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Sunday, June 24, 2018
06:51 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20184007
Date: Saturday, June 23, 2018
Protection Order Violation
8576 SALEM UNITY RD



Officers responded to the area of E. State 
St. for a possible unwanted male at a 
residence. Call was found to have been just 
outside the city. Officer's stood by in the 
area until it was determined Goshen Twp. 
would not need mutual aid.. 




Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20184008
Date: Saturday, June 23,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
W THIRD ST SALEM



Officers responded to the S. Lincoln area 
near the rail road tracks for a vehicle 
possibly involved in a theft. Officers arrived 
in the area and had negative contact with 
the subjects vehicle. Officers then cleared 
the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183994
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Solicitor(s)
200 E SECOND ST L


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the Broadway Plaza 
for reported solicitors. Officer located the 
subjects found they were not soliciting and 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183995
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Assault
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR NIGHT CLUB


Complainant on station to file an assault 
report. Complainant/victim advised that 
while standing outside of a local bar she 
was assaulted by a known female subject. 
This matter in under investigation.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183996
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
500 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY SALEM


Complainant: GARBER, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811

Officer on patrol observed a subject with a 
warrant in the 500 block of S. Broadway 
Ave. Officer made contact with the wanted 
subject/driver and passenger who were 
both known to officer. The passenger in 
plain view was in possession of an open 
container under the age of 21 and the driver 
when being advised he had an arrest 
warrant failed to comply with officers 
commands. 

The driver had to be removed from the 
vehicle and resisted arrest. The passenger 
was taken into custody without incident. A 
search incident to arrest recovered 
additional contraband from the vehicle. Both 
subjects were transported on station, 
processed and transported to the county 
jail.


Ptl. M. Garber 908/047


Arrested: Joshua E. Killing DOB:1995 LKA: 
32181 Gurlea St. Hanoverton Oh
Charge@): Warrant Burglary, Resisting 
arrest


Arrested: Dan M. Belich DOB: 1999 of 610 
Sharp Ave. Salem Oh
Charge: Underage possession consumption 
of alcohol


Both have additional charges pending 
laboratory results.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183997
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Solicitor(s)
2345 E STATE ST


Complainant: GET, GO 


Officer responded to the 2300 block of E 
State St for solicitors in the parking lot of 
the business. The employee advised the 
subjects left but was asked several times to 
leave. The solicitors were located in the 
1100 block of E State St and advised they 
were criminally trespassed from the 
business.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183999
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Harassment
1851 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 1800 block of 
Cleveland St for a harassment report. The 
complainant advised that she was having 
problems with her boyfriend's friends and 
wanted them to stop contacting her. 

Officer made contact with the other subject 
involved and advised them to stop all 
contact with the complainant. The subject 
had also stated she did not want the 
complainant contacting her or at her 
residence and that she will stop all contact 
with the complainant. The complainant was 
also advised to stop all contact as well to 
avoid further conflict.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Saturday, June 23, 2018
08:39 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183993
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Check Well Being
1735 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: Leetonia, POLICE 300 E 
MAIN ST LEETONIA, OH 44460 (330)427-
6731

At the request of Leetonia Police officers 
responded to the 1700 block of South 
Lincoln to check on the welfare of one of 
their residents. On arrival officers from 
Perry Twp Police were able to locate the 
female in the parking lot and she stated that 
she was fine. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183992
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Protection Order violation
279 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Complainant: BRITTANY KINDLE

Complainant on station to report a 
protection order violation. Officer gathered 
all pertinent information and the 
complainant submitted a statement to be 
reviewed by a prosecutor.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183990
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
664 W ASHINGTON AVE SALEM


Officer responded to a domestic involving 
two adults arguing over not giving each 
other's cell phones back. He had hers and 
she had his. There was an argument over 
who pays and passwords, etc. Officer was 
able to negotiate them into returning the 
phones to each other without further 
incident. Parties were advised to keep the 
peace and not let the argument become 
physical. No physical contact was reported 
nor were any injuries observed or reported.



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183989
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
426 E EIGHTH ST - SALEM 

Complainant: MICHAEL FROMM

Complainant reported that his truck was 
unlawfully entered overnight. It was parked 
in the rear driveway and locked.

This morning he found the drivers door 
unlocked and the window part way down. 
His rifle was stolen out of the rear window 
rack. Nothing else appeared missing at time 
of report. Information was taken on the 
stolen rifle. Matter under investigation. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183988
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST SALEM 


Officer(s) responded to the 1400 block of 
East State St for a reported juvenile 
problem. On arrival officers spoke with the 
juvenile and her guardian. The juvenile was 
eventually transported to the Salem ER by 
ambulance for evaluation. 

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183991
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Recovered Property
426 E EIGHTH ST SALEM


Complainant: BANAR, PTL D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


While taking a theft report from the resident, 
he observed a "welders helmet" on the 
ground outside in the back yard. Helmet 
was not his and this officer brought it to the 
PD for safekeeping or until an owner comes 
to claim it.



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183966
Date: Thursday, June 21, 2018
Assist Other Agency
777 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM 


Complainant: CASTO, LT D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Reporting officer responded to the above 
location and served papework from the 
Salem City Income Tax Department to a 
female subject at that location Officers then 
cleared



Lt. David L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183975
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
1355 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 1300 block of 
Jennings Ave in reference to a 911 hang up 
call. Dispatch received ten 911 hang up 
calls and could hear children playing with 
the phone in the back ground. Officer made 
contact at the address listed, but they 
advised that there were no children there. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183976
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Possible Scam
278 W FOURTH ST


Complainant: WENDY PHILLIPS

Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of 
W Fourth St in reference to a possible 
scam. Complainant advised that she 
received a letter in the mail from the Social 
Security Administration advising her that 
they received her request for a change of 
address. Complainant advised that she 
contacted the SSA to advise them that she 
never requested change of address. 
Complainant reported that the SSA advised 
her that they caught someone attempting to 
change her checking account number and 
also her routing number, but they stopped 
the process. 

Officer advised that a report would be on 
file.


Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183977
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
1449 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460


Officer responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St to follow up with two juveniles who 
had stolen a cell phone from the Salem 
Community Center on June 20, 2018. The 
matter has been referred to the juvenile 
officer.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183978
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Domestic In Progress
664 WASHINGTON AVE SALEM 


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a domestic dispute. Officers 
arrived on scene and made contact with 
both parties. The complainant advised that 
the subject barged in on him in the 
bathroom and took his phone. The subject 
stated that the phones are in her name , 
which the complainant does pay half for. 

The two were advised that the matter was 
civil . The complainant stated that he was 
moving out soon as things are not working 
out with the subject. They were advised to 
call back if needed.



Ptl.  LaRosa 907/059



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183979
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Suspicious Person
1892 E STATE ST SALEM


Officers responded to the 1900 block of E 
State to check on a suspicious male 
individual that had reportedly been dancing 
around and yelling at a business. Officers 
located and initiated contact with the 
individual as he was preparing to depart as 
a vehicle passenger. Officers spoke to the 
individual about the complaint. He admitted 
to behaving in a radical manner, stating he 
had just been playing around. The 
individual was very hyper but denied having 
ingested anything illegal. The individual 
departed the area in the vehicle without 
further incident. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183980
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: CHELSEA

Officer responded to a business in the 900 
block of E State St for report of a red 4 door 
Ford Explorer that departed without 
rendering payment for 11.67 gallons of fuel 
valued at $30.00. The vehicle had departed 
eastbound on E State St several minutes 
prior. Officer checked along E State St to 
the City Limits but did not locate and 
vehicles fitting the desorption. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088


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Salem Police STORY #: 20183981
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Suspicious Activity
327 FAIR AVE 1/2


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Anonymous complainant in the 300 block of 
Fair Ave reported seeing two females ask 
the subject if they could use his WiFi. 
Complainant advised that the females 
appeared to be under age and that they 
then accompanied the subject into his 
residence. Officers responded to the 
residence to make contact with the subject, 
but the subject advised that the two females 
were over 18 years of age and that they 
had already left the residence. Subject 
confirmed that they were at his residence 
asking to use the WiFi.


Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183982
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
285 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811

Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
Pershing St to arrest a female who had an 
active arrest warrant of the CCSO. 

Upon officers arrival, the female was 
operating her 1998 Ford Explorer and 
parked it in her driveway. Officer made 
contact with the female and she was 
subsequently placed into custody. She was 
transported to the police department for 
processing and later released to the CCSO 
for transport to the jail. The female was also 
cited with Driving Under Suspension- 
License Forfeiture (ORC 4510.21A).


Arrested: Ashley D. House DOB 1988
285 W Pershing St
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Driving Under Suspensiom 
License Forfeiture (ORC 4510.21A)
Warrant




Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183983
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Child  Juvenile Problem
329 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM


Complainant: KAREN PHILLIPS

Police responded to the 300 block of New 
Garden Ave. for a report of a juvenile 
problem.Upon arrivng the complainant 
advised officers that several juveniles 
attemtped to fight her son. Officers checked 
the area, but were not able to locate the 
other juveniles involved.


Ptl. Brooks 914\009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183984
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Speak To Officer
2345 E STATE ST


Complainant: DANIELLE DUSTMAN,  
GREEN BEAVER RD SALEM

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she left her 
wallet on the hood of her car after she got 
gas at Get Go and that she isn't able to find 
it. Officer got the complainant's information 
in case the wallet is recovered.



Ptl. Brooks 914\009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183985
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Suspicious Person
775 SUPERIOR AVE SALEM


Complainant: MICHAEL JONES

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
Superior Ave in reference to a suspicious 
person. Complainant advised that a male 
was walking down the street and shining a 
flashlight into parked vehicles. Officers 
responded and searched the area for 
several minutes. The male was gone on 
arrival. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183986
Date: Friday, June 22,2018
Curfew Violation
100 BLOCK OF E PERSHING SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811

Officer located two juveniles in an alley just 
north of the 100 block of E Pershing St after 
curfew. Officer made contact with them and 
they advised that they were staying over at 
a friend's house, but their friends mother 
kicked them out and they were on their way 
home. Officer escorted both juveniles home 
and cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Friday, June 22, 2018
09:06 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183974
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
911 Hang-up Call
511 W EIGHTH ST SALEM

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officer responded to the 500 block of W 
Eighth St in reference to a 911 hang up call. 
Upon arrival, officer attempted contact at 
the residence and found it to be 
unoccupied. A neighbor advised that the 
owner was out of state and nobody should 
be inside.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183973
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
400 BLOCK OF W STATE ST

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


Officer on patrol observed three juveniles 
playing on the tracks between the W State 
St overpass and W Pershing St. Officer 
made contact with the juveniles in the 400 
block of W State St, who advised that they 
were walking across when one juvenile had 
stopped on the tracks to fix his tennis shoe. 
They were advised to remain off the tracks.


Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183970
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Accident Private Property
2586 E STATE ST C SALEM
SUBWAY EAST


UNIT # 1 Enterprise Rental Car Owner: 
EAN HOLDINGS LLC
Driver: TIMOTHY COOK

UNIT # 2 Owner: TIMOTHY GRAFT 


Unit # 1 was parked in the first row of 
parking spaces in front of the store in the 
above parking lot. Unit # 2 was parked 
across the aisle from Unit # 1. The driver of 
Unit # 1 backed up and backed into the 
front of Unit # 2, causing minor damage. 
The driver of Unit # I then left the parking 
lot. He was later located and was advised of 
the incident. He stated that he didn't realize 
he had bumped the vehicle parked behind 
him.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183968
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Accidental Damage
1242 ROBIN AVE SALEM


Complainant: RACHAEL RUMMELL

Report of a accidental damage at the above 
address. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised that a while her sisters vehicle was 
parked at her residence a tree limb had 
fallen on the vehicle. Minor damage was 
observed to the driver side of the sister's 
vehicle at the time report and she wanted a 
report number for her Allstate Insurance. 
Photos taken



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183967
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Child Unattended In MV
E STATE 2900 BLOCK A


Complainant: JOHN GROSSEN

Police responded to the parking lot of Home 
Depot for a juvenile complainant. The 
complainant advised two small juveniles 
were left in a vehicle unattended. The 
complainant also advised the juveniles have 
been unattended for at least ten minutes. 
When Police arrived contact was made with 
the juveniles. Windows were down in the 
vehicle and Police spoke with the juveniles 
for another ten minutes until the parents 
returned. Police advised the parents of the 
situation. The incident will be sent to 
Children Services.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183969
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N LUNDY AVE / E SECOND ST


Unit#1  Driver: Owner: SHERRY AYERS 

Unit#2  Driver: LAUREN BEECH, 26860 
SUMMER RD E ROCHESTER, OH , 
Owner: TRISHA BEECH 



The driver of Unit # 1 was traveling North 
on N. Lundy when stopped at the 
intersection of N. Lundy and E. 2nd.

The driver of Unit # 1 failed to yield to 
oncoming traffic and struck the drivers side 
of Unit # 2 who was traveling westbound on 
E. 2nd St., which caused Unit # 2 to strike a 
utility pole. Minor damage was done to Unit 
# 1 and disabling damage was done to Unit 
# 2 who was towed by AAA. 

The driver of Unit # 1 was cited for F.T.Y. 
Stop Sign.



PTL MILLER 067



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183965
Date: Thursday, June 21,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
477 WASHINGTON AVE SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Washington Ave in order to serve an arrest 
warrant on a female. Officers made contact 
with the female and subsequently placed 
her into custody. She was transported to the 
police department for processing and later 
released to the CCSO for transport to the 
jail.



Arrested: Kylie L. Daniel DOB 1994
477 Washington Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183964
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Intoxicated Person 
284 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
Fourth St for a disturbance between several 
individuals. Officers made contact with the 
individuals involved and learned there had 
been a verbal dispute. One of the 
individuals involved had already departed 
and the remaining persons stated there was 
no further problem. Officers requested they 
keep the noise down and officers then 
departed without incident. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183963
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Suspicious Person
400 BLOCK OF FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


Officer on patrol observed a male walking 
along the roadway in the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave with no shoes. Officer made 
contact with the subject and it was 
determined that he was okay and lived on 
the next street over. He advised he walked 
over to another residence, but didn't feel 
like wearing shoes.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183962
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Suspicious Activity 
2823 E STATE ST SALEM


Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St to check on an individual seated in 
a vehicle in a parking lot. Officer made 
contact with the person who affirmed being 
fine. Officer observed no problems and 
departed without incident. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183961
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Suspicious Activity
565 FRANKLIN AVE D


Complainant: LISA BARRIOUS

On 6/20/2018 officers responded to the 500 
block of Franklin Ave in regards to 
suspicious activity. Upon arrival officers 
were met with the complainant and the 
male subject, Zachary Albert Kenst, who 
was leaving on foot. The complainant 
pointed to what was a glass bowl with 
marijuana residue sitting on the stationary 
of the property and stated that Kenst had 
set it there and started to walk off on foot.

Officers then caught back up with Kenst 
and advised him of the situation and why 
officers were there. Kenst had stated that 
the bowl did not belong to him and that he 
was just now going back home because he 
had to work in the morning. 

After further investigation and after officers 
spoke with the compliant further it was 
determined that Kenst did have the bowl in 
his possession and he was then detained 
due to him walking away when officers 
arrived.

Kenst was then issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for marijuana drug 
paraphernalia ORD: 513.121 and was 
advised of his mandatory court appearance 
of June 25th 201 8 at 0830 hrs and was 
then released. Officers then gathered a 
written statement off of the complainant and 
then cleared with out incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183960
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Theft
1695 SHADY LN SALEM


Complainant: STEPHANIE DOUGHERTY

Officer responded to the 1600 block of 
Shady Ln where a resident reported 
missing property which may have been 
stolen or may have just been misplaced. 
Complainant wanted to make a report for 
documentation in case the property turns 
out to actually be stolen or lost. The 
complainant further advised that if the 
property was only misplaced and is located 
in the near future, they will notify the PD. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088



Cited: Zachary Albert Kenst
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
DOB: 1992



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183959
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Posses Of Stolen Propertry
1449 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officer spoke with complainant over the 
phone and was informed of a stolen cell 
phone from the Salem Community Center. 

Complainant advised that she received 
information that one of her foster children 
had stolen a cell phone from a locker at the 
community center and was requesting that 
officer come search her home for it. Officer 
responded to the residence and searched a 
bedroom, where a few of her female 
juvenile foster daughters reside. Officer 
questioned the juveniles about a stolen cell 
phone and one of them eventually admitted 
to taking it. The cell phone was retrieved by 
one of the juveniles and confiscated by 
officer. Charges are pending.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183958
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Suspicious Activity
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: RACHEL TODD

Officers responded to a parking lot in the 
2800 block of E State St where a motorist 
had reported being harassed by individuals 
in a vehicle with out of state plates. The 
motorist reported that the individuals had 
asked for something to be signed (possibly 
some sort of petition, which the motorist did 
not wish to do. Officers checked the area 
and did not locate the complainant or any 
suspect vehicle fitting the description that 
had been provided. 



Sgt B Slider S6/081



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Salem Police Department
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Person With A Gun
1569 WESTVIEW AVE C

Officers responded to the 1500 block of 
Westview Ave for a report of an individual 
shooting a pellet/bb gun into a pond. 

Officers made contact with the individual 
who affirmed he had been shooting bull 
frogs due to the amount of noise the create. 
The individual was advised that the 
discharge of any type of projectile weapon 
is prohibited within Salem City Limits and 
could result in a citation. The individual 
advised that he understood and would no 
longer discharge the air rifle in the City. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183956
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Possible Scam
2061 MERLE RD SALEM 


Complainant: JAMES ARMENI

A male subject came to the station 
reference his email being hacked. The 
complainant advised several emails had 
gone out to his contacts. The complainant 
was worried about the possibility of his bank 
accounts being hacked due to the virus. 

The complainant wanted the incident 
documented un case the situation 
continued.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183954
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
664 WASHINGTON AVE


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER BIENNEAU

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
Washington Ave in reference to a domestic 
in progress. Complainant advised that the 
subjects were outside yelling at each other. 
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the female 
who advised that an argument had taken 
place between father and son, but the 
father had already left the residence. No 
physical violence was reported. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183953
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Ambulance Needed
523 W SIXTH ST


Complainant: KELLY ROBERTSON

Officers, along with the Salem Fire 
Department and EMT Ambulance, 
responded to the 600 block of W Sixth St in 
reference to a medical. Complainant 
advised that the subject had not taken her 
medication in a while and was consuming 
alcohol all day. The subject was transported 
to the hospital by EMT and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183952
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Sex Offense
185 HIGHLAND AVE


Complainant: TALBERT, DET D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811

Complainant: Ohio Internet Crimes Against 
Children Cleveland, OH 


I received a complaint from Ohio lnternet 
Crimes Against Children regarding the 
welfare of child residing in the City of 
Salem. The matter is under investigation.




Det. David Talbert



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183951
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Person To Be Removed
1823 CLEVELAND ST SALEM


Complainant: EMILY POTTS

Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block 
of Cleveland St in order to remove the 
subject from the property. Upon arrival, 
officer spoke with complainant and her 
husband who advised that her husband's 
ex-girlfriend, and mother of his son, was at 
the residence attempting to take his son. 
Complainant and her husband advised that 
the subject was violating a court order 
because it was not the subject's week to 
have her son. Prior to officer's arrival, the 
subject had left the scene.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183950
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Menacing / Threats
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A SALEM 


Complainant: MARK BRAMMER,  MILL 
CREEK BLVD YOUNGSTOWN, OH 44512

Officer was dispatched to the 1000 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave in reference to a menacing 
report. Complainant, who is a physician at 
Tudor Physical Therapy inside the Salem 
Community Center, advised that about a 
month ago the subject had become 
belligerent with him. Complainant advised 
that the subject .was unhappy with his 
treatment plan and was cursing inside the 
business. 

Complainant reported that he advised the 
subject multiple times to cease his vulgar 
language and the subject became upset, 
which resulted in more vulgarities and 
vague threats being made.

Officer gathered the necessary information 
and the complainant advised that he only 
wished to have the incident documented at 
this time. He advised that the subject was 
no longer welcome at the business.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183949
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Accident Private Property
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM


Police responded to the Hospital parking lot 
for a private property accident. The driver of 
Unit# 1 hit a parked vehicle. No visible 
damage was found on Unit# 1. Unit# 2 had 
damage on the passenger side fender. The 
driver of Unit# 1 advised of no injuries and 
was able to drive from the scene. Police 
went inside of the Hospital and made 
contact with the owner of Unit #2.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Thursday, June 21, 2018
08:19 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183947
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Unknown Problem
510 CONTINENTAL DR 30


Police responded to the 500 block of 
Continental Dr for an unknown problem. 
The complainant advised they were on the 
phone with a juvenile stating his 
grandmother needed help. While Police 
were trying to speak with the juvenile an 
adult was heard in the background. It 
appeared the juvenile was playing on the 
phone then set it down. Police attempted to 
retrieve a contact number to locate the 
juvenile.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183938
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Criminal Trespassing
620 COLUMBIA ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who had 
questions concerning an unknown person 
that had pulled into her drive and turned 
around driving back down the drive not 
backing down it. She wanted to know what 
could be done?

Officer advised her that if it was a company 
she could contact the owner and advise 
them of her concerns not to be using her 
drive as a turn around. She advised she 
understood.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183940
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Check Well Being
417 FAIR AVE SALEM


Report of a check well being at the above 
address. Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
the female resident and advised her of the 
complaint. She advised that she was ok, 
that she was just tired and did not know 
why the complainant had called. 

Nothing else was needed and officers 
cleared without incident.




Ptl. Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183941
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Public Urination
284 E FOURTH ST


Report of public urination (male subject) at 
the above address. Upon arrival, this officer 
spoke with the male subject and advised 
him of the complaint. He advised that he did 
not realize anyone was around and was 
sorry for his actions. He was advised to 
make better choices and the consequences 
of his actions.




Ptl. Miller 067



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183943
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
871 GRANITE AVE


Complainant: VERNON METZ

Police responded to the 800 block of 
Granite Ave for found drug paraphernalia. 
The complainant advised they found the 
item near the corner of Newgarden Rd and 
Liberty St. The complainant advised when 
they returned home they realized what the 
items were and contacted Police. The items 
were recovered and disposed of.


Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183944
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Recovered Property
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: SHARON REAULT

The complainant responded to this 
department to turn in a cell phone she 
found on the street. Officer attempted to get 
the owner information from the phone, but 
the screen was damaged and locked. The 
phone was placed into lost and found.


Sgt. D. Green / 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183945
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Reckless Operator
2287 E STATE St C

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area for a dark blue colored 
Honda operating recklessly according to the 
complainant. Officer checked the area and 
was unable to locate the vehicle. It was 
north bound on Cunningham from Butcher.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183946
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Recovered Bicycle
Centennial Park

Complainant: JAMES GRIMM

Complainant on station with a recovered 
bicycle he found at Centennial park this day 
and date. The bike will be kept at this 
department for safekeeping until the owner 
can be located. The bike is a Black, Orange 
Mongoose Macl trail bike, unable to read 
serial numbers on the bike.


Ptl. Miller 067



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183948
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Assault
439 CONTINENTAL DR 6


Complainant: KENNETH COMBS


Officer responded to the above location for 
a reported assault. The complainant 
advised that he went to his neighbors 
apartment located within the same building. 
He advised that while he was there, his 
neighbor told him to leave. The complainant 
advised that he turned to leave and his 
neighbor shoved him out the front door, 
causing him to fall on the front steps and 
onto the pavement. The complainant 
sustained a cut on his knee and the bridge 
of his nose, sustained from the fall. 

Officers spoke with the neighbor and his 
story was very similar. Although he stated 
tha the complainant was asking to borrow 
money and when he was told no, he stated 
that the complainant became upset and 
began to threaten him. Both parties were 
advised to stay away from each other. The 
complainant was advised if he wished to 
pursue charges, contact this officer 
tomorrow when he was not under the 
influence of alcohol to fill out a statement.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183924
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
MED- Ambulance Needed
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer checked on the Salem FD in the 100 
block of W State St. Officer stood by and 
assisted with removing a vehicle. Officer 
cleared without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183925
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Reporting officer spoke to the anonymous 
complainant who advised of illegal drug 
activity occurring at a residence with in the 
City. Reporting officer obtained information 
andadvised the complainant that 
theinformation would be forwarded to the 
DTF Officer.



Lt. David L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183926 
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
Domestic In Progress
939 JEFFERSON AVE


Complainant: Cheryl Siddle

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
Jefferson for a reported domestic in 
progress. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
one of the family members had been 
involved in a physical dispute with his sister 
and then fled the area on foot. 

Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate the person in question. Officers 
advised the complainant to call if the 
juvenile returned to the residence. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183929
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
Child  Juvenile Problem
939 JEFFERSON AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Jefferson for a report of a juvenile problem. 
The complainant advised that a male 
juvenile had run away earlier in the day and 
had since been observed behind the shed 
of the home. Officer did make contact with 
the juvenile and the guardian did wish for 
the juvenile to be transported to the hospital 
for evaluation due to anger issues. 

The Salem FD and KLG did respond and 
the juvenile was transported to the hospital.



Ptl D Beeson 06/20/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183930
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
Solicitor(s)
2333 E STATE ST SALEM
DISCOUNT STORE 


Officer responded to the 2300 block of E 
State St for solicitors bothering customers. 
They stated that were not selling anything 
just asking for signatures for ballet issues. 
The female subject was advised she 
needed to leave the property due to 
businesses making complaints about their 
presence. Officer cleared the scene after 
the subjects left the premises.


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Salem Police STORY #: 20183932
Date. Tuesday, June 19,2018
Check Well Being
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERRY ST SALEM


Officers were dispatched to the area of S 
Lincoln Ave and E Perry St for a report of a 
check well being. Officers did locate the 
subject and did have Salem FD and EMT 
check her mental status. EMT did transport 
her to the Salem Regional Medical Center 
and officers cleared without further incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183933
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
Traffic Offense
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SECOND ST 
SALEM


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Officers initiated a traffic stop in the 100 
block of N Ellsworth Ave for a traffic 
offense. The driver of the vehicle gave 
officers consent to search the vehicle but 
nothing illegal was located inside the 
vehicle. The driver was given verbal 
warnings for equipment violations.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183935
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Suspicious Person
175 W STATE ST


Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811


Officer was advised of a suspicious person 
standing outside of Speedway. Officer was 
advised it appeared the subject was talking 
to himself. Upon arrival, the subject advised 
he was on his cell phone talking to his 
brother but was using his head phones 
instead of the holding his phone. Officers 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183937
Date: Wednesday, June 20,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
530 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM


OWN MICHELE GREENAMYER,  DEPOT 
RD SALEM, OH 


Officers responded to the 500 block of S 
Ellsworth Ave for a motor vehicle hit-skip 
accident. The complainant advised his 
vehicle was parked in front of the business 
and he noticed someone had struck the 
passenger rear side. The vehicle was 
legally parked on the roadway. The man-lift 
used for the business was being moved 
outside and struck the vehicle. 

Pictures were taken of the damage done to 
the vehicle The business is checking video 
surveillance to see who struck the vehicle.


Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Wednesday, June 20, 2018
08:13 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183918
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
911 Hang-up Call
188 RAILROAD ST A


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Railroad St. for a 911 hang up. Officers 
spoke to the staff of the building and 
determined that know one at the building 
had dialed 911. Officers then cleared the 
scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183919
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
Theft
1080 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: JAMES SHEARER

Officers met with a complainant on station 
about a theft report. The complainant stated 
that he noticed his credit card missing a few 
days ago and has noticed unusual activity 
on his bank statements. The complainant 
advised that he has already canceled his 
card and would like a report made.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183920
Date:
Child / Juvenile Problem
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN SALEM

Complainant: REBECCAA LITTLE

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant advised a small juvenile was 
walking alone near Aetna St and N Lincoln 
Ave. Upon arrival, officer attempted to 
obtain information from the juvenile. 

While on scene, the mother called the 
police station and responded to retrieve her 
child. The mother stated the child walked 
away from the babysitter's residence in the 
500 block of Aetna St and had been gone 
for approximately ten minutes. The mother 
advised she would handle the situation to 
assure this never happens again.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183921
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
Assault
1049 E THIRD ST


Officers responded to the 1000 block of E. 
Third St. for a fight in progress. Officers 
arrived on scene and separated the two 
subjects. both subjects were detained. 
Officers determined that a physical 
altercation had occurred due to injures 
sustained by both parties. Both subjects 
were placed under arrest and transported to 
Salem Police Department for booking.



ARA: Logan Rodden D.0.B: 1999
1049 E. State St. Salem OH, 44460
Assualt (2903.13)


Hope Steed D.0.B: 1998
189 E. Third St. Salem OH, 44460
Assualt (2903.13)



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183923
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN 


Officers 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 driving 
a white Ford Van had pumped $20.00 in 
gas and then fled the area without 
rendering payment. Officers provided the 
clerk with the options for dealing with the 
situation.

Officer's cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183899
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Accident No lnjury Reported
N LINCLON AVE / E THIRD SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Unit 1, MATTHEW ARMSTRONG , 
KINGSRIDGE RD EAST LIVERPOOL OH

Unit 2, CARSON GRAHAM , 
RIDGEWOODD DR, SALEM OH


Officers responded to the intersection of N. 
Lincoln Ave. and E. Third St. for a motor 
vehicle accident. Officers spoke to the 
driver of Unit# 1 who was traveling north 
bound, stated that he did not see the stop 
sign. The driver of Unit# 1 went through and 
struck Unit #2 who was traveling East 
bound through the intersection. Both 
vehicles had minor functional damage. The 
driver of Unit #1 was cited for Right of way- 
Stop signs.



Cited: Matthew Armstrong
DOB: 1977
Right of way- Stop Signs ORD 331.19



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183903
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Accident Private Property
707 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM


Officer responded to the 700 block of S 
Ellsworth Ave for a report of a private 
property accident. Officer arrived and found 
that Unit#l was getting ready to exit the lot 
when it was struck from behind by Unit#2. 
Photographs were taken and report 
numbers were issued.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183905
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
840 MORRIS AVE SALEM


Officer responded to the 800 block of Morris 
for a report of possible criminal damaging. 
Officer arrived and found that someone was 
driving through their yard. Officer gathered 
information and cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183908
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Civil Matter
211 W SEVENTH ST SALEM

Complainant: KATHLEEN NORWOOD

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report over the phone. 
The complainant advised she wanted her 
19 year old son out of the residence but he 
refused to leave. She was advised that she 
would need to go through the eviction 
process in order for him to be removed from 
the residence.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183909
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: GARBER, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811

While on patrol officers located a suspicious 
vehicle at Smith Oil. Officer observed a 
male subject walk away from the vehicle 
and not return. Officer made contact with 
the business and advised then of there 
options of having it towed.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183910
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Child Custody Dispute
808 E SIXTH ST SALEM


Complainant: RUBY RICH

Officers responded to the 800 block of E 
Sixth St for a child custody dispute. The 
complainant advised she had originally 
given her ex permission to take the 
juveniles for the afternoon. She then 
advised him that she wanted back at the 
residence and he was refusing to bring 
them back. Officers spoke with Struther's 
PD where the juveniles were currently 
visiting and spoke with the father. The male 
subject agreed to take the juveniles back to 
their mother's residence after speaking with 
the police department.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183911
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
1000 BLOCK OF CLEVELAND


Complainant: GARBER, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
1000 block of Cleveland St for a moving 
violation. During the stop K9 Simon was 
deployed and alerted to the presence of 
narcotic odor. Contraband was recovered 
from the vehicle and the driver was served 
a written warning for the traffic violation. 
Charges pending laboratory results.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183913
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Traffic Offense 
100 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH

Complainant: BEESON, PTL

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 100 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for an equipment violation. 
During the stop the driver did give consent 
to search. Upon completion of the stop 
officer cleared with the driver getting a 
verbal warning.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183915
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Check Well Being
808 E SIXTH ST


Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
Sixth St for a well being check on several 
juveniles. Officers spoke with the mother 
who was clearly intoxicated and was 
advised to contact a sober person to spend 
the night with them. A male subject agreed 
to stay the night at the residence for the 
safety of the young juveniles. The report will 
be sent to the Columbiana County 
Childrens Services.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183916
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Narcotic Abuse 
228 VINE AVE SALEM


Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

Officers did make contact with a male in an 
apartment in the 200 block of Vine. The 
male did consent to officers checking the 
residence for persons inside and while 
doing so officers did observe drug 
paraphernalia in plain view.

Officers did speak to the male resident 
again who did grant written consent to 
search the apartment. Officers did locate 
multiple narcotic related items and 
suspected narcotics inside the apartment. 
Officers did contact a member of the 
Columbiana County Drug Task Force who 
did also respond to assist officers with the 
scene. 

The investigation was ultimately turned over 
to the DTF and narcotics recovered will be 
sent for testing. Charges pending the lab 
results.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183917
Date: Tuesday, June 19,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
228 VINE AVE SALEM

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811

Officers responded to the 200 blk of Vine 
for a warrant check. Upon arrival, officers 
located the female in question. The warrant 
was confirmed and the female was taken 
into custody. 

Upon search incident to arrest, officer 
located a baggie with an unknown white 
substance in it along with two unknown 
white pills in her purse. All was collected as 
evidence and will be sent to the lab for 
testing. The female was charged with 
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and 
released on scene to CCSO for the warrant. 
Further charges pending upon lab results.


Arrested: Courtner L. Troyer
D.0.B.- 1991
1 01 67 Gavers Rd.
Hanoverton Ohio 44423
Charge Warrant
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia




Ptl. D. Young



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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
06:29 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183901
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Check Well Being
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
FACTORY / MILL / PLANT
SALEM ~~upervis0o8r9~ Karl TOY

Officers responded and checked the well 
being of a subject in the 800 block of 
Pennsylvania Ave. Officer spoke with the 
subject who was voluntarily transported to 
the Salem ER and officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183900
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Suspicious Object


Complainant: MICHEAL SHARPE

Complainant on station to turn in suspicious 
money he located. The money was 
determined to be fake but was placed into 
evidence for future reference.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183898
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Suspicious Person
WATERWORTH PARK / SUPERIOR 


Officer on patrol checked the area of 
Waterworth Memorial Park for a suspicious 
person. Officer found the subject was a 
parks employee and was only asking a 
subject to put their dogs on a leash. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183897
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
N CUNNINGHAM RD / E STATE ST

Complainant: MICHAEL BRADWAY,  ECHO 
DELL RD 88 EAST LIVERPOOL, OH 43920

Officers responded to the area of N. 
Cunningham and E. State St. for a criminal 
damaging report. Officers met with the 
complainant who stated that his business 
sign had been vandalized. The complainant 
stated that he knew who did it by the 
message left on the sign. The complainant 
also stated that he just wanted it 
documented at this time.

Officers were able to make contact with the 
subject who the complainant believed wrote 
the statement and advised him that if he 
continues he could face charges.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183895
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Ambulance Needed
565 FRANKLIN ST B


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave. at the Fire Departments 
request for an unknown medical.

Officers arrived and the FD stated that they 
had everything under control at this point. 
Officers stood by if needed until the FD 
cleared.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183883
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Domestic In Progress
CONTINENTAL / BENTLEY 25 

Complainant: pamela dotson


Police responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr. for a Domestic. Upon arrival 
Police made contact with the complainant. 
The complainant advised while his ex was 
picking up thier child, he was struck by a 
male subject that was with her. 

Police responded to the 900 block of 
Elberon Ave for speak with the other parties 
involved. While speaking with the subjects 
contraband was recovered at the scene. 
Further investigation / charges pending.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183886
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
443 CONTINENTAL DR 49 SALEM


Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Drive to check for a male 
subject with an active arrest warrant out of 
the Columbiana County Sheriff Department. 
Officer made contact with the subjects 
mother who advised that her son was in a 
rehabilitation facility.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183889
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
406 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: NICHOLAS CHAPMAN

Police responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a dispute. The 
complainant advised officers that his mother 
didn't want him at her residence and that he 
got into an argument with another subject 
that lived at the residence.

The complainant retrieved his property and 
was sent on his way.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183891
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
290 W FOURTEENTH ST SALEM


Complainant: ASHLEY CARLARIELLO

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
W. Fourteenth Street for a dispute between 
a male and female subject.

Officers responded and met with the male 
subject who advised that he was arguing 
with his room mate. Officers were advised 
that the female subject's daughter, who was 
not present, is the complainant and that she 
stated the male subject threatened her 
mother. The male subject advised that he 
did not threaten his room mate and that he 
talked to the complainant on the phone a 
few hours ago. Officers spoke with the 
female who advised that the male did 
threaten her if she did not do things he 
wanted her to do. 

Both subjects were intoxicated and advised 
they did not wish to leave for the night. 
Officers advised both subjects to go to 
separate areas of the residence for the 
night.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183892
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Theft
986 SALEM PARKWAY
FACTORY / MILL / PLANT


Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of 
Salem Parkway for a theft report. Officer 
responded and spoke with the victim who 
advised that on 06-16-2017 the mother of 
her ex-boyfriend stole her purse from her 
vehicle while it was at a business in the 700 
block of W. State Street. The complainant 
advised that her purse contained her 
personal information along with credit cards 
and money. The complainant further stated 
that she is receiving calls from her ex-
boyfriend and his mother in reference to the 
purse. 

Officer advised the complainant of a report 
number and that contact would be 
attempted with the suspect.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183893
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Attempt To Locate
1995 E STATE ST A

Complainant: NURSE, BETH 

On 6-18-2018 officers responded to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center in regards 
to a male patient that had left the facility 
prior to being discharged. 

Upon officers arrival they spoke with the 
subject and were able to calm him down 
and go back into the hospital until staff 
members there discharged him. Officers 
remained in the facility in case the subject 
tried to leave or became combative. Once 
the staff members there advised that 
officers were no longer needed they cleared 
without incident.


-Ptl. D Miller (917/098)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183894
Date: Monday, June 18,2018
Suspicious Activity
184 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: ROBERT FARMS

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Jennings Avenue for a report of suspicious 
activity. Officers responded and were 
advised by the complainant that he heard 
voices outside his residence and was 
concerned because his lawn mower was 
recently stolen. Officers checked the area, 
but no persons were located.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Monday, June 18, 2018
10:06 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183878
Date. Sunday, June 17,2018
Drive Off
938 STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: FAITH

Officer took report of a drive off from the 
complainant. Complainant states that they 
were too busy to call when it occurred 
approx a 30min delay. Complainant advised 
that an unknown subject driving a black 
Chevy Silverado pumped $35.50 worth of 
gas and left without paying for it.



PTL LaRosa




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183880
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Littering / Dumping
542 S BROADWAY AVE


Complainant: Robert Irey

Police responded behind a business in the 
500 block of S. Broadway Ave. The 
complainant advised a vehicle was parked 
in front of a dumpster and using the the 
dumpster. Police made contact with the 
owner of the vehicle. The owner advised he 
did not use the dumpster. Police only 
observed items in the dumpster related to 
the business. The owner then moved the 
vehicle.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183881
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Assist Perry Police 
360 W STATE ST 27 SALEM

Complainant: CCSO, CRYSTAL


Police responded to the 1300 block of W. 
State St to assist Perry Twp Police for a 
fight in progress. Police stood by at the 
scene while Perry Twp conducted an 
investigation and placed one male subject 
into custody. Once Police were no longer 
needed at the incident the scene was 
cleared.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183882
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
455 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Complainant: HALLIE WHITMAN,  
SUMMERS RD EAST ROCHESTER, OH 
44625

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damage. The 
complainant advised that her previous 
tenant moved out and the residence is 
vacant. The complainant discovered 
someone busted the basement window on 
the North side of the residence. She also 
discovered that the phonelcable line was 
cut. Due to problems with the previous 
tenant, the complainant believes he may be 
responsible.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183884
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST SALEM 
GAS STATION
Assigned 59 Steve LaRosa


Complainant: BRADLEY 

Officer spoke with the complainant via the 
phone in reference to a gas drive off. 
Complainant advised that an unknown 
subject pumped $29.82 worth of gas and 
did not render payment for it. Complainant 
advised that the subject was driving a late 
90's Ford Explorer.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183877
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
SOUTHEAST B LVD 24 SALEM


COrV MISTY PRATE 

Officers resonded to an apartment in the 
1200 block of S E Blvd in regards to an 
unruly juvenile. Complainant, mother of the 
juvenile , advised that her fifteen year old 
daughter was not listening to her and would 
not give her back the cell phone after she 
banned the juvenile from it. Officers spoke 
with the juvenile and advised her of the 
juvenile law in this case. She was advised 
to give the cell phone back and to listen to 
her mother. She gave the cell phone back 
and officers  cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183876
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
SHORT AVE / SUMMIT ST SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811

Officer on patrol observed two vehicles 
parked illegally at the intersection of 
Summit St and Short Ave. Both vehicles 
were issued a pink parking ticket.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183875
Date: Sunday, June 17,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
NEWGARDEN AVE / ARCH ST SALEM
Assigned: 009 John Brooks


Officer responded to the 800 block of 
Newgarden Ave. for a report of three 
juveniles riding scooters out past curfew.

Officer checked the area, but was not able 
to locate the juveniles.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183874
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Dog At Large
972 E SIXTH ST SALEM
Assigned: 088 Brent Slider


Complainant: CODY NEISER

Residents in the 900 block of E Sixth St 
reported two stray dogs in their yard. The 
owner was identified using the tag numbers 
and was contacted by phone. A family 
member who resides on E sixth St was dog 
sitting and was not aware the dogs got out. 
The complainants were familiar with the 
owner of the dogs and walked them up the 
street to the family members residence 
where they were secured by the family 
member. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183872
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Check Well Being 
1495 E STATE ST SALEM
Assigned. 016 Matthew Cochran

Complainant: AUBRI SCUT 
HANOVERTON, OH 44423 

Officer responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St to check the well being of the 
subject. Complainant advised that she 
received messages from the subject stating 
that she was going to harm herself. Officer 
attempted contact at the residence, but 
nobody was home.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183870
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
Recovered Property
193 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM
Assigned:  009 John Brooks


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for recovered debit card. 
Officer was able to make contact with the 
owner of the property and return it to them.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183869
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Traffic Offense
1700 BLOCK OF E STATE ST SALEM
Assigned: 017 Craig Crider


Complainant: CRIDER, PTL

Officer conducted a traffic stop on a tan 
Chevy truck in the 1700 block of E. State 
Street for an equipment violation.

Officer requested a K9 unit to the scene 
and K9 Argo provided positive indication to 
narcotic odor. Officer located two open 
containers of an alcoholic beverage in the 
vehicle that two female passengers advised 
belonged to them.

Officer also located a white crystalline 
substance in a bag belonging to one of the 
female passengers. The substance will be 
sent to the lab for testing and the female 
was advised she would be charged if the 
substance is found to be illegal. Officer 
issued both females a minor misdemeanor 
citation for open container of alcohol in a 
motor vehicle. The driver of the truck was 
given a warning for the equipment violation.



Cited: Christy S. Keglor 867 Barclay 
Avenue Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1974)
Open Container


Bobbi J. Mosser 1114 Gonder Ave. SE Apt. 
1 14 Canton, Ohio 44707 (DOB: 1968)
Open Container



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183868
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
842 W PERSHING ST SALEM


Complainant: CRIDER, PTL

Officers responded to an address in the 800 
block of W. Pershing Street to check for a 
female subject who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff Department. Officers were advised 
that the female had not been at the 
residence for several weeks.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183867
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
N LINCOLN AVE / E ELEVENTH SALEM

Complainant: Brooks, PTL C 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


Officer conducted a traffic stop on N. 
Lincoln Ave. near E. Eleventh St. The 
owner of the vehicle was given a warning 
for a cracked windshield and was taken into 
custody for an active warrant he had out of 
Columbiana County. The subject was 
transported to the Salem Police Department 
for processing and later released to a 
CCSO Deputy.


Arrested: James E Moffett
DOB: 1969
Offense: Warrant- FTA OVI



PTL 009 John Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183866
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
140 WOODLAND AVE 
Assigned: 017 Craig Crider


Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of 
Woodland Avenue for a white van parked in 
an alley beside a residence.

Officer responded and observed that 
subjects were replacing the roof and 
needed to access the alley to do so.

Officer found that the subjects had been 
given permission earlier by the police to 
park in the alley, but that it needed opened 
back up before they left. The subjects were 
advised the same.


Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183865
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Check Well Being
504 CONTINENTAL DR 1
Assigned: 016 Matthew Cochran


Complainant: LEE MCCOMBS, 
CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH 44221

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
Continental Dr to check the well being of 
the male subject. Complainant advised that 
he hadn't heard from the subject in a few 
days and that the last time he saw him, the 
subject didn't look well. Upon arrival, the 
complainant was on scene and had made 
contact with the subject. Officer checked on 
the subject who advised that he was okay 
and had been sleeping. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183864
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
Dog At Large
1865 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: AMANDA HILL

Report of a dog at large in the 1800 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave. Complainant advised that 
the dog broke out of a screen window at the 
residence next door, 1847 N Ellsworth Ave. 

Officer located the dog on N Ellsworth Ave 
and the dog became viscous when officer 
was on it's property to make contact with 
the owner. The owner was not home, but 
dispatch attempted contact via public 
service with no answer. The dog stayed on 
it's property and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Sunday, June 17, 2018
09:49 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183855
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
554 FRANKLIN ST SALEM


Complainant: BADER, JACKIE 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a check well being of a female subject who 
had an altercation at work and quit her job. 
The complainant stated that the female 
subject was upset and walked home. 

Officers spoke with the female subject who 
advised she was fine and was just upset 
with an ongoing issue at work.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183856
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
Speak To Officer
140 WOODLAND AVE SALEM

Complainant: ARTURO LEON

Officers spoke with a male complainant who 
was attempting to get permission to block 
an alleyway for a couple of hours to replace 
a roof on a home. Due to the residence 
being near the alleyway and safety issues 
Officers granted permission to the roofing 
company to close the alleyway.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183858
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
Bad Checks
517 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM


Complainant: ,TERESA 

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a bad check. The complainant 
was provided a bad check packet and 
advised to follow the procedures for 
possible reimbursement or charges.




Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183859
Date: Saturday, June 16, 201 8
Water Line Break / Leak
BENTON RD / ALLEN RD SALEM


Complainant: Perry Twp PD


Officer(s) responded to the above location. 
The Salem Fire Dept was on scene.

It was found that the water break was on 
Perry Townships side with Perry Officer on 
scene also. The Salem Water Dept had 
been notified.


Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183860
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
500 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle parked on the 
sidewalk. Officers located the vehicle and 
spoke with the owner who just parked there 
to drop off items to a resident at the Smith 
Center. Officers advised the female subject 
to park in the parking lot next time and not 
the sidewalk.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183861
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Theft
396 E STATE ST B SALEM
BARBER/BEAUTY SHOP


Complainant: TATIANA TOALSTON

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised that, 
a female client came in for an appointed 
hair coloring at 10:45hrs this date. The 
coloring was placed on the hair and the 
client left out side to smoke. The client 
came back in and sat in the chair then went 
and use the bathroom.

The client then picked up her cigarettes and 
went back out side again. The complainant 
felt the client was going out to smoke again.

The client was out side for a while and the 
complainant went out side looking for her 
and found the client had left, this was at 
approximately 11:15hrs.

The client left with out paying for the hair 
appointment, coloring, and with an water 
resistant apron black in color.

Officer advised the complainant that a 
voluntary statement would be needed and a 
packet would be completed and sent to the 
Prosecutors Office for review of the theft of 
services and of the apron.

NOTE: The complainant did call the client 
and the client hung up on her.

At 1400hrs this officer attempted to make 
contact with the client on the phone but had 
to leave a voice message. Officer advised 
of the complaint and to contact this 
department.



Ptl. French O41




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183862
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
Accident Private Property 
2401 E STATE ST F SALEM
GIANT EAGLE PARKING LOT


UNIT # 1  Driver/Owner MARK BAKER 

UNIT # 2 Driver/Owner JUSTIN MCKINNEY 



Two Vehicle Private Property Accident. 

Both Unit # 1 and Unit # 2 were parked in 
the Giant Eagle parking lot across the aisle 
from one another. Both Units attempted to 
back out from their parking spaces and 
backed into each other. Photos were taken.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183863
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Traffic Offense
780 W STATE ST


Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

Police conducted a traffic stop in the 700 
block of W. State St. The driver of the 
vehicle was suspended. K9 was requested 
and responded to the scene. The K9 alerted 
to positive narcotic indication. During the 
probable cause search an open container of 
liquor was found in the vehicle. The vehicle 
was then towed by AAA and the driver was 
cited for Driving Under Suspension and 
Open Container.


Driver: Elizabeth D. Lowry
DOB: 1986
Address: 986 Salem Pkwy
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension and 
Open Container




Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183854
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Neighbor Dispute
284 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: LANA BILLITER

Police responded to the 200 block of E. 
Fourth St. for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised officers that her 
neighbor was outside yelling and carrying 
on. Officers spoke to the subject and 
advised him of the complaint. Both parties 
involved were advised to try to keep things 
civil and to call the PD if they needed 
anything else.




Ptl John Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183853
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
Drug  Narcotic Abuse
S LINCOLN AVE / COLUMBIA SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


Officer conducted a traffic stop on a gray 
Mercury suv in the 300 block of S Lincoln 
Ave for a driver's license violation. Upon 
further investigation, K9 Argo was 
requested to the scene for an open-air sniff 
of the vehicle. The driver admitted to 
possessing cocaine and K9 Argo was 
deployed. K9 Argo alerted to the presence 
of a narcotic odor and the vehicle was 
subsequently searched. A clear plastic 
baggie of a white powder substance was 
located in a cigarette carton on the center 
console, which is believed to be cocaine. 

The driver was ultimately cited with Expired 
Driver's License (ORC 4510.12A1) and the 
powder substance will be sent to BCI for 
testing for possible charges.


Cited: Jason M. Peltz DOB 1973
620 Harper Ln
Macedonia, OH 44056
Charge: Expired Driver's License (ORC 
4510.12A1)




Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183851
Date: Saturday, June 16,2018
Suspicious Person
176 S HOWARD AVE SALEM

Complainant: MARY BOOTH


Officer responded to the 100 block of S. 
Howard Ave. for a report of a suspicious 
male subject. The complainant advised 
officer that a known male subject was 
knocking on her door and would not leave. 
Officer advised the subject of the complaint 
and sent him on his way.




Ptl John Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183849
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / S UNION AVE



Unit 1: Driver/Owner: Phillip Cline


Officers responded to the area of E State 
Street and Union Ave in regards to a crash 
with unknown injuries. Upon arrival officers 
observed a white in color Mazda 6 that had 
gone off the side of the rode on the 
SouthEast corner of the intersection. After 
speaking with the driver, Phillip Richard 
Cline, he advised officers that he is a 
diabetic and that he had been up for the last 
several hours and tired.

While speaking with Cline officers observed 
a 3 year old juvenile in the back seat of the 
vehicle as well. While speaking with 
witnesses on the scene of the crash Cline 
had fallen asleep again while still sitting in 
his vehicle.

Officers then called for Emergency Medical 
Services along with the FD to check on 
Cline.

Upon FD and EMT's arrival they then 
loaded Cline up into the back of their squad 
while officers stood by with the juvenile in 
the back seat. EMT staff then advised 
officers that Cline's blood sugar was normal 
and that he appeared to be under the 
influence of some sort of narcotic. 

Officers then questioned Cline further and 
Cline then stated that he had taken a 
percocet earlier in the evening. After the 
admission, the behavior, and him falling 
asleep while out on the stop with officers, 
Cline was then transported to Salem 
Regional Medical while officers waited on 
the juveniles mother to arrive to retrieve the 
vehicle along with her child. 

Once the juvenile's mother arrived on scene 
and retrieved the vehicle and child, officers 
then cleared and went to the hospital to 
read Cline his Ohio 2255 form and he was 
also cited for Reasonable Control 
(ORC:4511,202(A).


Arrested: Phillip Richard Cline
DOB: 1973
Charges: Endangering Children (ORC: 
2919.22 C1)
OVI (ORC: 451 1.19A1A)



PTL MILLER




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183847
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Open Burning
1195 W TENTH ST


Complainant: Anonymous, COMP

Report of open burning in the area of N 
Howard and W Ninth St. Complainant 
advised that smoke was visible. The source 
was located in the 100 block of W Tenth St. 
The Salem Fire Department responded and 
advised the subject to put the fire out 
because it was in violation of the city's 
burning code.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183846
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
E PERSHING ST
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: Brooks, PTL C 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


While on patrol officer noticed a vehicle pull 
into Centennial Park after hours. Officer 
stopped the vehicle and advised the 
occupants of the park hours. The 
passemger of the vehicle had an active 
warrant out of Trumbull County. Trumbull 
County advised they did want the male on 
his warrant. The male was placed in 
custody and transported to the Salem 
Police Department for processing and later 
released to Trumbull County SO.



Arrested: Erich W. Henkel
DOB: 1984
Offense: Warrant- FTA


PTL Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183844
Date:Friday, June 15,2018
Barking Dog
900 BLOCK OF JONES DR


Complainant: ANDREWS KEMATS

Report of barking dogs in the 900 block of 
Jones Dr. Officer located the source and 
advised the home owner of the complaint. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20183843
Date:Friday, June 15,2018
Speak To Officer
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: Brooks, PTL C 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


While on patrol officer was flagged down in 
Waterworth Memorial Park. The 
complainant advised officer that her 15 and 
9 year old daughters told her they were 
going to the duck pond and were supposed 
to be home before dark.

Officers were able to locate the juveniles at 
the duck pond and return them to their 
mother.



PTL Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183842
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Smoke Investigation
658 CEDAR ST


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460

Officer observed a lot of smoke emerging 
from the rear of a residence where the 
subject was outside open burning. Officer 
made contact and it was learned that the 
subject was burning tree branches. He was 
advised to put the fire out and did so 
without incident. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183840
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 035 a
378 E FOURTH ST SALEM


Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH

Officers responded to the 300 block of E. 
Fourth Street to attempt contact with a male 
subject who had an active arrest warrant 
out of the Columbiana County Sheriff 
Department. Officers made contact with the 
subject who was advised of the warrant and 
once it was confirmed the subject was 
placed in custody. The subject was 
transported back to the police department 
for booking and later released to a 
Columbiana County Sheriff Deputy.


Arrested: Randall J. Fegert 378 E. Fourth 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB:1964)

Warrant- Failure to Appear on Driving 
Under Suspension



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183839
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
421 W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: LaROSA, PTL S  S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811

Officer responded to the above location in 
an attempt to locate the subject on an 
outstanding warrant. Officer arrived on 
scene and made contact with the subject , 
sitting inside his vehicle. While speaking 
with the subject , this officer observed a 
hand rolled marijuana cigarette in his hand. 
The subject was taken into custody and 
then transported to the station for 
processing. 

The subject was charged with his warrant 
for Failure to Appear and MM Cite for 
Possession of Marijuana. A CCSO Deputy 
picked the subject up and transported him 
to county.


ARRESTED : Justin Batman-Smitha
421 W.State St
Salem OH 44460
DOB 1997




PTL LaRosa 907/059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183838
Date: Friday, June 15,201 8
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
437 CONTINENTAL DR


Police responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr. to check for a male subject 
with an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. Officers were able to locate the 
male and place him in custody. The male 
was taken back to the Salem Police 
Department and later released to the 
Columbiana County SO.


Arrested: William Mcfarland
DOB: 1971
Offense: Warrant- FTA Child Support



PTL Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183836
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Assist Perry Police
DEPOT / SNYDER

Complainant: LaROSA, PTL S 0 S 
BROADWAY AVE

Officer checked on a Perry Township PD 
officer , who was on a traffic stop. The 
officer then requested the use of the Kg. K9 
Argo was deployed on the vehicle and 
indicated to the presence of a narcotic odor. 
A search of the vehicle turned up nothing 
but the driver did admit to smoking 
marijuana earlier in the day. He also 
advised that the residence he just left, 
people were smoking marijuana there.



Ptl. S. LaRosa 907/059



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183835
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Check Well Being
554 F RANKLIN AVE


Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
Franklin Avenue to check the well being of 
a female subject at the request of her son 
who was out of state. Officer responded to 
the address and made contact with the 
female resident who advised that everything 
was okay and she did not need any 
assistance.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183834
Date: Friday, June 15, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
423 S LUNDY AVE A


Complainant: UNKOWN, CALLER 

A juvenile requested an officer in the 400 
block of S. Lundy. The juvenile advised he 
was crossing the roadway when a male 
subject in a vehicle bag to yell at him. The 
juvenile was upset over the incident.The 
juvenile was advised to watch his 
surroundings when crossing the roadway.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183832
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1550 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM



Police responded to the 1500 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a single motor vehicle 
accident. The driver was traveling 
eastbound when they lost control and struck 
a pole. The driver advised of no injuries and 
did not need medical assistance. FD 
assisted in blocking the roadway due to 
power lines until Ohio Edison arrived. 
Kaiser Towing removed the vehicle. Once 
the vehicle and pole was removed the 
roadway was opened up. The driver of the 
vehicle was cited for Failure To Control.



JUVENILE
Cited: 
DOB: 2002
Add: 866 Southeast Blvd
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Failure To Control



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Saturday, June 16, 2018
09:44 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183831
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Menacing I Threats
COURT DR 1
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and was advised by female juvenile that 
another female juvenile had made threats to 
doing her bodily harm over a matter that 
was seen on face book.

The female was beating on the front 
passenger side window along with a polar 
pop being thrown on the outside passenger 
side of the vehicle.

Officer advised the female juvenile along 
with a male juvenile and two adult females 
that if the issue was to be pursued farther 
officer needed the female who was 
threatened, mother to come with her and 
the others to fill out statements.

Officer was made aware that there were 
other reports also over the pass month or 
so.

Officer advised that the matter would be 
turned over to the Juvenile Bureau and 
Officer Miller.



Ptl French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183829
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SIXTH SALEM

Complainant: MARY PUMPHREY, 317 
HICKORY LANE SALEM, OH 44460


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1 : 2010 Ford 4s White in color
Owner: Mary Pumphrey 317 Hickory Lane 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Neil Pumphrey 317 Hickory Lane 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2002 Chevrolet TK Black in color
Owner/Operator: Shad Snyder 11766 W. 
Calla Rd Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was south bound on N. Ellsworth 
approaching E. 6th St. Unit #2 was also 
south bound on N. Ellsworth behind Unit #1. 
Unit #1 slowed/stopped in traffic and Unit 
#2 failed to stop striking Unit #1 in the rear 
with its' front.

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



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183833
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Child Abuse
POOLSIDE DR A
PARK PLAYGROUND
 
Complainant: AMANDA GOODMAN

Officer responded to the above locaion in 
reference to a child abuse complaint. 
Contact was made with the complainant , 
who advised that an unknown female was 
observed slapping and punching her 
daughter.

Complainant advised that she was able to 
hear the girl scream and then the unknown 
subject left the area. 

A description of the vehicle was put out but 
officers were unable to locate it. The vehicle 
had an Alliance address.

This officer called Alliance PD to do a 
welfare check on the juvenile.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183801
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road 
348 W SEVENTH ST SALEM

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 300 
block of West 7th St for a report of wires 
down in the roadway. On arrival officers 
located the wires in question. The FD were 
able to secure the wires (cable TV) and 
officers cleared.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183803
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 1900 block of 
East State St for a reported three vehicle 
accident. Both units # 1 and # 2 had been 
traveling east in the 1900 block of East 
State St when the drivers stopped for traffic. 
Unit # 3 had also been traveling east in the 
1900 block of East State St when the driver 
failed to stop for traffic. This action caused 
unit # 3 to strike unit # 2 from behind. Due 
to the impact unit # 2 then struck unit # 1 
from behind. 

There were no reported injuries and all the 
vehicles were driven from the scene. The 
driver of Unit # 3 was cited for A.C.D.A.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Dieter Johnson
vehicle / 2012 GMC


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Kayla J Bringham
vehicle / 2017 Buick


Unit # 3 / owner / Tammy Owens
driver / Octavia Coppock
vehicle / 2002 Chevy




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183804
Date: Thursday, June 14,2048
Suspicious Person
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A


Complainant: DAVIS, DET B 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a suspicious person. 
Complainant advised an unknown male was 
just sitting in their lobby. Officer did locate 
the male leaving the building and learned 
he was using the wifi. 

Staff was advised to call if there are any 
future problems.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183805
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Assist Perry Police
FRANKLIN AVE
CEMETERY

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP, POLICE 
2198 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM, 
(330)337-7836

Reporting officer responded to the above 
location to assist Perry Twp Police. Upon 
this officers arrival contact had been made 
with the officers and units were clearing 
This officer then cleared from the scene.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183809
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
265 N ELLSWORTH AVE F SALEM


Officer responded to the 200 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for a report of a sale of 
tobacco to underage children. Officer 
arrived and spoke to the complainanat as 
well as the business employees. The 
incident is under investigation.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183810
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Traffic Signal Malfunction
E STATE ST / S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the intersection of N 
Lundy Ave and E State St for a traffic signal 
malfunction. Officer checked the traffic light 
and it appeared to be functioning properly.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183811
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Animal Complaint
1000 W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 1000 block of W 
State St for an animal complaint. The 
complainant advised several dogs were left 
inside a vehicle with the windows cracked. 
Officer checked on the well being of the 
dogs and they appeared to be ok. The 
vehicle was also running with the air 
conditioning on.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183812
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 24 SALEM

Complainant: MISTY PRATER

Officer responded to the 1200 block of SE 
Boulevard for a juvenile custody dispute. 
The complainant advised that her daughter 
did not wish to return to her father's 
residence due to statements being made. 
The complainant also advised that she was 
in contact with her attorney. She was 
advised that the matter was a civil issue but 
officers would document the statements 
made by the daughter.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183813
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: Brad 

Officer spoke with a complainant regarding 
a theft from the 900 block of E State St. The 
complainant advised that someone pumped 
$20.05 worth of gasoline and then left 
without rendering payment. Officer issued a 
report number.



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Salem Police Department#: 20183814
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Harassment


Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officer spoke with a complainant in the 
1800 block of Whinnery regarding 
harassment. The information was gathered 
and the complainant was advised that a 
report would be on file.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183816
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Officer was on routine patrol in Centennial 
Park and noticed several subjects standing 
next to a vehicle after hours.

The subjects advised that they lost track of 
time but would leave immediately. The 
subjects were identified and stated they 
would be moving to a public parking lot.


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Salem Police STORY #: 20183817
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Traffic Offense 
RAILROAD CROSSING / S ELLSWORTH 
SALEM


Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While on patrol officer did observe a vehicle 
with an equipment violation. Officer did 
initiate a traffic stop with the vehicle on 
Railroad near S Ellsworth. During the stop 
the driver was found to not have a valid 
drivers license. The driver was issued a 
traffic citation and Sinsleys did tow the 
vehicle from the scene.



Cited: Cameron Lease Croxton
DOB: 1991
Address: 1268 Cedar Ridge Apt. C Salem, 
OH 44460
Charge: DUS - Non Compliance



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183818
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Traffic Offense
S LINCOLN AVE / E EUCLID


Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, (330)337-7811

This officer initiated a traffic stop on S 
Lincoln Ave after noticing a vehicle with no 
license plate light. During the stop, both the 
driver and passenger were found to have a 
suspended license. A consent to search the 
vehicle was initiated and did yield to 
multiple open cold beer cans. A valid, sober 
driver did retrieve the vehicle and and 
officers cleared without further incident.


Cited: Amber L Nguyen
DOB: 1984
Address: 12166 Desellem Rd, Lisbon OH 
44432
Charge: Driving Under Suspension


Cited: Jared Coil
DOB: 1987
Address: 10437 Steubenville Pike, Lisbon 
OH 44432
Charge: Possession of Open Container




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183819
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Recovered Bicycle
1078 E THIRD ST SALEM


Officer responded to the 1000 block of E 
Third St for a recovered bicycle. The bicycle 
was collected by the fire department and 
officers spoke with the complainant. The 
bicycle was brought back to the Salem 
Police Department.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183820
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Harassment
1077 E EHRD ST SALEM


Complainant: VIRGINIA BREDLINGER

Officer responded to the 1000 block of E 
Third St for a harassment report. The 
complainant advised that two male subjects 
continued to come to her residence and try 
to sell items. One of the male subjects was 
advised that he was criminally trespassed 
from the residence.The complainant was 
advised to contact the police department if 
the other male subject returned to the 
residence so he could also be criminally 
trespassed and identified.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183821
Date: Friday, June 15,2018
Assist Perry Police


Complainant: PTPD, POLICE 0 , OH 
(330)332-1000

Officer responded to the area of St Rt 62 
and 45 to assist Perry PD on a traffic stop. 
K9 Simon was requested and did respond. 
Upon arrival, Simon was deployed and did 
indicate to the odor of narcotics. Officers 
stood by for safety while Perry PD 
conducted there investigation.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183800
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Smoke Investigation
201 S LINCOLN AVE F


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a vehicle was 
smoking while traveling northbound on S. 
Lincoln Ave. Officers located the vehicle 
and informed them to pull into a parking lot. 
Officers advised the driver of the complaint 
and she advised it was probably an exhaust 
issues. The driver stated the issue would be 
addressed.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183799
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Loud Exhaust On MV
284 E FOURTH ST SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
North Broadway for a report of a vehicle 
with a loud exhaust. While en route to the 
call officers located the vehicle in question 
in the 900 block of South Broadway and 
spoke with the operator. The man was 
advised of the complaint and officers 
cleared. No violations were observed.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183798
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Ambulance Needed
231 S BROADWAY AVE B
GOVERNMENT BLDG.

Complainant: RHONDA NELSON

Officers delt with a complainant on station 
for an unknown medical condition. While 
speaking to the complainant officers 
advised KLG to assist. The complainant 
was then transported to Salem Regional 
Hospital for evaluation.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183797
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Dog At Large 
223 W PERSHING ST


Officers responded to the 200 block of W. 
Pershing St. for a report of a dog at large. 
Officers spoke to the owner of the K9 and 
advised her that she could be cited for Dog 
at Large if the issue continues. The owner 
stated that she understood and officer 
cleared.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183796
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Accidental Damage 
193 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of 
accidental damage. Upon arrival, unit #1 
advised he opened his car door and it 
struck unit #2 which was parked north of 
unit #1.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183794
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Recovered Property
1260 E FOURTEENTH ST


Complainant: RANDY SOLIDAY

Officers responded to the 1200 block of E. 
14th St. for property that had been located. 
Officers met with the complainant who 
stated he found a bottle of pills when he 
was mowing his lawn, and was unsure of 
what to do with them. 

Officers advised that they could dispose of 
the property for him.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183793
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Fraud 
1344 N ELLSWORTH AVE 1 SALEM


Complainant: HEIDI COMBS

Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
North Ellsworth for a report of a possible 
fraud. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
she had received a call from a person 
claiming to be from a government agency 
who advised her she had multiple warrants 
out for her arrest. 

Officers advised the complainant that the 
call was a scam and attempt to solicit 
money from her. Officers cleared.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183792
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Suspicious Person
1136 E STATE ST A SALEM


Complainant: KEISTER, PTL R 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


While on patrol officers spoke with the 
employees of a business in the 1100 block 
of East State St who advised of a 
suspicious person who had been in the 
area. Officers advised the persons of he 
options for dealing with the situation. 

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183791
S Broadway Ave
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
2875 E STATE STA


Complainant: RUSTY RUSSELL

Officers responded to the 2800 block of E. 
State St. for a report of a vehicle that had 
been broken into. Officers met with the 
complainant who stated his wife had arrived 
at work earlier in the day and when she 
came out for lunch she noticed her items in 
the center console had been thrown onto 
the passenger seat and her door was 
unlocked.

She also noticed damage done to the 
underside of the driver side door. Officers 
were able to talk to Walmart Loss 
Prevention and gain access to video of the 
event.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183790
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Speak To Officer
1224 E TENTH ST


Complainant: KELLI MILLER

Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer. The complainant advised on 
02/28/18 she moved from Baltimore, MD 
and had Unified Movers transport her 
property. The complainant further stated 
that her stuff was placed into storage in an 
unknown location outside of Salem by the 
company. The complainant recently 
requested her property be delivered and 
believes the company is being fraudulent. 

The complainant was informed to contact 
the police agency where she lived in 
Baltimore, MD due to the fact nothing 
criminal occurred within the city of Salem.



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Friday, June 15, 2018
11:00 AM -0500

Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0614 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 20:44:00
Animal complaint
1271 W. State St


Police responded to W. State ST. for a 
report of barking dogs. Police spoke with 
the owner of the dogs and were given a 
warning.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0611 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 02:10:00
Noise Complaint
1360 W. State St, #27


Caller/Complainant: Anonymous, Caller



Officers responded to a noise complaint at 
1360 W. State St Lot #27. Anonymous 
caller stated that subjects are out back 
yelling and running through the woods. 

Officers arrived and found a bonfire out 
back of Lot # 27. Officers advised subjects 
of the complaint and they stated that they 
would keep the noise down. Officers 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0613 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 15:07:00
Medical
Grandview Cemetery


Caller/Complainant: KLG


Police responded to the 1300 blk of Franklin 
Ave for a report of a medical issue related 
to a fall and the victim becoming combative 
with emergency personnel. Upon arrival the 
subject was restrained and calm. The 
subject was transported to the Salem 
Hospital for treatment.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0605 06 
Date: 06/12/2018 06:29:00
Suspicious person
SR 344 and Cunningham Rd


Officer responded to a report of a 
suspicious female walking eastbound on 
SR 344 at Cunningham Rd. Officer checked 
the area to the township line but could not 
locate the female.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0602 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 21:41:00
Animal complaint
1255 W State St


Officers returned a phone call to a 
complainant who advised his neighbors 
dogs keep barking. The complainant 
advised that he was going to try and take 
care of it himself but wanted a report on file. 
Officers advised that if any more problems 
occurred to call the police department.



Officer(s)
Justin Hays 929




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0615 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 23:55:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
SR 45 bypass at W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle 
with fictitious registration and expired 
registration on SR 45 bypass and W. State 
St.

Officer found that the driver, Matthew 
Poteet (27) of Alliance, had a valid drivers 
license. 

The vehicle, 2000 Ford F150, was towed by 
Sinsley's Towing from the scene with a hold 
for a valid registration. 

Mr. Poteet was cited for fictitious 
registration and expired registration. Mr. 
Poteet was given a court date of 06-21-
2018 at 0830 hrs in Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0612 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 03:35:00
911 hang-up
1770 Painter Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a reported open 911 
phone line at 1770 Painter Rd. Officer 
arrived and spoke with a female living at the 
residence. The female stated that she 
believes that her phone dialed 911 while in 
her pocket and stated that there was no 
problem at the residence. Officer cleared 
without incident.




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0610 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 01:17:00
Civil Complaint
1770 Painter Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Samantha Morgan



Police responded to Painter Rd for a report 
of a civil complaint. Police spoke with the 
complainants in reference to evicting their 
adult daughter. Police advised the 
complainants of their options.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0609 06 
Date: 06/13/2018 20:43:00
Open door
2280 Allen Rd.



Police responded to the above address for 
a female complainant that left her door 
open while away from home. Police cleared 
the inside of the home and cleared.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0607 06 
Date: 06/12/2018 13:26:00
Medical
C. R. 410 A-N. Ellsworth Ave. @ US 62


A good samaritan advised police of a 
subject laying next to a vehicle on C.R. 410 
A-N. Ellsworth Ave. & US 62. Police arrived 
on scene and found Robyn Alyssa 
Casciano-Butts (19) of 5232 E. Carpenter 
Road, Flint Michigan, sitting in her 2001 
Buick Lesabre (tan) and appeared to be 
having a reaction to antidepressant 
medication and requested medical 
attention. 

The Perry Township First responders, along 
KLG Ambulance Service responded to the 
scene. Ms. Butts was later transported at 
her request, to Salem Regional Medical 
Center for further evaluation. Ms. Butts 
vehicle was towed from the scene by 
Davidson's Towing, due to it being a hazard.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department Yes
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service Yes
DT - Davidson's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0606 06 
Date: 06/12/2018 13:12:00
Theft
859 Cunningham Road


Caller/Complainant: Chris Page


Police spoke to a male complainant, via the 
telephone who reported that one of his 
clients at Threshold Residential Services 
told him that his sister and boyfriend were 
taking money from him since 2017. Police 
responded to the residents and spoke with 
the victim, the victim stated none of these 
allegations were stated.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0604 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 22:36:00
Noise Complaint
1824 Countyside Dr.


Caller/Complainant: Brandon Smith


Police responded to the above address for 
a noise complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that he could hear loud music 
and people yelling. Upon arrival to the 
residence it was found that a pool party was 
occurring. Police spoke with the home 
owner and advised them to keep the music 
to a minimum. They complied and police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Justin Hays 929




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0603 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 22:08:00
Noise Complaint
1235 N. Lincoln Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Ladawn Humphrey


Police responded to the above address for 
a noise complaint. The complainant was not 
sure where the noise was coming from 
exactly. The noise ended up coming from a 
house in the 1200 blk of N. Lincoln Ave. 
Police had dispatch notify Salem Pd to have 
them respond to handle the incident due to 
it being in their jurisdiction. Perry Twp. 
Police stood by until the incident was 
investigated and cleared when Salem did.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Justin Hays 929



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0601 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 16:38:00
Animal complaint
1585 Egypt Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Katherine Birtalan



Police responded to the above address for 
an animal complaint. It was advised from 
the complainant that she thinks the animal 
kept at the above location was being 
neglected. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the complainant along with the animal 
owner who did advised that the animal is 
old in age and that it is taken care of. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0600 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 08:13:00
Criminal Mischief
835 E. Pine Lake Road


Caller/Complainant: Dillion Baker


Police responded to the 800blk of E. Pine 
Lake Road, and spoke with the homeowner, 
who reported that while he and his wife 
were at work, unknown person egged their 
residence over night. Complainant did not 
report any other damage to the residence, 
besides the eggs.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0599 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 01:54:00
Drunk
1202 Depot Rd.


Police responded to Depot Rd. for a report 
of a drunk male screaming loudly. Police 
spoke with the subject and advised him to 
stay inside and keep the noise to a 
minimum.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0608 06 
Date: 06/13/2018 13:14:00
Property damage accident
SR 45-W. Pidgeon Road @ C.R. 410-Depot 
Road


Caller/Complainant: OSP#15


OSP#15 requested this department to 
check on a minor accident in the area of 
Depot Road & SR 45. Police arrived on 
scene and found that Carl L. Poynter (54) of 
329 New Garden Ave, Salem, Ohio, was 
eastbound on SR 45-W. Pidgeon in his 
2006 Dodge Ram 1500 (chrome) when he 
failed to stop in assured clear distance 
ahead, striking the back of 2016 Isuzu NPR 
(white) that was stopped on SR 45-W. 
Pidgeon Road @ C.R. 410-Depot Road for 
a red light, being operated by Scott E. 
Mackall (44) of 1787 Lancaster Drive, 
Youngstown, Ohio. Both vehicles sustained 
minor damage and were driven from the 
scene. Mr. Poynter was issued a citation for 
assured clear distance ahead, with his court 
date of 06/21/2018 to appear in Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Friday, June 15, 2018
08:37 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183773
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Suspicious Activity
1387 S LINCOLN AVE 1 SALEM


Complainant: MARCELLA LOCKHART

Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
police station regarding suspicious activity 
in the 1300 block of S Lincoln Ave

The complainant was advised of her options 
for dealing with the matter.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183774
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Animal Complaint 037 a
WASHINGTON AVE / MAPLE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the area of 
Washington and Maple for a report of two 
dogs left unattended in a vehicle. On arrival 
officers located the vehicle in question and 
spoke with the animals owner who was in 
the car. The owner was advised of the 
complaint and officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183775
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
148 PENN AVE SALEM


Complainant: EMILY ELLSWORTH

Officer responded to the 100 block of Penn 
Ave for a report of a parking complaint. 
Officer could not locate the owner and the 
vehicle was issued a parking ticket.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183776
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
633 CHERRY ST SALEM 

Complainant: BEESON, PTL


Officers responded to the 600 blk of Cherry 
St for a warrant check. Upon arrival, officers 
made contact with the subject in question 
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: Samson A. Crowl
D.0.B.- 1984
633 Cherry St.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge Warrant- FTA




Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183779
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: JAMES DIES

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak with a complainant. 
The complainant had information about a 
subject with possible warrants. Officer 
gathered the information and advised other 
officers of the information.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183780
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Misc  Unknown Problem

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the area of Cherry St 
and olive for a report of a male and female 
yelling. Officers checked the area but did 
not locate anyone yelling. While checking, 
officers did locate and open door at 
Chappell and Zimmerman. 

Officers checked the building and did locate 
the owners outside who advised everything 
was okay and they left the door open.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183781
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Child Custody Dispute
560 W SIXTH ST


Officers responded to the 500 block of W 
Sixth St for a report of a child custody 
dispute. Officers arrived and spoke to the 
subjects involved who were advised that the 
matter was civil and that they would need to 
either follow the agreement or contact an 
attorney.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183782
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 100 block of S 
Ellsworth Ave for a juvenile problem. The 
complainant advised a juvenile was pushing 
a stroller in the middle of the roadway. 
Officer located the juvenile and spoke with 
his mother. She stated that she would take 
care of the situation.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183783
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Animal Complaint
FRANKLIN AVE / OHIO AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Franklin Ave and Ohio Ave for a report of a 
dog running in the street. Officer arrived on 
scene, checked the area but were unable to 
locate the dog. Officers then cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183784
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Accident No Injuy Reported
241 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of E 
State St for a motor vehicle accident without 
injury. Unit #1 was facing westbound on E 
State St at N Broadway Ave stopped for the 
red light. Unit #2 was behind Unit #1. Unit 
#2 saw the light turn green and started to 
move before Unit #1 started to move. The 
front bumper of Unit #2 struck the rear 
bumper of Unit #I. Pictures were taken of 
the vehicles, however no damage was done 
to either vehicle. 

The driver of Unit #1 had complained of 
neck pain and first responders and KLG 
were called to the scene. The driver of Unit 
#1 refused treatment and signed a waiver. 
Both vehicles were driven from the scene.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183785
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Ambulance Needed
2516 BENTLEY DR

Officers responded to the 2500 block of 
Bentley for a report of a male having trouble 
with his vehicle. While on scene, the male 
appeared to be suffering from confusion 
and the Salem FD and EMT did respond to 
evaluate the male.

The male was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183786
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
VINE AVE / E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for an equipment 
violation. During the stop, the driver did give 
consent to search the vehicle. Contraband 
was located in the vehicle and additional 
contraband was located on a male 
passenger. The passenger was taken into 
custody for Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia. The male was processed 
and later taken to the Columbiana County 
Jail.



Arrested: Anthony C Smith
DOB: 1997
Address: 205 S Howard Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia




Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183787
Date Thursday, June 14,2018
Obstructed Roadway
776 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Officer responded to the 700 blk of N. 
Ellsworth for an obstructed roadway report. 
Complainant advised there was a street 
sign laying in the roadway. Upon arrival, the 
sign was removed from the road and placed 
in the curb lawn.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183788
Date: Thursday, June 14,2018
Drug Overdose
592 E EUCLID ST


Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Euclid St for a possible drug overdose. 
When officers arrived on scene a known 
male subject was laying on the front porch 
to a residence. The male subject started 
yelling and becoming jittery. The male 
subject started to become combative with 
officers and was placed in handcuffs for his 
safety. 

First responders and KLG were called to 
the scene. The male subject admitted to 
taking drugs earlier and was having 
hallucinations. He was transported to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center with 
charges pending.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Thursday, June 14, 2018
08:38 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183753
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Assault
COURT DR 1 SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: MICHAEL WERTZ

Officers responded to Centennial Park in 
reference to an assault involving a firearm. 
Complainant advised that he was on the 
street in the 500 block of S. Union Ave. with 
a friend and was arguing with a male in the 
area. He advised that some vulgarities were 
exchanged and another male exited his 
residence and told them to leave the 
neighborhood. Complainant advised that 
the male placed his hands on him and 
grabbed his vehicle. Complainant further 
advised that the male lifted up his shirt and 
brandished a revolver, which was tucked 
into his waist band.

Officers made contact with the subject at 
his residence, who advised that he never 
pulled the firearm from his waist band and 
never brandished it, but that it was visible 
and in a holster the entire time.

The subject advised that nothing physical 
occurred and that he only chased the 
complainant back to his vehicle. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183755
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E PERSHING ST / S LUNDY A


Unit 1 - CITED: Operator/Owner: Barbara 
Saunier

Unit 2- Operator/Owner: Dennis Smith 


Officer responded to the intersection of E 
Pershing St and S Lundy Ave in reference 
to a two vehicle traffic crash.

Upon arrival, officer spoke with all parties 
involved, who advised there were no 
injuries. 

Unit 1, a black 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander, 
was west bound on E Pershing St, at the 
intersection of S Lundy Ave. Unit 2, a white 
1997 Lincoln Town Car, was north bound on 
S Lundy Ave, at E Pershing St. Both 
vehicles were in the center of the 
intersection and Unit 1 had struck the 
passenger side door of Unit 2. 

A witness advised that he witnessed Unit 1 
completely fail to stop at the stop sign, 
located at the intersection, and strike Unit 2 
when Unit 2 was already in the intersection. 
Unit 2 sustained functional damage to the 
front passenger door, while Unit 1 sustained 
functional damage to the front center. The 
driver of Unit 1 was cited with Stop Sign 
(Salem ORD 331.19)


Cited: Barbara A. Saunier DOB 1956
476 Benton Rd
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Stop Sign (Salem ORD 331.19)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183756
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
771 E THIRD ST SALEM

Officer responded to the 700 block of E. 
Third St, for a dispute over belongings. 
Officer advised both parties involved that 
the matter was civil. Officer did standby 
while the male half grabbed the last of his 
property and left.


Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183757
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Possible Scam 
821 W PERRY ST SALEM


Complainant: JEFFREY PITZER

Officer responded to the police department 
for a scam complaint. Officer met with the 
complainant who advised that he received a 
call from a male subject who advised he 
was from Health and Human Services in the 
state of Washington and that the 
complainant won a $14,000.00 grant to help 
him with life expenses. The complainant 
advised that he went to Giant Eagle and got 
Google Play cards in the amount of 
$1,480.00 and gave the numbers the back 
of the cards to the male that called him. 

The complainant advised he took the 
money out of two different bank accounts 
and that the male also knows his debit card 
number from his one account. 

Contact information was collected for the 
report and the complainant was given a 
report number. Officer advised the 
complainant that this was a scam and 
legitimate companies would not operate this 
way.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183758
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
464 S UNION AVE SALEM

Officer responded to the 400 block of S. 
Union Ave. for a parking complaint. Officer 
was able to make contact with the owner of 
the vehicle and have it moved.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183759
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Speak To Officer
929 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: AMANDA ALBERTSON,  SR 
213 TORONTO, OH 43964 

Officer responded to the 900 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she was 
from Toronto, Ohio and that she was in 
Salem with friends She advised that her 
friends got into an altercation so she left 
and didn't have anywhere to go. 

Officer provided the subject with a courtesy 
transport to the lobby of the Police 
Department so she could wait for a ride to 
come pick her up.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183760
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Check Well Being
1262 S LINCOLN AVE B


Complainant: ANDREW SPOONER,  
NAVARRE, OH 444662 

Officer was dispatched to the 1200 block of 
S. Lincoln Avenue for a well being check on 
a female juvenile. Officer responded and 
met with the juvenile female and her 
mother. Officer found no concerns at the 
time in regards to the juvenile and 
everything appeared to be fine at the 
residence. The mother of the juvenile 
advised that she has been having issues 
with the complainant who is the father of 
her daughter. 

Officer contacted the complainant back and 
advised him of the findings. The 
complainant advised he wanted children 
services to be contacted and he was 
advised that nothing was observed by the 
officer that would warrant a call to them. 

Officer advised the complainant that if he 
had other knowledge that he could contact 
children services himself.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183761
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018 ' * <
Neighbor Dispute
1078 E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: JASON MAENZ

Police responded to the 1000 block of E. 
Third St. for a neighbor dispute. Upon 
arrival officers made contact with both 
parties involved who were having a dispute 
over stolen property from the previous day. 
The complainant advised officer that the 
other party involved admitted to him that he 
took his lawn mower. Officer questioned 
both the male and female subject the 
previous day about the incident, however 
the subjects denied having anything to do 
with the theft.

Mr. Sandoe along with his wife Makayla 
Sandoe advised officers that they did take 
the lawn mower the previous day and were 
afraid of the consequences so they lied 
about it. 

Mr. Sandoe was charged with Theft and 
Obstruction Of Official Business, Mrs. 
Sandoe was charged with Obstruction Of 
Official Business. Both were transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Avery L Sandoe
DOB: 1995
Offense: Theft ORC 2913.02, Obstruction 
Of Official Business ORC 2921.31


Arrested: Makayla S Sandoe
DOB: 1997
Offense: Obstruction Of Official Business 
ORC 2921.31



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183762
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: TRAVIS MITCHELL

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer of a suspicious 
female in the 200 block of Hawley Ave. 
asking questions regarding the security of 
his building. 

The complainant advised officer he just 
wanted a report on file. Officers advised the 
complainant they would patrol the area 
more frequently.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183763
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1630 WESTVIEW AVE


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a domestic dispute. Officer 
arrived on scene and made contact with the 
male half , who advised that the actual 
incident occurred hours ago and the female 
half was gone.

The male wanted to know his options since 
his wife had left with their children and went 
to another state. The male was explained 
his options and advised to call back if 
needed.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183764
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Suspicious Activity 
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILRAOD X SALEM


Police were advised of a possible vehicle 
on the railroad tracks near S. Lincoln Ave. 
traveling westbound. 

Police searched the tracks on W. Wilson, 
Newgarden, and S. Ellsworth. Police did not 
observe any vehicle on the tracks.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183765
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460


Officers on station were following up on a 
previous investigation involving the subject, 
who was waiting at the police department 
for her mother to pick her up. While officers 
were speaking with the subject, she was 
acting very paranoid and worried for her life. 
When the subject's mother arrived on 
station, the subject ran to her mother's 
vehicle. 

Her mother stopped her vehicle to speak 
with officers and as she did so, the subject 
slammed her hand on the gas pedal of her 
mother's vehicle, which almost caused a 
crash with a marked patrol unit. 

Officers removed the subject from the 
vehicle and she was subsequently 
detained. The subject ultimately elected to 
be transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for evaluation. She was 
transported by EMT Ambulance a short 
time later. 

A hypodermic needle and a clear baggie of 
an unknown crystalline substance were 
located on the subject's person while at the 
hospital. These items were seized and 
placed into evidence. The unknown 
substance will be sent to BC for testing with 
possible charges pending. 

After release from the hospital, the subject 
was taken into custody for Possessing Drug 
Abuse lnstruments (ORC 2925.12A) and 
was transported to the police department 
for processing.

She was later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Amanda R. Albertson DOB 1993
9069 SR 213
Toronto, OH 43964
Charge: Possessing Drug Abuse 
lnstruments (ORC 2925.112A) M2


Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183766
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Vehicle Fire 
N LINCOLN AVE / SUPERIOR SALEM


Complainant: BRIAN YARWOOD

Officers responded to N. Lincoln Avenue 
near Superior Avenue along with the fire 
department for a vehicle on fire.

Officers located the vehicle, a white 
Mercury Villager mini-van, on N. Lincoln 
Avenue just north of Superior Avenue that 
was filled with smoke and started to show 
flame from the engine. Contact was made 
with the complainant / owner who advised 
he was not injured and no one was inside 
the van. The complainant advised that the 
vehicle started to over heat and then shut 
off. He was advised by a citizen driving 
behind him that the vehicle was on fire.

Photographs were obtained of the vehicle 
and the engine was severely damaged. 
Davidsons towing responded and removed 
the vehicle from the roadway.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183767
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Dispute /NO Threats/Violence
WALMART


Complainant: TERRI STALLSMITH

Officers responded to the 2800 block of E. 
State St. for a dispute. Officers arrived and 
both parties were already separated. 
Officers then spoke to the complainant who 
stated that the argument was over a road 
rage incident.

Officers advised both parties to stay away 
from each other to avoid further conflict. 
Both parties went their separate ways and 
officers cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183768
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Stolen Bicycle
491 REILLY AVE C
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER DAVIS

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Washigngton Ave. for a theft report. Officer 
spoke to the complainant who stated that 
his son was at the school play ground 
around the corner and he left his bike to go 
with his friends, and when he came back 
the bike was gone. 

