 

Plow operator reported incident to his 
supervisor and police dept for report. Officer 
took photos of the parked Suburban and the 
damaged door. Information was passed on 
to the city Safety/Service Director regarding 
the incident. Officer also left message with 
secretary at Lyle Printing regarding same.



Ptl Banar



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Incident #: 20180333
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Domestic In Progress
157 W SEVENTH ST

Officers were sent to a domestic in progress 
as reported by a third party female who was 
on the phone with a female at 157 W 7th. 

Upon arrival Officers spoke with the male 
and female. Both were obviously upset and 
the male was packing some personal items 
before leaving. 

Neither had injury or wanted to pursue the 
matter. After some unnecessary verbal jabs 
at each other, the male left temporarily until 
he could come back for the rest of his 
property. Both were warned several times to 
cease their verbal sparing at each other. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Incident #: 20180332
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
N LINCOLN AVE / E ELEVENTH 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 1000 block of 
North Lincoln for a report of a vehicle in a 
ditch. On arrival officers located the vehicle 
in question and stood by in the area until 
the vehicle was removed by a local towing 
service.

Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180331
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
700 BLOCK OF ARCH ST


While on patrol, officer observed a stuck 
vehicle at the above stated location. Officer 
assisted the motorist with clearing the 
vehicle.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180313
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
325 W PERSHING ST 


Complainant: MARY SAFREED

Officer responded to the 300 block of W 
Pershing St for a criminal damaging report. 
The complainant advised someone had 
struck her fence with their vehicle 
yesterday. The complainant was able to 
provide a vehicle registration and the owner 
of the vehicle was contacted. The owner of 
the vehicle provided insurance information.

The neighbor stated that he believed the 
fence was on his property. Both parties 
were advised that they would have to 
contact zoning about the property line.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Incident #: 20180314
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
175 W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to a reported disabled 
vehicle in the roadway in the 100 block of W 
State St. Officer stood by until AAA arrived 
due to the roadway hazard the vehicle 
presented. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180315
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
315 W S EVENTH ST 


Complainant: FREDERICK MCLAUGHLIN


Driver/Owner MADELINE BAKER, 2008 
PONT Torrent WHI

Owner FREDERICK MCLAUGHLIN , 2014 
JEEP Grand Ch GRY

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
W Seventh St. to speak to a complainant 
about a traffic crash. When officers arrived 
they spoke with the complainant who stated 
that his car had been struck by another 
vehicle while on N. Lincoln Ave. The 
complainant stated that another vehicle was 
making a turn onto N. Lincoln from E. 
Second St. and struck his vehicle. 

He also stated that the drivers exchanged 
information on scene and then left. 

There was minor damage done to the 
complainants driver side. Officers 
photographed the damage and gave the 
complainant a report number.


Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180316
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1264 SOUTHEAST BLVD A 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 1200 block of 
Southeast Boulevard for a private property 
vehicle accident. The complainant advised 
they had slide off the drive and went into 
the yard. When the officer arrived on scene 
the vehicle had left prior to arrival.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180317
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
155 PARK DR


Officers responded to the 100 block of Park 
Dr. for a reported runaway juvenile. When 
officers arrived, they made contact with the 
juvenile and returned her to her home 
residence.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180318
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
1449 E STATE ST 

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E. 
State St. for a domestic violence report. 

When officer arrived they met with the 
complainant who explained that there was a 
physical altercation between two of her 
foster children. It was found that one of the 
children had struck another with a blunt 
object. 

Officers detained the child due to her 
tendency to run and the nature of the crime 
along with threats made towords the care 
giver. The child was then transported to 
Salem Police Department for paperwork 
and then transported to the Tobin Center.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180319
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: KATIE 

Officer took a theft report over the phone 
from a Smith Oil Gas Station employee. 
Officer was advised that a silver Pontiac 
Grand Am pumped $22 worth of gas and 
failed to pay before driving off.


Ptl Brooks


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lncident #: 20180320
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
375 PENN AVE

Officer responded to the 300 block of Penn 
Ave for a parking complaint. A vehicle was 
parked on the roadway blocking a driveway 
and also had an expired registration. The 
owner of the vehicle was located and 
advised that he needed to move the vehicle 
off the roadway and given a verbal warning 
for the expired registration.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180321
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Recovered Property

Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

On 01/15/2018,a complainant came to 
Salem Police Department to return lost 
property. The complainant stated that the 
car keys were found on S. Broadway Ave. 
They car keys were placed into the lost and 
found at Salem Police Department.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180322
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
435 W WILSON ST
FACTORY / MILL / PLANT

Complainant: GRUNAU, SECURITY

Officers responded to the 400 block of W 
Wilson St for a interior motion alarm. An 
employee was in the parking lot and 
advised he accidentally set off the alarm 
when he was leaving the building. Officer 
gathered further information from the 
employee and cleared the scene without 
incident.



Ptl. E. Perry


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lncident #: 20180324
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1015 E STATE ST A
RESTAURANT


Complainant: DOUGLASS MOFFETT

Officers responded to the 1000 block of E 
State St in regards to a parking complaint, 
complainant advised that he had plowed the 
business parking lot and the neighbor then 
shoveled snow onto the business's 
property. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
male subject who advised that his vehicles 
were plowed in and that he was just 
removing the snow so that he could move 
his vehicle. It was found that his vehicle 
was parked half way on his property and 
half way on the business property. 

The male subject was told that he would 
have to contact the city zoning officer in 
regards to the situation.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180325
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
623 E THIRD ST 2w


Complainant: MISTY CRIDER,

Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
Third St in regards to a verbal dispute. The 
complainant advised that there was a 
female outside screaming carrying an infant 
and was unable to get inside of the 
residence. 

Officers arrived on scene and attempted to 
make contact with the male subject inside 
the residence, upon attempting to make 
contact officer observed the male subject 
laying on the floor of the residence and 
appeared to be unresponsive. 

Officers then forced entry to the residence 
through the front door and attempting to 
wake the male subject, the male subject 
appeared to be under the influence of a 
narcotic. 

Salem FD and KLG Ambulance responded 
to the scene and transported the male 
subject to Salem Regional Hospital.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180326
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
986 SALEM PARKWAY
FACTORY / MlLL / PLANT


Complainant: JIM WERKE

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of phone 
harassment. The complainant advised a 
female subject continued to call his 
business line making vulgar statements and 
was tying-up his line.

Officer made contact with the female 
subject and advised her to stop contacting 
the business or she could face charges.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180328
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Check Well Being
375 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: FRANKLIN, COUNTY SO

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fifth St for a well being check on a female 
subject. The complainant advised that the 
female subject was making statements that 
did not make sense and had contacted the 
wrong police department. 

The officer checked on the female subject 
who advised their were people in the 
upstairs apartment that should not be inside 
the building. The upstairs apartments were 
found to be vacant and the complainant 
was advised to contact the landlord about 
any further noise complaints.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 201 80329
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E 
State St for a suspicious vehicle. The 
complainant advised there were two male 
subjects that appeared to be intoxicated in 
the parking lot near a silver Chevy 
Silverado. The vehicle had left prior to 
officers arrival. The surrounding area and 
streets were checked but officers were 
unable to locate the vehicle.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Tuesday, January 16, 2018
08:51 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180303
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
881 FAlR AVE


Complainant: STEPHEN HERSCHEL

Resident / complainant advised he was 
attempting to back his car into his drive 
when he went off the east side of the road 
causing his front tires to become stuck in 
the ditch due to recent snowfall. A tow 
(Davidsons) was called to pull the car out. 
Officer stood by while until the car was off 
the road. Complainant worked out payment 
with the truck operator and his insurance 
comp.



Banar901



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lncident #: 20180310
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST 


Report of a 13 yr old juvenile female 
running away from the residence. She 
jumped from a second story window and 
was not able to be located at time of report. 

Officers checked the area and will continue. 
Juv added to missing in LEADS by 
dispatch.



Banar901



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Incident #: 20180311
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2900 BLOCK OF E STATE ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

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

Upon arrival, officer determined the 
accident was outside the city limits. The 
proper agency was notified.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180300
Date: Monday, Januaw 15.2018
Debris In Roadway
1700 E STATE ST 

While on patrol officers observed debris in 
the roadway in the 1700 block of East State 
St. 

Officers removed the item from the roadway 
and placed it into the curb lawn. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180302
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
409 E SECOND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officers responded to the 400 block of East 
2nd St for a report of drug paraphernalia. 

On arrival officers took possession of the 
item in question. The item was brought to 
the station and then disposed of. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180307
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident Private Property
2340 E STATE ST 
BUSY BEAVER HARDWARE STORE

Unit #1, 1996 FORD 4s DBL, 
Owner/Operator Owner VICTOR 
EVANGELIST 

Unit #2, 2003 CHEV SW BLK, Operator: 
Aimee E Kaltenbach Owner ISAAC 
KALTENBACH 


Minor Two Vehicle Accident Private 
Property No OH1

Unit #1 was parked in a parking spot facing 
westbound. Unit #2 was traveling 
westbound in the lot and attempted to turn 
northbound once it passed unit #1. Unit #1 
began to pull forward about a foot and was 
clipped by unit #2. 

Unit #2 was not driving in the normal lane of 
travel in the lot but the entire lot was snow 
covered. 

Unit #1 reported unit #2 struck the left front 
area of his vehicle but there was existing 
damage from a previous accident. Unit #2 
sustained a right rear flat tire.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180299
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

On 1/15/2018 1, Ptl. D Miller, responded to 
the area of US62 and SR-165 in Green 
Township where Goshen Township PD had 
two subjects pulled over in their vehicle in 
regards to a possible theft report that took 
place at Wal Mart in Salem. Upon Salem 
arrival Goshen PD officers had both 
subjects in custody for warrants out of 
Columbiana County.

I then spoke to both subjects in regards to 
the possible theft to which both stated they 
were just shopping and when they tried to 
return a speaker they were informed that 
the could not and then left. Upon 
Columbiana County Deputy Price's arrival 
to retrieve both subjects the male, Brian 
Joseph Schlupp, stated that he wanted to 
file a report for criminal damaging that was 
done to his vehicle. Schlupp gave me a 
brief explanation of how his vehicle was 
damaged and gave a suspect for it as well.

I advised Schlupp that a report would be 
filed and that due to the circumstances at 
hand it might take a while to find any further 
information out. Schlupp understood and 
then Dep. Price then took him into custody. 

I then cleared the scene without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180298
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Shoplifter(s) 
2875 E STATE ST A 
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: CURTIS SHAW

Officers were dispatched to 2875 E. State 
Street, WalMart, for a report of shoplifters. 

Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that a male and 
female had departed in a purple Ford 
Ranger prior to officers arriving. The 
complainant advised that the male subject 
paid for a subwoofer speaker and exited the 
store. There was a female subject inside 
the store still who had another speaker just 
like the one the male paid for. The female 
passed all points of sale with the speaker 
without rendering payment and showed the 
receipt for the speaker the male had 
already paid for. The speaker was $79.68. 

The female pushed the cart containing the 
speaker to the Ford truck the male was in 
and they departed the area leaving the 
speaker in the cart in the parking lot. Also in 
the cart was a two pack of Sharpie pens 
totaling $5.88. 

Goshen Police Department found the 
suspect vehicle a short time later and the 
male and female suspects were 
subsequently arrested by the Columbiana 
County Sheriff Department due to both 
subjects having arrest warrants. 

Charges are pending for the male and 
female subject for this incident.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180297
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Suspicious Person
E STATE ST / ROSE AVE

On 1/15/2018 officers observed a white 
male walking in the parking lot of Smith Oil. 
The male subject in question was wearing 
dark clothing and then proceeded to walk 
up to the window of Smith Oil, turned 
around, and started headed West bound on 
E State Street again.

Officers then made contact with said male 
who stated that he wanted to go to the store 
but did not realize that the store was closed. 
The subject, later identified to be a 15 year 
old juvenile.

Juvenile was then placed under arrest for a 
juvenile offense. Juvenile was then brought 
back to the station for processing and 
released to his mother.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180296
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
894 E FOURTH ST

Officers were dispatched to 894 E. Fourth 
St. for a report of a dispute. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with 
multiple subjects in the middle of the 
roadway involved in a verbal argument. The 
parties were separated and spoken to 
separately. All parties reported no violence. 
A male and female whom do not belong at 
the residence were advised to leave. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180295
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
788 E STATE ST

Officer observed a suspicious yellow Chevy 
Cavalier traveling to several businesses in 
the 700 block of E. State Street and turning 
its lights off. 

Officer made contact with the driver who 
advised he was just playing a video game, 
Pokemon. No problems were found with the 
subject.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180293
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Smoke Investigation


Officer was sitting stationary on S.Ellsworth 
near the railroad tracks monitoring traffic. 
While sitting there , this officer observed a 
large cloud of smoke and smelled burning 
material in the air. 

The FD was notified along with other 
officers to check the area for a possible 
structure fire. Officers and FD checked the 
area for awhile but were unable to locate 
the source of the smoke.



Ptl. S. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180292
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
968 E STATE ST

Officer sitting stationary in the above area 
was approached by the subject who wanted 
to know if he was allowed to return to Shell 
gas station. 

Officer asked the subject if he was 
trespassed at the Shell by the staff and also 
advised not to return by officers and the 
subject confirmed that he was. Officer 
advised the subject not to return to Shell or 
he would be arrested and charged with 
Criminal Trespass. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180291
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
885 W STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
W. State St. and Benton Rd. for a report of 
a disabled vehicle in the roadway. 

Upon arrival, the vehicle was found to have 
already been removed from the roadway 
and into a private drive of 885 W. State St. 
Officer spoke with a subject who advised he 
was going to leave the vehicle overnight in 
the parking lot with a note in it and get it out 
tomorrow 1/15/18.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180290
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
155 PARK DR 


Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of 
Park Dr in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant, who is the female juvenile, 
advised that she was locked out of her 
foster home in the 1400 block of E State St 
and was refused to enter. Officer 
transported the juvenile back to her 
residence and spoke with her guardian. 
Juvenile's guardian advised that the juvenile 
had already been brought back to the 
residence from a prior complainant (See 
Report #20180287) in which the juvenile 
had left, due to having problems with other 
juveniles at the home. 

It was learned that the juvenile was not 
locked out of the residence, but left willingly. 
She was advised to obey the rules of the 
home and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Monday, January 15, 2018
08:34 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180279
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1080 N LINCOLN AVE 

UNIT #1, 2001 PONT GranPrix BLK, 
DRIVER NATHANIEL BAlR Owner 
KATHLEEN GILLAM , SALEM, OH

UNlT #2, 2004 CHEV TRAILBL BLK, Driver 
/ Owner MARTIN BONNOT , NORTH 
BENTON, OH


Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 was 
traveling northbound on North Lincoln Ave 
near East 11th Street. Unit # 2 was traveling 
southbound on North Lincoln Ave. Due to 
slush and snow on the roadway Unit #1 
went left of center and struck Unit #2. 

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


Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180289
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
BROOKLYN AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit 1 - 2003 FORD 4s TAN, 
Owner/Operator- Lauren Sawdey, SALEM, 
OH

Unit 2- 2011 DODG SW SIL, 
Owner/Operator- Matthew Graham, 
SALEM, OH



Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
E Third St and Brooklyn Ave in reference to 
a two vehicle traffic accident. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
operators of both vehicles, who advised that 
there were no injuries.

Unit 2, a silver 2011 Dodge Nitro operated 
by Matthew Graham, was west bound on E 
Third St and stopped at the intersection at 
Brooklyn Ave. Unit 1, a bronze 2003 Ford 
Taurus operated by Lauren Sawdey, was 
also travelling west bound on E Third St, 
following behind Unit 2.

 When Unit 1 started to slow, it slid on icy 
pavement and struck the rear of Unit 2. Unit 
2 sustained minor damage to the rear 
bumper, while Unit 1 sustained minor 
damage to the front bumper. No citations 
were issued.



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lncident #: 20180281
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Accidental Dam age
2555 LEXINGTON AVE 18

Complainant: CHRISTINE VRABEL

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of accidental damage. The 
complainant advised that her vehicle was 
parked in the parking lot of the apartment 
complex. She advised that the maintenance 
man had his brother helping plow the 
parking lot with his 4 wheeler. The 
complainant advised that she came outside 
and observed the driver's side front fender 
of her vehicle had been struck. 

A path was cleared right beside the 
complainants vehicle and the damage was 
consistent with possibly the handle bars of 
the 4 wheeler hitting it. 

The maintenance man was on scene and 
had already been in contact with his brother 
to have the damage fixed.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20180282
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: OIL, SMITH 

Complainant contacted this department to 
report a drive off. They advised that the 
driver of a white truck pumped $10.09 worth 
of fuel and then left without rendering 
payment. The vehicle left heading 
westbound on E. State St.

The vehicle was not located due to officers 
being tied up on accident calls.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180283
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Neighbor Dispute
826 NEWGARDEN AVE

Report of a neighbor dispute in reference to 
a shared driveway and driving through the 
neighbors yard at the above address. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the 
neighbor about issue and he advised that 
he would cease his actions so there would 
be no further problems.


Ptl.R.Miller



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lncident #: 20180284
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1125 E STATE ST

Complainant: DAMIAN COPE

Complainant reported a male leaving the 
above location driving a black Ford. The 
caller advised that he is familiar with the 
individual and stated that he is operating 
the vehicle under suspension. 

Officers responded and checked the area 
for several minutes, but the vehicle was not 
located.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180285
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Animal Complaint 
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Report of two small dogs left in a small 
unknown GM type car at the above 
locations. 

Upon arrival, officers checked all the 
parking lots and were unable to locate any 
vehicles with dogs in them.


Ptl.R.Miller


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Incident #: 20180287
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
155 PARK DR


Report of unknown juvenile problem at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the juvenile advised that she 
is having problems at her group home 
(1449 E. State ) and that she wants to go 
somewhere else. 

The juvenile was transported back to the 
group home, officers spoke with the female 
subject that runs the group home. She 
advised that there has been several issues 
with this juvenile over the past including 
running away and fighting.

She made contact with the case worker, the 
help line and that they will find her a home 
to go this evening. The juvenile was 
advised of the situation and advised to 
cease her actions until arrangements can 
be made.



Ptl.R.Miller



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Incident #: 20180277
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Attempt To Locate
1995 E STATE ST A
HOS PITAL

Complainant: SALEM, ER 

Officers responded to the area of the Salem 
Regional Medical Center after personnel 
called to report a male patient of their left 
the hospital with out being discharged as 
well as still having an IV attached. 

Upon arrival, the entire area was checked 
and the subject could not be located. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180276
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Theft
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: JORDAN LEWIS,  
WASHINGTONVILLE, OH 44490 

Officer was dispatched to the 700 block of 
Franklin Avenue for a theft report. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant/victim who advised that while 
she was at a business in the 500 block of S. 
Broadway Avenue her keys were stolen. 
She advised that she had two house keys 
and the key to her vehicle on the key chain. 
The complainant advised she only had one 
set of keys for the vehicle and that it was 
currently secured and parked in the 500 
block of S. Broadway Avenue. 

Complainant was advised officers would 
check on the vehicle and she was also 
advised of her options on removing the 
vehicle from the area.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180275
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported 
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

On 111 312018 at approximately 0158 hrs 
officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
S Broadway Ave in regards to a breaking 
and entering report. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to the 
complainant in regards to the incident to 
which she stated that some one had broken 
out of the second story of the property 
through a window and left via the roof of the 
property.

Officers then had the complainant show us 
what was tampered with through out the 
property. Photographs were taken of every 
thing that was tampered with along with 
checking the roof and the area to which the 
complainant believed the suspect to have 
left from after jumping off of the roof of the 
property. The complainant advised she did 
not believe anything to be missing from the 
property and that whoever was inside only 
ransacked certain things and then broke a 
window to exit the property via the roof. 

Officers then gathered the complainant's 
information and then cleared with out 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180274
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer responded to assist an OSP Trooper 
on a traffic stop, who had requested a Kg. 

K9 Argo conducted a sniff of the vehicle for 
a narcotic odor but did not indicate to any 
present.



Ptl. S. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180272
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Reckless Operator
1028 JENNINGS AVE A 


Complainant: AARON MORRISON,

Officers responded to the First Friends 
Church in the 1000 block of Jennings Ave. 
for a report of a reckless operator. The 
complainant, Aaron Morrison had been 
plowing snow in the Salem Bible Methodist 
Church parking lot of N. Ellsworth Ave. 
(Also see lnc.#20182073) when he 
observed the Jeep enter the parking lot and 
do 'donuts' and drive thru the yard of the 
church. The complainant confronted the 
occupants of the Jeep and they 
subsequently left. The complainant followed 
the Jeep to the First Friends Church on 
Jennings Ave. and then watched them do 
'donuts' there as well. 

As officer was approaching the First Friends 
Church on Jennings Ave. officer observed 
the Jeep leaving quickly out of the exit and 
initiated a traffic stop with it. The driver and 
occupants were identified and advised of 
the complaint. The driver admitted to doing 
donuts in the First Friends Church parking 
lot as well as being in the Salem Bible 
Methodist Church parking lot on N. 
Ellsworth Ave. 

The complainant wrote a statement of the 
incident. 

The driver was released and advised 
charges are pending, once officer speaks 
with church staff of both churches to 
determine if there was any damage to any 
of the properties.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180271
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
SOUTH EAST BLVD / E STATE

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle stuck in 
the snow in the above area. Officer helped 
get the car out of the snow by pushing it. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180270
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1742 N ELLSWORTH AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to 1742 N. Ellsworth 
Ave. for a dispute between a husband and 
wife. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with both 
parties. They were spoken to separately 
and both denied any physical violence. The 
female half wished for her husband to 
leave, however she was explained that 
officers could not make him leave due to it 
being his residence as well.

 Officers later cleared without incident.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180268
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Animal Complaint
SHARP AVE / ARCH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Complainant advised of a cat outside in the 
above area that she believed was cold and 
needed to be brought into a residence for 
warmth. 

Officer checked the area, but the cat was 
gone. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180267
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST 

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officer was dispatched to 1449 E. State St. 
to speak with the female complainant in 
reference to two girls from the home that 
went to the store and had not returned 
home. 

While enroute to the residence the 
complainant called back and advised the 
girls returned home and nothing further was 
needed. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Sunday, January 14, 2018
08:57 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180263
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Barking Dog
441 W SCHOOL ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to the 400 block of W. 
School St for a barking dog complaint. 

When officers arrived contact was made 
with the owner and advised of the situation. 
Officers then cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180264
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1184 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

Police responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland St for a dispute. The complainant 
stated a white transport van pulls into his 
drive to pick up a group of residence living 
in the 1200 block. The complaint advised he 
has asked the driver several times not to 
pull into his drive due to him destroying his 
yard.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180262
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Road Rage
2366 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of road rage. Officers spoke with 
both parties involved and advised to go 
their separate ways and be a little more 
considerate do to the road conditions and 
weather.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180261
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN STREET


Police responded to Franklin Ave near S. 
Lincoln Ave for a two vehicle accident. Unit 
#1 was eastbound on Franklin Ave when it 
lost control and slid into Unit #2 who was 
traveling westbound on Franklin Ave. 

Both operators advised no medical attention 
was needed. Kaiser towing and Sinsleys 
towing arrived to move the vehicles. 

The operator of Unit #1 was cited for being 
at fault.


Cited: Michael J. Shetler
Add: 46327 Hatcher Rd
New Waterford, OH 44445
Charge: Failure To Control



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180255
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Littering / Dumping
2289 OAK ST


Officers responded to the above location to 
assist a disabled resident who had their 
trash can knocked over from the plowing. 
The trash can was picked up and placed 
upright again.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180260
Date: Saturday, January 13, 2018
Residential Lockout
354 E THIRD ST

Complainant: JOHN WADE

Officers spoke with a complainant who was 
evicted from their residence and had to 
have all their belongings out today from 
their landlord.

 The complainant stated that they left their 
phone and keys in the residence and 
needed into the residence.

 Officers advised the complainant that they 
needed to contact the landlord to gain 
access back into the property.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180257
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
468 AETNA ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle blocking the alley, 
Officers made contact with the owner of the 
vehicle and it was removed.


Ptl. D. Osberg



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lncident #: 20180259
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Neighbor Dispute
265 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: MATTHEW STURGEON

Officers responded to the above location for 
a neighbor dispute, Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated the business next 
door had their parking lot plowed and 
blocked their parking lot with snow. Officers 
spoke with the owner of the business next 
door and stated they were sorry and said it 
wont happen again.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180236
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: HOLLUS OLEMAN

Report of a theft at the above address. The 
complainant advised that while she was 
shopping at the above business someone 
had taken her light brown wallet out of the 
kart. She advised that they found the wallet 
in the trash in the woman's restroom at the 
rear of the business. 

Everything was in the wallet excepts for the 
money ($215) that was the only thing 
missing. Loss prevention advised that they 
would be checking the video to see if there 
is any video of the theft.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180237
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
648 S UNION AVE

Complainant: CARLEY ECKMAN

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
S Union Ave in reference to a domestic 
dispute. Dispatch advised that the 
complainant and subject both wanted to 
leave the residence separately with their 
children. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
complainant and subject, who are legally 
married and have three mutual children.

Complainant advised that she did not want 
her husband to leave with the children, but 
she wanted to leave with them for the night 
to get away from him. Subject stated that he 
was wanting to leave with the children 
because his wife had taken his car earlier in 
the day, even though she knows that she is 
not allowed to drive it. 

Officers advised both parties that due to the 
fact that they are legally married, this issue 
was civil in nature and they were provided 
their options for handling the incident. No 
physical violence nor injuries were reported. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180238
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation


Officers responded to various locations 
within the City limits to move vehicles 
parked on the roadway during the parking 
ban. In all officers were able to make 
contact and move approximately 40+ 
vehicles from the roadway.

Three vehicles had to be towed after no 
owner or operator could be located.


TOWED VEHICLES:

OH Reg: GWG2255 (Towed by Davidson's 
Towing from the 1200 block of Cedar Ridge 
Dr.)
2006 Saturn 4-door (Owner: Tomasa Perez)


OH Reg: HEP2447 (Towed by Sinsley's 
Towing from the 300 block of Fair Ave.)
2014 Ford 4-door (Owner: Jerry Austin)


OH Reg: HBQI 551 ( Towed by Kaiser's 
Towing from the 1200 block of Mound St.)
2002 Oldsmobile 4-door. (Owner: Madison 
Baskerville)



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180239
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Suspicious Activity
610 SHARP AVE

Officer got out at the above location after 
observing a vehicle parked in the roadway 
during the parking ban.

Prior to making contact with the resident , 
officer was able to smell an odor of 
marijuana coming from inside.

Contact was made with the residence and 
several other subjects inside the residence. 
It was advised that marijuana was smoked 
in the basement an hour prior to my arrival. 
Officers did not observe any more narcotics 
in the home. The vehicle was moved.



PTL LaROSA



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lncident #: 20180240
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Menacing / Threats

Complainant: MICHAEL WERTZ

Complainant on station to report threats. 
Complainant advised that he was riding 
around town in a friend's car when the 
subject, whom he has known to dislike him, 
began to follow them. Complainant advised 
that the subject followed them to Circle K 
and made verbal threats towards him, 
stating that he was going to harm him.

Complainant advised that the subject also 
followed them back to the complainant's car 
in the 600 block of E Second St before 
leaving the area. 

Officer advised that contact with the subject 
would be made to advise him to cease 
contact with the complainant or charges 
could be filed. 

Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180241
Friday, January 12,2018
Accidental Damage 
1132 JENNINGS AVE 

Complainant: MELVIN LIPPIATT

Officer was dispatched to the 1100 block of 
Jennings Avenue for a report of damage to 
a mail box. Officer responded and met with 
the complainant who advised he believed 
the mail box was knocked off by a snow 
plow truck and he was able to put the mail 
box back on the post. 

Complainant stated no new damage was 
observed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180242
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
486 ROOSEVELT AVE 

Police responded to the dead end of 
Roosevelt Ave for a tree in the roadway. 

Street Dept also arrived on scene and 
removed the tree.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180243
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Harassment
2487 E STATE ST B
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: GREGORY WARNER

Officer responded to the Marcs Grocery 
store located at 2487 E. State St. to speak 
with the male complainant along with the 
complainant's 16 year old juvenile son. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with both. The 
juvenile reported he is employed with Marcs 
Grocery Store and on today's date he had a 
fill in manager from another store and 
during his shift the Manager made several 
inappropriate comments towards him 
making him feel uncomfortable. 

Officer made contact with the Manager, 
identified and spoke with him as well as two 
other female employees/witnesses. The 
Manager was advised the comments he 
was allegedly making are not appropriate to 
make towards any employee regardless of 
age. 

Officer contacted the stores Regional 
Manager and made him aware of the 
incident who adamant that action would be 
taken and that he would be in contact with 
the Manager the following business day. 

The juvenile left with his father for the 
evening. Officer will confer with the 
Columbiana County Prosecutor to 
determine if charges should be filed. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180244
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Audible Alarm 
667 NEWGARDEN AVE 
GROCERY

Complainant: 2lST CENTURY, ALARM 

Officers responded to the Suburban Market 
located at 667 Newgarden Ave. for a report 
of an alarm activation.

Upon arrival, the exterior of the business 
was checked and found to be secure. No 
fresh foot prints were observed in the snow 
around the building as well. No key holder 
responded and officers cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180245
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Check Well Being
1683 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: CHARLENNE

Officers responded to the 1600 block of S E 
Blvd in order to check the well being of a 
female. Complainant advised that the 
subject had recently had knee surgery and 
she hasn't been able to get into contact with 
her.

Officers attempted contact at the subject's 
residence , but nobody was home. Officers 
spoke with the next door neighbor who 
advised that the subject was now in a 
hospital in Akron, OH. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180247
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Person To Be Removed
676 E THIRD ST

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E Third St in regards to a one to be 
removed complaint. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with complainant 
who advised that an argument ensued 
between him and a friend, and the subject 
left on foot north bound. Officer located the 
subject at the rear of the residence and he 
advised the same.

Officers learned that the subject had two 
active arrest warrants out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office and he 
was subsequently placed into custody. He 
was then transported to the police 
department for processing and then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail 
by this Agency due to the Sheriffs Dept. 
Deputies being busy on other calls.



Arrested: Charles Preston Holcomb Jr 
2606 Lincoln Way NW Lot 45
Massillon, OH 44647
Charges: Warrant- FTA-OVI 2nd Offense
Warrant- FTA-Child Support



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180249
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Speak To Officer


Officers spoke with a male subject at the 
police department who wished to forward 
information about drug activity in the city. 
Officer obtained the information and 
advised it would be forwarded to the drug 
task force agent.



Ptl. C. Crider


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Incident #: 20180250
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Assist Other Agency
552 WOODLAND AVE 

Complainant: SEBRING, POLICE 

On 1/13/18 officers were dispatched to the 
500 block of Woodland Ave in an attempt to 
locate a vehicle that was involved in a traffic 
accident in Sebring Village. 

Upon arrival at the address officers saw 
lights and TV on inside the residence 
however no one was coming to the door to 
answer. 

After several attempts at knocking on the 
door with negative contact officers then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180251
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
S BROADWAY AVE / E WILSON STREET

Officer on patrol observed a taxi stuck in the 
snow at the above location. Officers were 
able to give the vehicle a push and get it out 
of the snow. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Saturday, January 13, 2018
09:51 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180220
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Suicide
146 GEORGETOWN RD


Report of a male subject wanting to commit 
suicide at the above address. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the 
male subject and he advised that do to 
ongoing medical issues that he had 
thoughts of ending his life.

 The F.D. and EMT responded and he was 
transported to the Salem E.R. for his 
medical problems and to talk with someone 
about his thoughts.



Ptl Richard



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Incident #: 20180221
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Audible Alarm
964 BENTON RD
FACTORY/MILL/PLANT

Complainant: SECURE COM, ALARM

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and checked the exterior finding it secure 
dispatch was notified and did find a key 
holder advised he was emroute.

Lt. Casto found water coming out of a bay 
door on the west side of the building area.

Lt. Casto and the key holder went inside 
and got the water shut off.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180222
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: KAREN FAST

Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that she had property over on 
E. 6th St and had rented it to a female 
which had just moved in on Saturday, 01-
06-18 and now was moving out last night 
advising her she couldn't afford it.

They were there with trucks moving items 
out.

She had a question on whether she could 
enter the property since she put the rental 
sign back out and she needed to check it so 
if she needed to show it that they had their 
belongings out.

The complainant advised that the 
agreement advises she would give notice 
before entering the property but now the 
female is not answering her phone.

Officer advised that as long as she was 
there with them before and has made an 
honest attempt to make contact and she 
wasn't going to go through things and throw 
them away if there are things left she 
should be all right to check the apartment.

She advised she understood.



Ptl. French



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Incident it: 20180223
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
673 3 THIRD ST 


Complainant: PANEZOTT, CHIEF J.T. 231 
S BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 


This officer requested assistance by Salem 
PD officers in securing a residence and 
persons present at the above location , for 
the execution of a search warrant by 
Columbiana County Drug Task Force 
agents All parties present were checked for 
warrants and one subject was taken into 
custody by an Adult Parole officer who was 
also present. 

The below listed arrestee was transported 
to Columbiana County Jail by Ptl. Wirkner 
for Adult Parole. Search of residence was 
conducted by DTF agents with charges 
pending once lab results on evidence is 
completed. 

Ptl. Larosa responded with K9 Argo to 
check a vehicle that was parked at the rear 
of the above location to which he indicated 
on the presence of narcotics odor and the 
vehicle was checked.


Arrestee:
Michael W. Hover Jr.
673 E Third St.
Salem OH 44460
AGE 27
Charge: Parole Violation holder by Adult 
Parole



Det. Sgt. John Scheets



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lncident #: 20180224
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Residential Lockout
354 E THIRD ST

Complainant: SFD, 260 S ELLSWORTH 
AVE SALEM, OH

Report of a residential lockout at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the female subject advised 
that she locked her keys in the residences 
while she was trying to move out because 
has to be out by tomorrow. Entry was 
gained after numerous attempts by the 
female subject to contact her landlord.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20180226
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Check Well Being
1370 S LINCOLN AVE 7


Complainant: CINDY MITCHELL

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant. It was 
confirmed that no one had seen the male 
resident in some time. The males vehicle 
was in the parking lot.

After the complainant knocked several 
times he used the master key unlocking the 
door and officer(s) entered.

Officer(s) did locate the male subject 
sleeping and he was fine. Officer(s) cleared.



Ptl. French


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lncident #: 20180229
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Menacing / Threats 


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY


Officer met with the complainant on station 
along with her male friend where she is 
moving to at this time for a while.

The complainant advised that her daughter 
had given a female subject her phone 
number to contact the male friend in 
reference to the females son who is to be 
staying with the male through Children 
Services until Tuesday, 01-16-18.

The complainant advised the female that 
she should not call her phone and she 
should not have her phone number she did 
not permit it to be given to her.

Words were exchanged between the two of 
the them and the complainant advised that 
she thought the female on the phone was 
coming to the new residence where she is 
moving with the male subject to fight?

Officer advised the complainant officer 
would make contact with the female in 
question.

As officer was letting the complainant out 
the female in question came on station to 
drop off her son to the male subject with the 
complainant.

Words were exchanged by the complainant 
to the female and the female requested an 
officer in the lobby.

Officer went out and brought the female 
inside while the male and complainant left 
having to come back and pick up the male 
juvenile to take him with them.

Children Service case worker was on the 
phone advising they were to meet now in 
the police parking lot and the male take the 
juvenile until the meeting on Tuesday.

The female in question advised that the 
complainant was the aggressor who was 
combative with her she did not say anything 
about coming to Salem to fight.

The complainant and male subject came 
and took the male juvenile with them and 
left the parking lot. The female in question 
was taken back out to the lobby so she 
could leave with out incident.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180232
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
RR Crossing Gate Malfunction
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILRAOD B

Officer responded to the above location and 
found the railroad crossing gates did stay 
down after a train had passed by. The gates 
stayed down at Newgarden, Mullins and S. 
Ellsworth. 

Dispatch contacted Norfolf Southern and 
they advised they would take care of it.

Vehicles were going around the gates while 
they were down.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180217
Date: Friday, Januarv 12.2018
Suspicious Vehicle
BRICKER FARMS


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the dead end of 
Bricker Farms Lane for a report of a 
suspicious vehicle. The complainant 
advised that a vehicle had driven to the 
dead end and shut the lights off. 

Officers did locate the vehicle in question 
which was occupied by four people. Officers 
did smell the scent of marijuana coming 
from the vehicle. A probable cause search 
did yield multiple items of contraband that 
were seized. 

Two adult females were cited with 
Possession of Marijuana and two juveniles 
males were taken into custody for 
Delinquency charges.

The juvenile males were released to 
parents at the scene. The adult females 
were cited and then released to a sober 
driver.



Cited: Miya C Freeze
Address: Ranier Ave Youngstown, OH 
44512 (LKA)
Charge: MM Possession of Marijuana


Cited: Callista G Pyatt
Address: St Rt 558 Columbiana, OH 44408
Charge: MM Possession of Marijuana


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180216
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Theft
490 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: NANCY OWEN

Officer responded to the 400 block of S 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a theft report. 
Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
female complainant who advised that 
someone had taken a bag out of her vehicle 
with her wallet inside of it. The complainant 
advised that the neighbors have security 
cameras and would have them watch it,


this incident is under investigation.


Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180215
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1049 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JOHN RODDEN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a dispute. Complainant advised that things 
are being taken from the residence and 
they believe their 18 yrs old son is taking 
them. Complainant also advised that they 
want the son, who lives there, to leave the 
residence. Complainant was advised of the 
eviction process. 

Officer spoke with the son who advised that 
he has not taken anything from the 
residence without his parents knowledge. 

Officer advised both parties due to the 
conflicting stories, officer advised they could 
fill out statement forms that will be sent for 
review for possible charges.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180214
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers did check on a vehicle in the 
parking lot of Speedway. The owner/driver 
of the vehicle did give consent to search the 
vehicle and purse. Officers did locate a 
controlled substance in the females purse. 

The drugs were seized and will be sent to 
BCI for testing and charges will be filed 
once the drugs are positively identified.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180212
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2345 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Officers responded to the 2300 block of E 
State St in regards to a suspicious vehicle. 
While responding to this incident officer 
observed a vehicle matching the description 
that was given traveling west bound on E 
State St at a high rate of speed. Officer then 
initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle on 
Highland Ave and E State St. 

Upon speaking to the occupants of the 
vehicle it was found that it had been the 
vehicle that was reported suspicious. It was 
found that the driver had went to the gas 
station to get gas and to meet someone that 
he had purchased items off of online. 

The driver of the vehicle was given a 
warning for speed.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180211
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Accident With Injury
765 E THIRD ST


Officer conducted a traffic stop for a 
headlight violation in the area of the above 
location. While making the stop the vehicle 
swerved off the right side of the road and 
struck a telephone pole. 

First responders were called and medical 
treatment was refused by the driver at the 
scene. The driver advised that the light from 
the patrol car scared her causing lose focus 
and strike the pole. The vehicle had 
disabling damage caused to the front 
passenger side tire and was towed by AAA. 

The driver, one Donna Manning, was given 
a citation for Reasonable Control and a 
warning for the headlight violation. Photo's 
were taken and a report number was given 
to the driver.


Cited-
Donna Manning
2332 Lexington Ave
Salem Ohio 44460




Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180210
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A


On 1/11/2018 officers responded to the 
1000 block of N. Ellsworth for a dispute 
amongst juveniles. 

When officer arrived they met with the 
complainant who stated that the other 
parties involved had left the area. The 
complainant stated that he had made a 
rude comment about the suspects girlfriend 
and that the suspect had pushed him. 

Officers advised that a report would be 
made and that if he wished to pursue any 
charges he would need to his parents to 
come with him to Salem Police Station. He 
advised that he understood and officers 
cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180209
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Traffic Signal Malfunction 
166 VINEAVEA

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a stop sign that had been 
damaged. 

Upon arrival, officer located the sign and 
the proper department was contacted to 
repair it.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180208
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Accident Private Property
423 S LUNDY AVE A
SPARKLE MARKET


Unit # 1 Driver / Owner ERIC MCCLEERY 

Unit # 2 Driver / Owner CHARLES IVAN 


Officer responded to Sparkle Market 
parking lot for a motor vehicle accident. Unit 
# 1 backed into Unit # 2. Officer took photos 
of both vehicles. The driver of unit # 1 was 
under the influence of alcohol and was 
placed in custody.

He was transported to the PD, processed, 
and released to a family friend.


Arrested: Eric R. Mccleery
Offense: OVl ORC 4511.19 (A)(l)(A)



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 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 DOB:3-19-86 of 
4940 Grover Dr. Youngstown Ohio 44512
Charge(s): Possession of drug abuse 
instrm., Possession of drug paraphernalia


Arrested: Elizabeth G. Durick DOB:12-23-
80 of 135 Main St. Leetonia Oh 44431
Charge: Carrying Concealed Weapons


Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178871
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
673 E THIRD ST


2935.08 0 Warrant Arrest
2925.11 C3 51 3.03C2 Possession of Drugs 
- marijuana

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a moving violation. 
During the stop officer did smell the scent of 
raw marijuana. The occupants were 
removed and officer did locate a large bag 
of marijuana inside the vehicle. One of the 
occupants was also found to have an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. 

The male was taken into custody for the 
warrant and was also cited for Possession 
of Marijuana. The male was later released 
to the Columbiana Sheriffs Office.


Arrested: Brenston T. Thompkins
Address: 901 Saint George St East 
Liverpool, OH 43920
Charge: Warrant - Felony Vandalism
(MM) Possession of Marijuana



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 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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Friday, January 12, 2018
08:58 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180206
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Crim Damage ' Endangering
411 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Jennings Ave. for a report of possible 
damage to an upstairs apartment door. The 
exterior of the building was secure. Officer 
was not able to gain entry into the building 
to check the door.


Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20180198
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Recovered Property
800 BLOCK OF NEWGARDEN

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Complainant dropped off a license plate 
that she had found in the 800 block of New 
Garden Ave. Reporting officer secured the 
license plate and made contact with the 
owner and advised of its location.


Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20180199
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Recovered Property
300 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY


Complainant: RACHEL  GIFFIN

Complainant stopped at the PDand dropped 
off some money that she had found in the 
300 block of S Broadway.

Reporting officer secured the money until 
claimed by someone.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20180125
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
2124 E STATE ST 
WALGREENS DRUG STORE


Complainant: JOCELYN ECKMAN

Complainant advised she parked her van in 
the lot and was inside the store when 
another customer gave her a license plate 
number (ECM5000) that was witnessed 
backing into her van in the lot. The vehicle 
left with a male driver. She went outside 
and found the other vehicle did leave. 

Officer took photo of the complainant's 
van's rear end alleged damage and later 
followed up with the investigation. Officer 
later determined that both vehicles and 
drivers were there and that unit 2 driver was 
apparently unaware of striking unit 1. 

Driver of unit 2 had admitted to being there 
at about that time. He did show officer the 
vehicle involved and officer and 
owner/driver located damage on the right 
rear bumper area of the Jeep that appeared 
to be fresh. Owner stated that the damage 
was not there before. 

Officer later went and talked with the van 
owner who located some damage on the 
front left of her van which could match the 
damage unit 2 could have done when he 
backed out of his space against the 
building.

Officer took photo of the front of the van, it 
had a small crease dent in the left front and 
the lower plastic piece was slightly off, 
unknown if unit 2 caused all or part of the 
damage. Owner of unit 1 stated that the 
lower front piece was already off slightly but 
more so now after this recent incident. Unit 
2 did apparently strike unit 1 in the front 
corner.

Officer later called each party and advised 
the outcome of the investigation. No party 
was cited for the incident.


Unit 1 Dodge minivan GMA6307, Owner 
MICHAEL ECKMAN 


Unit 2 OIV, Jeep Liberty ECM5000, Owner 
William Delfavaro 



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Incident #: 20180164
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Assist Other Agency
933 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Report of assist the Portage County Sheriffs 
office at the above address. They advised 
to just locate the vehicle (Brown Cadillac 
Deville) and not to make contact they will 
handle it just want to confirm the address. 

