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Monday, October 22, 2018
08:15 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187242
Date: Sunday, October 21,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
WATERWORTH PARK / SUNSET SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND



Officers responded to the above location for 
a suspicious vehicle. Officers made contact 
with the driver of the vehicle who stated he 
was going through some personal issues 
and just wanted to be somewhere quiet.





Ptl. M.Wirkner916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187243
Date: Sunday, October 21,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
643 FRANKLIN AVE


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

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for a registration violation in 
the 600 block of Franklin Ave.

During the stop marijuana paraphernalia 
was recovered from the vehicle. The driver 
was issued a minor misdemeanor citation 
for the paraphernalia and was given a 
verbal warning for the driving offense.



Cited: Logan D. Brown
DOB: 1998
Address: 6511 Camp Blvd Hanoverton, OH 
44423
Charge: Possession of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia (MM)




Ptl. Beeson




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187245
Date: Sunday, October 21,2018
Speak To Officer
431 AETNA ST 


Complainant: CHRIS DAWES

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant. He advised 
that the house next door is vacant and 
condemned and there is a male individual 
that has been reportedly living in the 
garage. Officers made contact with the 
individual in the garage at 421 Aetna St. 
and he was advised of the complaint. 

He stated that he purchased the property 
and has been working on it with permission 
through the housing department. Officers 
advised him that he could not be living at 
the property and also warned him about 
reports of him urinating outside of the 
property. 

He was further advised that a follow up 
would be made with the housing/zoning 
department to ascertain if he is to be at the 
property at all.



Sgt. D. Green  051





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187240
Date: Sunday, October 21,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / ROSE AVE 


On 10/21/2018 officers were in the area of 
Hawley Ave and Cleveland Street when 
they observed a silver in color Honda sedan 
go left of center. Officers conducted a traffic 
stop on the vehicle in the 900 block of W 
State Street.

Upon approaching the vehicle officers could 
smell the odor of marijuana emanating from 
the vehicle. Officers made contact with the 
driver and passenger and when asked 
about the odor coming from their vehicle the 
passenger (registered owner) stated that he 
had marijuana in his pocket. He then pulled 
a bag of marijuana out of his coat pocket 
and was asked to step out of the vehicle. 
The driver was asked to exit the car as well.

After a probable cause search of the vehicle 
was conducted officers also discovered a 
marijuana cigarette and marijuana bowl 
inside of the vehicle. Andrew was issued a 
citation for Possession of Marijuana. All 
items discovered were confiscated.


Cited: Andrew Merle Spickerman
809 10TH AVE NEW BRIGHTON, PA
Charge: Marijuana Possession (ORD: 
513.03C2)



Reporting: 098 D. Miller




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187239
Date: Sunday, October 21,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
667 NEWGARDEN AVE 
CONVENlENCE STORE


While on patrol officer observed an 
occupied vehicle parked at a closed 
business in the 600 block of Newgarden 
Ave. Officer made contact with the 
occupants who advised the vehicle ran out 
of gas and they had pushed it off the road 
into the parking lot. 

The driver advised that a friend was 
responding to pick them up and that the 
vehicle would be removed from the lot no 
later than tomorrow morning. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187238
Date: Sunday, October 21,2018
ROA- Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
400 B LOCK OF HIGHLAND AVE


Officer and FD responded to the 400 block 
of Highland Ave. for a report of a tree and 
lines in the roadway. Officer and FD stood 
by until Ohio Edison, along with the street 
department cleared the roadway.




Ptl. J. Brooks  914-009





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187237 
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
873 E FIFTH ST 


Police responded to the area of Rose Ave. 
and E. Fifth St. for a report of loud music. 
Officers were able to locate the source of 
the music and speak to several subjects. 
Officers advised the subjects of the 
complaint and to keep the noise down.




Ptl. S. LaRosa 907/059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187236
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Check Well Being
2586 E STATE ST C


Officers responded to the above location to 
check on the well being of a subject at the 
closed business. Officers were advised by a 
third party person that a female was 
allegedly locked in the bathroom of the 
closed business.

Officers along with a key holder made entry 
into the business and checked the 
bathroom , which nobody was in there. 

Officers checked the interior of the store 
and then cleared.




Ptl. S. LaRosa 907/059





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187235
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Suspicious Activity 
421 AETNA ST SALEM


Officer responded to the 400 block of Aetna 
St and checked on reported activity in the 
area. Officer will follow up or the matter 
after obtaining more information on the 
status of a property and activity in question. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187234
Date: Saturday, October 20, 2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A



Officers were dispatched to Walmart in 
reference to shop lifters. Upon arrival, asset 
protection advised of two females who 
failed to scan merchandise and then 
bagged and placed the merchandise into a 
shopping cart. It was reported that the 
females then passed all points of sale 
without rendering proper payment, for a 
total monetary amount of $75.11. 

Both females were taken into custody and 
transported to the police department for 
processing.

They were later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail. Both females were 
trespassed from Walmart property and no 
longer allowed at any Walmart in the 
country.



Arrested: Jamie L. Altomare DOB 1985
31998 Winona Rd.
Winona, OH 44493
Charge: Theft (ORC 291 3.02) M1


Arrested: Crystal N. Altomare DOB 1984
635 E Pine Lake Rd.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Theft (ORC 2913.02) M1




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187230
Date: Saturday, October 20, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
517 FAIR AVE


Officer responded to the above location for 
a juvenile complaint. Upon arrival, the 
complainant wanted to report concerns he 
was having with young male adults having 
contact with his juvenile daughter. Officer 
also spoke with the female juvenile and also 
her mother who arrived on scene. The 
complainant was given advice on the 
possible steps to take, should the problems 
continue.



Sgt. D. Green 1051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187229
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
MV Lockout
748 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: CASSIE YARWOOD


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainantlowner of the 
vehicle with it's keys locked inside.

Owner signed waiver of damages form and 
officer gained entry.

Ohio registration, G948658



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187228
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Menacing / Threats
965 S LUNDY AVE 


Officer responded to the 900 block of S 
Lundy Ave. in reference to a report of 
menacing. Victim advised that the female 
who rents the apartment at the rear of his 
residence had threatened his life. Victim 
advised that the suspect told him that she 
would slit his throat if he ever came near 
her apartment again. 

Officer made contact with the suspect who 
denied having made that statement, but 
reported that the victim has assaulted her in 
the past and that she told him that she 
would defend herself by any means 
possible if he were to assault her again. 


The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187227
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
194 W SEVENTH ST 


Complainant: RON BENDER


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant(s), who 
advised they had found a clear plastic bag 
with some pills inside.

The pills were brought to this department 
and thrown away.

Unknown where they came from.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187226
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Suspicious Person
785 E STATE ST A


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious person walking on 
the sidewalk. Officers observed a male 
subject fitting the description walking and 
texting on his phone nothing else was 
observed.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187225
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E PERSHING ST / PARK AVE 

Two Vehicle Accident


Unit # 1 Driver/Owner: ROBERT 
WOODWORTH , Age 61, 938 PROSPECT 
ST., SALEM, OH
Cited: 331.19, FTY: Stop Sign


Unit # 2 Driver/Owner: DAVID 
MAINWARING , Salem, Oh


Unit # 2 was eastbound on E. Pershing St. 
and reportedly stopped for the stop sign at 
Park Ave. Unit # 1 was westbound on E. 
Pershing St. and reportedly stopped for the 
stop sign at Park Ave. Unit # 2 proceeded 
to make a left hand turn onto Park Ave. to 
travel northbound. 

Unit # 1, ROBERT WOODWORTH , failed 
to yield from the stop sign and proceeded 
westbound, striking Unit # 2 in the 
passenger side rear.


Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187224
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
2299 E STATE ST SALEM
PARKING LOT



Traffic Crash Report Private Property


Unit #1: PARKED Ohio registration, 
HDA7102 2017 Chevrolet HB White in color
Owner: James Gano 33211 Votaw Blvd 
Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Operator/Parked vehicle: Glenda Gano 
33211 Votaw Blvd Lisbon, Ohio 44432


Unit #1 had parked by the front doors in the 
parking lot of the business yesterday, 
Friday, 10-19-18 at approximately 1500hrs. 
Operator parked the vehicle and went 
inside.

Later the operator found that person(s) 
unknown (Unit #2) had struck the right rear 
passenger door of Unit #1 leaving red paint 
on the door and a dent.

No injuries reported and no Unit(s) towed.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187223
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Civil Matter
965 S LUNDY AVE 


Complainant: MARK THOMAS


Complainant contacted this department and 
advised that he was not home but stated 
someone was trying to get into his 
apartment while his wife was home. Officers 
responded and made contact with the 
landlord in the front residence.

He stated that an old tenant returned to get 
some personal property out of the hallway 
and no was was attempting to enter the 
back apartment.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187222
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Check Well Being
2789 E STATE ST 8
PARKING LOT


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a light blue colored van with a 
male subject standing by the drivers side 
door (with it opened). Officer made contact 
with the male and he advised all was fine. 
He advised he wasn't slumped over the 
wheel but laid back resting.

Officer cleared.

Ohio registration, HCG2958




Ptl. French 041




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Sunday, October 21, 2018
08:07 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187218
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Assist Other Agency
400 S UNION AVE


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


While on patrol officer noticed an OSP unit 
on a traffic stop in the 400 block of S. Union 
Ave. officer stood by until no longer needed.



PTL. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187217
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Assist Perry Police
398 SPRINGDALE


Complainant: TWP, PERRY


Officer responded to the 300 block of 
Springdale Ave. with Perry Township Police 
to check for a male subject who had an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County. 
Officers were not able to locate the subject.




PTL. Brooks 914-009





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187216
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Speak To Officer 
290 OHIO AVE 


Complainant: JOEY MORRIS


On 10/20/2018 officers responded to the 
200 block of Ohio Ave in reference to a civil 
matter. Officers spoke with the complainant 
who advised of a child custody issue. The 
child the complainant was speaking about 
was outside of the jurisdiction and the 
complainant was advised that this was a 
civil matter and was advised to speak with 
Columbiana County SO in reference his 
complaint. With the complainant 
understanding officers then cleared.



-Ptl. D. Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187215
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Graffiti (Spray Paint)
PENNSYLVANIA 200 BLOCK


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


While on patrol officer observed recent 
graffiti beneath the East end of the W State 
St rail road overpass that appeared to have 
been applied with some sort of black 
permanent marker. The damage was 
photographed. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187214
Date: Saturday, October 20,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
423 S LUNDY AVE A


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


While on patrol officer observed a gold SUV 
parked in Sparkle parking lot after hours. 
Officer did make contact with a male 
subject who advised he was staying in the 
area and was being dropped off.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 10/20/18





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187213
Date: Saturday, October 20, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2400 SOUTHEAST BLVD


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


While on patrol officer observed a parked 
vehicle in the 2400 block of Southeast Blvd 
with its rear hatch open and nobody around. 
The registered owner resided nearby and 
officer subsequently made contact at the 
residence. A resident advised it must have 
been left open by accident. Officer 
subsequently secured the vehicle on behalf 
of the resident. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187212
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Forgery
673 E THIRD ST


On 10/19/2018 officers responded to the 
600 block of E Third Street in regards to a 
forgery report. Upon arrival officers spoke 
with the victim and gathered information in 
regards to what had happened and what 
was forged.

Officers then gathered the victim's 
information and advised that they will be in 
touch with him to gather further information. 
Investigation pending.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187211
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
456 E FIFTH ST



Officer responded to the 500 block of E 
Fifth St. in regards to criminal damage to a 
motor vehicle. Upon arrival, the victim 
advised that she arrived home to find that 
the driver side rear view mirror to her red 
2008 Chevy Cobalt had been damaged. 

There was evidence of some sort of drink 
that appeared to have been thrown at the 
vehicle, which likely caused the damage. 
The victim advised that she had no idea 
who would have damaged it. She was 
advised that a report would be on file for 
insurance purposes.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187210
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Limbs/Tree/Lines in Road
S Madison Ave / Maple St



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

While on patrol officer located a moderate 
sized limb obstructing the eastbound lane of 
Maple St between Adams Ave and S 
Madison Ave. The limb was moved from the 
street to the roadside. Approximately two 
hours later officer observed a second limb 
had fallen in the same location. The limb 
was moved from the street to the roadside 
as well.




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187209
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Check Well Being
501 CONTINENTAL DR B 


Complainant: PD, PERRY 


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Continental to check the area for a male 
juvenile who ran away from his residence in 
Perry Township. Officers checked several 
locations but were not able to locate the 
juvenile. Officers later responded to a 
business in the 2200 block of E. State St. 
for a report that the juvenile was there. 

Upon arriving officer did locate the juvenile 
and stood by with him until Perry Township 
PD arrived.




PTL. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187208
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Person To Be Removed
405 ESTATE ST 


Complainant: STREET TATTOO, STATE


Officer responded to a business in the 400 
block of E. State St. for a report of a subject 
who would not leave the business. Upon 
arriving officer was advised that the subject 
already left. Officer patrolled the area to 
ensure the subject didn't return.




PTL. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187207
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Accident With Injury 
2229 E STATE ST
RITE AID PHARMACY & STORE



Unit 2- Owner/Operator: Rena Brackin, 
SALEM, OH

Unit 1- Owner/Operator: Cathleen Estes, 
SALEM, OH



Officer responded to the 2200 block of E 
State St. in reference to a two vehicle traffic 
accident with injury. It was reported that 
Unit 2, a 1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue was east 
bound on E State St. from Southeast Blvd, 
passing the entrance of the Shell gas 
station. 

Unit 1, a 2001 Chevy Venture, had exited 
the Shell parking lot onto E State St. and 
struck Unit 2 in the passenger side rear 
fender/wheel well. 

Unit 1 sustained functional damage to the 
driver side front head light, while Unit 2 
sustained disabling damage to the 
passenger side rear tire. 

During the investigation, the operator of 
Unit 2 reported that she had neck pain and 
a headache. The Salem Fire Department 
and KLG Ambulance were requested to the 
scene. She was later transported to the 
SRMC for treatment. Kaiser Towing 
responded and removed Unit 2 from the 
roadway and the operator of Unit 1 was 
cited for Failure to Yield from Private Drive.




Cited: Cathleen A. Estes
909 Morris Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Failure to Yield- Private Drive 
(Salem ORD 331.22)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Saturday, October 20, 2018
08:26 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187199
Date: Friday, October 19, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
180 OHIO AVE 4


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


While on patrol in the 100 block of Ohio Ave 
this officer was flagged down regarding a 
dispute. Officer did speak with the 
complainant as well as the other person 
involved. Officer cleared.


Ptl D Beeson 10/19/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187200
Date. Friday, October 19, 2018
Check Well Being
1125 E STATE ST
PARKING LOT



Officers responded to the above location for 
a check well being of a female subject 
sitting in her vehicle not moving.

Officers made contact with the subject who 
stated she had just worked over on the 
night shift and she was feeling tired and 
pulled into the parking lot to rest for a 
minute before driving home.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187201
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Traffic Offense
200 BLOCK OF S UNION


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


While on patrol in the area of S Union and 
Pershing officer initiated a traffic stop with a 
vehicle for several violations.

During the stop the driver did give consent 
to search the vehicle. The driver was 
ultimately given a verbal warning for the 
offenses.



Ptl D Beeson 





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187203
Date: Friday, October 19, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
OHIO AVE / REILLY SCHOOL


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


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle in the 400 block of Ohio Ave 
for moving violations. During the stop a 
passenger in the vehicle was found to have 
an active warrant out of Columbiana County 
and was taken into custody for the warrant. 
The K9 was also called to the scene and 
Argo did indicate to narcotic odor. 
Contraband was located inside the vehicle.


Arrested: Cletis Ray Curtis Monroy
DOB: 1983
Address: 150 Brooklyn Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Warrant - Failure to Appear Drug 
Abuse Instruments




Ptl D Beeson 10/19/2018





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187204
Date: Friday, October 19, 2018
Check Well Being
1527 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: SMITH, SGT


Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the female resident. Officer 
advised her that the complainant had said 
he had received a message from her about 
some problem?

The female advised all was good that she 
had meant she was leaving town for a 
while. She then requested officer to leave 
her residence. She advised numerous times 
she was fine.

Officer cleared.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187205
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
911 Hang-up Call
969 W WILSON ST C 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and K-9 Officer Larosa made contact at the 
residence along with Sgt. Green since 
yelling/shouting could be heard out side the 
residence.

It was found that the one younger male 
resident had gotten involved with one of his 
games and was yelling at it and may have 
dialed 911 some how.

All appeared to be fine and he advised he 
would keep it down.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187206
Date: Friday, October 19, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
E PERSHING ST / S LUNDY A 


Complainant: Fire, Salem 


Officer responded to the above location and 
was advised by the complainant that he had 
helped push the vehicle around the 
corner/northeast corner of S. Lundy & E. 
Pershing where the occupants advised it 
had ran out of gas.

They had locked up the vehicle prior to 
officers arrival and left with the keys to get 
gas at a local business.

Officer stood by until they returned with the 
gas.

Ohio registration, HNV8049


Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #:20187197
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Fight
206 VINE AVE 



Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave. for a report of an unknown 
disturbance. Upon arrival, a female in a red 
sweatshirt was observed running from the 
area. The male who called is the boyfriend 
of the female who fled on foot. He advised 
his girlfriend was having a medical issue 
and needed help. 

Officer did locate the vehicle nearby hiding 
behind a car port in the 200 block of Rose 
Ave. KLG Ambulance and Salem Fire Dept. 
First responders responded to the scene to 
check the female who ultimately refused 
treatement and transport to the hospital. 

Both subjects were sent on their way. 
Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187195
Friday, October 19,2018
Intoxicated Person
188 RAILROAD ST A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Railroad Street for a report of intoxicated 
people. 

Upon arrival, this officer did observe three 
subjects located around a vehicle in closed 
business parking lot. While talking to the 
subjects, officers were able to smell the 
odor of alcoholic beverage coming from 
their person. While talking to the subjects 
further, officers did notice cold beer cans 
around the vehicle to which one passenger 
did admit to being in possession of. 

Said subject was issued an MM citation for 
open container and given a court date on 
10/23/2018 at 08:30 AM. One subject did 
call for a valid, sober driver to retrieve them 
and officers cleared without further incident.


Name: William Gleason Wildman
DOB: 1974
Address: 480 12 Washington Street Salem, 
OH 44460
Charge: Open Container of Alcohol ORD 
529.07(B)4



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187194
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Dog At Large
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION



While on routine patrol, this officer did 
observe a dog chained to a fence outside a 
gas station in the 100 block of W State 
Street. 

This officer did check with the store 
employee and other customers who 
advised that the dog was outside upon their 
arrival. Officers were able to locate the 
owner through the dogs I.D. tags. The 
owner did retrieve the dog and officers 
cleared without further incident. This case in 
under further review for possible charges.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187193
Date: Friday, October 19,2018
Suspicious Person
667 NEWGARDEN AVE


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


While on patrol in the 600 block of 
Newgarden Ave. officer observed a female 
walking out from behind the closed 
business. Officer made contact with the 
female who did appear to be emotional and 
holding her stomach. The female advised 
that she just recently broke up with her 
boyfriend and was having a panic attack. 

The female refused EMS treatment several 
times. The female denied a consent search 
of her back pack and was sent on her way.

Officers cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187192
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
643 FRANKLIN AVE


Officers responded to 643 Franklin Ave. for 
a report of a female subject cutting herself 
with a piece of glass. 

Upon arrival, the female did have the small 
piece of glass still in her hand and dropped 
it upon officers request. Officer did observe 
attempted lacerations on the females arms. 
The female did make threats of harm to 
herself in front of officer and also 
complained of a separate medical condition. 

The Salem Fire Dept. First responders and 
EMT Ambulance responded. EMT 
subsequently transported the female to 
Salem Regional Medical Center where this 
officer pink slipped her. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187191
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Open Burning
892 SUMMIT ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. to 892 Summit St. for a burning 
complaint. Upon arrival, officer stood by 
while fire dept. personnel checked the fire 
and determined it to be ok. Officers cleared.




Sgt. 6. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187190
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
MV Lockout
1200 E SIXTH ST A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the Salem High 
School for a motor vehicle lockout. The 
complainant signed a waiver of damages 
form and officers were able to gain entry 
into the vehicle.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187189
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Drive Off
968 E ST ATE ST
GAS STATION



Complainant: BRADLY 


Officer responded to the Smith Oil Gas 
Station in the 900 block of E. State St. for a 
report of a drive off. Personnel advised of a 
female subject in a white Toyota Corolla 
type vehicle pump $20.02 worth of gasoline 
on pump #6 and leave westbound on E. 
State St. without paying. Officer did check 
the area and was unable to locate the 
vehicle.



Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187188
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
793 W PERSHlNG ST 


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460


Officers conducted a warrant check at a 
residence in the 700 block of W. Pershing 
Ave. The male resident answered the door 
and it was confirmed that he did have an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County. 

The male was transported to the Salem 
Police Department where he was booked 
and processed and then transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail by a deputy sheriff.


Ptl. M. King


ARRESTED: JAMES T MILLS
DOB: 1965
ADDRESS: 793 W. PERSHING ST. 
SALEM, OH 44460
OFFENSE: FAILURE TO APPEAR D.U.I




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187186
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Check Well Being
327 FAIR AVE 1/2 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 300 block of Fair 
Ave for a well being check. Officers spoke 
with a resident who advised the male 
subject was not home. He stated he was 
unsure when the male would return or 
where he was. The resider advised he 
would have the male subject contact the PD 
when he returned.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187185
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: DONNA GLACKEN, LISBON, 
OH 

Officer spoke with the female complainant 
on station to report that sometime on this 
date while at the Salem Walmart she lost 
her Visa debit card, which is through 
Farmers National Bank. 

Complainant advised that she did check 
with Walmart prior to making this report and 
nobody turned in her credit card. 
Complainant states that she checked her 
account online and found a pending un-
authorized transaction in the amount of 
$438.09. She did call the after hour number 
for Farmers Bank in an attempt to cancel 
her card/account but was unable to do so 
and was referred to call her bank the 
following business day. 

Information was gathered and investigation 
is pending. Officer cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187184
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST


Complainant: EMILY


Officer responded to the 900 block of E 
State St for a drive off from a gas station. 
The employee advised an older male 
subject pumped $12.30 worth of fuel and 
failed to render payment. The male subject 
left in a chevy Malibu gold in color and 
headed westbound on E State St. 

Officer checked the area but was unable to 
locate the vehicle.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187183
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
ASH AVE / W WILSON ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officers spoke to a male who came on 
station. The male advised of a suspicious 
vehicle that has been seen sitting at bus 
stops for a long duration of time and 
watching children as they get off of the bus. 

Officers are looking into the matter.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187182
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF HIGHLAND AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


( 10/18/2018 15:45:52 By: 121) GSE1204 - 
PARKING TICKET #3423 - VIOLATION #1 ; 
SOUTH OF ALLEY
( 10/18/2018 15:48:51 By: 121) FPP7192 - 
PARKING TICKET #3424 - VIOLATION #1 ; 
NORTH OF ALLEY


Officer was called to a parking complaint 
with several vehicles involved. Officer found 
(2) in clear violation and issued pink parking 
tickets to each. Cruiser 3 used. 



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187181
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Theft
856 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: TIMOTHY MYERS

Officers responded to the 800 block of New 
Garden avenue to take a report of a theft. 
The male complainant advised that he had 
been out of town for three days and when 
he returned home his guitar, as well as 
various other items related to the guitar, 
were missing from his bedroom. 

The male advised that he had checked with 
local pawn shops and no one had come 
across the items. 

Officers cleared from the residence and the 
matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187180
Disabled / Stuck MV
1761 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the area of E. State 
St. and Madison Ave. for a disabled vehicle. 
Upon arrival officers spoke to the driver. 
She stated that she got a flat tire from 
hitting the curb while she was driving down 
the road. 

Officers stood by while the tire was 
changed and the car was then driven from 
the scene. Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. King




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PUBLISHED 9:25AM OCTOBER 20, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com  




Friday, October 19, 2018
05:41 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187176
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
E STATE ST / N UNION AVE


Complainant: SALEM CITY, STREET DEPT 
231 S BROADWAY AVE



Officers responded to the area of E. State 
St. and Union Ave. for a criminal damage 
report. Officers spoke to the complainant 
who stated it appeared some one had done 
"doughnuts" in the freshly laid concrete. 

Officers documented the damage done and 
cleared the scene.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187177
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Assist Perry Police
1434 ELBERON AVE


Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP, POLICE 
2198 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM


Perry Twp police requested assistance for a 
traffic stop with three (3) individuals in the 
vehicle. It was first reported to be a follow 
up parking complaint but then reported a 
traffic stop after the follow up call. Officers 
responded and assisted Perry officerls with 
a traffic stop investigation until assistance 
was no longer needed 


Banar-901





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187179
Date: Thursday, October 18, 2018
MV Lockout
2487 E STATE ST B


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 2400 block of E. 
State St. for a vehicle lock out. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who signed a 
waiver of damages form Entry was gained 
into the vehicle and dficer cleared the 
scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187169
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1271 CEDAR RIDGE DR B


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


Officers checked a residence in the 1200 
block of Cedar Ridge Dr. for a person with a 
warrant. Officers were unable to make 
contact with the individual.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187170
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Open Burning
568 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER



Officers responded to the 1500 block of 
Southeast Blvd. for a complaint of open 
burning. Officers located the subjects in the 
back yard burning wood that is prohibited 
by city ordinance. 

The fire department advised them of the 
burning law and gave them a verbal 
warning for the offense. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187171
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST 



Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND


Officers responded to the area of E. State 
St. and Park Ave. searching for a missing 
juvenile. The complainant advised that the 
juvenile had left the house about fifteen 
minutes prior without permission. 

Officers were unable to locate the individual 
and a missing juvenile report was filled out 
by the legal guardian. The matter is under 
investigation.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187172
Date Wednesday, October 17,2018
Harassment
231 S BROADWAY AVE B


Complainant: ASHLEY MARROULIS


Officers spoke with a female complainant 
who came on station to report being 
harassed by a known female. After 
gathering information, officer found that no 
criminal violations are being committed by 
the alleged suspect. 

The complainant was advised several 
options in dealing with the matter. Officer 
cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187173
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Assault
443 CONTINENTAL DR


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr. for an alleged assault that 
had taken place. Officers spoke to the male 
complainant who advised that his mother's 
boyfriend had entered the residence earlier 
and assaulted him.

Officers did observe injuries and contacted 
EMT to respond to the scene. The male 
was transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center by EMT to have his injuries 
checked. The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187174
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A


Complainant: SRMC, ER 1995 E STATE ST 
SALEM, OH 44460


Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center to assist staff with a 
combative patient. Upon arrival, officers 
found that the patient was already back in 
his room and no longer being combative. 

Officers spoke with the subject for several 
minutes and cleared without incident.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187175
Date: Thursday, October 18,2018
Intoxicated Person
967 HOME CR SALEM


Complainant: HOME CIRCLE SALEM, OH 
44460


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Home Circle for a report of an intoxicated 
male subject that left the home on foot. 

Officers checked the area and was unable 
to locate the subject. Several minutes later 
while patrolling the area, the complainant 
flagged officers down and advised the male 
returned home, was sleeping and that there 
was no further issues. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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PUBLISHED 6:26AM OCTOBER 19, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com   




Thursday, October 18, 2018
09:01 AM -0500

On Wednesday October 17, there were 3 
resident Alarms investidated and 2 Motor 
Vehicle Lock Outs assisted by Salem 
Police.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20187158
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
218 FAIR AVE 


Complainant: ELEANOR CLINGERMAN


Officers responded to the 200 block of Fair 
Ave. for a possible Burglary. Officers spoke 
to the complainant who stated that they 
believed someone had tried to gain entry to 
their house. They stated that the locked had 
been damaged though they stated that they 
were home at the time and did not hear 
anything out of the ordinary. They also 
stated that no items were taken from the 
residence. 

The complainant advised that they just 
wanted a report at this time.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187159
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Recovered Property
372 W STATE ST


Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
West State St for a report of recovered 
property. On arrival officers took possession 
of the item in question and it was brought to 
the station. The owner was contacted and 
advised that he would be in to get the item. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187161
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Theft
2285 KENNEDY DR

Complainant: BOBBI SEGUIN


Complainant on station to report two 
packages stolen from her residence 
between 10/12/18 and 10/13/18. The 
complainant advised one package was 
delivered by UPS and the other by USPS.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187162
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST


Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION 
968 E STATE ST


Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the clerk on duty. The 
clerk stated that a unknown person had 
pumped $36.82 in gas into there vehicle 
and then fled the area without rendering 
payment. Officers checked the area for the 
vehicle then cleared.


Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187163
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Theft
1125 E STATE ST


Complainant: THERESA SEVEK


Complainant advised she lost her wallet in 
the parking lot of Circle K this morning. It 
was near the air pump in the center of the 
lot, she called to ask the clerks about it but 
no one had turned it in. It was a girls wallet 
containing a small amount of cash, credit 
and ID cards. 

Officers checked and obtained video for 
review of the incident. 



Banar 901





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187164
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Theft
E STATE ST / HIGHLAND AVE


Complainant: SALEM CITY, ELECTRICAL 
231 S Broadway Ave SALEM, OH 44460


Complainant on station to report he noticed 
a 24ft ladder was missing from his truck. 
The complainant advised the truck was 
parked near the above stated intersection 
on 10/13/18 between 0900 and 0930hrs 
when the ladder was stolen.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187165
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
E STATE ST / PENN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
East State St for a report of a disabled 
vehicle in the roadway. On arrival officers 
located the vehicle in question. The owner 
of the vehicle had help with her and the 
vehicle was legally parked. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187166
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Animal Complaint
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers were called for a sick raccoon near 
the community center. Upon arrival staff 
advised the location and symptoms the 
animal was showing. Officers stood by and 
Salem Health Dept responded and took 
said animal without incident. 




Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187167
Date: Wednesday, October 17,2018
Ambulance Needed
310 E. EUCLID ST A
FACTORY


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to a industrial accident 
involving a worker being injured. 

Upon arrival the worker was found inside 
the plant with his coworkers helping him. At 
that time he was lying on his back and not 
trapped but in obvious discomfort. A mold 
had fallen on top of him from above. 

Salem FD arrived and KLG soon after. He 
was transported to Salem Regional for 
additional medical treatment.




Ptl.Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187144
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
292 2 STATE ST B


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



Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of an abandoned vehicle. A vehicle 
was reportedly parked in the parking lot for 
over a month without authorization. 

The business was advised that they could 
have the vehicle towed since it was on 
private property.




Sgt. D. Green 051





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187145
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
408 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Officer responded to the 400 block of S 
Ellsworth Ave for a report of a 911 hang up 
call. Officer arrived and found no signs of 
anything wrong nor did anyone say they 
called.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187146
Date Tuesday, October 16,2018
Dog At Large
717 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: SUSAN SHERRILL

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
S. Lundy Avenue for a report of a brown 
medium sized dog at large.

Officers responded and the complainant 
advised the dog ran through her yard going 
South from her residence.

Officers checked the area, but the dog was 
not located.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187147
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
2875 E STATE ST A



Officer was dispatched to the Walmart 
parking lot in regards to a parking 
complaint. Complainant advised of a black 
truck which had a trailer on it and the trailer 
was blocking a handicap space. Upon 
arrival, officer located the vehicle and 
observed that the customer was using the 
handicap space to unload a motorized 
wheelchair. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187148
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Traffic Offense
193 S LINCOLN AVE
PARKING LOT


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL


Officer on patrol stopped a dark green 1997 
GMC truck in the 100 block of S Lincoln 
Ave. in regards to a driver's license 
violation. It was learned that the registered 
owner's driver's license was suspended and 
he was observed operating the vehicle in 
the area of E Third St. and Rose Ave. 

Per the BMV Registrar, the license plates 
were confiscated and the vehicle was towed 
from the scene by AAA. The operator was 
cited with Driving Under Suspension Non 
Compliance.


Cited: Terry L. Miller DOB 1961
5178 Whinnery Rd.
Hanoverton, OH 44423
Charge: Driving Under Suspension-Non 
Compliance (ORC 4510.16A




Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187149 
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Traffic Offense
700 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST


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


Officer on patrol stopped a silver 2008 
Honda Civic for an equipment violation in 
the 700 block of E Third St. During the 
investigation, it was learned that the driver 
of the vehicle did not possess a driver's 
license, but only an identification card from 
Pennsylvania. 

Due to a language barrier, a translator was 
requested to the scene. The driver was 
cited for No Operator's License, but 
afforded a warning for Two Headlights 
Required. 

Sinsley Towing responded and removed the 
vehicle from the roadway.


Cited: Manuel Ramon Lopez Martinez DOB 
10/06/1982
723 Rockwood Dr.
Youngstown, OH 44460
Charge: No Operator's License (ORC 
4510.12A1)




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187150
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Suspicious Person
E PERSHING ST 



Officer responded and checked along E 
Pershing St for a suspicious person 
reportedly pulling on car door handles.

Officer checked the length of E Pershing St 
between Woodland Ave and S Lundy Ave 
without observing the anything suspicious. 
The individual was not located. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187151
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Stolen Vehicle
836 AETNA ST


Complainant: BRETT DIMKO


Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Aetna Street for a stolen vehicle report. 
Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that he was 
calling for his girlfriend who had to go to 
work. He advised that her 2013 Dodge 
Journey was stolen out of her garage 
sometime since 10:00am. 

Officers responded to the vehicle owners 
place of employment to have her sign the 
stolen vehicle form. Upon further 
investigation with the owner, it was found 
that she forgot she left the vehicle at her 
boyfriends residence in Washingtonville. 

The complainant confirmed that the vehicle 
was in Washingtonville and was not stolen.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187152
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Intoxicated Person
100 BLOCK PENN AVE A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 


Officers responded to Penn Ave to check 
on a possibly intoxicated male individual 
last observed walking toward E State St. 
Officer located the individual walking and 
subsequently identified him. The individual 
was assisted with transportation to his 
home on E Third St. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088





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PUBLISHED 10:00AM OCTOBER 18, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com   




Wednesday, October 17, 2018
08:38 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187134
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Reckless Operator
S LINCOLN AVE / E EUCLID 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area for a black colored Jeep 
bearing Ohio registration, GTNI 653 that 
was supposedly operating recklessly 
coming into the City on S. Lincoln by Euclid.

Officer did locate the vehicle parked at a 
local business and all appeared fine. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187136
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Audible Alarm
1245 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: ADT


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found people / employees on scene. 
The female manager was inside the 
residence and they were going to contact 
her and advise her of the alarm and for her 
to contact the company.

Officer(s) cleared.



Sgt. D. Green/051





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187137
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD S


Traffic Crash Report


Unit #1 :  2015 Toyota SW Red in color
Owner: Diane Foreman 1488 N. Lincoln 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: W. J. Foreman 1488 N. Lincoln 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2000 Jeep SW Tan in color
Owner/Operator: Alexandra Prychodczenko 
557 Stewart Rd Salem, Ohio 44460



Unit #1 was north bound on N. Lincoln 
approaching the intersection of E. 3rd St. 
Unit #2 was east bound on E. 3rd St 
approaching the intersection of N. Lincoln. 
Unit #1 was struck in the left rear 
wheel/quarter area with the front of Unit #2.

Unit #1 was located facing west bound on 
E. 3rd St to the north side curb area. Unit 
#2 left the scene and was located in the 
1100blk of E. State St behind a business. 
Witness was behind Unit #2 east bound on 
E. 3rd St and had followed Unit #2 to that 
location.

Operator of Unit #1 advised he had stopped 
then proceeded north bound observing Unit 
#2 coming at him and tried to hurry up. 
Owner/operator of Unit #2 advised there 
was traffic all over and no place to pull over.

Witness advised he had seen the crash and 
thought Unit #2 had stopped but followed it 
when it left the scene.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187138
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
932 ORCHARD BEND DR



Officers responded to the above location for 
a suspicious vehicle parked on the street. 
Contact was made with a nearby resident, 
who advised that the vehicle belonged to a 
family member and they were coming to get 
it. No problems were observed and the 
vehicle was legally parked.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187139
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Dog at Large
623 S UNION AVE



Complainant: DESIREE RECKNER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a dog at large. The complainant 
caught the dog and it was returned to the 
owner next door. Officers advised the owner 
to keep the dogs chained up when they are 
outside.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187140
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Injured / Sick Animal
S LUNDY AVE / CEDAR ST 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a possible sick or rabid Raccoon. The 
animal was located and the humane officer 
was contacted. She responded and was 
able to secure the raccoon and remove it 
from the area.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187141
Date: Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Accident With Injury
S LINCOLN AVE / AETNA ST


Unit#1, 2012 HYUN Sonata TAN ,  Owner 
BETTY MCKINNEY , 12731 1/2 BEARD 
RD, NEW SPRINGFLD, OH


Unit#2, 2012 BUIC Regal RED , Owner 
GARY GUIDO , 12472 ELKTON RD., 
LISBON, OH



Officer responded to the intersection of 
Aetna and S Lincoln Ave for a report of a 
motor vehicle crash with injury.

Officer arrived and found that Unit#1 had 
failed to yield the right of way from a stop 
sign while traveling west bound on Aetna 
causing Unit#2 to strike Unit#1. Unit#2 had 
been traveling south bound on S Lincoln 
Ave. 

The driver of Unit#1 was issued a citation 
for FTY stop sign and the driver of Unit#2 
was transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center by KLG. 

Sinsleys did tow Unit#1 from the scene.




Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20187142
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Recovered Property
1986 CUNNINGHAM RD


Complainant: BETHANY COLE


Complainant turned a wallet in that had 
been located in their yard and was run over 
by a mower. The wallet was located in Perry 
Twp. and the owner of the wallet resided 
there as well. Perry Twp. was advised to 
pick the wallet up at this Dept.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187143
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Reckless Operator
E STATE ST / N CUNNINGHAM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a reckless operator. Officer 
checked the area but did not locate the 
vehicle operating recklessly on the 
roadway.



PTL. LaRosa 907/059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187128
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Theft
310 VINE AVE 2


Complainant: COREY SPENCER


Officers responded to call on 10/15/2018 at 
1800 hours in the 300 block of Vine Ave. 
The Complainant had been in an accident 
earlier that same day and told Officers he 
had evidence proving his innocence in the 
motor vehicle accident. 

When asked about the evidence, which was 
his cell phone, he stated it was stolen by 
the other party involved in the accident 
earlier that day. 

Upon investigation Officers determined that 
there wasn't enough evidence to prove his 
allegations as true. The complainant 
allegedly found the stolen evidence later 
around the scene of the accident.



Ptl. S.Jones #921




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187129
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Suspicious Activity
544 E PERSHING ST A


Complainant: ROSE HAWKSWORTH


Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E Pershing St, in reference to suspicious 
activity. Complainant advised of a red 
vehicle that had parked behind some 
bushes, at the rear of the municipal parking 
lot. 

Officers made contact with the subjects 
inside who advised that their vehicle 
wouldn't start. They advised that they were 
just hanging out and trying to find plans for 
the evening. During the investigation, 
consent to search the vehicle was obtained. 

The vehicle was subsequently searched, 
but no contraband was found. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187130
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Animal Complaint
1125 E STATE ST


Complainant: MELISSA MAKCEN


Report of an animal complaint in the 
parking lot of Circle K. Complainant advised 
that she ran over a cat, which was in front 
of her tire, when she was leaving the store. 
The cat was deceased prior to officer's 
arrival. 

The city's humane officer responded to 
remove it from the property.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187131
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
228 VINE AVE 12 


On 10/15/2018 at 21:59 hours Officers 
responded to a call of a burglary in the 200 
block of Vine Ave. 

Upon arrival Officers took an inventory of 
the items that the resident claimed were 
stolen. Officers also investigated the entry 
to the residence and found no signs of a 
forced entry. Officers then cleared the 
scene and are still investigating the 
incident.



Ptl. S. Jones #921




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187132
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
WATERWORTH PARK / SUPERIOR AVE


Complainant: JONES, PTL S 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


While on patrol officers noticed a parked 
vehicle with no lights on in Waterworth 
Memorial Park at 22:35 hours. When 
officers approached the parked vehicle they 
advised the driver of the park hours and 
asked him to leave immediately.



Ptl. S.Jones #921




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187133
Date: Tuesday, October 16,2018
Dog At Large
785 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: ALEXIS CUSICK,NEW 
WATERFORD, OH 44445


On 10/16/2018 officers responded to the 
700 block of Newgarden Ave. in regards to 
a dog at large call. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant who had control of the dog. 

While officers were making attempts to 
figure out what to do with the dog for the 
evening the dog accidentally got loose and 
took off in an unknown direction. Shortly 
afterwards officers were flagged down 
again in regards to the same dog and 
discovered where the dog's owners lived. 
Officers then made contact with the owners 
of the dog and advised them that should the 
dog get loose again that they can and will 
be cited for Dog at Large. 

Once the owners of the dog understood, 
officers cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)



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PUBLISHED 9:33AM OCTOBER 17, 2018
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Tuesday, October 16, 2018
09:36 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187113
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Pink Ticket / Red Warning Issued
1092 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: WIRKNER, PTL

While on patrol Officers located an 
abandoned vehicle parked in the 1000 
block of East 3rd Street. The vehicle had 
heavy front end damage and the driver side 
door wouldn't close. The vehicle was issued 
48 hour tag to be moved or it will be towed.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187114
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Speak To Officer
1052 W STATE ST


Complainant: JUNE KFITZPATRICK


Officer responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant. She advised 
that a client made an accusation against 
one of her care givers. She stated that the 
report was already investigated by an 
investigator with the CCMRDD. The 
complainant just wanted the incident 
documented at this time.



Sgt. D. Green 051





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187115
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
BUTCHER RD / S CUNNINGHAM RD



Traffic Crash Report


Unit #1: 2008 Ford 4s Fusion Silver in color
Owner/Operator: Brooke Lynn Miller 5214 
Meadow Rd NE Kensington, Ohio 44427


Unit #2: 2004 Chevrolet 4s Impala White in 
color
Owner: Janet Orock 15650 Ellsworth Rd 
Berlin Center, Ohio 44401
Operator: Madison Orock 15650 Ellsworth 
Rd Berlin Center, Ohio 44401


Unit #1 was north bound on Cunningham 
and slowing/stopped at the legally posted 
stop sign for Cunningham & Butcher Rd.

Unit #2 was also north bound on 
Cunningham behind Unit #1 and failed to 
stop striking Unit #1 in the rear with it's
front.

KLG transported operator of Unit #2 to 
Salem Regional Medical Center. 
Owner/Operator of Unit #1 was transported 
by civilian vehicle to Salem Regional 
Medical Center. Unit #1 was towed by 
Kaiser and Unit #2 was towed by AAA.

Operator of Unit #2, Madison Orock, was 
cited for A.C.D.A. 333.03(A) and given a 
court date of Tuesday, 10-23-18 at 8:30 
A.M. for the Columbiana County Municipal 
Court.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187116 
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Littering / Dumping
2333 E STATE ST



Complainant: PATRICE SULLIVAN


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of illegal dumping. The complainant 
advised that someone is throwing their 
trash in the dumpster at the rear of the 
business. She was able to provide a name 
from a piece of the trash. 

Officer will attempt to locate the person 
responsible.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187117
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
E STATE ST / S CUNNINGHAM RD


Complainant: PERRY TWP, PD


Report of a disabled vehicle hindering the 
flow of traffic at the above location. Officers 
were able to push the vehicle off the 
roadway into a parking spot until the owner 
was able to get it removed.



Sgt. D. Green 051





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187118
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Hold-Up Alarm
201 S LINCOLN AVE
CONVENIENCE STORE


Complainant: ADT SECURITY, ALARM 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a hold up alarm. Upon arrival, it was found 
that the owner is remodeling and the alarm 
was accidental.



Sgt. D. Green  051





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187119
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2789 E STATE ST 4



Complainant: LAURA COOPER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated sometime  during 
the working hours last Saturday, a cellular 
phone was stolen from the store. 

The matter is under investigation




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187120
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Accident Private Property 
2875 E STATE ST A


Traffic Crash Report Private Property


Unit #1: 2000 Ford TK Ranger Black in 
color
Owner/Operator: Larry Lake 405 W. 
Washington St Lisbon, Ohio 44432


Unit #2: 2012 Chrysler 4s 200 Black in color
Owner/Operator: Sally Howard 625 W. 
Maryland Ave Sebring, Ohio 44672



Unit #1 was east bound in the lot by the 
pharmacy end and stopped at the stop sign 
with a person crossing in the cross walk 
area. Unit #2 backed out of the isle way 
striking Unit #1 in the left front drivers door 
with it's rear. 

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





Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187121
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
MV Lockout
780 W STATE ST


Complainant: AMY PHILLIPS

Officer responded to the above location and 
the owner/complainant of Ohio registration, 
FGVI 720 signed the waiver of damages 
form and officer gained entry.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187122
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Reckless Operator
100 BLOCK OF N LUNDY AVE 


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


Report of a reckless operator in the area of 
the above location. Officers responded and 
checked the area, but due to heavy traffic, 
the vehicle was not located. A registration 
was obtained and contact will be made with 
the owner.




Sgt. D. Green / 051





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187123
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Speak To Officer
1200 E SIXTH ST A


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


While on duty this officer met with a parent 
and his son reference an issue with his 
son's mother. All information was gathered 
for the report and the matter is under 
investigation at this time.




Ptl. Miller 067




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187124
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Civil Matter
911 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: WILLIAM WRIGHT


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a civil matter. Contact was 
made with the complainant, who advised 
that he had signed a contract with Energy 
Wise Home Improvements and for the past 
several months the work has not been 
done. Complainant states that he had 
received a letter in the mail today from the 
company , stating that they have gone out 
of business after 17 years. 

Complainant has contacted the BBB and 
Attorney Generals office.



Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187125
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Theft
1183 N E LLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: ERIC WOLFORD


Officer met with the complainant/victim on 
station and he advised that, person(s) 
unknown sometime during the night  time 
hours either Tuesday 10-09 or Wednesday 
10-10-18 entered a van/vehicle he had 
borrowed while it was parked in the yard off 
of W. 12th St.

Person(s) unknown removed some change 
from the seat area in the front along with his 
black colored trifold wallet.

Person(s) unknown turned in his bank card 
in to Key bank which is now replacing the 
card.

Other items in the wallet were: Drivers 
license, SSN card, gift card(s), and some 
cash.

The complainant/victim received a phone 
call from a male subject on W. 13th St 
advising the wallet was found in his yard at 
the dead end.

There were a few cards for businesses but 
no cash or other property listed.

The complainant/victim was given this 
report number.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187126
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 24


Complainant: MISTY PRATER


Officers were dispatched to the 1200 block 
of Southeast Blvd in reference to an unruly 
juvenile complaint.

Complainant advised that her 15 year old 
daughter had struck her in the arm and 
would not return her cell phone to her. 
Complainant advised that the juvenile was 
cursing at her younger sister, which 
prompted the complainant to punish the 
juvenile. 

Officers made contact with the juvenile who 
advised that her mother did not like her and 
that she wanted to go to her grandmother's. 
The juvenile was advised to return the cell 
phone and was sent to her room by her 
mother. Complainant reported that the 
juvenile is on probation for past similar 
circumstances. 

She was advised by officers to contact the 
juvenile's probation officer.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187127
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1000 BLK OF E THIRD ST



Traffic Crash Report


Unit #1: 2002 Dodge SW Caravan Red in 
color
Owner/Operator: Angela Higgins 1061 E. 
3rd St Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2005 Chevrolet 4s Cavalier White 
in color
Owner: Pamela cosgrove 1692 Shady Lane 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Corey Spencer 310 Vine St Apt 
#2 Salem, Ohio 44460



Unit #1 was west bound on E. 3rd St in the 
1000blk. Unit #2 was also west bound on E. 
3rd St behind Unit #1. Unit #1 
slowed/stopped to make a left hand turn 
into the drive at 1061 E. 3rd St, Unit #2 
struck Unit #1 in the rear with it's front.

Owner/operator of Unit #1 took the 
passenger to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center to be checked.

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

Note: Operator of Unit #2 advised that 
owner/operator of Unit #1 did not have her 
left turn signal on but, owner/operator of 
Unit #1 advised she did have the turn signal 
on.



Ptl. French/041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187097
Date: Sunday, October 14,2018
Open Burning
605 E EIGHTH ST


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


Officer on patrol near the park observed a 
large amount of smoke coming from the 
rear of 605 E. 8th St. Officer made contact 
with the property owner who was at the 
home performing maintenance. He was 
advised of the open burning laws and that 
he was in violation at the time. FD also 
responded per officer's request and did 
extinguish the fire. 

He was advised either to stop at the PD or 
FD for a copy of the ordinance. The fire was 
too close to a structure, unattended, and no 
running water available.


PTL Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187099
Date: Sunday, October 14,2018
Domestic In Progress
1575 SHADY LN



Officers responded to the 1500 block of 
Shady Ln for a domestic in progress. Both 
parties were separated prior to officers 
arrival and advised that it was a verbal 
argument only. Both subjects agreed to stay 
away from one another for the evening.


Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187100
Date: Sunday, October 14,2018
Menacing / Threats
965 S LUNDY AVE BK 


Complainant: ANGELA DEMING


Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
South Lundy for a reported assault / 
menacing. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. 

The complainant stated that her landlord 
had been involved in a verbal dispute and 
that he had threatened to go through her 
boyfriend to get to her. 

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



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187103
Date: Sunday, October 14,2018
Accidental Damage
1575 SHADY LN 



Officers responded to the 1500 block of 
Shady Lane for a accidental damage. The 
female subject advised that she was 
backing out of her garage when the male 
subject put the garage door down on her 
vehicle and caused damage.

Pictures were taken of the damage to the 
vehicle. The subjects were having a verbal 
dispute and the male subject agreed to 
leave for the evening to avoid further 
problems.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187104
Date: Sunday, October 14,2018
Suspicious Activity
1995 E STATE ST C
PARKING LOT


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Police responded to the Salem ER parking 
lot reference loud music. Hospital security 
had advised a male subject multiple times 
to turn his music down. When Police arrived 
the vehicle was unoccupied.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187105
Date: Sunday, October 14,2018
Suspicious Person
226 V INE AVE 3


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to 226 Vine Ave. Apt.#3 
after an anonymous complainant called to 
report a male subject inside the apartment 
that was not to be there. 

Upon arrival, officers did locate the male 
subject inside the apparent vacant 
apartment, however the maintenance man 
of the building was with the male subject 
who let him in to retrieve a mattress. 
Officers could not locate in any past reports 
where the male subject was trespassed 
from the property.

Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187106
Date: Sunday, October 14,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1384 S LINCOLN AVE 3 


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


While on patrol in the 1300 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. officer observed a male 
subject walking southbound. Officer ran a 
warrant check on the male subject with 
dispatch, who advised the male did have an 
active warrant. By the time officer could get 
turned around the male could not be 
located. 

Officers did attempt contact with the subject 
at an address in the 1300 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. but had negative contact. 
Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187107
Date: Sunday, October 14,2018
Civil Matter
1440 ORCHARD AVE


Complainant: MANDY SMITH


Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block 
of Orchard Ave to talk to the complainant 
about a civil matter. Officers did explain the 
eviction process to the complainant, 
answered further questions and cleared 
without further incident. 




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187108
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION



Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
W State Street for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle which was reported being in the 
same location for an extended period of 
time. 

Upon arrival, officers did make contact with 
the vehicle to find male sitting in the drivers 
seat. Officers did smell the odor of alcoholic 
beverage coming from his breath, 
performed field sobriety but did not notice 
any impairment. 

After the male left the area, officers cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187111
Date: Monday, October 15,2018
Ambulance Needed
1366 S LINCOLN AVE 4


Officers were dispatched to the 1300 block 
of S Lincoln Ave to assist KLG on a 
medical. The female was later transported 
to the Salem Regioml Medical center. 

Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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PUBLISHED 10:33AM OCTOBER 16, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com  




Monday, October 15, 2018
07:56 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187061
Date: Friday, October 12, 2018
Open Burning
421 AETNA ST



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Aetna for a complaint of open burning. The 
fire department responded and advised the 
male subject of the city ordinances when 
dealing with fires in the city. The male was 
given a warning.

Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187079
Date: Saturday, October 13,2018
Recovered Bicycle
S LUNDY AVE / DEMING ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Fire department responded to the area of 
Deming St and S Lundy for a recovered 
bicycle. The bicycle was brought to the 
Salem Police Department by the FD and 
entered into the bicycle log.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187081
Date: Saturday, October 13,2018
Accident With Injury 
HIGHLAND AVE / CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Unit #1 Driver: JOSHUA DAVIS , 
Washingtonville, Oh

Unit #2 Driver: GAYLENE ENGLERT , 
Salem, Oh

Officers responded to the intersection of 
Cleveland St. and Highland Ave. for a motor 
vehicle crash between two vehicles. Upon 
arrival officers spoke to all occupants of the 
vehicles. First responders and EMT then 
responded to the scene due to the driver of 
one of the vehicles complaining of neck 
stiffness. She was treated on scene. 

Unit #1 was traveling westbound on 
Cleveland St. and was stopped at the stop 
sign at Highland Ave. Unit #2 was traveling 
southbound on Highland Ave. Unit #1 failed 
to yield and Unit #Its front bumper struck 
the driver side of Unit #2.

Kaiser's Towing arrived on scene and towed 
Unit #1 because the air bag had gone off. 
Unit #2 was able to be driver from the 
scene of the crash. The driver of Unit #1 
was issued a citation for failure to yield. 

Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King



CITED: JOSHUA P. DAVIS
DOB: 2000
ADDRESS: 135 W. MAIN ST. 
WASHINGTONVILLE, OH 44490
OFFENSE: FAILURE TO YIELD 4511.43a




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187082
Date: Saturday, October 13,2018
Loud Explosion
FRANKLIN AVE / WHINNERY RD 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer(s) responded to the area of Franklin 
and the city limits for a report of loud 
explosions. On arrival officers spoke with 
person from the area and learned the noise 
had been from a ceremony at the cemetery. 

Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187084
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Fire
GARAGE/SHED



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers and the fire department responded 
to the 400 block of Aetna St for a fire inside 
a structure. The fire was inside a stone 
stove and was contained but the metal 
chimney fell off. The fire was put out and 
the subject was advised to fix the chimney 
before using the stove again. 

The male subject was advised that if 
officers or FD responded again for an 
unsafe fire he would be charged for open 
burning.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187085
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
OAK 1400 BLOCK 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to Centennial Park for a 
suspicious vehicle report. Complainant 
advised there was an unoccupied vehicle in 
the parking lot playing loud music. Upon 
arrival, officer located the vehicle in 
question and made contact with an 
occupant, who advised he was just 
watching youtube. 

Officer did not observe anything suspicious.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187087
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Traffic Offense
S LUNDY AVE / FRANKLIN ST


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


Officers conducted a traffic stop on Franklin 
Ave. near S. Lundy Ave. The female driver 
gave consent for officers to search her 
vehicle. Nothing turned up in the search 
and the woman was given a verbal warning 
for an equipment violation. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187088
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
2440 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the area of Pizza Joes 
for a disabled vehicle. Upon arrival, officer 
along with a bystander were able to move 
the vehicle into a near by parking lot until 
help could arrived.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187089
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Domestic In Progress
196 W EIGHTH ST


Officers responded to 196 W.8th St. for a 
report of a domestic in progress. Upon 
arrival, officers spoke with several subjects. 
One male subject advised that he and his 
ex-girlfriend got into an argument when she 
attacked him by punching him. The male 
did not have any visible injury and did not 
wish to pursue any charges. 

The female half had left prior to officers 
arrival. Officers did assist the male in 
locating the ignition key to his vehicle after 
his ex-girlfriend had thrown it in the 
roadway. Officers cleared.



Sgt. 6. Smith #S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187090
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Domestic In Progress
196 W EIGHTH ST 


Officers responded to 196 W. 8th St. for a 
report of a domestic in progress. Upon 
arrival, officers heard yelling from inside the 
residence and upon entering the back door 
of the residence officer observed a female 
subject striking a male subject multiple 
times. 

The female was taken to the ground where 
she resisted. The female was placed under 
arrest for domestic violence and resisting 
arrest. She was transported to the police 
dept. for processing. On station the female 
requested an ambulance for a possible left 
wrist injury. EMT Ambulance and Salem 
Fire Dept. First Responders responded with 
the female ultimately being transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail. 

The female upon released from the hospital 
was transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.



Arrestee:
Klarysa R. Green
DOB: 1997
1184 W. Perry St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Domestic ViolenceIResisting 
Arrest



Sgt. 9. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187092
Date: Sunday, October 14,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
589 E THIRD ST 1/2



Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E Third Street for a report of a domestic 
dispute. Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
neighbors who advised that they heard a 
female yelling in the upstairs apartment. 
Officers did make contact with both 
residents who advised they were having a 
verbal argument but no threats or physical 
action took place. 

After talking with both parties further, 
officers cleared without further incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187094
Date. Sunday, October 14,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
916 S UNION AVE 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only 


Unit #1, ALEXANDRIA BEESON , was 
backing westbound from a private drive 
located at 916 S. Union Ave and struck unit 
#2, JENNIE JACKSON , which was 
traveling southbound on S. Union Ave. The 
operator of unit #1 was cited for improper 
backing.


CITED: ALEXANDRIA BEESON (20), 916 S 
Union Ave., Salem, Oh
Improper Backing, Offense Charged 331.13






Sgt. K. Toy S5/089





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187050
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
539 DEMING ST 



Officers spoke to a complainant on station 
who stated that his car had been broken 
into in the 500 block of Deming St. at some 
point during the night. The complainant was 
able to give officers a list of items taken 
from the vehicle.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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PUBLISHED 8:50AM OCTOBER 15, 2018
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Sunday, October 14, 2018
07:43 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187073
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
500 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY 


Complainant: JOE MYERS


Officers responded to the 500 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. for a criminal damaging 
report. Officers spoke to the complainant 
who stated that at some point during the 
night hours someone had shot one of the 
company windows with what looked like a 
pellet gun. Officers documented the 
damage done. 

The complainant stated that they would 
check their camera system and notify 
officers if they found anything further.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187074
Date: Saturday, October 13,2018
Person Down
100 BLOCK OF E FIFTH ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Officers responded to the 100 block of E. 
Fifth St. for a subject on the ground. 
Officers arrived on scene and discovered 
the the subject to be deceased. The 
Columbiana Coroner Office was contacted 
and responded to the scene.




Ptl Connolly 918-099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20187075
Date: Saturday, October 13,2018
Smoke Investigation
153 BUCKEYE AVE


Officer(s) responded with the FD to the area 
of Buckeye and 12th St for a reported loud 
explosion and a smoke
investigation. On arrival the area was 
checked and nothing was located. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187076
Date. Saturday, October 13, 2018
Suspicious Activity
1527 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: ASHLEY MARROULIS


Officers took a complainant on station 
regarding suspicious activity in the 1500 
block of Southeast Blvd. The
complainant stated that she was looking at 
their security cameras and they saw what 
appeared to be a light from a flash light on it 
near their house. The complainant stated 
that they would just like an extra patrol in 
the area for the
time being.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187077
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Vehicle B8E / Trespass
663 OLIVE ST 


Complainant: RICHARD WELTON


Officers took a report on station from a male 
complainant. The complainant advised that 
sometime in the last two days someone had 
broken into his truck that was parked in the 
600 block of Olive St. and stole his wallet 
and a pair of binoculars. The male advised 
that there was nothing of real cash value 
inside the wallet but there were family 
photos as well as the male's drivers license. 

The male was advised that he would be 
contacted if any of his belongings turned up 
to the police station. He was advised that 
he should go obtain a new license from the 
BMV at his earliest convenience. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187055
Date: Friday, October 12, 2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
305 W WILSON ST


Complainant: STEPHEN QUINN


Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
West Wilson St for a report of a abandoned 
vehicle in a yard. On arrival officers located 
the vehicle in question. Officers ran the 
registration on the vehicle and were unable 
to locate the owner. 

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



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187054
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
132 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: FARON WILLIAMS, N LIMA, 
OH 44452 


Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
West Pershing St for a report of criminal 
damaging to a residence. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
person(s) unknown to him had used a rock 
to break one of the windows out of the 
residence. 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 #: 20187053
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Open Burning
431 AETNA ST


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


Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 400 
block of Aetna for a report of open burning. 
On arrival officers spoke with the 
homeowner who was attending the fire in 
question. 

The FD advised the man of the City ORD 
for open burning. 

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187052
Date: Friday, October 12, 2018
Child Custody Dispute
231 S BROADWAY AVE B 


Complainant: COLLIN WILSON


Complainant on station in reference to a 
child custody dispute. Complainant stated 
his ex is refusing visitation with their child 
on a date they had previously agreed upon. 
The complainant was advised to contact his 
attorney due to the matter being civil in 
nature.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187063
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
218 FAIR AVE 



Officers responded to the 200 block of Fair 
Ave for a subject with warrant. The male 
subject was located inside the residence 
and taken into custody. He was transported 
to Salem Police Department to be 
processed and booked and transported to 
Columbiana County Jail by SSCO.



Arrestee:
Michael Hover
DOB: 1990
673 E. Third St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant - CCSO




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187064
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Theft
181 FAIR AVE



Complainant: CANDY ARMSTRONG


Officers responded to the 100 block of Fair 
Ave. for a report of a theft that had occurred 
earlier in the day. Upon arrival officers 
spoke to the female complainant who 
advised that a rocking chair had been taken 
off of her front porch. 

Officers advised the female to set her other 
valuables inside the residence. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187065
Date: Friday, October 12, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
816 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: LISA CRABTREE


Officer responded to the 800 blk of S. 
Lincoln for a dispute report. Upon arrival, 
complainant advised that she got into a 
verbal argument with her husband, who had 
since left, over relationship issues. 
Complainant advised that it was verbal only 
and no threats were made. 

Complainant was advised of her options.



Ptl. D.Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187066
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Drug Overdose
226 VINE AVE 1


Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave for a drug overdose. The male subject 
was found unresponsive and given narcan. 
He was transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center by EMT. 

The male subject was administered 
immunity paperwork at the ER.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187067
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Debris In Roadway
E STATE ST / PARK DR 


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


Police observed construction cones in the 
road way on E. State St near Park Dr. 
Police removed the items from the road way 
then cleared.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187068
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Suspicious Person
1350 E STATE ST 


Complainant: DIANE HOSTETTLER


Officers responded to the 1300 block of E 
State St for a suspicious person report. The 
complainant advised a male subject was on 
her back porch talking to himself. Officers 
located the male subject and criminally 
trespassed him from the residence. 

Officers spoke with the complainant while 
the male subject left the area.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187069
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
257 W WILSON ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to 257 W. Wilson St. for 
a report of loud music & person(s). Upon 
arrival, officers made contact with several 
subjects on the front porch of the residence. 
The subjects were not being loud, but 
officers did hear some music being played 
from inside the residence that was slightly 
elevated. 

They were advised of the complaint and 
requested to turn the music down. They 
complied with the request and officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187070
Date: Saturday, October 13,2018
Assist Other Agency
231 S BROADWAY AVE 



Complainant: 15, POST

OSP brought a male subject to the Police 
Dept to conduct a test for an intoxicated 
male. Officers stood by until OSP was 
finished with the test.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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PUBLISHED 8:40AM OCTOBER 14, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com  




Saturday, October 13, 2018
07:49 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187059
Date: Friday, October 12, 2018
Stolen Vehicle
412 W WILSON ST


Complainant: DANIEL KAISER


Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
West Wilson St for a report of a stolen 
vehicle. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to him had stolen the 
vehicle in question out of his impound yard 
The complainant stated further that the 
vehicle had been damaged. 