Officers were able to get a description of 
the bike as well as a possible Serial 
Number. Officers then searched the area 
with negative contact.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183769
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
775 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: ANTHONY PAUMIER

Officers responded to the 700 block of 
South Lundy for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the complainant.  The 
complainant stated that someone unknown 
to him had taken the trash can (rolling type 
from Republic) from the property without his 
permission. The complainant was provided 
with a report number for the company. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183770
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Dog At Large
285 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about a dog running at large in their 
neighborhood. The complainant had the 
dog in question with her and officers were 
able to identify the owner. Officers spoke 
with the owner who responded to the 
station to pick up the animal. Officers 
warned the animals owner about it running 
at large. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183771
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
771 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ROY SHEDD

Complainant on station to report an 
unknown person(@ entered his vehicle and 
removed his wallet/cell phone. The vehicle 
was parked at the above stated location 
and the theft was believed to have occurred 
on 06/10/18.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183772
Date: Wednesday, June 13,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
813 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM


Complainant: GENE SCHNADER

OfFicer(s) responded to the 800 block of 
New Garden for a report of criminal 
damage. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to him had broken the 
windows in his building and kicked the door 
open. Officers advised the complainant of 
the options for dealing with the situation.

Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Wednesday, June 13, 2018
09:11 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183746
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Vehicle B&E  Trespass
1788 MAPLE ST SALEM


Complainant: TARYN GRODHAUS

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle break-in. Officers 
spoke with the complainant who stated 
sometime overnight an unknown subject(s) 
entered their vehicle and removed several 
items. The complainar
requested an extra watch in the area.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183747
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Speak To Officer 

Complainant: BRITTANY EVERSOLE

officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that she had transported 
another female/friend of hers back and forth 
to work at a local manufacturing plant in the 
City. The female friend advised her she 
could keep the basket of items in her 
residence / friends until she had a place to 
put them. That way she didn't have to carry 
them around it
her vehicle. The friend placed them in her 
closet at a residence in the 800blk of E. 3rd 
St.

The female friend is doesn't work with the 
complainant anymore so, the complainant 
has tried to get her basket and items back 
but the female will not answer any calls, 
texts, any type of communications. Even a 
third party friend has tried to help.

The female has had the property for 
approximately three weeks now and the 
complainant advised she has given her 
many ways of returning the property but the 
female always has an excuse.

The complainant is afraid that the female 
will try to destroy the property. Officer went 
to the residence in the 800blk of E. 3rd with 
the complainant but the female did not 
answer the door even though music was 
playing and a hair dryer/type sound could 
be heard.

Officer left a red message on the door with 
this report number on it advising the female 
friend to attempt to make contact with the 
complainant and talk about the return of the 
property and this situation.

The complainant was advised by the third 
party that the female had made the 
statement that if she came to her residence 
to pick up the property she would contact 
the police saying she was a trespasser.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183748
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
418 W STATE ST SALEM


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: Ohio registration, PVN3757 2007 
Kenworth TK White in color
Insured with: Westfield Companies
Owner: R. T. Vernal Paving & Excavating, 
Inc. 1299 South Ave Ext. North Lima, Ohio 
44452
Operator: Michael Rudloff 13984 Jane St 
Columbiana, Ohio 44408


0ther:Utility Pole 400blk W. State St
Owner: Ohio Edison
Pole # 1000N-146


Unit #1 was unloading asphalt ground 
material in the parking lot area off of 
Pennsylvania Ave by the Electric Dept
of the City.

The dump bed was raised and caught the 
wires to the utility pole pulling the wires 
down on top of Unit # 1 in the
front.

The pole broke and was leaning towards 
the north from around the bridge/over pass 
Dean Cranmer Bridge.

Operator of Unit #1 advised he was 
watching the wires to the one side but failed 
to see the others on the other side




Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183749 
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Recovered Bicycle
872 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: MELINDA SMALLEY,

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a found bicycle which was 
reported stolen last night. Officer along with 
the complainant located the stolen bicycle 
in a vacant residence in the front yard, the 
complainant recovered the bicycle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183750
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
156 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM
RESTAURANT


Report of a female with an active warrant at 
the above noted location. Officers 
responded and checked the interior of the 
business, but employees advised that she 
left prior to officers arrival. Officers checked 
the area, but she was not located. One 
employee advised that she may have left as 
a passenger in a vehicle.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183739
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Traffic Offense
423 S LUNDY AVE A SALEM


Complainant: LaROSA, PTL 

Officer conducted a traffic stop on a red 
Dodge Dakota, which matched the 
description involved in a recent theft.

The investigating officer also responded 
and spoke with the occupants. While on 
scene , K9 Argo was run around the vehicle 
and he indicated to the presence of a 
narcotic odor. A search of the vehicle turned 
up nothing but the occupants admitted to 
having smoked marijuana in there. As for 
the theft , they denied any involvement.



PTL LaROSA



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183751
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Vehicle B&E Trespass
1265 CEDAR RIDGE DR D


Complainant: SHAWN HOFF, CEDAR 
RIDGE DR
Complainant: SHAWN HOFF,  STATE 
ROUTE 46 NEW WATERFORD, OH

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of vehicles entered. The 
complainant advised that sometime 
overnight, someone entered both their 
vehicles that were parked in their rear 
driveway of their apartment. The 
complainant advised that CD's and change 
were taken from his Blazer as well as the 
passenger side mirror broken.

The suspect(s) also had the stereo partially 
pulled out in an apparent attempt to take it. 
The complainants girlfriend advised that the 
suspect(s) entered her Camaro and 
removed the handicap placard, a phone 
charger and Victoria secret body spray. 

An extra patrol was requested during the 
night time hours.




Sgt. D. Green / 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183752
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: MARY HAMILTON

Complainant on station to make a report in 
reference to a civil matter. Complainant 
advised that she won a settlement of a lump 
sum of money over $2,000.00 and was 
wanting her money. However, complainant 
advised that the Social Security 
Administration and the Columbiana County 
Dept. of Mental Health was holding her 
money and would only give her $50.00 per 
month to live on. Complainant was advised 
that the incident was civil in nature and 
referred to speak with the correct agency.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183718
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
B&E  Trespass
1393 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM


Complainant: BRIAN BAILEY


Officers responded to the above location for 
a vehicle break-in. Officers spoke to the 
complainant who stated both of his vehicles 
were broken into sometime overnight. Both 
vehicles were left unlocked, multiple items 
were taken from the vehicles. Officers 
advised the complainant to always lock their 
vehicles.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183731
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Traffic Offense
406 FRANKLIN AVE 


Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

Police conducted a traffic stop in the 400 
block of Franklin Ave. The female subject 
was given a warning for improper 
registration.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183735
Date: Monday, June 11,201 8
Neighbor Dispute
813 BARCLAY AVE

Complainant: BRIAN FULLUM

Complainant requested officers to the 
above residence in reference to a neighbor 
dispute. Complainant advised that his wheel 
barrow and tools were taken into the a 
neighbor's garage and the subjects at that 
residence would not give them back. 
Officers spoke with the subjects at the 
residence who advised that they were 
cleaning up the property for a family friend 
and that they observed the complainants 
tools on the property a few days prior to this 
report. They advised that the tools was 
taken into the garage and locked up by their 
mother, who is the only person with access 
to the garage. The subject's mother 
responded a short time later and the tools 
were returned. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183736
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Suspicious Person
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL


Complainant: AMBULANCE, KLG 0 S 
LINCOLN AVE SALEM, (330)337-4555

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a vehicle break-in in progress. 
Officers arrived on scene and did not 
observe anyone in the area. Contact was 
made with the security there , who advised 
that the subject in question did not break in 
to a vehicle, but just walked around it. 
Security advised that the subject was 
waiting on a ride, which officers were 
advised by dispatch was on the way.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183737
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Theft
1008 E THIRD ST


Complainant: VONDA CRANE


Officer responded to the 1000 block of E. 
Third St. to take a report of theft. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
took his lawn mower while he was inside. 
Officer provided the complainant with the 
report number. The matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183738
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Open Burning
785 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

Complainant: CHRISTOPHER REITER

Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Newgarden Ave. in reference to an open 
burning complainant. Complainant advised 
of three juveniles who were playing with fire 
and using accelerators on the fire. Officers 
located the three juveniles inside their 
residence and spoke with them about the 
complaint. The Salem Fire Department also 
responded, but the fire was already out. 
They were advised to stop lighting things on 
fire. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183740
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
462 W FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL

Police responded to the 400 block of W. 
Fourth St. to check for a male subject with 
an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. Officers were not able to locate the 
male.



Ptl. Brooks




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183741
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
361 N B ROADWAY AVE 1/2 SALEM


Complainant: HERY SALAMANCA

Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of 
N. Broadway Avenue for a report of a 
juvenile incident which was called in by a 
translator who was en route to the 
residence due to a language barrier. Officer 
responded and was advised by the 
translator of an issue involving a 9 yoa male 
juvenile and two other male juveniles ages 
6 and 10. Officer was able to speak to two 
of the male juveniles who advised that the 
6yoa male was pushed to the ground and 
hit by the 9yoa male who does not reside 
there. They further advised that the boy 
continues to come around when he is not 
invited and always causes issues. 

The complainant stated that he is 
concerned because the other boy involved 
is home alone while his father goes to work. 

Officer made contact with the other boy in 
the 400 block of Columbia Street and 
advised he did push the younger boy down, 
but he was kicked by the boy first. The boy 
was advised not to go back to the residence 
on N. Broadway Ave. 

Children Services was forwarded the report 
in regards to the boy being left alone while 
his father was at work.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183742
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Power Equipment
1235 N LINCOLN AVE

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


On 6-11-2018 officers responded to the 
12000 block of N Lincoln Ave in regards to 
a noise complaint. Upon arrival officers 
discovered two male subjects dropping off 
material to work on the house the following 
morning. Officers there spoke with the 
property owner to confirm this. With nothing 
criminal taking place officers advised the 
subjects to drop the material off and then 
leave for the night. Officers then cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917/098)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183744
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL J 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811

While on patrol officer noticed a vehicle in 
Centennial Park after hours. Officer was 
able to locate several subjects playing 
basketball. Officer advised the subjects of 
the parks hours and sent them on their way.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183745
Date: Tuesday, June 12,2018
Theft
872 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: MELINDA SMALLEY

On 6-2-2018 officers responded to the 800 
block of Newgarden Ave. in regards to a 
theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that someone 
stole an orange Mongoose bicycle from her 
backyard within the past few hours. 
Complainant was advised that a report 
would be completed.



-Ptl. D Miller (917/098)



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Tuesday, June 12, 2018
07:13 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183734
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Suspicious Person
2203 E STATE ST


Complainant: SABRINA FORSYTHE

Police responded to a parking lot in the 
2200 block of E. State St for a suspicious 
male. The complainants advised a male 
subject was walking around in a hospital 
gown. When Police made contact with the 
male he advised he was waiting for a ride. 
The male also advised he willingly checked 
himself out of the hospital. Police made 
contact with the hospital who advised they 
did not have any missing or unaccounted 
patients.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183732
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Traffic Offense
S LINCOLN 1200 BLOCK


Complainant: LaROSA, PTL S 0 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Officer conducted a traffic stop on a 2005 
Pontiac Sunfire after learning the driver was 
operating the vehicle with a suspended 
license. It was found that the passenger, 
Adam M.Rendziniak , had and outstanding 
warrant through this county for Failure to 
Appear. Adam was taken into custody after 
the warrant was confirmed. The driver was 
issued a citation for DUS and Adam was 
then transported to the station for 
processing. Adam was later turned over to 
a CCSO Deputy , who transported him to 
jail.


ARRESTED : Adam M. Rendziniak
7443 Spillway Rd Lot 72
Lisbon OH 44432
DOB 1989


PTL LaROSA



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183733
Date Monday, June 11,2018
Recovered Property
100 BLOCK OF E PERSHING 


Complainant: FRENCH, PTL A 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460


Officer was in the back parking lot of the 
police department when a male subject 
advised that he was preparing to get into 
his vehicle when he observed a drivers 
license on the windshield of car #15. Officer 
took the license and placed it in the 
dispatch area for the owner to claim.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183728
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
771 E THIRD ST SALEM


Reporting officer arrived at 771 E 3rd St for 
someone pounding on the walls. Contact 
was made with a male subject who was 
advised of the complaint. The male subject 
stated to this officer that one of his children 
had locked a bedroom door and they had 
been attempting to open it. Reporting officer 
then cleared nothing further needed



Lt. David L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183721
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Vehicle BBE / Trespass
1995 E STATE ST A


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle that was broken into 
over the weekend. Officers watched a video 
showing a white male attenpting to access 
multiple vehicles in the parkinggarage. The 
matter is
under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183723
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Civil Matter
146 E TENTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ABIGAIL SHERIDAN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil matter. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated her son had an 
emergency dental appointment today When 
she talked to her ex husband about the 
dental appointment he stated he wasn't 
going to bring their son and told her to 
reschedule the appointment. The 
complainant stated her ex husband has 
visitation rights for the summer. Officers 
advised the complainant to contact her 
lawyer over the matter.



Ptl. M. Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183725
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Reckless Operator
ROOSEVELT AVE / E STATE ST SALEM 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location in 
search of a reportedly reckless operator 
bearing Ohio registration GTM8401 a gold 
colored Chevrolet 4S heading west bound 
on E State from Roosevelt. Officer checked 
the area and did not locate the vehicle.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183726
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Criminal Trespassing
516 E STATE ST

Complainant: JAMES JACKSON

Officers responded to the above location for 
report of an attempted criminal trespass. 
Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated sometime over the weekend an 
unknown subjee) attempted to gain access 
to a locked door. The door was tampered 
with but was never opened and remained 
locked.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183727
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Speak To Officer
1388 S LINCOLN AVE 2


Complainant: NELSON, RHONDA SUSAN 
1388 S LINCOLN AVE 2 SALEM, OH 
44460 (330) 754-7372


(6/11/2018 12:09:53 By: 144) SHE WANTS 
TO SPEAK ABOUT HER SITUATION AND 
HOW TO GET HELP. I THINK SHE IS A 10-
39. SHE IS 68, THINKS HER CARETAKER 
IS MIXING UP HER MEDICATIONS AND 
THAT HE AND HER SISTER ARE OUT TO 
GET HER


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the female and male tenants of the 
residence. The female advised that she was 
being held in the residence and not allowed 
to leave. The male subject (ex-husband) 
who resides there also advised that the 
female had grabbed his arm trying to take 
his phone away from him.

The female advised she felt that he was 
trying to get her put away.

The ex advised she was'nt taking care of 
herself. He just wanted her to take care of 
herself. There is no power of attorney for 
her.


Officer advised the female she should not 
touch him trying to get his phone to use if 
he does not allow her, since it's his.

Officer advised the male not to hold her in 
the residence.

Both denied any such actions against each 
other. The female wanted to contact an 
attorney and the manager of the complex. 
Officer advised her she could when ever 
she wanted and possibly the manager 
would let her use the phone in the office 
there.

Officer explained also that this appears to 
be a civil matter over the things they were 
discussing but that touching one over the 
phone and holding some one against their 
will are crimes.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183699
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
1647 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: DAVID CROSLEY

Officers responded to the 1600 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a report of Criminal 
Damage. Officers spoke to the complainant 
who stated that the damage done to the 
building would have been between 2115 hrs 
on 6/9/2018 and 0600 hrs on 6/10/2018. 
The complainant stated that he just need a 
report to document the damage.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183700
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Theft
1049 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: JOHN RODDEN

Officers responded to the 1000 block of E. 
Third St. for a report of a theft. Officers 
arrived and spoke to the complainant who 
stated her son had stolen her phone. The 
complainant stated that her son had asked 
her to use the phone and she said yes he 
could. She did not specify when he needed 
to return it. Officers advised that this may 
be a civil issue and that it would be sent for 
review with the prosecutors office.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183701
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Accident Private Property 
1239 W STATE ST SALEM
FAMILY DOLLAR



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a hitlskip accident. 
Upon arrival, officer located a female that 
stated she was advised by a witness that 
her vehicle was backed into while she was 
inside the business. The female advised 
she did not observe any damage but 
requested the incident documented. The 
witness did provide a vehicle registration.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183702
Sunday, June 10,2018
Criminal Damage To MV 
342 ROOSEVELT AVE SALEM

Complainant: BOBBY WARNER

Officer responded to the 300 block of 
Roosevelt for a report of possible criminal 
damage to a motor vehicle. Officer arrived 
and observed the damage which appeared 
to be accidental rather than criminal in 
nature. The complainant was advised of 
such and denied any further investigation.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183703
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Disabled l Stuck MV
N CUNNINGHAM RD - E STATE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
North Cunningham Rd for a report of a 
disabled vehicle. On arrival officers located 
the vehicle in question. The vehicle had 
been pulling a trailer when the trailer hitch 
came off of the truck.

With the assistance of other motorist 
officers were able to get the truck and trailer 
off the roadway and into a parking lot. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183704 Salem
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Dog At Large
N UNION AVE / E NINTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a dog at large. Upon 
arrival, officers stood by with the dogs and 
eventually the owner arrived to take control 
of the dogs.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183706
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Recovered Property
161 N LINCOLN AVE


A male brought a fire extinguisher to the 
police department that had been located in 
Sugar Tree Alley. The item will be placed in 
the lost and found and the Salem FD was 
also advised in case someone called in to 
advise it missing.




Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183707
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Traffic Offense 
E PERSHING ST / FAIR AVE SALEM

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for several violations. 
During the stop the driver gave consent to 
search the vehicle. The driver was 
ultimately given a verbal warning for the 
offenses and officer cleared.




Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183708
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
W PERSHING ST / RAIL ROAD \


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to W Pershing near the 
rail road track for a report of a tree limb 
blocking the road. Officer did remove the 
large limb from the roadway and had 
dispatch leave a note for the street 
department to have it picked up



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183709
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Check Well Being
1495 E STATE ST

Complainant: JAMIE REM

Officers were requested to check the well 
being of a female subject at 1495 E. State 
St. after the complainant advised she 
received concerning messages from the 
female contemplating harming herself. 
Upon arrival, officers attempted contact at 
the door and had negative contact. All the 
lights were on in the apartment and the 
front door was un-secured with one of the 
windows on the door busted out. 

Officer conducted a brief sweep of the 
residence and found nobody inside. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183710
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Loud Music From MV 
E PERSHING ST / CENTENNIAL 
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to Centennial Park off of 
E. Pershing St. for a report of loud music 
coming from a vehicle. Officer was already 
in the park at the time of complaint and did 
not hear loud music coming from the 
vehicle in question.

Officer did speak with the owner of the 
vehicle who advised he did put a new 
speaker system in his vehicle and was 
trying it out. He was advised to keep the 
music down and officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183711
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
120 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle in the 100 block of N Lincoln 
Ave for a registration violation. During the 
stop, the driver was found to have a 
suspended drivers license and there was a 
scent of marijuana coming from the vehicle. 
A probable cause search of the vehicle did 
yield marijuana and the passenger was 
cited for such. The driver of the vehicle was 
issued a citation for several offenses. The 
license plates on the vehicle were also 
found to be fictitious and AAA did tow the 
vehicle from the scene.


Cited: David A. Miley
DOB: 1986
Address: 39 Main St Leetonia, OH 44431
Charge: Possession of Marijuana


Cited: Peter J. Penick III
DOB: 1987
Address: 491 Mullins St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: DUS - Court
Fictitious license plates



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183712
Sunday, June 10,2018
1015 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: STEVEN BRYAN

Complainant on station to file a harassment 
report. Complainant stated a known male 
subject came to his work and made threats 
of violence towards him. Complainant 
advised he did not wish to pursue any 
criminal charges but did wish the incident to 
be on file.




Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183713
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
211 W EIGHTH ST SALEM


Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
8th St for a report of a dispute between a 
mother and son. Officers arrived and did 
speak with both parties and advised the 
male juvenile that he would need to listen to 
his mother until he turned 18 years of age. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183714
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Fight
2823 E STATE ST


Officers were dispatched to the 2800 block 
of E State Street for a report of a fight. 
Upon arrival, officers did not locate either 
subjects but did search the area. Officers 
did also check with business employees 
who did advise to not seeing any activity or 
persons with a matching description. 
Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183716
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
OHIO 100 BLOCK


Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM

This officer did observe a vehicle running in 
a shared garage for an extended period of 
time. While passing through the area once 
more, one male and one female did arrive 
on scene. Officers did gather information 
from them and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183719
Date: Monday, June 11,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
352 E THIRD ST

Complainant: BRITTANEY WATKINS, 
HANOVERTON, OH 44423 


Officer responded to the 300 blk of E. 3rd 
for a criminal damage report. Complainant 
advised that when she was leaving for work 
this morning, she noticed her front drivers 
side tire had been slashed. Complainant 
advised she was unaware of who may have 
caused the damage.



Ptl. D. Young



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Sunday, June 10, 2018
08:57 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183674
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Assault
175 W STATE ST
PARKING LOT


Complainant: TIFFANY GOODFELLOW,  
CAMPBELL RD HANOVERTON, OH 44423 


Officer responded to the Consumers Bank 
parking lot to take an alleged assault report 
that occurred in the Speedway parking lot in 
the 100 block of W. State St. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
while in the Speedway parking lot she was 
spit on by a known male subject who then 
fled the scene afterwards. Officer also 
spoke with two witnesses on scene who 
corroborated the complainants story. The 
complainant and the two witnesses were 
advised to respond to the police dept. to fill 
out written statements. 

This incident will be sent to the prosecutors 
office for review once the investigation is 
complete. Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183665 
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM


Officer spoke with two parties regarding a 
parking lot incident. A woman and her kids 
were exiting the store and a vehicle nearly 
backed into them. She yelled at the vehicle 
and he then proceeded to yell at her. He 
parked and then the woman's husband 
yelled at the driver.

Driver advised he had to back up as the 
station wagon in front of him backed up and 
almost into him. Apparently the pedestrian 
did not see that part. Driver further stated 
he did not hit the pedestrians behind him.



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183666
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a report of a shop lifter. Officer 
arrived and spoke to asset protection who 
advised that a female had failed to scan 
$34.08 worth of merchandise and then 
attempted to exit without rendering 
payment. Officer arrived and gathered 
evidence and identified the female. The 
female will be issued a warrantlsummons 
for the offense.



Ptl D Beeson 06/09/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183668
Date: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
572 FRANKLIN ST SALEM


Complainant: BADDELEY, ASHLEY SUE 
346 W WILSON ST

Officers responded to a dispute in the 500 
block of Franklin Ave. and found the matter 
to be civil in nature and no violence 
occurred during the dispute. Officers 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183670
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Accident Private Property
175 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Officer responded to the 100 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for a report of a motor vehicle 
crash on private property.

Officer arrived and found that Unit#l was 
parked in the lot when Unit#2 struck it while 
attempting to enter a parking spot. The 
driver of Unit#2 was found to be intoxicated 
and did perform SFSTs. The driver was 
subsequently taken into custody for OVI. 
The male was transported to the Salem 
Police Department for a BAC test. The 
driver was later released with a court date.


Arrested: Jeffrey E Riddle
DOB: 1959
Address: 855 Newgarden Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: OVI



Ptl D Beeson 06/09/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183672
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Ambulance Needed
949 E FOURTH ST SALEM


Officers responded to 949 E. Fourth St. 
after a male subject called advising he had 
thoughts of harming himself. Salem Fire 
Dept. First Responders and EMT 
Ambulance also responded. The male was 
ultimately transported to Salem Regional 
Medical Center for evaluation. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 83673
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Traffic Offense
1125 E STATE ST SALEM 


Complainant: GARBER, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a 
moving violation in the 1100 block of E 
State St. During the stop K9 Simon was 
deployed and indicated to the presence of 
narcotic odor. The driver was given a 
written warning for the moving violation and 
officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183676
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Animal Complaint
267 HAWLEY AVE


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Officer was on routine patrol in the 200 
block of Hawley Ave and was flagged down 
by a subject reporting an animal complaint. 
The anonymous complainant advised there 
was a cat on the roof of the residence 
nearby. Officer was able to make contact 
with the owner who stated the cat went 
through an open window and would return 
back into the residence eventually.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183677
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION 


Complainant: LEWIS, BRADLEY 

Officer took a theft report from the 900 
block of E State St. The complainant 
advised that someone pumped $42.84 
worth of gasoline and then left without 
rendering payment. A report number was 
issued.



Ptl D Beeson 06/09/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183679
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
968 E STATE ST

Complainant:  BRADLEY LEWIS

Officers at the request of a business 
advised subjects to leave the lot in the 900 
block of E State St. After several attempts 
by officers due to the number of people 
coming in after moving other vehicles the lot 
was cleared. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183680
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Child  Juvenile Problem 
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 24 SALEM


Complainant: MISTY PRATER


Officer responded to the 1200 blk of S.E. 
Blvd. for a juvenile issue. Complainant 
advised her juvenile daughter does not 
want to return home to her fathers 
residence in Dayton. The complainant 
advised there are on going issues with the 
father and the jurisdiction where he lives is 
aware. Complainant was advised to contact 
an attorney in regards to custody.




Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183681
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Disabled  Stuck MV 
W STATE 400 TO 600 BLOCK SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 

Officer on patrol located a disabled vehicle 
on the W State St overpass. 
Operator/owner advised that his clutch 
broke and wasn't able to drive. Officers 
were able to push the vehicle down the hill 
and it was parked at Circle K.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183682
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SECOND SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460

Officer on patrol observed a Chevy truck 
and a Ford sedan turn east bound onto W 
Second St from N Howard Ave, which were 
being operated recklessly. When both 
vehicles turned, they peeled out quickly 
causing them to "fish tail".

Officer stopped both vehicles at the 
intersection of W Second St and N 
Ellsworth Ave. The operator of the truck 
was found to have an active arrest warrant 
out of Columbiana County and was 
subsequently taken into custody. He was 
also found to have an expired driver's 
license and cited. He was transported to the 
police department for processing and later 
released to the CCSO for transport to the 
jail. The operator of the sedan was also 
cited.



Arrested/Cited: Cody E Johnson DO9 1992
366 E Ohio Ave
Sebring, OH 44672
Charges: Warrant- Violation of Protection 
Order
Expired Driver's License (ORC 4510.12A1)
Reckless Operation (ORC 4511.20A)


Cited: Daniel I Wiechowski DO6 1998
3760 Warren Ravenna Rd
Newton Falls, OH 44444
Charge: Reckless Operation (Salem ORD 
333.02)



PTL  Cochran



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183683
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Loitering
968 E STATE ST
PARKING LOT

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to a business in the 900 
block of E State St for a parkinglloitering 
complaint after the business attempted to 
clear their lot. Officers arrived and removed 
the subjects/vehicles at the business's 
request and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183685
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Fight
968 E STATE ST


While clearing another call at the above 
location officers observed two females 
engaged in a fight at the rear of the 
building. Both were cited for MM disorderly 
conduct and released.


Det. Sgt. John Scheets


Cited
1. Elizabeth R Whitten DOB 1993
1143 W Perry St Apt 303
Salem OH 44460
Disorderly Conduct MM


2. Cambra I Kaufman DOB 1999
157 Sherman St.
Lisbon OH 44432
Disorderly Conduct MM



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183688
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Check Well Being 
536 WALNUT ST B SALEM

Complainant: BILLIE TOMLIN

Officers responded to 536 Walnut St. to 
check the well being of a female subject. 
Complainant advised of receiving 
information that her sister was sending 
messages contemplating harming herself. 
Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
female subject and advised of the 
complaint. Officer did view the messages 
on the females phone. There were no direct 
statements on the messages about harming 
herself. The female advised she was find 
and had no thoughts of harming herself. 
Officers cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY #: 20183690
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Open Container In MV
968 8 STATE ST


Complainant: GARBER, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle 
operating in a reckless manner and in the 
900 block of E State St. was observed to 
have several equipment violations. Officers 
made contact with the driver and occupants 
finding contraband and the driver was under 
age and consuming alcoholic beverages. 

The driver will be summoned for underage 
consumption and the two passengers were 
cited. A sober subject responded to the 
scene to drive the three subjects home and 
officers cleared.

Ptl. M. Garber 908/047


Sum. :Cruz M. Richardson DOB:1998 of 
8331 Schuburt Ave. Alliance Oh
Charge: Underage Consp.

Cited: Kristen L Schwarz DOB:1997 of 273 
N. Lyman St. Wadsworth Oh
Charge: Open Container

Cited: Andrew A. Johnson DOB:1996 of 
11520 Lair Rd. NE Alliance Oh
Charge: Open Container




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183691
Date: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
900 BLOCK OF SOUTH AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
South Ave for a report of an accident with 
no injuries. Upon arrival, officers were 
flagged down by the at fault driver, William 
Javens, who did admit to backing out of his 
parking spot, striking the other unit. The 
driver of unit #1 did arrive on scene giving 
us insurance information. Officers did take 
pictures on scene and cleared without 
further incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183692
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018 
Assist Other Agency
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPITAL


Complainant: EMT, AMBULANCE 383 N 
LINCOLN AVE 

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center to meet with personnel from 
EMT Ambulance who were having a 
problem with a male patient they were 
preparing to transport from Salem Regional 
Medical Center to a clinic in Cleveland. 
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the male 
subject and E.R. personnel who advised the 
male was pink slipped and was to be 
transported to a clinic in Cleveland. Officers 
spoke with the male subject for a few 
minutes who agreed to be transported and 
assured there would be no further 
problems. Officers cleared and the male 
was transported.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183694
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Check Well Being
904 S UNION AVE


Complainant: CCSO

Officers responded to the 900 blk of S. 
Union for a well being check. CCSO called 
and advised they were pinging a phone of a 
subject that could possibly be missing. 
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the mother 
of the subject who advised her son went to 
Guilford Lake for a fishing tournament. The 
mother advised while speaking with her son 
earlier in the day, his phone went dead and 
she could not get in contact with him and 
became worried. 

While on scene collecting information from 
the mother, her son called and advised her 
he was okay and would be contacting cab 
company to bring him home tonight.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183695 Salem
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
OVI Arrest
N BROADWAY AVE / SUGARTRE SALEM


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM,

Officer was on a traffic stop in the 200 block 
of N Broadway Ave when another vehicle 
pulled into the parking lot. The driver of the 
second vehicle was found to be highly 
intoxicated. The driver was given field 
sobriety and taken into custody. The vehicle 
was left legally parked in the 200 block of N 
Broadway Ave. The driver was brought 
back to the Salem Police Department where 
she was processed and booked. The 
female subject was then released into the 
custody of a friend.


Arrested: Kayla Macklin
DOB: 1988
Address: 2561 Lexington Ave, Apt. 43, 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge: OVI 4511.1 9A1a



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183696
Date: Sunday, June 10,2018
Suspicious Activity
E STATE ST / N LUNDY AVE SALEM


Officers were dispatched to the area of E 
State Street and N Lundy Ave for a report of 
suspicious activity. Upon arrival to the area, 
officers did locate two intoxicated males 
attempting to walk home. Officers did have 
the males call to have a valid, sober driver 
retrieve them but due to the time of day, 
they were unsuccessful. Officers did 
transport both parties home and cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183654
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Dispute 
870 E STATE ST B


Complainant: LARRY MAY

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a dispute. Upon 
arrival, the complainant advised the parking 
area for his business was blocked by the 
Elks. Officer did speak with a representive 
from the Elks and learned they own the 
property. While on scene, both sides came 
to an arraingment.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183655
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
1056 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
East 3rd St for a report of a abandoned 
vehicle parked along the roadway. On 
arrival officers located the vehicle in 
question. Officer's were unable to make 
contact with the owner of the vehicle and it 
was given a red warning 48hr tow notice. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister 056/906 06/09/2018


This officer stopped back later in the shift 
and found that the vehicle had been moved




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183656
Date: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
491 SHARP AVE B


Complainant: COURTNEY REBUCK

Sometime in the early morning hours, 
unknown person's did unlawfully throw a 
rock through the complainant's car window 
to gain entry inside the vehicle. A woman's 
purse was stolen which contained some 
personal information.

Two bank cards and a SSN card along with 
$5 dollars in cash was stolen. 


Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183659
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
509 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a Domestic Dispute. 
Officers met with the subject who stated 
that he wanted to see his kids. Officers 
explained that he has to go through the civil 
court system. The male subject was also 
told that if he returned he could face 
charges.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183660
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person 
837 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

Officers responded to a dispute between 
parties at 826 Newgarden. Upon arrival the 
person causing problems was at 837. 

He was the one causing problems at 509 
Franklin. Again, Mr. Brown was advised 
several times to calm down, cease and 
desist his disorderly actions and words. he 
did calm down enough and was advised 
another dispute would result in charges 
against him. 

His problem today was over child custody. 
He was told several times to contact his 
attorney and or the courts for proper legal 
actions. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183663
Date: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
275 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: STEVEN PAUKNER

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised his 
juvenile son refuses to listen to him. Officer 
explained his options in dealing with the 
situation. Officer did speak with the juvenile 
prior to clearing.



Sgt K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY # 20183664
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
200 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN A


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
South Lincoln Ave for a reported two 
vehicle accident. Unit # 1 had been 
traveling north in the 200 block of South 
Lincoln Ave when it stopped for traffic. Unit 
# 2 had also been traveling north in the 200 
block of South Lincoln Ave 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 given. Both units were driven
from the scene with minor damage.



Unit # 1 / owner / David Long
driver / Katie Long
vehicle / 2013 Nissan


Unit # 2 / owner / Kelly Schach
driver / (JUVENILE)
vehicle / 2017 KIA



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Saturday, June 09, 2018
09:03 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183622 
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 022
W WILSON ST / RAILROAD CR SALEM


Complainant: BEESON, PTL 


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 K9 
Simon did respond and did indicate to 
narcotic odor. Contraband was located 
inside the vehicle and will be sent to BCI for 
further testing. Additional charges pending. 

There was also a confiscation order on the 
license plates and the license plates were 
taken and Sinsleys did tow the vehicle from 
the scene.



Cited: Deven Neal
DOB: 1998
Address: 1870 Fairview Ct. Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension
Cracked Windshield



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183624
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Theft
2101 MONROE ST 1


Complainant: Nadine Estes


Officer responded to the 2100 block of 
Monroe Ave for a report of a possible theft. 
Officer arrived and spoke to the 
complainant and found that items had been 
taken from a parking garage by other 
tenants. The parking space did belong to 
the other tenants who were new to the 
apartment and did not know that others 
used the same space.

The matter will be looked into further.



Ptl D Beeson 06/08/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183626
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Skaters / Bicycles In Roadway
OHIO AVE / E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

This officer spoke with some juveniles who 
had brought their mini bike up and were 
reported to be riding it on the sidewalks and 
in the parking lot of Smith Oil. They were 
advised to keep the mini bike on their own 
property and they were not permitted to ride 
on the sidewalk or parking lots. They 
advised they would push it home.






Sgt John Scheets



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183627
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Suspicious Activity
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: SCHEETS, SGT J 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 

While this officer was clearing a previous 
call in the area I observed a male subject in 
a older vehicle with Historical Plates talking 
loudly to a crowd of persons and juveniles. 
The subject was offering rides to persons in 
exchange for gas money. This officer 
cautioned the male driver about his activity 
especially as he had juveniles who were 
getting into his vehicle. The juveniles were 
advised to move along and the subject was 
advised about offering rides to persons he 
did not know.



Det. Sgt. John Scheets



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183628
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Animal Complaint
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: JESSICA HAZEL

Officer responded to Walmart parking lot for 
an animal complaint. Complainant advised 
there was a dog in a vehicle with no 
windows down and has been there for an 
extended amount of time. Upon arrival, 
officer located the vehicle, which did have 
the windows cracked along with a bowl of 
water inside the vehicle. Officer cleared 
without incident.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183631
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
788 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: UNKOWN, CALLER 


Officers responded to the Masonic Temple 
parking lot in the 700 block of E. State St. 
for a report of a private property hit/skip 
accident. Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
two females who advised they witnessed a 
grey Ford F-150 truck strike a parked 
unoccupied green Honda and continued 
without stopping. One of the female 
witnesses were able to obtain a photo on 
her cell phone of the suspect truck as well 
as the license plate of the truck. 

While on scene the driver of the Honda 
arrived on scene whom advised the vehicle 
was his fathers. He did not show proof of 
insurance at the time the report was taken. 
Officers did observe minor pain damage to 
the front driver side bumper area as well as 
the front driver side fender area. 

Upon clearing the scene, officers 
responded to an address in the 600 block of 
N. Lincoln Ave. and located the Ford F-150 
truck. Contact was made with the male 
juvenile driver of the Ford truck who 
admitted to pulling out of the parking lot but 
advised he does not believe he struck the 
Honda. Fresh minor damage was observed 
to the rear passenger side tire rim of the 
truck. 

All parties were advised to contact their 
respective insurance companies. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. 8. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183633
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
335 W PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the 300 block of W 
Pershing St. for a juvenile problem. Officer 
located the juvenile in the roadway and 
spoke with a parent advising them of the 
complaint. Officer cleared without incident.


Ptl. M Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183639
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Runaway 1 Missing
1230 SOUTHEAST BLVD 11


Officers took a report of a runaway juvenile 
in the 1200 block of Southeast Blvd. Officer 
located the juvenile and returned them to 
their parents. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183642
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Intoxicated Person
231 S BROADWAY AVE B


Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
S Broadway Ave for a report of an 
intoxicated person. Upon arrival, officers 
found there to be one intoxicated male and 
advised him to have a sober, valid driver 
retrieve him and go home for the night. 
Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183643
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Assist Other Agency
231 S BROADWAY AVE B SALEM


Complainant: OSP, LISBON

Officers assisted a Trooper with the Ohio 
State Highway Patrol (Lisbon Post) at the 
Salem Police Dept. with witnessing the 
reading of the BMV2255 form and breath 
test of a OVI suspect they had placed under 
arrest. Officer later cleared without incident.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183644
Date: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Traffic Offense 
900 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH SALEM


Complainant: GARBER, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 


Officers on patrol stopped a vehicle for an 
equipment violation in the 900 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. K9 Simon was deployed and 
did indicate to the presence of narcotic 
odor. A small amount of contraband was 
recovered and destroyed. 

The driver was given a verbal warning and 
officers cleared without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183646
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / N LUNDY AVE SALEM


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 

Officers initiated a traffic stop on E State St 
near N Lundy Ave. The driver of the vehicle 
gave officers consent to search the vehicle. 
Officers searched the vehicle but did not 
locate anything illegal inside. The driver 
was issued a verbal warning and officers 
cleared the scene without incident.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183647
Date: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
992 LIBERTY ST SALEM


Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Liberty for a report of a dispute / person to 
be removed. Officer arrived and found that 
a male had come to a residence and he 
was not welcome there. The male agreed to 
leave and a taxi was contacted. 

Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 06/09/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183648
Date: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Fight
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NiGHT CLUB


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Officers were on routine patrol and heard a 
loud fight occurring in the 500 block of S 
Broadway Ave. Officers separated the 
parties and attempted to ask about the 
incident. Due to the intoxication level of 
everyone involved it was unsure who had 
started the altercation. 

One male subject was bleeding but refused 
any medical treatment. All parties involved 
advised they did not wish to pursue 
charges. Pictures were taken of the injuries 
and several subjects left the area prior to 
officers leaving the scene.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183651
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Suspicious Activity
275 PENN AVE


Complainant: TAMORA SHEDD

Officer responded to the Post Office for a 
suspicious activity report. Complainant 
advised one of the postal trucks had its 
lights on with no one around. Upon arrival, 
the truck was located but due to it being 
locked, officer was unable to turn the lights 
off. 

Contact was made with postal security who 
advised they would attempt to get someone 
to that location to turn the lights off. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183652
Date: Saturday, June 9,2018
Suspicious Activity
1225 E STATE ST


Complainant: GARBER, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Officer located a female on the ground at 
the rear of a residence crying in the 1200 
block of E State St. The female stated she 
was fine, refused to identify and denied any 
assistance from officers.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183653
Date: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Check Well Being 
HIGHLAND AVE / QUAKER LN SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Highland Ave and Quaker Ln for a report of 
a male passed out in a lawn. Officers 
confirmed that the male was stable, 
gathered brief information and transported 
the male back home. 

This male did receive a public intoxication 
warning. Officers cleared without further 
incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183615
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
260 RAILROAD ST B SALEM


Complainant: KEISTER, PTL R 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 

While on patrol officers observed a leaning 
utility pole and low hanging wires in the 200 
block of Rail Road St.

Officers had the FD respond to the area 
and Ohio Edison was contacted. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183623
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Speak To Officer
226 VINE AVE 7 SALEM 


Complainant: MARIANNE KLEINKNECHT


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
Vine for a reported speak with officer. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant advised that she has let 
her friend use her vehicle for the last two 
years and that she now wants the vehicle 
back. The complainant stated that her friend 
had told her the vehicle needed aprox. 
$2000.00 in repairs and she did not believe 
him. 

Officers then responded to the I00 block of 
Rose to speak with the friend. The friend 
showed officers the vehicle in question and 
stated that it had broken down today and 
had to be towed home. The friend stated 
that he had been attempting to explain the 
situation to the complainant. 

Officer's had dispatch advise the 
complainant that she could have the vehicle 
towed to her residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183611
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
462 SHARP AVE SALEM


Complainant: CASTO, LT D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE

Officers responded to the area of W. Sate 
St. and Sharp Ave. for garage sale signs on 
telephone poles. Officers were able to 
locate the owner and informed her of the 
violation and she agreed that she would 
remove them.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183613
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Domestic In Progress
641 CHERRY ST


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Cherry St. for a Domestic in progress. 
Officers made contact with the two subjects 
who stated that nothing physical had 
happened and that they were just arguing 
about money and had gotten a little too 
loud. Both subjects stated that they had 
already made up prior to officers arrival.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183616
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
427 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 400 block of E. 
State St. for a vehicle hit/skip report. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that he never saw the vehicle 
actually get hit. Officers documented any 
possible damage done to the vehicle. The 
vehicle was also towed from the roadway 
as it was a traffic hazard. 

Salem Dispatch attempted to contact the 
registered owner and was un able to.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183620
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
E PERSHING 500 BLOCK SALEM


Officer was dispatched to a problem in the 
timerlanes / muni lot. Upon arrival the Super 
Cruise event staff advised a persons had 
given them a problem about moving their 
chairs to save spaces for parking. The lot 
was nearly full and spaces were not to be 
saved for others at this point. The problem 
had been resolved prior to my arrival and I 
cleared. 


Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183607
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Speak To Officer
184 JENNINGS AVE 3


Officer met with a male subject from the 
100 block of Jennings Avenue at the police 
department in reference to a syringe. The 
subject advised he used to use drugs, but 
has been sober for a long time and wanted 
to properly dispose of a syringe he had so 
that no one else could use it. The syringe 
was placed in a Sharps container by the 
subject.



Ptl. C. Crider 910/017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183606
Date: Friday, June 8,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass 
1378 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM


Complainant: RICHARD BARNHOUSE


Officer was dispatched to the 1300 block of 
S. Lincoln Avenue for a report of persons 
entering vehicles in an apartment complex 
parking lot. Officer responded and made 
contact with the complainant who advised 
he observed two unknown subjects enter a 
vehicle and then run away when they seen 
him. The complainant advised that the door 
was still open on the vehicle and it 
appeared to be ransacked. 

Officer was able to locate the owner who 
advised nothing was missing and she 
secured the vehicle. Officers checked the 
area, but did not find anyone in the area.




Ptl. C. Crider 910/017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183604
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Harassment 
231 S BROADWAY AVE B SALEM 


Complainant: WILLIAM BEESON

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
male subject kept following him around 
town and was threatening to cause him 
physical harm. The complainant requested 
an officer to escort him to a vehicle parked 
near family video where the other subject 
was supposed to be waiting for him. 

Officer followed the complainant back to the 
vehicle. The other subject involved was no 
longer in the area.




Ptl.  Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183603
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Runaway / Missing
1449 E STATE ST SALEM 


Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

On 6-7-2018 officers were dispatched to the 
1400 block of E State St in regards to a run 
away juvenile that took off on foot 
approximately 45 minutes before the call 
came in. Upon officers arrival at the 
address officers spoke with the complainant 
in regards to where the juvenile might be 
and what took place prior to her leaving. 
The complaint who was the juvenile's 
guardian stated that she does not want the 
juvenile back at her residence because she 
was making threats against her and the 
other juveniles present.

After further investigation officers 
discovered the juvenile in the back of the 
hospital and she was then escorted back to 
the property where officers continued to 
speak with the guardian and other juveniles 
who reside there about what took place. 
After speaking with all parties in the 
household and gathering written statements 
officers then arrested the juvenile for 
domestic violence ORC: 2919.25 C and 
transported her back to the station for 
booking.

Once the booking process was completed 
officers then transported the juvenile to 
Tobin where she was released to the staff 
members there. When Tobin staff had 
custody of the juvenile officers cleared with 
out incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917/098)


Arrested: ***JUVENILE***
DOB: 2003
Charge: Domestic Violence (ORC:2919.25 
C)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183602
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: MILLER, PTL D D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM,

On 6/7/2018 officers were on routine patrol 
in the area of Centennial Park and 
observed multiple vehicles in the parking lot 
with headlights on after hours. Officers then 
made contact with the occupants of the 
vehicles and after investigation it was 
discovered that the one vehicle owner was 
having mechanical issues and had been 
there for quite some time today trying to fix 
his brake lines. The vehicle owner with the 
mechanical problems stated that he had 
just finished fixing it and was going to be on 
his way. Officers then cleared once every 
one else did with out incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917/098)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183599
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Vicious Dog
800 BLOCK SUNSET
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: JOANNE EVERLY

Officer was dispatched to the Waterworth 
Memorial Park Dog Park in reference to a 
vicious dog that had bit another dog. 

Dispatch advised that the owner of the dog 
had left the park in a red Mustang. Officer 
located the Mustang and stopped the 
vehicle to make contact with the owner. It 
was advised that his two pit bulls were 
playing a little too rough and did corner the 
complainants dog, but did not bite it. 

Officers also made contact with the 
complainant and her dog. The dog did not 
have any injuries, but the complainant was 
concerned that it may happen to another 
dog.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183597
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Unattended Fire
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM

Police and FD responded to the 700 block 
of SouthEast Blvd. for a report of an 
unattended fire. Police were able to locate 
the fire and speak with the tenant. The 
subject was advised of the city's burning 
ordinances and the fire was
put out.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 06/07/18



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183592
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Fraud
803 HIGHLAND AVE


Complainant: SUE BERNDT

Officer was flagged down by a male subject 
who advised he was on his way to a clients 
house in the 800 block of Highland Avenue 
to fix her computer after an online fraud 
incident. Officer responded to the residence 
and met with the female complainant who 
advised that she was contacted by a male 
subject with an accent who advised he was 
from Microsoft who advised her computer 
had a virus on it. The complainant advised 
that she gave the male her Citizens Bank 
card number and she was charged 
$249.99. 

The male subject, who is an IT Specialist, 
advised Microsoft does not contact people 
that way and he provided information from 
the supposed Mircrosoft worker.

Officer advised the complainant that a 
report would be completed and she was 
provided with a report number.

Officer later contacted the phone number 
provided by the complainant and found that 
it was a fraud incident.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183591
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Child Abuse 
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH S SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
N. Lincoln Ave. and E. Fifth St. in reference 
to a child abuse report.

Anonymous complainant advised that she 
witnessed a male strike a teenaged female 
and throw her to the ground.

Officer responded and checked the area, 
but was unable to locate anyone. 
Complainant called back and advised of an 
address in the 600 block of E. Fifth St. 
where the incident actually took place and 
officer responded to check on the juvenile. 
Upon arrival, officer made contact with all 
parties involved. The subject, grandfather of 
the juvenile, advised that the juvenile was 
being verbally disrespectful to his wife, so 
he corrected her by slapping her. 

Officer spoke with the juvenile, who did not 
have any visible injury, but she did advise 
that she was thrown to the ground and 
punched by the subject. This matter was 
sent to children's services.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183590
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
880 SUMMIT ST SALEM


Police responded to the 800 block of 
Summit St. for a dispute. The male subject 
had been drinking and was attempting to 
get the keys from the female subject. 
During the dispute the male had a hold of 
the female before she hit him with a shoe. 

Police made contact with the male on S. 
Lincoln Ave. KLG responded to look at a 
small cut on the males nose. The male 
refused treatment at that time. Neither party 
wanted charges. The male advised he 
would stay at the neighbors for the evening.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Friday, June 08, 2018
09:33 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183580
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Speak To Officer 
831 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: KYLE HISCOX, LISBON, OH


Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with a complainant about a known 
male subject dumping trash.

Officers spoke with the male subject and he 
said he would remove the items from the 
trash dumpster.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183583
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM 

Complainant: LOLA BARNHOUSE

The complainant responded to this 
department with her juvenile grand 
daughter to report a theft. She stated that 
her grand daughter was shopping at 
Walmart on 06-02-1 8 at approximately 
1341 hrs. The grand daughter had her 
wallet laying in the upper section of the 
shopping cart with a bank envelope laying 
inside the fold of the wallet. The juvenile 
female stated that she was looking at men's 
wallets in the store and when she went to 
leave that section of the store she noticed 
the bank envelope missing. She stated that 
she had $1 18.00 inside the envelope when 
it was either stolen or lost. A report number 
was given to have the security system 
checked.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183584
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Unruly  Delinquent
OAK 1400 BLOCK E
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officers responded to the above location for 
a juvenile who was being unruly. Officer 
spoke with the female juvenile who stated 
her mother wouldn't let her go to the pool 
and she wanted to go. Officers advised the 
female juvenile she has to listen to her 
mother and follow the rules, the juvenile 
complied without incident.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183585
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1241 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: AMANDA MCBRIDE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a dispute. The complainant advised that a 
neighborhood female juvenile was causing 
problems and bullying her children. The 
female was gone prior to arrival. Officer 
responded to her residence and attempted 
to speak with a parent, but no one was 
home. Officer will attempt contact at a later 
time.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183587
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
674 E SIXTH ST 2 SALEM


Police responded to the 600 block of E. 6th 
St for a verbal dispute. Two female subjects 
arrived at an apartment complex to confront 
another female subject. The responding 
subjects claimed that the other female 
made statement to their child. 

The responding subjects and vehicle full of 
children were advised to leave the property.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183589 
Date: Thursday, June 7,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
120 N LINCOLN AVE B


Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 


While on patrol in the 100 block of N. 
Lincoln Police observed a male subject with 
a warrant driving. A traffic stop was 
conducted and Police made contact with 
the driver. The male was taken into custody 
and brought back to the station. Once the 
male was finished with the booking process 
he was released to Columbiana Co Sherriff 
Dept.


Arrest: Sheldon J. Ludt
DOB: 1996
Address: 926 W. Main St
Washingtonville, OH 44490
Warrant: Failure To Appear / Underage 
Consumption



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183556
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Check Well Being
1080 N LINCOLN AVE 212

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of North Lincoln Ave for a report of a 
missing person. Upon arrival, officers were 
flagged down by the mother of the missing 
person and was given identifying 
information. Officers did locate the male, 
transported him back home and cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183557
wednesday, June 6,2018
Burglary In Progress
180 HAWLEY AVE SALEM 
GARAGE/SHED 


Officers responded to a garage across from 
180 Hawley Ave. after the female 
complainant called to report she observed a 
male subject kick in the door to the garage 
and go inside. 

Officer was in the immediate vicinity of the 
call and arrived in seconds. The 
complainant advised officer that the subject 
had not came out of the garage yet. Officers 
did locate an open door to the garage but 
did not observe any type of forced entry or 
evidence of the door being kicked. Officers 
did check the interior of the garage and 
found nobody inside. No key holder could 
be contacted and officers were able to 
secure the door. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183558
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: PATROL, STATE HIGHWAY

Officer assisted the Columbiana County 
OSP with an OVI at the station.



Ptl D Beeson 06/05/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183567
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Check Well Being
675 ARCH ST SALEM

Complainant: STEPHANIE DUCK

Police responded to the 600 block of Arch 
St for a check well being. The complainant 
advised they have not been able to contact 
the elderly female that lives at the 
residence. Police were advised she has 
been staying at Essex.




Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183568
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Police responded to Smith Oil for a drive 
off. The complainant advised a red 90s 
Ford Escort left without paying for $10.20 
worth of fuel.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183571
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Person To Be Removed
230 CONTINENTAL DR 3


Police responded to Essex for an unwanted 
male subject. The subject arrived to speak 
with his sister due to him not being able to 
contact her. The sister did not wish to speak 
to him due to a previous incident. The staff 
advised the subject he could not be there if 
he was unwanted. The subject advised he 
understood and willingly left.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183572
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
2700 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 2


Unit 1 - 2015 TOYT 4s WHI, 
Owner/Operator- Dawn Ewing

Unit 2- 2008 DODG 4s TAN, 
Owner/Operator- Anita Wuthrick


Officer was dispatched to the 2700 block of 
E State St in reference to a two vehicle 
traffic crash. Both Unit 1 and Unit 2 were 
east bound on E State St, with Unit 1 
behind Unit 2. Unit 1 failed to brake in time 
and struck Unit 2 from behind. Unit 1 
sustained functional damage to the front, 
while Unit 2 sustained functional damage to 
the rear.

No injuries were reported. The operator of 
Unit 1 was cited with Assured Clear 
Distance.


Cited: Dawn K. Ewing DOB 1968
4321 7 Crestview Rd
Columbiana, OH 44408
Charge: Assured Clear Distance Ahead 
(Salem ORD 333.0314)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183573
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Theft
455 S BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: HALLIE WHITMAN, EAST 
ROCHESTER, OH 


Police responded to the 400 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. for a theft. The complainant 
advised that the subjects renting her place 
had moved out. While moving out the 
subjects had taken the appliances. 

While on scene the complaiant was on the 
phone with the subjects advising the Police 
were contacted and to return the items. The 
subjects stated the items would be 
returned. The complainant was advised to 
give Police a list of the items if charges 
were to be pressed. Investigation pending.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183574
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Domestic In Progress
406 FRANKLIN AVE


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave in reference to a domestic in 
progress. Dispatch advised that the subject 
was throwing things around the residence. 
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
subject, who advised that he was on the 
phone with his girlfriend and became angry, 
so he slammed his phone on the table. 
Officers learned that his girlfriend, the other 
party, was at a different location in the city 
and that the call had come in from a third 
party.

Officers made contact with the subject's 
girlfriend who advised that the subject 
punched her in the arm while she was trying 
to calm him. No injuries were observed and 
officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183575
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Speak To Officer
253 VINE AVE SALEM


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER WEST

Officer responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
male subject made threats that he was 
going to break into his residence and steal 
his belongings. The complainant advised he 
only wanted to file a report in case 
something happened.



Ptl. Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183577
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Assist Other Agency
STATE RT 62 / STATE RT 165

Complainant: POST, LISBON 

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist OSP on a traffic stop , who had 
requested a Kg. K9 Argo was deployed on 
the vehicle and indicated to the presence of 
a narcotic odor. A search of the vehicle 
turned up nothing, but the driver was later 
arrested for OVI. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183537
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Child  Juvenile Problem
207 JENNINGS AVE SALEM



Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN

Officer was dispatched to small children 
playing on the road in the 200 blk of 
Jennings Ave. Upon arrival several were 
found with a parent who were all on the 
sidewalk or yard. The mother was advised 
of the complaint. She stated they were 
never on the road. 



Ptl. Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183541
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Theft
400 LEGACY LN

Complainant: Albert ARMOUR, 400 Legacy 
Lane SALEM, OH 44460

(6-5-2018 13:53:31 By: 180) WALLY 
ARMOR SALEM CALLED TO SPEAK TO 
AN OFFICER ABOUT A POSSIBLE 
STOLEN VEHICLE

(6-5-2018 14:13:55 By: 180) CODE4

Dealership called to report a vehicle had 
been sold in April of 2018 and was a 2009 
Chevy Impala. The customer had used a 
personal check for the down payment but it 
had "bounced' with insufficient funds in the 
account she used. Since then she has 
made no payments on the car. Several 
attempts were made by the business, by 
phone, with the customer claiming she 
would return the car but never has. 
Customer will now not answer the incoming 
calls. 

Several options were advised to the 
complainant/owner. matter under 
investigation.



Ptl. Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183542
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Shoplifter(s)
1000 W STATE ST E
VARIETY / CONVENIENCE STORE


Officer(s) responded to the 1000 block of 
West State St (Dollar General) for a 
reported shop lifter. On arrival officers 
located the person in question placing a 
bag of items into her vehicle. Officers spoke 
with the female who admitted to taking the 
items in question and not paying for them. 
Officers placed Cameron A Yarwood in 
custody for theft without incident. Yarwood 
was transported to the station were she was 
processed and then transported to the 
county jail. Officers cleared.

Ptl R Keister 056/906 06/05/2018


Arrested // Cameron A Yarwood // D.O.B. 
1978
Charge // Theft




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183543
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Public Assist 
1985 E PERSHING ST SALEM 

(6-5-2018 15: 10:46 By: 180) CODE 4 AT 
THIS TIME

(6-5-2018 15: 19:09 By: 180) CODE 4

(6-5-2018 15:21:20 By: 180) CONCENT 
SEARCH HAS BEEN STARTED

(6-5-2018 15:34:26 By: 180) FIRST 
CONSENT SEARCH WAS ROOM #415 
SECOND WILL BE ROOM #311

(6-5-2018 15:37:49 By: 180) CODE 4

Officer checked on suspicious activity 
reported at the facility. Upon arrival I spoke 
with staff who advised an odor of marijuana 
was smeled in or around room 415. A 
consent search yielded no results. Another 
room was also checked after consent with 
nothing found. 



Ptl.Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183546
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Reckless Operator
2345 E STATE ST

Complainant: BRET YOUNG

(6-5-2018 15:48:49 By: 180) DRIVING 
RECKLESSLY PULLED OUT IN FRONT 
OF HIM AND DRIVING FAST

SUBERU OUT BACK SHY BLUE 
GYW9457 CALLER ADVISED NOW AT 
GETGO GAS STATION



A report of reckless operation of a blue 
Subaru. Officer located the vehicle and 
followed it a short distance.

Operation was normal and officer cleared. 


Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183551
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018 
Speak To Officer


Complainant: JAMIE GARROD

Officer spoke with the female complainant 
on station in regards to several concerns 
relating to her 16 year old son.

Information was gathered and turned over 
to Det. Davis.



Sgt. 8. Smith S8/081




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Thursday, June 07, 2018
07:21 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183560
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Recovered Property 
N LUNDY AVE / E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: WIRKNER, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811

While on patrol Officers were flagged down 
by a subject who stated they found a white 
bag sitting in the bushes next to the 
sidewalk with items inside. Officers located 
the bag and the items, the matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183561
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Public Urination
805 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male urinating on the roadway. 
Officers located the male subject who was 
working for a lawn care service and said he 
had to go to the bathroom but there isn't 
any bathroom out on a job. He stated he 
faced his vehicle and opened the door. 
Officers advised him to try to find a better 
place or an actual bathroom next time.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183562
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Menacing / Threats

Complainant: DARLA ZEIGLER

Complainant on station to advise that she is 
being harassed by two known subjects over 
a personal matter.

Complainant advised that she was at 
several locations in town. She advised that 
this has been an ongoing issue and wanted 
the incident documented in case of any 
future problems.



Ptl. Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183563
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
WALMART


UNIT #1 DRIVER-Owner: KARINA 
KELLER, LEETONIA, OH

UNIT #2 DRIVER-Owner: JAMES 
STURGEON, SALEM, OH


Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle private property accident. Unit 
#wIa s stopped at a stop sign in row 6 
waiting to turn when Unit #2 backed out of a 
parking spot and struck Unit #1. Both 
vehicles had minor damage and were 
driven from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183564
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Child in Roadway 
200 BLOCK OF W WILSON ST SALEM

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL A 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM 

Officer(s) were out back of this department 
when a female stopped and advised of a 
young male on a bicycle with training 
wheels riding in the middle of the road on 
W. Wilson in the 200blk.

Officer(s) responded to that area and this 
officer did observe a young male subject on 
the side walk on the north side of the road 
heading west bound in the 200blk of W. 
Wilson.

It was found that he was trying to get to a 
location (254) to see another female. It was 
also found that he was four years old.

His older brother arrived who is seven years 
old and advised that their mother knew they 
were going to that residence on W. Wilson.

It was also learned that the female was not 
at the residence. Officer had the two go to 
their residence in the 200blk on W. 
Pershing while officer made contact with 
their mother.

The mother advised she was not aware of 
them leaving since she had told them to 
stay in the back yard. She had to go inside 
up stairs to check on another child. While 
she was there they left the yard.

Officer advised her of the problem and this 
was the second time since there was a 
female a little while ago that came back to 
this residence which was her niece.

The mother advised she understood and 
would contact their case worker about this 
situation.


Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183565
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
100 BLOCK OF E PERSHING

Unit#l  Driver: CHRIS SCLAFANI, Owner: 
CHERYL ANZEVINO , BOARDMAN, OH

Unit#2  Driver-Owner: MARK HOOPS , 
SALEM, OH


The driver of Unit # 1 was attempting to pull 
out of the back parking lot of Goodwill when 
he struck the right side of Unit # 2 who was 
traveling westbound on E. Pershing St. The 
driver of Unit # 2 advised the same as Unit 
# 1. 

moderate damage was observed to the 
front of Unit#l and right side of Unit#2. 

The driver of Unit # 1 was cited with F.T.Y. 
Private Drive.



Ptl. Miller 067



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183548
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
MAPLE 1400 BLOCK J
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to Centennial Park for a 
report of juveniles possibly using narcotics. 
Officer checked on the juveniles in question 
but found no evidence of narcotic use.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183549
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
OAK 1400 BLOCK E SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: SARAH EWING

Officers responded to the Centennial Park 
for a dispute that occurred between a 
mother and son. The complainant advised 
that the mother slapped her son and then 
made him leave the park. Officers did locate 
the mother and son and advised of the 
complaint. No evidence of any wrong doing 
on the part of the mother was observed and 
officers cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183550
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Fight
COURT DR 1
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: SARAH EWING

Officers responded to the Centennial Park 
for a report of an assault. Officers arrived 
and found that several females had been in 
a verbal argument when a juvenile female 
reportedly struck another female in the face. 
Statements were gathered and the victim 
was seen by medical personnel. The report 
will be given to the juvenile officer for 
possible charges for the juvenile involved.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183552
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Public Assist

Complainant: KIMBERLY VANDAM

Officer spoke with the female complainant 
on station who reported finding an 
American Bulldog running loose on St. 
Rt.344 close to Leetonia. The complainant 
picked the dog up and brought it to the 
Salem Police Dept. She advised that her 
daughter posted a photo of the dog on 
facebook and immediately received several 
messages of possible owners. 

I advised the complainant to tell her 
daughter to have the person(s) contact the 
Salem Police Dept. The rightful owner did 
respond to the police dept. to take 
possession of the dog. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183555
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
NEWGARDEN AVE / MULLINS 


Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While on patrol offtcer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for a moving violation. During 
the stop the scent of marijuana was noticed 
and the driver did not have a valid drivers 
license. A probable cause search of the 
vehicle did yield multiple narcotic related 
items. The driver was cited for Driving 
Under Suspension and Possession of 
Marijuan. Additional items located will be 
sent to BCI for further testing and more 
charges will be filed pending those results.


Cited: Chad C. Dotson
DOB: 1990
Address: 1360 W State St Lot 26 Salem, 
OH 44460 (LKA)
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)
Driving Under Suspension - multiple



Ptl D Beeson 06/05/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183556
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Check Well Being
1080 N LINCOLN AVE 212

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of North Lincoln Ave for a report of a 
missing person. Upon arrival, officers were 
flagged down by the mother of the missing 
person and was given identifying 
information. 

Officers did locate the male, transported 
him back home and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183557
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
180 HAWLEY AVE SALEM

Officers responded to a garage across from 
180 Hawley Ave. after the female 
complainant called to report she observed a 
male subject kick in the door to the garage 
and go inside. Officer was in the immediate 
vicinity of the call and arrived in seconds. 

The complainant advised officer that the 
subject had not came out of the garage yet.

Officers did locate an open door to the 
garage but did not observe any type of 
forced entry or evidence of the door being 
kicked. Officers did check the interior of the 
garage and found nobody inside. No key 
holder could be contacted and officers were 
able to secure the door. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183558
Date: Wednesday, June 6,2018
Assist Other Agency 

Complainant: PATROL, STATE HIGHWAY

Officer assisted the Columbiana County 
OSP with an OVI at the station.


Ptl D Beeson 06/05/2018



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Wednesday, June 06, 2018
07:59 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183533
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Public Assist
431 S BROADWAY AVE


Complainant: SCHEETS, SGT J 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Officers were advised of a residential door 
that had been kicked in on a house that was 
not occupied in the 400 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. Officers arrived in the area 
and cleared the house with negative contact 
inside. Officers then cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183534
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
RR Crossing Gate Malfunction
MULLINS ST  RAILROAD Crossing


Officer(s) responded to the area of Mullins 
and the RR tracks for a report of a downed 
1 malfunctioning gate. Unit #1 had been 
traveling east on Mullins St crossing the 
double RR tracks when the crossing gate 
came down onto unit # 1's trailer. This 
action caused the crossing gate to break off 
of its mounting. There were no reported 
injuries and no citations were issued. Unit # 
1 did not appear to have any damage and 
was driven from the scene.


Unit # 1 / owner / TLM 3 Riv Inc
driver / Danielle Domon
vehicle / 2013 International (Semi)




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183535
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION 
968 E STATE ST

Officer(s) spoke with the complainant from 
a business in the 900 block of East State 
St. who reported a theft. The complainant 
stated that a unknown person in a blue mini 
van had pumped $28.42 in gas and then left 
the area without rendering payment. 
Officers provided the complainant with a 
report number then cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183536
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Theft
1249 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: TIMOTHY CHAMBERLAIN

Officers responded to the 1200 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a report of a theft. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that sometime before 6/5/2018 a 
License Plate was taken off of his trailer. 

Officers gathered the complainants 
information as well as the trailers 
information so it could be entered as stolen.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183538
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
246 N MADISON AVE SALEM

Complainant: TAMMY LOWER

Officers responded to the 200 block of N. 
Madison Ave. for a juveniles in the road 
way. Officers arrived on scene and found 
that the juveniles had a lemonade stand set 
up. Officer located the juveniles Parents 
and informed them of the complaint. The 
Parents apologized and stated it wouldn't 
happen again.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183540
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/violence)
151 E FIFTH ST SALEM

Complainant: BROWN, ROY 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Officers responded to the above stated 
location to assist Salem Housing Dept. with 
a subject that was arguing with them. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by until Salem 
Housing Dept. concluded their duty at the 
residence.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183547
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
WALMART


Unit # l , Owner: CHERYL FAULKNER 

Unit #2,  Owner: LOIS KEPICS 


Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a report of a motor vehicle 
accident on private property.

Officer arrived and found that Unit#l was 
backing from a parking spot when it struck 
Unit#2. Damage was photographed and 
report numbers were issued.



Ptl D Beeson 06/05/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183498
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Accident No Injury
925 E STATE ST SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been traveling east in 
the 900 block of East State St when the 
driver stopped for traffic. Unit # 2 had also 
been traveling east in the 900 block of East 
State St when the driver failed to stop for 
traffic. This action caused unit# 2 to strike 
unit # 1 from behind. 

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


Unit # I / owner / driver / Gayle Shinn
vehicle / 2018 Chevy



Unit # 2 / owner / Kenneth Double Jr
driver / Mary Double
vehicle / 2009 Chevy




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183499
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Stolen Vehicle
287 S UNION AVE SALEM


Complainant: GEOFFREY COCCIA

Complainant advised officers that a vehicle 
was stolen from his attached garage 
sometime overnight This morning he found 
a screen cut and entry made into the home 
A red Pontiac was stolen from the garage At 
time of report he thought a circular saw was 
also missing from the house as he is doing 
remodeling He also found the front door 
unlocked, he had locked it around 8pm last 
evening when he left

A short time later he called back to report 
several other things missing from inside the 
house. Confirmed was the missing circular 
saw, box fan, pack of nails, chainsaw and 
possibly semi automatic pistol (owner 
advised the pistol had been missing several 
weeks and he wasunsure of it's 
whereabouts.) 

The vehicle was entered into LEADS after 
officer had also spoken with the registered 
owner. Matter under investigation



stolen vehicle: 2004 Pontiac Grand Am 4-
door, red, OH reg # HDD6181



Ptl  Banar



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183501
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Harassment
1270 CEDAR RIDGE DR 


Complainant: JESSICA CROSS

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr. for a report of possible 
harassment protection order violation. 

Officers met with the complainant who 
stated that she may have inadvertently 
violated a protection order and was unsure 
of what to da Officers advised her that she 
was not in violation due to the 
circumstances and provided her with 
options as to what to do if it occurred again



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183504
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Suspicious Person
408 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM



Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
South Ellsworth for a report of a suspicious 
person / check welfare. On arrival officers 
located the female in question at the rear of 
her residence. The female stated that she 
was unable to gain entry to her residence 
due to the doors being locked. Officers 
confirmed the female did reside in the 
building and called for the FD to assist in 
getting her into her residence. The FD 
arrived on scene and the female stated that 
she no longer wanted to go inside and 
walked away Officer's cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183505
Date: Monday, June 4,2018 
Suspicious Person


Officer took a report on station of a female 
walking in the 400 block of S. Ellsworth 
Ave. that the complainant was in fear she 
was going to harm herself. Officers later 
confirmed the female was located and did 
not present a harm to herself or others. 
Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183514
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 
S HOWARD AVE / W STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: BEESON, PTL 


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for an equipment and 
registration violation. During the stop open 
containers of alcohol were observed in the 
vehicle and K9 Simon did also indicate to 
the presence of narcotic odor. A probable 
cause search of the vehicle did yield 
marijuana as well. The driver and 
passenger were both issued minor 
misdemeanor citations and did obtain a ride 
from the scene.



Cited: Ronald E. Baughman Jr.
DOB: 1966
Address: 9491 Youngstown Salem Rd 
Canfield, OH 44406
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)
Open Container in a Motor Vehicle (MM)


Cited: Joshua M Seeley
DOB: 1984
Address: 1133 Prospect St Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Open Container in Motor Vehicle 
(MM)




Ptl D Beeson 06/04/2018





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Salem Police STORY #: 20183515
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 block of S 
Broadway Ave for speak with officer. The 
complainant advised her mother-in law was 
having problems with people dumpster 
diving on her property. The complainant did 
not want to provide any further information 
and was advised to contact the PD if she 
had further problems with the subjects.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/O73



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183517
Date:Monday, June 4,2018
Ambulance Needed
447 CONTINENTAL DR 46


Officer along with FD and KLG responded 
to the 400 blk of Continental for an 
ambulance needed. Complainant called the 
crisis hot line and advised she was 
depressed and needed to go to the hospital. 
Upon arrival, the female was voluntarily 
transported to SRMC for evaluation.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183519
Date:Monday, June 4,2018
OVI Arrest
673 E THIRD ST


Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Third St for a vehicle parked on an 
embankment in the alley. The driver of the 
vehicle advised he backed out of the 
driveway to far and was unable to move his 
vehicle. The driver of the vehicle appeared 
to be impaired and was administered field 
sobriety. The male subject was taken into 
custody for OVI and transported to the 
Salem Police Department. 

Pictures were taken of the damage to the 
vehicle and the damage to a gas line 
marker. The vehicle was towed by Sinsley's 
Towing and the fire department checked a 
gas line marker that was struck. 

The male subject was processed and 
booked at the station and then released into 
the custody of a friend.


Arrested: Delmar R. Knauff
DOB: 1964
Address: 462 W 4th St, Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.1 9Ala and 
Improper Backing ORC 4511.38a




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183525
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Attempted Suicide
942 E FIFTH ST SALEM


Officers responded to 942 E. Fifth St. for a 
report of a male juvenile contemplating 
harming himself with a weapon.

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
juvenile and he was detained with the 
weapon being secured. EMT Ambulance 
and the Salem Fire Dept. First Responders 
were dispatched to the scene. The juvenile 
was transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for evaluation.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183526
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Suspicious Person
MAPLE ST 1900 BLOCK SALEM


Complainant: MARSHA VAUGHN

Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block 
of Maple St for a report of suspicious 
persons. Officers searched the area but 
were unable to locate said suspicious 
persons. Officers then talked to the 
complainant and cleared without
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 83528
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 022 c -1 20183528
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN 


Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, (330)337-7811

While on a traffic stop for driving with one 
headlight, this officer asked for consent to 
search the vehicle. During the consent 
search, officers located a meth pipe, 
suspected meth and other drug 
paraphernalia instruments. The vehicle 
driver was taken into custody, transported 
to the Salem Police Department for 
fingerprints and a booking photo and then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail. 

Another officer stayed with the vehicle until 
Sinslevs Towing company retrieved it. 
Officers then cleared without further 
incident.



Arrested: Gary R Anderson JR
Address: 14000 Lincoln ST SE LOT B
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia




Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183529
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Suspicious Person 
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING 

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, (330)337-7811

While on patrol, officer observed a female 
subject walking in the middle of the 
roadway outside of the crosswalks at S. 
Lincoln Ave. and E. State St. The female 
was also acting suspicious. Officer stopped 
and spoke with the female and advised her 
to stay on the sidewalk and use the 
crosswalks where necessary. Officer 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183535
Date: Tuesday, June 5,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION 

Officer(s) spoke with the complainant froma 
business in the900 block of East State St. 
who reported a theft The complainant 
stated that a unknown person in a blue mini 
van had pumpec$28.42 in gas and then left 
the area without rendering payment Officers 
provided the complainant with a report 
number then cleared



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Tuesday, June 05, 2018
07:38 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183508
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Civil Matter
292 W STATE ST B
AUTO SHOP

Complainant: STADIUM, GM

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
State St for a report of a civil matter. Officer 
arrived and spoke with the complainant who 
advised of someone refusing to pay for 
services rendered. Officer advised that the 
matter was civil but that a report would be 
on file.



Ptl D Beeson 06/04/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183510
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST


Complainant: BRADLEY 

A male pumped $24.00 in fuel into a silver 
Ford and left without paying, driving west on 
E. State St. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183498
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
925 E STATE ST SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle 
accident Unit # 1 had been traveling east in 
the900 block of East State St when the 
driver stopped for traffic. Unit # 2 had also 
been traveling east in the 900 block of East 
State St when the driver failed to stop for 
traffic. This action caused unit# 2 to strike 
unit # 1 from behind There were no 
reported injuries and no citations were 
issued Both vehicles were driven from the 
scene.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Gayle Shinn
vehicle / 2018 Chevy


Unit # 2 / owner / Kenneth Double Jr
driver / Mary Double
vehicle / 2009 Chevy



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183499
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Stolen Vehicle
287 S UNION AVE SALEM

Complainant: GEOFFREY COCCIA

Complainant advised officers that a vehicle 
was stolen from his attached garage 
sometime overnight This morning he found 
a screen cut and entry made into the home. 
A red Pontiac was stolen from the garage. 
At time of report he thought a circular saw 
was also missing from the house as he is 
doing remodeling. He also found the front 
door unlocked. he had locked it around 8pm 
last evening when he left.

A short time later he called back to report 
several other things missing from inside the 
house. Confirmed was the missing circular 
saw, box fan, pack of nails, chainsaw and 
possibly semi automatic pistol.

The vehicle was entered into LEADS after 
officer had also spoken with the registered 
owner. Matter under investigation.


stolen vehicle: 2004 Pontiac Grand Am red 
OH reg# HDD6181




Ptl  Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183500
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF E FIFTH ST SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
East 6th St for a report of a vehicle parked 
legally. On arrival officers located the 
vehicle in question and found it to be legally 
Parked Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183501
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Harassment
1270 CEDAR RIDGE DR SALEM

Complainant: JESSICA CROSS

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr. for a report of possible 
harassment/ protection order violation.

Officers met with the complainant who 
stated that she may have inadvertently 
violated a protection order and was unsure 
of what to do. Officers advised her that she 
was not in violation due to the 
circumstances and provided her with 
options as to what to do if it occurred again.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183502
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
911 Hang-up Call
777 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM 


Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
South Ellsworth for a reported 911 hang up 
call. On arrival officers checked the area 
and were unable to locate any type of 
disturbance. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183494
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Traffic Offense
423 S LUNDY AVE A

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

While in the area of S. Broadway Ave and 
Columbia St Police observed a black Ford 
SUV. Knowing the driver was suspended 
Police conducted a traffic stop in Sparkle 
parking lot. The driver was advised for the 
reason of the stop.

At that time the K9 conducted an open air 
sniff with a positive indication. Nothing 
illegal was found. 

The vehicle was towed by Sinsleys and the 
driver was cited for Driving Under 
Suspension.



Driver: Jessica L. De La Cruz
DOB: 1977
Address: 585 Columbia St Apt# C
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension




Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183495
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officers spoke with complainant on station 
in reference to phone harassment. 
Complainant advised of an issue between 
her and a coworker at her place of 
employment. Complainant was advised of 
her options.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183496
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
855 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: KYLIE ROSS


Report of two suspicious vehicles parked at 
the above business. Complainant advised 
that two SUVs were parked in the parking 
lot for 30 minutes. Officers responded, but 
the vehicles were gone upon arrival. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183497
Date: Monday, June 4,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
201 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

On 6/4/2018 officers were in the area of E 
Pershing and S Lincoln Ave and observed 
two vehicles parked at Quaker Village after 
hours of operation and a male and female 
subject standing next to both vehicles. 
Officers made contact with both subjects 
and asked what they were doing on the 
property after hours of operation. 

The male and female subject advised that 
they were exchanging items that belonged 
to each other and once they were finished 
they would leave. There were 
miscellaneous clothing, bags, and other 
house hold items that were laying on the 
ground next to where the two vehicles were 
parked. Officers advised both subjects that 
once they were finished to
leave. 

Officers then stayed in the area until both 
were finished. Once the subjects left 
officers cleared without incident.




Ptl. D Miller (917/098)




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Monday, June 04, 2018
08:04 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183483
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Unauthorized Use Of MV
846 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: SHIRLEY GRABOWSKI

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an unauthorized use of a vehicle. 
Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated her male cousin borrowed her 
mothers vehicle yesterday and hasn't 
returned it. The complainant stated they 
tried to contact the male subject but can't 
make contact with him. The male was last 
seen heading to Rogers, Ohio to see a 
friend.

The vehicle was returned a short time later



Ptl. M. Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183484
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Stolen Vehicle
2875 E STATE ST A
PARKING LOT

Complainant: CARL POYNTER,  
WELLSVILLE AVE LISBON, OH 44432 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a stolen vehicle. Prior to Officers 
arrival the complainant located the vehicle 
on the other side of the parking lot.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183485
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
811 N UNION AVE

Complainant: JULIE FORKEL

Report of a theft from a motor vehicle at the 
above address. Upon arrival, complainant 
advised that her white work bag with her 
credentials and personal info was taken 
from her vehicle. All information was 
gathered for the report and the complainant 
was given the report number. At 10:26 hrs. 
the complainant called back to advise that 
her husband had found her bag and 
contents strewn in the neighbor's bushes. 
She collected her things, nothing 
appearmissing.



Ptl. Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183486
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
265 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: MATTHEW STURGEON

Officer responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant regarding 
harassment. He advised that he and his 
girlfriend broke up and she keeps texting 
and harassing him. He stated that he then 
received a threatening message from an 
unknown number. The complainant believes 
that his ex had someone text him since it 
happened the same time as she was text 
arguing with him. The female half lives out 
of state and officer made contact with her 
via telephone. She was advised of the 
complaint and to refrain from any further 
harassing messages. She denied 
knowledge of who may have texted the 
complainant from the unknown number.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183488
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Accident MV vs Animal
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 24 SALEM

Complainant: MISTY PRATER


UNIT #1 DRIVER/Owner: MISTY PRATER 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a car vs. deer. Officers spoke 
with the driver of Unit #1 who stated she 
was driving westbound on S.E. Blvd. when 
a deer traveled into her path causing her to 
strike it with the front end of the vehicle. 
The deer ran off the roadway and into the 
woods.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183489
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Suspicious Person 
151 E FIFTH ST SALEM 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious person at a vacant 
residence. Officers made contact with the 
female at the residence and she was 
advised of the complaint. She stated that 
her uncle owns the property and she is 
staying there to start the renovation 
process. She further advised that it has 
been cleared with the city and all utilities 
have been turned back on.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183490
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Accident Private Property
2388 E STATE ST SALEM
WENDYs RESTAURANT



UNIT #1 DRIVER LUKE FLICKINGER 
Owner: AMANDA SMITH 


UNIT #2 DRIVER ADAM WASELICH 
Owner: RHONDA MCCLURE 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a private property accident. Unit # 1 was 
parked in a parking spot, while backing out, 
Unit #1 didn't see Unit #2 driving through 
the parking lot and struck the passenger 
side of Unit #2. Both vehicles had minor 
damage and were driven from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183491
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Flooded Roadway
1200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Report of a large amount of water coming 
up from the drain in the 1200 blk of E. State 
St. Officer checked the area and all 
appeared normal due to the torrential 
downpour. Once the rain slowed down, the 
water drained from the are as it should.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183492
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Debris In Roadway
780 W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the 700 block of W. 
State St for a possible loose manhole cover. 
When Police arrived everything appeared 
normal.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183493
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Recovered Property
200 BLOCK OF W WILSON ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, COMP

Recovered property dropped off at the 
police department by the complainant. 
Complainant found an Ohio driver's license 
in an alley in the 200 block of W Wilson St. 
The driver's license was placed in the lost 
and found.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183465
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Intoxicated Driver
987 7 STATE ST

Complainant: nicholas kline

Officer was advised of a possible 
intoxicated driver in the 900 block of W 
State St. Complainant advised of a gray 
Chrysler 300, which was travelling east 
bound on W State St, that had made 
multiple lane violations and was travelling 
while varying in speed. Officer located the 
vehicle and followed it to the area of E State 
St and Park Ave, where a traffic stop was 
conducted for another lane violation. The 
driver was found not to be intoxicated, but 
was cited with Marked Lanes (Salem ORD 
331.08).


Cited: Darren J. Krlich DOB 1970
1853 Mathews Rd
Youngstown, OH 44514
Charge: Marked Lanes (Salem ORD 
331.08)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183466
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Reckless Operator
1200 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Report of a gray Buick Rendezvous being 
operated in a reckless manner in the above 
area. Officer located the vehicle in the area 
of E State St and N Union Ave and followed 
it to E Third St where it pulled over and the 
driver exited. Officer stopped and made 
contact with the driver who advised that he 
was upset because his daughter had gotten 
into a verbal altercation with her in laws. He 
stated that he was responding to check on 
her. Officer cleared a short time later.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183469
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
969 W WILSON ST C


Complainant: ANGELA VINT

Police responded to the 900 block of W. 
Wilson St. for a report of an autistic juvenile 
male who was irate and broke a car 
windshield. The complainant advised 
officers that the male didn't have his 
evening medication and that he was having 
a rough week. 

Upon arriving the juvenile was inside a 
locked vehicle with the windshield cracked 
from him kicking it. The male kept locking 
the car doors so officers could not get in. 
Officers and members of the juveniles 
family spoke to him for approximately 30 
mins. trying to get him to calm down and 
exit the vehicle to talk.

Once the male did exit the vehicle he 
grabbed a broom and swung it at officers. 
Officers grabbed the broom from the males 
hands and asked him several times to have 
a seat in a chair so he could calm down. 
The male then grabbed a cinder block and 
attempted to swing it towards officers. The 
male was then detained. 

First responders and KLG were called to 
the scene. The male was transported to 
Salem Regional Medical Center for 
evaluation. The owner of the vehicle did not 
wish to do anything about her damaged 
windshield.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183468
Suspicious Odor
945 Jennings Ave


Oficers responded, along with the Salem 
Fire Department, to the 900 block of 
Jennings Ave. in reference to a suspicious 
odor. Complainant advised that he smelled 
a strong odor of ammonia coming from his 
basement. The FD responded to the 
basement and determined that the odor of 
ammonia was actually dog pee. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20183470
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Underage Consumption
111 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: TARA PLEGGE


Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
Jennings Avenue for a report of underage 
consumption. Officers responded and were 
advised by the complainant that her parents 
were out of town and just got home finding 
their other daughter had two friends over 
and one of them had been drinking alcohol. 
Officers spoke with the home owners who 
advised they just got home and the male 
juvenile subject who was intoxicated started 
to get physical with them. Officers spoke 
with their other daughter, who had not been 
drinking alcohol after investigating, who 
advised another male juvenile had brought 
alcohol to the house and her other friend in 
the house had been drinking it. Officer 
entered the home to make contact with the 
male juvenile and heard him fall down the 
staircase to the upstairs of the residence. 
Contact was made with the juvenile who 
was conscious, but highly intoxicated. 

First Responders and KLG Ambulance 
responded and the juvenile was transported 
to the SRMC. 

Officers responded to the hospital and were 
met there by the juveniles mother who was 
advised of the incident. The juveniles 
mother was advised that her son was being 
charged with underage consumption and 
the juvenile court would contact them via 
mail.


Charged: ****JUVENILE****  816 W. Wilson 
St. Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 10-23-02)
Underage Consumption M1



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183471
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
W WILSON ST / RAILROAD CR


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a water main break. Officer 
arrived on scene and observed a large 
amount of water all over the roadway and 
along the railroad tracks. Officer advised 
dispatch to notify the water department who 
responded and shut the water off. They 
advised they will be out during the day to fix 
the issue



Ptl. LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183473
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer located a vehicle parked inside 
Waterworth Memorial Park after closing 
hours with two subjects inside. Officer made 
contact and advised them of the park hours. 
They were sent on their way and officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183474
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Suspicious Person
1152 ORCHARD BEND DR

Complainant: JAMES HOMMAN

Complainant reported a suspicious person 
outside his residence near his vehicle. 
Officers responded and discovered that a 
few juveniles next door were playing a 
game outside. The juveniles were on their 
property. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183475
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Intoxicated Person

Complainant: MILLER, PTL

On 6/3/2018 officers were in the area of the 
I00 block of E Pershing near Broadway Ave 
and observed a white male subject that 
appeared intoxicated and struggling to walk 
properly. Officers then approached the male 
subject, Vincent Paul Fink, and spoke with 
him in regards to what was going on. Fink 
had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage 
coming from his person and was struggling 
to stay up straight. 

Officers advised Fink that he could not be 
out in public when he is that impaired to the 
point where he can not walk on his own and 
that he is now a liability to himself and the 
public. Officers then filled out a citation for 
Disorderly Conduct (being intoxicated in a 
public place) and then transported Fink 
back to his address in the 600 block of E 
Third Street. Fink was then issued his 
citation and officers stood by until Fink 
made it back into his residence safely and 
then cleared without incident.


-Ptl. D Miller (917)

Cited Person: Vincent Paul Fink
DOB: 1969
Offense: Disorderly Conduct



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183476
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Ambulance Needed
509 COLUMBIA ST SALEM


Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a possible deceased individual. 
Officers along with medical personnel 
arrived on scene and made contact with a 
juvenile, who advised that his dad had 
passed away. While speaking with the 
juvenile the dad came walking down the 
stairs. It was determined that he was 
intoxicated and had passed out. Officers 
cleared.


Officers were called back to the residence a 
short time later because the male subjects 
wife advised that she would like to leave the 
residence due to her husbands intoxicated 
state. Officers advised the male subject to 
stay at his residence and not leave due to 
his intoxication. A translator was on scene 
due to a language barrier to advise the 
subject to stay home.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183477
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE (1500 BLOCK) SALEM

Complainant: Brooks, PTL 

While on patrol in the 1500 block of E. State 
St. officer stopped a red Dodge Grand 
Caravan for a lanes violation.

The driver of the vehicle/owner, Felipe 
Perez Juarez, did not possess a drivers 
license. Juarez was cited and the vehicle 
was towed by Sinsleys.



Cited: Felipe Perez Juarez
DOB: 1968
Offense: No OL ORC 4510.12A1



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183478
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
196 HAWLEY AVE 1/2


Complainant: RHONDA TOMAS

On 6/3/2018 officers responded to the 100 
block of Hawley Ave in regards to a 
domestic dispute. Upon arrival officers 
spoke with the complainant, and the victim 
in regards to the matter. The complainant 
Rhonda Tomas stated that her son, who is a 
juvenile, was advised not to go out for the 
evening and in retaliation the juvenile then 
threw a table at his step father Sebastian 
Tomas after he also stated that he could not 
leave. The juvenile then approached 
Sebastian and started fighting with him, 
during this time Sebastian brought the 
juvenile to the floor while defending himself 
and received a gash on his forehead. 

After speaking with the juvenile, Sebastian, 
and Rhonda all parties stated that the 
juvenile was the primary aggressor.

The juvenile was then placed under arrest 
for domestic violence and then transported 
back to the station for booking. 

