- A loud music complaint on North Jefferson Street was received at 10:15 p.m. Sunday. Police spoke with the responsible parties and they agreed to turn down the music.
- A caller reported there was a reckless driver on North Market Street at 4:43 p.m. Sunday, but the motorist appeared to be driving just fine, according to the police officer.
- Sharon Miller, West Washington Street, reported Sunday her partner, Deesta Sheldon, had their children and would not return them. Police called Sheldon, who brought the children to the police department.
- David Mann, Maple Street, reported Sunday he believes his roommate stole some of his medication because some of the pills were missing from the bottle.
- Police were called to Applegrove Apartments at 2 a.m. Sunday in regard to a suicidal tenant who was threatening to cut himself and jump off a bridge. Police arrived and spoke to the man, who agreed to be transported by ambulance to a local hospital to be examined.
- Britton Schultz reported there was a dog locked in an apartment on West Spruce Street at 3 p.m. Thursday, and she believes no one lives there. Police checked with the neighbors, who said someone did live there. Police returned two hours later to see the dog tied up outside.
- Phyllis Abbott reported at 5 p.m. Thursday some youths were swimming in the creek at Willow Grove Dam. Police found the youths, who were known to swim in the area, and advised them against swimming by the dam.
- Corey Miller reported at 10:52 a.m. Friday there were three guys in a green Ford F-150 chasing him on East Lincoln Way and trying to assault him. Miller said he was walking near Smith Oil after getting his prescription filled when they started to yell things at him and he hid in a yard. Miller said the trio were from Coshocton and they were mad because his dog bit one of their friends. Miller was given a ride by police.
- An officer was driving on Saltwell Road at 7:21 p.m. Friday when he was flagged down by two females, who said their friend, Cynthia Harvey, was being threatened by a neighbor, Rafael Coronando. Police spoke with Coronando, who denied making any such threats and he stated he was not mad at Harvey but at their mutual friend.
- Police were called to a home on North Market Street at 12:56 a.m. Sunday in regard to a fight. Police found Melissa Gentry and Daniel Desellum, who said they had only been arguing, which was confirmed by other witnesses. This was not the first time police had been called to the residence and they said if this happened again charges could result.
- Sean Huff reported at 11:40 a.m. Sunday there was a man in a blue Cobalt northwest on state Route 46 either headed straight on Columbiana-Waterford Road or north on state Route 7 and was drinking a bottle of beer. Police checked but did not find the vehicle.
- Melissa Wells requested at 4:41 p.m. Sunday police escort her to a home on Springfield Road so she could pick up some belongings. Police learned the dispute was regarding a washer/dryer from Aaron's Rental and both agreed to keep the matter civil. Wells took possession of the washer/dryer.
- Jacqueline Lake, state Route 14, reported at 5:54 p.m. Sunday her license plates were missing or stolen and the registration was taken from her unlocked vehicle while it was parked on state Route 14.
- Joshua Clarkson, 38, Wellsville, was cited for driving under suspension at 9:29 p.m. Sunday at the Duke and Duchess parking lot.
- The highway patrol reported at 11:40 p.m. Sunday a possible reckless driver was westbound on state Route 14 in a black raised pickup.
- Maureen McNamara, South Bayshore Drive, reported at 1:21 p.m. Saturday her fire alarm would not shut off and she didn't know why. It was found that smoke was being generated from a pan left on the stove and there were no further problems.
- A woman reported at 7:43 p.m. Saturday there was a dog in a blue Subaru that was parked on South Main for about 10 minutes and the window was cracked and it was barking. Police found the dog to be fine and the driver moved the vehicle.
- Kari Seddon, Salem, was northbound on North Main at 9 p.m. Saturday and turned west onto state Route 14 in front of Anthony Bingham, Leetonia, who was southbound on state Route 46. Seddon was cited for failure to yield making a left turn.
- Police responded to the 3000 block of Silliman Street at 11:56 p.m. Sunday where the complainant advised that while laying in bed she heard the sound of keys jingle twice along with someone breathing through her open screened-window. She turned on the lights for the back porch and a person darted from in front of her window and around the residence heading toward Creek Road. She was unable to identify if it was a man or woman but the person was wearing a black hoodie, black athletic pants and a black stocking cap and had broad shoulders. Damage was done to peppermint plants under the window. An officer stayed in the area searching for the person but was unable to locate anyone.
- Police responded to the 3300 block of Pinewood Drive after a complainant said her brother changed the locks to their mother's apartment and she was unable to get in. Dispatch said the complainant called 911 when she placed the call. Police contacted the complainant and attempted to explain to her how to go about contacting the apartment manager so that she could retrieve her belongings from he mother's apartment who is deceased. Police noted the complainant appeared to be intoxicated. She refused to listen about calling the apartment manager tomorrow and wanted her brother arrested. She was advised it was a late hour and nothing could be done. She was advised she needed to handle the matter in morning with the manager and to go back to her residence and refrain from dialing 911 again and if there were further incidents she would be charged. Police took her vehicle keys and advised her she could pick then up in the morning at the police department.
- Police again responded to the 3300 block of Pinewood Drive at 1:23 p.m. Sunday for a welfare check and were advised by a neighbor that the person recently moved. At 3:35 p.m. police made contact with another resident who said everything was OK and she has not been attempting or threatening to harm herself. She further stated she was not answering her brother's telephone calls because she did not want to speak to him.
- Police charged Cory T. Wright, 240 Carbon Hill Road, East Palestine, with criminal trespassing for entering the property at 3281 Boardman Street that is owned by the village.
- Police received a report at 9 p.m. Friday from a resident in the 3200 block of Creek Road stating his child's stroller was taken by a known person. Police contacted the person and advised her of the accusations against her. She stated the other person owed her money and refused to pay her back. She agreed to return the stroller by the end of the day.