Officers observed fresh damage to the front 
and sides of the vehicle.

Officer(s) responded to the impound yard in 
the 400 block of West Wilson St. On arrival 
to the yard officers observed were a 
unknown person had used the vehicle in 
question to push two separate vehicles out 
of the way and then struck a building while 
removirg the vehicle in question from the 
lot. 

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 #: 20187057
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
B& E / Burglary Reported
155 W FOURTH ST


Complainant: CONNIE GEHO


Officers responded to the 100 block of W. 
Fourth St. for a criminal trespass report. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that around 2AM someone had been 
on her property. She stated that she would 
just like to make a report at this time and 
asked for an extra patrol in the area during 
the night hours.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187058
Date: Friday, October 12, 2018
Parking Complaint l Violation
2500 BLOCK OF LEXINGTON A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer(s) responded to the 2500 block of 
Lexington for a report of a illegally parked 
vehicle. On arrival officers checked the area 
and could not locate any vehicles parked 
illegally Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187060
Date: Friday, October 12, 2018
Recovered Property
300 W WILSON ST 


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


Complainant located a set of car keys at the 
rear of his property. The keys were brought 
to the station and placed into the Dept lost 
and found Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187037
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Theft
218 FAIR AVE


Complainant: ELEANOR CLINGERMAN


Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of 
Fair Ave in reference to a theft report. Upon 
arrival, officer spoke with the victim who 
advised that her grandson had stolen a 
check out of her check book and cashed it 
for $600.00.

Complainant advised that she contacted her 
bank to check her account, when the bank 
advised that her account was overdrawn. 

Officer followed up with the bank, who 
provided proof that the suspect cashed the 
check. 


The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187038
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
THEFT
2875 E STATE ST A



Complainant: NANCY MCKENZIE


Officers responded to WalMart on East 
State Street for a report of shop lifting. 
Officers responded and spoke with the 
complainant, loss prevention, who advised 
that she observed two female subjects 
concealing various merchandise in their 
purse. The subjects then passed all points 
of sale without rendering payment for 
$158.31 worth of merchandise. 

Officer spoke with the two female subjects 
who admitted to stealing the items. The 
subjects were subsequently placed in 
custody for theft and transported back to 
the police department for booking. once 
booked, the subjects were transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Delores C. Lilly 9315 State Route 
45 Lisbon, OH 44432 ( D.O.B. 1965) Theft 
M1
Brenda K. Washington 679 Riley Ave. East 
Liverpool, OH 43920 ( D.O.B. 1965) Theft 
M1



Ptl. C. Crider #910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187039
Date: Thursday, October 11,201 8
Child / Juvenile Problem
1200 E SIXTH ST A


Officer was dispatched to the Salem High 
School in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Caller advised that a male juvenile was still 
at the football practice field after practice 
and had not yet been picked up by his 
mother. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
juvenile's father who advised that he 
stopped by to see his son's practice, but 
would have issues with the child's mother if 
he were to leave with him. Officer spoke 
with the child's mother via public service, 
who advised that her son was supposed to 
walk to the residence of her ex boyfriend 
and he would be picked up by her current 
boyfriend. 

The child's mother's boyfriend arrived and 
the child left with him for transport to 
Washingtonville, where they now reside. 
Officer cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187040
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
150 W SEVENTH ST



Officer responded to the 100 block of W 
Seventh St for a report of an unruly juvenile. 
Officer spoke with the juvenile and his 
guardians who advised that the juvenile has 
been missing school, arriving late and not 
getting up in the morning. An argument had 
occurred tonight resulting in police being 
called. 

Officer spoke with the juvenile about 
following parental rules, as well as making a 
stronger effort to arrive to school on time. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187041
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Assist Other Agency
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: PD, COLUMBIANA 28 S 
VINE ST (330)482-9292


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd, at the request of 
Columbiana PD, to assist them with an 
incident. Columbiana PD requested that 
officers take the male subject into custody 
for Domestic Violence and they would have 
charges filed. The subject allegedly 
assaulted his brother at their home in the 
City of Columbiana.

Officers made contact with the subject and 
he was subsequently taken into custody for 
Columbiana PD. He was transported to the 
police department where he was transferred 
to the custody of Columbiana PD for 
transport to the jail. Officer cleared.



Arrested: Rikki Joe Wood, DOB 1995
140 Southwest St.
Columbiana, OH 44408
Charged by Columbiana PD



Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187042
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Criminal Mischief
OHIO AVE / E STATE ST

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


While on patrol officer observed the traffic 
cones had been moved and a sign knocked 
over in the 100 block of Ohio Ave. Officer 
corrected the traffic cones and put the sign 
back in place. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187043
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Unauthorized Use Of MV
1142 MAPLE ST 

Complainant: MILES JENKINS


Officer responded to the 1100 block of 
Maple St where the resident reported that 
his room m ate had borrowed the car 
yesterday but was supposed to have had it 
back no later than this morning. 
Complainant stated that he had spoken with 
the room mate by phone on this date at 
approximately 4:00 PM and requested his 
car be brought back to the residence. The 
room mate reportedly advised that the keys 
were locked inside the car at that time.

Complainant did not wish to file charges, 
but wanted assistance in trying to locate 
and get the car back. 

Officer gathered information for follow up 
and spoke with family members of the room 
mate. The complainant called back later in 
the shift to advise that his car had been 
returned. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187044
Date. Thursday, October 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
N HOWARD AVE / W SEVENTH STREET


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
Seventh St in reference to a suspicious 
vehicle. Complainant advised of a black 
sedan that was parked in the area with 
three subjects inside. Complainanat dvised 
that the subjects exited the vehicle, entered 
a home, and then came back out to the 
vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with a 
male and female subject who advised that 
they were waiting on another male to come 
back out of his residence. During the 
investigation, consent to search the vehicle 
was obtained and a consent search was 
subsequently conducted. Nothing illegal 
was located inside the vehicle. 

The subjects, who were both juveniles, then 
left the area. 



Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187045
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
1017 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: NICOLE LEE


Officers responded to the 1000 Block of 
Cleveland St. to a report of a burglary in 
progress. 

Upon arrival Officers made contact with the 
complainant who told officers that she 
heard a loud noise from her neighbors 
garage. Officers were able to view the 
inside of the neighbors garage and no 
persons were located inside. 

There were no signs of forced entry. 
Contact could not be made with a resident 
of the home.





Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187046
Date. Thursday, October 11,2018
Suspicious Person 
346 W WILSON ST


Complainant: KAMERON HAWKINS


Complainant reported three individuals had 
ran from the front porch of the residence, 
running westbound then South near the rail 
road tracks. 

Officer checked the immediate area and did 
not observe anyone. 

The complainant stated it did not appear 
anything was missing. One of the 
individuals reportedly tossed a ball bat prior 
to running. The bat belonged to a child of 
the residence where the individuals had 
been trespassing on the porch.

Extra patrol was conducted in the area 
throughout the night. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187047
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Assist Perry Police
1700 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN SALEM


Complainant: TWP, PERRY 


On 10/12/2018 officers were dispatched to 
assist Perry Township PD on a traffic stop in 
the 1700 block of S Lincoln Ave. 

Upon arrival officers assisted by standing 
by with the occupants of the vehicle while 
the Perry Township Officer searched the 
vehicle. Once the search was concluded 
Salem officers then stood by with the Perry 
Township officer until he concluded his stop. 

When the stop was finished officers then 
cleared without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187048
Date: Friday, October 12,2018
Suspicious Person
COURT DR K 
PARK PLAYGROUND



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


Officer on patrol located two male subjects 
walking in Centennial Park after closing 
hours. They were advised of the park hours 
and left. Officer cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187049
Date: Friday, October 12, 2018
Harassment
1869 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: JOHN SHELLEY


On 10/12/2018 officers responded to the 
PD to take a harassment report. Upon 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant 
who advised he was receiving phones calls 
from his ex threatening to get him in trouble. 

Officers gathered the complaint's 
information as well his ex's information and 
advised him of his options. Once the 
complainant understood he then cleared 
from the PD and officers did as well without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)





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PUBLISHED 8:45AM OCTOBER 13, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com  




Friday, October 12, 2018
09:18 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20187025
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Dispute(NO Threats/Violence)
180 OHIO AVE 4




Officer responded to the 100 block of Ohio 
Ave for a report of a dispute. Officer arrived 
and spoke with one of the subjects involved 
who stated that the argument was verbal 
only and that the other person had already 
left.



Ptl D Beeson




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187026
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
MV Lockout
1400 SALEM PARKWAY WEST 


Complainant: LUCAS HATTON,  
WESTCHESTER DR APT AUSTINTOWN, 
OH 44515


Officer responded to the above location and 
the owner / complainant signed the waiver 
of damages form and officer gained entry.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187027
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: KATIE


Report of a drive off from the above 
location. The complainant advised that a 
female in a white Chevy pumped $23.54 
worth of fuel and then left without paying.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187028
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Suspicious Activity
RAILROAD CROSSING / W PERRY ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Officer responded to the railroad tracks 
under the overpass for a report of a male 
walking on the railroad tracks.

Officer did locate a male in the area and he 
was advised of the complaint and advised 
to not walk on the tracks.



Ptl D Beeson





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187030
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Speak To Officer
2200 MERLE RD A 


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



Report of a speak with officer at the above 
location. Upon arrival, this officer was 
advised about a student and a issue with 
his home life. 

This officer gathered the information and 
the school administration was advised to 
contact Children Services and this officer 
was going to the residence for a follow up. 
Matter is under investigation



Ptl. R. Miller 067




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187031
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1439 Buckeye Circle

Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officer responded to the 1400 block of 
Buckeye Circle for a report of a parking 
complaint. The complainant advised that a 
vehicle had been parked on the road 
without moving for an extended period of 
time. Officer did make contact with 
someone at a nearby residence who 
advised that the vehicles are operational 
and are driven often.



Ptl D Beeson




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187032
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
157 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: Jill Harmon


Officer responded to the above location for 
a parking complaint. Upon arrival, it was 
found that a van with a utility trailer was 
parked in the alley blocking anyone from 
passing. Contact was made with the owner 
and the vehicle was moved.





Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187033
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Fraud
913 HOME CR 



The complainant responded to this 
department to report fraud. She advised 
that she received an email from Apple tune 
in radio stating that her subscription has 
been confirmed. The complainant advised 
that she did not have a subscription nor 
never applied for one. She advised that she 
clicked on the link that said to cancel and 
began filling in her personal information. 
The complainant realized that it was a 
possible scam and didn't send the email. 

She is concerned that since she clicked on 
the link and filled some information in, they 
may have been able to get her personal 
information. She had already contacted life 
lock and other credit fraud departments and 
was going to her bank next. She wanted the 
report documented, should her personal 
information or account be compromised.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187034
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
1400 SALEM PARKWAY WEST 


Officers responded to the above location for 
traffic control due to a semi truck stuck 
partially in the roadway and partially in the 
grass. 

Davidson's Towing and Sinsley's Towing 
were able to get the the semi back on the 
roadway.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092





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Salem Police STORY #: 20187035
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area for a Silver colored newer 
4 door Ford pick up truck that had pumped 
$ 10.13 worth of gasoline from pump #2 
and left with out paying for it.

The truck was last seen north bound on 
Rose from the side entrance/exit drive.

Officer checked the area and could not 
locate any vehicle matching that 
description.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187036
Date: Thursday, October 11,2018
Possession Of Stolen Propertry
2955 E STATE ST E 


Complainant: ALVAREZ, LEO 463 VINE 
AVE SALEM, OH 44460


Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that he works at Gadget Lab in 
Salem and had bought a cell phone from a 
male subject on 10-03-18.

He has now found that the phone is a 
reported stolen phone with Verizon.

See report #20186944 with Ptl. Cochran 10-
07-18 stolen phone report.

The complainant advised that he had 
purchased the phone then found that it was 
stolen so he contacted Verizon who is 
contacting the owner of the phone.

The complainant advised that he had 
researched the male subject and went to 
Lisbon P.D. who advised he needed to file 
the report at this department.

Officer will turn all information gathered 
over to Officer Cochran for his report along 
with sending a packet to the prosecutors 
office for review on filing charges.

The complainant wishes for charges to be 
filed.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187006
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
999 FRANKLIN AVE 


Complainant: MICHELLE VANHORN


Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave for a report of trespassing to a 
vehicle. Oficer arrived and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that someone 
entered her vehicle sometime during the 
previous evening and stole items. A report 
number was issued.



Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20187007
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PARK 300 BLOCK C
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: BETH NICHOLSON

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious vehicle. Officers 
checked the area but the complainant 
stated the vehicle left prior to Officers 
arrival.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187008
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
175 CLEVELAND ST


Officer along with the city zoning officer 
responded to the above location regarding 
a possible city ordinance violation. 

Contact was made with the home owner 
and she was advised of the violation 
regarding having an above ground electric 
fence.



Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187009
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Menacing / Threats
1335 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: LINDA CLAY


Officer responded to the 1300 block of 
Cleveland St for a report of menacing. 
Officer arrived and spoke with the 
complainants and found that there was a 
dispute about money. 

Officer advised that the incident would be 
documented and that officer would contact 
the other person involved.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187010
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Medical Problem / Assist
1900 BLOCK OF E PERSHING 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a female possibly needing medical 
attention. Upon arrival, officers were familiar 
with the female and she stated that she was 
fine. 

She was afforded a ride to her residence, 
due to her disability.




Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187011
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
1491 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: AMY MCLAUGHLIN

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
on Saturday, 10-07-18 she had AAA tow her 
vehicle from a residence on Plymouth Place 
to the location on N. Ellsworth. Now there is 
a problem with the vehicle leaking oil which 
she found Sunday,10-08-18 that the vehicle 
never had before.

She wanted a report made on the incident.

Vehicle: 2001 Chevrolet 4s Cavalier Silver 
in color



Ptl. French/041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187012
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Littering / Dumping 
950 W STATE ST


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of illegal dumping. The complainant 
advised that someone threw several items 
of trash into his dumpster. 

A plate number was obtained and contact 
was made with the individual in question. 
He was advised of the complaint and to 
cease placing his trash at the location in the 
future.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187013
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
1200 E. Sixth St
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)

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


The school resource officer turned in a 
credit card that was located in the high 
school parking lot. The item was placed into 
lost and found until the owner can be 
located.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187014
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Audible Alarm
2013 FISHER LN


Complainant: CARNATION, SECURITY 

Officer responded to the 2000 block of 
Fisher Ln. for an audible alarm. Officer 
arrived and found that the alarm was set off 
by accident by the home owner.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police STORY #: 20187015
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Barking Dog
570 W SEVENTH ST


Complainant: LANE HARDWICK


Officer responded to the above location and 
was directed to 579 W. 8th St about 
barking/howling dog(s) that the complainant 
wanted officer to hear then come to his 
residence at 570 W. 7th St.

Officer pulled into the drive and could hear 
a dog barking.

No one was home at time officer was there. 
Officer issued a red warning for City 
ordinance violation 505.09 Barking/Howling 
Dog(s).

Officer talked with the complainant then 
who advised that he didn't want to complain 
but, it's like non stop and officer could hear 
a dog from that residence.

Officer explained the procedure to the 
complainant and he advised he understood.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187016
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1854 SHADY LN 


Complainant: DAWN COX


The complainant responded to this 
department to report a suspicious 
vehicle/person that has been sitting in her 
neighborhood. She advised that she and 
the neighbors have seen this vehicle on 
different occasions and the driver just parks 
and sits in the vehicle. The vehicle had 
departed prior to the report. 

The complainant was advised that officers 
would patrol the area more often and for her 
or her neighbors to call if the vehicle is seen 
again.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187017
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
286 W WILSON ST


Complainant: AMBER PLUMLEY


Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of 
W Wilson St in reference to a juvenile 
problem. Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised that a neighbor 
juvenile was standing outside in the alley 
holding a knife.

Complainant advised that the juvenile was 
picking on her children earlier in the day 
and she had told him to go home. She 
advised that the juvenile was peeling an 
apple with the knife and made a threatening 
comment towards her children with that 
knife. 

Officer made contact with the 7 year old 
juvenile and his mother. The juvenile denied 
having made any comments, but advised 
that he found the knife in the alley between 
the houses. The knife was properly 
disposed of by officer. 

Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187018
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Traffic Offense
180 W STATE ST 


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


Officer on patrol stopped a silver 2005 Audi 
sedan in the Auto Zone parking lot in 
regards to a registration violation.

After making contact with the operator, 
consent to search the vehicle was obtained 
and a consent search was conducted. 
Nothing illegal was located inside the 
vehicle. 

The operator was issued a citation for 
Expired Registration and officer cleared.



Cited: Austen Lee Rhodes DOB 1995
4277 Lisbon Rd
Salem, OH 44431
Charge: Expired Registration (Salem ORD 
335.10D)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187019
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Animal Complaint
717 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: SUSAN SHERRILL


Officer was dispatched to the 700 block of S 
Lundy Ave in reference to an animal 
complaint. Upon arrival, officer made 
contact with the complainant who advised 
that the dog next door had gotten loose and 
both her dog and the neighbor dog got into 
a brief scuffle. She advised that she did not 
observe any injuries on her dog and did not 
see her dog get bit, but wanted an officer to 
look at it. 

Officer checked the dog and did not 
observe any injury. She reported that she 
wanted a report on file for the incident. 

Officer cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187020
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Speak To Officer
231 S BROADWAY AVE B


Complainant: REGINA THAWLEY


Officer took a complaint at the station on 
10-1 0-201 8 about a possible report of 
fraud. Complainant said she met with a 
woman in the Sparkle parking lot on S. 
Lundy Ave. to drop off a deposit for cake 
decoration classes. After the complainant 
gave the woman the deposit she was 
blocked on all forms of communication. 

The matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. S. Jones #921




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187021
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Harassment 
120 N LINCOLN AVE B 


Complainant: ERICA SCHMITT


Officer responded to the 100 block on North 
Lincoln on 10-10-2018 about a report of 
possible harrassment. Upon arrival this 
Officer made contact with the complainant 
who said she got numerous calls from a 
customer who was not happy with her order 
and was using vulgar language. The 
complainant advised they didn't want any 
further contact with this customer anymore.

This Officer then tried to talk to said 
customer at her residence but was unable 
to get in touch with her. Officer attempted to 
contact the female via telephone but a 
message was unable to be left.



Ptl. S. Jones #921




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187022
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Check Well Being
501 CONTINENTAL DR B



Officer responded to the 500 Block of 
Continental Dr. on 10-1 0-201 8 to check on 
the well being of a male juvenile who had 
an issue at his residence in Perry Township. 
Officers responded and located the Juvenile 
at the residence who was then transported 
to meet with a Perry Township Officer who 
was investigating the complaint.


Ptl. Jones #921




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187023
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Check Well Being
837 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JAMES RANERI


Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
Third St to check the well being of a female 
juvenile, which was said to be around 2 
years old. Complainant advised that the 
juvenile ran out of her apartment building 
and behind the building in the parking lot. 

Officer made contact with the juvenile's 
mother at her apartment, who advised that 
she had her daughter back inside. She 
advised that she was taking out the trash 
when the juvenile ran out the opposite door.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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PUBLISHED 10:10AM OCTOBER 12, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com  




Thursday, October 11, 2018
08:24 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY # 20186987
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
609 S UNION AVE



Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only

Unit #1 was backing eastbound from a 
private drive and struck a legally parked 
vehicle facing northbound in the 600 block 
of S. Union Ave. The operator of unit #1 
was advised of the violation and issued a 
citation for improper backing.


Unit #1 Driver: TAMMIE VULETICH,  
BERLIN CENTER OH,  Owner: Salem 
Community Hospital


parked vehicle: Owner: Doris Boughton, 
2006 Chevrolet Impalla White




 
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Salem Police STORY #: 20186986
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
408 OHIO AVE



Officers responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave. for an animal complaint. Officers 
observed the K9 to be on a leash 
underneath a tree along with water and 
food. The K9 did not appear to be in any 
form of distress as well. 

Officer then cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186988
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
MV Lockout
2401 E STATE ST F


Officer(s) responded to the 2400 block of 
East State St for a report of a vehicle with 
the keys locked inside. On arrival officers 
were able to gain entry to the vehicle 
without incident. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186989
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
226 VINE AVE



Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave. for a dispute in progress. Both 
subjects were separated at the officers time 
of arrival. While speaking to the subjects 
they both stated that nothing physical had 
taken place.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186990
Date: Tuesday, October 9,201 8
Disorderly / Irate Person 
515 PROSPECT ST A 



Officer responded to a person to be 
removed from Davidson's yard on Prospect 
St. 

Upon arrival the woman was identified as 
Ms. Grimm. She was removing items from a 
car that had been towed and impounded. 
She had owned the car, an old Honda 
Accord. 

Business owner arrived on scene to clarify 
that the woman was to leave the property 
and follow the proper steps to regain her 
property. The woman was not happy with 
this and tried to argue with the property 
owner. 

Officer advised her to leave and follow the 
proper steps. The woman did leave without 
further incident. 



Banar 901





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186991
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
Reckless Operator 
N ELLSWORTH AVE / W TENTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the area of N. 
Ellsworth Ave and W. 10th St for a 
complaint of a reckless driver. 

Officers searched the area but were unable 
to locate to vehicle that the complaint was 
made against. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186992
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
RR Crossing Gate Malfunction
S ELLSWORTH AVE / RAILROAD 


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


Officer on patrol observed the rail road 
crossing gates on S. Ellsworth to be down 
and flashing without a train approaching or 
leaving the area. Dispatch contacted 
railroad to send a repair technician. 



Banar 901





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186993
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1208 CLEVELAND ST 


Complainant: JASON STURGELL

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cleveland St for a juvenile problem. The 
complainant advised that her daughter was 
being verbal abusive towards her and she 
was angry for being disciplined. Officers 
spoke with the juvenile and advised her of 
the consequences of her actions. The 
mother was advised she could file unruly 
charges if the actions continued.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186994
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
428 FRANKLIN ST 



Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin for a reported dispute. On arrival 
officers spoke with the persons involved. It 
was determined to be a verbal dispute 
between a boyfriend and girlfriend. Both 
persons stated that the dispute had been 
verbal with no physical violence. 

The male half voluntarily left the residence 
and officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186995
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
387 E. SIXTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER



Officers responded to the area of E. 6th St. 
and W. School for a parking complaint. 
Officers located a vehicle and trailer parked 
on the sidewalk. Officers were unsuccessful 
in locating the owner of the vehicle to have 
the vehicle moved and issued a parking 
ticket. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186996
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
Intoxicated Person
175 N ELLSWORTH AVE



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


Police observed an intoxicated male subject 
stumbling in the 100 block of N. Ellsworth 
Ave. Police came back to check on the 
male and observed him attempting to enter 
his vehicle. The male was removed from his 
vehicle and another subject on scene called 
for a taxi. While waiting for the taxi the male 
continued to be belligerent and aggressive. 
The male then became aggressive towards 
Police and was warned he would be tased. 

After continuing towards Police the male 
was tased and taken into custody. 

Salem FD and EMT responded on scene.

The male refused medical treatment and 
was cleared. Due to the males actions he 
was transported directly to Columbiana Co 
Jail.


Arrested: Norman K. Philippi Jr
DOB: 1967
Address: 2083 N. Egypt Rd
Salem. OH 44460
Charges: Disorderly Conduct w/ intox. M4
Resisting Arrest M2



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186997
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
MV On Closed Roadway
N LINCOLN AVE / E STATE ST


Complainant: Robert Floor


Officer responded to the above location and 
found that, person(s) unknown had moved 
the cones from the west bound lanes at 
State(SR14) & Lincoln to get through. The 
complainant reported it was a tractor trailer 
operator?

Officer then found that person(s) unknown 
had moved the cones father east allowing 
traffic to get through. Officer replaced them 
and cleared.




Ptl. Wirkner / 092





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186998
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
930 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: MELISSA THOMPSON


Officer responded to the 900 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a report of trespassing of a 
vehicle. Officer arrived and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that sometime 
during the previous evening someone 
entered her vehicle and stole belongings. 

The complainant was issued a report 
number.





Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186999
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
884 HOMEWOOD AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a items taken from a vehicle sometime 
overnight, the vehicle was unlocked.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187000
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Person To Be Removed
423 S LUNDY AVE A
GROCERY


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a unknown male subject living in 
the back behind their store. Officers were 
able to make contact with the male subject 
and advised him that the owners don't want 
him on the property and he has to leave. 

The male subject said he would collect his 
belongings and leave.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187001
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: PAUL BROWN


Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
station regarding a tip for incident number 
#20186998. further investigation will 
continue.





Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187002
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
1872 E STATE ST


Complainant: OSP, DISPATCHER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a disable vehicle in the roadway, AAA was 
contacted and the vehicle was towed from 
the roadway.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187003
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1250 PENNSYLVANIA AVE


Traffic Crash Report


Object: UPS box along with USPS mail box 
(1250)
Owner: Frito Lay 1250 Pennsylvania Ave 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Manager: Ron Santushi(?)

Unit #1: Unknown
Damage to the right side from front 
headlight area and out side mirror (front 
passenger door) area.



Unit #1 traveling in a westerly direction on 
Pennsylvania Ave in the early morning 
hours (Wednesday, 10-10-18) went off the 
right side of the road striking the object 
listed above then continued in a westerly 
direction with out stopping.

Officer did get parts possibly from Unit #1 at 
the scene.

No injuries reported at time of the crash.



Ptl. French / 041






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Salem Police STORY #: 20187004
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Check Well Being
910 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: YOUNGSTOWN PD, 
YOUNGSTOWN


Officer responded to the 900 block of N 
Ellsworth for a request to check the well 
being of a female. Officer did check the 
residence but found that no one appeared 
to be home. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187005
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Shoplifter(s)
315 E STATE ST 


Complainant: CHRISTY LAWSON

(1 011 a2018 11:49:21 By: 144) FEMALE, 
HALF SHAVED HEAD, FLORAL 
SUNDRESS

(1 011 a2018 11:49:45 By: 144) PINK 
SNEAKERS W BLACK SOX

(1 011 a2018 11:59:04 By: 144) 
WILLCHECKTHE AREA

Body cam #2


Officer responded to the above location and 
was advised by the owner that a female 
came into the front of the business and had 
picked up a black colored ash tray with a 
skull inside it and placed it in her purse. The 
complainant / owner asked her if she liked 
the ash tray and she replied yes and left the 
business with out paying for it east bound 
on E. State St.

The complainant / owner went out to see 
which way she was going and she turned 
down the side street heading south.

Description of female: Pink sneakers, half 
type shaved head/hair, blue cross over 
purse possibly a second one also, 
sundress, sun glasses on head, eating a 
bag of chips.


Does not want the female back inside.




Ptl. French / 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20187006
Date: Wednesday, October 10,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass 
999 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: MICHELLE VANHORN

Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave for a report of trespassing to a 
vehicle. Officer arrived and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that someone 
entered her vehicle sometime during the 
previous evening and stole items. 

A report number was issued.




Ptl D Beeson 




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PUBLISHED 9:20AM OCTOBER 11, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com  




Wednesday, October 10, 2018
06:25 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186963
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Child Custody Dispute
640 E THIRD ST


Officers went to a custody dispute with an 
unmarried mother and father of a nine yr old 
boy. Father was concerned over living 
conditions where the boy was going. I adv 
him without papers from the probate court, 
the mother has full custody of the child in 
Ohio. He tried to say he had text messages 
from the mother and I further explained that 
those do not hold weight in court and the 
mother still has rights to the child.

Mother advised he would not give the boy 
back to her and they have had issues in the 
past. Officers talked the father into returning 
the son without additional charge being filed 
for interference with custody. 

Officers cleared without futher call back. 



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186964
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
WOODLAND AVE / E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Woodland Ave. for a complaint of a small 
juvenile starting a fire in his backyard. 

Upon arrival officers located the juvenile 
who stated he had started the fire to burn 
garbage. A translator arrived on scene due 
to a language barrier. The mother was 
contacted inside the residence and officers 
explained that burning garbage in the city is 
against city ordinance. She was given a 
warning for open burning. 

The small fire was put out by the subjects 
while officers were on scene. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186965
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Child Unattended In MV
2401 E STATE ST F


Reporting officer was called to Giant Eagle 
for children left in a motor vehicle while 
unsupervised by a parent or guardian. The 
outside air tempurature was about 84 
degrees. 

Upon arrival I spoke with witnesses and the 
children. Officer was able to locate the adult 
inside the store and return the children to 
her. I did advise her that children's services 
and the prosecutor's office would receive a 
copy of the report to determine if any 
charge or charges were appropriate. 



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186966
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers responded to Smith Oil for a drive 
off. The subject pumped $8.00 worth of 
gasoline and drove away without rendering 
payment. Officers searched the area for the 
vehicle but were unable to locate it. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186967
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Animal Complaint
156 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 100 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. for a complaint of a dog that 
appeared to be malnourished.

Officers searched the area but were unable 
to locate a dog matching the description 
given. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186968
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Smoke Investigation
1511 E THIRD ST


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


Officer on patrol observed a thick cloud of 
smoke coming from the backyards in the 
1500 blk of E. Third St. 

Upon investigation I found it from the back 
yard of 1511 E Third where there was a 
resident supervising the small fire.

Officer explained leaves were not to be 
burnt as he admitted to throwing a few on at 
first. Possibly where the extra smoke came 
from. 

Fire was small with dry wood and appeared 
to well contained and officer cleared without 
further incident. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186969
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
E PERSHING ST / S ELLSWORTH AVE



Officers were flagged down by a male at the 
intersection of E. Pershing St. and S. 
Ellsworth Ave. The male, CHARLES 
HORNER, advised that his vehicle had 
been struck from behind while traveling 
westbound on E. Pershing Ave. while 
stopped in traffic at the intersection of S. 
Ellsworth Ave. 

The male pulled into a parking lot and the 
other vehicle drove away. 

Officers observed damage to the vehicle 
and attempted to locate the other vehicle 
involved but were unsuccessful. The male 
was given a copy of the report number to 
turn into his insurance. 

The matter is under investigation.

2003 CHEV 4s TEA , Driver- Charles 
Horner , Lisbon, Oh



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186970
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Animal Complaint
738 W PERSHING ST



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 700 block of W 
Pershing St for an animal complaint. A dog 
had chewed the screen to a window and 
was attempting to get out of the residence. 

The home owners were not home, however 
a neighbor placed cardboard over the 
window until the residents returned.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186971
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Accidental Damage
1621 SHADY LN


Complainant: DAVID PIPER


Officer responded to the 1600 block of 
Shady Lane for an accidental damage to a 
yard. The owner stated that a lawn service 
company mows his neighbors lawn and 
caused several large ruts in the yard. The 
owners do not live at the residence and he 
had no one to contact about the damage. 
Pictures were taken of the damage done to 
the yard.

Officer attempted to make contact with a 
phone number but was unable to leave a 
message. The complainant was advised to 
contact the PD when the lawn service 
company returned.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186972
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
MV On Closed Roadway 
785 E STATE ST A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Police were advised of vehicles driving 
through the barricades on E. State St. 
Multiple officers checked several 
intersections being blocked off by 
construction. No violations were observed 
at the time. Police remained in the area



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186973
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Open Burning
421 AETNA ST



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


While on patrol, officer observed a large 
unattended bon-fire in the 400 blk of Aetna. 
FD responded, extinguished the flames and 
advised the subject what he could and 
could not burn. The resident was given a 
warning for open buring.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186974
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Assault
589 E THIRD ST 1/2



Police responded to the 500 block of E. 3rd 
St for an assault. The complainant was 
walking home when a male subject had 
came up and struck her. The victim could 
not identify the male and believes he left in 
a dark colored four door sedan. 

FD responded due to the victim having 
minior facial injuries. Investigation pending.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186975
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Theft
437 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: HEATHER WHITTINGTON


Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Jennings Ave for a theft report. The 
complainant advised her daughter was 
home alone several nights ago and heard 
someone outside their residence. The 
complainant advised she noticed a phone 
missing from a box on the front porch but 
did not think anyone entered the residence. 

The complainant stated  she would continue 
to go through things at the residence and 
advise the officer if anything else was 
missing.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186976
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
civil matter
335 W WILSON ST.


Complainant: RHONDA BARRERA-TOMAS


Officers responded to the 300 block of W. 
Wilson Ave. to speak to a female 
complainant. The complainant advised that 
she was having work done to her vehicle 
and the company has since blocked her 
phone number and now she can not contact 
them at all. 

The woman was advised that it was a civil 
matter and that she would have to contact 
the Civil Court in regards to the matter.



Ptl. M. King



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186977
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
2124 E STATE ST 


Officers responded to the Salem Walgreens 
located at 2124 E. State St. for a report of a 
disorderly / irate female
customer. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
Manager & a Pharmacist of the store. The 
Pharmacist advised of a customer who 
became upset over her not being able to fill 
the customers prescription due to a 
discrepancy with the DEA# on the script. 
The customer then became belligerent with 
store personnel & as the customer was 
leaving the store she intentionally knocked 
off (3) four packs of Premier Protein drinks 
onto the floor damaging them. The 
customer left the store prior to officers 
arrival. 

Information and statements were obtained 
from employees and officers did observe 
the in store security cameras, which clearly 
show the female knocking the items from 
the shelf onto the floor. A suspect name 
was provided to officers. 

After clearing the store, officers did locate 
the female suspect, Amber C. Blackburn at 
624 E. Fifth St. and placed her under arrest 
for criminal damaging. She was transported 
to the Salem Police Dept. for processing 
and given a court date of Thursday October 
11th, 2018 at 08:30 a.m. in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. She was released 
on a summons due to a medical issue and 
transported home.


Arrestee:
Amber C. Blackburn
DOB: 1983
624 E. 5th St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Criminal Damaging


Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186978
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Suspicious Person
1064 W PERRY ST 202


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 1000 block of W 
Perry st for a suspicious person. The 
complainant advised that someone rang her 
doorbell and it had woken her up. She 
asked several neighbors but no one else 
had their doorbell range.

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate anyone.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186979
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Debris In Roadway
S LINCOLN AVE / COLUMBIA


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

This officer was dispatched to S Lincoln 
Ave and Columbia Street for a report of 
debris in the roadway. Upon arrival, this 
officer located the debris, removed it from 
the roadway and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186980
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Theft
2203 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers were dispatched to the 2000 block 
of E State Street for a theft report. Upon 
arrival, officers spoke with the complainant 
who advised a male put an unknown item in 
his rear pocket and walked out of the gas 
station without making a payment. Officers 
then spoke with the store clerk who 
confirmed the male did take one bottle of 
STP fuel injector cleaner ($6.21). 

This officer watched security camera 
footage of the incident, confronted the 
suspect in the parking lot and did locate the 
bottle on the hood of his vehicle. Said male 
was placed into custody, transported to the 
Salem Police Department to be booked and 
processed and later transported the the 
Columbiana County Jail in cruiser #5.


Arrested: Robert A Settle
DOB: 1973
Address: 653 Henry St. Wooster, Ohio 
44691
Charge: Theft, ORC (2913.02)




Ptl. DeRose 919/100





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186981
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Loud Music From MV
1761 E STATE ST 



Complainant: ANONYMOUS



Police were advised of loud music coming 
for two vehicles in Burger King parking lot. 
At the time of the call, Police were already 
in the area. No music was heard from any 
vehicle in that area.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186982
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Check Well Being
175 W STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Complainant: TERESA CASSINGER


Officers responded to Speedway for a 
suspicious subject. Complainant advised 
there was a subject in the restroom for an 
extended period of time. 

Upon arrival, the employee advised the 
subject in question left prior to officers 
arrival Officer did check the restroom but 
did not locate anything suspicious.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186983
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Intoxicated Driver
550 E STATE ST 


Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
State St for an intoxicated driver. Officers 
checked the area but were unable to locate 
the vehicle with the description given.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186985
Date: Tuesday, October 9,2018
Reckless Operator
S BROADWAY AVE / FRANKLIN 


Officers initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
on S. Broadway Ave. and Franklin Ave. 
after an officer with the Leetonia Police 
Dept. followed the vehicle on State Route 
344 heading into Salem advising of a 
possible intoxicated driver.


The driver was identified, advised of the 
complaint and found not to be intoxicated. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl. E. Perry 911/073




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PUBLISHED 7:20AM OCTOBER 10, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com 




Tuesday, October 09, 2018
09:05 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186954
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER DAWES,  
LISBON, OH 44432


Officers spoke to a complainant on station 
regarding his neighbor discarding waste on 
the complainants property. The complainant 
stated that he has had ongoing issues with 
his neighbor and would like the matter to be 
looked into.


Officers advised that they would look into it.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186955
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
326 W SECOND ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
West 2nd St for a report of drug 
paraphernalia. On arrival officers spoke with 
the complainant. The complainant showed 
officers a used syringe that had been left 
outside of the business.

Officers took possession of the item and it 
was brought to the station for proper 
disposal. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186956
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Recovered Property
776 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 700 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a lost property report. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated they had found items in the roadway 
and wished to turn them into the Police 
Department for safe keeping.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186957
Date: Monday, October 8, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
855 W STATE ST 


Officer(s) responded to the 800 block of 
West State St for a report of a disabled 
vehicle in the roadway. On arrival officers 
provided traffic control until the vehicle 
could be removed by a local towing 
company. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186958
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Suspicious Odor
228 VINE AVE 16


Complainant: SAMUEL KOONS


Officers along with the Fire Department 
responded to the 200 block of Vine St. for a 
suspicious odor. Officers spoke to the 
complainant who was able to show where 
the odor was emitting from. The Fire 
Department check for any harmful toxins in 
the air with their equipment. The FD 
advised officers that nothing was out of the 
ordinary. 

Officers and The FD cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186959 
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Ambulance Needed
842 W PERRY ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer was dispatched to a "man down" call 
at 871 Arch St. Officer checked the area 
and shortly after learned it was on Spring 
St. near W. Perry St. 

I responded there and found the man lying 
face down on a cement driveway to a 
residence on W. Perry St. The driveway 
was on Spring St. near the corner of W. 
Perry. Officer called for First responders 
and an ambulance. The man had an 
unknown medical problem and was taken to 
the hospital by KLG.



Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186960
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Suspicious Person
231 S BROADWAY AVE B


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


Utilities Dept called dispatch to report a loud 
female at the rear of city hall. Officer found 
a female at her car talking on a cell phone. 
The woman was crying and upset but 
advised she did not need assistance. No 
further calls.



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186961
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
300 BLOCK OF N UNION AVE


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


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a disabled vehicle. 
Upon arrival, officer stood by for traffic 
control until AAA removed the vehicle.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186962
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Public Assist
980 HIGHLAND AVE


Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE 260 S 
ELLSWORTH AVE 


Columbia Gas requested officer and FD in 
regards to a possible gas leak at the 
residence. Gas had to be shut off at the 
street and personnel had to check inside 
the home to make sure there was not a 
build up of gas. No one was home at time of 
report. 

officers checked for phone numbers and 
with neighbors but were unable to locate a 
cell number for the residents. FD was able 
to make entry and Officer checked the 
basement with Columbia Gas 
representative and found there was no 
problem at this time. 

A follow up call / visit was scheduled to let 
the resident know about the matter per 
Columbia Gas. Officers and FD cleared 
without incident.




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186941
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Audible Alarm 
1453 ALLEN RD


Complainant: INTEGRATED, TYKO


Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to an alarm activation. Officers 
arrived on scene and checked all outer 
perimeter doors , which appeared to be 
secure. A key holder did respond after 
officers had already cleared.




Ptl LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186942
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Criminal Mischief
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND


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


While on patrol officer observed that some 
person(s) had pulled a sign out of the 
ground near the bathrooms. The sign was 
laying nearby on the ground. 

Dispatch was advised and left a note for the 
Parks Department regarding the sign 
needing repaired. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186943
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Loud Persons
193 S LINCOLN AVE



Report of a male yelling at passing vehicles 
in the above area as they were making 
prohibited left turns. Officer responded and 
made contact with the male. He was 
advised of the complaint and expressed his 
dislike for driver's actions. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186944
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: MORGAN BROWN,L 
RITTMAN, OH 44270


Officers responded to Walmart in reference 
to a theft report. Complainant advised that 
she and her boyfriend went to Walmart and 
he asked to borrow her cell phone so that 
he could walk inside the store and sell 
something to someone inside. She stated 
that he wanted to use her cell phone to log 
into an account for a transaction. She 
advised that she gave him her cell phone 
and waited outside in the car. 

Complainant reported that approximately 20 
minutes passed and she went inside to look 
for him, but he was no where to be found.

During the investigation, the complainant 
followed officer back to the police 
department and was able to make contact 
with the subject via phone. It was learned 
that he was in Lisbon, OH, but denied 
having taken the cell phone. 

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186945
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Fire
971 NEWGARDEN AVE



Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a possible structure fire. 
Officers along with Salem FD arrived on 
scene and observed a very large bonfire. 
Contact was made with the resident, who 
was advised to put the fire out and was also 
explained the open burning rules. 
Emergency personnel cleared without 
incident.



Ptl LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186946
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Suspicious Person
1277 FRANKLIN AVE


Officer responded to the 1200 block of 
Franklin Ave for a report of a suspicious 
individual on a motorcycle that had stopped 
near the end of a driveway. Officer made 
contact with the individual and learned that 
his motorcycle was not running correctly 
and would not start. The individual stated 
that he had friends on the way to assist. 

Officer stopped back approximately 10 
minutes later and affirmed that the 
individuals assistance had arrived. They 
further advised that they were ok and did 
not need anything. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186947
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
623 AETNA ST 



Officer responded to the 600 block of Aetna 
St for a report of a blue Saturn that had 
been illegally parked in a no parking zone 
for in excess of 1.5 hours. Officer located 
the vehicle which was parked facing toward 
a clearly posted No Parking Any Time sign 
that was approximately 15 feet in front of it. 

Officer attempted to locate the driver by 
knocking at numerous residences in the 
immediate vicinity, but nobody knew who 
the car belonged to. Dispatch also 
attempted to contact the registered owner 
by telephone but there was no answer. 

Photos of the violation were taken, the 
vehicle was issued a parking ticket and 
Davidson's towing subsequently responded 
and towed the vehicle. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186948
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Ambulance Needed
242 VINE AVE


Complainant: TRISHA SEDDON


Officer responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave with the Salem Fire Department and 
EMT Ambulance in reference to an 
unresponsive 17 year old female. 
Complainant advised that she arrived home 
to find that her cousin was unresponsive on 
the bed and was twitching. After medical 
personnel arrived, the female regained 
consciousness and was transported to the 
SRMC. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186949
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Speak To Officer
231 S BROADWAY AVE B


Complainant: DAVID BOGGS


Complainant on station to speak with officer 
about illegal activity. The information was 
gathered and was passed on to the 
appropriate agency.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186950
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Check Well Being
500 BLOCK OF PROSPECT ST


Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 6 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-7811


Officer had been awaiting contact from an 
individual that had been contacted by 
phone by Salem PD Dispatch sometime 
earlier. After not hearing from the individual, 
dispatch attempted to contact that individual 
by phone again several more times and 
could not reach anyone, therefore officer 
responded to the individuals last known 
location in the area of Prospect St to 
conduct a well being check. 

Officer was able to make contact and 
affirmed everything was OK. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186951
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Domestic In Progress
589 E THIRD ST 1/2



On 10/8/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 500 block of E Third in regards to a 
domestic in progress. Officers arrived on 
scene and spoke with both the male and 
female half involved in the incident. 

Both subjects stated that at no point did the 
altercation become physical in nature nor 
did either one threaten to cause physical 
harm to the other. 

Officers then spoke with both subjects until 
a resolution could be obtained for the night. 
Both subjects were made aware of their 
options and with their understanding 
officers cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186952
Date: Monday, October 8,2018
Fight
WASHINGTON AVE / OAK ST 
 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the above area in 
reference to a disturbance. Caller advised 
that she heard people yelling outside and 
then they left the area. 

Officers made contact with the subject on 
the sidewalk who advised that he and his 
son were arguing outside while he was 
walking his son home. He apologized for 
the inconvenience and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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PUBLISHED 10:00AM OCTOBER 9, 2018
www.westernreservenews.com 




Monday, October 08, 2018
09:48 AM -0500

Salem Police STORIES #: 20186932
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Accidental Damage
145 S BROADWAY AVE



Officers responded to the 100 block of 
South Broadway for accidental damage. 
The bottom right hand corner of the window 
to the business was broken however 
nothing was reported stolen.



Ptl. S. Jones #921
10/07/2018.




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186933
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Speak To Officer
244 S BROADWAY AVE A SALEM
CHURCH


Complainant: DOUGLAS GEORGE,  
LOCKWOOD BLVD, YOUNGSTOWN, OH


Officer spoke with a male at the station 
regarding problems that were possibly 
going to happen in the 200 block of S 
Broadway Ave. The complainant was 
advised to call if the problems did occur. 

Officer did speak with a male in question 
who advised that there would be no issues 
to be concerned about.




Ptl D Beeson 10/07/2018




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186934
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Criminal Mischief
535 S UNION AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a stop sign laying on the ground, 
Officers put it back up.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186935
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Suspicious Odor
228 VINE AVE 15 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers along with the Salem Fire Dept. 
responded to the above apartment complex 
for a suspicious odor. The smell was 
determined to be garbage coming from an 
upstairs apartment. The tenant was advised 
to clean the mess up.




Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186936
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Debris In Roadway
E PERSHlNG ST / S MADISON 


Officer responded to the area of E Pershing 
and S Madison for a report of someone 
blowing leaves into the roadway.

Officer checked the area but saw no such 
action nor an odd amount of leaves in the 
roadway. Officer cleared.




Ptl D Beeson 10/07/2018




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186937
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
KEY-MV Lockout
2875 E STATE ST A


Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a motor vehicle lockout. Waiver 
of damages was signed and entry was 
gained.



Ptl D Beeson 10/07/2018




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186938
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Fraud
1766 SOUTHEAST BLVD 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officer spoke with a complainant on station 
regarding fraudulent activity to her bank 
accounts. The complainant had already 
reported the matter to her bank and was 
advised that the fraud department would be 
investigating. A report number was issued.




Ptl D Beeson 10/07/2018




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186940
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2401 E STATE ST A


Complainant: BRIAN METZ


Officer responded to the 2400 block of E 
State St for a report of a vehicle parked in a 
fire lane. The complainant advised that the 
length of time the vehicle was there with no 
activity seemed suspicious. 

Officer did make contact with the driver who 
advised that she was waiting for someone 
to come out of the store. She was advised 
to park legally until the person exited the 
store.



Ptl D Beeson 10/07/2018




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186913
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
716 MORRIS AVE



Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Report of a 911 hang up call from the above 
residence. Officer responded to make sure 
everything was okay. A resident advised 
that everything was fine and that nobody 
called.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186917
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
speak TO Officer
COURT DR / SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: ANDREW HANNY, E 
CANTON, OH 44702


Officer was dispatched to Centennial Park 
to assist the complainant with obtaining a 
ride out of town. Complainant advised that 
he was homeless and needed a ride back 
to Alliance, OH. 

Several taxi companies were contacted, but 
nobody was able to respond. He was 
provided with his options and officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186918
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
HAWLEY AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit 1- Operator- Ann Berger,SALEM, OH  
Owner: FRANKLIN BERGER ,SALEM, OH

Unit 2- Owner/Operator- Mark Seaman 
,SALEM, OH


Officer was dispatched to the above area in 
reference to a two vehicle traffic accident. 
Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
occupants of both vehicles, who advised 
there were no injuries.

Unit 1 was west bound on E Third St near 
Hawley Ave, while Unit 2 was east bound. It 
was reported that the operator of Unit 1 had 
gone left of center, which resulted in Unit 2 
having to go slightly off of the roadway to 
avoid. 

Unit 1 side swiped Unit 2 and both driver 
side rear view mirrors collided. Both units 
sustained minor damage. 

The operator of Unit 1 was cited with 
Marked Lanes (Salem ORD 331.08).


Cited: Ann L. Berger DOB 1939
31085 Georgetown Rd
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Marked Lanes (Salem ORD 
331.08)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186919
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Loud Persons
1516 S LINCOLN AVE B


Officers responded to the 1500 block of S. 
Lincoln Avenue for a report of juveniles 
being loud and using foul language near a 
business. Officers checked the area, but did 
not locate any persons near the business. 
Officers spoke with two juveniles at Mullins 
Park who denied any involvement.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186920
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Traffic Offense
491 REILLY AVE H


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


On Oct. 06 2018 while on patrol in Salem 
marked Police Car # 6 officer observed a 
white van make a prohibited left turn from 
S. Lincoln Ave. onto E. Pershing St. Officer 
then initiated a traffic stop in the 800 block 
of E. Pershing St. Upon approaching the 
vehicle officer spoke to the driver, Nathan J. 
Knight. Knight was advised the reason for 
the stop. He was asked for license, 
registration and proof of insurance. Knight 
advised that he didn't have a drivers license 
and couldn't find the insurance. He provided 
officer for a state I'D card and the 
registration. 

Knight currently has several open 
suspensions including Non-Compliance and 
Failure To Reinstate. Knight was cited for 
Disobeying A Traffic Control Device ORC 
4511.12A and DUS Non Compliance ORC 
4510.111.

The passenger of the vehicle1 RO, Jaymee 
J. Cayo advised she let Knight drive 
because she was tired. Knight gave officers 
verbal consent to search the vehicle. During 
the search offiers located a 25 OZ open can 
of Bud Ice under the passenger seat where 
Cayo was sitting. Cayo advised that the can 
of alcohol belonged to her. 

Cayo was cited for Wrongful Entrustment 
ORD 335.05 and MM Open Container ORD 
529.078. Officer performed HGN on Cayo's 
eyes due to the open container in the 
vehicle. No clues were observed during the 
test. Cayo then took possession of the 
vehicle and went to her aunts residence 
several blocks from the traffic stop.



Cited: Nathan J. Knight
DOB: 1984
Offense: Disobey Traffic Control Device 
ORD 313.01, DUS ORC 4510.111


Cited/MM: Jaymee J. Cayo
DOB: 1993
Offense: Wrongful Entrustment ORD 
335.05, Open Container (MM) 529.07B



Ptl. J. Brooks/914-009 10/07/18




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186921
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Dog At Large
1761 E STATE ST


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Officer responded to the 1700 block of E 
State St for a report of two dogs at large. 
Officer located the dogs on Brooklyn Ave 
and observed that the dogs were friendly. A 
family out for a walk also assisted by 
keeping the dogs contained and obtaining 
the tag numbers, which were checked by 
dispatch to identify the dogs owner(s). 

Both dogs were owned by the same 
individual who resided nearby. 

Dispatch contacted the individual by phone 
and he responded a short time later to 
retrieve the dogs. The owner advised that 
the dogs had been in their fenced back yard 
and managed to unlatch the gate. The 
owner was afforded a warning for dog at 
large. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186922
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
674 E SIXTH ST



Officer responded to the 600 block of E. 
Sixth St. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. 
Officer was able to locate the vehicle, which 
was unoccupied. Officer was familiar with 
the vehicle and was aware that the owner of 
the vehicle was staying in the area.




Ptl. J. Brooks/914-009




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186923
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Person To Be Removed
1049 E THIRD ST



Complainant: JOHN RODDEN


Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of E. Third Street for a person to be 
removed complaint. Officers responded and 
spoke with the complainant who advised his 
son is acting strange and he suspects he 
has used some type of narcotic. 

The complainant advised his son does not 
live at the residence and he would like him 
to leave. 

Officers made contact with the 
complainants son who was in the bathroom. 
The subject exited the bathroom and was 
advised he needed to leave the residence. 
The subject was unhappy, but gathered his 
belongings and left the residence. 

The complainant was advised to contact the 
police should his son return.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186924
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Criminal Trespassing
1250 PENNSYLVANIA AVE



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


While on patrol officer observed three 
vehicles in the 1200 block of Pennsylvania 
Ave near a closed business. One of the 
vehicles was already departing, the other 
two were stopped and the occupants 
advised officer they had just turned around 
there. 

All were advised not to be on the property 
after hours. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186925
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Person To Be Removed
1049 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: JOHN RODDEN


Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of E Third St in reference to a one to be 
removed report. 

Complainant advised that the subject was 
back at the residence, after officers had 
responded earlier in the shift and he was 
advised to leave. He had previously been 
advised that if he returns, he would be 
arrested for criminal trespass.

Officers responded and made contact with 
the subject who advised that he had only 
returned to retrieve his cell phone. He was 
not arrested, due to his mother not wishing 
to press charges for criminal trespass.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186926
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Suspicious Person
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


On 10/6/2018 officers responded to the 900 
block of E State Street in regards to a male 
subject wearing blue jeans and a red shirt 
dancing in the rain and singing at the top of 
his lungs. 

Upon officers arrival they did not see him in 
the area and spoke briefly with the 
complainant who stated that the subject left 
and believed went North bound. Officers 
then checked the immediate area for any 
one matching that description with negative 
results. 

Officers then cleared without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186927
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
NOI- Loud Music (Residence)
600 AETNA ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


On 10/7/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 600 block of Aetna Street in regards to 
a loud music complaint. Upon arrival 
officers checked the entire block as well as 
the 500 and 700 block with out hearing 
anything. With the area quiet officers then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186928
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
1000 BLOCK OF E Third St.



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


Officer observed two intoxicated persons 
walking east bound in the 1000 block of E 
Third St. Before officer was able to make 
contact, officer observed both the male and 
female stumbling with the male trying to 
hold the female upright'

Officer made contact with the subjects and 
observed a strong odor of alcohol coming 
from their persons. They advised that they 
were walking home from their place of 
employment, Ricky's Irish Pub. 

Both the male and female were issued 
citations for Disorderly Conduct-Public 
lntoxication (Salem ORD 509.03b2). They 
were only a block away from their 
destination, so officers made sure that they 
arrived home safely and cleared.



Cited: Denise K. McQuiston DOB 1963
1106 E Third St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct-Public 
lntoxication (Salem ORD 509.03b2)


Cited: Harry Lee McCartney Ill DOB 1988
18102 Derr Ave
Beloit, OH 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct-Public 
lntoxication (Salem ORD 509.03b2)




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186929
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Debris In Roadway
636 E SECOND ST


Complainant: Dennis Perry, SR 45 24 
LISBON, OH 44432 


Complainant reported that two male 
individuals had broken several glass 
containers on the roadway in the 600 block 
of E Second St. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who had already began 
removing the larger pieces of glass from the 
road. The two male individuals had 
reportedly left the area walking East and 
then South on N Lincoln. A nearby resident 
provided a broom and shovel and assisted 
in cleaning the glass debris off of the street.

Officer subsequently checked the 
surrounding area for the suspect male 
individuals but did not observe anybody.




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186930
Date: Sunday, October 7,2018
Criminal Mischief


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


Officer observed that some person(s) had 
knocked over the road closed signs and 
cones on Ohio Ave just South of E State St. 
Officer replaced the signs and cones to the 
proper location. Some additional cones 
along E State St also appeared to have 
been knocked over. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORIES #: 20186931
Sunday, October 7,2018
Criminal Mischief
855 W STATE ST


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


Officer on patrol observed a traffic cone that 
was placed into the middle of the roadway 
in the above area. Officer moved the cone 
and cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Sunday, October 07, 2018
09:17 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186901
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Accident No Injury Reported



Officer responded to the intersection of 
Southeast Blvd and S Lincoln for a report of 
a motor vehicle accident. Officer arrived 
and found that Unit#1, Lisa Mark, was north 
bound on S Lincoln Ave when it struck 
Unit#2 which had failed to yield the stop 
sign on Southeast Blvd. The driver of 
Unit#2, Terri Stallsmith,  was cited for FTY 
Stop Sign and photographs were taken.



Unit#1, Lisa Mark (36), Salem, Ohio


Unit#2, Terri Stallsmith (56), Salem, Ohio



Ptl D Beeson 10/06/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186902
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Assault
193 ROSE AVE


The complainant responded to this 
department to report that she was assaulted 
approximately 20 minutes prior to report. 
She stated that a male individual known to 
her showed up at her residence. He 
reportedly became violent and struck her. 

The complainant had a cut on her left hand 
with a good amount of dried blood on her 
hands and legs.

The male suspect reportedly fled the area. 

The complainant was advised to seek 
medical treatment for her hand injury. She 
was then instructed to return to this 
department for a statement so assault 
charges could be completed.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186903
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
490 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: MARK OWEN


Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a report of a dispute. The 
complainant stated that his wife had 
threatened to hurt herself and then call the 
police and blame the complainant. 

While giving the complainant his options he 
became unhappy and advised that he did 
not wish to speak with officers further. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 10/06/2018





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186905
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Check Well Being
875 JEFFERSON AVE



Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and did not locate the male resident. All 
appeared to be fine. Officer(s) found no 
mail out side and the residence secure. 
Officer(s) cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186906
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
2366 E STATE ST
PARKING LOT


Officers responded to the above location for 
a disabled vehicle. Officers spoke with the 
driver of the vehicle that stated his vehicle 
just turned off and it wouldn't start again, he 
already called for a tow truck.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186907
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Ambulance Needed
218 FAIR AVE



Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the First Responders at the 
rear of the residence. They were at the 
back porch area with a male subject known 
to this officer. He was throwing up, which he 
denied, he advised he was to meet his 
friend there who went inside to change 
clothes.

F.D. advised the elderly female residing 
there advised she did not know him and she 
wanted him gone.

EMT ambulance arrived and he decided to 
go to Salem Regional Medical Center to be 
looked at once he heard the elderly female 
who opened the back to advise this officer 
she wanted him arrested for trespass if he 
did not go to the hospital.

She did not know him and want him there.

Once hearing that, he advised I'll go to the 
hospital then.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186908
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
E PERSHING ST / OHIO AVE


Complainant: JONES, PTL


While on Patrol This Officer initiated a traffic 
stop for a moving violation on the 300 block 
of Ohio. During the traffic stop the odor of 
marijuana was noticed and a probable 
cause search was conducted. 

Marijuana was recovered and the driver 
was issued a citation for such.




Arrested: Lawrenzo Woodruff
D.0.B: 1997
Address: 780 Millstream run. Macedonia,Oh 
44056
Charge: Possession of marijuana. (MM)




Ptl. S.Jones #921 10/06/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186909
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
100 BLOCK OF PENN AVE


Traffic Crash Report


Unit #1: 2018 Toyota 4s Silver in color
Owner: Christine Smith 1030 Township Line 
Rd Wellsville, Ohio 43968


Unit #2: 2009 Chevrolet TK Tan in color
lnsured with:
Owner: Richard Koon 2497 Slater Rd 
Salem, Ohio 44460



Unit #1 parked in the 100blk of Penn Ave 
on the west side of the street facing south 
behind another vehicle, Unit #2
that had a trailer hitch and ball attached and 
protruding from the rear bumper area 
(north).

There was a picture taken of the vehicle 
(Unit #2) prior to the operator (of Unit #1) 
going inside a local establishment to eat. 
When they came back out Unit #2 was 
gone and their license plate had a dent in it 
and was pulled off the front of Unit #1 and 
left laying on the ground.

Attempts to be made with the owner of Unit 
#2 to find out what happened if they know?



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186910
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Check Well Being
175 w PERSHING ST


Officer responded to the above location to 
check the well being of the female resident. 
Contact was made at the residence with the 
female and a family member. Everything 
was OK and nothing further needed.




Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 201 86911
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
E STATE 2900 BLOCK 
HOME DEPOT PARKING LOT


Unit#1, 2012 JEEP Patriot GRY , Owner 
JAMIE VERNACCINI


On 10/6/2018 This Officer responded to a 
report of a hit/skip Accident in the Home 
Depot parking lot. 

Officer Arrived and found that at some point 
during the day Unit number one was struck 
by an unknown vehicle while parked in the 
lot. The business is obtaining video and the 
incident is under investigation.



Ptl. S. Jones #921




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186912
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 030 a
608 ARCH ST 



Traffic Crash Report


Unit #1: 2007 Ford 4s Focus Gold in color
Owner/Operator: Mildred Redifer 1016 W. 
Perry St Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2008 Chevrolet 4s Impala Silver in 
color
Owner: Steven Russell 425 Woodland Ave 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Kaden Russell 425 Woodland 
Ave Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was east bound on Arch St in the 
600blk when Unit #2 pulled out of a private 
drive on the south side of the road and 
began heading east bound. Unit #1 was 
passing 608 Arch with Unit #2 coming on 
it's right striking it's right side with it's left 
front corner.

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

Operator of Unit #2 was cited for Failure to 
Maintain Reasonable Control 4511.202 and 
Juvenile Traffic Offender 2152.021 and was 
advised that the Columbiana County 
Juvenile Court would issue a letter to the 
residence when to appear in court.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186914
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Theft
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer responded to the above location for 
a possible theft. The complainant advised 
that she believed a male individual took a 
long fluorescent light from the pavilion area. 
The male juvenile was located and it was 
found that he was playing with a long piece 
of the metal bleachers. He stated that he 
found it on the ground and was just 
swinging it around. 

No damage at the park was located and the 
piece was brought to this department until 
contact can be made with the Parks Dept.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186915
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
MV Lockout
821 E STATE ST SALEM


Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
State St for a motor vehicle lockout. Waiver 
of damages was signed and entry was 
gained.



Ptl D Beeson 10/06/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186916
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Assist Perry Police
W STATE ST


Complainant: CCSO


Officer responded to the above area to 
assist Perry Twp. Police on a traffic stop. 
This officer remained on scene while the 
Perry Twp. officer issued a citation to the 
suspended driver. Nothing further needed.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186888
Date: Friday, October 5,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
676 E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: STEVE CHESTNUT


Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Third St for a report of a parking complaint. 
The complainant advised of a possibly 
abandoned vehicle behind his residence. 

The complainant was advised that the 
property owner can tow vehicles from their 
property if they do not belong there.



Ptl D Beeson 10/05/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186890
Date: Friday, October 5,2018
Accident No Injury 
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON STREET 



Complainant: FD, SALEM

Traffic Crash Report


Unit #1 : 1993 BMW 3231 Silver in color
Owner: Michael Shulas 586 Old Coach 
Lane Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Lyda Belle McKee 586 Old Coach 
Lane Salem, Ohio 44460


Object : Fire Hydrant
S. Howard & W. Wilson
Owner: City of Salem


Unit #1 was north bound on Newgarden 
crossing W. Wilson. Newgarden changes 
into S. Howard where the object is located 
on the east side of S. Howard just north of 
W. Wilson.

Unit #1 went off to the right side of the road 
way striking the object with it's right front 
causing damage to the object.

The water department was notified and 
responded to handle the leak. No injuries 
reported at time of crash. No Unit was 
towed.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186887
Date: Friday, October 5,2018
Suspicious Odor
228 VINE AVE 16 


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 


Officer responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave, at the request of the Salem Fire 
Department, in regards to a suspicious 
odor. The FD advised that they were 
requested to the apartment because of a 
smell of chemicals coming from an 
apartment on the bottom floor. The FD 
stated that they were advised by the 
complainant that the subject is possibly 
cooking narcotics in the apartment. 