Once booking was completed the juvenile 
was then transported to Tobin where he 
was released to the staff members custody.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)



Arrestee: ***JUVENILE***
DOB: 2002
Charge: Domestic Violence 
(ORC:2919.25A1)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183479
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Assault
265 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: MATTHEW STURGEON

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave in reference to an assault. 
Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
victim who advised that he observed two 
unknown males attempting to break into a 
265 N Ellsworth Ave and he tried to stop 
them. Complainant reported that one male 
was bald, while the other had long black 
hair.

Complainant advised that the two males 
physically attacked him and then fled on 
foot east bound. 

Officers were advised that the incident had 
taken place approximately an hour and a 
half before police were contacted. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance were 
requested to the scene, due to the victim 
having a visible head injury. He ultimately 
refused treatment and officers cleared. 
Investigation pending.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183480
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Dispute (NO Threato/Violence)
141 W THIRD ST SALEM 

Complainant: Brooks, PTL C 

While in the 200 block of N. Ellsworth Ave. 
officer heard a verbal dispute in the 100 
block of W. Third St. going on.

Officers spoke to the home owner and 
several subjects at the residence who were 
having a party. Officers were advised 
everything was okay. Officers advised the 
subjects that they were being too loud and 
needed to quiet down for the evening. The 
subjects advised that they understood and 
would go inside for the evening.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183481
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Intoxicated Person
535 COLUMBIA ST SALEM


Complainant: PASTOR ERIC

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Columbia St in reference to an intoxicated 
male. Complainant advised that the subject 
was outside the residence and pounding on 
the front door. Officers made contact with 
the subject, who was sitting on the front 
porch of the residence with an open 
container of alcohol. Due to having dealt 
with the subject on a previous incident 
earlier in the shift, where he was voluntarily 
intoxicated and acting in a disorderly 
manner, the subject was subsequently 
taken into custody for Disorderly Conduct 
with Persistence. 

The subject had previously been advised 
not to leave his residence due to his 
intoxication. He was transported to the 
police department for processing and later 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Francisco Hernandez Gomez 
DOB 09/09/1992
509 Columbia St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct with 
Persistence (ORC 2917.1 1B1)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183482
Date: Sunday, June 3,2018
Assist Other Agency 


Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer assisted an Ohio State Highway 
Patrol Trooper with an lntoxylizer breath test 
at the police department on a male subject 
who the Trooper arrested for OVI. Officer 
witnessed the reading of the BMV 2255 and 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Cochran 912-016



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Sunday, June 03, 2018
10:11 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183447
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Ambulance Needed
912 block of E 15th Street

Complainant: Brooks, PTL C 

On 6/2/2018 officers responded to the 900 
block of E 5th Street in regards to a male 
subject that had fallen down in his 
residence and sustained an injury by doing 
so. Officers stood by with him until 
emergency services arrived on scene. 

Officers then cleared with out incident once 
the subject was loaded into the back of the 
ambulance.




-Ptl. D Miller (917/098)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183446
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

While on patrol officer noticed a vehicle 
occupied by two subjects parked inside 
Centennial Park after hours. The subjects 
were eating food they just got from Taco 
Bell. Officer advised the subjects of the 
parks hours and sent them on their way.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 06/02/18



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Salem Police STORY #:20183445
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Accident Hit  Skip
300 E STATE ST A SALEM
SALEM FITNESS CLUB


Hit/Skip Accident - Private Property

Officer was dispatched to the parking lot of 
the Salem Fitness Club in the 300 block of 
E. State Street for a report of a hit/skip 
accident. Officer was advised that a large 
White truck struck a black SUV and then left 
the area. 

Officer responded and located a Mercury 
Mountaineer SUV with left front damage to 
the bumper area. Photographs were 
obtained. The owner of the vehicle arrived 
and she was advised of the accident. The 
owner , REBECCA GREENE, CUYAHOGA 
FALLS, OH , provided her information and 
she was advised of a report number. The 
suspect vehicle was not located.


Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183444
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Intoxicated Driver
2345 E PERHSHNG ST SALEM 

Officers responded to 2300 block of E 
Pershing St for a report of a possible 
intoxicated driver traveling westbound at a 
very low rate of speed with 4 way hazards 
activated. Officers located the vehicle, 
initiated a traffic stop and learned from the 
driver that the vehicle had sustained a 
cracked rim, therefore he was driving it 
slowly. The individual was not familiar with 
the area and was following a GPS to try to 
get back to a family members residence 
located on Continental Dr. Officers assisted 
the individual and got him back in the right 
direction to reach Continental Dr. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183443
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Suspicious Activity
480 E PERRY ST

Complainant: CHRISTOPHER CHADWICK

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
E. Perry Street for a report of a person 
attempting to take an air conditioning unit 
from a window. Officer responded and 
spoke with the complainant who advised 
that someone attempted to take his window 
air conditioner, but the person ran when 
he/she realized someone was home. 

The complainant stated that the person ran 
north bound from the residence. Officers 
checked the area, but no persons were 
located. No damage was reported to the air 
conditioner.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183440
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Assault 
488 COLUMBIA ST SALEM

Complainant: JANIKAM GAY

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Columbia St in reference to an assault that 
occurred in the 500 block of E Pershing St, 
at the Salem Fun Factory. Upon arrival, 
officers made contact with the complainant 
who advised that she was struck on the 
back of the leg by her ex-boyfriend, which 
left a red mark. The victim denied medical 
attention

Officers made contact with the suspect who 
denied having assaulted the victim. The 
matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183439
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Fireworks Complaint
SOUTHEAST BLVD / KENNEDY

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Southeast Blvd. and Kennedy Drive for a 
fireworks complaint. Officer responded to 
the area, but no fireworks were observed. 
Officers spoke with several residents who 
advised they heard/seen the fireworks 
around the area of Southeast Blvd. and 
Tanglewood Drive.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183438
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
SUS- Suspicious Activity
2203 E STATE ST A SALEM

Officers responded to check the well being 
of a female individual reportedly walking 
West along E State on the edge of the road 
who was possibly intoxicated. Officers 
located a female pedestrian fitting the 
provided description near E State St and 
Southeast Blvd. The individual appeared to 
have fallen at some point as evidenced by a 
small amount of gravel on her leg, but she 
declined any sort of medical assistance. 

The individual did not display any indicators 
of intoxication and stated she was on her 
way home and did not need anything. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183437
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
207 HAWLEY AVE SALEM


Complainant: OSBERG, PTL

Police responded to the 200 block of 
Hawley Ave for a parking complaint. The 
resident had parked the vehicle in the front 
yard. The resident was advised of the city 
ordinance. The resident then removed the 
vehicle.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183436
Date: Friday, June 1,201 8
Unruly I Delinquent
196 HAWLEY AVE 1/2


Complainant: RHONDA TOMAS

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Hawley Avenue for an unruly juvenile 
complaint. Officers responded and met with 
the complainant who advised that her 
15yoa son was not listening to her and 
called her vulgar names.

The complainant also advised that her son 
has anger issues and that there was no 
physical violence. Officers spoke with the 
male juvenile who advised he was arguing 
with his mother and that she had called him 
a name first. Officers were advised that the 
juvenile was grounded, but went to the park 
today when he was not supposed to. 
Officers advised the juvenile that he needed 
to listen to his mother and he was advised 
of the consequences to his actions.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183435
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check


Female on station, who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Office, was taken into custody and 
bought back to the booking room for 
processing. She was later transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail by the CCSO.


Arrested: Dana L. McGilvary DOB 1983
705 E Fifth St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Aggravated Menacing



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183434
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Harassment


Complainant: CORINA CHESTNUT, EAST 
PALESTINE, OH 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that while she 
was at Walmart a known female subject 
followed her around and would not leave 
her alone. 

Officer will contact the other party involved 
and advise them of the complaint and not to 
have any further contact with the 
complainant.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183433
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
927 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM


Police responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a domestic in progress. 
Upon arrival officers spoke to both a male 
and female who advised everything was 
okay and that they had a verbal dispute. 
Both subjects were advised to call the PD if 
they needed anything.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183432
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
E FIFTH 700 BLOCK A SALEM

Complainant: Brooks, PTL

While officers were in the 700 block of E. 
Fifth St. checking for a female subject with 
an active warrant out of Columbiana County 
officers seen a male subject who matched 
the description of a subject officers were 
looking for to speak with from a prior 
incident. Officers spoke to the male, 
however the male was not the subject 
officers were looking for.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183428
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Harassment
714 NEWGARDEN AVE 4 SALEM


Complainant: DIANA MANIS

Officer met with a female complainant on 
station who wished to file a harassment 
report involving her neighbor. The 
complainant advised that she feels her 
neighbor tried to hit her with his vehicle 
when he was pulling in to the apartment 
parking lot. The complainant advised that 
she believes the neighbor has also caused 
damage to her property in the past. The 
complainant further stated that her 
boyfriend and the neighbor do not get 
along. 

Officer spoke with the neighbor who stated 
that he did not try to hit the complainant 
with his vehicle and he did not see her 
standing by the telephone pole when he 
pulled in the parking lot. The subject 
advised he does not want contact with the 
complainant and all parties were advised to 
cease contact.



Ptl. C. Crider 916-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183451
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Suspicious Person
200 BLOCK OF S LUNDY AVE B SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to the area of the 
police department for a female subject 
walking down the street in a t-shirt and no 
pants on. Officer located the female in the 
200 block of S. Lundy Avenue with a t-shirt 
on and underwear.

Officer is familiar with the female subject 
who suffers from a mental disability and she 
advised she was heading to a friends 
house. The female was transported to her 
residence in the 400 block of S. Ellsworth 
Avenue and advised of the necessity of 
putting on pants first.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183448 
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Reckless Operator
HAWLEY AVE / E FOURTH ST SALEM

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a reckless operator. 
Complainant advised that the operator of an 
orange Chevy Cobalt was driving recklessly 
on Hawley Ave and almost struck multiple 
vehicles. Upon arrival, officers located the 
vehicle parked in the 1000 block of Fourth 
St, but the operator was already inside his 
residence.

Officers attempted to make contact with the 
male operator, but he didn't answer the 
door. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183449
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Intoxicated Driver
W STATE ST / BENTON RD SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
area of W State St and Benton Rd in 
reference to a marked lanes violation.

After making contact with the driver, 
observed the driver to have her 7 year old 
son in the back seat of the vehicle.

During the investigation, the driver was 
found to be under the influence and taken 
into custody for OVI. The driver was then 
transported to the police department for 
processing. The driver's son was also 
transported to the police department and 
later released to his father. The vehicle was 
parked in a near by parking lot to be taken 
by a family member. The driver was also 
charged with Endangering Children and 
later transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.



Arrested: Ashley M. Gilkerson DOB 1986
230 S Arch Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: OVI (ORC 4511.19A1a)
OVCLegal Limit (ORC 4511.19A1d)
Marked Lanes (ORC 4511.33A1)
Endangering Children (ORC 2919.22C1)




Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183450
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
378 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: HOLLY FEGERT

Police responded to the 300 block of E. 
Fourth St. for a report of a dispute. The 
complainant advised officer that her and her 
husband were arguing and their 7 year old 
son kept hitting her. Officers advised the 
complainant that there isn't anything they 
could do in regards to her child. Both 
parties involved agreed to remain separated 
until things cooled down.


Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183452
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Suspicious Person
384 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a female subject walking in the 
middle of the roadway in just a t-shirt and 
underwear. Officers located the female 
walking on Jennings Ave. near State Street. 
The female subject stated she was walking 
to her friends house just up the road. 
Officers dealt with the female subject two 
hours prior for the same complaint. She 
was returned home and told not to leave 
her residence. Officers arrested the female 
subject for Disorderly Conduct amd she 
was transported to Salem Police 
Department and processed then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Nicole Michelle Hilton DOB 1969
408 South Ellsworth Ave
Salem Ohio
Charges: Disorderly Conduct 2917.11(A)(5)




Ptl. R. Miller 904/067



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183454
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Child in Roadway 
800 BLOCK OF E SIXTH ST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of three children playing in the 
street. Officers located three small children 
playing in the roadway without any parental 
supervision. Officers spoke with the children 
and asked where their parents were at, they 
said in the house sleeping and pointed to a 
residence. Officers observed the front door 
to be ajar, Officers announced themselves 
while making entry. Officers located a 
female subject sleeping on the couch and 
woke her up. The female subject stated she 
fell asleep and didn't hear her children leave 
the residence. 

Children services will be contacted about 
the incident.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183455
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
E PERSHING ST / S LUNDY A SALEM

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL

Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
a blue colored vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration, HIF9459 sitting parked in the 
no parking area and on the side walk at the 
northeast corner of E. Pershing & S. Lundy 
(520 E. Pershing).

Officer gave the vehicle a red warning for 
the two violations and located the 
ownerloperator of the vehicle inside a local 
business. The female owner/operator 
advised she was new to the area and didn't 
know she was not allowed to park like that?

She also advised she didn't know she was 
going to be that long.

The vehicle was moved.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183456
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
100 BLOCK OF PENN AVE SALEM

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL

Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
a dual wheel truck bearing Ohio 
registration, FMC5438 parked on the wrong 
side of the road in the 100blk of Penn.

The vehicles left side was to the curb.

(vehicle facing north on the west side of the 
street)

Officer issued a red warning for the 
violation.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183457
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Unruly / Delinquent
912 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: MICHAEL BLOWER

Report of a unruly juvenile at the above 
address. Upon arrival, complainant advised 
that his 9 year old step daughter was 
creating a disturbance. This officer spoke 
with the child, she advised that she was 
upset because she had to follow rules and 
wanted to go to her dads. After talking for a 
while she advised that she would behave so 
there would be no further problems.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183459
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV 
464 S UNION AVE SALEM

Complainant: DAVID MILLER

Police responded to the 400 block of S. 
Union Ave for a parking complaint. The 
complainant was concerned about the 
neighbors vehicle because it had not moved 
in a few days and the plate was expired. 
Police attempted to make contact with the 
registered owner.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183460
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Domestic In Progress
378 E FOURTH ST 1/2

Report of a domestic in progress at the 
above location. Upon arrival, officers spoke 
with both parties involved and both advised 
that it was just a verbal argument the end of 
their marriage and property dispute. No 
violence was observed and the female half 
was gathering personal items and leaving 
so there would be no further problems.



Ptl  Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183461
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Debris In Roadway
S BROADWAY AVE / E PERSHING 
STREET 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a large amount of glass in the 
intersection of Pershing & Broadway.

Officer got a broom from the custodians 
closet at this department and swept it to the 
southwest corner for the street department 
to get Monday, 06-04-18.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183463
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF PENN AVE SALEM 

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL

Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
a black colored vehicle bearing 
Pennsylvania registration, KLE7674 parked 
left side to curb in the 100blk of Penn Ave.

(vehicle facing south parked on the east 
side of the road)

Officer issued a red warning for the 
violation.


Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183464
Date: Saturday, June 2,2018
Child Custody Dispute
744 ETHIRD ST

Complainant: HEATHER COURTNEY

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the female complainant and 
her ex over the custody of their 11 year old 
daughter. The male advised he has total 
custody of the daughter but received a call 
where he resides in Niles, Ohio advising of 
possible problems at the females/mothers 
residence.

It was found that the female did have 
papers advising she had half the summer 
visitation at this time.

Officers observed nothing going on at time 
of complaint.

Officer advised the male that he would need 
to contact the court over his concerns.



Ptl. French 041



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Saturday, June 02, 2018
07:51 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183427
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Solicitor(s)
2320 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location and 
advised the male subject and his family that 
a complaint was filed and they needed to 
move on. The male advised they would 
leave at that time.



Ptl LaRosa


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Salem Police STORY #: 20183426
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Reckless Operator
1900 BLOCK OF E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Police responded to a possible reckless 
operator on State St. The complainant 
advised it appeared the driver was falling 
asleep at the wheel. Police searched along 
State St and were unable to find the 
vehicle.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183395
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Theft
142 OHIO AVE SALEM

Complainant: SHANNON TUCKER

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
Ohio for a reported theft. On arrival officer 
spoke with the complainant The 
complainant stated that she believed her 
nephew had stolensome prescription 
medication from the home Officers spoke 
with the nephew who admitted to the theft 
Officers placed a 12 year old male juvenile 
in custody for delinquency. The juvenile was 
transported to the station were he was 
processed and then released to a family 
member. Officers cleared


Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183419
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Barking Dog
2210 EDGEWOOD DR
YARD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location and 
could hear dogs barking from around the 
residence

There was a cleaning service there and 
they advised that once they leave the dogs 
will quiet down.

The owner of the animals had just left.

Officer issued a red warning for 
Barking/Howling Dog(s) City ordinance 
505.09 and left it there for the cleaning crew 
to advise the owner or just leave it so the 
owner could find it



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183421
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
1151 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Complainant: CASTO, LT D

Reporting officer responded to the above 
location and recovered twosuspected 
marijuana cigarettes The items were 
brought back to the PD and destroyed


Lt. David L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183422
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Hold-Up Alarm
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE
FINANCIAL INSTITUTION

Complainant: SECURITAS, alarm 

Officer responded to the above location and 
was advised by employee unknown reason 
why alarm was activated. All tellers were 
checked and found to be fine. They were 
contacting the alarm company for possible 
reasons and solutions.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183423
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1634 E STATE ST


1988 FORD TK WH,DRIVER/OWNER- 
WILLIAM MANYPENNY, CANFIELD, OH


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a commercial truck that struck a 
yellow fire hydrant

Officers spoke with the driver of the truck 
who stated he did'nt see the hydrant, a 
chipper shredder actually struck the hydrant 
cracking the crown on top of the hydrant 
The Water Department was contacted to 
check the hydrant.

Both the chipper shredder and the hydrant 
had minor damage.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183417
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Dog At Large
JENNINGS AVE / W SECOND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a dog at large. Officers along with the 
owners of the dog located the dog and the 
owners were able to leash the dog.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183415
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
352 E THIRD ST SALEM

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
E Third Street for a report of criminal 
damaging. Upon arrival, officers were 
greeted by the complainant who advised 
that during the middle of the night she 
heard a sound and later found the glass on 
her back door to be shattered. Officers 
gathered as much information as possible 
but were unable to locate an instrument that 
would have caused the damage.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183414
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
N LINCOLN AVE / E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ASHLEY HOUSE

Officers responded to the area of N. Lincoln 
and E. 6th for a juvenile complaint. 
Complainant advised there were several 
juveniles out riding their bikes after curfew. 
Upon arrival, officers checked the area but 
were unable to locate the juveniles in 
question.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183413
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Ambulance Needed
675 ARCH ST


Officer responded to the 600 block of Arch 
St to assist the Salem FD and EMT with a 
medical call. A male was transported to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center and officers 
cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183412
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Suspicious Activity
855 W STATE ST

Complainant: DUNKIN DONUTS, WEST 
855 W STATE ST SALEM, OH 44460 

Officer responded to the 800 block of W 
State St for a report of suspicious activity. 
The complainant advised that two subjects 
were standing in the drive thru of a local 
business. Officer did make contact with the 
subjects who did leave the area without 
incident.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183411
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Ambulance Needed
1816 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: CHARLES JOHNSON

Officers responded to the 1800 blk of S.E. 
Blvd. for an ambulance needed. 
Complainant advised he was having chest 
pains but could not get to the door to unlock 
it. Upon arrival, officers were able to locate 
an unlocked window and make entry.

KLG arrived on scene and transported the 
subject to SRMC for medical attention.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183410
Date: Friday, June 1,2018
Suspicious Activity
855 W STATE ST SALEM 
RESTAURANT

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 800 block of W 
State St for a report of a suspicious male 
looking into the windows of a business. 
Officer arrived and located the male who 
stated that he was using WIFI and would be 
leaving. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183409
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Suspicious Vehicle 
619 E PERRY ST SALEM

Complainant: PAIGE MURRAY

Officer responded to the 600 blk of E. Perry 
for a suspicious vehicle. Complainant 
advised an unknown black SUV was driving 
by yelling at her. Upon arrival, officer 
checked the area but was unable to locate 
the vehicle in question.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183408
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Check Well Being
175 W STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

This officer was dispatched to the 100 block 
of W State Street for a well being check on 
a driver parked in a vehicle.

While in route, dispatch advised that the 
vehicle was currently in transport heading 
eastbound. This officer was unable to locate 
the vehicle but another officer did advise 
that this male has been known to sleep 
inside his vehicle during multiple other 
occasions. Officers cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183407
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Traffic Offense 
100 BLOCK OF W PERSHING STREET

Complainant: YOUNG, PTLD 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Officer conducted a traffic in the 100 blk of 
W. Pershing for several equipment 
violations. K9 Argo responded and did 
indicate to the odor of narcotics during an 
open air sniff of the vehicle. The vehicle 
was search and nothing illegal was located. 
The rear passenger did admit to smoking 
marijuana prior to the stop. 

The driver was given a written warning for 
one head light and no plate light and 
advised the get them fixed as soon as 
possible.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183406
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Suspicious Activity
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: CRYSTAL HAMILTON

Officer responded to the 100 block of W 
State St where it was reported that a male 
was smoking at a gas pump.

Officer arrived but found that the vehicle 
had since departed. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183405
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
638 HIGHLAND AVE

Complainant: ADT, SECURITY

Officers responded to an alarm activation at 
638 Highland Ave. Upon arrival, officers 
made contact with a female resident inside 
the home and found the alarm to be 
accidental. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183404
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018 
Ambulance Needed
515 W E IGHTH ST SALEM

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 500 block of W 8th 
St for an unknown medical problem. Officer 
arrived and found that a female had taken 
too much medication. The female was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT Ambulance.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183403
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Intoxicated Person
585 COLUMBIA ST B

Complainant: HEATHER HOFFEE

Officers responded to 585 Columbia St. 
Apt.#B for a report of an intoxicated male. 
Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
male, whom was inside his own apartment. 
The male reported several issues with the 
complainant in Apartment D. 

Officer spoke with the female complainant 
and all parties were advised to stay away 
from each other.

Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183402
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/violence)
192 W PERSHING ST 2 SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 100 blk of W. 
Pershing for a report of a dispute. 
Complainant advised that she could hear 
the residents down stairs yelling. Upon 
arrival, officer spoke with both parties 
involved who advised they had a verbal 
disagreement due to one of the roommates 
wanting the other to move out. 

Both parties were advised of the eviction 
process. One of the roommates advised 
that he was moving out this evening and 
would not return.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183401
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Assist Other Agency
193 W FOURTH ST


Complainant: BOARDMAN TVVP, PD 
BOARDMAN

Officer responded to the 100 blk of W. 4th 
to deliver a message to a subject for 
Boardman PD. Upon arrival, officer was 
unable to make contact at the residence.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183400
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Recovered Property
987 W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to Dairy Queen for a 
recovered property report. Complainant 
advised a wallet was left by a customer. 
The wallet was recovered and contact was 
made with the owner. The owners husband 
responded to this station and recovered the 
wallet.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183398
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Mental  Disturbed Person
217 W TENTH ST SALEM

Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
10th St for a report of a disturbed person. 
Officers arrived along with the Salem FD 
and EMT. The female was transported to 
the Salem Regional Medical Center.



Ptl D Beeson 05/31/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183395
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Theft
142 OHIO AVE SALEM

Complainant: SHANNON TUCKER


Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
Ohio for a reported theft. On arrival officer 
spoke with the complainant.

The complainant stated that she believed 
her nephew had stolen some prescription 
medication from the home.

Officers spoke with the nephew who 
admitted to the theft. Officers placed a 12 
year old male juvenile in custody for 
delinquency. The juvenile was transported 
to the station were he was processed and 
then released to a family member. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Friday, June 01, 2018
10:25 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183396
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Drug  Narcotic Abuse
COURT DR K SALEM


Officer responded to a complaint of 
juveniles smoking marijuana in the 
bathroom at Centennial Park. Upon arrival 
the suspected juveniles had fled on foot 
eastbound on Oak St. The male caller 
advised that the juvenile had a bad attitude 
and foul language. 


Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183397
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Suspicious Person
COURT DR K SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to a complaint of 
juveniles smoking marijuana in the 
bathroom at Centennial Park. Also that an 
adult was yelling at juveniles. Upon arrival 
the suspected juveniles had fled on foot 
eastbound on Oak St. The male caller 
advised that the juvenile had a bad attitude 
and foul language. The adult that had yelled 
did identify the complainant/juvenile on this 
call. I spoke with the juvenile caller about 
the matter. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183385
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Check Well Being
1742 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: SHERIFF STONE,  COUNTY 
HOME RD LISBON

Officers responded to the 1700 block of 
North Ellsworth to check on the welfare of a 
city resident. On arrival officers spoke with 
the person in question who stated that they 
were having some family problems The 
man stated that he was fine and thanked 
officers for checking on him Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183386
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Assist Parry Police
619 W PINE LAKE RD SALEM

Complainant: DEPT, SHERIFFS 8473 
COUNTY HOME RD (330)424-7255

Officers assisted Perry Township Police 
Department in attempting to server a 
warrant Officer arrived in the 600 block of 
W. Pine Lake Rd. in Perry Township. 
Negative contact with the male subject was 
made



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183387
Date. Thursday, May 31,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E FOURTH SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
North Ellsworth for a report of drug 
paraphernalia On arrival officers took 
possession of the item (a syringe) and it 
was properly disposed of. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183388
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
911 Hang-up Call
570 HIGHLAND AVE

Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN

Officers responded to a 911 hang up call 
which "pinged to 570 Highland Ave. Officers 
spoke with several workers there working 
on the roof. No one knew about the call and 
officers cleared 


Banar901


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Salem Police STORY #: 20183389
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Fire Alarm Ck
721 W STATE ST SALEM 


Officer(s) responded with the FD to the700 
block of West State St for a report of a 
smoke / fire alarm from a residence. On 
arrival officers located a malfunctioning 
smoke detector on the back porch Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183390
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Public Assist
1742 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the 1700 block of 
North Ellsworth for a reported civil issue. On 
arrival officers stood by until the issue was 
resolved Officers cleared



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183391
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
MIS- 911 Hang-up Call
525 E STATE ST

Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN

Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
State St. for a 911 hang up. While enroute 
officers were advised that the complainant 
called back and stated that it was accidental 
Officers then cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183392
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Reckless Operator
E STATE (1900 BLOCK) A

Officer(s) responded to the 1900 block of 
East State St for a report of a vehicle being 
operated in a reckless manner. On arrival 
officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question. Officers 
cleared



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183393
Date: Thursday, May 31, 2018
Fraud

Complainant: VICKI CASEY

Complainant on staticn to speak with a 
officer about fraudulent charges onher 
credit card The complainant stated that she 
had been notified by the credit card 
company of two possible fraudulent charges 
that had been made on her credit card. 

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



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183394
Date: Thursday, May 31, 2018
Reckless Operator 
1700 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN

Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN 

Officer checked for a reckless driver on S. 
Lincoln but the vehicle was gone upon 
arrival 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183383
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Parking Complaint  Violation 
1184 CLEVELAND ST


Officers were dispatched to the 1100 block 
of Cleveland Street for a report of a parking 
complaint. Upon arrival, officers noticed that 
the vehicle was parked near a shared 
driveway and was able to be there. Officers 
did attempt to make contact with the vehicle 
owner but were unsuccessful and cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183382
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
1872 E STATE ST SALEM

Officers responded to the Taco Bell parking 
lot located at 1872 E. State St. for a report 
of an argument between subjects in the 
parking lot. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with a male 
subject in the driver seat of a vehicle who 
advised he became upset when he 
observed a male driving an Avenger to fast 
through the parking lot and almost struck 
somebody. Officer spoke with the male that 
was reported driving the Avenger and 
advised him of the complaint. All parties 
were later sent on their way. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. 8. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183381
Date: Thursday, May 31,2018
Suspicious Vehicle

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

While on patrol in the 400 blk of W. Wilson, 
officer observed a vehicle parked in the 
parking lot of a closed business.

Officer checked the vehicle and found it to 
be unoccupied. Officer also checked the 
building and found it to be secure.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183380
Date:- Wednesday, May 30,2018
Traffic Offense 
E SCHOOL ST / E SIXTH ST SALEM

Complainant: BEESON, PTL

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle where the driver had a 
suspended drivers license. During the stop, 
the driver did consent to a search of the 
vehicle. The driver was ultimately cited for 
the suspended drivers license and a valid 
passenger did drive from the scene.


Cited: Tre Von D. Cato
DOB: 1993
Address: 1539 Norwood Ave Girard, OH 
44420
Charge: Driving under non compliance 
suspension



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183378
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Open Burning
287 S UNION AVE / E PERSHING

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer along with FD responded to the 200 
blk of S. Union for an open burning 
complaint. Upon arrival, FD advised the fire 
was a legal fire, but did explain the laws 
regarding open burning.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183377
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Animal Complaint 
2350 E STATE ST A SALEM
DEPARTMENT STORE

Officer responded to the Peebles parking lot 
for a report of a dog locked in a vehicle. 
Upon arrival, officer checked the area but 
was unable to locate the vehicle in 
question.

Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183376
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Menacing  Threats 
156 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: DALE PATTON, SOUTH 
RANGE NORTH LIMA, OH 

Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
police station regarding alleged menacing. 
The complainant believed that a male 
known to him threatened him with a 
weapon. A statement was taken and will be 
sent to the Columbiana Count Prosecutors 
for review.



Ptl D Beeson 05/30/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183375
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
N ELLSWORTH AVE / LEGACY SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to N Ellsworth near 
Legacy Ln. for a report of a possible 
intoxicated driver. Officer did check the area 
but did not locate the specific vehicle.



Ptl D Beeson 05/30/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183374
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Disabled  Stuck MV
1000 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

Officer observed a disabled vehicle in the 
1000 blk of N. Lincoln. Officer was able to 
assist the driver out of the roadway till help 
could arrive.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183379
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Accident No lniury Reported
139 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Complainant: NEFF, NANCY L 149 BEARS 
DEN RD LEETONIA, OH 44431 (330)427-
2126
Officer responded to the 100 block of S 
Broadway Ave for a report of a motor 
vehicle accident without injury. Officer 
arrived and found that Unit#l had backed 
from a parking spot on Broadway and 
backed into Unit#2 which was legally 
parked on the other side of the street. The 
driver of Unit#l was advised that she was at 
fault for the accident.

Photographs were taken and report 
numbers issued.

Unit#l Driver: KRISTINA DANKLEF , 
Owner: BILLY NOLAN  , SALEM OH

Unit#2 (parked) Owner: NANCY NEFF , 
LEETONIA OH




Ptl D Beeson 05/30/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183366
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Limbs  Tree  Lines In Road
CAROLE DR / WHINNERY RD SALEM 


Officers responded to the area of Carole Dr. 
and Whinnery Rd. for a damaged tree limb. 
Officers arrived in the area and located the 
damaged limb over the road way. Officers 
advised dispatch to notify the Street 
Department.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183364
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPITAL


Complainant: SALEM ER, HOSPITAL 

Officer(s) responded to the 1900 block of 
East State St (Salem regional Medical 
Center) for a report of a combative patient. 
On arrival officers spoke with the nursing 
superviser. The supervisor stated that the 
patient in question had been restrained to 
the bed. The supervisor stated further that 
the patient had assaulted one of the nurses 
who had been attempting to assist her. 

The female in question was charged with 
Assault. Due to the fact that the female was 
already in the custody of the county jail she 
was transported back to jail by the 
Columbiana County S.O. 

Officers typed charges on the female and 
she was then served at the county jail. 
Officers cleared.

Ptl R Keister 056/906 05/30/12018

Arrested / Kayla R Baker / D.O.B. 1993
Charge / Assault



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183363
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Child  Juvenile Problem
837 E THIRD ST 5 SALEM

Complainant: GEAN KIBLER

Officers responded to the 800 block Of E. 
Third St. for a report of juveniles in the 
roadway. Officer arrived on scene and met 
with the complainant who had the children 
on the side walk. Officers asked if they 
knew where they lived and the juveniles led 
officers to there residents. Officers were 
able to speak with the mother of the 
juveniles and return them safely. Officers 
gathered all information needed and 
cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183359
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Ambulance Needed 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

While on patrol, officer was flagged down at 
the above stated location. Officer located an 
adult female having a medical issue and 
stood by until medical personnel arrived on 
scene.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183358
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Check Well Being
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: Brooks, PTL 

Officers responded to the 500 block of S. 
Madison Ave. for a patient that left the 
hospital. Officers searched the surrounding 
area with negative contact. Officers spoke 
to the Doctors via telephone and they 
stated that she was free to leave. Offciers 
then cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Thursday, May 31, 2018
06:02 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183357
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Animal Complaint
409 WOODLAND AVE SALEM


Complainant: AMANDA PEDRO

Officer responded along with Salem Fire 
Department Personnel to a residence in the 
400 block of Woodland Ave for a report of a 
bat inside the residence. One of the 
residents had trapped the bat in a box 
against the wall. FD Personnel were 
subsequently able to capture the animal 
and removed it from the residence. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183356
Date: Wednesday, May 30,2018
Check Well Being
292 W STATE ST B

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
W. State Street to check the well being of a 
female subject walking down the road in a 
night gown. Officers responded and located 
the female in the roadway with a night gown 
on and no shoes or socks.

Officers made contact with the female and 
after speaking with her it was found she 
was suffering from a mental disorder. 

First Responders and an ambulance 
service was requested and the female was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center for evaluation by KLG Ambulance.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183354
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Intoxicated Driver
968 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
State in regards to a possible drunk driver 
driving around in a parking lot.

Upon arrival officers observed the vehicle 
parked properly in the lot. Officers then 
made contact with the owner of the vehicle 
who was coherent and not impaired. The 
owner stated that the vehicle was parked 
for the last twenty minutes. 

Officers then cleared without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (918/098)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183353
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
N LINCOLN AVE / E NINTH ST
CEMETERY

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT B 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811

While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
turn into an entrance to Hope cemetery 
which was closed after dark.

Officer subsequently observed the vehicle 
stopped near the entrance and contact was 
made with the driver who advised of having 
stopped briefly to use a cell phone. Officer 
advised the driver that the cemetery closes 
at dark.



Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183352
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Theft
1194 CLEVELAND ST SALEM

Complainant: DANIEL ZEIGLER

Police responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland St for a possible theft. When 
speaking with the complainant he advised a 
truck had taken his childrens basketball 
hop. Police viewed footage of the subject 
taking the item. Contact was made with the 
subject that had taken the item. The subject 
advised it was on the curb lawn and thought 
it was out for trash. The subject advised he 
would return the item.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183350
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Reckless Operator
277 HICKORY LN SALEM

Police responded to the 200 block of 
Hickory Ln. for a report of two dirtbikes 
racing on the road. Officers checked the 
area, but were not able to locate the dirt 
bikes.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police Department
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
180 HAWLEY AVE SALEM

Complainant: AMANDA WARDELL

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Hawley Avenue for a dispute complaint over 
property. Officers responded and met with 
the complainant who advised she 
responded to the property to retrieve her 
clothes and two televisions. The 
complainant further stated she moved out of 
the residence a few weeks ago and had an 
argument with the female resident that still 
resides there. 

Officer advised the complainant that if there 
is a dispute over property it would be a civil 
matter if the other female does not wish to 
provide her with the property. 

Officer spoke with the other female who 
provided the complainant with clothes, but 
stated the televisions belong to her. Both 
parties also advised they are receiving 
threats from one another via telephone. 
Both parties were advised to cease contact 
with each other and any dispute over 
property would need to be handled in civil 
court. The complainant's mother and sister 
had also been with her and they all 
departed the residence.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183347
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
445 ARCH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
Arch Street for a loud music complaint. 
Officer responded and located the source of 
the loud music. Contact was made with a 
male resident who was advised of the 
complaint and he stated he would turn the 
music down.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183346
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Child Custody Dispute
2060 MONROE ST 42 SALEM


Complainant: BRUCE MERRYMAN

A male subject responded to the station in 
reference a custody dispute. The subject 
was worried the mother of the children 
would attempt to remove his children during 
his weekend. The subject was advised the 
issue was civil and if the mother responded 
and caused an issue to contact Police.


Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183345
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Domestic In Progress 012 b
355 ROOSEVELT AVE SALEM

Police responded to the 300 block of 
Roosevelt Ave for a domestic. When Police 
arrived both parties were separated. A male 
and female had minor injuries. Both parties 
advised the main aggressor that started the 
altercation was the grandmother. 

The grandmother had already left the 
residence before Police arrived. Both 
parties gave conflicting stories and refused 
to press charges. The female advised she 
would leave with her child for the night. 
Police are still attempting contact with the 
grandmother. Further investigation pending.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
11:16 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183330
Date Tuesday, May 29,2018
Dog At Large
700 B LOCK OF E FOURTH ST SALEM


Complainant: RON CHAMBERS

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a small dog running loose. 
Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the dog.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 83331
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
1985 E PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: THOMAS STOCKMAN

The complainant responded to this 
department to report damage to his bicycle. 
He stated he resides at a residential facility 
at the above location and he parks his 
bicycle outside of the building. He advised 
that someone flattened his tires on both of 
his bicycles on four separate occasions. 
The complainant believes that someone 
residing at the facility is responsible for 
doing the damage.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183332
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Junk MV
915 W WILSON



Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a vehicle bearing front plate Ohio 
registration, HEG9588 that had expired in 
April of this year. On the back of the vehicle 
bearing Ohio registration, (45 day tag) 
F388247 with the VIN matching the vehicle 
for both.

Officer issued a red warning to the vehicle 
for City ordinance Illegally 
Parked/Abandoned Vehicle Parked on 
Street/Road 303.09 48hrs must be moved.

Also officer left a note that the front plate 
must be removed the vehicle could not 
have two separate plates on it.

The vehicle was parked on the street in the 
900blk with an open field by it.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183333
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
1274 E PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: Ownwer RICKY JONES

Officers responded to the above location for 
a hit skip accident. Officers spoke to the 
complainant who stated that a white taxi 
van backed into a vehicle parked legally on 
the side of the roadway, then just drove 
away. 

The complainant wasn't able to see which 
taxi service it was, the vehicle had minor 
damage.



Ptl. M. Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183334
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S LINCOLN AVE / COLUMBIA ST


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 2009 Chevrolet TK 2600HD White 
in color
Owner/Operator: Randall Bleakley 1036 
Elberon Ave Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: 2000 Buick 4Dr LS Silver in color
Owner/Operator: Frank Mozina 512 
Continental Dr Apt. 34 Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was north bound on S. Lincoln 
attempting to make a left hand turn onto 
Columbia St. to head west bound.

Unit #2 was stopped at Columbia at the 
legally posted stop sign for S. Lincoln Ave. 
ar;b attempted to make a left hand turn out 
onto S. Lincoln to head north bound from 
Columbia St. 

Unit #2 failed to see Unit #1 and pulled out 
striking Unit #1 on the left front bumper area 
with it's right front corner.

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



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183335
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
424 W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: CHRISTOPHER DAWES

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit# 1 was attempting to 
back up a rented UHaul Truck when he 
struck a gas meter near the roadway in the 
above area. This caused the meter to break 
and began to leak gas and the street was 
shut down until Columbia Gas responded



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183336
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2586 E STATE ST A SALEM
DOLLAR TREE


UNIT # 1 2010 TOYT Rav4 SW, 
DRIVER/OWNER: Christine Kline , SALEM, 
OH

UNIT # 2 2005 FORD Escape SW RED 
DRIVER/OWNER: Nancy Anderson , 
LISBON, OH



Two Vehicle Private Property Accident

Unit # 2 was traveling eastbound through 
the parking lot at 2586 E. State St. Unit # 1 
was parked in a parking space in front of 
the store. The driver of Unit # 1 attempted 
to back out of the parking space and 
backed into the driver's side rear quarter 
panel of Unit # 2 with Unit # 1's right side 
rear bumper and spare tire cover.


Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183337
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Reckless Operator
N LINCOLN AVE / E FOURTEENTH ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location for 
a red colored mini van heading south into 
the City from the by-pass that had gone the 
wrong way on the by-pass out side the 
City's jurisdiction that the complainant had 
advised made a right turn towards the City 
on N. Lincoln (SR9/62).

Officer checked the area and did not locate 
the vehicle.



Ptl. French/041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183338
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
1100 B LOCK OF E STATE ST


Complainant: CASTO, LT D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of debris in the roadway. 

Officers located a headlight in the 
Eastbound lane and removed it from the 
roadway.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183340 
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Theft
275 ELM AVE

Complainant: Peter Ort

Report of at theft of fuel at the above 
business. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised that some time overnight someone 
had stolen 40-50 gallons of fuel from one of 
the delivery trucks. Complainant advised 
that he wanted the incident documented 
and a extra watch after midnight.



Ptl Miller




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183341
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Accident Private Property
2333 E STATE ST SALEM
SHOE SENSATION


UNIT # 1 2018 JEEP SW , Driver/Owner: 
GRETCHEN WHITMAN , SALEM, OH

UNIT # 2 2018 GMC SW RED, 
Driver/Owner: KACIE HONEYWELL , 
SALEM, OH



Police responded to Giant Eagle parking lot 
for a private property accident. Unit #1 
backed into the rear passenger side wheel 
well of Unit #2. Unit #2 had slight damage 
to the plastic on the wheel well. 

No damage was observed or Unit #1. No 
injuries were reported. Both parties 
requested the incident to be documented.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183342
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Public Assist


Officer met with a male subject from out of 
the area who was needing assistance in 
room and board for a night. He had a break 
down on his vehicle along with having to go 
to the hospital.

He slept in his vehicle but now it is to hot for 
him. Dispatch contacted Barnet's and 
Colonial Motels and they advised no room. 
Officer gave the male subject the paper 
work to get a meal and some fuel and 
advised him to try Barnet's after 4:00 P.M. 
this date if not there was nothing else officer 
could do. 

He advised he understood and was thankful 
for what was done at this time.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183343
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / N LINCOLN AVE


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 2010 Ford TK Ranger White in 
color
Owner/Operator: Gerald Powell 29760 King 
Rd Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2006 Nissan SW Pathfinder Black 
in color
Owner: Amy R. Zellers 14290 Duck Creek 
Rd Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Kane Zellers 11 1 Dartmouth Dr 
Canfield, Ohio 44406



Unit #1 was north bound on S. Lincoln and 
slowingktopped for the red traffic control 
device at Lincoln & State St (SR14) for the 
northlsouth traffic.

Unit #2 was behind Unit #1 and observed 
Unit #1 to start to move forward but failed to 
see it stop and struck Unit #1 in the rear 
with it's front. No injuries reported at time of 
the crash. No Unit(s) towed.



Ptl. French/041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183344
Date: Tuesday, May 29,2018
Assist Perry Police


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

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Township PD , who had 
requested a K9 on a traffic stop. K9 Argo 
conducted a sniff of the vehicle but did not 
indicate to the presence of a narcotic odor.



PTL LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183328
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Assault
1526 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: JAMIE MCFARLAND

Officers were dispatched to the 1500 block 
of S E Blvd in reference to an assault 
report. Complainant, who is a staff member 
of a group home, advised that the subject 
punched and kicked her while she was 
attempting to restrain her.

Officers made contact with the subject, who 
is a client of the group home and has a 
mental handicap. The subject advised that 
she did not want to go to bed when the 
complainant wanted her to, which resulted 
in the altercation.

While on scene, the subject made 
statements of committing suicide and 
medical personnel were requested to the 
scene. She was transported to the SRMC 
by EMT Ambulance.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183327
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Loud Explosion 
156 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Police responded to the area of KFC for a 
report of a loud bang. Officers checked the 
area, but were not able to locate anything. 
Officer spoke to several subjects who were 
outside in the area. They advised a truck 
backfired while driving by.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183326
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Animal Complaint 
2875 E STATE ST A
PARKING LOT


Complainant: CHAD COLLINS


Officer responded to the parking lot of a 
business in the 2800 block of E State St 
regarding several dogs in a vehicle in the 
parking lot. Officer located the vehicle and 
checked on the animals. There were two 
small short haired dogs in the vehicle. 

Although it was approximately 80 degrees 
outside, the sun had set some time ago, all 
four windows were open approximately 2 
inches each and the vehicle sun roof was 
also open. Officer felt the air inside the 
vehicle at the sunroof and it was no warmer 
than the outside air. Based on the totality of 
the circumstances the dogs were not 
deemed to be in any danger and both 
appeared in good health. A note was left on 
the vehicle windshield to let the owner know 
of the complaint and officer requested the 
owner be sure to expedite such visits to the 
store prevent such complaints in the future. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183324
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
186 S HOWARD AVE

Complainant: TERESA CASSINGER

Police responded to the 100 block of S. 
Howard for a parking complaint. The 
complaint advised a vehicle parked too 
close to the entrance. The vehicle was 
legally parked and the complainant had 
plenty of room in front of the residence. 
Both parties were asked to be civil with 
each other.


Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Tuesday, May 29, 2018
08:15 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183312
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Public Assist
361 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Report of a female that dropped her keys in 
the storm drain near the above location. 
Officer responded and was able to retrieve 
the keys.


Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183313
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Accident Private Property
1200 E SIXTH ST A SALEM
SALEM HS


Unit#1 Driver: BIXLER, BRANDON JAMES, 
Owner: HEATHER BIXLER 


PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT

The owner and driver of Unit#1 advised that 
they were legally parked in the above 
parking lot during graduation yesterday 
between 1300 hrs. and 1500 hrs. That 
when they came out they noticed someone 
had struck the right rear side of Unit#1. 

Moderate damage was observed to Unit#1 
at the time of the accident.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183314
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Complaint 037 a llncident
285 W PERSHING ST SALEM


Report of two small children walking a dog 
that they could not handle in the above 
area. This officer spoke with the mother, 
advised her of the complaint and the issues 
that it could cause in the future. She 
advised that she wont let it
happen again.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183315
Date. Monday, May 28,2018
Fireworks Complaint
WATERWORTH PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND 


Report of individuals that set off fireworks 
somewhere in the nature trail at Memorial 
park. Officers checked the entire trail and 
no one matching the description was 
located.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183316
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
SOUTHEAST BLVD / FRANKLIN SALEM

Complainant: LaROSA, PTL 


While on patrol, officer came across a 
disabled motorcycle on the roadway. Office 
made contact with the driver , who advised 
that his motorcycle was not running right. 
Officer assisted in moving it from the 
roadway as he had help on the way.



PTL LaROSA



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183318
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1078 E THIRD ST SALEM


Officers responded to the above location for 
a possible domestic dispute. Upon arrival, 
officers spoke with the parties involved. 
They advised that the dispute was verbal 
only and everything was OK. The female 
half also spoke with a family member who 
arrived on scene to confirm everything was 
OK. Both parties reported no physical 
violence nor was any observed. Both 
parties did ultimately leave the residence 
together.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183319
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Menacing / Threats
780 W STATE ST

Complainant: Brittni Makis

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant. She advised 
that her ex keeps showing up at her 
workplace and causes problems regarding 
their children. Officers also spoke with a 
manager on scene who advised that due to 
the problems that the male individual is 
causing, she does not want him back at the 
store.

Officers made contact with the male 
individual at his residence and he was 
advised of the complaint. He was also 
advised that his current issues with 
parenting and custody would need to be 
taken up with the court and his attorney not 
his children's mother's place of 
employment. The male individual was 
advised that he is not to return to the store 
or he will be charged with criminal trespass.



Sgt. D. Green / 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183321
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Person Down
8472 SALEM UNITY RD

Officers responded just outside the city 
limits to check on a male subject , which the 
caller advised was down on the ground 
near the roadway. Officers arrived on scene 
and made contact with the subject , who 
advised that he was just taking a rest in the 
shade and was fine. The subject advised 
that he was doing a walk for awareness 
from Cleveland to Pittsburgh and just 
happened to pick the hottest day to do it.



PTL LaROSA



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183322
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Theft
1592 E STATE ST


The complainant responded to this 
department to report a theft. She advised 
that she rents a room at a residence where 
three others also live. She stated that she 
has been having problems with her cellular 
phone and placed it in her dresser drawer 
awaiting her new sim card to arrive to have 
the issue fixed. Complainant stated that she 
discovered that her old sim card was 
removed from her phone a few weeks ago. 
She then discovered last night that the 
phone itself is now missing as well. 

The complainant was advised that due to 
several people residing at the residence, it 
would be difficult to prove who took the 
phone. She wanted the incident 
documented at this time without officer 
responding to speak with the tenants.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183310
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer assisted a Trooper with the Lisbon 
Post of the Highway Patrol at the Salem 
Police Dept. with witnessing the reading of 
the BMV2255 form on an OVI suspect the 
Trooper had placed under arrest. The 
Trooper offered the male subject a breath 
test on the lntoxilizer 8000, but the subject 
refused the test. 

The subject was also later transported to 
the Salem Regional Medical Center after 
requesting EMS.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183309
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Assist Other Agency
1796 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers were dispatched to the 1700 block 
of S Lincoln Ave to assist another agency. 
Upon arrival, officers observed an 
aggressive male who was already detained. 
The male was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center and when the 
scene became safe, officers cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183308
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
Suspicious Activity
312 W FOURTH ST 4


Complainant: Robinson, Barbara 

Officers responded to the 300 blk of W. 4th 
for a suspicious activity report. Complainant 
advised he heard a loud bang outside of her 
residence. Upon arrival, officers checked 
the exterior of the residence but could not 
find the source of the complaint. 
Complainant was advised to contact the PD 
if there were any further issues.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183307
Date: Monday, May 28,2018
911 Hang-up Call
410 COLUMBIA ST A SALEM

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 


Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Columbia St for a 911 hangup call. Officers 
went to the residence and were advised by 
the family that they did not call. Officers 
checked the wellbeing of the household 
members and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183306
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
E SCHOOL ST / E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the area of E. 4th and 
E. School for a suspicious vehicle report. 
Complainant advised an unknown black 
SUV was seen in the area several times. 
Upon arrival, officers checked the area but 
were unable to locate the vehicle.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183305
Date:Sunday, May 27,2018
Assist Other Agency 
231 S BROADWAY AVE B SALEM


Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer stood by on station for an OSP Post 
15 trooper while he conducted chemical 
testing for an OVI. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183304
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Loud persons
789 S LUNDY AVE SALEM 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 700 blk of S. 
Lundy for a loud persons report. 
Complainant advised there was several 
male subjects, who appeared to be 
intoxicated, listening to loud music on the 
front porch. 

Upon arrival, the subjects were advised to 
turn the music down and go inside the 
residence for the remainder of the evening.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183303
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Loud Persons
1745 PEARCE CR

Complainant: DUSTIN WILLGOHS

Officers were dispatched to the 1700 block 
of Pearce Circle for a loud noise complaint. 
Officers made contact with all members at 
the house and advised them to keep the 
noise down. Officers then cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183302
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Intoxicated Person
500 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E 5th street for a complaint of intoxicated 
persons. Officers made contact, advised 
them to remain on their property and 
cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183301
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Intoxicated Person
1208 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to 1208 Cleveland St. 
for a report of a male laying in the front 
yard. Upon arrival, the male was located. 
He was breathing but unresponsive. 

The Salem Fire Dept. and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene.

EMT ultimately transported the male subject 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center. A 
second male on scene also required 
medical attention due to a high level of 
intoxication. KLG Ambulance responded 
and transported him to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center. Officers cleared.



Sgt. 6. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183300
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1449 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officer responded to the 1400 block of E. 
State St. for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised officer that her 
neighbor came over to her residence and 
was banging on the door and said a few 
inappropriate words. Upon officer arrival 
both the complainant and male subject 
involved were having a discussion. Officer 
stood by until both parties involved came to 
a peaceful agreement.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183299
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: MATTHEW SOLDO

Officer spoke with the complainant in 
regards to a CPO and advised him officers 
could not escort him as the court had to 
authorize anything involving the CPO. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183298
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Traffic Offense
JENNINGS AVE / W EIGHTH ST SALEM


Complainant: SMITH, SGT

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
on Jennings Ave. near W. 8th St. for a 
speeding offense that occurred on Jennings 
Ave. Officer issued the driver a verbal 
warning for speed.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183297
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Theft
1125 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM

While on patrol in Centennial Park near the 
tennis courts, officer was flagged down by a 
male subject in regards to the theft of a 
bicycle. Subject advised that he works at 
Circle K East located at 1125 E. State St. 
and rode his bicycle to work on Saturday 
May 26th at 3:OOpm. and parked it around 
the back of the building near the dumpster.

Subject further advises that he usually does 
not ride his bicycle to work and that when 
he got off of his shift at 11:30pm he forgot 
that he had rode his bicycle to work and 
walked home. On today's date, May 27th at 
approx. 6:30pm he went back to Circle K to 
retrieve his bicycle and found it to be gone. 
Information was gathered for the report and 
officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183296
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Loud Persons
1439 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARCIA CLEVELAND


Officer responded to the 1400 block of E. 
State St. for a noise complaint. Officer 
located a residence where there was a 
party going on. Officer advised the 
homeowner of the complaint and to turn the 
music down.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183295
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
638 S UNION AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

While on patrol officer was flagged down in 
the 600 block of S. Union Ave. for a parking 
complaint. The complainant advised officer 
that there was a car blocking their driveway. 
Officer attempted several homes in attempt 
to locate the vehicles owner, but was 
unable to. 

Sinsley's Towing was contacted to respond 
to the scene to tow the vehicle. As the 
vehicle was being towed the owner arrived, 
paid Sinsley's the towing fee and the 
vehicle was released. 

The driver was also issued a parking 
citation.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183294
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Civil Matter
110 W PERSHING ST SALEM


Complainant: RAYMOND PETERS

Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
Pershing St. for a reported distraught 
person. Officers arrived and found the 
matter was civil in regards to property. 
Officers advised the complainant again that 
as long as they resided together property 
was a civil issue. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183293
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Ambulance Needed
1740 PEARCE CR


Officer responded with the Salem FD to the 
1700 block of Pierce Cir. No assistance was 
needed and officer stood by until the FD 
cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Monday, May 28, 2018
07:41 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183279
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
1399 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

OfFicer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
Franklin for a report of lines down. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant 
and notified the FD of the situation. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183281
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Littering / Dumping
1006 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: MIKE KISNER

Officer(s) responded to the 1000 block of 
East 4th St for a report of persons littering. 
On arrival officers spoke with, the 
complainant. The complainant stated that a 
unknown juvenile throws a large cup onto 
his property almost daily.

The complainant stated that had spoken 
with the person in question telling them they 
could throw the item into his trash can but 
the problem continues. 

Officers advised the complainant that they 
would attempt to speak with the person in 
question. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183282
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Civil Matter 

Complainant: CINDY BLAHO,  BERLIN 
STATION RD BERLIN CENTER, OH 

Complainant contacted this department to 
report a civil matter. The complainant 
advised she met a female at Dairy Queen in 
town to complete a Facebook market place 
transaction. The complainant advised she 
was distracted during the deal and departed 
the area. The complainant later determined 
the seller did not honor their agreed upon 
deal. 

Officer explained the matter was civil in 
nature and explained her options.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183283
Speak To Officer
1094 CLEVELAND ST SALEM

Complainant: TANISHIA LEWIS

Officer(s) responded to the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St for a reported speak with 
officer. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that a 
family member had left the residence two 
days ago and that she had not heard from 
him since. Officers advised the complainant 
of the options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183284
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Forgery

Complainant: SCOTT SHOAFF

Complainant on station in regards to a 
report of forgery. Complainant advised 
another coworker signed his initials on a 
chart. The complainant stated that the 
business is dealing with the matter but he 
wanted the incident documented.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183285
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
1156 S LINCOLN AVE B SALEM

Complainant: BARBARA SHEETS

Officers responded to the 1100 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. For a report of a Motor vehicle 
Hit Skip report. Officer arrived and spoke to 
the complainant, who stated that 
(happened) sometime during the night her 
vehicle that was parked in her drive way, as 
well as her lamp post. 

Officers documented the damage done to 
the vehicle and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183286 
Date. Sunday, May 27,2018
Theft
584 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: ALLYSIN GRIMM

Officers spoke to the complainant over the 
phone regarding a theft. The complainant 
stated that her dog was taken from her 
residence. Officers asked if she had any 
documentation to show ownership of the 
dog. The complainant stated that she had 
just gotten the dog a few days ago and did 
not have any at this time. 

Officers were aware that the dog in 
question has been seen at the house for 
over a week now and when confronted 
about this information the complainant 
stated that she indeed lied about how long 
she had the dog. 

Officers advised that she should contact her 
friend that she bought the dog from and that 
she could come the Police Department to 
provide a statement if she wished.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183287
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1742 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 
Upon arrival, officers learned the dispute 
started in a vehicle on W. Pine Lake Rd in 
Mahoning County and continued to their 
residence. 

Both sides had calmed down and advised 
the dispute was verbal only. Officers 
informed both to call if there are any further 
issues.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183288
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Recovered Property 
2350 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 2300 block of 
East State St for a report of recovered 
property. On arrival officers took possession 
of a wallet that had been located in the 
area. Officers were able to identify the 
owner of the property and she was notified. 
The property owner stated that she would 
respond to the station for the item. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 83289
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
2124 E STATE ST


Officer(s) responded to the 2100 block of 
East state St for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been traveling 
eastbound in the 2100 block of East State 
St when the driver stopped for traffic. Unit # 
2 had also been traveling eastbound in the 
2100 block of East State St when the driver 
failed to stop for traffic. This action caused 
unit # 2 to strike unit # 1 from behind. 

There were no reported injuries and both 
vehicles were driven from the scene.

The driver of unit # 2 was cited for A.C.D.A..


Unit #1 owner / driver / Marilyn Dailey
vehicle / 2016 Honda

Unit # 2  owner / driver / Jennifer Hall
vehicle / 2006 Saturn


Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183293
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Ambulance Needed 
1740 PEARCE CR SALEM 


Officer responded with the Salem FD to the 
1700 block of Pierce Cir. No assistance was 
needed and officer stood by until the FD 
cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183292
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Harassment
506 CONTINENTAL DR 13

Complainant: ELIZABETH FOLTZ

Officer spoke with the complainant in the 
500 block of Continental Dr. in regards to 
harassment. The complainant was advised 
the complaint itself may be civil, but no 
crime was reported. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183291
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Runaway / Missing 
1329 RIDGEWOOD DR SALEM

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Ridgewood Dr. for a reported runaway 
juvenile. Officers checked the area and 
completed the necessary paperwork. 
Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183290
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Barking Dog
2141 EDGEWOOD DR

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer checked the area of the 2100 block 
of Edgewood for a barking dog complaint. 
Officer checked the area and surrounding 
area and did not locate any barking dog. 
Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183277
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Reckless Operator
175 W STATE ST

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
West State St for a report of a reckless 
driver. Contact was made with the driver in 
the Speedway parking lot. During the 
investigation an open container of alcohol 
was found in the vehicle. The driver of the 
vehicle, Tristan D. Houpt was issued a MM 
citation for open container of alcohol in a 
motor vehicle. He was given a court date of 
5/31/2018 at 08:30a.m, in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.


Cited: Tristan D Houpt
DOB: 1986
Address: 8932 Huxley RD, Salem OH, 
44460
ORD: Open Container 529.0784



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Salem Police De~artment #: 20183276
Date: Sunday, May 27,2018
Traffic Offense
780 W STATE ST

Arrested: WILLIAM MCFARLAND,  182 N 
UNION AVE 2 SALEM, OH 44460

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
700 block of W. State St. for a traffic 
violation. During the stop K9 Simon was 
deployed and indicated to the presence of 
narcotic odor. 

Contraband was recovered from the vehicle 
and the driver was placed under arrest. The 
driver was transported on station, 
processed and taken to the county jail to 
await his charges to be clerked. The vehicle 
was removed by a licensed driver.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183275
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Loud Persons
821 E THIRD ST

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, (330)337-7811

While walking the area of the 800 block of 
E. Third St. for a previous call, officers 
observed and heard loud person(s) and 
music from the back yard of 821 E. Third St. 
Contact was made with the resident and 
advised to have everybody keep the noise 
down. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183274
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Domestic In Progress
156 N LINCOLN AVE
RESTAURANT

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 


Officers responded to the area of the 100 
block of N. Lincoln Ave. after a female 
called 911 all distraught. The female 
advised dispatch that she was "up the road 
from KFC." 

The 911 mapping system triangulated with 
90% confidence to the area of 323 Rose 
Ave. 

Officer made contact with a resident at 323 
Rose Ave. and found no problems at that 
residence. Officer checked another 
residence in the 800 block of E. Third St. 
and also found no problems. Officers 
walked the area on foot for several minutes 
and found no problems in the area. 

Dispatch also attempted to contact the 
complainant back several times and had no 
answer. Officers subsequently cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183273
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: KATIE 

Officer responded to the Smith Oil Gas 
station located at 968 E. State St. for a 
report of a drive off. The Clerk advised an 
unknown subject pumped $20.01 worth of 
gasoline into a silver Jeep Cherokee at 
pump #11 and fled eastbound on E. State 
St. without rendering payment. 

Officers did check E. State St. prior to 
arriving at Smith Oil and did not observe 
any vehicles matching the description. 

A report number was provided to the Clerk 
and officer cleared.



Sgt. 6. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183272
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Open Burning
781 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police and FD responded to the 700 block 
of E. Fifth St. for a male subject who had a 
large brush fire going. FD removed the 
brush from the fire and advised the subject 
the citys code for burning within the city.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183271
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Theft
2511 BENTLEY DR 1


Officer responded to Essex Building#? 
located at 2511 Bentley Dr. to speak with a 
resident regarding a theft. Upon arrival, the 
resident adivsed that sometime during the 
overnight hours of 5/25/18 unknown 
person(s) stole $700.00 in cash money from 
his room. 

Information was gathered from the victim 
and officer also spoke with an employee 
and gathered additional information. 

Officer cleared and an investigation is 
pending.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183270
Date: Saturday, May 26, 2018
Counterfeit Money 
1872 E STATE ST SALEM
RESTAURANT


Officer responded to Taco Bell for a female 
subject attempting to purchase food with 
counterfeit money. 

Officer spoke to the subject involved and 
confiscated the money. The matter is under 
investigation.


Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183269
Date: Saturday, May 26, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
927 W STATE ST SALEM


Officers responded to a dispute with no 
violence in the 900 block of W State St. 
After speaking with all subjects involved 
they were advised to leave one another 
alone and officers cleared without incident.

Zoning will be notified in regards to the 
overgrown vegetation on the property.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183268
Date:Saturday, May 26,2018
Suspicious Activity
589 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: MELANIE STURGELL

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of 
suspicious activity. Complainant advised 
she observed two subjects dressed in white 
coveralls and it seemed suspicious. Contact 
was made and officers found the subjects 
were cleaning the residence.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/1089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183267
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Civil Matter
584 E SIXTH ST SALEM 


Complainant: DENISE EBERLING

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 6th 
St. for a Civil issue. The Complainant 
advised she was in fear the residents at her 
house would attempt to hurt or threaten her. 

Officers arrived, found no criminal act 
occurring and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Sunday, May 27, 2018
07:47 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183261
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Littering  Dumping
270 ROOSEVELT AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Roosevelt Ave. for a signs near the road 
way. Officers made contact with the owner 
of the signs and notified them of the issue 
and they agreed to move them.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183262
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Residential Lockout
1788 MAPLE ST

Officers responded to the 1700 block of 
Maple. St. for a residential lockout. 

Officers were advised that the house sitter 
had locked herself out. 

Officers were able to contact the home 
owners and were told (how to get in).

The Fire department was able to gain entry 
to the residence and officers cleared the 
scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099  



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183263
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
483 E EUCLID ST SALEM

Complainant: NICOLA GRANDE


Unit # 1 had been unoccupied and legally 
parked in the 400block of Euclid when it 
was struck by unit # 2. Unit # 2 then fled the 
scene. Unit # 1 sustained damage to the left 
side.


Unit # 1 / owner / Nicola Grande
vehicle / 2002 Ford


Unit # 2 / unknown



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183264
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Civil Matter
584 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: CHAD PETRICH

Complainant on station in reference to a 
civil matter. The complainant requested to 
know how to remove tenants from a 
property he owns. Officer explained the 
eviction process.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183265
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
accidental damage
342 Roosevelt Ave.

Complainant: BOBBY WARNER

Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Roosevelt Ave. for a report of possible 
damage to property. Officers spoke to the 
complainant who stated that his car was 
keyed either Monday or Wednesday night. 
The complainant stated that the damage he 
believes that the damage was done by a 
knife. 

Officers observed the damage done to the 
vehicle and it did not appear to be 
consistent with a knife. the damage done to 
the vehicle appeared to be small scratches 
possible small rocks. Officers documented 
the damage and gathered the complainant 
information.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183266
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Civil Matter
765 E THIRD ST


Complainant: MARYANN KILBREATH

Complainant on station in reference to a 
civil matter. The complainant advised she 
needed to deal with a tenant at a apartment 
she owns and has had issues with another 
tenant that lives in the building. 
Complainant requested officers escort her 
and stand by while she conducts her 
business. Officer advised we would be in 
the area if needed.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183267
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Civil Matter
584 ESSlTH ST SALEM

Complainant: DENISE EBERLING

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 6th 
St. for a Civil issue. The Complainant 
advised she was in fear the residents at her 
house would attempt to hurt or threaten her. 
Officers arrived, found no criminal act 
occurring and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183259
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Suspicious Person
800 B LOCK OF SUPERIOR AVE SALEM


Officers responded to the area of Superior 
Ave. for a report of a suspicious male 
subject walking in the middle of the 
roadway. Officers arrived immediately after 
being dispatched and were unable to locate 
anybody walking in the area. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183258
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Suspicious Person
500 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: DENISE LANDFRIED

Officers responded to the area of the Smith 
Center apartments located at 500 E. Fourth 
St. after the female complainant called to 
advise that she was awaken by a male 
inside her apartment. The complainant did 
not wish to speak with an officer, but to 
have the area checked for the subject. 

Three officers checked the area and were 
unable to locate anybody around. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183257
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Suspicious Person 
E FIFTH 700 BLOCK A SALEM

While on patrol in the 400 blk of N. Lincoln, 
officer observed a female walking in the 
roadway. Officer made contact and was 
advised by the female that she was being 
followed by several unknown male subjects. 
The female advised she was walking in the 
roadway where it was light and she could 
be seen. 

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the male subjects in question.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183256
Date: Saturday, May 26,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: POST, 15  SR 45 LISBON, 
OH 

Officer assisted a Trooper with the Lisbon 
Post of 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 subject did 
provide a breath sample on this agency's 
Data Master. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183253
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Domestic In Progress
649 E SEVENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E Seventh St for a report of a domestic in 
progress. Upon arrival, officers made 
contact and found both parties to be 
separated. Officers then talked to both 
parties and witnesses to gather as much 
information as possible. This case will be 
sent to the Columbiana County Prosecutors 
Officer for review for possible charges.


Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183252
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Intoxicated Person
880 SUMMIT ST SALEM

Complainant: BRENDA MOYER

Officers responded to 880 Summit St. for a 
report of an intoxicated male subject 
causing a disturbance in the residence. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the female 
complainant who advised the male was 
intoxicated and was raising his voice at her. 
Officer spoke with the male subject and 
advised both parties to stay away from each 
other.

Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183251
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Check Well Being 


Complainant: BONNIE PRAISE

Officers responded to the 1900 blk of 
Whinnery Rd for a well being check. 
Complainant advised she received a 
concerning text from an employee. Upon 
arrival, officers spoke with the subject in 
question and also read the message that 
was sent. 

Officers did not observe any reason the 
subject needed medical attention.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183250
Date:
Barking Dog 
JENNINGS AVE / W NINTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to the area of 
Jennings Ave. and W. 9th St. after an 
Anonymous caller called to report a barking 
dog. The Anonymous caller reported the 
dog to be barking for approximately 45 
minutes. Upon arrival, I sat stationary at the 
intersection of W. 9th St. and Jennings Ave 
and did not hear any dogs barking or see 
any dogs in the area. Officer also sat at W. 
8th St. and Jennings Ave. and also did not 
hear any barking dogs. Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183249
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment

Complainant: JENNIFER HUTTON

Complainant on station to file an lnternet 
harassment report. Complainant advised 
her juvenile son is receiving inappropriate 
messages from an unknown subject 
through instagram. Complainant did advise 
she blocked the unknown subjects account 
and would talk with her son about it when 
he returned home from his fathers.

Complainant advised she would contact this 
department if she found and further 
information regarding the unknown account.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183248
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Intoxicated Driver
400 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY SALEM

Officers responded to the 400 block of S. 
Broadway Ave for a reported intoxicated 
driver. Officers located the driver inside a 
business and found the driver and occupant 
were involved in a verbal argument. Officers 
ensured the two had a ride and cleared 
without incident. No driving was observed 
by officers.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183247
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Recovered Property
785 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the rear parking lot of 
the Salem Memorial Building located at 785 
E. State St. for a report of a set of golf clubs 
in a golf bag that had been left unattended 
for an extended period of time. Upon arrival, 
officer located the golf clubs sitting beside a 
dumpster. Officer transported the golf clubs 
to the police dept. for safe keeping



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183246
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the area of N. Lincoln 
Ave. near E. Third St. for a report of a 
disabled vehicle. Upon arrival, officer spoke 
with the semi driver briefly who advised he 
ran out of fuel and had help on the way. The 
driver had his reflective triangles properly 
placed out and there was no immediate 
traffic hazard. Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183245
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Assist Perry Police
1318 W STATE ST

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 


K9 Simon was requested for a open air sniff 
of a vehicle in the 1300 block of W State St. 
K9 Simon was deployed and alerted to the 
presence of narcotic odor. Contraband was 
recovered from the vehicle and Salem PD 
officers assisted Perry Twp. PD until no 
longer needed. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Saturday, May 26, 2018
07:20 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183241
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
1152 ORCHARD BEND DR


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer received a complaint of loud music 
from the area. It was possibly from 11 52 
Orchard Bend Dr. Residents were advised 
of the complaint and voluntarily turned it 
down. 


Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183243
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Animal Complaint
713 W WILSON ST

Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
West Wilson St for a reported animal 
complaint. On arrival officers found several 
small dogs outside of the residence who 
were barking. Officers were unable to make 
contact at the residence and left a red 
warning tag. The humane Officer was called 
and responded to the scene to access the 
situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183233
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
SUGARTREE 600 BLOCK SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
East 2nd St for a report of drug 
paraphernalia. On arrival officers took 
possession of the item in question (a used 
syringe) The item was brought to the station 
and disposed of. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183235
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Littering I Dumping
270 ROOSEVELT AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the 200 block of 
Roosevelt Ave for a complaint of a sign in 
the curb lawn. Police attempted to locate 
the owner of the sign but was not found. 
Police then removed the sign.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183236
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Harassment 
364 W SEVENTH ST


Complainant: DEVINM ZUBAY

Complainant on station to report 
harassment. The complainant advised his 
ex girlfriend will not stop harassing him in 
public and attempts to contact him via 
text/calls. The complainant was advised to 
cease all further contact and I would advise 
his ex the same. The complainant was also 
encouraged to call if he is being harassed in 
a public business.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183239
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Harassment 
1146 E TENTH ST SALEM


Complainant: VALERIE COOPER

Officer spoke with complainant and her 
adult son at their home. Ms.Cooper advised 
that her adult son, Mr. Cooper has a friend 
who lives on E Pershing St. He is Mr. Smith. 
Mr.Cooper was helping Smith with the bike 
on or about the second week of May this 
year. The motorcycle was accidentally 
dropped and it caused damage to the fering 
and gas tank (right sides). Mr. Cooper did 
not tell him what happened at the time as 
he was afraid on how Mr. Smith would act. 
Smith did not find out until later and became 
angry with Mr. Cooper for not telling him 
and or damaging the bike. Mr. Cooper 
advised he has been getting text messages 
from the motorcycle owner which contain 
vulgarly and threaten to take court action. 
Mr. Cooper advised he tried to reason with 
the bike owner but the bike owner is 
unreasonable and threatens to take him to 
court. 

Allegedly, Social media has also been used 
by Smith, per the complainant and Mr. 
Cooper. Officer advised them to seek the 
advise of a civil attorney and that I would 
speak with the motorcycle owner and 
advise him to refrain from uncivil contact 
with Mr. Cooper via texts and social media.

I spoke with the motorcycle owner a short 
time later at his residence. Mr. Smith 
advised that he was upset with Mr. Cooper 
in that he did not tell him the truth about 
dropping the bike and causing the 
damages. The new fering cost about 
$1000.00 and was fairly new. It was 
damaged on the right side along with some 
scuffs on the right side gas tank. Mr. Smith 
denied threatening Mr. Cooper and advised 
he may seek court action for the damages. 

Officers advised him to also contact his 
insurance company along with an attorney 
and not have contact with Mr. Cooper as 
they did not want to be contacted. Officer 
did witness some damage to the right sides 
offering and gas tank.

Officer advised him to not contact Mr. 
Cooper but go through an attorney or 
insurance company.


Motorcycle: 2004 Honda Shadow, black, 
OH reg # BOX03




Ptl Banar



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183240
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
300 BLOCK OF E SIXTH ST SALEM

Officers responded to a suspicious person 
call in the 300 block of E 6th St. Officers 
found a dispute had occurred and no 
violence between the occupants of the 
vehicle. The subjects went their separate 
ways and officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183231
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
196 W EIGHTH ST SALEM


Police responded the 100 block of W. 
Eighth St. for a report of a domestic in 
progress. Upon arrival officers spoke with 
two female subjects at the residence who 
advised officers that a male subject who left 
prior to officer arrival was yelling and 
slamming things. The subjects advised that 
everything was currently okay and that the 
male didn't have any plans to return.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 05/25/18



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183232
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: Brooks, PTL 

While on patrol officer noticed a suspicious 
vehicle sitting near the atm at Consumers 
National Bank with its lights OR. Officer 
stopped and made contact with the driver of 
the vehicle. Officer was advised that they 
were getting money to get gas and that they 
didn't have gas to burn while waiting for the 
atm. Officer did observe the subject leave 
the atm and go get gas.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 05/25/18



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183230
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
CENTENNIAL PARK DR / MAPLE ST
PARK PLAYGROUND


Unit 1, DRI: Owner: LA CRUZ JESSICA 
LUCILLE DE

Unit 2, parked/unoccupied Owner: 
KATHERINE ELLIOTT 


Officers were advised of a hit/skip car 
accident that had occurred in a parking lot 
at Centennial Park off of Oak St.

While responding, officers were advised 
that both vehicles that had been involved 
were now near Columbia St and Penn Ave.

Officers made contact with individuals at 
that location and received conflicting 
information from each side as to what had 
transpired. Fresh damage was noted on the 
rear passenger bumper of Unit 1 which 
matched fresh damage that had been 
caused to the driver side rear doorlquarter 
panel of Unit 2.

Officers were also aware that both vehicles 
had been at Centennial Park just a short 
time prior where officers had contact with 
the occupants of Unit 1. The owner of Unit 1 
did not have a valid license and Unit 2 had 
responded to drive the owner home just 
after officers had cleared, however after 
Unit 2 arrived the owner of Unit 1 decided to 
drive any way, and upon backing out struck 
Unit 2 which was unoccupied at that 
moment. 

The owner Unit 2 subsequently followed 
Unit 1 to Penn Ave where there was 
reportedly a confrontation between the 
owner of Unit 1 and a friend of the driver of 
Unit 2, who stated that she had stood in 
front of the driver of Unit 1 to prevent that 
individual from running into a nearby 
apartment until police arrived.

The driver of Unit 1 initially denied driving, 
but after being advised of Miranda Rights 
and having provided several different 
variations of what had transpired, did 
acknowledge having driven Unit 1 home 
from the park (but claimed no knowledge of 
having backed into Unit 2). During the 
confrontation on Penn Ave a black lock box 
had been dropped on the ground with all 
parties denying ownership and allegations it 
had come from inside of Unit 1.

The lock box was secured by officers and 
was noted to have an odor of Marijuana 
originating form it. It was placed in evidence 
at Salem PD.

The driver of Unit 1 was subsequently 
issued a citation for Driving Under 
Suspension, lmproper Backing and Hit/Skip 
Leaving the Scene of an Accident. An OK1 
was completed and photos of the vehicles 
were taken. 

Sgt Slider


Cited: Jessica L De La Cruz, DOB: 1977
585 Columbia St, Salem OH 44460
Driving Under Suspension, lmproper 
Backing, HitlSkip - Leaving Scene



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183227
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: LARRY MUSGRAVE

Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer. Complainant advised that he had 
been storing the subject's vehicle at his 
residence, in the 1000 block of N Lincoln 
Ave, for the past six months, but they had 
recently had a falling out. He advised that 
he no longer wanted to store the vehicle 
there and wanted to leave it parked in the 
city's lot near the fire department for the 
owner to pick up. 

Complainant advised that he was fearful 
that an altercation would take place if he 
returned the vehicle to her residence, due 
to her being extremely intoxicated. He was 
permitted to park the vehicle in the lot, but 
was advised to tell the owner to retrieve the 
vehicle in a timely manner or it could 
possibly be towed.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183228
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
MAPLE 1400 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

On 5/25/2018 officers were on routine patrol 
in Centennial Park when a vehicle was 
observed entering the park from Oak Street 
after hours. Upon observation officers 
stopped the vehicle which came back to a 
female subject.

Upon approaching the vehicle the 
registered owner of the vehicle was riding in 
the front passenger seat with a male 
subject, later identified as Derrick Delanore 
Dixon, driving the vehicle.

Dixon was advised of park hours and for the 
reason of the stop. After further 
investigation officers discovered Dixon to 
have a warrant out of Summit County 
Sheriff's Office and his license was also 
suspended. Dixon then was asked to step 
out of the vehicle and was placed into 
custody after the warrant was confirmed. 
Dixon was transported back to Salem PD 
where he was processed. Once processed 
Dixon was transported to Columbiana 
County Jail and released into the correction 
officers custody.



Arrestee: Derrick D Dixon
DOB: 1978
Charge: Driving with Non-Compliance 
Suspension / Warrant



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183229
Date: Friday, May 25,2018
Domestic In Progress
385 E SEVENTH ST

Complainant: AMANDA HARTENSTEIN

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Seventh St for a report of a domestic 
dispute. Officers met with the female 
complaiant outside. She advised that she 
and her boyfriend live at that location 
together with their two children. She further 
advised that the male individual was 
intoxicated and an altercation had 
developed after he had accused her of 
having an affair. The female advised that he 
had pushed her but that she had not been 
unjured. Officer observed no physcial 
injuries or marks on either individual. 
Domestic Violence and consequences were 
explained.

The female advised that she wanted to 
leave, but that the male individaul had 
moved their vehicle down the street and hid 
the keys. The male individual denied the 
allegation and stated he had no idea where 
the keys were at. The vehicle was 
registered to the female and the option to 
tow the vehicle was provided. 

The female requested officers use lockout 
tools to get inside and retreive the childrens 
car seats. Officers subsequently opened the 
vehicle and secured the car seats in the 
rear of marked patrol unit #2 to trasnport 
the female and her children to Salem PD to 
await a family member to pick her up. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183226
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept
608 CHERRY ST SALEM

Complainant: DEPT, SHERIFFS 

Officers assisted the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office with attempting an arrest 
warrant on the subject at the above 
location. Officers had negative contact with 
subject and cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183225
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
suspicious vehicle
Salem Parkway


Complainant: LEO HICKEY, 2081 
COUNTRYSIDE DR SALEM, OH 44460

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Salem Parkway in reference to a suspicious 
vehicle. Complainant advised of a gray 
Chevy Cobalt parked in the parking lot that 
is not usually there. Officers checked the 
Chevy and it was found to be unoccupied. 
Officers later learned that the vehicle was 
disabled and left there. The business was 
advised of their options. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183224
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Intoxicated Person
530 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 500 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. for an intoxicated male. 
Officers located the male subject in the 
parking lot who stated he had to much to 
drink and that his ride was on the way. 
Once the males ride arrived he was advised 
to stay in for the rest of the night or he could 
face possible charges for public 
intoxication.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183222
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Menacing / Threats
1085 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: JENNIFER BOOTH

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she got into 
a verbal altercation with a male subject who 
was driving past her. The male subject 
made threats to cause the complainant 
physical harm. The complainant was 
advised to call the PD if she has any further 
issues.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183221
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Reckless Operator
2875 E STATE ST A


Officers responded to the 2800 block of E. 
State St. for a report of a reckless driver in 
the parking lot. While enroute officers were 
advised that the vehicle left the area. 
Officers were also advised that a trash can 
had been struck.

Officers on scene could not locate any 
damage done to any trash cans. An officer 
located the vehicle in the area of E. 
Pershing St. and Ohio Ave. Officers 
discovered that there was damage done to 
the vehicle, and were able to identify the 
subjects inside the vehicle. The subjects 
were informed that the camera would be 
checked to find the exact location of the 
incident and that they may be contacted at 
a later time.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183220
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Menacing / Threats
1754 E THIRD ST


Complainant: ANOYMOUS, COMP 

Juvenile complainant reported having been 
threatened by a known individual both in 
person and via social media message. 

Officer gathered evidence and will follow up 
on the matter to attempt contact with the 
suspect and advise of the potential criminal 
consequences if the problem persists. The 
complainant was advised to file additional 
report if there are further issues regarding 
this individual. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183219
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
252 JENNINGS AVE SALEM


Police responded to the 200 block of 
Jennings Ave. for two small juveniles who 
kept crossing the street in front of traffic. 
Officers were able to locate the juveniles 
and return them home.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 05/25/18



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183218
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Runaway / Missing
610 E FOURTH ST B

Complainant: JUAN BALTZAR

Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
Fourth St in reference to a missing juvenile. 
Complainant advised that his 9 year old 
sister had wandered off from the residence 
and was no where to be found. Officers 
gathered the necessary information and 
searched the surrounding area. 

Officers located the female juvenile in 
Waterworth Memorial Park near the duck 
pond. The juvenile's father responded to the 
park to get his daughter and officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183216
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Obstructed Roadway
180 E THIRD ST

Complainant: OFFICER, ZONING 

Officers responded to the 100 block of E. 
Third St. for a report of a dumpster in an 
alley way. Officers arrived on scene and 
located trash cans being used a roofing 
company who stated that they would move 
the trash cans.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183215
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
821 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: SARAH KAIRIS

Officer was dispatched to the 800 block of E 
Third St in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant advised that two juveniles, 
who were about 2 years old and 4 years 
old, were wondering outside near the 
roadway without supervision. Upon arrival, 
dispatch advised that the mother had 
gathered her children and took them back 
inside.

Officer attempted to make contact with the 
mother, but nobody would answer the door. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183213
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
664 WASHINGTON AVE SALEM

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Washington Ave. for a subject with a 
warrant. Officer arrived on scene and made 
contact with the juvenile subject in the rear 
of the household. Officers confirmed the 
warrant and the juvenile was taken in to 
custody and transported back to Salem 
Police Department. Col. County Sheriffs 
met officer at the police station and the 
juvenile was transported to the Tobin 
Center.


ARA: (JUVENILE)
D.0.B 06/02/2002
Charge: Delinquency



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Friday, May 25, 2018
10:16 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183183
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
DRIVE OFF
968 E STATE ST


Report of a drive off at the above location. 
Upon arrival, employee advised that a male 
subject pumped $49.08 worth of gas and 
left without paying. Employee advised that 
the subject left eastbound on E State St. 
Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183186
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 REILLY AVE C


Officers were dispatched to Reilly 
Elementary for a report of two females 
attempting to climb over a fence at the 
school. I located two juvenile females 
attempted to get over the fence to go home. 
The two juveniles, who are home schooled, 
were watching the third grade field day and 
had decided to go home.



Detective Brad Davis



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183204
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Lost Motorist Escort

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer responded to City Hall for a lost 
truck driver. Officer gave assistance by 
escorting the tractor-trailer to SR344 to pick 
up RT 11 north. He advised he couldn't get 
the truck turned on the streets since traffic 
was blocking him.


Ptl. French/041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183205
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: DAWN 

Officer responded to the above location and 
was advised by the complainant that an 
unkown person had usedpump #1 and 
pumped $13.14 worth of regular unleaded 
gasoline into a blue colored newer looking 
hatch back vehicle and left out the drive 
onto SR14 (E. State St.) east bound with 
out paying

Note: They did not attempt to use a card 
that the complainant knew of.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20183206
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
N UNION AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant: CASTO, LT

Anonymous complainant advising of a 
vehicle parked on n Union Ave in the 300 
block that has not been moved in several 
weeks. Reporting officer responded to the 
area and observed a vehcle parked on the 
street. A 48 hr parking notice was placed on 
the vehicle



Lt. David L Castd#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183207
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
372 HIGHLAND AVE SALEM

Complainant: CASTO, LT 


While on patrol in the area of 372 Highland 
Ave, reporting officer observed two vehicle 
parked on the east side of the street which 
is posted No Parking Reporting officer was 
able to make contact with one of the owners 
of the vehicle and have it moved The other 
vehicles owner could not be located and a 
parking ticket was issued br a Parking 
Violation.

Pink Ticket issued to: 2013 Dodge Caravan 
GBZ4159, owner - Danny Boyle 141 56 
Duckcreek Rd.


Lt. David L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183211
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1627 MERLE RD SALEM


Complainant: AIMEE THOUVENIN

Officers met with the complainant at the 
police department regardinga zoning 
dispute Officers spoke to the complainant 
who stated that they had had some trees 
cut down on her property but the neighbors 
stated that the trees where on his property. 
Officers explained the issue was a civil 
matter. She stated that she had he trees cut 
down due to branches falling on her roof 
and causing damage. Officers explained if 
she had any further issues she should 
contact the police




Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183190
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
605 DEMING ST SALEM 

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to an unknown dispute. Officers 
arrived on scene and made contact with 
both parties , whom are ex-boyfriend / 
girlfriend and have children in common. The 
female half was upset due to the male half 
having his cell phone off while he watched 
their children, leaving her unable to call and 
check up on them. The two were advised to 
act like responsible parents and work things 
out.



ptl LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183191
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Domestic In Progress
VINE AVE / E SIXTH ST SALEM


Police responded to the area of E. 6th St 
and Vine Ave for a possible domestic 
situation. A female with several juveniles in 
the vehicle responded to a residence over a 
prior incident The dispute escalated quickly 
with both parties. It was reported that the 
female and a male at the residence then 
spit at each other. 

Neither party wanted to press charges on 
the issue. The female was advised not to 
return to the residence or to have contact.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183192
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Child 1 Juvenile Problem 
2984 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: Amanda Ganslein

Officers responded to the 2900 block of E 
State St in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant advised that four juveniles, 
who were under ten years old, were walking 
along E State St and she was worried about 
their safety.

Upon arrival, officers located the four male 
juveniles who advised that they were 
supposed to be at someone's residence to 
swim, but they couldn't find the house. 
Officer transported the males back home to 
their residences and officer cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183193
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Protection Order Violation

Complainant: MELISSA BRINK

A female subject responded to the Police 
Dept in reference a protection order. The 
complainant advised she has a protection 
order on a family member. While at the car 
wash on S. Lincoln Ave a black four door 
Dodge Ram pulled behind the complainants 
vehicle. At that time a female subject got 
out of the vehicle and started taking 
pictures of the complainant and her vehicle. 

The complainant does not believe it was the 
female with the protection order but would 
like the incident documented.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183194
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Accidental Damage
166 ROSE AVE


Complainant: MOSES MCINTOSH, LAURA 
AVE HOMEWORTH

Officer responded to the 100 block of Rose 
Ave. to take a report of a possible B&E 
attempt. The complainant advised officer 
that the window to the back door of the 
residence was damaged. 

Officer didn't observe any attempt of forced 
entry. After further investigation it was found 
that a rock from a lawn mower hit the 
window.



PTL Brooks




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183195
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Traffic Offense
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SIXTH ST SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle at the 
above intersection in reference to a driver's 
license violation. Officer learned that the 
registered owner had a suspended driver's 
license and observed him operating the 
vehicle in the area of E Tenth St and 
Buckeye Ave. 

The owner/driver was subsequently cited 
with Driving Under Suspension-Non 
Compliance (ORC 4510.16A) and the 
license plates and registration were 
confiscated per the Ohio BMV Registrar.

The vehicle was towed from the scene by 
Davidson's Towing.



Cited: Randall C. Culler Jr. DOB 1979
737 E Fifth St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension-Non 
Compliance (ORC 4510.16A)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20183196
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND


Police responded to the area of Waterworth 
park for a report of two males following 
another male attempting to fight him. 
Officers were able to locate all three males 
who were separated at the time. All parties 
went separate ways.

Officers patrolled the area to ensure there 
wasn't any further issues.