Upon arrival, the above vehicle was not at 
the above address at this time and officers 
will check later.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180170
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
200 E SECOND ST A 


Unit#2 Owner DEZHI WANG 


Unit#l Driver BAILEY  SNYDER, Owner 
SNYDER SHAD


The driver of Unit #1 advised that she was 
pulling out of the parking lot of Lease drug 
and was attempting to turn left to go 
northbound on N. Ellsworth Ave. when Unit 
# 2 was pulling out of the Broadway Plaza 
at the same time and they struck each 
other. 

The driver of Unit # 2 advised that he was 
pulling out of the Broadway Plaza 
attempting to go North on N.Ellsworth when 
Unit # 1 struck his vehicle. 

Minor damage was observed to the left rear 
of Unit # 2 and minor damage was 
observed to the front right of Unit # 1.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180180
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Harassment 
275 PENN AVE 

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
Penn Ave for a report of a suspicious 
person / harassment. 

On arrival officers located the person in 
question and spoke with him. The man 
stated that he was in the area gathering 
signatures so that he could run for public 
office. Officers advised the man of the 
complaint apologised for the problem and 
stated that he would move on. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180183
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Harassment
354 E THIRD ST

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block East 
3rd St for a report of harassment. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone known to her has been driving by 
her residence and flipping her off. Officers 
advised the complainant of the options for 
dealing with the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180188
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
1335 CLEVELAND ST 


While on patro,l officer observed a known 
male subject with an active warrant. The 
warrant was confirmed and the subject was 
taken into custody. The subject was 
transported to this station for the booking 
process and later released to CCSO.


Arressted: Joshua J. Gatewood
AGE 27
378.5 E. 4th St
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge - Warrant



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180189
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Traffic Offense

On 1/10/2018 officers conducted a traffic 
stop for an equipment violation. Upon 
talking to the driver officers asked for 
consent to search the vehicle. The driver 
stated that officers could search the vehicle. 

Nothing was located in the vehicle and the 
driver was given a verbal warning for the 
equipment violation.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180190
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Suspicious Person
855 W STATE ST 
RESTAURANT


While on patrol officer was advised of a 
suspicious person in the 800 block of W 
State St. Officer did make contact with the 
male who was at a local business. The 
male was sent on his way and officer 
cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180192
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Loud Persons
346 W WILSON ST

Complainant: ASHLEY BADDELEY

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Wilson in regards to a loud persons 
complaint. The complainant advised that 
there were multiple males in the alleyway 
behind her house yelling. 

Officers located the subjects and advised 
them of the complaint. They advised that 
they were just walking home from a friends 
house and horse playing.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180193
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / VINE AVE


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for a moving violation. During 
the stop, K9 Argo did alert to narcotic odor 
but nothing of significance was located. The 
driver was given a written warning for the 
offense.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180194
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1872 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officers responded to the 1800 block of E 
State St for a dispute at a business. The 
manager of the business advised several 
subjects had come through the drive 
through when the business was closed. The 
subject yelled obscenities into the business 
and punched a window. 

No damage was done to the building but 
the manager wanted the subjects criminally 
trespassed. The employee also stated that 
she believed the driver was intoxicated.

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the vehicle. The manager was 
advised to contact the PD if the subjects 
returned to have the subjects trespassed 
from the business.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180195
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Ambulance Needed 
COURT DR K

While making a routine check of the 
park,officer located a vehicle parked by the 
tennis court with a male subject asleep 
inside. Subject was awakened and he 
stated that he had been feeling light headed 
and pulled into the park. 

Due to the subject being diabetic, the first 
responders and ambulance were contacted. 
Subject's blood sugar was taken several 
times and was found to be elevated, but he 
refused treatment. The vehicle was left 
legally parked and he was given a ride to a 
relatives house.



Lt. Shafer



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Thursday, January 11, 2018
08:42 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180187
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
1526 SOUTHEAST BLVD

A second call of a distraught female. 
Female wanted to wander into the street 
and harm herself. 

Upon arrival officer found the female inside 
and crying. She requested help and was 
asked if she wanted to go to the hospital 
which she said yes. She was not taking her 
medicine or eating as she should. An EMT 
ambulance was sent and she went 
voluntarily without incident. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180184
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
1526 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Officer(s) responded to the 1500 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a report of a distraught 
person. On arrival officers spoke with the 
person who stated that there would not be 
any further problems and they were going 
to be calm for remainder of the evening. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180186
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Speak To Officer
483 E FOURTH ST 

Complainant: THOMAS WILKENS

On 1/10/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 400 block of E. Fourth St. for a report. 
When officers arrived they spoke to the 
complainant who advised he would like a 
report on file because he lost his keys to his 
vehicle.

Officers advised that a report would be 
made and that he needed to contact Salem 
Police Department if he found them. 
Officers also advised that he should keep 
any valuables out of his vehicle until he 
found his keys or changed his locks.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180175
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
North Ellsworth for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been traveling south 
in the 300 block of North Ellsworth when it 
was struck by unit # 2. Unit # 2 had been 
traveling west on East 3rd St when the 
driver stopped fro the stop sign at the 
intersection of East 3rd St and North 
Ellsworth.

The driver of unit # 2 then proceeded into 
the intersection and struck unit # 2 in the 
side. 

There were no reported injuries and both 
vehicles were driven from the scene. 

The driver of unity # 2 was cited for F.T.Y. at 
a Intersection.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Nathan Ring
vehicle / 2006 Hyundai


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / John Rodden
vehicle / 2017 Jeep



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180179
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
100 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN

Officers were made aware of a female that 
had an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. The female was located in a vehicle 
and a traffic stop was initiated in the 100 
block of S. Lincoln Ave. 

The female was placed into custody and 
transported to Salem PD for processing. 
The female was then released to CCSO.


Arrested: Bobbi Jo Fisher AGE: 39, 34649 
Walnut Rdg Salineville, OH 43945
Warrant / FTA



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180176
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
260 S ELLSWORTH AVE 

Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE 260 S 
ELLSWORTH AVE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers located two subjects 
that were involved in a verbal dispute over a 
near accident. Both sides calmed down and 
apologized prior to departing the area.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180178
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Runaway / Missing 
925 E FIFTH ST 

Complainant: BOBBI JO FISHER,  
SALINEVILLE, OH 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location to check for a missing juvenile. 
Prior to arriving, the complainant pulled next 
to this officer and advised she learned her 
son was not in Salem. The complainant 
advised she was enroute to the Rogers 
Ohio area to check for him.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180169
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Intoxicated Person 
1995 E STATE ST A -



Police responded to the 1900 block of E. 
State St for an elderly male walking in the 
roadway. When officers arrived contact was 
made with the subject. While speaking with 
the subject officers could smell a strong 
odor of alcohol. The subject was given a 
transport back to his residence.


Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180171
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Solicitor(s) 
1166 CLEVELAND ST

Officer responded to the above area in 
reference to a solicitor. The solicitor was 
gone upon officer's arrival.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180173
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Suspicious Activity
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD 208
MOTEL

Complainant: LEANNE SKIBA

Officers were dispatched to the Holiday Inn 
Express, in the 200 block of N Cunningham 
Rd, in reference to suspicious activity. 

Complainant advised that a male subject, 
who had been staying in the hotel since 
January 4, 2018, was causing a disturbance 
by pounding on the walls. Complainant 
advised that they attempted contact with the 
male several times, but he would not 
respond. Officers responded to the hotel 
room and made contact with the subject, 
who was found to be in need of medical 
attention, and officers observed the room to 
be in disarray.

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene. The male was 
subsequently transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT for 
evaluation. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Wednesday, January 10, 2018
07:33 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180168
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
521 E SIXTH ST


Unit #1: 2006 Jeep SW Commander Silver 
in color
Owner: Victor Chuck 1750 Harrison Ave 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Allee M. Davidson Chuck 1750 
Harrison Ave Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: 2004 Dodge 4s Intrepid Silver in 
color
Owner/Operator: Mark Glenn Negad 
Alcuetas 551 E. 6th St Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was east bound on E. 6th St 
passing #521 when Unit #2 heading west 
bound on E. 6th attempted to make a left 
hand turn into the drive way at 551 E. 6th 
St. Unit #1 attempted to avoid striking Unit 
#2 but the right front of both Unit(s) was hit. 
No injuries reported at time of crash. No 
Unit (s) towed.

OwnerIOperator of Unit #2 was cited for 
Improper Turning 331.10 and given a court 
date of Thursday, 01-18-18 at 8:30 A.M. for 
the Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180170
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
200 E SECOND ST A 
GEZOs PIZZA


Unit#2 2009 AUDI SW BLK, Owner DEZHl 
WANG 
 
Unit#l 2003 MNNl HB BLU, Driver BAILEY 
SNYDER, Owner SHAD SNYDER 


The driver of Unit #1 advised that she was 
pulling out of the parking lot of Lease drug 
and attempting to turn left to go northbound 
on N. Ellsworth Ave. when Unit#2 was 
pulling out of the Broadway Plaza at the 
same time and they struck each other. The 
driver of Unit#2 advised that he was pulling 
out of the Broadway Plaza attempting to go 
North on N.Ellsworth when Unit#l struck his 
vehicle. 

Minor damage was observed to the left rear 
of Unit#2 and minor damage was observed 
to the front right of Unit#l.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180164
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Assist Other Agency
933 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: BOUGHNER, DET 

Report of assist the Portage County Sheriffs 
office at the above address. They advised 
to just locate the vehicle (Brown Cadillac 
Deville) and not to make contact they will 
handle it just want to confirm the address. 

Upon arrival, the above vehicle was not at 
the above address at this time and officers 
will check later.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20180165
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1270 CEDAR RIDGE DR D

Complainant: YOUNG, LT 

Officer went with Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Department to check on residents 
who had active warrants for their arrest 
through out the City.

Check numerous residences and was 
unable to locate some they then decided to 
check an area out side the City.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180166
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Accidental Damage
2209 MERLE RD

Complainant: BRIAN HENDERSON

Report of accidental damage at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that the 
home owners dog had busted the front 
window of the residence when the mail man 
dropped off a package. Home owner was 
contacted, she responded to the residence 
and this officer cleared without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180167
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018


Complainant: JOHN WADE

A male subject came to the Police Dept in 
reference a juvenile complainant. The 
complainant advised a juvenile stayed at his 
residence then did not return. The juvenile 
did not wish to return to the complainants 
residence or his own. The complainant 
advised the mother of the juvenile has been 
sending him messages and he would like 
her to stop.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180158
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Debris In Roadway
973 ORCHARD BEND DR

Complainant: Barbara Hans

Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Orchard Bend Dr in reference to debris in 
the roadway. Complainant advised that she 
found, what she believed to be, a broken 
piece of a plow blade at the front of her 
residence. The debris was disposed of and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180159
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Traffic Offense


Officer on patrol in the area of W. State 
Street and Sharp Avenue observed a 
vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. 
Officer conducted a traffic stop with the 
vehicle and made contact with the driver 
who was found to have an expired drivers 
license. During the traffic stop the driver 
advised that officers could search his 
person and his vehicle. A search was 
conducted and nothing illegal was found. 
The driver was issued a citation for 
excessive speed and expired drivers 
license. The mother of the driver responded 
to drive the vehicle and provide the driver a 
ride.


Cited: Michael John Lawrence Blankenship 
6 Kevin Drive Alliance, Ohio 44601 (AGE 
21)
Speed 44/25
Expired Drivers License (April 2017)



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180160
Date: Monday, Januaw 8.2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PROSPECT 900 BLOCK A
PAR K PLAYGROUND

On 1/8/2018 officers observed a brown in 
color Acura sitting stationary in Kelly Park 
after hours. Officers made contact with the 
registered owner and his wife who were 
playing with their dog by the baseball field 
and advised them both of park hours. Both 
subjects understood and then entered their 
vehicle and cleared shortly after. 

Once the vehicle and both subjects cleared 
with their dog officers did as well without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180161
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
408 FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: MICHAEL PLEGGE

On 1/9/2018 officers were dispatched to the 
400 block of Franklin Street in regards to a 
driver who supposedly hit the complainants 
house. 

Upon officers arrival it was discovered that 
the driver of the vehicle was attempting to 
go up a hill on an alleyway to park her 
vehicle behind her house located on S 
Broadway Ave, lost traction while driving 
her vehicle up the hill, and slide backwards 
into a rock near the complainant's house. 
The female subject driving the vehicle lived 
two houses down the road on S Broadway 
Ave and caused no damage to any property 
nor did her vehicle receive any damage in 
the process of sliding into the rock.

Officers then pushed the vehicle out. Once 
the female driver made it back home and 
parked her vehicle all officers on scene then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180162
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Structure Fire
605 S ELLSWORTH AVE A

Complainant: ALARM, INTERFACE 

Officers responded to the 600 block of S. 
Ellsworth Avenue for a report of a structure 
fire at a business. Officers observed 
numerous employees outside of the 
business who advised there was a fire 
inside. 

The Fire Department responded and 
officers provided traffic control. Officers 
cleared once no longer needed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Tuesday, January 09, 2018
08:31 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180146
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
275 PENN AVE
US POST OFFICE 


Unit #1:  2014 Ford 4s Red in color
Owner/Operator: Billy Blackburn 1431 
Franklin Ave, Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2003 GMC TK White in color, 
Owner: Hephner Lawn Care 40904 Cherry 
Fork Rd Leetonia, Ohio 44431
Operator: Joshua Sitko 541 5 Kuszmaulau 
NW Warren, Ohio 44483



Unit #1 was south bound on Penn in the 
200blk when Unit #2 which was 
plowinglsalting a private parking lot backed 
out towards the road way striking #1 in the 
right rear door/quarter area with it's rear. 
Visible damage to Unit #1 no visible 
damage to Unit #2.

No Unit (s) towed. No injuries reported at 
time of crash.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180155
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Neighbor Dispute
354 E THIRD ST

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officers responded to the 300 block of E. 
3rd St for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant stated that her neighbor was 
smoking Marijuana. 

While on scene officers did not smell any 
odor of Marijuana. The complainant also 
advised that three days ago several 
subjects were at the residence smoking 
Marijuana but the complainant never called 
Police.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180154
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Menacing / Threats
313 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and checked for a group of people with 
baseball bats trying to go after people in a 
white colored jeep.

Refer to report #20180152 with subjects 
and a white jeep that a male got out of and 
a fight had taken place.

Officer(s) checked the area and could not 
locate the Jeep and or the subjects. 
Officer(s) cleared.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180152
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Fight
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON ST

Police responded to the area of W. Wilson 
and S. Howard for a fight that had occurred. 
When officers arrived the group of subjects 
involved stated that a physical dispute had 
taken place with a male subject in a white 
Jeep. The subjects stated that the male 
exited the Jeep and punches were 
exchanged with a few of the subjects. 

The subjects advised no one has ever seen 
the driver of the Jeep before. Earlier officers 
observed the same subjects yelling at on 
coming traffic. Further investigation 
pending.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180150
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation Ilncident
400 B LOCK OF E EUCLID ST 

Report of a vehicle parked in a no parking 
zone in the area of the above location. 
Contact was made with a resident and he 
was going to have the owner move the 
vehicle.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180149
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Possible Scam
500 E FOURTH ST 410

Complainant: LAURA GRAHOVAC,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 

Officer talked with the complainant via land 
line phone who advised she had some 
concern for her aunt who resides in the City.

The complainant/niece felt that another 
female was taking advantage of her aunt 
who has dementia and has never had any 
children. The aunt now is calling this female 
her daughter and is buying things for her 
along with supposedly a charge card from 
Sam's Club opened in her name with 
$2,000.00 owed on it.

The complainant advised that she had 
made contact with the prosecutors office 
and was advised to file a complaint then fax 
the report to them.

The complainant also advised she has tried 
numerous times to get adult protective 
services involved but they have not 
responded to her requests.

Officer advised that the report would be 
faxed to them also then.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180148
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1400 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN

While on patrol this officer observed an 
accident in the above area, the accident 
was found to be in Perry Twp

They were called to handle the accident 
and this officer did provide traffic control 
until the roadway cleared to get traffic 
through.



Ptl.R.Miller



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Incident #: 20180145
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Dog At Large
919 JEFFERSON AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

A newspaper carrier located a dog running 
loose at the above location. Officer 
responded and took possession of the 
animal. The owner contacted this 
department shortly after advising that her 
dog was missing. 

Officer responded to her residence and 
dropped the dog off.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180144
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Theft 
462 ASH ST


Complainant: ZOElE JONES

Officers responded to the above location for 
a theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated that over this last 
weekend a male and female stayed at their 
residence. This morning the complainant 
noticed their debit card and some cash was 
taken from the residence, the matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180157
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Fight 
465 NEWGARDEN AVE A 


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
in reference to a possible fight getting ready 
to start.

Upon further investigation it was found that 
a hat that had been lost was found by the 
ex of a female who was contacted to come 
an pick it up by the new girlfriend.

An argument broke out with a person 
believing that one male had a firearm which 
he denied saying it was his phone.

The female got her damaged hat back and 
was advised to contact her local police 
department over any threats of the ex 
coming there.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180156
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Drug Over Dose

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E Third St, along with the Salem Fire 
Department First Responders, in regards to 
a drug overdose. 

Upon arrival, first responders found the 
subject to be unresponsive in the 
passenger seat of a vehicle behind the 
residence. First responders administered a 
dose of Narcan, which resulted in the 
subject becoming responsive. A hypodermic 
needle was located on the subject's seat 
inside the vehicle and seized. 

The subject was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG 
Ambulance.

Officer responded to the hospital and 
served the subject with the proper immunity 
paper work from the Columbiana county 
Prosecutor's Office. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20180132
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Civil Matter

Complainant: ANTOINETTE BUTERA

Officer spoke with a complainant on station 
who wanted officers to escort her on a civil 
standby and enforce a custody agreement. 
Officer advised the female we would escort 
her due to the possibility of violence, but 
officers would not force any issues 
regarding custody as they were civil 

The female was advised to contact her 
attorney for custody exchange violations as 
they were not a criminal matter. Officer 
cleared after being hung up on.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180134
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 1/7/2018 an anonymous called noticed 
the Salem Police department that vehicles 
were parked near the curve on E. Euclid 
St.. When officer arrived no parking they did 
not see any parking violations near the 
curve, but did see a vehicle parked to far off 
the curb. The vehicle was given a parking 
citation for the offense.



Ptl. Connolly


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Incident #: 20180135
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Suspicious Activity
S BROADWAY AVE / E EUCLID 

On 1/7/2018 officers noticed a vehicle 
parked in an odd location off the road way 
near the train tracks on S. Broadway Ave. 
and E. Euclid St. 

Officers made contact with the driver of the 
vehicle and asked if everything was all right. 
The driver stated that she and he husband 
had been at odds with each other and left 
the house to clear her mind. The driver 
stated that everything was fine she was just 
coming down to the area to watch the 
trains.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180136
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Dogt at Large 
286 W WILSON ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 block of W. 
Wilson St. for a report of a dog at large . 
Officer was able to locate the owner of the 
dog. Officer gave the owner of the dog a 
verbal warning for dog at large.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180137
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Deliver Message
181 N HOWARD AVE

On 1/7/2018 officer were dispatched to the 
100 block of N. Howard Ave to attempt to 
make contact with a male whose cousin 
was refusing medical services. Once on 
scene contact was made with the male and 
he was notified of the situation. The male 
stated that he would head over to his 
cousins house and attempt to convince his 
family member to go to the hospital.


Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180139
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: JOHN WADE

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that his 17 year 
old cousin was staying at his house and his 
mother, who has custody of him wanted him 
to return home. Officer advised the 
complainant of possible charges he could 
face if he didn't return the child home.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180140
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Assist Perrv Police

Complainant: PERRY, TWP 

K9 Simon was requested by Perry Twp. PD 
for a K9 free air sniff of a vehicle at Goshen 
Rd. and Pine Lake Rd.

K9 Simon was deployed and did not show 
alert behavior nor did he indicate to the 
presence of narcotic odor.

Officers cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber


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Incident #: 20180141
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Accident Private Property
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A 
COMMUNITY CENTER


Unit#l Owner/Driver MAGGIE HANK , 185 
W 16TH ST SALEM, OH


Unit#2 Owner/Driver DUSTIN 
GREENAWALT , 22180 HARTLEY RD 
ALLIANCE, OH


On 1/7/2018 officers were dispatched to the 
CenterPlex for a private property crash. 
Once on scene officers located the 
vehicles. The driver of Unit#2 stated that he 
was pulling out of his parking spot and 
stuck Unit#l which was parked beside his 
vehicle. 

No citations were issued due to it being a 
private property crash but the driver of 
Unit#2 was advised he was at fault. Unit#l 
was towed by Sinsleys Towing.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 201 80142
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
637 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Woodland Ave for a suspicious vehicle. The 
complainant advised the vehicle had the 
lights on for over an hour sitting in a 
driveway. 

Officers made contact with the driver and 
passenger of the vehicle. The passenger 
advised he is staying at the residence and 
they were about to leave to go to a friend's 
house.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180143
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
279 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the 200 block of N 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a 911 hang up 
call. Officers arrived on scene and checked 
the residence where the call was supposed 
to be coming from but officers were unable 
to make contact with anyone at the 
residence.


Ptl C Walla



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Monday, January 08, 2018
07:30 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180127
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Unit #1, 2017 TOY0 Corrolla SIL, Driver / 
Owner DARLA BLAKE , SEBRING, OH

Unit #2, 2012 JEEP SW SIL, Driver MARY 
ANN WIKE, Owner DOUGLAS WlKE 


Officer responded to a crash with no injury 
in the 800 block of Pennsylvania Ave. 

Officer arrived and after an investigation 
found a 2017 Toyota silver in color failed to 
yield from a private drive as it pulled on to 
Pennsylvania Ave. Both vehicles suffered 
minor damage and driven from scene.



Cited: Darla K. Blake Age 42 of 165 W. 
Oregon Ave. Sebring
Charge: FTY Private drive CCMC date of 1-
22-18


Ptl. M. Garber


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Incident #: 20180112
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST


Unit#l , 2014 CHEV Cruze, Driver / Owner 
MAKENZI WILKES 

Unit#2, No ins. provided, 2009 NlSS Altima 
SIL, Driver PATRICK CROUSE,   Owner 
McCLELLAN BRANDY 

Officers responded to the intersection of 
Sharp and W Wilson for a report of a motor 
vehicle accident. 

Officers arrived and found that Unit#l was 
traveling south bound on Sharp when it 
struck Unit#2 which was traveling east 
bound on W Wilson.

Unit#2 failed to yield at a stop sign and was 
cited for the stop sign offense. 

The driver and passenger of Unit#l did 
report injury and the driver was later 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG. 

Sinsleys did tow Unit#2 from the scene and 
AAA did tow Unit#l.



Ptl R Connolly



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Incident #: 20180113
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Accident With Injury
CUNNINGHAM RD / E STATE ST


Unit # 1, 2003 CHEV Cavalier RED, Driver/ 
Dolly Didonna Owner DARREN KYSER 

Unit # 2, 2009 JEEP Grand Ch WHI, Driver 
/ RO Owner ALLlE BENTON 


Officers responded to E.State St. and 
Cunningham RD. for a motor vehicle 
accident with no injuries reported. 

Upon arriving the driver of unit # 1 advised 
officer she was not feeling well. FD and 
EMT were dispatched. The driver of unit # 1 
was transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT. 

The driver of unit # 1 failed to stop before 
hitting the rear of unit # 2. The driver of unit 
# 1 was cited for ACDA.


Cited: Dolly M. Didonna
AGE 50
Offense: ACDA ORC 4511.21A



Ptl.J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180121
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Speak To Officer 
375 E FIFTH ST 1 W 

Complainant: BRADLEY ROSZLER

Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer about an issue he was having with 
his neighbor. The complainant advised he 
lives in an apartment and the neighbor 
upstairs stomps his feet. Complainant was 
advised to inform his landlord.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180123
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
355 ROOSEVELT AVE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with a couple 
that stated they were involved in a verbal 
dispute. Both sides agreed to keep their 
distance and speak at a later time.



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 2018 0124
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Suspicious Odor 
226 VINE AVE 7

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of a 
suspicious odor. 

Upon arrival, the complainant expressed 
her concern and the information will be 
forwarded to the appropriate agency. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20180129
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Ambulance Needed


Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a female walking on E. 
Pershing St. near the PD in a tank top and 
no shoes. The female subject advised 
officers that she was walking to the hospital 
and made threats to harm herself. The 
female subject was voluntarily transported 
to Salem Regional Medical by KLG.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 2018 0130
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Assault
E THIRD ST

Complainant: CORY RITTENOUR

Officer responded to the 800 block of E. 
Third St. to take a report of an assualt that 
took place. The complainant advised officer 
that a known male subject punched him in 
the face. The complainant did have injuries 
and refused treatment from EMT. Officer 
took photos of the injuries. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180107
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
W STATE 400 TO 600 BLOCK
SALEM CRANMER BRIDGE


Unit # 1, 2013 HOND SW WHI, 
Owner/Driver JANET MCDONNELL 


Officers responded to W. State St. on the 
bridge for a single car motor vehicle 
accident. The driver of Unit # 1 was 
travelling Eastbound on W. State St. The 
driver failed to control her vehicle, went left 
of center into the Westbound lane and 
ended up on the sidewalk. 

The driver of the vehicle was cited for 
Failure To Control. The driver appeared to 
be suffering a medical situation and was 
transported to Salem ER to be evaluated.


Cited: Janet L. Mcdonell
AGE 57
Offense: Failure To Control



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180109
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Check Well Being
413 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 1/6/2018 officers were dispatched to the 
400 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a welfare 
check on a dog left outside in the cold. 
When officers arrived they made contact 
with the owner who was in the process of 
bringing the dog inside. Officers advised the 
compliant that due to the cold weather it 
wouldn't be a good idea to leave the dog 
outside for extended periods of time. 

The owner stated that he would keep the 
dog inside. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180108
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Person To Be Removed
514 E STATE ST

Complainant: RACHAEL 

On 1/6/2018 officers responded to a 
disorderly male inside Dollar General. 
When officers arrived on scene the male 
subject was standing outside of Dollar 
General. Offices spoke with the store 
manager who explained the argument was 
over use of a restroom. The business 
wished for the male to be trespassed and 
he was advised of such.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180120
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Open Burning
555 N LINCOLN AVE

While on patrol officer observed a bon fire 
that appeared to be unattended. Officer 
stopped and made contact with two males 
outside at the residence. Officer advised 
them to extinguish the fire before entering 
the residence for the evening.



Ptl D. Young



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Incident #: 20180115
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH 01L

Officer spoke with a complainant regarding 
a theft in the 900 block of E State St. The 
complainant advised that someone pumped 
$10.01 worth of gasoline before leaving 
without rendering payment. A report number 
was issued.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180116
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Check Well Being
325 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Pershing St for a well being check for a 
male walking in the middle of the roadway. 
Officers located the male who appeared to 
be intoxicated and he stated he was 
walking home to avoid fighting with his 
sister. Due to the weather the male was 
placed in the rear of a cruiser to keep warm 
and a taxi was called to the scene to take 
him to his residence. 

The male subject was given a public 
intoxication warning and then given a ride 
home by the taxi company.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180117
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

K9 Simon was requested by OSP Post 15 
on a traffic stop in Washingtonville on 
Washingtonville Rd. 

K9 Simon was deployed and did indicate to 
the presence of narcotics. OSP Post 15 
recovered contraband from the vehicle and 
officer cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180119
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Traffic Offense
228 VINE AVE 

While on patrol officer 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 indicate to narcotic odor. 

A probable cause search of the vehicle and 
a very small quantity of paraphernalia was 
located. The driver was cited for Driving 
under non compliance suspension and 
Sinsleys did tow the vehicle aft the 
registered owner could not be reached. 

The owner of the vehicle will be issued a 
citation for Wrongful Entrustment.


Cited: Charles R. Courtney III
AGE 32
Address: 228 Vine St Apt. 16 Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: DUS - Non Compliance



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180118
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Suspicious Person
2586 E STATE ST A 

Officer on patrol contacted a subject 
walking in the 2500 block of E State St., in 
the roadway and intoxicated, who was not 
appropriately dressed for the weather. The 
subject stated he was walking to a local 
establishment that had been closed for 
hours. 

Officers provided transportation back to the 
hotel he was staying at and a citation for 
open container was issued. The subject 
was advised if he returned outside the hotel 
he would be arrested for disorderly conduct. 
Officers cleared.


Cited: Jeffrey R. Hamilton DOB:7-14-83 of 
101 Cliffside Dr., Monroeville PA
Charge: Open container CCMC date of 1-9-
18


Ptl. M. Garber



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Sunday, January 07, 2018
02:45 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180079
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Assist Perry Police
410 BENTON RD


While in the 400 block of Benton Rd. officer 
observed a heated verbal domestic dispute 
outside a residence in Perry Twp. between 
a male and female. Officer made contact 
with the subjects, separated them and had 
dispatch notify a Perry Twp. Officer to 
respond. 

Upon arrival, of the Perry Twp. officer I 
stood by while he conducted and 
investigation and cleared a short time later 
without incident.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180084
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
1000 BLOCK OF PARK AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
Park Ave for a reported 9-11 hang up call. 
On arrival officers checked the area and 
could not locate any type of disturbance. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180085
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Person To Be Removed
182 WASHINGTON AVE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a person to be 
removed. 

Upon arrival, the matter was found to be 
civil. While speaking with the involved, a 
female made threats of harming herself. 
Medical Personal was requested and the 
female was transported to Salem ER for an 
evaluation.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180086
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Ambulance Needed
441 N LINCOLN AVE dwn

Officers responded with the FD to the 400 
block of North Lincoln for a reported 
medical emergency. 

On arrival offices stood by while the FD and 
a ambulance crew attended to the person in 
question. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180091
Date: Friday, January 5, 2018
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 she had a 
package delivered on the 28th of Dec. and 
it was gone when she went to bring it in.


Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20180092
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
1426 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: LORI BEIGHT

Officer responded to the 1400 block of 
SouthEast Blvd. for a report of an unruly 
juvenile. The complainant advised officer 
that her 17 year old granddaughter was 
over visiting and refused to leave. Officer 
advised the granddaughter that she had to 
leave the residence if her grandmother 
wanted her to.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180102
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Theft
165 W FOURTH ST

Complainant: JOHN FULLUM

Complainant advised that they had ordered 
items via the internet that they should have 
received. Upon the complainant calling the 
postal service they advised that the USPS 
tracker showed the item had been delivered 
to the above listed address on 12-27-2017. 
Complainant advised that they did not 
receive the package that was valued at 
$60.00.



Sgt. John Scheets



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Incident #: 20180103
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Dog at Large
649 PROSPECT ST

Complainant: NICHOLAS GOOD

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Prospect St in regards to a dog at large. 
Complainant advised of a black lab with a 
white face that has been coming onto his 
property. Officers made contact with the 
humane officer who advised that she is 
aware of the dog, which has been living on 
her property for a while, but she hasn't been 
able to catch it yet. Officer was also unable 
to catch the dog. Officer cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180104
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2401 E STATE ST A
GROCERY

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 2400 block 
of E State St in regards to a shop lifting 
report from Giant Eagle.

Complainant advised of two males and one 
female that had left the store with a 
package of meat without rendering proper 
payment. 

Complainant also advised that after leaving 
the store, they fled the area in a black 
Mazda SUV and provided officers with 
license plate number. 

Officers searched the area, but were unable 
to locate the vehicle. The matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180106
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Check Well Being
1125 E STATE ST

Officer observed a juvenile in the 1100 
block of E State St. not wearing proper 
attire. Officer stopped and assisted the 
juvenile, making sure he had a ride home. 
Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180089
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
615 N UNION AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 600 block of N. 
Union Ave. for a report of a disabled 
vehicle. Officer stood by with the driver of 
the vehicle until AAA arrived and towed the 
vehicle.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180101
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
364 FAlR AVE

Report of a water line break in the 300 
block of Fair Ave. Officer drove by to 
confirm and the water department was 
advised. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180095
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Check Well Being
156 OHIO AVE 13


On 01/05/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 100 block of Ohio Ave. for a welfare 
check on a male subject.

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the male who had a warrant out for his 
arrest. The male was placed into custody 
and transported to Salem Police 
Department for booking. While on station 
during the secondary search a small plastic 
bag with an unknown white residue was 
located in the subjects pocket, and will be 
sent to BCI for testing. The male was then 
handed over to Columbiana County Sheriffs 
for transport to Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested:
Roger A. Devine
AGE 60
409 Washington St.
Salem OH, 44460
Charge , Warrant



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180091
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Theft
426 OHlO 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 she had a 
package delivered on the 28th of Dec. and 
it was gone when she went to bring it in.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180092
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
1426 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: LORI BEIGHT

Officer responded to the 1400 block of 
SouthEast Blvd. for a report of an unruly 
juvenile. The complainant advised officer 
that her 17 year old granddaughter was 
over visiting and refused to leave. Officer 
advised the granddaughter that she had to 
leave the residence if her grandmother 
wanted her to.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180100
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
821 E STATE ST 

While on patrol, officer located a female 
sitting on a bench outside the library, which 
was closed. Officer made contact with the 
female who was known to have an active 
warrant out of this county. The warrant was 
confirmed and the female was taken into 
custody, transported to this station for the 
booking process and later released to 
CCSO.


Arrested-Bobbi S. Crookston
LKA- 242 Mathews Rd
Boardman Ohio, 44512
Charge-Warrant



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180098
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Check Well Being
362 NEWGARDEN AVE A

Complainant: SCOTT MCCARPNEY

Officers responded to the above location for 
a well being check. Complainant called and 
advised they haven't heard from an 
employee that left work early due to illness. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
subject in question, who stated he is ill and 
on his was to the hospital to receive 
medical treatment.



Ptl. D. Young


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Saturday, January 06, 2018
08:38 AM -0500

Incident #: 201 80080
Date: Friday, January 5, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
1892 E STATE ST
McDONALDs

Complainant: REBECCA

Driver TRENT BARTOLOTTI,  2003 CHEV 
TK WHI, Owner Miller Products


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a hit/skip accident. 
Upon arrival, an employee advised a white 
box truck damaged to security cameras 
while in the drive thru. 

Officer did contact the business and was 
advised the driver was unaware that he 
struck anything. The business did provide 
all pertinent information for the report.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180081
Date: Fridav. Januarv 5.2018
Person To Be Removed
S ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: SALEM SECURITY, 
STORAGE

Officer(s) responded to the 1200 block of 
South Ellsworth for a report of a person to 
be removed. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. It was determined to be a dispute 
over civil issue. One of the parties involved 
left the area without incident. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180082
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Recovered Property
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST 

Complainant: MARYANN GREIER

Complainant on station to turn in a set of 
keys found at the above stated location. 
Keys will be placed into this department's 
lost/found until claimed by the owner.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180083
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Person To Be Removed
182 WASHINGTON AVE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a person to be 
removed. 

Upon arrival, the matter was found to be 
civil. While speaking with the involved, a 
female made threats of harming herself. 
Medical Personal was requested and the 
female was transported to Salem ER for an 
evaluation.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180086
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Ambulance Needed 
441 N LINCOLN AVE dwn

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 400 
block of North Lincoln for a reported 
medical emergency. 

On arrival offices stood by while the FD and 
a ambulance crew attended to the person in 
question. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180089
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
615 N UNION AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 600 block of N. 
Union Ave. for a report of a disabled 
vehicle. Officer stood by with the driver of 
the vehicle until AAA arrived and towed the 
vehicle.


Ptl Brooks


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lncident #: 20180091
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
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 she had a 
package delivered on the 28th of Dec. and 
it was gone when she went to bring it in.



Ptl. J.Brook



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Incident #: 20180072
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Speak To Officer
345 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officer spoke with a male complainant who 
came on station to report possible illegal 
activity. Information was collected and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180074
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Check Well Being
551 WASHINGTON AVE

Officers responded to 551 Washington Ave. 
to check the welfare of a three month old. 

Upon arrival, at the residence officer made 
contact with the home owners of the 
residence and they advised they were the 
only two at the residence and that there 
was no infant child at the residence. 
Officers checked the residence and found 
nobody else inside. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180075
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Animal Complaint
631 PROSPECT ST

Complainant: SUE DAVIDSON

Police responded to the 600 block of 
Prospect St for an animal complaint. The 
complainant advised a dog has been 
outside barking for some time. Officers 
drove through the area multiple times. The 
animal was unable to be heard or observed.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180076
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Suspicious Activity
840 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: ROBERT HALL

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
W Pershing St in reference to suspicious 
activity. Complainant advised of a maroon 
vehicle parked in the parking lot of an 
apartment building with four male subjects 
inside.

Upon arrival, officers made contact with 
three males inside the vehicle. They 
advised that they were sitting in the vehicle 
because they were picking up one of the 
males from Dunkin Donuts to give him a 
ride home. 

Due to officers being familiar with one of the 
male's past drug history, officers asked for 
consent to search the vehicle.

The driver denied officers consent to search 
and officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180077
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1144 E PERSHING ST

On 1/4/2017 officers responded to the 1100 
block of E Pershing in regards to a 
domestic dispute. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to both the 
female and male subjects involved in the 
incident. Upon speaking with the female 
half it was discovered that she had been 
pushed into a wall by her boyfriend and 
suffered a bump on the top of her head. 
The female subject then showed officers a 
hole in the wall where she claimed she hit 
with her head when her boyfriend pushed 
her.

Officers then spoke with the male half, 
Robert E Echols, in regards to the incident 
who continuously denied that he had a 
physical fight with the female half despite 
seeing the hole in the wall and being 
advised about the bump on the female's 
head. Officers then placed Echols under 
arrest for domestic violence and was then 
transported back to the police station for 
processing. 

Once everything was done at the station 
Echols was then transported to Columbiana 
County Jail and released over to the 
corrections officers custody.


Arrested: Robert E Echols
AGE 47
Address: 1144 E Pershing Salem OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (ORC: 2919.25 
A)



Ptl. D. Miller



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lncident #: 20180078
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1135 E PERSHING ST

Officer on patrol in the 1100 block of E 
State St observed a vehicle parked behind 
a business with the lights out and three 
females inside. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact and 
advised them of the complaint. The driver 
advised that she would move the vehicle to 
another location.

 After the three females were identified, 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180079
Date: Friday, January 5, 2018
Assist Perry Police

While in the 400 block of Benton Rd. officer 
observed a heated verbal domestic dispute 
outside a residence in Perry Twp. between 
a male and female. 

Officer made contact with the subjects, 
separated them and had dispatch notify a 
Perry Twp. Officer to respond. 

Upon arrival, of the Perry Twp. officer I 
stood by while he conducted an 
investigation and cleared a short time later 
without incident.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Friday, January 05, 2018
10:37 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180069
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Theft
616 E SEVENTH ST 


Complainant: JOSHUA REDMOND

Report of a theft at the above address. 
Upon arrival, complainant advised that 
someone had taken his dog (Miniature 
American Eskimo) from the back yard of his 
residence. Complainant called back later to 
advise that he found a note that the dog 
pound had came and took the animal.



Ptl Miller


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lncident #: 20180071
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Check Well Being
1600 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN A 

Complainant: CCSO, SHERIFFS 8473 
COUNTY HOME RD LISBON, OH 

Report of a check well being of a male 
subject in a vehicle (Blue Ford Focus) in the 
above area that had possibly overdosed. 
Upon arrival, this officer checked the area 
for several minutes and was unable to find 
the vehicle or the male subject.


Ptl Miller


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lncident #: 20180070
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
295 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Police responded to the 200 block of W. 
Pershing St for a 911 hang up. While 
speaking with the subject at the residence 
officers were advised that everything was 
fine. Once everything was observed to be 
normal officers cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180067
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Check Well Being

Complainant: CLEVELAND CLINIC 
SECURITY

Report of a check well being of a female 
subject with suicidal thoughts at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the female 
subject and she did admit to have thoughts 
of ending her life. The F.D and KLG 
responded to the residence. The female 
subject was voluntarily transported to the 
Salem E.R. by KLG.


Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20180068
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Check Well Being
1390 S LINCOLN AVE 4

Report of a check well being of male 
subject that left his car running at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the male 
subject and he was ok. The male subject 
advised that do to the cold weather that he 
was warming up his car. Officers then 
cleared without incident.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20180070
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
295 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the 200 block of W. 
Pershing St for a 911 hang up. While 
speaking with the subject at the residence 
officers were advised that everything was 
fine. Once everything was observed to be 
normal officers cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180059
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
619 E PERRY ST

Complainant: Stacy Moore

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Perry St in reference to a suspicious vehicle 
report. Complainant advised of an unknown 
vehicle parked on the street for 
approximately 15 minutes with the lights on. 

Officer made contact with the subject who 
advised that his friend had went into his 
residence to get medicine and would be out 
shortly.

He advised that they would be leaving the 
area as soon as his friend returned. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180060
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Sex Offense 
339 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: ANOYMOUS

Officer responded to a residence in the 300 
block of Newgarden Ave. after an 
ANONYMOUS complainant called to report 
a possible sex offense involving a 14 year 
old juvenile and a 21 year old adult. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
juvenile and the mother of the juvenile. 
They were advised of the complaint and the 
juvenile denied the allegations as well as 
the mother. Contact was also made with the 
21 year old adult, whom also resides in the 
residence. He was made aware of the 
complainant and he also denied the 
allegations. 

Nothing further at this time unless evidence 
of a crime arises.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180061
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Domestic In Progress

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to a report of a possible 
domestic called in by an ANONYMOUS 
complainant.

 Complainant advised the location to be in 
an alley that runs between and parallel to E. 
Euclid St. and E. Perry St. 

officers checked the only two parallel, alleys 
between E. Perry St. and E. Euclid St. and 
had negative contact.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180062
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Person To Be Removed
1621 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: DENISE TYSON

Officers responded to the 1600 block of S E 
Blvd at the request of the complainant to 
remove the subject from the residence. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she wanted 
the subject to leave because she was 
feeling emotional about their relationship. 
Officers also spoke with the subject, who 
resides at the residence. Officers advised 
the complainant of the residency laws in the 
State of Ohio and provided her with her 
options for handling the situation. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180063
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PROSPECT 900 BLOCK A
PARK PLAYGROUND

On 1/3/18 officers observed a white in color 
sedan parked in Kelly Park after hours. 
Officers then called the vehicle out and 
attempted to make contact with any one in 
the vehicle. Upon inspecting the vehicle it 
was observed to be off, locked, and 
unoccupied. Officers then cleared with out 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180064
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: SRMC, 1995 E STATE ST

On 1/4/18 officers responded to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center in regards to a 
combative male patient.

Upon arrival officers met with staff who 
explained what was going on with the male 
and then lead officers to his room. Upon 
meeting with the male patient officers 
observed him to be irate, pacing back and 
forth, and nervous. After identifying the 
male subject, it was discovered that he had 
two active warrants out of Columbiana 
County.

Officers then asked for Columbiana County 
SO to start towards the hospital to take the 
wanted subject into their custody. Once the 
SO arrived and took custody of the subject 
all officers cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D. Miller



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Incident #: 20180065
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
2557 LEXINGTON AVE 

Report of loud music coming from an 
apartment at the above location. Officer 
responded and made contact with the 
subject, who was advised of the complaint. 
The music was turned down and officer 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Thursday, January 04, 2018
09:16 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180051
Accident No Injury Reported
HAWLEY AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit#l ,2015 CHEV SW GLD, Driver/Owner 
BONITA RHODES , ALLIANCE, OH

Unit#2 , 2017 CHEV 4s WHI, Driver 
MARCUS CRITTENDEN, Owner FRANZ 
SCOTT 


The driver of Unit#l was traveling eastbound 
on E. 3rd.St. and had slid through the stop 
sign and struck the side of Unit#2 who was 
traveling north on Hawley Ave. The driver of 
Unit#2 advised that they were traveling 
north on Hawley Ave. when the driver of 
Unit#1 failed to stop at the sign and struck 
his vehicle. 

Minor damage was observed to the front of 
Unit#l and moderate damage was observed 
to rear left door and tire of Unit#2 at the 
time of the accident.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180057
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Accident Private Property
950 W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Report of a possible private property 
accident at the above address. 

Upon arrival, it was found that a family in a 
Chevy Silverado HD was pulling out of the 
car wash and went of the small 
embankment and got stuck. The driver 
advised that a tow company was in route to 
help them out. 

Nothing else was needed and this officer 
cleared without incident.



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lncident #: 20180056
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Theft
624 CHERRY ST


Complainant: ASHLEY MCVAY

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant / victim who 
advised that persons unknown came onto 
her front porch and removed a package 
containing used 18 month old baby clothing 
that had been delivered by UPS that had 
been purchased on line.

