- Linda K. Powell, 64, of 185 E. Fifth St., was charged with domestic violence after her sister, who resides at the same residence, came to the police station at 12:59 p.m. Tuesday to report being assaulted by her at their residence. She said they got into an argument over family matters and alleged that Powell shoved her to the floor. She had visible injuries to her nose where her glasses were shoved into her face and injuries to her knees. Officers responded to the residence on East Fifth Street and arrested Powell. She was taken to the Columbiana County jail pending an appearance in county Municipal Court.
- An officer responded at 11:17 a.m. Tuesday to the 600 block of Sharp Avenue to speak with a person about family issues.
- Police responded, along with firefighter first responders and KLG, to a medical call at 4:46 a.m. Tuesday on Monroe Avenue. Officers stood by while the fire department gained entry to the apartment. The male resident had fallen in the bedroom and was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center by KLG Ambulance.
- An officer on patrol at 1:17 a.m. Tuesday saw a man standing near the door of Quaker Village, 201 S. Lincoln Ave., which was closed. The officer learned the man was just waiting for a ride.
- An intoxicated person was reported in the area of Walmart, 2875 E. State St., at 11:45 p.m. Monday. The person was found in the area, but was not intoxicated and was just waiting for a friend.
- A suspicious vehicle was reported at 11:18 p.m. Monday in the 1000 block of North Lincoln Avenue, but was not found.
- Two men in the 100 block of East Third Street contacted police at 10:07 p.m. Monday regarding telecommunications harassment. They showed officers text messages sent to them from another male who was threatening them. They were told to stop all communications with the other person and he was contacted on South Lundy Avenue and also told to stop all communications.
- A woman in the 900 block of West Pershing Street called at 9:59 p.m. Tuesday to report she returned home and found the front door open. The door had been shut and locked before she left. No items were missing or appeared disturbed. A chip of paint was knocked off the door frame.
- A woman on Aetna Street reported at 7:55 p.m. Monday that a man known to her rapidly accelerated his vehicle from an alley just east of her address and when she yelled at him, he flipped her off.
- An employee of Burger King, 1761 E. State St., contacted police at 8:39 p.m. Monday for a loitering report. Police responded and multiple people were told to clear the lot.
- A clerk at Smith Oil, 968 E. State St., reported at 8:37 p.m. Monday that an elderly man with an elderly female passenger pumped $20.07 worth of gas into a red Chevy Cruze and left without paying.
- A Salem woman at 8:21 p.m. Monday reported a reckless operator in a small red car accelerated extremely fast and almost hit her from behind and followed her southbound on South Lincoln Avenue. While she was speaking with an officer, she pointed out the vehicle as it turned northbound onto South Lincoln Avenue from a nearby lot. The vehicle was stopped and the driver said he may have been following too closely. The dangers were explained to him and both went their separate ways.
- A domestic dispute was reported Monday in the 400 block of South Broadway where a woman said her mother put her hands around her throat during an argument. The mother reported she was pushed and grabbed by her daughter. There were no marks on either party. The mother wanted the daughter to leave, but was told the landlord would have to evict her. Both were told to go to separate areas of the residence.
- A suspicious person was reported at 6:42 p.m. Monday at a condemned residence on Sharp Avenue. An officer made contact with the person, who was the resident and said he was told to vacate the property within 30 days. A city department was contacted and said he was to vacate the property over the past weekend. He was told to vacate it immediately and was given options.
- A reckless operator was reported on North Lincoln Avenue at East Third Street at 3:32 p.m. Monday, but was not found.
- A caller at 3:17 p.m. Monday reported a window open at a vacant house on Columbia Street. The building appeared empty with nobody there. There was no working phone number for the possible owner of the foreclosed home, with warnings placed on the front door by the city housing department.
- A dog was reported at large at 1:31 p.m. Monday in the area of Hawley Avenue and East Third Street, but was not found.
- A man from the 1000 block of Franklin Avenue spoke to an officer at 12:39 p.m. Monday about a mattress blown in front of his property. An officer responded and found it was a mattress pad. It was removed.
- A 10 year old boy reported at 3:13 a.m. Monday he and his 6-year-old brother woke up cold and could not find their mother or her boyfriend in the house. Police found the adults in the backyard and found they had gone outside to enjoy the weather while the kids were sleeping.
- A solicitor's permit was issued to James Guetling for book sales at 8:50 a.m. Monday.
- A woman reported at 3:20 p.m. Monday two people were soliciting without permits on Woodland Avenue. Police checked the area and did not see the people.
- Leon J. White, 94, South Main Street, was backing out of a parking space at Harmony Village and backed into a car driven by Wilda M. Beraduce, 57, Boardman, that was parked in a no parking zone. No citations were issued due to it being on private property.
- A woman reported at 5:29 p.m. Monday people were soliciting on Terra Verde. Police checked the area and did not see anyone.
- Tracy Hughes, West Railroad Street, reported at 6 p.m. Monday a woman in a white Sunfire is always running the stop sign in the alley rear of West Railroad Street. Police stopped the vehicle and cited the driver, whose name was not provided, for stop sign.
- A woman reported at 6:57 p.m. Monday a sick coyote was on the east side of the Dutch Village Inn. Police checked the area and did not see the animal.
- A caller reported there was a sinkhole at the entrance to Willow Grove Park at 1:50 p.m. Sunday. Police confirmed there was a hole and it was growing as vehicles drove over it. The street department was called, and the superintendent said to close the park until they could get to it.
- The alarm went off at the First National Community Bank at 1:33 p.m. Sunday. A cleaning crew was found inside working.