PTL Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183197
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Suspicious Vehicle 
1454 EASTVIEW DR


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 5-23-2018 officers responded to the 
1400 block of Eastview Ave in regards to a 
suspicious vehicle call. Upon arrival officers 
spoke with the occupants of the vehicle. 
After investigation it was determined that 
nothing criminal had taken place and both 
subjects in the vehicle were allowed to be 
on the property. 

Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917/098)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183198
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Vehicle Fire
313 S ELLSWORTH AVE
PARKING LOT


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

On 5/23/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the area of S Ellsworth Ave and Wilson for 
a report of a vehicle on fire.

Upon arrival officers made sure that the 
vehicle was unoccupied and that there was 
no other vehicles around it.

Officers then stood by and assisted FD by 
performing traffic control. Once FD had put 
the vehicle out officers then cleared along 
with FD. The owner of the vehicle was 
advised to contact a tow company since it 
was on private
property.



-Ptl. D Miller (917/098)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183199
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
990 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM


Officer spoke with two male individuals who 
were walking in the road in the 900 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave. The individuals advised 
that they had exchanged words with a 
resident in the area who subsequently 
reported that the two individuals had walked 
past several times yelling and trying to get 
the resident to come outside to fight. 

Officer had advised both of the male 
individuals to be on their way and to stop 
walking past the residence because they 
had no reason to be up their other than 
trying to provoke problems with the 
individuals they knew that resided in the 
area.




Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183200
Date: Thursday, May 24,2018
Assist Perry Police
1130 W PERRY ST

Complainant: PTPD, POLICE

Officer responded to the 1100 block of W 
Perry St to check on a Perry Township 
police officer who was investigating a fight 
complaint. Upon arrival, the Perry officer 
was clearing the scene. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Thursday, May 24, 2018
08:14 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183184
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
WALMART


UNIT #1 DRIVER/OWNER: CHARLES 
BRUNO, DOB 1942 (COLUMBIANA, OH)

UNIT #2 DRIVER JERI DEAN, DOB 1987 
(SALEM, OH), PASSENGER JAMIE DAVIS 
Owner JAMIE DAVIS


Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle private property accident. Unit 
#1 was traveling southbound and stopped 
at the stop sign at the end of the row Unit 
#2 was traveling westbound on the main 
road

Unit #1 didn't see Unit #2 and struck Unit #2 
in the passenger side door. Both vehicles 
where driven from the scene with minor 
damage




Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183189
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Accident No lnjuly Reported
S BROADWAY AVE / E STATE STREET


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 2012 Subaru SW Red in color
Owner/Operator: Lori Whitemen 894 N. 
Lincoln Ave. Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: 2017 Chevrolet TK Red in color
Owner/Operator: William Anderson 36 
Hilltop Blvd. Canfield, Ohio 44406



Unit #1 was east bound on SR14 (E. State 
St) in the 200blk when Unit #2 attempted to 
pull out from a parking space on the south 
side of SR14 (E. State St) striking Unit #1 in 
the right front quarter area with it's left front 
quarter area. No injuries reported at time of 
crash. No Unit (s) towed.

Both parties were talking it over on how 
they wanted to handle the crash. Officer 
gave them this report number and advised 
them the information gathered at the scene 
would be in the report. They both advised 
they understood.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183153
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
944 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer checked an address for a 911 hang 
up where the phone had 'pinged to 944 E 
4th. Upon arrival there, two apartments 
were checked and no answers at either 
door. A woman was heard in the downstairs 
apt in normal conversation with a small 
child but there were no indications of any 
problem. 



Banar9O1



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183158
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Unruly / Delinquent

Complainant: SERENA FRONDORF

Officer spoke with a subject over the 
telephone in regards to a complaint she had 
against her child at the Salem Middle 
School. School administrators had already 
dealt with the problem and advised they 
would contact the SRO.

No action was requested by the School 
administration. The complainant was 
referred to juvenile court if she had any 
question on filing an unruly charge on her 
child.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183160
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Domestic In Progress
1452 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 1400 block of 
Franklin for a reported domestic dispute in 
progress. While enroute to the scene 
dispatch advised that the male half had left 
the scene. 

On arrival officers spoke with the female 
involved.

The female stated that she had been 
involved in a verbal dispute with her 
husband that had turned physical when she 
took his phone. The female stated that her 
husband had stopped her at the door and 
took his phone back.

Officers advised the female of the options 
for dealing with the situation.

Officers spoke with the husband over the 
phone and he confirmed the incident. Both 
parties filled out written statement of the 
incident.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183162
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1200 E SIXTH ST
Salem High School


hit skip on private property

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
South Union for a reported hit skip accident 
on private property. Unit # 1 had been 
exiting the rear lot of the Salem High School 
when it was struck from behind by unit # 2. 
Unit # 2 then fled the area. 

Unit # 1 sustained minor damage to its rear 
bumper area.



Unit # 1 / owner / Michael Fowler
driver / Stephanie Fowler
vehicle / 2009 Pontiac

Unit # 2 / unknown reported to be a white 
Chevy Cobalt



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183164
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Assist Other Agency
565 FRANKLIN ST D

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officers on patrol assisted Columbiana 
County JFS on an investigation in the 500 
block of Franklin Ave. Officers stood by and 
cleared after they were no longer needed.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183165
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
135 SHORT AVE SALEM

Complainant: SUSAN BAILEY

Officers responded to the 1100 block of 
Short St for a report of a dispute. Officers 
arrived and spoke with the complainant who 
advised that she and another male were 
having a verbal argument. Officers did 
assist in solving the issue for the evening 
and cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183166
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
339 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While on patrol officer observed an 
improperly parked vehicle obstructing traffic 
in the 300 block of Newgarden.

Officer did make contact with the vehicles 
owner who moved the vehicle.


Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183167
Date:Tuesday, May 22,2018
KEY- Residential Lockout
841 PROSPECT ST


Officer responded with the Salem Fire Dept. 
to 841 Prospect St. to stand-by with them 
while they assisted a female with gaining 
access into her residence after accidentally 
locking herself out. Officer confirmed that 
the female resides at the residence. Fire 
Dept. personnel had the female sign a 
waiver of damages form and then gained 
entry into the house for her. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183168
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Intoxicated Person 
110 W PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

While on patrol in the 100 blk of W. 
Pershing, officer observed a male subject 
who appeared to be heavily intoxicated. 
Officer made contact with the subject who 
did admit he was voluntary intoxicated. 
While speaking with the subject, he also 
made statements about wanting to cause 
physical harm to himself. 

The subject was pink slipped and 
transported to Salem ER by KLG for 
evaluation.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183169
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
lost property
405 E STATE ST SALEM 

Complainant: RANDAL INGLEDUE

Officer responded to the 400 block of E 
State St for a lost property report. The 
complainant advised he was unable to find 
his keys to his vehicle. The business 
advised they checked the interior but were 
unable to locate the keys.

They stated that they would contact the 
owner if they located the keys. The owner 
of the vehicle had an extra set of keys for 
the vehicle and was able to drive the 
vehicle from the scene.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183170
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Fire Alarm
275 ELM AVE SALEM
FACTORY/MILL/PLANT 

Complainant: ALARM, STATE

Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. to Ort Furniture located at 275 
Elm Ave. for a report of a fire alarm. Upon 
arrival, officer stood by with the fire dept. 
while they investigated. Officer 
subsequently cleared after nothing further 
was needed from this agency.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183171
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Domestic In Progress
1475 CL EVELAND ST


Officers responded to the 1400 block of 
Cleveland St for a domestic in progress. 
The female victim stated that her and her 
husband had gotten into a verbal altercation 
and he then struck her several times. The 
victim had several marks to her head and 
was bleeding from her mouth. She denied 
any medical treatment when asked several 
times.

The male subject was inside the residence 
and was highly intoxicated. He had a small 
cut on his right hand from striking the victim 
in the mouth. The male subject was taken 
into custody and transported to the Salem 
Police Department where he was 
processed and booked. He was then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested Jeffrey Meyers
DOB: 1956
Address: 1475 Cleveland St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Domestic Violence ORC 
2919.25(A)



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183174
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Fight 
965 S LUNDY AVE SALEM 

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
S Lundy Ave for a report of a fight. Dispatch 
did let officers know that a male had fled the 
scene before our arrival but did get a 
physical description. Upon arrival, officers 
did meet with the other male who had been 
assaulted. 

While photographs were taken of the 
assaulted male, Salem FD and EMT did 
come on scene to further observe injuries. 
That male was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.

Officers then cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183175
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
965 S LUNDY AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the 900 blk of S. 
Lundy for a report of a fight. Upon arrival, it 
was found the complainant from the fight 
call had an active warrant out of this county. 
The warrant was confirmed and the female 
was taken into custody, transported to this 
station and later released to CCSO.



Arrested: 
Misty R. Millican
D.0.B.- 1990
LKA- 5256 Salem Unity Rd.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant- FTA



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183176
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL


Complainant: SALEM ER, HOSPITAL

Officers responded to Salem Regional 
Medical Center for a combative patient. 
Officers assisted hospital staff with 
restraining the patient in order to administer 
medication.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183177
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
207 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Jennings Ave for a report of a possible 
burglary in progress. The complainant 
advised that she was awaken by someone 
tampering with the front door. Officers 
arrived and did check the residence as well 
as the surrounding area but were unable to 
locate anyone.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183178
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Accident Private Property
1080 N LINCOLN AVE 21 2 SALEM

Traffic Crash Report Private Property


Unit #1: PARKED 2012 Toyota SW Rav 4 
Brown in color
Owner: Julia Worrix 1080 N. Lincoln Apt. 54 
Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: Unknown


Unit #1 was parked facing west bound to 
the north side of the parking lot. Unit #2 had 
pulled in parked next to Unit 1 striking Unit 
#1 in the left quarter, passenger door, and 
drivers door and left with out reporting the 
incident.

Owner of Unit #1 was unsure if the person 
(operator of Unit #2) knew that they hit her 
vehicle (Unit#l)?

No Unit(s) towed. No injuries.

Possible vehicle Unit #2 a Grey colored 
older model Jeep?

Owner of Unit #1 advised she would contact 
this department if and when the vehicle 
(Unit #2) returned so it could be checked to 
see if it was the other vehicle involved.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183179
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Graffiti (Spray Paint)
PENNSYLVANIA 200 BLOCK SALEM

Complainant: Douglas Moffett, 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM,

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of graffiti. Officers took pictures of 
the graffiti under the State Street bridge.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183182
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
239 S LUNDY AVE SALEM


Complainant: DAVID SHIVERS

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damaging Officers 
spoke with the complainant who stated that 
a concrete sign was damaged sometime 
overnight




Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183185 Salem
Date: Wednesday, May 23,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
840 W P ERSHING ST


Complainant: FRENCH, PTL

While on routine patrol in the City of Salem 
in car #6 officer observed a vehicle in the 
800blk of W. Pershing bearing, Ohio 
registration, GBM9288 sitting on the north 
side of the road in the westbound lane with 
its four way flashers on

It was found that the brake line had broken 
and the brakes went out

The owner/operator contacted AAA and 
officer talked with them giving them 
directions to the location They advised they 
were on the way.

The vehicle was pulled over out of the way 
and did not restrict the flow of traffic.



Ptl. French 041



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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
08:40 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183138
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the corner of S Lincoln 
and Franklin for a report of a syringe on the 
ground. The item was recovered and was 
disposed of at the station.



Ptl D Beeson 05/21/18



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183139
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
274 W WILSON ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Wilson for a report of juveniles possibly 
attempting to gain entry to an abandoned 
home. Officer arrived and spoke with a 
neighbor who advised that the juveniles had 
been looking inside but never made entry.


Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183141
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
684 E THIRD ST SALEM 


Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers responded to the area of N. Lincoln 
and E. 3rd St. for a juvenile complaint. 
Complainant advised he observed a blue 
vehicle drive past his residence several 
times with what appeared to be a 
improperly restrained juvenile in the front 
seat Upon arrival, officers checked the are 
but were unable to locate the vehicle in 
question.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20183142
Date. Monday, May 21,2018
Theft
987 W STATE ST

Complainant: JOSEPH MILLER

Officer responded to the 900 block of W 
State St for a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised that his wife had 
money and other items taken from her 
purse while at the business. He stated that 
he was unsure of who took the items but 
provided officers with possible subjects 
involved. This matter is currently under 
investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry O73



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183143
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Suspicious Activity
2229 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the area of Rite Aid 
for a report of suspicious activity. 
Complainant advised a male and female 
have been wandering around the area for 
an extended amount of time. Complainant 
also advised that both subjects live at the 
Circle of Care. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
two subjects, who advised they had 
permission to leave the facility to go to the 
store and were on the way back. Officers 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183144
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Reckless Operator
1085 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: JENNIFER BOOTHE

Officers responded to the 1000 block of E 
Pershing St for a report of a reckless 
operator. The complainant advised she was 
riding a bicycle down the street when a 
maroon vehicle almost struck her and 
continued to drive away.

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate a vehicle matching the description 
that was given.


Ptl. E. Perry - 911-O73



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183145
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Harassment
257 W WILSON ST

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Wilson for a report of harassment. The 
complainant advised that a female had 
been harassing him and was now parked 
down the street from the home and was 
watching him. Officer did speak to the 
female who agreed to leave the area. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183146
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Suspicious Activity
280 W THIRTEENTH ST


Complainant: George Nannah

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
W Thirteenth St for a report of suspicious 
activity. Upon arrival, Officers did talk to the 
complainant and then did make contact with 
three males across the street. Officers 
identified the male, found there to be no 
suspicious activity and cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183147
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Assist Other Agency
1985 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the Circle of Care 
located at 1985 E. Pershing St. to assist a 
Deputy Sergeant with the Mahoning County 
Sheriff's Dept. with taking a female subject 
into custody on two active warrants out of 
Mahoning County. The Deputy Sergeant 
placed the female into custody without 
incident and transported her to the 
Mahoning County Jail. Officers cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183148
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
257 W WILSON ST SALEM


Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Wilson for a report of unwanted phone 
communication. The complainant advised 
that he received a message from a female 
that he did not wish to have contact with. 
Officer did contact the female who was 
advised to cease all contact with the male.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183149
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
385 E SEVENTH ST SALEM


Complainant: AMANDA HARTENSTEIN

Officers were dispatched to the area 300 
block of E Seventh St for a report of a 
verbal dispute. Upon arrival, officers were 
made aware by the complainant that her 
boyfriend had taken her vehicle without 
authorization to do so. 

Officer did end up finding the vehicle parked 
in the back of the house but the other party 
had left the residence on foot before our 
arrival. Officers briefly talked to the 
complainant about the situation and cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183150
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Suspicious person 
968 E STATE ST SALEM 


Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
E State St for a report of a suspicious 
female. Officers arrived on scene and found 
there to be a distraught pregnant female 
walking along the streets after having an 
altercation with another party. 

KLG and Salem FD arrived on scene 
because the female advised that she was 
having side pains. The female refused 
medical treatment and was given a ride 
back home. Officers cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183152
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Accident With Injury 
E STATE ST / ROOSEVELT AVE


Officer(s) responded to the area d East 
State St and Roosevelt for a reported two 
vehicle accident with injury

Unit # 1 had been traveling west in the21 00 
block of East State St when the driver 
stopped for traffic. Unit # 2 had also been 
traveling west in the 2100 block of East 
State St when the driver failed to stop for 
traffic. This action caused unit # 2 to strike 
unit # 1 from behind. 

The driver of unit # 1 was transported to the 
Salem ER by ambulance with unknown 
injuries. The driver of unit # 2 was cited for 
A.C.D.A. and both vehicles were towed 
from the scene.



Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Amy Rawson
vehicle / 2011 GMC


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / David Shroades 
Cited ACDA DOB: 11/23/60
vehicle / 2017 Chevy



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183153
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
911 Hang-up Call 
944 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer checked an address for a 911 hang 
up where the phone had'pinged' to 944 E 
4th. 

Upon arrival there, two apartments were 
checked and no answers at either door. A 
woman was heard in the downstairs apt in 
normal conversation with a small child but 
there were no indications of any problem 



Banat901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183155
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Civil Matter
1285 BEECHWOOD RD

Complainant: GREGORY CURTIS

Officers spoke to the complainant in 
regards to a possible theft over the phone. 
The complainant stated that he had some 
clothes thrown away from the house that he 
was living in. officers advised that because 
he was living in the residence at the time of 
the incident that it was a civil issue.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183156
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1366 S LINCOLN AVE 3 SALEM


Complainant: LEANN GROSS


Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that the verbal dispute began over a 
lost key for a mail box. The complainant 
stated that she used the key and put it back 
in the front office. While speaking to the 
residential manager who stated that the 
complainant never returned the key Officers 
advised both the manager and the 
complainant that the issue was a civil 
matter. 

The complainant also stated that the 
manger made remarks regarding items on 
her front patio being a fire hazard and that 
they may be moved. 

Officers advised that it is not her property to 
move and that there were no obstruction 
regarding the items on the patio



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183157
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
584 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL 

At the request of the Colubiana County S.O. 
officers responded to the 500 block of East 
6th St to check for a city resident with a 
active warrant for there arrest On arrival 
officers located the man and the warrant 
was confirmed

Officers placed Charles Weyand Jr in 
custody without incident. Weyand was 
transported to the station were he was 
processed and then turned over to e Deputy 
Sheriff. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister 056/906


Arrested / Charles Charles Weyand Jr // 
D.O.B. 1975
Charge / Warrant



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183161
Date: Tuesday, May 22,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2094 E STATE ST SALEM
SALEM RMC NORTH PARKING LOT


Unit 1 was parked facing west in the north 
parking lot of the Salem Regional Medical 
Center. Unit 2 was parked beside unit 1 on 
the south side, also facing west Driver of 
unit 2 tried to back out and cut his wheel too 
quickly and struck the left rear of unit 1 with 
the front right fender of his unit 2. 

Driver of unit 2 did report said accident to 
this department by phone Officer responded 
and took report information and left a note 
on the windshield of unit 1 for her to call the 
PD for information Photos were taken of 
each vehiclBs damages.

I informed driver of unit 2 that he should 
contact his insurance company and provide 
the report number I gave him A note was 
left on unit 1's windshield with the report 
number as the driverlowner was unable to 
be contacted


Unit 1 parked Chevy HHR
owner: Miranda French


Unit 2 GMC Sierra
driver ; Jacob Hayter



PTL Banar



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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
07:55 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183140
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Unruly  Delinquent
434 W STATE ST


Complainant: DEBORAH McMILLEN

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to an unruly juvenile. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised a 
juvenile she has guardianship of will not 
listen to her. I explained her option of 
contacting juvenile court in reference to 
unruly charges.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183132
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Check Well Being
565 FRANKLIN AVE B SALEM

Complainant: LISA MISTRETTA

Reporting officer arrived at the above 
location for a welfare check on a male 
subject that resides with the complainant. 
The male subject stated that he was all right 
and that the two of them had been arguing 
The complainant stated that she wanted the 
male subject out. The complainant was 
advised to contact her land lord with her 
issues and that the two of them should 
refrain further confrontation and remain in 
separate areas. 

The complainant was not happy with this 
officers recommendation and continued to 
argue with this officer. 

The complainant was once again advised to 
cease her actions or she would be arrested 
and that would take care of the problem for 
the night. If she had a problem with her 
living arrangements she was advised to 
contact her land lord.

This officer then cleared.


1435hrs, the complainant called 911 to 
again voice herdispleasure over her living 
arraignments and wanting her male friend 
who has been living with her removed. 
Officers arrived again and advised the 
complainant of the consequences should 
her actions continue and the abuse of the 
911 system. The complainant was again 
advised to speak with her land lord. This 
officer did make contact with the property 
owner and made them aware of what has 
been going on.



Lt. David L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183126
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Recovered Bicycle
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM

A boys 20" bicycle that had been left 
abandoned at WalMart was brought to the 
PD until claimed


Lt. David L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183134
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Harassment

Complainant: JAMIE MCFARLAND

Complainant on station to report 
harassment. The complainant advised her 
ex posted some negative comments about 
her on social media and posted some 
information she felt was private. Officer did 
speak with the ex and he stated that the 
complainant has harassed him. Both sides 
were advised to cease all further contact if 
they could not be civil.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183133
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST

Complainant: BRENDA JOHNSON


Complainant on station to report that while 
driving her vehicle northbound on S. 
Ellsworth Ave, a subject on a bike traveling 
westbound on Pershing St. struck the side 
of her vehicle. The complainant stated she 
was entering the intersection and the bike 
hit her front passenger side fender. The 
subject then departed the area west on W. 
Pershing St. 

Complainant advised her vehicle did not 
sustain damage but did want the incident 
documented.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183130
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Dirtbike In Roadway 
600 BLOCK OF W PERSHING SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 600 block or W. 
Pershing St. for possible dirt bikes on the 
roadway. Officers arrived on scene and 
searched the surrounding area with 
negative contact. Officers were advised of a 
posable subject that may have been riding 
the dirt bike. Officers made contact with the 
subject at his residence. 

Officers determined that the subject in 
question was not the individual who was on 
the dirt bike.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183128
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Damage / Endangering
520 E PERSHING ST SALEM
RECREATION CE

Complainant: KARL WASSEM

Officer met with a complainant at the police 
department who stated he wanted to file a 
criminal damaging report. The complainant 
advised that he had give his niece a phone 
and that another girl at the Fun Factory had 
thrown it against the wall causing the phone 
to break. The complainant stated that he 
needed a report on file for insurance 
purposes. The complainant stated that he 
did not know who the other juvenile is.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183127
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Tow Vehicle
637 COLUMBIA ST

Officer stood by while HPZ officer towed a 
junk motor vehicle from the property. Owner 
could not be contacted. It was a 2000 
Chevy Tracker with expired plates. 
Davidsons towed the vehicle. 


Banar901

yellow copy of housing dept rec attached to 
original report.901


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Salem Police STORY #: 20183136
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Indecent Exposure
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION

Clerk's advised of suspicious activity with a 
white male at the property. He was located 
and denied allegations.

Store wished him to move along and 
officers passed this on to him. He left 
reluctantly,walking west on W. State St.



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183114
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Warrant Arrest  Warrant Check
E PERSHING ST / WASHINGTON ST

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officer was advised via dispatch of a female 
in the above area with an active arrest 
warrant out of the Belmont County Sheriff's 
Office. Officer responded and subsequently 
placed the female into custody and 
transported her to the police department for 
processing. She was later transported to 
the Colurnbiana County Jail to await 
extradition to Belmont County.


Arrested: Ashley M. Friend DOB 1989
4168 Ridge Ave Apt 1
Steubenville, OH 43952
Charge: Warrant- Failure to Appear/Drug 
Paraphernalia



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183115
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Loud persons 
E FIFTH 700 BLOCK A 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Police responded to the 700 block of E. 5th 
St for a group of subjects being loud. When 
Police arrived contact was made with a 
male outside of the residence. The male 
advised he had a verbal disagreement with 
his brother who had already left. The male 
advised he was leaving as well.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183116
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Suspicious Activity
668 E THIRD ST

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of E 
Third St in reference to suspicious activity. 
Complainant called to advised that a group 
of individuals were outside of the vacant 
residence next door to him. Officers made 
contact with the subject who advised that 
he is getting ready to move into the 
residence and was just cleaning up around 
the property. The land lord showed up to 
the scene, who also confirmed this 
information. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183117
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Stolen Bicycle
636 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Police responded to the 600 block of 
Washington Ave for a 911 call of a stolen 
bicycle. When Police arrived they were met 
by the juvenile complainant. The juvenile 
advised he had found the bicycle. The 
juvenile was advised of the proper 
procedure for using 911.

Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183118
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Domestic In Progress
1313 E STATE ST

Officer was flagged down by a male subject 
who advised he received a message from 
his son advising he was involved in a 
domestic situation in the 1300 block of E. 
State Street. Officer responded to the 
residence and made contact with a male 
subject and advised him of the complaint. 
The male stated that he had been in an 
argument with his girlfriends three sons 
over them being disrespectful to their 
mother. The subject advised that the 
argument was only verbal and nothing 
physical took place. 

Officer spoke with the three juveniles 
involved who advised that their mothers 
boyfriend was in their face yelling at them, 
but there was no physical violence. Officer 
also spoke with the mother who advised 
that her sons were causing issues and her 
boyfriend had to yell at them. She also 
advised there was no physical violence. 
Officer advised all the parties involved to 
separate for the night and cleared.

Officers responded back a short time later 
and were advised by one of the juveniles 
that their mothers boyfriend called their 
father and was threatening him on the 
phone. The male subject advised he did call 
the boys father, but did not threaten him. An 
officer was at the fathers house at the time 
the subject called him on the phone and the 
subject was advised by an officer via the 
fathers phone not to call back unless it was 
an emergency with the children.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183119
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Suspicious Person
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND

Officers responded and checked around 
Waterworth Park for a report of a suspicious 
male individual that had been loitering in the 
area. The individual had departed prior to 
officers arriving. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183121
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
584 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ALLYSIN GRIMM

Officer on patrol in the 500 block of E. Sixth 
Street was flagged down by a female 
subject who advised that she had a dispute 
with her boyfriend. The complainant 
advised that her boyfriend advised her via 
text message that they were breaking up 
and he placed her belongings out on the 
porch. 

The complainant advised she has lived at 
the house for two months and all her 
belongings are there. The complainant was 
advised that if she lives at the residence 
then she is allowed to be on the property 
and would have to be evicted.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183122
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Ambulance Needed
584 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officers had just cleared a dispute 
complaint in the 500 block of E. Sixth Street 
with a female subject and responded back 
to the residence due to a friend of the 
female subjects advising officers that her 
friend advised her she was going to harm 
herself. 

Officers made contact with the female again 
who advised that she did tell her friend she 
was going to harm herself, but did not mean 
it. First Responders and an Ambulance 
service responded and the female was 
voluntarily transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for evaluation.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183123
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Intoxicated Person


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officer on patrol in the area of E Pershing 
St and S Broadway Ave observed an 
intoxicated male walking south bound in the 
200 block of S Broadway Ave. Officer made 
contact and, upon investigation, observed 
the male to have a strong odor of alcohol 
about his person. The male, who had been 
stumbling and swaying, advised that he was 
walking home to E Sixth St, despite his 
direction of travel. 

The male, who was of Hispanic descent, 
was subsequently issued a citation for 
Disorderly Conduct-Public Intoxication 
(Salem ORD 509.0382) and a translator 
responded to the scene to translate. 

The male was given a courtesy ride to his 
residence on E Sixth St.



Arrested: Demetrio Perez Mendoza DO8 
1997
517 E Sixth St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct-Public 
lntoxication (Salem ORD 509.0382)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183124
Date: Monday, May 21,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
875 GRANITE AVE SALEM


Complainant: TIFFANY GOODFELLOW

On 5/21/2018 officers responded to the 800 
block of Granite Street in regards to a 
domestic dispute between two female 
subjects. 

Upon arrival officers met with the 
complainant outside of the residence and 
gathered her information as well as her 
explanation involving the incident. 
Afterwards officers made contact with the 
other female subject involved in the incident 
and had her explain her side of the incident 
as well as gather her information as well. 

After investigation it was determined that it 
was only a dispute and neither party wanted 
to press charges. The complainant then 
was transported to the hospital via 
emergency services due to an unrelated 
matter. Officers then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918/098)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183125
Date: Monday, May 21,201 8
Ambulance Needed
909 E FIFTH ST


Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fifth St for a medical issue. A male 
individual at that location had reportedly 
taken medication and subsequently began 
having a seizure. The individual had been 
unresponsive and medical personnel were 
able to revive him. The individual was 
subsequently transported to Salem 
Regional medical Center by ambulance. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Monday, May 21, 2018
09:22 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183099
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Intoxicated Person
746 E THIRD ST SALEM


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an intoxicated male. Officers 
observed a male subject matching the 
description given by the complainant 
kneeling on the side walk, slamming a large 
tree branch onto the ground. 

Officers approached the male subject and 
he said, don't mind me I'm just digging for 
gold. Officers asked the subject if he had 
anything to drink, he stated he was on 
medication from a doctor and might have 
taken to much.

Officers requested first responders and an 
ambulance. The male subject was 
transported to the Salem ER by EMT 
ambulance.


Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183100
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Intoxicated Person
1750 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officers responded to the area of 1750 E. 
State St. for a report of an intoxicated male 
acting strange and possibly trying to get into 
vehicles. Officers located the individual and 
he was observed staggering down the 
sidewalk. He was the same individual that 
officers dealt with earlier in the morning at 
0659 hrs this same date. It was found that 
the male individual was released from the 
Salem Regional Medical Center and stated 
that he was walking home.

Due to his behavior and the alarm he was 
causing passing motorists, he was placed 
into custody. He was then transported to 
this department, at which time he was 
booked and transported to the Columbiana 
County jail.


Arrested: John A. Zamora DOB: 1955
746 E. 3rd St. Salem, Oh 44460
Disorderly Conduct / Persisting 2917.11B2



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183101
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Speak To Officer
366 PENN AVE 10 

Complainant: JOHN BRIDGE

Officers spoke with the complainant via the 
phone over a incident that happened on 511 
912018. Officers explained to the 
complainant it was a civil matter not a police 
matter and advised him to contact lawyer.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183102
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Drug Overdose
940 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Officers responded to 940 E. 6th St. for a 
possible drug overdose. Upon arrival, the 
Salem fire department first responders were 
on scene. A female was observed sitting on 
the side porch alert, but appeared to be 
under the influence of an unknown 
substance. She was ultimately transported 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center by 
KLG ambulance.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183103
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Recovered Property
VINE AVE

The complainant responded to this 
department to turn in a cellular phone. She 
stated that she located it somewhere in the 
area Vine Ave. The cell phone was tagged 
and placed into evidence.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183105 Salem
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Natural Death
364 N MADISON AVE SALEM

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 

Report of a natural death at the above 
location. Upon arrival, KLG and F.D. arrived 
on scene and advised that it appeared that 
the male subject had passed do to natural 
causes. Coroner was contacted and he was 
released to KLG to a funeral home of the 
family's choice.



PTL Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183107
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Theft
532 E SCHOOL ST

Complainant: ELIZABETH CLARK

Officers responded to the above location for 
a theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated sometime overnight 
an unknown subject(s) took multiple items 
off their front porch.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183108
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Speak To Officer 
684 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officer responded to 684 E. 3rd St. for a 
possible theft. The complainant advised that 
he was in the bathroom when he heard a 
females voice known to him yell into the 
residence. The complainant advised that 
when he came out of the restroom, he 
observed the picture hanging on his wall 
was missing. 

While on scene, the complainants daughter 
advised that she told her dads ex girlfriends 
daughter that she could come and get her 
mother's picture around 1400hrs. today. 
The complainant was upset that the female 
just walked into his residence without 
having contact with him first, prior to 
entering his residence. 

Contact was made with mother and 
daughter at a different location and they 
were advised of the complaint. They were 
further advised that even though the picture 
was going to be returned to them, the 
daughter shouldn't of just walked in and 
taken it.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183109
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Solicitor(s) 
ROBIN AVE / WHINNERY RD SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Police were advised of male subjects 
soliciting. Police made contact with the 
subjects on Robin Ave near Whinnery 
Rd.The subjects were going door to door 
asking for signatures. The subjects were 
advised of the city ordinance for soliciting. 

The subjects were also advised of the hours 
to contact zoning for any further 
information.


Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183110
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Loitering
COURT DR K

Report of Loitering at the above location. 
Upon arrival, the Parks Director advised of 
several young adults loitering in the parking 
lot and wanted the rules explained to them. 
This officer stood by while the Parks 
Director explained the new city ordinance to 
them and this officer cleared without 
incident.



PTL MILLER



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Satem Police STORY #: 20183112
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Child Custody Dispute
156 W NINTH ST SALEM

Complainant: TIANA PARIND, 
MEADOWBROOK AVE YOUNGSTOWN, 
OH

Female subject responded to the Police 
Dept for a custody dispute. The 
complainant stated her daughter is staying 
with the father. Complainant stated father 
refused to give the child back unless he 
received money from the mother.

Police responded to the 100 block of W. 9th 
St to speak with both parties. The father 
willingly returned the child to the mother. 
Both parties separated without incident.


Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183113
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: LISA DELP, CEMETARY RD 
HANOVERTON, OH 

Complainant on station reference to an 
incident that happened with her son earlier 
this morning at a residence in the city limits 
which lead to him going to Salem E.R. 
Complainant did fill out a written statement 
and all information was gathered for the 
report.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183097
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Accidental Damage
2233 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

On 5/20/2018 while on routine patrol 
officers noticed possible accidental damage 
on one of the businesses in the 100 block of 
S Ellsworth Ave. Upon discovery a report 
was made and documented in regards to 
the damage.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183095
Date: Sunday, May 20,2018
Assault
1872 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


On 51201201 8 officers were dispatched to 
the 1800 block of E State Street in regards 
to an assault between two male subjects. 
While en route to the location the one left in 
a black in color truck. Officers then 
contacted the complaint and subsequently 
located the subject that left in the truck at 
another location. 

After investigation neither subject wanted to 
press charges against one another and 
both were advised that the case would be 
sent down to the prosecutors office for 
review. Once both subjects understood 
officers cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918/098)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183094
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018
Drug  Narcotic Abuse 
968 E STATE ST SALEM 

On 5/19/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 100 block of Rose Ave in regards to a 
suspicious male subject that had just left a 
business in the area. Upon arrival officers 
spoke with the subject in regards to the 
incident. After investigation it was 
determined that the subject was not in 
violation of a crime and was acting 
strangely due to medication he was taking.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183092
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Intoxicated Person
620 SHARP AVE

Police responded to the 600 block of Sharp 
Ave. for an intoxicated male laying in a 
yard. Officers were able to make contact 
with the male who advised he lived around 
the corner. Officers also spoke to the 
homeowner where the male was. The 
homeowner advised that he knew the 
subject and would allow him to stay for the 
evening.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183091
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
555 COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: DWAYNE SMITH


Unit 2, Parked/Unoccupied, Owner: 
JOSHUA HOMAN 

Unit 1- Owner/Operator: Florentino Calel 
Ajanel 


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St in reference to a hit/skip 
accident. Complainant advised that a 
vehicle had struck a parked car in the area 
and then fled. 

Dispatch provided a license plate number, 
which was registered to a residence in the 
1200 block of Cleveland St. Officers located 
the suspect vehicle on Cleveland St, with a 
male standing outside of it. The vehicle's 
engine was still running and the passenger 
door wide open.

Officers made contact with the male, who 
was of Hispanic descent, and found him to 
be highly intoxicated, despite him only 
being 19 years of age. 

During the investigation, officers learned 
that the male owns the vehicle and was 
driving it. 

Kaiser Towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle from the roadway. The 
male was subsequently taken into custody 
for Underage Consumption (ORC 
4301.69El) and transported to the police 
department for processing. Once on station, 
he was also cited for Hit/Skip Leaving the 
Scene of an Accident (ORC 4549.02) and 
No Operator's License (ORC 451 0.1241). 
The male was later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail. OH1 completed 
and photos obtained at the scene of 
hit/skip.



Arrested: Florentino Calel Ajanel DOB 1998
1208 Cleveland St Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Underage Consumption (ORC 
4301.69El)
HitlSkip Leaving the Scene of an Accident 
(ORC 4549.02)
No Operator's License (ORC 4510.1241)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183088
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Speak To Officer
1270 CEDAR RIDGE DR D

Complainant: BRITTNEY KETCHUM

Officer responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr in reference to a speak with 
officer report. Complainant advised that a 
male subject, who was visiting her 
neighbors, had attempted to lure her 5 year 
old son from their yard into the neighbor's 
yard. Complainant confronted the subject 
and advised him not to call her son. The 
male left the area shortly after.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183086
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018
Debris In Roadway
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING STREET

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Debris in the roadway at the above 
intersection, which was a piece of wood 
with a nail in it. The debris was removed 
and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183085
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Parking Complaint 
1048 E NINTH ST SALEM

Complainant: TERESA MCCASKEY

Police responded to the 1000 block of E. 
9th St for a parking complaint. The 
complainant advised that her neighbor does 
not pull up far enough in the shared 
driveway. The other party involved was 
already gone when officers arrived


Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Sunday, May 20, 2018
08:06 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183069
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
366 PENN AVE 10 SALEM 


Complainant: JOHN BRIDGE

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with a complainant about another 
tenant having a dog in their residence 
without permission. Officers made contact 
with the other resident who stated and had 
a signed document from the landlord to 
have the dog at their residence. The 
complainant stated the document was a 
fake. Officers advised the complainant it 
was a civil matter and he needed to contact 
the landlord.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183070
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018
Public Assist
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: LORI EDGERTON

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant. Officer walked 
the complainant from her vehicle in the 
parking lot to the front door of the business. 
No problem with the male sitting in a red 
vehicle with a 30 day tag that the 
complainant did not know.

Ohio registration, G259821.




PTL French



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183071
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Suspicious Activity
900 BLOCK OF E FOURTH ST SALEM


The complainant responded to this 
department to report concerns of possible 
illegal activity in the neighborhood.

Information was obtained and will be 
followed up on and forwarded to the 
CCDTF as well.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183072
Report Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
452 SHARP AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Report of animal neglect/cruelty at the 
above location. Upon arrival, this officer 
spoke to the owner of the dog and the dog 
was found to be ok. She advised that they 
brought the dog outside in the fenced back 
yard to do its business and then bring it 
back in. She advised that they were outside 
with the dog and that it was not left out all 
morning.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183073
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018
Theft
659 E SCHOOL ST SALEM


Complainant: MICHAEL SMYTH

Officers responded to the above location for 
a theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated unknown subject(s) 
removed a shed from his rental property 
along with rugs from his side porch and 
front porch. While investigating at the 
residence the complainant noticed his shed 
in the neighbors back yard. Officers made 
contact with the owner of the residence who 
denied knowing how the shed got onto his 
property. The complainant removed the 
shed from the property.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183074
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Accident Private Property
2586 E STATE ST A SALEM
DOLLARTREE


One Vehicle Private Property Accident

The driver of Unit # 1, DANIEL SMITH, 
advised that he was pulling through the 
parking lot of the above noted location. He 
advised that he struck a yellow parking lot 
pole in the lot with his driver's side back 
door. Minor to moderate damage was 
observed to the door and photos taken. No 
reported damage to the pole.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183076
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
THEFT
1269 CEDAR RIDGE DR D 


Complainant: LUCAS GRIFFIN

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant/victim who 
advised that he was visiting his girlfriend at 
her residence in the City of Salem.

He received a phone call at approximately 
1240hrs from a female staying at his 
residence in the City advising that she 
believed his ex-girlfriend had just walked 
into his residence went up stairs and took 
his cat. They had broke up approximately a 
month and a half ago. But they had lived 
together along with the cat that was taken. 
It was decided when they split that he would 
keep the cat since the ex-girlfriends mother 
was allergic to it.

The female/witness she saw her walk down 
the steps from up stairs with the cat in hand 
giving it to an older female that came into 
the residence also but waited down stairs 
then they both left in a black car.

It is believed that the ex-girlfriend and her 
mother came and took the cat uninvited 
along with just walking into the residence 
where they did not live now or in the past.


Information gathered and sent to the 
prosecutors office for review of possible 
charges.




Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183078
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: DONNA 

Report of a drive off from the above noted 
location. The complainant advised that the 
driver of a silver truck pumped $40.00 worth 
of fuel and then left without rendering 
payment. The operator left traveling 
eastbound on E. State St.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183079
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Reckless Operator
491 RElLLY AVE D



During an event at Reilly stadium a vehicle 
drove through the closed intersection at E. 
Pershing St and Ohio Ave.

The vehicle drove over the curb around the 
officer directing traffic and around oncoming 
traffic. While doing so the vehicle almost 
struck the officer directing traffic. The driver 
was stopped and issued a citation.


Cited: Arley W. Yorty
DOB: 1941
Address: 944 Jersey Ridge Rd
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving on Closed Roadway



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183081
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Menacing / Threats
1920 MAPLE ST A - SALEM


Complainant: SHANE MORRISON

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant. He advised 
that he was utilizing the yard at the rear of 
his residence for a short cut and was 
previously allowed by the owner of the 
property. He stated that the owner now told 
him not to use the property and threatened 
the complainant. 

Officers made contact at the residence at 
which the complainant was referring to and 
spoke with the property owner. He advised 
that he previously allowed the complainant 
to cut through his yard, but has since told 
him to stay off the property. He advised that 
the complainant has been found loitering in 
his front yard and even on his front porch 
waiting to be picked up by unknown 
individuals. 

The complainant was ultimately advised to 
stay off the property to avoid further 
problems.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183082
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Parking Complaint  Violation
1146 SHORT AVE SALEM

Complainant: Patricia Dougherty

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who had a 
concern over mowing her grass and a 
vehicle parked right next to the area she 
mows. She did not want to blow grass on 
the vehicle. Officer found that the license 
plate came back to a male subject outside 
the City. Officer was also advised that the 
vehicle had not been moved for a few days. 

Officer issued a red warning tag for the 
vehicle for violation of City ordinance 
Illegally parked/abandoned vehicle on 
street/roadway 303.09 for 48hrs. 

While officer was finishing another male 
subject came out from across the street and 
advised the vehicle belonged to a relative 
and he would get it taken care of.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183083
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Accident Private Property 
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
WALMART


Occurred on April 26th, 2018 between 1540 
- 1550hrs.


Unit #1:  2017 Jeep SW Red in color
Owner/Operator: Carolyn Hinson 10408 
Stratton Rd Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2:  2012 Nissan 4s Maxima Black in 
color
Owner: Thomas Wrehn 1861 Lovi Rd 
Freedom, Pa.
Operator: Foxx Dondecanio (unknown)


Unit #1 had backed out of the parking spot 
in row #3 and turned in the isle way when 
Unit #2 backed out of a parking space 
across from her and struck Unit #1 in the 
right rear corner with it's rear. No injuries 
reported. No Units towed.

lncident not reported till this date since the 
insurance company of Unit #2 has placed it 
under investigation to see if they were going 
to cover the loss to Unit # 1.

The owner/operator of Unit #1 is going to try 
and get Wal-Mart asset protection to view 
any video they may have from that date and 
time.

Officer advised the owner/operator if they 
found any thing on video it would just be put 
in the file here since it was a private 
property crash minor damage and they 
agreed to turn it over to the insurance 
company. The owner/operator of Unit #1 
advised that the operator of Unit #2 seemed 
very apologetic and nice about it and knew 
it was his fault?



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183054
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Suspicious Person 
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
PARKING LOT 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the Wal-Mart parking 
lot in reference to a suspicious person. 
Complainant advised of a male that was 
slouched over in a white Chevy truck with 
his foot sticking out of the door and 
appeared to be passed out.

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders were also requested. Upon 
arrival, officers made contact with the male 
who advised that everything was okay and 
that he was waiting on his family to come 
out of the store. After medical personnel 
spoke with the male, officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 83055
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Assist Other Agency
40000 BLK OF LINCOLN WAY

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer responded to SR 154 in Lisbon near 
Shale Restaurant to assist OSP on a traffic 
stop , who had requested a K9. K9 Argo 
conducted a sniff of the vehicle and alerted 
to the presence of a narcotic odor. A search 
of the vehicle turned up marijuana, which 
was in a hidden compartment can of Dr. 
Pepper. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. S.LaRosa 907/059



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183056
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Assault
599 E STATE ST
BAR/NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: MARK CASSINGER

Police responded to Mike's Penn Grille for a 
report of an assault that had taken place 
outside of the business. The complainant 
advised officers that a known male subject 
slapped him in the face and told him that he 
was going to hit him every time he seen 
him. 

The complainant did have minor visible 
injuries on his face. After further 
investigation the other half involved was 
arrested, transported to the Salem Police 
Department and later taken to Columbiana 
County Jail.


Arrested: Jamie M Pastore
350 Union St. Washingtonville, OH, 44490
Offenses: Assault ORC 2903.13(A) , 
Obstruction Of Official Business ORC 
2921.31



PTL Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183057
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Animal Complaint
849 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to the 800 block of 
S. Lundy Avenue for a report of possible 
animal abuse against a dog.

Officer responded and made contact with 
two female juveniles at their residence and 
with their grandmother who lives next to 
them. They were advised of the complaint 
and they stated that the dog was running 
towards the road so they yelled for it to 
come back, but never hit the dog. The dog 
appeared to be fine and not injured in any 
way.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183058
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
231 W SIXTEENTH ST SALEM


Two subjects arrived on station for a 
missing female juvenile. The juvenile was 
seen just before she left for school.

The juvenile advised she would be at a 
friends for the evening. After not hearing 
from the juvenile the guardians attempted 
contact and responded to where the 
juvenile was supposedly staying, but she 
was not located there.

Police gathered the juveniles information 
and the guardians signed a missing 
persons form. The juvenile was then 
entered into LEADS as missing.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183059
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
520 E PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: TERRIANN MCFARLAND

Officer responded to the Salem Fun Factory 
for a report of criminal damaging. The 
complainant advised officer that her 12 year 
old daughter's cell phone got taken by 
another kid and got broken. 

Officer was able to speak to the other party 
involved and have her mother pick her up. 
The matter is being handed over to the 
department's juvenile officer



PTL Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183060
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Warrant Arrest  Warrant Check
893 E FIFTH ST SALEM

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officers responded to the 800 block of E. 
Fifth Street to attempt contact with a male 
subject who had an active arrest warrant 
out of the Columbiana County Sheriff 
Department. Officers made contact with the 
subjects mother who advised her son was 
incarcerated in Stark County for the next 
several months. 

Officers contacted the facility in Stark 
County and confirmed the subject was 
there.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183062
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Suspicious Activity
100 SHARP AVE

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL

Officer on patrol in the 100 block of Sharp 
Avenue observed two females walking 
towards Sharp from behind a business by 
the rail road tracks. Officer made contact 
with the two females and found them to be 
juveniles. Both stated that they were on 
their way home from skating and had been 
walking due to their baby sitter not having 
enough room in the vehicle.

The mother of one of the juveniles showed 
up on scene and confirmed that her 
daughter was supposed to be at a sitters 
house on Sharp Avenue and that they had 
been skating. The mother took the juvenile 
from the scene. The other female juvenile 
was transported to her sisters place of 
employment per her mother who was not in 
town. Both juveniles were advised to not 
cross the rail road tracks under the over 
pass bridge.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183063
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
226 VINE AVE 8 SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


On 5/18/2018 officers responded to the 200 
block of Vine Ave. in regards to a loud noise 
complaint. Upon arrival officers spoke with 
the subject who was playing music too loud. 
The subject understood and then turned his 
music down and was advised to do so for 
the rest of the night. Officers cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918-098)



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20183064
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
186 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: AUSTIN SMITH

Police responded to the 100 block of E. 
Sixth St. for a report of a female subject 
being disorderly. The complainant advised 
officers that he and his fiance had gotten 
into a verbal altercation and that she had 
left the residence prior to officer arrival. The 
complainant advised officer that he didn't 
want his fiance to return to the residence. 
Officer advised the complainant that since 
he and the female subject live together 
officers could not stop her from coming 
back to their residence, but to call the PD if 
they had any further issues once she 
returned.



Ptl. J. Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183065
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Suspicious Activity
565 FRANKLIN ST SALEM 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave. in reference to suspicious 
activity. Complainant reported a suspicious 
vehicle in the parking lot of an apartment 
complex, which she believed the occupants 
to be conducting a drug deal. 

Complainant had no description of the 
vehicle, but the vehicle reportedly left the 
area prior to officers arrival. Nothing 
suspicious was observed in the area and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183066
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Ambulance Needed
318 E SEVENTH ST SALEM

Complainant: AMANDA BADDELEY

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
E. Seventh St. to check the well being of a 
male subject. Complainant advised that her 
boyfriend had made threats of committing 
suicide on the phone and requested officers 
to check on him. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subject who advised that he and the 
complainant were having an argument and 
he may have said some things that he didn't 
mean. The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance were 
requested to the scene. After medical 
personnel evaluated the subject, he refused 
treatment and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183067
Date: Saturday, May 19,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: COURTNEY BOSWORTH

Officer spoke with a female subject on 
station who was concerned for a female 
friend of hers. The complainant advised her 
friend had been at a residence where a 
male and another female had been in an 
argument and her friend left on foot. The 
complainant further advised that her friend 
was in a bridesmaid dress and she had 
walked away from the 100 block of E. Sixth 
Street. Complainant stated she has 
attempted to call her friend and has been to 
her house on Stewart Road several times 
with no contact made. 

Officer obtained a description of the female 
subject and advised the complainant that 
officers would check for the subject while on 
patrol. Officer advised the complainant that 
since the female subject in an adult she 
would not be entered in to LEADS at this 
time. 

The complainant was advised to contact the 
department should she hear from the 
subject or if she has not heard from the 
subject after a period of time.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Saturday, May 19, 2018
08:01 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183039
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1920 MAPLE ST A SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found that the one half had left. This 
being a civil matter with family members 
and the care of their elderly grand mother 
and her doctor.

One cousin/sister does not like that is being 
done and every time she shows up she 
starts yelling and causing a problem. 

The female cousin had left prior to officer(s) 
arrival. The female had left leaving marks 
on the road way.

The manager is possibly going to seek 
having her not return again. Ptl. Winker 
talked with her and the complainant at the 
managers area.

This officer talked with the grandson who 
resides with his grandmother to help with 
her care.

NOTE: Officer(s) were there for the same 
situation/problem on Wednesday, 05-09-18.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183042
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Obstructed Roadway
564 E SECOND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location and 
found an asphalt paving company with 
equipment on the road way with a male 
subject directing traffic around it.

Officer did not see any problems with the 
way traffic was being directed that would 
leave officer to believe the flagger was 
incompetent of doing the job as the 
complainant had told the dispatcher. Officer 
watched for a few minutes and found no 
violations, officer then cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183043
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Solicitor(s)
2875 E STATE ST C

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL

Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
a male subject standing at the north east 
corner of the entrance/exit drive on 
Cunningham to WaCMart holding a sign.

Officer stopped and talked with the male 
who showed this officer a home made sign 
saying, Jesus Loves You.

Officer advised him that it was fine for the 
sign but, he could not panhandle. He 
advised he understood.

He moved here from Oregon and figured 
since he was off the property owned by 
WaCMart he was fine.

Officer advised him he would be fine but he 
had to leave room for motorists to see at 
the intersection area.

The male had an amputated right leg with 
numerous tattoos and a back pack. He was 
very polite.

As officer was leaving the male cleared the 
area.




Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183044
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Runaway / Missing 
410 COLUMBIA ST SALEM

Complainant: HERY SALAMANCA

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a missing juvenile. Officers 
spoke with the complainant who stated their 
son left home this morning and he hasn't 
seen him all day. After officers left the 
residence the complainant called and stated 
their son returned home.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183045
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Speak To Officer
2376 LEXINGTON AVE

Complainant: LORRAINE MOSS

Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the complainant who advised 
she knows there is nothing that can be 
done but, she wanted a report made about 
possibly a family member stealing from her 
over the past few years. Officer gathered 
the information and advised the 
complainant/victim that a report would be 
made.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183046
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Fire Alarm
491 REILLY AVE A
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Police responded to Reilly School for a fire 
alarm. Teachers advised the incident was 
accidental. Police were advised that a 
parent came to pick up her child when a 
toddler pulled the fire alarm out of curiosity.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183047
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
suspicious person
447 CONTINENTAL DR 43 SALEM


Complainant: NICOLE PURNELL

Officer responded to the above location and 
was met by the complainant who advised 
they were behind the building.

Officer went behind the complex and found 
two male subjects sitting on top of the hill 
smoking cigarettes.

Officer asked if they were smoking anything 
illegal and they advised no.

Officer couldn't smell anything only cigarette 
smoke.

They both were residents in the complex 
and officer cleared.



Ptl. French 104



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183048
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Menacing / Threats 
300 E STATE ST A SALEM

A male subject responded to the Police 
Dept The subject advised of a previous 
incident involving his father and a protection 
order. The subject dropped off 
documentation from his lawyer.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183049
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
377 W TENTH ST


UNIT # 1  Driver/Owner: Thone 
Phanhpheng

UNIT # 2  (Parked) Owner: ASHLEY CULP 

UNIT # 3  (Parked) Owner: ANGELINE 
GOULDSBERRY 



Police responded to the 300 block of W. 
10th St for a motor vehicle accident. Unit #1 
was traveling eastbound when it struck two 
parked vehicles that were unoccupied. Unit 
#2 and Unit #3 sustained minor damaged to 
the driver sides of the vehicles. Unit #1 was 
towed by AAA. The driver of Unit #1 
advised he did not need medical attention.


Cited: Thone Phanhpheng
DOB: 1951
Address: 316 W. 10th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Reasonable Control



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183053
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Indecent Exposure
408 S ELLSWORTH AVE B SALEM 


Complainant: NICOLE HILTON, EAST 
PALESTINE, OH 44413 

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant/victim who 
advised she didn't want the male subject 
inside her apartment to get into trouble but, 
he was homeless and she had just met him. 
She allowed him to stay for the night but 
this day he came out and he had his zipper 
open. She did not like it and wanted him to 
leave. He had only been there one day.

Officer talked with the male and he thought 
some thing else when she was not thinking 
that.

He advised he would leave. He gathered 
his property along with his dog and left. He 
advised he had another place to go.

The complainant advised that's all she 
wanted. She then left the apartment also.




Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183038
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Threats/Violence
552 WASHINGTON AVE



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Police responded to the 500 block of 
Washington Ave. for a domestic dispute. 
After investigation it was found that a male 
subject did cause physical harm to his 
girlfriend. The female subject did have 
minor visible injuries. The male subject was 
arrested and transported to the Salem 
Police Department for processing and later 
taken to Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Daniel S. Mcnemar
DOB: 1985
Offense: Domestic Violence ORC 
2919.25(A)



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183037
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Suspicious Activity 
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: GARY CRIMMINS,  
ALLIANCE, OH 44601

Officers responded to the Salem WalMart 
located at 2875 E. State St. for a report of 
suspicious activity.

Complainant reported a female inside the 
business having a possible medical issue. A 
male that was reported to be with the 
female walked out into the parking lot. 
Salem Fire Dept. First Responders and 
KLG Ambulance responded to check on the 
female, who subsequently refused 
transport. 

Officers located the male in the parking lot 
at a vehicle, During the investigation, 
officers located suspected marijuana in 
plain view. A search of the vehicle revealed, 
a marijuana cigarette, a scale with 
marijuana residue on it as well as an open 
container of alcohol. 

The female, 27 year old Candida R. Slager 
was issued a MM citation for possession of 
marijuana. She was given a mandatory 
court date of Tuesday May 22nd, 2018 at 
08:30a.m. in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. Officers cleared.



CITED:

Candida R. Slager
DOB: 1990
840 Louise St.
East Liverpool, OH 43920
Charge: MM Possession of Marijuana



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183036
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Animal Complaint 
838 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to 838 N. Ellsworth Ave. 
for a report of a barking dog. 

Upon arrival, officer could see and hear a 
dog barking in the back yard of the 
residence. Contact was made with a female 
at the front door of the residence.

She was advised of the complaint and 
advised she would bring the dog in. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183035
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Assist Other Anency


Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer assisted a Trooper with the Highway 
Patrol at the Salem Police Dept. with 
witnessing the reading a BMV2255 form on 
an OVI suspect he had placed under arrest. 
The male subject later submitted to a breath 
sample on this Agency's DataMaster. 
Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183034
Date: Friday, May 18, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
423 N HOWARD AVE SALEM

Officer responded to the 400 block of N. 
Howard for a report of a dispute. Officer 
arrived and did help calm things down for 
the evening. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183033
Date: Friday, May 18,2018
Fight
406 F RANKLIN AVE


Police responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a fight in progress. 

Upon officers arriving there were several 
subjects in the alley behind Broadway who 
were attempting to leave. Officers spoke to 
two male subjects who appeared to have 
minor injuries, but stated no fight took 
place. Officers stood by until the subjects 
went their separate ways.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183032
Date: Friday, May 18,2018


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 1000 block of E. 
Tenth St. for a report of a male subject who 
was walking in the area yelling.

Officer checked the area, but was not able 
to locate the subject.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183031
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Kidnapping / Abduction
456 E FIFTH ST 

Complainant: TAIRA SCULLION

Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
State St for a report of a juvenile problem1 
possible kidnapping. The complainant 
advised that her son had been taken from 
the property they were on by two older 
males and that they went to a local 
business. Officers arrived and did locate the 
juvenile as well as the reported older males, 
one 15 years of age and the other 18. The 
complainants son stated that he went with 
the older males to the store and that there 
was no type of kidnapping. 

The complainant did depart with her son 
and the other males were turned over to 
their parents. Charges possibly pending 
upon speaking with a prosecutor.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183030
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1701 QUAKER LN

Complainant: Marion Johnson

Officer responded to 1701 Quaker Ln. for a 
report of an unruly juvenile. The 
complainant, whom is the mother of the 
juvenile advised her daughter will not listen 
to her. Officer briefly spoke with the 15 year 
old juvenile and advised her that she has to 
listen to her mother. Both parties were 
advised to try to work things out in a civil 
manner. Officer
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police Departmentt #: 20183029 
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Harassment

Complainant: MARY BOOTH

Officer spoke with female complainant, 
Mary Booth who came on station to report 
being harassed by a male subject known to 
her. She was provided options in dealing 
with the matter. Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183028
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
FRANKLIN AVE / SOUTHEAST 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officers assisted another unit on a traffic 
stop after smelling the odor of marijuana. 
The K9 officer did deploy K9 Simon who did 
indicate to narcotic odor. A probable cause 
search to the vehicle did yield marijuana in 
the vehicle.

The driver was cited for possession of 
marijuana.


Cited: Jacob W Harriger
DOB: 1993
Address: 1004 Oakwood Drive SE Warren 
OH 44484
Charge: Possession of Marijuana



Ptl DeRose 920




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Salem Police STORY #: 20183026
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Assist Other Anency 
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON ST

Complainant: PATROL, STATE HIGHWAY

K9 Simon was requested by OSP Post 15 
for a K9 free air sniff of a vehicle at S. 
Howard Ave. and W Wilson St. K9 Simon 
did indicate to the presence of narcotic odor 
and Officer cleared when no longer needed 
by OSP.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Friday, May 18, 2018
08:53 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183025
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
253 VINE AVE


Unit # 2 2012 FORD E-450 driver  Richard 
Brant, Owner Employment Development Inc

Unit # 1 2009 FORD Fusion SILVER  
Owner KARI SEDDON 


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
Vine Ave for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been legally parked 
and unoccupied on the west side of the 
roadway when it was struck by unit # 2. Unit 
# 2 had been traveling south in the 200 
block of Vine when it struck unit # 1. 

Unit # 1 sustained damage to its front left 
fender and bumper area. Unit # 2 sustained 
minor damage. There were no reported 
injuries and both vehicles were driven from 
the scene. 

No citations were issued.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183023
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: SALEM REGIONAL 
MEDICAL CENTER 1995 E STATE ST 
SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the 1900 block of 
East State St for a reported dispute. On 
arrival officers spoke with a representative 
from the facility. The man stated that they 
had a issue with a former employee earlier 
in the day and that the man continues to 
call. Officers advised the representative of 
the options for dealing with the situation.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183024
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
470 W EIGHTH ST SALEM

Complainant: MARYANN KILBREATH

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
West 8th St for a report of telephone 
harassment. On arrival officers spoke with 
the complainant. The complainant stated 
that she has been receiving unwanted calls 
and messages from a person known to her. 
Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation.

Officers attempted to make contact with the 
person in question but were unable to at the 
time of this report.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182976
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
638 E FIFTH ST SALEM

Complainant: CASTO, LT 

While on patrol on E Fifth St a red vehicle 
was observed to be parked in front of 638 E 
Fifth St with no registration showing. 
Reporting officer did observe a Temp Tag in 
the back window, but it had expired. A Pink 
Ticket was issued to the vehicle for the 
expired tag.



Lt. Davuid L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182981
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Menacing / Threats
684 E THIRD ST

Report of a threats/possible fight at the 
above location. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with all parties 
involved and all agreed to stay away from 
each other. The one male subject was 
advised to cease his actions or he would be 
charged if he showed back up to the above 
address.



PTL Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183008
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
E PERSHING ST / S BROADWAY SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the area of E 
Pershing St and S Broadway Ave for a 
report of a juvenile complaint.

Officers were able to locate the juveniles 
and while talking to them their parents 
arrived on scene. Officers then explained 
the situation to their parents and cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183009
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Solicitor(s)
1200 BLOCK OF MAPLE



Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Maple St. for possible solicitors. Officers 
arrived in the area and had negative contact 
with the subjects. It is believed that they 
may have already left the area. Officers 
then cleared.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183010
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
468 COLUMBIA ST SALEM 

Complainant: JEREMY TAUSCH

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Columbia for a report of criminal damaging. 
Officers arrived and spoke with the 
complainant who advised that an unknown 
female had damaged the lattice fence on a 
porch. The woman had reportedly said that 
she thought a cat was trapped behind the 
lattice and then fled the area. A report 
number was issued.


Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183011
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
2401 E STATE ST A


Officers responded to the 2400 block of E. 
State St. for a motor vehicle accident. While 
enroute dispatch advised that the the driver 
of Unit #1 was leaving the scene heading 
west bound on E. Pershing St. Officers 
checked the area with negative contact. 
Officers responded to the scene of the 
accident and it was found to be a private 
property accident. The driver of Unit #2 
stated that the driver of Unit #1 was 
traveling east bound and attempted to go 
around his vehicle in the rear of the parking 
lot and struck his door causing minor 
functional damage. 

Officer documented the damage done to 
the vehicle as well as the information of Unit 
#2.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183012
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Suspicious Person
968 E STATE ST


Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
E State St for a report of a suspicious 
juvenile driver. Officers made contact with 
the juvenile and were able to confirm that 
the juvenile is of age to be operating a 
motor vehicle. 

Officers then cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183013
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Criminal Trespassing
405 N HOWARD AVE SALEM


Officers responded to the 400 block of N. 
Howard Ave. for a report of possible 
criminal tresspassing. Officers arrived on 
scene and had negative contact with 
anyone. The residence was secure and 
officers cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183014
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Suspicious Person
900 BLOCK OF S LUNDY STREET


Officers responded to the 900 block of S. 
Lundy for suspicious criminal activity. 
Officer arrived in the area and made contact 
with one of the subjects described. Officers 
were able to identify the male who was 
visiting a friend at a residence located near 
the initial call location. Nothing criminal was 
observed and officers cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183015
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1965 S LUNDY AVE SALEM


Complainant: SMITH, SGT 


Officers arrested 19 year old female, 
Bethany A. Uptegraph at 965 S. Lundy Ave. 
on an active warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriff's Dept. for an OVI offense. 
Ms. Uptegraph was transported to the 
Salem Police Dept. for processing and 
released to a Deputy with the CCSO and 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail. 
Officers cleared.


Arrestee: Bethany A. Uptegraph
DOB: 1998
972 Liberty St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant-OVI



Sgt. B. Smith #S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183016
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Civil Matter
1063 BUCKEYE AVE

Complainant: SHANE BAGLEY

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of Buckeye Ave for a report of a civil matter. 
Officers received information by the 
complainant that he was going to gather 
some of his belongings and leave. Officers 
stayed on scene to make sure things were 
peaceful between the two parties but 
officers were then informed that he would 
be remaining at the residence for a few 
hours. Officers then cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20183017
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Suspicious Person
156 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officer on patrol observed two suspicious 
subjects standing against the south side of 
Kentucky Fried Chicken, which was closed 
at the time. Upon the subject's seeing the 
patrol car, they split up and walked separate 
ways in the parking lot. 

Contact was made with the subjects and 
identified. The male and female were found 
to be brother and sister. The female advised 
they were waiting on her boyfriend to get 
done work at Kentucky Fried Chicken. The 
male and female were found to be juveniles 
and they thought that they were out past 
curfew and that is the reason they had split 
up. 

They were not found to be out past curfew 
as they had another half hour until curfew. 
Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183020
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Ambulance Needed
506 CONTINENTAL DR 11 SALEM


Officers along with the Salem Fire Dept. 
First Responders and EMT Ambulance 
responded to 506 Continental Dr. Apt.#11 
for a medical emergency. Upon arrival, 
officers stood by with EMS personnel. A 
female was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 83021
Date: Thursday, May 17,2018
Accident Private Property
436 E SECOND ST A SALEM 
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Local Report Only

Officer responded to the 400 block of E. 
Second St. for a private property accident 
The driver of Unit #1 stated that they had 
turned into the driveway and while in the 
driveway she stuck the utility pole on the 
West side of the driveway. 

Unit #1, 2006 JEEP Patriot BLK, KELLI 
BRENNEMAN , LISBON, OH, sustained 
Minor Functional damage.




Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Thursday, May 17, 2018
10:02 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20183006
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
CAROLE DR / MERLE RD SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer checked a parking complaint. Officer 
found that the vehicle was too close to the 
intersection / stop sign.

Resident advised she would try and find the 
key and move it to the driveway. Vehicle 
was not an immediate hazard.



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183005
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Vehicle B8E
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: TIFFANY DURK, 
WASHINGTONVILLE, OH 44408

Complainant on station to report that a 
unknown person had broken the door 
handle on her vehicle while it was parked in 
the 2800 block of East State St. Officers will 
have the business review the video in a 
attempt to identify the person in question. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20183003
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Animal Complaint
500 BLOCK OF PROSPECT ST SALEM

Complainant: DOROTHY KAZMIR

Reporting officer spoke ot the complainant 
whois concerned about the dogs running 
loose in the 500 block of Prospect St, as 
she was confronted by one this morning 
while walking in the area. The complainant 
further stated that she was not bitten, but 
was scared by the animal due to its 
excressive barking at her. 

Reporting officer advised the complainant 
that this officer would speak to the owner of 
the animal and advise them of the 
complaint.



Lt. David L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182993
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officers spoke with the complainant about a 
situation concerning a family member. 
Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182995
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Domestic In Progress
565 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: LISA MISTRETTA

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin for a reported domestic dispute. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that she and her 
live in boyfriend had been involved in a 
verbal dispute. The complainant stated 
further that the boyfriend had gotten into her 
vehicle without her permission. 

Officers advised the complainant of her 
options for dealing with the situation 
Officers also spoke with the boyfriend who 
stated that he was leaving due to the 
complainants actions. The boyfriend stated 
that he had gotten his wallet out of the 
complainants vehicle Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182996
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Debris In Roadway
587 CONTINENTAL DR SALEM


Officer responded the 500 block of 
Continental Dr. for debris in the roadway. 
Officers arrived and found that grass had 
been mowed into the roadway the grass did 
not impeded traffic.. The company that 
mows the lawns was not present during the 
time of the original call Further follow up will 
take place if needed



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182997
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Sex Offense

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Complainant on station to report a possible 
sex offence that occurred inside the city. 
Officers gathered all of the information and 
the matter was turned over to a Detective. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182998
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Civil Matter
405 N HOWARD AVE A SALEM

Complainant: MARY LESKEY, PINE LAKE 
NORTH LIMA, OH 

Officers met with the complainant at Salem 
Police departmetl regarding a possible civil 
issue. The complainant stated that she has 
a tenant moving out that did not properly fill 
out his initial paperwork when he moved in. 
She was advised that this was a civil issue. 
She stated that other than that she has had 
no problems with the tenant



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police De~artment #: 20183000
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
560 E EUCLID ST SALEM

Dispatch sent officerls to 560 E. Euclid St 
for a dispute with a male breaking a door in 
to gain entry into the residence. Dispatch 
could hear yelling and screaming and asked 
officers to "step up response". 

Upon arrival a male was outside and 
identified. He began to explain it was a 
property dispute and both he and the 
female there had been given some type of 
eviction paper and they were in the process 
of gathering their things. The female yelled 
from the second story window that all was 
okay and it was a verbal dispute that she'd 
over reacted' to. She did come outside on 
back patio and officers talked to them both 
there. Again she claimed to over reacted 
and all was okay.

Nothing physical appeared to have 
happened as neither had any physical 
marks or injuries Both had calmed down 
and cooperated in providing ID and they 
were checked for warrants Officers cleared 
after parties agreed to act civilly towards 
each other. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182982
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
530 COLUMBIA ST SALEM

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

Police responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St. to check for a male subject 
who had pending charges from the Salem 
Police Department. Officers were able to 
locate the male and place him in custody. 
The male was transported to the Salem 
Police Department for processing and taken 
to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Steven Goodman
DOB: 1981
Offense: Menacing (M4) ORC 2903.22



PTL BROOKS



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182983
Date:Tuesday, May 15,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
842 W. Pershing Street

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL

Officers responded to the 800 block of W. 
Pershing Street to attempt contact with a 
female subject who had an active arrested 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff Department. Officers made contact 
with the female subject at the apartment 
and also observed she was with a male 
subject who was found to also have an 
arrest warrant. Both subjects were 
subsequently placed in custody and 
transported back to the police department 
for processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested : Candace L. Fraser (LKA) 254 W. 
Wilson St. Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1989)
Warrant - Failure to Appear for Possession 
of Drug Abuse Instruments


Arrested: Nicholas Crookston (LKA) 11200 
Market Street North Lima, Ohio 44453 
(DOB: 1988)
Warrant - Failure to Appear for Domestic 
Violence



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182984
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Dog at Large 
700 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN


Report of a dog at large in the above area. 
Officer located the dog, but was unable to 
catch it. It returned home to a yard in the 
200 block of Vine Ave. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182985
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Domestic In Progress
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Officers were dispatched to an apartment 
building at Briargate Apartments on 
Southeast Blvd. for a possible domestic in 
progress in an upstairs apartment. Officers 
responded, but did not hear any noise from 
any of the second floor apartments. 
Residents of three of the upstairs 
apartments opened their door and advised 
they did not hear a disturbance. 

Officers cleared with no problems found.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182986
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Accident Private Property 
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
SUPERMARKET

PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT 

Officers were dispatched to the WalMart 
parking lot on E. State Street for a private 
property accident with possible
injury. 

Officers responded and observed that the 
driver of a white Ford Ranger had struck a 
cement light pole base in the middle of the 
parking lot. Officer made contact with the 
driver/owner of the truck who advised he 
had been looking in a different direction that 
his vehicle was going and accidentally 
struck the pole. A laceration was observed 
on the drivers head and first responders 
and an ambulance service responded. 
Damage was observed to the left front of 
the Ford Ranger and photographs were 
obtained. No damage was observed to the 
light pole. 

The driver advised he did not have 
insurance on the vehicle and the truck was 
towed from the scene by Sinsley Towing 
due to the damage on the vehicle. The 
driver refused medical treatment.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182987
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer observed two unoccupied vehicles 
parked in Centennial Park after closing 
hours. Upon checking the vehicles, officer 
located three subjects. They were advised 
of the park hours and sent on their way. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182988
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Suspicious Activity
75 ELM AVE


Complainant: UNKNOWN, COMP 

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a possible intoxicated driver. 
Caller advised that the subject had drove 
through the yard in front of Tru Cut and then 
left the area. Caller advised that by the way 
the subject was driving he was possibly 
impaired. Officers checked the area, but 
were unable to locate the vehicle in 
question. No damage was observed to the 
yard.



PTL S LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182989
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Fight
284 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: Cynthia Sines

Officers responded to the 200 block of E. 
Fifth St. in reference to a fight. Complainant 
advised that two males were fighting 
outside across the street from her 
residence. Officers located the subjects at 
an apartment building in the 200 block of E. 
Fourth St. Officers made contact with the 
subjects who advised that another male 
became verbally belligerent, due to his level 
of intoxication. 

Officers located the male inside his 
apartment, who advised that he was going 
to go to sleep. Officers advised the subjects 
to cease their arguing for the evening. No 
physical violence was reported. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182990
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
1995 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: ALAINA ZEHENTBAUER, 
FOUNDRY HILL RD HANOVERTON, OH 

Officer responded to the 1900 block of E. 
State St. in reference to a hit/skip private 
property accident. Upon arrival, officer 
spoke with the complainant who advised 
that her vehicle was struck in the parking lot 
while it was parked unoccupied. 

Unit 2, a black 2016 Chevy Tahoe, was 
parked facing north east in a parking space. 
Unit 1, a silver 2017 Buick Encore, was 
parked in a parking space facing east 
bound and was parked next to Unit 2. The 
driver of Unit 1 backed her vehicle west 
bound out of the parking space and struck 
the rear bumper of Unit 2. Both Unit 1 and 
Unit 2 sustained minor damage to the rear 
bumpers. 

Officers later located the driver of Unit 1 at 
her residence to gather all the necessary 
information. No citations were issued. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182991
Suspicious Vehicle
2789 E STATE ST 8
Date: Wednesday, May 16,2018


Officer on patrol in the 2700 block of E. 
State Street observed a silver Chrysler 
mini-van driving around the back of a plaza 
off Cunningham Road. Officer made contact 
with the driver of the vehicle who advised 
that she was having problems with a tire on 
her van. She stated that her family member 
fixed the tire and told her to drive around on 
it for a while. 

The female was advised to depart the 
business lot.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Wednesday, May 16, 2018
10:44 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182963
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
587 CONTINENTAL DR

Unit #1 : 2002 Chevrolet 4s White in color
Owner: Nicola Grande 483 E. Euclid Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Operator: Anne M Grande 483 E. Euclid 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Fixed: Light post & light fixture, numerous 
mail boxes and 4x4 post(s)
500blk of Continental Dr. Salem, Ohio 
44460
Owner: Mark Weikart (mail boxes)
Owner: Ohio Edison


Unit #1 was south bound on Continental 
Drive. The operator failed to maintain 
reasonable control going off the left side 
(east) of the road way striking a lamp post & 
light then continuing south in the yard 
striking the mail boxes and continued out 
back onto the roadway south bound 
stopping in front of 537 leaving the 
lampllight on the road then going east 
bound on Bentley Drive.

Unit #1 was located by Leetonia Police 
Dept on SR344 at Betz Rd and stopped 
there.

Officer responded there and talked with the 
operator who advised they had fallen 
asleep and apologized for not staying at the 
scene.

Leetonia EMS came to the location and 
checked the operator of Unit #1 who 
declined treatment. The operator requested 
AAA for a tow.

Unit #1 operator was cited for Driving Under 
Suspension 4510.11, Leaving the Scene of 
an Accident 4549.03 and Failure to 
Maintain Reasonable Control 4511.202. 
The operator of Unit #1 was given a court 
date of Thursday, 05-24-18 at 8:30 A.M. for 
the Columbiana County Municipal Court.

NOTE: A male subject called in to this 
department advising the dispatcher of the 
license plate number and direction of travel 
of Unit #1 from the scene down SR344 
towards Leetonia.


Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182964
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
605 E SEVENTH ST SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
a male juvenile who didn't want to go to 
school. Officers spoke with the male and his 
parents and advised him he needed to go to 
school he complied without incident.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182965
Date: Tuesday, May 15,201 8
Combative Patient
1526 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: TAYLOR HOLENCHICK

Officers responded to the above location for 
a combative female. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated a female patient 
attacked another female coworker and ran 
from the residence and into the street. Both 
the complainant and the other female 
coworker physically removed her from the 
roadway. 

Officers asked the female subject why she 
ran from the staff and into the roadway she 
stated she wanted to hurt herself.

Officers contacted first responders and 
KLG. KLG transported the female subject to 
the Salem Hospital to be evaluated.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182966
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Speak To Officer
1220 SOUTHEAST BLVD 6 SALEM

Complainant: ELIZABETH MILLIKIN

Officer responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant and her adult 
daughter. They wanted information on an 
incident regarding a male individual that the 
daughter was briefly speaking to. They 
were given advice regarding the situation.


Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182968
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Theft
340 ROSE AVE

Complainant: LORI ZIMMERLY

Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that she had gotten a new 
prescription from her doctor yesterday, 
Monday, 05-14-18 and laid it on the kitchen 
table. This morning she went to get it and 
now it is missing?

The doctor advised her she needed a report 
from this department then he would look 
into it.

The other would be no good then. She was 
given this report number for the doctor.


Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182969
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Criminal Trespassing
1318 E STATE ST 2 SALEM 

Complainant: BRENDA MELOTT,  LISBON, 
OH 44432

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant who advised 
that person(s) unknown had broke into an 
up stairs apartment some time during the 
night time hours.

There was a small pain of glass out of the 
front west side door that had been broken 
(2x2). The person(s) got inside some how 
and spread debris (clothing) all over the 
inside after the complainant had taken 6 
hours to clean it up.

Possibly the old tenant that was evicted 
may have gotten in even though the locks 
were changed.

No one there at time officer(s) were there.

Officers were called back a short time later 
as the previous tenant showed up. An 
arrangement was made that he was to have 
all his belongings out in a time frame given 
by the complainant.



Sgt. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182971
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Criminal Trespassing 
1318 E STATE ST

Complainant: DAVID HALVERSTADT, 
LISBON, OH 44432

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found the ex-tenant on scene with the 
complainant/landlord who advised he had 
given him a half hour to get the rest of his 
belongings out. The ex-tenant gave back 
the two keys that were taken from the other 
night. Locksmith arrived on scene to 
change locks again as officer was leaving.

The ex-tenant advised he understood he 
was not to be back after this and officer(s) 
did not want to return today.

The friend he had with him left and was 
advised also not to return.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182972
Date:Tuesday, May 15,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
836 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found a line down. F.D. responded and 
found it to be cable. At the request of the 
home owners the line was cut by the F.D. 
and moved out of the way.


Sgt. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182973
Date:Tuesday, May 15,2018
Ambulance Needed
536 WALNUT ST


The Salem Fire Dept. first responders 
responded to the above location for a 
medical call. Officers checked on them and 
found that nothing was needed.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182974
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Suspicious Person 
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E THIRD 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male juvenile sitting on a front 
porch of a closed business.

Officers located the male juvenile who 
stated his aunt and uncle locked him out of 
the house. Officers transported the male 
juvenile back to his residence and made 
contact with the aunt and uncle who let the 
juvenile back into the residence.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182975
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2900 E STATE ST

Complainant: HOME DEPOT

Report of shop lifters at the above location. 
Upon arrival, the loss prevention advised 
that over the past two days a male and 
female subject have stolen $1255.00 worth 
of merchandise from the store. Loss 
prevention advised that they will get video 
of the subjects passing all points of sale 
and leaving the store without paying for the 
items. Matter is under investigation.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182977
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Suspicious Person
S LINCOLN 1200 BLOCK SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer responded to the above location and 
checked for an older male wearing a drrty 
orange shirt following little girls around in 
the park area.

Officer checked the area and found no one 
at the park.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182979
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Menacing / Threats
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM

Complainant: BRENDA CARDER

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
she had received some information via 
messages that a person may have a gun 
and she is unsure what the intent of such is 
going to be.

The complainant advised that this is third 
hand information but wanted to report it.

Officer advised a report would be made.


Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 2018 2980
Date: Tuesday, May 15,2018
Menacing / Threats
684 E THIRD ST


Complainant: LEE KNIGHT

Report of menacinglthreats made at the 
above location. Upon arrival, the 
complainant advised that a known male 
subject has been driving by his house 
several times yelling obscenities and 
making threatening statements.

Complainant advised that he just wanted 
the incident documented, officers checked 
the area and were unable to locate.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182939
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Medical Problem / Assist
740 N UNION AVE SALEM

Report of a medical problem at the above 
address. Upon arrival, the Salem F.D. was 
on scene and advised that a woman had 
just pulled into her driveway and was 
rambling on about several different things 
not making any sense.

KLG responded and she was transported to 
the Salem E.R. by KLG and her car was 
removed from the driveway.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182947
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: DEBRA ALTOMARE

Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that approximately 40 minutes 
prior to this report she was at WalMart and 
upon coming out she had found that 
person(s) unknown used a sharp object and 
scratched the right side (front and rear) 
doors to her vehicle.

The asset protection people advised they 
would try and check the video to see if they 
have any thing.

Vehicle: Ford SW Escape Silver in color



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182948
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Harassment
12205 GOSHEN RD SALEM


Complainant: JOSHUA KNISELEY

(5/14/2018 17:34:08 By: 179 WILL BE 
REFERRED TO GOSHEN WHERE 
SUBJECT LIVES & PERRY TWP where he 
works.

Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that, he has a good friend that 
works for other police departments who told 
him to come here and file a police report 
about a female friends boyfriend who is 
making threatening remarks to him via 
facebook. The complainant blocked the 
number and facebook page from him but he 
has now changed using another name and 
still saying he is going to beat him up 
thinking he has some thing going on with 
the males girlfriend which he says he does 
not and only knows her as an acquaintance.

Officer found that the complainant resides 
in Goshen Township along with working in 
Perry Township.

The complainant is not sure where the male 
lives (possibly Salem?) and not sure of his 
actual name (he only knows a first name).

Officer advised the complainant if he felt 
threatened or if he feels the male would 
attempt him harm at home or work to call 
the respective police agency and file a 
report.

The complainant was given this report to let 
the other agencies know he was here and 
what was said. He has messages from the 
male, which officer advised him to hold onto 
and show the other officers if he decided to 
file a report with the other agencies.





Ptl. French/041



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Salem Police Department
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
496 ARCH ST

Police spoke with a female subject 
regarding her juvenile son. The female 
advised that her son was having issues on 
the bus with the driver. The incident will be 
sent to the juvenile officer for further 
investigation.



Ptl Osberg #916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182950
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Dog At Large
821 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMPLAINT

Complainant on station to return a dog that 
he believed was a stray. Complainant 
advised that he found the dog tied up to a 
dumpster behind the Salem Memorial 
Building. Officer responded to the Memorial 
Building and located the owner. He was 
given a courtesy transport to the police 
department to retrieve his dog. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182952
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Neighbor Dispute
151 SHARP AVE SALEM

Complainant: BRENT BADDELEY

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Sharp Ave. in reference to a neighbor 
dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
complainant who advised that he told the 
subject (neighbor) to keep his cats off of his 
property and the subject called him a vulgar 
name. Officers spoke with the subject about 
his cats and advised him not to go onto the 
complainant's property. They were advised 
to call back if there were further issues. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182953
Date:Monday, May 14,2018
Suspicious Activity


Complainant: SOUTHERN, NORFOLK 

Police responded to the rail road tracks 
near the China Shop on S. Broadway Ave. 
for a report of a subject walking on the 
tracks. Officers were able to locate the 
subject and advise her she was not allowed 
on the tracks and she was trespassing. The 
subject advised officers she understood and 
would stay away from the tracks.


Officer Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182954
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
RR Crossing Gate Malfunction
W PERSHING ST / RAIL ROAD S

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed that the rail road 
crossing lights were activated at the 
crossing on W. Pershing Street, but there 
was no train. The west bound gate was 
down, but the east bound gate was up. 
Norfolk Southern was advised and 
responded to correct the issue.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182956
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
965 S LUNDY AVE SALEM 

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officer responded to the 900 block of S. 
Lundy Avenue to attempt contact with a 
female subject who had an active arrest 
warrant. Officers made contact with the 
owner of the house who advised the subject 
moved out the day before and he does not 
know where she is now living.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182957
Date:Monday, May 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
623 E THIRD ST 2W SALEM

Complainant: MISTY PRATER

Officer responded to the 600 block of E. 
Third St. in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant advised that her 15 year old 
daughter has been acting unruly and 
wanted an officer to speak with her. Officer 
spoke with the juvenile and advised her of 
the unruly laws in this state. She advised 
that she understood and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 120182958
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Drive Off v1 968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: LESLIE

Officer was dispatched to Smith Oil Gas 
Station in the 900 block of E. State Street 
for a report of a theft of gas.

Officer responded and was advised by the 
complainant/employee that a male driving a 
maroon Jeep/ Ford Escape SUV pumped 
$40.02 worth of gas and departed with out 
rendering payment. The complainant 
advised that male did not swipe a card or 
attempt to pay and left the parking lot 
rapidly going south bound on Ohio Avenue. 

Officer checked the area, but was not able 
to locate the vehicle.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 82959
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
975 W WILSON ST A SALEM


Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 


Police responded to the 900 block of W. 
Wilson St. to check for a male subject with 
an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. Officers were able to locate the 
male and place him in custody. Officer 
transported the male back to the Salem 
Police Department for processing and later 
released him to a CCSO Deputy.


Arrested: John W. Smith III
DOB: 1988
Offense: Warrant ( Domestic Violence)



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182960
Date:Monday, May 14,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
254 W WILSON ST A SALEM

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 


Officers responded to the 200 block of W. 
Wilson Street to attempt contact with a 
female subject who had an active arrest 
warrant. Officers attempted contact, but 
there was no answer at the door.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
07:40 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182945
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / S LINCOLN AVE


UNIT # 1 Driver DYLAN SINKOVICH,  
Owner TINA SINKOVICH 

UNIT # 2 Driver/Owner WILSON JASON



Police responded near the intersection of N. 
Lincoln Ave and E. State St. for a two car 
motor vehicle accident. Unit 1 struck Unit# 2 
from behind while traveling southbound 
through the interstection. Both vehicles had 
very minor damage and where able to pull 
off of the roadway. 

Everyone involved denied medical attention 
at the scene. Both units drove away from 
the scene.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182932
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Assist Other Agency
972 LIBERTY ST

Complainant: SHERIFFS, COLUMBIANA 

Officers assisted Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Department with passing on 
information to a male subject at his 
residence. Officers made contact with the 
male subject and the information was 
passed along.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182934
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / N UNION AVE


Traffic Crash Report 
	 
Unit #1: 2014 Jeep SW Compass Grey in 
color 	 	 
Owner/Operator: Jennifer Garrett 129 Apple 
St Salem, Ohio 44460

 	 
Unit #2: 2004 Chevrolet 4s Cavalier Red in 
color 	 	 
Owner/Operator: Stacy Saling 733 E. 5th St 
Salem, Ohio 44460 


Unit #1 was east bound on SR14 (E. State 
St) stopped in traffic for another (unknown 
brown Blazer) making a right hand turn into 
a private drive in front of 1337. Unit #2 was 
also east bound on SR 14 (E. State St) 
behind Unit #1 and failed to stop striking 
Unit # 1 in the rear with it's front.

No injuries reported at time of crash. Unit 
#2 was towed by Davidson's.

Owner/Operator of Unit #2 was cited for 
A.C.D.A. 333.03(A) and given a court date 
of Monday, 0521-18 at 8:30 A.M. for the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182937
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Speak To Officer
193 W EIGHTH ST

Complainant: JONATHAN 
SHELLENBERGER


Officer met with the male complainant in the 
lobby and had him go out side to talk since 
there were others in the lobby.

The male explained that his girlfriend has 
been to this department twice filing police 
reports of harassment about another female 
and she was told there was nothing that 
could be done.

This date a female/grandmother of the 
female harassing his girlfriend started on 
her at the residence calling her names and 
swearing at her.

Officer advised the male to have the 
girlfriend come in and fill out voluntary 
statement on the incident(s) and officer 
would gather them and send them to the 
prosecutor for review to see what they said 
about any charges?

He called the girlfriend on the phone and 
she came to the front of this department 
becoming belligerent saying things about 
this department and officer(s).

This officer attempted to try and calm her 
down advising officer never met her before 
but she advised she wasn't afraid of this 
officer she was from Goshen and they were 
bad out there.

Officer then had her leave the front with out 
getting inside. The male 
complainant/boyfriend pulled her out the 
front and escorted her down the side walk 
while she was still yelling.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182940
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Recovered Bicycle
674 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: ANDREA KINNEY

Officers responded to the above location for 
a recovered bicycle. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who located a bicycle near her 
side door, she stated she's never seen the 
bicycle before. The bike was transported to 
this department for safekeeping.



Ptl. M. Wirkner-916/092



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182942
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SEVENTH ST

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL 


Officer was on routine patrol in car #6 and 
observed a white colored vehicle with it's 
four way flashers on in the northbound lane 
of N. Ellsworth at 7th St.

Vehicle bearing Ohio registration, 
HFW4050. It was found that the vehicle had 
stalled and would not start. Officer pushed 
the vehicle off the roadway westbound on 
W. 7th St so the owner/operator could take 
his time and work on it out of the way of 
traffic.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182943
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
500 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH

Complainant: CASTO, LT 

Reporting officer responded to542 N 
Ellsworth Ave for a parking complainant 
after being advised by the Zoning Office. 

Reporting officer spoke to the owner of the 
vehicles that were observed to be parked in 
the curb lawn area and advised him of the 
City Ordnance prohibiting such parking The 
individual stated that he would move the 
vehicles. Officers then cleared



Lt. David L. Casto/#014



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 82944
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Traffic Crash Report Private Property
Accident Hit / Skip 
890 W STATE ST 


Complainant: MICHAEL GOUGH


Unit #1: PARKED: Ohio No license plate(s) 
(For Sale)
Used Car Lot Vehicle
Owner: Quality Cars, Inc. 890 W. State St. 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: Unknown
Possible: Tractor trailer type vehicle
Delivery vehicle


The owner/complainant called and advised 
that some time this morning a vehicle had 
struck one of his vehicles that was parked 
in the lot.