The complainant / victim advised that she 
tracked the package and was advised that it 
had been delivered at 100hrs this date and 
she came home at 1200hrs this date finding 
the package gone.

There was foot prints to the east of the 
porch coming from behind the north side of 
the neighbors residence 632.

The foot prints were in the same steps like 
the person(s) were trying to keep them in 
the same tracks.

Officer did follow the tracks from the east 
side of the porch, north bound behind the 
neighbors then east bound, then down the 
east side of the neighbors south bound to 
the drive way were they stopped on dry 
pavement.

They did appear to head back to Cherry St 
south bound down the drive way.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180055
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Fight
789 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Police responded to Sunnys Buffet for a 
possible domestic. When officers arrived 
both parties were seperated.

Both parties advised the dispute was only 
verbal and neither had any physical injuries. 
Both parties seperated for the evening and 
officers cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180053
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Suspicious Person
8745 SALEM UNITY RD

Report of a male subject in a dark jacket, 
taking pictures at the rear of the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, this officer checked the area 
and was unable locate the male subject, the 
complainant requested an extra watch of 
the area.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180052
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Shoplifter(s)
516 E STATE ST 
DISCOUNT STORE


Complainant: RACHAEL MACRY

Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the complainant / manager who 
advised that at approximately 1119hrs a 
known female subject entered the business 
and removed an item from it's packaging 
and left the store with out paying for it.

The empty packaging was located on a 
shelf with other items in front of it.

The female had been in earlier in the 
morning and tried to purchase but was 
unable to.

In formation gathered and a packet was 
completed and sent to the prosecutors 
office for review on charges of theft.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180050
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Loud Persons
646 VINE AVE 2

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 600 block of Vine 
Ave in regards to a loud persons complaint. 
Officer arrived on scene and made contact 
with the person in question who advised 
that the young juvenile he had been 
babysitting was running around playing and 
he was trying to get her to calm down. 

Officer advised the male subject of the 
complaint and cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180049
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
577 COLUMBIA ST D

Complainant: JOSHUA MONDAY

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia Street in regards to a criminal 
damaging report. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
resident who advised that his door would 
not properly lock.

Officer did not observe any signs of recent 
damages and advised the complainant to 
contact his landlord to get the locks of the 
residence fixed.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180048
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SIXTH STREET


Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 600 
block of N Ellsworth Ave. The driver and 
passengers were identified and removed 
from the vehicle. 

K9 Simon and Ptl. Garber were called to the 
scene to do an open air sniff of the vehicle. 
K9 Simon alerted to the odor of narcotics 
inside the vehicle. The male subject was 
patted down and was found to have 
possession of a drug abuse instrument. The 
male subject was taken into custody and 
transported to Salem Police Department. 

During the search of the vehicle, drugs 
were located inside the female passenger's 
purse. The female was taken into custody 
and also transported back to Salem Police 
Department. 

The driver of the vehicle was issued a 
verbal warning for a turn signal violation. 
Both the male and female taken into 
custody were processed and booked and 
then transported to Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Chase L. May
AGE 32
Address: 7194 State Route 9, Hanoverton, 
Ohio 44423
Charge: Possession of Drug Abuse 
Instrument ORC 2925.12


Arrested: Elizabeth D. Lowry
AGE 31
Address: 986 Salem Parkway, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Possession of Drugs ORC 2925.11 
(A)(C2a)



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180047
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Traffic Offense
150 BROOKLYN AVE 

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 100 block of 
Brooklyn for an equipment violation. During 
the stop the K9 did indicate to narcotic odor. 

Nothing of significance was found and the 
driver was given a written warning for the 
violation.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180046
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Fire Alarm
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
FACTORY

Complainant: STATE ALARM, COMPANY 

Officers along with FD responded to the 
above location for a report of a fire alarm. 
Officers stood by until FD advised the 
building was okay for workers to re-enter.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180045
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
2488 E STATE ST 
RESTAURANT

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a vehicle hit-skip accident 
that occurred in a parking lot.

The owner of the vehicle advised he noticed 
his vehicle had been struck when it was 
parked in a parking lot in the 2400 block of 
E State St.

 Pictures were taken of the damage to the 
vehicle and the owner was given a report 
number. Officer made contact with the 
manager of the business and he advised he 
would check video surveillance. This matter 
is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 2018 0044
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment 
354 E THIRD ST 

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

On 01/02/2018 Officers responded to the 
300 block of E. Third St. for a telephone 
harassment report. Once on scene officers 
met with the complainant who stated that 
she was in an argument with the subject on 
Social media involving a deep freezer. She 
advised that the subject had already 
blocked her on social media prior to officers 
arriving.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180042
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Suspicious Activity

Officer observed suspicious activity in the 
200 block of Vine St. and an equipment 
violation on a vehicle. Officer stopped to 
talk with the occupants that gave 
inconsistent information and showed 
criminal indicators. 

K9 Simon was deployed and did alert to the 
presence of narcotic odor, however no 
narcotics were recovered. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180041
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Neighbor Dispute
561 E EIGHTH ST 

Complainant: DARYL RADCLIFF

On 1/2/2018 Officers met with the 
complainant over a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant stated that he did not want his 
neighbor on his property any more due to a 
civil matter taking place. Officer told the 
complainant that they would attempt to 
make contact with his neighbor. 

Contact was later made and the other 
neighbors were advised to cease contact 
with the complainant.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180039
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
124 E WILSON ST

Complainant: DAVID BARTON

On 1/2/2018 Officers were dispatched to 
the 100 block of E. Wilson Ave. for a theft 
report. When officers arrived on scene they 
me with the complainant who explained that 
while he was in the hospital someone had 
stolen money from his home. Officers 
documented damage done to his window 
screen and gathered all information 
needed.



Ptl Connolly



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lncident #: 20180038
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Assist Perry Police
MEADOW LN

While on patrol officer did observe a motor 
vehicle accident that occurred at Meadow 
Ln and Springdale. Officer did check on the 
subjects involved and found there to be no 
injuries. The accident did occur in Perry 
Township jurisdiction and Perry Township 
PD did respond to handle the accident. 
Officer cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Wednesday, January 03, 2018
08:57 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180020
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
771 E THIRD ST

Complainant: BRAND1 COOK

Officers responded to the 700 block of E 
Third St for a verbal dispute. The 
complainant advised that her daughter was 
at a friends residence and walked home 
and was crying. The juvenile stated that her 
friend's mother yelled at her and got into her 
face. The juvenile's father went to the 
residence to speak with the female subject 
about the incident. While speaking with the 
female subject the father was asked to 
leave the property and refused to do so. 

The male subject and the complainant were 
advised that it was a misunderstanding 
between the juvenile and the parent. They 
were also advised to leave the property to 
avoid further confrontation and both parties 
were advised to stay away from one 
another. The complainant and male subject 
left the residence prior to officers departure 
from the scene.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180021
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Suspicious Activity

While on patrol officer did observe a 
suspicious vehicle in the 100 block of 
Washington Ave. Officer did check on the 
occupant who advised that he was there to 
pick up a friend. While present, the friend 
who was expecting a ride was found to be 
having a verbal dispute with occupants of a 
nearby residence. 

Officer was able to assist in the situation 
and officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180022
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for an delinquent juvenile. The 
complainant advised that the female 
juvenile had attempted to break a TV and 
had destroyed her room from throwing 
items. 

Due to officers being at the residence 
several hours prior and the juvenile was 
given a disorderly conduct warning; she 
was taken into custody for disorderly 
conduct. Several other juveniles inside the 
residence advised they witnessed the 
juvenile breaking items after getting into a 
verbal argument with another juvenile in the 
home. 

The juvenile was transported to Salem 
Police Department where she was 
processed and then transported to Tobin 
Center.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180023
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / VlNE AVE

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

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



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180024
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Traffic Offense
181 N HOWARD AVE



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


Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180025
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
E STATE ST / N LUNDY AVE

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop with a 
vehicle for a moving violation on E State St 
near Lundy Ave. Upon further investigation 
it was found that the passenger of the 
vehicle had an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. Dispatch confirmed the 
warrant through CCSO and officers 
subsequently placed the female in custody.

The driver of the vehicle was given a verbal 
warning for illegal left hand turn. The 
passenger of the vehicle was then 
transported to the Salem Police Department 
for booking and processing and was then 
released to a Columbiana County Deputy.


Arrested: Elizabeth G Durick
AGE 37
Address: 135 Main St, Leetonia, Ohio, 
44431
Charge: Warrant Arrest- Failure to Appear



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180026
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Recovered Bicycle
SHARP 100 BLOCK

26" ROADMASTER 15 SPEED; DARK 
GREY

A bicycle was brought to the PD by a city 
employee. Bike was found under the 
overpass bridge. 

Owner can claim it at PD and with proof of 
ownership. 



Ptl.Banar



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lncident #: 20180027
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Debris In Roadway 
969 JONES DR

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to debris in the 
roadway. 

Upon arrival, a couple large boxes were 
observed in the yard. Perry Twp. was 
advised due to the debris being outside the 
city limits.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180029
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILROAD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to a tractor trailer 
reportedly broke down on the rail road 
crossing at Newgarden Ave. Officers 
arrived to find the trailer just clear of the 
tracks and the driver had assistance on 
scene. Officers stood by for traffic control 
and assisted the driver before the vehicle 
was removed from the roadway.


Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180032
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Recovered Bicycle
1423 S LUNDY AVE A 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

A bike found in the Sparkle market was 
brought to the PD. Bike can be claimed by 
owner by proving ownership.


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180033
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Ambulance Needed
585 E EIGHTH ST


Salem PD responded to the 500 block of E 
8th St. to assist the Salem FD on a medical 
call. Officers stood by and cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180034
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
268 ROSE AVE

Officer responded to a report of multiple 
cats outside a home continually. Officer 
responded and observed eight cats on the 
front porch area with one pet home with 
straw. No contact with resident.

A short time later officer observed a 
resident arrive home and I spoke with her. 
She stated none were actually hers and that 
people have abandoned them and they stay 
around the house. They have access to 
being under the porch to get warmth. She 
does attempt to provide some assistance to 
them. Officer to call humane officer.


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180035
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Person Down
525 E SECOND ST A

Officers responded to a female subject that 
was in the 500 block of E 2nd St. sitting in a 
parking lot, refusing to get up. Officers 
arrived and summoned Salem FD and EMT 
Ambulance. The female was transported to 
SRMC ER for treatment and officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Tuesday, January 02, 2018
08:05 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180014
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION 
968 E STATE ST SALEM, OH 44460

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 $15.00 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 Meister



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Incident #: 20180016
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Panic Alarm 
172 N MADISON AVE 

Complainant: ADT SECURITY, ALARM

Officers responded to the 100 block of N. 
Madison Ave. for a residential alarm. 
Officers spoke to the owner of the home 
who advised officers she hit the wrong 
button on the alarm remote.



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lncident #: 20180013
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officer(s) responded to the 1400 block of 
East State St for a reported juvenile 
problem. The complainant stated that one 
of her foster children had left the residence 
without permission and that she was not 
dressed for the weather (only a light dress) 

Officers checked the area and located the 
female juvenile in the 1600 block of East 
Pershing St. Officers transported the 
juvenile back to her residence and advised 
her of the consequences of her actions. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180012
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Dog At Large
894 E FOURTH ST

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a dog at large. 

Upon arrival, the dog had departed the 
area. A short time later, dispatch advised 
the owner had located the dog.


Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180011
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2388 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: DIANE MANNING,  LISBON, 
OH 44432 9432

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a suspicious vehicle. 
Complainant advised that the vehicle pulled 
into the parking lot behind , which she felt 
was odd. 

Officer made contact with the driver of the 
vehicle , who advised that he was bringing 
his fiance a coffee before work.



Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20180010
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Animal Complaint
CAROLE DR / MERLE RD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Merle for a reported animal complaint. The 
complainant stated that there was a dog 
tied up to vehicle in front of the residence. 

On arrival officers located the animal and 
made contact with its owner. The man 
stated that he was at the residence visiting 
and that he had just put the animal outside 
to use the bathroom. Officers advised the 
man of the complaint then cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180009
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
142 W THIRD ST

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact at the 
residence and believe the noise was 
subjects celebrating the holiday. Officers 
were unable to gather pertinent information 
due to a language barrier.


Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180008
Date:Monday, January 1,2018
Animal Complaint
635 E SIXTH ST

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Sixth St for a report of a dog barking 
excessively. 

Officer parked in the area with the windows 
open for five minutes and did not hear any 
dogs barking during that time. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180007
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Person With A Knife
182 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Washington Ave in reference to a domestic 
violence incident involving a knife. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim, 
who advised that she and her boyfriend had 
gotten into a argument. She advised that 
while she was attempting to leave, her 
boyfriend attempted to keep her from 
leaving by making stabbing motions 
towards her body with a steak knife in hand 
and threatened to kill her. The suspect was 
subsequently arrested and transported to 
the police department for processing. He 
was later transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail. 

No injuries were reported and the victim 
denied medical attention.


Arrested: William M. Alesi III AGE 33
182 Washington Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence-F4 (ORC 
2919.25C)



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180005
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
490 E EUCLID ST

Officers responded to 490 E. Euclid St. for a 
dispute/person to be removed. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with an 
intoxicated female on the front porch of the 
residence. She advised that her family 
kicked her out of the residence approx. a 
half hour ago and that she was cold. She 
stated that she wanted her alcohol from 
inside the residence and she would leave. 

Pauls Cab was contacted to respond to the 
scene to transport the female to her 
residence in the 1000 block of Franklin Ave. 
The husband remained at the residence on 
E. Euclid St. for the evening due to not 
wanting to argue with his wife at their 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180004
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Public Assist
300 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY


While inestigating an unrelated incident in 
the 300 block of S Broadway Ave a family 
requested assistance in getting themselves 
and their vehicle home due to the driver 
having become ill. Officers subsequently 
assisted the individuals in getting home 
safely to a nearby residence a few block 
away. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20180003
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
387 S BROADWAY AVE

While on patrol in the 300 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. officer observed a male and 
female subject appear to be having an 
argument. Contact was made with both 
whom did confirm an argument but no 
physical violence. They were identified and 
sent on their way. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180002
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Reckless Operator
2124 E STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer was flagged down and advised that 
there was a reckless operator in the 
Walgreen's parking lot doing "donuts". 
Officers responded to the area but the 
vehicle was already gone.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180001
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Suspicious Person
565 COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: JORDAN SMELTZER

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St in reference to a suspicious 
person report. Complainant advised that he 
observed a subject, who was short in 
stature and wearing a dark colored Carhart 
jacket, outside his residence. He advised 
that he saw the subject looking into the 
vehicles of the neighbors. 

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate anyone matching the description. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20179123
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Barking Dog
885 LIBERTY ST

Complainant: CYNTHIA CREER

Officers responded to 885 Liberty St. for a 
report of a barking dog, called in by the 
complainant Cynthia Creer.

Upon arrival, officers observed a boxer type 
dog tied up on a leash at the back of the 
residence. The dog was barking 
continuously. Officer attempted to make 
contact for several minutes at the front door 
and had negative contact. 

Upon further investigation the dog was 
found to not have shelter or food, but did 
have running water at the back of the 
residence. Officer did make contact with the 
brother of the resident and obtained phone 
number for him and his wife. Officer and 
dispatch attempted to make contact via 
phone with both phone numbers and had 
negative contact. 

Attempt was made to contact the City 
Humane Officer to come retrieve the dog 
and had negative contact. Officers were 
able to locate a sliding glass door unlocked 
at the back of the residence and was able 
to get the dog to go inside the residence 
with the leash still attached. 

Upon attempting to detach the leash from 
the dog, it bit Ptl. D. Miller on the right hand 
causing minor injury. The leash was left 
attached to the dog inside the residence. 

Officers did clear, however further follow up 
will be conducted and minor misdemeanor 
charges are pending.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20179121
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Suspicious Activity
VISITING NURSES LOT

Officers responded to the 700 block of E. 
3rd St. for a report of a male yelling, 
honking his horn, doing a tribal dance and 
cursing. 

Upon arrival, officer located the male 
preparing to leave in his vehicle through the 
Visiting Nurses parking lot. Officer stopped 
the male, made contact with him and 
advised him of the complaint. 

During the investigation, K9 Argo was 
deployed on the vehicle. K9 Argo did alert 
to the presence of narcotic odor. The male 
and the vehicle were searched and no 
contraband was located. 

The subject was advised to quiet down for 
the remainder of the evening. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith


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Incident #: 20179119
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Suspicious Activity
754 E THIRD ST

Officer responded to 746 E Third St for a 
report of a male individual being loud in the 
area. Officer made contact with the 
individual at the rear of his residence and 
observed the individual was carrying on and 
quite animated.

Officer spoke with the individual and noted 
his behavior was not out of the ordinary 
based on numerous prior contacts with him 
in the past. 

Officer requested the individual try to be a 
little less noisy outside to avoid disturbing 
other area residents. 


See also report #20179121


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20179118
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Intoxicated Person
VINE AVE / E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officers responded to the area of E. Sixth 
St. and Vine Ave. for a report of an 
intoxicated male and female walking in the 
area. The complainant advised that the 
female fell and that the male picked her up 
and was carrying her. 

Upon arrival, the entire area was checked 
and nobody was found. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20179117
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV 

While on patrol officer observed a possible 
disabled vehicle in the 700 block of 
Highland Ave. Officer made contact with the 
occupants who affirmed the vehicle had 
sustained a flat tire. The occupants had 
already summoned AAA towing. 

Officer returned approximately 15 minutes 
later an observed AAA had arrived and 
were fixing the flat tire. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20179116
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
549 N ELLSWORTH AVE 

Police responded to the 500 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave for a vehicle in the roadway. 
When officers arrived the vehicle was in 
someone elses driveway and still part way 
into the road. 

Dispatch attempted to make contact with 
the owner. Davidsons towing arrived on 
scene and removed the vehicle.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20179115
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Animal Complaint
616 E SEVENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Police responded to the 600 block of E. 7th 
St for an animal complaint. The complainant 
advised they were concerned about the dog 
being outside. The dog was checked and 
was observed to have food and shelter.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20179114
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Check Well Being
384 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: BRADLEY TUCK

Officer responded to 384 Washington Ave. 
to check the welfare of a female subject. 
The complainant, whom resides in England 
advised that he could not contact his 
mother via call or text. 

Upon arrival, officer attempted contact at 
the residence and had negative contact. 
The complainant advised his mother drives 
a red Chevy car, however the car was not at 
the residence and it appeared as if a 
vehicle had recently left the from the back 
of the residence. Officer cleared and 
checked back later and the vehicle was still 
not back. 

A while later the complainant called back 
and advised that he was finally able to 
reach his mother and nothing further was 
needed.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20179113
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
2555 LEXINGTON AVE 19 

Complainant: LORRAINE UTER

Officer was dispatched to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Ave in reference to a juvenile 
problem.

 Complainant advised that her 17 year old 
son, who had just moved in with her from 
Indiana, had gotten upset with her and left 
the residence on foot. Complainant advised 
she was concerned because of the cold and 
the fact that he did not know where he was 
going in the Salem area. 

Officers checked the area, but the juvenile 
was located in the 100 block of Park Dr. He 
was afforded a voluntary transport home. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20179112
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Reckless Operator
231 W SIXTEENTH ST

Complainant: DANIEL SOULES

Police responded to the dead end of W. 
16th St for two SUVs driving recklessly. 

When officers arrived contact was made 
with the drivers and advised of the 
complainant. The drivers stated they were 
playing in the snow. The drivers were 
advised of the safety issue and sent on the 
way.


Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20179111
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Criminal Trespassing
931 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a criminal trespass 
report. Complainant advised that she 
located footprints in the back yard of her 
residence, which came from a nearby field 
and led to her garage door. Complainant 
advised that she followed the footprints to a 
residence in the 800 block of Sharp Ave 
and questioned the female homeowner, 
who denied knowing anything about the 
incident. 

Officer also responded to the residence on 
Sharp Ave and spoke with both the male 
and female subject who live there. 
However, they denied walking through the 
field and onto the complainant's property. 
The garage was not reported to have been 
entered, nor was anything reported missing.


Ptl. Cochran



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Monday, January 01, 2018
09:34 AM -0500

Incident #: 20179098
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
SALEM PARKWAY

Unit 1- Operator- Elizabeth D. Lowry Owner 
LOWRY WILLIAM

4511.19Ala M1 Driving While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs
4511.19Alh M1 Driving While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol/Drugs .17 of 1 gram or 
more by weight
4511.202 333.08 MM Failure to Maintain 
Reasonable Control of a MV on any street, 
highway, or property


While on patrol. this officer came across a 1 
car accident on Goshen Rd near the 
Industrial Park. Contact was made with the 
driver , Elizabeth D.Lowry , who had gone 
off the roadway to the left and went into a 
ditch. 

First Responders and KLG Ambulance 
were called to the scene but she had 
refused any treatment. After further 
investigation , it was determined that she 
had operated the vehicle while intoxicated. 

She was taken into custody and transported 
to the station for processing. She was later 
charged with OVI and Failure to Control and 
given a mandatory court date of 1-4-18 at 
8:30am. The vehicle was towed from the 
scene by AAA.


ARRESTED : Elizabeth D. Lowry, AGE 31, 
986 Salem Pkwy , Salem OH 44460



Ptl. S. LaRosa 




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lncident #: 20179112
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Reckless Operator 
231 W SIXTEENTH ST

Police responded to the dead end of W. 
16th St for two SUVs driving recklessly. 
When officers arrived contact was made 
with the drivers and advised of the 
complainant. The drivers stated they were 
playing in the snow. The drivers were 
advised of the safety issue and sent on the 
way.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20179105
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Dog At Large 
SOUTHEAST BLVD / TANGLEWOOD

Report of a dog at Large in the above area. 

Upon arrival, officers attempted several 
times to catch the dog but were 
unsuccessful and the Human Officer was 
notified.



Ptl.R.Miller



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lncident #: 20179107
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Fraud 
1834 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: PATRICIA DAVNER

The complainant contacted this department 
via telephone and advised that she lost her 
Bank card yesterday. She stated that she 
used the card at the Huntington bank 
located inside of Giant Eagle. The 
complainant thinks she either left the card in 
the machine or left it sitting at the register. 
Once she realized she lost the card, she 
contacted the bank to cancel it. 

The complainant advised that someone 
used the card yesterday at two locations 
prior to her cancelling it. Someone used the 
card at Giant Eagle in the amount of 
$158.41 and Pizza Hut for $32.98. 

The complainant requested a report for the 
bank. Officer will go to the locations the 
card was used to attempt to view video of 
the suspect(s).



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20179108
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Check Well Being
643 FRANKLIN AVE

Report of a check well being at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with all parties 
involved and the situation had been 
resolved prior to officers arrival. They were 
advised that if there were any future 
problems to contact this department.


Ptl.R.Miller



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Incident #: 20179110
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Theft
182 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: AMBER MARALDO

Report of a theft at the above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised a 
known male subject had taken her 
prescription medication that she just refilled. 
Complainant advised that she is missing 32 
pills and that the male subject had 
consumed 10 of them in front of her and 
would not tell her where the other pills were 
at. 

The male subject denied taking any pills but 
voluntarily went to the to the Salem E.R. via 
EMT due to smoking crack and other drugs.



Ptl.R.Miller



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lncident #: 20179104
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Curfew Violation
1112 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: SHELDON BROWNFIELD

Officers responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland Ave in regards to possible 
intoxicated juveniles on the roadway 
standing next to a gold in color SUV. Upon 
officers arrival the complainant advised that 
the juveniles ran back inside of the house 
before officers arrival. Officers cleared 
without incident and continued to patrol the 
area in attempts to locate the juveniles, 
negative contact was made.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20179103
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Assist Other Agency
400 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY

Arrested: JOHN ATKINSON,  546 
FRANKLIN AVE SALEM, OH

Officer assisted an Ohio State Highway 
Patrol Trooper on a traffic stop in the 400 
block of S Broadway Ave.

Officer stood by while the Trooper 
administered field sobriety tests. The 
Trooper subsequently took the driver into 
custody and the driver was provided the 
opportunity to submit a breath a sample at 
Salem PD, which the driver refused. The 
Trooper served the individual his citations / 
paperwork and a family member 
subsequently responded to pick the 
individual up. 


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20179101
Parking Complaint Violation
935 SOUTH AVE

Complainant: RICHARD FINCH

A male subject came to the Police Dept for 
a parking complainant in the 900 block of 
South Ave. The complainant was upset 
about his neighbor is parking a vehicle in 
front of his residence and had shown 
officers pictures. The neighbor, while not in 
violation, is on the roadway and not 
blocking the complainants driveway. 

The complainant was upset the neighbor 
will not pull his vehicle forward so he can 
park his vehicles on the roadway instead of 
his driveway. 

The complainant was advised the neighbor 
is not in violation at that time.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20179100
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Check Well Being
207 HAWLEY AVE

Complainant: STEWART, JOSEPH 

Officer responded to the 200 block of 
Hawley Ave for a well being check. Officer 
made contact with the individuals in 
question and affirmed they were fine. The 
resident advised that the caller requesting 
the check is the biological father of her 
children but has not had anything to do with 
them in years. The resident stated that 
caller has a history of harassing them via 
telephone and Internet. 

Officer advised of the option to file a formal 
complaint of telecommunications 
harassment if problems develop and 
persist. 

See also lncident # 20179088


Sgt B Slider 



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lncident #: 20179099
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
ROOSEVELT AVE / BENTLEY D

Complainant: DEPT, STREET

Officer responded to Bentley near 
Roosevelt Ave for a report of a disabled 
vehicle (flat tire). A wrecker had arrived on 
scene prior to officer and was in the 
process of changing the tire. Officer 
affirmed nothing further was needed and 
cleared. 



Sgt B Slider



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Sunday, December 31, 2017
08:36 AM -0500

lncident #: 20179088
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Menacing / Threats
207 HAWLEY AVE

Complainant contacted this department to 
report possible illegal activity. The caller 
provided dispatch with vague information. 
This officer will attempt to follow up with the 
information provided.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20179089
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
911 Hang-Up Call
270 E SEVENTH ST 

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
East 7th St for a reported 911 hang up call. 
On arrival officers checked the are and did 
not locate any type of disturbance. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20179091
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Theft
156 WASHINGTON AVE 3

Complainant: JOSHUA DURHAM

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about a theft. The complainant stated 
that someone known to him had taken a 
money order and cashed it without his 
permission. 

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



Ptl R Keister


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Incident #: 20179092
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Loud Explosion
545 AETNA ST


Report of a loud explosion and possible 
smoke in the 500 blk of Aetna St. Officers 
along with the Salem fire dept. checked the 
area and nothing was located. Residents 
were also asked, but no one knew anything.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20179093
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Public Assist

While on patrol officers were advised of a 
vehicle in a ditch on Butcher Rd. Officers 
checked the area and located the vehicle in 
question just outside of the city limits. 

Officers stood by in the area until a local 
towing company arrived on scene and 
pulled the vehicle out. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20179094
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
E PERSHING ST / S ELLSWORTH ST


Police responded to E. Pershing and S. 
Ellsworth for a minor two vehicle accident. 
When Police arrived both operators advised 
that they did not want a report due to no 
damage to either vehicle. Both operators 
also advised no medical attention was 
needed.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20179095
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Suspicious Person
2401 E STATE ST A
GIANT EAGLE

Complainant: GIANT EAGLE

Police responded to the Giant Eagle 
parking lot for a suspicious male subject. 
The complainant advised an elderly male 
was walking around in a bath robe and not 
acting normal. 

Before officers arrived the wife of the male 
subject had picked him up and transported 
him home.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20179096
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Debris In Roadway 
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SEVENTH ST

While on patrol, officer was flagged down 
by a passer by who advised of a large piece 
of steal in the roadway.

Officer found that a plow truck had 
accidentally hit a sewer frame and broke it 
while plowing , leaving the sewer wide 
open. Officers stood by and the street 
department placed tall cones in the sewer 
hole until it could be fixed.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20179087
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Fight
496 S BROADWAY AVE
NlGHT CLUB

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officers responded to a fight in progress in 
the 400 block of S Broadway Ave. 

Upon officers arriving the persons involved 
had already dispersed and were departing 
the area. Several persons that had been 
involved were identified and stated they did 
not wish to pursue anything further. 

Officers stood by until third party 
transportation had arrived for the 
individuals. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20179086
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Audible Alarm
E FIFTH 700 BLOCK A
PARKING GARAGE

While on patrol in the 500 block of N Lincoln 
Ave officer heard a car alarm sounding and 
observed the vehicles lights flashing in an 
apartment building carport. The vehicle was 
checked and appeared to be fine. The 
concussion from a car door being shut on a 
nearby vehicle had triggered the car alarm, 
which reset while officer was still present. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20179085
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to Waterworth Park to 
check on a report of a vehicle entering the 
area of the duck pond after hours. Officers 
found no vehicles in the park and observed 
fresh tire tracks in the snow leading to a 
residential driveway near the park entrance. 


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20179084
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Intoxicated Driver
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: AMBULANCE, EMT 

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a possible drunk driver. As this 
officer was arriving in the area , the 
complainant had called and advised that the 
vehicle in question had pulled into a 
driveway and the driver exited and went into 
a residence. Officer observed the parked 
vehicle but did not know which residence 
the driver went into. Officer cleared.


Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20179083
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1230 SOUTHEAST BLVD 9

Complainant: OLLIE MILLIKEN

On 12/29/2017 officers responded to the 
1200 block of Southeast Blvd. in regards to 
juveniles throwing things at residents 
windows. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant and located the juveniles in 
question. The complainant then stated that 
the juveniles were knocking on the 
windows. The juveniles stated that they 
slipped on ice and ran into the window on 
accident. Officers then advised the juveniles 
who lived in the area to go home and stay 
there for the rest of the night. 

Once the juveniles returned home officers 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20179079
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Check Well Being
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NlGHT CLUB

Complainant: ASHLEY REED

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of S 
Broadway Ave to check the well being of a 
female. Complainant, who lives in New 
Jersey, advised that her cousin had posted 
suicidal remarks on social media, due to her 
boyfriend having recently passed away. 
Officer responded but, the subject had 
already left with a family member

Officers later learned the location of the 
subject, via a family member, and 
responded to make contact with her.

Officer spoke with the subject who denied 
having stated anything about harming 
herself and advised that she was okay. She 
denied needing medical attention and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20179078
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Check Well Being
1575 SALEM PARKWAY WEST

Complainant: CASSAUNDRA 
HAZENSTAUB

Complainant called to request officers to 
conduct a welfare check on her 18 month 
old son in the 1500 block of Salem Parkway 
West. 

Complainant advised that her son is with his 
father, whom she is currently divorcing, and 
hasn't heard from him since December 
25,2017. 

Complainant advised that her husband 
owns a company in the industrial park and 
believed that they could possibly be there. 
Officer responded and knocked on the 
doors, but had negative contact with 
anyone. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20179077
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
637 WOODLAND AVE 1/2

Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant on a male subject at the above 
location. Officers made contact with another 
male who advised that the subject was not 
there. The male gave officers consent to 
enter and search the residence for the 
subject. After searching, the subject was 
not located. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20179076
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1269 E ELEVENTH ST 

Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant on a male subject at the above 
address. Negative contact was made with 
the subject and officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Saturday, December 30, 2017
10:09 AM -0500

Incident #: 20179070
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem 


A male subject came to the Police Dept 
regarding a runaway juvenile. The male 
advised he has custody of his nephew who 
has refused to return home. Officers took 
what information was provided for the 
juvenile.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20179071
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Suspicious Activity
1995 E STATE ST A

COM KATHY HOLLABAUGH

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to suspicious activity. 
Complainant advised of an unknown person 
flying a drone near the hospital. 

Officers checked the area but did not see a 
drone flying anywhere.



Ptl LaRosa


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lncident #: 20179072
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Dog At Large
565 FRANKLIN ST

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Police responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave for a dog at large. When 
officers arrived the dog would continue to 
take off from Officers. 

A male subject on scene advised he would 
attempt to contain the dog. Officers then 
cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20179073
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Barking Dog
470 E PERRY ST

COM CHRISTOPHER CHADWICK

Report of barking dogs at the above 
address. Complainant advised that the 
owners leave the dogs outside in the cold 
everyday and they bark continually. Officer 
responded and made contact with the 
owner, who was advised of the complaint. 
The dogs were brought inside. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20179051
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Ambulance Needed
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD

COM AMBULANCE, KLG

Salem FD, PD, and EMT ambulance 
investigated an unresponsive male at the 
Holiday Inn. The male was found to be 
deceased and an investigation to start. 

Officers will attempt to notify next of kin as 
part of investigation.


Banar901



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Incident #: 20179053
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Accident Private Property
821 E STATE ST
SALEM LIBRARY

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Unit # 1 2009 CHEV 4s RED, Owner RUTH 
VARKONDA 

Unit # 2 1997 GMC TK, Owner RONALD 
WOOD 


Officer responded to the Library parking lot 
for a motor vehicle accident with no injuries 
reported. The driver of Unit # 1 hit the front 
of unit # 2. Officer took photos of the 
damage to both vehicles.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20179055
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Domestic In Progress
856 NEWGARDEN AVE

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER

On 12/28/2017 officers responded to the 
800 block of Newgarden Ave for a domestic 
in progress. When officers arrived on scene 
it was found out that a mother and son had 
gotten into a verbal altercation. It was found 
that the son James Lippiatt Jr. had an active 
warrant out of Col. County. Lippiatt was 
taken into custody for the warrant and was 
later taken to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrest: James J. Lippiatt Jr.
AGE 28
856 New Garden Ave.
Salem OH, 44460
Charge: Warrant - Failure to Appear



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20179057
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Possible Scam
366 ASH ST 1/2

COM JUDITH SURMACEVIZ

On 12/28/2017 a complaintant called into 
Salem Police station to ask to speak to an 
officer. While talking to the complaintant she 
stated that she had been the subject of a 
scam. 

Officers advised her that she needed to 
contact her bank. She stated that she would 
be able to conatct her bank.


Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20179058
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
1468 E THIRD ST

COM WILLIAM WAGNER

Officer responded to the 1400 block of E 
Third St for a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised that when he arrived 
home he realized his Christmas display light 
had been taken from the front yard. The 
complainant was unsure of who would have 
taken the item and was given a report 
number.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20179061
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
110 W PERSHING ST 2 

While on patrol officer heard yelling coming 
from the above location. Officer made 
contact with a male and female, who 
advised they got into a verbal argument. 
Officer advised them that they could be 
heard from outside the residence and to 
keep it down for the remainder of the 
evening. Both male and female were given 
a verbal disorderly conduct warning prior to 
leaving.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20179062
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Intoxicated Driver
N ELLSWORTH AVE / COMMUNITY 
CENTER

COM ANONYMOUS, CALER

Officer responded to the area of N Ellsworth 
Ave and the Community Center for a 
possible intoxicated driver.

Officer initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle 
and the male driver was found to not be 
impaired. The driver was issued a verbal 
warning for weaving.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20179063
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1892 E STATE ST 

On 12/28/2017 officers were flagged down 
at McDonald's on E. State St. because of a 
disorderly male. It was found that the male 
was a juvenile who was having a property 
dispute with his ex-girlfriend. 

Officers did stand by until all parties 
resolved the matter. Both parties then went 
their separate ways.


Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20179064
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Domestic In Progress
627 N LINCOLN AVE

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a domestic in progress. 

Upon arrival, officer could hear yelling 
coming from the residence. Officers 
attempted contact at the residence for 
several minutes and also made several 
announcements to come to answer the 
door, but contact was not made at this time. 
Due to the possible physical violence, 
officers advised to come to the door or it 
would be forced open. 

Officers did later make contact with the 
male when he finally came to the door. The 
male was later taken into custody for 
obstruction.

Officer did check the residence but were 
unable to locate the female half of the 
incident. The male subject was directly 
transported to county jail by this officer.



Arrested: Brandon R. Toothman
AGE 27
627 N. Lincoln. Ave
Salem Ohio
Charge - Obstruction of Official Business



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20179065
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
775 S LUNDY AVE

Officer responded to the 700 block of S 
Lundy Ave for a possible criminal damage 
to a motor vehicle. The owner advised she 
went out to her vehicle and noticed her 
back tire was flat and believed someone 
flattened her tire.

Officer took pictures of the tire but it did not 
appear the anyone had tampered with the 
vehicle.


Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20179068
Date: Friday, December 29,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
846 NEW GARDEN AVE

Ohio registration, FSD9751 was found to 
have had pop sprayed on the front left 
hoodlwindshield and driver's side while 
sitting under the car port on the east side of 
the residence.

A Mountain Dew and Pepsi can(s) were 
taken from the left rear corner of the vehicle 
that were laying on the ground by the 
vehicle and a Bud Light crushed beer can 
was taken from the front drive way area to 
be checked.


Ptl. French



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Friday, December 29, 2017
09:26 AM -0500

Incident #: 20179047
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1692 SHADY LN

Complainant: JOHN COSGROVE


Officer(s) responded to the 1600 block of 
Shady Lane for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been parked 
unoccupied on the roadway facing north 
with its warning lights on when it was struck 
by unit # 2. The driver of unit # 2 stated that 
she had attempted to go around unit # 1 
when she hit one of the side steps. 

There were no reported injuries and no 
citations were issued. Unit # 1 sustained 
damage to the left rear bed step. Unit # 2 
sustained damage to its right side.



Unit # 1 / owner / Waste Management
vehicle / 2003 Mack

Unit # 2 / owner / Lester Cosgrove
driver / Constance Cosgrove
vehicle / 2014 Chrysler


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20179034
Date:Wednesday, December 27,2017
Accident Private Property
2203 E STATE ST
SHELL GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE BUTCHER


Unit 1 2011 Mercury, Driver DAVlD LYNN, 
Owner MARY ROHRER 

Unit 2 2005 PT Cruiser, Driver PAlGE 
BUTCHER, Owner LAURIE BUTCHER 


Units were at the Shell Gas staion and unit 
1 was parked at the pumps on the west side 
of the store. Unit 2 accidentally backed into 
the corner of unit 1 at a low speed. Damage 
resulted to the front right of unit 1 and to the 
right rear of unit 2. 

No injuries were reported, no cites issued. 
Photos taken of each vehicle.



Ptl Banar




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lncident #: 20179042
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Assist Perry Police
1359 W STATE ST B
AUTO SALES LOT

Complainant: PERRY, TWP (330) 332-1000

Arrested TIMOTHY SIGLER,  13421 COlT 
RD CLEVELAND, OH 

Officers responded to the 1300 block of W 
State St to assist Perry Township Police 
Department. K9 Simon and Ptl. Garber 
were called to the scene to assist in 
tracking an armed suspect for breaking and 
entering into a business. Officers were able 
to recover evidence and one male subject 
was taken into custody by Perry Township 
Police Department. 

Charges are pending on the other known 
suspect involved with the incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20179041
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Ambulance Needed
208 ROSE AVE A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of Rose 
Ave to assist Salem FD in regards to a 
medical call. The caller advised that they 
fell and hit their head and when dispatch 
attempted to call her back they were unable 
to make contact. Officer arrived on scene 
and stood by while Salem FD made entry 
into the residence through a window.

The female complainant was then 
subsequently transported to the Salem 
Hospital by KLG Ambulance.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20179040
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Traffic Offense
S LUNDY AVE / E STATE ST

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop on S 
Lundy Ave and E State St. Upon identifying 
the driver and passenger of the vehicle it 
was found that the passenger inside of the 
vehicle had an out of state warrant that was 
out of this jurisdictions pick up radius. 

Officer then spoke to the driver and 
passenger who gave officers consent to 
search the vehicle. Officer then searched 
the vehicle and nothing of significance was 
found. The driver was given a warning for 
two headlights required and illegal left hand 
turn.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20179039
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
Intoxicated Person 
201 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Complainant called to report an intoxicated 
subject in the area of the above location. 

Officer made contact with the known 
subject outside of this station. The subject 
was advised to go home and not leave for 
the remainder of the evening or he would 
face criminal charges.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20179038
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
339 NEWGARDEN AVE

On 12/27/2017 Officers were dispatched to 
the 300 block of New Garden Ave. for a 
domestic dispute. Officers arrived on scene 
and separated the subjects. Officer stood 
by until the female subject could get the rest 
of her belongings and leave the household 
for the evening.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20179037
Date: Wednesday, December 27.2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
339 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: KAYLA GRUBB

Officers responded to the above location for 
a dispute. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised she got 
into and argument with her juvenile sister. 
Complainant advised she was going to 
collect her things move out of the 
residence.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20179036
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
Harassment
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON STREET

Complainant: AARON MORRISON

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of harassment 
that occurred on the corner of S Howard 
Ave and W Wilson St. The complainant 
advised he was driving his vehicle when the 
subject walked backwards towards his 
vehicle and started yelling obscenities. 

The complainant stated he has had several 
dealings with the male subject yelling and 
walking in front of his vehicle. 

The male subject was advised to stop all 
contact with the complainant to avoid 
criminal charges.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20179035
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
Assist Other Agency
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL

Complainant: SRMC

On 12/27/2017 Officers responded to 
Salem Hospital for a combative patient. 
Once on scene officers assisted in calming 
down the subject and placing restraints on 
him. Once the subject was restrained he 
calmed down.

Officers cleared the scene without indecent.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20179044
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Assist Perry Police
1150 HIGHLAND AVE

Officer(s) assisted Perry Twp Police with a 
domestic dispute in the 1100 block of 
Highland Ave.


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20179048
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
339 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: KAYLA GRUBB

Complainant on station to report that she 
had been involved in a dispute with her 
mother at the stated address over property. 
The complainant stated that the dispute had 
turned physical and that she had been 
pushed onto a couch. The complainant was 
provided with the options for dealing with 
the situation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20179052
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Check Well Being
1050 W PERRY ST 102

Complainant: FIVE STAR URGENT 
RESPONSE

Reporting officer spoke to the resident at 
the above location and advised her that her 
medical alert button had been activated. 
The female subject stated that she was fine 
and did not activate the alarm and would 
contact the alarm company to see what the 
problem was. Officer then cleared.



Lt. David L. Castol



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lncident #: 20179054
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY LEWIS

Reporting officer spoke to the complainant 
on the phone, who advised of a customer 
who drove off with out rendering payment 
for his gasoline.The complainant further 
stated that the vehicle was a maroon Ford 
Escape and had pumped $31.42 worth of 
gas and left the area going west on E state 
St.


Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20179051
Date: Thursday, December 28,2017
Ambulance Needed
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD
MOTEL

Complainant: AMBULANCE, KLG

Salem FD, PD, and EMT ambulance 
investigated an unresponsive male at the 
Holiday Inn. The male was found to be 
deceased and an investigation to start. 
Officers will attempt to notify next of kin as 
part of investigation.


Banar901



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lncident #: 20179033
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
110 W PERSHING ST 2 

On 12/27/2017 Officers were dispatched to 
the 100 block of W. Pershing St. for a 
domestic dispute. Officers arrived on scene 
and found that two subjects were arguing 
over a lost cell phone. 

The female subject was able to find her 
phone and decided to call for a ride to her 
family's household for the night. Officers 
cleared the scene without incident.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20179029
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
603 E PERRY ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 600 block of E. 
Perry St. to check the well being of a pet 
rabbit that was left outside in a cage. Officer 
located the rabbit and seen that it had straw 
and was okay. Officer did contact the 
humane officer to have her check the rabbit 
due to the cold temperature.

 Officer was not able to make contact with 
anyone at the residence.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20179028
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
545 E STATE ST
DISCOUNT STORE

Officer responded to take a breaking and 
entering report at above address. 

Upon arrival I talked with the manager and 
owner who told me that they had learned 
the store had been entered and money 
stolen from the cash drawer. The theft 
occurred earlier this day. 

Department detective responded and the 
matter is under investigation. 



Banar901



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Thursday, December 28, 2017
07:31 AM -0500

lncident #: 20179023
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
FRANKLIN AVE / S UNION AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer and FD found wires down in the 900 
blk of S. Union. They were pulled to the 
side and phone and cable companies 
contacted. 