Due to the nature of the complaint, officer 
gathered the necessary information and 
contacted the DTF. The FD advised that 
they checked the building and did not 
register a harmful agent.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186889
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
228 VINE AVE 12


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


Officers responded to an apartment in the 
200 block of Vine Ave to follow up with the 
subject about a previous complaint. Earlier 
in the shift, officers and the Salem Fire 
Department received a complaint about the 
subject's apartment that there was a 
suspicious odor emanating from it. 

Officers responded back to make contact 
with the subject, due to the odor possibly 
being related to cooking narcotics. 

Officers made contact with the subject, who 
advised that the odor was chemicals that he 
was using to clean the place. The subject 
gave consent for the Salem FD to enter and 
check for anything hazardous. 

During the investigation, officers located a 
male inside who had an active arrest 
warrant out of Columbiana County. The 
male was subsequently taken into custody 
and late transported to the police 
department for processing. He was 
released to the custody of the CCSO for 
transport to the jail. 

The FD did not find anything hazardous in 
the apartment.



Arrested: Dakota S. McCluskey DOB 1992
774 Hill Top Rd
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charge: Warrant for Failure to Appear-
Dangerous Drugs




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186891
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Intoxicated Person
2040 MONROE ST 83


Complainant: STEPHEN KERBY


Officer responded to an apartment in the 
2000 block of Monroe St in reference to an 
intoxicated female who was destroying the 
apartment. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised that he came 
home from work and his girlfriend was 
intoxicated and throwing things. Officer 
spoke with the female, who was calm but 
was barely answering any of questions. The 
female became irate, screaming at the 
complainant, and accusing him of taking her 
cell phone. 

After being told to calm down, the female 
became even more irate with the 
complainant, and officer grabbed her arms 
to detain her with hand cuffs behind her 
back. The female pulled away from officer 
and refused to be detained. At this time, 
she was escorted to the ground and placed 
into custody for Resisting Arrest.

She was then transported to the police 
department for processing. During the 
struggle, the female got a cut on her right 
eye/eyebrow area and was bleeding. The 
Salem Fire Department First Responders 
and EMT Ambulance responded to the 
police department to tend to her. The 
female would not disclose her name nor her 
date of birth to neither police nor medical 
personnel, to wit she was charged with 
Obstructing Official Business. 

She was then transported to the SRMC for 
treatment by EMT Ambulance and later 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Linda Zepeda DOB 1964
2040 Monroe St. Apt. 83
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Resisting Arrest (ORC 2921.33)
Obstructing Official Business (ORC 2321.3l)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186892
Date: Friday, October 5,2018
Check Well Being 
467 N LINCOLN AVE 


Officer responded to the 400 block of N 
Lincoln Ave after a family member of a the 
resident had contacted the Salem Police 
Dept to request a well being check. Officer 
made contact and spoke with the individual 
for several minutes, during which time the 
individual was advised why officer was 
there. 

Everything appeared to be fine and the 
individual stated there was no problem and 
she was not in need of anything. Dispatch 
was advised of this officer findings and 
officer cleared. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186893
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check



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


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Mullins to attempt contact with a wanted 
male individual. Contact was made with a 
resident who advised that the individual 
officers were seeking was a prior tenant of 
the building who had moved out of the area 
several months ago. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186894
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Criminal Damage To MV
635 E STATE ST
NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: JUSTINE 
SCHNARRENBERGER


On 10/5/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 600 block of E State Street in regards to 
a criminal damaging report.

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that some one 
had damaged the tire of her vehicle. 
Officers then gathered her information 
along with all of the details that took place 
prior to her discovering the damage done to 
her tire. Officers then photographed the tire 
and had the complainant fill out a written 
statement in regards to the incident. 

The complainant was then advised to 
contact the police should any further 
information be obtained in regards to the 
matter. Officers then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186895
Date: Friday, October 5,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
788 E STATE ST 


Complainant: STEVEN RONSHAUSEN,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431


Officers were dispatched to a building in the 
700 block of E. State Street for a possible 
burglary. Officers responded and spoke with 
the complainant who advised that he exited 
the building with three other people and he 
heard the elevator go to the top floor. The 
complainant advised that no one else 
should be in the building and that he was 
unaware of how many persons went in. 

Upon checking the building a male subject 
exited the west side door and advised that 
he seen people going in and out of the 
building and wanted to inquire about the 
farmers market. The complainant advised 
that nothing appeared to be missing and the 
subject was in the building for around ten 
minutes.

The doors were unlocked and there was no 
forced entry. The subject was advised to 
leave the property and not return per the 
complainant.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186896
Date: Friday, October 5,2018
Domestic In Progress
1463 E THIRD ST 



Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
Third St for a possible dispute among 
individuals in or near a garage.

Officers only observed one individual in the 
vicinity who was preparing to close his 
garage. He stated nobody else was with 
him and he had not heard any disturbance 
in the area. Officer subsequently walked 
through the area past numerous nearby 
residences with nobody observed outside 
and no disturbance heard. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186897
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Fight
175 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 


While on patrol officer observed a group of 
individuals on the sidewalk in the 100 block 
of N Ellsworth Ave and there appeared to 
be a possible altercation. Salem PD 
Dispatch subsequently advised that a call 
had been received of a possible fight at the 
same location. 

One of the individuals involved had 
sustained an ankle injury, therefore first 
responders and an ambulance were 
summoned. The individual was 
subsequently transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT 
Ambulance. He was requested to contact 
the PD in the near future to provide a 
written statement.

Officers spoke with numerous individuals 
involved, as well as several who were 
witness to the incident. All parties gave 
similar accounts of what had transpired. A 
group of friends had been at the 
establishment consuming alcohol. One of 
the group was highly intoxicated and had 
flipped over a table and broke it on the rear 
patio. 

The group was then asked to leave, and 
they left the patio area, going back inside 
the business where at least two of them 
ended up engaged in an altercation. 
Nobody involved, or witness to the 
altercation could specifically say how the 
individual had sustained the ankle injury. 
The group outside (with the friend with 
injured ankle) stated that the individual 
primarily responsible for punching several 
of them had fled the area before officers 
arrived. Officers were unable to ascertain a 
name for the individual that had allegedly 
fled.

Two other individuals were identified as 
having been involved and possibly throwing 
punches. Those two individuals were still 
present and both stated they had not hit 
anyone, only assisted the others out of the 
establishment to prevent further damage. 

Officers inspected the hands of the 
individuals allegedly involved and observed 
no marks or redness that would indicate 
any of them had struck someone. One of 
the two showed officers a minor abrasion to 
his elbow which he stated occurred when 
one of the individuals with the other group 
shoved him while he was attempting to 
break up the fight. 

Officers gathered names and contact 
numbers of numerous individuals present 
and will attempt to follow up with the 
individuals in the near future at a time when 
they are not under the influence of alcoholic 
beverages. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186898
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Barking Dog
669 E FIFTH ST SALEM


Officer responded to the 600 block of E. 
Fifth St. for a report of a barking dog. 
Officer located the residence where the dog 
was. Officer did make contact with the 
homeowner. The dog was brought inside for 
the evening.



Ptl. J. Brooks 914-009 10/06/18




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Salem Police Department
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
378 E FOURTH ST SALEM


Officer responded to the 300 block of E. 
Fourth St. for a parking complaint. Officer 
was able to locate the vehicle and make 
contact with the owner. The vehicle was 
parked in the driveway and the subject was 
issued a parking ticket.



Ptl Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186900
Date: Saturday, October 6,2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
834 N ELLSWORTH AVE



Officer responded to the 800 block of 
N.Ellsworth Ave. for a report of an unknown 
beeping sound coming from a vacant 
residence. The sound was consistent with 
the sound of a smoke detector with a low 
battery. Officer was not able to gain entry 
into the residence. 

Officer will attempt to contact the 
homeowner and advise them of the 
beeping.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 10/06/18




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Saturday, October 06, 2018
08:17 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186886
Date: Friday, October 5,2018
School Bus Violation
193 W EIGHTH ST 


Complainant: ALICIA CRAIG


officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant, her husband and 
the 8 year old daughter. It was found that 
the husband had gone to the bus stop at 
8th & Jennings (he was sitting east bound 
on W. 8th St). The husband came back with 
out the daughter advising the bus never 
stopped and dropped her off.

The bus then about 20 minutes later 
dropped the daughter off in front of the 
residence. The daughter advised that the 
bus driver was paying attention to another 
child and just didn't leave her off.

The bus driver advised she had just one 
more stop to make and realized she had 
missed the one at W. 8th & Jennings. She 
completed the stop and then dropped the 
little girl off in front of her house.

The bus superintendent had received a 
phone call from the mother already who 
was very up set over the situation.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186885
Date: Friday, October 5,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
555 S UNION AVE 


Complainant: ANDRE FLEISCHER


Officer responded to the 500 block of S 
Union Ave for a report of a hit/skip accident 
that occurred. The complainant advised that 
Unit #1 was parked on the street when it 
was struck by a vehicle that fled the area. 
The damage was photographed and a 
report number was issued.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186879
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Intoxicated Person
366 PENN AVE



Officer(s) responded to the above location 
to check for a possible intoxicated male 
walking from the back to the front of the 
apartment area.

Officer(s) checked area and could not 
locate any male with a grey hoodie/black 
sleeve and blue jeans.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186880
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Drug Paraphernalia
1705 S LINCOLN AVE 
AUTO SHOP



Officers responded to the above location for 
drug paraphernalia found after a vehicle 
was repossessed from the Canton area. 
Officers properly disposed of the items.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186881
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Criminal Trespassing
440 W FIFTH ST


Complainant: VLADIMIR WOLFFE


Officer responded to the 400 block of W 5th 
st. to speak with a complainant in regards to 
an issue involving residency.

The complainant was advised of his 
options.




Ptl S. Jones. 921. 10-5-18.




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186882
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Injured / Sick Animal
SUNSET 700 BLOCK G 


Complainant: PANEZOTT, CHIEF J.T. 231 
S BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330) 337-7811


Park's employees observed a raccoon 
moving very slowly and having a hard time 
standing. The Salem Health Department 
and City Animal Control Officer also 
responded and advised the animal 
appeared to be suffering from Distemper. 
The Animal Control Officer removed the 
raccoon from the park.



Chief J.T. Panezott




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186883
Date: Friday, October 5,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
400 BLOCK OF W WILSON ST 



This Officer arrived at the 400 block of West 
Wilson St. and noticed that the Salem Fire 
Department had already discovered a wire 
in the roadway and that it posed no threat 
because it was just a guide wire. They then 
moved said guide wire out of roadway and 
this Officer cleared the scene.




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186884
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Intoxicated Person
2900 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
an intoxicated male subject. Officers, while 
speaking with the male subject, observed 
the male to slur his words, couldn't keep his 
eyes open and was sweating. Officers 
escorted the male outside and he admitted 
to first responders about possible drug use. 

The male subject was transported by KLG 
to Salem Hospital.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186858
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Recovered Bicycle
445 PROSPECT ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded 400 block of Prospect 
St. for a lost bike. Officers located the 
bicycle and contacted the Fire department 
to retrieve the bicycle and have it brought to 
the PD for safe keeping.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186860
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
480 E PERRY ST


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER CHADWICK


Officers responded to the 400 block of E. 
Perry St. for a criminal damage report. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that around 8 am on this date that a 
male subject had slashed her tires on her 
vehicle. Officers asked if they had any prior 
issues with anyone in the area to which 
they replied no. 

Officers documented the damage done and 
cleared the scene.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186861
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Theft 
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A 


Complainant: JORDAN RUTECKI,  
EAGLETON RD LISBON, OH 44432 


Complainant / victim on station to report a 
theft. He advised he was at the Salem 
Community Center yesterday from about 
7:00 pm till around 8:15 pm. He had left his 
duffel bag upstairs and when he arrived 
home checked for his wallet. He was unable 
to find it in the bag and that is the last place 
he had it. The wallet contained some cash 
and various credit cards. 

He already made contact with his bank and 
credit card companies to report said theft.

Officer did stop at the Center and speak 
with the staff there.



Banar 901





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186862
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1995 E STATE ST
HOSPITAL



Complainant: CUTRIGHT, DISPATCHER  
231 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 
44460


Officers were advised of a patient being 
discharged that also had and active arrest 
warrant. Officers were able to take her into 
custody without incident and turn her over 
to Columbiana County Sheriffs office.



arrest : 18-0899
charge: warrant narcotic equipment 
possession
defendant: Samantha Renee Van Scyoc
7640 Pass Ln
Lisbon, OH 44432
dob: 1997




Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186863
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: MAGGIE JACKSON


Officers spoke to a complainant on station 
in regards to getting in contact with a family 
member that they had not spoken to in a 
few days. Officers advised that they would 
attempt to make contact with the individual.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186864
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Suspicious Person
550 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Dispatch received a third party call 
regarding two "shady characters" sitting on 
the picnic tables at Butech but no other 
description was given. Officer did check the 
area but no one was found near the tables. 




Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186866
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Traffic Offense
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the intersection of S. 
Lincoln Ave. and E. Pershing St. for a 
complaint of multiple traffic offenses. The 
complainant advised that multiple cars were 
attempting to make a left hand turn from S. 
Lincoln onto E. Pershing. 

Upon arrival officers observed the 
intersection from a nearby lot but did not 
observe any traffic offenses occur. 

Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186867
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Suspicious Person
200 E SECOND ST A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers checked the area for a female that 
was acting suspicious and walking around 
without shoes. Officers located her at the 
Broadway Plaza and spoke with her there. 
Female was highly upset over recent 
personal matters and a relative responded 
to the scene and took her home. Some 
other options were also given to the 
woman.



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186868
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
THEFT
372 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: RACHEL VINGLE


Officers responded to the 300 block of N. 
Madison Ave to take a report of a theft that 
had occurred. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to the male 
complainant and his care giver who advised 
that some one had taken approximately 
$70.00 out of his wallet that was locked in a 
filing cabinet. 

Officers took down all the necessary 
information and began investigating the 
theft. It was later discovered that the male's 
live in girlfriend had taken the money out of 
his wallet.

The male did not wish to pursue charges.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186869
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Speak To Officer
1678 SHADY LN


Officers took a report on station from a 
female subject. The female advised that 
she had not been receiving her electric bill 
in the mail and the power to a residence 
that she owns was shut off. When she 
contacted the power company about the bill 
they informed her that the mailing address 
had been changed. 

The female did not have the address 
changed and gave no one permission to 
change the billing address on her account. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186871
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
649 E SEVENTH ST
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Officers, KLG & Fire Dept. first responders 
responded to the 600 block of E. 7th St. for 
a complaint of a juvenile who was injured by 
other students while at recess at school 
earlier in the day. 

Officers observed swelling and bruising on 
the juveniles face and photos were taken. 
The matter is being handled by the SRO.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186872
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Runaway / Missing
771 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM



Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
N Lincoln Ave for a report of a missing 
juvenile. While attempting to locate the 
juvenile, dispatch informed officers that the 
juvenile returned home. 

Officers did return to the residence to talk 
with the juvenile and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186873
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
180 HAWLEY AVE



Complainant: NICOLE LEE


Police responded to the 100 block of 
Hawley Ave for a possible Burglary. The 
complainant advised her son had heard 
someone inside their residence earlier in 
the morning this date. The juvenile then 
made his presence known and the 
subject(s) fled the residence. The juvenile 
was unable to observe the subject(s). 

The complainant advised a neighbor had 
seen a male and female take off on foot 
near the said time of incident but unaware if 
related.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186874
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Accident Private Property
855 W STATE ST 


Complainant: JUSTIN STEELE


Officers responded to the 800 block of W. 
State St. for a hit skip on private property. 
Complainant advised that the vehicle 
behind him rear ended him in a drive-thru 
then proceeded to drive away. 


An investigation is pending.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186877
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
385 S LINCOLN AVE



Officers responded to the 300 blk of S. 
Lincoln for several intoxicated subjects 
outside of the residence. 

Upon arrival all subjects were checked for 
warrants and left the area in a cab.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186878
Date: Friday, October 5, 2018
Suspicious Person
S LINCOLN AVE / CHESTNUT 


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


Officer stopped a male subject riding a 
bicycle on S. Lincoln Ave. near Super USA 
after officer observed him riding on Carbon 
St. with no lights as required by law while 
riding at night. The male also ran a stop 
sign at the intersection of S. Lincoln Ave. 
and Carbon St. 

The male was identified and advised the 
reason for the stop. Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186870
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Accident No Injury
GEORGETOWN RD / W STATE ST 


Officers responded to the intersection of W. 
State St. and Georgetown Rd. for a report 
of a two vehicle non-injury
accident. 

Upon arrival, officers found both vehicles 
had already pulled off the side of the 
roadway, one in the Dairy Queen lot and the 
other in the parking lot of Shear's Laundry 
Mat. 

Upon investigation and speaking with the 
operator of both vehicles it was found that 
the operator of unit#1, Jeffrey Greenfield 
was stopped in traffic on W. State St. facing 
eastbound at Georgetown Rd. in his red 
Chevy Tk. Mr. Greenfield advised he 
observed unit#2, a maroon Chevy Malibu 
driven by the owner, Maranda Myers 
traveling westbound on W. State St. and 
wanting to make a left hand turn onto 
Georgetown Rd. Mr. Greenfield admitted to 
waiving / motioning to Ms. Myers to go 
ahead in front of him to make the left turn. 
Ms. Myers also admits to seeing Mr. 
Greenfield motion for her to make the turn 
in front of him. 

Mr. Greenfield then states that it appeared 
that Ms. Myers hesitated in making the left 
turn and subsequently the traffic in front of 
him starting moving from the traffic light 
turning green at W. State St. and Benton 
Rd. At this time Mr. Greenfield began 
driving forwards at the same time Ms. 
Myers was making her left hand turn in front 
of Mr. Greenfield due to him waiving her 
through. 

Ultimately unit#1 struck unit#2 in the 
passenger side rear fender causing 
damage. Unit#1 also sustained minor 
damage to the front right. 

Digital photos were taken and no citations 
were issued. Both parties were advised to 
contact their insurance company. Both were 
provided report numbers.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Friday, October 05, 2018
07:21 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186843
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Check Well Being


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Mullins St. for a check well being on an 
infant. Officers spoke to the father via 
telephone who advised that he was at work 
and that the child was with family until he 
got off. 

The man advised that he would stop by the 
station with the child once he got off work.




Ptl. M. King





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186844
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Lost Property
605 S ELLSWORTH AVE A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Complainant on station to turn in a wallet 
that had been located inside the city. 
Officers attempted to contact the owner of 
the property but got no answer at the 
number that was in MNI. 

The item will be placed into the Dept lost 
and found.



Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186846
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
MV Lockout Child Inside
595 CONTINENTAL DR


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Continental Dr. for a motor vehicle lockout 
with a child locked inside the vehicle with 
the vehicle running. 

A waiver of damages was signed and entry 
was gained to the vehicle. Officers 
observed the child who appeared to be fine 
and then cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186847
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
911 Hang-Up Call
460 FRANKLIN ST



Officers responded to the 400 blk of 
Franklin for a 911 hang up. 

Upon arrival, officers checked several 
residences but could not find the source of 
the complaint.



Ptl. D. young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186848
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
945 JENNINGS AVE 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Police responded to the 900 block of 
Jennings for a parking complaint. The 
complainant was concerned about a vehicle 
parked in the yard. Police were unable to 
make contact at the residence. 

A warning was left on the vehicle for the 
ordinance in violation.



Ptl Osberg #915/070





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186849
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Ambulance Needed
709 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: KLG AMBULANCE


Officer responded to the 700 blk of E. 5th 
for an ambulance needed report. Upon 
arrival, it was found that while playing 
outside, a juvenile fell and hit her head. The 
juvenile was transported by KLG to SRMC 
for medical attention.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186850
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
172 W TWELFTH ST


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 100 block of W. 
12th street for a 911 hangup. Contact was 
made with the resident. The resident 
advised that she was playing on her phone 
and may have called on accident. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186851
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
536 WALNUT ST


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


While on patrol in an alley behind 536 
Walnut St. officer observed a male subject 
sitting outside that had an active warrant 
out of the Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Dept. for failure to appear on a disorderly 
conduct charge. The subject, 48 year old 
William A. Tomlin was placed under arrest 
and transported to the Salem Police Dept. 
for processing. 

Mr. Tomlin was later released to a Deputy 
with the Sheriff's Dept. and transported to 
the County Jail.

Officers cleared.


Arrestee:
William A. Tomlin
DOB: 1970
536 Walnut St. Apt.B
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant - Failure to Appear



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186852
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Speak To Officer
965 S LUNDY AVE 


Complainant: REBECCA DICKEY


Officers responded to the 900 block of S. 
Lundy Ave. to speak to a female 
complainant. The female complainant 
advised that a male that is known to her 
was driving up and down the road and she 
believed that he may be stalking her. She 
also advised that the male was sending her 
text messages. 

There are no protection orders in place and 
the female was advised to block the number 
that has been texting her. 

Officers cleared.



PTL. M. KING





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186853
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Person To Be Removed
1313 E STATE ST


Complainant: CANDICE CHAMBERLAIN


Police responded to the 1300 block of E. 
State St for an intoxicated male. The 
complainant wanted the subject removed 
after he urinated on a vehicle. 

The complainant also stated the subject 
had shoved them during a dispute.

The complainant had no visible marks and 
advised of no injuries. The complainant 
responded to the Police Dept to fill out a 
statement for review. The male was advised 
to return to his residence and was allowed 
to walk due to his normal functioning self.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186855
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Loud Persons
NEWGARDEN AVE / W WILSON 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT


Officer responded ot the area of 
NewGarden and W. Wilson for a loud 
person report. Officer checked the area but 
was unable to locate the source of the 
complaint.



Ptl. D. young




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Salem Police STORY # 20186856
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Check Well Being
144 ROSE AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the area of Stark 
Memorial for a well being check. 
Complainant advised a male subject was 
sitting in the parking lot and appeared to be 
intoxicated. Upon arrival, officers did not 
observe any indications of intoxication and 
the subject stated he was just waiting on a 
friend. 

The subject was advised to leave the area 
in which he did without incident.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186857
Date: Thursday, October 4,2018
Suspicious Person
992 LIBERTY ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 900 blk of Liberty 
for a suspicious person report. Complainant 
advised there was a subject sneaking 
around a residence. 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area but 
were unable to locate the subject in 
question.



Ptl. D. Young




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Thursday, October 04, 2018
10:22 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186831
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Dog At Large
1847 N ELLSWORTH AVE


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

(10/3/2018 10:33:20 By: 121) VERBAL 
WARNING - DOG AT LARGE



officer on patrol observed a small brown 
dog running down N. Ellsworth in the 1700 
blk. Dog ran home and officer spoke with 
female resident there about the violation. 
She was advised a cite may be issued if 
incident happens again. 



Banar901





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186842
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Residential Lockout
448 FRANKLIN ST


Officer stood by while resident signed a 
damage waiver to have Salem FD open his 
door. Entry was made without incident. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186826
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Suspicious Person
865 SUPERIOR AVE 


Complainant: CARMEN COLETTA


Officer was called to check on a residence 
near Memorial Park. Report of the door bell 
being rung at an odd hour of the day and 
the residents did not know the person. 

Officer responded and found the 
complainant and person who rang the door 
bell. The person had wished to report he 
had driven into the grass accidentally after 
avoiding three deer that ran in front of him. 
He just wanted to tell the complainant and 
see about a tow truck. 

In the process the car was stuck in the soft 
muddy grass and a tow truck had to be 
called. The grass the vehicle became stuck 
on was actually inside the Memorial Park 
and caused some soft muddy ruts. AAA 
was requested and responded. 

No citations were issued. No traffic crash 
and no one was injured.



Ptl. Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186828
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
HAWLEY AVE / E THIRD ST


Complainant: DEPT, STREET 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE (330)332-5106


At the request of the City Street Dept 
officers responded to the 1000 block of East 
3rd St to assist with getting a vehicle moved 
from the roadway. On arrival officers located 
the owner of the vehicle and it was moved. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186829
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
167 BROOKLYN AVE


Complainant: JO HANNA STORMY CHASE


Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Brooklyn Ave. for a theft report. The officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated 
sometime around 2 AM someone had 
broken into their vehicle and taken cash 
from inside the vehicle. 

The complainant stated that no other items 
had been taken.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186830
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Accident With Injury
496 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer(s) responded to the intersection of 
East State St and North Lundy for a 
reported two vehicle accident with injury. 
Unit # 1 had been traveling east in the 400 
block of East State St when it struck / was 
struck by unit # 2. Unit 2 had been traveling 
north on North Lundy through the 
intersection of North Lundy and East State 
St when it struck / was struck by unit # 1. 

The driver of unit # 2 was transported by 
ambulance to the Salem ER with unknown 
injuries.

Unit # 2 was towed from the scene by a 
local towing company. No citations were 
issued due to both persons stating they had 
the green light and no independent 
witnesses could be located. Officers 
cleared.



Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Steven Bryan
vehicle / 2012 Chevy


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Mariana Davis
vehicle / 2010 Ford




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186832
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Neighbor Dispute
462 FRANKLIN AVE 1/2 


Complainant: MARGARET BROOKS


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

Upon arrival, the complainant advised her 
neighbors keep calling the manager on her. 
The complainant advised of numerous 
issues that officer advised she needed to 
speak with her landlord about due to them 
not being criminal in nature.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186833
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
Harassment
273 W FOURTEENTH ST


Complainant: TERRI SIMS


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
West 14th St for a report of harassment. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 

The complainant stated that she has been 
receiving unwanted mail from a person 
known to her.

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 #: 20186834
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Check Well Being
846 ADAMS AVE



Complainant: GARY VOTAW


Officer checked on the well being of a 
resident on Adams Ave. 

Upon arrival officer spoke with him and he 
claimed he was having phone problems. 
Arraignments were made for complainant to 
contact the resident on Adams. 



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186835
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Civil Matter
1121 E THIRD ST

Complainant: G VORKAPICH

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E. 
Third St. for a civil matter. Officers spoke to 
the complainant who had question on what 
do do with his neighbors tree that had fallen 
onto his property. 

While talking with the complainant the 
owner of the property arrived and stated 
that he had already called a tree service to 
remove the tree and that any damages 
would be taken care of once the tree was 
removed. Officers then cleared the scene.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186836
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Animal complaint
462 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: COURTNEY REBUCK


Complainant on station in reference to an 
animal complaint. The complainant advised 
that she lives in an apartment and her 
neighbor has a dog that acts aggressive. 

The complainant was advised to inform her 
landlord and call the police department if 
there are further issues.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186838
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
781 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
West Pershing St for a reported domestic 
dispute / loud persons. On arrival officers 
were able to locate the persons in question 
and spoke with them about the complaint. 

The persons stated that they had been 
arguing over a vehicle. 

Officers advised the persons to keep the 
noise down and cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186839
Date: Wednesday, October 3,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
657 CONTINENTAL DR A



Complainant: EFRAIN DE LA PAZ 
MENDOZA


Officer responded to a theft call and learned 
that it was a burglary that had recently 
occurred. 

Around 1045 hrs this morning the 
complainant left and stated the doors were 
locked. They arrived home today just prior 
to calling police. When the arrived home the 
back sliding door was open and front door 
still locked. A kitchen window was damaged 
and items had been knocked off with lock 
broken. Inside they had found multiple 
items and some cash was missing.

The apt was ransacked with many rooms 
entered. Detective responded to the scene 
and matter is under investigation. 



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186840
Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Accident Private Property
2487 E STATE ST B SALEM
MARCs PARKING LOT


Complainant: DEPUTY WALKER



Officers responded to a business parking lot 
in the 2400 block of E. State St. for a 
private property accident. 

Upon arrival officers located the driver of 
the vehicle, ETHEL TRIMM, 12113 DUCK 
CREEK RD SALEM, OH, who advised that 
she attempted to pull into a spot and struck 
the concrete barrier that was protecting one 
of the light poles. 

Officers photographed damage to both the 
vehicle and the pole and the woman was 
given a copy of the report number. 

Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Thursday, October 04, 2018
09:19 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186799
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
ROA- Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
1463 E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


While on patrol officer noticed lines down in 
the 1400 block of E. Third St. FD and Ohio 
Edison were advised. Officer stayed on 
scene blocking the roadway until clearing to 
head to a domestic in progress.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 10/02/18




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186811
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Domestic In Progress
705 E FIFTH ST SALEM


Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
E. Fifth Street for a domestic in progress. 
Officers responded and spoke with an 
elderly female who advised that her 
grandson would not give her keys back so 
that she could leave after they had an 
argument. She advised there was no 
physical violence. 

The girlfriend of her grandson brought the 
keys out and the female departed. 

Officer spoke with the grandson and his 
girlfriend who also advised they had an 
argument, but nothing physical took place. 
The grandson advised his grandmother had 
the wrong keys, but did not realize it. 

The parties were advised to separate for 
the evening.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186812
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Debris In Roadway
E STATE ST / S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Officer responded to the intersection of E. 
State Street and Lincoln Avenue for a report 
of the road closed signs knocked down due 
to a storm. It was also reported that traffic 
was driving down the closed section. Officer 
observed all the road closed signs and 
cones knocked over and several cars had 
already passed through the intersection 

upon arriving. Officer placed all the cones 
and signs back in their position.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186816
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Severe Weather Damage
1383 E STATE ST 


Complainant: KERRY FRANZEN


Officer was dispatched to a residence in the 
1300 block of E. State Street for a report of 
storm damage to a vehicle.

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that several large 
limbs fell on her brothers grey Ford F-150 
that was parked behind her residence. 
Officer observed numerous large limbs had 
fallen on the truck and photographs were 
obtained. The amount of damage could not 
be determined until after the limbs are 
cleaned up.

The complainant was advised that a report 
would be completed and available should it 
be needed for insurance purposes.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186817 
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Severe Weather Damage
168 PARK DR 


Complainant: RUSSELL MILLER


Officer responded to the 100 block of Park 
Dr. for a report of a vehicle that was 
damaged by a tree falling on it. The
complainant advised officer that his vehicle 
was parked on the roadway and a tree fell 
on it during the storm. 

Officer did notice the roof of the vehicle was 
dented along with the rear window was 
busted out. Officer took photos of the 
damage and provided the complainant with 
the report number.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186818
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Debris In Roadway 
E STATE ST / SOUTHEAST BLD


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


Officers had responded to the intersection 
of E State St and Southeast Blvd for a 
report of debris in the roadway.

The Road closed/detour signs had been 
blown over by the storm and were scattered 
about the roadway. Officer gathered the 
signs and set them back up until traffic and 
safety could respond to correct the problem. 

Officer also gathered up numerous sign 
mounting bolts that had been stripped out of 
the barricades from the severity of the 
storm. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186819
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Speak To Officer
329 NEWGARDEN AVE 


Complainant: KAREN PHILLIPS


Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of 
Newgarden Avenue to speak with a female 
complainant about someone giving her son 
marijuana. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant and her son who advised that 
another male juvenile gave him marijuana 
while in Centennial Park earlier in the day. 
The complainants son stated that he told 
another adult female subject at a residence 
on Franklin Avenue who disposed of the 
marijuana. The juvenile advised he did not 
smoke the marijuana. 

The complainant was advised to make sure 
her son stays away from the other juvneile 
and to contact the police should she have 
any other problems with the other juvenile.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186823
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Harassment
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION



Complainant: JAMES JACKSON


Officers were dispatched to the 1100 block 
of E State St in reference to a harassment 
report. Complainant advised of four male 
subjects at Circle K, who were harassing 
the female clerk. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
female clerk who advised that only one of 
the males was causing an issue and gave 
his description as a black male wearing 
blue jeans, blue boots, and a hat. This male 
left the store prior to officers arrival. The 
female advised that the male made a 
derogatory comment regarding her sexual 
orientation, which she took offense to. She 
advised the male not to return. 

Not much additional information was 
provided about the male. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Wednesday, October 03, 2018
08:21 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186787
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
329 NEWGARDEN AVE 



Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an unruly juvenile, prior to 
officers arrival the male juvenile left from 
the residence. Officers were able to find him 
near his residence and he was returned 
home.




Ptl. M. Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186788
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Domestic In Progress
1063 Buckeye


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Oficer(s) responded to the above location 
with the female resident arriving as officers 
were. An unknown person called and 
advised there was a lot of yelling and it 
appears the male may have cut the females 
tire? The female was with their daughter 
who advised this is an on going problem 
between her parents and she is tired of it.

The female advised she was trying to leave 
and had to change her tire on her truck 
since the husband/father of the daughter 
cut it.

The husband denied ever doing such 
things. He advised he was trying to help her 
change the tire.

The female left with the daughter and he 
advised he would change the tire.

Officer(s) cleared.




Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186789
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
B&E / Burglaly Reported
335 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: REBEKAH HUMENIUK-
SHAW


Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated that sometime in the early morning 
subject(s) entered their home via the 
unlocked back door and removed several 
items from the residence. The matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186790
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Check Well Being 
633 CHERRY ST



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Cherry St for a report of a male hitting 
himself and also having drug paraphernalia 
in his hand. 

Officer arrived and did locate the male who 
was observed attempting to hide an item in 
a vehicle. A syringe was recovered and the 
male was taken into custody. The male was 
transported to the Columbiana  County Jail.



Arrested: Samson A. Crowl
DOB: 1984
Address: 633 Cherry St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Possessing Drug Abuse 
Instruments



Ptl D Beeson 10/02/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186791
Tuesday, October 2,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
189 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: HAROLD BELL


Officer responded to the above location and 
the complainant / owner signed the waiver 
of damages form and officer gained entry 
into the vehicle.


Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186794
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
445 PROSPECT ST


Officer was on routine patrol and flagged 
over at the above location on Prospect. The 
male subject/operator of a pick up truck 
(Ford) advised he had gotten gas but 
locked his keys in the vehicle.

The male operator signed the waiver of 
damages form and officer gained entry.

Florida registration, M027GS.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186795
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
1014 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS



Officer was dispatched to the parking lot of 
Stark Memorial Funeral Home in reference 
to a hit/skip accident involving a pedestrian. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
juvenile subject who advised that he was 
walking north bound through the 
intersection of Hawley Ave and E Third St, 
when a silver sedan with Georgia plates, 
which was traveling east bound on E Third 
St, ran the stop sign and struck the juvenile 
in the left leg. 

The Salem Fire Department and EMT 
Ambulance were requested to the scene. 
The juvenile was unable to provide any 
additional information on the vehicle, but 
stated that it was a male driver. 

The juvenile's mother responded and they 
refused treatment. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186796
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Theft
357 CUNNINGHAM RD


Complainant: Melinda Marriotti,  Raccoon 
Rd CANFIELD, OH 44406 


Officer responded to the above location for 
a reported theft of a cell phone. The 
complainant advised that she runs the day 
care and someone took her lphone while it 
was sitting in her office. 

Officer assisted the complainant with 
tracking her phone to an address within the 
city. It was found that a female known to her 
picked up the phone by mistake and was 
enroute to take it back when she was 
located. Nothing further needed.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186797
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Recovered Property
1014 E STATE ST


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


A pair of light blue eye glasses were 
recovered on the street, in the area of E 
State St and Hawley Ave. They were placed 
into the city's lost and found.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186798
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
1085 JENNINGS AVE
GARAGE / SHED 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with a male subject who advised he 
thought someone may have been in his 
vehicle and garage.

Officer advised the male that when possible 
officers would try to keep an eye out in the 
area during the night time hours.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186773
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Menacing / Threats
840 W PERSHING ST 7 


Complainant: RANDALL ALIFF


Officer was dispatched to the 800 block of 
E. Pershing Street for a menacing 
complaint. Officer responded and was 
advised by the complainant that he met a 
male subject about a month ago and the 
subject is now making threats towards him. 

The complainant advised that he confronted 
the subject over the past weekend about an 
issue and since then the subject has called 
him and threatened to assault him. The 
complainant advised he advised the subject 
not to contact him and would like a report 
documented in case the problem persists.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186775
SDate: Monday, October 1,2018
Animal Complaint
905 PROSPECT ST 


Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of 
Prospect Street for a report of a loose pot 
belly pig. 

Officer responded and observed that there 
were two pigs loose in the area. Officer 
located the owner in the 800 block of 
Prospect Street who advised the pigs were 
pets who stay inside the house, but must 
have got out of the fence when he let them 
outside. 

The owner was advised to keep the animals 
confined and he could received a citation 
for any further incidents.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186776
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Suspicious Person
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: KAUFFMAN, BRITTANY 
2875 E STATE ST SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)337-8313

ARA ROBINSON, JEFFREY C 193 ROSE 
AVE B SALEM, OH 44460 (330)332-3510


Officers were dispatched to the WaLMart 
parking lot on E. State Street for a report of 
a male subject who was looking in several 
different cars and walking around the 
parking lot. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
the male subject who had just entered a 
white sedan. The subject was advised of 
the complaint and stated he was not looking 
in different vehicles and was just looking for 
his friend which was also present and the 
owner of the vehicle he entered. 

After identifying the subject it was found 
that he had several arrest warrants from 
Wayne and Ashtabula Counties. The 
Wayne County Sheriff Department 
confirmed one of the warrants and advised 
that they would like the male taken into 
custody. The male was placed in custody 
and transported back to the police 
department for booking. After the subject 
was booked, he was transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail where he will 
remain until picked up by Wayne County.


Arrested: Jeffrey C. Robinson 193 Rose 
Ave. Apt. B Salem, Ohio 44460 
Warrant for Failure to Appear on Contempt 
of Court (child support case)



Ptl. C. Crider 910.017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186777
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Child Custody Dispute


Complainant: Boardman PD, BOARDMAN 


Boardman Police Department requested an 
officer to check the well being of an infant 
who was supposedly with his father at a 
residence in the 400 block of Mullins St. 
Boardman PD had taken a complaint in 
which the childs grandmother had reported 
the child missing. 

Officer spoke with a roommate of the 
subject who advised that the subject was 
not home, but provided a phone number for 
him. The phone number was forwarded to 
Boardman PD.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186778
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Check Well Being
285 W PERSHING ST 


Complainant: SERVICES, CHILDREN 


Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Pershing St to check the well being of a 7 
day old female juvenile on the behalf of 
Columbiana County Children Services. 

Officer made contact with the subject, the 
infant's mother, and checked on the child. 
The child appeared to be in good health 
and the information was passed on the 
CCCS.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186779
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Power Equipment
193 FAIR AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


A caller reported a noise complaint involving 
a resident in the 100 block of Fair Ave 
mowing grass at night. The noise ordinance 
for power equipment operation is between 
9PM and 7AM and the time had not yet 
reached 9PM.


Officer drove past the reisdence at 8:59PM 
and there was no power equipment being 
operated at that time. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186781
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Accident Private Property
2350 E STATE ST A 
PEEBLEs CLOTHING STORE


Complainant: DAVID BUTCHER


Officer responded to the 2300 block of E. 
State St. for a private property accident. 
The complainant advised officer that a 
vehicle drove over a curb and was parked 
on the grass. 

Upon arriving officer located the vehicle and 
attempted to speak to a female driver/owner 
of the vehicle. The female subject wasn't 
coherent. First responders and KLG were 
called to the scene.

The female subject was transported to 
Salem Regional Medical Center by KLG. 
Officer did locate a half empty 40 Oz can of 
beer in the center console, along with 
several empty pill bottles inside the vehicle. 
While at the hospital drug paraphernalia 
was recovered from the subjects clothing. 

The subject is being charged with OVI, 
Open container and has other charges 
pending. The vehicle was towed from scene 
by AAA.


Arrested: Samantha R. Van Scyoc
DOB: 1997
Offense: OVI ORC 4511.19A1a, Open 
Container ORD 529.07B4



Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186782
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Fireworks Complaint
E SCHOOL ST / E FOURTH ST


Officers responded to a noise complaint 
that was originally reported as possible 
shots. Subsequent callers reported 
observing fireworks visible from the 500 
block of E Fourth St and an individual 
walking along N Ellsworth Ave in the 400 
block indicated he also saw and heard 
fireworks to the East. 

Officers subsequently located the burnt out 
remnanats of a large multi-shot style 
firework on the sidewalk at the intersection 
of E School St and E Fourth St with 
additional witnesses in the area affirming 
someone had ignited the firework a short 
time earlier. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186783
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Person To Be Removed
226 VINE AVE 3


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 


Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave in reference to a person to be removed 
complaint. Complainant advised that a 
subject by the name of "Mike" was at 
apartment #3 and was not supposed to be 
there. 

Upon arrival, the subject was already in the 
process of leaving the complex. He left of 
his own will and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186784
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Intoxicated Driver
1892 E STATE ST


Complainant: BOARDMAN, POLICE


Report of an intoxicated driver in the above 
area. Complainant advised of a black truck 
that was all over the roadway. Officers 
made contact with the driver in the parking 
lot of Taco Bell in reference to the 
complaint. After a brief investigation, no 
signs of impairment were observed from the 
driver. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186786
Date: Tuesday, October 2,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
435 W WILSON ST
Factory/Mill/Plant


Complainant: BRUNO, ALARM 


On 10/2/2018 officers responded to the 400 
block of W Wilson in regards to an alarm 
drop. Upon arrival at the business lot 
officers checked the perimeter of the 
building and discovered all the doors and 
windows to be locked and secured from 
ground level except for one door that not 
appear to be tampered with nor did it 
appear as if any one tried to force entrance. 
Officers then secured the door and cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)



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Tuesday, October 02, 2018
08:05 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186770 
Report Monday, October 1, 2018
Accident Private Property
650 S BROADWAY AVE


Complainant: PLUMM, RICHARD M 11425 
STATE ROUTE 170 NEGLEY, OH 44441 
(330)303-6019


Traffic Crash Report Private Property


Unit #1: PARKED, 2008 Chevrolet TK 
Silverado Black in color
Owner: Richard Plumm, Negley, Ohio 
44441


Unit #2:  2015 International TK Green in 
color
Owner: R. K. Campf 465 Newgarden 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Christopher Mansfield , St 
Willard. Ohio 44890


Unit # 1 was parked in the north lot facing 
east bound next to the northeast corner of 
the building. Unit #2 pulled into the lot 
heading east bound and went to make the 
turn (turning right) in the lot to the loading 
docks heading south from the east 
direction. Unit #2's right side front dual 
wheel on the trailer struck the left front and 
left front quarter area of Unit # 1 as it was 
turning. 

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



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186759
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Damage To MV 


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER CHADWICK

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damaging, the 
complainant stated sometime overnight an 
unknown subject(s) cut both front tires to 
their vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186760
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
lSuspicious Object
PARK PLAYGROUND


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


Officer responded to Kelly Park for a report 
of a suspicious object. Officer arrived and 
did discard of the item.




Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186761
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Missing Person (Adult)
606 E EIGHTH ST


Complainant: JEFF NUTTER,  MINERVA, 
OH 44460 


Officer responded to the 600 block of E 8th 
St for a report of a missing adult. Officer 
arrived and gathered the information and 
officers did start to search for the male. An 
officer did speak with a family member who 
was able to locate the male. 

The complainants were advised and stated 
that they would make contact with the male 
at his current location.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186762
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SALEM RMC ER ENTRY / E PERSHING 
ST


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


Unit #1 , Driver/Owner: BRENDA MILLER 
,SALEM, OH


Unit#2,  Driver/Owner: EDWARD 
HARMICAR ,SALEM, OH



While on patrol officer did observe a motor 
vehicle accident at Southeast Blvd and E 
State St. Officer found that Unit #1 was 
facing north bound on Southeast Blvd at the 
light and backed to allow a commercial 
vehicle to negotiate the turn. In doing so, 
Unit #1 did back into Unit #2 causing minor 
damage to the front license plate. 

The drivers were issued a report number 
and no citation was issued due to the minor 
damage.



Ptl D Beeson




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186763
Date: Monday, October 1, 2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
837 E THIRD ST 7 


Complainant: ASHLEY CARLARIELLO


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damaging. The female 
complainant stated a male subject who is 
known to the complainant broke multiple 
household items, the complainant just 
wanted a report taken at this time.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186764
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Neighbor Dispute
431 AETNA ST



Complainant: CHRISTOPHER DAWES


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Aetna for a report of a neighbor dispute. 
Officer arrived and found that a male was 
having an on-going issue with the owner of 
a neighboring property. 

The complainant was advised of his options 
for dealing with the issue.




Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186765
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Runaway / Missing
329 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: KAREN PHILLIPS


Officers spoke with a female complainant 
who wanted to file a missing persons report. 
The complainant stated her son was last 
seen this morning leaving for school, 
wearing blue jeans and a maroon t-shirt 
with a yellow lighting bolt on the front and a 
skate board. 

Officers collected the information and the 
missing juvenile was entered into LEADS.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186766
Date: Monday, October 1, 2018
Traffic Offense
W PERSHING ST / S HOWARD 


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


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a moving violation. 
During the stop this officer did call for the 
K9 officer and K9 Argo did indicate to 
narcotic odor. The driver was ultimately 
given a verbal warning for the offense.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186767
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E FIFTH 


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


While on patrol an officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for an equipment 
violation. During the stop the driver of the 
vehicle was found to have an active warrant 
out of Columbiana County. 

The male was taken into custody and was 
later transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.



Arrested: Scott A. Bratt
DOB: 1983
Address: 8050 Sprucevale Rd Rogers, OH 
44455
Charge: Warrant - Failure to Appear 
Receiving Stolen Property




Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186768
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Littering / Dumping
264 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a vehicle bearing the above Ohio 
registration sitting in the lot. 

The female advised that she had talked with 
the man in charge of recycling and got his 
permission to sort through the items and 
remove plastic bags from the wrong 
containers and place them in the right 
one's.

People are throwing like aluminum cans 
away but tied up in plastic bags.

Officer then cleared.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186769
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Open Container In MV
329 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and was advised by the complainant that a 
female had left in a possible white colored 
Ford Taurus heading north bound on 
Newgarden from W. Wilson with an open 
container.

Officer(s) checked the area along with 
another area looking for the vehicle and 
female operator. Officer(s) were unable to 
locate the vehicle and cleared.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186771
Date: Monday, October 1,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the 200 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for a report of a possible 
dispute in progress. Officer checked the 
area but were unable to locate any disputes 
or subjects matching the description given.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186747
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1063 BUCKEYE AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
Buckeye Ave. for a domestic dispute. Both 
the male and female subject advised that 
the encounter was verbal only. Officers 
advised them to be cordial then the officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186748
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Suspicious Person
990 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: KARL GETZINGER


Officers responded to the area of Third and 
Hawley for a report of a suspicious person. 
The complainant advised that the male 
subject ran into his residence stating that 
there were people trying to harm him. He 
then left and took off running. 

Officers searched the area and located the 
subject at his residence. 

First responders and KLG responded to 
check out the subject who was later 
voluntarily transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG. 

The complainant did not wish to pursue any 
charges for the subject entering his 
residence.




Ptl. M. King





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186749
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
THEFT
2900 E STATE ST


Officer responded to a reported shoplifting 
incident in the 2800 block of E State St. 
Officer located the suspect who attempted 
to flee on foot. The subject was detained 
and found to have no warrants to his arrest 
as he stated that's why he ran. 

Officer released the subject with charges to 
be filed later. The other subject with the 
male that ran was not located. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186750
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
COURT DR K 
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officers responded to the area of 
Centennial Park for a call of a juvenile 
running around with a stun light. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to the large 
number of subjects and located the stun 
light hidden in the pavillion of the park.

Officers spoke to the juveniles and took a 
voluntary statement from others that were 
present during the incident.

The stun light was taken as evidence. The 
matter is under investigation.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186752
B&E / Burglary Reported
1952 MONROE ST
Date: Sunday, September 30, 2018



Police responded to the 1900 block of 
Monroe St for a Burglary in progress. The 
complainant advised he walked into his 
residence and found a male subject inside. 
The complainant stated the male then 
walked out of the residence. 

Police responded to the area and searched 
for the subject. Police then observed the 
subject walking near Circle of Care. Police 
made contact with the male, who was in an 
enclosed area outside of the building. The 
subject was taken into custody, transported 
to the station and booked. 

After the booking process the subject was 
transported to county jail.



Arrested: Dewey J. Souers
DOB: 1989
Address: 226 Vine Ave Apt #3
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Burglary
Criminal Trespass





Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186753
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Intoxicated Driver
CENTENNIAL PARK


Complainant: KING, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE 

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Centennial Park for a report of an 
intoxicated driver. While in route to the 
scene, officers did receive information that 
the driver left the jurisdiction but was later 
stopped by another agency.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186754
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Suspicious Activity 
624 E PERRY ST 


Complainant: STACY MOORE


Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E Perry Street for a report of suspicious 
activity. 

Upon arrival, officers did speak with the 
complainant who advised a flashlight was 
seen moving around in a neighboring house 
that should have been vacant at the time. 

After further investigating, the residence 
was found to be secure. Officers cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186755
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
N Cunningharn Rd for a report of,an 
unknown noise disturbance. 

Upon arrival, officers did search the area, 
were unable to locate the noise and cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186756
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Reckless Operator
499 CONTINENTAL DR


Complainant: LONA BURKEY


Police responded to the area of Continental 
Dr and Bentley Dr. Complainant advised of 
a black Jeep or SUV driving through the 
area at a high rate of speed. The vehicle 
was said to also running stop signs. 

Police searched the area and was unable to 
locate the vehicle. 

Police stood by in the area. Police could 
hear a vehicle at a high rate of speed and 
observed the vehicle not stop at the 
intersection. Police responded behind the 
vehicle attempting to make a traffic stop. 

Once stopped contact was made with the 
driver and passengers (one Juvenile). The 
driver was cited for Reckless Operation with 
a mandatory court appearance. The vehicle 
was towed by Kasier's. All occupants 
received a ride home.



Driver: Tyler L. Morrison
DOB: 1998
Add: 894 E. 4th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: ORC 4511.20 Reckless Operation



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186757
Monday, October 1,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
705 E FIFTH ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 700 blk of E 5th 
for a report of a domestic in progress. 
Complainant advised he could hear his 
neighbors arguing. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with both parties 
who advised they were having relationship 
issues but nothing physical occurred. The 
male half advised he had a ride on the way 
to pick him up.




Ptl. D. Young




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Monday, October 01, 2018
10:12 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186751
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
E STA TE ST / PARK DR


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


Officer on patrol was flagged down at Park 
Ave, and E State St. and advised of drug 
paraphernalia on the curb lawn . Officer 
was shown the item and took possession of 
it and destroyed it. Officer cleared without 
incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186744
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Ambulance Needed
632 E SIXTH ST



Officers responded to the 600 block of E 6th 
St. and assisted the Salem FD on a medical 
call. Officers stood by and cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186742
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Person To Be Removed
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD 



Officer responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd. for a person to be 
removed. 

Officer arrived and found the subject was a 
resident and no protection order was in 
place. Officer cleared without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186741
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Suspicious Activity
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers checked a suspicious vehicle in the 
1100 block of E State St. for a suspicious 
vehicle/person. Officer checked the vehicle 
and subjects and found no suspicious or 
criminal activity occurring. Officer cleared 
without incident.




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186738
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Audible Alarm
1176 SALEM PARKWAY


Complainant: 21ST CENTURY ALARM


Officer responded to the 1100 block of 
Salem Parkway for an alarm. Officer and K9 
Simon did check the business and found it 
secured. Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186740
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
988 ADAMS AVE 


Complainant: PAUL SMITH


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Adams Ave. for a Hit/Skip Report. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that 
when he arrived home from church, he 
found that someone had driven into his yard 
and struck the fire hydrant that was close to 
his house. 

Officers documented the damage done and 
the Fire Department was notified to check 
on the fire hydrant.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186743
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
CENTENNIAL PARK 


Complainant: VICKIE CRUM


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised a 
juvenile was skateboarding in a pavilion she 
rented. Contact was made and he agreed to 
ride elsewhere.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186745
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Hold-Up Alarm
2955 E STATE ST H


Officers responded to a business in the 
2900 block of E. State St. for a panic alarm. 
While in route officers were contacted and 
advised that the alarm was accidental. 
Officers still responded to ensure that there 
were no defects with the alarm. 

The store employee advised the alarm was 
fine then officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186746
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Civil Matter
641 CHERRY ST


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Cherry St. to speak to a male about a civil 
matter. Officers advised the male of his 
options and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186733
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Reckless Operator

S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officers responded to the area S. Lincoln 
Ave. and Franklin Ave. for a possible 
reckless driver. Officers arrived in the area 
and had negative contact with the vehicle in 
question.



Ptl. Connolly 981/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186734
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Suspicious Person
231 S BROADWAY AVE B 


Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE 260 S 
ELLSWORTH AVE 


Officers made contact with a subject that 
was reported to be acting suspicious. The 
subject advised he was attempting to locate 
a lost dog.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186735
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Audible Alarm
650 E SECOND ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported alarm. 
Upon arrival, officers found the exterior 
secure. A keyholder arrived and the interior 
was checked.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186737
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Audible Alarm
1176 SALEM PARKWAY 


Complainant: 21ST CENTURY ALARM


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported alarm. 
Upon arrival, dispatch advised the alarm 
had been canceled.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186739
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Fire Alarm 
544 E PERSHING ST 


Complainant: SOS SECURITY, ALARM 


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported fire 
alarm. Upon arrival, officers stood by for 
traffic control while Salem FD investigated. 
Officers cleared when Salem FD advised 
nothing further was needed.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186731
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
650 E SECOND ST 



Complainant: SECURITY, GILLMORE 


Officers responded to the 600 blk of E. 2nd 
St. for an alarm drop. Upon arrival, the 
building was checked and found secure. 
Officers cleared due to no key holder 
responding.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186730
Date: Sunday, September 30,2018
Recovered Property
175 W STATE ST


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


A male subject approached Police 
regarding found property. The subject had 
found a bank card in the 400 block of E. 
State St. The item was recovered and 
placed into lost and found.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186729
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Audible Alarm
500 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST


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


While on patrol in the 500 block of E. Third 
St. officer heard a car alarm going off on a 
vehicle. Upon checking the vehicle there did 
not appear to be any signs of entry into the 
vehicle or anything being tampered with. 
The alarm did reset after a couple of 
minutes and officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186728
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Intoxicated Person
838 PROSPECT ST C 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Police responded to the 800 block of 
Prospect St. The complainant advised 
intoxicated subjects were possibly 
distroying items. When Police arrived 
multiple subjects were sitting outside. 

All subjects were at there residence not 
harming anything or in any violation. Police 
cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186727
Date: Saturday, September 29,2018
Ambulance Needed
965 S LUNDY AVE


Police responded to the 900 block of S. 
Lundy Ave to assist medical. A female was 
transported to Salem Hospital.

Police stood by until no longer needed.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186726
Date: Saturday, September 29,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 REILLY AVE A



Complainant: MELISSA MCGUIRE


Officers responded to the area of Reilly 
School for a complaint of juveniles running 
in the street and using profanity.

Upon arrival officers spoke with the female 
complainant who was speaking to the 
juveniles. Officers spoke to the juveniles 
and advised them to head home for the 
evening. Officers cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186725
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Traffic Offense
491 REILLY AVE B


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


Officer initiated a traffic stop with a red 
Dodge van on E. Pershing St. in front of 
Reilly Stadium for a traffic violation and 
issued the driver a verbal warning for the 
violation. Officer cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186724
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Traffic Offense
491 RElLLY AVE H


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


Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of Reilly stadium for a moving violation. 
During the course of the stop, it was found 
that the driver did not have a drivers 
license. 

The driver was given a citation for the 
violations and left the scene with a valid 
driver. The vehicle was towed from the 
scene by Kasiers Towing.



Cited:
Juan P. Perez
DOB 1997
214 S. Lincoln Ave Apt 3
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Improper Turn, No DL




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186723
Date: Saturday, September 29,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
329 NEWGARDEN AVE 


Complainant: KAREN PHILLIPS


Officer responded to 329 Newgarden Ave. 
to speak with the female complainant in 
reference to a criminal damaging complaint. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant who showed officer the door to 
her bedroom had been damaged. Officer 
took photos and collected information and 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186722
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Civil Matter
231 S BROADWAY AVE B


Complainant: COURTNEY COOK, 
STRUTHERS RD NEW MIDDLETOWN, 
OH 44442


Officer spoke with a female complainant 
who came on station to speak with an 
officer. Complainant advised that she and 
her husband separated within the past five 
days. She advised they have an infant son 
together and that she had moved out. She 
states that her husband has their son and 
she has not seen him since she moved out 
and that her husband will not contact her 
back. 

Officer did explain that as far as custody 
goes for her son that she needs to contact 
and attorney to file some sort of custody 
papework with the courts and that since 
they are married that each parent has equal 
right to their son. 

I did attempt to contact the complainants 
husband at his address in the 400 block of 
Mullins St. but he was not home. 

Officer did make contact with another male 
subject who was staying at the residence 
who contacted the complainants husband 
via phone. Officer did speak with him via 
phone and advised him of the complaint. He 
assured officer that their child was fine and 
that he has already contacted a local 
attorney and that they were already in the 
process of filing paper work in court for 
custody. Officer cleared.



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Salem Police STORY # 20186717
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Domestic Dispute
1063 BUCKEYE AVE 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
Buckeye Ave. for a domestic dispute. Upon 
arrival officers spoke to the male and 
female parties who both advised that the 
dispute was verbal only. 

Officers advised the two to separate for the 
evening if possible. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY # 20186714
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
605 S MADISON AVE


Complainant: DEBORAH MANGUS


Officers responded to the 600 block of S. 
Madison Ave. for a parking complainant. 
Officers arrived in the area and did not 
observe any violation. Officers attempted to 
speak with the complainant, but had 
negative contacted.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186713
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SPEEDWAY GAS STATION


Officers responded to the area of S. 
Howard Ave. and W. State St. for a motor 
vehicle accident. Officers spoke to the 
driver of Unit #1 who stated that while 
traveling north bound on S. Howard Ave. he 
rear ended Unit #2 which was also traveling 
north bound causing minor damage.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Sunday, September 30, 2018
10:21 AM -0500


Salem Police STORY #: 20186721
Date: Saturday, September 29,2018
Open Burning
284 E FOURTH ST


Officer responded to the above stated 
location to stand by while Salem FD spoke 
to a resident about a fire. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186720
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
SHARP AVE / PROSPECT ST 



Officer(s) responded to the area of Sharp 
Ave and West Pershing 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 #: 20186706
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Suspicious Person
300 BLOCK OF PARK AVE


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a suspicious person. 
Upon arrival, officers checked but were 
unable to locate any suspicious persons in 
the area.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186707
Date: Saturday, September 29,2018
Suspicious Object
821 E STATE ST
LIBRARY


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officers responded to the 800 block of E. 
State St. for a recovered property report. 
Officers spoke with the complainant who 
gave the officers the item and asked if they 
would take it back to the PD. Officers took 
the item back to the Pd so it could be 
properly disposed of.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186708
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
935 SOUTH AVE


Complainant: RICHARD FINCH


Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
South Ave for a reported parking complaint. 
On arrival officers located the vehicle in 
question and spoke with its owner. The man 
was advised of the complaint.
 
While speaking with the owner of the 
vehicle he also made a parking complaint 
against the complainant. 

Officers did not witness any parking 
violations from either vehicle. Officers did 
speak with the complainant and he was 
also advised of the new complaint.


Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186709
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Theft
491 REILLY AVE E


Complainant: JASON BAYS


Officers spoke to a complainant on station 
who stated that he had lost his phone the 
previous day, and wished for a report to be 
made. Officer stated that it wouldn't be a 
problem and that one could be made. 

The complainant also stated that he used 
and app to track his phone to and area in 
Perry Township. He was advised that he 
may want to speak with Perry Township 
Police.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186710
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Accidental Damage
S UNION AVE / OAK ST


Officers responded to the area of S. Union 
Ave. and Oak St. for a road sign that had 
been knocked over. Officers were able to 
get the road sign back up and the road 
department was notified to have it properly 
secured.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186711
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
B&E / Burglary Reported 
1390 CAROLE DR 


Complainant: MICHAEL WATERBECK


Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Carol Dr. for a possible Burglary. Officers 
arrived on scene and found an open door. 
Officers then cleared the residence with 
negative contact. 

Officers then spoke with the complainant 
who stated that she did not believe anyone 
had been living at the residence for quite 
some time.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186712
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
455 S BROADWAY AVE


Complainant: HALLIE WHITMAN,  EAST 
ROCHESTER, OH 44625


Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
South Broadway for a reported breaking 
and entering to a residence. On arrival 
officers spoke with the complainant. 

The complainant stated that someone 
unknown to her had entered the residence 
in question without her knowledge or 
permission. 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 #: 20186715
Date: Saturday, September 29,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1063 BUCKEYE AVE


Complainant: STORMI BAGLEY, YORK, SC 
29745


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised her 
sister inlaw was throwing items inside the 
residence and struck her father with a 
flower pot. 

Medical personnel was on scene and the 
victim refused treatment. Officer did not 
observe any physical marks of violence.

Officer explained the process of submitting 
a statement to be reviewed for possible 
charges. The alleged suspect departed the 
area prior to officers arriving.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186716
Date: Saturday, September 29,2018
MV Lockout
511 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officers responded to the 500 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave for a motor vehicle lockout. 
Upon arrival offices spoke to the registered 
owner and a waiver of damages was 
signed. Entry was gained to the vehicle and 
officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186718
Date: Saturday, September 29,2018
Suspicious Activity
800 BLOCK OF North Ellsworth


Officer(s) responded to the 800 block of 
North Ellsworth for a report of suspicious 
activity. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
he believed that a unknown person may 
have entered his residence without his 
knowledge or permission. 

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 #: 20186705
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Fire Alarm
1735 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: INTEGRATED SECURITY, 
TYCO


Officer responded along with Salem Fire 
Department to a fire alarm at a business in 
the 1700 block of S Lincoln Ave.  FD 
Personnel coordinated with employees 
working at the business and affirmed it was 
a false alarm. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186704
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1527 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: ASHLEY MARROULIS


This officer was dispatched to the lobby of 
the Salem Police Department to talk with an 
individual in regards to a suspicious vehicle. 
The complainant did advise she believes 
someone has been following her for the 
past few week in a vehicle and would like to 
report the situation. 

This officer did gather all information from 
the complainant and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186703
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Speak To Officer
189 E THIRD ST SALEM


While on routine patrol, this officer was 
flagged down by two subjects in the 100 
block of E Third Street. While talking to both 
individuals, they did advise they were 
creating a documentary about the living 
conditions of their residence. They also told 
officers their landlord is attempting to rent 
the top story of their home out to other 
individuals but they did not want that 
happening. 

After explaining to all parties that I would 
document the situation, there was no further 
action taken and officers cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186702
Date: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Suspicious Person
284 N LINCOLN AVE A


Officers responded to the area of N Lincoln 
Ave and E Third St for a report of unwanted 
persons. Officers checked the immediate 
and surrounding areas and did not locate 
the individuals in question. 

Extra patrol was conducted throughout the 
remainder of the shift. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186701
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance


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


While on patrol in the 100 blk of Hawley, 
officer located a vehicle with its horn going 
off. Officer stopped and made contact with 
the owner, who advised there was a 
malfunction with the horn. 

Officer and a by stander were able to get 
the horn to stop by pulling the fuse. The 
owner was advised to leave the vehicle 
parked in the lot due to him not having a 
valid license.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186700
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Harassment
944 E FOURTH ST 


Complainant: NATHAN COURTNEY


Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fourth St where an apartment tenant 
advised that a Halloween decoration 
belonging to another tenant was flashing 
and shining into the complainants 
apartment making it difficult for family 
members to sleep. 