Unit #1 was parked to the north side of the 
lot in a parking space facing east. Unit #2 
possibly a local delivery truck leaving the 
back area struck the right rear tail light of 
Unit #1 breaking it.

No one witnessed the incident.

A call was made to delivery people that had 
deliveries in that area to see if they would 
check their vehicle(s).

Nothing further at this time.




Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182946
Date: Monday, May 14,2018
Person To Be Removed
186 S HOWARD AVE SALEM

Complainant: TERESA CASSINGER


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and the complainant advised that the naked 
man she found in her bed when arrived 
home had taken off out of the residence 
and went south bound probably to an 
apartment on W. Pershing in the front.

The male was only known as Ron? but she 
advised he had a red shirt on, jeans, and a 
hat.

Officer(s) went to the front of the apartment 
building on W.Pershing and located the 
male in an apartment there visiting a male 
friend of his.

It was found that the roommate of the 
complainant had invited the male subject 
over and into the apartment.

The complainant did not like what she had 
found. Officer advised her that since the 
roommate invited him in (which the 
roommate confirmed) then not much could 
be done at this time.

Officer did advise the male not to go over to 
the apartment again with out the invite of 
the complainant. He advised he understood 
and so did the complainant.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182925
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Check Well Being
400 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY


Complainant: KEISTER, PTL

Officers on patrol were responding to a 
domestic call and reported a truck in the 
400 block of S. Broadway Ave. with a open 
door into traffic and the driver needing 
checked on. Officer arrived in the area 
locating the vehicle with the driver not 
visible, and the door opened in to traffic 
obstructing it and the driver as I approached 
appeared to be slumped over. The driver 
seeing this officer disobeyed orders to stop 
and ran from officer into his residence. 

Officers surrounded the residence and gave 
several commands to the subject to exit to 
which he did not. The girlfriend of the 
subject arrived at the residence and opened 
the door for officers and additional 
commands were given to the subject to 
surrender or a K9 would be used. After 
verbally calling to the subject he answered 
and was taken into custody.

Evidence in plain view was also taken from 
the residence. Officers cleared without 
incident.


Ptl. M. Garber 908/047

Arrested: Joshua E. Killing DOB: 12/09/95 
of 455 S. Broadway Ave. Salem Ohio 
44460
Charge: Obstructing official business (M2), 
Additional charges pending



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Salem Police De~artment #: 20182926
Sunday, May 13,2018
Domestic In Progress
2101 MONROE ST 5 SALEM

Officers responded to the 2100 block of 
Monroe St for a report of a domestic in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officers did see a male 
shouting across the street at a female and 
when officers approached, he became 
aggressive. Due to the male becoming 
aggressive, he was assisted to the ground 
by officers and after fighting with officers he 
was taken into custody. 

Officers gathered additional information 
from the female, took pictures and got a 
written statement. The male was 
transported to the Salem Police Station for 
the booking process and later transported 
to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Tyler James Davis
DOB: 1992
Address 2101 Monroe Ave, Salem Ohio 
44460
Charge: Domestic Violence, Resisting 
Arrest, Obstructing Official Business


Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182927
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Suspicious Person
540 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: ANTHONY CONSTANTINO

Officer responded to 540 E. Pershing St. to 
speak with male complainant, Anthony 
Constantino. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that a 
male juvenile was walking through his yard 
carrying a T.V. and tripped over a dog leash 
in his yard, causing the TV to break. The 
juvenile also claimed his left shoulder hurt. 
Officer spoke with the juvenile who 
confirmed his left shoulder hurt, however he 
denied medical treatment and officer did not 
observe any visible injury. The juvenile 
advised he was walking through the 
complainant's yard to see the complainant's 
son. 

Regards to the TV, the juvenile advised he 
was walking near Waterworth Memorial 
Park and seen the TV alongside the 
roadway and asked the resident if he could 
have it, which they stated he could. Officer 
did observe the TV to be broke. 

Officer gathered identifying information from 
the TV should anybody call and report the 
TV stolen. The male was sent on his way 
with the broken TV and officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182928
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Loud Persons
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 23 SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a report of a loud person 
complaint. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke to the 
complainant and was advised that the other 
party was walking too loudly down the steps 
coming from another apartment building. 
Officers explained to the female that there 
was no criminal activity being committed but 
we would advise the other party to attempt 
to make less noise. Officers did locate and 
talk to the other subjects and they were 
made aware of the situation.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182929
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Person With A Gun
490 E EUCLID ST

Complainant: KAREN PHILLIPS

Officers responded to the 400 blk of E. 
Euclid for a report of a subject with a gun. 
Complainant stated she was advised by her 
juvenile son that prior to returning home, he 
was chased by an unknown subject with a 
gun in the area of Butech parking lot. 
Officers spoke with the juvenile who 
advised the subject was dressed in all black 
but left the area in a vehicle. The juvenile 
could not give a description of the vehicle or 
direction of travel. 

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the subject in question.




Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182930
Sunday, May 13,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM 


Officer responded to the Wal-Mart parking 
lot, Row9 for a report of a two vehicle 
private property accident (Non-Injury). 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with both parties. 
Uni#2 had been backing out of a parking 
space and was struck by unit#1 who was 
also backing out of a parking space 
opposite of unit#2. Officer observed 
damage the passenger side door area of 
unit#2 and minor damage to the driver side 
rear of unit#l. Both parties were advised to 
contact their respective insurance 
companies. 

Both parties were also provided with a 
police report#. Both vehicles were driven 
from the scene and officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182931
Date:Sunday, May 13,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
E PERSHING ST / OHIO AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the area of E Pershing 
St. and Ohio Ave. for a parking complaint. 
Officer located the sole vehicle on the 
roadway and the only violation was the 
vehicle was parked to close to its own 
driveway. Officer took no action and cleared 
without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Monday, May 14, 2018
07:17 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182917
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST SALEM

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer stopped and had an illegally parked 
vehicle removed from the roadway in the 
area of Sharp Ave. and W. Wilson St. 
Officer cleared without incident as the 
subject came out and moved the vehicle as 
officer stopped.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182918
May 13,2018
Graffiti (Spray Paint)
W STATE ST

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL 

While on patrol officers observed graffiti 
under the Cramner Bridge (east side) and 
under the overpass on Pennsylvania Ave by 
the Parkway.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182920
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Animal Complaint
CENTENNIAL PARK SALEM

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officer on patrol in Centennial park a 
juvenile owl on the ground. Appropriate 
animal control was contacted and the 
animal ultimately made its way back to its 
nest. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182921
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Check Well Being
171 W EIGHTH ST SALEM

Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
8th St for a well being check. Upon arrival, 
officers were greeted by the victims son and 
given what information was known. Officers 
gained entry into the residence and did 
locate a deceased body. 

Officers checked the residence and found 
no signs of forced entry. Officers then 
gathered additional information and took 
photographs. KLG and Salem FD did 
respond on scene to remove the body. The 
coroner was contacted and officers cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182922
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Person With A Knife
116 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
East 6th St for a reported medical problem / 
person with a knife. 

On arrival officers located a resident of the 
home with a large cut to his hand. First 
Responders arrived on scene as well as a 
ambulance and the man was transported to 
the ER. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20182924
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Domestic In Progress
572 FRANKLIN AVE

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 between a father and his juvenile's 
daughter. The juveniles mother did arrive on 
scene and took the juvenile to another 
location. Officers advised all involved of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182914
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Accidental Damage
1080 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: CHERRI HUTTON, BELOIT, 
OH 

Officers responded to the 1000 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. for a report of damage to 
property. Officer met with the complainant 
who stated she had found the front door to 
the apartment complex. She stated that 
they found the rest of the glass door in the 
dumpster behind the building. 

Officers took documented the damage done 
and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182911
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION 

Complainant: DONNA

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a a reported drive 
off. Upon arrival, the clerk stated a vehicle 
departed the area without rendering 
payment for $35.45 worth of fuel from pump 
#6. The clerk advised the subject was using 
pay at the pump and she believes it was 
accidental. Clerk stated the vehicle was 
silver in color and departed westbound.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182910
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
584 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ALLYSIN GRIMM

Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
State St. for a verbal dispute in progress. 

Officers arrived on scene and the two 
parties had already separated. Officers 
discovered that the argument was over 
alcohol. The complainant stated that 
nothing physical had occurred and that it 
was only verbal. Officers advised both 
parties to stay separated for the time being 
and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182907
Sunday, May 13,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
E STATE ST / HAWLEY AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the 100 blk of Hawley 
for a report of a disabled vehicle. 

Upon arrival, the driver advised she ran out 
of fuel. Officers were able to push the 
vehicle out of the roadway into a parking lot. 
The female advised she would be returning 
in the morning to get her vehicle.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182905
Date: Sunday, May 13,2018
Person To Be Removed
530 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 500 block of S 
Broadway Ave for a report of persons to be 
removed. Officers arrived and spoke to the 
males who were advised not to return to the 
property that evening.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182904
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Fight
256 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to BB Rooners located 
at 256 E. State St. for a report of a fight in 
progress between four subjects. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
owner of the restaurant who advised that 
the primary instigators had left prior to our 
arrival. Officer spoke with another group 
involved who reported only pushing and 
shoving. They reported no injuries and 
officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith #S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182903
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Fight
530 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM
BAR/NIGHT CLUB


A report of a fight/verbal altercation at an 
establishment in the 500 block of S. 
Broadway was report. 

All Salem Officers were tied up with other 
emergency calls and two officers from the 
Perry Twp. Police Dept. responded and 
handled this call.



Sgt. B. Smith #S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182902
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Intoxicated Person
584 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 500 blk of E. 6th 
St. for a report of an intoxicated person. 
Complainant advised the neighbors were 
having a party and there was yelling coming 
from the residence. 

Upon arrival, officers were advised by the 
son of the homeowner, that his father was 
highly intoxicated and fell in the roadway 
which caused the yelling.

The subject in question did have injuries to 
his head and elbow area. First responders 
arrived on scene and the subject was 
transported to SRMC for medical attention 
by EMT Ambulance.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182901
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1164 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: MIRANDA HALL

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E 
Third St in regards to a domestic dispute 
report. The female complainant advised that 
one of their siblings called them and 
advised that there step father had a 
physical confrontation with the female 
victim. Officers arrived on scene and spoke 
to the female victim who advised that her 
girlfriends step father had hit her and 
choked her over an argument, 

officer did observe injury to this female and 
had Salem Fire and KLG Ambulance 
respond to the scene to evaluate her, the 
female victim later refused any medical 
treatment. 

The male subject fled the area on foot prior 
to officer arrival, officers attempted to locate 
the male but were unable to locate him. 
Officer gave the female victim and two 
witnesses statement forms to fill out. 
Charges on the male subject are pending.



Ptl C Walla 915



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182899
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Menacing / Threats


Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Officer took a report on station in regards to 
a menacing/threats complaint. Officer had 
the complainant fill out a voluntary 
statement form and the incident will be sent 
to the Columbiana County Prosecutor 
Office for review. 



Ptl C Walla 915/091



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182898
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
182 N UNION AVE 4 SALEM

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officers arrested 33 year old male Ashton 
L. Mitchell at 182 N. Union Ave. Apt.# on an 
active warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriff's Dept. for failure to appear 
on a Larceny charge. He was transported to 
the Salem Police Dept. for processing and 
later released to a Deputy with the CCSO 
and transported to the jail. Officer cleared


Arrestee:
Ashton L. Mitchell
DOB: 1984
317 N. Madison Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant - Failure to Appear



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182897
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Suspicious Activity 
182 N UNION AVE 4 SALEM

Officers responded to 182 N. Union Ave. 
(Unknown upstairs apartment) for a report 
of a subject allegedly on the property that 
has been banned from being on the 
property. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with two 
subjects in an upstairs apartment but they 
were found not to be the banned subject. 

Officers attempted contact another upstairs 
apartment door and had negative contact. 
Officers cleared.



Sgt. 6. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182896
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Theft
1078 E THIRD ST

Complainant: VIRGINIA BREDLINGER

Officer responded to 1078 E. Third St. and 
spoke with the female complainant, Virginia 
Brendlinger in reference to a theft of her 12 
year old son's bicycle. Complainant 
reported the bicycle was removed from 
outside of their residence within the past 
few days. A description of the bicycle was 
obtained as well as a possible suspect 
name. Contact was made with the suspect 
a few blocks away in the 800 block of E. 
Third St. He was advised of the complaint 
and in possession of a bicycle. 

The bicycle appeared to be spray painted 
and photos were taken. Officer took photos 
of the bicycle and showed the complainant 
and her son the bicycle and it does not 
appear that it is the stolen bicycle.

Investigation is pending.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182895
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2018
Intoxicated Person
110 W PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: RAYMOND PETERS

Officers responded to the 100 blk of W. 
Pershing for an intoxicated person. 
Complainant advised his girlfriend was 
highly intoxicated and he wanted her to 
leave. The complainant was advised due to 
them living together officers could not make 
her leave. 

Neither party was willing to leave the 
residence. Officers advised them to attempt 
to stay separated for the remainder of the 
night.



Ptl. D. Young



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Sunday, May 13, 2018
10:50 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182880
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Possible Scam
2059 MONROE ST 19

Complainant: RICHARD VOLLNOGLE

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a possible scam. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised he 
received an email requesting money. The 
emall further stated that if the money was 
not sent then contact would be made with 
numerous people on his email list. The 
complainant was advised to not send 
money and to block the subject from 
sending him emails.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182881
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
PEARCE CIRCLE SALEM

Dispatch received a call regarding 
landscape and tree companies blocking the 
entire roadway on Pearce Circle.

Upon officer's arrival there was only a utility 
trailer in one lane. Officer adv them to place 
cones around said trailer, otherwise the 
road was open. 


Banar9O1



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182882
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Criminal Mischief
2195 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: SUSAN PITTMAN

Officers responded to the 2100 block South 
East Blvd. for a criminal mischief report. 
Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant who stated that their vehicle 
had been egged at some point during the 
night. Officer documented the vandalism 
done to the vehicle and gathered the 
complainants information.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182883
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Theft
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 23

Complainant: DANIELLE STEWART

Complainant advised she had an old 
prescription stolen from her apartment 
within the last ten days. She has some 
suspicions on who may have taken it but no 
proof at this time. The script was for 
Adderall and they were in 5-10mg doses, 
about 8-10 pills. A report was requested for 
documentation. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182884
Saturday, May 12,2018
Criminal Mischief
925 S UNION AVE

Complainant: COREY KETCHUM

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of criminal 
mischief. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised an unknown person "egged' his 
vehicle during the previous night.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182887
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Traffic Offense
1439 E THIRD ST


Officer checked the area for kids riding a go 
cart on the city streets. Upon arrival no one 
was in the area. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182888
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Harassment

Complainant: CHELSEA CHADWICK

Officer spoke to a complainant on station in 
regards to possible harassment. The 
complainant stated that their neighbor and 
they have been at odds with each other and 
that the neighbor has been stating vulgar 
remarks toward the complainants person. 
Officers advised that nothing the 
complainant stated was criminal in nature. 

Officers advised that they would attempt to 
make contact with the neighbor in regards 
to the incident.


Ptl. Connolly 919/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182889
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
737 SUMMIT ST SALEM

Complainant: KIMBERLY MONROE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised her 
adult son will not follow her rules and they 
are engaging in verbal disputes. I advised 
the complainant her option of having her 
son legally evicted. The complainant was 
encouraged to call if there are any further 
problems.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182890
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
1985 E PERSHING ST SALEM


Officers were called to the rear parking lot 
where a horn was blowing intermittently all 
day. A Jeep was found and owner 
contacted. Ultimately Salem FD responded 
and disconnected the horn and the problem 
was fixed for now.

Owner to seek repairs. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182892
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Neighbor Dispute
480 E PERRY ST


Officers responded to a neighbor dispute 
regarding a male harassing a female. 
Officers arrived on scene and spoke to the 
subject a gave him a warning to stay away 
from his neighbors. He advised he 
understood and officers cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20182878
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Criminal Mischief
1901 WHINNERY RD SALEM

Complainant: MATTHEW PAULINI

(5/12/2018 08:48:01 By: 180) CALLER 
ADVISED HIS HONDA CRV WAS EGGED 
SOMETIME OVER NIGHT



Officer took a report of vehicles being 
egged in the 1900 blk of Whinnery. A Honda 
CRV and Dodge Caravan were both parked 
on the street and had been egged recently. 
An extra watch was requested in the area. 
Photos taken of each vehicle. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182879
Date: Saturday, May 12,2018
Accident With Injury
500 block of Prospect


Unit #2 1995 Ford Mustang Owner: Betty 
Good


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Prospect for a motor vehicle roll over. 

Officer arrived on scene and assisted 
Salem FD in helping to remove the driver of 
Unit #1 form his vehicle who was entrapped 
inside his vehicle. Salem F1 was able to get 
the driver of Unit #1 out and provided 
medical attention. 

Officer discovered that the Unit #1 was 
traveling East bound on Prospect St. when 
it struck a legally parked vehicle on the 
roadway causing Unit #1 to roll on its side. 
Both Units #2 suffered disabling damage. 
The driver of Unit #1, Paul Suggett , was 
issued a citation for Reasonable Control.

Unit 2 Towed by Kaiser


Cited: Paul Suggett 
29140 Shoemaker Rd. Salem OH, 44460
Reasonable Control - 331.34



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182875
Date: Saturday, May 12, 2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officer spoke with a female subject whom 
came on station to speak with an officer 
regarding an alleged assault that occurred 
in another jurisdiction. She was referred to 
the proper agency to file the report. While 
officer was speak ing with the female she 
had a strong odor of marijuana emanating 
from her person. A search of her back pack 
revealed (5) pills. The female reports she 
got the pills from an unnamed person a few 
days prior. The pills were checked and 
found not to be a controlled substance. The 
female was additionally given contact 
information for the Christina House as well 
as given a card for the Help Hotline Crisis 
Center (2-1-1-) to attempt to gain 
assistance with shelter.

She was picked up by a friend at the police 
dept. and officers cleared.


Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 82872
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
325 W TENTH ST SALEM


Complainant: WILLIAM KORDA


Officer responded to the 300 block of W. 
10th St. for a report of a suspicious red 
Ford truck with a white bed.

Complainant advised the vehicle pulled up 
in front of his house but was no longer 
there. 

Upon arrival, officer did locate the vehicle 
parked illegally on W. 10th St. just west of 
Buckeye Ave. Nobody was inside the 
vehicle, however officer did make contact 
with the owner of the vehicle whom was 
walking across the road towards his vehicle 
upon arrival. The owner was advised of the 
original complaint and also advised of the 
parking violation. The male advised he was 
at his friends residence on W 10th St. 
playing cards. The male also did have an 
odor of alcohol on his breath while speaking 
with him. 

Officer administered a portion of the field 
sobriety test and determined he should not 
operate his vehicle as he stated he was 
getting ready to go home. The male advised 
he could stay at his friends residence on W. 
10th St. I pulled his truck into his friends 
driveway across the road from where he 
was parked. I advised the male not to drive 
the vehicle and cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith #S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182871
Date Friday, May 11,2018
Check Well Being
965 S LUNDY AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 900 block of S 
Lundy Ave in regards to a well being check. 
Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with a resident who advised that the person 
officers were looking for was not at this 
residence. The resident then gave officers 
permission to check the inside of the 
residence for the female, upon checking the 
residence officers did not locate the female 
in question. Officers did locate a suspicious 
object outside in the lawn of the residence. 

Columbiana DTF was then contacted and 
responded to the scene to retrieve the 
suspicious object.



Ptl C Walla 915/091



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182870
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person

Officer spoke to a female on station, who 
advised she was having thoughts of 
causing harm to herself. The female was 
pink slipped and transported to SRMC by 
KLG.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182869
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Traffic Offense
515 PROSPECT ST 

Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 

Officers initiated a traffic stop on Prospect 
St on a vehicle with possible fictitious 
plates. During the traffic stop, officers were 
informed that the driver did not have a valid 
drivers license. 

Officers towed the vehicle, cited the driver 
and set a mandatory court appearance for 
511 81201 8 at 8:30 AM.


Cited: Maricela Santiago Feria
DOB: 1992
Address: 1158 S Lincoln Ave, Salem Ohio 
44460
Charge: Operating a motor vehicle without 
a valid license (4510.12)



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182868
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officer checked a parked vehicle in the 700 
block of E Pershing St. that was occupied. 
Officer spoke with the occupants that 
advised they were waiting on someone 
working an event in the area. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182865 Salem
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Person To Be Removed 
965 S LUNDY AVE SALEM 

Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Officers responded to the 900 block of S 
Lundy Ave for a report of a person to be 
removed from a multiple dwelling residence. 
The complainant was advised that unless 
on their personal property, they could not be 
removed. 

Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182864
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Traffic Offense
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SECOND 
STREET

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
on N. Ellsworth Ave. at E. 2nd St. for an 
equipment violation. The owner / driver was 
also had a suspended drivers license, but 
did show proper proof of driving privileges 
from the court.

During the stop K-9 Simon was deployed 
for an open air sniff around the vehicle. K-9 
Simon alerted to the presence of narcotic 
odor. The search did not result in 
contraband being located. The driver was 
issued a verbal warning for the equipment 
violation. Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith #S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182863
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Traffic Offense 
N HOWARD AVE / W FOURTH ST SALEM


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for an 
equipment violation on W 4th St. at N. 
Howard Ave. During the stop K9 Simon was 
deployed and alerted to the odor of 
narcotics. A search recovered a small 
amount of contraband and nothing else. 

The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the equipment violation and officers cleared 
without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182862
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept
340 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 

Officers stopped to check on a Deputy from 
the Sheriffs Dept. in the 300 block of W 
Pershing. Officers assisted and cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182860
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
1164 E THIRD ST SALEM 

Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 

Officers were in the 11 00 block of E Third 
St when they seen a possible intoxicated 
person from a previous call.

Officers made contact, gathered information 
from the subjects and cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182850
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Accident Private Property
2487 E STATE ST B SALEM
MARCs PARKING LOT


Unit #1 Driver: Austin K. Butler Owner: 
LANCE GRIFFITH 

Unit #2 Parked/Unoccupied Owner: JAMES 
ARBOGAST 



Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only 

Unit #2 was legally parked/unoccupied in 
the lot facing eastbound. Unit #1 attempted 
to pull into the spot directly north of unit #2. 
The front right of unit #1 did strike the left 
rear of unit #2.



Sgt. k. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182849
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
SoLicitor(s)
ADAMS AVE / MAPLE ST SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the area of Adams 
and Maple for a report of persons soliciting. 
On arrival officers located the person in 
question and spoke with him. The man had 
the proper permit from the city to be 
soliciting. Officers advised the man of the 
complain then cleared.


Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182848
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
S ELLSWORTH AVE / FRANKLIN 

Complainant: CASTO, LT 

Officer was dispatched to check an illegally 
parked black Chevy truck at S. Ellsworth 
Ave and Franklin. 

Upon arrival the truck was observed parked 
next to a yellow curb and past a sign 
showing a no parking zone. A parking ticket 
was issued. When officer began to leave 
the owner and some others came outside to 
question the reason of the ticket. They were 
advised of the yellow curb and no parking 
sign. Officer then cleared. 

Upon returning to the station, dispatch 
advised that the male owner came to pay 
the ticket and voiced his dislike about the 
department with vulgarly. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182846
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL

Officer responded to SRMC for a disorderly 
mental patient. Upon arrival the man was 
calmed down and officer stood by until he 
was transported to another facility for 
additional treatment. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182847
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Indecent Exposure
584 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANNA BASLEY

Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
Sixth St. for a report of indecent exposure. 
Officer arrived on scene and made contact 
with the subject described by the 
complainant. Officers advised the subject to 
cease any kind of activity they had been 
involved in to which the subject denied 
taking part. The subject stated that if he had 
done it he would stop. 

Officer then cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 919/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182856
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Neighbor Dispute
366 PENN AVE 4 SALEM

Complainant: SHEILA DELAUDER

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
Penn for a reported neighbor dispute. On 
arrival officer spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that she (and 
others) have been having problems with 
one of the persons who lives in the 
complex. Officers advised the complainant 
of the options for dealing with the situation.

Officers then spoke with man in question. 
Officers advised the man of the complaint 
and that he needed to attempt to get along 
with his neighbors.


Ptl R Keister 056/906 05/11/2018

Officers were again called back to the area 
to speak with the person in question. 
Officers again advised the man that he 
would need to get along with his neighbors. 
Officers further advised the man to contact 
the building manager if he had any further 
questions concerning smoking areas. 
Officers again cleared.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182855
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Suspicious Person
1125 E STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 1100 block 
of E State St for a report of suspicious 
activity. Officers arrived on scene, identified 
the subject and found nothing to be 
suspicious. Officers briefly talked to an 
employee and they also advised us that no 
suspicious activity was taking place. 
Officers then cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182853
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
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 clerk on duty. The 
clerk stated that someone unknown had 
pumped $40.00 in gas into a silver Kia and 
then fled the area without rendering 
payment. 

Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182852
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Fraud


Complainant: JUAN SEBASTIAN

Complainant on station to report an incident 
of fraud. Complainant advised two checks 
addressed to him from the IRS were cashed 
within the city limits by an unknown person. 
The complainant advised the IRS was 
aware and he was informed to report the 
incident to his local agency. All information 
was gathered and will be forwarded to 
Salem Detective Bureau.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182851
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Accident Private Property
1180 W STATE ST SALEM
AUTOZONE AUTO PARTS


Unit #1 Owner/Operator Owner RETTA 
LILLEY 

Unit #2 Owner/Operator Owner TIMOTHY 
SMITH 


Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only 

Unit #2 was parked in the lot facing 
northbound. Unit #1 backed southbound 
from a space and struck unit #2.

Damage was observed to the left rear of 
unit #1 and minor damage to the front of 
unit #2.


Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182854
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1151 E NINTH ST


Unit 1 parked Mazda 6
owner: Amy Eshelman


Unit 2 Dodge Ram
owner/driver: Michael Menough



Unit 1 was parked legally in front of 1156 E 
9th St. Unit 2 backed out his driveway at 
1151 E 9th St, and accidentally backed into 
unit 1. Collision was minor and unit 1 
sustained front left fender damage and unit 
2 did not appear to sustain damage. 

Photos were taken and unit 2 was cited. 



Ptl.Banar901



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www.WesternReserveNews.com

Saturday, May 12, 2018
08:46 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182759
May 8, 2018
TRaffic Crash Report
2229 E. State St


UNIT# 1 HAD BEEN TRAVELING EAST IN 
THE 2200 BLOCK OF ST RT 14 WHEN 
THE DRIVER STOPPED FOR TRAFFIC.

UNIT# 2 HAD ALSO BEEN TRAVELING 
EASTBOUND IN THE 2200 BLOCK OF ST 
RT 14 WHEN THE DRIVER FAILED TO 
STOP FOR TRAFFIC. THIS ACTION 
CAUSED UNIT # 2 TO STRIKE UNIT# 1 
FROM BEHIND.




UNIT# 1 2004 KIA Spectra Blue, Driver: 
EMILY SHELLEY , Owner: PAMELA 
SHELLEY, Salem Oh 

UNIT# 2 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt TAN, 
Driver:Owner: EDWARD VESTAL, 
AUSTINTOWN OH 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182824
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION

Complainant: CHELSEA

Smith Oil advised Police that a vehicle had 
drove off without paying for fuel. The driver 
attempted to use a a credit card for $45. 02 
for of fuel when it did not except it. The 
employee stated the vehicle was a red 
Dodge Charger.




Ptl Osberg #917/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182828
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Police responded to Walmart for a theft 
report. The female subject failed to scan $1 
32 worth of items at the self check out. The 
female was detained. Police transported the 
female to the Police Dept for booking. Once 
completed the female was then transported 
to Columbiana Co jail.



Arrested: Nichole L. Chestnut
D.O.B.: 1993
Address: 848 E. 6th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: ORC 2913.02 Theft



Ptl Osberg #917




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182831
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Animal Complaint
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D


Officer responded to Waterworth Park in 
reference to juveniles taking turtles from the 
water. Officer arrived on scene and made 
contact with both juveniles , who advised 
that they were just catching the turtles and 
then putting them back.

They were advised to leave the turtles in 
the water.



Ptl. S. LaRosa 907



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182833
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Menacing / Threats
530 COLUMBIA ST SALEM 

Complainant: TOMMY EWING

Officers responded to a duplex in the 500 
block of Columbia St. in reference to a 
menacing report. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
complainant, who officers could tell had 
been consuming alcohol. Complainant 
advised that his next door neighbor was 
intoxicated outside and using loud vulgar 
language while talking on the phone. 
Complainant advised that he told the 
subject to cease his actions, when an 
argument broke out which resulted in the 
subject making vague threats to the 
complainant. Complainant advised that he 
was unsure what threatening things were 
said, but wanted officers to speak with the 
subject. 

Officers spoke with the subject and advised 
him not to speak with complainant. He was 
also advised to cease his disorderly 
behavior outside.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182834
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
686 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officers attempted to locate a male subject 
who had an active arrest warrant out of 
Mahoning County at multiple locations in 
the city. Officers had negative contact with 
the subject.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182835
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
E STATE ST / N BROADWAY A

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

Police observed a male acting suspicious in 
the middle of the roadway. Police made 
contact with the male in the 100 block of N. 
Broadway Ave. The male was a juvenile on 
his way home The juvenile was advised to 
stay out of the roadway.



Ptl Osberg #917/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182836 Salem
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
676 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E. Third St. in reference to a burglary 
report. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
complainant who advised that the subject 
had entered his home illegally when he was 
not there. 

During the investigation, officers learned 
that the subject had been living at the 
residence for approximately two months.

Officers also learned that the subject and 
her three children, after having been told to 
get out, left their belongings at the 
residence and went to stay with a friend for 
two days. Officers spoke with the subject 
who advised that she was not served with 
an eviction. Subject admitted to entering the 
complainants residence, but was still living 
there during
the incident. 

Due to the circumstances, officers advised 
complainant that the incident was civil in 
nature. The female subject advised she has 
obtained all her belongings and will not be 
returning to the complainants residence as 
she has moved out.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182838
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Check Well Being
1125 E STATE ST SALEM


Police responded to the parking lot of Circle 
K East to speak to a male subject who 
requested to speak to an officer.

The subject advised officers that he was not 
feeling well and wanted to harm himself. 
First responders and KLG were called to 
the scene. The subject was voluntarily 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182839
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Loud Persons
362 E EIGHTH ST

Complainant: PATRICK DAPOLITO

Officers responded to the 300 block of W. 
Eighth St. in regards to loud persons. 
Officers made contact with the subjects and 
advised them of the complaint. They were 
advised that they were playing music too 
loudly and turned it down. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182840
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Suspicious Person
821 E STATE ST
LIBRARY

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 


On 5/11/2018 officers observed a 
suspicious male subject in the parking lot of 
the library after hours. After speaking with 
said subject he advised that he was waiting 
for his room mate to get home so that he 
can get inside of his house. 

Officers advised him of the hours of 
operation for the library and the subject 
went on his way. Officers then cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182841
Date: Friday, May 11,2018
Barking Dog
711 PROSPECT ST

Complainant: DENNIS HAIGHT

Officer responded to the 700 block of Sharp 
Ave. for a barking dog. Officer was able to 
make contact with the owner of the dog and 
advise them of the complaint. The owner 
advised they were out of town, but would 
contact a family member to take care of the 
issue.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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www.westernreservenews.com

Friday, May 11, 2018
08:40 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182825
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Theft


Complainant: RICHARD MARTIN

Complainant on station to report a incident 
of theft. The complainant advised that over 
the last couple of days someone had taken 
a ern with flowers in it from a family 
members grave. Complainant advised that 
they just wanted the incident documented at 
this time.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182815
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST


Traffic Report

Unit #1: 2009 Chevrolet 4DR Impala Black 
in color
Owner/Operator: Janet Smith 988 Adams 
Salem Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2009 Toyota HB Matrix Grey in 
color
Owner/Operator: Constance Bennett 8964 
Martin Dr. Kirtland, Ohio 44094


Unit #1 was east bound on W. Pershing and 
had stopped at the legally posted stop sign 
at Pershing & Ellsworth. Unit # 2 was north 
bound on S. Ellsworth and had stopped at 
the legally posted stop sign for Ellsworth & 
Pershing. Unit #1 was going east bound 
through the intersection of Pershing & 
Ellsworth when Unit#2 started to go through 
the intersection of Ellsworth & Pershing 
striking Unit #1 in the right rear quarter and 
wheel with its front.

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




Ptl. French



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182816
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Audible Alarm
750 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NlGHT CLUB


Complainant: TYCO INTEGRATED, 
SYSTEM 

Officer responded to the above location and 
found an employee on site. The employee 
checked the door in question and along with 
others finding nothing wrong She advised 
there was an alarm there earlier in the 
morning also She will make contact with the 
alarm company and see if they can find the 
problem. The alarm company never called 
her there
 


Ptl French




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182817
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
866 E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: RENEE HELMICK

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damage Officers spoke 
with the complainant who stated that 
sometime overnight an unknown subjects) 
damaged their flower bush inthe back of 
their residence. The complainant asked for 
an extra watch in the area



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182818
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a vehicle illegdly parked. Officers located 
the driver of the vehicle and the vehicle was 
moved


Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182819
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
146 S BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an illegally parked vehicle. 
Officers located the driver of the vehicle and 
the vehicle was moved



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182820
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Possible Scam 
490 E EUCLID ST


Complainant: MICHAEL TYSON

Officers spoke with a complainant who 
stated they received five FedEx envelopes 
with different names on the envelopes but 
with the same address as the complainant 
The complainant open the envelopes before 
realizing the names weren't theirs, five 
credit cards were found in the envelopes 
Officers contacted and advised the card 
lender of possible fraud.


 The credit cards were destroyed




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182821
Date: Thursday, May 10,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
DEPARTMENT/DISCOUNT STORE

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Arrested : Jennifer N. Fridley 771 E. 3rd St 
Salem, Ohio 44460
D.O.B. 1985
Charge: Theft 2913.02(A)(1)


Officer responded to the abovelocation and 
met with the complainant and her 
supervisor who advised that the above 
defendant one, Jennifer N. Fridley was 
observed at the self check out area failing 
to scan items/ merchandise she had.

Officer received the paper work from the 
complainant along with the total $90.63 
which was not paid for and a receipt for a 
total of $15.70 which was paid for.

Officer was shown the video of the 
defendant placing some items 
/merchandise into a bag with out scanning 
them and then some items'merchandise 
was scanned

The above listed defendant was brought 
into this department and processed then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182790
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018


Complainant: MELISSA WOLFORD

A female came to the station regards a 
possible scam The complainant stated she 
had recieved a check in agreement from 
another party that wanted a copy of her 
deposit slip. The complainant was advised 
of the precausions and risks involved



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182791
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Theft
1200 E SIXTH ST A SALEM

Complainant: MILLER, PTL

While a the school a male student advised 
that overnight someone had entered his 
truck and stolen the schools Chromebook 
out of his truck. He also advised that his 
backpack, $5 in change and a Garmin GPS 
was also taken from his truck.


PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182792
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM


Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 0

Police responded to the 1900 block of E. 
State St for an investigation K9 unit 
responded and conducted an open air sniff 
of the vehicle. Positive K9 indication on the 
vehicle and a concent search was 
conducted While searching the vehicle 
Police found a small amount of marijuana 
residue in the vehicle.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182793
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Possible Scam
231 S BROADWAY AVE


Complainant: Alexandria Black,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408 

Complainant on station reference a possible 
scam. After a brief conversation with the 
complainant, this officer found that 
someone on Facebook was trying to scam 
her into buying gift cards for them. she was 
advised to block the person and not send 
any gift cards



PTL Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182795
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1150 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Police responded to the 1100 block of 
Pennsylvania Ave for a suspicious vehicle. 
Police made contact with the subject sitting 
off the roadway. The subject was a 
technician working on a cell phone tower in 
the area. The subject advised he would be 
in other areas around the tower during the 
evening



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182796
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Speak To Officer
738 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: EVELYN MASTERS

Officer responded to the 700 block of W 
Pershing St in reference to a speak to 
officer report. Complainant advised that her 
neighbor had installed a tire swing on a tree 
branch on his property but when his 
children use it they swing over onto her 
property. Complainant advised that she is 
worried about getting sued if her neighbor's 
children get injured on her property. 

Complainant was referred to speak withthe 
Planning and Zoning Department for better 
information on property line issues



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182797
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
2955 E STATE ST A


Complainant: THOMAS BARRETT

Police responded to the2900 block of E. 
State St for a juvenile problem The 
complainant stated a small juvenile was 
playing unattended in the middle of the 
parking lot. Upon arrival Police searched 
the area and were unable to locate the 
juvenile.



Ptl Osberg#917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182799
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Check Up / Unit Assist
500 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 


Officer on patrol stopped to check on a 
Columbiana County Deputy Sheriff Deputy 
who was serving papers in 500 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. Officer cleared shortly after.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182800
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Civil Matter
1590 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: CHERI BURKE

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant from 
the 1500 block of Southeast Blvd

The complainant advised officer that she 
put her adult son on her phone plan and he 
wont give the phone back to her.

Officer advised the complainant that since 
she gave her son the phone the matter is 
civil.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182801
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Intoxicated Person
E STATE ST / OHIO AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Officer was flagged down by a female who 
advised a male subject appeared 
intoxicated in the area of E. State Street 
near Ohio Avenue. Officer was advised that 
the male was wearing a back pack and had 
a ball cap on. Officer responded to the area, 
but no subjects were found walking in the 
area.


Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182802
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Traffic Offense

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a male subject on 
a bicycle in the parking lot of the police 
department. During the investigation, a 
consent search of the subject's backpack 
was conducted, due to the subject's 
demeanor. Nothing illegal was located, but 
the subject was given a warning for riding 
his bicycle on the right side of the roadway. 

Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182804
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Intoxicated Person
849 E THIRD ST


Police responded to the 800 block of E. 
Third St. for an intoxicated male who fell. 
Officers located the male, who was near his 
residence. The male did have a head injury. 

First responders and EMT were called to 
the scene. The male subject signed a 
refusal of treatment and returned to his 
residence.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182805
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Debris In Roadway
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD STREET


Police responded to the intersection of E. 
3rd St. and N. Lincoln Ave. for debris in the 
roadway. 

Police removed a pillow from the roadway 
then cleared.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182808
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Assist Perry Police
700 B LOCK OF W STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: PD, Perry Twp 

Officer was requested by Perry Township 
PD on a traffic stop and wanted a Kg. K9 
Argo was deployed on the vehicle and 
indicated to the presence of narcotics 
coming from it. A search of the vehicle 
turned up small amounts of marijuana 
shake. The driver was cited for DUS and 
released.



Ptl LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182809
Date. Wednesday, May 9,2018
Domestic In Progress
2557 LEXINGTON AVE 28

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

Officers were dispatched to the 2500 block 
of Lexington Avenue for a domestic in 
progress. Officers were advised that a 
female was screaming and crying. Officers 
responded and attempted contact at the 
residence in question and there was no 
answer at the door. The lights were off 
inside the apartment and there were no 
visible signs of a disturbance. 

Officers left a message on the door to the 
residence as to why police were present.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182810
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
BBE / Burglary Reported 
177 W THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: MARGARET GRAYBEAL

Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of 
W. Third Street for a report of a possible 
breaking and entering. Officer responded 
and spoke with the complainant who 
advised that she had been away from home 
all afternoon and when she returned home 
she found little pieces of paper torn up In 
her kitchen area. The complainant also 
advised that cash was missing from a 
kitchen cupboard. The complainant advised 
that she believes she knows who was In her 
house and provided information. 

There were no signs of forced entry to the 
residence. Officer advised the complainant 
that a report would be completed.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182811
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
408 OHIO AVE SALEM

Complainant: HEATHER DOWNS

Officer met with a female complainant on 
station who advised she wished to file a 
phone harassment complaint. The 
complainant, who resides in the 400 block 
of Ohio Avenue, advised she is receiving 
unwanted calls from a known male subject. 

The male subject called the complainant 
while on station and she advised the 
subject to stop calling her and not contact 
her any more. Officer attempted to contact 
the male subject from the police department 
and voicemail was left for him to call the 
police department.



Ptl. C. Crider 910




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Salem Police Department
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Suspicious Activity
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: MILLER, PTL

On 5/9/2018 officers were in the area of 
Memorial Park and observed a male subject 
in the park after hours.

Officers then went out with said subject and 
advised him of park hours. After 
investigation officers determined nothing 
criminal was taking place other than 
trespassing after hours. Officers warned 
said subject not to enter the park again after 
hours and then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918-098)



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Thursday, May 10, 2018
09:17 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182737
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
253 W TENTH ST


Unit #1 Driver: MELISSA BRINK, Owner 
TURNING POINT RESIDENTIAL 

Unit #2 (Parked) Owner ANGELA 
COCHRAN


Unit #1 a blue Dodge Caravan, was 
traveling east on W 10th St. in the 200 
block when it struck Unit #2 legally parked 
car, a Grey ford Focus on the south side of 
the roadway. Unit #1 reported reaching for a 
fallen item on the floor before striking Unit 
#2. Unit #1 is at fault and was cited for 
failing to maintain reasonable control.



Ptl. M. Garber 908



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182759
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2229 E STATE ST SALEM
RITE AID PHARMACY & STORE


Officer(s) responded to the 2200 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle 
accident Unit # 1 had been traveling 
eastbound in the 2200 block of East State 
St when the driver stopped for traffic. Unit # 
2 had also been traveling eastbound in the 
2200 block of East State St when the driver 
failed to stop for traffic. This action caused 
unit # 2 to strike unit # 1 from behind 

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



Unit # 1 / owner / Pamela Shelley
driver /  (JUVENILE)
vehicle / 2004 Kia


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Edward Vestal
vehicle / 2007 Chevy



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182760
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Domestic In Progress
860 JENNINGS AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Jennings Ave for a report of a domestic in 
progress. Upon arrival, officers were made 
aware by both parties that they had gotten 
into a physical and verbal confrontation. 
Witnesses did confirm that it was both 
parties who were involved in the fighting. 
Witnesses also filled out a voluntary 
statement form explaining what occurred 
during the incident. 

Officer took pictures and were also made 
aware that both parties wished to pursue 
charges. Officers arrested two females and 
transported them to the Columbiana County 
Jail.



Arrested: Patti Kay Colon
DOB: 1972
Address: 36254 Longs Crossing Rd, 
Leetonia OH 44431
Charge: Assault


Arrested: Diane  Bingham
DOB: 1971
Address: 880 Jennings Ave, Salem OH 
44460
Charge: Assault




Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182762
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Civil Matter
156 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: BRIGETTE GREY

Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Madison Ave for a civil matter. The 
complainant advised she was selling a 
vehicle and the male subject failed to 
render the rest of the payment they agreed 
upon. 

I advised her that she would need to take 
the matter up through civil court due to it not 
being a criminal matter.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182764
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
291 N MADISON AVE SALEM

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

While on patrol in the area of the 200 blk of 
N. Madison, officer observed a subject with 
a known active warrant enter a residence. 
CCSO was contacted and did responded. 
Contact was made and the subject was 
taken into custody by CCSO.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182765
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Accidental Damage
175 W STATE ST


Officer responded to the 100 block of W 
State St for an accidental damage report. A 
truck parked in Speedway parking lot had 
went out of gear and started rolling through 
the parking lot. The vehicle continued 
across the street at S Howard and struck a 
building in the 200 block of W State St. 

Pictures were taken of the damage done to 
the vehicle and the building. The fire 
department was called to the scene to 
assess the structural damage of the 
building and advised that it was ok to 
continue operation. Insurance information 
was collected from the vehicle owner and 
the business owner.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182766
Date Tuesday, May 8,2018
Suspicious Person
NEWGARDEN AVE / PROSPECT 

Complainant: NORFOLK, SOUTHERN 

Officer responded to the railroad tracks at 
NewGarden Ave near Prospect St for a 
male subject walking down the tracks. 

Officers checked the tracks but was unable 
to locate anyone.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182768
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Dog Bite
836 AETNA ST


Complainant: JESSICA NUTTER

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of a dog bite 
that occurred inside the city. The 
complainant advised she was at her 
residence in the 800 block of Aetna St, 
walking down her driveway. She stated that 
the neighbor's dog was on a very long leash 
and had run over to her and bit her several 
times in the leg. 

The complainant did not sustain any serious 
injuries but did have several scratches on 
her leg. She stated that the owners did not 
seem concerned about the matter and 
wanted the incident reported. 

The owner of the dog contacted the police 
department and he was advised he needed 
to quarantine the dog. The owner was also 
advised that he needed to speak with the 
dog warden about obtaining a dog license 
as well. 

The incident is being passed to the 
Columbiana County Health Commission 
and Dog Warden.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182770
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Suspicious Activity
284 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: SCOTT RUDDER, SAINT 
CLAlR AVE 2D EAST LIVERPOOL, OH 

Officers responded to the 200 block of E 
Fourth St for a complaint of suspicious 
activity. Officers arrived, spoke with the 
complainant who advised that a suspicious 
male has been walking around his property 
and does not want him coming back. 

Officers attempted to make contact with the 
other parties involved but were unable to 
locate them. Officers then cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 82771
Date:  Tuesday, May 8,2018
Barking Dog
821 E FOURTH ST SALEM


Officer responded to the 800 blk of E. 4th 
St. for a report of a barking dog. Upon 
arrival, officer made contact with the owner 
who was made aware of the issue. The dog 
was brought inside prior to officer leaving.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182775
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Obstructed Roadway
N UNION AVE / E TENTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a tire in the roadway, Officers 
located and removed the tire.



Ptl. M.Wirkner916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182777
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1920 MAPLE ST A SALEM


Officers responded to the above location for 
a verbal dispute between two family 
members involving the best care for their 
grandmother. Officers advised both parties 
to be civil about the matter and best to 
follow the doctors medical plans for their 
grandmother.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182778
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Assist Other Agency
SALEM HOSP ER ENTRY
HOSPITAL

Complainant: SALEM ER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male subject running from 
hospital staff and EMT drivers out of the 
hospital and heading westbound on State 
Street Officers checked the area but were 
unable to locate the subject.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182781
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Domestic In Progress
1164 E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a verbal domestic in progress. 
Officer spoke with a female subject who 
stated that her and her boyfriend goten into 
an argument over personal issues She 
stated nothing was physical, the male 
subject left prior to Officers arrival. The 
female subject said her sister was coming 
over to pick her up for the day.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182783
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Lines Down (Not in Roadway)
279 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a cable line hanging from the 
residence. It appeared to have become 
detached from the residence but still 
attached to the house going into an up 
stairs window.

Officer talked with a neighbor who advised 
the person who resides there works in 
Lisbon and if he sees her later this evening 
he will tell her.

The neighbor advised that the resident 
usually parks towards the rear of the 
residence udwest of the residence) the alley 
a ways.

Unknown who resides there at time of 
report

Officer left a red tag note on the door into 
the residence advising of the complaint 
number and what the complaint was about.



Ptl. French




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182784
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Ambulance Needed
1200 E SIXTH ST A

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

While performing my school duties. This 
officer observed a student having a issue 
and that the First Responder and KLG was 
contacted and the student was transported 
to the Salem ER. by KLG.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182785
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Domestic In Progress
1995 E STATE ST B


Complainant: ER NURSE, HOLLY

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the female in a room there 
who was with her 1 year old daughter she 
brought there for being sick from Lisbon 
where they reside.

The father arrived and was unhappy about 
the situation and took the female/mothers 
phone and threw it against the wall breaking 
it. He then left with their 10 year old son 
which the mother advised she allowed 
because the son wanted to go with his 
father.

They left in a white Ford F150 4 door truck.

The female wanted to file a restraining 
order which officer advised her on the 
procedures to follow.

No physical violence with the exception of 
the phone

The female advised she has never had to 
call the police but this time he would not 
leave the hospital room so the hospital 
called after Which he left prior to officer(s) 
arrival.




Ptl. French



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182786
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: IRENE MARPLE

Officers spoke with the complainant at the 
above location about receiving a disturbing 
message on her phone and just wanted it 
documented. Officers advised her to 
contact her phone carrier and blocking the 
number.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182787
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
633 E PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL 

Officer was on routine patrol in car #6 when 
a R&L tractor trailer stopped west bound on 
E Pershing by the IHC blocking the road 
way.

Officer stopped and talked with the driver 
who advised he was making a local delivery 
on SLundy and was only stopping long 
enough to check where the load was in the 
back so he could get to it when he stopped 
to drop it off.

Officer advised the driver of the need not to 
block the road especially at this time of the 
day (noon). He advised he understood and 
would only be a minute Officer cleared.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182789
Date: Wednesday, May 9,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
S LINCOLN 1200 BLOCK SALEM 
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: WIRKNER, PTL

Officers responded to the above location for 
a suspicious vehicle. Officers located the 
vehicle and the two subjects who were 
standing outside the vehicle Both subjects 
were told of the complaint After a brief 
investigation Officers were informed both 
subjects had suspended licenses 

The male subject called a friend to come 
and drive the car from the park. Officers 
checked the friend who arrived and he was 
valid and drove the vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Wednesday, May 09, 2018
09:40 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182757
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Accident Private Property
1200 E SIXTH ST A


Private property accident

Officer(s) responded to the rear lot of the 
Salem High School for a reported two 
vehicle accident on private property.

Unit # 1 had been traveling east through the 
parking lot when it was struck by unit# 2. 
Unit # 2 had been traveling north through 
the parking lot when it drove into the path of 
unit # 1. There were no reported injuries 
and no citations were issued 

The driver of unit # 2 stated that her vehicle 
was having brake problems so it was legaly 
parked at the scene Unit # 1 was driven 
from the lot.



Unit # 1 / owner / Richard Zepernick
driver / Jessica Zepernick
vehicle 12015 Chevy



Unit # 2 / owner / Jon Crosby
driver /  (JUVENILE)
vehicle / 2003 GMC



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182756
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Suspicious Person

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a suspicious person. 
Upon arrival, polling both workers explained 
the male was in violation of polling station 
guidelines by standing within 100 feet of the 
station.

Contact was made with the male and he 
was informed of the polling station 
guidelines. The male agreed to abide by the 
guidelines.



Sgt. K. Toy 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182752 Salem
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Complaint / Violation
327 FAIR AVE 1/2 SALEM

Complainant: REX CURTIS

Officer spoke to complainant via telephone 
in regards to a parking complaint. The 
complainant advised that his neighbors 
were parking in front of his residence and 
that he did not have anywhere to park, it 
was found that the vehicles were parked 
legally. Officer advised the complainant of 
the state parking laws and advised the 
complainant of his options for dealing with 
the situation.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182753
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Dispute Report 
184 JENNINGS AVE 1 SALEM


Officers responded to the 100 blk of 
Jennings for a possible domestic. Upon 
arrival, officer spoke with both subjects 
involved who advised they got into a verbal 
argument over relationship issues. Both 
advised nothing physical occurred. 

The female half advised she would leave 
the residence once a cab company arrived. 
The male half was okay with her staying at 
the residence until a cab arrived.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 82754
Date: Tuesday, May 8,2018
Speak To Officer
1170 E STATE ST

Complainant: GEORGE THOMAS

Officer(s) responded to the 11 00 block of 
East State St for a reported speak with 
officer. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
he had some concerns about the neighbors 
behind him possible shooting bb / pellet 
guns. 

Officers responded to the residence in 
question on Cleveland St and attempted to 
speak with the occupants. Officer's were 
unable to speak with anyone at the 
residence and left a red notice to call the 
station. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 


Officer's were able to speak with the 
resident in question later in the day and he 
was advised of the complaint.




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182733
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
940 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle being 
operated in the 900 block of E 6th St. by a 
subject known to be under suspension 

Officer initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle 
and during the course of the stop suspected 
narcotics were located in plain view. Officer 
placed the driver under arrested transported 
him on station and after he was processed 
to the County Jail The vehicle was left on 
scene with a licensed driver to remove and 
officers cleared without incident


Ptl. M. Garber 908



Arrested: Cletis R. Monroy DOB:1983 of 
150 Brooklyn Ave. Salem
Charges: Drug Paraphernalia and DUS



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182734
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1100 BLOCK OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Complainant: BANAR, PTL D 

Officer was advised of a suspicious person 
and vehicle on Pennsylvania Ave. The 
vehicle may have been a Chrysler 500 dark 
blue or gray in color, chrome wheels. A 
white male drove it to the area and left and 
returned four times within a short period of 
time. There is no lawful reason for a 
vehicleto be here at this location. They were 
advised to call PD if the car returned

Extra watch between 0800-0900 hrs (am)


PTL BANAR



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182736
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
965 S LUNDY AVE SALEM

Complainant: GARBER, PTL


Officers responded to a parking 
complaint/unknown problem in the 900 
block of S. Lundy Ave. Officers after arriving 
found the subjects in the vehicle were 
acting in a suspicious manner. The driver 
did not have a valid drivers license and the 
vehicle had obvious signs of being stolen. 

K9 Simon was deployed and indicated to 
the presence of narcotic odor on a free air 
sniff of the vehicle.

The subjects that left the vehicle had came 
back outside and one ran away back in to 
the known drug location. The subject that 
ran away had an active arrest warrant out of 
Columbiana County and was located hiding 
in the residence. A search recovered drug 
paraphernalia, needles and suspected 
narcotics from the vehicle. All occupants of 
the vehicle were arrested, transported to 
the County Jail and are awaiting their 
charges to be clerked.

A CCSO Deputy responded to the Salem 
PD to pick up the subject on the 
outstanding warrant. Additional charges 
pending laboratory results


Ptl. M. Garber 908



Arrested: Eric J. Whisel DOB 1994 of LKA: 
2814 10th St. NW Canton, OH
Charge: Warrant arrest, theft

Arrested: William J. Ayers DOB: 1983 of 52 
5th St. NE Massillon Oh
Charge: Drug Paraphernalia, DUS

Arrested: Jessie L. Barr DOB: 1980 of 108 
10th St. SW Massillon Oh
Charge: Drug Paraphernalia

Arrested: Donna N. Wise-Harrold 
DOB:1991 3rd St. NW Canton Oh
Charge: Possession of drug abuse 
instruments



Ptl. M. Garber #908




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182738
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Civil Matter
965 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: KYLEE CROWL

Officers responded to the 900 block of 
South Lundy Ave for a complaint about a 
civil matter. Officers arrived, talked to the 
complainants and were advised that they 
were refused by the home owner to get 
their property out of the house. 

Officers explained to the complainant how 
to resolve the problem and that this was a 
civil matter issue.



Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182740
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Identity Theft
2374 KENNEDY DR

Complainant: KATHY LEGUARD

Officer spoke with a caller reference a 
possible identity fraud. She advised that a 
letter was sent to her by a bank that issued 
her a new Visa credit card. She also 
received a letter for an address change to 
Miramar, FL, from her current Ohio address 
and all further credit card mail would be 
sent to Florida. 

Complainant was concerned that her 
identity had been used to open a fraudulent 
account in her name without her knowledge 
or authorization.

Officer was able to contact the bank via the 
eight hundred number provided by the 
complainant. It was confirmed that the bank 
had recently opened a new Visa in her 
name. I advised the bank that it was 
opened illegally and that a police report was 
filed by the "new card holder / complainant 
". The employee / representative advised 
me to have the complainant call him and 
they would make sure it would be taken 
care of. 

I called the complainant back and advised 
her what I learned and that a local police 
report would be filed regarding this identity 
fraud should she need it. She was also to 
contact her own bank and place an extra 
watch on her accounts and credit. 


Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182742
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Suspicious Person 
E SCHOOL ST / E EIGHTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the area of E. School 
and E 8th St for a suspicious person report. 
Complainant advised there was a male in 
the area who was believed to be involved in 
an altercation last week. Complainant was 
unsure why he was back in the area. 
Officers made contact with a male matching 
the description, who advised he lived in the 
area and was not involved in any incident 
today or within the past week. Subject also 
advised he was not involved in any incident 
with his neighbors. 

Officers did advise the subject to keep to 
himself and if there was any further issue 
contact this department.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182743
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
943 W WILSON ST C SALEM

Complainant: John Walsh

Officer responded to the 900 block of W 
Wilson St for a juvenile problem. The 
complainant advised that a juvenile 
neighbor was ringing his doorbell and 
running away. They asked the juvenile to 
stop but he continued to ring the doorbell or 
knock. The juvenile continued to run from 
officers and an older sibling took officers to 
the residence. 

Two adult male subjects were inside the 
home but did not speak English. Pastor Eric 
was called to the scene to help translate. 
After several attempts, contact was finally 
made with the juvenile's mother who stated 
she was almost home. The mother was 
advised that she needed someone 
competent to watch her children and that 
children services would be contacted.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182744
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Speak To Officer
992 LIBERTY ST SALEM

Complainant: LARRY HENSLEY

Officers were dispatched to the area of 900 
Liberty Street because the complainant 
wanted to speak to an officer.

The complainant advised that a male 
subject had walked onto her property but 
left when told to do so. She didn't want him 
returning on her property and was advised 
that the male could possibly face a criminal 
trespass charge if he returns and does not 
leave.



Ptl DeRose



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182745
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Protection Order Violation
375 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: BRADLEY ROSZLER

Officers responded to the 300 blk of E. 5th 
St and spoke with the complainant in 
regards to a protection order.

Complainant advised that the mother of his 
child has a protection order against him and 
he violated it by respondins to her text. After 
checking with dispatch along with county 
dispatch, it was found that there was no 
longer an active protection order against 
him. Complainant was also advised of the 
steps he needed to take to try to gain 
custody of his child.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182747 
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Traffic Offense 
187 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM 

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
on E. Pershing St. across from the Salem 
Police Dept. after officer observed a male 
subject driving a red Ford F-I 50 that had a 
suspended drivers license. During the stop, 
officers conducted a consent search of the 
vehicle. The driver, 41 year old Jamie A. 
Risbeck was issued a traffic citation for 
Driving Under a Child Support Suspension. 
He was given a mandatory court date of 
Friday May 11th, 2018 at 08:30 a.m. 
Officers cleared.



CITED:
Jamie A. Risbeck
DOB: 1976
510 Walnut St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension



Sgt. B. Smith S8



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182748
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Menacing By Stalking 
339 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

Complainant: ASHLEY BOLEY

Officers were dispatched to the Salem 
Police Station for a menacing by stalking 
report. Officers were advised by the 
complainant that an unknown male was 
following them and fled in a truck. Officers 
notified the complainant that if any problem 
occurs to call back and the problem will be 
addressed.




Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182749
Date: Monday, May 7,2018 
Traffic Offense
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST SALEM

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for an equipment violation. 
During the stop the driver did give consent 
to search the vehicle. The driver was given 
a verbal warning for the offense.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182750
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
N UNION AVE / E NINTH ST

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for a traffic violation in the 
800 block of N Union. 

During the stop the K9 officer did respond 
with K9 Simon for an open air sniff of the 
vehicle. K9 Simon did indicate to the 
presence of narcotic odor. A probable cause 
search did yield drug paraphernalia inside 
the vehicle. The female driver was taken 
into custody for Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia.

The female was taken to the Salem Police 
Department and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.

Evidence seized will be sent to BCI for 
further testing.



Arrested: Samantha Morgan
DOB: 1993
Address: 711 E 5th St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182741
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E PERSHING ST / S MADISON AVE


Unit#1 Driver: Tina Mull  Owner: WILLIAM 
MULL 

Unit#2 Driver: Cooper Stockman  Owner: 
JEFFREY STOCKMAN 


Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Pershing and South Madison for a report of 
a non-injury vehicle crash.

Officers gathered personal information, took 
pictures, and found unit #1 was traveling 
westbound while unit #2 was traveling 
southbound. Unit #2 had failed to yield to a 
stop sign causing collision with unit #1. 

The driver of Unit #2 was issued a citation 
and officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. V. DeRose #920



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Tuesday, May 08, 2018
07:59 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182730
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Forgery
2094 E STATE ST B

Complainant: THOMISHA BARTON,  
ADMORE DR KENT

Officers responded to the 2000 block of E. 
State St. for a report of Fraud Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that 
the subject had forged her name on a 
doctors excuse for work. The complainant 
stated that they just wanted the incident 
documented



Ptl. Connolly 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182731
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
911 Hang-up Call
465 PENN AVE SALEM 

Complainant: CUTRIGHT, DISPATCHER 

(5/7/2018 11:59:44 By: 121) OPEN LINE - 
NOT HANG UP

Dispatch received a 91 1 call - open line via 
cell phone in the area directly across the 
street from 465 Penn Ave.

Officers checked with the resident on S 
Lincoln ( 469 S Lincoln, residence across 
from the original call) with no problems 
found or reported by the male resident there 
Officers did not see or hear any problem 
while in the area



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182732
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Audible Alarm
423 S LUNDY AVE A
PARKING LOT

Complainant: ON STAR, EMERGENCY 

Officers were dispatched to an unknown 
problem call in the Sparkle Market lot on 
SLundy. A white Chevy Spark had some 
type of alarm going off. Upon arrival the 
vehicle was found and driver/owner came 
outside and stated he had pushed a button 
accidentally 

This appeared to be an onstar button who 
in turn called the PD 

Officers cleared without further incident 
Owner was advised to contact the dealer to 
explain the details on the car. 



Banar901



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20182717
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
1182 ORCHARD BEND DR

Complainant: RENEE HARRIS

Officer was dispatched to the 1100 block of 
Orchard Bend Dr in reference to a loud 
music complaint. Officer made contact with 
the subject from where the music was 
observed and advised her of the complaint. 
The music was turned down and officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182718
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018 
Reckless Operator
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer was flagged down inside Centennial 
Park and advised of two Dodge Ram trucks 
that were being recklessly operated inside 
the park. It was reported that the trucks 
were peeling tires and racing in the area 
with children around. Officer checked the 
area, but the vehicles had already left.



Ptl. Cochran 912




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182719
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
488 E PERRY ST SALEM

Complainant: Matthew Shamp

Officer responded to the 400 block of E. 
Perry St. for a parking complaint. The 
complainant advised officer that he shared 
a driveway with his neighbor and they 
refused to move their vehicle to let him out. 
Officer spoke to the other party involved 
and had them move the vehicle.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182720
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Loud Persons
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E FIFTH SALEM

Complainant: LANA BILLITER

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave in reference to a loud 
persons report. Complainant advised that 
she had heard a female scream in the area. 
Upon arrival, officers checked the area, but 
did not observe anyone screaming. 
Complainant called back a few minutes 
later to advise that it was a child and she 
had stopped screaming. 

Officers observed children playing in the 
area with their parents.




Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182721
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
650 E STATE ST SALEM 

Complainant: MELISSA BRINK

Officers responded to the above area in 
reference to an unknown problem. 
Complainant advised that she observed two 
Hispanic males walking in the above area 
and one appeared to have been assaulted 
because he had injury to his face. 

Officers checked the surrounding area, but 
were unable to locate any males matching 
the description.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20182722
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
965 S LUNDY AVE SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officers responded to the above address in 
search of a male who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office. Officers knocked on the 
door for several minutes, but had negative 
contact with the subject.

Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182723
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
686 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM

Complainant: GOSHEN TWNSHIP, PD 

Goshen Township Police Department 
advised of a male who lives in the 600 block 
of Franklin Ave that had an active arrest 
warrant out their office and requested 
officers to attempt to locate him. Officers 
responded to the residence in search of the 
subject, but he was not home. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182725
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
1892 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: MILLER, PTL D

On 5/7/2018 officers conducted a traffic 
stop on a vehicle that failed to turn its head 
lights on after dark. Officers then conducted 
a traffic stop on the vehicle bearing 
OH:HFB7557 belonging to a David Edgell. 
Edgell was stopped in the 1900 block of E 
State Street. Upon approach of the vehicle 
officers spoke with Edgell and advised him 
for the reason of the stop.

While speaking with Edgell officers could 
smell the odor of marijuana coming from the 
vehicle. Officers then did a search of the 
vehicle and found drug paraphernalia in the 
vehicle. Edgell was then cited for Marijuana 
Drug Paraphernalia ORD: 513.121 and was 
then released after his court date was 
explained to him. Officers then cleared 
without incident to another call.

-Ptl. D Miller (918)

Cited: David Edgell
DOB: 1999
Charge: ORD 513.121 (Marijuana Drug 
Paraphernalia)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182726
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Check Well Being
584 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: THOMAS EBERLING

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Sixth St for a check well being report. 
Complainant wanted officers to check the 
well being of his estranged wife, who had 
recently been released from the hospital for 
an attempted suicide incident. 

Officers knocked on the door for several 
minutes, but had negative contact with the 
subject. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182727
Date: Monday, May 7,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
965 S LUNDY AVE

Police responded to the 900 block of S. 
Lundy Ave. to check for a male subject who 
had an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. Police were able to locate the 
subject and place him in custody. The 
subject was transported to the Salem Police 
Department and later released to the 
Columbiana County SO.


Arrested: Samson A. Crowl
DOB: 1984
Offense: Warrant (FTA Child Neglect)



Ptl. J.Brooks/914



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Monday, May 07, 2018
08:11 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182714
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Theft
2203 E STATE ST
GAS STATION



Complainant: JACOB HILLYER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a theft. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated that an unknown 
male driving a yellow four door vehicle 
walked into the store and took a quart of oil 
off the shelf, put the item under his coat 
then walked out of the store without paying 
for it. He got into his vehicle and left.



Ptl. M. Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182713
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Medical Problem / Assist 
496 E STATE ST SALEM


On 5/6/2018 officers responded to the 400 
block of E State Street in regards to an 
unconscious male subject. 

Upon arrival officers stood by with the 
subject and attempted to wake him up with 
negative results. FD and emergency 
services then arrived on scene and 
evaluated the subject. EMT services 
determined that the male subject was going 
to be transported to the hospital. Officers 
followed EMT staff to the hospital due to the 
subject being slightly aggressive. 

Upon arrival at the hospital officers stood by 
with hospital staff to make sure the subject 
would not get combative. Officers then 
cleared once the subject calmed down.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182709
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: HEATHER GODWIN

On 5/6/2018 officers were dispatched to the 
500 block of S Broadway in regards to a 
criminal damage report. Upon arrival 
officers spoke with the complaint and 
followed up with them. Photos along with 
statements were taken of the damage done 
to the property. Officers gathered everything 
they needed and cleared without incident. 
Investigation pending.


-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182708
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 


Officer assisted OSP on station with an OVI 
arrest. Officer stood by while the OSP 
Trooper utilized the lntoxilyzer in which the 
subject provided a sample. Officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Cochan 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182707
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Suspicious Person
1255 EASTVIEW DR

Officers were dispatched to the 1200 block 
of Eastview Drive in reference to persons 
knocking on doors in the neighborhood and 
then running away. Officers were advised 
that the subjects were in a truck or SUV. 
Officers responded to the area, but no 
vehicles were located.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182706
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Loud Music (Residence) 
318 E SEVENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 5/6/2018 officers responded to the 300 
block of E Seventh Street in regards to a 
noise complaint. Officers made contact with 
the homeowner of where the loud noise 
was coming from and advised them to keep 
the noise down.

The home owner along with the other 
subjects in the household understood and 
advised that they would be going to bed 
shortly. Officers then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182705
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Intoxicated Person
123 N BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

On 5/6/2018 officers were approached by a 
intoxicated male subject after clearing a call 
that stated that he did not want to drive off 
in the state that he was in and asked for a 
ride home. Officers informed him that we 
can not do that at this point in time and 
advised him of his options. Officers called 
the subject a cab and stood by until they 
arrived.

Once the cab arrived the subject then left 
with the cab driver and officers cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182704
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Assist Perry Police
1345 BEECHWOOD RD


Complainant: CCSO

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Beechwood Rd to assist the Perry Township 
Police Department. Perry PD requested 
officers to check the above residence, due 
to them investigating a suspicious vehicle 
complaint where the vehicle had allegedly 
stopped at the residence several times. 

Officers checked the exterior of the 
residence and found it to be secure. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182703
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Open Burning
465 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer, along with the Salem Fire 
Department, was dispatched to the 400 
block of Jennings Ave. in reference to an 
open burning complaint. Upon arrival, 
contact was made with the subjects and the 
fire was found to be in violation of the city's 
burning ordinance. The FD extinguished the 
fire and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182702
Date: Sunday, May 6,2018
Traffic Offense
123 N BROADWAY AVE


Complainant: MILLER, PTL 


On 5/6/2018 officers were in the area of 
Ellsworth Ave. and State Street when they 
observed a vehicle with an equipment 
violation and performed a traffic stop. While 
on the stop officers then conducted an 
investigation on the female driver to 
determine if she was alright to continue to 
drive for the rest of the evening. The female 
subject advised that she would have a cab 
company take her home and one 
responded.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182701
Date: Saturday, May 5,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 


On 5/5/2018 officers were on routine patrol 
and discovered a vehicle parked in 
Centennial Park. While out with the vehicle 
officers were approached by the subjects 
who were associated with it. After 
investigation it was determined that nothing 
criminal had taken place other than the 
subjects being in the park after hours. 

The subjects were advised of park hours 
and were sent on their way. Once they 
cleared officers did so as well without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182699 Salem
Date. Saturday, May 5,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
335 N BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Complainant: AUTUMN COPE

Officers were dispatched to an apartment 
building in the 300 block of N. Broadway 
Ave. in reference to a domestic dispute 
report. Complainant advised that she and 
the male subject, who are in a relationship 
and reside together, had gotten into a 
verbal argument after they both had been 
consuming alcohol. Complainant advised 
that no physical violence had occurred, but 
at some point during the argument a glass 
object was thrown and shattered. 

Officers spoke with the subject who advised 
that the two were having relationship 
issues, but nothing physical occurred.

They were advised of their options for 
dealing with the incident and officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182698
Date: Saturday, May 5,2018
Person Down
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BARINIGHT CLUB


Complainant: SHERI LONG


On 5/5/2018 officers responded to the 400 
block of S. Broadway Ave. in regards to a 
male subject laying on the roadway. Upon 
arrival officers found said male subject on 
the ground and just regaining 
conscienceness. 

Emergency medical services were notified 
and FD along with EMT. Upon FD and 
EMT's arrival the subject was then 
transported
to Salem Regional Medical.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182697
Date: Saturday, May 5, 2018
Intoxicated Person
296 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM


Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of 
S. Ellsworth Ave. in reference to an 
intoxicated person. Upon arrival, officer 
located the subject who advised that he had 
just left a local bar. He advised that a cab 
was called for him while he was at the bar, 
but decided to walk anyway. The subject 
was subsequently cited with Disorderly 
Conduct- Public lntoxication and a taxi was 
called. He was transported to Barnett's 
Motel and officers cleared.



Cited: Jeffrey A. Lockard DOB 1956
14950 Hofmeister Rd
New Springfield, OH 4443
Charge: Disorderly Conduct-Public 
Intoxication (Salem ORD 509.03132)



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182696
Date: Saturday, May 5,2018
Person To Be Removed
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM


Complainant: BRENDA CARDER


Police responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd for an unwanted subject. 
The complainant advised a male subject 
came to her residence uninvited. The 
subject had left the residence prior to 
officers arriving. Police later made contact 
with the male advising him he is to no 
longer be at the property. The male denied 
being at the complainants property.



Ptl Osberg #917




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182695
Date: Saturday, May 5,2018
Child Custody Dispute
705 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: DANA MCGILVARY

Officer was dispatched to the 700 block of 
E. Fifth Street for a report of a child taken 
from her residence. Officer responded and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
the father of her 2 year old daughter came 
to the house and took her daughter with out 
her permission. 

The complainant advised that she has full 
custody of the child advised the father of 
the child not to take the child, but he did 
anyhow. 

After investigating the incident, the child 
was located with the father near where he 
lives in East Liverpool, Ohio. The 
complainant responded there to obtain her 
child and the father responded to the police 
department. The father of the child advised 
he felt that the complainant was unfit at the 
time to take care of the children and 
seemed to be under the influence of 
narcotics. He advised he has taken the 
children numerous times in the past and did 
not think he was doing anything wrong this 
time. 

The father was advised that the mother has 
full custody of the child unless an 
agreement is in place from the courts.

Officer collected all parties information 
including written statements for the report.



Ptl. C. Crider 911



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Sunday, May 06, 2018
09:41 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182685
Date: Saturday, May 5,2018
Drive Off
968 8 STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: CHELSEA 

Report of a drive off at the above noted 
location. The driver of a red Dodge Stratus 
pumped $20.00 worth of fuel and then left 
without proper payment. The complainant 
believes that the driver may have tried 
using a credit card, not knowing that the 
transaction did not go through.



Sgt. D. Green / 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182684
Date: Saturday, May 5, 2018
Criminal Mischief
180 W STATE ST SALEM


Report of a male individual climbing in the 
dumpster behind the above location. 
Officers located the individual walking 
nearby and he was advised of the 
complaint. He was further advised that he 
was not permitted digging through the 
dumpster.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182683
Date: Saturday, May 5, 2018
Water Line Break / Leak
800 BLOCK OF E FOURTH ST SALEM

Report of a possible water line break on the 
above noted street. Officers observed a 
large amount of water rushing through the 
storm drains. No signs of a water break 
could be found from ground level. A 
resident in the area advise that the rushing 
water through the drain was not normal, 
therefore the water dept. was advised that 
they may want to check if there could be a 
problem.



Sgt. D. Green / 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182681
Date: Saturday, May 5, 2018
Neighbor Dispute
1887 MAPLE ST SALEM


Officers responded to the above location for 
a neighbor dispute. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated their neighbor 
parked their vehicle on his property. Officers 
observed impressions from the vehicle in 
the grass. At this time the complainant just 
wanted it documented.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182680
Date: Saturday, May 5, 2018
Recovered Property
1680 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: BILL ELLIS

Officers responded to the above location to 
collect recovered property, the complainant 
stated he located a debit card in the parking 
lot. No name was on the card, therefore 
officer could not locate an owner. The card 
was placed into the lost and found.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182679
Date: Saturday, May 5,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
157 W SEVENTH ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
an unruly juvenile. Officers spoke with the 
female juvenile's parents who stated their 
daughter wasn't listening and using 
profanity. Officers advised the female 
juvenile she has to listen to her parents and 
follow their rules.



Ptl. M. Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182678
Date: Saturday, May 5,2018
Animal Complaint
WESTVIEW AVE / SUNSET BLV SALEM

Complainant: Robert Davison

Officers responded to the above location for 
an animal complaint. Officers spoke to the 
complainant who stated there has been a 
fox sitting in the roadway the last couple 
mornings watching the neighborhood 
animals, Officers checked the area and was 
unable to locate the fox.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182676
Date: Saturday, May 5,2018
Suspicious Person
NEWGARDEN AVE / W WILSON SALEM


On 5/5/2018 officers responded to the area 
of West Wilson and New Garden Ave in 
regards to suspicious males looking through 
house and car windows. Upon officers 
arrival shortly afterwards the entire area 
was searched with negative results. Officers 
then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182675
Date. Saturday, May 5,2018
Assist Perry Police

Complainant: LaROSA, PTL 

Officer assisted Perry Township PD , who 
had arrested the subject for an OVI and 
brought him on station for a BAC Test. 
Officer administered the BAC Test on the 
subject , which he submitted a test result 
over the legal limit. The subject was later 
transported back to Perry's station for 
further processing.



PTL LaROSA



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182674
Date: Saturday, May 5, 2018
Open Burning
SOUTH EAST BLVD / KENNEDY 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 5/6/2018 officers responded to the area 
of SE Blvd. and Kennedy in regards to a fire 
that was too large according to the 
complainant. Upon arrival in the area 
officers located the fire and spoke with the 
subject who was out with it. After 
investigation it was determined that the 
subject was being safe and staying out with 
it. Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182673
Date: Saturday, May 5,2018
Speak To Officer


Officer responded to the police department 
and spoke with an individual wishing to 
remain anonymous. The individual provided 
information that was possibly related to 
illegal activity. Officer documented the 
information to be forwarded to the 
appropriate authority. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182672
Date: Friday, May 4,2018
Recovered Property .
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY 

Officer responded to Smith Oil for 
recovered property. A store employee 
advised they found a gun in the stores 
dumpster. 

After further investigation it was found to be 
a BB gun. The item was brought back to the 
Police Department and secured.



Ptl. J. Brooks 914




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182669
Date Friday, May 4, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PROSPECT 900 BLOCK A 
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

On 5/5/2018 officers observed a vehicle 
parked in Kelly Park after hours with two 
subjects inside of the vehicle.

Officers then spoke with the subjects in the 
vehicle and after investigation determined 
no crime had taken place.

Subjects were advised of park hours and 
then left. Officers then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182668
Date: Friday, May 4,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
BUTCHER RD / E PERSHING STREET 

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

On 5/4/2018 officers observed a vehicle 
parked on the side of the roadway in the 
area of E Pershing and Butcher Road with 
two individuals standing next to it. Officers 
then went out to speak with the subjects 
and to check on their wellbeing. After 
investigation it was determined no crime 
was taking place and both subjects were all 
right Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller 918



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182664
Date: Friday, May 4,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
SOUTHEAST BLVD / RIDGEWOOD 

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT B 

While on patrol officer stopped to check on 
a possible disabled vehicle stopped along 
Ridgewood with the hazard lights activated. 
Officer affirmed the vehicle was not broke 
down, and the driver had just stopped 
briefly to converse with an area resident. 


Sgt B Slider 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182663
Date: Friday, May 4, 2018
Intoxicated Driver
2488 E STATE ST SALEM 
RESTAURANT

Officer was dispatched to a business in the 
2400 block of E. State Street for a report of 
an intoxicated male and female preparing to 
leave in a silver Chevy Trailblazer. Officer 
was also advised that the subjects had 
been arguing.

Officer responded, but the vehicle was not 
located in the parking lot.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182661
Date: Friday, May 4,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
365 W WILSON ST

Complainant: ANOYMOUS, COMP 

Police responded to the 300 block of W. 
Wilson for a 91 1 call. The complainant, 
juvenile, advised that another juvenile was 
shoving him and refused to leave him alone 
After speaking with the juvenile he was 
given the non emergency number for the 
Police Dept if the issue continues.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182660
Date: Friday, May 4,2018
Ambulance Needed
855 W STATE ST SALEM
RESTAURANT


Officer was dispatched to a business in the 
800 block of W. State Street to assist the 
fire department on a medical call involving a 
male subject who had passed out. Officer 
responded and was advised that the male 
subject was alert at this time and is signing 
a medical treatment refusal. 

Officer was advised by the medical 
personnel that they were concerned that the 
subject was going to drive his vehicle when 
units cleared. The subject stated he was 
going to be staying at the business for a 
while and was not driving for a while. The 
subject was advised to contact someone for 
a ride if he did not think he could drive.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182657
Date: Friday, May 4, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST SALEM


UNIT #1 Driver/Owner: RAQUEL 
HATHAWAY, Salem, Oh

UNIT #2 Driver/Owner: NORMA BURBICK , 
COLUMBIANA OH


Two Vehicle Accident. 

Unit 2 was traveling southbound on N. 
Lincoln Ave. and reportedly stopped at the 
four way stop at E. 3rd St. and N. Lincoln 
Ave. Unit # 1 was traveling westbound on 
E. 3rd St. and reportedly stopped at the four 
way stop at E. 3rd St and N. Lincoln Ave. 
The driver of Unit # 2 stated that she 
proceeded through the intersection and was 
struck in the back driver's side quarter panel 
by Unit # 1. The driver of Unit # 1 stated 
that she proceeded through the intersection 
and Unit # 2 accelerated rapidly from the 
stop sign, when the front driver's side of her 
vehicle struck the back of Unit # 2.
 
Due to conflicting stories of who had the 
right of way and who proceeded first, no 
citations were issued and no witnesses.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182656
Date: Friday, May 4, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Police responded to the 1400 block of E. 
3rd St for a juvenile issue. The care taker 
advised three female juveniles had left the 
residence about an hour before and had not 
returned home. Police gathered the needed 
information to enter the juveniles as run 
aways. Shortly after clearing the residence 
the complainant advised Police the 
juveniles have returned home.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182655
Date: Friday, May 4,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
530 COLUMBIA ST SALEM

Police responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St for a dispute over a lawn 
mower. The female left her lawn mower at 
the property to which the residents did not 
want the item there. The female took her 
property and left. It was after the female 
had left the male half wanted to claim theft. 
The male stated he had left items at the 
females before having another falling out. 
The male was advised the issue was a civil 
matter and if they were his items then to go 
retrieve them.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182654
Date: Friday, May 4, 2018
Assist Perry Police
SALEM ALLIANCE RD 

Complainant: CCSO, CRYSTAL 8473 
COUNTY HOME RD LISBON

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist OSP , who had requested a Kg. K9 
Argo was deployed and indicated to the 
presence of a narcotic odor coming from 
the vehicle. A search of the vehicle turned 
up a grinder with residue in it. 

Officer stood by while they finished their 
investigation.



Ptl LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182652
Date: 
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
657 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: RHONDA BARRERA TOMAS

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a possible fight. Upon arrival, it 
was found that it was a dispute between the 
complainant and some juveniles. She 
advised that one of the juveniles that was 
present had a fight with her son a couple of 
days ago. She advised that they are now 
hanging out on the corner by her residence 
to instigate further problems. 

Officers spoke with the juveniles and they 
were advised to stay away from the 
complainants residence and that there was 
no reason to be loitering around it on their 
way home from school.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182651
Date: Friday, May 4, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1200 E SIXTH ST A SALEM


Complainant: Hank Brock, 1200 E SIXTH 
ST Salem, OH 44460

Report of a Juvenile problem at the above 
location. Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
the complainant and the juvenile and he 
was brought back to this department where 
he was processed and transported to the 
Tobin Center.



PTL Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182650
Date: Friday, May 4,2018
Speak To Officer 

Complainant: RALPH KILLING, WESTERN 
RESERVE RD BERLIN CENTER, OH 

The complainant responded to this 
department to report that he let his son 
borrow his vehicle for a period of two 
weeks. The complainant advised that his 
son now refuses to return the vehicle. The 
complainant further advised that he 
discovered that his son had wrecked the 
vehicle twice since borrowing it. 

Officer checked the vehicle at the son's 
residence and it was found parked in the 
back yard with the license plates removed. 
The complainant was concerned because 
his son advised that he was not returning it 
and would sell the parts first. He was 
advised that if he wanted to file 
unauthorized use, he would need to file with 
his local department, since that is where the 
vehicle was taken/borrowed from. 
Complainant advised that he was going to 
have the vehicle towed for fear that it would 
be sold without his permission.



Sgt. D. Green  051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182649
Date: Friday, May 4,2018
At Location I On Foot 
COUNTY HOME RD LISBON 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officers assisted the Columbiana County 
Sheriffs office in conducting a K9 sniff of the 
jail. The K9s were deployed in the jail and 
workers searched the pods where the K9s 
indicated too. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl LaRosa 907



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Saturday, May 05, 2018
07:01 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182647
Date: Friday, May 4,2018
Person To Be Removed
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: KIM ZIEGLER

Officers responded to Walmart for a one to 
be removed report. Complainant advised a 
female was bothering other shoppers and 
trying to sell her Walmart gift card to them. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
female along with a male in the parking lot. 
Both advised they were visiting from out of 
state and needed money for gas money to 
get home. After checking both subjects for 
warrants, verbal consent was granted to 
search their vehicle. Nothing illegal was 
located. The female advised she would 
contact who they were visiting and stay with 
them for the night till they could figure out a 
solution to the money issue.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182646
Date: Friday, May 4, 2018
Skaters / Bicycles In Roadway
2488 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to 2400 block of E State 
St for a report of someone riding a bicycle 
in the roadway. Officer checked the area 
but no violations or cyclists were observed 
in the area.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182645
Date Friday, May 4, 2018
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPITAL

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

Officer was out at the SRMC attempting to 
collected information for a separate report 
when this officer observed a 
combative/intoxicated patient in the ER. 
Officers spoke with the subject and were 
able to calm him down. 

Officers cleared once the subject was calm 
and advised staff to call if there were any 
further issues.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182644
Date: Friday, May 4, 2018
Assist Other Agency
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: CCSO

Officers were dispatched to the area of the 
Salem Regional Medical Center to attempt 
to locate a male subject that was reported 
to escape from the hospital. The male was 
reported by the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Dept. to be an inmate of the 
Columbiana County Jail. 

The Sheriff's Dept. called back a short time 
later and advised to disregard and that the 
male was released from the jail earlier and 
was no longer an inmate at the jail. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182642
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 
182 N UNION AVE 2 SALEM

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officers responded to 182 N. Union Ave. 
Apt.#2 to assist a Deputy with the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. in 
serving an arrest warrant of a male subject. 
Upon arrival, contact was made with two 
male subjects at the residence

Neither of the two were the male with the 
active arrest warrant but do reside at the 
apartment. They invited officers in to check 
for the wanted male subject. While checking 
the apartment, officers located in plain view 
on the floor a clear zip lock sandwich baggy 
with suspected marijuana inside as well as 
a folded up Burger King Receipt. Upon 
inspection of the folded up receipt, a crystal 
type substance was located. 

The male with the warrant was not located 
inside the apartment. Both subjects were 
questioned about the contents of the 
substance located. One of the male 
subjects admitted to the baggy being his. 
Charges are pending against the male 
subject pending lab results.

Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith 



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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20182641
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak with a female about 
an incident that may have occurred inside 
the city. The female stated that she knew 
who the driver was of a vehicle hit-skip that 
occurred the day prior. She stated she did 
not know where the incident had occurred 
but wanted to advise officers of the 
situation.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182640
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept 
182 N UNION AVE SALEM

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officers assisted a Deputy with the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. attempt 
to serve several arrest warrants at several 
locations within the City limits. None of the 
wanted subjects were able to be located at 
their residence.

Officers cleared.


Residences Checked:
182 N. Union Ave.
381 Roosevelt Ave.
317 N. Madison Ave.



Sgt. B. Smith 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182639
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Traffic Offense 
763 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: DEROSE, PTL

Officers initiated a traffic stop on E State St 
near Lincoln Ave for expired registration. 
While writing the registered owner a citation 
for the expired registration, other officers 
performed a consent to search on the 
vehicle. 

The citation was issued and officers cleared 
without further incident.



Cited: Shane Aaron Thompson
DOB: 1998
Address: 86 W Main St, Apt B Carrollton 
OH
Charge: Expired Registration




Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182638
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Recovered Bicycle
WASHINGTON AVE  E STATE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer and the fire department responded 
to the 100 block of Washington St for a 
recovered bicycle. A bicycle was left in a 
front lawn and the resident did not know 
who the owner was. It was brought back to 
the police department.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182637
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
S HOWARD AVE / W STATE ST SALEM 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers checked the area of S. Howard 
Ave. for a report of a male subject wanted 
on an active warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriffs Dept. Upon arrival, the area 
was checked and the male could not be 
located.



Sgt. B. Smith 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182636
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Domestic Dispute Report 
146 N MADISON AVE SALEM


Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
N Madison Ave for a report of a domestic 
dispute. Officers gathered information and 
was made aware that the other party had 
gone to a different location. Officers located 
the other party and gathered the additional 
side to the story. A review of this incident 
will be looked at by the prosecutors office 
for possible charges.




Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182634 
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Internet Harassment
623 E THIRD ST 2W SALEM

Complainant: MISTY PRATER

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E State St for a report of telecommunication 
harassment. Officers spoke with the 
complainant and advised her that officers 
would attempt to reach the other parties 
involved and explain to them that they can 
face charges if the harassment continues. 
Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl DeRose 920




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Friday, May 04, 2018
09:07 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182633
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem

A mother of two juvenile boys on station to 
report abuse to her children while on Salem 
City bus. Information was taken and matter 
will be turned over to dept. Juv officer for 
additional review. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182624
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block 
of E. State St. for a juvenile complainant 
Officer arrived on scene and the 
complainant stated that the juvenile did not 
wish to go to schoal Officers spoke with the 
juvenile and were able to get the juvenile to 
attend school with out further incident.