Banar901




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lncident #: 20179024
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
Reckless Operator
NEWGARDEN AVE

Officers responded to the area of 
Newgarden Ave. for a report of a reckless 
operator entering the city in a dark colored 
SUV. 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area as 
well as sat stationary at the City limits on 
Newgarden Ave. and no vehicles matching 
the description were encountered. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20179025
Date: Wednesday, December 27,2017
Public Assist

Complainant: JOYCE GUILER

(12/27/2017 07:33:55 By: 178) OLDER 
FEMALE ON STATION ADV THAT HER 
FURNACE IS OUT

Officer assisted a female in the lobby who 
claimed her furnace was broken and she 
could not contact her nephew to help her. 
Officers were able to reach the relative who 
assisted us in helping the woman. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20179013
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Animal Complaint
441 W SCHOOL ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Complainant requested officers to check on 
a dog, that was in the back yard of the 
above residence, due to the weather 
conditions. Contact was made with the 
subject who advised that the dog is being 
taken care of with proper shelter, food, 
water, and a heater made for outdoor dog 
shelters. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20179014
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
VEH- Reckless Operator
1125 E STATE ST A

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Police searched the area for a reckless 
driver traveling westbound on State St. 
Officers checked E. State St and W. State 
St for the vehicle. 

Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.


Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20179015
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Animal Complaint
207 ROSE AVE

Officer was requested to check on a dog 
outside the above residence, due to the 
weather conditions. 

Upon arrival, the dog was observed to be 
tied up to a railing outside the rear of the 
residence. Officer made contact with the 
subject who advised that the dog lives 
inside but, was just let outside to do it's 
business. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20179016
Date: Tuesday. December 26.2017
Animal Complaint
462 W FOURTH ST 

Complainant: RICKY CLAY

On 12/26/2017 officers were dispatched to 
the 400 block of Fourth St. for a raccoon 
that had fallen through the complainants 
ceiling. While enroute to the area officers 
advise dispatch to notify the Humane 
Officer. 

Once on scene officers were able to locate 
the raccoon inside the home. Officer waited 
for the Humane Officer to arrive and 
assisted in removing the raccoon from the 
residence.


Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20179017
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Check Well Being
969 W WILSON ST A

Complainant: FRED PLAPPERT

On 12/26/2017 Officers responded to the 
900 block of W. Wilson St. for a welfare 
check on a juvenile who had possibly been 
struck by a belt.

The complainant also stated that the family 
is planning to move but is under a court 
order not to. 

Officers arrived on scene and spoke to the 
father of the juvenile who stated that he was 
not aware of any court order about him 
moving as he has full custody of the child. 
Officers then asked the father if they could 
check on the well being of the child. Officers 
did check on the child who was sleeping 
and appeared to be in good health. Officers 
informed the father of the allegations and 
that his issues with the complainant were 
civil.



Ptl. Connolly



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Wednesday, December 27, 2017
09:06 AM -0500

lncident #: 20179008
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Drive Off 
SMITH GAS

Complainant: CLERK, 968 E STATE ST 

Report of a drive off at the above location. 
Upon arrival, the employee advised that a 
male subject in a Maroon Chevy truck had 
pumped $20.04 worth of fuel and left 
without paying. Officers checked the area 
and were unable to locate.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20179010
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Child Endangering
155 PARK DR


Complainant: JUVENILE COMPLAINANT

Report of possible child endangering. 

Upon arrival, the female juvenile 
complainant advised that she was kicked 
out of her foster home by her foster mom. 
The juvenile was brought back to the 
residence at 1449 E. State St. where 
officers spoke with the foster mom. She 
advised that the incident was a 
misunderstanding and that there should be 
no further problems.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20179011
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
1449 E STATE ST

While dealing with report #2017910 a 
female juvenile began to create a 
disturbance upstairs of the above address. 
Officers spoke with the female juvenile who 
was yelling obscenities, wanting to fight her 
foster mom and other female juvenile in the 
house. Officers advised her several times to 
cease her actions and she refused to do so. 

The female juvenile then grabbed a lamp, 
busted it on the floor then grabbed a large 
flat screen tv from a dresser, threw it on the 
ground and began to jump on it and smash 
it. The juvenile was taken into custody for 
Disorderly conduct and Criminal Damaging. 

The female Juvenile was transported to this 
department where she was processed and 
transported to the Tobin Center.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20179007
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST G 
WALMART LOT MAHONING CO

UNIT #1, 2015 FTL WHITE , DRIVER 
ROBERT L. LANGLEY Owner KEVIN L 
THOMPSON 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a private property accident. Unit #1 was 
attempting to turn around in the parking 
when Unit #1 struck a cement pole and 
ripped it out of the ground causing it to 
disable Unit #1. 

The driver of Unit #1 was not injured.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20179009
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
MV Lockout
423 S LUNDY AVE A

Officer responded to the above location and 
the owner/operator of the vehicle with the 
keys locked inside, signed the waiver of 
damages for.

Prior to starting AAA arrived and advised 
they were contacted. The owner/operator of 
the vehicle advised they were told it would 
be approximately 2hrs which the AAA driver 
Mike advised he was close.

AAA advised they would handle it and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178999
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Dog At Large
FRANKLIN AVE

On 12/25/2017 Officers were dispatched to 
the area of Franklin Ave. near Summit St. 
for a dog running around.

When officers arrived in the area no dog 
was able to be located. Officers then 
searched the surrounding area with 
negative contact.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20179000
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
821 E STATE ST 

While on patrol in the library parking lot, 
officer located a female sitting in her 
vehicle. Contact was made with the female 
who advised that her car battery was dead. 
The female stated she had help on the way. 
Officer offered the female to sit in the patrol 
car to keep warm until her help arrived, 
however she declined. 

Officer did sit stationary in the lot for a few 
minutes until her ride arrived. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20179001
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
637 WOODLAND AVE

Police responded to the 600 block of 
Woodland Ave for a domestic dispute. 
When officers arrive both parties were 
separated. Both parties were intoxicated 
and began arguing when the situation 
escalated. Both parties had conflicting 
stories and no sign of injury. 

Officers investigated the incident with 
possible charges pending upon review by 
the Prosecutor's Office.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20179002
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Suspicious Activity
965 S LUNDY AVE 

On 12/25/2017 officers responded to the 
900 block of S Lundy Ave in regards to a 
suspicious male knocking on a resident's 
door for a long period of time called in by a 
neighbor. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the male in 
question who advised that he was locked 
out of the property and could not get back 
inside. 

Officers then made arrangements for him to 
find a place to stay due to the cold weather. 
Once the male subject was transported to a 
warm place officers then cleared without 
incident.



-D Miller



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Incident #: 20179003
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1220 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: BRADLEY LEWIS

Officer were dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a possible domestic. When 
officers arrived on scene they spoke with 
the complainant who stated the male party 
that was causing problems left prior to our 
arrival. 

The victim stated that she had her hair 
pulled but did not want to pursue charges.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20179004
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Suspicious Person
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE 


Complainant: BUFFIE SMITH,  LISBON, 
OH 44432

Officers were dispatched to a closed 
business in the 800 block of Pennsylvania 
Avenue for a report of a suspicious silver 
truck with several occupants. Officers were 
advised that no persons were supposed to 
be at the business. 

Officers responded and observed the truck 
in question departing the area heading east 
on Pennsylvania Avenue. Officers 
conducted a traffic stop with the vehicle 
after observing a traffic violation and made 
contact with the driver and three 
passengers. All occupants were identified 
and all advised they work for an industrial 
cleaning company and that they were at the 
business to pick up a shop vacuum which 
was located in the bed of the truck. Officers 
were advised that they were heading to 
another branch of the plant in Sandusky, 
Ohio. 

Information for the company the individuals 
work for was obtained and the traffic stop 
was cleared.

Officers responded to the business and 
spoke with the complainant, security guard, 
who advised that she was not aware of any 
persons allowed to be at the business. The 
complainant was advised the subjects 
information was on file should the business 
need the incident further investigated.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20179005
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Brush / Grass Fire
955 S LUNDY AVE

Officer responded to the above area at the 
request of the Salem Fire Department, who 
was on scene to extinguish a small camp 
fire. Officer stood by while the FD 
conducted their duties. Officer cleared a 
short time later.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20179006
Date: Tuesday, December 26,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
259 W THIRTEENTH ST

Complainant: WILLIAM FISH

Officers responded to the above location for 
a loud music complaint. 

Upon arrival, the source of the music was 
located and contact was made with the 
subject. The music was turned down and 
officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Tuesday, December 26, 2017
08:48 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178995
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Fire 
2200 MERLE RD A 
SCHOOL

Officers responded to the above location 
along with the fire dept. for a fire alarm. The 
interior of the building was checked and the 
alarm was found to be coming from the 
boiler room. A keyholder arrived and the 
problem was corrected.




Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178997
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Intoxicated Person
E SCHOOL ST / E FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Report of an intoxicated male subject in the 
above area. 

Upon arrival, officers located the male 
subject in front of his brothers house (518 
E. 5TH.) and he advised that this is where 
he was going. 

Officers spoke with the brother who advised 
that the male subject was coming to his 
residence and that he would take care of 
him.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178998
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Ambulance Needed
447 CONTINENTAL DR 39

Complainant: DISPATCH, EMT

Officer responded to the above location at 
the request of EMT ambulance. They 
advised that a female at the residence has 
called several times today and has also 
been transported to two different hospitals. 
They advised that she has once again 
called, stating she needs medical attention. 

EMT transported the female to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178993
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Underage Consumption
657 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: HERY SALAMANCA

Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
State St for a possible under age party. The 
complainant advised a male subject was 
selling alcohol to minors and a fight broke 
out earlier at the residence. 

Officers checked the residence but the only 
person present was the tenant.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178992
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
378 E FOURTH ST 1/2

Complainant: TAYLOR RICKELS

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fourth St in regards to a burglary in 
progress. The female complainant advised 
that she heard a loud noise coming from 
her bathroom and believed that someone 
had broke the window and was attempting 
to gain entry. Officers arrived on scene and 
forced entry to the residence, officers then 
proceeded to check the inside of the 
residence and did observe the window in 
the bathroom to be open. 

Officers did not observe any footprints 
outside or any thing else suspicious. 
Officers advised the female that if she hears 
anything else to contact the Salem Police 
Department.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20178991
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
900 BLOCK OF


Complainant: CINDY EREMBURG

Officer responded to the 900 block of S 
Union Ave for a vehicle hit-skip accident. 
The complainant advised she heard a loud 
noise and noticed the telephone pole was 
struck with low hanging wires. The vehicle 
had fled the area prior to officers arrival and 
left a large amount of parts from the 
accident. 

The fire department was called to the scene 
until Ohio Edison could come out to fix the 
telephone pole. Officers took pictures of the 
damage and cleared the scene without 
incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178990
Date: Monday, December 25,2017
Menacing / Threats
2553 LEXINGTON AVE 9 

Complainant: TYLAR WEHR

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a menacing report. The 
complainant advised that a male subject 
had made threats over the phone to cause 
physical harm. The complainant stated that 
he wanted to pursue charges and willingly 
wrote a written statement. The incident is 
currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178989
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Intoxicated Driver
N LINCOLN AVE / E ELEVENTH

Officer responded to the area of N Lincoln 
Ave and E Eleventh St for a possible 
intoxicated driver travelling at slow speeds. 
Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 200 
block of S Lincoln Ave with the vehicle and 
the driver did not appear to be impaired. 
The driver advised she was driving slowly 
due to the road conditions.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178988
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Intoxicated Driver
2875 E STATE ST A

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a possible intoxicated driver 
travelling at slow speeds.

Officer initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle 
and the driver did not appear to be 
impaired. The driver advised she was 
driving slowly due to the road conditions.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178987
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Intoxicated Driver
1249 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer responded to the area of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. and State St. for a report of a 
vehicle driving without any lights on. Officer 
did locate the vehicle and advised the driver 
they were stopped due to not having any 
lights on the vehicle. The driver advised 
officer that none of the lights on the vehicle 
worked. Officer gave the driver a warning 
for unsafe vehicle and had it parked legally 
on the roadway. Officer provided the 
subjects with a courtesy ride home.




Ptl. J .Brooks



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Incident #: 20178986
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Suspicious Vehicle 
565 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers on patrol checked a suspicious 
vehicle in the 500 block of Franklin St. and 
located a motor vehicle with the engine on, 
no driver or occupants around. Officer 
secured the vehicle keys and attempted to 
locate the owner. Officer located the driver 
and explained to him that leaving his motor 
vehicle running was a danger and against 
the law. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20178985
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Fight
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the corner of S 
Howard Ave and W Wilson St for a fight in 
progress. There was a large group of 
people yelling at one another in a field and 
alley and all were advising there was an 
altercation. All subjects were known to 
officers and several were advised to go to 
the police station to diffuse the situation. 

The other subjects stated that several 
subjects were making threats and came to 
the residence to start a fight. 

The subjects were given written statements 
to fill out about the incident. The other 
subjects involved in the altercation stated 
that they were walking through to field to 
head home when they were jumped from 
behind. All subjects involved had red marks 
and one male subject request first 
responders and an ambulance but then 
refused treatment. 

After further investigation it was found that 
the subjects agreed to meet at the location 
to settle an argument when a physical 
altercation occurred. Charges are currently 
pending against the subjects.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178983
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
939 FRANKLIN AVE

Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave. to conduct a warrant check of 
a residence and after checking 2 
residences were unable to locate the 
subject. Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Monday, December 25, 2017
08:24 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178979
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV 
987 W STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the area of W. State 
St. and Georgetown Rd. for a disabled 
vehicle. Officer arrived and found the 
motorist had assistance on the way and the 
vehicle was not in the roadway any longer.



Ptl. R. Keister



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lncident #: 20178963
Date: Saturday, December 23,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART


Complainant: WALMART, SUPERCENTER 

Officer(s) responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the stores 
loss prevention officer. Loss prevention 
stated they had a adult female detained in 
the security office for theft. Officers placed 
Melissa Mcculley in custody for theft without 
incident. Mcculley had reportedly concealed 
$75.52 in merchandise on her person and 
then exited the store past all points of sale 
without rendering payment.

Mcculley was transported to the station 
were she was processed and then taken to 
the county jail. Officers cleared.


Arrested / Melissa L Mcculley / AGE 36
Charge / Theft


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178976
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
417 E SEVENTH ST 1R

Complainant: SCOTT HARTENSTEIN

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 
Complainant advised he was on the phone 
with his daughter and she was screaming. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
daughter and she denied screaming. Both 
sides stated a verbal dispute did occur but 
nothing physical. The male half voluntarily 
agreed to leaving the residence to avoid 
any further problems.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178974
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Harassment
1761 E STATE ST

Complainant: MIRANDA MORAR

OfFicer(s) responded to the 1700 block of 
East State St for a report of harassment. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that someone 
known to her had driven by and flipped her 
off. 

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



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178973
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Follow Up Or Investigation
565 FRANKLIN AVE B

Officer on patrol responded to the 500 block 
of Franklin St. for a follow up investigation. 
Officer collected a piece of property and 
gathered additions1 information for the 
investigating officer. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20178972
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
417 E SEVENTH ST 1/2


Complainant: AMANDA HARTENSTEIN

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised she 
wanted officers to standby until her father 
arrived to pick her up. The complainant 
stated
her live in boyfriend would become upset if 
she tries to leave with their children. Officer 
did speak with the male and he stated there 
would be no problems. Dispute was verbal 
only.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178971
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Stolen Vehicle
417 E SEVENTH ST 1/2

Complainant: AMANDA HARTENSTEIN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a stolen vehicle report. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that she 
had a verbal argument with her live in 
boyfriend and he left with her vehicle 
without her permission. 

A stolen vehicle report was filled out and 
was brought back to this station to be 
entered into LEADS. 

While on station, the complainant called 
back and advised this officer that her 
boyfriend returned with the vehicle and she 
did not wish to peruse any criminal charges.



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20178970
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Theft 
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART

Complainant: ANNA


Officers responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St in regards to a verbal dispute and 
possible theft report. The complainant 
advised that a female subject reached 
behind the business's counter and 
attempted to take two packs of cigarettes, 
the complainant also advised that the two 
subjects appeared to be highly intoxicated. 

Officers arrived on scene and located the 
male and female subjects on the grocery 
side of the store. It was found that the male 
subject had been highly intoxicated inside 
of the business and that the female subject 
had concealed numerous items inside of 
her purse. The male subject was then 
subsequently placed in custody for 
Disorderly Conduct- Public lntoxication and 
the female subject was placed in custody 
for Theft. 

Both subjects were then transported back to 
the Salem Police Department for booking 
and processing and then transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Ryan D Armstrong
AGE 33
Address: 1205 Depot Road, Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct-Public 
lntoxication (M4)


Arrested: Mary D Fitch
AGE 37
Address: 189 E Third St. Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Theft (M1)



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20178969
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Suicide 
1073 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: KIMBERLY SEAMAN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a female making threats to harm 
herself. 

Upon arrival, officer met with the 
complainant, who is the mother of the 
female in question. The mother stated she 
heard her daughter make the threats to 
harm herself after her boyfriend left due to a 
possible break up. 

The daughter was pink slipped and 
transported to Salem ER by KLG for 
evaluation.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178968
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
590 N ELLSWORTH AVE 1/2

Complainant: IAN COLE

Officers responded to the 500 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave in regards to a suspicious 
vehicle report. The complainant advised 
that he lived upstairs in the duplex and 
believed that no one was living downstairs. 
The complainant also advised that he heard 
people downstairs inside of the residence. 

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the two subjects in question, it was 
found that they had just recently moved into 
the residence. 

Officers cleared without incident.




Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20178967
Date: Sunday, December 24,2017
KEY- Open Door
231 W TENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
Tenth St in regards to an open door. The 
complainant advised that the door had been 
opened for awhile and that it appeared that 
no one was at the residence. 

Officers arrived on scene and did observe 
the open door, officers then made entry to 
the residence. Upon checking the interior of 
the residence everything appeared to be 
okay. Officers attempted to make contact 
with the home owner via telephone but 
were unable too.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20178966
Date: Saturday, December 23,2017
Fight
565 FRANKLIN AVE B

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an assault. 

Upon arrival, the victim stated he was 
assaulted by an unknown male after the 
victim saw what appeared to be a narcotics 
deal taking place in the rear of the above 
location. The victim stated the subject 
punched him in the face then fled the area 
in a dark colored truck. Officers checked the 
area but were unable to locate the vehicle 
in question. 

The victim denied medical treatment and 
was advised to contact this station if he saw 
the subject or vehicle again.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178965
Date: Saturday, December 23,2017
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: GOSHEN, TWP 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to assist Goshen Township 
Police Department with an OVI.

The officer assisted with the testing and 
Goshen Township PD then cleared from the 
station.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178964
Date: Saturday, December 23,2017 
Intoxicated Person
965 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: ED LITTLE

Officers and FD responded to the 900 block 
of S. Lundy Ave. to check the well being of 
an intoxicated female who was inside her 
residence. 

The complainant advised officers that the 
female subject was not responsive.

Officers did speak to the female who was 
woken up from a nap. The female did sign a 
refusal of treatment and was advised is she 
needed anything to call the PD.



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20178961
Date: Saturday, December 23,2017 
Menacing / Threats
311 NEWGARDEN AVE A

Complainant: JENNIFER 
SHELLENBERGER

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
New garden for a report of menacing. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
her ex boyfriend and father of some of her 
children had threatened her and the 
children with physical harm. 

Officers took written statements from the 
complainant and advised her of the options 
for dealing with the situation. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178959
Date: Saturday, December 23,2017
Vehicle Fire
339 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported fire. 

Upon arrival, officers located a vehicle that 
witnesses stated was on fire. Salem FD 
arrived and confirmed the fire had been 
extinguished.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178958
Date: Saturday, December 23,2017
Ambulance Needed
861 Newgarden

Complainant: AMBULANCE, EMT

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a medical. Upon 
arrival, officers stood by until EMT arrived 
and transported a male to Salem ER.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178957
Date: Saturday, December 23,2017
Assist Other Agency
929 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: STARK, COUNTY SO

At the request of the Alliance P.D. officers 
responded to the 900 block of Franklin to 
check for a person they needed to speak 
with. 

On arrival officers made contact with the 
current resident of the home who stated 
that they did not now the person in 
question. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Sunday, December 24, 2017
07:52 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178938
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
193 N UNION AVE

Officer responded to the 100 block of N. 
Union Ave. for a report of possible drug 
paraphernalia. 

Officer collected the property and brought it 
back to the PD to be destroyed.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178941
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Fight
975 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 900 block of S. 
Lundy Ave. for a report of a fight in 
progress. 

Upon arriving officers spoke to all parties 
involved who advised officers that the fight 
was over a bottle of alcohol. There were no 
visible injuries. Officers advised all parties 
involved to remain separated for the 
evening.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178944
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
148 PENN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 100 block of Penn 
Ave. for a parking complaint. Officer was 
able to locate the owner of the vehicle and 
have it moved.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20178946
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Traffic Sinnal Malfunction
E PERSHING ST / S LINCOLN

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to traffic light at E. 
Pershing St. and S. Lincoln Ave. for a report 
of the light not functioning.

Officer watched the light cycle through 
several times.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20178947
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
N LUNDY AVE / E FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to N. Lundy Ave. and E. 
Fourth St. for a report of several subjects 
selling items out of a vehicle. Officer 
checked the area, but was not able to 
locate the vehicle.




Ptl. J.Brooks



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incident #: 20178929
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported 
192 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported breaking and 
entering. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. 

The complainant stated that someone 
unknown had broken into the building 
through the back door. The complainant 
stated further that nothing appeared to be 
missing. Officers advised the complainant 
of the options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178943
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment 
615 S LINCOLN AVE 8

Complainant: Matthew Warren

Complainant calling to speak with a officer 
about receiving unwanted phone calls from 
Texas. Officers advised the complainant of 
the options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20178956
Date: Saturday, December 23,2017
Protection Order Violation

Complainant: CALLER, ANONYMOUS

Complainant on station to file a protection 
order violation report. Complainant advised 
that she has a protection order on her ex 
who lives out of state. Complainant advised 
she has received several text messages 
from her ex, violating the order. The 
protection order is on file at this station. 
Criminal charges are pending.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178954
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Underage Consumption
259 W THIRTEENTH ST A

ARA TYRONE FORD,  EAST LIVERPOOL, 
OH 

Officer was on routine patrol in the area of 
Buckeye School and noticed a large 
amount of vehicles in the parking lot. Officer 
spoke with several male subjects and they 
advised they were headed to a party. The 
officer advised them that it was private 
property and they needed to move their 
vehicles. 

Officers then made contact in the 200 block 
of W Thirteenth St with a large amount of 
individuals having a party. All the subjects 
at the residence were under age and were 
all checked for alcohol and drug 
consumption. Several subjects admitted to 
smoking marijuana and a male subject was 
cited with possession of marijuana. Several 
subjects were advised they were not 
permitted to drive and either got a ride 
home or stayed at the residence for the 
evening.


Cited: Tyrone L. Ford
AGE 20
Address: 2104 Boring Lane, East Liverpool, 
Ohio 43920
Charge: Possession of Marijuana city 
ordinance 513.03(C)2



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178953
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Fight
ROSE AVE / E FIFTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a fight. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the two 
subjects involved who are roommates. The 
argument was over a vehicle being used 
without permission. The roommate accused 
of taking the vehicle without permission, 
advised that the other roommate stated it 
was okay to drive the
vehicle. 

Due to conflicting stories along with accuser 
being intoxicated, they were both advised if 
the wished to fill out statement forms they 
could do so when sober. Both roommates 
were also advised the eviction process.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178952
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Traffic Offense
FRANKLIN AVE / SOUTHEAST 

ARA SKY COPE

Officer initiated a traffic stop on Franklin 
Ave near S.E. Boulevard and made contact 
with the driver. Officer could detect the odor 
of marijuana coming from the vehicle and 
the driver willingly handed over the 
marijuana. Officers conducted a probable 
cause search but did not locate anything 
else inside the vehicle. 

The driver was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for the possession of 
marijuana.


Cited: Sky L. Cope
AGE 21
Address: 1267 Cedar Ridge Dr, Apt. C, 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana city 
ordinance 513.03(C)2



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178951
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN STREET


Complainant: KIMBERLY CODY,  
Hanoverton, OH 44423

Officers responded to the above location for 
an irate male. Complainant advised she got 
into an argument with her husband who got 
arrested by another jurisdiction. 
Complainant also advised that her husband 
exited the vehicle and was trying to walk 
home. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
husband, who did admit to being 
intoxicated. The husband advised he did 
not want to be in the vehicle with his wife 
due to the argument. 

A cab was contact and the husband advised 
he would go to his parents residence for the 
evening.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178950
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Neighbor Dispute
577 COLUMBIA ST B 


Complainant: JOSHUA MONDAY

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised his neighbors were 
taking pictures of him and he was very 
upset. The complainant started to become 
irate with the officer and went inside his 
residence without offering further 
information. 

Officer spoke with the neighbor who 
advised the complainant appeared to have 
mental issues and he was on his cell phone 
speaking with a friend while having a fire 
outside. The neighbor also stated that the 
complainant is usually very friendly and was 
unsure what was
causing the complainants actions. The 
neighbor was advised to contact the PD if 
they had any issues.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178948
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Check Well Being
938 ARCH ST


Officers responded to the 900 block of Arch 
St for a well being check of a male subject. 
Neighbors advised the male subject had not 
been seen for a week and his dog was 
inside the residence barking. 

Upon further investigation the male subject 
was located inside his residence and it 
appeared he had been deceased for 
several days. First responders and EMT 
were called to the scene. The detective and 
coroner were notified of the incident. 

The death did not appear to be suspicious 
and it may have been from natural causes. 

The male subject was transported by EMT 
to Salem Regional Medical Center's 
morgue.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178947
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Solicitor(s)
N LUNDY AVE / E FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to N. Lundy Ave. and E. 
Fourth St. for a report of several subjects 
selling items out of a vehicle. Officer 
checked the area, but was not able to 
locate the vehicle.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20178946
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Traffic Signal Malfunction
E PERSHING ST / S LINCOLN

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to traffic light at E. 
Pershing St. and S. Lincoln Ave. for a report 
of the light not functioning.

Officer watched the light cycle through 
several times.


Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20178944
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
148 PENN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 100 block of Penn 
Ave. for a parking complaint. Officer was 
able to locate the owner of the vehicle and 
have it moved.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20178941
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Fight
975 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 900 block of S. 
Lundy Ave. for a report of a fight in 
progress. 

Upon arriving officers spoke to all parties 
involved who advised officers that the fight 
was over a bottle of alcohol. There were no 
visible
injuries. Officers advised all parties involved 
to remain separated for the evening.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178938
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
193 N UNION AVE

Officer responded to the 100 block of N. 
Union Ave. for a report of possible drug 
paraphernalia. 

Officer collected the property and brought it 
back to the PD to be destroyed.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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*



Saturday, December 23, 2017
09:47 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178928
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Civil Matter
1449 E STATE ST


Officers were requested to assist with the 
removal of a juvenile girl from the group 
home. She was to be taken to another 
home by a transport driver, all this ordered 
by the director of the company / business. 
The girl was calm and cooperated with the 
workers and officers cleared. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20178929
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported 
192 S LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported breaking and 
entering. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown had broken into the 
building through the back door. The 
complainant stated further that nothing 
appeared to be missing. 

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



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178930
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
840 W PERSHING ST 7

Complainant: DEBORAH LAPIN

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she was involved in a verbal dispute with 
her adult son. The complainant advised he 
departed prior to officers arriving. 
Complainant was advised to call back if 
there are future problems.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident # 20178932
Date: Friday, December 22, 2017
Accident Hit / Skip
892 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: QUINLAN FERRIER

2000 VOLK 2s BLK 
Owner MASTEN FERRIER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a hit/skip accident. 

Upon arrival, the vehicle owner advised his 
vehicle was legally parked in the 900 block 
of E. 5th St facing westbound. An unknown 
vehicle did strike the rear of the vehicle. 
The complainant advised the damage 
occurred between 2000hrs 12/21/17 and 
time of complaint.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178935
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Audible Alarm
1351 QUAKER CR

Complainant: SOS SECURITY

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Quaker Circle for a reported audible alarm 
from a closed business. On arrival officers 
checked the exterior of the building finding 
a open door. Officers checked the interior of 
the building finding it to be secure. A key 
holder arrived on scene and secured the 
building. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20178939
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Suspicious Activity 
S LUNDY AVE / FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
South Lundy for a report of suspicious 
activity / persons. 

On arrival officers checked the area and 
were unable to locate the persons in 
question.. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178925
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Suspicious Activity
616 E STATE ST B

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
State St after a caller reported suspicious 
activity involving a two vans and a vehicle in 
the area. 

Officers located the vehicles in the 
municipal lot North of E State St and 
affirmed they were paper delivery personnel 
loading papers for delivery. Officer talked 
with the individuals and affirmed there was 
nothing suspicious going on. 



Sgt B Slider 



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lncident #: 20178924
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Reckless Operator
855 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officers responded to the 855 W State 
Street, Dunkin Donuts, in regards to a 
reckless operator stuck on a snow drift. The 
vehicle was a green in color Jeep with a lot 
of juveniles occupying it. 

Upon officers arrival the driver stated that 
his vehicle was having a malfunction 
causing him to not be able to steer well and 
ended up going onto the snow drift in 
question. Once the vehicle was removed 
from the snow drift itself the driver and 
owner of the vehicle stated that he was 
going to park the vehicle carefully in the 
parking lot of the business and make 
arrangement to have the vehicle towed.

Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178923
Date: Friday, December 22,2017
Suspicious Person
1125 E STATE ST

On 12/22/2017 officers responded to the 
area of E State Street between Circle K and 
Burger King for a loud male subject 
screaming and yelling obscenities. 

Upon officers arrival the entire area was 
searched with negative contact with subject. 
Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178922
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Traffic Offense


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle, in the 
200 block of E Fourth St, for a stop sign 
violation. After a brief investigation, it was 
learned that the operator's driver's license 
was suspended. The driver was 
subsequently cited with Driving Under 
Suspension and a stop sign violation. The 
registration and license plates to the vehicle 
were ultimately confiscated, per the Ohio 
BMV registrar, and the vehicle was 
subsequently towed from the roadway by 
Sinsley Towing. Officer cleared.


Cited: Travis Diekmann AGE 32
379 Columbia St
Leetonia, OH 44431
Charges: Driving Under Suspension-
Security (ORC 4510.11A)
Stop Sign (ORC 4511.43A)



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178921
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
SUPERIOR AVE / N LINCOLN


While on Patrol Officers noticed a vehicle 
parked in a driveway with the back end on 
the roadway. Officers made contact with the 
owner who was already in the process of 
correcting the issue.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20178919
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Animal Complaint 
408 OHlO AVE

Complainant: WENDY MORRIS

On 12/21/2017 Officers were dispatched to 
the 400 block of Ohio Ave for a barking dog. 
Once on scene Officers located the source 
of the barking dog but it could not be seen 
from outside the house. Attempts were 
made to conatact the owner at the house 
without success. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that the owner may be over on E. 
Euclid St.. Once on E. Euclid St. Officers 
located the owner and advised her of the 
complaint.

The owner said she was aware of the dog 
at her house and would go check on it.


Ptl. Connolly


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Incident #: 20178918
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Speeding / Racing Vehicles
BRICKER FARMS LN

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

On 12/21/2017 Officers were dispatched to 
the area of Bricker Farms Ln. for a possible 
reckless driver. Officers were informed that 
a vehicle driving by the residence located at 
Bricker Farms Ln. was doing burnout's and 
driving fast in the residential area. No 
description was given of the vehicle by the 
complainant. 

When Officers arrived in the area negative 
contact was made with the vehicle in 
question.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20178917
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Traffic Offense
N LINCOLN AVE / E SECOND ST


Officer stopped a vehicle in the 100 block of 
N Lincoln Ave in regards to an equipment 
violation. After a brief investigation, it was 
discovered that the driver had a suspended 
driver's license. The driver was 
subsequently cited for Driving Under 
Suspension-Non Compliance (ORC 
4510.16A) and No Headlights (ORC 
4513.03 A2).

After the citation was issued, the vehicle 
was searched pursuant to valid consent 
given from the owner, who was passenger 
in the vehicle. The search yielded nothing 
illegal and the vehicle was driven from the 
scene by the owner. Officers cleared.


Cited: Allen W. Lippiatt, AGE 31
474 N Hazelwood Rd
Youngstown, OH 44509
Cited: Driving Under Suspension-Non 
Compliance (ORC 4510.16A)
No Headlights (ORC 4513.03A2)




Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178916
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Possible Scam
721 W STATE ST

Complainant: LORETTA PUCKETT

Police were contacted by public service for 
a possible scam. The complainant advised 
she has been getting phone calls about 
owing money or she would have a warrant 
for her. 

Officers advised her that the call was a 
scam and to inform them she had contacted 
the Police Dept.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178914
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Speak To Officer
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Complainant: ASHLEY ICKES

A female came to the Police Dept in 
reference sexual harassment at her work. 
The complainant advised she had made her 
supervisor aware of the situation. The 
complainant also advised she wanted the 
incident documented.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178913
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Theft
2170 MONROE ST 61

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

A complainant had initially requested to file 
a report regarding a stolen pair of pants, but 
subsequently decided they did not want a 
report made and did not wish to pursue the 
matter.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20178912
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF PENN AVE


Complainant: EMILY ELLSWORTH

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a vehicle parked in the 20 minute 
zone . The vehicle had a dealers tag on it 
and came back to a dealership in Alliance, 
Oh.

The complainant came out and advised it's 
been parked there almost three hours.

Officer issued it a red warning for the 
parking advising that a pink ticket would be 
issued.

This was at approximately 1538hrs.

Officer chalked the left rear tire at the 12 
o'clock position and marked the road.

Officer did go back at 1600hrs and the 
vehicle was gone.



Ptl. French



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Friday, December 22, 2017
09:25 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178899
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
536 FRANKLIN ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin St for a report of loud music. The 
entire block was checked and the only 
music heard was coming from a Holiday 
decoration in a yard. The music was not 
loud enough to constitute a violation of City 
noise ordinances. A second call about the 
music volume was received later in the AM 
hours. The caller advised that some of the 
holiday songs were louder than others, 
therefore officer parked in the area and 
monitored the music through several 
different songs. 

Officer did note that the volume varied 
between songs and the music was loud 
enough to be audible in excess of 100 feet 
due to how quiet the night time is. The 
decorations are set up in a vacant lot 
between two residences and officer was 
uncertain which residence the decorations 
belonged to. 

Officer subsequently requested a day shift 
officer make contact with a resident later 
this morning to advise of the ordinance and 
request they make an adjustment to the 
decorations volume, or at least turn it off at 
night to prevent further complaints and 
avoid a potential citation. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178903
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation 
100 BLOCK OF HIGHLAND AVE

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a black colored vehicle bearing 
Ohio registration, HCF3829 sitting on the 
west side of the road facing south in a no 
parking zone. The vehicle was parked in 
front of the sign. Officer issued a pink ticket 
to the vehicle for the violation and cleared.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178904
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Domestic In Progress
S LUNDY AVE / FRANKLIN ST

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and talked with the two females residing 
there along with the father of the one who 
also resides there.

It was found that one female had mis-
spoken about the others father at work and 
then it spread causing problems. They all 
work at the same business.

After a short discussion the two females 
decided to go talk privately and come to a 
mutual understanding apologizing to each 
other.

No physical violence at time of report.

Not a domestic but possible assault from 
one female against the other

No charges wanted at time of call.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178905
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Menacing / Threats
1680 S LINCOLN AVE 
GAS STATION


Complainant: CHARMI PATEL

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a verbal altercation. Officers 
spoke with the complainant, who stated a 
male subject came in and demanded 
money back from a purchase on his bank 
card that was charged twice. The 
complainant checked the credit card 
computer and it was only charged once. 

She tried to explain to the male subject to 
call his bank to see if it was a problem with 
the bank. The male subject became angry 
and started to scream at the complainant. 
The complainant told the male subject to 
calm down or she was going to call the 
police and the male subject ran out of the 
store and left in a dark blue SUV.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20178907
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Audible Alarm
964 BENTON RD
FAC TORY/MILL/PLANT

Complainant: SECURECOM

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found a vehicle on scene.

Ohio registration, GEV4141 which came 
back to a person known from an area 
business.

It was found that an employee was on 
scene and they were looking at the building.

They were advised of the alarm and the 
procedure for the next time if one?

Also they were advised to contact this 
department and leave information on who to 
contact in case we need to get ahold of a 
key holder.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178908
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST


Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an unruly juvenile, Officers 
spoke with the complainant who stated that 
a female juvenile was yelling and 
threatening other juveniles. Officers spoke 
with the juvenile who stated that another 
female juvenile started the incident. Officers 
spoke with both juveniles and they agreed 
they would stay away from each other the 
rest of the day.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20178909
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Shoplifter(s)
148 PENN AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an item taken from a business. 
Evidence was gathered along with video 
and the matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178910
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
536 CEDAR ST

Police responded to the 500 block of Cedar 
St for Criminal Damaging. The complainant 
advised they had left this morning to go to 
the store. 

The complainants had returned home and 
observed the residence had been egged.

No signs of damage had been observed.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 2017891
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Abandoned / Junk MV
100 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH


Officer was advised again that the vehicle 
GXS8816 parked in the 100blk of N. 
Ellsworth was still there and appears not to 
have been moved.

Officer issued another 10 day red warning 
and placed a note on it that this was the 
second and it would be towed at the 10 
days 12-31-17.

It appeared to still not have moved right 
rear and left rear tires flat.

Date: 04-04-17 0621hrs was the first report 
listed below #20172063.

Officer was made aware of a vehicle parked 
in the 100blk of N. EllsworthNV. 2nd St area 
that had a right rear flat tire and had not 
moved in over a month or more.

Officer located the vehicle a two tone GMC 
bearing Ohio registration, GXS8816.

Officer observed the flat tire on the vehicle.

Officer issued a red warning tag for Illegally 
Parked/Abandoned Vehicle on Private 
Property 303.10

Warning placed on front windshield drivers 
side.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178886
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
1823 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: EMILY POTTS

On 12/20/2017 Emily Potts came to Salem 
Police Station to make a report about 
telecommunications harassment. The 
complaint advised that 2 males that her 
boyfriend is associated with has been 
sending threatening messages over social 
media.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20178887
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
2440 SOUTHEAST BLVD A
RESTAURANT


Officers received information on the 
whereabouts of a known male who had an 
active arrest warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriff's Office. Officers responded 
and located the male, who was 
subsequently arrested and transported to 
the police department for processing. He 
was later transferred to the custody of a 
Columbiana County Deputy Sheriff for 
transport to the jail.


Arrested: Trent A. Marcum AGE 21
10740 W Pine Lake Rd
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant-Failure to Appear



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178888
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
2337 OAK ST 

On 12/20/2017 Officers arrived at 2300 
block of Oak St. to conduct a warrant arrest. 
Officers located Ashley Carlariello asleep in 
the basement of the home. She was 
identified and the warrant was confirmed 
through Salem Dispatch. 

Ashley was placed under arrest and 
transported to Salem Police Department for 
paperwork and released to Columbiana 
County Sheriff Deputies.


Arrested: Ashley Carlariello (AGE 24)
2337 Oak St.
Salem OH, 44406
Charge: Warrant-Failure to Appear




Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20178890
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Speak To Officer 
192 S LINCOLN AVE


Police were requested in the 100 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. The new owner wanted 
officers to check a building he had just 
purchased. Officers searched through the 
building. Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178891
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Police received a report of a drive off from 
Smith Oil. The employee advised an orange 
Chevy Colbalt left without paying for $14.15 
worth of gas.


Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178892
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
COURT DR
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer observed a vehicle parked inside 
Centennial Park after closing hours with two 
subjects inside. Officer made contact with 
both subjects and advised them of the park 
hours. They left the park and officer 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178893
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
PROSPECT 900 BLOCK A

While on routine patrol officers observed a 
vehicle parked in Kelly Park after hours. 
Upon making contact with the occupants in 
the vehicle they were advised of park hours 
and asked to leave. 

Once the vehicle along with both occupants 
cleared from the park officers did as well.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20178894
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Theft 
491 Sharp Ave

Complainant: LEWIS HUYGHE

On 12/20/2017 Officers Responded to the 
400 block of Sharp Ave. in reference to a 
theft complaint. Officers made contact with 
the complainant who advised he had 
contacted the police for his neighbor who 
wished to file a theft report. 

Officers made contact with the 
complainants neighbor who explained that 
she had received packages to her front 
porch while she was at work that had been 
opened and items had been stolen from 
them.

The complainant explained that she would 
have to get a more detailed list of items for 
the officers at a later date.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20178895
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Reckless Operator
1015 N LINCOLN AVE


Officers were dispatched to the above area 
in reference to a reckless operator. 
Dispatch advised of a white Toyota 
travelling south bound on N Lincoln Ave. 
Officers responded and located the vehicle. 

After observing the vehicle for several 
minutes, no violations were observed and 
officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178896
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Power Equipment
HIGHLAND AVE / CLEVELAND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Highland Avenue and Cleveland Street for a 
noise complaint which was possibly coming 
from power equipment. 

Officers responded and located the source 
of the noise behind a residence in the 100 
block of N. Union Avenue. Officers made 
contact with a male subject who was using 
a sander inside a white tent. The subject 
was advised of the complaint and stated he 
would stop for the night.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178897
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
BUTCHER RD


Officer located a vehicle stopped in the cul-
de-sac on Butcher Rd near E Pershing St 
Ext. The vehicle began to depart as officer 
approached the area and a traffic stop was 
initiated. The occupants had stopped to eat 
food that they had recently purchased at a 
nearby restaurant. After affirming they were 
at least 18 years of age they sent on their 
way. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178898
Date: Thursday, December 21,2017
Ambulance Needed
861 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: EMT

On 12/21/2017 officers responded to the 
area of the 800 block of Newgarden Ave. in 
regards to a medical call involving a 
possible drunk male subject. 

Upon officers and medical staff arrival, we 
were met with the male subject outside of 
his residence and he was complaining 
about shortness of breath and chest pain. 

Medical staff immediately took over and 
advised that the subject was going to be 
transported over to Salem Regional Medical 
Center for treatment. Once KLG staff had 
the subject and cleared officers did as well 
without incident.


-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20178889
Date:Wednesday, December 20,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE /  SUNSET BVLD

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Unit 1- 2017 FORD 4s BLU, 
Owner/Operator- Richard Brendlinger

Unit 2- 2015 FORD SW RED, 
Owner/Operator- Carol Abrams

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
N Lincoln Ave and Sunset Blvd in reference 
to a two vehicle traffic accident. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with both 
operators who advised that no injuries were 
sustained. Unit 1, a blue 2017 Ford Fusion, 
was travelling south bound on N Lincoln 
Ave behind Unit 2, a red 2015 Ford Edge. 
Unit 2 slowed to make a right turn onto 
Sunset Blvd. Unit 1 failed to slow in time 
and struck the rear of Unit 2, while Unit 2 
was making the turn. As a result, Unit 2 was 
pushed across the west bound lane of 
Sunset Blvd and into the east bound lane, 
where it came to final rest. 

Unit 2 sustained functional damage to the 
rear, while Unit 1 sustained functional 
damage to the front. 

The Salem Fire Department also responded 
to the scene due to unknown liquid having 
been spilled onto the roadway. 

The driver of Unit 1 was cited for Assured 
Clear Distance Ahead and both vehicles 
were driven from the scene. 


Cited: Richard C. Brendlinger Jr. AGE 45
1078 E Third St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Assured Clear Distance Ahead 
(Salem ORD 333.03)



Ptl. Cochran



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Thursday, December 21, 2017
08:09 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178885
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST B
HOSPITAL


Complainant: SRMC ER, MACY

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
being advised by hospital staff that the male 
subject from report #20178881 had walked 
out of the building through the ambulance 
doors.

After much searching and checking the 
area the male subject could not be found. 
Goshen P.D. was advised in case the male 
went to an address in their area.

The male still had an IV in when he left in 
his hospital gown.



Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20178861
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Littering / Dumping
366 W WILSON ST


Complainant: TEDDY LOMAX,  LEETONIA, 
OH 44431

While on patrol officers were flagged down 
by the complainant and advised of illegal 
dumping in the 300 block of the unarmed 
alley between West Wilson and West 
Pershing St. 

Officers checked the area and located 
several car tires that had been dumped in 
the alley way.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178863
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Intoxicated Person
1750 E STATE ST
LIQUOR STORE


Complainant: BROOKS

Officers responded to Genes Drive Thru for 
a report of an intoxicated subject. Store 
employee advised officer that the subject 
left in a vehicle and didn't know which way 
he went. Officers checked the area, but 
were not able to locate the vehicle.


Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20178864
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Assault
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officer responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St to take a report of a fight that 
occurred at Centennial Park.

Officer arrived and found that two female 
juveniles had left a group home and went to 
the park to fight. The complainant advised 
that she needed a report on file for the 
state. Officer did issue a report number and 
cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178866
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Assist Other Agency
618 DEMING ST

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY 
CHILD SER

Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Deming to assist Childrens Services with an 
on-going investigation. Officer did assist 
and cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178868
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person 
201 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: QUAKER, VILLAGE 201 S 
LINCOLN AVE SALEM, OH 

Officers responded to Quaker Village Store 
for a report of an irate person. Store 
employees advised they wanted the male 
trespassed from the store. Officers advised 
the male that he was no longer allowed at 
the store.



Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20178869
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Domestic In Progress
565 Columbia St

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St for a domestic in progress. 
Upon arrival officers could hear two people 
yelling inside the residence. Both parties 
advised that they were having a verbal 
argument but nothing physical had 
occurred. 

The male subject stated he would leave the 
residence for a while until things calmed 
down.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178870
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Traffic Offense
ROSE AVE / E THIRD ST


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle in the 800 block of E Third St. 
During the stop the driver gave consent to 
search the vehicle. During the search a 
small item of interest was located. 

The occupants were given a warning for the 
item and the driver was given a warning for 
the driving offense.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178871
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
673 E THIRD ST


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a moving violation. 
During the stop officer did smell the scent of 
raw marijuana. The occupants were 
removed and officer did locate a large bag 
of marijuana inside the vehicle. One of the 
occupants was also found to have an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County.

The male was taken into custody for the 
warrant and was also cited for Possession 
of Marijuana. The male was later released 
to the Columbiana Sheriffs Office.



Arrested: Brenston T. Thompkins
AGE 22
Address: 901 Saint George St East 
Liverpool, OH 43920
Charge: Warrant - Felony Vandalism
(MM) Possession of Marijuana



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178872
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
861 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 800 block of New 
Garden Ave. for a parking complaint. Officer 
was able to locate the owner of the vehicle 
and have it moved.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178873
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Reckless Operator
N ELLSWORTH AVE / BRICKER 

Officer responded to N Ellsworth Ave and 
the city limits for a reckless operator. Officer 
checked the area for the vehicle with the 
description given but was unable to locate. 
Perry Township PD was also advised of the 
reckless operator due to the vehicle being 
in their jurisdiction as well.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178875
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Traffic Offense
110 W STATE ST

ARA CARRION, JOHN D 314 E THIRD ST 
SALEM, OH 44460

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop with a 
vehicle for an equipment violation in the 100 
block of W State St.

Upon speaking to the driver officer 
observed the smell of marijuana coming 
from inside of the vehicle. Officers did 
conduct a probable cause search of the 
vehicle and did located marijuana inside of 
the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle was 
also found to have a suspended drivers 
license. 

The driver was issued a MM Citation for the 
possession of marijuana and a traffic 
citation for driving under suspension (In 
State Drug Offense) and for headlights 
required. The driver of the vehicle was 
given a mandatory court date of 12/26/2017 
at CCMC.



Cited: John D Carrion
AGE 38
Address: 314 E Third Street, Salem, Ohio, 
44460 (LKA)
Charge(s): Driving Under Suspension (In 
State Drug Offense), Headlights Required, 
Possession of marijuana (MM)



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178877
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Suspicious Activity
384 AETNA ST

Complainant: KATHY 

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the female who advised that 
person unknown had placed a sign on the 
front door with an obscene message on it.

Person also a few days ago had left a 
message similar on her windshield at 
another location in the City.

The female advised she has no idea who is 
doing this or why?

Officer advised more patrol when possible 
would be provided for the area. She just 
wanted it documented at this time.



Ptl. French




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lncident #: 20178878
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Drug Overdose
1280 SOUTHEAST BLVD 52

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above noted 
location for a possible drug overdose. 

Upon arrival, the first responders were 
tending to an unconscious male individual 
lying on the bathroom floor from an 
apparent drug overdose. The first 
responders administered Narcan to the 
individual and were able to stabilize him. 

He was ultimately transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT 
ambulance, where he was treated and later 
released.

Officer responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center and the individual was 
served a copy of the immunity form. He was 
advised to follow the instructions to avoid 
prosecution.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178879
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Reckless Operator
PENN AVE / COLUMBIA ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a reckless operator, Officers located the 
vehicle and spoke with the subject who was 
not impaired and was released.

Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178881
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1995 E STATE ST B
HOSPITAL


Officers responded to the above location to 
pick up a male individual on an active 
warrant. The individual was being medically 
released from an earlier incident. He was 
placed into custody without incident and 
transported to this department for 
processing. 

While on station, the male advised that he 
was having chest pains. The Salem FD first 
responders along with KLG ambulance 
responded to this department and the 
individual was ultimately transported back 
to the Salem regional Medical Center.


Warrant: Failure to Appear - Receiving 
stolen property
Trent A. Marcum: AGE 21
10740 W. Pine Lake Rd. Salem, Ohio 
44460



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178884
Date: Wednesday, December 20,2017
Domestic Dispute Report
705 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and talked with the female resident who 
advised no male or any one else was there 
except her three year old daughter who was 
running up and down the steps yelling and 
she was telling her to stop. 

No domestic and no signs of any violence 
by the door way. Officers advised her of the 
complaint and she complained of the 
neighbor to the west of her continually 
running up and down her steps making 
noise.



Ptl. French



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Wednesday, December 20, 2017
09:38 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178855
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Theft
2203 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer@) responded to the 2200 block of 
East State St for a reported theft I indecent 
exposure. 

On arrival officers spoke with a employee of 
the store as well as a customer. Both stated 
that a male (who was still in the store) had 
concealed a candy bar on his persons and 
then left the store without rendering 
payment. The witnesses stated further that 
the man had then came back into the store 
and dropped his pants exposing himself.

Officers placed Michael Hamilton in custody 
without incident for Theft and Public 
Indecency. 

Hamilton was transported to the station 
were he was processed and then 
transported to the county jail. Officers 
cleared.


Arrested // Michael A Hamilton // AGE 28
Charge // Theft
// Public Indecency



Ptl R Keister 




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Incident #: 20178854
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
911 Hang-Up Call
1684 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Officer responded to an open 911 call with 
the dispatcher hearing a child in the back 
ground. Officer spoke with resident who 
claimed no one had called and that there 
were no children in the house. Officer 
cleared without further calls here. 



Ptl Banar



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Incident #: 20178857
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Menacing By Stalking
193 W EIGHTH ST


Complainant: ALICIA CRAIG

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of 
menacing by stalking. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised an 
unknown female drove past her residence 
and was "yelling' at her. The complainant 
later advised the female confronted her at a 
local business. The complainant did provide 
a vehicle registration. 

Officer will attempt to make contact with the 
female. The complainant was advised to 
contact the poluice immediately if there are 
any further problems.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178859
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
413 S BROADWAY AVE


Complainant: JESSE KETCHUM, 
SALINEVILLE, OH 43945 9777

Complainant on station to report a theft that 
had occurred in the city. The complainant 
stated that someone unknown to him had 
entered one of his properties in the 400 
block of South Broadway and taken several 
items.

Officers provided the complainant with the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178858
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Suspicious Activity
1264 SOUTHEAST BLVD A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Complainant calling to speak with a officer 
about possible illegal activity drug in the 
city. Officers advised the complainant that 
the information would be passed along to 
the DTF. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178844
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Accident MV vs Animal
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE 

Complainant: REBECCA FABERTY

Unit # 1  Owner REBECCA FABERTY

Officer responded to Pennsylvania Ave. for 
a motor vehicle accident involving a truck 
and Deer. Upon officer arriving the deer 
was dead. 

Officer took photos of the damage to the 
complainants vehicle. The complainant 
Filled out a deer carcass receipt and took 
possession of the deer.



Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20178845
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Traffic Offense
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST 


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for an equipment 
violation. During the stop the driver was 
found to not have a valid drivers license. 
The driver was cited for the violation. The 
driver also gave consent to search the 
vehicle but nothing of significance was 
located.



Cited: Charles L Bickerton
AGE 52
Address: 313 N Broadway Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: DUS - Non Compliance



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178847
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Traffic Offense 
E STATE ST / HIGHLAND AVE

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
1300 block of E State St. for several 
equipment violations and the driver was 
given warnings for those violations. A 
search of the vehicle reviled no contraband 
and officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178848
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Check Well Being
329 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: REBECCA BROWN, 
LEETONIA, OH 44431

Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Newgarden Ave to check the well being of a 
male. The complainant advised that an 
adult male wanted to leave his residence 
but that it appeared family members would 
not allow him. 

Officers did check on the male who stated 
that he did not wish to leave and was fine at 
his residence.

Officers advised complainant and cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178849
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
339 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Officer responded to the 300 block of 
Newgarden Ave. Officers had previously 
been to the residence for a check well being 
(see report #20178848). A male had 
previously not wanted to leave the home 
but had since gotten into an argument with 
another family member and did want to 
leave the home. 

Officers did stand by to ensure that the  
male left without incident and cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178850
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Accident With lniury
725 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 700 block of S 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a one vehicle 
crash with possible injury. Officer arrived on 
scene and spoke to the male driver, who 
advised that he had been traveling 
southbound on S Lincoln when he became 
distracted by texting and driving, went off 
road to the right side, striking a telephone 
pole then a tree. 

Upon speaking officer observed the smell of 
alcoholic beverages emanating from the 
driver, Officer administered Standard Field 
Sobriety Testing to the driver and he was 
found to be under the influence of alcohol.

The male subject was then placed under 
arrest for OVI and transported back to the 
Salem Police Department for booking and 
processing. 

While on station the male subject did submit 
to a breath sample on Salem Police 
Department's Datamaster and found that 
his blood alcohol content was .220.

The male subject was advised of his 
mandatory court date of 11/21/2017 at 0830 
hours at CCMC.

Salem FD and KLG ambulance responded 
to the scene where the male subject denied 
any medical attention and signed a refusal 
form.

Davidsons Towing responded to the scene 
to remove the vehicle from the roadway.

Ohio Edison responded to check the 
pole,advised that it would need replaced.

The male was served his citation and was 
picked up by a family member at the Salem 
Police Department.


Arrested: Jason R Craig
AGE 45
Address: 6496 State Route 45, Lisbon, 
Ohio, 44432
Charge(s): OVI (4511.19Ala), OVI 
(4511.19Al h), Failure to Maintain 
Reasonable Control (4511.202A)



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178851
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Assault
594 E THIRD ST

Report of an assault to a staff member at 
the above address. Information was 
gathered and will be forwarded to the 
Prosecutors office for possible charges.



Lt Shafer



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Incident #: 20178853
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Traffic Offense
FRANKLIN AVE / MAPLE ST


While on patrol, officer observed a vehicle 
leave a know drug location. Officer 
conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the 
area of the above location for a turn signal 
violation. The driver was found to be driving 
on a suspended license along with having 
several active warrants out of this county. 

The warrants were confirmed and the driver 
was taken into custody. 

The registered owner, who was in the rear 
of the vehicle did give verbal consent to 
search the vehicle. A search was conducted 
but nothing illegal was located. The driver 
was transported to this station for the 
booking process. 

The driver was booked, given his citation 
and later released to CCSO.


Arrested: Larry W. Harris Jr.
AGE 43
36651 St. Rt. 172
Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Charge- Warrant
Citation- D.U.S.
Warning for Turn signal



Ptl. D. Young



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Tuesday, December 19, 2017
08:42 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178842
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
735 W WILSON ST

COM OMAR MUNOZ

I recieved a complaint regarding an alleged 
burlgary that occurred sometime in the early 
part of December 2017.

The matter is under investigation.



Det. David Talbert



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lncident #: 20178837
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Barking Dog
939 JEFFERSON AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
Jefferson for a report of barking dogs. On 
arrival officers monitored the area for 
several minutes and no violations were 
observed. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178838
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Theft
259 W THIRTEENTH ST

COM MICHAEL GILES,  CANTON, OH 
44708 4216 

Officers responded to the 200 block of West 
13th St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to him had taken a 
handgun from his room without his 
permission. Officers advised the 
complainant of the options for dealing with 
situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20178841
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
182 WASHINGTON AVE

COM JACOB MILLER

Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Washington Ave for a report of a dispute. 
After speaking to the complainant officers 
advised all parties involved that the matter 
is civil.



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20178843
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
RR Crossing Gate Malfunction 
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILRAOD 

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a crossing gate 
issue. 

Upon arrival, officer located damage to the 
gate and Norfolk Southern was advised.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178824
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
911 Hang-Up Call
869 LIBERTY ST

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to 869 Liberty St. for a 
report of a 91 1 hang up call. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with a 
female resident who advised that nobody in 
the home contacted 911 and that nobody in 
the home has the phone number of the 
original call. Officers cleared and checked 
the surrounding area with no problems 
being found.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178825
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Speak To Officer

COM ANDREA BADDELEY

On 12/17/2017 a female came to Salem 
Police Department to make a report about 
possible harassment.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20178826
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Suspicious Person
2875 E STATE ST C

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to S Cunningham Rd to 
check for a report of a possibly intoxicated 
individual walking along the roadway. The 
caller had reported that the individual was 
wearing dark clothing and had been 
staggering into the roadway. Officer located 
an individual in a dark jacket near Butcher 
Rd walking North into the City. 

Officer monitored his walking and did not 
observe any staggering. Officer then made 
contact with the individual and affirmed he 
was not intoxicated. He was advised of the 
complaint and stated he was almost to his 
destination.



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20178828
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Loud Persons
375 E FIFTH ST

COM BRADLEY ROSZLER

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a loud person complaint. 
Officers arrived on scene and entered the 
building complex but did not hear anyone 
being loud. 

Contact was made with the subject and he 
was advised of the complaint. Subject 
advised officers that he was going to bed 
for the evening.




Ptl. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20178830
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Assault 
205 S HOWARD AVE

On 12/17/2017 officers were dispatched to 
the area of 205 S. Howard Ave. for a 
possible assault. 

Once on scene We spoke with Dakota 
McCluskey who explained that he was hit 
by an unidentified male. Dakota friend 
Lacey Shasteen stated that he was hit by a 
Mark Knight. Dakota stated that he did not 
want to press charges. 

When officers spoke with Mark Knight he 
explained that he and Dakota had gotten 
into a fight and that they hit each other. 
Mark also declined to press charges.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20178831
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Assist Perry Police 
1827 S LINCOLN AVE
GAS STATION

COM PERRY, TWP 

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Township PD on a traffic stop. 
Officer stood by while they conducted their 
investigation. 

The subject was later taken into custody 
and charged with OVI.




Ptl. LaRosa



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lncident #: 20178832
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Residential Lockout
156 OHIO AVE 13


Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. to 156 Ohio Ave. Apt.#13 for a 
residential lock out. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by with fire dept. 
personnel while they made entry into the 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178833
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
259 W THIRTEENTH ST

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to 259 W. 13th St. for a 
report of loud music. 

Upon arrival, officers could hear loud music 
coming from inside the residence. Officers 
also found a car parked illegally in the 
middle of the roadway.

Contact was made with the resident and 
multiple other subjects. They were all 
identified and advised of the complaint. The 
owner of the vehicle parked on the roadway 
moved her vehicle and left for the evening. 

Parties were advised to keep the music 
down.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20178834
Date: Monday, December 18,2017
Assist Perry Police 

COM PERRY, TWP

ARA LEUSBY, ROBERT JOHN 110 E 
WOOD ST YONGSTOWN, OH 44503

Officer assisted Perry Township PD on 
station with a subject they had arrested for 
OVI. Officer administered the BAC 
Datamaster to the subject, who voluntarily 
submitted to it. The subject tested over the 
legal limit of alcohol.

He was transported back to their station for 
further paperwork and charges.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Monday, December 18, 2017
08:11 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178821
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Loud Persons
375 E 5TH ST 2W

Complainant: BRADLEY ROSZLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a noise complaint. The complainant advised 
that the upstairs neighbor was banging on 
the floor.

 Contact was made with the individual in 
question and he was advised of the 
complaint. He advised that the wood floors 
are loud when he walks across them and he 
doesn't do it on purpose.

Officers did observe that it was quite noisy 
just walking normally around the apartment.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178809
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Road Rage 


On 12/16/17 two individuals came onto 
Salem Police station arguing with each 
other about a road rage indecent that had 
occurred down the road. Officers were able 
to separate, and calm down both parties 
before anything physical took place. 

Mr. Kenneth Kyser and Mr. Arthur Speece 
were advised that they were both in the 
wrong for actions they took leading up to 
the argument and told that they should have 
just gone separate ways. They both agreed 
that it was a heat of the moment thing and 
were sorry for the disturbance.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20178811
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
406 FRANKLIN AVE 1R 

On 12/16/2017 Officer Connolly arrested 
Nicholas Chapman on an active warrant 
through Columbia County. Mr. Chapman 
was arrested at his house and transported 
back to Salem Police Department for 
booking. 

Mr. Chapman was then released to 
Columbiana County Deputy to be 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Nicholas Chapman (AGE 25) 
Warrant Failure to Appear For DUS
406 Y2 Franklin Ave. Salem OH, 44460



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20178812
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Barking Dog
852 E FOURTEENTH ST

Complainant: THOMAS DOMINIC

Officers were dispatched to the area of E. 
Fifteenth Street and Westview Avenue for a 
report of barking dogs.

Officers responded and heard dogs barking 
behind a residence in the 800 block of E. 
Fourteenth Street. Officers made contact 
with the owner of the dogs who was 
advised of the complaint. The owner was 
advised of the city ordinance against 
barkindhowling dogs and that if the problem 
persists he would be issued a citation for 
such.

The owner advised he tries to keep the 
dogs quiet and has bark collars on them.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178813
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017 
Disorderly / Irate Person
1900 block of E. Pershing

Complainant: PAUL'S, TAXI

Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block 
of E. Pershing Street for a report of an 
intoxicated disorderly male.

Officers were advised that the subject was 
being combative inside of a taxi cab and 
was dropped off on E. Pershing Street. The 
subject also reportedly had a case of beer 
with him. 

Officers responded to the area, but the 
subject was not located.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178814
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
E STATE ST / VINE AVE

Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle 
for no visible tail lights. Contact was made 
with the driver and the passenger. After 
further investigation it was determined that 
the passenger, Cody A. Wilson , had an 
outstanding warrant out of Stark County for 
a drug offense. 

K9 Argo was deployed on the vehicle and 
indicated to the presence of a narcotic odor 
and contraband was recovered. 

Cody was taken into custody and 
transported back to the station for 
processing. Cody was issued an MM Cite 
for Possession of Marijuana and then 
transported to be turned over to Alliance PD 
, who had issued the warrant for him.


ARRESTED : Cody A. Wilson (Cited for 
Marijuana Possession)
LKA 113 Pine St
Leetonia OH 44431
AGE 26



Ptl. S. LaRosa 



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Incident #: 20178816
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Hazardous Material
1995 E STATE ST
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: Salem RMC

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center along with Salem Fire 
Department Personnel regarding a possible 
odor of natural gas. 

Officers did not detect any odor outside. FD 
Personnel advised they were going to 
check further inside and officers cleared. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20178817
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Medical Problem
 893 E FIFTH ST

Officers responded to the area of 400 block 
of Rose Ave. in regards to a 911 open line 
call that involved yelling in the background. 

Upon arrival in the area it was later 
confirmed that the call came from the 800 
block of E 5th Street. Once contact was 
made it was discovered that there was a 
male subject that had consumed too much 
alcohol and had been outside in the cold 
weather. Emergency Responders were then 
contacted and the male subject was 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center for treatment.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178818
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Recovered Property

Officer on patrol in the 600 block of N. 
Ellsworth Avenue located a black coat in 
the roadway containing a wallet.

The wallet was found to belong to a male 
subject who officers had just had contact 
with during incident #20178817 in which the 
subject was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center. 

Officer responded towards the hospital and 
observed the owner of the property at the 
intersection of E. State Street and Union 
Avenue. 

Officer made contact with the subject and 
the property was returned to him.


Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20178819
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Power Outage
763 SHARP AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of lines down. Officers spoke with 
the home owner who was having their tree 
trimmed and one of the branches pulled a 
wire from the transformer and knocked out 
the power.

Ohio Edison was notified along with Salem 
FD.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178820
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
400 BLOCK OF E SCHOOL ST

Report of suspicious vehicle (White Chevy 
HBM6705) in the above area. 

Upon arrival, this officer observed the 
above vehicle leaving the area and this 
officer confirmed the registration and 
stopped the vehicle as it was entering the 
Smith Center parking lot. The driver was 
identified as the owner and she was found 
to be driving under suspension. The driver 
was advised of the suspension, she and her 
passenger were asked to exit the vehicle 
and they did. 

They were checked for weapons, K9 Officer 
LaRosa ran K9 Argo around the vehicle and 
nothing was observed. 

The driver was issued a citation for DUS 
and they walked to her daughters house to 
wait for a licensed driver to come get the 
vehicle.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178822
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Suspicious Person
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious vehicle. 

Upon arrival, it was found that the vehicle 
was having mechanical troubles and the 
owner was working on it.



Ptl. R. Miller



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Incident #: 20178823
Date: Sunday, December 17,2017
Domestic In Progress
973 W PERSHING ST

Police responded to the 900 block of W. 
Pershing for a possible Domestic in 
progress. When officers arrived both parties 
were already separated. After speaking with 
the male and female separately both stated 
the dispute was only verbal. 

The dispute started over custody. 

Officers stood by until the female left with 
the children.




Ptl Osberg



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Sunday, December 17, 2017
09:09 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178754
Date:Wednesday, December 13,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST


UNIT 1 Owner RAND1 TUCKER

UNIT #2, Driver (CITED) KATRINA 
MOORE, ALLIANCE, OH, Owner 
STEPHENIE MOORE 


On 12/13/2017 officers responded to the 4-
way intersection at S Ellsworth and 
Pershing in regards to two car crash. Unit 1 
was stopped at Pershing at the stop sign 
headed eastbound and came to a complete 
stop. While Unit 1 was attempting to clear 
the intersection, Unit 2 was heading 
northbound on S Ellsworth Ave and went 
through the intersection as well while Unit 1 
was attempting to clear it. Unit 2 then struck 
Unit 1 on the back right passenger door 
causing damage to the door itself and on 
the under carriage itself. Unit 2 that struck 
Unit 1 also received damage on the right 
front with minor damage. 

The driver of Unit 1, Randi Marie Tucker 
had no injuries and was not at fault for the 
accident. 

The driver of Unit 2, Katrina Kristen Moore 
had no injuries either and received a 
citation for Failure to Yield Right of Way at a 
Stop Sign.



-Ptl. D Miller




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lncident #: 20178796
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / EDGEWOOD DR


Unit #1 DRIVER SAVANNAH PHILLIPS 
Owner PHILLIPS SAVANNAH LEE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a one vehicle accident. The driver of Unit#l 
was traveling southbound while driving 
through an S bend, lost control of the 
vehicle due to the snow and ice on the 
roadway and went over the curb. The 
vehicle had no damage and was driven 
from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 2017 8797
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: DAWN

Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area for a new model 4s dark 
colored SUV which had left with out paying 
for $25.06 worth of regular unleaded 
gasoline from pump #3.

The vehicle had turned right out of the lot 
heading west bound on E. State St (SR 14).

Officer checked from Lundy on E. State St 
to the business and did not locate any 
vehicle matching the description given.

No information on the person who pumped 
the gas since they were on the other side of 
the vehicle away from the view of the 
complainant.

NOTE: The manager advised also that 
yesterday Friday, 12-15-17 she had two 
vehicles drive off on purpose with out 
paying for an undisclosed amount

She did not call them in since she was 
really busy and she could not get a 
description of the vehicles, they were not 
visible due to the traffic at the time the 
thefts occurred.

Also her pumps went down and the vehicles 
just drove off with out making any attempt 
to pay.



Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20178800
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Ambulance Needed
627 N LINCOLN AVE 1/2


Officer responded to the above location at 
the request of the first responders. A male 
individual at that location reportedly needed 
medical attention. While on scene, he 
advised medical personnel that he was fine 
and he ultimately refused treatment.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178801
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Water Line Break / Leak
515 W EIGHTH ST

Report of a water line break in the area of 
the above location. Officer checked the 
area and confirmed that the break needed 
attention. The water department was 
contacted and advised of the location.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178802
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
220 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: DEBRA DELP

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant who advised 
she was having issues with her roommate 
moving her items around in the residence 
which she is trying to move out of.

They have lived together since August 2017 
but no longer get along.

The other resident advised she is tired of 
the complainant turning the heat down/off 
and has a boyfriend who has been arrested 
and she don't want him around her children.

Officer advised both to try and stay away 
from each others property and to try and get 
along.

Both advised they were tired of each other 
touching this or that or not being able to go 
here or there in the residence. Then they 
had a disagreement over who paid or did 
not pay into the rent.

Officer advised them that nothing this 
department could do at this time but try and 
keep the peace with them and for them to 
try and get along.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178803
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Assist Perry Police
1129 W PERRY ST 3

Complainant: CCSO

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Twp. with a domestic 
disturbance call. 

Officer remained on scene while the Perry 
Twp. officer investigated the complaint, and 
then cleared once no longer needed.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178804
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Possible Scam
570 DEMlNG ST

Complainant: STEVEN BRINK

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a IRS scam via the phone. 
Information was collected from the 
complainant.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20178805
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Child in Roadway
700 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed approximately 4 juveniles in the 
age range of 12 that were walking to a 
residence in the 600blk of E. 3rd. Officer 
asked if they had been in the road way and 
they advised no, they had been playing in 
the snow bank by the road.

Officer advised them of the complaint and 
to stay clear of the edge of the road@) in 
the snow. They advised they understood.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178806
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Debris In Roadway
1248 WESTVIEW DR

Complainant: CCSO

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found an orange steel piece 
approximately 2 inches thick that appears to 
be a part from a snow plow.

The piece was on the east side of the road 
in the 1200blk.

Officer took the piece and brought it to this 
department in case the owner comes 
looking for it.

Officer will have street department get it 
and take it to their department for safe 
keeping.


Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178786
Date: Friday, December 15,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
637 WOODLAND AVE 1/2

Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant on a male subject at an address in 
the 600 block of Woodland Ave.

Contact was made with a male subject at 
the residence who let officers checked the 
residence, but the male with the warrant 
was not found.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178787
Date: Friday, December 15,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
2424 E STATE ST

Complainant: DARLENE WHALEY

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a suspicious vehicle. Officers 
arrived on scene and made contact with the 
driver. 

The driver advised that he had pulled over 
due to his muffler falling off and he was 
waiting for assistance to show up.



Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20178789
Date: Friday, December 15,2017
Ambulance Needed
Salem Fun Factory

Complainant: SALEM FUN, FACTORY

Officers responded to the Salem Fun 
Factory located at 520 E. State St. along 
with the Salem Fire Dept. and KLG 
Ambulance for a report of a male juvenile 
with a possible broken leg. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by while medical 
personnel tended to the male juvenile. KLG 
subsequently transported the juvenile to the 
hospital for treatment.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20178790
Date: Friday, December 15,2017
Suspicious Person
821 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

On 12/16/2017 officers were dispatched to 
the 800 block of E State Street in regards to 
a suspicious person screaming and yelling 
at traffic.

 Upon arrival officers spoke with the subject 
who advised that he was being yelled at by 
people passing by in their vehicles and that 
he was simply yelling back at them. The 
subject was advised by officers to head 
home and after gathering his information 
officers cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178792
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
673 E THIRD ST

Complainant: WALTER SNEAD

On 12/16/2017 officers were dispatched to 
the 600 block of E Third Street in regards to 
drug paraphernalia discovered on the 
property. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant and seized the paraphernalia. 
The complainant also allowed officers to 
search the room where the drug 
paraphernalia was found with negative 
results other than what the complainant 
already found. Officers cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178793
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
BUTCHER RD / S CUNNINGHAM

On 12/16/2017 while on routine patrol 
officers observed headlights coming from 
the cell phone tower off of Butcher Road 
and went to investigate due to the hour of 
which it was observed. 

Upon checking, contact was made with a 
male subject in a building at the bottom of 
the cell tower. The male was identified and 
found to be employed by AT&T. Officers 
cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20178794
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP

Officers were requested by the Ohio State 
Highway Patrol to assist them on a traffic 
stop on W. State Street near Sharp Avenue. 
Officers responded and stood by until 
assistance was no longer needed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20178795
Date: Saturday, December 16,2017
Counterfeit Money
780 W STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SAMANTHA MCGUIRE,  
LISBON, OH 44432

Officer was dispatched to Circle K on W. 
State Street in reference to a counterfeit 
money complaint. Officer responded and 
spoke with the complainant who advised 
that a female subject driving a limousine 
attempted to pay for $10.00 worth of gas 
with a $50.00 bill which was found to be 
fake. The complainant advised that the 
female subject paid with a real $10.00 bill 
when she was advised of the fake money. 
The female subject took the fake money 
and left the city west bound on W. State 
Street. The vehicle was not located.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178781
Date: Friday, December 15, 2017
Accident Private Property
2388 E STATE ST
WENDYs RESTAURANT


Unit#l 2015 GMC SW BLK, Driver/Owner 
ALLEN VANCE 

Unit#2 2010 CHEV 4s RED, Driver ERIN 
BURNS, Owner JEFFREY BURNS 


PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit#l was attempting to back 
out of a parking space when he struck the 
left rear of Unit#2. The driver of Unit#2 
advised that she was in line at the above 
business when Unit#l back into her vehicle. 

Minor damage was observed to both 
vehicles at the time of the accident.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20178782
Date: Friday, December 15,2017
Ambulance Needed
673 E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the 600 block of E. 6th 
St. to assist FD and EMT for an overdose. 
After the male subject was moved Officers 
were able to view the area for further 
hazardous substances. The male subject 
was transported to Salem Hospital.



Ptl. Osberg



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Saturday, December 16, 2017
09:37 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178772
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
W PERSHING ST / RAIL ROAD 
CROSSING


Unit # 1, 2010 CHRY 4s SIL, Driver Zachary 
S. Daniels , Owner DANIELS FRANKLIN 

Unit # 2 Driver/RO Owner


Officer responded to W. PERSHING ST  
near the railroad tracks for a motor vehicle 
accident with no injury reported.

The driver of Unit # 1 failed to stop before 
hitting the rear of unit # 2. 

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



Cited: Zachary S. Daniels
DOB: 02/08/1993
Offense: ACDA ORC 4511.21A



Officer Brooks



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Incident #: 20178773
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
467 HICKORY LN

Complainant: COLAPIERTO, GALE 

Complainant on station to report an 
accidental damage report. Complainant 
stated while leaving her residence for work 
this morning she slid off the road and got 
stuck due to the road conditions. 
Complainant advised there was no damage 
to her vehicle or yard. Due to the accident, 
the complainant was late for work. 
Complainant advised her work requested a 
report be file due to her being late.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178774
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
180 OHIO AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subject in question, the warrant was 
confirmed and he was taking into custody. 
The subject was transported to this station 
for the booking process and later released 
to the CCSO.



ARA: Ronald L. Handy Jr.
AGE 45
180 Ohio Ave. Apt. 6
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge - Warrant-FTA



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178775
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Ambulance Needed
606 OLIVE ST


Complainant: CARE CENTER, ALARM


Medical alarm found to be accidental.



Lt Shafer



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lncident #: 20178776
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Water Line Break / Leak


Officer responded to the 1700 block of 
Whinnery for a report of a water line break. 

Officer arrived and did locate the water line 
break. The water department was contacted 
and did respond to assess the problem.



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20178777
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
SpeakTo Officer


Complainant: CHRISTIAN DOWDY

Officer spoke to complainant over the 
phone in regards to a possible 
juvenile/telecommunications harrassment 
problem. After speaking to the male 
complainant it was found that he lived in 
Perry Township and was advised that he 
would have to contact their police 
department.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178778
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Crim Damage / Endangering
700 BLOCK W STATE ST

Officer responded to the 700 block of W 
State St in regards to a report of a street 
sign that had been hit by a vehicle. Officer 
arrived on scene and located the street sign 
and had dispatch leave the street 
department a note for them to fix it.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20178779
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: SUE ANN.BADDELEY

Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Broadway Ave for a report of a disorderly 
person. While in route the complainant 
advised that officers were no longer 
needed. Officers made sure everything was 
okay in the area and cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178780
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
180 OHIO AVE 

Officers responded to the 100 block of Ohio 
Ave to check for a male with an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. Officers 
did locate the male at a residence and the 
male was taken into custody.

 The male was transported to the Salem 
police department for processing and was 
later released to a Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Deputy.


Arrested: Samson A. Crow1
AGE 33
Address: 633 Cherry St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant - Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia



Ptl D Beeson



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Friday, December 15, 2017
08:25 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178767
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Dog At Large
579 AETNA ST 


Complainant: HAROLD LANE

Officer responded to the 500 block of Aetna 
St. for a report of a dog at large. The 
complainant advised officer that the owner 
of the dog took it inside already. The 
complainant advised officer that the dog 
gets out often. 

Officer was able to make contact with the 
owner of the dog and advise them of the 
complaint. The owner of the dog was given 
a warning for dog at large and advised she 
would be given an MM citation next time.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178748
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Theft
1200 E SIXTH ST A


Complainant: ERIC WOLFORD

Officer responded to the I100 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that her 
son's cell phone was taken from school. 
The complainant also advised officer that 
she tracked the phone using an app and it 
is coming back to a Wellsville address. 

Officer will contact the Wellsville Police 
Department.




Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20178762
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Theft
1435 S LI NCOLN AVE


Complainant: ISAIAH RASTETTER

Complainant on station to report some 
stolen items from his home. Theft occurred 
within the last few months and consisted of 
mostly jewelry and a cell phone. matter 
under investigation. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20178764
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Domestic In Progress
961 W WILSON ST B 


Officers responded to a domestic in 
progress and learned the female resident 
was having an argument over the phone. 
Officers spoke with three residents there 
and none appeared to be injured. 

Officer gathered names and cleared with no 
further call backs. 




Banar901




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lncident #: 20178766
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Ambulance Needed
364 4 FIFTH ST


While on patrol officers observed a elderly 
man who had fallen in the snow while 
attempting to shovel his sidewalk in the 300 
block of East 5th St. Officers had the FD 
and a ambulance respond to the scene to 
asses the man and assist with getting him 
back into his residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178755
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
SOUTHEAST BLVD / TANGLEWOOD 


Complainant: Street, Dept

Officers werre made aware by the Street 
Department of vehicles parked on the 
streets through out the City that were in 
violation of the Snow Emergency Parking 
Ban. Officers made contact with several 
individuals and advised them of the 
violation. Officers also towed sixteen other 
vehicles that were in the violation of the 
parking ban.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20178754
Date:Wednesday, December 13,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST

UNIT #1, Driver Randi Marie Tucker

UNIT #2 (CITED), Driver KATRINA 
MOORE,  Owner STEPHENIE MOORE 

On 12/13/2017 officers respond to the 4-
way intersection at S Ellsworth and 
Pershing in regards to two car crash. 

Unit 1 was stopped at Pershing at the stop 
sign headed eastbound and came to a 
complete stop. While Unit 1 was attempting 
to clear the intersection, Unit 2 was heading 
northbound on S Ellsworth Ave and went 
through the intersection as well while Unit 1 
was attempting to clear it. Unit 2 then struck 
Unit 1 on the back right passenger door 
causing damage to the door itself and on 
the under carriage itself. Unit 2 that struck 
Unit 1 also received damage on the right 
front with minor damage. 

The driver of Unit 1, Randi Marie Tucker 
had no injuries and was not at fault for the 
accident. The driver of Unit 2, Katrina 
Kristen Moore had no injuries either and 
received a citation for Failure to Yield Right 
of Way at a Stop Sign.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20178742
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
CONTINENTAL DR / LEXINGTON 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

(12/13/2017 07:01:42 By: 178) FEMALE 
CALLER ADV THAT THERE IS A CAR IN 
THE ROADWAY APPEARS
DAV ADV IS A ROAD HAZARD

(12/13/2017 07:06: 16 By: 178) NEG 
CONTACT


Officer checked for a disabled vehicle 
causing a traffic hazard in the area of 
Continental and Lexington. 

Upon arrival officer found no vehicles in the 
area that were disabled or causing a 
hazard. 



Banar9Ol



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lncident #: 20178743
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
E SCHOOL ST / E FOURTH ST 


Complainant: LEONARD MCLAUGHLIN

Reporting officer spoke with complainant, 
Mr. Mclaughlin, on station about an alleged 
accident he had on or about November 2, 
2017, around 18:45 hrs. The alleged 
incident occurred at E 4th and School St. in 
Salem. He claimed to be traveling east on E 
4th in his 2015 F150 when a silver Chevy 
was going south on School St ran into him 
causing some damage to each vehicle. 
Accident was not reported at this time. He 
had talked to the other driver who told him 
that her kids distracted her but he 
complainant did not see any in the car. 

Complainant took photos of her car. He 
reported it to insurance and claims that the 
other driver has not reported the accident 
and or denies same. 

Officer will attempt to talk with the other 
driver. Officer checked the alleged place of 
employement and last known address per 
the OH registration and did not locate the 
vehicle that was in the picture. 

Officer was unable to speak with driver of 
unit 2 and or verify his claims, all 
information is going by complainant's 
allegation and license plate number from 
his picture ...


Unit 1 2015 Ford F150 OH- TSU7172
owner: complainant


Unit 2 2014 Chevy OW GLA3288
owner: unk driver: Sarah Davis



Ptl. Banar901



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lncident #: 20178745
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
SEX- Indecent Exposure
925 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers checked an indecent exposure 
incident near State and Ohio. A male in 
question was observed and briefly 
questioned. He denied same and officers 
did not observe any violation. Caller wished 
to remain anonymous. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20178746
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Assist Other Agency
COUNTY HOME ROAD 


K9 Argo and K9 Simon assisted the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's office in 
conducting a sweep of the jail. K9 Argo and 
K9 Simon both indicated to contraband 
being present during the sweep.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20178749
Date:Wednesday, December 13,2017
Accident Private Property
 2140 MONROE ST


Officer(s) responded to the 2100 block of 
Monroe for a reported hit skip accident. Unit 
# 1 had been unoccupied and legally 
parked in the 2100 block of Monroe when it 
was struck by unit # 2. The driver of unit # 2 
was then confronted by a witness and 
parked her vehicle. The driver of unit # 2 
then fled the area. Officers had unit # 2 
towed from the scene.


Unit # 1 / owner / Russell Ross
vehicle / 2008 Toyota
insurance / unknown


Unit # 2 / owner / Kimberly Mcquiller
driver / unknown
insurance / unknown



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Incident #: 20178750
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Assist Other Agency
362 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY, 
CHILDREN 

On 12/13/2017 Officers responded to the 
300 block of New Garden in regards to 
assisting Children Services with a case. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the parents 
and juveniles involved with the case and 
gathered information. Once all information 
was gathered and Children Services 
finished explaining everything to the 
subjects involved officers and Children 
Services then cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178752
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Neighbor Dispute
409 S UNION AVE


Complainant: TYLER BUCKIUS

Officer responded to the 400 block of S. 
Union Ave. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that her and her 
neighbor share a driveway that is an alley. 
The complainant advised officer that her 
neighbor told her to move the car or he was 
going to have it towed. 

Officer advised both parties as long as they 
park their vehicles at an angle near their 
residences they were okay to park there.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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lncident #: 20178756
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Accidental Damage
157 FAlR AVE


Complainant: Michael STOUFFER

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of accidental damage. Complainant 
advised that sometime in the past two 
weeks someone struck his garbage can and 
broke it. Complainant advised he needed to 
file a report to get the garbage can 
replaced.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178759
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
S LINCOLN 1200 BLOCK


Complainant: JASON MINARD

Officer responded to the 1200 block of S 
Lincoln in regards to a hit skip accident. The 
complainant advised that the accused 
vehicle struck a retaining wall and then left 
the area. Officer checked the area but was 
unable to locate any vehicles matching the 
description that was given.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178760
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Reckless Operator
1161 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above location for 
a reckless operator report. Complainant 
advised there was a vehicle in the parking 
lot doing donuts in the snow. 

Upon arrival ,officer made contact with 
vehicle and they were advised to leave the 
area.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178761
Date: Thursday, December 14,2017
Ambulance Needed
156 N MADISON AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Madison Ave in regards to a medical 
problem. The complainant advised that she 
believed the male subject was overdosing 
on narcotics. 

Officer arrived on scene and stood bye with 
the subject until KLG Ambulance and 
Salem Fire arrived on scene. The male 
subject refused any medical treatment.



Ptl C Walla



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Thursday, December 14, 2017
08:27 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178734
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Dog At Large
201 S LINCOLN AVE


Officer responded to the 200 block of S 
Lincoln Ave to check for two dogs running 
at large. Officer checked throughout the 
area but did not observe any dogs. Later in 
the shift officer did observe two dogs on 
Mullins Ave near S Ellsworth Ave. The 
humane officer was notified and officer 
monitored the animals as they made there 
way to Railroad St. 

Officer lost sight of the dogs in that area 
and was unable to locate them again. 


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20178735
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
1368 S LINCOLN AVE


Officer responded to the 1300 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a report of a car parked 
sideways in the lot. The car had traveled 
into a yard and had then been backed onto 
the parking lot but sideways to the parking 
spaces.

Officer checked the vehicles registration 
and affirmed that the car belonged to a 
tenant in the area. Officer made contact 
with the tenant who affirmed that the car 
had poor tires and could not be driven due 
to have slid out of control. The car owner 
advised that the two company was 
unavailable tonight, but would be there 
tomorrow to remove the vehicle. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20178736
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Person To Be Removed
421 SHARP AVE 

COM ALYSSA SLUTER

Officers responded to 421 Sharp Ave. for a 
report of a person to be removed. Upon 
arrival, the female resident advised a known 
male subject arrived at her residence and 
was trying to get in as well as threw a 
computer desk outside her residence. The 
male fled the residence through an alley 
prior to officers arrival. 

Officers did follow his foot prints in the snow 
and located the male in the alley. 

He was advised of the complaint. He was 
advised not to return to the residence or he 
will be arrested for criminal trespass. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178737
Date. Tuesday, December 12,2017
Fire
447 CONTINENTAL DR 37

Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr to check if Fire Department 
Personnel needed any assistance at a fire 
scene. An individual at the scene had 
inhaled a considerable amount of smoke 
from a grease fire. The individual sat in the 
back of officers marked patrol unit to stay 
warm until an ambulance arrived on scene. 

FD Personnel ventilated the smoke from the 
apartment and the tenant subsequently 
declined any further treatment after being 
checked out by the EMT Ambulance 
personnel. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20178738
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
2124 E STATE ST


Officer stopped in the lot of a business in 
the 2100 block of E State St to check on 
two individuals with the hoods on each of 
their vehicles raised. One of the individuals 
had a dead battery and they were 
attempting to get the vehicle started with 
jumper cables. 

Officer assisted in locating the jumper 
terminals with a flashlight, after which time 
the individuals were able to get the disabled 
vehicle running. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178739
Date: Wednesday, December 13,2017
Traffic Offense
W STATE ST / IDAHO AVE

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a 
registration violation on W State St. west of 
the City limits. Officer deployed K9 Simon 
and he did indicate to the presence of 
narcotic odor. A small amount of marijuana 
debris was observed in the vehicle and the 
driver was given a warning for the 
registration violation. 

Officers cleared without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber



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Wednesday, December 13, 2017
08:00 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178719
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
2875 E STATE ST D
WALMART ENTRANCE / E STATE ST


Complainant: SFD


Traffic Crash Report Entrance / Exit Drive 
E. State St (SR 14)


Unit #1: 2011 Dodge SW Nitro Blue in color
Owner/Operator: Juanita Taylor 7716 Depot 
Rd Lisbon, Ohio 44432


Unit #2: 2011 GMC SW Terrain Blue in color
Owner/Operator: Michael Barton 47592 
Summerset Rd E. Liverpool, Ohio 43920


Unit #1 was sitting stopped (facing north) at 
the entrancelexit drive area of the WaCMart 
Super Center preparing to make a left hand 
turn onto SR 14 (E.State St) to head west 
bound. Unit #2 was east bound on SR14 (E. 
State St) and attempted to make a right 
hand turn into the entrance/exit drive way to 
the WalMart Super Center to head south up 
into the lot. 