Officers were able to make contact with the 
owner of the decoration who was advised of 
the complaint. The owner requested officers 
shut the light off to eliminate the issue. The 
strobe was turned off and officers cleared. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186699
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Criminal Trespassing
254 W WILSON ST


Officers were dispatched to 254 W Wilson 
Street for a report of criminal trespass. 

Upon arrival, officers did speak with the 
suspect who advised he was attempting to 
gather property of his from the house but 
could not make contact with the home 
owner. Officers did recognize this male from 
a previous call regarding an open container 
in which he was told to remain at home due 
to his intoxication level. 

Salem FD and KLG responded on scene to 
observe injuries to the male after noticing 
open wounds from falling over. After 
gathering information on scene, he was 
transported home and issued a MM citation 
for disorderly conduct. He was given a court 
date on 10/02/2018 at 8:30 AM. 

Salem FD did respond to the males 
residence after he was unable to open his 
door. After signing a waiver of damages, 
Salem FD was also unable to gain entry. 

The male was given a verbal warning to not 
leave his property for the night and cleared 
without further incident.



CITED : ROBERT EARL CHESTER
DOB: 1970
ADDRESS: 124 1/2 E. WILSON ST 
SALEM, OH 44460
OFFENSE: DISORDERLY CONDUCT; 
INTOXICATION. ORD 509.03





Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186698
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Possible Shots Fired
490 E EUCLID ST


Police responded to the 400 block of E. 
Euclid St for what sounded like a single gun 
shot. Police searched the area and did not 
hear or observe anything. 

While in the area Officers asked several 
subjects outside if they heard anything of 
that nature. Subjects advised they had not 
heard anything. Police stood by in the area 
then cleared.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186697
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH ST


Officers took a report on station from a 
female. The female advised that she had 
been in a parking lot in town taking 
photographs when a group of people 
approached her vehicle and used profanity. 
The female advised that no threat were 
made. The female was advised that nothing 
criminal had taken place. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186696
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
272 S UNION AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officers responded to the 200 block of S 
Union Ave where a child had found a 
syringe laying on the ground near the 
sidewalk. The syringe was retrieved and 
subsequently disposed of in a sharps 
container at Salem PD. 

While still on scene officers checked the 
surrounding area and did not observe 
anything else in the area. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186695
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Accident With Injury
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH ST


UNIT 1 
DRIVER- ROBERT LEONARD , 
CANFIELD, OH
VEHICLE- CHEVY


UNIT 2
DRIVER- SAMANTHA SCYOC , LISBON, 
OH
Stop Sign Violation - Right of Way  
4511.43A   331.19
VEHICLE- TOYOTA


Unit 1 was traveling North bound on N 
lincoln towards the intersection of Lincoln 
and E 5th. Unit 2 was traveling East bound 
on E 5th towards the stated intersection. 
Unit 2 failed to stop at the stop sign and 
struck unit 1 who did not have a stop sign in 
the drivers side rear tired area. 

Unit 1 had disabling damge and was towed 
from the scene by Sinsleys. Unit 2 had 
minor damage. 

The occupants of unit 1 were transported to 
St. E's Boardman with unknown injuries by 
EMT. 

Driver of unit 2 was cited for the Stop Sign 
violation and sent on her way.


Cited-
Samantha Scyoc
DOB: 1997
7640 Pass Ln
Lisbon Ohio 44432




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186693
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Civil Matter
195 SHARP AVE 1/2


Complainant: KAMERON HORNING


Complainant reported that he has court 
ordered child visitation every other 
Wednesday from 5pm to 8pm and every 
other weekend Friday through Sunday from 
6P to 6P. Complainant further advised that 
on this date he went to pick his children up 
for visitation in the 100 block of Sharp Ave 
and their mother refused to relinquish them 
into his custody due to the fact that the 
complainant had his girlfriend with him. 

Officer reviewed the custody papers and 
affirmed the visitation times.

The mother of the children had called the 
police department and spoke to this officer. 
She advised that the
children's father's girlfriend had filed 
harasssment charges against her, therefore 
she does not want her on her property. 

Officer advised the mother that in order to 
facilitate a peaceful custody exchange I 
would accompnay the children's father, and 
the father's girlfriend would wait in the car, 
so as not to enter onto the mother's 
property. The mother refused, stating that 
she did not want the girlfriend on her street 
or near her residence.

Officer explained that failure to comply with 
the visitation order is contempt of court. 

The complainant was advised that the 
incident would be documented and that he 
would need to consult an attorney about the 
contempt.

The mother subsequently contacted this 
officer at the Police Department with further 
questions about the contempt. She was 
advised contempt is a court matter that is 
handled through the parent's attorneys. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186691
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Recovered Property
491 REILLY AVE H 


Officer was given a recovered piece of 
property in the 400 block of E Pershing St. 
The item will be placed in the lost and 
found.


Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186688
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
2875 E STATE ST A 


Complainant: NANCY MCKENZIE


Officers responded to the 2800 block of E. 
State St. for a complaint of a theft from a 
store. Upon arrival officers spoke to the 
asset protection manager. Officers were 
given copies of photos, receipts, and video. 

The subjects exited the store with one item 
without rendering payment. The matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186685
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Soliciting
1388 S LINCOLN AVE
PARKING LOT


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officers responded to the ? 300 block of 
East State St for a report of persons 
soliciting. On arrival officers located the 
persons in question and spoke with them. 
Officers advised the persons that they 
would need a permit to solicit inside of the 
city. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186684
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Suspicious Person
2401 E STATE ST A 


Officers were advised of a suspicious male 
near Giant Eagle on a bike. The male threw 
something into the weeds off the parking lot 
and then left. Officers were unable to locate 
it. 



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186683
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Reckless Operator
214 W EIGHTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officers responded to the 200 block of W. 
Eighth St. for a complaint of a male driving 
his truck in a reckless manner.

Upon arrival officers spoke to the female 
complainant who advised that she yelled 
out to the driver to slow down as the 
operator drove past her residence. The 
male then proceeded to speed past the 
female's residence multiple times in a 
reckless manner. 

The female was advised that there would 
be increased patrol in the area because she 
stated that the problem is a growing matter. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186682
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Assist Other Agency
1995 E STATE ST

Complainant: SRMC, ER


Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center to assist staff with an irate 
patient. Officers stood by while staff worked 
with the patient until he calmed down. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186681
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Suspicious Person
175 W STATE ST


Officers responded to the area of S. 
Howard and E. State St. for a call of a 
person attempting to purchase narcotics off 
of strangers. The subject was no longer in 
the area upon officer's arrival.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186680
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
300 BLOCK OF ROSE AVE


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


While on patrol officers witnessed a verbal 
dispute in the 300 block of Rose Ave 
between two persons. Officers made 
contact with the two persons and they were 
advised of the complaint. The two stated 
that they used to be married and that they 
were having a disagreement over a cell 
phone. The male half stated that he would 
be leaving the area. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186679
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Ambulance Needed
1166 BENTON RD


Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 0 S 
LINCOLN AVE SALEM


Officers responded with the FD to he 1100 
block of Benton Rd 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 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186678
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Suspicious Object
2203 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officer(s) responded to the 2300 block of 
East State St for a report of a suspicious 
object in the roadway. On arrival officers 
were unable to locate the item in question. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister 056/906 09/28/2018

response delayed due to emergency calls.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186677
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Ambulance Needed
1490 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
North Ellsworth for a reported medical 
emergency. On arrival officers spoke with 
the person in question and he was 
evaluated by a ambulance crew. The man 
refused treatment and went on his way out 
of the city. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186675
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Dog At Large
231 S BROADWAY AVE B SALEM



Complainant: JEFF ZELLERS


Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about a situation concerning dogs 
running at large in the area of Sharp and 
Prospect St. Officers spoke with the 
complainant and he was advised of the 
options for dealing with the situation. 

Officers then responded to Prospect St and 
the owner of the animal was advised of the 
complaint. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056-906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186674
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Protection Order Violation
1215 JENNINGS AVE SALEM


Complainant: REBECCA MYERS, SPRING 
VALLEY RD SALINEVIILE, OH 43945


Officers spoke to a complainant on station 
regarding a possible protection order 
violation. The complainant was able to 
provide officers with photographs of 
attempted contact from the subject, and a 
valid protection order. 

Officers advised that an investigation would 
be opened.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186676
Date: Friday, September 28, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
2203 E STATE ST



Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only 


Unit #1 Driver: Adam Richards, Age 30, 
Monroe, MI , Owner: LAMBRIX FARMS 
LEASING LLC, Carlton, MI

Unit #2 Driver: Kirsten Kuhns, Age 28, 
Salem, Oh



Unit #1, tractor trailer, was attempting to 
turn eastbound on SR14 from Southeast 
Blvd. Unit #1 was in the straight through 
lane due to being on a detour route and 
length. Unit #2 pulled into the eastbound 
turn lane of Southeast Blvd. at SR14. Unit 
#2 failed to notice unit #1 had activated a 
turn signal indicating a turn eastbound. 

Subsequently, unit #1 did not observe unit 
#2 prior to turning and the trailer portion 
struck the front of unit #2.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186673
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Accident With Injury
SOUTHEAST BLVD / FRANKLIN 



Unit 1 Saturn Vue 
driver: Maren Rankin 


Unit 2 Ford Focus
driver: Linda Lou Netles cited: fail to yield


UNIT 1 WAS TRAVELING FROM 
SOUTHEAST TO NORTHWEST ON SR 
344 AND APPROACHING THE 
INTERSECTION OF SOUTHEAST BLVD. 
UNIT 2 HAD BEEN TRAVELING FROM 
NORTHEAST ON SHOUTHEAST BLVD IN 
A SOUTHWEST DIRECTION AND 
STOPPED FOR THE STOP SIGH AT SR 
344.

DRIVER OFR UNIT 2 ADMITTED SHE 
THOUGHT THAT UNIT 1 ALSO HAD A 
STOP SIGN SO SHE BEGAN INTO THE 
INTERSECTION CAUSING A COLLISION 
WITH BOTH UNITS. 

DRIVER OF UNIT 2 CITED WITH FAIL TO 
YIELD.





Ptl. Banar 901




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Saturday, September 29, 2018
08:34 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186672
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: JAMES BELL


On 9/28/2018 officers responded to the 
2800 block of E State Street in regards to a 
motor vehicle lock out. 

Upon arrival officers met with the 
complainant who was also the registered 
owner of the vehicle that was locked. 
Officers then gathered the registered 
owners information and had him sign a 
waiver of damages form. Once this was 
done officers then gained entry into his 
vehicle. With the vehicle unlocked the 
complainant then cleared and officers went 
back in service without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186671
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: 15, POST


Officer assisted an Ohio State Highway 
Patrol Trooper at the police department with 
an OVI arrest. Officer witnessed the reading 
of the BMV 2255 and the Trooper utilized 
the BAC Datamaster.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186670
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Dog At Large
S LINCOLN AVE / AETNA ST


Complainant: TWP, PERRY 0 SALEM


Officer responded to the 800 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. for a report of a dog at large. 
Officer located a small black and white dog 
in the roadway. Officer was able to locate 
the dog's owners residence using the dogs 
tag on its collar.

Officer was not able to make contact with 
the owner. Officer did notice another small 
dog inside the garage behind the residence. 
Officer secured the dog inside the garage 
with the other dog and left a voice mail for 
the dogs owner.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186669
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Drug Narcotic Abuse
2874 E State St



Officers responded to a parking lot in the 
2800 block of State St for a report of two 
individuals slumped over in a parked 
vehicle. 

Officers arrived and did not observe any 
vehicle fitting the description provided. 
Officers located the caller who advised that 
the vehicle had left the area westbound 
prior to officers arrival. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186668
Date: Friday, September 28,2018
Suspicious Person
700 block of E. Fifth Street

Complainant: WILLIAM BARRETT


Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
E. Fifth Street for a report of two male 
subjects attempting to gain access to 
vehicles parked behind an apartment 
complex. Officers responded and checked 
the area, but no persons were located. 

The complainant advised that two subjects 
were trying to get in to a vehicle and they 
ran off when he yelled at them. 

The vehicle was a grey Honda not 
registered to the address. Officers checked 
the vehicles and could not find anything 
disturbed.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186667
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Traffic Offense
S BROADWAY AVE / E PERSHING  ST


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


Officer conducted a traffic stop on a silver 
Kia in the 200 block of E Pershing St. The 
driver of the vehicle was suspended and 
had an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. The male subject was taken into 
custody, transported to The Salem Police 
Dept and later released to a Columbiana 
County SO Deputy. 

While onstation the subject was issued a 
traffic citation for Disobeying A Traffic 
Control Device and Driving Under 
Suspension. The owner of the vehicle was 
also cited for Wrongful Entrustment. 

The vehicle was towed by AAA.


Arrested/Cited: Nicholas S. Franklin
DOB: 1997
Offense: FTA (Robbery), Disobeying A 
Traffic Control Device ORC 4511.12A. DUS 
4510.111




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 09/27/18




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186666
Date: Thursday, September 27,2018
Menacing / Threats
881 E THIRD ST


Complainant: CORY RITTENOUR


Officer spoke with a male complainant from 
the 800 block of E. Third Street who wished 
to file a menacing report.

The complainant advised that he was on 
the phone with his girlfriends mother when 
he was asked about a boat motor belonging 
to another subject known to him. The 
complainant advised that the subject was at 
his girlfriends mothers house and he could 
hear the subject in the background while he 
was on the phone. 

The subject threatened to smash the 
complainants windshield and that the 
subject was going to get a group of people 
to help assault him when he leaves for work 
early in the morning. 

The complainant advised he wished for the 
incident to be documented in case 
something should happen.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186665
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1900 BLOCK OF MONROE ST


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


Officer on patrol in the 1900 block of 
Monroe Street observed an black Chevy 
Trailblazer parked illegally. Officer made 
contact with the owner and he moved the 
vehicle.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186664
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Suspicious Object
633 CHERRY ST 


Complainant: TINA CROWL


Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
Cherry St in reference to a suspicious 
object report. Complainant advised of a 
black bag that was on her property and she 
was unsure of what the contents were. 

Officers responded and recovered the bag. 
Officers checked the contents of the bag 
and it was determined to be only clothes 
and personal belongings. It will be placed 
into the city's lost and found.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186663
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
605 S MADISON AVE


Complainant: DEBRA MANGAS


Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
S Madison Ave in reference to a parking 
complaint. Complainant advised of two 
black Chevy Blazers, which were parked on 
the roadway and causing her to not be able 
to see when backing out of her driveway. 

Officers responded and discovered that 
both vehicles were parked legally and were 
not in violation of a city parking ordinance. 

Officer attempted to make contact with the 
complainant, but she was not home.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186662
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Speak To Officer
981 N ELLSWORTH AVE



Complainant: SHANE BAGLEY


Officer responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant in reference to 
a verbal dispute. Complainant advised that 
he was in a verbal dispute with his wife 
again and wanted to know his options. 
Complainant was advised of his options.




Ptl S. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186661
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Speak To Officer
965 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: ANGELA DEMING


Officer met with a female complainant on 
station in regards to harassment by her land 
lord. The complainant advised that her land 
lord advised her she had to legally provide 
him with a medical document stating she is 
allowed to have a service dog. 

The complainant stated her land lord then 
showed several people around the city the 
paper which contained personal information 
about her. She also advised of several land 
lord / tenant rental issues. 

Officer advised the complainant of her 
options.





Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186660
Date: Thursday, September 27,2018
Civil Matter
965 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: REBECCA DICKEY


Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer about a civil matter. She advised that 
she left a car key at the subjects residence 
and that the subject advised her that he 
was unable to find it in order to return it to 
her. 

Officer advised that an attempt would be 
made to speak with the subject, but she 
was advised of the nature of the complaint 
and provided with her options.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Friday, September 28, 2018
06:49 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186644
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
2875 E STATE ST A 

Report of a motor vehicle lockout in the 
Walmart parking lot. Due to the way the 
vehicle was manufactured, officer was 
unable to unlock it. Kaiser Towing was 
requested to the scene by the owner and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186645
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Speak To Officer
1314 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: PAUL MADISON


Officer responded to the 1300 block of 
Franklin Ave. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that 
someone keeps throwing beer cans in his 
yard. Officers will patrol the area more 
frequent.



Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186646
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 23


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 1200 block of S E 
Blvd in reference to a dispute between a 
juvenile female and an adult female. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with 
both subjects and it was advised that the 
incident was verbal in nature only. The 
female subject advised that she and her 
daughter were at the apartment and sitting 
with the juvenile female until the juvenile's 
mother returns home from work. The female 
subject advised that she was advised by the 
juvenile's mother to take her cell phone 
away if she begins acting up. She advised 
that she took the cell phone away from the 
juvenile and the juvenile began screaming. 

Officers spoke with the juvenile who was 
upset and wanted a family member to sit 
with her instead of the subject and her 
daughter. Officers made contact with the 
juvenile's mother who arranged for a family 
member to respond to the residence. 

The family member responded and the 
juvenile was released to her until her 
mother returned from work.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186647
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
CLEVELAND ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officer was dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Cleveland Street for a report of juveniles 
throwing bricks in the roadway.

Officer responded and observed several 
bricks in the east bound lane with three 
juveniles running away from the road side. 
Officer made contact with the three 
juveniles who were 6-1 0 years of age. The 
juveniles took the bricks from a half wall at 
the Salem Schools Administration Building 
which had already been loose. No new 
damage was found. 

Officer spoke with the juveniles about their 
actions and the consequences to their 
actions. The juveniles then picked all the 
bricks up and put them back in the wall 
where they came from. 

Contact was made with the parents of the 
juveniles who were advised of the complaint 
and their children's actions.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186648
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1723 E THIRD ST


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


Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant on a male subject at an address in 
the 1700 block of E. Third St. Contact was 
made with a male and female resident who 
advised the male no longer resides at the 
address. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186649 
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Traffic Offense
2203 E STATE ST



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


Officer initiated a traffic stop with a Copper 
in color Geo 4dr. in the Shell Station gas 
station parking lot after observing the 
vehicle on the roadway with an expired 
registration. 

The driver, Tyler T. Rohr whom is the owner 
of the vehicle was advised the reason for 
the stop and issued a traffic citation for the 
expired registration. He was given a court 
date of Tuesday October 9th, 2018 at 
08:30a.m. in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. 

Prior to clearing, officer did conduct a 
consent search of the vehicle and found no 
signs of contraband. Officers cleared.



Cited:
Tyler T. Rohr
DOB: 1991
775 W. Wllson St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Expired Registration




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186650
Date: Thursday, September 27,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
1358 JEFFERSON AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Police responded to the 1300 block of 
Jefferson Ave. for a loud music complaint. 
Officers were able to locate the source of 
the music and have the subjects turn it 
down for the evening.




Ptl. Brooks 9144-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186651
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Suspicious person 
855 W State Street
RESTAURANT


Complainant: PTPD, POLICE  (330)332-
1000


On 9/27/2018 officers responded to the 700 
block of W State Street in regards to a 
suspicious male subject walking around the 
area to which the complaint could not 
provide a description. 

Upon arrival officers checked the parking lot 
along with the surrounding area with 
negative contact. Officers then cleared from 
the call without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186652
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
Assist Perry Police
1995 E STATE ST B


Complainant: PERRY TWP, PD


Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center ER to assist Perry Twp. PD. 
They had a male individual on an earlier call 
that was now being combative while 
obtaining treatment. 

Officers remained with the Perry officer until 
the individual had calmed down.




Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186653
Date: Thursday, September 27,2018
Recovered Property


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Complainant dropped off a cell phone 
memory card that she had found. The card 
was turned over to the detective division to 
attempt to locate an owner.



Sgt. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186654
Date: Thursday, September 27,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
563 FRANKLIN ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officers responded to the above location for 
an open 911 phone line. Officers made 
contact with the caretaker of the residence 
and stated everything was fine.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186655
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018
KEY- MV Lockout
2875 E STATE ST A 


Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a motor vehicle lockout. Entry 
was gained.



Ptl D Beeson 09/27/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186656
Date: Thursday, September 27,2018
Check Well Being
547 WALNUT ST


Complainant: SHARON BARRINGER,  
WELLSVILLE, OH

Complainant requested a well being check 
done at the above address due to her not 
being able to get ahold of her son. 

Contact was made at the residence and the 
male was advised to contact his mother.




Sgt. D. Green 051





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186657
Date: Thursday, September 27,2018
Loud Persons
192 W PERSHING ST 2


Officers responded to the above location for 
loud person(s) or a possible dispute. Upon 
arrival, it was found that it was just a few 
individuals hanging out together. No dispute 
noted and they were advised to have fun, 
but try to keep the noise down some.




Sgt. D. Green 051




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Thursday, September 27, 2018
07:34 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186629
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL


Complainant: SRMC, ER 1995 E STATE ST 
SALEM, OH 44460


Officer responded to the Salem hospital for 
a male with an active warrant out of 
Columbiana county. Officer arrived and took 
the male into custody. He was later 
released to a CCSO deputy.


Arrested: Allen S. Vancooney
DOB: 1995
Address: 922 S Union Ave Salem, OH 
(LKA)
Charge: Warrant Failure to Appear- OVI 1st 
offense



Ptl D Beeson 09/26/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186630
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
821 E STATE ST
LIBRARY


Complainant: BRADLEY STEPHENS


Officers responded to above location for a 
report of criminal damage, Officers spoke 
with the complainant who stated sometime 
overnight a window was broken. 

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186631
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Check Well Being
WESTVIEW AVE / E FIFTEENTH ST


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


Officer was requested to check a residence 
at the above location. It was found that the 
residence is unoccupied and everything 
was OK.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 201 86632
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
230 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: JENNA LEFEBVRE


Officer responded to the above location and 
the operator / complainant signed the 
waiver of damages form and officer gained 
entry.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186633
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Hold-Up Alarm
750 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: ADT SECURITY,


Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the home owner/occupant who 
advised it was accidental and all was fine. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186634
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
SEX- Rape
965 S LUNDY AVE


Officers spoke with a complainant at the 
Salem Police Department about an assault 
that happened Monday night at a residence 
in the city. The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186635
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
821 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANON


Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
State St for a report of a suspicious vehicle. 
The complainant advised that several 
people in a car were smoking marijuana. 
Officer arrived and spoke with the 
occupants of the vehicle but found no 
evidence of marijuana use. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 09/26/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186636
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Civil Matter
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil matter, a female subject wanted to 
get her sons belongings from the residence. 
The female subject received the belongings 
and left the residence.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186637
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Check Well Being
480 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave for a request to check the well 
being of a juvenile. Officer arrived and did 
speak with a parent and did observe the 
child. 

The report will be turned over to 
Columbiana County Childrens Services.



Ptl D Beeson 09/26/2018





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186638
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Report of a drive off from the above noted 
location. The vehicle was located and the 
driver was advised of the complaint. He 
returned to the business and rendered 
payment.




Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186639
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
2308 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Officer responded to the 2300 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a motor vehicle lockout. 
Entry was gained.



Ptl D Beeson 09/26/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186641
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Fraud
1364 S LINCOLN AVE 1


Complainant: DONNA LESTER


Officer responded to the above location for 
a reported fraud. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she has been talking to an individual online. 
The individual claimed to be in the military 
and convinced the complainant to buy over 
$2000.00 worth of Amazon and Itunes 
cards. He further advised her that he was 
going to pay her bills. 

The complainant then sent the cards over 
seas to the individual before realizing it was 
a scam.

Refer to Report #'s 20183089 and 
20184344



Sgt. D. Green  051





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186642
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Pink Ticket / Red Warning
400 BLOCK OF E FIFTH ST


Complainant: FRENCH, PTL A 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
a vehicle parked in the 400blk of E. 5th St 
parked left side to curb. Officer issued a red 
warning to the vehicle for the violation.


Ohio registration, HLW2730.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186643
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Suspicious Person
228 VINE AVE


Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
for a report of a suspicious male. Officers 
arrived and located the male who was 
advised to return home and not leave again 
for the evening.




Ptl D Beeson 09/26/2018





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186618
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1800 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 1800 block of E. 
Third St. for a parking complaint. The 
complainant advised that there was a truck 
parked on the side of the road and making it 
difficult for cars to travel past. 

Upon arrival officers observed the vehicle 
illegally parked on the roadway. Contact 
was made with the driver who was standing 
outside. The driver advised that he was 
doing yard work at the residence and they 
were finished and leaving. 

Officers observed the male leave the area 
and then cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186619
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Suspicious Person
491 REILLY AVE D


Complainant: LORI DAVIDSON


Officers responded to the area of Reilly 
school for the call of a suspicious person. A 
complainant advised that the male subject 
was carrying beer and walked up asking for 
money. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the subject. 
He was carrying alcohol however all 
containers were sealed. The male was 
advised to head home for the remainder of 
the evening. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186620
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Check Well Being 
247 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 200 blk of E. 5th 
for a well being check. Complainant advised 
the residence in question does not have 
power nor electric and there were three 
children living there. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
resident who did advised the children in 
question were at the library and she was 
making arrangements for the children to 
stay with relatives for the evening due to the 
utilities being turned off earlier in the day.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186621
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Traffic Offense
1201 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D


Officer conducted a traffic stop for a moving 
violation in the area of Quaker Village. Ptl 
Garber responded and K9 Simon was 
deployed and did indicate to the odor of 
narcotics during the open air sniff of the 
vehicle. 

A search of the vehicle was conducted but 
nothing illegal was located. The driver was 
given a verbal warning for the violation.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186623
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check



Subject on station to turn himself in on an 
active warrant out of Minerva. The warrant 
was confirmed and the subject was taken 
into custody. 

The subject was transported to United High 
School by this officer, where custody was 
transfered to Minerva PD.



ARA: Lonnie A. Wilson
D.O.B.- 1988
LKA- 421 Aetna St.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant- Petty Theft



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186624
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Loud Persons
1347 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


Officer on patrol in Centennial Park heard a 
loud person in the 1300 block of E Pershing 
St. Officer after locating the source found 
there to be no criminal activity occurring 
and the subject to be dealing with an animal 
issue. 

Officer cleared without incident.




PTL. GARBER 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186625
Date: Tuesday, September 25,201 8
Traffic Offense
N UNION AVE / E THIRD ST


Complainant: DeROSE, PTL V 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


While on patrol, this officer initiated a traffic 
stop on N Union near E Third street after 
noticing a vehicle with a loud exhaust fail to 
use a turn signal. While talking with the 
driver, officers did ask for consent to search 
the vehicle.

Permission by the driver and registered 
owner did give officers consent to search 
but nothing illegal was recovered.

Officers issued a warning and cleared 
without further incident.





Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186626
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Loud Music From MV
1761 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to the 1700 block of E. 
State St. for a complaint of loud music. 
Police located two male subjects sitting in a 
business parking. Police spoke with the 
males and advised them to keep the music 
down and they agreed that they would.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Poiice STORY # 20186628
Date: Wednesday, September 26,2018
Suspicious Person
1995 E STATE ST A 
HOSPITAL


Complainant: ER, NURSE


Officers responded to the 1900 block of E 
State Street for a report of a suspicious 
person. Members of the hospital staff did 
inform officers a male checked himself in 
with a suspicious story and would like us to 
respond. 

While talking to the male, he did inform 
officers while moving a coffee table, it 
shattered and cut him. He also advised that 
the incident took place in Damascus. 
Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Wednesday, September 26, 2018
08:32 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186608
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Theft
2511 BENTLEY DR 



Officer(s) responded to the 2500 block of 
Bentley for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the victim as well as staff 
members from the facility. Due to the nature 
of the incident the matter will be turned over 
to a Detective.

Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186609
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Suspicious Person 
110 BENTON RD SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a suspicious person. 
Upon arrival, contact was made and the 
subject was found to be fine.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186610
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Traffic Signal Malfunction
E PERSHING ST / S LINCOLN 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer@) responded to the area of South 
Lincoln and East Pershing St for a report of 
a malfunctioning traffic signal. 

On arrival officers checked and found the 
signal to be functioning properly. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186611
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / SOUTHEAST BLVD


Unit #1 Driver: Tabitha Townsend, SALEM, 
OH 
Owner: FRANK FERRI, LEWIS CENTER, 
OH 

Unit #2 Driver: RICHELLE AMEDURI, 
SALEM, OH 
Owner: ERIC AMEDURI, SALEM, OH


Officers responded to the area of Southeast 
Blvd. and E. State St. for a motor vehicle 
accident. Unit #1 which was north bound on 
Southeast Blvd. backed into Unit #2 which 
was also north bound on Southeast Blvd. 
Unit #1 sustained no damage while Unit #2 
sustained minor damage. 

The driver of Unit #1 was issued a citation 
for lmproper backing and License Forfeiture 
Suspension.


Cited: Tabitha Townsend D.0.B 1983
Cited: lmproper Backing (ORD: 331.13), 
License Forfeiture Suspension (ORD: 
335.07)



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186613
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Suspicious Person
193 S LINCOLN AVE 


Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
South Lincoln for a report of a suspicious 
person / vehicle. 

Officers located the vehicle in question 
driving in the 1000 block of East Pershing 
St. Officers did not observe any type of 
suspicious activity. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186614
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation


Officers responded to the 600 block of S. 
Madison Ave for a parking complaint. The 
owner (mother) of the vehicle was 
contacted at her residence and advised of 
the complaint. She was also advised of the 
city ordinance stating that the cars could not 
sit there for longer than 48 hours without 
being moved. Officers cleared.


Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police Deoartment #: 20186612
Date: Tuesday, September 25, 2018
KEY- MV Lockout 


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Washington Ave. for a motor vehicle 
lockout. Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
registered owner. A waiver of damages was 
signed and entry was gained to the vehicle. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186616
Date: Tuesday, September 25,2018
Accident Private Property
175 W STATE ST 
SPEEDWAY GAS STATION



Unit 1-  Driver/Owner: ALLAN DOUTY , 
DEERFIELD, OH


Unit 2- Driver: CHRISTOPHER MAYS,  
SALEM, OH 
Owner: CONSTANCE SHIPLEY ,  SALEM, 
OH


Officers responded to the 100 block of W. 
State St. for a traffic crash on private 
property. Officers spoke to the both male 
drivers. Both parties advised that the driver 
of Unit #1 backed out of a parking spot and 
Unit 1's rear right bumper struck Unit 2's 
side near the rear right tire. 

No one was cited for the collision because it 
occurred on private property. Both parties 
were given copies of the report number and 
photos were taken of the damage. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186615
Date: Tuesday, September 25, 2018
900 FAIR AVE SALEM



Complainant: SALEM CITY, ZONING

Officer responded with the City Housing 
Inspector to the 900 block of Fair to tow two 
vehicles from the rear of the residence. 

On arrival officers stood by until the 
vehicles were removed by two local towing 
companies. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186588
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
Accident No Injury
1754 SHADY LN

Complainant: KIMBERLY HOFFMAN


Officers responded to a motor vehicle traffic 
crash which there was a possible 
confrontation between parties after the 
crash. 

Officers arrived to find the driver of the car 
and owner of the property speaking in the 
driveway of the property owner. There was 
no confrontation between parties. Driver 
advised he was on his way home from work 
and fell asleep. His car traveled off the right 
side of the road, running over the mailbox 
and then driving into the wooden privacy 
fence then back out into the road. 

Officers took photos of the property 
damages and a cite was issued to the driver 
for reasonable control. Information was 
exchanged between parties.


cited: Lesley J. Fender 990 E 15th St., 
Salem, OH 44460 
charge: reasonable control, 331.34 Failure 
to Control, Weaving, Full Time Attention
dob: 1972



Ptl. Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186590
Date: Monday, September 24,2018
Obstructed Roadway
200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of the 
alley behind East State St. (south side) for a 
report of debris in the roadway. 

On arrival officers located a brick in the 
road that had fallen from one of the 
surounding buildings. 

Officers contacted the FDA who responded 
to the area to check on the building.  While 
on scene officers spoke with a business 
owner who had some concerns about the 
garbage around a dumpster in the area.  

Officers had dispatch contact Zoning so 
they could respond to the area as well 
Officers cleared.




PTA R Kestrel 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186592
Date: Monday, September 24,2018
Accidental Damage 
E PERSHING ST / S UNION A


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


Officers responded to the area of E 
Pershing St and S. Union Ave. for possible 
damage to a road sign. Officers
determined that the stop sign located on the 
south west side of E Pershing St and S. 
Union Ave. had been struck by workers 
fixing an Electrical pole. Officers advised 
that it just needed to be staked back in and 
that here was no damage to the sign itself.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186595
Date: Monday, September 24,2018
Protection Order Violation
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: BRENDA CARDER


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd. for a complaint of a 
protection order violation. 

The female complainant advised that an 
individual that her daughter has a protection 
order against had said he was going to 
come over to gather his belongings. The 
daughter was not present at the time. 

The woman was advised to contact the 
police if the daughter was home and the 
male came to the residence. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186596
Date: Monday, September 24,2018
Accident MV vs Pedestrian
1125 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the corner of 
Woodland Ave. and E. State St. along with 
the FD and EMT for a call of a male being 
struck by a motor vehicle. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the male 
pedestrian as well as witnesses. The 
pedestrian denied medical treatment. 

Photographs were taken of the minor 
injuries sustained. Witnesses advised that 
the pedestrian was crossing Woodland Ave. 
westbound on E. State St. when a motor 
vehicle made a left-hand turn from E. State 
St. onto Woodland Ave. striking the male in 
the calf. 

Witnesses advised that the male driver got 
out of the car spoke momentarily with the 
pedestrian and then got in his car and drove 
off. Witnesses provided officers with the 
license plate and contact was made with 
the male at his residence where he was 
issued a citation for striking the pedestrian 
in a cross walk. Officers cleared.


Ptl. M. King



CITED: RICHARD MCLAUGHLIN
DOB: 1945
ADDRESS: 1025 HOMEWOOD AVE. 
SALEM, OH 44460
OFFENSE: PEDESTRIAN IN CROSS 
WALK


PTL. KING




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186598
Date: Monday, September 24,2018
Interior Motion
550 E STATE ST


Complainant: 21ST, CENTURY 


Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
State St for a interior motion alarm. The 
exterior of the building was found to be 
locked and secure. The keyholder advised 
dispatch that a dog was inside possibly 
setting off the alarm. Officers cleared the 
scene without incident.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186601
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
Obstructed Roadway
120 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to the intersection of 
Lincoln Ave and E. State St. The 
complainant advised that a vehicle had 
drove through the road closed sign. Police 
set the barrier back up. No damage or 
vehicle was observed.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186602
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
207 ROSE AVE


Officers responded to the 200 block of Rose 
Ave for an unruly juvenile. The parents 
were advised the process to file unruly 
charges at the Juvenile Court. 

Officers spoke with the juvenile and advised 
that the juvenile officer would also be made 
aware of the situation.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186603
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
Check Well Being
2226 EDGEWOOD DR


Officer responded to 2226 Edgewood Rd. to 
do a security check of a residence. Upon 
arrival, the residence was checked and no 
issues were found. Officer cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186604
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
443 CONTINENTAL DR 49

ARA CRIHFIELD, JEREMY THOMAS 443 
CONTINENTAL DR APT 49 SALEM, OH 
44460 2571 (234) 567-4841

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


Officers arrested 31 year old male, Jeremy 
T. Crihfield at his residence of 443 
Continental Dr. Apt.#49 on an active 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Dept. on an assault charge. 

Mr. Crihfield was transported to the Salem 
Police Dept. for processing and later 
released to a Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Dept. Deputy and transported to the jail. 
Officers cleared without incident.


Arrestee:
Jeremy T. Crihfield
DOB: 1987
443 Continental Dr. Apt.#49
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant for Assault




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186605
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
Check Well Being
S UNION AVE / E PERSHING STREET

Complainant: ERIN HUDSON

Police responded to E. Pershing St near 
Union Ave for a male subject on a 
motorized wheelchair. The complainant 
advised the subject was riding in the middle 
of the road. 

When Police arrived the subject was riding 
on the side of the road with flashing lights. 
The subject was reminded to be cautious to 
traffic.



Ptl Osberg #915/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186606
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
Intoxicated Person
231 S BROADWAY AVE


Officer spoke with an intoxicated male 
subject whom came on station requesting a 
ride to his residence in the 1200 block of 
Depot Rd. Officer was able to make contact 
with the subject's father who resides at the 
same residence. The father responded to 
the police dept. to pick him up.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Tuesday, September 25, 2018
09:38 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186588
Date: Monday, September 24,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1754 SHADY LN


Complainant: KIMBERLY HOFFMAN, A 
1517 SHADY LANE SALEM, OH


Officers responded to a motor vehicle traffic 
crash which there was a possible 
confrontation between parties
after the crash. Officers arrived to find the 
driver of the car and owner of the property 
speaking in the driveway of the property 
owner. There was no confrontation between 
parties. Driver advised he was on his way 
home from work and fell asleep. His car 
traveled off the right side of the road, 
running over the mailbox and then driving 
into the wooden privacy fence then back out 
into the road. 

Officers took photos of the property 
damages and a cite was issued to the driver 
for reasonable control. 

Information was exchanged between 
parties.



cited: Lesley J. Fender 990 E 15th St., 
Salem, OH 44460 
dob: 1972
charge: reasonable control, 331.34 Failure 
to Control. Weaving. Full Time Attention




Ptl. Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186594
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
641 E PERRY ST SALEM



Officers responded to a home in the 600 
block of E. Perry St. or a breaking and 
entering report. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the female 
complainant. The female advised that she 
was looking after the house for the 
homeowners. She had left for a period of 
time and when she returned the money that 
had been left behind by the homeowners for 
her was missing. 

Officers conducted a protective sweep of 
the residence and located no one inside. 
There was also no sign of a forced entry. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186591
Date: Monday, September 24,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1015 E STATE ST
PAPA JOHNS PIZZA


Dispatch received a call regarding a semi 
truck involved in an accident near Papa 
John's Pizza at Ohio Ave. and State St. The 
truck had allegedly struck some wires and a 
utility pole causing live wires to be down. 

Upon arrival officers found the truck on 
Ohio Ave. facing southbound. A large piece 
of utility pole was stuck diagonally between 
the tractor and trailer with wires still 
attached. There was debris from the pole 
and truck on the road. The pole was 
originally on the curb lawn just south of the 
Papa John's store. It was sheared off at the 
base with it now lodged between the tractor 
and trailer. Salem Fire Dept had also 
responded along with Ohio Edison and 
Kaiser Towing.

During the course of this incident, multiple 
traffic signals in town had lost power along 
with many residents and even the Salem 
High School. Unknown how long the power 
was out in the several areas. 

Papa John's had to close per Lt. Casto. 

The truck driver was not injured and 
admitted to driving on E. State St. from the 
east end of town, to Ohio Ave. where he 
drove through the parking lot at Papa 
John's Piua. At least two witness advised 
that the truck had stopped in front of the 
funeral home across the street and then the 
driver "reved the engine" and drove through 
the Papa John lot at a high rate of speed 
striking the wires and causing the damages 
to the pole and truck.

In the process of hitting the wires the pole 
at State St. was pulled south from the top 
causing that pole to lean heavily towards 
the south. This was a 53' long trailer. 

Officers and Fire fighters cleared persons 
from the area until Ohio Edison crew could 
remove the pole from the truck. 

The driver was cited and explained why and 
also advised of his court options to contest 
the charge or pay the fines and costs.



Unit 1 2019 Freightliner Cascadian
driver: llya Y. Boyko 355 McMillin Blvd. 
Boiling Springs SC 29316 dob: 1985
cited: driving upon a closed road / reckless 
operation
owner: Carolina Transportation Inc.
insurance company: Wesco Insurance 
Company

pol # WMC1051811

(2) fixed objects struck: AT&T / cable wires 
and (2) utility poles in the 100 blk of Ohio 
Ave.



Ptl. Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186576
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2511 BENTLEY DR


Complainant: GAIL PETERSON


Officer was dispatched to a business in the 
2500 block of Bentley Drive for a dispute 
between two patients. 

Officer responded and spoke with the 
complainant, an employee, who advised 
that a male subject threatened her and 
another male subject. The complainant 
advised that the male was using multiple 
curse words and stating that he would hit 
her and the other male. 

Officer spoke with the other male subject 
who advised he was attempting to get out 
the front door and the male would not let 
him out. He then told the male to move and 
the male started to yell at him and told him 
he would hit him. A witness advised the 
same as the complainant and male. 

Officer then spoke with the male who 
allegedly made the threats and he stated 
the other male started the incident by telling 
him to get out of his way when exiting the 
building. The male admitted to using foul 
language towards the complainant and 
other subject stating that no one tells him 
what to do. He stated that he would have 
fought back if he was touched by one of 
them. 

Officer advised both male subjects to stay 
away from each other and not have contact.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186577
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
1158 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Officer responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland in reference to an unknown 
problem that came in via 911. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with a 
juvenile and his mother who advised that 
they did not call 911 and that everything 
was okay. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186578
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Barking Dog
700 BLOCK OF PROSPECT ST


Complainant: ANNONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINT


Officer was flagged down by a resident in 
the 700 block of Prospect St regarding 
several dogs barking persistently 
somewhere East of that location. 

The source of two different dogs was 
located and contact was made with the 
owner/caretaker of both animals who 
subsequently corrected the issue. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186579
Date: Sunday, September 23, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
180 HAWLEY AVE 


Complainant: Nikki Lee


Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Hawley Ave in reference to a verbal dispute 
outside in the area. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
complainant who advised that two female 
juveniles had come up to her kids outside 
and had yelled a curse word at them, which 
prompted the caller to tell the females to 
leave her children alone. 

The father of the females responded to the 
scene and a verbal dispute occurred 
between him and the complainant. No 
physical violence had occurred and all 
parties separated for the night. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186580
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Child in Roadway
200 BLOCK OF W SIXTEENTH STREET

Complainant: Daniel Soules



Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
W 16th St in reference to children in the 
roadway. Complainant advised that children 
were riding their bikes in the roadway and 
he was fearful that they would be struck by 
a vehicle. 

Officer checked the area, but there were no 
signs of children outside. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186582
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Reckless Operator
292 W STATE ST B


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 


Officer was responding to the area of 
Stadium GMC Cadilac for a report of a 
reckless vehicle. The complainant was able 
to provide a vehicle description and give a 
license plate. 

Officer never made it to the area of Stadium 
due to the vehicle in question pulling into 
the parking lot behind the Police 
Department and hittng a parked car.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186583
Date: Sunday, September 23, 2018
Accident Private Property
231 S BROADWAY AVE B 


Complainant: Brooks, PTL C




Unit # 1, 2005 KIA 4s, Driver/Owner: 
MARJORIE CATLOS 


Unit # 2, Parked, 2011 CHEV 4s BLU, 
Owner: LACEY THRASHER 



While leaving the Police Department to 
respond to a complaint of a reckless vehicle 
officer observed the vehicle in question pull 
into the PD parking lot and back into a 
parked car. 

Officer took photos of the damage. 

The driver of the vehicle advised officer that 
she could not see to drive at night. The 
driver of the vehicle was cited. The driver of 
the vehicle was given a courtesy transport 
home. 

Officer parked the subjects vehicle in the 
parking lot. Officer advised the driver of the 
vehicle she could retrieve her vehicle in the 
daytime.



Cited: Marjorie L. Catlos
DOB: 1926
Offense: Wrong Way On One Way Road 
ORD 331.30, Improper Backing ORD 
331.13




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186584
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Reckless Operator
1000 BLOCK OF W STATE ST


Officers responded to the above location to 
check the area for a reckless operator. 
Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question.




Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186585
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
579 AETNA ST 


Complainant: BOBBI HOFFMAN


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Aetna St in reference to a dispute. 

Complainant had called 911 and reported 
that she was inside a bedroom and multiple 
people were attempting to break down the 
door and physically harm her. It was 
learned that the female did not know the 
address to where she was, but had gone to 
this residence with another male. She 
reported that the male had left her there. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
residents who advised that the female 
complainant was upstairs in a bedroom and 
they wanted her to leave. 

Officers made contact with the female who 
advised that she wanted to leave, but was 
fearful of the residents down stairs. She 
was escorted from the home and given a 
courtesy transport to the police department 
to await a ride home.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186586
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Check Well Being
406 FRANKLIN AVE 1/2


Complainant: PATRICE TUBBS 


Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
Franklin Avenue to check the well being of 
three juveniles. The complainant advised 
that pictures of the residence were shown 
to her which had bed bugs and roaches. 
The complainant also advised that narcotics 
were being sold at the residence. 

Officer responded and made contact with 
the female resident who was advised of the 
complaint. The female stated that a family 
member lived with her a while back who 
was involved in drugs, but she made the 
individual leave when she found out. The 
resident also advised she did have some 
issues with bugs in the house, but is 
currently taking care of the problem. 

Officer spoke with the only juvenile present 
who advised she was fine and appeared to 
be.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186587
Date: Monday, September 24, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
836 NEWGARDEN AVE


Owner JOSHUA OWEN 


On 9/24/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 800 block of Newgarden Ave in regards 
to a car vs deer. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the driver of 
the vehicle and gathered his information. 
The deer that was struck by his vehicle was 
still on scene and was injured on the 
impact.

Officers then dispatched the deer by firing 
one round. Once the deer was taken care of 
and officers had everything they needed 
from the complainant they cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186570
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Theft
2225 EDGEWOOD DR 


Complainant: BETTY QUINN


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of theft. 

Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated during an incident on Friday an 
unknown subject(s) stole items from her.

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186571
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Domestic Dispute Report


Officers responded to the 2100 block of 
Monroe Ave for a report of a loud persons1 
domestic dispute report. 

Officers arrived and found that two females 
were in an extremely loud argument and 
that one of the females had reportedly 
attempted to gain control of a knife to harm 
herself. 

The Salem FD and EMT did respond and 
the female was pink slipped and 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center for evaluation. All parties involved 
were also given a disorderly conduct 
warning and advised that further contact 
that day was likely not wise.




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186572
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Skaters . Bicycles In Roadway
1100 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST



Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of juveniles riding their bicycles in 
the roadway. Officers observed two male 
juveniles riding their bicycles in the 
roadway. 

Officers spoke with both males and advised 
them not to ride in the roadway for their 
safety. Both juveniles complied and said 
they would stay off the roadway.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186573
SDate: Sunday, September 23,2018
Child Custody Dispute
711 E FIFTH ST 


Complainant: BEVERLY TEMPLE, 
PENNSYLVANIA AVE E. LIVERPOOL, OH 
43920


Officers responded to the above location for 
a child custody dispute. 

The complainant advised that her two 
children reside with her in East Liverpool. 
She advised that they visit their father each 
weekend at the above address, but now he 
was refusing to return them. 

Both parties advised that they are still 
legally married, but have been separated 
for several years. No custody or court 
papework was in place as to who is to have 
custody. 

This officer spoke with both parties for quite 
sometime along with the prosecutor on call. 
It was determined that the children should 
return to E. Liverpool with their mother 
since that is where they reside and attend 
school. The father was advised that he 
should get some type of custody 
established through the court system since 
he wished to have primary custody.


Both parties were calm and reasonable 
during the process.




Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186574
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
WalMart

Complainant: NANCY MCKENZIE


Officer responded to Walmart for a report of 
shoplifting that occurred the previous 
evening. An unknown male had entered the 
store and stole $319.61 worth of 
merchandise from the store. 

The information was gathered and the 
incident is under investigation.




Ptl D Beeson 09/23/2018



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186575
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Underage Consumption
356 E THIRD ST


Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to several underage Hispanic 
males drinking. It was advised that the 
residence was vacant and the subjects 
were not supposed to be in there. It was 
also advised that a fight had occurred inside 
and one of the subjects was bleeding and 
another possibly had a knife. 

Officers were able to hear the subjects 
running around inside the residence and 
they were refusing to answer the door. A 
translator was also on scene and the 
subjects still refused to comply. 

Officers along with K9 Argo forced entry 
into the residence and made contact with 3 
Hispanic males , whom were then taken 
into custody.

The 3 males were transported to the station 
for processing. Two of the males were 
charged with Underage Consumption and 
the 3rd male , whom was a juvenile, was 
charged with Delinquency. The 2 adult 
males were transported to the county jail 
while the juvenile was released to a 
guardian.



ARRESTED : Mario Tomas 
212 E.4TH ST 
Salem OH 44460 
DOB 2000 


Marcus Ralios
625 E.4TH ST
Salem OH 44460
DOB 2000




Ptl. LaRosa 907-059





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186569
Date: Sunday, September 23,2018
Speak To Officer
CENTENNIAL PARK 
PARK PLAYGROUND


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


Officer in Centennial Park was flagged 
down by a female who needed to speak 
with an officer about a personal issue. 

Officer provided her with her options and 
cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186568
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Assist Other Agency
231 S BROADWAY AVE B



Complainant: PD, GOSHEN 0 (330)740-
7900


Officer responded to the police department 
to assist the Goshen Police Department 
with an OVI test. Officer utilized the 
lntoxilyzer 8000 on the subject and obtained 
a reading of .199g/210L of breath. 

Officer also witnessed the reading of the 
BMV 2255 which was read by the Goshen 
officer to the subject.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186567
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Child Custody Dispute
1430 E TENTH ST 


Complainant: BRANDI BUTLER


Officer responded to the 1400 block of 
E.Tenth St. for a custody issue. 

The complainant advised officer that her 
kids were at her sisters house and that the 
sister wouldn't let her take them with her. 

After further investigation it was found that 
the complainant/mother of the children had 
consumed alcoholic beverages earlier in the 
evening, which is why the sister did not 
wish to allow the children to depart with 
their mother. 

Officer administered field sobriety tests and 
while the mother was not in excess of the 
state limits to operate a vehicle, she was 
affirmed to be slightly intoxicated, and for 
concern for the children's well being she 
was advised she was not able to take the 
kids unless she could find a ride. 

The children's father arrived on scene and 
advised he was staying at the residence 
and the kids could stay with him. 

After further discussion the kids stayed at 
the residence with their father.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186566
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Audible Alarm
2300 E STATE ST


Officers responded to a report of a car 
alarm sounding in the lot of a business in 
the 2300 block of E State St. It was quiet 
when officer arrived, however a key holder 
arrived shortly thereafter and advised he 
had triggered the vehicle alarm a short time 
earlier but had to leave to get a key for the 
vehicle. 

The key-holder subsequently parked the 
vehicle inside the business. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186565
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1953 PEARCE CR 


Officer responded to the area of Pearce Cr 
and Stonecastle Tr for a report of a 
person(s) ringing door bells and running 
away. 

Officer remained in the area and did not 
observe or hear anyone other than an 
individual at a distant residence calling for a 
pet. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186564
Date: Saturday, September 22,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
996 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: VICTORIA STEWART


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave in reference to an unknown 
problem, which came in via 911. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
complainant who advised that there was no 
emergency, but she was having a problem 
with her 21 year old granddaughter. 
Complainant advised that her 
granddaughter had entered her residence 
uninvited and took a bottle of apple cider 
and then left the residence. 

Complainant advised that her 
granddaughter wasn't welcome at the 
residence, but she didn't have any contact 
information for her. 

Officer advised complainant to call back if 
the subject returned. Officer cleared.





Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186563
Date: Saturday, September 22,2018
Suspicious Activity
2142 PEARCE CR 


Complainant: HARRY HOFFMEISTER


Officer responded to the 21 00 block of 
Pearce Circle for suspicious activity. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
knocked on their door and left. 

Officer checked the area, but wasn't able to 
locate anyone.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186562
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Loud Music (Residence)
JENNINGS AVE / W STATE ST


Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of 
W. State Street for a report of loud music. 
Officer observed numerous vehicles and 
people at a business in the area playing 
loud music. The business is located in a 
commercial zone, but the owner stated he 
would make sure the music was turned off 
by 10 p.m., which is the time stated in the 
city ordnance for residential zones.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186561
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
325 W STATE ST 

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


Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
State St in reference to a verbal dispute. 
Officer was advised by a Perry Township 
police officer of two males arguing in the 
parking lot of Pizza Hut. 

Officers made contact with the two male 
who advised that they were arguing over 
relationship issues. No sign of physical 
violence was observed and officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186560
Date: Saturday, September 22,2018
Audible Alarm
1730 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: VIVID, ALARM 


Police responded to the 1700 block of 
Cleveland St. for a residential alarm. Upon 
arriving the alarm company called to cancel 
the alarm. Officer did ensure the exterior of 
the residence was secure before clearing.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186559
Date: Saturday, September 22,2018
Runaway / Missing
1449 E STATE ST


Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND


Officer was dispatched to the 1400 block of 
E. State Street for a runaway juvenile 
complaint. Officer responded and was 
advised by the complainant that a juvenile 
resident of her home left the home without 
permission around 6:34pm. 

The complainant advised the juvenile got in 
to a white sedan, possibly an early 2000 
model Ford, and the vehicle left east bound 
on E. State Street. 

Officer obtained the necessary information 
for the juvenile and she was entered in to 
LEADS as runaway/missing.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186558
Date: Saturday, September 22, 201 8
MV Lockout
1995 E STATE ST A
PARKING GARAGE


Officer responded to the Hospital parking 
garage for a motor vehicle lockout. The 
owner of the vehicle filled out a waiver of 
damages form. Officer was able to gain 
entry into the vehicle.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186557
Domestic In Progress
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a domestic dispute. 

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with both parties. It was advised that the 
subject , Trevor Lodge , had grabbed the 
victim by her throat and then began to drag 
her up the driveway by her arms , causing 
injury to her arms, throat and back. 

Trevor was taken into custody and began 
pulling away from officers and rolling 
around while on the ground. Trevor was 
taken directly to jail and later charged with 
Domestic Violence , Resisting Arrest and 
Escape.




Ptl. S.LaRosa 907/059



ARRESTED : Trevor A. Lodge
766 Southeast Blvd
Salem OH 44460
DOB 1994





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Sunday, September 23, 2018
07:16 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186550
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
THEFT
863 MORRIS AVE 


Complainant: Matthew GARROD


The complainant responded to this 
department to report his new cell phone 
was to be delivered to his residence 
yesterday. He advised that he checked with 
UPS and they advised that the phone was 
delivered yesterday at 1227 hrs. 

The complainant discovered that the phone 
was reportedly delivered to his old address. 
He stated he went to his old Woodland Ave. 
address and checked with the current 
resident, who advised that they did not 
receive any package. 

The complainant was given the report 
number so he can contact Sprint and have 
the incident corrected.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186551
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
491 E PERRY ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle parked in the curb 
lawn, Officers made contact with the owner 
and the vehicle was moved into the 
driveway.





Ptl. Wirkner 916-092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186552
Date: Saturday, September 22,2018
Ambulance Needed 
W STATE ST / N HOWARD AVE 


Police and First Responders responded to 
the area of N. Howard Ave. and W. State 
St. for a male juvenile laying in the roadway. 
Upon arriving there was already several of 
the juveniles family members present who 
advised they were unsure of what 
happened. 

The subject did have a minor injury to his 
hand, with no other visible injuries. The 
subject was transported to Salem Regional 
Medical Center by KLG.




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186553
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
MV Lockout
2333 E STATE ST B


Motor vehicle lockout at the above location. 
Officer responded and gained entry without 
incident.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186555
Date: Saturday, September 22,2018
Open Burning
N UNION AVE / E SIXTH ST


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


Officer observed smoke in the above area 
and stopped to check it out. It was observed 
to be open burning in a fire pit and there 
was no issue. Officer cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186556
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Distraught / Upset Person
200 E SECOND ST D


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a female screaming and acting 
distraught. Contact was made with the 
female and she had her young child with 
her. She appeared upset and was crying. 
She advised that she and her boyfriend had 
an argument but nothing physical had taken 
place. 

The boyfriend had left the area on foot prior 
to arrival. 

The female had calmed down and advised 
that she was going home for the remainder 
of the evening.




Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186549
Date: Saturday, September 22,2018
Assist Other Agency
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERRY ST 


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

On 9/22/2018 officers observed an OSP 
trooper out on a traffic stop in the 800 block 
of S. Lincoln Ave. Officers then called out to 
dispatch that they would be out with OSP to 
make sure that the trooper was okay. 

When it was discovered the state trooper 
was okay and had finished conducting his 
traffic stop both the trooper and Salem 
officers then cleared.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186548
Date: Saturday, September 22,2018
Check Well Being
1816 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: ANNALYNN RAYLE, 
HANOVERTON, OH 44423 


Officers responded to the 1800 block of S. 
E. Blvd. to check the well being of the 
subject. Complainant reported that the 
subject advised her that he wanted to harm 
himself and would like to surrender his 
firearm to the police department. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subject, who advised that he was having 
suicidal thoughts and wanted to get medical 
help. At the subject's request, officers took 
possession of the firearm and The Salem 
Fire Department and EMT Ambulance were 
requested to the scene. 

The subject was transported to the SRMC 
for treatment.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186547
Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Domestic Dispute Report
944 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


On 9/22/2018 officers repsonded to the 900 
block of E. 4th Street in regards to a 
domestic call. Upon arrival officers spoke 
with the complainant, who had called the 
incident in, as well as the subject who was 
involved. 

After speaking with the male half involved in 
the domestic dispute he had stated that he 
slammed doors to try and keep his 
neighbors from making too much noise. 

Officers then cleared.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186546
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Suspicious Activity
2875 E STATE ST E


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


On 9/21/2018 officers responded to the 
2800 block of E. State Street in regards to a 
large group of people in a business parking 
lot putting flyers on vehicles windshields. 
Upon arrival officers checked the area and 
could not find a group of people in the 
parking lot nor did they observe any flyers 
on any windshields. Officers then cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186545
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
1594 MANOR DR 


Complainant: TWP, PERRY 


Officers were requested to check a 
residence in the 1500 block of Manor Drive 
in Perry Township due to the Perry 
Township Police Department on other calls. 

Officers were advised that there was a 
security alarm at the residence and possible 
burglary in progress. Officers responded 
and upon arriving in the area were advised 
that a neighbor was knocking on the door to 
check on the female resident and no 
response was needed.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20186544
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Assist Perry Police
441 BENTON RD


Complainant: TWP, PERRY

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Benton Rd to assist the Perry Township 
Police Department with a burglary in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officer entered the residence 
with Perry Township PD and the four 
subjects were subsequently detained. 

After the investigation, Perry Township PD 
took two of the subjects into custody for 
active arrest warrants out of Columbiana 
County. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186543
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Domestic In Progress
291 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
N. Madison Avenue for a domestic in 
progress. Officers responded and made 
contact with a female subject who advised 
that her 4yoa daughter called the police. 
The subject advised she had a verbal 
argument with her boyfriend who had 
already left the residence. 

Officers observed a small mark on her 
upper lip which she stated was from her 
dog earlier in the day. The subject advised 
there was no physical violence.


Officers checked the area, but the male 
party was not located.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186542
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Suspicious Person
1009 E SIXTH ST 


Complainant: DESARAE LEACH


Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of E. Sixth Street for a report of suspicious 
persons knocking on the complainants door. 
Officers responded and spoke with the 
complainant who stated that several 
unknown subjects knocked on her door and 
when she looked out all she seen was a 
large amount of yellow and red balloons. 

The complainant advised she did not 
answer the door and the subjects left in an 
unknown direction. Officers checked the 
area, but no persons were located.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186541
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: CHRISTINE BOURNE


Officer was dispatched to WalMart on E. 
State Street for a theft report. Officer 
responded and was advised by the 
complainant that another employee 
witnessed a male and female subject steal 
merchandise. 

The complainant advised the subjects 
selected five trail cameras, two SD cards 
and a camera that mounts to a bow. The 
subjects then removed the items from the 
packaging and concealed them in a purse. 
The subjects then left the store without 
rendering payment. 

Information on the suspects vehicle and 
photographs of them were obtained. A total 
of $761.76 was stolen. A report number was 
provided.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186540
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Severe Weather Damage
WESTERN RESERVE AVE / PAINTER


Complainant: TWP, PERRY


Limb was found blocking part of roadway on 
Painter Rd. west of Western Reserve. Limb 
was able to be pushed off to the side of the 
roadway.



Sgt. John Scheets




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186539
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Severe Weather Damage
SULEA DR / W SIXTH ST


Tree fell across Suela Dr. between W. 6th 
St. and W. 7th St.. Tree was able to be 
removed from the roadway.




Sgt. John Scheets





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Saturday, September 22, 2018
08:16 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186525
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / E PERSHING ST


Unit #1: Ohio registration, EZU8625 2012 
Honda 2Dr Accord Silver in color
Owner/Operator: Vasilios Economous 30 
Montgonery Dr #1 Canfield, Ohio 44406


Unit #2: Ohio registration, HJT8707 2018 
Chevrolet TK Silverado Red in color
Owner/Operator: Danny Miller 857 Arch St 
Salem, Ohio 44460



Unit #1 was stopped behind Unit #2 
heading east bound on E. Pershing at the 
intersection of Southeast Blvd for the traffic 
signal.  Unit #2 backed up attempting to 
allow a tractor trailer to make a right hand 
turn off of Southeast Blvd onto E. Pershing 
to head west bound. Unit #2 backed into 
Unit #1's left front corner and quarter panel 
area with it's right rear corner area. 

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




Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186526
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Audible Alarm Ck
992 E. State St.

Complainant: 21 ST CENTURY, ALARM


Officers responded to the above location for 
an alarm drop, Officers located an 
employee who set the alarm off 
accidentally.




Ptl. M. Wirkner 915/092.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186527
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Audible Alarm
250 PENN AVE


Complainant: 21ST CENTURY ALARM, 
ALARM 

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and was checking the exterior when the 
alarm company called back and advised to 
cancel the alarm.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY # 20186528
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Accident With Injury
PENN AVE / COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: SANOR INSURANCE,

Unit #1: Ohio registration, PVC8972 2014 
Freight liner TK (truck #94402) White in 
color
Maine registration, 198626A (trailer #75468) 
White in color
Owner: Interstate Truckway IncICrosset 
Company 1745 Dreman Ave Cincinnati, 
Ohio 45223
Operator: Jason Satterfield 71 0 Taylor St 
SW Massillon, Ohio 44647


Unit #2: Ohio registration, GW8716 2016 
Chevrolet 4s Cruze Red in color
Owner: Thomas Quinn 1573 Ridgewood Dr 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Betty Quinn 2225 Edgewood Dr 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was east bound on Columbia St 
approaching Penn Ave. Unit #2 was south 
bound on Penn Ave and failed to stop for 
the legally posted stop sign for Penn Ave 
going out into the roadway of Columbia St. 
Unit #1 was at the intersection when Unit #2 
came out onto the roadway. Unit # 1 striking 
Unit #2 in the right side with it's front.

Operator of Unit #2 was transported by 
EMT ambulance to St E's. Unit #2 was 
towed by AAA. No injury was reported by 
Unit #1's operator. 

Operator of Unit #2 will be issued a citation 
for stop sign 331.19 and given a court date 
when released from the hospital.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186529
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
MV Lockout
E STATE 2900 BLOCK A


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle lockout, Officers were 
able to gain access to the vehicle.



Ptl. M. Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186530
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
1220 SOUTHEAST BLVD 6 


Complainant: TERESA TURNEY


The complainant contacted this department 
to report problems she is having with a 
male individual. She was given advice and 
advised to stay away from the individual.



Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186531
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Dog At Large
S LINCOLN AVE / SUMMIT ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a dog at large, Officers checked the area 
and were unable to locate the dog.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186532
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
2586 E STATE ST A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a dog left in a vehicle in a 
parking lot unattended. 

Officers observed the vehicle with all four 
windows down and the dog appeared to be 
fine. While checking the dog a male subject 
came up to the vehicle and stated that was 
his dog and his vehicle. Officers advised the 
male subject of the complaint.




Ptl. M.Wirknet-916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186533
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Medical Problem / Assist
408 S ELLSWORTH AVE B


Caller reported a female passed out on the 
porch at 408 S. Ellsworth Ave. The first 
responders checked on her and she was 
just sleeping.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186534
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Pink Ticket / Red Warning Issued
647 OHIO AVE


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


While on patrol Officers observed a vehicle 
parked on the roadway that had been sitting 
in the same spot for several weeks. Officers 
tagged the vehicle with a Red 48 hour 
removal tag or it will be towed.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186535
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Dog At Large
1378 S LINCOLN AVE


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


While on routine patrol this officer was 
south bound on S. Lincoln by Homestead 
Lane . A brown & black medium size dog 
was on the west side of the roadway and 
almost got struck by another vehicle 
heading southbound behind car #6.

Officer went around the block and into the 
complex in that area but could not locate 
the dog again.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186536
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Harassment
965 S LUNDY AVE BACK


Complainant: ANGELA DEMING


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant who advised 
that approximately a week ago she had filed 
a complaint against the landlord for striking 
her in the right side.

Today he was knocking on the door leading 
to her apartment and she felt that was 
harassment since last week the officer told 
him to stay away from her. The tenant 
advised this is on going and they just 
moved in a week ago.

She has spent a lot of money on cleaning 
the place up and isn't going to put up with 
being harassed.

Officer advised this can be added if 
necessary to her report from a week ago 
since that officer told her to call this 
department whenever she felt he was 
harassing her.


Note: Officer talked with the landlord who 
advised he only knocked seeking his rent 
payment that was due. He advised that the 
3rd is the regular date but she moved in 
and owes now.

Officer advised him and her both good luck.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186537
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Suspicious Person
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND


Report of a suspicious male who was 
yelling and pounding on the bleachers in 
Centennial Park. Officers responded and 
made contact with the subject, who denied 
the actions. The male appeared to be okay 
and officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186538
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Suspicious Person
110 BENTON RD


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Report of a suspicious male in the lot of the 
above location. Officer responded and 
checked the area, but no one was located.




Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186524
Date: Friday, September 21, 2018
Assist Perry Police
2198 N ELLSWORTH AVE


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


Officers responded to the area of SR14 and 
Allen Rd. to assist a Perry Twp. PD to 
check the area for a report of a male 
subject reported to be walking in the middle 
of the roadway with a gun. Three officers 
from this agency and one from Perry Twp. 
PD checked the area for an extended 
period of time and did not locate anybody in 
the area.

Officers cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186523
Date: Friday, September 21,2018
Suspicious Activity
808 SUPERIOR AVE


Complainant: SHIRLEY SPARKS,  
GOSHEN RD 74 SALEM, OH


Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Superior Ave for a report of suspicious 
activity. Upon arrival, officers did speak with 
the complainant who advised someone was 
walking in the rear of her residence shining 
a flash light.

Officers did check check the area, were 
unable to locate the suspect and cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186522
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A 
HOSPITAL


Complainant: SRMC, ER 1995 E STATE ST 
SALEM, OH 44460 

Police responded to the Hospital for a 
disorderly female. The female was being 
released and began yelling obsenities at the 
staff because they refused to give her 
crackers. The female was already leaving 
when Police arrived and was advised not to 
come back for the night.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186521
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Suspicious Activity
821 E STATE ST


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

Police observed two subjects behind the 
library after hours. The subjects advised 
they were using WiFi. The subjects were 
asked to leave due to the owners request 
based on recent incidents. The subjects 
complied and left for the night.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186520
Date: Thursday, September 20,2018
Domestic In Progress
1376 E PERSHING ST

Officers responded to the 1300 block of E 
Pershing St for a Domestic in Progress. The 
female subject advised her husband and 
her had gotten into a verbal altercation. The 
male subject had broken a window in the 
back of the residence when he was leaving. 
The male subject had left prior to officers 
arrival and the female stated she would 
contact the PD if he returned to the 
residence.


Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186519
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
KEY- MV Lockout
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: RALPH SPOTLESON,  
LEETONIA, OH 

Officers responded to the 2800 block of E. 
State St. for a motor vehicle lockout. Upon 
arrival the complainant signed a waiver of 
damages. Entry was successfully gained 
into the vehicle. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186518
Date: Thursday, September 20,2018
Ambulance Needed
990 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer stood by in the 900 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. while the Salem Fire Dept. 
First Responders and EMT Ambulance 
handled a medical emergency. Officer was 
not needed and cleared.


Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186517
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Shoplifter
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Police responded to Walmart for a theft 
report. The female is seen attempting to 
pay at the self check out. After several 
attempts the female leaves the store with 
$590.47 worth of merchandise. Police 
observed and obtained photos/video. 

Further investigation pending.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186516
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Fire
520 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: LIVEWATCH MONITORING, 
ALARM 

Police and FD responded to the Fun 
Factory for a fire alarm. Police stood by 
while FD conducted an investigation inside. 

FD advised of an accidental alarm.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186515
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
JENNINGS AVE / W STATE ST 


Unit #1 Driver: TIMOTHY TREHARN , 
Alliance, Oh

Unit #2 Driver: ANTON SINISTAJ , 
Macomb, Mi., Owner: EXPRESS INC JD 
TRANSPORT



Officers responded to Jennings Ave and W 
State St for a motor vehicle accident without 
injury. Unit #1 was headed southbound on 
Jennings Ave near W State St. Unit #2, a 
tractor trailer, made a left hand turn on 
Jennings Ave from W State St. 

Unit #2 did not take the turn wide enough 
and the rear trailer tire of Unit #2 struck the 
front driver side of Unit #1.  Pictures were 
taken of the damage to both vehicles and 
they were both able to be driven from the 
scene.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186514
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Audible Alarm
718 E THIRD ST A


Complainant: 212ST CENTURY, 21ST


Police responded to an alarm drop at 
Visiting Nurses. Police spoke with an 
employee as well as the key holder who 
advised it was accidental. As everything 
appeared normal Police cleared.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186513
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Assault
427 E STATE ST 
CONVENIENCE STORE



Officers responded to the 400 block of E 
State St for a report of an assault. 

When officers arrived a female subject was 
being forced to stay inside a business due 
to her trying to cash a bad check.

The male subjects were advised to let the 
female out of the store and officers spoke 
with both parties. 

Statements and pictures were taken of the 
females injuries and the subjects were 
advised how to proceed with the bad 
checks complaint. The female subject 
denied needing medical attention and was 
given her personal property back. 

This matter is currently under investigation.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186512
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Bad Checks
427 E STATE ST
CONVENIENCE STORE


Complainant: JUVENTINO AJANEL

Officers responded to a business in the 400 
block of E. State St. for a complaint of a 
woman passing bad checks.

The store owner was given a packet 
detailing steps that he needed to take to 
report the incident. Officers took written 
statements from multiple people who were 
on scene during the incident. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186511
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
ROSE AVE / E THIRD ST



Officer responded to the area of Rose Ave 
and E Third St for a parking complaint. A 
black Jeep was blocking an alley and 
several driveways in the area. The owner 
was located and moved the vehicle into a 
parking lot.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073









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Salem Police STORY #: 20186510
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Panic Alarm Ck
951 S UNION AVE


Complainant: AT&T DIGITAL, ALARM


Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
South Union for a reported audible alarm 
from a residence. On arrival officers spoke 
with the homeowner who stated that the 
alarm had been set off by accident.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186509
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1680 S LINCOLN AVE
GAS STATION


Officers responded to the 1600 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a young juvenile walking 
alone on the sidewalk. Officers checked the 
area and parks but were unable to locate 
the juvenile.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186508
Date: Thursday, September 20,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Unit #1 Driver: KIRK SANDOE , Lisbon, Oh
ACDA 4511.21A, Citation Number 022838

Unit #2 Driver: BRIGITTE OSBORN, New 
Waterford, Oh


Officers responded to the intersection of E. 
Pershing St. and S. Lincoln Ave. for a 
complaint of a motor vehicle crash with no 
injuries reported. Unit 1 was traveling 
eastbound on E. Pershing St. and struck 
the rear of Unit 2 who was stopped at the 
traffic light. 

The driver of Unit 1 was cited for the 
accident. Both cars were functional and 
were driven away from the scene. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186507
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Accidental Damage
1947 SOUTH AVE


Complainant: NELSON WALTER


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
South Ave. for a report of accidental 
damage. Upon arrival officers spoke with a 
male complainant who advised that his 
neighbor was having a tree cut down in the 
back of his residence the day before. He 
walked out to his shed today and found 
damage to his shed that appears to be 
caused from the tree rolling down the hill 
and striking his shed. 

Officers photographed the damage, as well 
as the cut down tree lying on the ground. 
The male was given a copy of the report 
number and advised that the incident was a 
civil matter.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Friday, September 21, 2018
07:40 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186485
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
1735 S LINCOLN AVE



Complainant: KRISTYN SIX


Officers took a report on station of a theft. 
The female complainant advised officers 
that while at work, someone gained entry 
into her locker and stole her prescription 
medication. She advised that the locker was 
not locked due to maintenance cutting the 
lock due to her losing her key. Officers took 
the report and cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186486
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Neighbor Dispute
431 AETNA ST 


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER DAWES,  
LISBON, OH 44432

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Aetna St. for a neighbor dispute. Upon 
arrival officers spoke with the male 
complainant who advised that the neighbors 
trash was piling up in the back of his house. 

Officers spoke with the neighbor and 
advised him that leaving his trash out in that 
manner was against city ordinance. The 
male advised that he was cleaning out his 
garage and that he would get rid of the 
trash later that night. Officers cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186487
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Theft
605 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: CHRIS WARD, 
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408

Officers took a report on station of a theft. 
The male complainant advised officers that 
when he walked outside from work he 
noticed gasoline on the ground directly 
underneath of his gas cap. He suspected 
that someone had siphoned the gasoline 
out of his pick-up truck. The male advised 
that there are cameras at the business. 


Officers took the report and then cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186488
Date:Nednesday, September 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2875 E S TATE ST A 
WALMART



Unit #1, 2013 JEEP 4x4 SW WHITE, Driver: 
Owner: JOHN BERLIN 

Unit #2, 2005 CHEV GREEN, Driver: 
owner; ANTONINO COSTANTINO 



Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a motor vehicle accident with no 
injuries. Unit #1 was making a left turn into 
Walmart parking lot and Unit #2 was turning 
left onto S Cunningham Ave from the 
parking lot. Unit #2 failed to yield to Unit #1 
and the front driver side bumper of Unit #2 
struck the driver side door of Unit #1. 

The driver of Unit #2 advised the sun was in 
his eyes and it was hard to see. 

Pictures were taken of the damage done to 
both vehicles and the driver of Unit #2 was 
issued a citation. 

Both vehicles were driven from the scene.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186489
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Possible Shots Fired
1383 E STATE ST


Complainant: KERRY FRANZEN


Officers responded to the 1300 block of E. 
State St. for a call of possible shots fired. 

Officers arrived to the complainant's 
address and spoke to another female who 
advised that the sound came from the air 
conditioning unit in the apartment complex. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186490
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
201 s LINCOLN AVE


Officers responded to the 200 block of S 
Lincoln Ave. Initially for a theft in progress 
and was later found to be a mental subject. 

The male subject advised he placed 
something in his pocket and then put it back 
on the shelf. He stated he had walked from 
his residence in Guilford Lake but didn't 
have a phone on his person. 

Dispatch advised that the male subject's 
guardian was looking for him. He was 
transported to the Salem Police Department 
and later picked up by his guardian.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186491
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
CONTINENTAL DR / LEXINGTON ST



Police responded to the area of Continental 
Dr and Lexington for juveniles riding 
bicycles in the roadway. When Police 
arrived no juveniles were found to be in the 
roadway. 

Police spoke with two juveniles that were 
sitting with bicycles in a near by yard. The 
juveniles were advised to stay out of traffic.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186492
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Check Well Being
1121 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: NOREEN SMOLIARY

Officer responded to 1121 E. Third St. to 
check the well being of a male subject who 
has had recent medical issues.

Complainant advised she had left food on 
the subjects front door step earlier in the 
day and that he had not picked it up as of 
the time of complaint. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
subject and found he was ok. Officer 
cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186493
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
N ELLSWORTH AVE / W TENTH STREET


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the corner of W. 
Tenth and N. Ellsworth for tree limbs in the 
roadway. Upon arrival officers observed a 
broken branch dangling over the street out 
of officer's reach. 

A note was left for the City Street 
Department. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186494
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Ambulance Needed
536 WALNUT ST B


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Walnut St for a possible drug overdose. 
When officers arrived the female was 
vomiting but responsive. 

First responders and KLG responded to the 
scene and the female subject was 
administered narcan. She was then 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186495
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
423 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 0 , OH

ARA WESTOVER, JARROD LEE 9284 
STATE ROUTE 45 LISBON, OH 44432

Police observed a male subject in the 400 
block of S. Lundy Ave who had a warrant. 
Contact was made with the subject and 
confirmed the warrant. The male was taken 
into custody and transported back to the 
station for processing and later released to 
a Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. 
Deputy and transported to the jail.


ARA: Jarrod L. Westover
DOB: 2000
ADD: 329 New Garden Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant/Underage Consumption




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186496
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Loud Music From MV
1761 E STATE ST SALEM


Officers responded to the 1700 block of E. 
State St. for a call of loud music coming 
from a motor vehicle. Officers located the 
subjects in a business parking lot. No music 
was being played from the vehicle when 
officers arrived.

The male subjects were advised of the 
complaint and told to keep the music down. 
Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. King



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186497
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Assist Other Agency
E PERSHING ST / WOODLAND AVE


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


While on routine patrol, this officer did 
assist OSP on a traffic stop near E Pershing 
Street and Woodland. 

After assisting, this officer cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186498
Date: Thursday, September 20,2018
Assist Other Agency



Complainant: POST, 15 

Officer assisted a Highway Patrol Trooper 
at the Salem Police Dept. with witnessing 
the reading of the BMV2255 form on an OVI 
suspect. The female subject did provide a 
breath test for the Trooper on the lntoxilyzer 
8000. 

Officer later cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186499
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Fight 
E SIXTH ST 3


Officers responded to 674 E. Sixth St. for a 
report of a fight in progress. Upon arrival, 
officers spoke with a male subject, who 
advised he was assaulted by two other 
subjects. He further advised that the two 
subjects left the scene just prior to officers 
arrival. They reportedly left the area in a 
dark gray truck eastbound through an alley 
behind the residence. 

The subject did have visible injury, but 
refused medical treatment. Photos were 
taken of the subjects injuries and he wished 
to pursue charges against the two subjects 
who assaulted him. The male was advised 
we would need a written statement. 

Arrangements were made for the subject to 
come in later in the day to speak with this 
officer to provide a written statements. 
Upon completion of this incident, it will be 
sent to the Prosecutors Office for review for 
possible charges.

Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186500
Date: Thursday, September 20,2018
Prowler
1663 S LINCOLN AVE


Officers responded to the 1600 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported prowler. On 
arrival officers checked the area and were 
unable to locate anyone Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186501
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
295 ROSE AVE 1/2 


Complainant: JESSICA GILBERT

Officers responded to the 200 block of Rose 
for a reported breaking and entering to a 
residence. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone unknown to her had entered her 
apt and taken several items without her 
knowledge or consent. 

Officers provided the complainant with the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186502
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
1700 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 

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


While on patrol officers observed a disabled 
vehicle in the 1700 block of East State St. 
Officers stood by for traffic control until the 
vehicle could be moved off into a nearby 
parking lot. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186503
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Public Assist
2233 E PERSHING ST SALEM


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

Officers were flagged down in the area of 
Southeast Blvd and E. Pershing St by a lost 
individual The complainant stated he was 
trying to get downtown and didn't know 
where he was at He asked officer if they 
could call a cab for him as he left his cell 
phone at home. Officers advised that Pauls 
taxi would be en route to pick him up.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186504
Date. Thursday, September 20, 2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Officer was called to an ongoing matter 
between residents inside a home divided 
into two apartments.

The down stairs resident claimed the 
upstairs tenant's have purposely damaged 
water pipes in efforts to flood out the bottom 
apartment. 

The upstairs apt residents claimed that the 
downstairs tenant had "tapped into" their 
water thus making the bill go drastically up.




Baner 901




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Thursday, September 20, 2018
07:58 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186484
Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Speak To Officer
230 CONTINENTAL DR 3


Complainant: WINNIE ALEK


Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Continental for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the complainant as well 
as the staff of the facility. The item in 
question was located and returned to the 
complainant.


Officer cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186482
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
MV Lockout
2586 E STATE ST A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 2500 block of E. 
State St. for a motor vehicle lockout Officers 
spoke to the complainant who signed a 
waiver of damages forum Entry was gained 
into the vehicle and officers cleared the 
scene.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186481
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
MV Lockout
491 REILLY AVE B


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


Officers responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave. for a motor vehicle lockout. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who signed a 
waiver of damages forum Entry was gained 
into the vehicle and officers cleared the 
scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186480
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Assist Other Agency
110 BENTON RD


Complainant: OSP POST 15, LISBON 0 SR 
45 LISBON, OH 44432


Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
Benton Rd to assist O.S.P. with a traffic. 
stop. On arrival officers stood by while the 
trooper conducted a search of the vehicle in 
question Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186479
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
270 N MADISON AVE


Officers responded to 200 block of N. 
Madison Ave. for a Juvenile problem 
Officers spoke to he Parent of the juvenile 
and he stated that the juvenile was not an 
issue any longer and officerswere not 
needed d this time.

Officers then cleared the area without 
incident.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186483
Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Open Burning
763 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers arived in the area and observed a 
small fire in the back yard and no one 
around The FD was requeted to respond as 
a tire that was near the fire had caught on 
fire also. Upon the Fire Depts arrival the fire 
was put out and the resident was identifed 
and warned against any other fires and the 
consequences shoulabfficers return again.




Lt. David L. Casto/#014




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186468
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Attempted Suicide
250 CONTINENTAL DR 2


Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Continental Dr in reference to a male who 
had thoughts of suicide. The Salem Fire 
Department, along with EMT Ambulance, 
were requested to the scene. 

The male was voluntarily transported to the 
hospital for treatment. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186469
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Hazardous Material
428 FRANKLIN AVE


Officer and FD responded to the 400 block 
of Franklin Ave. for a report of a male 
subject dumping gasoline on poison ivy on 
the side of his residence. 

Upon arriving there wasn't anyone outside. 
Officer was not able to make contact with 
anyone at the residence.





Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186470
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Speak To Officer
205 S HOWARD AVE


Complainant: CHEYENNE TAYLOR


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that someone 
stole her boyfriends phone and wants a 
report on file.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186471
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
981 HOME CR 


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

ARA MONROY, CLETIS RAY CURTIS 940 
E 6TH ST r . SALEM, OH 44460 


Officers served a warrant on a male who 
had an active arrest warrant out of 
Columbiana County at the above location. 
Officers made contact with the male outside 
the home and he was subsequently taken 
into custody. 

The male was transported to the police 
department for processing and later 
released to the CCSO for transport to the 
jail.


Officers cleared.



Arrested: Cletis Ray Curtis Monroy DOB 
1983
940 E 6th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Possession of Drugs




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186472
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Suspicious Person
239 W STATE ST



Officer responded to a business in the 200 
block of W State St for a report of a 
suspicious individual in the parking lot 
pacing around. Officer made contact with 
the individual who advised he had lost his 
ID card and was looking for it in the areas 
he had previously been. 

Officer gathered the individuals information 
and advised him that if the ID were turned 
in to the PD he would be contacted. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186473
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
820 SUMMIT ST 


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

ARA FINLEY, STEPHEN WAYNE 820 
SUMMIT ST SALEM, OH 44460


Officers responded to a residence in the 
800 block of Summit Street to make 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 placed in custody once the warrant 
was confirmed. The subject was 
transported back to the Salem Police 
Depart for booking and then released to a 
Columbiana County Sheriff Deputy.



Arrested: Stephen W. Finley 820 Summit 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1959)
Warrant - Possession of Drugs (Felony)




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186474
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
968 E THIRD ST 3



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

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


Officers served a warrant on a male who 
had an active arrest warrant out of 
Columbiana County. Officers made contact 
with the male and he was subsequently 
taken into custody. He was transported to 
the police department for processing and 
later released to the CCSO for transport to 
the jail. Officers cleared.



Arrested: Kirk Zamborsky DOB 1969
968 E Third St Apt 3
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Possession of Drugs




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186475
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Neighbor Dispute
476 OHlO AVE 



Complainant: JAMES GILBERT


Officer responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave. for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised officer that he and his 
neighbor got into a small physical 
altercation. The complainant advised officer 
that he didn't wish to press charges, or for 
officers to make contact with the other 
subject. 

Officer advised the complaint to call the PD 
if he had any further issues.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186476
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD


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

ARA NEAL, DEVEN ETHEN 2104 OAK 
STREET SALEM, OH 44460 


On 9/19/2018 officers responded to the 200 
block of N Cunningham Ave in regards to a 
warrant arrest. Upon arrival officers made 
contact with the wanted male subject who 
was advised of his felony warrant and that 
he was going to be placed under arrest at 
this time. 

He was currently working at his job at the 
time officers made contact with him and he 
was granted the chance to have another 
employee come in to take his place.

Once the other employee arrived on scene, 
the wanted individual was then placed 
under arrested and placed in handcuffs 
locked and double spaced and then placed 
into the back of cruiser #3. He was then 
transported back to the station where he 
was then put through the booking process. 

When the booking process was complete 
he was then handed over to the custody of 
Columbiana County SO. Officers then 
cleared without incident.




Arrested:Deven Ethen Neal
Charge: Possession of Dangerous Drugs 
Warrant



-Ptl. D Miller (917)





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186477
Date: Wednesday, September 19,2018
Suspicious Person
E PERSHING ST / S ELLSWORTH AVE



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


Officer observed a female walking in the 
100 block of S Ellsworth Ave with no shoes 
on and stopped to see if she needed 
assistance. After making contact, officer 
observed a strong odor of alcohol coming 
from the female's person and it was 
determined that she was intoxicated. 

The female was provided a courtesy 
transport to the 200 block of Vine Ave so 
that she could go inside for the night. 

Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Wednesday, September 19, 2018
08:43 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186467
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Person With A Gun
925 E STATE ST SALEM



Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found a male subject possibly the one 
with an orange shirt on carrying groceries 
crossing S. Lincoln in the 100blk headed 
east bound from south alley. 

The male was open carrying a firearm on 
his right side. He advised he never had it on 
his head walking with it like that.

Officer advised him of the complaint 
officer(s) had received about a male 
dressed like him having a gun strapped to 
his head. He was then sent on his way.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186468
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Attempted Suicide
250 CONTINENTAL DR 2


Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Continental Dr in reference to a male who 
had thoughts of suicide. The Salem Fire 
Department, along with EMT Ambulance, 
were requested to the scene. 

The male was voluntarily transported to the 
hospital for treatment. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186458
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
BENTON RD SALEM


Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the pole. It was leaning as was 
before. While there an AT&T employee 
arrived and advised they were coming to 
replace it this morning. Nothing further 
needed at this time.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186459 
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Intoxicated Person
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with a female assistant manager who 
was out front and she advised that a male 
subject had come in and was not looking 
good. He went into the bathroom and was 
very up set crying and scratching at himself.

The complainant went and got him 
something to drink and was waiting for 
officer at the entrance/exit on the grocery 
side.

Officer went and talked with the male who 
advised he was having an anxiety attack. 
He was visibly up set and appeared to be 
having some type of medical problem.

First responders along with KLG ambulance 
was contacted and checked the male out.

He signed a refusal for treatment and 
transport.

He was then advised he needed to take his 
bicycle that he was riding and go on back to 
his residence until his medical condition 
improved.

He advised he understood and left the area.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186460
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 022 c
620 COLUMBIA ST SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and recovered an insulin needle from the 
bushes along with a bic lighter.

The syringe was disposed of in the lobby 
area of this department along with the 
lighter.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186461
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
MED Medical Problem  / Assist
S LINCOLN AVE / AETNA ST


Offtcer responded to the above location and 
observed a red colored truck heading north 
bound on S. Lincoln just passing Perry. The 
vehicle was riding up against the east side 
curb. A black vehicle was behind with it's 
four way flashers on.

Officer turned around in car #6 and effected 
a traffic stop on the above mentioned 
vehicle bearing Ohio registration, GQP9268 
on S. Lincoln between Franklin & Aetna.

Officer observed the male driver to have 
large, glassy pupils. He was unsure about 
his driving and where he was
working. Only being able to advise in 
Salem.

First responders and EMT responded 
where it was found the male needed 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center.

Officer drove his vehicle (with his 
permission) to the police departments lot 
and put the key in dispatch. He was advised 
to come and pick it up when he was 
released.

Lt. Mix brought car #6 in for this officer.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186462
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
325 W STATE ST


Complainant: LAUREN JENNINGS

Officer responded to the above location and 
the complainant /owner signed the waiver of 
damages form and officer gained entry.

Ohio registration, GUW6078



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186463
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Drive Off
968 ESTATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: KATIE 


Officer responded to the above noted 
location for a drive-off. The complainant 
advised that a male individual pumped 
$20.00 worth of fuel and then left without 
paying. The individual returned shortly after 
and paid for the fuel.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186464
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
947 SOUTH AVE 


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

ARREST: WALTER, NELSON H., 947 
SOUTH AVE SALEM, OH 44460 


Officers responded to the above location in 
an attempt to locate the subject, who had 
an outstanding warrant.

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the subject , Nelson H. Walter , and 
took him into custody for his warrant of 
Gross Sexual Impostion. He was 
transported to the station for processing 
and then turned over to a CCSO Deputy , 
who then took him to jail.



Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186465
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Public Assist
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING St.


Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
the south bound traffic at Pershing & 
Lincoln to be backed up from Pershing to 
2nd St. Officer got out of car #6 and 
directed traffic getting it through the traffic 
light at Pershing & Lincoln due to the No 
Left Turn on Lincoln to head east on 
Pershing that people were not obeying.

Many had advised they could not see it that, 
it was to high? Officer was advised that it is 
regulation and not much more could be 
done.

Once the traffic congestion was cleared 
officer cleared.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186466
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
518 FRANKLIN ST 


Complainant: RICHARD JOHNSTON


Officer responded to the above location and 
found that the vehicle had moved prior to 
officers arrival.

The complainant advised it had been there 
for a while and wouldn't you know it, it 
moved just prior to officer getting there.

Officer advised the complainant that 
officer(s) would try to keep an eye out for 
the mint green colored Jeep Renegade type 
vehicle.

Nothing further needed officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186447
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
Accident No injury Reported
110 BENTON RD 

Complainant: BLANKENSHIP, CHAD T 
1302 PEMBROKE C SALEM, OH 44460 


Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Benton Rd in reference to a traffic accident 
involving a telephone pole. 
Upon arrival, officer spoke with the operator 
of Unit 1, Robert L. Holt, who advised there 
were no injuries. Unit 1, a red 201 3 Chevy 
Silverado, was being backed from Benton 
Rd into a parking space on the southwest 
side of Annabell's Restaurant.

Unit 1 was backed into a telephone and 
then struck Unit 2, a red Chevy hatch back. 

The Salem Fire Department was requested 
to the scene, due to a wire having been 
knocked off of the telephone pole. 

Unit 1 sustained minor damage to the left 
side of the rear bumper, while Unit 2 
sustained minor damage to the right rear. 

The operator of Unit 1, Robert L. Holt, was 
cited for lmproper Backing (Salem ORD 
331.13). 



Cited: Robert L. Holt DOB 1932
40711 ST RT 344
Leetonia, OH 44431
Charge: lmproper Backing (Salem ORD 
331.13)




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186448
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
555 S UNION AVE SALEM


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


Officers served an arrest warrant on a 
female who had an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County, in the 500 block of S 
Union Ave. Officers made contact with the 
female and she was subsequently taken 
into custody. 

She was transported to the police 
department for processing and then 
transferred to the custody of the CCSO for 
transport to the jail.


Arrested: Courtney J. Harshman DOB 1981
555 S Union Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Passing Bad Checks




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186449
Date: Monday, September 17, 2018
Check Well Being
2516 BENTLEY DR 3


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


Officer spoke with a concerned citizen who 
requested a well being check on a male 
subject in the 2500 block of Bentley Drive 
after not being able to make contact with 
the male several times. 

Officer responded to the address, but no 
contact was made with the subject. 

After further investigation it was found that 
the subject is a patient at a local nursing 
home.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186450
Date: Monday, September 17, 2018
Neighbor Dispute
1527 SOUTHEAST BLVD



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


Officers responded to the 1500 block of S E 
Blvd in reference to a neighbor dispute. 
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she has been 
feeling harassed by the neighbors across 
the street. 

Complainant advised that no threats were 
being made, however, she reported that 
certain people across the street were 
staring at her on a continuous basis. 
Complainant advised that she has also 
witnessed her doors and windows being 
knocked on the in late hours. 

Officer made contact at the residence 
across the street and advised them of the 
complaint. The subject advised that she 
was unaware of what the complainant 
advised, but would advise the others at the 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186451
Date: Monday, September 17, 2018
Menacing By Stalking
530 COLUMBIA ST


Complainant: STEVEN GOODMAN


Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
Columbia Street for a report of menacing. 
Upon arriving officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised that he has been 
told by several people that a female subject 
has been asking about him and also feels 
she is watching his residence. 

The complainant has an ongoing issue with 
the female and a court case to where the 
judge told them not to have contact with 
each other. The complainant stated that he 
has not been contacted by the subject and 
he has not contacted her. 

Officer advised the complainant of his 
options and to contact  the department if the 
subject contacts him.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186452
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
418 E THIRD ST 


Officer responded to the 400 block of E 
Third St for a report of a vehicle that has 
been parked in front of a residence on the 
street for the past four days. A nearby 
resident advised that a female had 
contacted them about leaving it parked 
there approximately four days ago, and that 
it was believed to be broken down. 

There was no contact information for the 
registered owner who is from another City. If 
the vehicle has not been moved / removed 
by the end of this week it will be ticketed 
and towed. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186455
Date: Monday, September 17, 2018
Suspicious Sound / Phone Call
408 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: ABIGAIL HUMPHREY


Police responded to the 400 block of 
Woodland Ave. for a report of a suspicous 
noise. The complainant advised officers that 
it sounded like someone attempted to open 
the door to her residence. Officers checked 
the area, but wasn't able to locate anyone.



Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186456
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
400 BLOCK OF VINE AVE


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


On 9/18/2018 officers attempted a warrant 
arrest in the 400 block of Vine Ave. Upon 
arrival officers made contact with a resident 
who advised that the wanted subject had 
moved to Lisbon. Officers then cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186457
Date: Tuesday, September 18,2018
Fire Alarm 
1662 WESTVIEW AVE C 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALL


Officers were dispatched to the 1600 block 
of Westview Avenue for a possible fire 
alarm in an apartment. Officer responded 
and was advised by a neighbor that contact 
was attempted at the residence, but no one 
answered.


Officer was able to make contact with a 
female subject who advised she burnt food 
while cooking and the smoke alarm was 
going off. 

The fire department responded with fans to 
clear the smoke from the house.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Tuesday, September 18, 2018
08:14 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186444
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
Assist Other Agency 
518 OHIO AVE 


Complainant: DOG WARDEN, AMY 


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant and another male 
subject from the dog's wardens office. 
There was an adult daughter who arrived 
on scene along with her younger brother.

The dog(s) (4 of them) were brought out 
side and found to have not been licensed.

The complainant advised that the wardens 
office would be back tomorrow to issue the 
citation when the father gets back into town. 
The father/home owner denied them access 
from the cell phone (of his daughters) 
advising he wanted no one inside his house 
while he was not home.

It was agreed that they would come back 
tomorrow. The mother was also not home 
she was at work.


Note: The one dog black & white appearing 
to be a pit bull type got loose from it's collar 
and the daughter holding it and it jumped up 
and bit on the left coat sleeve of the male 
from the dog wardens office.

The dog was placed back inside along with 
the others.

They were there checking on a complaint 
their office received for the welfare of the 
dog(s) and their living area.

The complainant advised they would be 
back tomorrow, 09/18/18.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186445
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
Audible Alarm
491 REILLY AVE A


Complainant: 21ST CENTURY, ALARM

Officer responded to the 400 block of Reilly 
Ave for a report of an audible alarm. Officer 
arrived and found that the alarm had been 
set off by accident. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186446
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF ROSE AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Officer responded to the 100 block of Rose 
for a report of an illegally parked trailer. 
Officer did make contact with the owner 
who advised he would move the trailer.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186442
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
W STATE ST / JENNINGS AVE 

Complainant: LUTZ, DANNY M 10526 W 
PINE LAKE SALEM, OH 44460 (330)507-
4836

Traffic Crash Report


Unit #1 : 1999 Mercury 4s Sable Silver in 
color
Owner/Operator: Danny Lutz 10526 W. 
Pine Lake Rd Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2001 GMC SW Jimmy Bronze in 
color
Insured with: None
Owner/Operator: Jill Silliman 496 W. 3rd St 
Salem, Ohio 44460



Unit #1 was heading east bound on SR14 
(W. State St) attempting to make a left hand 
turn onto Jennings Ave to head north 
bound. Unit # 2 was stopped at Jennings 
and SR14 (W. State St) heading south on 
Jennings. Unit #2 then attempted to make a 
left hand turn onto SR 14 (W. State St) to 
head east bound. Unit #2 pulled out into the 
intersection striking Unit #1 in the left rear 
passenger side door and quarter (wheel 
well) area with it's left front area.

No injuries reported at time of crash. 

Unit #1 was towed by Sinsley's.


Owner/operator of Unit #2 was cited for 
Failure to Yield Left Turn 331.17 and given 
a court date of Thursday, 0927- 18 at 8:30 
AM for the Columbiana County Municipal 
Court.




Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186435
Date: Monday, September 17, 2018
Speak To Officer
460 W WILSON ST


Complainant: GREGORY COURTNEY

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with a complainant about a boat that 
was taken from the property sometime over 
the weekend. The matter is under 
investigation.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092.




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Salem Police STORY #:  20186436
Date: Monday, September 17, 2018
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
947 SOUTH AVE SALEM


Complainant: NELSON WALTER


Officer responded to the 900 block of South 
Ave for a report of a civil matter. The 
complainant advised that a neighbor had 
hired a tree service to cut back branches on 
a tree that was located on his property. 

The complainant was advised that the 
matter was civil and was advised of his 
options.



Ptl D Beeson 09/17/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186437
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
Tow Vehicle
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD 


Complainant: BEESON, PTL 


Officer responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd alongwith the housing 
department to bw a vehicle from the 
property. The vehicle was towed by 
Sinsleys and officer cleared


Ptl D Beeson




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186438
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
Suspicious Person
2354 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS


Officer responded to the 2300 block of E 
State St for a report of a suspicious person 
Officer arrived and spoke to the 
complainant who advised that a male had 
come to a local business trying to obtain 
personal information for some sort of 
business proposition Officer did attempt 
contact with the male and will advise him of 
the issue.



Ptl D Beeson 09/17/2018





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186439
Date: Monday, September 17,2018
FRAUD
205 S Howard Avenue


Complainant: Edward Smith


Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that person(s) had used his 
account with out his permission on some 
Internet game type location.

He is now out money from his account and 
the bank told him he needed a police report.

Officer gave the complainant this report 
number.



Ptl. French/041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186440
Date: Monday, September 17, 2018
Ambulance Needed
545 AETNA ST


Complainant: CARE CENTER, ALARM


Officer responded to the 500 block of Arch 
to assist the FD with a medical problem 
Officers did assist and cleared



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186441
Date: Monday, September 17, 2018
Drug Paraphernalia
1680 S LINCOLN AVE


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

ARA AMELUNG, TRISTAN MATTHEW 
1168 BEECHWOOD RD SALEM, OH 
44460

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 1600 block of S 
Lincoln Ave. During the stop officer did 
smell the scent of marijuana. A probable 
cause search of the vehicle was conducted 
and marijuana was located in the vehicle. 
The driver was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation.



Cited: Tristan M. Amelung
DOB: 1997
Address: 1168 Beechwood Rd
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)




Ptl D Beeson 09/17/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186423
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Fight
CENTENNIAL DR / E PERSHING ST
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

ARA TAYLOR, MASON ANDREW 49238 
OAKMONT AVE EAST LIVERPOOL, OH 
43920 


Officer(s) responded to the area of 
Centennial Park at the pavilion for a 
reported fight / disturbance. On arrival 
officers located one of the person involved 
standing on a picnic table and yelling 
profanity at multiple others.

Officers told the man to calm down and ask 
what was going on. Officers were familiar 
with the man and were aware that he had a 
active warrant out of Columbiana County. 
The warrant was confirmed and officers 
placed Mason A Taylor in custody. 

As officers were walking Taylor to a cruiser 
he continued to be belligerent and use 
profanity. Taylor was then advised that he 
would be charged with Disorderly Conduct. 
Taylor continued to refuse to cooperate with 
officers commands and had to be placed 
into the cruiser by officers. Mason was then 
transported to Tobin Center.


While on scene Mason was advised by 
officers that he was banned from the park. 
Additional charges pending.


Ptl R Keister 056/906 


Arrested:  Mason Taylor // D.O.B. 2000
Charge: Warrant Arrest (Disorderly 
Conduct)





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186426
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP, LISBON


K9 Simon was requested for a K9 sniff of a 
vehicle by Ohio State Patrol Post 15 on 
Depot Rd at Parkview Dr. Simon gave a 
positive indication to the presence of 
narcotic odor and after a search of the 
vehicle recovered contraband.

Officer stood by and assisted the OSP 
trooper and cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber 908/047





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186427
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
151 E FIFTH ST 


Complainant: LISA DANESI

Officers responded to the 100 block of E. 
Fifth St. to take a report of a breaking and 
entering. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to a female 
complainant who advised that people had 
broken into the home and stole a large 
amount of her belongings. Officers 
observed the home from the outside but did 
not enter due to the home being barricade 
from the outside several days prior by the 
owner. 

While officers were inspecting the home the 
female left the scene. The female was 
contacted via telephone by officers 
instructing her of how to proceed with the 
complaint.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186428
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Person To Be Removed
1851 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: STEVE CHESTNUT,  DEPOT 
RD LISBON, OH 

Officers responded to the 1800 block of 
Cleveland St for a person to be removed. 
The complainant advised that an intoxicated 
male subject was being dropped off at 
home and was refusing to get out of the 
vehicle. 

When officers arrived the male subject was 
walking down the roadway and the vehicle 
had left. The male subject was advised to 
go back to his residence due to him being 
intoxicated and was given a public 
intoxication warning.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186429
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
625 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: LOUIS HUYGHE


Officers responded to the 600 blk of E. 6th 
for an unruly juvenile. Upon arrival, 
complainant advised his son was being 
verbally aggressive with his mother and her 
boyfriend. 

Complainant along with the juveniles 
mother and her boyfriend were advised of 
their options.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186430
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Speak To Officer
865 SUPERIOR AVE 
PARK PLAYGROUND



Complainant: DOLORES STRYZINSKI


Police responded to the 800 block of 
Superior Ave. While speaking with the 
complainant she advised two male subjects 
approached her. 

The complainant advised the males 
attempted to solicit her with cash. When the 
female advised she was contacting Police 
the males left. 

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the males.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186432
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
2875 E STATE ST A



Officers responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a drug abuse complaint. The 
complainant advised he saw a woman 
inside a vehicle in the parking lot sticking a 
needle in her arm. Officers made contact 
with the female subject and she stated she 
was just itching her arm. The female gave 
officers consent to search the vehicle but 
nothing illegal was located inside the 
vehicle. 

The female was found to be impaired and 
administered field sobriety. She was placed 
in custody for Physical Control and 
transported back to the Salem Police 
Department to be processed and booked. 

The vehicle was left legally parked in the 
parking lot. The female subject was 
processed and booked and later contacted 
a taxi to take her home.



Arrested: Marian Rockhold
DOB: 1988
Address: 999 1/2 Trenton Ave, Uhrichsville, 
Ohio 44683
Charge: Physical Control ORC 4511.194 
(B)(1)



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186433
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Suspicious Vehicle 
CENTENNIAL PARK


Complainant: KING, PTLM 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, (330)337-7811


Officers checked on two vehicles that were 
located in Centennial Park after hours. 
Officers observed the two vehicles start 
driving off until they noticed officers pulling 
up the drive way. 

Contact was made with both a male and 
female who were driving the two vehicles. 
During investigation it was found that the 
male driver was operating his vehicle with a 
suspended license. The male was issued a 
citation for the offense. 

Both drivers were advised of the park 
hours. The male's car was left legally 
parked in the parking lot and he got a ride 
home with the female driver who had a valid 
license. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King





CITED: FLOYD F. SHIELDS IV
DOB: 1994
ADDRESS: 5372 ST. RT. 46 CORTLAND, 
OH 44401
OFFENSE: DRIVING UNDER 
SUSPENSION




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186434
Date: Monday, September 17, 2018
Loud Persons
746 E THIRD ST


Police responded to the 700 block of E. 3rd 
St for a noise complaint. A neighbor advised 
that a male subject is outside of his 
residence yelling. 

Police spoke with the subject and advised 
him of the call. The subject was advised to 
stay in the residence and to keep his voice 
down.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Monday, September 17, 2018
09:31 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186416
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
ST PAULs CHURCH OF SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS. CALLER


Unit #1 Driver/Owner Edward B. Little

Unit #2 Owner JAMES SHIVERS 


Officers responded to the area of E. State 
St. and Ohio Ave. for a motor vehicle 
accident. Officers spoke to the driver of Unit 
#1 which was traveling east bound on E. 
State St. stated that he could not see the 
roadway due to the sun and hit Unit #2 
which was legally parked on the side of the 
road. 

The driver of Unit #1 was issued a citation 
for Reasonable Control.



Cited: Edward B. Little D.O.B 1966
Cited: Reasonable Control (ORD: 331.34)




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186417
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Animal Complaint
157 OHIO AVE 

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


While on patrol officers were advised of a 
cat at large in the 100 block of Ohio. The 
Humane Officer was contacted and 
responded to the see. 

The Humane Officer stated that she would 
take care of the problem. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186418
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Assist Perry Police
NEWGARDEN AVE / MULLINS 

Complainant: CCSO


Officers responded to the area of Mullins St. 
and New garden Ave. to assist Perry 
Township Police on a traffic stop.

Officers stood by until no longer needed by 
Perry Township and cleared the scene 
without incident.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186419
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Accidental Damage
914 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: DENNIS KELLISON


Complainant called to file a report regarding 
property damage from a fallen tree. 

Officers arrived to find a massive Pin Oak 
tree (at least 100 yrs old) that had fallen 
from the backyard. The tree appeared to 
have "rotted out" near the base and insides. 
It fell onto the driveway and Subaru 
Forrester which both sustained damage. 

Officer took several photos and attached to 
this report. No person's were injured from 
the fallen tree. Subaru had multiple front 
windshield cracks and various other 
scratching and denting. Driveway sustained 
damage from the tree's weight and impact. 
It had fallen on it's own about a half hour 
prior to being reported.



Ptl. Banar.901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186420
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Speak To Officer
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST
PARKING LOT


Complainant: MARCIA SNYDER


While on patrol officers were flagged down 
by the complainant who had some 
questions concerning her adult son. Officers 
spoke with the complainant and she was 
advised of the options for dealing with the 
situation. Officers cleared.





Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186421
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
641 OLIVE ST A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

OfFicer(s) responded to the 600 block of 
Olive St for a report of juveniles playing on 
gravel piles of the business.

On arrival officers checked the area and 
were unable to locate the juveniles in 
question. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186422
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
1351 RIDGEWOOD DR 



Complainant: SHANNON WEIMER


Officer responded to a neighbor dispute 
involving a shared driveway. Complainant 
advised the neighbor at 1341 came over 
and stood on her porch and cursed her out. 
The complainant had previously called the 
housing and zoning officer over high grass, 
possible junk vehicle and other possible 
issues. 

Today the complainant was having multiple 
quests over and she didn't want the 
neighbor to give her or the quests a hard 
time. Parties were already separated when 
officer arrived. All parties were advised to 
cease any further disorderly actions 
towards each other.



Ptl.Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186424
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
KEY- MV LOCK OUT
346 W WILSON ST 

Complainant: ASHLEY BADDELEY


Officer assisted a motorist in opening his 
locked truck. A waiver was signed and 
vehicle was opened without incident. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186411
Date: Sunday, September 16, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1508 N ELLSWORTH AVE B


Complainant: DENISE ZEPERNICK

Officers responded to the 1500 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for a verbal dispute. The 
complainant advised her landlord was 
harassing the people she was inviting over. 
The landlord advised they did not want 
certain subjects at the residence. 

The landlord was advised that the tenant 
had a right to invite anyone over to visit. 
Both subjects were given verbal warnings 
for disorderly conduct due to them yelling at 
one another outside.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186415
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Assist Other Agency
231 S BROADWAY AVE A 


Complainant: POST, 15 LISBON, OH 44432 


Officer responded to this station and stood 
by while OSP conducted an OVI test on the 
Intoxilyer.




Ptl. Osberg




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186414
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
W PERSHING ST / DODGE DR 


Officers were dispatched to the intersection 
of W Pershing Street and Dodge Drive for a 
report of a dispute. The female half did 
state that she had been struck and 
requested the Salem Fire Department and 
EMT on scene. The male half involved did 
deny any physical violence and wrote a 
voluntary statement form on scene. 

After the female subject was medically 
cleared, she did refuse to come to the 
Salem Police Department to write a 
voluntary statement. 

Due to conflicting and changing stories, the 
report is under further investigation.




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186413
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Suspicious Person
156 N LINCOLN AVE
RESTAURANT 



Complainant: DeROSE, PTL V 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


While on routine patrol, this officer did 
observe two male subjects leaning on a 
concrete wall at a closed business in the 
100 block of N Lincoln Ave. This officer did 
did advise them that the business was 
closed and after further talking to the males, 
this officer did not suspect any suspicious 
activity. Officers cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186412
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
Loud Explosion
284 E FOURTH ST 1 W 



Officer responded to 200 blk of E. 4th for a 
loud explosion report. Upon arrival, officer 
checked the area but was unable to locate 
the source of the complaint.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186410
Date: Sunday, September 16,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
782 W WILSON ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to the 700 block of W. 
Wilson St for a Burglary I B&E in progress. 
As Police approached the residence two 
subjects were observed inside. Police 
ordered the subjects out of the residence at 
that time. 

Police stood by with the subjects as the 
investigation took place. Charges pending.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186409
Date: Sunday, September 16, 2018
Interior Motion Alarm Ck
250 PENN AVE SALEM


Complainant: CENTURY, 21 


Police responded to the 200 block of Penn 
Ave for an alarm drop. Police checked the 
exterior with all entrance ways secured. 
Once the key holder arrived the interior was 
searched. As everything appeared normal 
Police cleared.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186408
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Check Well Being
205 S HOWARD AVE


Complainant: CHEYENNE TAYLOR


Officers responded to the 200 blk of S. 
Howard for a well being check. Complainant 
advised she received concerning text 
messages from her ex boyfriend. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the ex and 
did get permission to read his text 
messages. Officer did not read any 
messages which stated he wanted to harm 
himself. The ex did advise that he was okay 
and did not wish to harm himself.

Officer cleared without incident.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186407
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Ambulance Needed
215 W FIFTH ST 


Officers and first responders responded to 
the 200 block of W Fifth St for a ambulance 
needed. The male subject was having 
difficulty breathing and transported to 
SRMC by KLG.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186406
Date: Saturday, September 15,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
N MADISON AVE / HIGH ST 


Complainant: KING, PTL M 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Officers responded to the area of N 
Madison Ave and High St for a warrant 
check. Officers were unable to locate the 
male subject and cleared the scene without 
incident.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186405
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
821 E STATE ST


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


While on patrol, officer observed a occupied 
vehicle in in the parking lot of the library 
which was closed. Contact was made and 
the driver who advised he was only using 
the wifi. After checking the driver for 
warrants, the driver was advised to leave 
the area.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186404
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Recovered Property 
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers took a recovered property report on 
station. The female advised that she 
located a debit card that was lost at 
Speedway on W. State. St. The female 
advised that she had spoken with the male 
and he is supposed to make arrangements 
to pick it up at the police station.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186403
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Dog At Large
990 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to the 900 block of E. 6th 
St for a dog at large. The neighbors advised 
the dog was AGAIN in the yard causing a 
disturbance. This time the dog became 
aggressive with the residents as well as 
Police. Another neighbor was able to arrive 
on scene and place the dog inside of the 
fence. 

Police were still unable to make contact 
with the owner. Charges pending.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186402
Date: Saturday, September 15,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
COURT DRI 
PARK PLAYGROUND


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


While on routine patrol, this officer did 
observe two vehicles in the park after 
hours. This officer made contact with all 
parties, advised them of the park hours and 
cleared after suspecting zero suspicious 
activity.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186401
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Loud Persons
S UNION AVE / MAPLE ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers were dispatched to the intersection 
of S Union Ave and Maple Street for a 
report of loud persons. Upon arrival, officers 
were able to locate one subject who did 
advise the officers of all other parties 
involved. Officers did advise the subject of 
the complaint and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186400
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Accident Private Property
110 BENTON RD
PARKING LOT


Officers and fire department responded to 
the 100 block of Benton Rd for a private 
property accident. The vehicle's front driver 
side had struck a telephone pole causing 
disabling damage to the vehicle. The 
airbags were deployed and first responders 
checked the driver. 

The driver signed a refusal for medical 
treatment. Photos were taken of the 
damage done to the vehicle. 

A cable line had fallen due to the accident 
and the fire department put down caution 
tape until the cable company could be 
contacted to fix the line. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene by 
Sinsley's Towing.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186399
Date: Saturday, September 15,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
780 W STATE ST


Complainant: GARBER, PTL

ARA HOSKINSON, CRYSTAL RAE 892 
SUMMIT ST SALEM, OH 44460


Police observed a female subject in the 700 
block of W. State St (Circle K) and made 
contact. While Police were with the female, 
drug paraphernalia was discovered. 

The female was taken into custody and 
transported back to the station for booking. 
The female was released to Columbiana Co 
Sheriff. The female is also receiving 
charges for the paraphernalia.



Arrested: Chrystal R. Hoskinson
DOB: 1991
Address: LKA 892 Summit St
Salem OH 44460
Charge: Warrant / Domestic Violence
Drug Paraphernalia




Ptl Osberg #915/070





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186398
Date: Saturday, September 15,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
311 W SECOND ST
AUTO SHOP


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 300 block of W. 
Second St. for a 911 hang up. Officers 
checked the area but were unable to locate 
anyone within the vicinity. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20186397
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Interior Motion Alarm
1323 WESTVIEW DR


Complainant: 21ST, CENTURY

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Westview Dr. for a residential alarm. While 
in route the alarm company called and 
stated that they spoke with the homeowner 
and they advised that the alarm was 
accidental. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186396
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
581 E STATE ST


Complainant: JENNIFER BROWN


Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
State St. to take a report of a theft. Upon 
arrival officers spoke with the female 
complainant who advised that she had 
placed her leaf blower on the sidewalk and 
walked away for a couple of moments. 
When she returned it was missing. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186395
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Recovered Bicycle
195 W SECOND ST


Complainant: SHIRLEY WESTPHAL


Officers and the fire department responded 
to the corner of W. Second St. and N. 
Howard Ave. for a recovered bicycle. 

The complainant advised that a black bmx 
bicycle had been lying on the sidewalk for 
about three hours. The fire department 
transported the bike to the police station 
where it will be held in the lost and found. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186394
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Animal Complaint
965 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Officer along FD responded to 900 blk of S. 
Lundy for an animal complaint. Complainant 
advised there was a cat stuck in the ceiling 
of his bathroom. 

As officer arrived, FD was clearing and did 
advised the complainant the cat would 
come out on its own.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186393
Date: Saturday, September 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2124 E STATE ST


Police responded to the area of E. State St 
at N. Madison Ave. A female advised she 
had struck the Road Closed sign in the 
westbound lane. The driver advised of no 
injury with minimal damage to the vehicles 
front driver side corner. The sign was put 
back up before Police cleared.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186392
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Ambulance Needed
1341 CAROLE DR


Complainant: MAHLON GRIFFITH

Officer along with first responders 
responded to the 1300 blk of Carole Dr. for 
an ambulance needed report. The 
complainant advised he was having chest 
pains. The complainant was transported to 
SRMC by KLG for medical attention.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186391
Date: Saturday, September 15,2018
Reckless Operator
HAWLEY AVE / CLEVELAND ST


Police responded to the area of S. Union 
Ave and Cleveland St for a reckless 
operator. When officers located the vehicle 
the subject was working on the vehicle. The 
subject was advised for the reason of the 
call. The subject he stated that he was 
working on the vehicle. Police cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186390
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
SEX- Rape
589 E THIRD ST A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of a possible 
rape. The victim advised the incident 
occurred several months ago. Officers 
collected the information and advised a 
detective about the incident.

This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Sunday, September 16, 2018
08:04 AM -0500

Salem Police 
 #: 20186374
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Suspicious Activity
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


ARA: ZAK MARLEY ZANK,  3728 
HERBERT ST 15 MOGADORE, OH


Complainant: DALE POLYA,  GIRARD, OH 
44420


Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
North Lincoln for a report of suspicious 
activity / person / possible assault. 

On arrival officers spoke with and identified 
the persons involved. The complainant had 
stated that a man unknown to him had been 
following down the street with a light and a 
tazer. Officers spoke with that man and he 
was found to have a active warrant for his 
arrest out of Columbiana County. (see 
report # 20186375) The man stated that he 
had a light on him but no type of weapon. 

All involved were advised of the options for 
dealing with the situation. Officers cleared.





Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186375
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
N LINCOLN AVE I E THIRD S


Complainant: CONNOLLY, PTL R 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM,


While investigating Salem report # 
20186374 officers were made aware of a 
active warrant out of Columbiana County for 
one of the persons involved. Officers placed 
Zak M Zank in custody without incident. 

Zank was transported to the station and 
then turned over to a Deputy Sheriff after 
being processed. Incident to the arrest 
officers located a large kitchen / butcher 
type knife sticking out of Zank's back pack. 

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



Ptl R Keister 056/906


Arrested: Zak M Zank / D.O.B. 08/08/1998
Charge / Warrant




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186376
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Water Line Break / Leak 
605 S ELLSWORTH AVE A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


After receiving many calls of low water 
pressure, officers checked for a major water 
line break on S. Ellsworth near Mullins. The 
water dept was dispatched and responded 
to begin efforts to remedy the problem. 

A major amount of water was pushing up 
from the ground under the sidewalk and 
road causing the integrity of the road to 
become questionable. 

Barricades were also brought down to the 
scene to block off S. Ellsworth at Franklin 
and at Aetna. Also placed at Mullins St. 
west of S. Ellsworth. After barricades were 
placed officers were able to clear from the 
call. Salem Water Dept remained on scene 
for repairs. 



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186377
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
676 E EUCLID ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer placed a 48 hr warning on a parked 
motor vehicle in the 600 blk of E. Euclid St. 
A white Buick was said to have been parked 
there for much longer than permitted by city 
ordinance.. Two photos were taken of the 
car.



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186378
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Harassment
1125 E STATE ST


Complainant: ALEXANDER ADERHOLD

Complainant advised that he was walking to 
the store in the 1100 blk of E. State St. 
when approached by an unknown female in 
a black Honda car. The woman stopped 
and proceeded to lecture him about making 
the child walk long distances. The 
complainant advised he felt she was also 
taking pictures or video from her hand held 
cell phone which made him nervous about 
her motives. 

The car then left going westbound on E. 
Pershing from the 1100 blk. Documentation 
was requested.



Ptl.Banar




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186379
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
CENTENNIAL PARK 


Complainant: KEVIN SMITH


Officers responded to the Centennial Park 
area for a verbal dispute. Officers spoke to 
the complainant who stated he had 
reserved the pavilion for a private party. The 
complainant stated that he did not have any 
way to prove he had reserved it on him. 

Officers advised that unless he could show 
that he had a bill of sale or some other kind 
of documentation it would remain open to 
the public. The subject was also advised 
this. The subject opted to just move his 
private party to another location.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186380
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Traffic Offense
S ELLSWORTH AVE / MULLINS 


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


While on patrol officers observed a vehicle 
traveling on Mullins St around the 
barricades that had been set up to close the 
roadway due to the water leak. Officers 
stopped the vehicle and identified the driver. 
The driver was found to have a suspended 
drivers license. 

The driver was cited for D.U.S. and the 
vehicle was towed from the scene by 
Davidsons Towing. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186381
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
DEPARTMENT/DISCOUNT STORE


Officers responded to the 2800 block of E. 
State St. for an animal complaint. Officers 
arrived in the area and had negative contact 
with the vehcile. Officers then cleared the 
scene.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186372
Date: Saturday, September 15,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460


ARA ZEPERNICK, BRANDON JEFFREY 
28273 BUFFALO RD 1/2 KENSINGTON, 
OH 44427 9728 


Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 100 
block of W State St for a moving violation. 
The driver and passenger were removed 
from the vehicle for a K9 sniff. K9 Simon did 
alert to the presence of narcotic odor and 
the vehicle was searched. The male driver 
had a knife concealed inside the vehicle 
and was charged a CCW violation. Search 
incident to arrest drug paraphernalia was 
located on the male subject. 

The male was transported to Salem Police 
Department to be processed and booked. 
He was then transported to Columbiana 
County Jail.



Arrested: Brandon Zepernick
DOB: 1993
Address: 28273 Buffalo Rd, Kensington, 
Ohio 44427
Charge: Carrying Concealed Weapons 
ORC 2923.12(A) and Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia ORC 2925.14(C)(1)




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186371
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Assist Other Agency
300 BLOCK OF JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL

Officers assisted OSP on a traffic stop. 
Officers stood by and assisted during a 
vehicle search. After OSP finished the 
investigation Officers cleared.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186370
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Speak To Officer
100 BLOCK Ohio Ave


Police responded to the apartments in the 
100 block of Ohio Ave. The owner advised 
that a subject and his mother had recently 
been evicted. The subject and his mother 
continue to come onto the property to feed 
stray cats. 

The owner advised it is attracting more 
stray cats to the area. 

The owner was advised to contact the 
Humane Society and the Health Dept. The 
owner was also advised the subjects would 
be contacted.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186369
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Traffic Offense
SHARP AVE / W STATE ST 


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle on Sharp 
Ave off W State St. for an equipment 
violation. Occupants of the vehicle spoke 
with officers and a check for weapons was 
conducted of the vehicle during the stop 
with none located. Officers cleared without 
incident and the driver was given a warning 
for the equipment violation.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186368
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1717 E STATE ST 


ARA DANIELS, ZACHARY SCOTT 171 7 E 
STATE ST SALEM, OH 44460 9138 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 1700 blk of E. 
State St. for a warrant check. Upon arrival, 
the subject in question was located 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: Zachary S. Daniels
D.0.B.-1993
1717 E. State St. Apt 2
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant- Poss. of Drugs



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186367
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
931 NEW GARDEN AVE

Complainant: SUE BADDELEY


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
NewGarden Ave to take a report of phone 
harassment. 

The complainant advised that she had 
received a phone call from an unknown 
number that made threatening remarks. 
She advised she called the number back 
was unable to get a name from the subject. 

Officers attempted to male contact with the 
phone number but was only able to leave a 
message.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186366
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Traffic Offense
780 W STATE ST 


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

ARA KEGLOR, CHRISTY SUE 867 
BARCLAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 


Officers initiated a traffic stop in the 700 
block of W. State St. During the 
investigation the female operator of the 
vehicle was found to have a suspended 
driver's license. 

K9 Simon was deployed and gave a 
positive indication to a narcotic odor. 
Officers conducted a probable cause 
search and found the female passenger of 
the vehicle to be in possession of an open 
container of an alcoholic beverage inside a 
motor vehicle. 

Davidson's Towing responded to the scene 
to tow the vehicle due to no one inside the 
vehicle having a valid license. The driver 
was issued a traffic citation for driving under 
suspension and the passenger was issued 
a minor misdemeanor citation for the 
possession of an open container.



Ptl. M. King


CITED: TRACY L. SHAFFER
DOB: 1966
ADDRESS: 14000 LINCOLN ST. SE 
MINERVA, OH 44657
OFFENSE: DRIVING UNDER 
SUSPENSION


CITED: CHRISTY S. KEGLOR
DOB: 1974
ADDRESS: 867 BARCLAY AVE. SALEM, 
OH 44460
OFFENSE: OPEN CONTAINER IN MOTOR 
VEHICLE





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186365
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Stolen Bicycle
192 S LINCOLN AVE



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

Police were approached by a juvenile 
regarding a stolen bicycle. The juvenile 
placed his bicycle near the fence while at 
the football game. When the juvenile 
returned the bicycle was missing. The 
juvenile later advised he had found the 
bicycle.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186364
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Assist Other Agency
192 S LINCOLN AVE A


Complainant: EAST PALESTINE, PD 


Officers were advised of a runaway juvenile 
from E. Palestine. Officers located the 
juvenile in question walking to Reilly 
Stadium. It was found that the juvenile also 
had an active warrant out of this county. 
The warrant was confirmed and the juvenile 
was taken into custody, transported to this 
station for the booking process and later 
released to CCSO.



ARA- *****JUVENILE*******

Charge - Warrant- Unruly




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186361
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Speak To Officer
284 E FOURTH ST 1 W


Complainant: LANA BILLITER


Officer responded to the 200 block of E 
Fourth St for a speak to officer complaint. 
The complainant advised she was having 
issues with her neighbor harassing her. The 
complainant was advised to make a 
statement the following day when she was 
not intoxicated.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186362
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Speak To Officer
231 S BROADWAY AVE

Officer spoke with a subject on station 
about an incident that occurred involving a 
juvenile child related to him.

Officer gathered the information and 
cleared without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186360
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
821 E STATE ST



Complainant: REBECCA YOUNG, 
ALLIANCE RD LOT 1 SALEM, OH 44460


Officers responded to the 800 block of E. 
Pershing St. for a hit-skip accident. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to the female 
complainant who advised she went to leave 
the football game and noticed a dent on the 
side of her vehicle.

Officers did observe damage and it was 
photographed. She was given the 
necessary information to turn over to her 
insurance company. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186359
Date: Friday, September 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
194 FAIR AVE SALEM


Complainant: GARBER, PTL


Officer at the intersection of E Pershing St. 
and Fair Ave on a traffic stop observed a 
small juvenile wander into the roadway from 
a residnece. Officer had the juvenile 
respond back to the residence and due to 
the dogs at large the parent was called to 
come outside. Officer explained the 
situation to the parent and cleared without 
incident.

CCJFS will be forwarded the report.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186358
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
Accident Private Property
2337 E STATE ST


Officer on patrol responded to the 2400 
block of E State St. to a private parking lot 
for a reported crash. Officer arrived finding 
the single vehicle struck a cement base to a 
light pole causing disabling damage to the 
vehicle and injuring the driver. 