Ptl. Connolly 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182628
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
SHARP AVE / PROSPECT ST SALEM

Complainant: WILLIAM MICHALAK

Officers responded to the area of Sharp 
Ave. and Prospect St for a parking 
complainant Officers located the vehicle in 
question and informed him that he needed 
to move his vehicle.The owner complied 
and moved his vehicle



Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182631
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
WASHINGTON AVE / MAPLE ST SALEM


Officers and the Fire department arrived in 
the 1200 block of Maple for power lines 
down Officers observed the power lines 
down from an apparent lightning strike at 
the pole Ohio Edison arrived on scene to 
repair the power line. Officers then cleared



Lt. David L Casto




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182606
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Intoxicated Driver
S LINCOLN AVE / SNYDER RD SALEM


Complainant: DAVID SYCOC

Officers responded to the area of S Lincoln 
Ave for a report of a possible intoxicated 
driver. The complainant advised that the 
vehicle had driven off the roadside at one 
point and that a passenger was observed 
with an open container of alcohol. Officers 
did check the area but were unable to 
locate the vehicle.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182607
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Intoxicated Person
SALEM HOSP ER ENTRY


Complainant: CASSANDRA

Officers responded to SRMC for a report of 
an intoxicated subject. Complainant advised 
the subject in question entered the doors 
drinking a bottle of liquor. 

Upon arrival, the male was outside the 
entrance speaking with security staff. While 
speaking with the subject, he did advise 
several times he wanted to harm himself 
and did have visible self inflicted wounds to 
his left forearm area. The subject was 
escorted inside where he was pink slipped 
by officers.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182608
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Runaway / Missing
1449 E STATE ST SALEM


Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for a runaway juvenile. Officers 
located the juvenile and talked with her 
about issues she was having at her 
residence. The juvenile was dropped off at 
her residence and advised to contact her 
social worker about the complaints she was 
having.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182609
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Assist Other Agency
1931 MONROE ST A

Complainant: SALEM REGIONAL 
MEDICAL, CENT

Officers were dispatched to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center to assist another 
agency. 

Upon arrival, officers were notified that a 
male had left the hospital after previously 
being pink slipped. Dispatch notified officers 
that the suspect had ran into a shed on the 
1900 block of Monroe St. EMS and Salem 
FD had arrived on scene transporting the 
suspect back to the hospital. Charges are 
pending.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182610
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Animal Complaint 
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 1000 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for an animal complaint. The 
complainant advised that a dog was inside 
a vehicle for a long period time. When the 
officer arrived on scene the owner was 
located. The officer checked welfare of the 
dog and it was found to be ok. The owner of 
the dog stated he would leave the A/C on 
next time to avoid future complaints.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182611
Date: Wednesday, May 2,201 8
Accident Hit / Skip
S BROADWAY SO0 BLOCK


Complainant: MARIA DINEZIO

Officers responded to the 500 block of S 
Broadway Ave for a vehicle hit-skip 
accident involving a parked vehicle.

The complainant advised that a silver 
vehicle had struck the maroon truck that 
was parked in the parking lot and drove 
away. Officers were unable to locate any 
damage on the truck. The driver of the 
silver vehicle was later located and advised 
she had struck the pole near the truck. 
Officers did observe yellow paint and a 
large dent in the front driver side of the 
vehicle. Pictures were taken of the damage 
done to the vehicle.


Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182612
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Fight 
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officers responded to the Duck Pond for a 
report of a fight. Upon arrival, this officer 
made contact with one of the subjects on 
scene while others officers spoke with the 
other half at his residence. Both advised 
they got into a physical altercation but 
neither wished to peruse any criminal 
charges. Both parties involved were given a 
Disorderly Conduct warning.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182614
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Suspicious Activity
1931 MONROE ST SALEM


Complainant: TIMOTHY UNKEFER

Officers responded to the 1300 blk of 
Monroe for a suspicious activity report. 
Complainant advised a unknown subject 
kept knocking on his door. Upon arrival, 
officers checked the area but did not locate 
anyone. Contact was made with the 
complainant who advised he might leave 
his residence and stay with family for the 
night.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182615
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Harassment
500 E FOURTH ST 215

Complainant: VICTORIA FAVAZZO

Officer spoke with a female complainant via 
phone who report receiving unwanted 
phone calls and facebook messages from a 
known male. Information was gathered. 
Officer will attempt to make contact with the 
male subject and advise him to cease 
contact with the complainant. Officer 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182616
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Suspicious Vehicle 
E SCHOOL ST / E FIFTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the corner of E Fifth St 
and E School St for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle. The complainant advised a vehicle 
was parked illegally with the parking lights 
left on. Officer made contact with the owner 
of the vehicle who advised he was assisting 
a neighbor with his vehicle. The vehicle was 
not causing a traffic hazard and the parking 
lights were left on for other motorist to see 
the vehicle easily.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182617
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: ROBIN BUTTS

Officer spoke with female complainant 
Robin Butts who came on station to report a 
possible future altercation over a civil 
matter. Complainant advised that she had 
purchased a cell phone for her adult son's 
ex-girlfriend, whom is a juvenile. She 
reports that on today she received a text 
telling her to come pick the phone up and 
that she better bring the police with her. 

I contacted the mother of the ex-girlfriend 
via phone and questioned her about the text 
and the intent of the complainant and her 
son to come retrieve the phone. The ex-
girlfriends mother advised that her son 
could come pick the phone up and that 
there would not be any issues. 

I did stand by in the area until the property 
was exchanged and there were no issues. 
Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182618
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Fight 
339 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM 


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the 300 blk of 
Newgarden for a report of a fight. Upon 
arrival, officer spoke subjects involved who 
advised they got into a physical altercation. 
One of the subjects did have visible injuries, 
but neither party involved wished to pursue 
criminal charges. The subject with the 
injuries was transported to Salem ER by 
KLG for medical attention, while the other 
party was advised to leave the residence 
and not return.



Ptl. D Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182619
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Runaway / Missing
631 E NINTH ST 1

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
E 9th St for a missing juvenile complaint. 
While gathering information about the 
missing juvenile, another officer was able to 
locate him a few blocks away. The juvenile 
was returned home and officers cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182620
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Domestic In Progress
881 E THIRD ST SALEM


Officers responded to 881 E. Third St, for a 
report of a domestic in progress. Upon 
arrival, both parties were separated and 
spoken to separately. Both reported no 
physical contact between the two of them. 
The male and female do reside together, 
however the female gathered some 
belongings and left for the evening. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182621
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Reckless Operator
ROOSEVELT AVE / E THIRD STREET 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the area of Roosevelt 
and E. 3rd for a report of a reckless 
operation. Complainant advised there was 
an unknown truck driving reckless and 
revving its engine. Upon arrival, officer 
checked the area but was unable to locate 
the vehicle in question.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182622
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Assist Perry Police


Officers assisted a Perry Twp. Police 
Sergeant with searching around the area of 
N. Lincoln Ave. and the US62 four lane for 
a domestic violence suspect. The suspect 
was not located and officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182623
Date: Thursday, May 3,2018
Unattended Fire
257 W WILSON ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 blk of W. 
Wilson for a report of an unattended fire. 
Upon arrival, it was found that the smoke 
was coming from a bon fire from earlier in 
the night but was still smoldering causing it 
to smoke.



Ptl. D. Young



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Thursday, May 03, 2018
08:32 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182597
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Theft
965 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
S. Lundy Ave. for a report of a theft. Officer 
arrived and spoke to the complainant who 
stated that the theft had occurred sometime 
earlier in the week. The complainant 
provided a list of items take as well as a 
written statement.



Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182598
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Accident With injury
475 S MADISON AVE


Unit #1 Owner/Driver: Mary Elizabeth 
Boring, SALEM, OH

Unit #2 Owner TRACY VORSHAK, NORTH 
LIMA, OH


Officers responded to the area of S. 
Madison Ave. near Oak St. for a motor 
vehicle accident with injuries. Officers 
arrived on scene along with EMT and 
Salem Fire Department. The driver of Unit 
#1 stated that she looked down to fix some 
papers in her car when she veered off into 
the south bound lane and struck Unit #2 
which was parked on the west side of the 
roadway. Unit #1 sustained disabling 
damage to the vehicle while Unit #2 
sustained functional damage. 

The driver of Unit #1 was transported to 
Salem Regional Hospital with minor injures. 
Unit 2 had no occupants during the crash. 
Citation was issued to the driver of Unit #1 
for Reasonable Control.


Cited:(Unit #1) Mary Elizabeth Boring, DOB 
1978
1908 Monroe Ave. Salem OH, 44460
Citation for Reasonable Control 331.34 
ORD



Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182599
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
267 ROSE AVE SALEM 


Complainant: LARRY MIDDLETON

(5/2/2018 08:38:37 By: 178) LARRY 
REQUEST OFFICER ADV THAT THERE IS 
A DAV THAT HAS BEEN PARKED IN 
FRONT OF HIS RESIDENCE FOR THE 
PAST WEEK

(5/2/2018 08:54:21 By: 178) ADV PLACING 
A 10 DAY NOTICE

Officer placed a parking notice on a black 
Ford Explorer parked on the street for about 
three weeks. The vehicle had a left front flat 
tire and appeared to have been sitting in 
this space. A red notice card was left. The 
son of the owner spoke with officer during 
the call. Vehicle will be moved, per the son. 


Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182600
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Damage / Endangering 
186 S HOWARD AVE SALEM


Complainant: TERESA CASSINGER

Complainant on station in reference to a 
report of criminal damage at the above 
stated location. The complainant advised an 
unknown person damaged her entry door 
on the southside of her residence. The 
damage reportedly occurred on 05/01/18 at 
approximately 2300hrs.



Sgt. K. Toy 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182601
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
1542 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM

Officer checked a "wires down" call and 
found that a large tree had fallen in the 
backyards in the 1500 blk of SE Blvd. 
Salem Fd and Ohio Edison responded to 
the scene. Edison to make repairs .. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182602
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
possible scam
726 Newgarden Ave


Complainant: KAYLA NAYLOR

Complainant contacted this department in 
reference to a possible scam. The 
complainant advised she received a phone 
call about lowering her interest on credit 
cards. The complainant stated she does not 
have credit cards. The complainant stated 
that she attempted to call the number back 
but it was a fake number.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182603
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
N LINCOLN AVE / E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the area of N 
Lincoln and E State St for a complaint of a 
child not restrained properly in a motor 
vehicle. Officers checked the area for the 
vehicle but were unsuccessful in finding it. 
Officers then responded to the home of the 
vehicle owner to attempt to inform the driver 
of the call. Officers then cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182604
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Domestic In Progress
N LINCOLN AVE / E FOURTH STREET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the area of N 
Lincoln Ave and E Fourth St for a report of 
a domestic. Upon arrival, officers were 
informed by the callers that both parties 
entered vehicles and fled the scene. 
Officers checked the area for their vehicles 
but were unsuccessful in finding. Officers 
them cleared without further incident,



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182605
Date: Wednesday, May 2,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
SOUTHEAST BLVD / MERLE RD SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to check a parking 
complaint against Ohio Edison near SE 
Blvd and Merle Rd. One of the trucks was 
blocking in a resident who could not exit her 
driveway and had to go somewhere. Caller 
would not give her name or address to 
dispatch. 

Officer advised one of the drivers of the 
complaint. Three trucks were there and had 
been working to restore lost power due to a 
tree blowing down. He advised officer that 
he would pass on the info to the other two 
drivers. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182578
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Assist Other Agency
STATE ROUTE 11 / South OF 344

Complainant: POST 15, PATROL

Officer responded to SR 11 south of SR 344 
to assist OSP on a traffic stop , who had 
requested a K9 . K9 Argo was deployed on 
the vehicle and indicated to the presence of 
a narcotic odor. A search of the vehicle 
turned up marijuana inside the car. Officer 
cleared without incident.



PTL LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182579
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Mail Tampering / Theft
544 E PERSHING ST A
MOTEL

Complainant: JACKIE 

Police responded to Timberlanes for a 
possible fraud. Employees recieved a 
package for a male subject that was not 
staying at the hotel. The employees were 
advised to return the if they believed the 
package to be part of a fraud.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182580
Date: Tuesday, May 1 , 2018
Suspicious Person
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to the parking lot of 
the Salem Regional Medical Center in 
reference to a suspicious person report. 

Complainant advised of an older male 
wearing a blue jacket that was entering two 
different vehicles. Before officers could 
respond, the male had left the area east 
bound. It was learned that both vehicles 
belonged to the male as he was the 
registered owner. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182581
Mental / Disturbed Person
910 BROOKLYN AVE
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018

Police responded to the 900 block of 
Brooklyn Ave for a male subject possibly 
having a mental break down. The male also 
advised he has taken substances the night 
before. The male was willingly transported 
to Salem Hospital by EMT.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182586
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM


Complainant: ER, SALEM 

Officer responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center in reference to a juvenile 
problem. Complainant advised that the 
subject was attempting to remove her infant 
son from the emergency room after doctors 
had already discovered a serious illness 
and were wanting to transfer the juvenile to 
Akron Children's Hospital. 

Children's Services were requesting that 
officer stand by to make sure that the 
subject did not leave with her child, due to 
the subject refusing to allow her son to be 
transported. 

Officer stood by with Children's Services 
and the child was eventually transferred to 
Akron Children's. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182587
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
510 CONTINENTAL DR SALEM


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Continental Dr in search of a male subject 
with an active arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office. Officers 
made contact with the subject and he was 
subsequently placed into custody and 
transported to the police department for 
processing. He was later transferred to the 
Columbiana County Jail by the CCSO.


Arrested: Edward Rodriguez DOB 1959
510 Continental Dr Apt 32
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant (FTA-Child Support)



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182588
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Speak To Officer 
1630 WESTVIEW AVE B


Complainant: DWIGHT JORDAN

Complainant on station to speak with 
officer. Complainant advised that he has not 
heard from his girlfriend since 0900 hours 
when she left their residence to go to 
Alliance, OH. Complainant advised that he 
had been attempting to locate the subject, 
but has not been able to. 

Officer gathered the necessary information 
and advised the complainant of his options. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182589
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Drug Overdose
468 AETNA ST

Police responded to the 400 block of Aetna 
St to assist First Responders. Upon arriving 
it was found that a male subject had 
overdosed. Police recovered drug 
paraphernalia while on the scene. Police 
stood by until First Responders transported 
that male to Salem Hospital.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182590
Date: Tuesday, May 1 , 2018
Reckless Operator
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Officers were dispatched to the WalMart 
parking lot on E. State Street for a report of 
a grey Chevy Cobalt that was operating 
reckless in the parking lot and running over 
trash cans. 

Officers were advised the vehicle left the 
parking lot heading west on E. State Street. 
Officers responded to Wal-Mart and did not 
locate the vehicle while responding.

No damage was reported to the trash cans 
and they had been picked up by staff upon 
officer arrival.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182591
Tuesday, May 1,2018
Intoxicated Driver
E STATE ST / HIGHLAND AVE SALEM

Officer was advised of an intoxicated driver 
traveling eastbound on E.State St and the 
vehicle had no working tail lights.

Officer located the vehicle and conducted a 
traffic stop on it. It was determined that the 
driver was not intoxicated but was operating 
the vehicle on a suspended license. The 
driver was issued a citation for Driving 
Under Suspension and the vehicle was 
towed by Sinsleys.


PTL LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182592
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

On 5/1/2018 officers observed a vehicle in 
the parking lot of Centennial Park after 
hours. Officers made contact with the 
occupants of the vehicle and after 
investigation gained consent to search the 
vehicle. After searching the vehicle with 
negative results officers advised both 
female occupants of the vehicle of park 
hours and then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182594
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Accidental Damage
1995 E STATE ST A


Complainant: LINDSAY ADORNO, 
BOARDMAN, OH 

Officers responded to the Salem ER lot 
where the complainant reported that upon 
entering her vehicle and closing the door, 
the rear window had shattered. The vehicle 
had been parked in the parking lot North of 
State St in the 1900 block from 
approximately 11am to the time of 
complaint. Security was reviewing video 
footage to see if the cause could be 
ascertained. Complainant advised that the 
vehicle was insured with Grange Ins. 

Photos of the damaged window were taken 
at the scene. 



Sgt B Slider



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Wednesday, May 02, 2018
09:55 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20182564
Date: Tuesday, May 1,201 8
Unruly / Delinquent

Report of unruly child. Upon arrival, this 
officer spoke with the complainant and her 
daughter. After a brief conversation the 
daughter agreed to go to school.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182566
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
THEFT
291 S LINCOLN AVE


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
a person known to him came in with their 
vehicle and wanted it fixed. The 
complainant would not work on it.

The subject then requested to use the 
portable air tank to fill up the tire(s) and take 
it off the property.

It had been parked in the back fenced in 
area.

The subject borrowed the tank but left in his 
vehicle taking the tank with him.

The complainant called the subject who 
refused to give him the tank advising he 
didn't have the vehicle it was towed by a 
local towing company and placed in their 
impound.

The complainant made contact with the 
towing company who requested a police 
report be made and he could get his tank 
back.

The male subject advised the complainant 
he didn't take the tank but go get it out of 
his vehicle.

The complainant was given this report 
number so he could get his tank back.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182567
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Accident Private Property
2350 E STATE ST A SALEM
PEEBLEs CLOTHING STORE


UNIT # 1  Owner: KAREN PROKOP

UNIT # 2  Owner: JO ANN HAWTHORNE 


Two Vehicle Private Property Accident. 
Local Report Only.

Unit # 2 was parked unoccupied facing 
eastbound in the parking lot at 2350 E. 
State St. The driver of Unit # 1 was across 
the aisle facing eastbound behind Unit # 2. 
The driver of Unit # 1 stated that her vehicle 
jumped forward when she was pulling out 
and she struck the back end of Unit # 2. 
Photos Taken



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182569
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
500 BLOCK OF E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: CASTO, LT

While on patrol, reporting officer observed a 
vehicle parked in a No Parking Zone the 
corner of S. Lundy & E. State St. A pink 
ticket was placed on the windshield of the 
vehicle. The vehicle was in violation of City 
Ordnance 351.03 A6 Prohibited Standing or 
Parking Places No parking within 20 feet of 
a marked cross walk.


Lt. David L. Casto



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182571
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Fraud 
1180 ORCHARD BEND DR SALEM


Complainant: PRIM0 CITANO

Officers responded to the above location for 
a fraud report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated he received 
paperwork in the mail regarding personal 
credit information he didn't request.


Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182572
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
100 BLOCK OF S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL 

While on routine patrol in the City of Salem, 
Columbiana County, Ohio this officer was in 
car #6 heading west bound on SR14 (E. 
State St) approaching Lundy.

A motorist stopped this officer advising of a 
vehicle parked incorrectly on S. Lundy 
around the corner.

Officer observed a blue colored Pontiac 
bearing Ohio registration, GHL7192 sitting 
in a no parking area facing north bound in 
the south bound lane (left side to curb).

Officer issued a pink ticket #3490 to the 
vehicle for the two violations of City 
Ordinance(s), Parking in prohibited zone & 
Parking with left side to curb.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police STORY   #: 20182573
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Fraud


Complainant: BENITA RICE

The complainant responded to this 
department to report a fraudulent charge on 
her and her daughter's PNC bank account. 
She advised that her daughter received 
notification that $1025.99 was deducted 
from their joint account.

The transaction reportedly occurred from a 
Best Buy out of Minnesota on 04-27-18. 
The complainant advised that the account 
was closed and the bank was aware of the 
incident. Complainant was provided a report 
number for her bank.



Sgt. D. Green 



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182574
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: ASHBY BRENEMAN

Police responded to Walmart for a possible 
theft. The complainant left his money bag in 
the shopping cart when he left and when he 
returned it was gone. Walmart employees 
were able to gather footage of the event as 
well as another subject that had taken the 
cart after. Shortly after then a subject 
returned the bag with the full amount of 
cash



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182583
Date: Tuesday, May 1,2018
Harassment
2401 E STATE ST F


Complainant: KARI STAHL

The complainant responded to this 
department to report problems she is 
having with her ex, which is the father of the 
child. She advised that they met for a 
custody exchange prior to the time of 
complaint. Complainant stated that her ex 
started arguing with her and grabbed their 
son to take him for his visitation. She further 
stated that he continuously texts her 
harassing and vulgar messages. 

Contact was made with the individual in 
question and he was advised of the 
complaint. They were both ultimately 
advised to keep things civil for the best 
interest of the child.



Sgt. D. Green 



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182563
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Suspicious Person
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL


Complainant: SALEM REGIONAL, 
HOSPITAL

On 4/30/2018 at around 2300 hrs officers 
were dispatched to the 1900 block of E 
Pershing Street in regards to a suspicious 
person walking around parking lots and 
looking into vehicles. Upon arrival officers 
searched the area and made negative 
contact with the said male subject. 

After investigation the male subject was 
identified. Possible charges will be pending. 
Officers then cleared the area without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (918)



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182562
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAY GROUND

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT B

Officer checked on a vehicle stopped at the 
entrance to Centennial Park just off of E 
Pershing St. The occupants advised that it 
had stalled and was possibly just 
overheated. Officer advised I would return 
to check on them after a while. 

Prior to returning, the driver contacted the 
police department to ask if the vehicle could 
be left parked in the park until tomorrow due 
to mechanical issues. Officer advised them 
place a note in the car and that it would be 
passed on to the next shift that it would be 
moved some time on 05/01/18. 


Sgt B Slider 



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182561
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Suspicious Odor
318 E STATE ST 2 SALEM

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT B 

Officers responded to a report of a 
suspicious odor inside an apartment 
building in the 1300 block of E State St.

Officers attempted contact at several 
apartments but nobody answered. Officers 
did not detect an odor while present. 



Sgt B Slider 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182560
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Assault
157 W SEVENTH ST


Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of 
W. Seventh Street for a report of an assault 
Officer responded and made contact wlth a 
female juvenile, her mother and her 
mothers boyfriend. The female juvenile 
stated that her father was at the house 
about three hours prior and she had an 
argument with him. She stated that during 
the argument her father hit her in the right 
side of the face. 

The juvenile did advise that she had been 
talking back to her father. No marks were 
observed on the juvenile. The juvenile 
stated that the argument was over another 
male juvenile who was the complainant and 
not present for the incident. Officer spoke 
wlth the juveniles mother and her boyfriend 
who advised they have been having 
problems with the juvenile being unruly and 
did not wltness any physical altercation.

Officer was advised that the juveniles 
father, who does not reside at the 
residence, was at work until tomorrow 
morning. 

Officer advised that a follow up with be 
attempted with the father.



Ptl. C. Crider 910




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182559
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Domestic In Progress
381 ROOSEVELT AVE SALEM


Police responded to 300 block of Roosevelt 
Ave. for a domestic in progress involving 
several weapons. The female subject 
involved advised officers that her husband 
was attempting to harm himself and that 
she tried to stop him. The male subject 
pulled the female's hair and pushed her 
head onto a bed causing her neck pain. The 
female subject had other minor injuries as 
well. 

The male subject made comments to 
officers stating that he did want to harm 
himself. 

Both subjects were voluntarily transported 
to Salem Regional Medical Center. Charges 
are pending on the male subject.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182558 
Date. Monday, April 30,2018
Check Well Being
340 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officers had responded to 340 North 
Ellsworth Ave for a well being check a short 
time earlier, but had negative contact. 

Officers returned after a family member 
arrived on scene to let officers into the 
residence. Officers made contact with the 
resident who was affirmed to be OK, with a 
phone nearby to call if further assistance 
was needed.

The individual is however bed ridden and 
there was nobody immediately available to 
provide care for the individual if needed. 
Officer was further advised of numerous 
unwanted guests being brought to the 
residence on a regular basis by another 
family member who does not live there, but 
stays there frequently. Several individuals 
were present and sleeping at the residence 
while officer was present. 

Officer gathered information to be 
forwarded to Adult Protective Services for 
further review to attempt to identify sources 
of alternative care for the resident. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182557
Date. Monday, April 30,2018
Fight
COURT DR 1
PARK PLAYGROUND



Officers responded to Centennial Park in 
regards to a fight near the tennis courts. 
Upon arrival, officers made contact with 
several females and a male who were 
yelling at each other. Officers spoke with 
the females who advised that they did 
confront another female at the park in 
reference to a previous incident and that 
was when the male stepped in to keep a 
fight from taking place. 

After investigation, it was determined that 
the altercation was only verbal in nature. 
They were advised to stay away from each 
other and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Tuesday, May 01, 2018
08:12 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182543
Date: Monday, April 30,2018 
Drug Overdose
175 W STATE ST SALEM

Officer responded to the above location and 
did find a male subject in a vehicle bearing 
Ohio registration, HJW584 sitting in front of 
the building to the east side of the doors 
way.

Officer attempted to wake/talk to the male 
who was in the drivers seat appearing to be 
passed out.

It was found that he was over dosing and 
the First Responders administered narcan 
along with oxygen which then the male 
responded and began to open his eyes and 
talk.

KLG transported the male to Salem 
Regional Medical Center for treatment.

Officer went to the male subjects residence 
and gave the male subject the Drug 
Overdose Immunity Form for him to follow 
up on.



Ptl. French




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182544
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
JEFFERSON AVE / MAPLE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious vehicle. Officers 
spoke with a male subject who parked his 
vehicle so he could deliver phone books.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182545
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Speak To Officer

Officers spoke with a female subject about 
how to dispose of old medication. Officers 
explained about the medical drop box at the 
Police Department. The meds were 
properly placed in the box.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182546
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Harassment
826 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM 

Complainant: ANDREA KISTLER

Officer responded to the above location for 
a harassment complaint. The complainant 
advised that she and the father of her two 
children are split up and have been for quite 
sometime. She advised that he is constantly 
messaging her with harassing messages 
stating that he is going to take the children 
from her. The complainant was advised the 
laws pertaining to custody since nothing is 
set in place by the courts. 

Contact was also made with the male half 
and he was advised of the complaint. He 
was also explained the laws and the 
avenues he should take to prevent any 
further harassment reports.




Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182548
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Recovered Bicycle
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant brought in a childs bicycle she 
located at the above noted location. She 
advised that no one was around the area. 
The bike was in rough shape and missing a 
pedal, therefore may have been purposely 
left.


Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182549
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1645 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Report of a suspicious vehicle with all the 
doors and trunk open. Upon arrival, this 
officer spoke with the owner of the vehicle 
and found that he works with a property 
restoration group and he was working on 
the fence.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182550
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
313 S ELLSWORTH AVE
SLOVAK CLUB


Unit #1 Driver: HEATHER FLETCHER, 
Owner: MICHAEL FLETCHER , EAST 
PALESTINE, OH

Unit #2 Driver: ADAM TITTLE,LEETONIA, 
OH, Owner: DAVID TITTLE, ROGERS, OH 


Unit#1 was traveling westbound on W. 
Wilson and Unit#2 was traveling eastbound 
on W. Wilson when their drivers side mirrors 
struck each other. Minor damage was 
observed to both vehicles at the time of the 
accident.


Ptl.R.Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182552
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Recovered Bicycle
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A

Report of a bicycle left on the bike rack for 
approximately two months at the above 
noted location. The item was transported to 
this department for safekeeping pending the 
owner claiming it.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182553
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Fraud
939 JEFFERSON AVE SALEM

Complainant: CHERYL SIDDLE

Police responded to the 900 block of 
Jefferson Ave for a fraud report. The 
complainant stated she had an account 
opened up in her name that she did not 
authorize. The complainant gave her 
information and what she was able to obtain 
about the open account.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182554
Date Monday, April 30,2018
Animal Complaint
446 W FOURTH ST

Complainant: Porcha Beckley

Police responded to the 400 block of W. 4th 
St for an animal complaint. The complainant 
stated the neighbors dog has been running 
loose and comes into her yard at times. The 
neighbor was spoken to and advised of the 
city ordinance regarding the dog.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182555
Date: Monday, April 30,2018
Open Burning
207 Jennings

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Report of individuals burning trash at the 
above noted address. The Salem Fire Dept. 
extinguished the fire and explained the 
open burning laws to the residents.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182535
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Assist Perry Police
1420 BENTON RD

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

Officer responded to the 1400 block of 
Benton Rd. to assist Perry Twp. PD and 
after arriving found there was no further 
need to assist. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182536
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Assist Perry Police
1827 S LINCOLN AVE
GAS STATION


Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block 
of South Lincoln Ave to assist Perry 
Township. Upon arrival, officers found the 
scene was secure and no further assistance 
was needed. Officers then cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182537
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Intoxicated Driver
W STATE ST / DODGE DR SALEM

Complainant: GOSHEN TWNSHIP, PD 

Officer responded to the area of W State St. 
and the Salem City limits for a reported 
intoxicated driver. Officer checked the area 
and stood by, but was unable to locate the 
vehicle. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182538
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Intoxicated Driver
SOUTHEAST BLVD / FRANKLIN SALEM
PARKING LOT

Officers were dispatched to Southeast Blvd 
and Franklin Ave for a possible intoxicated 
driver. Officers were able to locate the 
vehicle and confirm that the driver was not 
impaired. The driver appeared to be having 
a medical/mental condition and was 
advised that a request for a drivers license 
examination would be issued.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182539
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
619 E PERRY ST SALEM 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E Perry Street for a report of a dispute. The 
anonymous caller informed dispatch that 
said subjects were walking eastbound 
towards Lincoln. Officers searched the 
area, had negative contact with said 
subjects and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182540
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Suspicious Object
510 AETNA ST

Complainant: DAWN HINKLE

Officers responded to 510 Aetna St. for a 
report of a grenade that was located at the 
back of the residence in a box.

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant, whom advised that her 
daughter, along with her friend found a 
cardboard box at the back of the vacant 
residence and looked inside the box. 

Upon opening the box they located a 
grenade, with the pin still in it. The 
complainant placed the grenade in the 
vacant home and contacted the police dept. 
Officers confirmed the presence of a 
grenade and notified the Youngstown Bomb 
Squad to respond. 

Contact was also made with the owner of 
the residence, who did confirm having a 
grenade inside the residence, but that it 
was not supposed to be outside. He 
advised the house was dead bolted and 
that nobody should have been inside.

The home owner advised that the grenade 
was not live as he has had it apart before. A 
Lieutenant from the Bomb Squad arrived 
and confirmed that the grenade was not 
live. The Bomb Squad Lieutenant secured 
the grenade in his possession. 

Officers cleared the interior of the residence 
to assure nobody was inside and secured 
the residence best as possible. 

Photos were taken of the grenade and all 
officers cleared. I did contact the home 
owner back and advised him the outcome.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Monday, April 30, 2018
09:04 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182533
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Animal Complaint
1153 BUCKEYE AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 1100 block 
of Buckeye Ave for an animal complaint. 
Upon arrival, officers were notified by the 
complainant that a raccoon was walking 
around her property but had left shortly after 
talking to dispatch. 

Officers informed the complainant that we 
would continuously check on the property to 
see if the raccoon returns. 

Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182532
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
1700 BLOCK OF NORTH ELLSWORTH

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

While on patrol this off~cewr as flagged 
down in the 1700 block of North Ellsworth 
and advised of illegal dumping by the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to him had placed 
several cardboard boxes in his front yard. A 
name was found on the items in question 
and officers were unable to make contact 
with the persons

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



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182526
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Barking Dog
940 HOME CR

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
Home Circle for a report of barking dogs. 
On arrival officers monitored the area for 
several minutes. Officers located the 
animals in question and spoke with there 
owner. The owner was advised of the 
complaint and further advised to bring the 
animals inside. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182527
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
1364 S LINCOLN AVE 3 SALEM

Complainant: MARJORIE SMITH

Officers responded to the 1300 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. for a possible criminal 
damaging report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated that she had 
noticed a small scratch on he passenger 
side window. She stated that she just 
wanted a report on file and that she had just 
noticed it today as she has not driven the 
vehicle in a few days 

Officers documented the damage and 
cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182528
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Fraud
1230 SOUTHEAST BLVD 14 

Complainant: TALITHA GROFF

Officer spoke to the complainant on station 
in regards to a fraud report. The 
complainant stated that she was in the 
process of putting a down payment on an 
apartment in the North Canton area. She 
stated that she used the Salem Walmart 
"Walmart 2 Walmart" machine to transfer 
money to the subject. Upon transferring the 
money the complainant stated that the 
subject disconnected their phone and was 
unable to be contacted by the complainant



Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182530
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
951 SUMMIT ST SALEM 

Complainant: RANDALL THOMAS

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a civil matter. Upon 
arrival, the complainant advised he has had 
property line issues will all his neighbors 
and recently had a survey done. The 
complainant stated that a string was cut that 
connected the property stakes and he 
believes it was a neighbor. The complainant 
was advised to contact this Dept if there are 
additional problems.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182531
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

ARA HELEN SMITH, SOUTH RANGE 
SALEM, OH 

Officers responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St. for reported shoplifter(s). After an 
investigation it was determined to summons 
rather than an arrest for the violation and 
the suspect was advised of the summons 
process. Officers cleared without incident

Ptl. M. Garber 908

Sum: Helen E Smith DOB:1964 of 10359 W 
South Range Rd. Salem Ohio
Charge: Theft


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Salem Police STORY #: 20182525
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 
STATE ST / N LUNDY AVE 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

ARA ANTHONY SMITH, OAK ST SALEM, 
OH

While on patrol officer did smell the scent of 
marijuana coming from a vehicle on N 
Lundy Ave near E State St. Officers did 
make contact with the vehicles occupants 
and a probable cause search did yield 
marijuana in the vehicle and on a 
passenger. 

A male was cited for possession of 
marijuana. Another item located in the 
vehicle was seized and will be sent to BCI 
for further testing.


Cited: Anthony R. Smith
DOB: 1999
Address: 21 04 Oak St. Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)



PTL GARBER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182524
Date: Sunday, April 29,2018
Traffic Offense
780 W STATE ST

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 


Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
in the 700 block of W. State St. for a 
speeding offense that occurred on State St. 
During the stop, officer conducted a 
consent search on the vehicle. The driver 
was ultimately issued a verbal warning for 
the speeding offense and sent on his way. 
Officer cleared.



Sgt. 0. Smith 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182523
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Traffic Offense
968 E STATE ST


Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle. During the stop the K9 officer 
did respond and K9 Simon did indicate to 
narcotic odor. The driver was ultimately 
issued a written warning for the offense.



Ptl D Beeson




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182521
Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Traffic Offense
175 W STATE ST

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officers on patrol stopped to talk with a 
motorist in the 100 block of W State St. and 
found the driver operating the vehicle to be 
under suspension. Officer found the 
passenger of the vehicle was also not a 
valid driver and the owner was contacted. 
The driver was cited as well as the owner of 
the vehicle and officers cleared without 
incident.


Ptl. M. Garber 908


Cited: Joshua J Gatewood DOB:1990 of 
LKA: 182 N Union Ave. Salem Oh
Charge: DUS CCMC date of 5-3-18


Cited: Kacey D Green DOB:1988 of 182 N 
Union Ave. Salem Oh
Charge: Wrongful entrustment CCMC Date 
of 5-3-18



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182520
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Person To Be Removed
496 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM 
BAR / NIGHT CLUB 


Officers responded to a person(s) to be 
removed complaint in the 400 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. and upon arrival found the 
subjects already departed the business. 
Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182519
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
1755 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: PERRY, PTL 
-- -- -- - - - -
ARA SHANNON PAGAN, N ELLSWORTH 
AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
-- - -- - - - - - - -- - --

Officers responded to the 1700 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for a warrant arrest. The 
female subject was taken into custody and 
transported to the Salem Police Dept. The 
female subject processed and booked and 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Shannon Pagan
DOB: 1974
Address: 1755 N Ellsworth Ave, Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Charge: Endangering Children ORC 
2919.22(C)(1), OVI ORC 4511.19A1a, 
Reasonable Control 4511.202A



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182518
Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Dog At Large
900 BLOCK OF W PERSHING

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 900 blk of W. 
Pershing for a report of a dog at large. 
Upon arrival, officer located the dog but was 
unable to secure it due to the dog running 
off. Contact was made with the Humane 
officer and she was advised of the 
complaint.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182517
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
446 AETNA ST SALEM

Complainant: TAMMY MARTIN

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Aetna St for a dispute between a male and 
a female. The female subject had left the 
residence and met officers down the road. 
The male subject stated him and his 
girlfriend got into an altercation and she left 
to go home. 

Neither party wanted to pursue charges and 
personal belongings were returned to the 
female subject.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182515
Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Fight
2350 E STATE ST D


Officers responded to the 2000 block of E 
State St for a fight in progress. Officers 
spoke to both parties and watched 
surveillance footage. Officers then issued 
both parties a minor misdemeanor citation 
for disorderly conduct

Neither party wished to pursue assault 
charges. Officers then cleared without 
further incident.


Cited: Randi A Baun
DOB: 1969
Address: 11545 Detwiler Rd, Columbiana 
OH 44408
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (MM)


Cited: Larry J Mcelhaney
DOB: 1951
Address: 9070 Otttawa Trl, Negley OH 
44441
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (MM)



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182514
Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Intoxicated Driver
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Officers responded to the area of S. 
Ellsworth Ave. and Pershing St. for a 
reported intoxicated driver traveling north 
on S. Ellsworth Ave. Officers located the 
vehicle, conducted a traffic stop on the 
vehicle, finding the driver was not impaired, 
did have a weapon in the vehicle and did 
not have a valid license. 

Officers explained Ohio gun/CCW laws to 
the driver to ensure he was legally carrying 
firearms. The driver was cited and had a 
valid driver pick him and his vehicle up on 
scene. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908


Cited: George D. Kanada DOB:1974 of 
4746 E. Skyline Dr. #48 Laramie, WY
Charge: No OL, CCMC date of 5-15-18



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182475 Salem
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Assault
2823 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: KRISTINA MISHLER

Officers spoke with a complainant at Salem 
Police Dept about an assault that had 
occurred the previous night. The 
complainant explained that a verbal 
altercation had occurred between herself 
and a female subject. Before both parties 
separated the complainant explained that 
the female subject spit in her face before 
leaving the area.

Investigation Pending.


Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182504
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N HOWARD AVE / W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Unit 1 1998 Chevy Cavalier
driver/owner: Tyler Hlavcak
tow: Kaiser


Unit 2 2012 Jeep Wrangler 
driver/owner: Tina Kazee 
tow: Sinsley's

Unit 3 (parked motor vehicle)
2016 Cadillac SRX
owner: Stadium GM insured:


Unit 1 was beginning to proceed thru his 
green light traveling southbound on N. 
Howard at State. Unit 2 failed to stop for the 
red light as she was going westbound. Unit 
2 struck unit 1 in the left front corner, 
spinning unit 1 around and onto the 
curb/sidewalk on the north side of W. State 
St., and then into a parked motor vehicle 
(unit 3) in the Stadium GM lot. 

A witness following unit 2 claimed the traffic 
control light had turned red for unit 2. 

Both drivers refused medical 
attention/treatment. Photos taken of the 
units involved and scene. Driver of unit 2 
charged with traffic control device.



Ptl. Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182496
Date: Saturday, April 28,201 8
Assist Perry Police
990 W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer was requested to assist Perry Twp. 
PD in the 900 block of W State St. Officer 
arrived assisted and cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908



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Sunday, April 29, 2018
08:07 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20182513
Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Disabled / Stuck MY
E STATE ST / N UNION AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to E State St and 
N Union Ave for a call of a disabled vehicle. 
Officers arrived,collected information from 
the vehicle, driver and then stood by until 
Kaiser's Towing Company took the vehicle. 
Officers then cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182511
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
780 W STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
West State St. for a reported dispute. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that the father of 
her children had came into her place of 
employment and started yelling at her. 
Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182510
Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Child Custody Dispute
509 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM

Complainant: JACOB BROWN

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a child custody 
report. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised he was at his ex girlfriend's house 
to pick up their children. The complainant 
stated he did not feel she was being a 
responsible parent. The complainant was 
advised to contact an attorney about 
obtaining a custody agreement.



Sgt. K. Toy 



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20182509
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Theft
492 OHIO AVE

Complainant: ROBERT FUSON

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported theft. 
Upon arrival, the complainant stated some 
items he had in a shed and a riding mower 
were missing. The complainant further 
advised a rear door to the residence was 
damaged. The complainant believes the 
damaged to the door occurred between 
04/12/18 and time of complaint.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182507
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Accidental Damage
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: ROGER JARRELL, 
HANOVERTON, OH 44423

Officers spoke with a complainant on 
station regarding an accidental damage 
report that occurred earlier in the weel. the 
complainant stated that he had, had car 
problems and parked it in the WalMart 
parking lot. He stated that he called Triple 
AAA and left the vehicle sitting in the 
WaCMart parking lot. Once the Tow 
company arrived at the Complainants 
residents he noticed damage done to the 
vehicle that he stated was not there prior to 
the tow. 

The complainant stated that he just needed 
a report on file for insurance reasons.



Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182501
Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Deliver Message
645 E STATE ST
CLOTHING STORE

Complainant: CASTO, LT 

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E. State St. for a zoning complaint. Officers 
were advised of signs posted on utility poles 
that needed to be removed. Officers made 
contact with the store owners who stated 
that they would remove the signs. Officers 
then cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182505
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK G SALEM
PARKPLAYGROUND

Complainant: TED INGLEDUE

Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Superior for a verbal altercation. Officers 
spoke to the complaiant who stated that it 
was an on going civil custody issue. 
Officers determined that nothing physical 
had occurred and that it was only verbal. 
Both parties were separated and officer 
cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182506
Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
W STATE (900 BLOCK) SALEM

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY 
SHERIFF

At the request of the County S.O. officers 
checked in the 900 block of West State St 
for a person with a active warrant for there 
arrest. Officers checked the are and were 
unable to locate the person in question. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182500
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem

Complainant: RICHARD PARRISH

Complainant on station to file a juvenile 
problem report. Complainant advised he 
was having issues with his girlfriends two 
7yrs old daughter acting inappropriate. 
Complainant did advise there is a case 
worker for the juvenile and he would be 
getting in contact with her Monday morning 
in regards to the issue.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182498
Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Suspicious Vehicle

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 800 block of W 
Pershing St for a suspicious vehicle in the 
parking lot. The complainant stated the 
driver may be impaired. Officers spoke with 
the passenger and driver of the vehicle. The 
driver performed a field sobriety test and did 
not appear to be intoxicated. The driver 
gave officers permission to search the 
vehicle but nothing was located inside the 
vehicle.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182497
Report Date: Saturday, April 28,2018
Fight
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Broadway Ave for a fight in progress. When 
officers arrived several subjects entered the 
business. The other subject that were 
standing outside stated that there was a 
verbal argument but nothing physical had 
occurred. No one inside the business would 
corporate and officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182495
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Traffic Offense
GEORGETOWN RD / PERSHING STREET

Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
on Georgetown Rd near Prospect St for an 
equipment violation. Upon speaking to the 
driver, officer had K9 Simon perform an 
open air sniff on the vehicle, subsequently 
K9 Simon did indicate to the presence of 
narcotic odor coming from the vehicle. 
Officers then performed a probable cause 
search of the vehicle but did not locate 
anything of significance. The driver was 
given a verbal warning for inadequate 
exhaust.


Ptl Walla 915



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182494
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Loud Persons
905 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fifth St in regards to a loud persons 
complaint. Officers arrived on scene and 
spoke to the suspected loud parties and 
advised them of the complaint. They 
advised that they would try to keep the 
noise down.

While on this call officer observed a parking 
violation at the residence, officer issued the 
driver a parking ticket for parking with left 
side to the curb.



Ptl Walla 915



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182493 
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Traffic Offense
175 W STATE ST

Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 

Officers initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
with a driver known to have a suspended 
drivers license. A K9 officer did stop and the 
K9 did indicate to narcotic odor. The driver 
was ultimately cited for the offense and 
Davidsons did tow the vehicle from the 
scene.



Cited: Joshua J Gatewood
DOB: 1990
Address: 1335 Cleveland Street, Salem OH 
44460 (LKA)
Charge: DUS - multiple


Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182492
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Intoxicated Person
992 PROSPECT ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Prospect St for an intoxicated female 
subject. The complainant advised that the 
female subject was exposing herself and 
breaking windows. The female subject was 
located in her driveway and was highly 
intoxicated. The female subject refused to 
corporate with officers and was taken into 
custody. The female subject started to 
become belligerent and was directly 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Sonya Phillips
DOB: 9-14-70
Address: 992 Prospect St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct ORC 
2917.11(B)(2)



Ptl. E. Perry - 912



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182491
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Dog At Large
DODGE DR / W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Dodge Drive and W Pershing Street for an 
aggressive animal at large complaint. 

Officers were unsuccessful in finding a dog 
or complainant in the area. Officers then 
cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182490
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1872 E STATE ST SALEM
RESTAURANT

Complainant: TYLER MORRISON

Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block 
of E State St for a report of a dispute. Upon 
arrival, officers were advised by the 
complainant that himself and another 
unidentified individual got into a verbal 
dispute. Officers received information, 
attempted to make contact with the other 
party but were unsuccessful. Officers 
informed the complainant to contact us 
again if any problem further arose. Officers 
then cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182489
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
412 W WILSON ST

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

While on patrol in the 400 blk of W. Wilson, 
officer observed a green truck parked at a 
closed business. The vehicle is also known 
to this officer to be associated with a 
subject who has an active warrant out of 
this county. 

Officer made contact with the male and 
female who advised the wanted subject left 
just prior to officers arrival. While
speaking with the owner of the vehicle, 
verbal consent to search the vehicle was 
granted. The female did advise this officer 
she had syringes in her purse. The female 
was detained and the search was 
conducted. Officers located several drug 
paraphernalia items in the vehicle and 
purse. Officers also located a cigarette pack 
on the center console of the vehicle with 
suspected narcotics in it. 

All items found were collected as evidence. 
Both the driver and passenger were taken 
into custody, transported to this station for 
the booking process and later transported 
to County Jail by this officer. Further 
charges pending lab results.


ARRESTED -Tracy A. Sarchione, D.0.B.- 
1977,  Alliance Ohio 44601
Charge- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
X21 Possession of Drug Abuse Instruments


ARRESTED - Paul F. Barnett, D.O.B.- 
1966, Beloit Ohio 44409
Charge- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182488
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Smoke Investigation
N LUNDY AVE / E FOURTH ST 

Complainant: DANIEL BELL

Officer responded to the 300 block of N 
Lundy Ave for a smoke investigation on a 
telephone pole. The complainant that the 
transformer had sparked several times 
during high winds. The fire department 
arrived on scene and advised they would 
watch the transformer for a few minutes but 
it appeared to be fine.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182487
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Accidental Damage
2487 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officers were dispatched to the 2000 block 
of E State Street for a complaint of 
accidental damaging. Upon arrival, officers 
noticed shopping cart returns on their sides 
due to inclement weather conditions. The 
complainant advised that due to strong 
winds, the shopping cart return had been 
thrown at the vehicle causing damage. 
Officers gathered information, took pictures 
and cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182486
Date: Friday, April 27,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road 
SULEA DR / W SEVENTH ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to W 7th St. and Sulea 
Dr. for a tree down. The tree was too large 
to be removed from the roadway and the 
Salem Street Department responded to 
remove the tree. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182485
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: LESLIE 

Officer took a report of a drive off from 
Smith Oil via phone. Complainant advised a 
red truck pumped $20.01 worth of gas at 
pump #4 and left without paying for it. The 
vehicle In question was not located



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182484
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Dog At Large 
516 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E State St for a lost dog call. The 
complainant was able to confirm a number 
on the dogs caller allowing dispatch to 
notify the owners. Officers stood by until the 
dog was retrieved and cleared without 
further incident.


Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182483
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: CHELSEA 

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
E State St for a report of a vehicle drive off. 
Upon arrival, officers were informed that a 
gold Buick pumped $25.10 worth of 
gasoline (9.656 gallons) and drove off 
without payment. The incident occurred on 
pump #5 at 5:17 pm. Officers gathered 
additional information and cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182482
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Criminal Damage To MV 
Friday, April 27, 2018

Complainant: JACKLYN SOLOMON

Officers were dispatched to the Salem 
Police Department for a report of criminal 
damaging. Officers were advised by the 
complainant that she was heading 
eastbound on W Pershing St when her front 
passenger side window shattered. The 
complainant also advised that she did not 
see anybody throw an object at her window 
nor did she see any suspicious activity. 
Officers took pictures and gathered 
additional information. Officers checked the 
immediate area and cleared without further 
incident.


Ptl. DeRose 920



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Saturday, April 28, 2018
09:55 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20182473
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Counterfeit Money
1872 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: RENEE GREENAMYER

Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block 
of E. State St. for a counterfeiting report. 
Officers arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant who provided the counterfeit 
currency. The complainant stated that they 
had received the counterfeit currency during 
the night but was unsure when. Officers 
recovered the counterfeit currency and 
cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182474
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH SALEM

Complainant: Anonymous

Officer(s) responded to the intersection of 
State and Ellsworth for a reported two 
vehicle accident. Unit # 1 had been 
traveling eastbound through the intersection 
of State St and Ellsworth when it was struck 
by unit # 2. 

The driver of unit # 2 had been traveling 
south in the 100 block of North Ellsworth 
when the driver failed to stop for the red 
light at the intersection of Ellsworth and 
State St. This action caused unit # 2 to 
strike unit # 1 in the side. 

There were no reported injuries and both 
vehicles were driven from the scene. the 
driver of unit # 2 was cited for Salem O.R.D. 
331.16A (F.T.Y. Intersection)



Unit # 1 / owner / Daley Excavating
driver / Eric Ellyson
vehicle / 1994 Kenworth


Unit # 2 / owner / P Renovations of Alliance
driver / Charles Ferrebee
vehicle / 2011 Ford



Ptl R Keister




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182476
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Ambulance Needed
584 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 500 
block of East 6th St for a reported medical 
emergency. On arrival officers stood by until 
the person in question was transported to 
the ER by ambulance. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182478
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
616 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: BANAR, PTL 

Officer on patrol located a disabled motor 
vehicle in the 600 blk of S. Lincoln. A tow 
truck was called but the owner was able to 
start the car before the tow arrived. Officer 
cleared. 


Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182480
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Disorderly / Irate Person 
315 ESTATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Complainant calling to speak with a officer 
about a disorderly patron at a business in 
the 100 block of North Broadway. The 
complainant stated that a person had been 
in the business and became irate. the 
complainant state that the man was yelling 
at other employees and had kicked the door 
of the business. 

Officers advised the complainant to call the 
station if the man was to return. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182481
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Child Custody Dispute
154 BENTON RD E SALEM

Complainant: JUSTIN SMOTHERMAN

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
Benton Rd for a reported custody dispute. 
On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
he was having issues concerning the 
custody of his daughter.

Officers advised the complainant that the 
issue was civil in nature. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182471
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Ambulance Needed
853 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM

Officer responded to the 800 block of 
Franklin Avenue for a medical issue 
involving a female subject. Officer made 
contact with the complainant who advised 
her grandmother had been drinking heavily 
and was passed out on the kitchen floor. 

First Responders and KLG Ambulance 
arrived and the subject was found to be 
highly intoxicated, but responsive. The 
subject was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182470
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Traffic Offense
E PERSHING ST / S BROADWAY SALEM


Complainant: MILLER, PTL

ARREST: JOSHUA DERENBURGER,  
ROGERS, OH 44455 

On 4/27/2018 officers performed a traffic 
stop on a vehicle on S Broadway Ave near 
E Pershing Street at approximately 0100 
hrs. The driver, Derik Caudill, was made 
aware of the reason for the stop which was 
for a headlight being out on the vehicle. 
Caudill was looking for his proof of 
insurance and the passenger, Joshua 
Connard Derenburger, was asked for his 
name. Derenburger then asked why officers 
were asking for his name and eventually 
gave the name of Eric Smith.

Due to the nervousness of both Caudill and 
Derenburger K-9 unit Argo was asked to do 
a sniff of the vehicle and there was a 
costive hit. After speaking with Derenburger 
further he finally gave officers his real 
name. Derenburger was then detained and 
ran through dispatch. Dispatch then advised 
that Derenburger had a Failure to Appear 
warrant out of Columbiana County as well.

Officers then did a search of the vehicle and 
produced drug paraphernalia, a crushed pill 
that Caudill stated was suboxone, and a 
plastic container with a clear liquid inside 
with a wax seal on top; these items will be 
sent down for testing for a possible charge 
at a later date.

Officers then arrested Derenburger for 
Obstruction of Official Business and Caudill 
was released with a Minor Misdemeanor 
citation for Drug Paraphernalia.


Arrestee: Joshua Connard Derenburger
Charge: Obstruction of Official Business


Cited: Derik Caudill
DOB: 1987
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
(Marijuana) ORD: 513.121



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182469
Date: Friday, April 27, 2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

Officer spoke with a bond agent at Salem 
PD who was searching for a wanted 
individual in Salem. There had been no 
recent dealings with the indivudal and 
officer was unsure of a current address. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182468
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
257 W WILSON ST SALEM


Complainant: CHEYANNE CHESTNUT

Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of 
W. Wilson Street for a juvenile problem. 
Officer responded and spoke with the 
complainant who advised she lives in the 
600 block of E. Third Street with her father 
and her fathers girlfriend who has three 
children. The complainant stated that one of 
the children, 15yoa male, had an argument 
with her father and left the house with out 
his mother knowing because his mother is 
sleeping due to being intoxicated. She 
stated that the juvenile came to a house 
near W. Wilson Street to stay the night, but 
the resident there called her and advised 
her that he could not be there. 

The complainant responded to the area and 
advised the juvenile was upset and 
punched her car window causing no 
damage.

Officer spoke with the juvenile who advised 
he does not get along with his mothers 
boyfriend and that he had just recently 
yelled at him for no reason. He stated he 
did not want to be at the house anymore so 
he left. 

Officer transported the juvenile back home 
and spoke with his mothers boyfriend who 
advised he did tell the children to go to bed 
because it was late and the male juvenile 
did not like it. 

I advised both of them to stay in separate 
areas for the night. All parties advised there 
was no physical violence.




Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182467
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Dog At Large
515 PROSPECT ST B

Complainant: MILLER, PTL

On 4/26/2018 officers spotted a dog in the 
500 block of Prospect Street at large. When 
officers tried to call the dog to them the dog 
then proceeded to take off. Officers then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182466
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Intoxicated Person
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST

Officers responded to intersection of S 
Ellsworth Ave at E Pershing St for a report 
of a male individual leaning against a pole. 
The caller was concerned that the individual 
was intoxicated and might fall into the 
street. Prior to officer arriving, an 
acquaintance of the individual had already 
stopped and assisted him in into his nearby 
residence.



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182465
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Ambulance Needed
387 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the 300 block of S 
Broadway Ave in reference to an unknown 
medical issue. Complainant advised that he 
was having trouble breathing and dispatch 
advised of a possible heart problem. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene. The subject was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182463
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Suspicious Activity
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officer observed both the male and female 
in the above area and observed them to be 
arguing. After making contact they advised 
that they were okay and stated that the 
female was upset about something on 
social media. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182462
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
W STATE ST / SHARP AVE 

Officer was dispatched to the W State St 
overpass in reference to a juvenile problem. 
complainant advised of two juveniles that 
were walking along the railing on the bridge. 
Officer made contact with the juveniles and 
advised them not to walk on the railing for 
safety reasons. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police STORY #: 20182461
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1823 CLEVELAND ST 

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Police responded to the 1800 block of 
Cleveland Ave. to check for a female 
subject who had an active warrant Out of 
Columbiana County. Officers were able to 
locate the female and place her in custody. 
The female was transported to the Salem 
Police Department and later released to the 
Columbiana County SO.



Arrested: Emily A. Potts
DOB: 1987
Offense: Warrant (Theft)



Reporting:Ptl Brooks




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Salem Police STORY #: 20182460
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
518 E FIFTH ST 1/2 

Complainant: Anonymous

Police responded to the 500 block of E. 
Fifth St. to speak to a complainant The 
complainant advised officer that while her 
13 year old step son was at the duck pound 
another kid pushed him to the ground 
several times 

The matter is under investigation



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Friday, April 27, 2018
07:48 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY lncident #: 201 82457
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Civil Matter
663 ARCH ST

Complainant: DONNA ROHRER

Complainant on station reference a possible 
civil matter. Complainant advised that she 
sold a truck to a male subject. He had paid 
for most of the vehicle and then quit paying. 
Complainant advised that she believes that 
he some how got the title in his name but is 
unsure if that happened or not? 

Complainant was advised to contact an 
attorney due to this being a civil issue.



Ptl Miller




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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182459
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Assist Perry Police
SR 45 / 62 BYPASS

Complainant: TWP, PERRY 

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and stood by with Perry Unit@) assisting in 
the search for a male subject possibly with 
a shot gun walking in the area pointing it 
around. K-9 Officer Larosa & K-9 Argo were 
on scene for the search of the woodslfield 
area.

Officer(s) checked a white colored 
Chevrolet pick up truck Ohio registration, 
GEW2636 the male owner/operator was 
cleared. No other male was found in the 
area. Officer(s) cleared.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182458
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Check Well Being
807 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a child in the roadway. Officer 
arrived on scene and observed no child in 
the roadway but in their yard playing. 
Officer spoke with the parent about the 
complaint as she advised that they had 
crossed the street to get to the neighbors.



Ptl LaRosa



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182453
Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
410 COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
an unruly juvenile. Officers spoke with 
father of the juvenile who didn't want to go 
to school This has been an ongoing issue 
with the juvenile The school resource 
Officer was notified of the matter.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182456
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
743 HIGHLAND AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a burglary, multiple items were 
stolen from the residence the matter is 
under investigation



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182432
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Dog At Large
821 E THIRD ST

Report of a dogs at large in the above area 
Upon arrival, the owner of the animals was 
located and she advised that they had got 
out accidentally She advised that it would 
not happen again and this officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182452
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
563 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: JEANA BARHAM

Traffic Crash Report


Unit #1: PARKED  2004 Chevrolet SW 
Blazer Brown in color
Owner: Linda K. Motherwell 552 Woodland 
Ave Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: PARKED 2014 Jeep SW Cherokee 
Grey in color
Owner: Jeana A.. Barham 563 Woodland 
Ave Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #3: UNKNOWN (Heavy damage to the 
right front cornerlquarter area) (Ford)



Unit #1 was parked on the west side of 
Woodland facing south in the 500blk. Unit 
#2 was also parked on the west side of 
Woodland facing south in front of Unit #1.

Unit #3 came south bound striking Unit#1 in 
the left drivers door and quarter area along 
with taking the out side mirror off.

Unit #3 continued south bound striking Unit 
#2 in the left rear area pushing Unit #2 
approximately 10 feet south.

Unit #3 then fled the scene backing up 
north bound on Woodland (head lights) as 
seen from an out side security camera from 
a local residence across from the scene. No 
one injured at scene.




Ptl. French




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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182442
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
N LINCOLN AVE / E SECOND STREET


Complainant: TRACY KIBLER


Officers responded to the intersection of E 
Second St and N Lincoln Ave in reference 
to a hitlskip traffic accident involving a 
tractor trailer. 

Complainant advised that the truck was 
travelling east bound on E Second St and 
made a right turn south bound onto N 
Lincoln Ave. Complainant reported that the 
truck hit a stop sign and a light post, 
resulting in the glass shattering onto the 
ground. Officers attempted to locate the 
truck, but it had already left the area.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182443
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION 

Complainant: OIL, SMITH 968 E STATE ST

Report of drive off at the above gas station. 
Complainant advised of a blue Chevy 
Impala that had pumped $31.85 worth of 
gasoline on pump #6 and then left west 
bound on E State St without rendering 
proper payment. No other information was 
gathered in regards to the vehicle.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182444
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Speak To Officer
339 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

Complainant: CHRISTINA MINGER

Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a speak with officer 
report. Complainant advised that she was 
receiving unwanted text messages from 
one of the female subjects. Complainant 
advised that a video was also sent from one 
of the male subjects stating that he wanted 
to fight a male friend of the complainants.

Officers advised that contact would be 
attempted to speak with the subjects about 
the incident. The subjects were unable to 
be located.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182445
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Attempted Suicide
157 W SEVENTH ST

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
W Seventh St in reference to an attempted 
suicide. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that his girlfriend's 
15 year old daughter had tried to commit 
suicide by cutting her wrists. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene. Officer spoke with 
the juvenile who advised that she had been 
called a vulgar name by another female 
juvenile in school, which led her to harm 
herself. 

Officer was also made aware that the two 
juveniles have been against each other for 
a while now. 

Officer spoke with the parents of the other 
female juvenile as well, who advised that 
they were aware of the issue and that the 
Salem City School District was already 
made aware of the hostility between the 
juveniles. The juvenile was ultimately 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center for evaluation and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182447
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Dog At Large
927 W WILSON ST


Complainant: THOMAS BARRETT

Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of 
W Wilson St in reference to a dog at large. 
Complainant advised that a dog was loose 
in the area and approached his vehicle to 
where he could not get out. 

Officers located the dog in the area, but 
could not catch it. Officer spoke with the 
female who was dog sitting and she 
advised that the dog had gotten out by 
mistake. She advised that he would come 
back to the residence once he wasn't being 
chased.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182448
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Animal Complaint
1242 MAPLE ST

Complainant: ROBERT QUINN

On 4/25/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 700 block of Washington Ave in regards 
to a dog being left out in the cold. 

Upon arrival officers went to the house the 
complainant advised the dog was located at 
and had negative contact with any dog nor 
owner. Officers then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police De~artment Incident #: 
20182449
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Structure Fire
468 FAIR AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 400 block of Fair 
Ave in reference to a structure fire. Upon 
arrival, officers found a shed to be on fire 
and the Salem Fire Department responded 
shortly after. Officers stood by for traffic 
control while the FD put out the fire. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran


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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182451
Date: Thursday, April 26,2018
Suspicious Person 
1200 BLOCK OF JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 


On 4/26/2018 officers observed a white 
male subject in the 1200 block of Jennings 
Ave wearing mostly black clothing and a 
back pack at approximately 0300 hrs. 
Officers then went out with the subject and 
spoke with him in regards to why he was 
out this late. After speaking with the subject 
in question it was determined that there was 
no crime taking place and the subject was 
allowed to head on his way. Officers cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Thursday, April 26, 2018
06:58 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182440
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Civil Matter
975 W WILSON ST A

Complainant: BRITTANY SMITH

Officer responded to the 900 block of W 
Wilson St with the complainant in reference 
to a civil matter. Per a court order, 
complainant needed officers to stand by at 
the residence while she removed her 
belongings. Officer stood by until the 
process was completed. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182439
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Accidental Damage
1200 E SIXTH ST B

Complainant: MILLER, PTL

School administration advised that Unit #1 
was backing out of a parking space when 
he struck the corner of bus 16 (Unit #2). No 
damage was done to bus 16 (Unit#2) and 
slight damage was done to Unit #1. Unit #1 
did leave and the school administration only 
wanted the incident documented at this 
time.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182438
Date Wednesday, April 25,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
1200 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

(4/25/2018 15:19:00 By: 144) WHITE 
DODGE TRUCK PARKED ON SIDEWALK
(4/25/2018 15:19:42 By: 144) PRP:: 330-
550-7884
(4/25/2018 15:27:42 By: 144) IT IS BEING 
MOVED


Ohio registration, FIC9432 was found 
parked partially across the side walk and in 
the yard area blocking the side walk as kids 
were leaving school.

The male at the resident / owner came out 
and moved the vehicle. He was apologetic 
but advised he had moved it for his 
neighbors who were working in the back 
and coming in and out of the drive.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182437
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Neighbor Dispute
580 CONTINENTAL DR A SALEM

Complainant: DAWN HOWE

Report of a neighbor dispute at the above 
location. Upon arrival, complainant advised 
that for the past couple of days the kids and 
parents stand on her property in the 
morning waiting for the bus. Complainant 
advised that this has been an ongoing 
problem and just wanted the incident 
documented in case the problem continue.



Ptl. R. Miller



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182435
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
S LINCOLN AVE / SOUTHEAST STREET

Officers responded to the above location for 
a parking complaint. Officers observed a 
work truck with a trailer and work cones and 
lights on the vehicle at the S bend. Officers 
made contact with two male subjects who 
were working on the sewers via a manhole 
entry. Officers just made the subjects aware 
of the complaint, they said the would watch 
and if traffic picked up they would direct 
traffic.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182434
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
821 E STATE ST SALEM 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with employee(s) down stairs and up 
stairs who advised they did not know of any 
one injured and walking around the 
building. Officer checked and found no one 
tall, skinny, wearing a jacket in his 20's 
injured.



Ptl. French




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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182433
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Fraud
2100 MONROE ST 29

Complainant: CASTO, LT 

Reporting officer made contact with a 
female subject at the above location in 
regards to a possible welfare check after 
reporting officer had been contacted by 
Giant Eagle over the recent purchases 
made by the subject.

Reporting officer spoke to the subject who 
was advised why reporting officer was there 
and the concerns that Giant Eagle had. The 
female subject stated that she had met 
someone on line and was requested to 
send them money on ltunes to a location 
outside of the United States. Reporting 
officer advised the subject that she had 
been scamed and not to send any more 
money. The subject was also advised to 
contact her credit card company to freeze 
the account in case she may have given 
them the account number and to delete any 
further contact with subjects on Facebook.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182432
Date: Wednesday, April 25,2018
Dog At Large
821 E THIRD ST


Report of a dogs at large in the above area. 
Upon arrival, the owner of the animals was 
located and she advised that they had got 
out accidentally. She advised that it would 
not happen again and this officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. R. Miller




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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182424
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
925 E STATE ST SALEM
CHURCH

Complainant: JOHN SEDDON

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
E State St for a property dispute. Officers 
made contact with the complaint who 
advised his roommate was not following 
guidelines for using his vehicle. The 
complainant wanted his vehicle returned.
 
Officers made contact with the roommate 
retrieved keys to the complainants vehicle. 
The complainant was advised of the 
eviction process. Officers cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182427
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Identity Theft
459 S UNION AVE

Complainant: CASEY HUFFMAN

Officer took a responded to the Salem 
Police Department to take a report over the 
phone for a identity theft report. The 
complainant advised that several years ago 
someone had used his information to get 
Direct TV and never paid for the services. 
He stated that he recently ran a credit 
report and found the information. 

The complainant requested a report on file 
for Direct TV and advised he would fill out 
written statements about the incident. This 
matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182430
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
367 W NINTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
9th for a warrant check, upon arrival officers 
made contact with the subject in question 
and the warrant was confirmed. The subject 
was taken into custody, transported to this 
station for the booking process, and later 
released to the CCSO.



Arrested:  Joseph M Smith
DOE 1985
367 W 9th St, Salem OH 44460
Charge- Warrant/Poss Dangerous Drugs



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Wednesday, April 25, 2018
08:41 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182409
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Suspicious Vehicle

Complainant: TOY, SGT

While on patrol, officer observed a female 
sleeping in a vehicle at the rear of the 
station. Officer checked on her and found 
everything was fine.


Sgt. K. Toy 



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182411
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Possible Scam
553 3 FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: TEONA BRINK

Complainant on station in reference to a 
possible scam. The complainant advised 
she received a call from the IRS. Officer 
explained the IRS does not contact via calls 
and to disregard the message.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182412
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Menacing / Threats
625 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Juvenile resident reported being threatened 
by other juveniles. Matter under 
investigation. 


Banar901



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182413
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Open Container In Public
W PERSHING ST / S HOWARD 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol at the intersection of W. 
Pershing St. and S. Howard Ave. observed 
a subject with an open container walking 
down the sidewalk from a residence. Officer 
stopped and spoke with the subject who 
upon noticing the error he had made 
disposed of the beverage. 

Due to the level of cooperation and short 
distance traveled no citation was issued 
and officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182414
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Suspicious Person
2229 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 2200 block of 
East State St for report of a man acting in a 
suspicious nature. On arrival officers 
located the man in question and spoke with 
him. The man was identified and advised of 
the complaint. Officers did not observe any 
violations. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182415
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
2800 BLOCK OF E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a disabled vehicle. 
Upon arrival, officers stood by until AAA 
towing removed the vehicle.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182419
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Animal Complaint
795 E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
East 3rd St for a reported dog at large. On 
arrival officers located the animal in 
question in the 700 block of East 3rd St. 
The animals owners were in the process of 
attempting to catch him. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182420
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART


Unit #1,  Driver/Owner: PRISCILLA 
HARVEY , GIRARD, OH

Unit #2,  Driver BABY LYN DUNN,SALEM, 
OH : ROBERT DUNN , ROGERS, OH


Officers were dispached to a private 
property accident located at the above 
stated location. Officers were informed that 
unit #1 was backing out of a parking space 
striking unit #2. Unit #2 was also found to 
be heading in the wrong direction of travel 
through the parking lot. Officers gathered 
information and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182423
Date: Tuesday, April 24,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
PENN AVE / E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer issued parking ticket for a blue F150 
parked left side to curb in 100 blk of Penn 
Ave., was in violation of parking ordinance. 



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182386
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
580 CONTINENTAL DR A SALEM

Complainant: DAWN HOWE

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Continental Dr. for a juvenile complaint. 
Officers met with the complainant who 
stated she was having problems with young 
kids standing in her driveway while they 
waited for the bus stop. The complainant 
also explained that the juveniles come onto 
her property screw around with her dog. 
The complainant stated that her landlord 
advised her to make the report in case 
anything happened. The complainant also 
advised that the school had been notified of 
the issue.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182387
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Public Assist
291 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM
AUTO SALES LOT

Complainant: TINA GILBERT

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block 
S. Lincoln Ave. for a public assist report. 
Officers spoke with the complainant who 
was able to get the door to their store 
unstuck with the key. Officers cleared when 
they were no longer needed.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182389
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Barking Dog
1439 BUCKEYE CR


Complainant: KEISTER, PTL 

While on patrol officer's were flagged down 
in the 1400 block of Buckeye Circle and 
advised of barking dogs.

Officer's attempted to make contact at the 
residence in question but were unable to 
speak with anyone.

Officers left a red warning on the door of the 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182390
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Assist Other Agency
763 E STATE ST

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

K9 Simon was requested by an OSP post 
15 trooper in the 700 block of E State St. K9 
Simon did indicate to the presence of 
narcotic odor on the free air sniff of the 
vehicle and officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182391
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Check Well Being 
937 S LUNDY AVE SALEM

Complainant: COLUMBIANA, POLICE 

At the request of the Columbiana Police 
Dept officers responded to the 900 block of 
South Lundy to check on the wellfare of a 
city resident. On arrival officers were able to 
make contact with the person in question 
who stated they were fine. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182392
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Menacing / Threats
193 W EIGHTH ST

Complainant: ALICIA CRAIG

Complainant advised that a female showed 
up at her residence and made threats 
towards her. Complainant stated words 
were exchanged and then the female 
departed the area. Complainant was 
advised to contact this department 
immediately if the female returns.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182393
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST F SALEM

Complainant: NANCY HELMAN, E 
ROCHESTER, OH 

Complainant on station to report she was 
parked in the above lot facing eastbound 
and her vehicle sustained damage on 
04/20/18 at approximately 1300hrs. 
Unknown if the damage was caused by a 
vehicle or other methods.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182394
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Check Well Being
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM

Officers checked for a female slumped over 
a steering wheel of a parked car in the 
Walmart parking lot in row 6. A black 
trailblazer was checked and found empty. 
The license plate and description matched, 
officers cleared without further call back. 



Banar901



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Salem Police Delsartment lncident #: 
20182395
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
500 BLOCK OF CONTINENTAL SALEM

Complainant: FRANK MARTIN

Complainant contacted this department 
about a dispute he had with a female while 
picking up his kids from their bus stop. 
Officer advised the complainant to cease all 
further contact and I would advise the 
female the same.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182399
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Dog Bite
905 W PERRY ST

Complainant: WILLIAM STARK

Officer responded o the 900 blk of W. Perry 
St. for a dog bite report. Complainant 
advised that while w alking his dog in his 
yard, the neighbors dog came onto his 
property and attacked his dog. The 
complainants dog did suffer injuries to its 
neck and right hind leg. The complainant 
advised he was going to the vet to get it 
checked out.

Officer attempted contact at the neighbors 
but was unable too do so at the time of the 
incident. A short time later the neighbor 
called this station and advised she was at 
Adamsons Vet Clinic with her dog. 

Contact was made and the owner of the 
dog in question who advised she was 
having the dog euthanized due to today's 
incident, along with prior incidents of the 
dog being aggressive. Officer did contact 
the complainant and made him aware
of officers findings.


Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police De~artment Incident #: 201 
82400
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
200 E SECOND ST K

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of E 
Second St for drug paraphernalia item 
located in the parking lot.

Officers collected the item and properly 
disposed of it at the Salem Police 
Department.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182401
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 

Officers were dispatched to Centennial Park 
for a complaint involving juveniles. Officers 
were flagged down by one juvenile 
informing us that she had trouble with other 
juveniles in the park. Officers spoke with all 
juveniles and cleared the scene without 
further incident.


Ptl. DeRose 



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182402
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2424 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 2400 block of E 
State St for a suspicious vehicle. The 
complainant advised a male subject was 
looking into closed businesses and 
provided a vehicle description. Officers 
located the vehicle and spoke with the male 
subject who advised he was from out of 
town and looking at the different places in 
town. 

The complainant was advised to visit the 
businesses when they were open.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182403
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Check Well Being
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: BILLIE TOMLIN

Officers responded to the playground near 
the duck pond in Waterworth Park for a 
check well being.

Complainant advised that she received 
messages from her ex boyfriend, which 
stated he was thinking about harming 
himself. 

Officers located the subject sitting on the 
playground. The subject did advise that he 
was thinking about harming himself. Salem 
Fire Dept. First responders and EMT 
Ambulance did arrive on scene and the 
subject was voluntarily transported to 
Salem ER for evaluation.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182404
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
968 E THIRD ST 3 SALEM

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

Officers responded to the 968 E. 3rd St. 
Apt.#3 for a warrant check. Upon arrival, 
contact was made with 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: Kirk Zamborsky
D.0.B.- 1969
968 E. 3rd St. Apt.#3
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge  Warrant- Possession. of 
Dangerous Drugs


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182405
Monday, April 23,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2362 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: POLLEY NICOLE

Officers responded to Wong's Buffet located 
at 2362 E. State St. after a female 
complainant, Nicole Polley called to report 
being a patron at the restaurant along with 
her family. Complainant advised that they 
had an issue with their food and that the 
employees told them to leave but after they 
took a photo of the food on their plate the 
employees allegedly locked them in the 
restaurant and would not let them leave. 

Upon arrival, officer found the door to not 
be locked, however all parties were still 
inside the restaurant. Officers separated the 
parties and spoke with them. The employee 
advised that they restaurant was near 
closing time and that they were not putting 
fresh food out on the buffet, but that they 
made the complainant and her family 
whatever they wanted and
that they were not happy with anything they 
brought out. 

The employee did admit to another 
employee locking the door briefly after the 
complainant and company appeared they 
were going to walk out without paying for 
their meal. 

The complainant advised that the 
employees told them to leave. The 
employees were also upset that the 
complainant took pictures of the food that 
they were not happy with. The complainant 
willingly on her own deleted the photos in 
front of the employee and they were sent on 
their way.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182406
Date: Monday, April 23,2018
Traffic Offense
N HOWARD AVE / W SECOND STREET

Complainant: PERRY, PTL 

Officers initiated a traffic stop on E Second 
St near N Howard Ave. The driver of the 
vehicle gave officers consent to search the 
vehicle. The driver was given a verbal 
warning for speed and an equipment 
violation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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www.westernreservenews.com

Monday, April 23, 2018
09:36 PM -0500

Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182375
Date: Sunday, April 22,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
780 W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: DALTON OSBOURN

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to an unattended juvenile. Officer 
made contact with the complainant , who 
advised that she observed the juvenile 
running over the bridge heading westbound 
with no adult supervision. The juveniles 
step father called in to report him missing 
but was then advised where the juvenile 
was located A relative of the juvenile came 
to the scene and took the juvenile home.



Ptl LaRosa




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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182376
Date: Sunday, April 22,2018
Suspicious Activity
170 ELM AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to Hotpoint Storage for a 
report of a male subject urinating near the 
buildings. Officer did locate the subject and 
evidence that he did urinate there. The 
subject was given a mm citation for public 
urinatior


Cited: Maston R. Mountz
DOB: 1991
Offense: Disorderly Conduct Public 
Urination ORD 509.03A6



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182377
Date: Sunday, April 22,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E EIGHT


Officer responded to the area of Eighth St 
and N Ellsworth Ave for a report of a 
disabled vehicle. Upon arriving I observed 
several motorists had just stopped to push 
the vehicle out of the street. I assisted and 
the vehicle was pushed into a nearby 
parking lot. The driver advised the car had 
ran out of gas and the driver was awaiting 
an individual who was bringing fuel. I 
returned to the area a while later and 
confirmed that the drivers assistance had 
arrived with fuel. 

Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182378
Date: Sunday, April 22,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
291 N MADISON AVE SALEM

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

Police responded to the 200 block of N. 
Madison Ave. to check for a male subject 
with an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. Police were not able to locate the 
male.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182379
Date: Sunday, April 22,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1165 E THIRD ST C SALEM

Police responded to the I 100 block of E. 
3rd St for a possible dispute. Upon arriving 
both parties were separated

The female claimed to have been kicked in 
the back of the head. Medical responded 
and advised of no physical marks. The 
female refused to be transported to the 
hospital for further medical inspection. The 
male had no marks on his hands or feet 
indicating any physical violence. The female 
at that time was attempting to find a place 
to stay for the night.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182380
Date: Sunday, April 22,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
1256 MOUND ST


Complainant: JENNA DAILEY

Unit # 1  Owner JENNA DAILEY


Officer responded to the 1200 block of 
Mound St. to take a report of a hit skip. The 
complainant advised officer that while she 
was out of town her vehicle had gotten hit. 
Officer took photos of the damage and 
provided the complainant with the report 
number.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182381
Date: Sunday, April 22,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD SALEM

Complainant: ANDREW PIOTROWSKI

Officer responded to Holiday Inn Express 
parking lot for a suspicious vehicle. The 
complainant advised officer that a male 
subject was sitting in his vehicle with the 
parking lights on for several hours. Officer 
did locate the male who advised he was 
waiting on his friend to arrive so they could 
get a room.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police STORY lncident #: 20182383
Date Monday, April 23,2018
Speak To Officer
780 W STATE ST

Complainant: MATTHEW MCNEMAR

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer had bought a 
cell phone off an unknown male and that he 
is not able to activate it. The complainant 
wanted to know how to get his money back. 

Officer advised the complainant that he 
entered into a civil agreement with the 
person he bought the phone from and the 
matter was not criminal.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police STORY Incident #: 20182384 
Date. Monday, April 23,2018
Intoxicated Person
1267 CEDAR RIDGE DR D SALEM 

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge for an unknown problem. The 
caller did not speak very good English but 
had indicated a medical problem. 

Officer advised dispatch to go ahead and 
get Salem First Responders and an 
Ambulance on the way while officers were 
still enroute. 

Upon arriving, officers met with the male 
caller who indicated someone inside 
needed to go to the hospital. Officers 
subsequently made contact with his 
girlfriend inside. She spoke fair English and 
was able to communicate that she became 
ill after consuming alcoholic beverages, 
which resulted in her vomiting several times 
prior to officers arriving. This caused her 
boyfriend concern for her well being and he 
had called 911. 

Salem First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance arrived and after checking the 
female, found no injuries. The female 
individual seemed to be feeling better after 
having vomited and she declined any 
treatment or transport. She subsequently 
signed a refusal form for KLG personnel 
and all personnel cleared the scene. 


Sgt B Slider



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Monday, April 23, 2018
07:50 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182369
Date: Sunday, April 22,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: JASON GRINDLE

The complainant responded to this 
department for questions regarding a 
vehicle he is the cosigner for. He advised 
that the person he cosigned for has missed 
the payment. Complainant was advised it 
would be best to seek legal advice, due to 
the complaint being a civil issue.


Sgt. D. Green 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182370
Date Sunday, April 22,2018
Suspicious Substance
615 S LINCOLN AVE 4 SALEM


Officers along with Salem Fire Department 
responded to the above location for a report 
of a suspicious liquid left in a vacant 
residence. After an investigation officers 
deemed the liquid to be non hazardous, the 
liquid was disposed of.


Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182373
Date: Sunday, April 22,2018
Person Down
VINE AVE / E THIRD ST

Report of a female that had fallen outside of 
the above location. Officers responded and 
checked the apartments but she was not 
located. A neighbor advised that a male 
individual helped her up and they departed 
the area in a white vehicle.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182352
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Suspicious Object
S LINCOLN AVE / CEDAR ST SALEM 

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to the area of S. 
Lincoln Avenue and Cedar Street for a 
report of two baby strollers near the 
roadway with no one around. Officer 
responded and did not observe any baby 
strollers near the road. There were several 
children playing with toy strollers at Mullins 
Park with adult supervision.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182354
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Ambulance Needed
W STATE ST / JENNINGS AVE SALEM

Officers were dispatched to the top of the 
bridge on W. State Street for a medical 
issue involving a male subject.

Officers responded and found numerous 
vehicles stopped on the bridge and a male 
sitting on the sidewalk with blood on his 
face. Officers made contact with the male 
subject who was found to be a juvenile and 
he stated that he was just walking and 
started having a seizure. 

First Responders and an ambulance 
service responded. The juvenile was taken 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center. 

Officers provided traffic control until the 
scene was cleared.

The mother of the juvenile was contacted 
and advised.



Ptl. C. Crider 




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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182355
Date: Saturday, April 21,201 8
Shoplifter(s) 
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officer was dispatched to Walmart in 
reference to a shop lifting report. Asset 
Protection advised of a white male and 
female who had taken various Xbox 360 
video games and placed them into the 
female's purse before leaving the store. 

Asset Protection advised that the subjects 
had cut the plastic off of the video game 
cases, slipped the disc out of the case, and 
then place them into the purse. The 
subjects passed all points of sale without 
rendering payment. The matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182357
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Intoxicated Person
449 AETNA ST

Police responded to the 400 block of Aetna 
St for two male subjects highly intoxicated. 
The complainant advised his concerns of 
the two subjects and the possiblity of the 
situation becoming physical. Police spoke 
with both subjects who advised the situation 
was good. Once Police felt the situation 
was calm the scene was cleared without 
incident.


Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182358
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Ambulance Needed
449 AETNA ST SALEM


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Aetna where an intoxicated male individual 
had fallen in the back yard and struck his 
head. The individual was responsive to 
medical personnel and subsequently 
declined treatment or transport. 

KLG ambulance personnel advised the 
individual was fit to decline transport and 
the individual signed a refusal for treatment. 
Family members were also present to 
further care for the individual as needed.



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182359
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Person To Be Removed
1165 E THIRD ST C SALEM

Complainant: NORMAN SLEPER

Officers were dispatched to the 1100 block 
of E. Third Street for a person to be 
removed complaint. Officers responded and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
he let a female subject stay at his house for 
two weeks, maybe more, but there have 
been problems and he wants her to leave. 
The female subject stated she has lived at 
the apartment for two months and showed 
officers mail she receives there. 

The female subject stated that she will be 
moving out in two weeks. The complainant 
advised that he would need to evict the 
female if she did not leave on her own. The 
complainant advised he was not pleased 
and officers would most likely be
back at his residence soon.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182361
Date. Saturday, April 21,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
609 E FOURTH ST SALEM
GARAGE / SHED

Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of E 
Fourth St in reference to a breaking and 
entering/theft report. Victim reported that 
she was advised by a neighbor that he 
observed two Hispanic males break the lock 
on her shed, enter it, and take a pair of 
binoculars and a yellow jewelry box with 
miscellaneous jewelry. She advised that the 
witness stated that the two males then went 
back into their residence next door. The 
matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182362
Date. Saturday, April 21,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1165 E THIRD ST C

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E 
Third St for a verbal dispute. The male 
resident wanted his room mate out of the 
residence and officers had already 
explained the eviction laws and procedure 
during a previous visit. The female resident 
advised that the male individual had 
destroyed an extension cord and was 
advising him that she could not use the 
electric since he pays the bill. Officers again 
advised the male individual that until the 
female is evicted or voluntarily moves out, 
she is a resident and has every right to the 
utilities. 

Officers further advised that potential 
charges could result for damaging other 
persons property. 

The male individual advised he would 
purchase a new electric cord and the 
female individual declined to pursue the 
matter, stating she just wanted left alone. 
Officers advised both individuals to avoid 
any threats or violence and to stay away 
from each other. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182364
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Loud Persons

Officers responded to a noise complaint in 
the 800 block of E Fifth St. Officers located 
an outdoor birthday party being held at the 
rear of a residence. A parent supervising 
the party was advised of the complaint and 
requested to reduce the music volume. The 
parent advised that the guests would also 
be advised to be a little quieter. 


Sgt B Slider 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182366
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Intoxicated Person 
E PERSHING ST / S BROADWAY SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer observed three males walking north 
bound in the above area who appeared to 
be intoxicated, due to being unsteady on 
their feet. The males advised that they had 
been consuming alcohol and had just left a 
bar in the area. 

A cab was subsequently called for them and 
they were transported home to the 700 
block of Newgarden Ave. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182368
Date Sunday, April 22,2018
Assist Perry Police

Complainant: LaROSA, PTL 

Officer assisted Perry Township PD , who 
had arrested the subject for OVI. Officer 
administered the BAC Datamaster on the 
subject. The subject submitted to the test 
and was over the legal limit. Perry Township 
PD transported the subject back to their 
station to finish processing him.



Ptl LaRosa


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Sunday, April 22, 2018
09:26 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182337
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Graffiti (Spray Paint)
400 BLOCK OF PENNSYLVANIA SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
graffiti on the overpass bridge. Photos were 
taken and the proper agency is aware of the 
damage to have it removed.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182338
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Menacing / Threats
1376 S LINCOLN AVE 2

Complainant: PATRICIA KRIDLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of threats. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated she met a male 
subject on Face Book and he threatened 
harm to the complainant if she didn't send 
him itunes cards.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182340
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
MV Lockout Child Inside
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: AAA

Officers responded to the above location for 
a vehicle lockout with a child in the vehicle. 
Prior to Officers arrival the complainant 
broke the front passenger window out to 
unlock the vehicle to get to their child.


Ptl. M.Wirkner 9161



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182341
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Accidental Darnane
1313 JENNINGS AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle striking a mailbox 
sometime overnight, photos were taken.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182342
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF PENN AVE

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL 

Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
a white colored vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration FZH2146 parked on the west 
side of the road in the 100blk of Penn Ave 
(southwest corner) facing north bound left 
side to curb.

Officer issued a pink ticket to the vehicle 
#3489 for violation Left Side to Curb.

While placing the ticket on the vehicle the 
owner and passenger came out.

There was a handicap sticker in the 
window.

They advised that the passenger who was 
in a wheel chair could not get out of the 
vehicle the way the curbs are so they had to 
park like that to allow him access in and out 
of the vehicle.

They also noted there should be handicap 
parking there?

Officer advised them to come in and talk 
with the Chief about the ticket.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182343
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST


Unit #:1 2012 Kia SW Sedona Blue in color
Owner/Operator: John Krauss Salem, Ohio 


Unit #2: 2000 Chrysler 4s 300 Gold in color
Owner/Operator: John Bingham Salem, 
Ohio


Unit #1 was northbound on Sharp Ave. 
approaching the intersection of W. Wilson 
St. Unit #2 was eastbound on W. Wilson St. 
and failed to stop for the legally posted stop 
sign for the eastlwest traffic going out into 
the road way.

Unit #1 striking Unit #2 in the right side with 
it's front. No injuries reported at time of 
crash. Both Unit(s) towed by Kaiser.

owner/operator of Unit #2 was cited for Stop 
Sign violation 331.19 and given a court date 
of Thursday, 04-26-18 at 8:30 A.M. for the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.





Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182345
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Child Endangering
412 W WILSON ST

Complainant: CHARLES RISHEL

Report of a small female juvenile 
unattended in the area of the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
they observed the child wondering in the 
area with no supervision. A short time later, 
her somewhat older relatives came looking 
for her. 

Officer made contact at a residence at 285 
W. Pershing, where the child was staying. 
They were advised of the complaint and the 
dangers of the child wondering around. The 
child's Aunt advised that she just checked 
on her in the back yard playing prior to her 
wondering off.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182346
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Traffic Signal Malfunction
SOUTHEAST BLVD / E PERSHING 
SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the intersection of 
Southeast Blvd and E. Pershing for a traffic 
light malfunction. Police observed the traffic 
light functioning normal.


Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182348
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Assist Perrv Police 
1285 BEECHWOOD RD SALEM

Complainant: CCSO, JENNY

Complainant: Zach Sanford

Officers responded to the above location 
and assisted Officer Sanford while he took 
a male subject into custody who had an 
active warrant for his arrest for Failure to 
Appear in Columbiana County.

The male was taken into custody without 
incident and officers cleared.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182349
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2018
Person With A Knife
SUNSET 800 BLOCK Q
PARK PLAYGROUND

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with four juveniles (3 males/l female) 
they advised that three teenage males were 
in the west side of the woods from the dog 
park area looking for a dog.

They advised they would help. Black large 
dog red collar.

The one with curly hair and flip flops on 
pulled out a small knife and asked if they 
ever had food flipped on them?