Unit #2 slid on the wet asphalt drive, striking 
Unit #1 in the left front drivers door and 
sliding down the left hand side of the Unit 
striking the left rear wheel also, with it's left 
front area.

The owner/operator of Unit #1 advised she 
had talked with her husband and she had 
decided to drive herself to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center to be checked out.



Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20178728
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
519 BRICKER FARMS LN

Unit #l , 2014 FORD 4s, Owner JOHN 
KOZAR 


TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

The juvenile driver of Unit#l advised that he 
was traveling eastbound on Bricker Farm 
Ln. when he lost control of his vehicle and 
struck a light pole. The Light pole was 
knocked down and the right side of his 
vehicle had moderate damage. 

The juvenile driver was cited for Failure to 
Control and will be notified of the court date 
by Juvenile Court.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178729
Date: Tuesday, December 12.2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1680 S LINCOLN AVE
SUPER USA FOOD STORE

Complainant: CCSO

UNIT # 1 2003 HYUN - Owner JESSICA 
CASTILLO 


UNIT # 2  Owner RICHARD SEKELY 


Two Vehicle Accident

Unit # 2 was traveling southbound in the 
1600 blk of S. Lincoln Ave. and slowed / 
stopped in traffic. Unit # 1 was traveling 
southbound behind Unit # 2 and failed to 
stop in an assured clear distance, striking 
Unit # 2 in the back end.


Cited: Jessica Castillo DOB: 04-22-1996
Assured Clear Distance
Expired Operators License



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Incident #: 20178730
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N UNION AVE / E THIRD ST


Traffic Crash Report

lncident happened at approximately 
1732hrs on Thursday, 11-30-17 the night of 
the Christmas parade.

Owner/operator of Unit #1 was in the 
parade with the Wal-Mart float and was on 
her way home afterwards.

Owner/operator of Unit #1 advised she felt 
the police were busy and didn't call then. 
Unit #l's insurance company at first said it 
was fine but now the owner/operator of Unit 
#2 is failing to follow through with his part.

Owner/operator has pictures of the crash.


Unit #1:  2003 Chevrolet 4s Silver in color
Owner/Operator: Melissa Barnes 1649 
Southeast Blvd Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2016 Jeep SW Black in color
Owner/Operator: Thomas Marple III 335 W. 
8th St Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was stopped at Union & 3rd St 
heading south bound Unit #2 had stopped 
at 3rd St and Union heading east bound. 
Unit #1 started through the intersection and 
Unit #2 started through striking Unit #1 in 
the right side with it's front. This information 
given by the owner/operator of Unit #1. 
Officer advised that a report would be made 
and for the owner/operator of Unit #1 to 
contact her insurance company and advise 
them.

The problem according to owner/operator of 
Unit #1 is that, the owner/operator of Unit 
#2 is failing to make contact with the 
insurance company. The owner/operator of 
Unit #1 advised he seemed to be a very 
nice "boy" and even sent her a text 
message saying he was sorry.

NOTE: Owner/operator of Unit #1 did have 
the information of the ownerloperator of Unit 
#2.



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Incident #: 20178731
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1100 BLOCK OF S ELLSWORTH AVE


Unit #1, 2013 SUBA SW MAR, 
Driver/Owner SETH HARDING 

Unit #2, 1995 FORD TK RED, - 
Driver/Owner DANIEL KAISER 


Police responded to the 1100 block of S. 
Ellsworth Ave for a two vehicle accident. 
Unit #1 was traveling northbound on S. 
Ellsworth when it struck Unit #2 from 
behind. Unit #1 had functional damage to 
the front end. Both vehicles were able to be 
driven from the scene. Neither driver 
requested medical attention. 

Unit #1 was cited for Reasonable Control.


Cited: Seth Harding
AGE 28
ADD: 278 W. 9th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Reasonable Control



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178708
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST B
WALMART AUTOMOTIVE CENTER

Complainant: Wendy Lockhart

Unit#l, 2012 HYUN 4s RED, Driver 
CHRISTOPHER MATHEY,  Owner JOYCE 
GOSlEWSKl 

Unit#2, 2008 CADI 4s WHI,  Owner 
CHARLOTTE CAMPOLITO 


The employee of the above business was 
operating Unit # 1 and was pulling out of the 
garage bay when he backed into Unit #2. 
The assistant manager of the business 
advised that Unit #2 was parked where 
there is not a parking spot. Minor damage 
was observed to the right rear of Unit # 1 
and the left rear of Unit #2.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178713
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Fire Alarm
2120 PEARCE CR

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY, 
SHERIFF

Officer along with Salem FD responded to 
the above location in reference to a fire 
alarm. Emergency personnel arrived on 
scene and made contact with the home 
owner. The home owner advised that he 
had burnt something on the stove while 
cooking, which filled the house up with 
smoke. 

The FD assisted in getting the smoke out of 
the home.



Ptl. S. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20178715
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Suspicious Vehicle 
GEORGE WALLACE PARKWAY


While on routine patrol officers in the area 
of George-Wallace Parkway came across a 
black in color Ford Fusion parked along the 
roadway. 

When officers approached the vehicle it 
was found to be occupied by 2 juveniles.

While officers were talking with the juveniles 
officers could smell the distinct odor of 
marijuana emanating from the vehicle. 
Officers then requested the K-9 to perform 
a open air sniff of the vehicle. K9 Argo was 
deployed on the vehicle and alerted to the 
presence of narcotic odor. 

Officers then performed a search of the 
vehicle and located a small amount 
marijuana and a multi-colored smoking 
device with marijuana residue. 

The juveniles were charged on scene with 
delinquency offenses and released to adult 
family members. This incident will be turned 
over to this department's juvenile division & 
charges will be filed in juvenile court.


Cited Juveniles

(JUVENILE)
AGE 16
1663 Goshen Rd.
Salem OH, 44460
Charge: Delinquency

(JUVENILE)
AGE 16
110 W. Pershing St.
Salem OH, 44460
Charge: Delinquency



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20178716
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Ambulance Needed
893 E. 5th St.

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. First responders and EMT 
Ambulance to 893 E. 5th St. for a report of 
a male who was bleeding from his hand 
after getting it slammed in the bathroom 
door. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
subject, whom did have obvious visible 
injury to his left 'pinky' finger. The male was 
intoxicated and advised that he and another 
male had been wrestling around and while 
doing so accidentally got his finger caught 
in the bathroom door when the other male 
shut it. 

The male was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center for treatment. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178720
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
279 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Report of a possible dispute at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with all parties 
involved and found the incident to be a 
verbal dispute while one of the subjects was 
moving out. The subject, her family moved 
everything out and officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178722
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Drive
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Complainant: BRADLEY 

Report of a drive off at the above noted 
location. Complainant reported the driver of 
an older green Dodge Ram pumped $20.00 
worth of fuel and then left without paying. 
Officers checked the area, but the vehicle 
was not located.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178725
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Fraud
1475 BUCKEYE CR

A male subject responded to the Police 
Dept reference a Fraud report. The subject 
brought in documents from the bank as well 
as prior checks being reused under 
someone else's name. The incident is under 
further investigation.



Ptl Osberg




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lncident #: 20178726
Date: Tuesday, December 12,2017
Intoxicated Person
409 E SECOND ST

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
about an intoxicated male subject.

This officer met with those inside and found 
the male subject known to this officer who 
appeared to be intoxicated and trying to pay 
his AT&T phone bill being at the wrong 
place.

Those at the business tried to explain to 
him but he didn't understand.

Officer explained to the male that he was in 
the wrong place and officer gave him a ride 
to his residence advising him to stay there 
for a while to recuperate.



Ptl. French



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Tuesday, December 12, 2017
09:17 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178708
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Accident Private Property 030 b
WALMART


PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT

An employee of the above business was 
operating Unit #1 and was pulling out of a 
garage bay when he backed into Unit #2. 
The assistant manager of the business 
advised that Unit #2 was parked where 
there is not a parking spot. Minor damage 
was observed to the right rear of Unit #1 
and the left rear of Unit#2.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20178710
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept
230 W PIGEON RD

Complainant: CCSO, CRYSTAL

Officer responded to the above location and 
found Perry Township officer attempting to 
gain entry into a vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration, HCG3141 in the drive way with 
a baby inside. 

Officer was requested by County S. 0. to 
assist / check on the Perry Unit. Officer 
assisted Officer Smith.

Officer Smith was able to gain entry into the 
vehicle and the baby appeared to be fine.

The female operator signed the waiver of 
damages form and officer cleared.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178709
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Speak To Officer


Complainant: MIGUEL QUIROZ CRUZ, 
2644 S ARLINGTON AKRON, OH

Officer met with a male subject and his 
friend on station. The male subject/victim 
advised that he had checks stolen from his 
residence he had moved from on Mountz 
Rd and he had a copy of one from his bank 
advising it was cashed in Akron for over 
$800 ...

Akron police told him to come to Salem P.D. 
since he lived there.

Officer advised the subject/victim that he 
actually lived in the Sheriff departments 
area and he would need to go to them.

Officer gave him the Sheriff departments 
phone number advising him to call them 
and they would let him know what to do.



Ptl. French




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lncident #: 20178707
Date. Monday, December 11,2017
Assist Other Agency
975 E THIRD ST


Request from Austintown P.D. to make 
contact with a female resident at the above 
address . 

Upon arrival, no one was home and a note 
was left for the female subject to contact 
Austintown P.D.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178654
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Accident With Injury
1541 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the above location for 
an accident. Upon further investigation, it 
was determined to be in the jurisdiction of 
Perry Twp Police. 

Officers then cleared since Perry Twp PD 
was on scene.



Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20178696
Date: Sunday, December 10,2017
Domestic In Progress
444 S UNION AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 400 block of S. 
Union Ave. for a domestic in progress. After 
investigation the male half involved was 
arrested and transported to the PD for 
processing.


Arrested: Clifford T. Scott Jr
Offense: Domestic Violence ORC 2919.25A



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178697
Date: Sunday, December 10,2017
Domestic In Progress
110 W PERSHING ST 2

Complainant: RAYMOND PETERS

Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
Pershing St. for a reported domestic in 
progress and found the resident had 
destroyed property. 

The complainant was advised the matter 
was civil in nature in regards to the property 
and if the subject returned to call officers. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber




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lncident #: 20178699
Date: Sunday, December 10,2017
Attempted Suicide
WATERWORTH PARK / SUPER10R
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officers responded to the area of Memorial 
Park at the Superior entrance in regards to 
a suicidal male threatening to hang himself. 

Upon arrival officers made contact with said 
male prior to the attempt. The male subject 
was then transported to Salem Regional 
Medical Center and released over to 
medical staff.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178700
Date: Sunday, December 10,2017
Ambulance Needed
788 E PERSHING ST

Report of a subject down at the above 
location. He was found to have low blood 
sugar and was transported to Salem ER.


Lt Shafer




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Incident #: 20178701
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Speak To Officer
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL


Complainant: KYLE LYKENS

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a speak to officer. 

Complainant advised that he had 
information in regard to narcotic. 

The information was collected and will be 
passed on to the rest of the department.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178703
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
205 S HOWARD AVE


Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop with 
the accused vehicle knowing that the driver 
of the vehicle did not have a valid operators 
license. 

Upon making contact with the driver of the 
vehicle it was found that the male subject 
had been under the age of 21 and had 
consumed alcoholic beverages. Officers 
also smelled the scent of marijuana coming 
from inside of the vehicle. 

Officers performed a probable cause search 
of the vehicle and located marijuana drug 
paraphernalia. The male subject was then 
subsequently placed under arrest for 
underage consumption and transported 
back to the Salem PD for booking and 
processing, While on station the male
subject was issued a traffic citation for No 
Drivers License and issued a Minor 
Misdemeanor Citation for Possession of 
Marijuana Drug paraphernalia. 

The male subject was then transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested/Cited: Anthony C Smith
AGE  20
Address: 205 S Howard Ave. Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge(s): Underage Consumption (M1)
Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia Possession 
(MM)
Driving without A drivers license




Ptl C Walla




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Incident #: 20178705
Date: Monday, December 11,2017
Accident Private Property 
1334 ORCHARD AVE


UNIT #1, 2009 TOYT 4s RED, 
DRIVER/Owner JUDITH WILSON 

PARKED: JAGU 4s BLK , Owner JEANNE 
DAVIS 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a private property accident. Unit #1 was 
backing out of their garage and backed 
straight into the residence behind their 
residence striking the garage door part of 
the frame of the residence and finally 
striking the parked unoccupied vehicle in 
the garage. 

The driver of Unit #1 was not injured and 
was able to move her vehicle back into her 
garage.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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Monday, December 11, 2017
08:33 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178691
Date: Sunday, December 10,2017
Smoke Investigation
723 ARCH ST


Complainant: David Adams

Officers responded to the 700 block of Arch 
St, along with the Salem Fire Department, 
in reference to a smoke investigation. 

Complainant came on station to advise that 
his residence was filling with smoke but, 
could not call because his phone was 
broke. Officers stood by for traffic control 
while the FD conducted their investigation.


Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178692
Date: Sunday, December 10,2017
Public Assist
2020 MONROE ST 92

Complainant: MARIA GOODCHILD

Officers were dispatched to the 2000 block 
of Monroe St to for a public assist report. 
Complainant wanted an officer to stand by 
with her while she retrieved some property 
from her ex-boyfriend's residence. 
Complainant was ultimately denied access 
to the apartment and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20178690
Date: Sunday, December 10,2017
Fight
E STATE 100 BLOCK 
PARKING LOT


Officer on patrol observed a fight in 
progress across from Ricky's English Pub 
with a male subject chasing a vehicle on the 
roadway. Officer stopped the vehicle that 
was driving reckless and officers stopped 
the other subjects involved. Ultimately 3 
adult males, 1 adult female and 1 female 
juvenile were all charged as a result of the 
incident. Officers cleared.



Arrested: Tyler R. McCoy AGE 19 of 215 E 
4th St. Salem Oh
Charge: Underage alcohol (M1 )


Arrested: Ashley M. McCoy AGE 18 of 21 5 
E 4th St. Salem Oh
Charge: Underage Alcohol (M1)


Cited: Jacob A. Blake AGE 19 of 30053 
Carey Rd. Salem Ohio
Charge: Reckless operation CCMC date 
12-21 -17


Cited: Jonathan M. Pipkins AGE 31 of 512 
Cherry St. Salem
Charge: Disorderly intox. (MM) CCMC date 
12-14-17



Ptl. M. Garber 



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lncident #: 20178689
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Suspicious Item


Officers responded to the 1600 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a report of a suspicious 
item. Officers arrived and found what 
appeared to be narcotics in the bathroom of 
a local business. One of the subjects 
present was familiar with the male who was 
in the bathroom with a female and officers 
did locate the subject at a residence in the 
600 block of Cedar St. 

Officers did speak with the male and female 
and the male did consent to a search of his 
bedroom. Drug paraphernalia was located 
in the bedroom and was seized. The 
incident is under investigation and charges 
may be pending.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178688
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
911 Hang-Up Call
829 MORRIS AVE

Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Morris Ave for a 911 hang-up call made by 
juveniles. Officer made contact with the 
parent of the residence and he advised that 
the juveniles had an old cellphone. The 
father took the cell phone away from the 
juveniles.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178687
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Ambulance Needed
1368 S LINCOLN AVE 7

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 

Officers responded to the 1300 block of S 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a possible 
overdose. 

Upon arrival it was discovered that the 
subject in question did not overdose but 
was stating that she might take more than 
her required amount of prescribed 
medication. 

At this point KLG took the subject and 
transported them to Salem Hospital.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20178685
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD STREET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the area of N Lincoln 
Ave and E Third Street in regards to a 
vehicle crash with out injuries.

Upon arrival officers discovered that it was 
only a disabled vehicle and that no accident 
had taken place. Officers then gathered 
information from the driver of the disabled 
vehicle and called AAA (Triple A) towing to 
come gather the vehicle off the roadway. 
Upon AAA's arrival the vehicle was 
removed off of the roadway. 

At that point officers then cleared.




-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178682
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Fraud
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A 


Complainant: REBECCA RUDIBAUGH

Officers were called to the station in regards 
to a fraud report. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
complaint who stated that she just 
purchased an I-Tunes gift card off a buy / 
sell / trade site that was not valid. Officers 
then gathered information and advised that 
a report would be filed.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178672
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Assist Other Agency
ALLIANCE SEBRING RD / HEACO 

Complainant: POST, 15 

K9 Simon was requested to assist OSP 
Post 50 on Alliance Sebring Rd. with a K9 
Sniff of a vehilce. K9 Simon indicated to the 
presnece of narcotic odor and officer 
cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber




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lncident #: 20178670
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
OVI Arrest
W STATE ST / BENTON RD


Officer while on a traffic stop at W State St. 
and Benton Rd. had a vehicle fail to slow / 
move over / use due caution when passing 
the emergency vehicle. Officer also 
observed the driver, who was looking down 
at his cell phone, and the license plate of 
the vehicle. 

Office cleared the traffic stop and caught up 
to the vehicle driving left of the center line 
stopping it on US 62 at Duck Creek Rd. 
Officer found the driver to be impaired, 
placed him in custody, the vehicle was 
removed from the roadway by Kaiser 
Towing and the driver transported on station 
to be processed. On station, the driver was 
charged and released to a sober ride.


Arrested: Joshua R. Hines 8-12-87 of 175 
W Michigan Ave. Sebring Oh 44672
Charge:OVI, approaching a public safety 
vehicle CCMC date of 12-12-17



Ptl. M. Garber 




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lncident #: 20178667
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND

Officers observed a vehicle that parked in 
the Waterworth Duck Pond after hours. 
Officers then made contact with the 
occupants of the vehicle and advised them 
of park hours. Once the vehicle cleared 
officers did so as well.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Sunday, December 10, 2017
09:06 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178677
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Dog At Large
1466 E PERSHING ST


Officer responded to a dog at large 1 
aggressive dog call in the 1400 blk of E. 
Pershing St. 

Upon arrival one dog (bro/white) was on the 
back porch barking aggressively at the back 
door with the resident inside watching the 
dog and not being able to go outside safely. 
Resident had told me that the dogls have 
been there off and on for the last two hours 
and they were fearful of going outside. 

Officer was able to repel the dog away after 
it charged towards me. A short blast of 
pepper spray caused the dog to back away, 
none of the stream hit the animal but just a 
short distance ahead of it. Dog continued to 
bark and watch this officer and left a short 
time later with the
other dog. 

Humane officer responded but neither dog 
was found by officers or humane officer. 

All cleared and they were found again later 
in the area and the humane officer 
responded and was able to capture both 
dogs without incident. 

Neither dog had a collar on. The aggressive 
dog was brown and white chest area, mid 
size and male. Second dog was similar size 
and darker in color all over the body, 
apparently a female. Complainant did not 
know who owned the dogs and had not 
scene them before. Neighbor on west side 
did not know the animals either. 

Both residents grateful to be able to go 
outside again. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20178678
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Recovered Property
W STATE 400 TO 600 BLOCK

Motorist turned in a womans black purse he 
found on overpass on W. State St. Owner 
was notified and came to the PD a short 
time later to claim it. She advised a police 
report was already made in Perry Twp 
earlier today.

Banar901

Purse turned over to owner on 12-9-17 by 
reporting officer @ 1016 hrs ...



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lncident #: 20178679
Date: Saturday, December 9,201 7
Domestic In Progress
627 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
female half who did not wish to cooperate. 
Officers did learn that the male half 
departed the area prior to officers arriving. 
Officers did not observe any physical marks 
of violence on the female nor was any 
reported. 

Domestic violence laws were explained 
prior to clearing.




Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178683
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Possible Scam
958 E THIRD ST 4

Complainant: JULIE DeSALVO

Complainant on station to report a possible 
scam she received on her voicemail. 

Officer listened to the voicemail and 
confirmed it was a scam.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178675
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1900 block of E 
State St in regards to a combative patient. 

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the patient, upon speaking to the 
patient, officers were able to calm him down 
and convince him to stay in the hospital 
until he is released.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178674
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL

Report of an overdose patient trying to 
leave the ER. 

Upon arrival, subject had decided to return 
to the ER due to the cold temperatures.



Lt Shafer



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Incident #: 20178671
Date: Saturday, December 9,2017
Accident With injury 
1510 E STATE ST


Unit #1, Driver:Owner  TOBY RICHMOND 

Officers responded to the 1500 block of a 
motor vehicle accident with injury. Unit #I 
was traveling eastbound on E State St and 
travelled to the wrong side of the roadway. 
The vehicle jumped a curb, drove into a 
yard, and then struck a telephone pole. The 
telephone pole was severed and was 
blocking the roadway. 

The fire department was called to the scene 
due to wires being in the roadway and 
possible injuries. 

The driver of the vehicle advised he had 
fallen asleep at the wheel and woke up 
when he struck the pole. 

Both the passenger and driver were asleep 
at the time of the accident.The airbags were 
deployed inside the vehicle and the 
passenger was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT. The 
driver signed a refusal for medical 
treatment. The driver was issued a citation 
for reasonable control and the vehicle was 
towed from the scene by Sinsley's Towing. 

Officers and FD stood by until Ohio Edison 
arrived and fixed the telephone pole.


Cited: Toby Richmond
AGE 19
Address: 7716 Depot Rd Unit 16, Lisbon, 
Ohio 44432
Charge: Reasonable Control ORC 
4511.202A



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Incident #: 20178669
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Traffic Offense
763 E STATE ST


On 12181201 7 while on routine patrol 
officers initiated a traffic stop on the 700 
block of E State Street. 

Upon further investigation officers 
discovered what was believed to be stolen 
merchandise from the Salem Wal-Mart 
located inside of the vehicle. The other 
occupants stated that Matthew J Crowl who 
was located inside of the vehicle had taken 
the items and was inside of the Wal-Mart 
earlier this evening. Officers then 
discovered Crowl to be Criminal 
Trespassed from Wal-Mart and was 
arrested on scene. 

Investigation pending for theft from the 
property in regards to Crowl.



Arrested: Matthew J Crowl
AGE 39
36048 State Route 30 Lisbon OH 44432 
(LKA)
Charge: Criminal Trespass



Ptl D Miller



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Incident #: 20178664
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Traffic Offense
175 W STATE ST

Officers on patrol stopped a vehicle for an 
equipment violation on S. Howard Ave. near 
W. State St. Officer gave the driver a verbal 
warning for the violation and a check of the 
vehicle found no contraband inside. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178663
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1200 E SIXTH ST A
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Complainant: RONALD CHAMBERS

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a juvenile problem. The 
complainant advised that an incident 
occurred at the Salem High School during 
practice. He advised that another juvenile 
became angry during practice and 
assaulted his son. He stated that he did not 
believe the coaches were taking it seriously 
and wanted a police report filed. 

The complainant was advised that the 
incident would be passed to the juvenile 
officer and to contact the PD if the juvenile 
did seek medical attention. 

This matter is currently under investigation.




Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178662
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: LESLIE

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of a theft from a 
gas station over the phone.

The employee advised that a white male 
driving a blue SUV had taken $47.14 worth 
of fuel without rendering payment and 
headed westbound on E State St.




Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178660
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Fraud
2233 E Pershing St
FINANCIAL INSTITUTION


Officers responded to the 2200 block of E 
Pershing St for a report of fraud. Officers 
arrived and spoke with an employee of the 
business and gathered the information. The 
employee advised that the businesses fraud 
department was handling the investigation 
but that she wished to have a report on file 
to assist the fraud department. Officer 
advised that a report would be on file.



Ptl D Beeson



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Saturday, December 09, 2017
07:37 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178659
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Assist Perry Police
1230 CONSER DR

Complainant: PERRY, TWP

Officer(s) requested to the 1200 block of 
Conser Dr to assist Perry Twp Police with 
male subject. 

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



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178649
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation 
1200 E SIXTH ST A


Officers responded to the 1200 block of E 
Sixth St to check the rear exit onto E Ninth 
St for a report of a car blocking traffic. The 
area was checked and the vehicle was 
gone prior to officers arriving. No vehicle 
were found blocking traffic. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178648
Friday, December 8,2017
292 W STATE ST C


While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
with its interior and exterior lights on, 
parked at a business in the 200 block of W 
State St. The vehicle was not there earlier 
in the shift. Officer checked the vehicle and 
found it was not running, was secured and 
nobody was around. A second officer 
subsequently responded and advised that 
he had observed the same vehicle on a two 
truck a short time earlier. There was no way 
to turn the vehicle lights off because it was 
secure. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20178646
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Prowler
486 ROOSEVELT AVE


Complainant: MICHAEL LAMPHERE

Officer was dispatched to the above 
location in reference to a possible prowler. 
Complainant advised that he heard some 
noise behind his neighbor's residence but, 
the neighbor was not home. 

Officer responded and checked the area on 
foot. Nobody was located and officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178645
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Menacing / Threats
300 E STATE ST A

Officer met with a subject on station who 
wanted to make a report about menacing. 
When officers met with the subject he 
explained that he did not want to press any 
charges at this time but would like a report 
on file for possible future reference. The 
subject then explained that he had gotten 
into a verbal altercation at Salem Fitness 
Club with another member.



PTL. Connolly



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Incident #: 20178651
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Assist Perry Police
SR 45 / 62 BYPASS


Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP, POLICE 
2198 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Reporting officer responded to the area of 
W State St and the By-Pass and provided 
traffic control for Perry Twp PD, who was 
handling a traffic crash at that location.




Lt. David L. Casto




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Incident #: 20178655
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2229 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 2200 block of 
East State St for a reported dispute. 

On arrival officers located one of the 
persons who had been involved in the 
incident and spoke with her. The female 
stated that she had been involved in a 
verbal dispute with a person known to her. 
The female stated further that she was fine 
and was now awaiting a ride home from a 
friend. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178656
Date: Friday, December 8,2017
Drug Paraphernalia


Reporting officer was advised by the City 
janitor of an item that was found in the 
downstairs women's restroom.

Reporting officer secured a small plastic 
container that had been hidden in the toilet 
paper holder. 

Reporting officer opened the item and 
nothing was found inside. The item was 
taken back to the PD and destroyed.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Friday, December 08, 2017
08:39 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178634
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N LUNDY AVE / E SECOND ST


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 2013 Ford 4s Silver in colornsured 
with : Geico
Owner/Operator: Brandon W. Newell 13649 
Morgan Ave Salem, Ohio 44601

Unit #2 : Light Post & Light
lnsured with: Self
Owner: City of Salem


Unit #1 was attempting to make a left hand 
turn off of N. Lundy onto E. 2nd St to head 
east bound. A vehicle heading east bound 
on E. 2nd St., with Unit #1 not wanting to 
get hit by it. Unit #1 went across E. 2nd St 
onto N. Lundy south bound striking the 
black light post on the east side with it's 
right front area.

The light post broke off it's foundation falling 
up against the building of Scratch & Dent 
store. No damage to the building.

No injuries reported at time of crash. Unit 
#1 was towed by AAA.

Owner/operator of Unit #1 was cited for 
Failure to Maintain Reasonable Control 
333.08 and given a court date of 12-15-17 
at 8:30 A.M. for the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178626
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
E STATE ST / PENN AVE


Unit 1- Parked Motor Vehicle-  Owner 
PATRICK ROSS 

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT- HIT/SKIP

Officer was dispatched to the above area in 
reference to a hitlskip traffic accident. Unit 
1, a 2016 Chevy Malibu, was parked facing 
west bound on E State St with the rear 
driver side door open. While the door was 
open, an unknown red colored vehicle, 
which was travelling west bound on E State 
St, side swiped the door of Unit 1 and then 
continued west bound. Unit 1 sustained 
functional damage to the rear door. 

The driver advised that she was retrieving 
something from the back seat and was 
sitting down on the seat when it was side 
swiped. There were no injuries. Officer 
cleared. 



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178632
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Barking Dog
939 JEFFERSON AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a barking dog. Officers spoke 
with the owner of the dog who stated they 
had their dog out side for 5 minutes to go to 
the bathroom in the morning. 

While at the residence the dog never 
barked.



Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178635
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Drug Overdose
673 E THIRD ST 

Complainant: PANEZOTT, CHIEF J.T. 231 
S BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 

Officers received information of a female 
possibly needing medical attention from a 
reported drug overdose. The information 
received was that the female was 
somewhere on E. 3rd St. 

Officers located the female at a residence in 
the 600 blk of E. 3rd St. and contact was 
made with her. She was alert while 
speaking with officers and first responders. 
She was ultimately transported to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center by EMT 
ambulance.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178636
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Criminal Mischief
538 E STATE ST B

Complainant: KAYLEY IZENOUR

Report of criminal mischief at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
some time overnight someone had 
unplugged her security camera. 
Complainant advised that this has been an 
ongoing problem and that she just wanted 
the incident documented in case of any 
further problems.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178639
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Combative Patient
SALEM HOSP ER ENTRY

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
in search of a female who supposedly 
walked away from the hospital without a 
proper ride.

The female had pulled out her IV and was 
last seen heading out the emergency doors 
towards State St.

Upon further investigation, Sgt Green talked 
with the hospital security and staff who 
advised she had went west bound on 
Pershing at approximately 1446hrs and 
they didn't necessarily want her back only 
that she had left with out a ride.

Officer(s) checked the area and were 
unable to locate the female in question.

Refer to report 201 78635 from Sgt Green 
earlier this date.



Ptl French



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Incident #: 20178640
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept
1995 E STATE ST B
HOSPlTAL

Officer responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center to speak with the Sheriff's 
Dept, regarding a male individual they 
brought in. 

Information was obtained and officers 
cleared.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178641
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Menacing / Threats 
647 OHIO AVE 

Complainant: JULIO MATEO

Officer on station spoke with male 
complainant who came on station to advise 
that his nephew has been receiving threats 
via text message. 

Due to a language barrier, not much 
information could be gathered except that 
someone has been threatening his nephew 
by stating that they would physically harm 
him if they were not paid their money. 

Complainant did not have any information 
on the victim nor suspect. Therefore, he 
was advised to have his nephew respond to 
the police department when available so 
that the incident could be properly 
investigated. Officer cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178642
Date: Thursday, December 7,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem

Complainant: NATALIE SMITH

Officer spoke with a female complainant in 
the parking lot of the police department in 
reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant wanted an officer to speak 
with her four year old son about not 
unbuckling his seat belt in the car while in 
transit. Officer spoke with the child about 
the seat belt issue and then cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178623
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Assist Other Agency 

Complainant: COLUMBIANA, HANNAH

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Columbiana PD on a traffic stop , 
who also had requested a Kg. Officer 
arrived on scene and K9 Argo then 
conducted a cursory sniff of the truck. K9 
Argo indicated to the presence of a narcotic 
odor coming from the truck. 

Officers searched the truck and located 
narcotics inside of it.



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20178624
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
MV Lockout
763 E STATE ST


Police responded to the parking lot of 
Manhattan Cleaners for a vehicle lock out. 
When Police arrived entry into the vehicle 
was attempted. Due to the layout of the 
vehicle entry was unable to be gained. 

Sinsleys was then called to the scene.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178625
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1406 FRANKLIN AVE 1/2

Complainant: PATRICK TONEY

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave in reference to a dispute. 
Complainant, who lives in the upstairs 
apartment, stated that the female, who lives 
in the downstairs apartment, wanted to 
place a lock on the door to the communal 
basement to prevent him from gaining 
access. 

Officers spoke with the female who was 
advised that she could not lock the 
complainant out of the communal 
basement. Due to the two having multiple 
disputes during the day, they were advised 
to stay away from each other for the 
evening. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178628
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Fight
2875 E STATE ST A

Police responded to Walmart parking lot for 
a fight in progress. The incident involved 
several female individuals.

When officers arrived all parties had already 
departed. Officers watched surveillance 
videos but were unable to identify any of the 
female subjects.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178629
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
SOUTHEAST BLVD / EDGEWOOD 

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle with 
hazard lights activated in the northbound 
lane of Southeast Blvd near Edgewood 
Ave. 

Officer stopped to check on the occupants 
and learned that the vehicle could not be 
moved due to broken components in the 
steering mechanism. The driver advised 
that AAA had already been called and 
stated the tow truck would take about 45 
minutes to arrive. 

Officer checked back an hour later and a 
tow truck still had not arrived. The driver 
advised that there had been a mix up on 
AAA part, and they sent to the truck to the 
wrong place. The driver stated the truck 
was now on its way to the correct location, 
however a second officer found the vehicle 
was still waiting another hour later. 

Salem PD dispatch was requested to 
contact AAA direct and affirm a truck was 
on its way to the correct location, which 
dispatch did. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178630
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
WATERWORTH PARK / SUNSET

Officer on patrol in Waterworth Park 
observed an Audi sedan parked in the 
parking lot off Sunset Blvd, after the park 
had closed. 

Officer made contact with two male 
juveniles who were advised of the park 
hours and they departed the area.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20178631
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Water Line Break / Leak 
WASHINGTON AVE / MOUND ST

Officer on patrol observed a large amount 
of water on the street near the intersection 
of Maple St and Franklin Ave. Officer 
followed the source of the water back to the 
intersection of Mound and Washington St 
where a cap was missing from the top of a 
water pipe in the street. It was a slow water 
leak and did not require immediate 
attention. 

Dispatch left a note for the Water 
Department to be notified in the day time. 



Sgt B Slider



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Thursday, December 07, 2017
09:22 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178616
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST

Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1 : 2009 Pontiac 4s Vibe Red in color, 
Owner/Operator: Sarah Bobby 24 N. Vine 
St Columbiana, Ohio 44408

Unit #2: 2007 Saturn 4s Ora Red in color, 
Owner/Operator: Ashlee Webber 1277 
Franklin Ave Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 Was south bound on Sharp St 
approaching W. Wllson. Unit #2 was east 
bound on W. Wilson and stopped at the 
intersection of Wilson & Sharp. 
Owner/Operator of Unit #2 then pulled out 
into the right of way of Unit #1 getting struck 
on the left rear passenger door/side by Unit 
#l's front. No injuries reported at time of 
crash.

No Unit(s) towed.

Owner/operator of Unit #2 was cited for 
Failure To Yield Right Of Way 331.16(a) 
and given a court date of 12-14-17 at 8:30 
A.M. for the Columbiana County Municipal 
Court.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178622
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Accidental Damage
2875 E STATE ST A
PARKING LOT

Complainant: WANDA BENDER

Police responded to Walmart parking lot for 
damage to a vehicle. The complainant 
stated that a shopping cart ran into the 
driver side of the vehicle and left a dent. 
The complainant advised they knew it was 
civil and wanted the incident documented.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178611
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Neighbor Dispute
646 VINE AVE 1 

Complainant: ANNE DINGMAN

Officers responded to the above location for 
an ongoing neighbor dispute. Officers 
spoke with the complainant who stated that 
she has a flower pot that was knocked over 
by a vehicle sometime overnight.

 Officers spoke with the female subject who 
stated that she doesn't know who owns the 
vehicle that hit the flower pot, she works 
midnight shift and wasn't even home.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178612
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Check Well Being
1975 FAlRVlEW CT

Report of a check well being of a male 
subject at the above address. 

Upon arrival, officers attempted several 
times to make contact with the male subject 
and officers eventually did make contact 
with him. The male subject advised that he 
was ok and nothing else was needed and 
officers cleared without incident.



Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20178613
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE 

Report of a drive-off at the above noted 
location. The complainant advised that the 
driver of a silver Chevy Malibu pumped 
$16.82 worth of fuel and then left without 
rendering payment. The complainant 
advised that the driver went westbound on 
E. State St. approximately 10 minutes prior 
to the report.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178614
Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Domestic Dispute Report
406 FRANKLIN ST 1/2

Complainant: TAMMY MARTIN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a verbal dispute. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated her son got into a 
verbal argument with his girlfriend. 

Officers spoke with the female subject who 
stated her boyfriend got mad at her and 
yelled at her because his mother owed him 
ten dollars and wouldn't give him the 
money. 

The male subject left the residence before 
Officers arrival but did speak with him via 
the phone. He stated nothing physical 
happened it was just verbal because he 
was mad his mother who wouldn't give him 
his money and his girlfriend told him not to 
worry about the money. 

Officers advised the male to stay away from 
the residence for the rest of the day or until 
he cooled down, he stated he made 
arrangements to stay at a friends house for 
the day.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178618
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
542 E STATE ST 1

Complainant: Nancy McCoy,  NEGLEY, OH 

Police responded to the 500 block of E. 
State St for a juvenile problem. The 
complainant stated that two female 
juveniles continue to mess with items near 
the doorway of the store as they walk past. 
The complainant also stated that the 
juveniles will drop or throw items near the 
doorway. 

Police attempted to make contact with the 
juveniles but were unable to observe any 
offenses.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178620
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
406 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a dispute. Complainant 
advised of a few individuals screaming 
behind their residence.
 
Officers spoke with the individuals who 
advised that the subject had left the 
residence with a cable box and they wanted 
it back. It was determined that the cable box 
belonged to the subject and no crime was 
being committed. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178621
Date: Wednesday, December 6,2017
Recovered Property
E STATE ST / S ELLSWORTH 

Complainant: Jeffrey Saltsman

The complainant responded to this 
department to turn in a Farmers bank Visa 
card. He advised that he located it in the 
parking lot of the above noted location. 

Contact was made with the owner, who 
advised that he had already cancelled the 
card and requested that it be destroyed.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178594
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Shoplifter(s)
516 E STATE ST
SHOPPING MALL

Complainant: Dollar General, 514 E State 
St SALEM, OH

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the stores 
manager. The manager stated that a person 
known to store employees had taken items 
from the store without rendering payment. 
The store provided officers with video of the 
incident and it will be sent to the 
Prosecutors Office for review of possible 
charges. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20178596
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
2401 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: Cheryl Javens

Officers were met on station by a 
complainant who wanted a report done on a 
hit skip. Photos were taken of the damage 
of the vehicle along with gathering 
information from the complainant, it is 
unknown at this time what vehicle struck the 
complainants car and where it occurred.



Ptl. D Miller




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lncident #: 20178597
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Water Line Break / Leak 
STEWART AVE / W FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers checked a water line break in the 
area of Stewart Ave. and W 4th St. Officers 
located the break and called for the signs / 
safety department to barricade the roadway. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20178599
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1000 block of N 
Ellsworth Road in regards to a box truck in 
the roadway parked stationary with out its 
four-way hazard lights on. Officers spoke 
with the owners of the truck and advised 
them to activate lights on their truck. 

Officers then cleared without incident.



Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20178600
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
180 OHIO AVE

On 12/5/2017 officers made attempted to 
make contact with a wanted female subject 
that was believed to be in the area of the 
100 block of Ohio Ave. Once officers made 
contact with the female she was advised of 
the warrant and placed under arrest. 

Officers then transported the female to 
Salem PD for processing and then was 
transported over to Portage County Sheriffs 
Office custody.


Arrested: Brandi Lee McVay
AGE 24
180 Ohio Ave Apt. 2 Salem OH 44460
Charge: Warrant for Failure to Appear



Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20178603
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Check Well Being
646 VINE AVE 2

Complainant: KRISTINA WILSON

Officers responded to the 600 block of Vine 
Ave for a well being check on a juvenile. 
The complainant advised that a young 
juvenile was crying in an upstairs apartment 
and didn't believe a parent was home. 

Officers made contact with the mother of 
the juvenile who advised her daughter was 
ok but having trouble sleeping. The juvenile 
did appear to be ok.




Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178605
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
OVI Arrest
S ELLSWORTH AVE / FRANKLI ST


Officers initiated a traffic stop on S 
Ellsworth Ave at Franklin St with a white 
vehicle. The driver and passenger were 
removed from the vehicle and detained. 

Ptl. Garber and K9 Simon were called to the 
scene and K9 Simon did indicate to the 
presence of narcotic odor with the vehicle. 
There was also an open bottle of 
intoxicating liquor located inside the vehicle. 
The driver was found to be impaired and 
administered field sobriety. 

The passenger was highly intoxicated and 
was advised he needed to find a ride home. 
The driver was taken into custody and 
transported back to the Salem Police 
Department. The male subject was given a 
courtesy transport to the Salem Police 
Department to wait for his ride. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene by 
Sinsley's Towing. 

The driver was processed and booked and 
then released into a friend's custody.



Arrested: Myranda Webber
AGE 21
Address: 312 Blakely St, East Liverpool, 
Ohio 43920
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19Ala and 
4511.19Ald , White light to the rear ORC 
4513.13A, and Open Container in MV ORC 
4301.62




Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178607
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Criminal Trespassing
675 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: HEATHER JONES

Complainant advised that while in her 
bathroom, her ex boyfriend apparently 
entered the residence and started pounding 
on the bathroom door. He then exited the 
residence and then started pounding on the 
front door.

Complainant advised that she did not see 
him in the residence, but did see him in the 
driveway. No other subjects saw the 
suspect in the residence. She wanted the 
incident documented.



Lt Shafer



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Incident #: 20178608
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: ASHLEY SMITH

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St in regards to a theft report. The 
business's asset protection manager called 
to report that a female worker at the 
business had been taking bottles of wine 
and drinking them while she was working 
without paying for them. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant and female subject who 
admitted to taking the bottles of wine and 
advised that it had been going on since the 
end of October. Asset Protection advised 
that $117.07 of alcohol was either taken or 
consumed on the business
property. 

The female subject is being charged with 
theft and is going to be issued a court 
summons.


Summoned: Rachel Boyer
AGE 31
Address: 240 W Main Street, 
Washingtonville, Ohio
Charge: Theft (ORC 2913.02)(M1)



Ptl C Walla




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lncident #: 20178609
Date: Wednesday, December 6,.2017
Interior Motion Alarm
2900 E STATE ST

Complainant: TYCO

Officers responded to the 2900 block of E 
State St in regards to an anterior motion 
alarm. 

Officer arrived on scene and located the 
business key holder in the parking lot, the 
key holder advised that there was an 
employees vehicle in the parking lot but he 
was not sure where the employee was. 
Officers then checked the inside of the 
building and located the employee in the 
business break room. The employee 
advised that he had lost track of time, upon 
speaking to the employee, officers 
observed possible impairment, 

Field sobriety tests was administered to the 
employee and he was advised not to drive. 
The employee was then able to get a ride 
back to his residence.



Ptl C Walla



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Wednesday, December 06, 2017
08:52 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178591
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
FRANKLIN AVE / S LINCOLN AVE


Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only 


Unit #2 was stopped in the westbound lane 
of SR344 at the S. Lincoln Ave. 
intersection. Unit #1 was directly in front of 
unit #2, also stopped at the traffic signal. 
Unit #1 advised he was too far out into the 
intersection and began to back up. 
Subsequently, unit #1 did back into the front 
of unit #2.


UNIT #1, Driver, GEORGE LEWIS, CITED - 
Improper Backing 331.13

UNIT #2, Driver, JOHN ROBERTS



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178592
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Menacing / Threats
1095 NEWGARDEN AVE
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Complainant: TODD EWING,  AKRON, 
OHIO


Officer was dispatched to take a menacing 
report at 1095 Newgarden Ave. 

Upon arrival Officer spoke with the Principal 
and advised him of the complaint involving 
two students. He was aware of the ongoing 
situation and stated that the school has 
tried to deal with the matter. Officer advised 
him to monitor both students and officer 
would try and contact the parents by phone. 

Matter to also be turned over to juvenile 
division. 



Banar901



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lncident #: 20178593
Date: Tuesday, December 5,2017
Littering / Dumping
547 PROSPECT ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
Prospect St for a report of illegal dumping. 

On arrival officers located a couch sitting on 
the curb lawn. Officers had the city Service 
Dept respond to remove the item. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178575
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Reckless Operator

Complainant: GOSHEN, PD 

Officers responded and checked for a 
reported reckless operator entering the City 
on SR9lSR62 North. Officers checked the 
length of N Lincoln Ave, as well as N 
Ellsworth Ave and did not observe a vehicle 
with the provided or similar registration. 


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20178488
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Possible Scam
711 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: MARY GEIST

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a male 
subject keeps calling her from multiple 
numbers telling her he is going to arrest her. 

Officer advised the complainant not to give 
the subject any of her information or any 
money. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl Brooks




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lncident #: 20178583
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Fight
443 CONTINENTAL 49

Complainant: SAMANTHA LAYMAN

Officers responded to Laurel Court 
apartments for a fight in progress. 

Upon arriving the complainant advised 
officers the a known male subject came 
over, wouldn't leave and began to fight with 
several subjects at the residence. The 
complainant advised officers that the male 
left prior to officers arrival. 