Officer documented the incident, the sun is 
believed to be a factor in the crash and 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186357
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
231 S BROADWAYAVE B



Complainant: ZACHARY POPPINO


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of phone 
harassment. The complainant advised a 
male subject he had sold an item to was 
having issues with the item and had made a 
threat to the complainant.

The complainant advised he wanted a 
report on file but was trying to work with the 
male subject about the issue.

Officer spoke with the male subject who 
advised the complainant had started with 
the threats. Both males agreed to work with 
one another to resolve the issue.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186356
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1717 E STATE ST

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


Officers received information of wanted 
persons in the 1700 block of E State St. 
Officers checked the residence and no one 
was present. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Saturday, September 15, 2018
09:23 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186355
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1800 BLOCK OF SOUTHEAST B



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


While on patrol officers observed two 
illegally parked vehicle in the 1800 block of 
Southeast Blvd. Officers made contact with 
the operators of the vehicles and they were 
advised that the vehicles would have to be 
moved. The vehicles were moved without 
incident. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186353
Date: Friday, September 14.2018
Identity Theft
1290 E TENTH ST


Complainant: LINDA ANDERSEN


Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer regarding a phone call she received 
from a "collection agency". The agency 
alleged that she had to pay them a certain 
amount on a bill from the year 2009 and to 
a place she claims she had never been to. 

Information was taken by reporting officer, 
Complainant was advised to contact her 
bank and credit union's and take steps to 
protect her credit.

She had also received a phone call from a 
Los Angeles phone number with a 
computer generated female voice regarding 
some "serious charges" against her. Officer 
advised her that this was a scam call and 
probably not associated with the collection 
agency call and letter received previously.




Ptl Banar 901



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186318
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Dog At Large
FRANKLIN AVE / SOUTHEAST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of two dogs running loose. Officers 
checked the area and were unable to locate 
the dogs.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186319
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Suspicious Person
116 E FOURTH ST 


Officers responded to the above location 
and found a male subject sitting on the 
edge of the porch on the east side.

It was found that he helps/works for the 
home owner and they are cleaning the 
residence up. The owner advised they 
would be arriving shortly. All appeared fine, 
officer(s) cleared.

The male was wearing a uniform from a 
local establishment.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186320
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Person To Be Removed
218 FAIR AVE 



Officers responded to the above location to 
remove an unwanted male subject from the 
residence. Officers spoke with the male 
subject who said he was leaving. He 
gathered his belongings and left without 
incident.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186322
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Dog At Large
900 BLOCK OF FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: MICHAEL MCELROY


Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the complainant who advised 
that the dog had ran north bound towards 
Union Ave. Officer checked the area on 
both sides of SR344 (Franklin Ave) and 
could not locate the dog.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186323
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
911 Hang-Up Call
1282 JEFFERSON AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the above location for 
a open 911 line. Officers made contact with 
the home owner who advised everything 
was fine.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186324
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Fraud
292 W STATE ST B
Stadium Chevrolet


Complainant: GERI PATTERSON


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of possible fraud. Upon arrival, the 
complainant advised that their business 
wrote a check to a company that runs 
advertising for them. She advised that the 
check was cashed by someone not 
authorized to cash the check and through a 
bank that they do not use. 

The complainant was given a report number 
so the bank can investigate the checking 
transaction.




Sgt. D. Green  051





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186325
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / E PERSHING ST


UNIT #1 DRIVER TRACY BROWN Owner 
ACAR LEASING LTD

UNIT #2 DRIVER ROBERT HOPERICH 
Owner: HOPERICH ROBERT



Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle minor traffic accident. The 
driver of Unit #2 was stopped behind Unit 
#1 both vehicles were westbound. Unit #1 
started to move forward then stopped Unit 
#2 started to move then struck Unit #1. 

Both vehicles had little to no damage. Both 
vehicles were driven from the scene. 



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186326
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
186 S HOWARD AVE A 


Complainant: FRENCH, PTL A 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Officer was on routine patrol in the City of 
Salem in car #6 and was in the 100blk of S. 
Howard. Officer could hear loud music 
coming from the front of the apartment 
complex.

Officer stopped and found that a male 
subject was apartment sitting/cleaning for a 
friend and had a large speaker Out on the 
front porchlentrance area.

Officer advised him of the violation and he 
advised he understood. The music was 
turned down and the speaker taken inside.




Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186327
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Recovered Property
449 SHARP AVE


Complainant: Brian Henderson


The complainant responded to this 
department to turn in a Huntington Bank 
card he found in front of the above location. 
Contact was unable to be made with the 
owner, therefore the card was placed into 
lost and found, pending the owner claiming 
it.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186329
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Recovered Property


Complainant: FRENCH, PTLA 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811


Officer was out back of this department 
when a male subject came up and advised 
he had found a wallet on his door step this 
morning unknown where it came from. He 
does not know the person who owns it.


Officer was advised that the owner of the 
wallet would be in later to pick it up he was 
looking for it.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186330
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
At Location / On Foot
790 QUAKER LN 


Complainant: PANEZOTT, CHIEF J.T. 231 
S BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330) 337-7811


While officers were working an off duty 
event at the above location a female subject 
had a medical problem and fell to the 
ground. First Responders and EMT 
Ambulance responded and was then 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center for treatment by EMT



Lt. David L. Casto/#014




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186331
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Assault
1100 BLOCK OF E SIXTH ST


Officer responded to the 400 block of W 
State St to speak with a victim regarding an 
assault that occurred earlier in the day. 
Officer did gather that information and also 
later spoke with the other juvenile involved. 
The matter will be turned over to the 
juvenile court for further.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186332
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Speak To Officer
100 BLOCK OF W PERSHING


Complainant: FRENCH, PTLA 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460


Officer was on routine patrol in the 100blk 
of W. Pershing when a male subject asked 
officer to pull over so he could talk with this 
officer.

The male was involved with the report 
20186328 from earlier.

The male advised that the other unknown 
male to him had started it and he stuck his 
finger (the unknown male) into his chest 
and he only defended himself.

Officer advised the male that at this time 
nothing was going on unless one or the 
other came in and filled out statements 
requesting any charges. He advised he 
didn't want any thing and it was just he was 
standing up for the older male that resides 
there.

No injuries reported at time of report.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186333
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Suicide
891 SUMMIT ST


Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Summit St in reference to an unknown 
medical. Upon arrival, the female resident 
was found to be deceased. The matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186334
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Speak To Officer
609 WOODLAND AVE 


Complainant: PATRICK SHOEMAKER


Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that, he has full custodial 
custody of his children and he received a 
text from his ex-wife about not being happy 
with how he is raising the children.

Officer advised him to contact his attorney 
and to follow up with the proper agency. He 
advised he understood.



Ptl. French/041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186335
Date: Thursday, September 13. 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
MAPLE 1400 BLOCK 
PARK PLAYGROUND



Officers responded to Centennial Park for a 
report of an individual(s) (possibly juveniles) 
removing siding from a building near the 
wooden playground. Officer spoke with the 
individuals, as well as witnesses in the 
area. 

The individuals advised that someone else 
had pulled a strip of the pavilion ceiling 
down and one of the individuals on scene 
then placed it into a nearby waste container 
after being unsuccessful at replacing it. 

While officer was present, one of the 
individuals on scene (an adult) took the strip 
back into the pavilion and was able to put it 
back into the ceiling. The section that had 
been pulled down had a damaged area 
which had been there for some time and 
was not a result of being pulled down. 

A note will be left for the parks department 
to check the pavilion. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186336
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
911 Hang-Up Call
162 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 


Officers responded to 162 W. Pershing St. 
for a 911 hang up call. Upon arrival, Officer 
spoke with a male juvenile who advised that 
he did call 911. 

The juvenile advised that a next door 
neighbor, whom is approx. 12 years old let 
the air out of his bicycle tires and has been 
being mean to him. The juvenile 
complainant advised he filled his tire back 
up and it appears to be holding air still and 
does not see any holes in the tire. 

Officers attempted to make contact with the 
next door neighbor, however we had 
negative contact. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186337
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Intoxicated Person
633 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


Officers responded to the parking lot across 
from the Independent Hose Club for a 
report of a male subject who fell.

Upon arrival, officer located the male 
subject, whom was intoxicated. He did have 
minor visible injury to both elbows but 
refused medical treatment. The male 
advised he had a room at the Stables Inn 
across the road. 

Officer escorted him across the roadway 
and made sure he made it into his room. 
Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186338
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Suspicious Activity
1250 PENNSYLVANIA AVE


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


While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
parked near the dumpster of a closed 
business in the 1200 block of Pennsylvania 
Ave. Officer advised the individuals that 
they were trespassing on private property 
and they departed without incident. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186339
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
2203 E STATE ST


Complainant: JARED TEXTER, JARED 
ROSS 627 N LINCOLN AVE 112 SALEM, 
OH 44460 9481 (330) 692-3892



Unit #1 Driver JARED TEXTER, Owner 
DAVID TEXTER 


UNKNOWN FORD F-150 DARK GREEN 
TRUCK WITH MALE DRIVER AND 
FEMALE PASSENGER 4DR


Unit 1 was traveling West bound on E State 
Street near 2320 in the West bound lane 
when Unit 2 which was traveling West 
bound in the right turn only lane tried to 
merge into the West bound lane and side 
swiped Unit 1 causing damage to Unit 1's 
passenger side from the back right wheel 
well all the way up to the center of the front 
passenger side door. 

Unit 1 then attempted to slow down and 
stop while Unit 2 then continued into the 
lane and turned left headed South bound 
into the lane that is in between Shell and 
Bob Evan's parking lot and continued to go 
down E Pershing Street. Unit 1 then 
stopped at the Shell gas station.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186340
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Assault
965 S LUNDY AVE



Officers responded to the 900 block of S 
Lundy Ave in reference to an assault. Upon 
arrival, the victim advised that she was 
punched in the rib cage by her land lord 
after she had a conversation with him about 
how often he comes to her apartment. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance 
responded to the scene, due to the victim 
having pain. She elected not to be 
transported to the hospital and was advised 
to respond to the police department to 
provide a statement if she wished to pursue 
the matter. 

Officer spoke with the suspect who denied 
having struck the victim.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186341
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
900 BLOCK OF E FOURTH ST



Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fourth St for a complaint of an illegally 
parked vehicle. Officers observed the 
vehicle was parked along the North side of 
the street approximately four feet from a 
legally erected No Parking sign. There is no 
parking permitted any where on the North 
side of E Fourth St from N Ellsworth all the 
way to Hawley Ave. 

Officer attempted contact at nearby 
residences where either nobody was home 
or the residents had no idea who the car 
belonged to. 

Officer took photos of the vehicle and no 
parking sign. A parking ticket was issued to 
the vehicle and the car was towed due to 
presenting a traffic hazard at night. 

Sinsley towing responded and removed the 
vehicle on a flatbed. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186342
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Suspicious Person
2401 E STATE ST A 
GROCERY/SUPERMARKET


On 9/13/2018 officers responded to the 
2400 block of E State Street in regards to a 
group of juveniles walking through the back 
lot of a business. 

Upon arrival officers checked the entire 
area with negative results. Officers then did 
a scan of the immediate area and could not 
locate the juveniles still. Officers then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186343
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
Assist Other Agency
200 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN A 


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


Officer stopped to assist an Ohio State 
Highway Patrol trooper on a traffic stop. 
Officer stood by while the trooper 
conducted an investigation for OVI. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186345
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
Medical Problem / Assist 
1995 E STATE ST A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the 1900 block of E 
State St for a report of a patient that had 
departed without being discharged by a 
doctor. Officer subsequently located the 
patient sitting outside the East side of the 
building. 

Officer advised the individual that they 
needed to return to the building until 
discharged. A security officer responded 
and accompanied the individual back 
inside. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186346
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
Obstructed Roadway
E PERSHING ST / S UNION 


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


While on patrol officer observed that some 
person(s) had placed two traffic cones in 
the center of the eastbound and westbound 
lanes. Officer removed the cones from the 
street and placed them on the sidewalk at 
the northeast corner of the intersection. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186352
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Vialence)
228 VINE AVE 16


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER



Officers were called to a dispute at Vine St. 
Upon arrival officers spoke with both parties 
who had been having differences. The 
female half was advised to keep her voice 
down sonot to disturb the neighbors. 


Officers cleared without further incident 



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186349
Date: Friday, September 14, 2018
Accident With Injury
Salem Regional MEDICAL CENTER


Unit #1 1995 TOYOTA 4s TAN, Driver 
Stephen M. Biedka, MINERVA, OH


Unit #2 2001 FORD F150 D GR,  DIANE 
STOCK, WINONA, OH
will call later with Ins. Policy #


Officers responded to the 1900 block of E. 
State St. for a vehicle crash with injuries. 
Unit #2 was struck in the rear of the vehicle 
by Unit #1 causing minor damage to Unit#2. 
Unit #1 suffered disabling damage and was 
towed from the scene. The driver of Unit #1 
was issued a citation for ACDA.



Cited: Stephen M. Biedka D.O.B. 1999
Cite: Assured Clear Distance (ORD 
333.03A)



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Friday, September 14, 2018
08:39 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186316
Date: Thursday, September 13, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
194 FAIR AVE 


ComplainantCOCHRAN, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, (330)337-7811


Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant on the subject at the above 
location. Officers spoke with the current 
tenant, who advised that the subject 
recently moved out. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186315
Date: Thursday, September 13,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1050 PENNSYLVANIA AVE SALEM



While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
running outside a business with a garage 
door open nearby. Due to the late hour 
officer stopped to affirm all was OK. Officer 
subsequently observed the vehicle was 
from the business.

Officer spoke with the operator and affirmed 
he was preparing to make a delivery in 
another part of the State. 



Sgt B Slider S6108





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186314
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Person To Be Removed 
711 E FIFTH ST



ComplainantDANIELLE BLAZER


On 9/12/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 700 block of E Fifth Street in regards to 
a male and female subject attempting to 
break in through the complainant's front 
door. Upon officers arrival dispatch had 
advised that the male and female subject 
had left at that time. 

Upon speaking with the complainant and 
her boyfriend it was determined that both 
the male and female subject were 
neighbors who were upset over a parking 
issue. 

Officers then located the male and female 
subject who both stated that they did in fact 
get into a verbal altercation with the 
complainant and her boyfriend, however 
they stated that no threats were made nor 
did they attempt to gain access into the 
complainant's household. 

Officers gathered further information and 
advised both parties that this incident would 
be sent down to the prosecutors office for 
review and that both parties are to stay 
away from each other.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186313
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Fireworks Complaint
900 BLOCK OF LIBERTY ST


ComplainantANONYMOUS


On 9/13/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 900 block area of Liberty Street in 
regards to a fireworks complaint.

Upon arrival officers checked the area and 
did not see or hear any fireworks going off 
in the area. Officers then patrolled the area 
further and still did not discover any 
fireworks going off. Officers then cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186312
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Audible Alarm 
491 REILLY AVE D


Complainant212 ST CENTURY, 21 ST


Report of an alarm activation at the press 
box of Reilly Stadium. Officers responded 
and found it to be secure. A key holder 
responded and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186311
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Check Well Being
975 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: TINA SHAMP


Officer responded to the 900 block of S 
Lundy Ave to check the well being of an 
individual after a family member was unable 
to reach the individual by phone. Officers 
made contact at the residence and affirmed 
all was fine. The individual was requested 
to contact the complainant in the near 
future. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186310
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Menacing / Threats
990 W STATE ST 
RESTAURANT

Complainant: Jennifer Martin, Alliance, Oh


Officer was dispatched to a pizza shop in 
the 900 block of W State St in reference to 
a complaint of menacing.

Complainant, an employee, advised that the 
subject had called into the restaurant and 
made complaints about his order. 
Complainant advised that the subject began 
cursing at her and making threats to her life. 
The complainant did not wish to pursue 
charges, but wanted officers to speak with 
the subject and advise him that he was no 
longer welcome at the restaurant. 

Officers made contact with the subject, who 
denied having made threats to her life.

However, the subject did state that he 
cursed back at the complainant, but only 
after she began cursing at him first.

He was advised of their wishes for him not 
to return and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186309
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1277 FRANKLIN AVE

ComplainantASHLEE WEBBER


The complainant returned home and 
observed two vehicles parked at her 
residence that she was not familiar with.

Complainant spoke to the individuals who 
inquired if the residence was for rent. 
Complainant advised them that it was not 
and that it was occupied, after which time 
the individuals asked the complainant if any 
other locations were known to be for rent in 
the area. 

Complainant requested officer document 
the incident. Officer advised that extra 
patrol would be conducted in the area as 
well. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186308
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Assist Perry Police
W PERRY / GRANITE


ComplainantPD, Perry Twp 2194 N 
ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM, (330) 332-1000


Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Township PD on a traffic stop. 
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 have an outstanding 
narcotic warrant but was out of the pick up 
radius.



Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186307
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Suspicious Person 
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARKPLAYGROUND


ComplainantSTACY VOLLNOGLE


Officer was dispatched to the duck pond at 
Waterworth Memorial Park in reference to a 
suspicious person report.

Complainant advised that a male in the 
driver seat of a white Acura was passed 
out. Upon arrival, officer made contact with 
the subject who advised that he was just 
sleeping for about 45 minutes. Officer did 
not observe any signs of impairment and 
cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186305
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
205 S HOWARD AVE



ComplainantCHEYENNE TAYLOR


Officers responded to the 200 block of S 
Howard Ave in reference to a civil property 
dispute. Complainant advised that she and 
the subject were staying in a motel together 
for a few days and then she left, leaving her 
belongings there. Complainant advised that 
the subject now would not give her the key 
card to the motel to go gather her 
belongings. 

Officers made contact with the subject who 
advised that he had checked out of the 
motel while the complainant was gone and 
that her belongings were still there. The 
complainant was advised to contact the 
motel about gathering her things. 

Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016





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Thursday, September 13, 2018
09:26 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186295
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Intoxicated Person
JENNINGS AVE / W STATE ST 



Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an intoxicated female subject 
laying near the roadway.

Officers located a female sitting on the curb 
lawn with an open bottle of vodka. Officers 
spoke with the female subject who was 
identified as Amy Watkins, who stated she 
been drinking since yesterday. Ms. Watkins 
was slurring her words and needed help to 
stand and couldn't maintain her balance 
while standing. 

Officers arrested Ms. Watkin for Disorderly 
Conduct / Persisting and transported her to 
Salem Police Department for processing 
paperwork then transported to County Jail.


Arrested:
Amy C. Watkins
D.0.B: 1968
523 West Sixth Street
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charged: Disorderly Conducff Persisting 
2917.11B1



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186296
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
2368 E STATE ST C


Complainant: MICHELE SANOR-HULL


Officer responded to the 2300 block of E 
State St for a parking complaint regarding a 
possible abandoned/junk vehicle. The 
vehicle was on private property and the 
complainant was advised to contact the 
property owner if they wished to have the 
vehicle towed.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186297
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Check Well Being
481 FRANKLIN ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a check well being on a male subject. 
Officers were unable to make contact at the 
residence with the male subject.


Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186298
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Injured / Sick Animal
150 BROOKLYN AVE


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


While on patrol officer did observe a 
raccoon that looked to be sick/injured in the 
100 block of Brooklyn. The humane officer 
was contacted about the matter.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186301
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
MV LOCK OUT
1995 E STATE ST A


Complainant: SHIRLEY HOWARD,  
LEETONIA, OH 


Officer responded to the above location and 
the complainant / owner of the vehicle 
bearing Ohio registration, EFCI 137 signed 
the waiver of damages form. Officer 
attempted to gain entry but was unable to. 
The complainant / owner advised they 
would have some one bring their spare 
keys from Lisbon.



Ptl. Frenc 041



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186302
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Speeding / Racing Vehicles
ROOSEVELT AVE / E THIRD ST



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


Officer responded to the area of Roosevelt 
and E Third St for a report of a speeding 
vehicle. Officer was in the area at the time 
of call and observed no traffic violations. 
Officer did continue to monitor traffic but 
continued to observe no traffic violations in 
the area.




Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186303
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
196 HAWLEY AVE 1/2 


Complainant: RHONDA TOMAS


Officer responded to the 100 block of 
Hawley for a report of an unruly juvenile. 
Officer arrived and spoke with the 
complainant who advised that her son was 
being defiant. Officer did speak with the 
juvenile and the complainant also contacted 
the juveniles probation officer.




Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186304
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
492 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: GARAGE, BUS


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the bus driver who advised the 
male nor the female never came out to get 
the child and one of them usually does?

The bus garage did make contact with the 
father who was at another school picking up 
another child.

The bus driver took the child to the bus 
garage and the father was advised to pick 
the child up there.

No one answered the door even though a 
car was in the drive.

The female works the late shift and may not 
have heard the knocking on the doors.




Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186306
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
KEY- MV LOCK OUT 
2875 E STATE ST A 


Complainant: ELAINE LEPOWSKY


Officer responded to the above location and 
the owner / complainant of the vehicle 
bearing Ohio registration, GOT94C95 
signed the waiver of damages form and 
officer gained entry into the vehicle.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186279
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / RIDGEWOOD 


Officers responded to the intersection of 
Southeast Blvd. and Ridgewood Dr. for a 
complaint of an accident with no injuries 
reported. 

Unit 2 was at a stop sign when Unit 1's front 
bumper struck the trailer hitch of Unit 2. The 
driver of Unit 1 was issued a citation. Both 
cars were able to drive away from the 
scene. Officers cleared.


Ptl. M. King




CITED: KATELYN LAUTZENHEISER
DOB: 1994
ADDRESS: 33243 S.R. 30 HANOVERTON, 
OH 44423
OFFENSE: ACDA




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186280
Date: Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
200 E SECOND ST


Complainant: CIERRA COSPY,  
YOUNGSTOWN, OH 44515


Officers responded to the 200 block of E 
Second St for an irate customer. The 
complainant advised a customer was yelling 
and making threats. The female subject 
stated she had ordered food and wanted a 
refund for the damaged food. 

The employees advised they wanted the 
subjects to leave due to them causing a 
scene in front of other customers. The 
female subject agreed to leave the business 
and was criminally trespassed.



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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20186281
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Dog At Large
1030 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: KAITLYN POTESTA

Officer responded to the 1000 block of E 
Sixth St for a dog at large complaint. The 
complainant advised she has put the dog 
back in the neighbor's yard several times 
and advised it was back out. 

The owner was contacted and advised that 
he was making the fence taller to prevent 
the dog from jumping it in the future.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186282
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Assist Perry Police
320 BENTON RD 


Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 


K9 Simon was requested for a K9 free air 
sniff of a vehicle in the 300 block of Benton 
Rd by the Perry Twp. PD. K9 Simon did not 
indicate to the presence of narcotic odor 
and officer cleared without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186283
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
550 S ELLSWORTH AVE


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


While on patrol on S. Broadway Ave. near 
the Butech building, officer observed a 
female subject stopped on Butech property 
loading old wood pallets into the trunk of 
her vehicle. The female was identified and 
she advised she does it all the time. 

Officer made contact with an employee of 
Butech who advised it was ok for her to 
take the old wood as long as it was the 
wood on the outside of the fence, which it 
was. Officer cleared.



Sgt. 6. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186284
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
620 E SECOND ST


Police responded to the 600 block of E. 2nd 
St for a B&E attempt. The male subject 
living upstairs heard someone downstairs at 
the doorway. When the male came 
downstairs the subjects ran off. When 
Police arrived they observed pry marks 
where the attempt occured. Police made 
entry and cleared the first floor. 

The key holder also arrived on scene.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186285
Date: Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Interior Motion Alarm
2380 SOUTHEAST BLVD B
HOSPITAL/CLINICS 

Complainant: B&E, ELECTRONICS 
(800)228-4134



Officers responded to 2380 Southeast Blvd. 
Suite4 (Ankle & Foot Care) for a report of 
an alarm activation. Upon arrival, officers 
checked the exterior of the business and 
found it to be secure. A key holder was not 
able to be contacted. 

While on scene, officers did locate an open 
door to Shelby Massotherapy on the south 
side of the building. No signs of forced entry 
were observed. Officers checked the 
interior of the business and found all to be 
in order. The owner responded and re 
secured the door.



Sgt. 6. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186287
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: BRADLEY 


Officers took a report over the telephone of 
a drive off from Smith Oil. The subject 
pumped $8.00 worth of gasoline from a 
pump and then drove off without rendering 
payment. Officers searched the area for a 
vehicle that matched the description but 
were unable to locate it.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186288
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
1225 E STATE ST 


Complainant: Rich Cochran


Police responded to the 1200 block of E. 
State St for a Burglary. The complainant 
arrived to find the back door had been 
forced in. 

Upon arrival Police cleared the building. A 
Detective responded to the scene for 
investigation. Some cash and gift cards 
were taken from the scene. Further 
investigation pending.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186289
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Loud Music From MV
1761 ESTATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 1700 block of E. 
State St. for a complaint of loud music. 
Officers located two male subjects sitting in 
a business parking lot playing music loudly 
from their car speakers. Officers spoke with 
the males and advised them to keep the 
music down and they agreed that they 
would. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186290
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Suspicious Activity
180 OHIO AVE


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


Police observed and made contact with 
three male subjects. Police spoke with the 
subjects due to recent burglary's in the 
area. Everything appeared normal and 
Police cleared.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186291
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
911 Hang-up Cal
1376 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 


Officers were dispatched to the 1300 block 
of E Pershing Street after a 91 1 hang-up 
call. Officers did make contact with the 
home owner and were advised that her 
husband was the caller. Officers also 
confirmed that her husband was not home 
at the time. After the scene was found to be 
safe, officers cleared without further 
incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186294
Date: Wednesday, September 12,2018
Person Down
NEWGARDEN 400 BLOCK C 


Complainant: STANDARD SECURITY, 
AMERICAN


Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a report of a person 
passed out in a parking lot next to a vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officers did make contact with 
said person, confirmed he was responsive 
but noticed a head injury. The Salem Fire 
Department and EMT were dispatched to 
the scene later transporting him to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center. 

The males vehicle was secured and moved 
to a safe location. Further investigation 
pending.



Ptl. DeRose 919





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Wednesday, September 12, 2018
08:30 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186268
Date: Tuesday, September 11 , 2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
218 FAIR AVE 


Complainant: ELEANOR CLINGERMAN


Officers responded to the 200 block of Fair 
Ave. for a criminal Damaging report. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that they believed their screen door 
had been damaged. The complainant 
stated it may have occurred at some point 
during the earlier morning hours. They also 
stated that it may have been caused by a 
BB gun. Officers documented the damage 
done to the screen door.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186269
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2233 E. Pershing


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the area of South 
East Blvd. and E. Pershing St. for a 3 
vehicle crash. Officers spoke to the driver of 
Unit #2, (Driver) BAILEY SABATINO , who 
was traveling North bound on South East 
Blvd. stated that she had began to slow 
down when Unit #1, (Driver) Roland 
Schwendeman, struck her vehicle causing 
her to strike Unit #3, (Driver) MARK 
SCHREFFLER , who was in front of her. 

The driver of Unit #1 was issued a citation 
for ACDA.


Cited: Roland Schwendeman D.O.B. 1958
Citation: Assured Clear Distance ORD: 
333.03



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186270
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Suspicious Activity
1201 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: CUTRIGHT, DISPATCHER


Dispatch advised several calls came in 911 
from a subject claiming to be a Sprint 
employee checking the cell tower on N. 
Ellsworth. Officer responded there and 
made contact with the man who claimed to 
be the Sprint employee.



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186271
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Civil Matter
336 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: KRISTI OSTAVITZ


Officers spoke to a complainant on station 
regarding a protection order. Officers 
advised the complainant that as of now the 
defendant had not been served the 
protection order. 

Officers explained that they would need to 
get in contact with Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Office as well as the court to obtain 
the status of the protection order.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186272
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
MV Lockout
2875 E STATE ST A 


Officer(s) responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a report of a vehicle with 
the keys locked inside. On arrival officers 
were able to gain entry to the vehicle 
without incident.


Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186273
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018 
E STATE ST / OHIO AVE 


Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a report of a disabled 
vehicle in the roadway. On arrival officers 
stood by with the vehicle until it was 
removed by a local towing company. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  # 20186274
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
CRA Accident Hit / Skip 
1867 MAPLE ST 



Officer(s) responded to the 1800 block of 
Maple St for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been stopped in the 
1800 block of Maple St when it was struck 
in the side by unit # 2. Unit # 2 had been 
backing from a private drive in the 1800 
block of Maple St when it struck unit # 1 in 
the drivers side rear door. 

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



Unit # 1 / owner / U.S. Post Office
driver / Jeffrey Kress
vehicle / 2007 Chevy


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Linda Galeoti
vehicle / 2006 Chrysler




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  # 20186276
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Civil Matter
207 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: CHRISTINA, TODD 


Complainant calling to speak with a officer 
about a situation concerning a dumpster. 
Officers spoke with the complainant and 
she was advised of the options for dealing 
with the situation. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186278
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Check Well Being
1822 OAK ST 


Officer(s) responded to the 1800 block of 
Maple St to check on the welfare of a city 
resident. On arrival officers were unable to 
make contact with the person in question. 
Officers did have dispatch advise the 
complainant of the information.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186275
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION 
968 E STATE ST SALEM, OH 


Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. Officers 
spoke with a employee of the store who 
stated that a unknown male had pumped 
$25.01 in gas and then left the area without 
rendering payment.

The clerk was able to provide officers with 
the registration of the vehicle in question 
and officers will attempt to locate the man. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186247
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
E STATE ST / SOUTHEAST BLD


Complainant: ELISHA WHITTEN


Complainant reported another vehiclehad 
struck her vehicle while both were intransit 
from the area of E State and SE Blvd. 
Complainant reported a red suv had cut her 
off near the road closed sign that is posted 
in the middle of the street on E State on the 
west side of the intersection of N Madison. 

The red suv driver may have spoken to the 
complainant briefly at McDonalds then left 
the area without providing any information.

Complainant advised there was no visible 
damage to her vehicle Officerls were not 
able to identify the other driver of the red 
suv and did not speak with that driver. 



Banat901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186248
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
200 E SECOND ST M 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER



Officer checked the 200 block of E Second 
St for a reported parking violation Officer 
did not locate any violations and cleared 
without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186251
Date. Monday, September 10, 2018
Theft
827 N ELLSWORTH AVE
CONVENlENCE STORE


Officer responded to the 800 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a reported theft. This 
matter is under investigation and officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186252
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Fraud


Complainant: SARAH DEVLIN

Complainant reported to her bank and pay 
pal account that money has been withdrawn 
out ofhe accounts without her authorization. 
Money varies in amounts of a few dollars to 
over three thousand dollars at a casino in 
West Virginia. This activity started in early 
August She did contact her bank and pay 
pal regarding the illegal activites.


Matter to be reviewed by Detective's. 



Ptl.Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186253
Date: Monday, September 10,2018
Reckless Operator
1509 SOUTHEAST BLVD



Officer responded to a reported reckless 
operation complaint in the 1500 block of 
Southeast Blvd Officer later located the 
vehicle and driver, and they were given a 
warning for the violation Officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186268
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
218 FAIR AVE 


Complainant: ELEANOR CLINGERMAN


Officers responded to the 200 block of Fair 
Ave. for a criminal Damaging report. 
Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that they believed their screen door 
had been damaged. The complainant 
stated it may have occurred at some point 
during the earlier morning hours. They also 
stated that it may have been caused by a 
BB gun.

Officers documented the damage done to 
the screen door.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186255
Date: Monday, September 10,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
200 E SECOND ST M


Complainant: MICHELLE COURTWRIGHT


Officers responded to the 200 block of E. 
Second St. for a hit-skip. Upon arrival 
officers spoke with the female complainant 
who advised that the damage was minor. 

Officers located the other vehicle involved 
and spoke with that male subject. The male 
was given a warning and advised that in the 
future he needs to stay at the scene of an 
accident. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186257
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
577 COLUMBIA ST 


Complainant: JOSHUA MONDAY


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St for a parking complaint. The 
complainant advised that a visitor from the 
other apartment had parked in his parking 
spot and when he asked them to move the 
vehicle they started to argue. the vehicle 
had been moved prior to officers arrival and 
officers spoke with the owner. They advised 
that the complainant had started the 
argument and they had already contacted 
the landlord. 

Both parties involved were advised that the 
landlord would need to handle the issue but 
to try and keep things civil. 

Officers stood by until the landlord arrived 
on scene.



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186258
Date: Monday, September 10,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
577 COLUMBIA ST 


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460

Officer was on scene in the 500 block of 
Columbia from a previous parking issue. 
The landlord arrived on scene and started 
an argument with the tenant and she was 
advised several times to back away from 
the tenant. 

The landlord continued to yell at the tenant 
causing the tenant to become angry. Both 
subjects started yelling at one
another and officers separated them and 
advised them to stay away from one 
another. 

The landlord issued a 3 day eviction notice 
and advised she was starting the eviction 
process. Both subjects were given 
disorderly conduct warnings and the 
landlord was advised to stay away from the 
tenant until things calmed down.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #:  20186260
Date: Monday, September 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check


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


Officers responded to thr 200 blk of Vine for 
a warrant check. Upon arrival, officers 
made contact with the resident who advised 
the female in question did not live there and 
he has not seen her. The resident did invite 
officers in and the apartment was checked.

 Officers did not locate the female in 
question and cleared without incident.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186261
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Recovered Property
2424 4 STATE ST
FINANCIAL INSTITUTION


Officer was flagged down behind the police 
dept. by a male subject who reported 
finding a debit card in the ATM machine at 
Farmer's Bank in the 2400 block of E. State 
St. 

Officer attempted three different phone 
numbers for the owner and had negative 
contact. The items will be placed into the 
lost and found until the owner can be 
located.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186262
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Vehicle Fire
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION



Officers along with the Salem Fire Dept. 
responded to the Smith Oil gas station for a 
report of a vehicle fire. 

Upon arrival, officer observed a small fire in 
the engine compartment of a Chrysler Town 
& Country car parked at one of the gas 
pumps. Officer had the clerk of the gas 
station hit the emergency stop for the gas 
pumps temporarily while the fire dept. 
investigated and extinguished the small fire. 

Due to a language barrier with the owner of 
the vehicle or scene, a translator was called 
to respond to the scene. 

Davidson's Towing was notified to respond 
to the scene to remove the vehicle.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186263
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Suspicious person
821 E STATE ST 


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


While on patrol, officer observed a male 
subject riding a bicycle down the middle of 
Vine Ave. approaching E. State St. The 
male did not have any lighted lights on his 
bicycle as required for riding at night. 

Officer stopped the bicyclist on Strotter 
Brown Ave. next to the library. Officer at this 
time also observed a male subject standing 
next to the library on the west side. The 
male unplugged a cell phone charger from 
an exterior outlet. 

Officer advised the male bicyclist of the 
laws regarding riding bicycles on the 
roadway at night. Officer also spoke with 
the subject standing next to the library. He 
advised he was charging the cell phone of 
the male on the bicycle. They were advised 
we have had complaint about unknown 
person(s) using the library's 
electricity/exterior outlets and that it was 
unwanted. 

The subjects were advised to stay off of the 
library property after hours. They were 
identified and sent on their way. 

Officers cleared.




Sgt. 6. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186264
Date: Monday, September 10,2018
Traffic Offense
613 OHIO AVE 


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


Officers initiated a traffic stop in the 600 
block of Ohio Ave. During investigation 
officers found the driver of the vehicle to be 
driving with a suspended license.The male 
was issued a traffic citation and given a 
verbal warning for an equipment violation. 
The male's car was legally parked and he 
was advised to make arrangements for a 
valid driver to come pick up his vehicle. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl. M. King



CITED: ERIK SALCEDO J.
DOB: 1989
ADDRESS: 397 1/2 PEARL ST. LEETONIA, 
OH 44431
CHARGE: DRIVING UNDER 
SUSPENSION




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186266
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
B8E / Burglary Reported
364 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: JAMES HEVERLY


Officers responded to 364 S. Ellsworth Ave, 
to speak with the male complainant in 
reference to unknown person(s) entering 
his residence while he was at work on 
Monday Sept. 10th between the hours of 
12:00pm & 6:00pm. The complainant 
reported no forced entry into the residence, 
but suspected that the suspect(s) entered 
either an unlocked window on the east side 
of the residence or another window on the 
south side of the residence.

He does not report of any of his personal 
property missing at the time of complaint, 
but did provide the name of possible 
suspects. Officers cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186267
Date: Tuesday, September 11,2018
Assist Salem Fire Dept
2229 E STATE ST
DRUGSTORE



Officers were dispatched to the 2200 block 
of E State Street to assist the Salem Fire 
Department with a motor vehicle lockout. 
This officer assisted on scene until no 
longer needed and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Tuesday, September 11, 2018
08:54 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186242
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
MV Lockout



Complainant: SAMANTHA FRAMPTON


Officers responded to the area of E 4th St. 
and N. Broadway Ave. for a motor vehicle 
lockout. The complainant signed a wavier of 
damages and entry was gained into the 
vehicle



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186228
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Barking Dog
1034 BUCKEYE AVE


Officer responded to the 1000 block of 
Buckeye for a report of a barking dog. 
Officer did monitor the area for several 
minutes but no barking was heard. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 09/09/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186229
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
485 AETNA ST


Officer responded to the 400 block of Aetna 
for a report of an open line 911 call. Officer 
did make contact with the resident who 
advised that the call was an accident and 
that everything was fine. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 09/09/2018



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186230
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Medical Problem / Assist
1928 MAPLE ST A SALEM

Complainant: MEDICAL ALERT, ALARM 


Officer responded to the above location 
along with the Salem FD first responders for 
a lift assist. It was found that an elderly 
female had fallen and needed assistance 
getting back up. There was no access to 
the residence without causing significant 
damage to the door. 

The female was not injured, therefore 
personnel awaited the arrival of a key 
holder to enter. The first responders tended 
to the female once entry was made.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186231
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Intoxicated Person
NEWGARDEN AVE / MULLINS 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a intoxicated female subject. 
Officers checked the area and wasn't able 
to locate any female subject.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186232
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
E PERSHING 1400 BLOCK B 
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer responded to Centennial Park for a 
possible water leak. Upon arrival, it was 
found that someone intentionally damaged 
a water line at pavilion # 1 causing it to 
continuously spray large amounts of water 
from the broken pipe. 

A member of the parks department was 
contacted and responded to turn the water 
off.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186233
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Criminal Trespassing
744 E THIRD ST


Complainant: HEATHER COURTNEY


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of possible criminal trespass and 
criminal damaging. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated the lock from the 
storage shed has been removed and the 
doors were open.

Officers checked the shed and nothing was 
out of place there were no marks and 
appeared not to be tampered with just 
missing the lock. The complainant stated 
she would call the landlord to see if he 
forgot to put the lock back on.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186234
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
750 E FIFTH ST


Report of a large tree limb down blocking 
the roadway in the area of the above 
location. 

Officers along with two good samaritans 
were able to pull it off the roadway enough 
for traffic to safely pass. The street 
department was advised so they could get 
the debris removed.




Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186236
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1125 E STATE ST 


Complainant: ASHLEY HAWKINS


Officers were dispatched to the above 
parking lot in reference to a suspicious 
vehicle. Complainant advised of a gray 
vehicle that was parked in the lot for over 
40 minutes and that the occupants never 
entered the store. 

Officers made contact with the owner and 
passenger and advised them of the 
complaint. They advised that they were 
using the WiFi at the business., but were 
about to leave. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186236
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1125 E STATE ST


Complainant: ASHLEY HAWKINS


Officers were dispatched to the above 
parking lot in reference to a suspicious 
vehicle. 

Complainant advised of a gray vehicle that 
was parked in the lot for over 40 minutes 
and that the occupants never entered the 
store. Officers made contact with the owner 
and passenger and advised them of the 
complaint. They advised that they were 
using the WiFi at the business., but were 
about to leave. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186237
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Ambulance Needed
2551 LEXINGTON AVE 14


Complainant: BRIAN CHRYSTAL


Officers were dispatched to the 2500 block 
of Lexington Ave in reference an unknown 
medical problem.

Complainant, who was dropping off his 
infant son at his estranged wife's residence, 
advised that he believed his wife to be 
under the influence of an unknown drug and 
was not comfortable releasing his son to 
her. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subject, who was confused and slow to 
react to officer's questions. The Salem Fire 
Department First Responders and EMT 
Ambulance were requested to the scene. 
The subject was transported to the SRMC 
for evaluation.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186238
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
876 HOMEWOOD AVE 


On 9/9/2018 officers were dispatched to the 
800 block of Homewood Ave in regards to a 
tree limb down that was covering the entire 
east side of the roadway. 

Upon arrival officers attempted to move the 
tree limb but was unable to. Officers then 
asked dispatch to request FD to arrive on 
scene to move the tree limb and then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186239
Date: Monday, September 10,2018
Traffic Offense
2551 LEXINGTON AVE 


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


Officer conducted a traffic stop on 
Lexington Ave. near Continental Dr. on a 
black Ford Fusion. The driver of the vehicle 
was given a warning for turn signal, cited for 
No OL and arrested for an active warrant 
she had out of Columbiana County.

The female subject was transported back to 
Salem PD where she was processed and 
given her traffic citation before being 
released to a CCSO Deputy.



Arrested: Crystal R. Hoskinson
DOB: 1991
Offense: Warrant (FTA Drug Paraphernalia)




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186240
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Fight
2875 E STATE ST A 


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


On 9/10/2018 officers responded to the 
2800 block of E State Street in regards to 
several subjects who were possibly trying to 
start a fight in a parking lot at one of the 
business's in the area. 

Upon arrival officers searched the area in 
the entire parking lot with negative findings. 
Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186241
Date: 
MV Lockout
189 E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: HAROLD BELL

Officer responded to the 100 block of 
E.Third St. for a motor vehicle lockout. The 
complainant filled out a waiver of damages 
form. Officer was able to gain entry into the 
vehicle.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186244
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
MV Lockout
2561 LEXINGTON AVE


Complainant: FRANK MARTIN


Officers responded to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Ave for a motor vehicle lockout. 
The complainant signed a wavier of 
damages and entry was gained into the 
vehicle



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186245
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Obstructed Roadway
1014 E STATE ST 


A large chunk of cement had lifted up out of 
the street causing a hazard Pedestrians in 
the area stated a suv struck it and kept 
going. Officer / dispatch contacted service 
dept who came and attended the situation.



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186246
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
MV LOCK OUT
2333 E STATE ST A 


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


responded to the 2300 block of E. State St. 
for a motor vehicle lockout. The 
complainant signed a wavier of damages 
and entry was gained into the vehicle




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186249
Date: Monday, September 10,2018
Solicitor(s)
435 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Officer(s) responded to the400 block of 
East State St for a report of person 
soliciting without a permit. 

On arrival to the area officers were flagged 
down by the complainant and advised that 
the person in question were at a business in 
the 100 block of South Broadway. Officers 
identified the persons in question and they 
were advised to cease there actions until 
they get the proper permits from the city. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186250
Date: Monday, September 10, 2018
Audible Alarm
776 N ELLSWORTH AVE



Officers responded to the 700 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for an alarm that may have 
been going off. Officers arrived in the area 
and did not hear any alarms. Officers also 
spoke to an employee of a business near 
by whostated that he had been outside for 
over an hour and did not hear any alarms 
as well.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Sunday, September 09, 2018
05:14 PM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186226
Date: Sunday, September 9,2018
Suspicious Person
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION



While on patrol officer observed an 
intoxicated male walk out of a business in 
the 200 block of E. State St. and stubmble 
across the roadway to Speedway. Officer 
also recieved several complaints about the 
male subject. 

Officers did make contact with the subject 
at Speedway and advise him of the 
complaint and what officers observed. The 
subject did have an odor of Marijuana 
coming from his person. The subject did 
advise officers that he had marijuana on his 
person.


Officers located marijuana and transported 
the subject back to the PD where he waited 
for a cab to take him back to his residence. 
The subject was given a MM ciataion for 
possession of marijuana.



Cited: Thomas J. Papic
DOB: 1984
Offense: Possession Of Marijuana ORD 
513.03 (C) 2




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186225
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
212 W WILSON ST SALEM



Complainant: TOWING, KISER


On 9/8/2018 officers were dispatched to the 
200 block of W Wilson Street in regards to a 
vehicle parked on private property. 

Upon arrival officers met with the 
complainant who advised that he wanted to 
have Sinsley's Towing retrieve the vehicle 
out of his property. Officers then explained 
to him that the PD would stand by with the 
complainant until the tow arrived and got 
the truck off of his property, however it was 
a civil matter and police would have no 
further involvement than that. 

The complainant understood and with that 
officers then called for Sinsley's and stood 
by until their arrival and while the vehicle 
was being put up on the tow truck.


The owner of the vehicle then arrived on 
scene and was able to talk to Sinsley's staff 
about getting his vehicle back. The vehicle 
was then released back to the owner and 
once it was moved off of the property 
officers then cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186224
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Fight
PARKING LOT



On 9/9/2018 officers responded to the 500 
block of E Pershing in regards to a fight in 
progress. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to the two male 
subjects who were allegedly involved in the 
fight along with other witnesses. Both male 
subjects stated that they were "playfully" 
joking around however neither were hurt 
nor did they want to press charges. 

Officers then gathered both subjects 
information and then cleared without 
incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186223
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Loud Music From MV
2366 E STATE ST



Report of loud noise coming from multiple 
vehicles parked in the Tractor Supply 
parking lot. Officers responded and made 
contact with several males who were 
playing loud music from their vehicles. They 
were advised of the complaint and advised 
they would keep the noise down. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Sunday, September 09, 2018
06:43 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186216
Date: Saturday, September 8,2018
Reckless Operator
1900 BLOCK OF E STATE ST


Officer(s) responded to the above location / 
area and checked for a vehicle bearing 
Ohio registration, GMT3198 that had cut off 
an ambulance in the McDonalds area of E. 
State St.

Officer Beeson did locate the vehicle at it's 
residence. Officer(s) cleared.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186218
Date: Saturday, September 8,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
100 BLOCK OF S BROADWA

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL A 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
a black pick up truck in the 1 OOblk of S. 
Broadway parking reverse to traffic (left side 
to curb).

Ohio registration, HHR9978 was parked 
north bound on the west side of the road 
along with an expired registration.

Officer issued a pink ticket # 3493 to the 
vehicle for violations of #3 & #8. The ticket 
was placed on the drivers side under the 
wiper blade in a plastic cover to protect it 
from the rain.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186219
Date: Saturday, September 8,2018
Loitering
228 VINE AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found a male inside a vehicle out side 
with the passenger side door partially open. 
Ohio registration, HMK3378 and another 
male who came out the back of the 
building-apartment complex.


It was found they were waiting on a friend to 
return home and were charging their cell 
phone in the hallway while waiting.


They advised that a male subject and 
pregnant female subject were fighting 
(arguing) out side but they had nothing to 
do with that.


Officer explained the complaint to them and 
they went on their way taking their charger 
with them. They advised they understood 
and left.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186220
Date: Saturday, September 8,2018
Speak To Officer 
523 W SIXTH ST SALEM


Complainant: AMY WATKINS

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant about having 
her aunt removed from the residence. 

Officers spoke with the aunt who stated she 
is there taking care of her sister. The 
complainant stated she owns the residence 
and wants her aunt to leave, the female 
subject said she would go.



Ptl. M. Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186221
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Drug Paraphernalia
600 BLOCK OF ARCH ST 

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


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 600 block of Arch 
for an equipment violation.

During the stop the scent of marijuana was 
noticed and a probable cause search of the 
vehicle was conducted.

Marijuana was located in the vehicle and 
the driver was issued a citation for the 
marijuana. The driver was also given a 
verbal warning for the traffic offense.



Cited: Tyler R. McCullough
DOB: 1997
Address: 1075 Dresden Ave East Liverpool, 
OH 43920
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)




Ptl D Beeson 09/08/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186222
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
MV Lockout
2870 E STATE ST 100

Complainant: RANDY DEAN,  RT 45 
LISBON, OH 44460

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant/owner of the 
vehicle bearing Ohio registration, G759752 
sitting in the parking lot in front of Rent A 
Center.


The complainant/owner signed the waiver 
of damages and entry was gained.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186214
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2875 E STATE ST A



Officers responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a report of a suspicious vehicle 
parked near a business. The caller reported 
twp individuals had exited the vehicle and 
were observed walking around. 

Officer arrived to the area within thirty 
seconds but the vehicle and occupants 
were already gone. Officer checked the 
immediate and surrounding area and 
nothing appeared out of order. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186213
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Check Up / Unit Assist
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


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


Officer stopped to assist an Ohio State 
Highway Patrol Trooper with DUI traffic stop 
at the above location. Officer stood by and 
cleared a short time later.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186212
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
200 BLOCK OF E FIFTH ST


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


Multiple tree limbs in the roadway in the 200 
block of E Fifth St. The tree limbs were 
removed and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186211
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Assist Perry Police
1074 CLEVELAND ST

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


On 9/8/2018 officers responded to the 1000 
block of Cleveland Street in regards to 
assisting Perry Township with a missing 
juvenile call. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
residents of the property who advised that 
the juvenile was not there and that they 
believed the juvenile was with her mother in 
Barberton Ohio.


Officers then gathered a time frame in 
regards to what / where the juvenile was 
during the day and provided it to Perry 
Township PD. Officers then cleared without 
incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186210
Date: Saturday, September 8, 2018
Reckless Operator
ROOSEVELT AVE / E THIRD St 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


Officers were dispatched to the above 
location in reference to a report of a 
reckless operator. Complainant advised of a 
vehicle that was peeling tires in the area, 
due to water on the roadway. No vehicle 
description nor a direction of travel was 
provided. 

Officers responded, but the vehicle was 
unable to be located. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186209
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
504 CONTINENTAL DR 48


On 9/7/2018 officers responded to the 500 
block of Continental Dr in regards to a loud 
noise complaint. Upon officers arrival they 
located and spoke to the male subject who 
was playing music loudly in his residence. 

Officers then advised him of the noise 
complaint and requested he turn the music 
down for the night. Once the male subject 
understood officers then cleared without 
incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186208
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Unattended Fire
317 N MADISON AVE



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


While on patrol officer noticed an 
unattended fire in the 300 block of N. 
Madison Ave. Officer was able to make 
contact with a resident at the home and 
have them put the fire out.





Ptl. Brooks 914-009





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186207
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Suspicious Person
1871 BENTLEY DR 


Officers responded to the area of Bentley 
and Roosevelt for a report of a suspicious 
person. Officers checked the area, but 
weren't able to locate the subject.




Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009 09/07/18





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186206
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Intoxicated Driver
2984 E STATE ST



Officer responded to the 2900 block of E. 
State St. for a report of an intoxicated 
driver. The vehicle was gone before officer 
arrived. 

Officer checked the area, but wasn't able to 
locate the vehicle.




Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186205
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Open Door
925 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
State St for a report of an open door on a 
building. An exterior door was observed 
propped open on the East side. Officers 
along with K9 Argo checked the interior and 
observed nothing appearing out of order. 

After the interior had been checked the door 
was able to be secured. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186204
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
987 W STATE ST 



Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a possible water line break. 
Officer arrived in the area and observed 
water coming from a driveway. 

It was later determined that the home owner 
was draining his pool for the season.




Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186203
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Check Well Being
1364 JEFFERSON AVE


Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Jefferson Ave for a report of a juvenile 
approximately 12 years of age that was lost. 
The juvenile had stopped at a residence on 
Jefferson Ave and asked for directions. The 
resident advised that the juvenile had 
departed toward Franklin Ave on a blue 
bicycle and the resident was concerned 
about the child getting home safely. 

The juvenile was subsequently located on 
Fourth St and was affirmed to have made it 
to her residence safely. 





Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186202
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Open Burning 
406 FRANKLIN AVE


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

While on patrol officer noticed two subjects 
that where standing outside burning 
plywood and other objects. Officer advised 
the subjects they could only burn seasonal 
firewood. 

FD responded and extinguished the fire.




Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186201
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Possible Scam
1872 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT



Complainant: STEPHEN PHILLIPS, N 
WEST ST COLUMBIANA, OH 44408


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a possible scam. Complainant 
advised that an unknown person was 
sending him text messages claiming to be 
the father of a female that he had met 
online. Complainant reported that the 
unknown person was claiming that the 
female he met was under age and advising 
complainant that he would turn him into law 
enforcement if the complainant did not send 
him money. 

Complainant was provided his options for 
handling the incident. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186200
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Speak To Officer
329 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: THOMAS PHILLIPS


Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of 
Newgarden Ave in reference to a speak 
with officer complaint. Upon arrival, officer 
spoke with complainant who advised that 
he was locked out of his residence by his 
sister, who then left the residence and went 
to a residence on Walnut St. 

Officer made contact with the subject and 
advised her of the complaint. 

She advised that she was unaware that her 
brother didn't have a key. Someone 
responded to let the complainant inside. 

Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Saturday, September 08, 2018
08:14 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186197
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Ambulance Needed
357 N Cunningham
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)



Officer responded to the 300 block of N 
Cunningham for a report of a juvenile 
having medical problems. Officer arrived 
and ensured that first responders were okay 
and that there was a family member 
present.




Ptl D Beeson 09/07/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186196
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Barking Dog
JENNINGS AVE / W NINTH ST



Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area and did not hear any 
barking dog(s). Once in a while a dog could 
be heard but unknown back yard 
location(s).

9th & Jennings appeared to be quiet.

Officer cleared.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186195
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Injured / Sick Animal
205 S HOWARD AVE


Complainant: FRENCH, PTLA 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Officer was stopped by a female on S. 
Ellsworth in the 100 blk who advised that at 
the corner of Pershing & Howard an elderly 
male was standing there with dead dog(s).


Officer responded and found a male subject 
known to this officer with a dog laying on a 
plastic lid not moving.


The male was visibly up set advising that he 
couldn't lift the animal because he was so 
old and the dog was too heavy. The male 
advised he was taking it to Angels for 
Animals and they were going to take care of 
it. The dog was still breathing but couldn't 
move.


Officer assisted the male placing the dog in 
the back of his vehicle so he could take it.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186194
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1062 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: HOUSHOUR, JOYCE L 1062 
CLEVELAND ST SALEM, OH 44460 2216 
(330)398-2145


Officer responded to the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St for a report of a neighbor 
dispute. Officer did speak with the 
complainant who advised of problems with 
a neighbor. The complainant was advised 
that though nothing was criminal, she 
should call back if something criminal 
should occur.



Ptl D Beeson 09/07/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186186
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
606 E SEVENTH ST


Complainant: KERRY SMOLIRA


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised that, 
some time during the night time hours 
person(s) unknown used a sharp object to 
scratch the complainants/victims/sisters car 
bearing Ohio registration, ENG7097 from 
the front to the rear and on top of the hood 
and trunk lid.


Extra patrol requested when possible.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186185
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Person To Be Removed
189 E THIRD ST



Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
E Third Street for a report of a person to be 
removed. 

Upon arrival, officers did speak with the 
complainant who advised one subject will 
not leave their residence after being told to 
do so by all household members. 

While identifying each individual, one 
subject was found to have a warrant. That 
subject did advise officers that she would 
like to press charges against another 
individual in the house for assault.

She was placed into the rear seat of cruiser 
#5, transported to the Salem Police 
Department to be processed and did write a 
voluntary statement form explaining the 
situation. 

Officers will follow up for possible charges. 
This subject was then released to a 
Columbiana County Sheriff Deputy.



Arrested: Nickole Marie Hoschar
DOB: 1992
Address: 5393 1/2 Bye RD East Palestine, 
OH 44413
Charge: Warrant Arrest



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186184
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
161 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


This officer was dispatched to the 100 block 
of N Lincoln Ave for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle. Upon arrival, this officer made 
contact with all occupants in the vehicle, 
found there to be no suspicious activity and 
cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186183
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Intoxicated Person
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer on patrol in the 300 block of S. 
Broadway was stopped and advised of 
suspicious activity occurring in the 400 
block. Officers responded and located the 
subject in question, and another subject 
was removed from the premises at the 
owners request. No criminal acts were 
observed as reported while officers were 
checking the establishment.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186182
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Intoxicated Person
496 S BROADWAY AVE


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


While on patrol in the 400 block of S. 
Broadway, Police observed two subjects 
leaving the bar. The subjects appeared to 
be in a dispute. When making contact it was 
found the two were intoxicated and not in a 
dispute. The subjects were advised to stay 
out of the roadway.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186181
Date: Friday, September 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
SOUTHEAST BLVD / S LINCOLN AVE


This officer was dispatched to the area of 
Southeast BLVD and S Lincoln Ave for a 
report of a disabled vehicle. This officer did 
make contact with the driver and informed 
me that her grandmother was in route with 
gasoline. This office stood by until the 
vehicle was mobile and cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186180
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Criminal Trespassing
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: DONNA


Officer responded to the 900 block of E 
State St for a female subject trespassing at 
a business. The complainant advised the 
female subject had attempted to steal items 
in the previous week and they wished to 
have her trespassed from the property. 

The female subject had left the business 
and officers checked the area but were 
unable to locate.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186179
Date: Thursday, September 6,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
490 W THIRD ST

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


After clearing a traffic stop, officer observed 
a male and female arguing in the front yard 
of a residence in the 400 blk of W. 3rd. Both 
parties advised they were agruing over past 
relationship issues. Both parties advised 
nothing physical occured and no threats 
were made. 

Both parties advised that everything was 
okay and neither party wished to leave the 
residence.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186178
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Traffic Offense
STEWART AVE / W THIRD ST


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

ARA: HARTENSTEIN, NICHOLAS DEAN 
1266 CEDAR RIDGE DR SALEM, OH 
44460


Officers initiated a traffic stop on W. Third 
St. in the area of Stewart Ave. During the 
stop K9 Simon was deployed and gave a 
positive indication to the odor of narcotics. A 
probable cause search was conducted and 
contraband was recovered. The driver of 
the vehicle was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for possession of 
drug paraphernalia.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186166
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Check Well Being
555 COLUMBIA ST



Officers checked on the well being of an 
adult male that was walking in the area of 
Penn Ave and Columbia. The male was 
upset over his girlfriend and children 
moving out of state. He stated he did not 
need or want intervention and or counseling 
at this time but was advised of some 
options for help should he change his mind. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186165
S Broadway Ave
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
641 CHERRY ST


Officers checked a possible domestic in 
progress with a third party reporting a 
female screaming for help. 

Upon arrival officers talked with the male 
and female residents. Both advised it was 
an argument and nothing physical took 
place. Female denied anything physical and 
denied women's shelter opportunity. Male 
voluntarily left without further incident. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186192
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1680 S LINCOLN AVE
SUPER USA FOOD STORE


Unit#2 Driver: ERIC SCOTT,  SALEM, OH 
44460 , OWN UHAUL CO OF ARIZONA

Unit#1 Owner/Driver: TIONNE JOHNSON,  
SALEM, OH

Officer responded to South Lincoln Ave 
near train tracks for a report of a motor 
vehicle accident. Officer arrived and found 
that Unit#2 was stationary near the train 
tracks facing south bound when the driver 
did start to reverse to avoid waiting for the 
train. This action did cause Unit 2 to strike 
Unit#1 which was directly behind Uni#2 
facing the same direction The damage was 
minor. 


The driver of Unit 2, ERIC SCOTT,  was 
advised that he was at fault in the accident.



Ptl D Beeson 09/07/2018



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186193
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Identity Theft


Complainant: LINDA MELLISH


Officer met with the complainant on station 
and advised that she had received a phone 
call from the social security department and 
advised that some one used her 
identificatian to purchase land worth one 
million dollars in Texas.


She called the number and gave them 
information they requested and now she is 
unsure if that was correct?


She has contacted her creditors about this 
and she was given this report number.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186191
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Neighbor Dispute
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: BRENDA CARDER


Officer responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a report of a neighbor 
dispute. Officer arrived and found that the 
matter was between a landlord and tenants 
and that nothing criminal had occurred. 

The complainant was advised to evict the 
tenants if she had an issue with them



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186190
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Suspicious Person
821 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a intoxicated male subject, 
Officers made contact with the male subject 
who was not intoxicated and was just sitting 
on the front steps with a female subject 
Both decided to go home and left the 
business



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186189
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Assist Other Agency
1675 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: CHIP HANK


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with zoning and housing officer(s) who 
advised that the owner of the residence had 
been staying there although he has been 
advised of the order not to since the house 
is un inhabitable.


No one was there but, there was a large 
amount of items inside the residence and 
the garage along with make shift tents and 
other items in the back of the property in the 
wooded area.

The owner of the property was not there 
and may be out of the State.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186188
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Traffic Offense
100 Block of Fair Ave


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


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle due to the driver not 
having a valid drivers license at E State St 
and Fair. During the stop the driver did give 
consent to search the vehicle. The driver 
was ultimately given a citation for the 
licensing offense and officer cleared.



Cited: Harold G. Bell Jr.
DOB: 1962
Address: 189 E Third St Salem OH 44460
Cited: Failure to Reinstate



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186187
Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
Interior Motion Alarm
1937 SHADY LN


Complainant: CARNATION SECURITY, 
ALARM


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the resident therekey holder 
who advised they were unaware that the 
alarm company had called this department.  
They thought they had reset the alarm 
before they would call. Resident / key 
holder advised it was accidental Officer(s) 
cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186177
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Traffic Offense
E PERSHING ST / WASHINGTON AVE


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


Officers initiated a traffic stop on 
Washington Ave. at E. Pershing St. The 
driver of the vehicle did consent to a 
search. The vehicle was searched however 
no contraband was located. 

The driver was issued a written warning for 
an equipment violation. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186176
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
196 HAWLEY AVE 1/2 


Complainant: RHONDA TOMAS


Officers responded to the 100 blk of Hawley 
for a harassment report. Complainant 
advised that her son was receiving 
messages from a known juvenile stated he 
wanted to fight him tomorrow at school or 
on the way to school.


Complainant advised that her son and the 
other juvenile have gotten into physical 
altercations in the past. 

Officers did speak with the other juvenile 
who advised that the complainants son was 
starting the recent issues. All information 
will be pass on to the oncoming shift along 
with the SRO.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186175
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
652 E FIFTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 600 blk of E 5th 
for a dispute between a male and female. 

Upon arrival, both parties advised they were 
having relationship issues and were just 
talking. Both parties advised nothing 
physical occured.

The female advised she was going to go for 
a walk to clear her head while the male 
went back to the residence.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186174
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
MV Lockout
2495 E STATE ST A 


Officers responded to the 2400 block of E. 
State St. for a motor vehicle lockout. 
Officers were unable to gain entry into the 
vehicle and the woman arranged to have a 
ride home to pick up her spare key. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186173
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Speak To Officer
231 S BROADWAY AVE I3



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a speak to officer report. 
The complainant had several questions 
about disposing of old prescriptions and 
needles. She was advised that the PD 
accepts old prescriptions in the back lobby 
but needles were not accepted in the 
container.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911-073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186172
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Neighbor Dispute
284 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY


Police responded to the 200 block of E. 4th 
St for a neighbor dispute. Upon arriving 
both parties had already separated. The 
complainant, who does not live at the 
residence, contacted Police for what she 
thought was a dispute without knowing the 
situation. 

The supposed victim did not want to 
cooperate with Police.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186171
Date: Thursday, September 6,2018
Assist Perry Police


Officer was on station with a juvenile from a 
previous call and was advised of several 
incidents that occurred outside the city. 