The one juvenile male advised he felt kinda 
threatened because they had the knife and 
showed it to them.

NO threats were made towards the younger 
juveniles.

They then left with the males (teens) taking 
off to the west farther into the woods.

Officer located the males and they denied 
any such actions.

They claimed it was another group of teens 
that went another way.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182321
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Assault
423 S LUNDY AVE A SALEM

Police responded to the parking lot of 
Sparkle for a possible fight between 
juveniles. When Police arrived contact was 
made with the juveniles. Nothing physical 
had occured and the juveniles advised they 
were playing. 

Once everything appeared normal Police 
cleared and the juveniles left.



Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182322
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Animal Complaint
207 ROSEAVE SALEM


Complainant: JENNIFER AUSTIN

Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of 
Rose Avenue in reference to an animal 
complaint. Officer met with the
complainant who advised that while she 
was walking her dog in the area, another 
dog not on a leash came up to her and her 
dog on the sidewalk. 

The complainant advised that the other dog 
had been tied up in the back yard of a 
residence and a female let the dog in the 
house and the dog then came out the front 
door as she was walking past. The 
complainant advised that there was no 
incident with the other dog and no one was 
bit. 

Officer spoke with the owner of the dog who 
denied her dog getting out of the house with 
out a leash.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182323
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
2561 LEXINGTON AVE 43 SALEM

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officer responded to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Avenue to attempt contact with a 
female subject who had an active warrant 
out of the Columbiana County Sheriff 
Department. Contact was made with the 
female subject who was taken in to custody 
with out incident. She was transported back 
to the Salem Police Department for booking 
and released to a CCSO Deputy.

Arrested: Kayla Macklin 2561 Lexington 
Avenue Apt. #43 Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
1988)
Warrant - Failure to Appear on Disorderly 
Conduct



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182324
Date: Friday, April 20,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
914 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Pershing St in reference to multiple 91 I 
hang up calls from the same address. 

Due to the address being non existent, 
officers checked the surrounding area and 
made contact a few residences. Nobody in 
need was found in the area. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 912


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182325
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Stolen Vehicle 
400 LEGACY LN SALEM 
AUTO SALES LOT

Complainant: BENJIMAN BLACK

Officer met with a male complainant on 
station who advised he believed his vehicle 
was possibly stolen. The complainant 
advised that he picked his truck up at Wally 
Armour and his wife left her vehicle at the 
business while they went to Boardman, 
Ohio. The complainant advised that the 
business was closed when they got back, 
but his wife's vehicle was gone.

Contact was made with an employee of the 
business who advised that the vehicle could 
have been pulled in to the garage if it was 
found unlocked and was able to be started. 
The complainant responded back to the 
business and observed his vehicle inside 
the garage. An employee responded to 
unlock the doors so that the complainant 
could get his vehicle.


Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182326
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Check Well Being
631 E NINTH ST


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Ninth St for a well being check. Officer 
made contact and affirmed that the 
individual did not reside at that location. 
Salem PD Dispatch subsequently made 
contact with a family member and affirmed 
the individual no longer resided in the City. 

Dispatch forwarded the well being check to 
the Columbiana County Sheriffs Dept. 


Sgt B Slider




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182327
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Suspicious Activity
1887 MAPLE ST


Officers responded to the area of Maple 
and Adams after a resident reported 
someone had attempted to open a door on 
their residence. The immediate and 
surrounding areas were checked and 
nobody was observed. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police De~artment lncident #: 
20182328
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Child Custody Dispute 

Complainant: GINA WADE

Complainant on station in reference to a 
child custody dispute. Complainant advised 
that she and her daughter's father have a 
court order laying out the terms of the 
custody of their daughter. Complainant 
advised that the subject would not let her 
have their daughter for the weekend, 
despite the court order stating that this was 
her weekend to visit with her daughter. 

Complainant was advised to contact her 
attorney to handle the issue. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182329
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Ambulance Needed

Complainant: KATHLEEN NORWOOD

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
W. Seventh Street for an unknown medical 
problem. Officers responded and located 
the complainant in her garage with a male 
subject. They complainant advised that she 
had been drinking alcohol with her friend 
and he fell over and hit his head on the 
floor. The male subject was found to be 
highly intoxicated. 

First Responders and an ambulance 
responded and the male was voluntarily 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182331
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PARK AVE

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officer observed a male inside Centennial 
Park after closing hours. Officer made 
contact with the male to advise him of the 
complaint. He was advised of the park 
hours and sent on his way. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182332
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Suspicious Activitv
440 N BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Police responded to the 400 block of N. 
Broadway Ave. for a report of a suspicious 
person. The complainant advised officers 
that a male was standing near her back 
door. Officers checked the area, but were 
not able to locate anyone.


Ptl. Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182333
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Unattended Fire
284 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

While on scene in the 400 block of N. 
Broadway Ave. officer noticed a fire in the 
200 block of N. Broadway Ave. that was 
unattended. Officer was able to locate a 
male subject at the residence and have him 
put the fire out.

The male was given a warning for leaving 
the fire unattended.


Ptl. J.Brooks 


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182334
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Traffic Offense
300 BLOCK OF N Lincoln Ave


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 300 block of 
N Lincoln Ave in reference to an equipment 
violation. 

Upon investigation, it was learned that the 
driver had consumed alcohol prior to 
operating the vehicle. Officer conducted a 
brief test, but the driver was not found to be 
in violation of OVI. Officer had the driver's 
vehicle parked in a near by parking lot and 
gave him a voluntary transport to his home 
a few blocks away. The driver was afforded 
a warning for a license plate light violation. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 201 82335
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Person To Be Removed 
1026 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Officers responded to the 1000 block of E 
Fourth St for a report of a person to be 
removed who had allegedly threatened to 
harm themselves. Officers spoke with the 
individual, who was voluntarily intoxicated, 
and also spoke with three witnesses to the 
alleged threats. 

There had been a brief altercation prior to 
officers arriving and the male individual to 
be removed had sustained a bloody nose. 
The individual had also been drinking 
alcoholic beverages in combination with 
prescription medication. 

Salem First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance responded and the individual 
was voluntarily transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center for further 
evaluation. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182336
Date: Saturday, April 21,2018
Assault 
717 S LUNDY AVE SALEM 

Complainant: RICHARD PARRISH

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
S. Lundy Avenue for an assault. Officers 
responded and made contact with the 
complainant/victim who advised he was just 
assaulted by two male subjects known to 
him, but they departed prior to officers 
arriving. 

Injury was observed to the complainants left 
ear and nose/face area with blood on his 
face and arms. The complainant stated that 
he was upstairs in the residence when his 
girlfriends three children advised him 
someone was knocking at the door. The 
complainant answered the door and 
observed it was a male subject related to 
the home owner so he let them in. 

The complainant advised that 
approximately 7-8 people then entered, 
looked around the house and then two 
males started punching and kicking him. 

Officers spoke with three juveniles who 
confirmed what the complainant stated. The 
complainant also advised that when he told 
the males he was calling the police, one of 
them pulled out a knife and told him to go 
ahead and all the subjects then left. 

The complainant was transported to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center and he was 
advised to respond to the police department 
for a statement when he was released if he 
wished to pursue charges.



Ptl. C. Crider 910



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182320
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Civil Matter
595 CONTINENTAL DR 5

Complainant: KIMBERLY STACHURA

The complainant responded to this 
department to report problems she is 
having with her apartment manager.

She advised that the apartment manager 
gave her a 3 day eviction notice on March 
7th. The manager then filed a 30 day 
eviction on March 11th and it was kicked 
out of court for various reasons. The 
complainant now received a letter that the 
apartment would be rented out on May 1st. 

She was ultimately advised that the incident 
is civil in nature, but the manager would 
have to follow the proper eviction steps to 
complete the process.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 2018231 
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
343 S LINCOLN AVE


Unit #1 Driver/Owner: MICAELA PEREZ

Unit # 2 Driver/Owner: EDWARD LITTLE 


Police responded to the 400 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave for a two vehicle accident. A 
truck was stopped facing northbound when 
the vehicle behind it, also northbound, 
attempted to pass on the left. While passing 
that vehicle struck the rear driver side of the 
truck with the passenger side of her vehicle. 
Both drivers advised of no injuries and were 
able to drive away from the scene. 

The vehicle that attempted to pass was 
cited before leaving the scene


Cited: Micaela Raymundo Perez
DOB: 1998
Add: 625 E. 4th St Apt ##4
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension
Improper Passing


Ptl Osberg #917



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182314
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / S LINCOLN AVE


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 2005 Chrysler SW PT Cruiser Red 
in color
Owner/Operator: Janet Morris 9695 Egypt 
Rd Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2005 Dodge SW Durrango Gold in 
color
Owner/Operator: Trachele Barnhart 141 
Sherman St Lisbon, Ohio 44432


Unit #1 was west bound on SR 14 (E. State 
St) and going into the left turn lane 
approaching Lincoln Ave to make a left 
hand turn to head south.

Unit #2 was also heading west bound on 
SR 14 (E. State St) and went to move over 
into the left turn lane and did not see Unit 
#1 there. Unit #2 moved over into the left 
turn lane striking Unit #1 in the right front


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


Both witnesses advised that the 
owner/operator of Unit #2 appeared to have 
not seen Unit #I when moving into the 
turning lane.


Owner/Operator of Unit #1 did confirm that.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182319
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Accident Private Property
BOB EVANS RTESTAURANT


Traffic Crash Report Private Property Crash

Unit #1: PARKED 2009 Pontiac 4s G-6 
Maroon in color
Owner: Sandra Adkins 950 W. Wilson 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2001 Chrysler SW Town & Country 
White in color

Owner/Operator: Barbara Senanefes 3855 
McCracken Rd Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was parked in a parking space 
facing west on the west side of the building 
in the parking lot. Unit #2 right attempted to 
park next to Unit #I on the south side in a 
parking space. Unit #2 struck Unit #1 in the 
left side with it's right front. No injuries 
reported at time of crash. No Unit(s) towed.



Ptl French



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Saturday, April 21, 2018
07:44 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182305
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Road Rage
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a road rage incident. Officers 
spoke with both parties involved who were 
arguing over the right of way in the parking 
lot. Both parties were advised to go their 
separate ways.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182307
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Accident Private Property
2345 E STATE ST SALEM
GET GO GAS


Unit#1 Driver JANE STEPHENS, Owner 
SCOTT STEPHENS , COLUMBIANA, OH

Unit#2 Driver/Owner SUSAN BATZLI , E 
ROCHESTER, OH


PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit#1 advised that she was 
driving through the above parking lot when 
Unit#2 pulled away from the pumps and 
struck the right side of her vehicle. The 
driver of Unit#2 advised that she was 
pulling away from the pumps when Unit#1 
came through the parking and struck the 
front side of her vehicle. 

Moderate damage was observed to both 
vehicles at the time of the accident.




PTL Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182309
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
982 N UNION AVE SALEM

Complainant: MARGARET CLINGERMAN

Officers responded to the above location 
along with the Salem Fire Department for 
an unknown noise coming from the 
complainants basement. Firefighters 
checked the basement and didn't hear the 
noise.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182311
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Menacing / Threats
339 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: CHRISTINA MINGER

Report of menacing/threats at the above 
location. Upon arrival, complainant advised 
that two known female subjects had 
followed them from McDonald's to their 
residence. That the female subjects 
threatened the complainant and her friend 
over an ongoing personal issue. 

Complainant advised that she just wanted 
the incident documented in case of any 
further problems.




PTL Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182312
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Fraud
1158 JEFFERSON AVE

A male subject came on station reference 
credit card abuse. The subject advised he is 
no longer with his wife, yet she is still pulling 
money from his account. The subject 
wanted the incident on file so he could 
contact the credit card company.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182318
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
890 E STATE ST SALEM

Report of a truck parked blocking the drive-
way at the above noted location. The 
vehicle was located and a registration 
check was conducted to ascertain who 
owns the vehicle. An officer working at a 
sporting event was able to make contact 
with the owner to have the vehicle moved.


Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182295
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Public Assist

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer did attempt to assist a female at the 
Salem Police Dept. to scan a lost dog. The 
dog was found to have no chip and officers 
cleared with no further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story lncident #:20182296
Date Thursday, April 19,2018
Accident With Injury
648 S LINCOLN AVE


Unit #1 Driver/Owner: Shannon Pagan 


Officers responded to the 600 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. for a report of a motor vehicle 
accident with injury. Unit #1, a black 2017 
GMC Terrain was traveling northbound on 
S. Lincoln Ave. and when the driver 
became distracted, the vehicle went off the 
right side of the road striking a utility pole. 

As a result of the vehicle striking the pole, 
damage did occur. 

Salem Fire Dept. and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene and transported the 
female driver and juvenile passenger to 
Salem Hospital. 

Ohio Edison was also dispatched to 
respond to the scene to repair the broken 
utility pole & power lines. 

Unit #1 was towed from the scene by 
Sinsley's Towing. 

Officers responded to the hospital and 
obtained a urine sample from the driver. 
Citations are pending for the accident and 
OVI upon results of lab testing from the 
urine sample.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182297
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Civil Matter
975 W WILSON ST A


Officers responded to the 900 block of West 
Wilson St for a civil matter. Officers spoke 
with the caller and advised her to call the 
courts.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182299
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPITAL

Complainant: KEITH

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for a report of a disorderly 
male subject reported to be yelling and 
cursing at employees. Upon arrival, officer 
spoke with the complainant who advised a 
male subject in ER room#4 became 
belligerent when they wouldn't let him back 
into the E.R. right away to be with his wife. 

The employee did not wish for the subject 
to leave, but wished for officers to have a 
conversation with him advising him that his 
behavior was not acceptable. 

Officer made contact with the male and 
advised him of the complaint and the error 
of his ways. The male was calm while 
officer spoke with him and prior to clearing.

Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182300
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Assault
E Pershing

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Pershing for a report of an assault. Upon 
arrival, officers were flagged down by two 
juveniles who claimed they have been 
assaulted by other juveniles. 

The report is under investigation.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182302
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
716 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officer spoke with a resident of 716 S. 
Lincoln Ave. via phone in reference to a 
suspicious red Cadillac that has been 
parked in his driveway for a couple hours. 
Officer advised him that while handling a 
motor vehicle accident, the owner of the red 
Cadillac approached this officer and 
advised he could not get into his driveway 
in the 600 block of S. Lincoln Ave. due to 
the roadway being blocked from the 
accident so he stated he was parking in his 
neighbor's driveway and that it would be 
alright. 

As I explained this to the complainant, he 
then immediately knew whose vehicle it 
was and advised it was ok to be parked in 
his driveway. Nothing further was needed 
and officer cleared the call.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Friday, April 20, 2018
07:12 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182285
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
440 PENNSYLVANIA AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Pennsylvania Ave. for a Motor vehicle 
crash. Officers arrived on scene and spoke 
to the driver of Unit #1, who stated that he 
could not see the road that well and missed 
the turn. Unit #1 stuck a telephone pole 
causing disabling damage to Unit #1. The 
driver of Unit #1 was issued a citation for 
failure to control.


Cited: Aaron Jennings
3170 Oak St. Ext.
Youngstown OH, 44505
Failure to Control (331.34)




Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182287
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Graffiti (Spray Paint)
SUNSET 800 BLOCK A SALEM

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL

While on patrol officers observed fresh 
graffti on the band shell in Memorial Park.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182288
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N UNION AVE / CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

OfXcer(s) responded to the intersection of 
North Union and Cleveland for a reported 
two vehicle accident with injuries. 

Unit # 1 had been traveling north in the 100 
block of North Union when it was struck in 
the drivers side by unit # 2. Unit # 1 then 
continued northbound of the right side of 
the roadway and over the curb. Unit # 1 
continued northbound along the 
embankment before coming to rest on the 
curblawn. Unit # 2 had been traveling east 
in the 1200 block of Cleveland St when the 
driver failed to stop for the clearly marked 
stop sign at the intersection of Cleveland 
and North Union. This action caused unit # 
2 to strike unit # 1 in the side. Unit # 2 then 
spun around and struck a utility pole with its 
passenger side coming to rest facing 
westbound. 

The drivers of both vehicles were 
transported by ambulance to the Salem Er 
with unknown injuries. 

Both vehicles were towed from the scene. 

The driver of unit # 2 was cited for F.T.Y. 
stop sign and D.U.S. (Additional charges 
are pending)


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / William J 
Robinson Jr
vehicle / 1988 Jeep


Unit # 2 / owner / Michael Guappone
driver / Bethany A Untegraph
vehicle / 1999 Jeep
insurance / None




Ptl R Keister




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182272
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Suspicious Person
200 BLOCK OF S ELLSWORTH SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 block of S 
Ellsworth for a report of suspicious persons 
at the recycling center Officer did make 
contact with the subjects who were advised 
of the complaint. The subjects cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182273
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Civil Matter
944 E FOURTH ST A

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fourth St for a civil matter. Upon arrival 
offers were informed that one resident 
refused to let the other resident inside. They 
were informed that it was a civil matter.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182274
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
120 N LINCOLN AVE - FAMILY VIDEO


Unit 1 Driver: Ashley M. Melchor-Arroyo  
Owner GABRIEL ARROYO 

Unit 2 Driver/Owner DAVID SCYOC 


Officer responded to the 100 blk. of 
N.Lincoln for an accident without injuries. 
Both units were traveling South bound on 
N. Lincoln towards the intersection of N. 
Lincoln and E. State St. Driver of unit 2 
stated he looked down which caused the 
front bumper of unit 2 to strike the rear 
bumper of unit 1. NO damage was caused 
to unit 2 and minimal damage was caused 
to unit 1. Driver of unit 2 stated he was only 
traveling about 5 mph. Both parties were 
given a report number and no citations were 
issued.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182275
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
944 E FOURTH ST A SALEM

Complainant: NATHAN COURTNEY

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fourth St for a verbal dispute. The male 
complainant was attempting to collect his 
belongings and leave the residence. The 
female subject stated that she wanted him 
out of the residence as soon as possible. 
The female was advised that since he was 
a resident, officers could not force the male 
subject to leave. 

The male subject collected some 
belongings to leave for the evening. Officers 
cleared the scene without incident.




Ptl. E. Perry




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182276
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
0 W WILSON ST 1 RAILROAD CR

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to W Wilson St near the 
railroad crossing to speak to a juvenile. 
Officers arrived and were informed that one 
juvenile had a problem with another. The 
juveniles separated and no other problems 
occurred.

Officers cleared the scene without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182277
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Traffic Offense
239 W STATE ST

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
in the Family Dollar lot on W. State St. for a 
speeding offense that occurred on W. State 
St. During the stop, a consent search was 
conducted on the vehicle. The driver, whom 
is the owner of the vehicle was given a 
verbal warning for the speed. Officer 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182278
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
300 BLOCK OF W PERSHING STREET

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D 

While on patrol officer observed a parking 
violation in the alley way behind the 300 blk 
of W. Pershing St. Officer did make contact 
with the driverlowner and the vehicle was 
moved.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182279
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Speak To Officer
669 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: PHYLLIS JOY

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Fifth St for a speak with officer report. The 
complainant was advised that the incident 
had occurred in Perry Township and she 
would need to contact them to file the 
complaint.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182280
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
181 N HOWARD AVE SALEM

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL

Officer observed a female with an active 
warrant get into a vehicle in the 400 blk of 
Jennings. Officer also observed the vehicle 
conduct a turn signal violation in the area of 
W. 4th and N. Howard. Officer conducted a 
traffic stop and once the warrant was 
confirmed, the female was taken into 
custody. The driver of the vehicle did also 
give verbal consent to search. A search was 
conducted and nothing illegal was located. 
The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the turn signal violation. The female was 
transported to this station for the booking 
process and later released to CCSO.



Arrested Laura C. Blake
411 Jennings Ave.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant- FTA



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182281
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Assist Other Agency
895 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officer stood by with a Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Dept. Deputy while he served 
paperwork on a male subject at 893 E. Fifth 
St. The Deputy served the paperwork 
without incident and officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182282
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 
175 W STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

While on patrol officer observed a male in 
the parking lot of Speedway (175 W. State 
St.) acting suspicious.

Upon making contact with the subject, an 
odor of marijuana was detected. The male 
was found to be in possession of suspected 
marijuana, two un-labeled pill bottles, 
several different types of pills and a scale 
with residue. 

The male, 29 year old James J. Lippiatt Jr. 
was placed under arrest for possession of 
drug paraphernalia. He was transported to 
the Salem Police Dept. for processing. He 
was also served a MM citation for 
possession of marijuana. He was later 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail. 
Additional possession of drug charges are 
pending once lab testing is completed of the 
pills.


Arrestee:
James J. Lippiatt Jr.
DOB: 1989
517 Washington Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: MM Possession of Marijuana / M-
4 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182283
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment

Complainant: PATRICIA SOULES

Officer spoke to complainant on station in 
regards to a phone harassment complaint. 
The female complainant advised that she 
received offensive text messages from a 
phone number that she was not familiar 
with. The complainant advised that just 
wished to have a report on file. Officer 
advised the complainant to contact the 
phone company and attempt to have the 
phone number blocked.


Ptl C Walla 915


0800 hrs 04/19/18, Contact was made with 
the complainant and advised to make a 
complaint withy Perry Twp Police, due to 
her not residing in the City.



Lt. Casto



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Thursday, April 19, 2018
08:49 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182269
Date: Wednesday, April 18,201 8
Lost Property
180 W STATE ST

Complainant: JESSICAA SNOW

Complainant advised she lost a one dose of 
suboxone while in the Auto Zone lot 
yesterday around 3:45 pm. She looked for it 
but could not locate it. It was a 8.2 mg dose. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182263
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
944 E FOURTH ST A SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 
Upon arrival, officers located a female that 
stated she was involved in a verbal dispute 
with her live in boyfriend. The male had 
departed prior to officers arriving. 

The female was advised to call back if there 
are any further problems.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182264
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Recovered Property 
400 BLOCK OF W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: DEBORAH McMILLEN

Officers responded to the 400 block of W. 
State St. to retrieve lost property. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that 
they had found a pocket knife on the side 
walk in front of their residence. Officers 
revived the knife and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182265
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
2789 E STATE ST 7

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officerls were called to a combative and 
disruptive juvenile patient at the above 
clinic. Upon arrival officer was advised that 
the boy needed to be evaluated at the 
hospital because of his actions. He took off 
his clothes, urinated in a room, knocked 
over a scale, threw items at persons there 
and was a harm to himself and others.


Officer called for dispatch to send and 
ambulance. While waiting, the boy threw a 
laptop computer off the office desk and 
kicked the scale down again before being 
restrained. He did go to ER with ambulance 
without further disruption and officers 
cleared. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182267
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Accident Private Property
1453 ALLEN RD SALEM

Complainant: STEVEN ZEPERNICK

Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block 
of Allen Rd. for a private property crash. 
Officers arrived and spoke to the 
complainant who stated that the driver of 
Unit #1 backed into the building and when 
they pulled forward, Unit #1 caught the 
garage door with the trailer causing damage 
to the building. Unit #1 had no visible signs 
of damage



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182268
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
674 E SIXTH ST


Unit 1 1995 Ford 
driver: Steven Mckinney
Owner DONALD McKINNEY 


Unit 2 1987 Plymouth
driver/owner: Richard Richards


Units were both on private property behind 
674 E. Sixth St. with unit 1 facing the 
building. Unit 2 was parked behind unit 1 at 
a perpendicular angle to him, facing west, 
just off the alley. Unit 1 began to leave and 
did not see unit 2 behind him. Unit 1 struck 
unit 2 and pushed it about 2'. 

Unit 2 was unoccupied at the time of 
collision, best officer could determine. Both 
owners were arguing over who was at fault. 
They were advised to contact their 
respective insurance agents to report said 
incident. Photos were taken and 
downloaded.


Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182256
Date. Tuesday, April 17,2018
Child Abuse
975 W WILSON ST A 

Complainant: BRITTANY SMITH

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer of a known 
subject who physically abused her 
daughter, leaving a mark on her arm. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182257
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
196 HAWLEY AVE 1/2 SALEM

Complainant: RHONDA TOMAS

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant and 
her juvenile son. The complainant advised 
officer that her 15 year old son left home 
and refused to return. Officer spoke to the 
juvenile, the juvenile agreed to return home 
with his mother. 

Officer advised the complainant to call the 
PD if she had any further issues.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182259
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Accidental Damage
1700 BLK S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ALISHA HOUSE

Officer was dispatched to the 1600 block of 
S. Lincoln Avenue for a report of accidental 
damage on a motor vehicle. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised she was north 
bound on S. Lincoln Avenue just sound of 
the rail road crossing and hit a pot hole in 
the roadway causing damage to her tire. 
Officer advised the complainant the 
damage happened in Perry Township and 
Perry Township Police responded to make a 
report


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182260
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Domestic In Progress
881 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: SO, MAHONING 

On 4/17/2018 officers responded to the 800 
block of E Third Street in regards to a 
domestic in progress. Upon arrival officers 
separated both male and female subject 
involved in the dispute. Neither subjects 
had physical marks on them nor where 
there any signs of abuse. 

With no other witnesses to speak with 
officers advised both subjects to be civil 
towards each other for the rest of the night 
and then cleared with out incident.



Ptl. D Miller Miller (918)



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182261
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
OVI Arrest
E STATE ST / VINE AVE SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle at the 
intersection of E State St and Vine Ave in 
reference to a turn signal violation. After a 
brief investigation, it was determined that 
the driver was operating the vehicle while 
under the influence of alcohol. 

The driver was subsequently taken into 
custody for OVI and transported to the 
police department for processing. He was 
later released to his father. The vehicle was 
towed from the scene by Davidson's 
Towing.


Arrested: Kenneth G. Kleinknecht DOB 
1973
1694 Lisbon Rd
Leetonia, OH 44460
Charges: OVI (ORC 4511.19A1a) OVC 
Refusal (ORC 4511.19A2) Turn Signal 
(ORC 4511.39)



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182262
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
E STATE ST / VINE AVE

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

While on a traffic stop a male passenger 
was identified and found to have an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. The 
male was taken into custody and later 
released to a Columbiana County Deputy.


Arrested: Charles E. Hamilton
DOB: 1975
Offense: Warrant( FTA OVI)



Ptl. J. Brooks 914



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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
07:24 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182254
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Traffic Offense
1047 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL

Police conducted a traffic stop in the 1000 
block of Cleveland St. The vehicles 
registration had expired the year before. 

The license plates had a confiscation order 
through the BMV. The driver was cited and 
the plates were taken. 

The vehicle was able to be left at the scene 
due to it being in a drive way.


Driver: Dwayne A Carlisle
DOB: 1961
ADD: 1047 Cleveland St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Expired Registration



Ptl Osberg 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182252
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
609 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer responded to the above location and 
found a gold colored vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration, HCG3264 sitting on the south 
side of E.6th St in the 600blk just east of E. 
School.

The vehicle was parked over a foot away 
from the curd along with being parked west 
(half way) pass the No parking here to 
corner sign.

Officer issued the vehicle a red warning for 
the City of Salem ordinance 3030.9 Illegally 
Parked/Abandoned Vehicle on Street (48hr 
notice).



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182253
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / SOUTHEAST BLVD


Unit#l Driver/Owner ERNEST BRAVO 

Unit#2 Driver/Owner JANET KAMPS 


The driver of Unit#l advised that he was 
attempting to pull out of a 2262 E. State 
St./SR14 (Tim Hortins) when he struck the 
right side of Unit#2 who was traveling west 
bound on E. State St./SR14. The driver of 
Unit#2 advised that she was traveling west 
on E. State St. when Unit# 1 pulled out of 
2262 E. State St. and strike the right side of 
her vehicle. Minor damage was observed to 
both vehicles and Unit#l was cited with 
F.T.Y. from private drive.


Cited:
Ernest Bravo 42511 Applesway Leetonia, 
Ohio
DOB: 1941
FTY from private drive.


PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182236
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
229 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Unit#l Driver JOSHUA KILLING, Owner 
KILLING RALPH

Unit#2 Driver/Owner JILL PHILLIS 


TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit#2 advised that she was 
traveling west on E. Second St. when she 
had the green light to go through the 
intersection of Second St. and N. Ellsworth. 
Unit#l traveling was northbound on N. 
Ellsworth and did run the red light and 
cause Unit#2 to strike him. 

This was witnessed by witnesses who 
advised the same as Unit#2. Moderate 
damage was observed on both units at the 
time of the accident and Unit#l was cited 
with Traffic Light Violation.



Cited - Joshua Killing 455 S Broadway Ave 
Salem, OH
DOB: 1995
Traffic Control Device



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182243
Date:
Abandoned / Junk MV
1459 E STATE ST


Complainant: SUSAN NORTON

Officer was dispatched to the 1400 block of 
E. State St. in reference to an abandoned 
vehicle. Complainant advised that she 
arrived home to find that a gray Nissan 
Juke was parked in her drive way with 
nobody around.

Officers learned that the vehicle belonged 
to her next door neighbor. The vehicle was 
moved and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182244
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
1333 E STATE ST B
BARBER / BEAUTY SHOP

Complainant: BETH CARL

A female complainant responded to the 
police department who advised she located 
a Discover credit card on the ground 
outside of a business in the 2300 block of 
E. State Street. Officer attempted to locate 
a phone number for the female listed on the 
card, but none was found. One female 
subject with the same name on the card 
was located in the Homeworth, Ohio area 
via LEADS. The card was placed in the 
dispatch office lost and found.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182245
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Barking Dog
821 E FOURTH ST

Report of a barking dog at the above 
residence. Officer made contact with the 
owner to advise them of the complaint. The 
dog was brought inside and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182246
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Barking Dog
451 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 400 block of E. 
Sixth St. for a report of a barking dog. 
Officer located the owner of the dog and 
advised them of the complaint. The owner 
of the dog advised they would take care of 
the issue.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182247
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Debris In Roadway
S LINCOLN AVE / COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

On 4/17/2018 officers were in the area of S. 
Lincoln Ave. and Columbia Street and 
observed a trash can in the road way. Once 
the can was removed officers then cleared.



Ptl. D. Miller 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182248
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Assist Perry Police
1962 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: TWP, PERRY SALEM

Officer responded to the 1900 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave, to assist the Perry Township 
police Department. Perry Township PD 
located an open front door of a residence 
with lights on in the upstairs. Officer 
assisted Perry PD in searching the 
residence and made contact with the home 
owner, who was found sleeping upstairs. 

The owner advised that his girlfriend left the 
residence, but didn't shut the door 
completely. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Tuesday, April 17, 2018
10:05 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182227
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Check Well Being
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Report of a check well being of a female 
subject (wearing all black no shoes) in the 
above area. Upon arrival, officers located 
the female subject in the above area. She 
advised that she had an argument with her 
boyfriend, left before things escalated and 
was heading to a friends house. Officers 
made contact with Goshen P.D. to check 
her residence to make sure everything was 
ok. She was given courtesy ride to her 
friends house.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182228
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
195 W SECOND ST


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with a female who advised she had 
been gone for the winter and upon arriving 
home she found that persons unknown had 
shot a white type marble through her 
window facing W. 2nd St which went 
through the screen and broke the out side 
window, but did not get through the inside 
window.

The window was double glass.




Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182229
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Theft
274 W FIFTH ST

Complainant: JOSEPH HILL

Complainant on station reference a theft. 
Complainant advised that when he went to 
jail for five months his family was suppose 
to watch his dog (pit bull) for him until he 
got out of jail. When he got out he found 
that his sister had soldlgave the animal to 
another family without his permission. 
Complainant did fill out a voluntary 
statement and advised that he wants his 
animal back. 

All information was gathered and the matter 
is under investigation.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182230
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Littering / Dumping
674 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: THOMAS EASTEK, MILLER 
RD LEETONIA, OH 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of illegal dumping. Officers spoke 
with the complainant who  has videoed 
subjects dumping trash at the complainants 
property. The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182231
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Person To Be Removed
589 E THIRD ST b


Complainant: JANSEN PAUMIER, 
PINELAKE RD NORTH LIMA, OH 

Officers responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant and zoning 
Officer Brown. It was found that the tenants 
had received the proper eviction from the 
court in Columbiana County was to be out 
last Friday,04-13-18 but, they were still 
there.

Zoning found no gas & heat there giving 
them three days to get it back on.

The complainant/landlord was advised of 
finishing the steps by going back and 
having the Sheriff's office return since they 
do the evictions.

He advised he understood.

The male and female there advised they 
could not get out until the 3rd of next month. 
Officer advised them that the county now 
will handle the eviction which they advised 
they understood

Officer also advised the female that no 
threats could be made against the 
complainant/landlord but she still claimed 
they had a loop hole?

Officer advised that it is going to the County 
by the complainant/landlord.

NOTE: They advised all was fine until now. 
The complainant/landlord advised they had 
not paid for many months and was just 
trying to get the place cleaned up.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182233
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Civil Matter
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM

Complainant: TREVOR LODGE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil matter. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated that the female 
subject from the downstairs apartment 
turned the water off to his apartment. 

Officers spoke with the female subject who 
stated she had a water leak and had to turn 
off the water. Officers advised the 
complainant for the reason of the shut off.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182234
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Civil Matter
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: BRENDA CARDER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil matter. Officer spoke with the 
complainant who stated that the male 
subject from upstairs climbed through the 
heating system and turned the water back 
on to the apartment and flooded her 
apartment. 

Officers spoke with both subjects and they 
were advised that the matter was civil and 
they should contact their landlord.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police De~artment Incident #: 
20182235
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
2511 BENTLEY DR 

Complainant: SARAH DELP

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant and manager. 
They advised that a male resident may 
have been smoking an illegal substance?

Officer went with them to the males room 
and talked with the resident who has been 
there for a while.

The male advised the smell in the room was 
from his vape juice.

He did have another male visit earlier but 
he denied any marijuana being used in his 
room.

Officer advised him of the consequences 
and he advised he didn't want to jeopardize 
his staying there since he really liked it 
there.

Officer advised the complainant of follow up 
and she advised she understood.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182238
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE 


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised a red 
colored car with a white female with blond 
hair pumped $27.51 from pump # 11 and 
left west bound out the drive then north onto 
Rose.

Officer looked at the picture the 
complainant took and the vehicle could 
possibly be a Toyota SUV with a solid type 
red cover over the spare tire that was 
mounted on the out side of the vehicle by 
the rear.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182240
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Littering  Dumping
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E WILSON 

Complainant: CURTIS FRASE, MARK RD 
NE KENSINGTON, OH

Complainant on station to advise that 
someone had dumped a bunch of used car 
parts in the dumpster(s) at the corner of S. 
Ellsworth & E. Wilson (northeast) corner 
and a couple of the bumpers had license 
plates on them. 

All information was gathered and contact 
will be made tomorrow with the owners of 
the plates to see why they are in the 
dumpster.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182241
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE 

Police responded to Smith Oil gas station 
for a drive off. The employee advised a 
subject driving a white vehicle left without 
paying for fuel. The subject used $29.70 
worth of fuel on pump #9 before leaving.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182185
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Natural Death
1995 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM


Officers responded to a medical call in the 
1900 block of Ridgewood Dr. Officers 
arrived with the Salem FD and found that 
the subject was deceased. Salem FD 
cleared and the County Coroners office was 
contacted. 

Salem PD officers stood by and cleared 
after the subject was removed from the 
scene.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182166
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Suspicious Activity
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer checked on a report of child abuse 
in a moving suv. The vehicle was a Honda 
CRV going southbound from Lincoln and 
Pershing. Officer was in the area when 
dispatched, however, there was a five 
minute time lapse from the time the caller 
reported it. Area was checked without 
locating said vehicle. 



Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182164
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Distraught / Upset Person
2124 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 2100 block of 
East State St for a report of a distraught 
person / possible dispute. On arrival officers 
located the persons in question and spoke 
with them. The female stated to officers that 
she had been having a very bad day and 
that was why she had been in the bathroom 
of the store crying. 

The female stated that she was fine now 
and that she was going to be on her way 
home. Officers advised all involved to call 
the station if they needed any assistance. 
Officer's cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182215
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Criminal Mischief
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: BRENDA CARDER

Officers responded to the 700 block of SE 
BLVD. for a criminal mischief report. 
Officers spoke with the complainant about a 
water issue and was advised to get in 
contact with the water company on Monday 
morning.

Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182216
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Traffic Offense
200 BLOCK OF VINE

Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 

While on patrol officers initiated a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a moving violation. 
During the stop the driver did give consent 
to search the vehicle. Officers cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182217
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers responded to Wal-Mart for a shop 
lifting complaint. Officers arrived, reviewed 
camera footage and spoke with asset 
protection. Officers gathered all evidence 
and the matters will be sent to the 
Columbiana County Prosecutors Office for 
review.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182218
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
676 E THIRD ST

Officer responded to the 600 blk of E. 3rd 
St. for a theft report. Upon arrival, the victim 
advised that his ex got into his vehicle and 
took his un-employment card while at his 
friends residence. Victim advised that as 
long as he could get the card back he did 
not wish to file charges. 

Officer responded to the 1800 blk. of 
Cleveland and spoke with the ex and 
retrieved the card. The card was returned to 
the property owner and no charges were 
filed.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182219
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Harassment

Complainant: GWENDOLYN DAVIS

Officer spoke with the female complainant 
whom came on station to report telephone 
harassment. Complainant advised an old 
friend of hers called today and that she 
wishes for her not to call her again. 

I made contact with the other party and 
advised her to cease all contact with the 
complainant. Officer cleared.


Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182220
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Sex Offense
638 FRANKLIN AVE


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin Ave for a sex offense against a 
juvenile. The complainant was the parents 
of the juvenile and advised officers of the 
incident. The female juvenile was also able 
to provide officers with an accurate account 
of what had occurred. 

Children Services and a detective were 
contacted and advised of the incident. The 
male juvenile was taken into custody and 
transported to Tobin Center on delinquency 
charges. The incident is currently under 
investigation.


Arrested: (JUVENILE)
DOB: 2002
Address: 638 Franklin Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Delinquency ORC 2152.021



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182221
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Flooded Roadway 
PARK DR / E PERSHING ST SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND

Officer on patrol responded to Centennial 
Park at E Pershing St. and Park Dr. for a 
storm drain issue. The issue was found to 
be in the park and the Parks Director was 
advised of the problem. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182222
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Flooded Roadway
S LINCOLN AVE / CHESTNUT STREET

Officers were dispatched to the are of S 
Lincoln Ave and Chestnut Grove for a 
report of flooding roads. Dispatch advised 
officers that the flood was located in Perry 
Township and they were notified of such. 
Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182224
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Domestic In Progress
944 E FOURTH ST A

Complainant: MONIQUE FISH

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fourth St for a report of a possible domestic 
in progress. Officers arrived and spoke to 
the complainant who advised that there was 
a verbal argument only and that the other 
party had left. The complainant was advised 
to call back if anything else was needed.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182225
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officers responded to the area of 
Georgetown Rd and W. Perry to assist OSP 
on a traffic stop. Upon arrival, Trooper 
advised he was okay and did not need any 
further assistance. Officers cleared.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182226
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD STREET

Complainant: MILLER, PTL

Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit 1 was traveling 
northbound on North Lincoln Ave and 
attempted to stop at the stop sign and slid 
through into the intersection and struck Unit 
2 driven by ELVIRA WARD. Unit 2 was 
traveling eastbound on East 3rd Street, 
there were no injuries reported. Unit 2 was 
towed from the scene by AAA. The driver of 
Unit 1 was issued a citation for a stop sign 
violation.


Cited Driver
Michael S. Manypenny
Carole Drive Salem Ohio
Stop Sign Violation 331.19



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Monday, April 16, 2018
08:05 AM -0500

Following a salem area electric power 
outage Police responded to numerous 
alarms when power was restored.

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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182201
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1313 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: CANDICE CHAMBERLAIN

Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
East State St for a reported dispute. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that she wanted her 
live in boyfriend to leave the residence. 
Officers advised the complainant that due to 
the fact that both she and the boyfriend 
lived there he could not be removed.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182202
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Ambulance Needed
518 FRANKLIN ST 1

Complainant: MEDICAL ALERT

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 500 
block of Franklin for a reported medical 
emergency. On arrival officers stood by 
while the FD entered the residence. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182204
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1700 S LINCOLN AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 1700 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been stopped in 
traffic (southbound) in the 1700 block of 
South Lincoln when it was struck from 
behind by unit # 2. Unit #2 had also been 
traveling south in the 1700 block of South 
Lincoln when it struck unit # 1 from behind. 

There were no reported injuries and no 
citations were issued. Both vehicle's were 
driven from the scene.



Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Donald Swiger
vehicle / 2015 Chevy


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Robert Borg
vehicle / 2001 Chevy Tk



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182205
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Criminal Mischief
834 SUMMIT ST

Complainant: Breanna Dean

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of criminal 
mischief. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised an unknown person(s) "egged 
three vehicles overnight that were parked at 
her residence.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182206
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Unauthorized Use Of MV 
1220 SOUTHEAST BLVD 5 

Complainant on station to report 
unauthorized use of her vehicle. The 
complainant advised her ex boyfriend was 
suppose to bring her vehicle back to her on 
04/14/18 but never showed. The 
complainant stated that her vehicle was in 
Philadelphia and she was ok with her ex 
keeping the vehicle if it was removed from 
her name. 

The complainant was advised her option of 
entering the vehicle into LEADS but 
declined at this time. The complainant 
stated she was going to make a final 
attempt to resolve the situation on her own.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182207
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Criminal Mischief
925 S UNION AVE

Complainant: COREY KETCHUM

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
S. Union Ave. for a Criminal Mischief report. 
Officers arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant who stated that his vehicle had 
been egged during the night. The 
complainant stated that he just wanted a 
report on file.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182212
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
E STATE ST / N LUNDY AVE SALEM

Complainant: JAMES JACKSON

Officers were dispatched to the area of E. 
State St. and N. Lundy Ave. for a parking 
complainant. Officer located the vehicle in 
question and issued a red warning ticket to 
the vehicle.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182213
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Drug Overdose
1318 ESTATE ST2


Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 
1300 block of East State St for a reported 
medical problem. On arrival the residence 
was checked and the person in question 
was not at home. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182214
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Criminal Mischief

Complainant: PATRICK CROUSE

Complainant on station to report criminal 
mischief. The complainant stated that his 
vehicle was egged while parked in the 1300 
block of Jefferson Ave.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182199
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Domestic In Progress
1313 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 1300 block of E 
State St in regards to a domestic in 
progress with possible injury.

Officers arrived on scene and spoke to both 
parties who were both highly intoxicated. 
Both of the parties gave conflicting stories. 
Officers also spoke to two juvenile 
witnesses who were at the residence, upon 
speaking to the witnesses and the two 
reportedly involved, it was determined that 
there was not enough probable cause to 
make an arrest and it did not appear as if 
an assault had taken place. The female was 
subsequently transported to Salem ER by 
EMT Ambulance. The male advised that he 
would stay at a friends house for the 
evening.



Ptl Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182197
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Suspicious Person
156 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a suspicious person 
complaint. The complainant advised the 
male dropped off and was loitering at a 
drive thru of a local business. Officers made 
contact with a male matching the 
description, identified him and cleared 
without further incident. The male also 
cleared with nothing suspicious noted.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182196
Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018
Assist Perry Police
1143 W PERRY ST 303

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of West Perry Street to assist Perry 
Township Police. Officers assisted and 
cleared with no further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182195
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Assist Perry Police

K9 Simon was requested by Perry Twp. PD 
for a K9 Sniff of a vehicle on US 62 near 
Country Club Ln. K9 Simon did indicate to 
the presence of narcotic odor and 
contraband was recovered from the vehicle 
and driver. Officer cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182195
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018 
Assist Perry Police

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

K9 Simon was requested by Perry Twp. PD 
for a K9 Sniff of a vehicle on US 62 near 
Country Club Ln. K9 Simon did indicate to 
the presence of narcotic odor and 
contraband was recovered from the vehicle 
and driver. Officer cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182194
Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018
Animal Complaint
1268 POWELL AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to an animal complaint 
in the 1200 block of Powell Ave. Officers 
found that illegal hunting/trapping had taken 
place and an ODNR officer was contacted. 

Evidence was collected, the humane officer 
was also contacted and officer cleared 
without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182193
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
780 W STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer on patrol was stopped and advised 
of a parking complaint in the 700 block of 
W. State St. Officer made contact with the 
driver of the vehicle and made him away of 
the complaint. The driver immediately 
corrected the problem and officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182191
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 18 SALEM

Officers were dispatched to the 1200 block 
of Southeast BLVD for a non threatening 
dispute. Officers talked to both parties 
about a resolution and cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182190
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Assist Perry Police
1143 W PERRY ST

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

Officers were dispatched to the 1100 block 
of W Perry to assist a Perry Township 
Police. Officers arrived, assisted and 
cleared.


Ptl. DeRose 920



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Saturday, April 14, 2018
08:17 PM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182189
Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018
Civil Matter
1210 SOUTHEAST BLVD B

Complainant: DALLAS HELMAN

Complainant calling to speak with a officer 
about a issue concerning a television set 
that she had rented with her ex husband. 
After speaking with the complainant officers 
advised her that the issue was civil in 
nature. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182188
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Person To Be Removed
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
SHOPPING MALL

Complainant: Wal Mart, Store 2875 E. State 
St SALEM, OH 44460


Officers responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a report of a person to be 
removed from the business. On arrival 
officers spoke with employees of the store. 
The employee stated that the man in 
question had left the area prior to officers 
arriving on scene. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182184
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
W STATE 400 TO 600 BLOCK

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to under the east side 
of the Cranmer Bridge for a report of drug 
paraphernalia. On arrival officers took 
possession of two syringes. The items were 
brought to the station and disposed of. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182180
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: POST, 15 

Officer ass~steda Trooper with the Ohio 
State Highway Patrol at the Salem Police 
Dept. with witnessing the reading of a 
BMV2255 form on an OVI suspect he had 
placed under arrest. The suspect did 
provide a breath sample on the DataMaster 
as well. Officer later cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182179
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Ambulance Needed
880 SUMMIT ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded along with the Salem Fire 
Dept. First Responders & KLG Ambulance 
to 880 Summit St. for a report of a male 
subject who fell down the basement steps. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while EMS 
personnel tended to the male subject. KLG 
ambulance ultimately transported the male 
subject to St. E's Youngstown.

Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182178
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Assist Other Agency
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: LIQUOR, CONTROL

This officer responded to Fernengels 
Tavern to assist an agent from Liquor 
control in serving a citation. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while the 
citation was served. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20182177
Date: Friday, April 13,2018
Loud Music From MV
620 E SECOND ST 1/2

Complainant: KEVIN WEINGART

Officers responded to the 600 block of East 
Second Street for a noise complaint. The 
complaint advised that their was loud 
coming from vehicles in a parking lot. 

Upon arrival officers did not hear the source 
of the complaint but did speak with several 
individuals about the issue. 

Officers cleared with no further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182176
Date: Friday, April 13,2018
Suspicious Person
2555 LEXINGTON AVE 17 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Ave. for a report of a suspicious 
male subject sitting along side the roadway. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who showed officers a fire 
hydrant where the subject was last seen 
sitting on. Officers checked the area, but 
were unable to locate the subject. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182175
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
184 WASHINGTON AVE REAR

Complainant: KATHRYN FISHER

Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Washington Ave for a theft from a motor 
vehicle. The complainant advised that 
someone had stolen several items out of 
her vehicle the night prior. The vehicle had 
been left unlocked and it appeared to have 
been gone through. The complainant 
advised that her cousin's vehicle, that was 
parked next to her vehicle, had also been 
broken into but nothing was taken. 

Officer took pictures of the inside of the 
vehicles and advised the complainant to 
check with her insurance company about 
possible coverage.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182174
Date: Friday, April 13,2018
Domestic In Progress
264 W WILSON ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to a reported domestic 
in progress. Officers arrived and found a 
couple had been involved in an argument 
that turned violent. The primary aggressor 
was arrested for domestic violence and 
transported to the county jail to be held until 
a judge sets the bond.


Ptl. M. Garber 


Arrested: Robert A Fuson Jr. DOB:1977 of 
254 W Wilson St. Salem
Charge: Domestic violence (M1)



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182173
Date: Friday, April 13,2018
OVI ARREST
448 E Perry St


Officers responded to the 400 block of E 
Perry St for an intoxicated driver. The 
complainant advised that the vehicle was all 
over the roadway and pulled into a 
driveway. Officers made contact with the 
driver of the vehicle and attempted to 
administer field sobriety. The driver was 
uncooperative with officers and refused to 
do field sobriety. The driver was placed in 
custody and transported to the Salem 
Police Department. The vehicle was left 
legally parked in the driveway to the 
residence. The driver was processed and 
booked and then released into his brother's 
custody.


Arrested: Keith D. Carlisle Jr.
DOB: 1963
Address: 448 E Perry St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19A1 a and 
4511.19A1h, Reasonable Control ORC 
4511.202A



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182172
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Assist Perry Police
1827 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

Salem PD Officers and K9 Simon assisted 
the Perry Twp. Police department on a track 
of a suspect in an attempt to locate him in 
the area of Depot Rd and SR 45 Bypass. 
Officers were unable to locate the suspect 
and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Saturday, April 14, 2018
09:41 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182170
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Accidental Damage
2870 E STATE ST 500


Complainant: GREGORY PETRACHKOFF

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St. for an accidental damage report. 
The complainant advised there were 2 
couches in the alley behind the store and 
someone struck them. No one witnessed 
the damage and a suspect denied any 
knowledge. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182168
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Domestic In Progress
965 S LUNDY AVE

Officers responded to a domestic in 
progress at 965 S Lundy Ave. Upon arrival 
officers spoke with multiple persons who 
gave conflicting stories. No one wished to 
pursue anything and parties were advised 
to remain seperated. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182169
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Theft

Complainant: FRANK IMBURGIA,  
CANFIELD, OH

Complainant on station to report that 
someone unknown to them had used their 
credit card information to make purchases 
in another state. Officer's advised the 
persons of the options for dealing with the 
situation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182151
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Check Well Being
1344 4 ELLSWORTH AVE 2

Complainant: JULIA McFARLAND

Officers responded to the 1300 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave to check the well being of the 
male subject. 

Complainant advised that she hadn't seen 
the male for a few days and that she 
observed a strange odor coming from his 
apartment. Officers made contact with the 
subject who advised that he was okay. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182150
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Intoxicated Person
500 BLOCK OF FRANKLIN

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

While on patrol in the 500 block of Franklin 
Ave. officer observed two intoxicated males 
walking. One of the males fell and hit his 
head. First responders and KLG responded 
to the scene. The male who fell was 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG. The other male was given a 
courtesy transport to the waiting room at the 
Regional Medical Center.


PTL BROOKS



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182146
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Suspicious Activity 
1250 PENNSYLVANIA AVE SALEM

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
stopped next to the dumpster of a business 
in the 1200 block of Pennsylvania Ave. 
Officer made contact with the operator who 
was going through a dumpster. Officer 
advised the individual that the dumpster 
was located on private property and it was 
not legal to be there. 

A warning was afforded for trespassing and 
the individual departed without incident. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182144
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Assist Other Agency
752 ARCH ST

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

Officers assisted members of the 
Columbiana County Drug Task Force 
conducting an investigation in the 700 block 
of Arch St. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182142
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

Officers responded to the 800 block of W 
Pershing St to assist members of the 
Columbiana County Drug Task force 
conducting a investigation in the area. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182141
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Neighbor Dispute
406 FRANKLIN ST

Police responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave for a neighbor dispute. Both 
parties have had issues with the others dog 
and the other possibly making threatening 
comments. Both parties were spoken to and 
advised of the possible outcome if the 
incident continues. Both parties were 
advised to contact Police if the issue 
continues.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182140
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
377 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to the 300 block of S. 
Ellsworth Ave for a domestic dispute. A 
male and female were near the roadway in 
a verbal argument. When making contact 
both subjects advised the incident was only 
verbal and nothing physical had occurred. 
Domestic Violence Laws were explained 
and the individuals acknowledged they 
understood.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182139
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
785 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

While assisting another officer on a traffic 
stop in the 700 block of E. State Street, 
officer located a syringe on the sidewalk. 
The syringe appeared to have been there 
for a long time. Officer collected it and 
disposed of it at the police department.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182138
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
E STATE ST / VINE AVE SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle at the 
intersection of E State St and Vine Ave in 
reference to a driver's license violation. 
Officer made contact with the driver, who 
was operating the vehicle on a suspended 
license, and advised her of the reason for 
the stop. 

However, prior to officer observing the 
female operating the vehicle, officer 
observed the male passenger operating the 
vehicle as well. After a brief investigation, it 
was discovered that the male also had a 
suspended driver's license. 

Officers also learned that the male had an 
active arrest warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriff's Office for Possession of 
Dangerous Drugs. 

The male was subsequently taken into 
custody and both the male and female were 
cited with Driving Under Suspension-Court 
(ORC 4510.1 IA).

Due to the female having driving privileges, 
she was permitted to drive the vehicle home 
from the scene. The male was transported 
to the police department for processing and 
later transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested/Cited: John W Jarvis II DOB 1977
157 N Madison Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Warrant- Possession of 
Dangerous Drugs
Driving Under Suspension-Court (ORC 451 
0.11A)


Cited: Carly D. Bowman DOB 1989
157 N Madison Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension-Court 
(ORC 4510.11A)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182137
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP

Officer spoke with an anonymous 
complainant regarding suspicious activity 
occurring in the 800 block of W Pershing St. 
Officer gathered information and notified 
additional agencies for future investigation 
and follow up.


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182136
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Theft
1216 ORCHARD BEND DR

Complainant: SHIRLEY DELEY

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a license plate theft report. 
Complainant advised her vehicle is normally 
parked in the garage, but during the last 
week she had to park outside due to 
cleaning out the garage. 

Complainant advised on this date that she 
observed that her front license plate was 
gone. 

Officer gathered the necessary information 
and the license plate was entered into the 
system as stolen.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182135
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
443 CONTINENTAL DR 43

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

Officers responded to the above address in 
an attempt to take a male into custody who 
had an active arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriffs Office. Officers 
made contact with the subject's mother who 
advised that he was currently in the 
southern part of the county. 

She gave officers permission to check the 
residence, therefore it was subsequently 
searched for the subject. He was not 
located. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182133
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
261 S LUNDY AVE SALEM


Police and FD responded to the 200 block 
of S. Lundy for wires sparking. Officer stood 
by and did not observe any wires sparking. 
FD taped off the area. Street Dept was also 
enroute to set up barricades.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182160
Date: Friday, April 13, 201 8
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: TOY, SGT


Officer responded to the above stated 
location to assist Columbiana County DTF. 
Upon arrival, officer stood by while contact 
was attempted at an apartment. Officers 
cleared without incident.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182158
Friday, April 13, 2018
Harassment

Complainant: DOUG COUTLER

Complainant on station to report 
harassment occurring within the city. The 
complainant advised that he works outside 
the city but believes a coworker is following 
him while he is in the city. The complainant 
stated he has made his employer aware of 
the problem. 

The complainant was advised to come to 
the station in the future if he feels he is 
being followed.


Sgt. k. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182157
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Assist Perry Police
SR 45 / 62 BYPASS SALEM
 

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 


Officers assisted Perry Twp police and 
volunteer Fire Dept with a motor vehicle 
traffic crash at W. State St. and the SR 45 
by pass on the west side of Salem. A one 
vehicle crash caused serious injury to the 
driver who was being treated at the scene 
by EMT medics and Perry Twp Vol. Fire 
Dept. A life flight helicopter had also been 
dispatched to the scene where a landing 
zone was set up on the SR 45 bypass. 

Officers did assist with shutting down all 
traffic on SR 45 from the intersection at W. 
State to several hundred feet south on SR 
45. Perry Twp PD did have the south side 
blocked so all traffic was blocked from the 
helicopter's landing zone.

At one point a white Ford Taurus unlawfully 
drove southbound around two (2) Salem 
marked patrol cars with overhead lights, 
one (1) Perry Twp Fire truck parked 
sideways in the road with it's overhead 
lights flashing, going left of center and even 
off the road, continuing by the landed life 
flight helicopter and continuing south on SR 
45.

This officer used patrol car 2 and was able 
to safely stop said driver on SR 45 just 
south of Georgetown Rd.

Ohio State Highway Patrol responded a unit 
from the crash scene to the traffic stop 
where a citation was to be issued to the 
driver. Ohio State Highway Patrol was 
handling the traffic crash as well. Officers 
cleared after the majority of emergency 
personnel had cleared from the scene and 
the driver was air lifted to seek further 
treatment.



Ptl. Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182155
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: JACQUELINE SPENCER

Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer. The complainant stated she had 
been a patient at Salem Regional Medical 
Center and did not feel her care was 
acceptable. Officer explained that was not a 
police matter and she was advised other 
options to pursue.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182163
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
207 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: CAMERON CROWL,  
LISBON, OH 

Officers dispatched to the 200 block of 
Jennings Ave. for a possible 
telecommunications harassment report.

Officers arrived on scene and spoke with 
the complainant who showed text 
messages between his girlfriend and the 
subject. Officers did not witness any thing 
threatening in nature in the text messages. 
The complainant stated that he did not wish 
to pursue any charges at this time.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182161
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Drug Paraphernalia
700 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

While on patrol officer's were flagged down 
by a mail carrier and advised of drug 
paraphernalia on the side walk in the 700 
block of North Lincoln. Officers located the 
item (a syringe) and it was brought to the 
station and properly disposed of. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Friday, April 13, 2018
08:37 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182132
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
927 FRANKLIN AVE

Officer responded to the above location 
along with A911. There was a large tree 
branch that was laying across high power 
wires but still attached to the tree.

Ohio Edison was advised and advised they 
would be en-route when possible. Dispatch 
got a ticket number from them at time of 
report.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182127
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Assist Other Agency
1158 S LINCOLN AVE B

Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE 260 S 
ELLSWORTH AVE 

Officer responded to the 11 00 block of S. 
Lincoln Avenue to assist the fire department 
and KLG Ambulance with gaining access to 
a residence. 

Officer was advised that property from the 
ambulance was left in the house when they 
transported a female to the hospital. Officer 
was advised that the female subject wanted 
her purse also.

The property was delivered to her at the 
hospital by KLG who secured the residence 
prior to leaving.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182128
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
339 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

On 4/12/18 officers responded to the 300 
block of Newgarden Ave in regards to a 
domestic dispute. Upon arrival officers were 
met by both parities. After investigation it 
was determined that neither party had 
injuries that were brought on from the other. 
Officers then gathered both parties 
information and then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182125
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018 
Disabled / Stuck MV 
1884 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT B 

While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
stopped in a parking lot in the 1800 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave. Officer made contact with 
the operator who advised of a mechanical 
problem with the vehicle. The individual 
advised that assistance was already on the 
way. 

Officer stopped back later in the shift to 
assure the individual had departed and/or 
did not need further assistance. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182124
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Speak To Officer
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: BRENDA CARDER

Officer responded to the 700 block of 
SouthEast Blvd. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that a 
known male subject was slandering her 
name. Officers looked at the messages that 
were sent to another subject and advised 
the complainant that there wasn't a criminal 
act omitted and that she would have to go 
after the subject civilly. 

The complainant also advised officer that 
the same subject made threats to cause her 
and her grandchild physical harm, that 
matter is under investigation.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182123
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Menacing / Threats
441 N HOWARD AVE SALEM 

Complainant: CHASTITY SINGER

Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
N. Howard Avenue for a report of 
harassment. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised she feels 
harassed by recent postings on social 
media referencing her. The postings were 
by subjects known to her and did not 
contain any physical threats. 

The complainant was advised of her options 
on dealing with the situation.




Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182122
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
ROSE AVE / E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 


Officers responded to the area of Rose Ave 
and E Fourth St for a report of illegally 
parked vehicles. Officers observed all 
vehicle were legally parked along the street 
on Rose Ave, but one was blocking a 
driveway. The operator moved the vehicle 
to a different spot and no further problems 
were observed. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182121
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
2170 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
stopped along the roadway in the 2100 
block of Southeast Blvd.

Officer made contact with the driver who 
advised that the vehicle was disabled, but 
assistance was on the way.

Officer checked back a short time later and 
observed assistance had arrived, however 
they had been unable to repair the vehicle 
and advised they were now awaiting a 
towing service to arrive. 

Officer checked aback again later and 
observed the tow truck had arrived and was 
removing the vehicle. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182120
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Traffic Offense
S LINCOLN AVE / CEDAR ST SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 1300 block 
of S Lincoln Ave in reference to an 
equipment violation. After a brief 
investigation, it was learned that the driver 
was a juvenile and was operating the 
vehicle on a temporary permit.

However, it was also discovered that the 
passenger had a suspended driver's 
license. 

The vehicle was ultimately searched, via 
consent from the driver, and an open 
container of an alcoholic beverage was 
located on the passenger side floor boards.. 
The driver was cited for a Temporary Permit 
Violation (ORC 4507.05A2b) and the 
passenger was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for Open Container in 
a Motor Vehicle (ORC 529.0784).

The registered owner responded and the 
vehicle was driven from the scene.


Cited: Charles W. Rhoads IV DOB 1994
2267 SR 45 Apt 7
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Open Container in a Motor Vehicle


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 120182119
Date:
Drive Off
968 8 STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: BRADLEY 

Officer was dispatched to Smith Oil Gas 
Station on E. State Street for a theft of gas 
complaint. Officer responded and met with 
the complainant who advised that a male 
subject pumped $20.00 worth of gas in a 
green Ford Ranger and left with out 
rendering payment. The vehicle was not 
located.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182118
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Animal Complaint
423 S LUNDY AVE A SALEM 
GROCERY

Officer was dispatched to Sparkle Market 
on S. Lundy Avenue for an animal 
complaint. Officer was advised that a black 
dog was tied up to the side of the building 
with no tags. 

Upon arriving, officer was unable to locate 
the dog anywhere around the building.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182117
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Speak To Officer

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she 
believed she was taking a prescription 
medication, but she was advised by a friend 
that it was an illegal narcotic. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Brooks

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
08:50 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182070
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Traffic Offense
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E WILSON SALEM


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a 
moving violation and during the stop 
conducted a search of the vehicle.

The driver was given a warning for the 
violation and cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182072
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Fraud 
1700 BLOCK OF SHADY LANE B SALEM

Complainant: PAUL CUBICK

Complainant called the PD to report that he 
had received a unsolicited call from a 
company using a phone ID for the Salem 
Fire Departments non-emergency line. The 
complainant wanted to make subjects 
aware of the call.

Officer then cleared.


Lt. David L. Casto



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182073
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: Penny Barker

Officer spoke with the complaintant on 
station in regards to mail. The mail was not 
addressed to the complainant and they 
were advised to just label it return to 
sender.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182074
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Civil Matter
1508 N ELLSWORTH AVE B

Complainant: SHIRLEY IREY

Officer spoke to the complainant on station 
in regards to property in the 1500 block of 
N. Ellsworth Ave. Officer advised her the 
matter was civil and that the matter would 
have to be filed in civil court. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182076
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
E STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH AVE


Unit #1 Driver/Owner: Timothy A. Harlan, 
ALLIANCE, OH

Unit #2 Driver/Owner: Amy L. Booher, 
SALEM, OH


Officers responded to a vehicle crash report 
on E State St. and Ellsworth Ave. Officers 
arrived and found that unit #1 was traveling 
west bound on E. State St. when it struck 
unit #2. Unit#2 was traveling north on 
Ellsworth and failed to stop for the red light 
at State St. 

The driver of unit #2 was cited for failure to 
obey a traffic control device. Unit #1 was 
towed by Sinsleys and unit #2 was towed 
by Davidsons.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182077
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
DIS- Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
E STATE ST / N CUNNINGHAM SALEM

Complainant: MICHELLE LEIPPLY, UNITY 
LINE RD NEW WATERFORD, OH 

Officer responded to the area of E. State St. 
and N. Cunningham for a possible domestic 
in a vehicle.

Complainant advised there were two 
subject yelling at each other. The vehicle 
was traveling West bound on E. State St 
from the stated intersection. Upon arrival, 
officer checked the area but was unable to 
locate the vehicle in question.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182078
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Traffic Offense
780 W STATE ST

Complainant: SMITH, PTL 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a white 
Chrysler Town & Country van in the parking 
lot of Circle K West for an equipment 
violation (No headlights) that occurred on 
W. State St. at Jennings Ave. The driver of 
the vehicle, 33 year old Michael M. Nagel 
Jr. was found to have a suspended drivers 
license. During the investigation, K9 Argo 
was deployed and did alert to the presence 
of narcotic odor. A search of the vehicle 
revealed no contraband. 

Mr. Nagel was issued traffic citations for 
Driving Under Suspension & two headlights 
required. Mr. Nagel's girlfriend, Tiffany M. 
Stiles whom is the owner of the vehicle 
arrived at the scene of the stop. Ms. Stiles 
was also issued a traffic citation for 
wrongful entrustment for knowingly allowing 
Mr. Nagel to operate her vehicle knowing 
Mr. Nagel does not possess a valid drivers 
license. 

Both were given mandatory court dates of 
Friday April 13th, 2018 at 0830a.m. in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.
 
The vehicle was driven from the scene by 
Ms. Stiles.


CITED:
Michael M. Nagel Jr.
DOB: 1984
435 Heacock Rd.
Sebring, OH 44672
Charge: Driving Under Suspension / Two 
headlights required.


Tiffany M. Stiles
DOB: 1984
435 Heacock Rd.
Sebring, OH 44672
Charge: Wrongful Entrustment



Sgt. B. Smith 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182079
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
207 HAWLEY AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 block of 
Hawley for a report of possible animal 
neglectlcruelty. Officer arrived and spoke to 
the subject who advised that his dog had 
gotten tangled in the porch fence and had 
started choking.

There was evidence to support this claim 
and officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182080
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Fraud 
2488 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: DAVIS, DET B 


Officer responded to the Jalisco's Mexican 
Restaurant located at 2488 E. State St. for 
a fraud report. Upon arrival, evidence was 
collected and officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182081
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Traffic Offense

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While on patrol officers initiated a traffic 
stop with a motor vehicle for a moving 
violation. During the stop, K9 Simon did 
indicate to a narcotic odor. The driver was 
ultimately given a written warning for the 
offense.


Ptl. DeRose 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182082
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
OVI Arrest
200 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

Officers initiated a traffic stop in the 200 
block of N Lincoln Ave. The driver of the 
vehicle was found to be impaired and taken 
into custody for OVI. There was also 
several open alcoholic beverage containers 
and marijuana paraphernalia located inside 
the vehicle. 

The male subject was taken back to Salem 
Police Department where he was 
processed and booked. The vehicle was 
towed from the scene by Kaiser's Towing.

The male subject then took a taxi company 
back to his residence inside the city.


Arrested: John Carrion
DOB: 1979
Address: 340 N Ellsworth Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: OVI ORC4511.19Ala, Headlights 
Required, ORC4513.031A, White Light to 
the Rear 4513.13A, Possession of 
Marijauna Paraphernalia city ordinance 
513.12, and Containing an Open Container 
of Intoxicating Liquor city ordinance 
529.07B4


Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182083
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

K9 Simon was requested by OSP Post 15 
for a K9 Sniff of a vehicle on US 62 at 
Homeworth Rd. K9 Simon was deployed 
and did indicate to narcotic odor. Officer 
stood by and assisted trooper as requested 
and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182084
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Suspicious Person
1761 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: DISPATCHER, STOCK

Officer responded to the 1700 block of E 
State St in regards to a suspicious persons 
report. The complainant advised that the 
subject in question had been giving the 
cashiers at the business a hard time and 
appeared to be under the influence of drugs 
and/or alcohol. Officer arrived on scene and 
checked the area but was unable to locate 
the person in question. 

Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182085
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / PENN AVE

Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer initiated a traffic stop on E State St 
and Penn Ave for an equipment violation. 
Upon speaking to the driver it was found 
that the driver had a suspended drivers 
license. AAA Towing responded to the 
scene to remove the vehicle from the 
roadway. The male driver was issued a 
traffic citation for Driving Under Suspension 
and white light to the rear of a motor 
vehicle.


Cited: Joshua J Gatewood
DOB: 1990
Address: 182 N Union Ave. Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charges: Driving Under Suspension (ORC 
4510.11), White light to the rear of motor 
vehicle (ORC 4513.13A)



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182086
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Check Well Being
861 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the 800 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a well being check for an 
elderly male. Officers checked the 
residence and the owner advised that the 
male subject is in a nursing home. 

The nursing home staff check on the male 
subject and he was found to be ok.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182089
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
WALMART


Complainant: Timothy Blake, Martin St 
EAST PALESTINE, OH


2008 CHEV Aveo GRY 
Owner Tammy Blake 

Officers were dispatched to WalMart for a 
HitlSkip report. Officers arrived on scene 
and met with the complainant who stated 
that they were inside the store, and when 
they came out they had noticed that their 
vehicle had been damaged. Unit #1 was 
parked in a marked parking spot facing 
west and had damaged done to the rear 
bumper of the vehicle. 

Officer gathered photographs of the 
damage and information of the Unit #1's 
owner.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182090
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Ambulance Needed
2020 E STATE ST A

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 
2000 block of East State St for a reported 
medical emergency.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182093
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Theft
178 WOODLAND AVE

(4/10/2018 12:29:33 By: 172) WELLS 
FARGO

Officer took a report from a representative 
from Wells Fargo. He advised an outdoor 
heating / cooling compressor unit at 178 
Woodland was missing/stolen at an 
unknown time. An inspection was being 
performed at the house.

Unknown type or model at time of report.


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182095
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Domestic Dispute Report

Complainant: CLETIS MONROY

Officer took a report on station of an alleged 
domestic violence incident that occurred in 
the 900 block of E 6th St.

The complainant stated he wanted no 
action taken, a report only and no signs of 
violence were observed on his person.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182097
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check

Complainant: BANAR, PTL D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH

Officer on patrol observed a female walking 
eastbound in the 100 blk of E. Pershing. 
Officer was aware of a warrant for said 
female that was on the active list from 
earlier today. Dispatch checked with 
Columbiana County Sheriff's office who 
verified that the warrant was active. 

She was stopped and advised of the 
warrant and taken into custody without 
incident. She was handcuffed and 
transported to Salem PD, booked and later 
turned over to a deputy from Columbiana 
County.


arrested: Tricia A. Watson
LKA: 962 Jones Dr.
Salem, OH 44460
dob: 1983
charge: warrant for assault



PTL Banar



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westernreservenews.com

Monday, April 09, 2018
09:06 PM -0500



Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182057
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Suspicious Activity
325 W STATE ST

Police responded to the 300 block of W. 
State St. for suspicious activity for two 
subjects in a vehicle. Police later identified 
the two subjects to be juveniles. When 
making contact Police recovered drugs and 
drug paraphernalia.

One juvenile will be charged for the items 
recovered. Both juveniles were taken back 
to the station then released to an adult.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182058
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1180 S LINCOLN AVE B SALEM

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL C 

Officers responded to various residences in 
the city with CCSO to attempt contact with 
subjects who had arrest warrants. 

Officers attempted contact with three 
subjects, but no contact was made with any 
of them.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182059
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Unattended Fire
665 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer observed an unattended barbecue 
fire in the front yard of a residence in the 
600 block of Washington Ave.

Officer made contact with the subject and 
he was advised to attend the fire or put it 
out. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182060
Date Sunday, April 8,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
579 E THIRD ST 1R SALEM

Complainant: CODEY HYATT

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E. Third Street for a domestic fight report. 
Officers responded and made contact with 
the complainant who advised he and his 
girlfriend heard a disturbance at the 
apartment above them and a female yelling 
to stop being hit. The complainant advised 
the female was inside his apartment.

Officers made contact with the female 
subject who had a large amount of blood on 
her face and clothing. The female stated 
that she had an argument with her 
boyfriend who she resides with. The female 
stated that her boyfriend choked her, 
slapped her in the face several times and 
then struck her in the face with the palm of 
his hand. The female stated she did strike 
her boyfriend back to get him off of her. 

First responders and an ambulance service 
responded and the female was transported 
to the SRMC. Officers spoke with the male 
party involved who advised his girlfriend 
had been arguing with him and she was not 
letting him leave the house all evening and 
had been hitting him. He advised he did 
strike her in the face so that she would get 
away from him.

Scratch marks were observed on his neck 
and a hand print on his back. Photographs 
were obtained of both subjects. 

The male subject was also transported to 
the SRMC. The male subjects juvenile son, 
who had been present for the incident, was 
picked up by his grandfather. 

Officers later responded to the SRMC upon 
the male subject being discharged and he 
was subsequently placed in custody for 
domestic violence. The subject was 
transported back to the police department 
for booking and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: William C. Batton 579 12 E. Third 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
09130185)
Domestic Violence M1



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182061
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Barking Dog
440 W FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Officer responded to the 400 block of W. 
Fifth St. for a report of barking dogs. Officer 
was able to locate the dogs and make 
contact with the owner of them. The owner 
of the dogs brought them inside and was 
given a verbal warning and advised of 
consequences if the matter persist.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182062
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Neighbor Dispute
459 W FIFTH ST SALEM

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL

While on scene at another call officer 
observed a male and female subject get 
into a verbal altercation outside near the 
street. The subjects yelled profanities at 
one another and were advised to return to 
their residences.

Both subjects were given verbal warnings 
for disorderly conduct.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182063
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Assist Perry Police
PROSPECT ST

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

Officer responded to the Salem Acres with 
Perry Township PD to check for a male 
subject who had an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. Officers were not able 
to locate the male.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182064
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
447 CONTINENTAL DR 43 SALEM

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL J

Police responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr. to check for a male subject 
who had an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. The male was located 
and placed in custody. The male was 
transported to the Salem PD before being 
released to the County SO.


Arrested: William J. Mcfarland

Offense: Warrant (FTA OVI)


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182065
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Check Well Being
NEWGARDEN AVE / RR CROSS

Dispatch advised officers that there was a 
female walking the rail road tracks near 
American Standard contemplating suicide 
by train. A description was given and 
officers checked. The female was not 
located.



PTL Banar



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182066
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
2586 E STATE ST A

Officer(s) responded to the 2500 block of 
East State St for a report of a disabled 
vehicle in the roadway. On arrival officers 
provided traffic control until the vehicle 
could be removed. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182067
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Speak To Officer
500 E FOURTH ST

Officers were dispatched to the 500 Block 
of E. Fourth St, for a possible criminal 
mischief report. Officers met with staff 
members who explained that residents 
believed that their vehicles were being 
tampered with and would like stated that 
they would like an extra patrol in the area.



Ptl. Connolly 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182068
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
929 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a reported domestic 
dispute report. Officers spoke with all 
subjects involved and found no threats or 
violence occurred. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 



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Monday, April 09, 2018
10:38 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182052
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
941 E SIXTH ST SALEM


Police responded to the 900 block of E. 6th 
St for a domestic dispute. Upon arriving 
both parties were already separated. Both 
parties advised nothing physical had 
occurred. The female attempted to leave 
when the argument began. The male had 
stated comments regarding his safety that 
concerned officers. The male willingly 
responded to Salem Hospital for an 
evaluation.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182054
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Domestic In Progress
254 W WILSON ST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a domestic related call reported by a 3rd 
party. Officers made
contact at the residence and no one 
reported any problems. Two females were 
asked several times if everything
was OK and they advised that it was. 
Officers did not observe any type of 
problems while on scene.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182055
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Domestic In Progress
284 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a domestic in progress. Officers arrived and 
located a male subject who was highly 
intoxicated yelling and a female subject 
bleeding from her hand. After an on scene 
investigation it was determined that the 
male subject was the aggressor. 

He was placed into custody and due to his 
intoxicated and violent actions, he was 
transported straight to the Columbiana 
County jail. Officer completed the domestic 
violence charges and Mr. Daughtery was 
served after being booked into the jail


Arrested:
Robert Jacob Daughtery
284 E. Third St.
Domestic Violence.



Ptl. D.Osberg 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182056
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Menacing / Threats

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

The complainant responded to this 
department to report threats she received 
from her daughter while she was
visiting her at the Salem Regional Medical 
Center. The complainant advised that her 
daughter signed herself out of the hospital 
against medical recommendation. She 
advised that she tried getting on the 
elevator with her daughter and her daughter 
shoved her trying to push her out. The 
complainant stated that her daughter then 
told her to get away from her or she would 
kill her. 

The complainant wanted a report on file and 
stated that she wished to pursue a 
protection order as well as charges against 
her daughter. 

Report and statement will be forwarded to 
the prosecutors office for review.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182051
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Fight 
430 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: , ANONYMOUS 

Police responded to the 400 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. to take a report of a fight that 
took place several minutes prior to the 
complaint. The complainant advised officers 
that a known female subject punched her in 
the face and that she defended herself. The 
matter is under investigation.



PTL Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182050
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Medical Problem / Assist
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: SRMC, ER 1995 E STATE ST 

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center ER for an unruly patient 
creating a distrubance. The
individual was not free to leave per the 
doctor on call due to being intoxicated and 
having sustained a possible head injury. 
Officers attempted to explain to the 
individual that the doctor would be issuing a 
pink slip if the individual would not willing 
receive treatement. 

The individual initially was cooperative but 
subsequently became unruly again. 
Hospital staff ultimately had to apply 
restraints and sedate the individual. 

Officer explained the circumstances to a 
family member that had arrived at the ER. 
After confirming my presence was no longer 
necessary, officer cleared without incident. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182049
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
599 E STATE ST
BAR/NIGHT CLUB 

Police responded to Mike's Penn Grille for a 
report of several males outside arguing. 
The males were gone prior to officers 
arrival.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182048
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person 
544 E PERSHING ST A SALEM

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Pershing St for a report of a disorderly 
individual that had caused
damage to fixtures inside the bathroom of a 
business. Several witnesses had heard the 
comotion inside the
bathroom and observed the individual come 
out, after which time they entered and 
observed nobody else was in
the bathroom. 

Officer identified the individual who was still 
on scene. Officer explained the allegations 
and potential criminal consequences. 
Officer further explained that the business 
manager advised that if damages were paid 
for, the business would not pursue criminal 
charges. 

The individual denied causing the damage 
in spite of witnesses and evidence to the 
contrary. The incident is under investigation 
and once statements have been obtained 
from all wintesses, along with video and 
photographs, the matter will be sent for 
review for criminal charges. The business 
advised the individual was not welcome 
back, and he was advised that if he did he 
would be charged for criminal trespass. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 201 82047
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Fight
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

On 4/8/2018 officers responded to the 500 
block of S Broadway Ave in regards to a 
fight in progress. Upon arrival officers spoke 
with the victim along with multiple witnesses 
at the scene. Upon investigation it was 
discovered that another male subject had 
smashed a car window while the fight was 
going on. The witnesses on scene stated 
that the assailant was wearing a black 
clothing, a snap back hat, and had a 
stockier build. 

After investigation it was determined that a 
Travis R Culler was involved in the fight and 
was the aggressor involved.

The victim did not wish to press charges 
however officers involved charged Culler 
with disorderly conduct. Culler was then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Travis R Culler
Charge: Disorderly Conduct
DOB: 1988



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182046
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Loud Persons
1264 CEDAR RIDGE DR B

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 4/7/2018 officers responded to the 1200 
block of Cedar Ridge in regards to a noise 
complaint. Upon arrival
officers spoke with the subjects involved. 
Once the subjects understood to keep the 
noise down officers then
cleared without incident.



Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182044
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Fight
295 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: JERIKA CALL

Officers responded to an alley just south of 
W Pershing St in the 200 block in reference 
to a fight. 

Complainant advised that she heard 
screaming coming from a back yard down 
the street. 

Upon arrival the subjects had dispersed, but 
officers made contact with a male walking 
west bound. After speaking with the male, it 
was learned that he had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office. He was subsequently taken 
into custody. 

During the investigation, officers made 
contact with multiple other subjects in the 
area who were involved in the altercation. 
The subjects advised that they had 
responded to a residence in the 300 block 
of W Pershing St to confront another 
subject over an unknown matter, when the 
other subject exited his residence and 
began to spray O.C. spray in their faces. A 
physical altercation ensued prior to officers 
arrival. 

While officers were attempting to conduct 
the investigation, two of the male subjects 
detained continued to become disorderly 
after having been warned to cease their 
actions. Both male subjects were 
subsequently arrested to Disorderly 
Conduct. All three subjects were 
transported to the police department for 
processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Matthew P. Soldo DOB 1980
40722 SR 154
Lisbon, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Violation Of Court Order


Arrested: Lee T. Knight DOB 1996
339 Newgarden Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (ORC 
2917.11A1)


Arrested: Mark D. Knight DOB 1999
1802 Mackline Rd
New Waterford, OH 44445
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (ORC 291 
7.11A1)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182040
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING ST


Unit 1- Owner/Operator: Edward Little


Unit 2- Owner/Operator: Kenneth Tolson



TRAFFIC ACCIDENT


Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
S Lincoln Ave and E Pershing St in 
reference to a two vehicle traffic
accident. Upon arrival, officer spoke with all 
occupants who denied any injuries. Unit 1, 
a silver Toyota Tacoma, was travelling north 
bound on S Lincoln Ave and approaching 
the intersection at E Pershing St. Unit 2, a 
blue 1995 Chevy Corsica, was facing west 
bound on E Pershing St and stopped at the 
red light at S Lincoln Ave. Both units 
proceeded through the intersection at the 
same time, which resulted in both units 
colliding. 

Officer spoke with a Unit 2, the west bound 
lane of E Pershing St, and Unit 2 proceeded 
through the intersection. The witness 
advised, that after the light was green for a 
few moments, Unit 1 ran the red light on S 
Lincoln Ave and collided with Unit 2 in the 
intersection. 

The operator of Unit 1 was cited for a Red 
Light Violation (Salem ORD 313.03) and 
both units were driven from the scene.



Cited: Edward B. Little DOB 1966
965 S Lundy Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Red Light Violation (Salem ORD 
313.03)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182038
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / E PERSHING ST


Unit #1 Driver FRANCISCO PEREZ,  
Owner WALTER SICA 


Unit #2 Driver/Owner VINCENT CITINO 


Police responded to E. Pershing St and 
Southeast Blvd for a motor vehicle 
accident/hit skip. A vehicle (silver Buick) 
was traveling westbound on E. Pershing St 
at Southeast Blvd when a vehicle (silver 
SUV) coming the other direction turned left 
causing the accident. The SUV then 
continued on. A witness was able to provide 
Police information on the vehicle that left 
the scene. 

Dispatch was then advised another witness 
was following the vehicle at that time that 
matched the description / license. Police 
then responded to the residence where the 
subject fled to.

The SUV was then towed by Sinsleys and 
the driver was cited.


Cited: Francisco Perez
DOB: 1973
Add: 31111 Winona Rd
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Failure To Yield/Left turn, Leaving 
The Scene



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182033
Date: Saturday, April 7, 2018
Reckless Operator
2401 E STATE ST F

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with both plow drivers who seemed 
to be a little surprised about the call. They 
advised they would try and watch their 
speed?

Officer had observed them plowing but 
seemed ok.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182035
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Recovered Property
581 E STATE ST SALEM

The complainant responded to this 
department with a cell phone she found in 
the parking lot of the above location. No 
owner information could be located, 
therefore the phone was placed into lost 
and found pending the owner claiming it.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182036
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Recovered Property 
1973 WHINNERY RD SALEM 

Complainant: MADELEINE WARGO

Officers responded to the above location 
and spoke with a complainant who found 
two open packages on their front breeze 
way that are addressed to someone else. 
Officers located the owners of the packages 
and was returned.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182037 
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
N HOWARD AVE / W FOURTH S SALEM


Complainant: EDWARD ARSENA

Police responded to the area of N. Howard 
Ave and W. 4th St for a juvenile issue. The 
complainant advised a group of juveniles 
were throwing snowballs at vehicles. Police 
searched the area and attempted to make 
contact.

Police were unable to locate the juveniles.



Ptl Osberg 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182039
Date: Saturday, April 7, 2018
Domestic In Progress
910 S UNION AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
a reported dispute. Upon arrival, officer 
spoke to a male individual at the residence. 
He advised that he and his adult son had a 
verbal argument with some yelling involved. 
Nothing physical reported and the son had 
already departed the area prior to arrival.


Sgt. D. Green 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182041
Date: Saturday, April 7, 2018
Domestic Dispute Report
975 W WILSON ST A

Complainant: BRITTANY SMITH

Officers responded to the above noted 
address for a report of a domestic dispute. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she and her husband were currently 
involved in a verbal dispute. She stated that 
he told her to leave the residence and he 
kept their two year old child. Both parties 
were explained that neither could make the 
other party leave. No physical violence was 
reported. The male half was also advised 
that if the complainant left for awhile, he 
could not keep her out of the residence 
when she returned. 

Both parties were calm prior to departing.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182032
Saturday, April 7,2018
Public Assist
880 E THIRD ST


Complainant: MISTY HICKS

Officer responded to the 800 block of E. 
Third St. for a public assist. Officer was able 
to help the complainant with their issue.


PTL Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182031
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Assist Perry Police
1318 BEECHWOOD RD

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

Officer responded to the 1300 block of 
Beechwood RD. to assist Perry Township 
PD. Officer stood by until they were no 
longer needed.



PTL Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182030
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
619 E PERRY ST SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officers responded to various addresses 
within the city in an attempt to make contact 
with multiple subjects who had active arrest 
warrants out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office. Officers learned that one 
subject works at American Standard and 
responded there to make contact with him. 
Officers made contact with the subject and 
he was subsequently taken into custody. 

He was transported to the police 
department for processing and later 
transferred to the custody of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office.


Arrested: Alexander M. Brant DO9 
02/02/1995
619 E Perry St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- FTA-Disorderly Conduct



Ptl. Cochran 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182029
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
110 w STATE ST SALEM
EURO GYRO

Complainant: JARRETT, STACY R


Unit 1 - Owner/Operator- Aaron Koch

Unit 2-- Owner/Operator- Stacy Jarrett


Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
E State St and N Ellsworth Ave in reference 
to a two vehicle traffic accident. Unit 1, a 
2007 Mazda, was travelling west bound on 
E State St and approaching the intersection 
at N Ellsworth Ave. Unit 2, a 2014 Chevy, 
was also travelling west bound on E State 
St and approaching the same intersection. 
Unit 2 was behind Unit 1. Unit 1, which 
intended to travel straight through the 
intersection west bound, had entered the 
turning lane to as if it was going to make a 
south bound (left) turn onto S Ellsworth 
Ave. 

Unit 2 continued straight in the west bound 
lane. Unit 1 did not make a south bound 
turn, but the driver decided to continue west 
bound through the intersection. This 
resulted in Unit 1 side swiping Unit 2. 

Unit 1 sustained only s? minor damage to 
the passenger side mirror, while Unit 2 
sustained minor damage to the driver side 
mirror and front wheel well. No injuries were 
reported. The driver of Unit 1 was cited for 
Reasonable Control (Salem ORD 331.34).


Cited: Aaron Douglas Koch DOB 1974
601 Two Ridge Rd Apt J4
Wintersville, OH 43953
Charge: Reasonable Control (Salem ORD 
331.34)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182028
Date: Friday, April 6,2018
Person To Be Removed
440 N BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
N Broadway Ave in reference to a person to 
be removed complaint.

Complainant advised that she no longer 
wanted the subject at her residence 
because he was intoxicated and cursing her 
out. Complainant advised that the subject 
does not reside at the residence. 

Officer spoke with the subject, who was in 
the process of leaving, and he was advised 
not to return. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182027
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
SOUTHEAST BLVD / FRANKLIN SALEM

Officer was dispatched to the above 
intersection in reference to a disabled 
vehicle. Officer responded and spoke with 
the owner, who advised that they had 
Sinsley Towing enroute. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182026
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
638 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM

The guardians of a male juvenile came on 
station due to him refuslng to return home. 
The juvenile has been violating his 
probation for several days now. The 
guardians filed a missing juvenile report and 
were advised of the proper method for flling 
unruly charges. The guardians were also 
advised to contact the juveniles probation 
officer.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident#:120182024
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Assist Perry Police
W STATE ST / JENNINGS AVE SALEM

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP PD, 
POLICE 2198 N ELLSWORTH AVE 
SALEM, OH 44460 (330)332-1000

Police responded to W. State St and 
Jennings Ave to assist Perry Twp PD for a 
traffic stop. Officers stood by while Perry 
Twp conducted a search of the vehicle. 
Drug contraband was recovered at the 
scene. Officers stood by until Perry Twp 
was finished with the investigation.




Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182024
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Assist Perry Police
W STATE ST / JENNINGS AVE SALEM

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP PD, 
POLICE 21 98 N ELLSWORTH AVE 
SALEM, OH 44460 (330)332-1000


Police responded to W. State St and 
Jennings Ave to assist Perry Twp PD for a 
traffic stop. Officers stood by while Perry 
Twp conducted a search of the vehicle. 
Drug contraband was recovered at the 
scene. 