Officers gathered statements. The matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178584
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Harassment
439 CONTINENTAL DR 35

Complainant: TRACY DONNALLEY,  
LISBON, OH 

Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that a 
known male subject will not stop texting or 
calling her. 

Officer will contact the subject and advise 
him of the complaint and possible charges if 
he continues.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178585
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: HELEN BEVERLY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
has been stealing money from her gift card. 
The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20178586
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
383 MULLINS ST

Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Mullins in regards to a suspicious vehicle 
sitting in the parking lot of one of the 
businesses. 

Upon arrival at the location Officers were 
disregarded due to the call being a false 
alarm.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20178589
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Person To Be Removed
462 FRANKLIN AVE 1/2 


Complainant: MARGARET BROOKS

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave for a person to be removed. 
The complainant advised that the male 
subject was strung out of drugs and was not 
suppose to be inside her residence. 

When officers arrived the male subject was 
found to be unresponsive. First responders 
and KLG were called to the scene. The 
male subject was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center. 

The complainant advised she did not wish 
to pursue charges but did want to male 
criminally trespassed from the property.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178590
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
PROSPECT 900 BLOCK A


Officers were on routine patrol when they 
saw a black in color Ford pickup sitting 
stationary in the area of the Kelly Park 
parking lot after hours. Officers then made 
contact with the occupants of the vehicle 
and advised them of park hours. Once the 
occupants of the vehicle cleared, both 
officers did the same without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Tuesday, December 05, 2017
09:17 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178547
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Accident Private Property
1050 PENNSYLVANIA AVE 
MOORE SPECIALTY



Officers responded to Moore Specialty 
located at 1050 Pennsylvania Ave. for a 
report of a vehicle that drove into the 
building. 


Upon arrival, contact was made with four 
subjects standing in the parking lot. Upon 
investigation it was found the operator of 
the grey 2003 Jeep Cherokee, 18 year old 
Kaleb A. Merten had pulled into the parking 
lot of 1050 Pennsylvania Ave. and stated 
that he attempted to put the car in reverse 
to back out of the parking lot and did not 
realize he put the vehicle into drive and 
when he pressed the gas pedal the vehicle 
moved forward and he was unable to stop 
in time prior to striking the building. Heavy 
damage was observe to the front vehicle as 
well as damage was observed to the 
business. The Salem Fire Dept. and KLG 
Ambulance responded to the scene. 

The Salem Fire Dept. checked the building 
for any structural problems prior to AAA 
removing the vehicle from the scene. KLG 
Ambulance obtained refusals from all four 
occupants. Digital photos were taken of the 
scene. 

(2) 17 year old males and (1) 16 year old 
male juvenile whom were passengers in the 
vehicle were placed under arrest for an 
unruly offense. 

All were released to their mothers. 

The driver, Mr. Merten was issued a traffic 
citation for reasonable control of a motor 
vehicle. He was given a court date of Friday 
December 15th, 2018 in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.



Driver / Cited: Kaleb A. Merten AGE 18
1842 Mayhew Rd.
New Cumberland, WVA 26047
Charge: Reasonable Control


Arrestees:
(JUVENILE)
AGE 17
391 64 Elk Ave.
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charge: Unruly

(JUVENILE)
AGE 16
391 64 Elk Ave.
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charge: Unruly

(JUVENILE)
AGE 17
1110 Railroad St.
E. Liverpool, OH 43920
Charge: Unruly




Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178574
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Reckless Operator
1000 BLOCK W STATE ST 


Officer(s) responded to the area of West 
State St and the city limits for a report of a 
vehicle being operated in a reckless 
manner. On arrival officers located the 
vehicle in question and followed it for 
several blocks. Officers did not observe any 
violations. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178576
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Misc / Unknown Problem
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL


Complainant: SONYA PHILLIPS

Officers responded to the 1900 block of 
East State St for a reported speak with 
officer 1 unknown problem. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. the complainant stated that 
she had been involved in a illegal activity 
outside of the city. 

Officers advised the complainant that they 
would contact the appropriate agency 
(Perry Twp) and advise them of the 
situation. Officers advised Perry Twp then 
cleared.




Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178577
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
256 E STATE ST
BB ROONERS


Hit Skip accident

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
East State St for a reported hit skip 
accident. Unit # 1 had been legally parked 
and unoccupied facing west in the 200 
block of East State St when it was struck by 
unit # 2. Unit # 2 then fled the area. Unit # 1 
sustained damage to its left outside mirror.


Unit # 1 / owner / Harold Winnale
vehicle / 2012 Dodge Tk



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20178580
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Recovered Bicycle
888 S UNION AVE


While on patrol officers observed a 
abandoned bicycle in the 800 block of 
South Union. Officers had the FD pick the 
bike up and it was taken to the Service 
Dept. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178581
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Accident Hit / Skip
1242 MAPLE ST



Hit Skip accident

Officer(s) responded to the 1200 block of 
Maple for a reported hit skip accident. Unit 
# 1 had been unoccupied and legally 
parked in the 1200 block of Maple St when 
it was struck by unit # 2. Unit # 2 then fled 
the area. 

Unit # 1 sustained damage to its left rear tail 
light as well as paint damage to the left side 
bed and cab area.


Unit # 1 / owner 1 Robert Quinn
vehicle 1 2013 Chevy Tk



Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178584
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Fight
443 CONTINENTAL 49


Complainant: SAMANTHA LAYMAN

Officers responded to Laurel Court 
apartments for a fight in progress. 

Upon arriving the complainant advised 
officers the a known male subject came 
over, wouldn't leave and began to fight with 
several subjects at the residence. The 
complainant advised officers that the male 
left prior to officers arrival. 

Officers gathered statements. The matter is 
under investigation.




Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20178562
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Child in Roadway 
E PERSHING ST / S UNION Ave

Complainant: SEELEY, CHRISTINA M 1 
133 PROSPECT ST 9-A SALEM, OH 44460 
(234)567-4 1 08


ON 12/03/2017 Officers Connolly and 
Officer Cochran responded to the area of E. 
Pershing St. and S. Union Ave. to attempt 
to locate a juvenile in the roadway. 

Once on scene we made contact with the 
juvenile as well.as one of the juveniles 
guardians. We explained that the kids were 
in the roadway. Christoper Smith one of the 
fathers of the children said the boys would 
stay inside for the rest of the night and that 
he was sorry we had to come out and 
speak with the kids. 

Once we gathered the necessary info we 
cleared the scene without incident.




Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20178564
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

On 12/03/21 07 Officers Connolly, Smith, 
Osberg, LaRosa responded to WalMart for 
a theft. 

Once on scene Officers made contact with 
Asset Protection Agent Nancy McKenzie 
who had the suspects in the front office with 
her along with the items that they attempted 
to steal. Officers gathered the receipts of 
the items stolen and placed Jessica Hazel 
and Roger Clay under arrest for 
Theft(2913.02(A)(2)). Both Hazel and Clay 
where transported back to Salem Police 
Department for processing. Once 
completed they were transported to 
Columbiana County Jail.



Arrestes:

Jessica Hazel
AGE 32
1335 Cleveland St.
Salem OH 44460
Charge: Theft

Roger Clay
AGE 50
1335 Cleveland St.
Salem OH 44460
Charge: Theft




Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20178565
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept


Officers responded to various addresses in 
the city to assist the Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Office with serving arrests warrants 
on several different subjects. Officers had 
negative contact with all subjects due to 
them having moved. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178566
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Ambulance Needed
643 FRANKLIN AVE


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin Ave for an upset female resident. 

Officer arrived and the female individual 
was highly upset, stating that she no longer 
wanted to be alive. She did calm down 
while officer spoke with her. 

Salem First Responders and EMT 
Ambulance were summoned to the scene 
and the individual was subsequently 
transported by EMT for evaluation. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178567
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Public Assist 
566 HIGHLAND AVE 

Complainant: JANE JOHNSON

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
Highland Ave for a public assist. 
Complainant advised that she had let her 
son's dog out of his residence and that the 
dog would not come back. Complainant 
was requesting an officer to help her 
retrieve the dog. 

Upon arrival, complainant had already 
gotten the dog back inside. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochra



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Incident #: 20178568
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
929 FRANKLIN AVE DOWN ST 


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave where the caller reported that 
some person(s) was possibly inside the 
residence. The caller had secured the door 
to the room and thought they could here a 
person moving around. Officers entered 
and checked the interior of the residence on 
all floors. 

Nothing appeared out of order and nobody 
besides the caller was found inside the 
residence. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20178569
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Ambulance Needed
1266 CEDAR RIDGE DR C

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY, 
SHERIFFS 

Officer responded to 1266 Cedar Ridge Dr. 
Apt.C along with the Salem Fire Dept. and 
EMT Ambulance for a medical emergency. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while ems 
personnel tended to the female resident. 
Nothing was needed from this officer and 
we cleared a short time later.




Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178570
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Child Unattended In MV 
2875 E STATE ST A 


Complainant: TIARA KIEGER

Officers were dispatched to the parking lot 
of Walmart in reference to a child left 
unattended in a motor vehicle.

Complainant advised of a young juvenile 
approximately seven years old inside a 
silver Chevy Cavalier parked in the parking 
lot. Officers responded and checked the 
area but, the vehicle was gone upon arrival. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178571
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Person To Be Removed 
633 CHERRY ST


Complainant: TINA CROWL

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
Cherry St in reference to a person to be 
removed report. Dispatch advised that the 
phone had hung up before any information 
could be gathered. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
complainant who advised that she wanted 
her son and his girlfriend to leave the 
residence because the female was not 
welcome there. Officers spoke with the 
subjects who advised that same and they 
left willingly. 

Officers informed the complainant of the 
eviction process in regards to her son. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178572
Date: Monday, December 4,2017
Assist Other Agency
Salem Unity Salem Township

Complainant: GOSHEN, PD

Officers responded to SR14 (Salem-Unity 
Rd) just outside the City limits to assist 
officers with the Goshen Twp. Police Dept. 
with searching the area for a male subject 
that fled from them on foot during a traffic 
stop. 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area on 
foot and were unable to locate the subject. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Monday, December 04, 2017
07:33 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178551
Sunday, December 3,2017
MIS- Harassment
424 W FOURTH ST


Complainant: MICHAEL BRADWAY,  EAST 
LIVERPOOL, OH

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
his two sons opened a lawn care business. 
The one son, who is the owner of the 
company, let his brother go due to problems 
of not showing up to work. The complainant 
advised that his son who was let go, is now 
slandering the business on social media. 

He was advised that since all involved and 
the business itself were located outside of 
Salem, they needed to file the report with 
their local agency.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20178552
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant:  PAIGE

Report of a drive-off at the above location. 
The complainant advised that the driver of a 
blue Chevy truck pumped $18.00 worth of 
fuel and left without rendering payment. The 
vehicle left approximately 10 minutes prior 
to the time of report, therefore it was not 
located.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178553
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Person To Be Removed
1280 SOUTHEAST BLVD 52


Complainant: TAYLOR RICKELS

Officers responded to the above location for 
a person to be removed. The complainant 
advised that she let a female stay at her 
apartment for a week or so just to help her 
out and she will now not leave. While 
officers were on scene, the female 
voluntarily stated that she was leaving.
 
The complainant was advised the problems 
of letting people stay for an extended period 
of time and the possibility of having to evict 
them.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178555
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Civil Matter
2020 MONROE ST 92


Complainant: MARIA GOODCHILD

Complainant on station reference a civil 
issue. She advised that she just wanted her 
personal paperwork back from her ex and 
that is it. 

Contact was made with her ex-boyfriend 
and an arrangement was made for her to 
pick her property up.




Ptl Miller



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Incident # 20178557
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Accident Private Property
1374 S LINCOLN AVE


Unit #2 Driver/Owner RICHARD 
DETWILER , 2016 CHEV 4s RED

Unit #1 Driver/Owner DALE HAYNES , 
2007 NlSS 4s BLU


Police responded to the apartments in the 
1300 block of S. Lincoln Ave for a two 
vehicle private property accident.

Unit #1 was backing out of a parking spot 
when Unit #2 drove through the lot behind 
it. Unit # 1 backed into Unit # 2's passenger 
side. Unit #1 had minor damage on the rear 
driver side bumper. Unit #2 had damage 
along the passenger side. Neither driver 
was injured. Both vehicles were able to 
drive away from the scene.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20178558
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Domestic In Progress
1129 W PERRY ST 304

Police were requested to assist Perry Twp 
in the 11 00 block of W. Perry St. for a 
domestic in progress. Officers attempted to 
make contact with the subjects. Perry Twp 
took over the scene once they arrived.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178559
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
N UNION AVE / E ELEVENTH ST


Unit#l 2008 CHEV 2s BLU, Driver/Owner 
DANIEL AIKENS 

Unit#2 2002 DODG TK RED, Driver SLOAN 
RUDIBAUGH, Owner DOUGLAS 
RUDIBAUGH 


TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 

The driver of Unit#l advised that he was 
traveling south on N. Union when he failed 
to yield for the stop sign at the intersection 
of N. Union and E. 11th St. which caused 
Unit#2 to strike his vehicle. The juvenile 
driver of Unit#2 advised that she was 
traveling eastbound on E. 11 th st when she 
struck Unit#l. Minor damage was observed 
to both vehicles at the time of the accident.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178560
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A WALMART


Unit #1 2010 FORD SW SIL, Driver/Owner 
AMANDA WOODS 

Unit #2 2007 JEEP SW WH, Driver JENNA 
LYONS, Owner SAUNDRA BONFERT 


Private Property Accident

Police responded to the parking lot of 
Walmart for a two vehicle private property 
accident. Unit #1 and Unit #2 were backing 
out of a parking spot at the same time and 
struck each other. Unit #1 had damage to 
the driver side rear corner and Unit #2 had 
damage to the passenger side rear corner. 

Neither driver had injuries. Both vehicles 
were able to drive away from the scene.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178546
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Domestic Dispute Report 
627 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
N Lincoln Ave in reference to a domestic 
dispute. Dispatch advised that the caller 
stated that a lot of noise was coming from 
the above address. Officers responded and 
attempted to make contact with the 
residents but, nobody answered the door. 

Officers spoke with a neighbor who advised 
that yelling was coming from the residence 
earlier in the day. Officers were unable to 
determine if a domestic incident had 
occurred since contact was unable to be 
made. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178544
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Criminal Mischief 
476 W FIFTH ST


Complainant: MELISSA KITTS

On 12/3/2017 Officers Connolly and Officer 
Smith responded to 476 W. Fifth St. for a 
criminal mischief report.

Upon arrival I, Officer Connolly spoke with 
the homeowner, Mr. Gary Kitts about the 
incident that happened. Mr. Kitts explained 
that he was in his house when he heard 
noises on the roof. Mr. Kitts then went 
outside and could see 6-8 individuals 
running from his property and get into a 
dark colored Corolla and a red cobalt. 

Mr. Kitts explained it was at this time that he 
saw that his front tree and roof had toilet 
paper hanging from them. I asked Mr. Kitt if 
he or any members of his family had any 
issues with anyone. Mr. Kitt explained that 
he did not. Mr. Kitt stated that he did not 
want any charges filed only that if the 
individuals were found that they be told not 
to return to his property. 

Once photographs where taken both 
officers then cleared the scene without 
indecent.



Plt. Connolly



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Incident #: 20178543
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Drug Overdose
675 E SIXTH ST


Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
Sixth St for a report of a female individual 
who had allegedly ingested a large quantity 
of medication. 

Salem First Responders and EMT 
Ambulance also responded. The individual 
was highly intoxicated, could not 
communicate with emergency personnel 
and had numerous prescription medications 
at hand. Several friends of the individual 
further advised that the individual had been 
consuming alcoholic beverages throughout 
the evening, as had a recent argument that 
resulted in the individual allegedly making 
numerous threats to harm themselves. 

The individual was transported to Salem 
Hospital by EMT Ambulance and another 
household member arrived on scene to 
secure the residence. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178542
Date: Sunday, December 3,2017
Curfew Violation
N LUNDY AVE / SUGARTREE A 


Officer on patrol observed four female 
juveniles walking in the area of E State St 
and N Lundy Ave. Officer made contact with 
the juveniles in the 100 block of N Lundy 
Ave and advised them of the city's curfew 
ordinance. After learning the ages of the 
juveniles, it was found that only two were in 
violation of the city's curfew ordinance due 
to their ages. 

Two of the female juveniles were taken into 
custody and transported to the police 
department, where they were released to 
their guardians.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20178541
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Fraud 
607 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: CYNTHIA WOLFORD

Officer spoke with the complainant at Salem 
PD who reported that she had rented a 
movie(s) from a movie kiosk in the City. The 
movies were rented yesterday and returned 
today. The complainant subsequently 
observed that the company placed a debit 
on her account, then deposited the money 
back into the complainants account today 
and were going to place a another debit for 
the original amount. 

Complainant felt the second charge was 
illegal because she had only authorized the 
first charge and had no idea why the 
company deposited the charge back into 
the complainant's account. 

Officer advised the complainant that no 
crime had occurred and if there was a 
complaint regarding the procedure used by 
the company, the complainant would have 
to contact the company and or an attorney 
reagrding her complaint. The transaction 
was $3.75. 




Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20178539
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1344 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officers responded to an apartment in the 
1300 block of N Ellsworth Ave to serve a 
male who had an active arrest warrant out 
of the Columbiana County Sheriff's Office. 
The male arrived home shortly after officers 
responded to the residence. He was then 
subsequently arrested and transported to 
the police department for processing. He 
was later transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail.



Arrested: Timothy S. Eddinger AGE 26
1344 N Ellsworth Ave Apt 3
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Criminal Damaging




Ptl. Cochran



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Sunday, December 03, 2017
09:00 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178538
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Theft
2875 E STATE ST 8


Complainant: LORRIE BANISTER,  
ROGERS, OH 

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the victim who advised that 
person(s) unknown (female) had taken her 
two brindle pit bull mother / daughter dog(s) 
from the parking lot on the lawn & garden 
side.

Video showed the dogs running loose in the 
parking lot then coming into the lawn & 
garden doors then exiting when the 
unknown female picked them up placing 
them into an unknown vehicle driving off 
with them.

At approximately 1738hrs the female called 
in and advised they were bringing the 
dog(s) to this department that she had 
found running at WalMart.

WalMart was contacted and so was the 
victim.

Dog(s) were returned to the victim.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178537
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Harassment 
1280 SOUTHEAST BLVD 52


Complainant: TAYLOR RICKELS

The complainant responded to this 
department to report harassment by two 
male individuals known to her. She advised 
that both males were in her vehicle last 
night and she dropped one of them off. He 
later contacted his friend and reportedly 
advised him to look for money he lost in the 
vehicle. The complainant advised that both 
individuals were now threatening her and 
her roommate about the lost money. She 
stated that she did not find the money in her 
vehicle. 

Officers accompanied the complainant and 
her roommate to their residence to make 
sure the individuals were not there, as they 
stated they would be. No one was at the 
apartment and the complainant was 
advised to contact this department, should 
they show up.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20178536
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2875 E STATE ST F


Complainant: CHRISTINE BOURNE

Officers responded to the above location 
and was directed by the complainant to the 
employee parking lot area on the east side 
of the building.

Officer(s) met with a male and female 
employee(s) along with the victim there.

They advised that the estranged husband / 
subject had left prior to officers arrival.

He got nervous when a group of people 
came around due to the yelling and he 
knew the police were probably on the way.

The female victim estranged wife advised 
that her estranged husband who has been 
served twice with divorce papers by a local 
attorney at his place of employment in Perry 
Township came there and wanted to talk 
with her.

She was in a vehicle that belonged to 
another employee / co-worker talking during 
break.

The estranged husband used his hand 
striking the window yelling for her to get out 
or he would break the window.

She refused and that's when an assistant 
manager who witnessed this came over.

The victim estranged wife advised that she 
does not know all that is in the papers he 
was served with but her attorney had told 
her that they were to have no contact with 
each other for 30 days which supposedly 
they have a hearing set for the 7th of this 
month.

The estranged husband advised he would 
be waiting on her at the house which is out 
side this departments jurisdiction

She was to contact that police agency and 
advise them.

The assistant manager advised they would 
look into sending him or issuing him a 
trespass warning to stay off the property.


Note: Officer Wirkner did talk with the 
estranged husband on the victim's phone 
and he advised he only came to talk with 
his wife. Nothing else happened. He was 
advised of this complaint.



Ptl. French 




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Incident #: 20178535
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Theft 
2586 E STATE ST B


Complainant: CODY ARKWRIGHT,  
LEETONIA, OH 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated a female subject 
stole multiple items from the business, the 
complainant had video surveillance of the 
incident. The complainant stated that 
another male and female were with the 
female suspect, the male subject sold 
multiple items to the business and provided 
an address. The complainant stated he just 
wanted the items back and never wanted 
them back in the store. 

Officers responded to the residence and 
spoke with the male and female subjects 
who stated their daughter took the items 
and turned the items over to Officers. 
Officers advised the male and female that 
the complainant doesn't want any of them 
back in the business or they could be 
charged with criminal tress passing. The 
items were returned to the complainant.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178526
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Road Rage 
S LUNDY AVE / E STATE ST


A male and female individual were involved 
in a road rage incident and followed each 
other to the Police Dept.

Officers made contact in the parking lot 
during the dispute. The male, wearing dark 
clothes, walked in front of the female while 
she was operating her vehicle. The male 
then confronted the female and followed her 
to the Police Dept. Both parties were 
separated and sent on their way.



Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20178527
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1125 E STATE ST


Complainant: ERICA LOPEZ,

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and observed a van matching the 
description given bearing Ohio registration, 
GRD1115 sitting to the west of the front 
door area.

Officer found the female owner of the 
vehicle sleeping and she woke up 
appearing to be fine but tired.

She advised she does driving for people 
and was on a long trip earlier and got tired 
so she stopped to rest.

The complainant advised it was fine if she 
stayed a little longer to rest.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20178528
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Loud Explosion
2040 MONROE ST 75

Complainant: ANOLA HULL

Officer responded to the above location 
checking for the source of a loud noise that 
the complainant advised she heard. The 
complainant advised she heard a loud bang 
and checked outside but seen nothing. 
Officer checked the area and found nothing 
also.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178529
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Animal Complaint
675 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: TARA SCULLION

Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the complainant who had 
concerns over a cat being left in a truck 
parked in the area.

The complainant was concerned over it 
being cold out, food, water and where does 
it go to the bathroom at?

Officer checked the interior of the vehicle 
and found that the cat had lengthy fur, food, 
water and was using the right front 
passenger seat to go to the bathroom.

Officer left a red warning on the vehicle 
advising the owner of the complaint.

Note: The vehicle did have the drivers side 
window down slightly allowing fresh air to 
get inside.



Ptl. French




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lncident #: 20178530
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 block of PENN AVE


Officer was on routine patrol and was 
southbound in the 100blk of Penn from E. 
State St in car #6 . Officer observed two 
vehicles parked on the west side of Penn 
reverse to traffic left side to curb facing 
north bound. The vehicles were bearing 
Ohio registrations, GAX8732 and 
HEH6894.

Both owners / operators of the vehicles 
were located and the vehicles were moved 
with officer explaining the parking situation 
to them.



Ptl. French 




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Incident #: 20178531
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
HAWLEY AVE / E SIXTH ST 


Report of a vehicle parked on the street at 
the above location for several weeks. The 
vehicle was checked and the owner was not 
located. 

A warning tag was placed on the vehicle to 
have it moved.




Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20178532
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Water Line Break / Leak
STEWART AVE / W THIRD ST


Complainant: SFD

Officer responded to the above location a to 
check on the water break and was advised 
that Steve from the water department was 
there and it was going to be taken care of.

Sgt Green advised it had been reported 
earlier.

A resident had called the water department 
also direct.

Officer talked with Steve and he advised all 
was fine and they were working on it now.



Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20178533
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Civil Matter
226 VINE AVE


Officers responded to the above location 
with the owner of the apartment building. 
He advised that he was threatened by his 
current apartment manager a few days 
prior. The complainant requested a stand by 
while he retrieved the master keys from the 
manager, who he was relieving from the 
manager duties. The complainant retrieved 
the items he needed and officers cleared.



Sgt. D. Green




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lncident #: 20178534
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
1680 S LINCOLN AVE
VAR IETY / CONVENIENCE STORE


Complainant: CHARMI PATEL

Officer responded to the above location and 
me with the owner and complainant who 
advised that four male subjects unknown 
had entered the store yesterday 12-01-17 
and removed (2) bottles of wine and (1) 
bottle of Mountain Dew and left without 
paying for the items.

Video is being copied and to be sent to this 
department for review.

Also on this date they found that person(s) 
unknown had broken the hasp and lock off 
the one back door and tried to pry open the 
main back door with an unknown object. 
They also found that the one back door was 
unlocked.

Entry was gained into two of the room(s) 
which led to no where and at time of report 
nothing was found missing.

The other door was only damaged to the 
main building but entry was not gained.

lncident to be taken to the Detective Bureau 
for review.



Ptl. French




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lncident #: 20178525
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Ambulance Needed
1985 E PERSHING ST 210


Complainant: KATHY TALBOT

Complainant called for medical attention 
and advised that she lived in the 400 block 
of Franklin Ave. Officers, along with the 
Salem Fire Department First Responders 
and EMT Ambulance, responded to the 
area and attempted to locate the female. 
The female was unable to be located after 
several minutes searching the area. 

It was later learned that the female was a 
patient at a health care facility in the 1900 
block of E Pershing St.

Officers and medical personnel responded 
and it was learned that the female had 
fallen out of bed and needed help getting 
back up. She was assisted by medical 
personnel and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20178524
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1280 SOUTHEAST BLVD 52 


Complainant: TAYLOR RICKELS

Officers were dispatched to an apartment in 
the 1200 block of S E Blvd in reference to a 
dispute where the complainant wanted the 
subject removed from the residence. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that the subject 
was intoxicated and causing a disturbance. 
Officers also spoke with the subject who 
advised that she was trying to go to sleep 
but, the complainant was upset about 
something and wanted her to leave. Both 
parties were advised to stay away from 
each other for the remainder of the night to 
alleviate the situation. Officers advised the 
complainant about the residency laws in the 
State of Ohio and also informed her of the 
eviction process. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178523
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Ambulance Needed
520 E PERSHING ST

This officer was flagged down by a male 
subject who advised he needed to go to the 
hospital. 

Ambulance and First Responders were 
summoned and he was transported to 
SMRC for an unknown medical condition.



Sgt. John Scheets



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Incident #: 20178510
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Traffic Offense
NEWGARDEN AVE / ARCH ST

Police conducted a track stop at 
Newgarden Ave and Arch St. due to the 
driver known to be suspended. 

The vehicle was inventoried and towed by 
Sinsleys. 

The driver was picked up by a licensed 
subject. 

The driver was cited for DUS and then 
cleared the scene.

Cited: Jonanthan F. Butts
AGE 40
Address: 192 W. Pershing St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension




Ptl Osberg




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Incident #: 20178522
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
2229 E STATE ST


While on patrol this officer observed a 
vehicle pull up at the rear of the above 
listed location and persons exited the 
vehicle and went to the area of the 
dumpster. 

Upon making contact the subjects advised 
that they were just checking the dumpster 
for discarded items. They were advised to 
have permission from the owners of the 
property before hand.



Sgt. John Scheets



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Incident #: 20178521
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Fight
256 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONOYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a possible fight.

Upon arrival, officers made contact with 
several subjects who were being screamed 
at by another male. Officers made contact 
with the male, and after he could be calmed 
down, advised that his car was damaged by 
one of the other subjects on scene. The 
male also advised that he was pushed by 
that same male subject and that his ribs 
were hurting. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders were requested to the scene. 
After a brief investigation, officers located a 
dent on the driver's side rear quarter panel 
of the male's vehicle with a shoe print. 
Officers matched the shoe print to the male 
in question. He was subsequently arrested 
for Criminal Damaging and transported to 
the police department for processing. He 
was later transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail.



Arrested: Curtis L. Crank Jr. AGE 28
215 E 5th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Criminal Damaging (ORC 
2909.06A1)




Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178520
Date: Saturday, December 2,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
700 FRANKLIN AVE


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Franklin Ave for loud music in the are. 
Officers made contact with a resident 
playing music in a vehicle parked in a 
driveway. The music was turned down and 
the resident was advised of the noise 
ordinance. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20178519
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
975 E THIRD ST

Complainant: DAVID AUGUSTINE

Officers were dispatched to an alley in the 
900 block of E Third St, between E Third St 
and E State St, in reference to a disabled 
vehicle. 

Complainant advised that a vehicle was 
parked in the alley with it's four-way hazard 
lights on and nobody inside. 

Upon arrival, a tow truck arrived on scene 
and was removing the vehicle at owner's 
request. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178517
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
500 BL OCK OF Franklin Ave


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave in reference to a loud music 
complaint. Complainant advised that she 
could hear "creepy" Christmas music 
outside that was upsetting her young 
grandchildren.

Officers responded and located the source 
of the music, which was coming from 
Christmas decorations outside at a nearby 
residence. Officers observed the music to 
be very quiet, which was not in violation of 
the city's noise ordinance. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178516
Date: Friday, December 1, 2017
Road Rage
N LINCOLN AVE

A motorist contacted Salem PD to report 
two vehicles (a car and an SUV) entering 
the City on N Lincoln Ave, both of which 
had passed the callers vehicle. After 
officers were dispatched, the caller provided 
an updated location of N Lincoln Ave at E 
State St, and further advised that one of the 
individuals had exited his vehicle and was 
exchanging words with the driver of the 
SUV. Both drivers left the area before the 
officers arrived, but the caller maintained 
sight of the vehicles. 

The caller advised that both vehicles had 
driven to the area of Franklin St, S Lundy, 
Pershing and then Broadway, next to the 
Police Department, where the individuals in 
the car exited and went into the PD.

Officer met with the individuals in the lobby 
and they provided a photo of the license 
plate on the SUV and advised that the SUV 
had ran a red light and nearly struck them 
on the Four lane at SR45. This lead to the 
verbal confrontation at Lincoln and State, 
and the male driver of the SUV 
subsequently began chasing the individuals 
in the car until it reached Salem PD, at 
which time the individual in the SUV fled the 
area southbound prior to the individuals 
entering the police lobby. 

Officers were unable to locate the suspect 
vehicle which returned to an owner from 
outside the City. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20178515
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: SUPERCENTER, WALMART

Officers were dispatched Walmart in 
reference to a shop lifting report. Dispatch 
advised that a male, wearing a dark hooded 
sweatshirt and blue jeans, had attempted to 
take merchandise from the store without 
rendering payment. Complainant was 
requesting officers check the area for the 
male, who had left the area. 

Officers responded and checked the area 
but, were unable to locate the suspect. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178514
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Water Line Break / Leak
490 E THIRD ST

Officer on patrol observed water coming up 
from the street in the 400 block of W Third 
St. The water department was contacted 
and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 201 78513
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
911 Hang-up Call 
577 COLUMBIA ST B

Officers responded to a 91 1 hang up call at 
a residence in the 500 block of Columbia 
St. Officers made contact with a resident 
there who was trying to call for an 
ambulance but was having difficulty. 

Officers had dispatch send Salem First 
Responders and an ambulance. The 
individual was voluntarily transported by 
KLG Ambulance.



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20178512
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Speak To Officer
530 S BROADWAY AVE
NlGHT CLUB


Complainant: JOSHUA MONDAY

Officers were dispatched to a bar in the 500 
block of S Broadway Ave in order to speak 
with the complainant.

Complainant advised that he was inside the 
bar and the employees had asked him to 
leave. Complainant was upset and wanted 
officers to do something about the situation. 
Officers advised complainant that an 
establishment has the right to ask people to 
leave that are not welcome there. 

Complainant was advised not to return to 
the business and he went home. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Saturday, December 02, 2017
08:32 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178503
Date: Friday, December 1, 2017
Suspicious Veh icle
S LINCOLN AVE / AETNA ST 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle being pushed down the 
roadway by a male subject. The vehicle had 
front end damage and was smoking, 
Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the vehicle.



Ptl. M. Wirkner




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lncident #: 20178505
Date: Friday, December 1, 2017
Assist Other Agency 
1376 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers assisted the US Marshals office 
with locating a male wanted on an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. The 
individual in question was located and taken 
into custody by the US Marshal's office. 
Officers then cleared.


Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178506
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Check Well Being
646 VlNE AVE 2


Complainant: CLIFFTON THYARION
1143 W PERRY ST

The complainant advised that the mother of 
his child has been avoiding him and not 
letting him see his 3 year old daughter and 
he wanted the child's well being checked. 

Officers responded to the residence, but 
mother and child were not at home. The 
complainant was advised that officer would 
check back later and try to make contact.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20178508
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Shoplifter(s)
2203 E STATE ST

Complainant: CLERK, SHELL

Report of a shop lifter at the above location. 
Upon arrival, managerlemployee advised 
that on 11/29/17 a known male subject was 
observed on video to conceal an item on 
him and leave the store without paying for 
the item.

The manger advised that the male subject 
is not allowed back at the business again. 
This officer spoke with the male subjects 
mother who advised that her son was not at 
home and she was advised of the situation 
and what the above business advised. She 
advised that she understood and that she 
would advise her son.



Ptl Miller




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lncident #: 20178502
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment

Complainant: RICHARD PARRISH,  
LISBON, OH 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a phone harassment report. 
The complainant advised his ex was 
messaging him on facebook and wanted 
her to stop contacting him. 

Officer made contact with the female 
subject and advised her to stop all contact 
with the complainant.




Ptl. E. Perry




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**




Incident #: 20178501
Date: Friday, December 1,2017
Theft
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a theft. Upon arrival, complainant 
advised a known male subject left the store 
with items he did not pay for. The subject in 
question was located at 285 W. Pershing 
sitting on the front step. It was also found 
that the subject was not allowed to be at the 
residence where he was located due to a 
protection order in place. The subject was 
taken into custody and transported to this 
station for the booking process. While on 
station the subject advised he needed 
medical attention. The subject was 
transported to Salem ER by EMT where he 
was treated and released. Upon being 
released, the subject was transported to 
county jail.



ARAMatthew P. Soldo
AGE 37
LKA- 278 Hilltop Dr.
Lisbon Ohio 44432
Charge - Theft
Protection Order Violation




Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178499
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
352 WASHINGTON AVE


Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Washington St for a suspicious vehicle. The 
vehicle was found to be unoccupied but 
parked on the wrong side of the roadway. 
Contact was made with the owner of the 
vehicle and it was moved to be legally 
parked.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178497
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
816 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: Rebecca Palmer

Officers responded to the above location for 
a suspicious vehicle report. Complainant 
advised there was an unknown vehicle in 
her driveway. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
driver, who advised he had a flat tire and 
was waiting on his father to respond. 
Contact was made with the complainant, 
who was made aware of the issue with the 
vehicle. Complainant did advised that the 
vehicle could stay until help arrived.



Ptl. D. Young



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*



Incident #: 20178496
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: KATIE 

Officers responded to Smith Oil in regards 
to a drive off. 

Upon arrival officers were advised that the 
vehicle that stole that gasoline was a green 
in color Ford F-150. Information was 
gathered from staff and officers cleared.



Ptl. D.Miller



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lncident #: 20178494
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
B&E / Burglary In Progress
1266 CEDAR RIDGE DR D


Complainant: JOSE LALOND

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr for a burglary in progress. 
The complainant advised a male subject 
was outside the residence attempting to 
enter the front door. The male subject had 
went to the rear of the residence prior to 
officers arrival. Officers checked the area 
but were unable to locate anyone matching 
the description given. The complainant was 
advised to contact the PD if they noticed 
anyone suspicious in the area.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178493
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Traffic Offense


Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location for a turn signal 
violation. During the stop the driver did give 
consent to search the vehicle. During the 
consent search contraband was located in 
the vehicle.

The driver also voluntary admitted to having 
marijuana on his person, which was also 
recovered. The driver was given a minor 
misdemeanor citation for Possession of 
Marijuana and given a verbal warning for 
the turn signal violation.



Cited- Richard G. Frederick
AGE 50
290 W. 14th St.
Salem Ohio 44460

Charge:
Possession of Marijuana (MM)
Warning for Turn Signal



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178492
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
1094 CLEVELAND ST

Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St for a juvenile problem. The 
juvenile's mother advised that her son was 
acting out and attempting to cause self 
harm. Officers spoke with the juvenile who 
advised that he did attempt to cause himself 
harm and first responders and an 
ambulance were called to the scene.

The juvenile was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center and pinked 
slipped at the hospital for evaluation.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20178491
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Traffic Offense 
2299 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officer conducted a traffic stop for a turn 
signal violation in the area of the above 
location. 

Ptl. Larosa along with K9 Argo did 
responded and K9 Argo did indicate to the 
odor of narcotic during an open air sniff of 
the vehicle.

Officers conducted a probable cause 
search of the vehicle but where unable to 
locate anything illegal. 

The driver was given a written warning for 
the violation.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178487
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Theft
2789 E STATE ST 8


Officers responded to Cigarette World in 
regards to a theft report. 

Upon arrival Officers spoke with staff 
members on scene who witnessed the theft 
and gathered all information in regards to 
the theft itself. 

Once all information was gathered Officers 
then cleared. Investigation pending.



Ptl D. Miller



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lncident #: 20178486
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Assault
226 VlNE AVE 4


Officer responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave. to take a report of an assault. Officer 
spoke to all subjects involved and took 
photos of the minor injuries sustained. The 
matter is under investigation.




Ptl. J.Brooks



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****



Friday, December 01, 2017
08:27 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178458
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Accident With Injury
1942 MONROE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Two Vehicle Accident w/lnjury 

Unit #2, DEBORA KISNER, was traveling 
eastbound on Monroe St. Unit #1, RONALD 
SOWERS , failed to yield from a private 
drive at 1942 Monroe St and attempted to 
travel eastbound. Subsequently, unit #2 did 
strike the side of unit #1.



Sgt. K. Toy




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lncident #: 20178462
Date:Wednesday, November 29,2017
Accident Private Property
2320 E STATE ST
ARBY'S RESTAURANT


Unit 1: Driver- Kayla Beight
Owner- Patrica C. Bica


Unit 2: Driver Walter Ritchie
Owner- Same


Both Units were in the Arby's drive through. 
Unit 1 was in front of Unit 2 when it started 
to back up causing Unit 1 to strike Unit 2. 
Photos were then taken of both vehicles. 
Minor damage caused to both Units.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178478
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
W STATE 400 TO 600 BLOCK

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of drug 
paraphernalia. 

Upon arrival, officer retrieved the 
paraphernalia and properly disposed of it at 
Salem PD.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178479
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Accidental Damage
120 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: NICOLETTE JACKSON

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to an accidental damage report. 
Complainant advised that the subject was 
parked near her vehicle. The subject then 
opened his rear driver side door fast and 
struck her rear passenger side door, which 
caused a small dent. 

Complainant wanted the incident 
documented as the car she has now is a 
rental car.. Photos were taken of the small 
dent.




Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20178480
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Fraud
364 REA DR

Complainant: DARRELL BOOHER

Officer on station took a report of fraud on 
an account of the complainant. Officer will 
follow up with the companies involved and 
see if the charges originated locally. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178482
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
148 PENN AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a parking complaint. 

Upon arrival, officer was advised a vehicle 
had been parked over the allowed twenty 
minutes. Officer did confirm via security 
video that the vehicle was in violation and a 
parking ticket was issued for same.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178483
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Civil Matter
1285 BEECHWOOD RD

Complainant: GWENDILYN CHAMPLIN

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a civil matter. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised she 
allowed her ex boyfriend borrow her Xbox 
and he was refusing to give it back. I did 
speak with the male half and he stated it 
was a gift. Both sides were advised the 
situation was civil and they were advised 
their options.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178484
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Suspicious Odor
883 FRANKLIN AVE 2

Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a suspicious odor. Officer 
made contact with a resident who 
voluntarily turned over contraband. No 
charges at this time and officers cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20178485
Date: Thursday, November 30,2017
Possible Scam

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer spoke to the complainant on station 
in reference to a fraudulent check. Officer 
secured the check and advised the 
complainant officer would make sure that a 
scam from Intact Corporation Inc, was 
going around.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178463
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Ambulance Needed
568 AETNA ST 

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officer responded and assisted the Salem 
FD on a medical call in the 500 block of 
Aetna St. Officer stood by and cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178464
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Natural Gas Leak
185 W TWELFTH ST 

Complainant: ERIC WAGGONER

Officer and the Fire Department responded 
to the 100 block of W Twelfth St for a 
possible natural gas leak. The residence 
was checked and nothing was found. 

The complainant was advised to contact 
Columbia Gas if they continued to smell 
natural gas.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178465
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Domestic In Progress
2875 E STATE ST A


Officer on patrol observed 2 vehicle 
operating in a reckless manner in 
Centennial Park. Officer attempted to locate 
the vehicle and did on Cunningham Rd. 
pulling into Walmart. 

Officer found that the subjects were 
operating in a reckless manner due to them 
being involved in a domestic dispute. 
Neither reported physical violence and both 
were given verbal warnings for reckless 
operation. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178466
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Loud Music (Residence)
1621 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 1600 block of SE 
Boulevard for a loud music complaint. The 
resident advised he would turn down the 
music and officers cleared the scene 
without incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178471
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Traffic Offense
N LINCOLN AVE / E ELEVENTH

Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 1000 
block of N Lincoln Ave. The driver of the 
vehicle was found to be an elderly male that 
appeared to be having a medical issue. 

First responders and KLG were called to 
the scene. 

The male driver was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center and the family was 
notified of the situation. The vehicle was left 
legally parked in the 1000 block of N 
Lincoln Ave.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178472
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Domestic In Progress
N MADISON AVE / E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the area of N 
Madison and E State St in regards to a 
domestic in progress. 

Officers arrived on scene and located the 
male and female subject in question. 

Upon speaking to both parties it was found 
that the dispute was just verbal and nothing 
physical had occurred. Both parties advised 
that they would stay away from each other 
for the remainder of the evening.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178473
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Suspicious Person
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the area of E Third St 
and N Lincoln in regards to a suspicious 
persons report. 

The complainant advised that the male 
subject had been walking with what 
appeared to be a limp and that they were 
concerned for his well being. 

Officer arrived on scene and located the 
male subject in question, it was found that 
the male had a prosthetic leg and that he 
was okay.



Ptl C Walla




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Thursday, November 30, 2017
08:58 AM -0500



Incident #: 20178443
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017 
Received: 13:44
Criminal Trespassing
512 CHERRY ST


Complainant: MIRACLE MCGATH

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and observed vehicle matching the 
description given by the complainant parked 
on the west side of the road way across 
from the complainants address.

Ohio registration, GKF9280. Left front head 
light assembly missing appeared to have 
been wrecked.

Officer was advised by the complainant that 
two males entered the property and went 
westbound towards the old China factory 
which is located on the other side of the 
property.

Officer(s) along with K-9 Argo checked the 
area and was unable to locate any one.

Two males at another residence advised 
they seen no one but would call this 
department if they did.

Officer checked the area and found nothing.


Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20178445
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017 
Received: 15:23
Structure Fire
1000 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM
FACTORY / MILL / PLANT


Complainant: SFD, 260 S ELLSWORTH 
AVE SALEM, OH

Officers, along with the Salem Fire Dept. 
responded to the above location for a 
reported fire. 

Upon arrival, smoke could be seen coming 
from the building. The building quickly 
appeared to have become fully engulfed 
with smoke and flames. 

Officers set up a perimeter of surrounding 
streets and intersections to direct traffic and 
pedestrians away from the area. 

The fire dept. took control of the scene as 
well as called in several other area fire 
departments for assistance with the fire.




Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178446
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
1300 BLOCK OF E STATE ST


2005 CHEV 4s TEA, Driver Elizabeth 
Hoffee, Owner Steven Hoffee 

2015 BUlCK SUV  RED, Driver  / Owner 
DAWN THOMAS 



Officer was dispatched to the 1300 block of 
E. State Street for a report of a motor 
vehicle accident with no injury.

Officer responded and spoke with both 
drivers who advised of no injuries. Officer 
made contact with the driver of a Chevy 
sedan who advised that she was heading 
west bound on E. State Street just east of 
N. Union Avenue and struck the rear of a 
red Buick SUV that was in front of her. The 
driver advised she was not paying attention.