Officer collected information from the 
subjects and contact Perry Township Police 
Department. Officer stood by with Perry PD 
to obtain further information and cleared 
without incident.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911-073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186170
Date: Thursday, September 6,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
178 FAIR AVE 


Complainant: TOY, SGTK 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, (330)337-7811


Officers on patrol responded to an address 
in the 100 block of Fair Ave. for a wanted 
subject in the residence.

Officers observed the subject in the 
residence and the occupant denied the 
subject was in the residence. The wanted 
subject was located inside, taken into 
custody and the resident was also arrested. 

Officers transported both on station where 
they were processed, and the adult resident 
transported to the county jail. The juvenile 
was transported to the Tobin Center due to 
a Columbiana County Deputy not being 
available.



Sgt. K. Toy S-5/089




Arrested: Georgette F. Kramp DOB:1966 of 
178 Fair Ave. Salem Ohio
Charge: Obstructing Justice



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186169
Date: Thursday, September 6,2018
Runaway / Missing
1200 E SIXTH ST A
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Complainant: KRISTA LITTLE


Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of a missing 
juvenile. The complainant advised her 
daughter did not return home after school 
and was not answering her cell phone. 

Officers made contact with a friend of the 
missing juvenile and advised that the 
juvenile was still at the high school. 

Officers located the juvenile and 
transported her to Salem Police Department 
to be picked up by her mother.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911-073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186168
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Assist Other Agency
737 SUMMIT ST


Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY, 
CHILDREN 0 LISBON


Officers assisted Children Services with 
attempting to locate a missing juvenile that 
had an active warrant.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186167
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E PERSHING ST / REILLY ST


Unit #1 Driver:  Betty Adams , Salem, Oh


Unit #2 Driver: CHERIE SYPPKO , Beloit, 
Oh



Officers responded to the area of E. 
Pershing St. and S. Lincoln Ave. for a motor 
vehicle accident. Officers spoke to the 
driver of Unit #1 who stated she was exiting 
the parking lot of Salem Library when she 
pulled out in front of Unit #2 causing the 
driver of Unit #1's vehicle to strike the driver 
of Unit #2's vehicle who was on the 
roadway. 

The driver of Unit #1 was given a citation for 
right of way.



Cite: Betty Adams D.0.B 08/09/1950
Cited for Right of Way (ORD. 331.16)




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Friday, September 07, 2018
07:10 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186164
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
Check Well Being
2320 E STATE ST



Police responded to the 2300 block of E. 
State St for an elderly male subject in the 
roadway. When making contact the male 
was confused with his surroundings. The 
male believed to be in a different time 
setting. The male was questioned if he 
would like to be checked out medically and 
he agreed. 

The male was transported to the Hospital 
by KLG.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186163
Date: Thursday, September 6, 2018
OVI Arrest
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


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


Officers initiated a traffic stop on N Lincoln 
Ave near E Third St for a traffic offense. 

The driver and passenger were identified 
and advised the reason for the stop. The 
driver was found to be impaired and 
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 passenger was also impaired and 
given a courtesy transport to the Salem 
Police Department to wait for a ride. The 
vehicle was towed from the scene by AAA. 

The driver refused further testing and was 
issued his paperwork and citation, then 
released to a family member.



Arrested: Ian A. D'Ostroph
DOB: 1993
Address: 143 W Carolina Ave, Sebring, 
Ohio 44672
Charge: OVI ORC 451 1.19Ala and Turn 
Signal ORC 4511.39




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186162
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Vehicle B8E / Trespass
318 WOODLAND AVE 


Complainant: DANIEL LEWIS


Police responded to the 300 block of 
Woodland Ave. The complainant stated this 
morning he noticed the cover of his grill was 
pulled off. The complainant also saw that 
the rear door of his vehicle was open. 
Nothing was taken from the vehicle or 
damaged. When returning home it was 
noticed that the cover to his lawn mower 
had also been removed.

The complainant advised he wanted the 
incident documented.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186161
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
744 E THIRD ST SALEM


Police responded to the 700 block of E. 3rd 
St for a missing juvenile. The mother 
advised that the juvenile was walking his 
girlfriend home just down the street. The 
juvenile had not returned in the time he had 
advised. 

While speaking with the mother the juvenile 
had returned to the residence.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186160 
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Runaway / Missing 
1449 CLEVELAND ST 


Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND


Officers responded to the 1400 block of E. 
State St. to take a report of a juvenile who 
had run away. The juvenile's information 
was entered into L.E.A.D.S. as a missing 
person. 

Officers searched the areas where the 
complainant thought she may have gone 
but were unable to locate the juvenile.



Ptl. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186159
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
228 VINE AVE SALEM


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460


While on patrol, officers were advised of a 
suspicious person sitting in the hallway of 
228 Vine. Officers checked the area due to 
several recent overdoses at that location. 
While checking the rear of the building, 
officers located a female with a known 
active warrant out of this county. 

The warrant was confirmed and the female 
was taken into custody. 

While taking the female into custody, she 
advised she had a syringe in her sock. The 
female did retrieve the syringe and did hand 
it over to officers without incident. 

The female was transported to this station 
for the booking process and later 
transported to jail by this officer.



ARA:

Kimberly I. Edie
D.0.B.- 1992
LKA- 674 E. 6th St. Apt. 5
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant, Possession of Drug 
Abuse Instruments.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186158
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Obstructed Roadway
491 REILLY AVE A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave for a couch in the roadway. The 
complainant advised a couch with two 
subjects were sitting in the road. Police 
drove though the area multiple times. No 
couch was observed in the road.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186157
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Check Well Being
564 JEFFERSON AVE


Complainant: MERCY HOSPITAL, POLICE 


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Jefferson Ave for a well being check. A 
male subject had left the hospital in 
Boardman against medical advise. 

Officers made contact with the subject's 
father who advised the male was not home 
but with his mother. The father stated he 
would contact the PD when the subject 
returned if needed.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186155
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
441 CONTINENTAL DR 21


Complainant: AARON WOLFORD


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr. for to take a report of a theft. 
The complainant advised that the day 
before his vape was stolen from his 
residence. He was unsure of who had taken 
it, however advised that a few friends had 
been over visiting. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186153
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
167 FA1R AVE


Complainant: ANGIE SMITH

Officers responded to the 100 block of Fair 
Ave for a parking complaint. The 
complainant advised that a tree service 
truck was blocking her driveway. Officer 
made contact with the subject who advised 
he would move the vehicle and clear off the 
driveway.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186150
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Fire Alarm
2348 E STATE ST

Complainant: ALARM, FIRST GEN 

Officers responded to a business in the 
2300 block of E. State St. for a fire alarm. 
Upon arrival officers spoke with a male 
employee who advised that the alarm was 
accidental. The fire department arrived on 
scene and were able to get the alarm to 
shut off. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186149
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Drug Overdose
226 VINE AVE


Officers along with first responders and 
EMT responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave for a drug overdose. A male was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT where he was treated. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Thursday, September 06, 2018
09:06 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186139
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Recovered Property
N UNION AVE / CLEVELAND ST



Complainant on station to turn in a 
cellphone that was located near the above 
stated location. Phone will be placed into 
this department's lost/found until claimed by 
the owner.


Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186140
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1200 E SIXTH ST A
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


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


Officers were dispatched to the 1200 block 
of E. Sixth St. for a juvenile issue. Officers 
met with school faculty who provided the 
officer with a video showing a physical 
altercation between two students. The 
juvenile that was present was taken into 
custody and transported to the Tobin 
Center.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186141
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Person to Be Removed
436 E. Second St


Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE 260 S 
ELLSWORTH AVE 


Officer checked for a male using his cell 
phone outside the building. Upon arrival the 
man had walked off church property. Officer 
advised him of the complaint. 



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186142
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Stolen Bicycle
184 WASHINGTON AVE 


Complainant: KATHRYN FISHER


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a stolen bicycle. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised a 
small bicycle was removed from her porch. 
The complainant did not wish to pursue the 
matter at this time.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186143
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Theft
257 W WILSON ST 


Complainant: WILLIAM MICHALAK

Officers responded to the 200 block of W. 
Wilson St. for a report of a theft. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that a 
large sum of cash was taken from his 
household on 9/4/2018. the complainant 
believes he knows who had taken his 
money and just wishes it returned at this 
time.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186145
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept


Complainant: DEPUTY M COUNTY HOME 
RD

Officers checked numerous residents for 
warrants at the request of CCSO. Officer 
were unsuccessfull with making contact.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186147
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Criminal Trespassing
563 FRANKLIN AVE 


Complainant: JACOB DEPRILL


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a criminal 
trespassing. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised someone removed a sign from his 
yard. 

Officer advised the complainant to contact 
this department if there are any future 
problems.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186114
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Check Well Being
284 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY 
COUNSELING


Officers responded to the above location 
along with the First Responders. Officer(s) 
talked with the female resident and the 
counseling center female on the phone with 
the female resident. 

It was found that the female on the phone 
was unsure of what was going on only that, 
the female resident had a sharp knife and 
was going to do something? It was found 
that the female resident felt she was being 
threatened by the neighbors so she was 
going to protect herself. 

KLG ambulance transported the female to 
the Salem Regional Medical Center at the 
female residents request.



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186115
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Littering / Dumping
383 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: WILLIAM NELSON


Officer was dispatched to the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St to speak with the subject 
about illegal dumping.

Complainant called to advise that the 
subject was dumping his trash into the trash 
receptacles at the Salem Car Wash and 
wanted officer to advise him to stop 
throwing his trash away there. 

Officer attempted contact with the subject, 
but his family advised that he was working 
His parents were advised to tell him to stop 
throwing his trash away at the car wash and 
they advised that they would. Officer 
cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20186116
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Assist Perry Police
STATE ST / GEORGETOWN RD 


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


While on patrol, officer observed Perry 
Township PD on a traffic stop just outside 
the city limits. Officer stopped to check on 
them and while there they requested the 
Kg. K9 Argo was deployed on the vehicle 
but did not indicate to the presence of a 
narcotic odor. 

Officer stood by while they finished their 
stop.




Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186117
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018 
Suspicious Vehicle
NEWGARDEN AVE / W WILSON 


Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area for a black colored Dodge 
Dakota pick up truck that was in the area 
with a female operator. The truck would just 
move up and down with people walking 
over to it then walking away.


Officer checked the area and did not locate 
the vehicle.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186118
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Suspicious Person
SHARP 100 BLOCK SALEM


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a suspicious male under the 
overpass. He was reportedly yelling things 
to himself. 

Officers checked the entire area, but no one 
was located.



Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186120
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Intoxicated Driver
1125 E STATE ST SALEM 


Complainant: BRITTANY SMITH


Officer was dispatched to the above area in 
reference to an intoxicated driver. 
Complainant advised of an elderly male 
operating a black Volkswagen and traveling 
east bound on E State St from the 11 00 
block. Officer attempted to locate the 
vehicle, but it was not found. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police Department
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Structure Fire
1208 CLEVELAND ST


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


Report of a structure fire in the 1200 block 
of Cleveland St. Officer arrived with the 
Salem Fire Department and they 
determined that there was no fire. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186122
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
E PERSHING 1400 BLOCK B SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer was dispatched to Centennial Park 
for juveniles climbing in the rafters of the 
pavilion on the north side of the park. 
Officer responded and spoke with several 
juveniles about the complaint. One male 
juvenile stated he was doing pull ups on the 
rafters, but was not climbing in them. The 
juvenile was advised to cease his actions.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186123
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Traffic Offense
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SECOND ST


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


Officer on patrol in the area of E. State 
Street and N. Ellsworth Avenue conducted 
a traffic stop on a purple Dodge Stratus for 
a turn signal violation. The driver/owner of 
the vehicle was advised of the reason for 
the traffic stop and was found to have a 
suspended drivers license. The vehicle was 
towed from the scene by Kaiser Towing and 
the driver was issued a citation for the 
violations.



Cited: Sebastian P. Crean 875 Granite Ave. 
Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1997)
Failure to use Turn Signal
Driving Under Suspension - License 
Forfeiture



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186124
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Identity Theft
1735 S LINCOLN AVE



Complainant: RUBEN CASARES, JAIME 
ST WESLACO, TX 78596 


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant by 
phone. The complainant advised officer that 
he lived in Texas and someone from a 
business in Salem was using his identity. 
Officer provided the complainant with the 
report number. The matter is under 
investigation



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186125
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: GRETCHEN WILMS


Complainant on station to advise that an 
adult male and two juvenile males on 
bicycles surrounded her vehicle while she 
was at the ATM at Consumer's National 
Bank. She advised that they approached 
her and asked her for money. 

Officer located the two juveniles in the 100 
block of W Pershing St and asked them 
about the incident.

They denied having asked the female for 
money. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186126
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Suspicious Person
W SCHOOL ST / E SIXTH ST 


Complainant: MICHAEL FROMM


Police responded to the area of W. School 
St. and E. Sixth St. for a report of an 
attempted abduction. The complainant 
advised that about 30 minutes prior to 
calling the PD his juvenile neighbor was 
standing outside and a male subject on a 
bicycle grabbed the female subject. The 
female subject scratched the other subject 
and he rode off. 

Officers got a description of the subject and 
checked the area, officers were not able to 
locate the subject. Both the complainant 
and juvenile were advised if they see the 
subject again to call the PD immediately.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186127
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
175 W STATE ST 
GAS STATION


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


Officer on patrol observed a male subject at 
a business in the 100 block of W. State 
Street who had an active arrest warrant out 
of the Columbiana County Sheriff 
Department. Officer made contact with the 
subject and advised him of the warrant. 

Once the warrant was confirmed the subject 
was placed in custody and transported back 
to the police department where he was 
booked and released to a Columbiana 
County Sheriff Deputy.



Arrested: Jason J. Walker 631 E. Ninth 
Street Apt. #3 Salem, Ohio 44460 ( DOB: 
1981)
Warrant - Domestic Violence M1




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186128
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Complainant: KATIE 


Officer responded to Smith Oil for a report 
of a drive off. The suspect driving an older 
tan 4 door Buick pumped $40.17 worth of 
gas and failed to render payment before 
driving off. Officer checked the area, but 
was not able to locate the vehicle.




Ptl. J. Brooks 914-009 09/04/18




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Salem Police Department#: 20186130
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Runaway / Missing 
1449 E STATE ST 


Officer responded to the 1400 block of E. 
State. St. for a report of a runaway/missing 
juvenile. The juvenile left home without 
permission. Officer was able to locate the 
juvenile at Centennial Park and return her 
home.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186131
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
110 W PERSHING ST 


Complainant: CHAD RAYMOND


Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of 
W Pershing St in reference to a juvenile 
problem. Complainant advised that two 
juveniles were knocking on his door and 
windows and then running away. 

Officer made contact with the juveniles next 
door and advised them to cease their 
actions. They advised they understood and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186132
Date: Tuesday, September 4,201 8
Traffic Offense
0400 BLOCK OF E PERSHING STREET


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


Officer on patrol in the area of E. Pershing 
Street and S. Lincoln Avenue conducted a 
traffic stop for an illegal turn violation. 
Contact was made with the driver of the 
vehicle who was advised of the violation. 

K9 Argo was requested to the scene and 
provided positive indication to narcotic odor. 
A search of the vehicle was conducted and 
a metal vape pipe containing a suspected 
narcotic substance was seized and also a 
prescription pill bottle with an unknown 
liquid was seized. 

The driver was advised that the items will 
be sent to the crime lab for testing and 
charges could result. The driver was given 
a warning for the illegal turn violation and 
the traffic stop was cleared.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police Department
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Domestic In Progress
881 E THIRD ST 



Police responded to the 800 block of E. 
Third St. for a report of a domestic. Upon 
arrival a female subject advised that her 
and several other subjects had gotten into a 
verbal altercation and the other subjects left 
prior to officer arrival. 

Officer did locate and speak to two of the 
other three subjects involved who both 
advised that the altercation was verbal only 
and they were not returning to the 
residence.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009 09/04/18



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186134
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
S LINCOLN AVE / OLIVE ST


Complainant: SLIDER, SGT B 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460


While on patrol officer observed a possible 
wanted person in the 1500 block of S 
Lincoln Ave. Officer subsequently made 
contact with the individual and immediately 
observed it was not the person with the 
warrant.



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186135
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
200 BLOCK OF WASHINGTON


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


Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Washington Ave in regards to attempt to 
serve a warrant on a male subject. 

Upon arrival officers knocked on the front 
door of where the wanted male was last 
known to be living. Officers then made 
contact with a female subject that advised 
the wanted male in question had moved out 
of the state recently. Officers then cleared 
without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186136
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Graffiti (Spray Paint)
W STATE ST 


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


While on patrol officer observed recent 
Graffiti beneath the W State St overpass. 
Officer took photographs of the damage. 


Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186137
Date: Wednesday, September 5,2018
Traffic Offense
766 ARCH ST


Complainant: BROOKS, PTL J 


Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle 
for Expired Registration.   The owner/driver 
of the vehicle was given a verbal warning 
for expired registration.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186119
Date: Tuesday, September
Accident No Injury Reported
1785 E STATE ST A 
MEMORIAL BUILDING



Unit 3- Owner/Operator: Robert Gruszecki 
(SALEM, OH)

Unit 2- Owner/Operator: Wayne Fieldhouse 
(BELOIT, OH) 

Unit 1 - Owner/Operator: Donald McGuire 
(SALEM, OH)



Officer was dispatched to the 700 block of E 
State St in reference to a three vehicle 
traffic accident. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with all 
involved, who advised that there were no 
injuries. 

Unit 1, Unit 2, and Unit 3 were all traveling 
west bound on E State St. Unit 2 and Unit 3 
were both stopped in traffic, when Unit 1 
failed to stop in time and struck the rear of 
Unit 2. This resulted in Unit 2 striking Unit 3. 

Unit 3 sustained minor damage to the rear 
center, Unit 2 sustained functional damage 
to the front center and rear center, and Unit 
1 sustained functional damage to the front 
center. 

The passenger of Unit 2 began to have 
neck pain and the Salem Fire Department 
First Responders and EMT Ambulance 
were requested to the scene. She was later 
transported to the SRMC.



The operator of Unit 1 was cited for 
Assured Clear Distance.


Cited: Donald K. McGuire DOB 1934
655 Franklin Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Assured Clear Distance (Salem 
ORD 333.03)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Wednesday, September 05, 2018
09:01 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186090
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
BUCKEYE AVE / W TENTH ST SALEM


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


Officer on patrol observed a vehicle parked 
illegally in the 200 block of W Tenth St. Both 
a parking citation and a red warning tag 
were issued, due to the vehicle having been 
parked there illegally for approximately 24 
hours.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186091
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Domestic In Progress
795 ETHRD ST SALEM


Complainant: JOSHUA GARROD


Officers responded to the 700 block of E 
Third St in reference to a domestic in 
progress. Complainant advised that his 
sister's boyfriend had just struck her in the 
face. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
female subject who advised that her 
boyfriend had punched her in the face after 
an argument about food. The female 
advised that her boyfriend had been 
consuming alcohol all day and when he 
came home, he was eating in the bedroom 
and making mess. She advised that an 
argument ensued, resulting in her being 
punched in the right eye by her boyfriend.

Officers spoke with the male, who had a 
swollen and bloody lip, and he advised that 
the female had struck him in the mouth first 
during the argument. The male advised that 
he was trying to stop the female from 
striking him and grabbed her hand, when 
she punched him, and threw her hand back 
towards her. 

Due to both subjects having visible injuries, 
both were taken into custody for Domestic 
Violence and transported to the police 
department for processing. They were both 
later transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.



Arrested: Jennifer L. Birchak DOB 1978
795 E Third St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (ORC 
2919.25A)


Arrested: Richard L Howell DOB 1981
795 E Third St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (ORC 
2919.25A)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186092
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
339 NE WGARDEN AVE SALEM


Complainant: JAMES HEVERLY


Officer responded to the 300 block of 
Newgarden Ave where the complainant 
advised that he responded to advise his son 
and his son's mother that the complainant 
does not want the son returning to the 
complainant's residence on S Ellsworth Ave 
due to the son being disrespectful. Officer 
subsequently advised the son and the son's 
mother, and the son advised he would not 
return to his father's residence. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186093
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Animal Complaint
346 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM


Complainant: KRISTOPHER BRANCH


Officer was flagged down in the 300 block 
of Newgarden Ave regarding a complaint of 
numerous racoons residing a vacant 
property in the area, which the complainant 
has had to chase away from his children's 
play area several times. The individual 
questioned what, if anything, could be done 
to eliminate the problem. 

Officer advised the individual I would 
forward the complaint to zoning regarding 
the vacant property, but I was unsure what 
could be done. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186094
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Assist Perry Police
ST RT 45 / GOSHEN RD


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


Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Township PD on a traffic stop 
and they also 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 nothing but both 
occupants admitted to prior marijuana use.




Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186096
Date. Monday, September 3,2018
Suspicious Vehicle

Complainant: JOHN HEINZE

Officer was dispatched to a business in the 
700 block of W. State Street for a 
suspicious vehicle complaint. Officer 
responded and was advised by the 
complainant that a black Dodge Ram truck 
was parked in the parking lot with the 
windows down and no persons around. 

Upon checking the vehicle the owner 
responded and advised that the truck was 
parked there due to construction being 
done on a residence he was at. The 
complainant advised that the vehicle could 
be parked there.



Ptl. C. Crider 910.017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186097
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Fire Alarm
1200 E SIXTH ST A
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Complainant: SIMPLEX SECURITY, 
ALARM


Officer responded to the Salem High School 
with the fire department for a fire alarm. 
Officer stood by while the fire department 
determined that there was no fire.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186098
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Accident MV vs Animal
HIGHLAND AVE / QUAKER LN 


Complainant: JENNI WEBB, 1019 W PINE 
LAKE SALEM, OH

Officer was dispatched to Highland Avenue 
near Quaker Lane for a motor vehicle 
accident involving a deer. 

Office responded and made contact with 
the complainant/driver of a Buick SUV. The 
driver advised she was headed north on 
Highland Avenue just south of Quaker Lane 
when a deer headed east across Highland 
Avenue ran in to the driver side of her 
vehicle. Damage to the side rear view 
mirror was photographed. The driver and 
male passenger both advised of no injury 
and the deer was not located in the area. 
Officer provided the driver with a report 
number and cleared.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186099
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Attempted Suicide
116 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


Officers responded to the 100 block of E 
Fourth St in reference to a male who had 
made threats to commit suicide.

Complainant reported that the subject 
advised her that if she did not come over to 
his residence, he would take pills and kill 
himself. 

Officers made contact with the subject who 
denied having made those comments. The 
subject advised that he was okay and 
denied medical attention. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186100
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1364 JEFFERSON AVE


Officers responded and checked Jefferson 
and surrounding streets in the Southeast 
portion of the City for a report of a 
suspicious vehicle driving around the area. 
The caller described the vehicle as having a 
loud exhaust and stated it had driven 
through the area several times. Officers 
remained in the area for some time and did 
not come across the vehicle. 

Subsequent patrols were made through the 
area to maintain an extra watch. 


Sgt 6 Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186101
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Ambulance Needed
405 CUNNINGHAM RD 



Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Cunningham Road for an intoxicated male 
subject who was not responsive. Officers 
responded and found the male subject 
laying in the yard at his residence. The 
subject was breathing, but not responding 
to any communication. First Responders 
and KLG Ambulance responded and the 
male was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG 
Ambulance.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186103
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
300 B LOCK OF N MADISON 

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

While on patrol officer observed several 
vehicles stopped with their hazard lights 
activated near the 300 block of N Madison 
Ave. Officer made contact and learned that 
one of the vehicles was disabled and the 
others were there assisting in getting it 
moved. The individuals stated they did not 
need any further assistance and officer 
cleared.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186104
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
180 OHIO AVE 10


Complainant: MICHAEL CALDWELL

On 9/3/2018 officers responded to the 100 
block of Ohio Ave in regards to a motor 
vehicle lock-out. Upon arrival officers met 
with the complainant outside of his vehicle. 

Officers then had the complainant sign a 
waiver of damages form and then gained 
entry into the vehicle. Once entry was 
gained officers then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186105
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Suspicious Person
VINE AVE / E STATE ST


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

While on patrol officer was flagged down in 
the 100 block of Vine Ave by an individual 
who advised that he had observed two 
suspicious individuals walking near the 
library and that they had appeared to be 
looking into a window Officer responded 
and checked the exterior of the Library. One 
person was located near the back at a 
bench and hc stated he was just there using 
his cell phone. The individual further 
advised that two juveniles had walked past 
some time earlier, but were no longer in the 
area. No problems were observed. 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186106
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
434 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


On 9/4/2018 officers responded to the 400 
block of N Ellsworth Ave in regards to a 
loud noise complaint. Upon arrival officers 
could noise coming from a garage in the 
area. Officers then spoke with the property 
owner in her garage and advised her of the 
complaint. The female subject advised that 
she was just cleaning out her garage with 
music playing but that she was done for the 
night. 

Officers then gathered the female subject's 
information and then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186107
Date: Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Accident With Injury



Unit#3,  Driver/Owner: MICHELLE VRABLE 
OH FHL3401 2011 CHEV Eqinox WHITE


Unit#l ,  Driver/Owner: MONICAA TALBERT 
OH HDR3669 2004 CHEV Trail Blaz RED 


Unit#2,  Owner: PHYLLIS RILEY , Diver: 
BAILEY RILEY, 3801 CANNON RD 
AUSTINTOWN, OH



Officers responded to the intersection of E 
Third St and N Lincoln Ave for a report of a 
three car accident. 

Officer arrived and found that Unit#1 was 
traveling south bound on N Lincoln Ave 
when the driver reportedly fell asleep and 
struck the rear of Unit#2. Unit#2 was 
stationary at the stop sign facing south 
bound on N Lincoln Ave. 

The collision did cause Unit#1 to push 
Unit#2 into the street where it struck Unit#3 
which was making a left hand turn from E 
Third St onto N Lincoln Ave. 

The Salem Fd and KLG did respond to 
evaluate the occupants of the vehicle.

Davidsons towed Unit 1, Sinsleys did tow 
Unit#2, and AAA did tow Unit#3 from the 
scene. 

The driver of Unit 1 was cited for ACDA.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186108
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Tow Vehicle  20186108 - 1311 S LINCOLN 
AVE SALEM


Complainant: BROWN, ROY 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460


Officers responded to the above location to 
meet with the Housing Officer to stand by 
for an abandoned vehicle to be towed. 
Davidson's Towing towed the vehicle from 
the residence.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186109
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Speak To Officer
1200 E SIXTH ST A


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


While at the above location this officer was 
advised of possible child abuse. The female 
juvenile did have several visible injuries and 
all information was gathered and will be 
turned over to children services.




Ptl. Miller 067




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186110
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Dog At Large
564 E SECOND ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and did observe a brown and black dog 
running loose in the parking lot, but was 
staying close to a vehicle that was parked in 
the lot.

There was another dog inside the vehicle . 
The dog outside had a collar and a chain 
type necklace on.

While there the owner of the vehicle came 
and advised the dog outside was theirs and 
they had control of the dog.

Ohio registration, HMK3011.



Ptl. Beeson 004




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186111
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Speak To Officer
231 S BROADWAY AVE A


Complainant: DEBORAH BEECH


Officer met with the complainant on station 
who needed information about a zoning 
situation along with juveniles acting up in 
the area she resides. The complainant feels 
juveniles are using the wooded area across 
from the high school to smoke drugs and 
commit criminal acts in the area.


Officer advised the complainant that officer 
did not know who owned the property but 
she could contact the zoning officer up 
stairs. She advised she would go talk with 
him.


Officer advised that officer would let the 
other officers know about the complaint and 
see if an extra watch in that area for any 
criminal activity.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186112
Date: Tuesday, September 4,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S LINCOLN AVE / SOUTHEAST




UNIT #1 DRIVER/OWNER: HENRY 
SIMMONS 
OH GTM5749 2016 CHEV MALIBU BLUE


UNIT #2 DRIVER/OWNER: ALBERT 
KULICS,  POLAND, OH
OH HFB3777 1998 TOYT SIENNA BROWN


UNIT #3 DRIVER/OWNER: ENDY 
MONJARAZ


Officers responded to the above location for 
a three vehicle accident. Unit #1 was 
northbound on South Lincoln Ave and 
stopped for a vehicle in front of Unit #1.  

Unit #2 stopped behind Unit #1, Unit #3 
didn't see Unit #1 and #2 stopped and 
struck Unit #2 then pushed Unit #2 into the 
back of Unit #1.  

There were no injuries reported all vehicles 
had minor damage and were driven from 
the scene. 

The driver of Unit #3 was issued a citation 
for Assured Cleared Distance.


Endy De Monjaraz DOB 1999
Salem, Ohio
Issued Citation for ACDA



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Tuesday, September 04, 2018
08:30 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186088
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
968 E STATE ST


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


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle in the 900 block of E State St 
for an equipment violation.

During the stop the K9 officer was 
contacted and did respond to the scene. K9 
Argo did indicate to narcotic odor. A 
probable cause search of the vehicle did 
yield marijuana paraphernalia. The driver 
was given a verbal warning for the 
equipment violation.



Cited: Jacob W Gower
DOB: 1999
Address: 771 N Lincoln Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia (MM)



Ptl D Beeson 09/03/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186086
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Check Well Being
2100 MONROE ST


Officer responded to the 2100 block of 
Monroe for a request to check the well 
being of a person in a vehicle. Officer did 
check on the occupant who was found to be 
okay and just waiting on a family member. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 09/03/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186083
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Recovered Bicycle
968 E STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION


Complainant:  SMITH OIL, GAS 968 E 
STATE ST SALEM, OH

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a recovered bicycle. The bicycle 
was located behind the business with a flat 
tire.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186084
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
2555 LEXINGTON AVE 23


Complainant:  CHRISTINE VRABEL


Officer responded to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Ave for a report of a strong 
marijuana smell in an apartment complex. 
The complainant also advised that she 
believed that a young juvenile lived at the 
apartment where the scent was originating 
from. 

Officer did make contact at the apartment in 
question and advised them to cease 
marijuana usage in the future. Officer did 
also ensure that there was no juvenile 
present in the apartment.



Ptl D Beeson 09/03/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186085
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
226 VINE AVE SALEM


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


While on patrol officer did observe a male 
throwing clothes from an apartment in the 
200 block of Vine Ave. Officer did make 
contact with the male who advised that he 
and his ex girlfriend got into an argument 
and that she was moving out. 

Officer did also speak to the female half to 
confirm the story and ensure that no 
criminal acts had or were occurring. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 09/03/2018




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186087
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
449 W SIXTH ST SALEM


Complainant:  ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the above location for 
an abandoned vehicle parked on the street. 
After a short time, someone arrived home 
and they were advised of the complaint. 
The vehicle was ultimately moved before 
being towed.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186089
Date: Monday, September 3,2018
Lost property 
496 S BROADWAY AVE 
BAR/NIGHT CLUB 


Complainant:  TYLER GARDNER


The complainant responded to this 
department to report his Straight Talk cell 
phone lost/stolen. He advised that he 
discovered it missing on Saturday (09-01-
18) from 496 S. Broadway Ave. The 
complainant advised he was going to check 
with his phone provider to see if the phone 
could be tracked.



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Salem Police STORY #: 201 86068
Date: Sunday, September 2, 2018
Civil Matter
110 W PERSHING ST 2


Officers spoke to a female on station who 
advised that her boyfriend had locked her 
out of her residence. Due to her intoxication 
level officers transported the female back to 
her residence and made contact with the 
boyfriend.

The two were advised of the residency 
laws. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186069
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Assist Perry Police
1700 BLOCK OF W STATE ST


K9 Simon was requested by Perry Twp. PD 
for a K9 Free Air Sniff of a vehicle in the 
1700 block of W. State St.

Simon indicated to the presence of narcotic 
odor and officer cleared without incident.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186070
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
411 JENNINGS AVE 1/2 

2935.08 0 Warrant Arrest
2921.34 M1 Escape
2921.31 M2 Obstructing Official Business


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


While on patrol in the 400 blk of Jennings, 
officer observed a female with a known 
active warrant out of this county. The 
warrant was confirmed and the female was 
taken into custody, transported to this 
station for the booking process. 

While transporting the female to jail, she 
attempted to slip her cuffs while in the rear 
of the patrol car. The female was eventually 
resecured and transported to county jail.



ARA: Laura C. Blake
D.0.B. 1966
411 Jennings Ave
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge Warrant, Escape, Obstruction



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186071
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Animal Complaint
1249 E SEVENTH ST 



Officers and the fire department responded 
to the 200 block of E. Seventh St. for a call 
of a small kitten being stuck on the rooftop. 
Upon the fire department arrival they put a 
ladder up and then the cat safely jumped 
down off of the roof. 

Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186072
Date: Sunday, September 2, 2018
Domestic In Progress
1752 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant:  CIERA MAPLE


Police responded to the 700 block of New 
Garden Ave for a domestic dispute. The 
complainant advised a male and female 
were arguing and the female walked away 
with her infant. 

While speaking with the male advised he 
began the argument over issues and the 
female left. While on scene the female 
returned. The female advised to deescalate 
she left the residence. Both parties advised 
nothing physical had occurred. Both parties 
also advised that they will be fine as the 
situation had calmed down.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186073
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Speak To Officer
1037 E FOURTH ST


Officers responded to the 1000 block of E. 
Fourth St. and spoke to an intoxicated 
individual in regards to a zoning issue. 
Officers will forward the matter to the zoning 
officer.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186074
Date: Sunday, September 2, 2018
Theft 
1239 W STATE ST SALEM
FAMILY DOLLAR



A female subject came on station regarding 
a theft. The female advised earlier that day 
she was at the Family Dollar. 

The female believes she had left her wallet 
in the shopping cart. The female was 
contacted advising that her wallet was 
found in the parking lot. The female advised 
the only thing missing from the wallet was 
$95 in cash.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186075
Date: Sunday, September 2, 2018
Check Well Being
990 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM


Complainant:  KRISTA YORDY


Officers responded to the 900 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a check well-being. The 
complainant advised that she received an 
alarming text message from her juvenile 
sibling. Officers spoke to the juvenile and 
observed the text messages. 

First responders and EMS then responded 
to the scene. The juvenile was transported 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center by 
EMS where officers stood by until a parent 
arrived. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186076
Date: Sunday, September 2, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
849 E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant:  ALLISON GUY


Police responded to the apartments in the 
800 block of E. 3rd St. The complainant 
advised of a verbal dispute in the parking lot 
and looked as if it were about to escalate. 
Police arrived searching the area and the 
parking lot.

Both parties had already left before arrival.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186078
Date: Sunday, September 2, 2018
Reckless Operator
E PERSHING ST / S BROADWAY AVE



Officers responded to the area of E. 
Pershing and N. Broadway for a reckless 
operator report. Complainant advised two 
vehicles were chasing each other and 
almost caused an accident. Upon arrival, 
officers checked the are but were unable to 
locate the vehicles in question.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186079
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Intoxicated Driver
N LUNDY AVE / E THIRD ST 


Police were advised of a possible 
intoxicated driver. When called in the 
complainant stated that the vehicle was at 
N. Lundy Ave at E. 3rd St. The complainant 
also stated the vehicle at one point was 
somewhere on N Ellsworth Ave and turned 
around. Officers checked for the vehicle in 
the surrounding areas. Officers were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186080
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Criminal Trespassing
SALEM REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER



While on another call at the Salem Regional 
Medical Center officers spoke to a male 
who was asked to leave the hospital and 
not return by hospital staff. The male was 
advised to leave the premises or he would 
be charged with criminal trespassing. The 
man then left the property.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186081
Date: Monday, September 3, 2018
Traffic Offense
1175 W STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Complainant:  GARBER, PTL


This officer was dispatched to the 100 block 
of W State Street to assist another officer 
on a traffic stop. 

While gathering information, two of the 
occupants in the vehicle were found to be 
juveniles out past curfew. Said juvenile 
were placed into custody, transported to the 
Salem Police Department and later 
released to parents/guardians.


Officers cleared without further incident.




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Monday, September 03, 2018
09:01 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20186063
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
MV Lockout
1894 CLEVELAND ST


Officer(s) responded to the 1900 block of 
Cleveland St for a report of a vehicle with 
the keys locked inside. On arrival officers 
were able to gain entry to the vehicle 
without incident. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186064
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Animal Complaint
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD 


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a reported animal 
complaint. On arrival officers located the 
animal in question in its yard. Officers made 
contact with the animals owner and he was 
advised of the complaint.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186065 
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
500 FRANKLIN ST SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave for a reported parking 
complaint. On arrival officers located a city 
resident having a yard sale in the area. The 
man was advised of the complaint. And 
officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186066
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
MV Lockout
148 PENN AVE


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a vehicle lockout. 
Upon arrival, a waiver of damage form was 
signed and entry was made without 
incident.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186067
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
1463 E THIRD ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALL


Officer(s) responded to the 1400 block of 
East 3rd St for a report of a tree limb down 
in the roadway. On arrival officers located 
the limb in question. Due to its size the 
Street Dept was contacted and they 
responded to the scene to remove the limb. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186033
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Domestic Dispute 
2875 E STATE ST A 
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


Officer on patrol checked on subject in the 
2800 block of E State St. and found a 
domestic dispute was occurring. Officer 
spoke with the subjects and found no 
physical violence had occurred. Officers 
assisted the couple in de-escalating the 
situation and cleared without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186034
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Check Well Being
821 E STATE ST


Officer checked on a male subject who was 
reported to possibly need help, on the 
Library steps. Male advised he was okay 
and needed nothing. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186035
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Fire 
537 WALNUT ST SALEM


Officers assisted Salem Fire with a house 
fire at 544 Walnut St. 

Upon arrival the downstairs resident stated 
all were out of the building. Officers 
maintained traffic and crowd control until 
the fire was out and Firefighters cleared.

No person's were reported to have been 
injured. Major internal smoke, fire and water 
damage was done to the Interior of the 
residence. 

Perry Twp Fire responded to assist Salem 
FD. The cause of the blaze was unknown at 
time of incident. 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186036
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Suspicious Activity 
240 PENNSYLVANIA AVE A  


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
Pennsylvania Ave for a report of suspicious 
activity. On arrival officers located the 
person in question and spoke with them. 
The men were advised of the complaint. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186037
Date: Saturday, September 1,2018
Animal Complaint
275 PENN AVE SALEM
Post Office



Complainant: JORDAN FAUDREE,  
GRAFTON RD LEETONIA, OH 


Officers responded to the 200 block of Penn 
Ave. for an animal complaint. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that 
there is a dog on his delivery route that has 
been giving him issues. 

Officers were able to make contact with the 
owner of the K9 and he stated that the 
issue would be taken care of.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186038
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Recovered Property
BROOKLYN AVE / E STATE ST SALEM


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


Officers met a complainant on station who 
wished to turn in lost property. The 
complainant stated he had found the item in 
the area of E. State St. and Broadway Ave. 
Officers placed the item in the lost and 
found at the police department.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186039
Accident With Injury
2229 E STATE ST SALEM 


Unit #1 was traveling eastbound in the 2200 
block of SR14. Unit #2 was following unit #1 
but failed to assure a clear distance. 
Subsequently, unit #2 did strike the rear of 
unit #1.  Unit #2 was Cited with ACDA.


Driver of Unit #1 advised of neck pain and 
was taken to SRNC by EMT ambulance.

Unit 1 2015 Dodge 
driver: Wanda Stephens 


Unit 2 2005 Honda
driver: Robert Mechling



Ptl. Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186040
Date: Saturday, September 1,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
1500 BLOCK MAPLE ST 



Complainant: DENISE STANLEY


Complainant contacted this department 
about a parking issue at the above stated 
location. The complainant stated that she 
reserved a pavilion and other people were 
using parking spaces near the pavilion. 
Officer explained that the park does not 
have reserved parking and is open to all 
person(s). 

The complainant advised that she was 
upset that a reserved pavilion did not come 
with reserved parking. Officer advised her 
to contact the parks dept about her 
concerns.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186041
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
445 ARCH ST


Complainant: JASON ROBERTS


Officers responded to the 400 block of Arch 
St. for a hit-skip. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to the 
complainant who advised that a witness 
advised him that at approximately 11:45 AM 
a vehicle drove out of the alley way made a 
right hand turn and struck the side of the 
complainants vehicle that was legally 
parked on the street. 

Officers did notice damage to the 
complainants vehicle and the damage was 
photographed. Officers attempted to locate 
a vehicle that matched the description in the 
alley way but were unable to locate one. 

The matter is under investigation.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186042
Date: Saturday, September 1,2018
Suspicious Activity
641 OLIVE ST A



OfTcer(s) responded to the 600 block of 
Olive St for a report of suspicious activity / 
persons. On arrival officers located the 
persons in question and spoke with them. 
Nothing suspicious was observed. Officers 
advised the persons of the complaint then 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186043
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Drug Overdose
968 E STATE ST



Complainant: BRADLEY


Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
State St. for a reported overdose. Officers 
located the subject that cause a large 
disturbance and was now running through 
yards. The subject denied overdosing and 
medical treatment dispute his apparent 
impairment. The subject was cited for his 
disorderly conduct and officers cleared 
without incident.



Cited: Dewey J. Souers of 226 Vine Apt. 3 
Salem Ohio
Charge: Disorderly conduct MM



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186044
Date: Saturday, September 1,2018
Check Well Being
266 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: SUSAN BAILEY


Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Jennings Ave for a well being check. The 
complainant advised that she was texting a 
male subject who stated he had struck his 
girlfriend. 

Officers made contact with the male subject 
who stated that he was speaking about a 
domestic situation that happened earlier in 
the week. He advised that a police report 
was already on file for the domestic and an 
arrest was made. The female subject was 
not at the residence.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186045
Date: Saturday, September 1,2018
Drug Overdose
186 S HOWARD AVE SALEM


Officers along with first responders 
responded to the 100 block of S. Howard 
Ave. for a drug overdose. First responders 
administered Narcan to the female subject 
and then she was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG.

Contraband was recovered at the 
household. Officers cleared from the scene. 

The female subject was then issued her 
overdose papework at the hospital. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186049
Suspicious Person
181 N HOWARD AVE
DRY CLEANERS/LAUNDRY


Complainant: KAREN MCCOWN


Officers responded to the Highlander 
Laundry Mat for a report of a suspicious 
person. 

Complainant, who is an employee advised 
there was an unknown male wondering 
around the outside of the building. 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area but 
were unable to locate the male in question.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186050
Saturday, September 1, 2018
Person To Be Removed
544 E PERSHING ST A 
Bone Shakers


Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Pershing St for a person to be removed. 
The employees advised a male subject was 
getting verbally abusive towards the staff 
and needed to be removed from the 
premises. 

When officers arrived the employees 
advised that the male subject had left but 
several other intoxicated subjects were 
causing problems as well. Officers identified 
several subjects and the banquet hall was 
cleared. 

The employees advised that all subjects 
needed to be removed from the property 
and officers stood by until everyone left the 
area.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20186051
Date: Saturday, September 1,2018
Traffic Offense
400 BLOCK OF FRANKLIN AVE


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


Officers initiated a traffic stop in the 400 
block of Franklin Ave. The female driver 
consented to allow officers search her 
vehicle. Officers searched however did not 
find anything illegal. The driver was given a 
verbal warning for and equipment violation. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King





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Salem Police STORY #: 20186052
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
S ELLSWORTH AVE / AETNA


Complainant: GARBER, PTL


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for no 
working lights in the area of S. Ellsworth 
Ave. and Mullins St. The vehicle was found 
to be having a mechanical problem, and 
officers assisted the motorist and cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186054
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
WATERWORTH PARK / SUNSET DR
PARK PLAYGROUND 


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


While on routine patrol, this officer did 
notice a vehicle sitting at Memorial Park 
after hours. The vehicle was found to be 
vacant and shortly after seen two subjects 
walking on the trail. This officer made 
contact, gathered information and then 
advised them on park closing hours.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186055
Date: Saturday, September 1,2018
Suspicious Person
120 N LINCOLN AVE
Family Video
PARKING LOT


Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
N Lincoln Ave for a report of a suspicious 
persons. Upon arrival, all suspects were not 
found on scene. Officers did check with 
employees, gathered information and 
cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186056
Saturday, September 1,2018
Protection Order Violation
291 N MADISON AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


ARA ROBERT KASTANEK, 317 N 
MADISON AVE SALEM, OH 44460 


Officers responded to a report of shots fired 
in the area of Roosevelt Ave. and High St. 
During that investigation officers observed a 
male subject enter the residence of a 
female that had a protection order against 
him. The protection order was confirmed to 
be valid through the Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Office. 

Officers attempted several different times to 
have the subject come out peacefully to 
officers. After the subject failed to obey the 
request/commands, the alleged threats 
made to the protected person by the 
subject, entry to the house was gained and 
the subject complied without further 
incident. 

The subject was placed in custody and 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail. 
Officers cleared without Incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186057
Date: Sunday, September 2,2018
Suspicious Person
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Perry Township Police responded to the 
1100 block of E State St for a suspicious 
person. A male subject was yelling at other 
patrons driving through the parking lot. The 
male subject was identified and advised to 
leave the business.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911-073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186060
Date: Sunday, September 2, 2018
Reckless Operator
1776 N ELLSWORTH AVE
GORDON BROTHERS WATER


Police were advised of a reckless operator. 
Police made contact with the vehicle and 
spoke with the two male subjects inside. 
The driver advised he started to fall asleep 
at the wheel. Neither subjects were 
impaired.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186061
Date: Sunday, September 2, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
180 OHIO AVE 4


Complainant: DeROSE, PTL

2925.14 Drug Paraphernalia - -- -
2925.12 Possessing Drug Abuse 
Instruments - --


Officers did locate a subject with a warrant 
in the 100 block of Ohio Ave. Officers did 
transport this male to the Salem Police 
Department to be booked and processed 
and then was later released to the 
Columbiana County Jail.

Officers cleared without further incident.



Arrested: Steven M Colian
DOB: 1979
Address: 180 Ohio Ave Apt. 4 Salem Ohio 
44460
Charge: Drug Paraphernalia 2925.14, 
Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments 
2925.12




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20186048
Date: Saturday, September 1,2018
Traffic Offense
HAWLEY AVE / E FOURTH ST 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL


Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic 
violation in the 300 block of Hawley Ave. 
During the stop and investigation the 
passenger was found to have just allegedly 
violated a protection order. 

Not all the criteria was met for a charge of a 
protection order violation and the passenger 
was released without incident and the driver 
was given a warning for the traffic violation. 
Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Sunday, September 02, 2018
07:58 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186010
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
2586 E STATE ST A 


Officer(s) responded to the 2500 block of 
East State St for a report of a vehicle with 
the keys locked inside. On arrival officers 
were able to gain entry to the vehicle 
without incident. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186012
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Assist Other Agency
N LINCOLN AVE / E TENTH ST 



Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD


Officer(s) responded to the 1700 block of 
North Lincoln to assist Perry Twp with a 
traffic accident.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186015
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Assist Perry Police


Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP, FIRE 


At the request of Perry Twp officers 
assisted with traffic control for a accident 
that had occurred in the are of North Lincoln 
and the by pass.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186017
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
S UNION AVE / E STATE ST 


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


While on patrol, officers stopped in the I00 
block of S. Union Ave. to investigate an 
illegally parked vehicle. Officers stood by 
with the vehicle until it could be determined 
who was the registered owner. Upon 
waiting officers discovered that the vehicle 
would be unable to be moved due to the 
axle of the vehicle being on the ground. 
Kaiser's Towing was contacted and 
responded to the scene. 

At this time the registered owner returned to 
his vehicle.


Kaiser's Towing advised officers that towing 
the vehicle would cause more damage and 
that the car could be quickly fixed. Officers 
agreed to allow the owner to fix the vehicle. 

The owner was issued a citation for 
impeding the flow of traffic. The car was 
driven from the scene and officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King


CITED: CURTIS L. SANLO
DOB: 1996
ADDRESS: 32401 TEEGARDEN AVE. 
HANOVERTON, OH 44423
OFFENSE: ORC: 4511.22 STOPPING OR 
SLOW SPEED THAT IMPEDES THE 
FLOW OF TRAFFIC




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186018
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
100 BLOCK OF N ELLSWORTH


Complainant: TERESA RILEY


Complainant on station to report an 
accident that she was in that occurred near 
the above stated location. The complainant 
advised the accident occurred at 
approximately 1600hrs on this date. The 
complainant stated she was stopped in the 
northbound lane of N. Ellsworth Ave when a 
vehicle directly behind her failed to assure a 
clear distance. 

The complainant advised her vehicle was 
struck and both sides contacted their 
respective insurance companies. The 
complainant was able to provide officer with 
any pertinent details in regards to the other 
driver but stated her insurance company 
advised her they had all the information that 
was needed.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186019
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
State St for a drive off. The employee 
advised a gray Mercedes sedan had 
pumped $13.53 worth of fuel and failed to 
render payment for the gas. The vehicle 
traveled westbound on E State St. but 
officers were unable to locate the vehicle.




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186020
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Animal Complaint 
500 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: MICHELLE WEISS


Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
Fourth St. for an animal complaint. Upon 
arrival officers spoke to the complainant 
who advised that a medium sized dog came 
onto the property and bit her dachsund dog. 

Upon examining the dog, officers were able 
to see a lump on the dachsund's back 
which is where the complainant advised the 
dog had been bitten. 

A photo was taken of the injury sustained. 
Other officers searched the area looking for 
the dog that had bitten the other, but were 
unable to locate it. The woman was advised 
to contact the police department if the dog 
returned to her property. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186021
Date: Friday, August 31, 2018
Pink Ticket / Red Warning Issued 
610 W STATE ST 


Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officer on patrol located a suspicious 
vehicle in the 600 block of W. State St. with 
no registration and appeared to be 
abandoned. Officer checked the vehicle 
identification and found it was not reported 
stolen. The vehicle was tagged as junk or 
abandoned under city ordinance and officer 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber 908/047


Owner called and advised the vehicle is a 
new purchase and he will be repairing it and 
getting it properly registered as soon as 
possible.



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186022
Date Friday, August 31, 2018
Animal Complaint
283 E EIGHTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to the 200 block of E. 8th 
St. A blacklwhite dog from a previous 
incident (dog bite) was reported in the area. 
Officers searched the surrounding area but 
were unable to observe the dog.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186023
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / S BROADWAY A 


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


Police conducted a traffic stop at E. State St 
and S. Broadway Ave. The driver gave 
Police concent to search. The driver 
advised Police of a Marijuana pipe in the 
vehicle. The subject was cited then 
released to a valid driver.



Driver: Jay T. Troyer
DOB: 1993
ADD: 1164 E. 3rd St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Drug ParaphernalialMarijuana, 
Driving Under Suspension



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186024
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Assist Perry Police
567 PROSPECT ST SALEM


Complainant: PTPD, POLICE 


K9 Simon was requested for a K9 free air 
sniff of a vehicle in the 500 block of 
Prospect St. by the Perry Twp. PD K9 
Simon was deployed and officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186025
Salem OH 44460
Smoke investigation
998 JONES DR


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 


Officers from the Salem PD, Perry Twp. PD 
and the Salem and Perry Twp. FD's 
responded to a smoke investigation in the 
900 block of Jones Dr. where a large 
amount of smoke was observed. 

Officers and firefighters on scene made 
contact with a hostile resident who 
proceeded in a disorderly and obstructing 
manner. Officers, when placing the subject 
in custody also resisted arrest. 

Officers cleared without further incident and 
the subject was transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



Arrested: Jeremy A Hanson DOB:1979 of 
998 Jones Dr. Salem Oh 44460
Charges: Obstructing Official Business, 
Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct 
(Persisting)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186026
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP, LISBON 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE (330)337-7811


Officer stood by on station as a witness for 
an OSP Post 15 trooper conducting an OVI 
Investigation. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186027
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Person To Be Removed
1872 E STATE ST SALEM
RESTAURANT



Complainant: MATTHEW SURMECEVIZ


Officers were dispatched to the 1800 block 
of E State Street for a person to be 
removed. Upon arrival, officers did talk to 
the complainant and were told that they had 
already left the scene. 

Officers gathered as much information as 
possible, found there to be no other 
problems and cleared without further 
incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186028
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
120 N LINCOLN AVE


Officer checked a suspicious vehicle in the 
100 block of N. Lincoln Ave. and found it to 
be unoccupied and no one around. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186029
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Traffic Offense
E PERSMING ST / PARK DR SALEM


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


Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
on E. Pershing St. at Park Dr. for an 
equipment violation. During the stop a 
consent search was conducted and no 
signs of contraband was located. Officers 
cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186030
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK 
PARK PLAYGROUND


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


While on routine patrol, this officer did 
notice a vehicle in Centennial Park after 
hours. This officer did make contact with the 
driver, found nothing to be suspicious, 
advised her of the park hours and cleared 
without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186031
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E WILSON 


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


While on routine patrol, this officer did 
notice a vehicle traveling southbound on S 
Ellsworth near W Wilson Street with a loud 
exhaust. This officer did initiate a traffic stop 
and while gathering information from the 
driver, consent to search of the vehicle was 
granted. 

Officers found nothing illegal in the vehicle 
and issued a warning for the loud exhaust. 
Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186032
Date: Saturday, September 1,2018
Traffic Offense
500 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for an 
equipment violation in the 500 block of E 
State St. During the stop a search of the 
vehicle was conducted and no contraband 
was found. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Saturday, September 01, 2018
08:22 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20186005
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
ALLEN RD / SALEM PARKWAY 


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


While on patrol officers observed a disabled 
vehicle in the roadway on Allen Rd near the 
RR tracks. Officers provided traffic control 
until the vehicle could be removed by a 
local towing service. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186006
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Theft
956 SOUTH AVE


Complainant: MARJORIE ZEIGLER


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
South Ave. for a theft report. Officers spoke 
to the complainant who stated that some 
packages had been stolen from their home 
while they were on vacation. Officers were 
able to get a list of items that had been 
taken and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186007
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Suspicious Person
2203 E STATE ST


Officer(s) responded to the 2200 block of 
East State St for a reported of a suspicious 
person. On arrival officers checked the area 
and were unable to locate the person in 
question. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186008
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2789 E STATE ST 3


Officer's ere called to a dispute in the 
parking lot involving a man and a child. 
Upon arrival officers located the subjects 
who advised all was okay and that the child 
had become extremely upset when his 
phone was taken away from him by his 
father. All were calm upon departure. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186009
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Child Custody Dispute
154 BENTON RD B


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a child custody 
dispute. Upon arrival, both sides had come 
to agreement. 

Officer explained the law in regards to 
custody prior to clearing.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186011
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Animal Complaint
2900 E STATE ST


Complainant: OSP, LISBON


OSHP asked this dept to check on a 
possible car vs. deer crash near Home 
Depot. The car was no longer on scene but 
the deer was injured and still there. 

Reporting officer made several passes in 
the area checked the area but did not locate 
it. Several passing motorists flagged me 
down prior to clearing and advised it was 
closer to the "gravel pit" (Solomons Mines), 
well outside the city. 

Dispatch advised Goshen Twp of the 
location. 




Banar901



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186013
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Suspicious Person
2875 E STATE ST


Officer responded to a dispute over taking 
pictures of a license plate in the parking lot 
by a private individual.

Allegedly, the one vehicle had struck a cart 
causing some sort of minor damage. 
Nothing further needed. 




Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186014
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
E PERSHING ST / SOUTHEAST 


Complainant: TOY, SGTK 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, (330)337-7811


While on patrol, officer located a disabled 
vehicle at the above stated location. Officer 
stood by for traffic control until Sinsleys 
towing removed the vehicle.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186003
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Suspicious Person
E PERSHING ST / PARK AVE



On 8/31/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the area of E Pershing Street and S Union 
Ave in regards to a male subject wearing 
blue jeans and no shirt punching himself in 
the face. 

Upon officers arrival they were able to 
locate the male subject in question and then 
spoke with him. While speaking with male 
subject it appeared to officers on scene that 
he was under the influence of some 
narcotic. Officers then asked for FD and 
first responders to arrive on scene to check 
the male subject.  Officers then stood by 
until FD and EMT arrived on scene. Upon 
first responders arrival evalued the male 
and he went to the hospital voluntarily. 


-Ptl. D Miller (917)



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186002
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 
780 W STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION


Complainant: PERRY TWP, PU


Officer responded to the 700 block of 
W.State St. for recovered drug 
paraphernalia that was found inside the 
restroom of a business. Officer took the 
item back to the police department and 
placed it in evidence. The matter is under 
investigation.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186001
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Assist Other Agency
634 E EIGHTH ST


Complainant: Leetonia, POLICE 


At the request of Leetonia PD Salem 
Officers checked several residences in the 
City for a male individual suspected of 
having been involved in criminal activity 
earlier in the AM hours of this date. 

Officers had negative contact with anyone 
at any of the residences. 

Leetonia PD was notified of officers 
findings. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20186000
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Traffic Offense
1125 E STATE ST SALEM


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


On 8/31/2018 officers were in 1100 block of 
E State Street when they observed a male 
subject operating a motorized wheel chair 
on the South side of the roadway headed 
West bound and was difficult to see. 
Officers then went out with the male subject 
and advised him of the possible traffic 
hazard he created. 

The male subject understood and was co-
operative the entire time. Officers then 
advised him to stay on the sidewalk when 
he returned home. Officers then cleared 
without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185999
Date: Friday, August 31,2018
Stolen Vehicle 
672 N HOWARD AVE SALEM


Complainant: JAMES SHEARER, NEW RD, 
BUILDING B 6 AUSTINTOWN, OH 44451


Police responded to the 600 block of N. 
Howard Ave. to take a motor vehicle theft 
report. The complainant advised officers 
that he was inside his friends residence and 
heard his truck start, he then went outside 
and found that his truck was gone. The 
complainant advised officers that the truck 
was locked and that he still had the keys.


The complainant was able to provide 
officers with a possible suspect. Officers 
checked the area, but were not
able to locate the vehicle. Officer filled out 
the necessary paperwork and other local 
police agencies were notified.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185998
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Domestic In Progress
836 S LINCOLN AVE 


On 8/30/2018 officers responded to the 800 
block of S Lincoln Ave in regards to a 
vehicle stopped off to the side of the 
roadway with its hazards on with a male 
and female subject yelling at each other. 

While officers were en route dispatch stated 
that the male subject involved had started 
to hit the vehicle. 

Officers then went to the scene with lights 
and sirens.

The male subject involved had left on foot 
prior to officers arrival and officers spoke 
with the female half involved. The female 
subject stated that they had gotten into a 
verbal argument over a career choice she 
had recently made which escalated into him 
striking the vehicle and throwing her phone 
out of the window. 

At this point officers then went to look for 
the male half of this incident.

The male subject was located later and he 
advised the same thing to officers. At this 
point the female half stated that she did not 
want charges pressed and her only concern 
was to find her phone that was thrown out 
the window.

Officers then located tho female's phone 
and spoke to her in regards to what she 
could do for the evening. Once the female 
half understood officer then waited for her 
to get back into her vehicle and clear. Once 
she had left from the scene officers then 
went back into service.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185997
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
S LINCOLN AVE 


On 8/31/2018 officers responded to the 200 
block of S Lincoln Ave in regards to two 
suspicious subjects in a red late 1990's 
model vehicle that the complaint and staff 
member of the business wanted officers to 
investigate. 

Upon arrival officers made contact with both 
subjects in a vehicle matching the 
description. Officers spoke with individuals 
in the vehicle and advised them of the 
complaint. Both subjects stated that they 
were never inside of the business and that 
they were just on their way.

Once both subjects were checked through 
LEADS via dispatch with negative wants or 
warrants, and nothing criminal had taken 
place the subjects were advised they were 
free to leave. Once both subjects left 
officers then spoke with the staff member 
on scene at the business who gave further 
information regarding the matter. Officers 
then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185996
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Suspicious Activity 
328 E FOURTH ST 1/2


Complainant: THOMAS WOOLF

Police responded to the 300 block of E. 
Fourth St. for suspicious activity. The 
complainant advised officers that the 
person living in the apartment next to them 
was evicted and they believed someone 
was inside the apartment.


Officers did locate a door to the residence 
that was open. Officers checked the inside 
of the residence and found it to be empty. 
Officers securnd the door before leaving.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185995
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Child Endangering
2561 LEXINGTON AVE 44


Officer responded to the above location to 
check the well being of a juvenile. Officer 
arrived on scene and was advised by the 
complainant that the juvenile child was 
locked out of his residence. 

Officer made contact with the child's mother 
and observed that the front door was wide 
open for him to get in and was not locked. 
She was advised of the complaint and the 
child went inside to eat dinner.




Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185994
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Lost Property
788 E PERSHlNG ST H


Complainant: PHILLIP STEWART


While on patrol officer was flagged down on 
E. Pershing St. near the Salem Boxing 
Club. The complainant advised officer that 
he lost a check that was made out to him 
from his bank. Officer advised the 
complainant to advise his bank and that a 
report would be on file.



Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185993
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Possible Scam
612 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: MELINDA 

Officer made contact with the complainant 
via telephone in reference to a possible 
scam. Complainant advised that a known 
subject was using her name and phone 
number calling people. Complainant was 
advised of multiple using other phone 
numbers and she was advised to monitor 
her identity. She was told to call back if 
needed.



Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185992
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
821 E STATE ST 

Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460


Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
State St for a female individual known to 
have an active warrants. 

A uniformed Salem Police Officer had 
observed the female, made contact and 
stood by with her until a patrol officer 
arrived on scene. The individual had been 
advised of the warrant which was 
confirmed, she was properly handcuffed 
(double locked) and taken into custody 
without incident. The individual was 
transported to her residence to retrieve 
needed medication(s) prior to transport to 
Salem PD. 

Once at Salem PD the individual was 
photographed and turned over to a 
Columbiana County Deputy for transport to 
Columbiana County Jail. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088


WARRANT - Failure To Appear
Brandi L McVay, DOB: 1993
180 Ohio Ave, Apt 4
Salem, OH 44460




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S3lem Police STORY  #: 20185991
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Child Juvenile Problem
821 ESTATE ST


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460


Officer was on a Parking Detail at the 
Salem Library and noticed several juveniles 
with a vape pen. The juveniles were 
identified . The vape pen was taken to the 
Salem Police Department and destroyed.



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185990
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Domestic In Progress
FRANKLIN AVE / OHIO AVE


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


While on patrol , officer was flagged down 
by multiple people reporting a domestic 
dispute. Office spoke with the complainant , 
who advised that the prior evening her and 
her live in boyfriend were involved in a 
physical domestic dispute. She states that 
he was now at the address she is staying at 
to be away from him. Officer spoke with 
both parties , who did not want to do 
anything about the dispute the night prior. 
The male half voluntarily left for the evening 
and the two were advised to work it out at a 
later date and time. The complainant was 
told to call back if needed.



Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Friday, August 31, 2018
07:27 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185980
Date: Thursday, August 30, 2018
Distraught / Upset Person
228 VINE AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and talked with the female in question that 
was going through a medical situation being 
pregnant and other things going on at this 
time. 

Complainant advised that the female was 
out on the back deck yelling. She declined 
medical treatment at time of report.