Officers stood by until Perry Twp was 
finished with the investigation.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182023
Date: Friday, April 6,2018
Menacing \ Threats
405 E. State St

Police responded to the 400 block of E. 
State St for a report a threats. A subject at a 
business has been receiving threats over 
an incident that had occurred several days 
prior. Documentation of the threats and 
phone calls were taken. Employees were 
advised to contact Police for further threats 
or if the subject response to the business as 
stated.


Ptl Osberg 



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Salem Police Story Incident#:20182021
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Person To Be Removed
182 N UNION AVE SALEM

Complainant: MATTHEW NEWTON

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant/owner of the 
apartment building. He advised he had just 
purchased the building and has a contractor 
there to start fixing the place up.

He had already gotten a female out of an 
apartment on the second floor but a male is 
there and came out but won't leave. He is 
sitting in the hallway with his dog.

Officer talked with the male who advised he 
was visiting Joey another tenant there. The 
complainant/owner advised he was on his 
way out as far as he knew also.

The male agreed to get his belongings he 
had there and get them out of the way of 
the contractor.

The complainant/owner gave the male 
permission to visit Joey as long as that's all 
he was doing but he could not stay there.

The male advised he understood.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182017
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Theft
382 SHARP AVE

Complainant: SUSAN MYERS-SUTTON

Officers spoke with a complainant who 
stated that their temp tag was taken off their 
vehicle sometime over the last couple of 
days and didn't know what to do about 
getting a new plate. Officers advised the 
complainant about their options.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182016
Date: Friday, April 6,2018
Harassment
980 E FIFTH ST SALEM 

Complainant: LAUREN JENNINGS

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of harassment. Officers spoke with 
the complainant who stated that their ex 
was contacting them over a matter of 
money owned. Officers advised the 
complainant that money issues are a civil 
matter, but if the harassment continued 
Officers explained other options to the 
complainant.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182015
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Assist Other Agency
DEPOT RD \ SNYDER RD

Complainant: POST, 15

K9 Simon was requested and assisted an 
OSP Post 15 trooper on Snyder Rd. at 
Depot Rd. K9 Simon did indicate to narcotic 
odor and officers stood by and assisted the 
Trooper without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182014
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Domestic Dispute Report
491 E PERRY ST SALEM

Officers responded to a domestic in 
progress in the 400 block of E Perry St. 
After arriving on scene officer found an 
active domestic dispute occurring. An 
investigation revealed no violence and only 
a verbal argument with both subjects giving 
a consistent statement to the events.  

One party left the residence for the evening 
and officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182013
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
OVI Arrest
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILROAD SALEM

Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop on 
Newgarden Ave near Railroad St. Upon 
speaking to the driver it was believed that 
he had been intoxicated on this date. 
Officer then had the male subject perform 
SFST testing, subsequently the male 
subject was placed under arrest for OVI. 

The male subject was then transported to 
the Salem PD for booking and processing. 
The male subject was issued a traffic 
citation for OVI and marked lanes violation. 

While on station the male subject refused to 
call for a sober ride home and was then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Brent L Baddeley
Address: 931 Newgarden Avenue, Salem, 
Ohio, 44460
DOB: 1966
Charge(s): Marked Lanes Violation, OVI 
(4511.19Al a)



Ptl Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182012
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Assist Perry Police
FILBERT AVE / E WILSON ST

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

Officer assisted Perry Twp. PD on a traffic 
stop on E Wilson Ave. and Filbert. Officer 
stood by and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182011
Date:
Underage Consumption 
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: CALLER, ANOUNYMOUS 

An anonymous complainant called in to 
make a tip of an underage male subject 
lately consuming alcohol at a local 
establishment in the 400 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. Dispatch took the 
information over the phone due to all 
officers being tied up on an emergency call.



Sgt. B. Smith 



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Salem Police De~artment Incident #: 
20182010
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Fight 
496 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM
BAR/NIGHT CLUB 

Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN

Officers responded to a fight at Fernengles 
Tavern in the 400 block of S. Broadway 
Ave. After arriving officer witnessed an 
assault in progress, with the suspect failing 
to comply with orders to stop. The suspect 
was arrested and while arresting him he 
resisted arrest. 

Due to the nature of the assault, officer will 
turn that investigation over to the 
Detectives. 

The male in custody was transported on 
station, processed and transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.

Ptl. M. Garber

Arrested: William A. Wilson DOB:1956 of 
2640 Cunningham Rd. Salem Oh
Charge: Disorderly conduct, persisting 
(M4), Resisting Arrest (M2)



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182009
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Open Door
180 OHIO AVE 4

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

Officers responded to the 100 Blk of Ohio 
Ave. to locate a subject involved in a 
protection order violation. Upon arrival, 
officers located an open door at the 
residence and the residence appeared to 
be broken into. 

Officers cleared the residence and nobody 
was located. Officers secured the door prior 
to leaving.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182006
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Intoxicated Driver
400 BLOCK OF E PERSHING

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D 

Officers responded to a reported intoxicated 
driver in the area of the 400 block of E 
Pershing St. at the rear of a business on S. 
Broadway Ave. This was the second time 
this date the vehicle was called in as an 
intoxicated driver. Officers located the 
suspect vehicle and found the vehicle to be 
the same that officers had an earlier
complaint of an intoxicated driver on. 

During an encounter with the driver officer 
found him to be intoxicated and placed him 
under arrest. The driver was transported on 
station, processed and released to a cab to 
ensure his safe transportation home.

Ptl. M. Garber


Arrested: David J. Gbur DOB: 1955 of 300 
Vine Ave. Apt 5 Salem
Charge: OVI CCMC date of 4-9-18



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182005
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Protection Order Violation
285 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ASHLEY HOUSE

Officer responded to the 200 Blk of W. 
Pershing St. for a protection order violation. 
Complainant/victim stated that her ex, who 
she has a protection against was sending 
her messages on Face Book. Complainant 
also advised that her ex was outside her 
residence speaking with her children, who 
are also protected under the protection 
order. Officers were unable to locate the 
subject in question. Charges are pending.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182002
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Sex Offense 
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Boulevard for a sex offense 
involving a minor. The complainant advised 
she had heard several allegations that a 
family member was sexually assaulting her 
son. Officers spoke with the male subject 
who made the allegations and he advised 
that he witnessed several incidents where 
the family member was inappropriately 
touching the minor. 

The complainant was advised to have the 
juvenile checked by medical personnel at 
Akron Children's. Detective Davis and 
Columbiana County Children Services were 
advised and the incident and it is currently 
under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182001
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Animal Complaint
2072 E ELEVENTH ST SALEM

Complainant: MELISSA COSTA

Officers responded to the 2200 block of 
East 11th Street for a report of a sick or 
injured raccoon. Upon arrival officers 
witnessed the raccoon run under a porch of 
a home and did not come out. Officers 
advised the complainant to contact us again 
if further needed and we cleared without 
further incident. 


PTL DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181995
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Criminal Trespassing
2337 OAK ST 

Officers were called to remove a unwanted 
female from the residence. There has been 
a history at this residence of the female 
resident and the unwanted person, not 
getting along. The male who lives at the 
house was not there to "allow" her to be 
there as a guest. 

Officers asked the woman to leave. She did 
so without incident but asked for a free ride 
across town to which she was denied. 



Banar901



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Friday, April 06, 2018
07:20 AM -0500

Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181991
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Accidental Damage
805 S L INCOLN AVE

Complainant: JOSEPH SIMPSON

Officer were dispatched to the 800 block of 
S. Lincoln Ave. for a accidental damage 
report. Officers were advised that Unit#l 
pulled into the drive way of a residents and 
while backing out of the residents struck a 
tree on the residential owners property. It 
appears to have cause minor damage to 
the tree as well as cause damage to the 
area around the tree. 

The Complainant stated that the Unit #1 
had minor damage to the tail light of the 
vehicle.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181 996
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Accident Private Property 
1200 E SIXTH ST 
SALEM HS


Officer(s) responded to the rear parking lot 
of the High School for a reported private 
property accident. Unit # 1 had been legally 
parked and occupied when it was struck by 
unit # 2. Unit # 2 had been driving through 
the lot when it struck unit # 1. There were 
no reported injuries and no citations were 
issued. Officers cleared.


Unit # 1 / owner / Tina Sinkovich
vehicle / 2017 Dodge


Unit # 2 / owner / Melissa Kitts
driver /  (JUVENILE)
vehicle / 2006 Ford



PTL Keister



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181994
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Ambulance Needed
310 VINE AVE SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
Vine Ave for a reported medical emergency. 
On arrival officers located the person in 
question sitting in his vehicle. The man was 
transported to the ER by ambulance. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181993
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Open Door
246 E SEVENTH ST

Complainant: DOROA SANDOE

Officers responded to the 200 block of East 
7th St for a report of a open door on a 
residence. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. 

Officers had dispatch make contact with the 
homeowner and she was advised of the 
situation. Officers got the family pets to go 
back into the residence then secured the 
door in question. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181989
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S LINCOLN AVE at COLUMBIA 


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been traveling north 
in the 300 block of South Lincoln when it 
was struck in the side by Unit # 2. Unit # 2 
had been turning north onto South Lincoln 
from Columbia St when it struck unit # 1. 
There were no reported injuries and both 
vehicles were driven from the scene. 

The driver of unit # 2 was cited for FTY from 
a intersection.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Shirley Martin
vehicle / 2013 Ford


Unit # 2 / owner / Dwain Smith
driver / Tammra Smith



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181992
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
NEWGARDEN 400 BLOCK C 
AMERICAN STNDRD GUARD SHACK


Unit 1 parked Truck Ohio PVN8095
trailer: not damaged
driver: Alin Calugar


Unit 2 Truck Indiana 2415856
Trailer: Ontario CA, N8720W
driver: Saif Hameedi


Unit 1 was parked to the right of unit 2. Unit 
1 was on the north side of unit 2. Unit 1 was 
parked at the loading dock when unit 2 
began to pull out. Driver of unit 2 struck unit 
1 with the trailer of unit 2, colliding with the 
truck of unit 1. This caused minor damage 
to unit 1's left mirrors, fender and headlight 
lens. Unit 2's trailer received scratches 
about half way back on the right side. 

Neither driver was injured. Officer took 
photos of the damages and attached to this 
report. No cite issued, private property. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181977
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Fire Alarm
423 S LUNDY AVE A
GROCERY

Complainant: AUDIO ALARM, SECURITY 

Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Lundy Ave for a call of a fire alarm. Upon 
arrival, officers noticed that the sprinklers 
were active and had customers evacuate 
the building. Officers stood by and assisted 
the Fire Department until the scene was 
secure and cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181978
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
N LINCOLN AVE / E NINTH STREET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 900 blk of N. 
Lincoln for a report of a limb in the roadway. 
Upon arrival, officer was able to remove the 
limb from the roadway.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181980
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Suspicious Person
201 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM
CONVENIENCE STORE

Officers responded to the 200 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a suspicious male digging 
through the trash. The male subject was 
found to be impaired and first responders 
and an ambulance were called to the 
scene. 

The male subject was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181984
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Unknown Problem
746 E THIRD ST

Complainant: MELISSA DEMEO

Officers responded to the 700 block of E 
Third St for an unknown problem. The 
complainant continued to call the police 
department and hang up. 

The complainant stated she was attempting 
to find out what happened to her roommate 
since he had not returned home. The 
complainant advised that officers had dealt 
with him earlier this evening and he had 
been transported to Salem Regional 
Medical Center.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Thursday, April 05, 2018
08:25 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181975
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Theft
2511 BENTLEY DR 1 SALEM

Complainant: SARA DELP

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported theft. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised an 
unknown person removed money from her 
wallet. The complainant believes the theft 
occurred around March 25.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181974
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Accident Private Property
2487 E STATE ST B SALEM

Complainant: THOMAS BRANNON,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431 

Complainant on station to report he backed 
into a vehicle at the above stated location 
on 04/03/18. The complainant advised he 
left contact information on the vehicle but 
wanted the incident documented. 
Complainant's vehicle did not sustain any 
damage and he did not observe damage to 
the other vehicle.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181973
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Littering / Dumping
201 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Complainant: TOY, SGT

While on patrol, officer observed a subject 
putting signs on an OE pole for a metal roof 
company. Officer informed the subject of 
the city ordinance and he advised the signs 
would be removed.


Sgt. K. Toy


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181972
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Check Well Being
785 E STATE ST A

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL

Officer(s) performed a well being check on 
a person known to them in the 700 block of 
East State St. After speaking with the 
female Officers called for First Responders 
and a ambulance. The female was 
voluntarily transported to the ER for 
evaluation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181971
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Domestic In Progress
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported domestic in 
progress. On arrival officers spoke with the 
persons involved. It was determined to be a 
verbal dispute between two persons. 
Officers advised both of the options for 
dealing with the situation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181969
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Menacing / Threats
514 CONTINENTAL DR 48

Complainant on station to report a threat 
made at the above stated location. The 
complainant advised his neighbor made a 
threat of harming him. 

Officer explained his option of pursuing the 
matter but the complainant just requested 
the matter documented at this time.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181968
Date:
Theft
2511 BENTLEY DR 1 SALEM
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018

Complainant: SARA DELP

Officers were dispatched to the 2500 block 
of Bentley Dr. for a theft report. Officer met 
with the complainant who stated that they 
had money taken from their wallet at an 
unknown time during the past week. 

Officer gathered the information needed 
and cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181963
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
1453 ALLEN RD SALEM

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL 

While on patrol officers observed a broken 
utility pole in the 1400 block of Allen Rd. 
Officers had dispatch contact the FD as well 
as Ohio Edison about the situation. Officers 
provided traffic control until barricades 
could be set up. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181962
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
SCARBORO LN / PAINTER RD

Complainant: CONNOLLY, PTL

Officer were dispatched to the area of 
Panter Rd. and Scarboro Ln. for a tree 
down in the roadway. Officers arrived on 
scene and notified the Street department. 
Once the Street Department and removed 
the tree officers cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181954
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Assault
405 E STATE ST

Complainant: CHRISTOPHER FORTUNE,  
NILES, OH 44446

Officer responded to the police department 
to meet with a male complainant who 
wanted to file an assault report that 
occurred at a business in the 400 block of 
E. State Street. The complainant advised 
that he was not satisfied with the service of 
the business and posted a message about 
it online. He stated that he was at the 
business today with a friend and he had an 
issue with a male employee of the business 
and the owner. The complainant advised he 
was struck in the face while near a back 
room by the employee and the owner. 

Officer observed a small mark near the 
complainants left eye and obtained 
photographs. The complainant advised he 
wished to pursue charges and filled out a 
written statement. A statement was also 
obtained from a female subject that was 
present with him. 

Officer later made contact with the owner of 
the business who stated that the other 
employee involved left for the day. The 
owner advised the complainant was 
causing problems inside the business and 
he advised his employee to give the 
complainants money back, which they did, 
and the complainant was to leave. The 
owner advised that he walked in on the 
complainant speaking with his employee 
and he separated the two.

The owner advised he fell to the ground 
with the complainant and advised the 
complainant to leave his business. The 
owner advised he never struck the 
complainant and does not believe his 
employee did either. 

The owner responded to the police 
department to complete a written statement 
along with another female employee of the 
business. Officer will follow up with the 
other employee involved in the alleged 
altercation. Investigation pending.


Ptl. C. Crider 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181955
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Flooded Roadway
0 BUTCHER RD / S CUNNINGHAM 

Officer responded to check Butcher Rd for a 
report of the roadway flooding. Several 
portions of the roadway inside city limits 
were observed to have water overflowing 
from the drainage ditches and onto the 
road, however the water was merely 
surface run off. As a safety precaution, 
officer continued a short distance beyond 
city limits and checked the basin of a valley 
that Butcher Rd passes through. A 
moderate amount of storm run off was 
flowing across the road, however the water 
was not deep and the level of a nearby 
pond was not even close to the level of the 
roadway. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181956
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Speak To Officer
440 N BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer responded to the 400 block of N 
Broadway Ave for a speak to officer report. 
Complainant advised that she met a male 
over a dating website and after they had 
relations, he advised her that he possesses 
an auto immune disease. The matter is 
under investigation.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181958
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
189 E THIRD ST 1

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMPLAINT 

Officers responded to the 100 block of E 
Third St to take a female into custody who 
had an active arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office. Officers 
received an anonymous tip that the female 
was located there and made contact with a 
female tenant. The female advised that the 
subject was not on scene, but allowed 
officers to search the interior of the 
residence for her. Officers located the 
female subject hiding inside a closet and 
she was subsequently taken into custody 
on the arrest warrant. The female was 
transported to the police department for 
processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail. Officers cleared.


Arrested: Nickole M. Hoschar DOB 1992
5393 112 Bye Rd
East Palestine, OH 44413
Charge: Warrant- FTA (ORC 2935.08)


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181959
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Suspicious Activity
189 E THIRD ST 1

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMPLAINT

A resident of the 100 block of E Third St 
had advised officers that a wanted female 
individual who had been staying there had 
since moved out. The resident gave 
consent to check inside the apartment and 
officers located the wanted female hiding in 
a closet. As a result, the resident was 
placed under arrest for obstruction of official 
business. The resident was properly 
handcuffed and transported to Salem PD. 
Once processed she was transported to 
Columbiana County Jail along with the 
female that had been arrested on the 
warrant.


Arrested: Mary D. Fitch DOB 1980
189 E Third St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Obstructing Official Business (ORC 
2921.31)


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181960
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
RR Crossing Gate Malfunction 
W WILSON ST / RAILROAD CR 

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL

While on patrol officer noticed the railroad 
crossing gates on W. Wilson St. were 
malfunctioning. Officer did observe the 
gates function properly when a train came. 
Norfolk Southern was contacted and 
advised of the malfunction.



PTL BROOKS



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Wednesday, April 04, 2018
08:35 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181944
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: Donna 

Report of a drive off at the above address. 
Upon arrival, the employee advised that a 
subject in a Maroon SUV had pumped 
$23.00 worth of gas and left without paying. 
Employee advised that she was unable to 
get a license plate and that the vehicle left 
the parking lot westbound.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181945
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
325 W STATE ST

Complainant: CALLER, UNKNOWN

Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area but did not locate any 
female or any one in the parking lot. The lot 
was clear.

The female caller had advised never mind 
false alarm on over dosing.

Dispatch advised 91 1 showed 345 W. 
Pershing which officer had checked was 
dark no vehicles around and no one 
answered the door.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181946
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
KEY- Residential Lockout
675 ARCH ST

Complainant: C.A.R.T.S., (330)424-4015

Officers responded to the above location for 
a residential lockout, prior to Officers arrival 
the complainant was able to gain access to 
the residence.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181947
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Solicitor(s) 
400 BLOCK OF W FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male subject selling steaks. 
Officers spoke with the male subject and 
advised him he needed a permit to sell 
items in the city. He agreed and said he 
would go get a permit.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181948
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
1995 E STATE ST B SALEM

Complainant: ER NURSE, 1995 E STATE 
ST SALEM

Report of a distraught/upset male subject 
that left the above location. Upon arrival, 
officers were advised that the male subject 
had left in a White PT Crusier westbound 
on E. Pershing St. Officers checked the 
area for several minutes and were unable to 
locate.


Ptl Miller


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181949
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
2511 BENTLEY DR 1 SALEM

Police responded to the 2500 block of 
Bentley Rd. A worker advised that a 
resident had been advising of misuse.

Police spoke with care takers who advised 
the resident is not in a good mental state. 
After looking into the situation no incident 
had seemed to have occurred.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181950
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Reckless Operator
2955 E STATE ST A SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
a reckless operator. The vehicle in question 
was located pulling into the parking lot of 
2875 E. State St. Contact was made with 
the driver and he was advised of the 
complaint. Due to him appearing lethargic, 
the first responders and KLG were 
requested to affirm that no medical 
problems were an issue. The driver was 
found to have been up for several hours 
working multiple jobs. He advised that he 
was not going to drive for awhile and rest in 
the parking lot.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181951
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Intoxicated Driver
423 S LUNDY AVE A

Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area for a white van with 
ladders on the top  heading east bound on 
Columbia from the Sparkle lot. The male 
operator was supposedly possibly 
intoxicated?

Officer checked the flats and surrounding 
area but did not locate it.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181952
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
939 JEFF ERSON AVE

Police responded to the 900 block of 
Jefferson Ave for an unruly juvenile. The 
juvenile has been giving the guardian 
several issues and refused to listen. 
Officers spoke with the juvenile who refused 
to cooperate. The guardian was advised of 
the proper way to file charges at the 
juvenile court.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181931
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
175 W STATE ST
SPEEDWAY GAS STATION


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 1997 Jeep SW Wrangler Green in 
color (DRIVER LESS)
Owner: Ralph Killing 14199 Berlin Station 
Rd Berlin Center, Ohio 44401
Operator/Parked vehicle: Joshua Killing 321 
81 Gurlea St Hanoverton, Ohio 44423


Operator parked Unit #1 in front of the ice 
chest(s) at speedway pulling on the center 
emergency brake while he went inside. The 
operator advised that as he was walking in 
front of Unit #1 a person stopped him and 
advised him that Unit #1 was moving 
backwards (westerly direction).

Unit #1 driver less went across S. Howard 
striking the building at 209 S. Howard in the 
south center panel approximately an 8' X 
12" section.

No injuries reported at time of crash. No 
Unit was towed.

Operator who parked Unit #1 advised he 
must not have gotten the emergency brake 
all the way up locking it in. He advised it 
was going backwards slowly but was just 
too far away by the time he went to try and 
stop it.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181932
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Shoplifter(.)
2955 E STATE ST E
BEAUTY SHOP

Police responded to Sallys Beauty Supply 
in the 2900 block of E. State St for a theft. A 
male and a female were in the store when 
the female placed an item inside of her 
purse. The employee advised the female 
about the situation as she was walking out 
the door. Then the employee questioned 
the male he rushed out of the store.

The male and female were both identified 
as well as the item taken. Further 
investigation pending.


Ptl. Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181933
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Civi l Matter
679 OHIO AVE

Complainant: CLINTON PARKER,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408 

Officers responded to the above location 
and was advised by the owner/landlord of 
the property that an unwanted male subject 
was there attempting to take property that 
was not to be removed.

It was found that the male came there to 
pick up property of his female friend who 
had moved out. He came with another male 
to help get the stackable washer & dryer out 
of the basement worth, according to the 
male subject $430.00.

The complainant/landlord advised that the 
place was left in a mess and they are trying 
to clean it up throwing numerous items out.

The complainant/landlord advised he does 
not have a key to the basement at this time, 
the other renter has it so he couldn't even 
get into the basement at this time.

Both the complainant/landlord and the male 
subject there advised that they had 
threatened each otherlhe said - she said 
things.

Officer advised the male subject he was to 
leave and advise the female whom he was 
talking with on the phone that this was a 
civil matter and take it there.

The complainant/landlord advised if he had 
the key to the basement he would have let 
them in to take it. The male advised that 
was not true and he told him to get off his 
porch and property.

The male left with another male in a pick up 
truck who had come to help.

Note: The male subject advised they had 
scrubbed the apartment down and it was 
clean he didn't know what the 
complainant/landlord was talking about the 
mess.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181934
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Dog at Large 
JENNINGS AVE / W FIFTH ST SALEM 

Complainant: CHARITY TOWNSEND

Officer was dispatched to the above area in 
reference to a dog at large. Complainant 
advised of a black pitbull mix running loose 
in the area. Upon arrival, officer checked 
the surrounding area for several minutes 
but, was unable to locate the dog. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181935
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Assist Perry Police
W STATE ST B SALEM

Complainant: POLICE DEPARTMENT, 
PERRY TW 

Officer was dispatched to the 11 00 block of 
W State St to assist a Perry Township 
Police Department officer on a traffic stop. 
Perry PD stopped a gold van and the officer 
observed the odor of marijuana emanating 
from the interior of the vehicle. The 
occupants were asked to step out of the 
vehicle and subsequently patted down for 
weapons and searched by Perry PD. 
Marijuana paraphernalia was located on 
one of the occupants. 

During a probable cause search of the 
vehicle, multiple tear off baggies of an 
unknown white powdered substance and 
Marijuana were located inside a black draw 
string bag that was found inside a floor 
compartment. These items were 
confiscated by Perry PD. 

The driver and passenger were both cited 
respectively for their involvement and 
released. Officer stood by until Perry PD 
concluded their investigation. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181936
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Shoplifter
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Police responded to Walmart for a theft 
report. A female subject was detained for 
failing to scan multiple items and passing all 
points of sale without rendering payment. 
The female voluntarily admitted the theft to 
this officer and was placed into custody. 
The female was processed at Salem PD 
and then transported to Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested: Samantha L. Morgan
DOB: 1993
ADD: 711 E. 5th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Theft



Ptl Osberg 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181938
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1180 S LINCOLN AVE B SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant in the 1100 block of S Lincoln Ave. 
Officers spoke with the subject's father who 
advised that the subject was at a friends 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181939
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Drive Off 
968 8 STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY 

Ofticer responded to Smith Oil Gas Station 
for a drive off. A red 90's van pumped $40 
worth of gas and drove off before making 
payment.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181941
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Traffic Offense
E PERSHING ST / OHIO AVE

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle 
for an equipment violation on E. Pershing 
St. near Ohio Ave. After identifying the 
subjects in the vehicle it was found that a 
male passenger of the vehicle had an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. The 
male was taken into custody and 
transported to the PD and later released to 
Columbiana County SO.


Arrested: Jason W. Yates
DOB: 1979
Offense: Warrant ( Narcotic Equip 
Possesion)



PTL BROOKS



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181942
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Check Well Being
2875 E STATE ST
SUPERMARKET

Officer was dispatched to WaCMart on E. 
State Street to check the well being of a 
male subject who advised staff he had no 
place to go for the night. Officer responded 
and made contact with the subject who 
advised he is from Wooster, Ohio and has 
no way to get back to Wooster after being 
released from the Columbiana County Jail 
today. 

Contact was made with two motels to check 
on a room under the transient program, but 
no rooms were available. The subject was 
transported back to the police department 
to wait in the lobby until the morning.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Tuesday, April 03, 2018
08:19 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181915
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Traffic Offense
1000 W STATE ST

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
1000 block of W State St. for a moving 
violation. Officer during the stop believed 
the driver may need medical assistance and 
called for the Salem FD and EMT 
ambulance to check the driver. The driver 
refused medical treatment and was given a 
warning for the moving violation. Officer 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181916
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
100 BLOCK OF E THIRD

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officers initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
for an equipment violation in the 200 block 
of E Third St. During the traffic stop K9 
Simon was deployed for an open air sniff of 
the vehicle and Simon did indicate to 
narcotic odor. A probable cause search of 
the vehicle did yield marijuana. A passenger 
of the vehicle was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation.


Cited: Amanda J. Durkin
DOB: 1992
Address: 288 E Third St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181917
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Civil Matter
378 W FOURTH ST

Officer spoke with several subjects in the 
300 block of W 4th St. in reference to a civil 
matter. It was explained multiple times to all 
involved that the matter of residency was 
civil and officers could take no action. 
Officers cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181918
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Assist Perry Police
1995 E STATE ST A

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

Officer responded to the 1900 block of E 
State St to assist Perry Township Police 
with locating a vehicle. The parking lots 
were checked at the hospital but the vehicle 
was not located.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181919
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
OVI  Arrest
N Ellsworth Ave and E Second St

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the area of N 
Ellsworth Ave and E Second St for an 
intoxicated driver. The vehicle was located 
at a nearby residence and was running. The 
driver was located inside the vehicle 
sleeping and was administered field 
sobriety. The driver was taken into custody 
for OVI and transported back to the Salem 
Police Department to be processed and 
booked. The male subject was released 
and given a ride home by a local taxi 
company.


Arrested: John Zamora
DOB: 1955
Address: 746 E Third St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19Ala and 
4511.19A2b


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181922
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Menacing / Threats 
855 W STATE ST SALEM

Officers responded to the 800 block of w 
State St for as menacing report. Employees 
at the business stated that a male asked for 
an employee that wasn't working. He 
started making verbal threats on his life and 
soon left when the employees started taking 
pictures. 

Officers obtained written statements from 
the employees and the victim. The male 
was identified as a juvenile and located at 
his residence inside the city. The male 
juvenile admitted to making several threats 
and was taken into custody. The male was 
transported to the Salem Police
Department where he was processed then 
transported to Tobin.


Arrested: Devon Reynolds (JUVENILE)
DOB: 05-04-2004
Address: 664 Washington Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Aggrivated Menacing ORC 
2903.21


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181923
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Speak To Officer
192 W FOURTH ST B

Officer spoke with a subject on station 
about a civil matter in the 100 block of W 
Fourth St. Officer advised her the Courts 
handle the eviction process and removals 
are generally done by the CCSO. Officer 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181924
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment 

Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of harassment. 
Information was gathered and officers 
cleared.


Ptl DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181925
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
911 Hang-up Call
930 HIGHLAND AVE SALEM

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to 930 Highland Ave. for 
a report of a 911 hang-up call. Upon arrival, 
the exterior of the residence was checked 
and found to be in order. Contact was made 
with the home owner who advised that her 
husband was shutting off his phone and 
must have accidentally dialed 911. 

No issues were encountered and officers 
cleared.


Sgt. B. Smith 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181926
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Reckless Operator
E STATE ST / S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

Officers responded to W State St for a 
reckless operator. Dispatch notified officers 
that the vehicle stopped at a green light and 
used the wrong turn signal. Officers located 
the vehicle at Speedway. Officers made 
contact with the driver of the vehicle and the 
driver was found to have a suspended 
license. 

The driver was cited for driving under 
suspension. A valid driver retrieved the 
vehicle.

Ptl. DeRose


Cited: Donna D Comtois
Offense Charged: Driving Under 
Suspension
DOB: 1968
Address: 23132 Apt. A St Rt 30 Minreva 
44652




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181927
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Assist Other Agency
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: GOSHEN TWNSHIP, PD 

Officer responded to a business in the 2800 
block of E State St to assist another agency 
in locating a runaway juvenile. Goshen 
Police advised that a juvenile had ran away 
from her residence and was believed to be 
at this location inside of the city. Officer 
arrived on scene and checked the business 
but was unable to locate any juvenile 
matching the description that was given. 
Officer advised the manager on duty of the 
incident and told her to contact the Salem 
Police Department if the juvenile is found in 
the store. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181928
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Assault
687 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the 600 block of S 
Lincoln Ave in regards to an assault report. 
Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
male victim who advised that three male 
subjects had assaulted him over an 
argument. The victim and a witness filled 
out a voluntary statement form and officer 
took photographs of the victim's injuries.

Officer later responded to the 1100 block of 
Prospect St with Perry Township Police 
Department for a follow up in regards to this 
incident. Upon identifying the subjects it 
was found that one of the male subjects did 
have an active warrant out of Beaver 
County, Pennsylvania. Perry PD then 
placed the male in custody once the 
warrant was confrmed.

The following incident is under investigation 
and will be sent to a prosecutor for review.


Ptl Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181929
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
196 W EIGHTH ST SALEM

Complainant: KLARYSA GREEN,  LAKE 
MILTON, OH 44429

Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
Eighth St for a dispute. The complainant 
advised her boyfriend would not get out of 
the vehicle and go into his grandmother's 
residence due to him being intoxicated. 

When officers arrived the male subject had 
already went into the residence. Officers 
made contact with the male subject who 
advised he was ok and had a verbal dispute 
with the complainant. The complainant had 
stated that she was going back to her 
mother's residence and both parties would 
be separated for the evening.


Ptl. E. Perry



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westernreservenews.com

Monday, April 02, 2018
08:47 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181910
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Barking Dog
834 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
N. Ellsworth Ave. for a dog complainant. 
Officers arrived on scene and made 
negative contact with any dogs. The 
complainant stated that they did not wish to 
speak with an officer.


Ptl. Connolly 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181892
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Accident Private Property

Complainant: TOY, SGT K


Unit 1, Self Insured under State of Ohio, 
4200 Surface Rd, Columbus OH 43228. -
Owner State of Ohio

Unit 2, Driver THERESA MORRIS, Owner 
GEORGE MORRIS 


While on patrol, an officer did observe a 
motor vehicle accident on private property 
in the 200 block of S Broadway. It was 
found that Unit #2 had backed from a 
parking spot and struck Unit #1 which was 
legally parked. Report numbers were issued 
and photographs were taken.


Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181889
Date. Saturday, March 31,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
325 W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: LAUREN JENNINGS

Complainant on station to report that her 
car had been damaged while at work in the 
300 block of West State St. The 
complainant stated that she believed that 
her vehicle had been keyed by a co worker 
while parked at her place of employment. 
Officers took photos of the damage and will 
review the video of the parking lot. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181896
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Assist Other Agency 

Complainant: OSP, LISBON

Officer stood by while OSP administered a 
BAC test and cleared without incident.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181909
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised her neighbor came 
home in the middle of the night and was 
intoxicated and causing an issue outside 
the residence. Both subjects had a verbal 
dispute before they went their separate 
ways. 

The male subject was advised to remain in 
his residence for the evening due to his 
intoxication level.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181908
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Intoxicated Person

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol located an intoxicated 
subject with an open container outside a 
business in the 200 block of N. 
Cunningham Rd. The subject was honest 
with officer, from out of state and unsure of 
the laws for Ohio. The subject was advised 
just to stay in the building or entrance of the 
building to avoid citation/arrest. Officer 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181907
Date:Sunday, April 1,2018
Traffic Offense
PERSHING ST / PARK AVE SALEM 

Complainant: WALLA, PTL C 

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop with a 
vehicle for an equipment violation on E 
Pershing St and Park Ave. K9 Simon was 
deployed to perform an open air sniff of the 
vehicle and did indicate to the presence of 
narcotic odor coming from the vehicle. A 
passenger in the vehicle was found to be a 
juvenile and was in violation of the City 
Curfew Ordnance. Contraband was also 
recovered from the juvenile. 

The female juvenile was then placed in 
custody for an unruly & delinquency 
offense. She was transported to the Salem 
Police Department where she was later 
released to her parents. This incident will be 
turned over to the department's juvenile 
officer.


Arrestee: (JUVENILE)
Kara Kramp
DOB: 2001
178 Fair Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Unruly & Delinquency



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181906
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Assist Perry Police
GEORGETOWN RD / PROSPECT ST 
SALEM

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officer responded to the area of 
Georgetown Rd and Prospect St to assist 
Perry Police. It was found that two male 
subjects had been walking in the roadway 
highly intoxicated. Officer stood by while 
Perry Township conducted their 
investigation.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181905
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
900 BLOCK OF E THIRD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 900 block of E. 
Third St. for a suspicious vehicle. 
Complainant advised a vehicle has been 
sitting there for an extended period of time 
flashing it lights. Upon arrival, officer 
located the vehicle and spoke with the 
occupants who advised they were just 
talking. Officer was granted verbal consent 
to search the vehicle from the driver. The 
vehicle was searched and nothing illegal 
was located. Due to the vehicle being 
legally parked, they were advised they 
could either stay or leave the area.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident#:120181904
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Fight
496 ARCH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Prospect St in regards to a fight in progress. 
Officers arrived on scene and spoke to 
many patrons inside of the business who 
advised that there was an argument but the 
male subject had since left the scene. 
Subsequently the male subject then 
returned to the business. 

Officers did observe several abrasions on 
the male but he denied any medical 
treatment and would not cooperate with 
officers on what had happened. Officers 
stood by with the male subject until his 
sober ride came to pick him up. The male 
subject was advised of his options for 
dealing with the situation.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181903
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Theft 
520 E PERSHING ST SALEM
COMMUNITY CENTER 

Officer responded to a reported theft in the 
500 block of E. Pershing St. Officer took the 
report and the suspects were on video 
commiting the offense. Investigation is 
pending at this time.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181902
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Theft
520 E PERSHING ST
COMMUNITY CENTER

Officer responded to a reported theft in the 
500 block of E. Pershing St. Officer took the 
report and the suspects were on video 
commiting the offense. Investigation is 
pending at this time.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181898
Date: Saturday, March 31,201 8
Mental / Disturbed Person 039 a
971 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Third St along with the Salem FD and KLG 
for a report of a male having some medical 
trouble. Officers did assist and cleared after 
the male was transported to the hospital.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181879
Date: Saturday, March 31,201 8
Theft
648 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Complainant: MARISSAH MAHOUSKI

Officer(s) responded to the 600 block of 
North Lincoln for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the complainant. The 
complainant stated that two used washing 
machines had been taken from outside of 
her residence without her permission. The 
complainant stated that she believed the 
items had been scraped at a local business. 
Officers provided the complainant with the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
187 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Complainant: TOY, SGTK 

Officer responded to the area in reference 
to a water line break. Upon arrival, officer 
located the issue and Salem Water Dept. 
was notified.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181876
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
1985 E PERSHING ST SALEM


Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block 
E. Pershing St. to recover possible 
narcotics. Officers arrived on scene and 
met with the complainant who stated they 
had found the narcotics in a residents room 
after given permission to search for a 
missing item. Officers took statement from 
the staff members and recovered the 
narcotics for evidence. Investigation 
pending.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181874
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Water Line Break / Leak 
468 FAIR AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONOYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
Fair for a report of a possible water line 
leak. On arrival officers located the possible 
leak and had dispatch contact the Water 
Dept. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181891
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
E SCHOOL ST / E FIFTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officer checked on a stop sign down at E. 
School and E. Fifth St. The southbound 
lane sign was down and repair person did 
respond and replace sign. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181888
Date: Saturday, March 31,201 8
Suspicious Person
718 E THIRD ST A SALEM

Officer checked a suspicious male at above 
location. He was found to be trying to repair 
some landscape rocks and advised to leave 
them alone as they did not belong to him. 
He claimed he was trying to fix them as a 
plow had knocked them down on the last 
snow storm. Male was very energetic and is 
known to this dept. Nothing appeared 
criminal. 


Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181885
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Theft
148 PENN AVE

Complainant: EMILY ELLSWORTH

Officers spoke with a complainant who 
stated they wanted a report on file for theft. 
The complainant stated that a subject came 
into the store and took the "Open" sign off 
the window and left. Officers took the 
information that the complainant provided 
and cleared.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181884
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Assist Perry Police

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP, FIRE

At the request of Perry Twp. Police officers 
provided traffic control for a accident in 
1400 block of St Rt 62.


Ptl R Keister


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181882
Date: Saturday, March 31, 2018
Assist Perry Police
345 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: PERRY TWP, POLICE 2198 
N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)332-1000

Officer assisted Perry Twp. Police with 
locating a male subject at the above stated 
location. Officer stood by until Perry Twp. 
Police advised nothing further was needed.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Sunday, April 01, 2018
06:40 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181839
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Animal Complaint
852 AETNA ST SALEM

Complainant: JAMES FOLDS

Officer spoke with a resident on Franklin 
Ave regarding a dog that attacked his 
smaller dog when they were walking on 
Aetna St. on the sidewalk in front of a 
residential home. Complainant stated a pit 
bull type dog ran out without a leash or 
restraint and went after his dog that was on 
a leash. A woman came out and got the dog 
back.

Neither dog appeared injured and he just 
wanted it documented as this happens a lot 
in town. 

Officer attempted contact on the Aetna St. 
property with no one appearing to be home. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 120181843
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Protection Order Violation
1210 SOUTHEAST BLVD 3 SALEM

Complainant: DALLAS HELMAN

Complainant advised her exhusband sent 
her a text message today regarding child 
visitation. The text read something like, this 
is my weekend with the kids. Complainant 
did have a protection order and this dept 
had a copy. She felt that the order had been 
violated and demanded something be done. 
She stated she had no other papers and 
also that she had been "messaging" with 
the ex mother in law about visitation and 
that it was her weekend, not his. This all off 
the record.

Officer checked with the prosecutor who 
advised that both parties should have 
additional paperwork regarding the child 
visitation orders and separation decree. 
Officer had been advised by the 
complainant that she did not have any 
further paperwork. Officer did contact the 
ex-husband by phone who claimed his 
attorney had his papers. He claimed it was 
his weekend. Officer left a voice mail on his 
attorney's phone which was not returned 
prior to the end of my shift. 

Court records had shown, per the 
prosecutor, that each party should have had 
visitation papers sent to them and that they 
should have copies. 

There was an exception to #5 and #6 on the 
protection order that would be referenced to 
by #12. At time of report and with 
paperwork shown, there did not appear to 
be any violation.

Matter under investigation. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181834
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
S UNION AVE / RIDGEWOOD D SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

A large tree in the curb lawn on Ridgewood 
near S. Union had several limbs fall onto 
the road. A large limb still in the tree above 
the road was partially broken and was a risk 
to persons and vehicles passing 
underneath it. 

FD placed barricades and Service Dept. 
was called to removed the dangerous 
limb's.


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181831
Date:Friday, March 30,2018
Accidental Damage
1995 E STATE ST
SALEM RMC PARKING GARAGE

Complainant: MEGAN HARDINGER,  
NORTH JACKSON, OH 

OWN MEGAN HARDINGER, S BAILEY RD 
NORTH JACKSON, OH 444519

2011 CHEV Tahoe BLK  Owner MEGAN 
HARDINGER

Officers responded to the 1900 block of E. 
State St. for a accidental damage report. 
Officers arrived on scene and determined 
that a vehicle traveling on E. State St. 
kicked up debris off the roadway and struck 
the back window of the complaints vehicle. 
Due to the weather officers were unable to 
see what the vehicle was through security 
camera footage. Offices took photographs 
and documented the damage done.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181832
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
525 E SECOND ST A SALEM

Complainant: JILLIAN HERNANDEZ

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E. Second St. for a report of property 
damage. Officers arrived on scene and 
spoke to the complainant who stated that 
she noticed the stores window had been 
shattered. She stated that the owner would 
check the security cameras when he 
returned from out of town and forward that 
information to the police department. She 
stated she just wanted a report at this time.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181833
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Sex Offense
1823 CLEVELAND ST

Akron Childrens Hospital contacted this 
department in reference to a possible sex 
offense occurring within the city. Information 
will be forwarded to Children Services and 
Salem Detective Division.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181836
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
538 E STATE ST C SALEM

Complainant: RAYMOND CROW

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E. State St. for a report of criminal 
damaging. Officers arrived on scene and 
spoke with the complainant who stated that 
he came home to find a male subject 
sleeping of his bed.

He stated that he knew the subject and also 
noticed that some of his property had been 
damaged. The complainant advised that he 
didn't care if the male subject was in his 
residence but wished to pursue charges 
over the damaged property.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181837
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
1060 E TENTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported water line 
issue. Upon arrival, officers located a man 
hole cover with water coming out. Salem 
Water Dept. was advised.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181838
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
1320 FAIRVIEW AVE

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 
1300 block of Fairview for a report of a 
basement flooding with water.

On arrival officers stood by while the FD 
accessed the situation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181841
Date: Friday, March 30, 201 8
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
1112 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: JESSICA SNOW

Officer(s) responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland for a report of animal neglect. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that the neighbors 
had moved out and left two dogs at the 
residence unattended. Officer's were able to 
make contact with the homeowner who 
stated that a family member was stopping 
at the residence in question daily to take 
care of the animals.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 120181842
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Suspicious Sound / Phone Call
1379 BEECHWOOD RD SALEM

Complainant: LORA HERBERT

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of a 
suspicious phone call. Upon arrival, the 
complainant advised she received a phone 
call from an unknown male that left a 
message. Officer listened to the message 
and it was clear the message was left for 
the wrong number. The complainant 
advised she would just block the number.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181845
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
West Wilson St for a report of a illegally 
parked vehicle. On arrival officers were able 
to locate the owner of the vehicle and he 
moved it immediately. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181847
Date: Friday, March 30,201 8
Obstructed Roadway
748 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
South Lincoln for a report of a problem with 
the edge of the roadway and the curb lawn. 
On arrival officers located the area in 
question and contacted both the Water and 
Street Dept to respond and access the 
situation. The area was barricaded of the by 
the Street Dept. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Iincident 20181848
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Person To Be Removed
1872 E STATE ST SALEM
RESTAURANT

Complainant: Taco Bell, 1872 E STATE ST 
SALEM, OH

Officers responded to the 1800 block of E 
State St for a report of persons to be 
removed. The complainant advised that he 
wished for juveniles to be removed from the 
property. Officers arrived and the juvenile 
had left without incident.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181849
Date:Friday, March 30,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
925 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL 

While on patrol officers observed a disabled 
vehicle in the 900 block of east State St. 
Officers assisted with pushing the vehicle 
out of the roadway and into a private 
parking lot. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181869
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Suspicious Object
150 BROOKLYN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
police station regarding possible narcotics 
she located in a relatives home. The 
narcotics were taken and will be turned over 
to the Columbiana County DTF.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181867
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
462 E PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the area of S. Lundy 
Ave. and E. Pershing St. for a report of 
several juveniles yelling at cars.

Officer spoke to the juveniles and advised 
them of the complaint. The juveniles 
advised officer that their parents were on 
the way to pick them up.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181866
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Loud persons
116 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: STEPHANIE WILLIAMS

Officer responded to the 100 block of E 
Fourth St in regards to a loud persons 
complaint. Officer arrived on scene and 
spoke to the complainant who advised that 
the male subject who resides upstairs in the 
apartment building was stomping on the 
ground. Officer made contact with the male 
subject and advised him of the complaint. 
Officer advised both parties that if they are 
having issues with one another then they 
would have to contact their land lord.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181864
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1184 CLEVELAND ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland Ave. for a neighbor dispute. 
Officers were previously at the residence for 
a similar complaint. All parties involved 
were advised to avoid the other parties and 
were given verbal warnings for disorderly 
conduct.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181865
S Broadway Ave
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Ambulance Needed
151 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
an ambulance needed report. Complainant 
advised that while eating dinner a male 
subject collapsed onto the floor. 

Upon arrival, first responders were already 
on scene tending to the male subject. While 
speaking with the female half, it was found 
that she had an active warrant out of Carroll 
County. Carroll County was contacted and 
did advised they wanted her on the warrant. 
The female was taken into custody. 

The male subject was transported to Salem 
ER for medical attention. While on scene 
the female advised she needed medical 
attention as well. KLG responded and also 
transported her to Salem ER. 

Carroll County was contacted and did 
advised they did not want the female on the 
warrant due to her being in the hospital but 
if she was released to contact them. A 
teletype was sent from Carroll County to our 
dispatched advising the same. This officer 
did follow the ambulance to Salem ER and 
did advise the female she was not in 
custody at this time.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181863
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Check Well Being
536 WALNUT ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a well being check. Complainant advised 
there were several children at the residence 
and they feared they were not properly 
being cared for due to everyone being 
intoxicated. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with several 
subject who were sober and officer also 
checked on the children who appeared to 
be fine.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181859
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Ambulance Needed 
685 ARCH ST SALEM

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location for 
an ambulance needed report. Complainant 
advised a female at the residence may 
have had seizure. 

Upon arrival, first responders arrived on 
scene and the female was transported to 
Salem ER for medical attention.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181850
Date:Friday, March 30, 2018
Assist Other Agency
1823 CLEVELAND ST SALEM

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

Officer responded to the 1800 block of 
Cleveland St to assist the Columbiana 
County Childrens Services. Officer assisted 
and then cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181851
Date:Friday, March 30,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
271 W EIGHTH ST SALEM

Complainant: JENNIFER LITTLE

Officers responded to the 200 block of West 
8th St for a report of a possible attempted 
B&E to a residence. on arrival I spoke with 
the complainant. The complainant stated 
that someone unknown to her had 
attempted to gain entry to the residence 
through her back door. The complainant 
stated further that the lock on the door had 
also been damaged. Officers advised the 
complainant of the options for dealing with 
the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181852
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Civil Matter 

Complainant: BETTY OXLEY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a civil matter. The 
complainant advised she had power of 
attorney over the female subject and 
wanted her to remain in the area due her 
health. She was advised that it was a civil 
issue and she would need to speak with an 
attorney.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181853
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Possible Scam
1601 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM

Complainant: VIRGINIA KNEPPER

Officer responded to the 1600 block of 
Southeast Blvd. to speak to a complainant 
about a possible scam. Officer read over 
the paperwork the complainant was unsure 
about and advised her that she needed to 
contact the BMV


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181855
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Neighbor Dispute
116 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: STEPHANIE WILLIAMS

Officer responded to the 100 block of E. 
Fourth St. to speak to a complainant about 
a dispute between her and her neighbor. 
Officer advised the complainant that the 
matter was civil and she would have to 
contact her landlord.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181856
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
939 JEFFERSON AvE SALEM

Complainant: CHERYL SIDDLE

Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Jefferson Ave for an runaway juvenile. The 
complainant advised that her nephew had 
left the residence after getting angry but did 
not think he went very far. Officers checked 
the area but were unable to locate the 
juvenile. The complainant advised officers 
soon after that the juvenile was located and 
was back home.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181857
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Civil Matter
717 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: SUSAN SHERRILL

Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil matter. Complainant advised that her 
old roommate was there to gather some of 
his belongings. Both parties agreed that the 
dvcfs upstairs belonged to the roommate. 
The dvd's were collected and the roommate 
left without incident.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181858
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Traffic Offense 
750 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle with an 
equipment violation on S. Broadway Ave. at 
Franklin St. Officer initiated traffic stop and 
after contacting the driver found the vehicle 
had received several warnings for the 
violation and at least 1 citation for the same 
violation over the last year. The driver was 
cited for the violation and during the stop K9 
Simon was deployed and Indicated to the 
presence of narcotic odor. 

Officers cleared without further incident.

Ptl. M. Garber 

Cited: Kristen McMillen DOB: 1990 of  660 
E Euclid Ave. Salem
Charge: Sunscreen front windows (17%) 
CCMC date of 4-12-18



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181860
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment 

Complainant: NICOLE CURRAN

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that an 
unknown person was sending her 
threatening messages on an app. Officer 
advised the complainant to block the 
subject and if she receives any messages 
from anyone else to contact the PD.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181862
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1184 CLEVELAND ST SALEM

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

Police responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland St. for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised officers that his 
neighbor made threats to cause him harm. 
The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181871
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Ambulance Needed
500 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
an unresponsive male subject laying on the 
sidewalk. Upon arrival, officers located the 
subject, who was coherent but highly 
intoxicated. The subject also had an injury 
to the side of his face. 

First responders arrived on scene and the 
subject was transported to Salem ER for 
medical attention by EMT.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181870
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPlTAL/CLlNlCS

Complainant: SRMC, KEITH 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check after staff advised the 
female was attempting to leave. The female 
in question was brought to the ER after 
needing medical attention from a previous 
incident.

Upon arrival, officer located the female 
wandering the halls of the hospital. Officer 
made contact with the female and after 
speaking with staff, Carroll County was 
advised and the female was taken into 
custody. The female was directly 
transported to the intersection of Rt. 9 and 
Rt.30 in Hanoverton were custody was 
transferred to Carroll County S.O.


ARA- Danielle M. Billman D.0.B.- 1974 1114 
Gonder Ave SE Apt. 308 Canton Ohio 
44707
Charge- Warrant: Probation Violation


Ptl. D. Young



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Saturday, March 31, 2018
07:40 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181830 
Salem
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2142 PEARCE CR


Officers were dispatched to the 21 00 block 
of Pearce Circle for a suspicious vehicle 
driving slow and stopping in front of 
residences. Officers responded and 
observed a vehicle driving around the area. 
Officers made contact with the driver of the 
vehicle and her three female passengers. 

The driver advised they were just out for a 
drive and had been stopping on Pearce 
Circle due to deer on the roadway. No 
problems were found with any of the 
occupants and they were all over the age of 
18. They were advised to clear the area and 
they did so.



Ptl. C. Crider


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181828
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Menacing / Threats
1015 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: STEVEN BRYAN

Officer on station spoke with complainant in 
reference to a menacing report. 
Complainant advised that he is a manager 
at a pizza shop in town and was verbally 
harassed by a male over the phone. 
Complainant advised that the male called 
the restaurant to report that he received the 
wrong order and become belligerent by 
making threats towards him. Complainant 
also stated that the male made other 
threats towards him on social media.

Complainant advised that he did not wish to 
pursue the matter, but only wanted it 
documented. Officer advised that a report 
would be on file.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20181827
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
583 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Washington Avenue for a 911 hang up call. 
Officers responded and made contact with 
a male subject who advised his young 
children were playing with his telephone. 
There appeared to be no issues at the 
residence.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181826
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Reckless Operator
1900 Block of E STATE ST

Complainant: WILLIAM LONG

Officers were dispatched to the above area 
in reference to a reckless operator. 
Complainant advised that the driver of a 
white Mercedes with a West Virginia license 
plate was left of center while travelling east 
bound in the 1900 block of E State St. 
Officers checked the surrounding area but 
were unable to locate the vehicle. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181825
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Check Well Being
540 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: MARY CONSTANTINO

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
W. Pershing Street to check the well being 
of a male subject. Officer was advised that 
the complainant, male subjects mother, was 
not able to get in contact with him after 
several phone calls. Officer responded to 
the residence, but no contact could be 
made with any persons at the house.

An officer later made contact with the 
subject who advised there were no 
problems and that his phone had been on 
silent.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181824
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1318 ESTATE ST SALEM

Complainant: SMITH, PTL B 

Officer responded to 1318 E. State St. in 
reference to a suspicious vehicle previously 
reported to possibly have drugs in the 
vehicle. Upon arrival, one male exited the 
front passenger seat of the vehicle. Contact 
was made with the male subject and he 
was identified. Officer upon looking through 
the front passenger window of the vehicle 
observed contraband on the driver side 
floor board. 

During a search of the vehicle, officer 
seized the pipe & inside the pipe officer 
found a small plastic baggy which contained 
an unknown substance. 

Officer separated and questioned multiple 
subjects that were in the vehicle prior to 
officers arrival. All subjects were later 
released.

Investigation and charges are pending. The 
seized items will be sent to BCI&I for 
testing.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181822
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
1125 E STATE ST SALEM
CONVENIENCE STORE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to Circle K in the 
1100 block of E. State Street for a possible 
drug deal involving two male subjects. The 
male subjects were not located at the store, 
but were later located in the 1300 block of 
E. State Street where officers made contact 
with them. 

Contraband was recovered by officers 
during that contact and a separate report 
was completed.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181820
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Structure Fire
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Complainant: ALARM, STATE

Police and FD responded to Ventra, 800 
Pennsylvania Ave, for a fire alarm. Police 
and FD walked through the factory and 
offices. FD advised that it was a false 
alarm. Police then cleared.


Ptl Osberg


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181819
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Ambulance Needed 
446 AETNA ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to 446 Aetna St. along 
with the Salem Fire Dept. First Responders 
and EMT Ambulance for a possible medical 
emergency of an 11 month old. Officers 
stood by while EMS personnel checked the 
infant, whom was ultimately transported to 
the hospital for evaluation.


Sgt. B. Smith 



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Friday, March 30, 2018
10:10 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181810
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Mental  Disturbed Person 039 a
W WILSON ST / RAILROAD CR B

Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN

Officer were advised by dispatch that they 
had received an anonymous call from a 
female advising her body would be found 
on the rail road tracks. The caller then hung 
up.

Officer(s) went to check the tracks in the 
City while a train went through east bound. 
The female called back advising she was 
on Lincoln at the tracks and the train had 
missed her.

Upon further investigation Chief Panezott of 
this department located the female on the 
tracks between Newgarden & W. Wilson.

After much effort the female was picked up 
and moved to a safe location from the 
tracks. First responders and KLG arrived on 
scene. The female was transported by KLG 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center and 
was signed in by officer for an evaluation. 
Contact was made with a family member 
who arrived at the hospital.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181811
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Check Well Being
140 WOODLAND AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a male subject slumped over in the back 
yard. Officers observed the male subject 
breathing then woke up and started talking. 
First responders and KLG arrived on scene. 
The male subject said he had been drinking 
all night and must have passed out. 

KLG transported the male subject to the 
hospital for an evaluation.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181812
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: PIERRE PARFAITE

Report of an unknown problem at the above 
location. Upon arrival, this officer spoke with 
both parties involved and found that the 
issue was civil (money in a closed account) 
and that the complainant was going to 
contact his attorney. The bank advised that 
they would send a certified letter/check for 
the money that was in the account.

The complainant was advised that the bank 
did not want him back there, he advised 
that he understood and did not want to 
come back.



Prl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181815
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
1995 E STATE ST B
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: ER NURSE

Oficer(s) responded to the above location 
and talked with the patient that was upset 
and ready to leave without doctors orders. 
The patient was to stay for a little longer 
due to the medical situation.

After talking with the doctor, the patient 
decided to follow the hospitals guidelines 
and settled down. Officer(s) advised the 
patient of the possible consequences if he 
did not follow the doctors orders. He 
advised he would.



Ptl. French  



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181816
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Sex Offense

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY 
CHILDREN SERVICES

I received information from Columbiana 
County Children Servcies of a reported sex 
offense that occured in the City of Salem.


Detective Brad Davis



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181817
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
E STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed the vehicle sitting at Ellsworth and 
State street attempting to make a right hand 
turn. The owner/operator advised it stalled 
and wouldn't start. This officer and another 
citizen Mr. Herron pushed the vehicle off the 
road into the drive at the dry cleaners on 
the corner (southeast) side of State & 
Ellsworth.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181818
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST


Unit# 1 Owner HICKMAN KEVIN, Driver 
LOGAN HICKMAN,  WELLSVILLE, OH

Unit# 2 Driver:Owner SHANLEIGH 
DeTHOMAS 


Police responded to the 2200 block of E. 
State St for a two vehicle accident. Unit# 1 
struck Unit# 2 from behind in front of Bob 
Evans. Both drivers advised no injuries 
were sustained. No damage was observed 
on either vehicle.

The driver of Unit# 2 advised she did not 
wish to file an accident report and just 
wanted the incident documented.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181803
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Speak To Officer 
1080 N LINCOLN AVE 212

Complainant: JULIAANNETTE WORRIX

Officer was dispatched to the 1000 block of 
N. Lincoln Avenue to speak with a female 
complainant in reference to a protection 
order. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that she was 
concerned a male subject, who she has a 
protection order against, may try to violate 
the order in the next several days. The 
complainant advised she was provided 
information that the male subject has 
ammunition in his possession and he is not 
supposed to per the protection order. The 
complainant stated the male subject owns 
numerous weapons. The complainant 
advised the male subject resides in Texas, 
but is familiar with the city due to living in 
the area in the past. 

The complainant advised she would contact 
the court in reference to the issue and 
would like a report documented.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181802
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers were dispatched to the 2800 block 
of E. State St. for a report of a theft. Officers 
arrived on scene and met with the 
complainant who stated that the subject had 
passed all points of sale in the store without 
paying for some of her merchandise. 
Officers reviewed the security camera 
footage and placed the subject under arrest 
for theft.


Arrested: Rebecca Harper-Peters
DOB: 1972
Address: 74 E. Cambridge St. Alliance OH, 
44601
Charge: Theft



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181799
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018


Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officer on patrol in the area of N. Broadway 
Avenue and E. Fourth Street observed a 
female subject who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff Department. Officer made contact 
with the female who was advised of the 
warrant and once the warrant was 
confirmed she was placed in custody. 

The female was transported back to the 
police department for booking and was later 
released to a Columbiana County Sheriff 
Deputy.


Arrested: Rebecca A. Hartley 284 E. Fourth 
Street Apt. 2W Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
1973)
Warrant - Theft


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181798
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1034 CLEVELAND ST

Officer responded to 1000 block of 
Cleveland St. for a suspicious vehicle 
parked in the roadway. Officer arrived on 
scene and found the vehicle in question. 
After a BMV check of the registration it was 
found that the owner of the vehicle did have 
family that lived near where the car was 
parked. Officers then cleared the scene.

Ptl. Connolly


Officers later responded to the area in 
regards to a separate parking complaint in 
the area. Officers were approached by a 
resident who advised the vehicle was 
parked on the street for the past two days 
and has not been moved. Officers placed a 
red warning tag on the vehicle advising it 
needs moved in the next 48hrs.


Ptl. D. Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181797
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Harassment

Complainant: LAUREN JENNINGS

Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that her ex-boyfriend who 
resides in Pennsylvania is harassing her via 
face book and other media sources. He has 
also contact a family member along with her 
place of employment trying to get her fired 
along with thrown out of the residence.

Report was taken and she was given this 
report number in case she needed it later. 
She advised she only wanted a report on 
file at this time.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181790
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Intoxicated Driver
S LINCOLN AVE / AETNA ST 

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and could not locate the vehicle in the area.

Officers) did locate the vehicle on Mullins 
and Newgarden.

The vehicle went to it's registered residence 
in the 800blk of Newgarden.

Officer Wirkner talked with the male 
operator and advised all was fine.

Officer(s) cleared.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181789
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
489 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with a male juvenile who didn't want 
to go to school. Upon arrival the male 
juvenile ran from Officers and was located 
at his residence locked in the bathroom. 

Officers were able to gain access to the 
locked room and spoke with the juvenile 
about not wanting to go to school. The 
Juvenile Officer was made aware of the 
matter and would be taking care of it.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181804
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1701 QUAKER LN


Complainant: Marion Johnson

Officers were dispatched to the 1700 block 
of Quaker Lane for a report of an unruly 
juvenile. Officers responded and met with 
the complainant and her 15 year old 
daughter. The complainant advised that her 
daughter was arguing with her over some 
issues that have been going on for a while. 
The complainant advised her daughter did 
not seem to think she had to listen to her 
mother. 

Officers spoke with the juvenile who 
advised that her mother would not let her do 
her homework and made her play with her 
younger sister. The juvenile stated that 
there have been some recent issues going 
on. 

The complainant advised her daughter told 
her she did not have homework and is 
concerned that her daughter is involved in 
too much. 

The juvenile was advised to listen to her 
mother and both agreed to go to separate 
areas of the house for the night.



Ptl. C. Crider


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181805
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
950 W ST ATE ST


Complainant: HIDIE HOWELL,  SEBRING, 
OH 44672

Officers responded to the parking lot of a 
laundromat in the 900 block of W State St. 
in reference to a domestic dispute report. 
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she and her 
ex-fiance were exchanging property when 
an argument ensued. Complainant advised 
that the subject threw a pair of his wet 
under wear at her, striking her in the back of 
the head. Complainant admitted to slapping 
the subject in the face and that he spat 
back in hers. 

The subject had left the scene prior to 
officer's arrival. Complainant was advised of 
her options for handling the incident. 
Complainant advised that there were no 
injuries and she just wanted the incident 
documented.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 201 81806
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1035 CLEVELAND ST

On 3/29/2018 officers responded to the 
1000 block of Cleveland Ave in regards to a 
vehicle parked improperly.

Officers made contact with the owner of the 
vehicle and it was relocated so that it was 
no longer an issue.

Officers then cleared without incident.



Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181807
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept
285 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: COUNTY SHERRIFS, 
COLUMBIANA 8473 COUNTY HOME RD 
LISBON, OH

Officers responded to a residence in the 
200 block of W. Pershing Street to assist 
the Columbiana County Sheriff Department 
with a warrant attempt on a female subject. 
Contact was made inside the residence with 
the female subject and she was placed in 
custody by a CCSO Deputy with out 
incident.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181808
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Suspicious person
294 ROSE AVE

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol in the area of E Third St. 
and Hawley Ave. observed two subjects 
walking on the sidewalk, who appeared to 
be in violation of the city's curfew ordinance. 
Officer observed the subjects attempt to 
conceal themselves on the porch of a 
residence in the 200 block of Rose Ave 
once they observed officer. 

Officer made contact with the subjects, who 
were of Hispanic descent, but there was a 
language barrier. A translator responded to 
the scene and it was learned that the 
subjects were over the age of 18 and the 
male subject does reside at the residence. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181809
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
530 S BROADWAY AVE 
BAR/NIGHT CLUB 

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
S. Broadway Avenue in reference to a 
possible theft of medication and a person 
being irate. 

Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who was advised to calm down 
as he was yelling. The complainant advised 
that he was in the Powerhouse Cafe and 
went outside to smoke and when he came 
back in his prescription pills were not in his 
coat where he left them. The complainant 
stated only one other subject was in the bar. 

Officers made contact with that subject who 
advised he did not take the complainants 
medication and consented to a search of 
his person. 

The complainant entered the bar to retrieve 
his coat and found his pills in another 
pocket. The complainant advised that he 
believes someone was going to take his 
medication, but put it in another pocket 
when he came back in the bar. No 
medication appeared to be missing and the 
complainant left the bar on foot with a sober 
friend.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Thursday, March 29, 2018
08:31 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181787
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Suspicious Person
1295 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: KIMBERLY KISNER

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a known female crouched down 
between the out side glass door and the 
inside door to the residence.The female 
advised she was having a medical problem 
with her sugar. She also advised she was 
having kidney failure. She declined any 
medical assistance and requested a ride to 
her residence on Jones Drive where she 
advised she resides with her mother.

Officer gave her a ride to the residence.

Officer was called back to the residence to 
talk with the complainant who wished to file 
charges against the female. Officer advised 
the complainant the need for a voluntary 
statement and the paper work would be 
forwarded to the prosecutors office for 
review for any charges. The complainant 
advised they understood.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181788
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Ambulance Needed
1095 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and was advised by the witness that a 
female had jumped into his vehicle advising 
she was being chased by person(s) 
unknown with knives and she was having a 
sugar problem (Iow).

Officer talked with the male witness and 
advised him that this department was aware 
of the female.

He advised she then jumped out of his 
vehicle prior to officer(s) arriving and ran 
north on Granite then west on Liberty.

Officer(s) checked the area and were 
unable to locate the female.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181791
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Ambulance Needed
525 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: SFD

Officer(s) were requested by First 
Responders to the above location to assist 
with traffic while they handled a medical. 
EMT ambulance arrived and transported 
the subject.

Officer(s) directed traffic until they cleared.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident#:20181794
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: ROESSLER, DAVID

Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1 : 2006 Pontiac G6 Blue in color
Owner: Jason Roberts 445 Arch St Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Operator: Michelle Leipply 4331 Unity Line 
Rd New Waterford, Ohio 44445

Unit #2: 2016 Chevrolet SW Suburban 
Silver in color
Owner/Operator: Nicole Fitch 16569 Davis 
Dr E. Liverpool, Ohio 43920

Unit #1 was south bound on SR344 
(Franklin Ave) and Unit #2 was west bound 
on Southeast Blvd. Unit #2 had stopped at 
the legally posted stop sign for the 
eastlwest traffic on Southeast Blvd. Unit #2 
did not see Unit #1 south bound and pulled 
out onto the road way getting struck by Unit 
#1' s front in the right sidelrear area 

No injuries reported at time of crash. 
Operator of Unit #1 did advise that she was 
sore and may seek medical treatment on 
her own later. 

Unit #1 was towed by Sinsley's. Unit #2 was 
not towed.

Owner/operator of Unit #2 was cited for 
Failure to Yield at Intersection 331.16A and 
given a court date of Thursday, 04-05-19 at 
8:30 A.M. for the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181792
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Domestic In Progress
2472 LEXINGTON AVE B

Report of a domestic in progress at the 
above location. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with all parties 
involved and found that it was just a dispute 
and no violence had taken place. The male 
subject agreed to leave for the night so 
there would be no further problems and 
officers cleared without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181793
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
100 block of W PERSHING 

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

Police observed a disabled vehicle in the 
100 block of W. Pershing. The driver 
advised AAA was already in route.

Police stood by until a tow could arrive.



Ptl Osberg


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181795
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION 

Complainant: BRADLEY 

Police were in route to Smith Oil for a drive 
off. Dispatch advised of a white Chevy s10 
traveling westbound on State St. Police 
were unable to observe the vehicle. The 
vehicle had used $24.95 worth of fuel 
before leaving.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181786
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
335 W PERSHING ST 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an unruly juvenile and possible 
wanting to cause harm to herself. Officers 
located a female subject who was 
attempting to take multiple pills, Officers 
detained her while Salem FD arrived at the 
location. 

The mother of the female stated her 
daughter made comments of killing herself. 
The subject mother filled out the proper 
paperwork and the female subject was 
transported to Salem ER for an evaluation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181785
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
939 JEFFERSON AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a juvenile not wanting to go to school. 
Officers were able to convince the male 
juvenile to go to school.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181771
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
664 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: PATRICK REYNOLDS

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Washington Ave. for a report of Criminal 
Mischief. When officer arrived on scene 
they met with the complainant who advised 
that his vehicle had been vandalized 
sometime during the night. Officers took 
photographs and a written statement from 
the complainant.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181772
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
1200 E SIXTH ST A 
SCHOOL

Complainant: Salem City School, 1200 E 
Sixth St SALEM, OH 44460

Officer responded to an address in the 600 
block of E. 4th St. to assist Salem City 
Schools. Officer stood by while school 
personnel spoke with a juvenile about some 
issues. The juvenile was afforded a ride to 
school and officer cleared without incident.



Sgt. K. toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181773
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Check Well Being 
1920 MAPLE ST A 

Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block 
of Maple St. for a welfare check. When 
officers arrived there was no contact with 
the homeowner. The Fire Department was 
notified and entry was gained into the 
residence. The homeowner was transported 
to Salem Regional Hospital for evaluation. 
Officers the cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181773
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Check Well Being
1920 MAPLE ST A

Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block 
of Maple St. for a welfare check. When 
officers arrived there was no contact with 
the homeowner. The Fire Department was 
notified and entry was gained into the 
residents. The Homeowner was transported 
to Salem Regional Hospital for evaluation. 
Officers the cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181774
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Ambulance Needed
166 VINE AVE A
DOCTORS OFFICE

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 0 S 
LINCOLN AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
Vine for a reported medical emergency / 
check well being. On arrival officer's learned 
that the person in question had left the 
area. Officers checked the area and were 
unable to locate the person in question. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181775
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Open Burning
838 PROSPECT ST C

Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE 260 S 
ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Officers along with the Fire Department 
were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Prospect St. for an open burning 
complainant. Officers met the FD on scene 
and spoke to a male subject. The male 
subject was informed of the open burning 
laws and the fire was extinguished. Contact 
was made with the owner of the property 
and stated that the male subject had 
permission to be on the property. 

The owner was also made aware of open 
burning laws. Officers and the FD then 
cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181777
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Dispute (NO ThreatsNiolence)
771 N LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the 700 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. for a reported dispute. Officers 
arrived and found nothing criminal 
occurring. Officers cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181781
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person 
674 E SIXTH ST 1 

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Sixth St for a report of a confused person. 
Officer arrived along with the Salem FD and 
a female was located who was found to be 
having a medical problem. The female was 
later transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center by Damascus ambulance.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181782
Date: Tuesday, March 27 2018
Harassment
981 N ELLSWORTH AVE
CONVENIENCE STORE

Complainant: MARK SHECK

Officer spoke with the complainant in 
regards to harassment in the 900 block of 
N. Ellsworth Ave. The incident was 
documented for the complainant. 

Officers were not on scene or called at the 
time so there was no suspect identified.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181783
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Person To Be Removed
1851 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers responded to the 1800 block of 
Cleveland St in regards to a person to be 
removed. The complainant advised 
dispatch that there was a female subject 
inside of his house that did not have 
permission to be there but the home owner 
was not at the residence. Officers arrived 
on scene and were unable to make contact 
with any persons inside of the residence. 
Officers then responded to the home 
owners location to speak to him and he 
advised that he did not wish to pursue 
anything in the matter and that he just 
wanted to have a report on file.

Officers cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181784
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1750 E STATE ST
LIQUOR STORE

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

Officer responded to the 1700 block of E 
State for a report of a suspicious vehicle 
parked at a business. Officer arrived on 
scene and noticed that the vehicle had 
been parked at this business for over a 
week and it was found that it was an 
employee to the business. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla


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Wednesday, March 28, 2018
09:36 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181779
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Dog At Large
462 SHARP AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
Sharp for a reported dog at large / dog bite. 
On arrival officers spoke with all of the 
persons involved. it was determined that 
one of the neighborhood dogs had gotten 
loose and had caused problems in the 
neighborhood. Officers located the animal 
and its owner. Officers advised the owner of 
the consequences should the animal get 
loose again. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181778
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Unruly / Delinquent 
925 E FIFTH ST 

Complainant: JOHN WADE

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East 5th St for a reported juvenile problem. 
On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
the he had custody of a juvenile that was 
refusing to return home. Officers responded 
to the 600 block of East 6th St and made 
contact with the juvenile in question. 

Officers provided the juvenile with a 
courtesy ride back to the residence and he 
was advised to work out the situation with 
his guardian. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story l ncident #: 20181746
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Theft
615 S LINCOLN AVE 8 

Complainant: Mathew Warren

Complainant reported his mail was stolen 
from his mailbox or hallway at his 
residence. Mail contained a package that 
was supposed to have been delivered on 
Saturday, March 24th, 2018. Complainant 
advise of the tracking code and also that he 
and another tenant there received no mail 
on that day. Complainant suspects 
someone may have either taken all the mail 
or no mail was delivered that day for 
unknown reasonls. 


Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181747
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block 
Pennsylvania Ave. for a vehicle in the ditch. 
When officers arrived they found that a 
Semi had cut the corner too sharp and its 
trailer was in the ditch. There was no 
damage done to property or the vehicle. 

Davidson towing was able to remove the 
trailer from the ditch and the roadway was 
reopened. Officers then cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181748
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Suspicious Person 
646 VINE AVE

Complainant: TIFFANY JANCEL

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
South Lincoln to speak with the complainant 
about a suspicious person.

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. the complainant stated that 
her son had told her that a unknown person 
in a black hoody had attempted to gain 
entry to her residence in the 600 block of 
Vine. Officers checked the area and were 
unable to locate any persons who matched 
the description given. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story l ncident #: 20181751
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Theft
239 S LUNDY AVE 

Complainant: DAVID SHIVERS

Officers responded to the 200 block of S. 
Lundy Ave. for a report of a theft. When 
officers arrived on scene they spoke with 
the complainant, who was able to provide a 
full list of items as well as photographs of 
the items.

Officers took a written statement from the 
complainant and cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181752
Date Monday, March 26,2018
Assist Other Agency
231 W TENTH ST

Salem HPZ dept towed a junk vehicle 
(black van) from the property. A notice was 
left more than 10 days ago to remedy the 
problem. Kaiser's Towing removed said 
vehicle. 

Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181753
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
1056 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: DONALD HORMELL

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported vehicle 
trespass/theft. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised an 
unknown person(s) removed a subwoofer 
box and amplifier from his unsecured 
vehicle. The vehicle was parked in front of 
his residence. The complainant advised the 
theft occurred sometime between 2120hrs 
on 03/25/18 and 0700hrs on 03/26/18.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181754
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Parking complaint / Violation
N LINCOLN AVE / E FOURTH 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a parking complaint. 
Complainant advised a blue Ford car 
maybe illegally parked.

 Upon arrival, officers were unable to locate 
any blue Ford cars in the area


Sgt. K. Toy


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181755
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Dog At Large
HOMEWOOD AVE / AETNA ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the area of Aetna 
and Homewood for a report of a dog at 
large. On arrival officers checked the area 
and located the animal in question. Officers 
were unable to catch the animal and the 
Humane Officer was contacted. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181756
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Littering / Dumping
529 E STATE ST B


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of littering. 

Upon arrival, officer observed some 
aluminum cans in a parking spot. Salem 
Street dept. will be advised to address the 
issue.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181757
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
223 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: BRANDON ABRAM

Officer did speak with a male at the police 
station regarding possible phone 
harassment. The complainant advised that 
another male had sent him messages that 
he was not happy with. The male was 
advised to block the male on social media.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181759
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

An anonymous complainant came to the 
police station to report possible narcotic 
activity in the city. The information was 
gathered.


Ptl D Beeson


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181760
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers were called to the Salem Walmart 
for a shoplifter. 

Upon arrival subject was identified and 
charged with theft. Stolen property had 
been recovered by Walmart. Officer to file 
paperwork for a summons regarding the 
theft and female was released from scene 
per charging and bonding procedure from 
Columbiana County prosecutor's office.


arrested: Mary Deanne Fitch
189 E 3rd St. Salem, OH 44460
dob: 1980
arrest # 18-0265
charge: theft


Ptl. Banar 901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181761
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A 
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a report of a shop lifter. Upon 
arriving at the scene officer was 
approached by a customer advising of a 
theft and a male fleeing. Officer did initiate a 
traffic stop with the vehicle upon which the 
male fled in. Officer did observe stolen 
merchandise in plain view. 

The K9 officer did  respond and K9 Simon 
did indicate to narcotic odor about the 
vehicle. Drug Paraphernalia was located in 
the vehicle. 

A male passenger was ultimately taken into 
custody for Obstruction of Official Business 
and Theft. 

The paraphernalia will be sent to BCI for 
further testing.


Arrested: Daniel Q. Parks
DOB: 1992
Address: 4401 Louisville St NE Canton, OH 
44705
Charge: Theft
Obstruction of Official Business


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181762
Date: Monday, March 26,2018

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While attempting to investigate another 
incident officer was advised of a male who 
committed a crime that was now in a motor 
vehicle. A traffic was stop was initiated with 
the vehicle and the incident was 
investigated further.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181764
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
MAPLE 1400 BLOCK N 
PARK PLAYGROUND

Officers responded to the above location for 
a drug abuse report. Complainant advised 
there were several subjects smoking 
marijuana in a pavilion next to the play 
ground. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact and was 
granted permission to check several bags. 
Officer located a bag of marijuana in one of 
the bags. A female on scene advised the 
narcotics belonged to her and not the owner 
of the bag. The female was issued a MM 
citation and all were advised to leave the 
area.


Arrested: Bethany A. Uptegraph D.0.B.- 
1998 
972 Liberty St. Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Possession of Marijuana- MM



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181765
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
178 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOIJS. CALLER

Officer respondo:l to the 100 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle. Officer found the vehicle in 
question and the owner was contacted 
regarding the trunk of the vehicle being left 
open.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181766
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Traffic Offense
W FZRSHING ST / S HOWARD

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
100 block of W. Pershing St. for an 
equipment violation. K9 Simon was 
deployed for a Free air sniff and did indicate 
to the presence of narcotic odor. Officers 
conducted a search of the vehicle and did 
issue a verbal warning to the driver as the 
vehicle was missing the required 
equipment.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181767
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Suspicious Activity

Officer responded to the 300 block of E 
Fourth St for a report of suspicious activity. 
The complainant advised that there was a 
large amount of traffic in the area and that 
some of the vehicles seemed to be in the 
area due to her presence. Officer advised 
that the area would have an extra watch.

PTL Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181769
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
963 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle 
traveling northbound in the 100 block of 
Rose Ave, officer then performed a random 
vehicle registration check of the vehicle, 
subsequently it was found that the 
registered owner had a suspended drivers 
license. Officer then initiated a traffic stop 
with the vehicle in the 900 block of E 
Fourth, officer then requested K9 Simon to 
respond to the scene, K9 Simon then did 
indicate to the presence of narcotic odor 
coming from inside of the vehicle. 

Upon conducting a probable cause search 
of the vehicle, officers did locate several 
drug paraphernalia items and other 
contraband. 

The driver of the vehicle, Kennith Jordan 
and the passenger of the vehicle, Cena 
Mason were then subsequently placed in 
custody for Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia and then transported back to 
the Salem Police Department for booking 
and processing. 

While on station the female subject advised 
that she had concealed paraphernalia 
inside of her bra, she then voluntarily turned 
over the contraband to officers, while officer 
was then transporting the two subjects to 
the Columbiana County Jail the female 
subject advised again that there was 
contraband inside of her bra, officer then 
brought the female subject back on station 
where she then turned over the contraband 
to officers. 

Officer then transported the two subjects to 
the Columbiana County Jail.

Additional charges are pending based on 
lab results.


Arrested: Cena M Mason
DOB: 1994
Address: 16124 Annesley Road, East 
Liverpool, Ohio, 43920
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
(Two Counts)

Arrested: Kennith R Jordan
DOB: 1973
Address: 320 W Pidgeon Road, Salem, 
Ohio, 44460
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Citation: Driving Under Suspension, 
Fictitious License Plates



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181770
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
1690 S LINCOLN AVE

Officer took a report of criminal damage to a 
motor vehicle that occurred in the 1600 
block of S. Lincoln Ave.

Officer documented the damage and 
advised the driver to keep any receipt for 
repairs if the suspect was located.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Tuesday, March 27, 2018
09:17 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181729
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Accidental Damage
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON ST

Complainant: DANIEL RYAN

2014 JEEP SW BRO Owner DANIEL RYAN 


Officer respondedto the intersection of S. 
Howard Ave. and W. Wilson St. for 
accidental damage. The complainant was 
traveling southbound on S. Howard Ave. 
approaching the intersection of W. Wilson 
St. The stop sign attached to the utility pole 
at the said intersection came loose and fell 
onto the passenger side roof of the 
complainant's vehicle as he passed by it. 
The vehicle sustained scuff marks on the 
roof and photos were taken.

 Contact was made with the proper 
department and the sign was repaired.


Sgt. D. Green


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181730
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
2262 E STATE ST C SALEM


Complainant: HAL GORBY

Report of criminal damaging at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that 
sometime Friday night and early Saturday 
morning someone had shot a window of the 
above business with a BB Gun. Damage 
was observed to the upper left part of one 
of the front windows. 

Complainant just wanted the incident 
documented at this time until he can talk 
with the corporate office tomorrow.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181731
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Accidental Damage
244 S BROADWAY AVE A


Complainant: PAULA ESCAMILLA

Police responded to the 200 block of S. 
Broadway for accidental damage. The 
complainant stated the male passenger in 
the vehicle next to her opened his door 
sticking the door on her driver side. 

The complainant advised it was accidental. 
The complainant wanted the incident 
documented for insurance purposes. 
Photos were taken of the incident.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181732
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Accident With Injury
1015 N LINCOLN AVE
HOPE CEMETARY


Unit#l  Driver/Owner FRANK MATTHEWS 

Unit#2  Owner ROBERT BOBBY 


The driver of Unit#l was traveling 
southbound on N. Lincoln Ave. in the 900 
block when he went left of center, lost 
control of his vehicle and struck Unit#2 who 
was traveling north on N. Lincoln Ave. as 
advised by witnessed. 

After talking with the driver of Unit#2 he 
advised the same as the witnesses. 

While speaking with the driver of Unit#l 
officers did notice an odor of alcoholic 
beverage about him. The first responders 
was requested due to the driver of Unit#l 
advising he had a possible head injury. He 
was transported to the Salem E.R. by 
Green TWP. 

Officers went to the Salem E.R. where he 
was read and explained the 2255 form and 
he did sign the form. He did submit to urine 
test and it was gathered by this officer. The 
defendant was cited with OVI AIA, left of 
center and reasonable control. The 
defendant was given a mandatory court 
date of 03/30/18 at 0830 at the Col. County 
Municipal Court.


ArrestedCited Frank D. Matthews. D.O.B. 
1961
142 S. Union Ave. Salem Oh. 44460
OVI AIA, Left of Center, Reasonable 
Control.

4511.19Ala Driving- While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs
4511.29 331.05 Driving Left of Center when 
passing another MV - interfering with 
oncoming traffic
4511.202 333.08 Failure to Maintain 
Reasonable Control of a MV on any street, 
highway, or property


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181733
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Person With A Knife
457 MULLINS ST

Complainant: RAYMOND

Officers were dipatched to the 400 block of 
Mullins St in reference to a report of a 
person with a knife. Upon arrival, officers 
spoke with the complainant who advised 
that she had come over to the residence to 
check the welfare of her daughter and 
grandson. Complainant advised that an 
argument ensued between her and the 
subject, which resulted in the subject 
becoming extremely angry. Complainant 
advised that the subject pulled a knife out of 
the pocket of a pool table and threatened to 
stab her, before leaving the residence. 

During the investigation, officers spoke with 
the complainant's daughter who advised 
that just prior to her mother responding the 
subject a garden hoe and threatened to kill 
her with it. 

Officers later located the subject at a 
nearby residence and was taken into 
custody for Domestic Violence and 
Aggravated Menacing. The subject was 
transported to the police department for 
processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Christopher Lanning DOB 1987
457 Mullins St
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charges: Domestic Violence (ORC 
2919.25C)
Menacing (ORC 2903.21)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181734
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Neighbor Dispute 
1062 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: JOYCE HOUSHOUR

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised that she has been 
having problems with her neighbors walking 
through her yard and stated that they 
constantly yell things at her. 

Contact was made at the neighbor's 
residence and they were advised of the 
complaint. The female resident stated that 
the complainants son is constantly yelling at 
them and causing problems with the 
parking situations.

Both parties were ultimately advised to try 
and stay away from each other.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181736
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Criminal Damage To MV 
785 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: JUSTIN BIAS

A male subject came to the station 
reference possible criminal damage. The 
complainant stated prior to today he 
transported a few juveniles in his vehicle. 
The complainant advised he believed one 
of the juveniles may have possibly cut his 
back seat. Police observed the damage and 
took the juveniles information. The 
complaint did not wish to press the issue 
and requested Police speak with the 
guardians.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181738
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Person To Be Removed
2472 LEXINGTON AVE B 

Complainant: CARLEY ECKMAN

Officers responded to the 2400 block of 
Lexington Ave in reference to a person to 
be removed complaint. Complainant 
advised that she wanted her mother in law 
to leave the residence. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subject, who is the mother of the 
complainant's husband. The subject 
advised that she responded to the 
residence, at the request of her son, to take 
her granddaughter to the emergency room. 
The subject advised the complainant 
refused to let them take the child and an 
argument ensued. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she wanted 
the subject to leave. Officers advised the 
complainant of the Ohio laws concerning 
this issue and provided all parties with their 
options for dealing with the incident. 
Officers cleared


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 120181739
Date:Sunday, March 25,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE 

Officer was dispatched to WalMart on E. 
State Street for a report of a shop lifter. 
Officer responded and made contact with 
the complainant (Loss Prevention) and a 
female subject inside the store. The 
complainant advised that the female subject 
was concealing items in her purse in 
several different areas of the store. The 
subject then proceeded to the check out 
area and would scan one item then put two 
or three items in shopping bags that she did 
not scan. The subject then passed all points 
of sale with out rendering proper payment 
for the items she concealed and the items 
she did not scan. The total amount stolen 
was $198.10. 

The subject admitted to concealing the 
items and not properly scanning the items. 
The subject was placed in custody for theft 
and transported back to the police 
department for processing. Once the 
subject was booked she was transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail.

The subject was also given a Notice of 
Restriction from WaCMart property and 
advised not to return.


Arrested: Amanda J. Jackson 190 
Washington Street Washingtonville, Ohio 
44409 (DOB: 1985)
Theft M1


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181740
Date:Sunday, March 25,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
400 BLOCK OF MULLINS

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Mullins St to follow up on a previous 
investigation. Officers subsequently 
arrested the subject for Domestic Violence 
and Aggravated Menacing. The subject was 
later transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police De~artment lncident #: 
20181741
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Dog At Large
943 W WILSON ST C

Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of 
W. Wilson St. for a dog at large complaint. 
Officer responded andobserved a medium 
sized brown/white male dog barking at the 
rear of a residence. After several attempts 
officer was able to get the dog in the cruiser 
and transported it to the city humane officer 
on Prospect St.


Ptl. C. Crider


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181742
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
1872 E STATE ST

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

While on patrol officer was flagged down by 
a male individual walking along the 1800 
block of E State St. The individual was 
requesting assistance in getting 
transportation to Lisbon. Officer advised of 
options for cabs. 

Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181743
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
SOUTHEAST BLVD / PARK AVE 

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed three vehicles 
parked on Southeast Blvd. near Park 
Avenue in a no parking zone.

Officer made contact with a male subject 
who advised that his wife is a mid-wife and 
a child was just delivered at the house the 
vehicles were parked in front of. He advised 
that the owners of the other vehicles were 
helping his wife. The subject advised he 
would have the vehicles moved as soon as 
possible.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181745
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
500 E FOURTH ST 

Complainant: RICHARD MILLER

On 3/26/2018 officers responded to the 500 
block area of E Fourth Street in regards to a 
noise complaint. Upon arrival officers spoke 
with the complainant who stated that every 
Sunday at around 4:00 AM they can hear 
what sounds to be like a banging noise like 
a door slamming shut from outside. 

Officers did not hear anything while on 
scene but informed the complainant that an 
extra watch will be done in the area next 
Sunday. 

Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Sunday, March 25, 2018
05:37 PM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181727
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Intoxicated Person 
544 E PERSHING ST A 

On 3/25/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 500 block of E Pershing Ave in regards 
to an intoxicated female subject attempting 
to drive away in a vehicle. 

Upon arriving to the area bystanders 
advised that they witnessed the female 
subject in quest