Officer spoke with the driver of the red 
Buick SUV who advised she was heading 
west on E. State Street just east of N.Union 
Avenue and the rear of her vehicle was 
struck by the front of the Chevy sedan. 
Damage to both vehicles was photographed 
and no tow truck was needed. 

The driver of the Chevy sedan was issued a 
citation for failure to maintain an assured 
clear distance ahead.


Cited: Elizabeth D. Hoffee 808 Washington 
Ave. Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 6/3/99)
ACDA


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178456
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Natural Death
940 JEFFERSON AVE


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

Officer met with EMT ambulance on 
Jefferson regarding an adult female that 
had passed away overnight.

Arraingements were made with the 
daughter and funeral home and officer 
cleared. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20178457
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Fraud
1141 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Officer took a report of a bad check that 
was cashed in this morning at the bank. A 
person of interest was arrested in Minerva 
for the same type of offense, matter under 
investigation for possible charges. 



Banar




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Incident #: 20178460
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Dog At Large
366 E SEVENTH ST


Officer responded to the 300 block of E. 
Seventh St. for a dog at large. Officer 
located the dog and was able to make 
contact with the dogs owner. The owner 
secured the dog inside the residence. The 
subject was given a verbal warning for dog 
at large.



Ptl. J.Brooks




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Incident #: 20178452
Date: Wednesday, November 29,2017
Domestic In Progress
947 W PERSHING ST


Officers responded to the 900 block of W 
Pershing St for a report of a dispute. 
Officers made contact and affirmed there 
had been a verbal dispute between the 
male and female resident. The male 
individual had allegedly made statements of 
wanting to harm himself and was voluntarily 
transported to the Hospital for evaluation. 



Sgt B Slider




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Incident #: 20178451
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017
Loud Persons
487 W SCHOOL ST


Complainant: JACLYN HARVEY

Officers responded to a duplex in the 400 
block of W School St for a noise complaint. 

The complainant advised that the upstairs 
tenant had made a bunch of noise and 
woke the complainant. The complainants 
husband then made contact with the 
upstairs tenant requesting the noise be 
reduced. The upstairs tenant allegedly 
stomped back up the steps and began 
stomping on the floor and yelling vulgarities.

Officers attempted contact with the upstairs 
tenant who initally refused to come to the 
door, but eventually did.

Officers advised the individual of the 
compalint, and the individual denited 
stomping on the floor. The individual was 
reluctant to cooperate and initally refused to 
provide identifying information. After being 
advised that obstruction charges would be 
filed, the individual did cooperate. 

Officers advised the individual that we were 
not there to cite or arrest anyone, we were 
there to seek a resolution to the noise 
complaint and ask that an effort be made to 
reduce the amount of noise in the upstairs 
apartment. 



Sgt B Slider




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lncident #: 20178450
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017
Domestic In Progress
142 W THIRD ST 

Officer was dispatched to a residence in the 
100 block of W Third St in regards to a 
domestic in progress. 

Upon arrival, officer attempted contact for 
several minutes with no answer at the door. 
The residents inside eventually came to the 
door and contact was made. Due to a 
language barrier, officer was not able to 
gain much information but, the residents 
inside advised that everything was okay 
and that there were no issues inside. 

Officer did not observe any signs of 
disturbance inside the residence. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20178448
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
2789 E STATE ST 4

Officers responded to a business in the 
2700 block of E State St where an 
employee reported that a customer had 
become irate and disorderly after the 
customers credit / debit card was declined. 
The customer had been sold the incorrect 
item on a prior visit, and therefore returned 
that item to purchase the correct item. The 
customer was not aware that the funds from 
the returned item are not immediately 
available on a credit card refund, and 
therefore the customers credit card did not 
have sufficient funds to allow the purchase 
of the new item, which resulted in the 
customer becoming irate and disorderly 
inside the business while another customer 
was present.

The employee advised that due to several 
recent incidents including the current 
complaint, the irate customer was told not 
to come back. The customer allegedly told 
the employee that he would be back. 

The employee was advised to call the 
police if the individual returns. 

Officers will attempt to contact the individual 
in the near future to advise that the 
business no longer wishes to have him on 
the premise and returning there could result 
in criminal trespass charges. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20178447
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017
Domestic In Progress
195 S UNION AVE


Complainant: AMY BLACKMER

Officers were requested to the 100 block of 
S Union Ave in reference to a domestic in 
progress. Complainant advised that she 
heard arguing coming from next door and 
that it had been going on for a while. 

Officers responded and attempted contact 
with the individuals inside for several 
minutes. Nobody answered the door and 
officers did not hear any type of disturbance 
coming from inside the residence. 

Dispatch attempted contact via public 
service with no answer. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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lncident #: 20178442
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017
Debris In Roadway
1800 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH 


Report of a lawn care company blowing 
large piles of leaves into the roadway in the 
area of the above location.

Contact was made and the problem was 
corrected.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident#: 20178440
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
1339 E TENTH ST


The complainant responded to this 
department regarding concerns with her 
cellular service. She advised that she 
changed her number back near the 
beginning of September. She stated that 
her cell phone service has already issued 
her old number to someone else. 

Some of the complainants contacts were 
unaware that she changed her number and 
attempted contacting her old number. The 
new owner of the number is reportedly very 
vulgar and the complainant is concerned 
that some friends and family still believe 
that the number belongs to her. 

Officer will attempt contact at the number to 
have the problem corrected.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178438
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017
Assist Other Agency
N ELLSWORTH AVE / W TENTH


Officer was requested to stand by at the 
above location and do traffic control while 
the Electrical Dept removed a large utility 
pole that use to hold the traffic light there 
that was removed.

Officer directed traffic until the pole was 
loaded then followed the truckltrailer to the 
electrical department for safety purposes.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178437
Date: Tuesday, November 28,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV
1219 FRANKLIN AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a disabled vehicle. Officers spoke with the 
owner of the vehicle who stated that their 
tired popped. 

At the owners request Sinsley's Towing 
responded and towed the vehicle.



Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Wednesday, November 29, 2017
08:48 AM -0500

SALEM POLICE INCIDENTS POSTED ON 
WESTERN RESERVE NEWS NOVEMBER 28, 
2017


Incident #: 20178431
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Accident With lnqury
CONTINENTAL DR / BENTLEY DR


Unit #1 2002 HOND 4s BLK, 
Driver/Owner SHARON SPACK 

Unit #2 2007 CHEV SW, Driver AUTUMN 
BYERS, Owner Candice Byers 


Police responded to a motor vehicle 
accident at Continental Dr and 
Bentley Dr. Unit #1 was southbound 
on Continental Dr when they failed 
to yield after stopping at the 
sign. Unit #2 was westbound on 
Bentley Dr when it was struck by 
Unit #1 after leaving the stop 
sign. The driver and passenger of 
Unit #2 were transported to Salem 
Hospital by KLG. The driver of Unit 
#1 refused medical treatment. Both 
vehicles were able to be driven 
from the scene.


Driver: Sharon K Spack
Address: 548 Continental Dr
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Failure To Yield At Stop 
Sign



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178432
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
530 COLUMBIA ST 

Complainant: STEVEN GOODMAN

Officers responded to the 500 block 
of Columbia St in reference to a 
report of phone harassment. 
Officers spoke with the complainant 
who advised that a female known to 
him, who had already been advised 
to cease contact with him, was 
sending text messages to him that 
were threatening. Officers obtained 
photographs of the messages and 
made contact with the subject. 

The subject was questioned about 
the incident but, she denied having 
contact with the complainant. The 
subject ended up changing her story 
a few moments later. 

This incident will be sent to the 
prosecutor's office for review on 
possible charges. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20178433
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
226 VINE AVE 3 

Officers were dispatched to the 200 
block of Vine Avenue for a dispute 
outside of an apartment building. 
Officers responded and made contact 
with a female subject who advised 
she had an argument with her 
boyfriend and that he had already 
walked away. The female subject 
stated that there was no physical 
violence. 

Officers made contact with the male 
subject a few blocks away who 
advised he had a verbal argument 
with the female subject and walked 
away to get away from the 
situation. The male subject stated 
there was no violence. 

Officers advised both subjects to 
contact the police should the need 
arise.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20178434
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Check Well Being


Police responded to the 900 block 
of Summit St to check the well 
being of a female subject. The 
father of the subject was concerned 
about messages he had recieved. 

When officers arrived contact was 
made with the subject. Officers 
spoke with the female who appeared 
to be okay. Officers then cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178435
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
100 BLOCK OF  W Fourth St.


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded and checked the 
length of East and West Fourth St 
for a possible intoxicated driver 
in a White Kia that was last known 
to be near the 100 block of W 
Fourth St. Officers did not 
encounter the vehicle and cotninued 
to check the surrounding streets 
after clearing from the call, with 
no similar vehicle being observed. 



Sgt B Slider



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Tuesday, November 28, 2017
08:58 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178427
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Abandoned I Junk MV
N LINCOLN AVE / SUPERIOR 


Report of a junk / abandon vehicle (Gray 
Plymouth Reliant HAU7620) at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the owner could not be 
located and a Red warning tag( 10 day) 
was left reference the vehicle being towed.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178429
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Suspicious Activity 
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH STREET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above location and 
the owner of the vehicle came out and 
advised he had locked his keys in the trunk 
and they had to bend the door to gain entry 
to unlock the trunk. 

Officer advised the owner that he could 
have called this department and we would 
have given assistance.

He advised that the last time the officer(s) 
told him they would only do it that time 
since it was in his drive.

Officer advised him that if in need call and 
this department would assist since now he 
had to try and bend the door back into it's 
proper position.

Nothing further needed officer cleared.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20178404
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Accident Private Property
1425 E STATE ST 

Complainant: BRANDY DEAN

Officer on patrol spoke with the complainant 
on station reference to damage done to the 
vehicle she was operating. It is unknown 
where the damage occurred and who 
caused the damage. Officer photographed 
the damage and provided the complainant 
with a report number.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20178405
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
510 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: TERESA DAWES

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave. for recovered property. 

The complainant advised officer she found 
a bag with drug paraphernalia. 

Officer brought the property back to the 
station and disposed of it.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178407
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Public Assist
1017 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: ANGELA HAMPSON, 
HANOVERTON, OH 44423

Officer(s) spoke with the complainant on 
station about a situation concerning a civil 
issue. Officers advised the complainant of 
the options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister




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Incident #: 20178408
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Suspicious Activity
900 BLOCK OF New Garden Ave

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers spoke with an individual that called 
into the station that resides in the 900 block 
of New Garden Ave.

This individual stated that for the past two 
nights (11/25/2017-11/26/2017) some one 
had knocked on their door and left. The 
caller continued to state that they believed 
there to be suspicious activity at hand. 
Officers advised said caller that extra patrol 
will be held on New Garden Ave.



-Ptl. D Miller




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Incident #: 20178412
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
DISPUTE
Salem Regional Medical Center


Complainant: SALEM ER

Officer responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for a verbal dispute. A 
patient at the hospital was having a verbal 
dispute with her daughter about an incident 
that occurred earlier in the evening. 

The daughter was advised that she would 
need to keep the noise level down or she 
would be removed from the hospital.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178413
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Traffic Offense 
673 E SIXTH ST 


While on routine patrol, officers did 
observed a black in color Ford Fusion 
bearing OH: GSU5278 sitting stationary in 
the alleyway between E Third Street and 
Second. After running the plate on the 
vehicle it was discovered that the vehicle's 
plates a confiscation order. 

At this point, officers made contact with the 
registered owner at their home and were 
advised of the order. Once the owner was 
advised, officers then removed the plates 
off of the vehicle and confiscated them. 
Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller




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Incident #: 20178414
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment
366 PENN AVE 10


Complainant: JOHN BRIDGES

Officers responded to the 300 block of Penn 
Ave. in regards to a harassment report. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke to the complaint 
and gathered his statement in regards to 
what was taking place and what they 
wanted done.

Officers then spoke with the other party 
involved in the incident later on in the day.


-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20178415
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Assist Other Agency
1074 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: PERRY, TWP 

Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St to assist another agency in 
locating a male subject. Officer made 
contact with the residents at the address 
but they advised that the male subject that 
officers were attempting to contact no 
longer lives there.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178416
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Drug Paraphernalia
500 BLOCK OF Franklin Ave


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave for an equipment violation. 
During the stop the driver did give consent 
to search the vehicle. 

During the consent search contraband was 
located in the vehicle. The driver was given 
a minor misdemeanor citation for 
Possession of Marijuana.



Cited: Carly M Williams
AGE 21
Address: 1129 W Perry St Apt 201
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)




Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178417
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Person Down 


While on patrol officer was flagged down by 
a complainant regarding a man down under 
the overpass on W State St. Officers did 
check under the bridge and did locate the 
sleeping male. The male advised that he 
was having trouble finding a place to stay 
that evening. 

Officers were able to find the male a place 
to sleep for the night and the male was 
given transport to that location.



Ptl D Beeson




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lncident #: 20178420
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
WASHINGTON AVE / OAK ST


Officers responded to the above location to 
assist the Street Department to move 
vehicles from the roadway for paving. Prior 
to Officers arrival the vehicles were already 
moved.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20178423
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Pink Ticket / Red Warning Issued
1311 S LINCOLN AVE 


Officers observed a vehicle at the above 
location that appears to be abandoned and 
has expired registration .

Officers placed a red warning notice on the 
vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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lncident #: 20178424
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
a younger male operator with an older male 
passenger in a cherry red older model Ford 
F-150 had pumped $30.14 worth of 
unleaded gasoline @ a price of $2.2719 per 
gallon from pump #11 then left west bound 
out of the lot on E. State St with out paying.

Officer had come from the Brown Strotter 
Ave area and did not see any vehicle 
matching the description given.

This report number was given to the 
complainant.



Ptl. French




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Incident #: 20178425
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Speak To Off icer


Complainant: SCOT LAUGHLIN

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with a male complainant about items 
that his wife was giving away without his 
knowledge. 

Officers advised the complainant it was a 
civil matter and he would have to contact a 
lawyer about the matter.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178427
Date: Monday, November 27,2017
Abandoned / Junk MV 
N LINCOLN AVE / SUPERIOR ST


Report of a junk / abandon vehicle (Gray 
Plymouth Reliant HAU7620) at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the owner could not be 
located and a Red warning tag( 10 day) 
was left reference the vehicle being towed.



Ptl Miller




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Monday, November 27, 2017
08:17 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178393
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Dog At Large
400 BLOCK OF Aenta 

Complainant:ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the 400 block of Aenta 
for a dog at large. Officer was able to locate 
the dog. Officer did notice the dog was 
dragging a leash, but was not able to catch 
it.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20178394
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Reckless Operator
120 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant:ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a reckless operator. The 
officer checked the area but was unable to 
locate the vehicle with the description given.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178395
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Civil Matter

Complainant:ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a civil matter. The 
complainant advised she sold an item 
through social media and had never 
received the money for it. The complainant 
was advised that it was a civil matter and 
would need to take it through civil court.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178396
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Loud Persons
375 E FIFTH ST 2W


Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fifth St for a loud person complaint. The 
male subject advised he was headed to bed 
and would keep the noise level down.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178397
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Traffic Offense
185 E STATE ST


Officers initiated a traffic stop on E State St 
near S Ellsworth Ave with a black Pontiac. 
The driver of the vehicle was found to have 
a suspended driver license. 

Ptl. Garber deployed K9 Simon to do an 
open air sniff of the vehicle and he did not 
indicate to the odor of narcotics. 

The driver was issued a citation for driving 
under suspension and the vehicle was left 
legally parked on the roadway.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20178398
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Domestic In Progress
207 JENNlNGS AVE 


Complainant:CHRISTINA TODD

Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Jennings Ave in regards to a domestic in 
progress. 

The female complainant advised that she 
had received pictures of her 5 year old son 
and advised that it looked like someone had 
hit him. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
juvenile and mother, upon speaking to the 
juvenile officer did observe fresh bruising, 
swelling and a bloody lip.

It was then found that the juveniles father, 
William P Aldrich had hit the five year old in 
the face with an open palm, grabbed the 
back of the neck of the juvenile to the point 
where there was bruising and redness 
because the five year old was on the phone 
when he was not supposed to be.

Officers subsequently placed William 
Aldrich in custody for domestic violence and 
was transported to the Salem Police 
Department for booking and processing, he 
was then transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail.

Salem FD and EMT Ambulance responded 
to the scene as well, the juvenile was then 
transported to the Salem Regional Hospital.

Officers spoke to a Columbiana County 
Prosecutor on call as well as Columbiana 
County Children Services, who advised that 
additional Felony Charges may be pursued 
through the juvenile court.

Officer did obtain photographs of the 
juveniles injuries.



Arrested: William P Aldrich
AGE 32
Address: 207 Jennings Ave. Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (M1)



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20178399
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
E PERSHING 600 BLOCK

Complainant:ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
Pershing St for a dispute involving a large 
group of intoxicated subjects.

The female subject advised she was kicked 
out of the business for an unknown reason 
and she became upset.

Several other subjects advised that nothing 
physical had occurred just a verbal 
argument between several subjects. All 
subjects were advised to go home for the 
evening.




Ptl. E. Perry




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Incident #: 20178400
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
B&E / Burglarv In Progress
354 E THIRD ST


Complainant:REBECCA HARTLEY

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Third St in regards to a breaking entering in 
progress report. Officers arrived on scene 
and made contact with the homeowner who 
advised that someone had been trying to 
get into her residence through her front 
door. 

Officers did not observe any signs of 
attempted forced entry and checked the 
area but were unable to locate any persons.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20178403
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Theft
293 N UNION AVE

Complainant:SCOT LAUGHLIN

Officers responded to the 200 block of 
North Union for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the complainant. Th 
ecomplainant stated that someone had 
removed two long guns from the residence 
without his permission. Officers advised the 
complainant of the options for dealing with 
the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20178402
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Drug Paraphernalia


Complainant:ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officers responded to the 200 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. for a report of a syringe 
laying near the sidewalk in front of the 
Emmanuel Lutheran Church. 

Upon arrival, two officers walked the area 
for several minutes and checked both sides 
of the road and found no syringe. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178401
Date: Sunday, November 26,2017
Check Well Being
922 FAIR AVE


Complainant:RICHARD COLON

Officers responded to 922 Fair Ave. to 
check the well being of the elderly resident. 
The complainant, a newspaper carrier 
reported several newspapers have not been 
picked up by the residence the last few 
days.

The complainant also advised that an outer 
window pain on the front of the house was 
broken also. 

Upon arrival, officers attempted contact with 
the female resident but nobody answered 
the door. Officers did observe the broken 
window and photographed it. Officers spoke 
with two different neighbors who advised 
that the residence still drives and has a 
vehicle. Officers were able to see in the 
garage and there were no vehicles inside. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Sunday, November 26, 2017
08:50 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178392
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Distraught / Upset Person


While speaking to a complainant at the PD 
the complainant became distraught and 
starting hitting herself in the head, ran out of 
the PD into traffic and made several 
comments about not wanting to live. FD 
And EMT responded. The female subject 
was transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT.


Ptl. J. Brooks



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Incident #: 20178391
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
B&E / Burglary Reported
423 S LUNDY AVE A
GROCERY

Complainant: KEVIN HILL

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
South Lundy for a report of a breaking and 
entering. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant (manager) The complainant 
stated that two unknown persons had 
entered the store after business hours 
through a outside entrance. 

Officers will review the stores video in a 
attempt to identify the persons in question. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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l ncident #: 20178390
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Civil Matter 


Complainant: AMBER MILLHORN

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she has a 
protection order against her and needs to 
get her property from the subject who has 
the protection order on her. 

Officer read the protection order and 
advised the complainant what she needed 
to do to get her things.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20178388
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Civil Matter
602 CEDAR ST


Complainant: KIMBERLY LAVERN

Officer(s) responded to the 600 block of 
Cedar St for a reported speak with officer. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant about the issue. After speaking 
with the complainant officers advised her 
that the issue was civil in nature. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20178386
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Loud Music From MV
464 S UNION AVE


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of loud 
music. Upon arrival, officers located a male 
sleeping in the vehicle listening to music. 
Officers woke the male and he went into his 
residence.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178375
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
2200 MERLE RD A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officers located the vehicle in 
question leaving the parking lot. Officers 
made contact and the driver and a female in 
the passenger seat. They stated they 
stopped in the parking lot to talk. Officers 
advised them to leave the area.


Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20178374
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
553 E FOURTH ST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious vehicle. Upon 
arrival, officers located the vehicle and 
made contact with the driver. The driver 
stated he was waiting for his girlfriend who 
lives at the Smith Center.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178373
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
SuspiciousV ehicle
589 E THIRD ST


Officer on patrol observed a vehicle in an 
area where officers just recovered a large 
amount of narcotics / paraphernalia. One 
occupant was observed to be a person of 
interest in that case and the registered 
owner of the vehicle was not a valid driver 
when checking the registration. 

Officer made contact with the occupants 
and when trying to speak with the 
occupants they became obstructive and 
had to be detained for safety during a 
probable cause search. The subjects 
involved were not arrested and advised if 
they persisted in their behavior in the future 
they would be charged. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20178372
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Possible Scam
1396 S LINCOLN AVE 4


Complainant: MAXINE MASON

Officer spoke to the complainant on station 
reference to a complaint of a scam. Officer 
informed the subject to not give any 
information over the phone to which she 
was already aware, but wanted to make 
sure others were aware of the possible 
scam. The complainant advised that "Police 
Support Alliance" was trying to solicit 
money from her and when she tried to call 
back it was not a valid number. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178371
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Runaway / Missing 
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E. 
State St. for a runaway juvenile. Upon 
officers arriving the juvenile had returned 
home. The complainant advised officers 
that the juvenile hit her. 

After futher investigation the juvenile was 
arrested for the assault and after being 
processed was taken to Tobin Center.



Ptl. J. Brooks



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lncident #: 20178370
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Possible Shots Fired
HAWLEY AVE / E THIRD ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the area of Hawley 
Ave. and E. Third St. for a report of possible 
shots fired.

 Officers checked the area and made 
contact with several residents but was not 
able to locate anyone, or where the shots 
came from.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178369
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Person To Be Removed
579 E THIRD ST 1/2

Complainant: JOHN LaFLEME

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
3rd St. for a report of a person to be 
removed. Officers arrived and were met by 
the complaint / resident and taken inside to 
the subject to be removed. Narcotics / ldrug 
paraphernalia was seen in plain view and 
inside the residence all subjects were 
identified and a search revealed a large 
amount of drug paraphernalia and some 
suspected narcotics. One person was taken 
in to custody on scene and additional 
charges are pending investigation / 
laboratory testing. Officers cleared without 
incident.

Arrested: Hope M. Steed, AGE 19, of 
LKA:189 1/2 E 3rd St. Salem Oh
Charge: Drug Para. M4



Ptl. M. Garber




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lncident #: 20178366
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Open Burning
291 N MADISON AVE


While on patrol officer noticed an excessive 
amount of smoke coming from the rear of a 
residence. After further investigation officer 
located two fires at separate residents that 
were being watched by the same subject. 
Officer and FD advised the male subject 
that the one fire did not meet city code and 
that he could not leave the other fire 
unattended. Both fires were put out. 

The male subject was given verbal 
warnings for both offences.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20178367
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Criminal Damage To MV

Complainant: CRYSTAL KORNBAU

On 11/24/2017 Officers took a report of 
criminal damaging regarding a motor 
vehicle at the Police Station.

Officers spoke with the victim's mother in 
regards to the motor vehicle, gathered 
information, and started a report.

Once this was done the complainant then 
left the station and investigation will be 
pending.



Pt1.D Miller



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Incident #: 20178385
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Intoxicated Person
496 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: ERICA RAYMOND

Officers responded to the 400 block of E 
State St in regards to a intoxicated person. 
The complainant advised that a customer at 
the business refused to pay for his food and 
then made comments of having a firearm.

Officers arrived on scene and located the 
male subject, Robert L Culp inside of the 
business. It was then found that Mr Culp 
was highly intoxicated urinated on himself 
and on the floor of the business, and threw 
a cup of coffee on the business floor. 

Mr Culp was subsequently placed in 
custody for disorderly conduct- public 
intoxication. The male was then directly 
transported directly to Columbiana County 
Jail due to the fact that he was covered in 
urine.


Arrested: Robert Lee Culp
AGE 27
Address: 348 W 7th Street, Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct- Public 
Intoxication (ORC 2917.1181) (M4)



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20178383
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Ambulance Needed
565 FRANKLIN ST D

Complainant: JOHN MOHR

Officer responded to the above location for 
an ambulance needed. Complainant 
advised his father was having chest pains. 
The father was transported to Salem ER for 
medical evaluation by KLG.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20178382
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: LISBON PD

ARA STUART A WARD, 220 MOORE 
ROAD AVON LAKE, OH 44012

Officer assisted Lisbon PD with an OVI test 
at the police station.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20178381
Date: Saturday, November 25,2017
Fight 
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NlGHT CLUB

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the Powerhouse Cafe 
for a report of a fight.

Officers arrived and located several 
subjects outside who had been involved in 
an altercation. The subjects advised they 
were leaving and no one wished to pursue 
the matter further and no physical injuries 
were observed. The subjects were given 
disorderly conduct warnings and officers 
cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178380
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Assist Perry Police
1750 HARRISON AVE

Officer responded to the 1700 block of 
Harrison Ave to assist Perry Township PD 
on a domestic. Officer assisted and cleared 
when no longed needed.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20178379
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Traffic Offense
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH ST


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for 
multiple moving violations on N. Lincoln 
Ave. in the 500 block. The driver was 
driving in violation of restrictions and the 
vehicles occupants were all juveniles. 

The parents were called and responded to 
pick up all juveniles involved except the 
driver who was valid and able to drive. 
Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178378
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
490 E EUCLID ST


Officers responded to the 400 block of E 
Euclid St. in regards to a property dispute. 

Upon arrival Officers stood by until the 
issue was cleared up between the two 
parties involved. Once every thing was 
taken care of and both parties were 
satisfied Officers cleared.



-Ptl D. Miller



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lncident #: 20178376
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Loud Persons
280 W THIRTEENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT

Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
Thirteenth St in regards to a loud persons 
complaint. Officers arrived on scene and 
made contact with the male resident, he 
advised that two friends had just left the 
residence and were probably being loud. 
He advised that he would keep it quiet the 
remainder of the evening.



Ptl C Walla



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Saturday, November 25, 2017
07:02 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178354
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Reckless Operator
300 BLOCK OF S ELLSWORTH


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLEER

While on patrol officers were flagged down 
by a motorist and advised of a vehicle being 
operated in a reckless manner in the 300 
block of South Ellsworth. Officers checked 
the area and were unable to locate the 
vehicle in question. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister 



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Incident #: 20178355
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Check Well Being
2401 E STATE ST A 
GROCERY


Complainant: MELVIN LIPPIAIT

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a well being check. 
Complainant advised an older male and 
younger female appeared to be living in a 
vehicle. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised the vehicle was last seen 
eastbound on SR14. Officers checked but 
were unsuccessful with locating it.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20178359
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Accident No In jury Reported
E STATE ST / OHlO AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Unit # 1 / owner / Richard Menning
driver / Bonnie Menning
vehicle / 2004 Chevy

Unit # 2 / owner / John Albaneso
driver / unknown
vehicle / 1997 Ford


Officer(s) responded to the area of East 
State St and Ohio for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been sitting on Ohio 
Ave at the traffic signal facing north when 
the driver backed up and struck unit # 2. 
Unit # 2 had been pulling out a private drive 
when it was struck by unit # 1. Officers were 
unable to speak with the driver of unit #2 as 
they had left the area prior to officers 
arriving on scene. 

There were no reported injuries and no 
citations were issued.




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lncident #: 20178360
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
343 E SEVENTH ST


Complainant: JOSEPH LONG

Reporting officer spoke to the complainant 
regarding property at another residence on 
New Garden Ave that his ex-girlfriend will 
not return to him. 

The complainant was advised of his options 
as well as the ex-girl friend who reporting 
officer spoke to on the phone.



Lt. David L. Casto




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lncident #: 20178362
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
776 N ELLSWORTH AVE 


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of lines 
down. Upon arrival, Salem FD was on 
scene and addressed the issue.



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 20178365
Date: Friday, November 24,2017
Civil Matter
584 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: CHELSEA MCGUIRE

Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer in regards to a civil matter. The 
complainant advised she moved out of a 
residence approximately three weeks ago 
and now the other tenant is refusing to 
return her property.

Officer explained the matter was civil and 
she was explained her options in pursuing 
the matter.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20178333
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
605 S ELLSWORTH AVE A

Officer responded to the area of American 
Standard on Newgarden Ave. for a report of 
a Chevy Cobalt operating recklessly. Upon 
arrival, officer checked the area and was 
unable to locate any vehicles matching the 
description.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178344
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Speak To Officer
1125 E STATE ST
CONVENlENCE STORE 


Complainant requested to speak with an 
officer at the above location in reference to 
possible drug activity. Officer gathered the 
necessary information and forwarded it to 
the drug task force officer. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran


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lncident #: 20178345
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Assist Perrv Police
943 W WILSON ST

This officer responded to the above address 
reference living conditions at the request of 
Perry Twp. P.D. 

Upon arrival, negative contact at the 
address and officers while check back later 
in the evening. The juvenile that lives at the 
above address was on station and she was 
transported back to the address were 
officers spoke with her mother and father 
about the living conditions. They did leave 
and stay with a family do to the living 
conditions.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178346
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
187 S BROADWAY AVE 

Report of a male subject with a warrant out 
of Columbia County hiding in the parking lot 
of the above address.

The male subject was found not to be there 
and he was located at 943 W.Wilson Apt. A. 
see report #20178345.

The warrant was confirmed and the male 
subject was placed into custody and 
transported to this department.

The male subject was processed and 
released to the C.C.S.O.


Arrested: Dale L. Knag (D.O.B. 09/29/80) 
Warrant Failure to Appear
943 W.Wilson Ave. Apt. A Salem OH. 
44460



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20178348
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Reckless Operator
N LINCOLN AVE / E STATE S ST

Officer was dispatched to the area of 
Lincoln Avenue and E. State Street for a 
report of a speeding reckless driver in a 
dark Dodge truck. 

Officer responded to the area and was 
advised the vehicle was at a business in the 
1100 block of E. State Street. Officer made 
contact with the driver/owner of the truck 
and he was advised of the complaint. The 
driver denied the allegations.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178349
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Theft
 273 W FOURTEENTH ST 


Police responded to the 200 block of W. 
14th St in reference an earlier incident 
(#20178342). Police investigated a pending 
theft charge of a stolen check. After Police 
received a written statement the scene was 
cleared. 

The suspect, Kathryn A. Sims was served a 
felony theft charge at the Colunbiana 
County Jail relating to the stolen check.


Arrestee:
Kathryn A. Sims
AGE 28
273 W. 14th St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Theft (F-5)



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20178350
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Suspicious Activity
421 SHARP AVE


Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Sharp Avenue for a report of two suspicious 
males outside of a residence where the 
home owner was not present. Officers 
responded and made contact with two 
males behind the residence. One male 
subject stated that he has been staying at 
the residence for several weeks and has a 
key to the residence, but the home owner 
locked the dead bolt which he did not have 
a key for. 

Contact was made with the female home 
owner who advised that the subject has 
been staying there for three weeks and 
acknowledged he had a key. The female 
stated she told the subject he could stay 
there until he found a place to live, but did 
not want him there any more. The female 
was advised her options and the subject 
ended up gaining access to the house.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20178351
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Civil Matter 
2083 EDGEWOOD DR


Complainant: MARCIE ZAMARELLI

Officer met with a female complainant on 
station from the 2000 block of Edgewood 
Drive who wished to file a report over a 
custody issue. The complainant advised 
that her ex-husband was supposed to bring 
her daughter back to her residence by 
9:00pm, but failed to do so. The 
complainant advised she had to pick her 
daughter up after 9:00pm from another 
house. 

The complainant advised she wished for a 
report to be filed for documentation.



Ptl. C. Crider 




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Incident #: 20178352
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
1892 E STATE ST

Officer responded to the parking lot of 
McDonalds located at 1892 E. State St. for 
a report of a suspicious vehicle reported to 
have been parked occupied for approx. a 
half hour. Upon arrival, contact was made 
with a male and female subject in the 
vehicle who advised that they were just 
talking. They were identified and sent on 
their way.

Officer cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Friday, November 24, 2017
09:25 AM -0500

Incident #: 20178334
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Medical Problem / Assist 
785 E STATE ST A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


This officer responded to the above address 
to pick up personal belongings of a male 
subject that was transported to the Salem 
E.R. The belongings that were left at the 
above address were given to the Salem 
F.D. at the E.R.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20178336
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Speak To Officer
284 E FOURTH ST 1 W


Complainant: LANA BILLITER

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant about their 
neighbor. Officers spoke with a male 
subject who denied even speaking with the 
complainant.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Incident #: 20178338
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Theft
687 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: MICHAEL FAY

Officers responded to the above location for 
a theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated an unknown 
subject(s) went into their unlocked garage 
and took multiple items sometime in the last 
two weeks.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20178339
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
828 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above noted 
location regarding kittens in a cage. Contact 
was attempted at the door, but no one was 
home. Three trapping cages were located in 
the back yard. Two containing small cats 
and one with a raccoon. Unknown at the 
time of report if the homeowner was trying 
to relocate the raccoon and trapped the two 
cats by mistake. Contact will be attempted 
later in the evening.



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Incident #: 20178340
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV 
E STATE ST / ROSE AVE


While on patrol, officer observed a disabled 
vehicle on E. State St. at Rose Ave. 

Sinsley's towing was contacted and 
responded to remove the vehicle from the 
roadway.



Sgt. D. Green




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Incident #: 20178324
Date:Wednesday, November 22,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
JENNINGS AVE / W SECOND ST 


Unit 1- Operator - Christopher Mathney - 
Owner INC PAM TRANSPORT


TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

Officers were dispatched to the intersection 
of Jennings Ave and W Second St in 
reference to a traffic accident involving a 
tractor trailer. 

Dispatch advised that the truck had taken 
out some utility lines and was travelling east 
bound on W Second St. 

Upon arrival, the truck was found back at 
the intersection of Jennings Ave and W 
Second St. The truck was travelling north 
bound on Jennings Ave and made a right 
turn, east bound, onto W Second St.

During the right turn, the truck had struck a 
stop sign, a no parking sign, a fire hydrant, 
and had taken out utility lines before striking 
a telephone pole. The truck sustained 
functional damage to the trailer and 
punctured a rear right tire. 

The Salem Fire Department was also on 
scene and remained until Ohio Edison 
responded. The driver was cited with 
Reasonable Control (Salem ORD 331.34).


Cited: Christopher L. Matheny AGE 26
99 Bean Rd Lot 26
The Plains, OH 45780
Charge: Reasonable Control (Salem ORD 
331.34)




Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20178332
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Disorderly / Irate Person
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: HEATHER GODWIN

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
S. Broadway Avenue for an intoxicated 
disorderly male subject.

Officers responded and met with the male 
subject in question and he was found to be 
intoxicated. The subject advised of an 
argument inside of a bar and advised he hit 
his own head off of a door. 

Contact was made with the complainant 
who advised the subject was yelling and 
also pounding on doors to the bar. The 
complainant advised she wanted the male 
to leave the area.



Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20178331
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Misc / Unknown Problem
509 COLUMBIA ST B


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Columbia Street for an unknown problem 
with a language barrier with the 
complainant. Officers responded and 
located a male subject who could only 
advise officers that he heard yelling and 
pointed to the downstairs apartment. 

Officers made contact with a female subject 
in the downstairs apartment who advised of 
no problems and no problems were 
observed by officers.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20178330
Date: Thursday, November 23,2017
Assist Perry Police
410 BENTON RD 3

Officer was requested to respond to 410 
Benton Rd. Apt.#3 to stand-by with a Perry 
Twp. Police Dept. officer while he attempted 
to serve an arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana Sheriffs Dept. 

Upon arrival, the Perry Twp. officer made 
contact with the male subject and placed 
him into custody without incident. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20178329
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Intoxicated Driver
S ELLSWORTH AVE / FRANKLIN STREET


Officer stopped a vehicle just outside the 
city on Depot Rd for a marked lanes 
violation that was observed inside the city 
limits. The vehicle was travelling south 
bound on S Ellsworth Ave and had crossed 
into the north bound lane four times. A 
traffic stop was inititated and the vehicle 
came to a complete stop in the parking lot 
of Ohio Edison. Subsequent to the 
investigation, the driver was taken into 
custody for Operating a Vehicle Under the 
Influence of Alcohol and was transported to 
the police department for processing. 

The Perry Township Police Department was 
also on scene and stood by with the vehicle 
for towing. 

Davidson's Towing responded and towed 
the vehicle from the scene.



Arrested: Ryan Lee Bryer AGE 31
6434 Votaw Drive
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charges: OVI (ORC 4511.19Al a), Marked 
Lanes (ORC 4511.33A1)



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20178328
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A

Private Property No OH-1

Police responded to Walmart parking lot for 
a two vehicle motor vehicle accident. Unit 
#1 was traveling through the parking lot 
when it side swiped Unit #2 traveling the 
same direction. The front passenger corner 
of Unit #1 struck the rear driver side of Unit 
#2 causing minor damage. 

Neither driver needed medical attention. 
Both vehicles were able to be driven away 
from the scene.


Unit#l Operator: Anita L. Cusick, 7231 
Spillway Rd., Lisbon, OH - Owner: William 
P. Cusick

Unit#2 Operator:Owner: George A. 
Summers, Lisbon, OH



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178327
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Traffic Offense
100 BLOCK OF W. Pershing St


Officer initiated a traffic stop with a black 
Jeep in the 100 block of W. Pershing St. for 
an equipment violation (No headlights). 

During investigation of the stop, officer 
detected the odor of marijuana and 
conducted a search of the vehicle. During 
the search, officer located a small baggy of 
suspected marijuana underneath the driver 
seat as well as located zig zag rolling 
papers near the center console. The male 
driver and front seat male passenger were 
found to be 17 and 16 years of age. They 
were allowed to park the vehicle in the back 
police dept. lot since the stop was near the 
police dept. 

While at the police dept. the juveniles 
contacted their parents who responded to 
the police department to come get them. 
The juveniles were released to their 
respective parents and they were advised 
that possession of marijuana charges will 
be filed against both of the in the 
Columbiana County Juvenile court by this 
departments juvenile officer. A verbal 
warning was issued for the equipment 
violation.


Arrestees:
(JUVENILE)
DOB: 2/2/2000
38401 Adams Rd.
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charge: Possession of Marijuana 1 
Delinquency


(JUVENILE)
DOB: 4/7/2001
252 W. Washington St.
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charges: Possession of Marijuana / 
Delinquency



Ptl. B. Smith




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Incident #: 20178326
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
733 NEWGARDEN AVE

Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Newgarden Ave in order to serve a male 
with an arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office. Officers 
made contact with the male, who was 
subsequently taken into custody for the 
warrant. 

The male was transported to the police 
department for processing and later 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail. 
Officers cleared.


Arrested: John 1. Hamilton AGE 30
733 Newgarden Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant


Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20178325
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Suspicious Vehicle 
292 W STATE ST B


Police responded to Stadium GMC for an 
unsecured vehicle. The vehicle was running 
with the door left open.

The vehicle was secured and the key was 
put in the drop box.



Ptl Osberg



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Thursday, November 23, 2017
08:48 AM -0500

lncident #: 20178316
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Traffic Signal Malfunction
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING


Report of the traffic lights at the above 
noted intersection not cycling properly. 
Officer responded and monitored each 
direction and they were working fine.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178317
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Phone Or Internet Harassment 
790 PROSPECT ST


Complainant: Sharon Egan

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she received two automated phone 
messages claiming to be from the IRS. 
Officer listened to the messages and 
advised the complainant to disregard them 
because they were a scam.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178318
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Criminal Damage To MV
606 E SEVENTH ST


Complainant: KERRY SMOLIRA

The complainant responded to this 
department to report that he and his father's 
vehicles were egged while parked outside 
of their residence.

 The complainant advised that he cleaned 
off'his father's car and didn't observe any 
damage. He stated that he was taking his 
vehicle to clean the egg off, but doesn't 
believe it has any damage either. He 
wanted the incident documented, in case 
other vehicles in the neighborhood were 
struck as well.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178319
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Assist Sheriffs Dept
998 JONES DR SALEM


Complainant: CCSO, STEVE

The Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Department requested officers check the 
above address. They were looking for a 
male individual that was involved in an 
incident within their jurisdiction. The 
individual was located and briefly detained. 
A CCSO deputy arrived a short time later to 
speak with him and officers cleared.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20178320
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Menacing / Threats
737 N ELLSWORTH AVE 1/2 


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant. She advised 
that she was walking on N. Ellsworth Ave. 
and she observed a male individual known 
to her walking his dog. The complainant 
advised that a few months prior, she kicked 
the individual out of her residence. She 
stated today, while she was walking on the 
opposite side of the street, the individual 
told his dog to attack her. She advised that 
the dog didn't do anything, but she didn't 
feel that was right. 

Officer will speak to the individual about the 
incident.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20178322
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: DAWN HINKLE

Officer spoke with the complainant via the 
telephone in reference to a gas drive-off. It 
was advised that an unknown subject 
pumped $24.98 worth of gas and then left 
the area without paying for it. 

Officers checked the area for the Red 4DR 
truck in question but was unable to locate it.



Ptl. S. LaRosa




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lncident #: 20178323
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Open Burning
184 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: TRAVIS KURRY


Police responded to the 100 block of E. 5th 
St for an open burning complaint. When 
officers arrived the fire was in a contained 
pit burning wood.

 The fire was within the city ordnance and 
not in violation. Officers cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20178307
Date: Tuesday, November 21,2017
Domestic In Progress
615 DEMING ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Deming St. for a report of a domestic 
dispute in progress. After investigation the 
male half involved was arrested and 
transported to County jail.


Arrested: John. M. Poling
AGE 38
Offense: Domestic Violence ORC 2919.25A



Ptl Brooks




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Incident #: 20178308
Date: Tuesday, November 21,2017
Ambulance Needed
852 AETNA ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 11/21/2017 Officers responded to the 
800 block of Aetna Street in regards to a 
suicidal female. 

Upon emergency services arrival, the 
female subject in question was treated by 
Salem FD and emergency medical services 
while officers stood by for safety. 

After the female subject in question was 
evaluated by FD and emergency services 
she was transported to Salem Regional 
Medical Center to be treated. Officer did 
respond to the hospital and did complete a 
pink slip.



Ptl D Miller



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Incident #: 20178310
Date: Tuesday, November 21,20l7
Dirtbike / ATV In Roadway
1095 NEWGARDEN AVE 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a dirt bike in the parking 
lot to the church. The complainant advised 
the subject was riding through the lot while 
people were attempting to enter the church 
for service. Officers checked the area but 
was unable to locate the subject.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178311
Date: Tuesday, November 21,2017
Traffic Offense
606 OLIVE ST

Officers initiated a traffic stop in the 600 
block of Olive St. The driver and passenger 
attempted to exit the vehicle during the 
traffic stop and both subjects then advised 
to exit the vehicle. 

Officers did pat down both subjects for 
weapons and the driver gave officers 
consent to search the vehicle. An item was 
located inside the vehicle that was found to 
belong to the driver for prescription 
purposes. 

The driver was issued a warning and 
officers cleared the scene without incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20178313
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Intoxicated Person
496 S BROADWAY AVE


While on patrol in the area of the above 
location, officer observed a male subject 
stumbling on the sidewalk causing a health 
risk to himself. 

Officer made contact with the subject, and 
did smelled a very strong odor of an 
alcoholic beverage coming from the subject. 
The subject also admitted to being 
involuntary intoxicated. 

The subject was taken into custody and 
transported to this station for the booking 
process, and later transported to county jail 
by this officer.


ARAJames
E. Burkholder
AGE 53
LKA- 756 E. 3rd St.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Disorderly Conduct-Public 
Intoxication



Ptl. D. Young




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Incident #: 20178314
Date: Wednesday, November 22,2017
Suspicious Vehicle
JENNINGS AVE / W EIGHTH ST


Complainant: WANDABOUSEL

Officers responded to the area of W Eighth 
St and Jennings Ave in regards to a 
suspicious persons report. 

The complainant advised that there had 
been multiple juveniles that had been 
throwing eggs at a newspaper carrier.

Officers arrived on scene and checked the 
area but were unable to locate any subjects 
matching the description.



Ptl C Walla




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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 AV