The fiance came home and was with her 
advising he would be there and she would 
be fine. Officer advised her if she needed 
anything to contact this department or EMS, 
she advised she understood.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185982
Date: Thursday, August 30, 2018
972 LIBERTY ST


Complainant: ETHAN GITSCHIER


Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated multiple items were taken from his 
residence while he was gone for a couple of 
days. The complainant stated that his 
nephew and his nephews girlfriend was 
living at the residence at the time he was 
gone, the matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185983
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
186 S HOWARD AVE SALEM


Complainant: KERRY VANCE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a dispute between roommates. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she was moving out and her roommate 
threw all her belongings on the sidewalk. 
The complainant gathered her property and 
voluntarily moved out of the apartment.




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185984
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
MV Lockout
E PERSHING 2100 BLOCK


Complainant: TERRENCE ZIPFEL


Officer responded to the above location and 
the complainant/owner signed the waiver of 
damages form and officer gained entry.


Ohio registration, HBM6482



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185985
Recovered Property 
2487 E STATE ST A



The complainant responded to this 
department with a wallet she had found at 
the above location. The owner of the wallet 
was contacted and he responded to this 
department to pick up his property.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185986
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Reckless Operator
SUNSET 700 BLOCK 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Complainant: Altenhof, Larry M 1298 N 
Ellsworth Ave Salem, OH 44460 (330) 337-
1 062 Officers responded to the above 
location in reference to a reckless operator. 
Officers were advised that a vehicle with a 
male riding on the roof of it was driving on 
the walking trail. Officer observed the 
vehicle coming out from the back side of the 
walking trial with a male riding on the trunk 
of the car. 

A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle 
and the juvenile driver was cited for not 
having a license.



Ptl.  LaRosa 907-059



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185987
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Suspicious Person
181 N HOWARD AVE
OTHER PUBLIC ACCESS BUILDING


Complainant: ashley anderson


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and talked with the complainant who had 
concerns about juveniles being inside and 
an older male talking with them.

Officer was advised by the male he knew 
the kids and is friends with the family. The 
one mother was there and appeared to be 
fine with it.

It was found he drives them around for 
things. He advised he is like the taxi.

The one male rode a bicycle there which it 
was found the male subject had given him.

Officer(s) cleared.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185988
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Lost Property
1705 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ZACK CUMBAR

Complainant: RICHARD ZUMBAR


Offirer spoke with the complainant via 
telephone in reference to lost dealer plates. 
Complainant states that sometime within 
the last 4 months he had lost/misplaced 2 
dealer plates. Complainant just wanted the 
incident documented.



Ptl.  LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185968
Date: Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
136 E TENTH ST SALEM 


Officers along with Salem FD responded to 
the above location in reference to limbs and 
lines in the roadway.

Officers arrived on scene and observed a 
large tree had fallen across the roadway , 
blocking the road and landing on power 
lines across the street. FD stood by and 
blocked the roadway and Ohio Edison was 
notified.



Ptl.S.LaRosa 907/059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185969
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Suspicious Activity
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM



Officer responded to the 100 block of S. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle. Officer checked the area, but was 
not able to locate the vehicle.


Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185970
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
700 BLOCK OF N UNION


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Officer responded to the 700 block of N. 
Union Avenue for a report of a tree limb in 
the roadway. Officer responded and found 
that a limb was hanging down blocking the 
north bound lane. The street department, 
who had already been out on another tree 
down call, responded and cut the limb 
down.



Ptl. C. Crider 910.017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185971
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Barking Dog
885 GRANITE AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 


Officer responded to the 800 block of 
Granite Ave. for a report of a barking dog. 
Officer checked the area, but everything 
was quiet.



Ptl. Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185972
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
631 E NINTH ST 3 


Complainant: STACEY KNAPP


Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E. Ninth Street for a domestic fight where 
the male party had already left. 

Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that she had an 
argument with her boyfriend who she 
resides with. The complainant stated that 
her boyfriend was gathering items during 
the argument stating that he was leaving. 
He then got upset and broke a glass coffee 
cup and then picked up a plastic/metal 
coffee cup and threw it at her head. 


Injury to the complainants right ear was 
observed and documented. The scene was 
documented and a written statement was 
obtained from the complainant. Officers 
checked the area, but were unable to locate 
the complainants boyfriend. 

Charges of domestic violence are pending.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185973
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Harassment
196 HAWLEY AVE


Complainant: RHONDA BARRERA


Complainant reported that a known male 
juvenile had walked past the residence a 
short time earlier and reportedly  attempted 
to provoke the complainant's juvneile son. 
Officer gathered information and learned 
that the two juveniles were previously 
friends but had a fight some time in the past 
(earlier this year). The complainant advised 
that any time the other juvenile is with a 
group of other juvneiles he tries to provoke 
the complainant's son. 

Officer subsequently responded to the the 
other juveniles residence and spoke to him 
and his mother. Both juveniles were advised 
to avoid contact if they could not get along. 
Each party was advised that should further 
problems occur to file a report as 
necessary. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185974
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Reckless Operator
1028 JENNINGS AVE A



Police responded to the 1000 block of 
Jennings Ave. for a report of a silver vehicle 
driving recklessly doing donut in a parking 
lot. 

Officers did locate the vehicle sitting 
stationary with steam comming from the 
engine compartment, along with fresh grass 
in the wheel wells and tire tracks through 
several spots in the grass leading to the 
vehicle.


Both the driver and passenger of the 
vehicle were cited.


Cited: (Juvenile)
DOB: 07/20/2003
Offense: No Driver License ORC 
4510.12A1 Reckless Operation Private 
Property ORC 4511.201A Juvenile Offender 
ORC2152.021


Cited: Sarah E. Ewing
DOB: 2000
Offense: Wrongful Enstrustment Permit 
Minor Without Driver License To Drive ORC 
4507.31A




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185975
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Domestic In Progress 
266 JENNINGS AVE SALEM


Complainant: SCOTT BAILEY


Police responded to the 200 block of 
Jennings Ave. for a domestic in progress. 
Upon arriving officers spoke to the 
complainant/victim who was sitting outside 
his residence. The complainant had several 
minor lacerations to his face and neck area. 
The complainant advised officers that he 
and his girlfriend had gotten into a physical 
altercation and she attacked him with a 
small carpenter knife. 

The female subject was arrested for 
domestic violence. The male subject did 
refuse medical treatment from first 
responders.



Arrested: Alisa A. Urbain
DOB: 1970
Offense: Domestic Violence ORC 2919.25




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185976
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Suspicious Sound / Phone Call
1360 E PERSHING ST 25 SALEM 


Officers responded to the 1300 block of E 
Pershing St for a report from a resident of 
suspicious sounds outside.


Officers checked the exterior of the 
residence, as well as the yards of adjacent 
residences, with nothing out of the ordinary 
observed. Subsequent checks of the area 
were conducted through the night. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185977
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Audible Alarm
1000 W STATE ST 


Complainant: SECURITY, VERIFIED

On 8/30/2018 officers responded to the 
1000 block of W State Street in regards to 
an alarm drop. Upon arrival officers located 
a utility van at the front door of the building, 
along with another van on the East side of 
the building.

After further investigation it was determined 
the van at the front of the building along 
with its owner was there to fix the front door 
of the building and had documentation of 
him being allowed on the property.

The second van on the property located on 
the East side of the building was disabled 
due to a brake issue and the owner of the 
van also was able to provide documentation 
of having an appointment set up at a 
mechanic shop to have the issue fixed. The 
owner also stated that he did not know any 
one in the area and stated he planned to 
stay there in the van for the night. Officers 
advised we would document this then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)



A manager of the business subsequently 
responded to Salem PD and was advised of 
officers findings regarding the alarm 
activation, as well as the individual with the 
disabled vehicle in the lot. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185978
Date: Thursday, August 30,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON STREET 



On 8/30/2018 officers responded to the 
area of S Howard Ave and W Wilson Street 
in regards to a male subject complaining 
about having anxiety and wished to speak 
with an officer. 

Upon officers arrival they were met with a 
Stephen Robert Quinn II. Quinn stated that 
he had recently smoked a large amount of 
marijuana and wanted to know if he was 
going to be all right. Officers asked Quinn if 
he would like to have medical treatment to 
which he stated he did not and that he had 
marijuana paraphernalia on his person that 
he wanted officers to remove from his 
pocket.

Officers then recovered the paraphernalia 
off of Quinn's person and then cited him for 
marijuana paraphernalia (ORD: 513.121). 
Once Quinn was issued his citation and 
was advised of his mandatory court date. 
Quinn was then free to
leave and officers then cleared without 
incident.


Cited: Stephen Robert Quinn II
Charge: Marijuana Paraphernalia (ORD: 
513.121)
DOB: 1998



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Thursday, August 30, 2018
09:05 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185967
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Loud Persons
284 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT


Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with numerous individuals on the 
porch. Some having a cook out and other to 
the west sitting and talking. All advised no 
problem. They advised no one was yelling.

Officer cleared.




Ptl. French




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185965
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Theft
973 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: NORMAN KELLEY


Officer responded to the 900 block of E 6th 
St for a report of a theft. Officer arrived and 
found that someone had taken the 
complainants garbage can. A report number 
was issued.




Ptl D Beeson 08/29/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185931
Date: Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Animal Complaint
1995 E STATE ST A


Officer spoke with the owner about the 
hazards of leaving an animal left in a motor 
vehicle on a hot day. 




Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185932
Date: Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Debris In Roadway
240 PENNSYLVANIA AVE A


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


Officer on patrol in the 200 block of 
Pennsylvania Ave. did remove three cones 
from the roadway. Salem Traffic signs and 
safety were advised of their location. Officer 
cleared.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185933
Date: Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Possible Scam
1601 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM


Complainant: VIRGINIA KNEPPER


Complainant contacted this department in 
reference to a possible phone scam. 
Complainant explained the situation and 
officer confirmed in was a scam.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185934
Date: Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
2124 E STATE ST SALEM


Officers responded to a hit skip accident in 
the 21 00 block of E State St. A silver in 
color Pontiac Grand AM operated by a 
white male bearing an Ohio temporary tag 
struck a vehicle in the lot and fled when a 
bystander attempted to check the damage. 
Officers have the video from the business 
and will be identifying the male for charges.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185935
Date: Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
NEWGARDEN AVE / W EUCLID 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


A report of a truck leaking fluids on the road 
as it drove towards the city from the south 
on SR 9. Officer checked the area but no 
truck or it's fluids were observed in the city 
or near it. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185936
Date: Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Domestic Dispute Report
290 OHIO AVE A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 200 block of Ohio 
Ave for a domestic dispute report. The 
subjects advised that they were having a 
verbal altercation but nothing physical 
occurred. The female subject advised she 
was leaving for the evening with her child. 
She stated she would wait outside to avoid 
any further conflict. All subjects involved 
were advised that if officers had to respond 
back to the residence they would face 
disorderly conduct charges.



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185937
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Domestic Dispute 
193 S LINCOLN AVE 


Complainant: PRESLEY HOUSHOUR


Officers were dispatched to the area of N. 
Lincoln Ave. and E 2nd St. for a report of a 
domestic in a vehicle. Complainant reported 
a male and female in a gold colored SUV 
traveling southbound on N. Lincoln Ave. 

Upon arrival, in the area officers located the 
vehicle in the alley next to Huntington Bank 
off of S. Lincoln Ave. Officers spoke with 
both subjects, whom are engaged, 
expecting a child together as well as living 
together. Each party claimed the other 
struck them, however no visible injury was 
observed to either parties. 

The female did wish to pursue charges. 
Both parties responded to the police dept. 
and provided written statements. The report 
will be sent to the Prosecutors office for 
review for possible charges. Officers 
cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185938
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
2203 E STATE ST 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


Officer on patrol observed a vehicle make 2 
traffic violations on E 3rd St. in the 1800 
block. Officer initiated a traffic stop on the 
vehicle and K9 Simon was deployed, 
indicating to the presence of narcotic odor. 
Contraband was located inside the vehicle 
and on the occupants. The driver was given 
a written warning for the traffic violations 
and he and his parent/guardian were 
advised of pending charges in Juvenile 
court. An adult in the vehicle was cited and 
released on scene, and a second juvenile 
released to his parentlguardian. Officers 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber 908/047


Arrested: Allen J. McKall DOB: 1999 of 
34509 Sell Rd Lisbon Ohio 44432
Charge: MM Possession of Marijuana




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185939
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Assault
290 OHIO AVE


Complainant: JAMES KLINE


Officer responded to the 200 block of Ohio 
Ave for an assault that occurred involving a 
juvenile. When officers arrived on scene 
both the subjects involved and the 
complainant were not at the residence. The 
subjects stated that the incident occurred at 
the residence but several hours ago. The 
complainant was on the phone with one of 
the residents and he was advised to 
respond to the Salem Police Department to 
make the complaint.




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185940
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Fight 
1200 E SIXTH ST A 
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Officers responded to the 1200 block of E 
Sixth St for a fight. Several subjects were in 
a verbal altercation at a juvenile football 
practice. The subjects involved advised that 
an incident had occurred a week ago that 
the administration had been made aware of 
and several parents were upset. 

The female subject advised her mother 
responded to the field due to her being 
upset and the arguments started to get 
more heated. The mother of the female 
subject left the scene to avoid further 
conflict. The female subjects were advised 
that the incident that happened last week 
would need to be handled by the 
administration. All parties involved advised 
that they would keep things civil and speak 
with the administration after practice.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185941
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
N LINCOLN AVE / E FOURTH STREET


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police spoke with a juvenile in the 300 block 
of N. Lincoln Ave. The juvenile gave Police 
information over a previous incident that 
had occured.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185942
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Recovered Property


Complainant: ASHLEY BADELLEY


Complainant on station to turn in recovered 
property. Complainant advised she found a 
wallet in the area of 3rd and Hawley. The 
property will be placed into lost and found 
until the owner can be notified.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185944
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Ambulance Needed
COURT DR K
PARK PLAYGROUND



Officers responded to Centennial Park for a 
report of a fight with there reported to be a 
female down on the ground.

Upon arrival, no fight was observed, but did 
speak with a female who was having an 
asthma attack. The Salem Fire Dept. First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance 
responded. The female ultimately refused 
transport to the hospital. 

Officer questioned the female if there was a 
fight and she advised there was altercation 
between two males but she stepped in 
between them. A female witness came over 
to speak with officer just prior to officer 
clearing who advised there was a fight, 
however some of the females involved had 
already left. Officer cleared without incident.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185945
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: BRAD 968 E State



Officer responded to Smith Oil for a drive 
off. Complainant advised a grey pickup paid 
for $10.00 worth of gas but pumped $25.00 
on pump 3 and left without paying the 
difference. 

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185946
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Dirtbike / ATV In Roadway
NEWGARDEN AVE / MULLINS



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



Police observed a dirt bike (without lights) 
on the railroad tracks on New Garden. 
Police searched the surrounding area in 
attempt to make contact.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185947
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Intoxicated Person
491 REILLY AVE D 
STADIUM


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


Officers responded to the Reilly Stadium for 
an intoxicated male subject stumbling in the 
parking lot. Officers made contact with the 
subject who had an odor of an alcoholic 
beverage coming from his person and 
appeared to be intoxicated.

The male subject was given a courtesy 
transport to his residence and advised to 
stay inside for the remainder of the evening.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185949
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Traffic Offense
N HOWARD AVE / W THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for an 
equipment violation in the 100 block of W 
3rd St. A search of the vehicle recovered no 
contraband and officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185950
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
E SCHOOL 900 BLOCK
WATERWORTH PARK / E SCHOOL ST


Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D


OH HLW2671 2010 CHEV 4s WHITE 
Owner DANIEL PLAISTOWE 


While on patrol, officer located a vehicle in 
the park after hours. The vehicle was found 
to be unoccupied.

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the occupants.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185951
Date: Tuesday. August 28,2018
Traffic Offense
N UNION AVE / E TENTH ST



While on routine patrol, this officer did 
initiate a traffic stop on E Tenth Street near 
Union Ave. This officer gathered information 
from all occupants in the vehicle and began 
a written warning. 

The K9 officer and K9 Simon did show up 
on scene to perform an open air sniff and 
did indicate to the odor of narcotics. 

A probable cause search of the vehicle was 
conducted but nothing illegal was found. 

This officer did issue the written warning 
and cleared without further incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185953
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Intoxicated Driver 
N LINCOLN AVE / E TENTH STREET


Officer responded to the area of N. Lincoln 
Ave. and E. 10th St. for a report of a 
possible intoxicated driver. 

Upon arrival in the area officer located the 
vehicle and initiated a traffic stop with it on 
N. Lincoln Ave. at E. State St. The operator 
was identified and advised of the complaint 
and found not to be intoxicated. He was 
sent on the way and officer cleared.



Sgt. 6. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185962
Date: Wednesday, Augutst 29,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
444 OHIO AVE SALEM


Complainant: ALYSSA SLUTER


Officer responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave for a report of a dispute. Officer arrived 
and spoke with the complainant who was 
unhappy with the way children were being 
treated several homes down. 

Officer did speak with the juveniles mother 
as well as children's services as the mother 
had already called them. No harm was 
observed to the children and the children's 
service worker was advised of the 
neighbors complaint.



Ptl D Beeson 08/29/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185963
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
340 ROSE AVE SALEM 


Complainant: LORI ZIMMERLY


Also refer to report 20185825 from 
Saturday on the same thing.

The complainant advised that no one got in 
nor did any one take any thing. 
Complainant was unsure if it got reported 
that day?


Officer gave the complainant the report 
number and advised her it was 
documented.


Complainant requests extra patrol not only 
in the front of the reidence but also behind 
it.


Nothing further needed.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185964
Date: Wednesday, August 29,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
969 W WILSON ST C 


Complainant: ANGELA VINT


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of unruly juvenile. 

Officers spoke with the female complainant 
who stated that her son was being violent 
towards her and her daughter. 

Officers spoke with the male juvenile who 
was irate and screaming. The male juvenile 
was arrested for closed fist punching his 
sister in the back and spitting on his mother. 
The male juvenile was handcuffed and was 
taken to The Tobin Center.


Arrested: Juvenile:
D.0.B: 2004
Charged: Domestic Violence.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092





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Wednesday, August 29, 2018
08:06 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185908
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Recovered Property
406 FRANKLIN ST


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


While on a complaint, officers located traffic 
cones that belonged to the city. The cones 
were secured and transported to Salem PD.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185921
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Suspicious Person
1400 BLOCK N
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: BANAR, PTL D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH 44460


While on patrol officer observed a subject 
lying on a picnic table in a pavilion at 
Centennial Park. Upon further checking, 
three subjects were sleeping in the pavilion. 
All were identified and officers cleared 
without incident.



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185922
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
664 FRANKLIN AVE 


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a juvenile complainant. 
Officers spoke to the legal guardian of the 
juvenile and they explained that the juvenile 
did not want to go to school. 

Officers spoke to the juvenile and they 
agreed that they would go to school. 
Officers then cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185924
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Accidental Damage
E STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH STREET



Officers responded to the area of Ellsworth 
Ave. and State St. for a building possibly hit 
by a vehicle. 

Officers arrived  and noted that due to 
barriers in place it would not be possible for 
a truck to strike a building in that area 
without major damage done.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185925
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1189 E ELEVENTH ST 


Unit #1 Driver: Jason Perry , Youngstown 
Salem Rd.


Unit #2 Driver: Jhordan Murray,  Stow, Oh



Officers responded to the area of N. Lincoln 
Ave. and E. 1 Ith St. for a motor vehicle 
accident. Officers spoke the the driver of 
Unit #2 who stated they were traveling 
south bound on N. Lincoln Ave. and slowed 
to turn east bound onto E. 11th St. when 
Unit #1 rear ended their vehicle. 

both units suffered minor damage. The 
driver of Unit #1 was issued a citation for 
Assured clear distance.




CITE: Jason Perry D.O.B. 1979
Citation for ACDA( ORD 333.03)



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185926
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Accidental Damage
1813 E STATE ST



Officers took a report of "accidental 
damage" to the residence. An Ohio State 
Waterproofing truck was in the driveway 
parked right beside the area of the house 
that was struck "accidentally". This was a 
rear attached room on the south side of the 
home. The resident advised she and her 
sister were downstairs around 0700 hrs this 
morning when they heard and felt the 
collision. She advised officers that this truck 
in the driveway was the one that had struck 
her home. 

Officers did see what appeared to be fresh 
damage to both the truck and home. 
Multiple photographs were taken of the 
home and truck. 

At least four (4) workers were on scene who 
appeared very reluctant to speak with 
officers and none could provide officers with 
a clear story from start to finish on what had 
happened. One worker advised that their 
truck did not do the damage but he was not 
there when the incident allegedly occurred. 

Officers advised the home owner to contact 
her insurance company and or an attorney 
if she felt it necessary. There did not appear 
to be any criminal intent to cause damage 
to her house. Insurance papers were not 
provided when asked for by the company at 
time of report.


Truck in driveway at time of report: Ford 
truck OH reg# PHN2821
owner: Ohio State Waterproofing / 
Enterprise



Banar901



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185927
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Fingerprints



Officers spoke to a subject on station 
regarding getting finger prints done for 
work. Officers advised that they could take 
them through process. Officers had the 
subject fill out the finger print card and then 
finger printed the subject at their request.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185928
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Neighbor Dispute
284 E FOURTH ST 


Officers were called to a verbal dispute 
between a male and female at above 
address. Upon arrival officers found the 
male cleaning the front porch and the 
female sitting on a front porch chair. The 
area was untidy with old food on plates on a 
table and a plate in the front yard with food 
still on it. 

The male was complaining that the female 
was ajitating him and he was only cleaning 
up her mess she makes. There were no 
signs of anything physical taking place and 
both were advised to keep the peace. 
Officer to contact the Health Dept. 
regarding the unsanitary conditions. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185929
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Fire Alarm
491 REILLY AVE A 
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Complainant: SIMPLEX SECURITY, 
ALARM 


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a fire alarm. 

Upon arrival, the alarm was determined to 
be part of a scheduled drill.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20185930
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Speak To Officer
157 W NINTH ST


Complainant: DENNIS BUTCH


Officer on patrol spoke with the complainant 
in the 100 block of W 9th St. The 
complainant may have an identity theft 
incident as he feels someone had access to 
his personal information. 

Officer advised the complainant to contact 
his financial institutions and credit reporting 
companies to make sure he did not have 
his identity stolen.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185904
Date: Monday, August 27.2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
1220 FRANKLIN AVE 


Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a complaint of animal 
neglect. Upon arrivals officers were unable 
to contact the subjects at their residence. 
Officers did observe animals through the 
windows of the residence and they all 
appeared to be healthy. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185905
Date: Monday, August 27.2018
Check Well Being
649 PROSPECT ST


Complainant: BARB ECKSINE


Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Prospect St for a well being check. The 
complainant advised that two juveniles were 
still on the school bus and no one was 
home to get the young juveniles. Officer 
made contact with a male subject who 
advised he was the juveniles uncle and was 
the one suppose to get them off the bus. He 
stated he fell asleep and did not realize the 
time. The male subject was identified and 
he collected the juvenile from the bus.



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185906
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
972 LIBERTY ST 


Complainant: LINDSAY MONTAGUE


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Liberty St for a domestic dispute report. The 
complainant advised that her boyfriends 
uncle had grabbed her during an argument 
while she was inside her vehicle pulling out 
large chunks of hair. 

The male subject was contacted and he 
advised that he did grab the female to get 
her out of the vehicle to talk face to face. 
The boyfriend was also on scene and 
stated that same thing and that he grabbed 
his uncle to get him off of the female victim. 

The male subject was placed in custody for 
domestic violence and transported back to 
the Salem Police Department to be 
processed and booked. He was then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Ethan K. Gitschier
DOB: 1963
Address: 972 Liberty St, Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence ORC 2919.25




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20185907
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Fight
406 FRANKLIN ST


Officers responded to a fight in progress on 
Franklin over a parking complaint between 
tenants. 

Upon arrival parties were still yelling and 
had to be told multiple times to cease and 
calm down. 

Argument ensued over a air conditioning 
unit on the roof and the use of parking 
spaces for the apartment building. 

One male had punched a wall inside his apt 
but denied medical attention. 

No injuries to parties involved and officers 
cleared. 




Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185910
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Theft
838 PROSPECT ST C 


Complainant: DONNA LUNSFORD,  
MILMONT ST NW MASSILLON, OH 44646 
1649 


Police responded to the 800 block of 
Prospect St for a possible theft. The 
complainant advised she trying to 
donate/sell items from her residence. The 
complainant stated that the subject she 
spoke with took belongings that were not 
supposed to be removed from the property. 

The subject brought back some of the 
items. The complainant stated she is still 
missing several items of value.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185911
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
358 W EIGHTH ST 


Complainant: FREDERICK BOWERS
Complainant: ANITA BOWERS


Officers took a report on station in regards 
to a telephone scam. The complainant 
advised that he and his wife had been 
receiving voice mails on their shared cell 
phone telling them to call the number back 
or the caller would have them arrested. The 
man was advised that it was a scam and 
told to try and block the callers number to 
prevent from future calls.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185912
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Fireworks Complaint
917 S UNION AVE 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 900 block of S. 
Union for a complaint of fireworks being 
shot off. Officers made contact with the 
male subject who was warned and advised 
to stop shooting off the fireworks. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185913
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
490 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: MARK OWEN


Officers responded to 490 S. Lincoln Ave. 
to speak with a male subject in reference to 
a domestic dispute. 


Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant in the driveway. Complainant 
advised that he and his wife got into a 
verbal argument argument only over 
several issues. The female was in the 
bathtub at the time of officers presence, 
however officers did speak with her via 
phone and she also confirmed only a verbal 
dispute. Officers cleared without incident.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185915
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: TOWING, KAISER


Officers responded to a one vehicle, non 
injury private property accident in the 
WalMart parking lot located at 2875 E. State 
St. 

Upon arrival, it was found the operator of 
unit #1, Donna J. Morrocco was traveling 
through the Walmart parking lot when she 
struck a yellow concrete barrier around a 
light post causing damage to her black 
2012 Kia SW.


Information was gathered and photos were 
taken. The vehicle was towed from the 
scene by Kaiser's Towing. Ms. Morrocco 
was advised to contact her insurance 
company.



Driver/Owner: Donna J. Morrocco
DOB: 1944
7875 W. Middletown Rd.
Salem, OH 44460

Vehicle: 2012 Kia SW





Sgt. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185916
Date: Monday. August 27.2018
Intoxicated Person
421 AETNA ST


Complainant: NICKI MCGHEE


Officers responded to the 400 blk of Aetna 
for a report of an intoxicated subject. 
Complainant advised she observed a 
known female stumble and fall while 
walking through her back yard. 

Officers made contact with the female in 
question at her residence and did a well 
fare check on her. The female advised she 
was okay and officers advised her to stay 
inside for the remainder of the evening.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185917
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Suspicious Activity
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460


While on patrol, officer located two subject 
inside the park after hours. Contact was 
made and the subjects advised they were 
just eating and talking. After checking the 
subjects for warrants, they were advised of 
the park hours and left without incident.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police Department
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Suspicious Person
744 ETHlRD ST


Complainant: STEPHEN NELDER


Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
E Third Street for a suspicious person 
complaint. Upon arrival, officers did talk to 
the complainant who advised a male 
knocked on their door and then walked 
away. 

Officers did make contact with the 
neighbors and another male in the 
immediate area matching the description to 
gather information.


Officers were informed by both other parties 
they were just walking through the area and 
did not attempt to make contact with 
anyone. Officers talked once more with the 
complainant and cleared without further 
information.




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185919
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
W STATE ST


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


While on routine patrol, this officer did 
notice a male riding his bike on the roadway 
without front or rear illumination.


This officer did initiate a traffic stop and 
while gathering information, dispatch 
advised this officer said male has an active 
warrant out of Alliance. The male was 
placed under arrest and transported to 
meeting point in Damascus where he was 
released to an Alliance PD Officer. Officers 
cleared without incident.



Name: Jeremy Johnson
DOB: 1986
784 Sunset Dr.
Alliance, OH 44601
Offense: Warrant Arrest




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185920
Date: Tuesday, August 28,2018
Assault 
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to Salem Hospital for an 
assault. The Hospital advised that two male 
subjects were admitted due to a physical 
altercation. The subjects advised that four 
male subjects attacked them near 
Centennial Park. The victims advised the 
aggressors were attempting to take the 
bicycles. The victims advised they were 
unable to identify the aggressors. 

Police took photos and documented the 
incident. Both victims advised they did not 
wish to pursue charges.




Ptl Osberg #915/070



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185893
Date: Monday, August 27, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
N LINCOLN AVE / E ELEVENTH ST



Officer(s) responded to the 1000 block of 
North Lincoln for a report of a disabled 
vehicle. the vehicle in question had been 
traveling south on North Lincoln Ave when 
the left front wheel came off. A local towing 
company was called and they responded to 
help with the vehicle. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185894
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Vandalism / Desecration
COURT DR K 
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Parks Dept once again had found damage 
to the pavilion near the tennis courts. Much 
of the white vinyl covering overhead inside 
the pavilion was ripped down and several 
tables had scratches from sharp objects. 
Extra watch requested in late afternoon / 
evenings.



Ptl.Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185895
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
836 E THIRD ST



Officers responded to a possible motor 
vehicle crash on E. Third St. in the 800 blk. 
A woman in a Lincoln,  LEANN GROSS,  
was reportedly becoming agitated after 
backing into a parked car. 

Upon arrival the Lincoln car had left the 
scene and Officers spoke with subjects still 
there. Female on scene advised her car 
was parked on the curb and the Lincoln had 
backed into her so she confronted the driver 
of the Lincoln about it. She further advised 
that there was no damage to her car but it 
had moved it backwards. 

A partial plate was given to dispatch on the 
Lincoln by someone on scene. The woman 
also reported being threatened by the 
woman driving the Lincoln with her cane.


The woman driving the Lincoln drove to the 
PD. Officer Keister talked with her in the 
back parking lot and reporting officer 
responded there from Third St. The woman 
driving the Lincoln stated she did not back 
into the other car and that the other woman 
had aggressively confronted her getting in 
her face so she held up her cane to defend 
herself. 

She then got back into her car and the 
woman was still yelling at her so she drove 
to the PD.


Officer advised her there were other places 
to park to go to her destination. OfFicer's 
also did not feel there was probable cause 
or enough evidence to submit this report to 
prosecutor's office for review. Photo were 
taken of each vehicle but no damage was 
observed to either one. 




Ptl.Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185896
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Recovered Property
1200 E SIXTH ST A
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


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


While on routine patrol officers were 
approached by an individual who stated 
they had found a lost property in the 
roadway and asked if officers could place it 
in the lost and found at the Police 
Department. Officers took the item
and placed it at the PD.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185897
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Animal Complaint
SOUTHEAST BLVD / S LINCOLN


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the area of S. Lincoln 
and South East Blvd. for a report of an 
animal in the roadway. Officers searched 
the area as well as the surrounding side 
streets with negative contact.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185898
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
MV Lockout Child Inside
834 SUMMIT ST 



Officer assisted a resident in gaining entry 
into their pick up truck. The vehicle was 
running with the air conditioning on with a 2 
yr old inside the truck. 1 was able to gain 
entry without incident. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185899
Date Monday, August 27,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
150 BROOKLYN AVE


Complainant: IVAN MONROY


Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
Brooklyn for a reported breaking and 
entering. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
he believed someone known to him had 
entered his garage and damaged his sons 
vehicle as well as the inside of the garage. 

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  #: 20185900
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Speak To Officer
500 E FOURTH ST 39


Complainant: KAREN CARPENTER


Officer spoke with the complainant on 
station regarding harassment that was 
occurring in the 500 block of E 4th St. 
Officer when speaking with the complainant 
did not receive any specific criminal 
complaint and the complainant was advised 
to contact her apartment manager in 
regards to the rumors being spread by other 
residents about her. Officer cleared.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185901
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Speak To Officer
1761 E STATE ST 


Complainant: BRITTANY ZAMARELLI


Officer took a report on station in regards to 
a harassing phone call. The complainant 
advised someone called from a business's 
phone number in town and demanded 
information from her. 

Complainant was advised that no one had 
reported anything with this department, and 
the business advised no one called her 
from that location. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185902
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Skaters / Bicycles In Roadway 
622 WOODLAND AVE 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of bicycles 
in the roadway. Upon arrival, officer located 
an adult and advised him of the complaint. 
The adult stated he would address the 
issue with the juveniles.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185903
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E STATE STREET


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Dispatch received a call regarding a 
disabled truck near N. Ellsworth and W. 
State. A blue Chevy was found with drive 
shaft issues. Officers assisted the 
driver/owner with getting it to a nearby parts 
store for repairs. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185879
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Traffic Offense
N UNION AVE / E THIRD ST


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


Officer on patrol stopped a silver Chrysler 
sedan in the 1200 block of E Third St in 
reference to a driver's license violation. 

Upon further investigation, it was confirmed 
that the driver, who is the registered owner, 
was operating the vehicle with a suspended 
driver's license. K9 Argo was requested to 
scene for an open air sniff of the vehicle. K9 
Argo was deployed and indicated the 
presence of a narcotic odor. 

The vehicle was subsequently searched 
and yielded a zip lock baggy of Marijuana 
and a vape pen with suspected THC oil 
inside. The contraband was seized and the 
driver was issued multiple citations. 

The driver was cited with Driving Under 
Suspension-Pretrial and Possession of 
Marijuana. The Vape pen will be sent to BCI 
for testing with possible felony charges to 
follow. 

The passenger drove the vehicle from the 
scene.



Cited: Logan P. Stewart DOB 1995
1281 Jefferson Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Driving Under Suspension-Pretrial 
(ORC 4510.11a)
Possession of Marijuana (Salem ORD 
513.03C2)



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185880
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Solicitor(s)
CONTINENTAL / BENTLEY


Officer responded to the area of Continental 
and Bentley Dr. for a report of a male 
subject going door to door selling stuff. 

Officer did locate the subject, advised him 
that he was not permitted to solicit in the 
city without a permit and sent him on his 
way.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009





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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20185881
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Child Unattended In MV
2401 E STATE ST F S

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 


Officers responded to the Giant Eagle 
parking lot in reference to a report of infants 
having been left unattended in a motor 
vehicle. Complainant advised of a black 
Ford Freestyle, but upon arrival the vehicle 
had already left. 

Officers located the vehicle parked at a gas 
pump at GetGo with a female driver inside. 
Officers made contact and advised her of 
the complaint. She stated that she did leave 
her children in the vehicle unattended, but 
was only running into the store for a 
second. 

The driver was found to have a suspended 
driver's license and was not permitted to 
drive from the scene. A family member 
responded to the scene to drive the family 
home. No citations were issued due to 
officers not observing the driver operating 
the vehicle. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185882
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Harassment
187 S BROADWAY AVE


Complainant: Brooks, PTL 

While on patrol officer was flagged down in 
the 100 block of S. Broadway Ave. by a 
complainant and advised that he was being 
harassed by two known subjects. Officer 
had the complainant respond to the PD to 
file the report. Officer will contact all 
subjects involved, advise them of the 
complaint and to stop any contact with the 
complainant.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185883
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Ambulance Needed
1551 MAPLE ST


Officers responded to a residence in the 
1500 block of Maple St to assist emergency 
medical personnel on a medical call. A 
resident was subsequently transported to 
Salem ER. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185884
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Audible Alarm
925 E STATE ST


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


While on patrol officer heard a car alarm 
sounding at the rear of a building located in 
the 900 block of E State St. Contact was 
made at the vehicle, where the operator 
and family members were present at the 
vehicle and advised the alarm had been 
triggered by accident. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185885
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Check Well Being
1761 E STATE ST 


Complainant: HOLLY MORROW


Complainant requested officers to check the 
well being of a male riding in a motorized 
wheelchair in the above area.

Complainant advised that the subject was in 
the roadway. The subject was found to be 
okay and on the side of the
road.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185886
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Domestic Dispute Report 
737 SUMMIT ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that he and his 
brother got into an altercation at their house 
and he wanted to file a report. 

Officer responded to the 700 block of 
Summit St. with the complainant to speak to 
the other half involved. Both subjects 
advised they didn't wish to fill out a 
statement about the incident. Neither 
subject had any visible marks. Officer 
advised the two subjects to try to stay 
separated for the evening and to call the PD 
if they needed anything further.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185887
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
971 NEWGARDEN AVE



Officer responded to Newgarden Ave for a 
report of a suspicious vehicle that had 
reportedly driven through the area of the 
900 block numerous times. The vehicle was 
described as a red SUV. Officer patrolled 
the area and checked several 
driveways/alleys but did not observe any 
vehicle matching the description. 

Officer subsequently patrolled the area 
several times and the vehicle was not 
observed. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185888
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Dispute(NO Threats/Violence)
705 E FIFTH ST 



Police responded to the 700 block of E. 
Fifth St. for a domestic in progress. Officers 
spoke to both parties involved who advised 
officers that they had a verbal dispute and 
everything was okay. Both subjects advised 
there wasn't any physical violence. Officers 
advised both subjects to call the PD if they 
need anything.



Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185889
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
WATERWORTH PARK / SUNSET
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: MILLER, PTL D D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM


On 8/27/2018 officers were in the area of 
Waterworth Memorial Park and observed a 
vehicle parked in the parking lot after hours. 
Officers then made contact with the 
occupants in the vehicle and advised them 
of the park hours.

After further investigation officers 
determined nothing criminal was taking 
place other than the occupants being in the 
park after hours. Officers then advised both 
subjects in the vehicle that they were free to 
leave.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185890
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Suspicious Person
600 BLOCK OF N HOWARD AVE 


Complainant: MILLER, PTL D D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM


On 8/27/2018 officers were in the 600 block 
of N Howard Ave and observed a male 
subject walking on the roadway having 
difficulty keeping his balance and almost fell 
down a couple of times. Officers then made 
contact with the male individual and 
observed he appeared to be impaired due 
to alcohol consumption. 

Officers then spoke with the cooperative 
male subject and were able to identify him. 
Officers assisted the male subject to his 
residence a few blocks North of where he 
was discovered, made contact with another 
resident there to affirm he got inside of the 
residence safely and then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185891
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Fire Alarm 
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD 

Complainant: CENTURY, 21


Officers responded to the 200 block of N 
Cunningham Rd along with Salem FD for a 
report of a fire alarm. Upon arriving, officers 
made contact with an employee and 
learned that the tenants in the room where 
the alarm had triggered had already been 
contacted and everything was affirmed to 
be OK. While officers were on scene the 
alarm company had contacted dispatch to 
advise the alarm was false. Officers and FD 
personnel subsequently cleared without 
incident. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185892
Date: Monday, August 27,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
E PERSHING 1400 BLOCK

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


While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
inside Centennial Park after hours. Officer 
was able to make contact with the driver of 
the vehicle, who advised officer he was not 
aware the park was closed. Officer advised 
the subject of the park hours and sent him 
on his way.



Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Monday, August 27, 2018
10:10 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185868
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road 
SOUTHEAST BLVD / KENNEDY SALEM




Officers were dispatched to Southeast Blvd. 
and Kennedy Dr. for a tree that had fallen in 
the roadway. The tree fell from a residences 
yard and officers determined that it was not 
causing a traffic hazard. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185869
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Traffic Signal Malfunction
N LINCOLN AVE / E SIXTH ST



Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a traffic light being out. Officers 
observed the traffic light working in proper 
order.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185870
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Dog At Large 
622 WASHINGTON AVE SALEM

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


Officers were on patrol in the 600 block of 
Washington Ave. when they found two dogs 
running at large. Officers recognized the 
dogs from a past incident where one of the 
dogs had gotten loose. One dog walked 
back to the porch with an officer and the 
other was caught by a pedestrian walking 
down the road. 

The dogs were returned to the owner and 
owner of the dogs was advised that if the 
dogs were running loose again that they 
would be cited.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185871
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Traffic Offense 
W STATE ST / S HOWARD AVE SALEM 


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


Officers initiated a traffic stop at N. Howard 
and W. State St. During investigation 
officers conducted a probable cause 
search. 

Narcotics were located inside the vehicle. 
The male driver was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for possession of 
marijuana. He was also given a verbal 
warning for a traffic violation. Officers 
cleared.



CITED
NAME: DAVID NEMETH JR.
D.O.B. 1978
ADDRESS: 754 112 E. 5TH ST. SALEM, 
OH 44460
OFFENSE: POSSESSION OF 
MARIJUANA




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185872
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Recovered Property
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST


While on patrol Officers were flagged down 
by a male subject who located a laptop 
computer on the sidewalk near the roadway 
at the above location. Officers were able to 
identify the owner of the laptop and it was 
returned to the owner.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185874
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2299 E STATE ST


Unit #1 GARY BUSH, Age 77,  KNOPP RD 
SALEM, OH 44460

Unit #2 CHELSEY REYNOLDS, Age 27, 
Goshen Rd., SALEM, OH



Officer responded to the 2200 block of E 
State St for a report of a motor vehicle 
accident without injury. 

Officer arrived and found that Unit#1 was 
stopped in traffic facing east bound on E 
State St when it was struck by Unit#2.

Unit#2 was traveling east bound on E State 
St and did fail to stop for the traffic. 

The driver of Unit#2 was cited for ACDA.




Ptl D Beeson 08/26/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185875
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
491 REILLY AVE H 


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


While on patrol officer observed a male with 
an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. The warrant was confirmed and the 
male was taken into custody for the 
warrant. The male was taken to the Salem 
police station and was later released to a 
Columbiana County Sheriffs Deputy.



Arrested: Samson A Crowl
DOB: 1984
Address: 633 Cherry St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant - Failure to Appear 
Obstruction of Official Business



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185876
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE


Officer responded to WaCMart for a 
reported theft. Officer spoke with asset 
protection employees. They advised that a 
male was observed in the store selecting 
items. He proceeded to the self check out 
and checked out a few items, then 
proceeded to the exit. The male failed to 
scan two items valued at $93.98 and was 
stopped at the exit by asset protection. 
While inside the security office, the male 
individual fled the store. 

Further information was obtained and 
charges pending.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185877
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Suspicious Person
N HOWARD AVE / W FOURTH ST 


Report of a suspicious person carrying 
some type of weights. Officer located the 
individual who was found to be exercising 
wearing a weight vest.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185878
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Speak To Officer
1491 N ELLSWORTH AVE 


Complainant: AMY MCLAUGHLIN


Officer spoke with the complainant via the 
phone about a civil matter. Complainant 
advised that on Thursday she had given the 
subject her credit card to go get money out. 
She states as of today, the subject has not 
yet returned the credit card she gave him 
permission to use. 

She was advised to cancel the credit card 
and to call back if needed.




Ptl. LaRosa  907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185845
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Menacing / Threats
536 WALNUT ST


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Walnut St in reference to a report of 
menacing. Complainant advised that the 
subject, who does not live at the residence, 
told her to leave or he would physically 
harm her. 

Officers spoke with the subject and two 
others at the residence who advised that 
the subject never made these statements. 
The complainant, who does not reside at 
the residence, left of her own free will. 

They were advised to respond to the police 
department at another time if they wished to 
provide statements of the incident, due to 
all parties having consumed alcohol. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185846
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Assault
387 E SIXTH ST


Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of 
E. Sixth Street for an assault report. Officer 
responded and spoke with a female subject 
who advised that she was hit in the face by 
her friends boyfriend. The female stated 
that the same male subject also assaulted 
her friend. 

The female stated that the incident 
happened on SR 172 near a dollar store in 
the Guilford Lake area and that they had 
been in a vehicle. 

The female was advised to contact the 
Columbiana County Sheriff Department if 
she wished the pursue the matter as the 
incident took place in their jurisdiction. 
Officer provided contact information for the 
CCSO and cleared.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185847
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
MV Lockout
2875 E STATE STATE ST

Officer responded to Walmart parking lot for 
a motor vehicle lockout. The owner of the 
vehicle filled out a waiver of damages form. 
Officer was able to gain entry into the 
vehicle.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185848
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Debris In Roadway 
1200 E SIXTH ST A 


Officer responded to the 1200 block of E 
Sixth St for a report of debris in the 
roadway. 

Upon arriving officer observed that an 
individual walking their dog in the area had 
already removed the debris and placed it in 
the curb lawn. A street lamp bezel and lens 
had fallen and shattered on the street. It 
appeared that tree limbs blowing aroun in 
the wind had caused the light fixture to fall. 

Dispatch was advised to leave a note for 
the street department that the debris was in 
the curb lawn, as well as a note for the City 
electrician regarding the street light. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185849
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Disgruntled Employee 
2870 E STATE ST 300 

Complainant: ALI HUSSEIN 
CAMPOS,JUDY RAE AVE ALLIANCE, OH 
44601

Officer responded to Metro PCS to speak to 
the store manager about an old employee 
harassing the business through email. The 
complainant advised officer that an ex 
employee is sending email to the business 
email making threats and using vulgar 
language towards them. 

Officer will contact the person who sent the 
email and advise them to stop or they may 
face criminal charges.



Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185850
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Debris In Roadway
2400 BLK OF E STATE ST A S


Officer was dispatched to the 2400 block of 
E. State Street for a report of a tire in the 
roadway. Officer responded and found that 
the tire had already been removed from the 
road and was placed in the grass on the 
south side of E. State Street.




Ptl. C. Crider 910/017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185851
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
552 WASHINGTON AVE SALEM


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


Officer observed a white truck parked left 
side to curb in the 500 block of Washington 
Ave. Officer was able to make contact with 
the owner at a nearby residence and 
requested the individual turn the vehicle 
around to make it legal.

The individual promptly corrected the 
problem. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185852
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: GARBER, PTL


K9 Simon while working a detail assisting 
multiple agencies was requested to conduct 
a K9 free air sniff of a vehicle on SR170 at 
Quay Rd. Kg Simon did not show any alert 
behavior or indicate to the presence of 
narcotic odor.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185853
Date: Saturday. August 25,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
COURT DR K
PARK PLAYGROUND 



Report of juveniles sitting on top of the 
restroom building at Centennial Park. Upon 
arrival, officer located two juveniles sitting 
on the building. They were advised not to sit 
on the building. They got down and officer 
cleared.




Ptl. Cochran




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185854
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


K9 Simon while working a detail assisting 
multiple agencies was requested to conduct 
a K9 free air sniff of a vehicle on SR170 at 
CR432. K9 Simon did show alert behavior 
and indicate to the presence of narcotic 
odor.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185855
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Check Well Being
E STATE 2900 BLOCK A 

Complainant: MARK MARTIN


Officer was dispatched to the above 
location to check the well being of the 
subject. Complainant advised that the 
subject told him that he was feeling dizzy 
while he was at the store. Complainant 
advised that he tried to keep the subject on 
scene, but the subject wanted to leave. 

Officer located the subject operating the 
vehicle in the parking lot and made contact 
to check his well being. Subject advised 
that he was okay, but just got a little 
confused when he couldn't locate his 
vehicle in the parking lot. 

The driver showed no signs of being unable 
to safely operate the vehicle.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185856
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Suspicious Activity 
HIGHLAND AVE / E THIRD ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the area of E. Third St. 
and Highland Ave. for a suspicious male 
carrying a metal detector and a shovel. 
Officer did locate the subject and advised 
him of the complaint. The subject advised 
officer that he was walking along the 
sidewalk looking for change. Officer advised 
the subject that he was fine, not to dig any 
holes or to go onto anyone's property.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 08/25/18




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185857
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Animal Complaint
880 JENNINGS AVE


Officer was dispatched to the 800 block of 
Jennings Avenue for a barking dog 
complaint. Officer responded and located 
the source of the barking dog. Officer made 
contact with a male resident of the home 
and he advised he would bring the dog in 
for the night.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185858
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Reckless Operator 
N UNION AVE / E THIRD ST


Officer responded to the area of N. Union 
Ave. and E. Third St. for a report of a 
reckless vehicle. Officer was able to locate 
the vehicle parked at a residence. Officer 
spoke to the driver/owner of the vehicle and 
advised him of the complaint. The driver of 
the vehicle appeared to be okay and not 
under the influence of alcohol or any other 
narcotic.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185859
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Suspicious Activity
123 N BROADWAY AVE



Complainant: KRESTON FLORES


Officer responded to the area of Chase 
Bank to check for a male subject who the 
complainant believed took his cell phone 
from another agencies jurisdiction. Officer 
checked the area, but wasn't able to locate 
the subject.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185860
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
141 W THIRD ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


On 8/26/2018 officers responded to the 
area of N Ellsworth Ave and W Third Street 
in regards to a noise complaint.


Upon arrival officers checked the area and 
located the residence where the noise was 
coming from. Officers then made contact 
with the home owner and advised him of 
the complaint. The home owner understood 
and advised that he and his guests were 
going to be inside for the rest of the night. 
Officers then cleared without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185861
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Check Well Being
1823 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


On 8/26/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 1800 block of Cleveland Street in 
regards to juveniles running around a yard 
and being very loud. Upon officers arrival 
there were no signs of any juveniles. 

Officers spoke with a resident who came 
out of her house when she observed 
officers in the area. The resident advised 
that she did not see or hear any juveniles 
as well. Officers then cleared without 
incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185862
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Ambulance Needed
1152 ORCHARD BEND DR


Police and First Responders responded to 
the 1100 block of Orchard Bend Dr. for an 
intoxicated female subject who fell and hit 
her head. Officers stood by with medical 
personnel until they were no longer needed.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185863
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Suspicious Person
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E FOURTH ST. 


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


Officer was on patrol southbound on N 
Ellsworth Ave near the 400 block when a 
female pedestrian called out from the 
sidewalk area. Officer turned around, 
returned to the area and was advised by the 
pedestrian that a male individual was 
following her as she was walking home. 
The male individual had already turned 
around and started walking southbound. 

He was located near Third St and advised 
of the complainant. He stated he 
understood the female individual did not 
wish to associate with him and he was 
going to leave her alone. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185864 
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Littering / Dumping 
523 FRANKLIN ST 


Complainant: DEBORAH STEELE


Complainant called to advised that beer 
bottles were thrown onto the roadway, in 
the 500 block of Franklin St, from a vehicle 
passing by. 

Upon arrival, officers located the bottles and 
removed them from the roadway. A male in 
the area advised that the vehicle was a dark 
colored suv and that the occupants do this 
every weekend. He advised that they travel 
east bound and attempt to hit a speed limit 
sign with the bottles.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185865
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Fight 
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to a business in the 400 
block of S Broadway Ave for a report of 
several subjects trying to start fights with 
people. 

Upon arriving officers spoke to several 
subjects who advised officers the subjects 
causing problems left prior to officers 
arrival.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185866
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Suspicious Person
121 E STATE ST 


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Officer stopped to speak with four males 
who were walking behind the above 
business. They advised that they had no 
destination, but were just out walking. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185867
Date: Sunday, August 26,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
103 E PiRRY ST 


On 8/26/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 600 block of E Perry Street in regards to 
a suspicious vehicle parked in the area with 
two subjects inside arguing loudly one male 
the other female. 

Upon arrival in the area officers were met 
with a male subject outside of his house 
who advised that his former girlfriend and 
her friend were having issues and it lead 
into a verbal argument outside of the 
property between all three of them. The 
male's former girlfriend then went into her 
vehicle because she felt safer there while 
both males were arguing. 

The third male subject that was trying to 
speak with female subject involved took off 
in his vehicle prior to officers arrival.


With no threats of violence and with no one 
hurt, officers advised both subjects at the 
residence that, should the other unwanted 
male subject return, to notify police and that 
officers would respond immediately.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Sunday, August 26, 2018
10:07 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185841
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
500 E FOURTH ST 414


Complainant: JOSEPH MASON


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a loud music complaint. 
Complainant advised that his downstairs 
neighbor had her television volume too 
loud. The music was turned down and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185844
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Stolen Bicycle
418 E THIRD ST A


Officer responded to the 400 block of E 
Third St for a report of missing bicycles. 
Officer did take the informationabout the 
bicycles and knew they had been turned 
into the police department as recovered 
property. The complainant was contacted to 
come pick them up.



Ptl D Beeson 08/25/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185843
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation



Complainant: FRENCH, PTL


Officer was on routine patrol in car #6 and 
east bound in the 1200blk of E. Pershing 
and observed a vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration, FOX5888 sitting parked on the 
south side of the road way east bound 
where there is no parking on that side of the 
road.


The owner/operator was out side and he 
was advised of the violation which he 
advised he would be moving it.


Officer cleared.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185842
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
CENTENNIAL PARK SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officer responded to Centennial Park for a 
report of juveniles possibly damaging 
property. Officer arrived and did observe 
damage but could tell that it was old. Officer 
did speak to several juveniles in the area 
and made sure they would not be making 
the damage worse. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 08/25/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185827
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Debris In Roadway
1995 E STATE ST A


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


Officer was on routine patrol in car #6 east 
bound on SR14 (E. State St) and observed 
that person(s) unknown had taken some of 
the road cones left by the paving crew and 
tipped them over into the east bound lane 
blocking it to traffic. 

Officer removed them and opened the lane 
back up.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185828
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Person To Be Removed
460 E SCHOOL ST

Complainant: ROBERT FALKNER


Officer responded to the 400 block of E 
School St for a report of one to be removed 
from a residence. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the 
complainant who advised that a male was 
trying to enter the home but was not a 
resident. Officer did make contact with the 
male who was advised of such and the 
male did leave without incident.




Ptl D Beeson 08/25/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185829
Date: Saturday, August 25, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1015 N LINCOLN AVE
CEMETERY


Complainant:  BUSTER 


Officer responded to Hope Cemetery for a 
parking complaint. The complainant advised 
that people were parking in the cemetery for 
a sporting event nearby and that it would 
interfere with cemetery business that day. 
The complainant was advised that private 
property parking is not enforceable by 
police unless its a handicap or fire lane 
issue. 

Officer did attempt to locate contact 
information for the owner of the vehicle but 
was unable to do so. The complainant was 
advised that property owners do have the 
option of towing vehicles from private 
property and officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 08/25/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185830
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Neighbor Dispute
430 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officers responded to the 400 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for a report of a neighbor 
dispute. Officers arrived and found that two 
neighbors had been in a dispute about keys 
and a dog. The parties had since separated 
and were told to stay away from each other 
until things calmed down.



Ptl D Beeson 08/25/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185831
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Speak To Officer
218 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: TIFFANY MOORE


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
her estranged husband who does not reside 
with her left this morning and took her new 
air conditioner. He resides on E. School St 
and she wanted it back. The complainant 
showed proof of purchase. The estranged 
husband came back and Officer Wirkner 
talked with him and he voluntarily opened 
his trunk to his vehicle and returned the air 
conditioner. His cell phone was  not found 
at the residence but the complainant 
advised if found she would give it to this 
department to return to him.


He was advised he was not welcomed at 
the residence with out her permission along 
with gathering the rest of his property from 
the basement and garage.


They both agreed to later talk once every 
thing cooled down and she would set 
arraignments for him to come and get the 
items.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185803
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Suspicious Person
2823 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a suspicious person complaint. 
Officer arrived on scene and made contact 
with the subject , who was sitting in the 
grass eating his food. The subject advised 
that he was just waiting on his ride which 
had showed up while officer was on scene.



Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185802
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Person To Be Removed
470 E PERRY ST


Complainant: CORNELL, JASON A 470 E 
PERRY ST SALEM, OH 44460 3728


Complainant responded to the police 
department in reference to a report of a 
person to be removed. Complainant 
advised that he and his wife were separated 
and that he was now seeing the victim. 
However, complainant advised that his wife, 
who had moved out of his residence in 
June, was now at his residence waiting for 
him and the victim because she wanted to 
physically harm the victim. 

Officer responded to complainant's 
residence in the 400 block of E Perry St to 
speak with the subject in regards to the 
incident. The subject advised officer that 
she was going to physically harm the victim 
because she was now dating her husband. 

The complainant and victim arrived at the 
residence and the subject had to be 
detained to stop a physical altercation from 
taking place. The subject was subsequently 
placed into custody for Menacing and 
transported to the police department for 
processing. She was later transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Dana M. Cornell DOB 1978
470 E Perry St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Menacing (ORC 2903.22)




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185801
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Traffic Offense
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST 


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed a male subject 
known to be suspended without a valid 
operating a vehicle in the 100 block of W 
3rd St. The driver of the vehicle was 
stopped and failed to comply with orders. 
The driver was detained and officers 
located contraband in the vehicle and on 
the drivers person. 

The driver of the vehicle was placed in 
custody and the occupants were released 
on scene. The driver was transported on 
station, processed and taken to the county 
jail. 

Charges pending on the registered owner.


Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



Arrested: Michael W. Hover Jr. DOB:1990 
of 673 E 3rd St. Salem Ohio 44460
Charges: DUS, Drug paraphernalia, Drug 
abuse instm.




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185800
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
969 W WILSON ST B


Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to an unruly juvenile. Officers 
made contact with the mother who advised 
that the juvenile was acting out and has 
behavioral issues. First Responders and 
KLG Ambulance responded to the scene 
and the juvenile was transported to the 
hospital for treatment.



Ptl. LaRosa 907-059



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185798
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Child Custody Dispute
518 W EIGHTH ST


Complainant: JACLYN CARNEGIE,  
LOUISVILLE, OH 44641 


Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer in reference to a child custody 
dispute. Complainant advised that she and 
her ex husband have shared custody of 
their two children and paperwork states that 
they each trade off every week, Sunday to 
Sunday. Complainant advised that she 
made contact with her ex husband to pick 
up her children, but the subject refused to 
let her pick them up. 

Officer advised complainant of her options 
for handling the incident.


Due to the children not being in immediate 
danger, they were not forcibly removed from 
the custody of their father.


Complainant advised that she did not want 
officer to contact the subject, only that she 
wanted the incident documented. 

Officer cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185797
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E THIRD SALEM


Three Vehicle Accident.


Unit # 1 Driver: Emma J. Keefer


Unit # 2 Driver: DENNIS BRICELAND


Unit # 3 Driver: Jeffrey DeRienzo






Unit # 1 was traveling westbound on E. 3rd 
St. and reportedly stopped for the stop sign 
at N. Ellsworth Ave. 

Unit # 2 was traveling southbound on N. 
Ellsworth Ave. 

Unit # 3 was traveling eastbound on W. 3rd 
St. and stopped at the stop sign at N. 
Ellsworth Ave. 

Unit # 1 failed to yield from the stop sign 
and pulled into the path of Unit # 2. Unit # 2 
struck Unit # 1 in the passenger side, 
spinning Unit # 1 around, causing Unit # 1 
to strike Unit # 3 in the front end with Unit # 
1's drivers side rear. The driver of Unit # 1 
was issued a citation for FTY: Stop Sign.


Cited: Emma J. Keefer DOB: 1925
1121 Liberty St. Salem, Oh 44460
FTY: Stop Sign



Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185818
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION



While on station officer took a report of a 
drive off from Smith Oil Gas Station. The 
complainant advised officer that a silver 
Chevy Impala pumped $12.52 worth of gas 
and drove off without rendering payment.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 08/24/18




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185817
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Intoxicated Driver
WOODLAND AVE / E STATE ST 

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


Report of an intoxicated driver in a silver 
Chevy Cruze that was traveling south 
bound on Woodland Ave from Cricle K. 

Officers checked the area for several 
minutes, but were unable to locate the 
vehicle. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185816
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Open Container In MV
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: GARBER, PTL


Officers stopped a vehicle that pulled over 
into a business lot in the 1100 block of E 
State Street. During the stop the driver, 
David Alan Miley, was advised of the stop 
which was a failure to reinstate suspension. 

During which time officers asked to search 
the vehicle, and gained consent form Miley. 
While searching the vehicle officers 
discovered three open containers of 
alcoholic beverages inside of the vehicle. 

Miley who was cooperative during the 
entirety of the stop was advised that he 
would be given a Minor Misdemeanor 
citation for open container (ORD:529.07 
B4).


Officers then issued the citation to Miley 
and he was advised of his court date at 
Columbiana County Municipal Court at 
8/31/2018 at 0830 hrs. The vehicle was left 
at the business and Miley stated he would 
walk to a friends house until a valid driver 
could get him and the vehicle. At this point 
officers cleared.


-Ptl. D Miller (917)


MM Cite: Open Container in MV
David A Miley, DOB: 1986
39 Main St, Leetonia OH 44431




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185814
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Suspicious Activity
1500 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN A 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT


Police responded to the 1500 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. for a report of a male subject 
sitting in the grass. Officers did locate the 
subject who advised officers he dropped 
something and was attempting to pick it up. 
The subject did appear to be under the 
influence of an unknown narcotic. Officers 
were able to locate a friend of the subject 
who offered to allow him to stay at his 
residence.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185813
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1125 E STATE ST


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


While on patrol eastbound on E State St 
near the 11 00 block, officer observed an 
individual run into the roadway from the 
South side to the North side and back. The 
area was not well lit and the individual was 
difficult to see.


Officer stopped and made contact with a 
group of juveniles, one of which 
acknowledged he had ran into the road to 
remove a rock from the westbound lane. 
Officer requested the individual avoid doing 
such in the future due to the danger of 
being struck by a motor vehicle. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185812
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
JUV- Unruly / Delinquent
744 E THIRD ST


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


Officer on patrol in the 300 block of N. 
Lincoln Avenue heard people yelling at 
each other behind a residence in the 700 
block of E. Third Street. Officer made 
contact with a male subject who advised 
that his 13 year old son had been yelling at 
him because he was upset over a 
discussion about his girlfriend. The subject 
stated that his son was sent to his room for 
yelling and being unruly. 

Officer spoke with the juvenile who advised 
that he was upset and did yell at his 
parents. Officer advised the juvenile of the 
consequences to his actions and that he 
needed to listen to his parents.



Ptl. C. Crider 910/017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185811
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Assist Other Agency
STATE SOUTE 14 EAST/EGYPT


Complainant: LaROSA, PTL S 0 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811


Officer responded to the above location to 
assist OSP on a traffic stop. K9 Argo was 
deployed on the vehicle and indicated to the 
presence of a narcotic odor. The occupant 
was searched and found to have 2 syringes 
with narcotics in them on his person. Officer 
stood by while they finished their 
investigation.


Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185810
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Assist Perry Police
1585 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: LaROSA, PTL S 0 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811


Officers responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Township PD , who had a 
subject flee from them on foot.


Officers arrived on scene and Perry 
Township had located the subject and taken 
him into custody. Officers cleared.




Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185809
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Suspicious Odor
ORCHARD ST / CHERRY ST 

Complainant: TINA CROWL


Officers responded to the above area in 
reference to a suspicious odor. Complainant 
advised of a strong odor of Marijuana 
coming from the area of Cherry St and 
Orchard Ave. 

Officers located the source in the 700 block 
of Cedar St and made contact with the 
subjects. Both male subjects did eventually 
admit to recently smoking Marijuana. They 
were advised to cease and warned that 
they would be receiving citations the next 
time it occurs. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185805
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
780 W STATE ST 


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


Officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle in 
the 700 block of W State St. A Salem K9 
Unit subsequently gave positive indication 
to the presence of a narcotic odor and the 
vehicle was subsequently searched with 
suspected Marijuana being recovered. 

A female law enforcement officer conducted 
a pat down of the two female occupants 
and recovered drug paraphernalia 
containing suspected illegal narcotics. 

The driver of the vehicle was issued a 
citation for possession of Marijuana and 
sent on her way. The passenger was 
charged for possession of drug 
paraphernalia, was taken into custody and 
subsequently taken to Columbiana County 
Jail. 

Possible additional charges pending test 
results of suspected narcotics. Sgt B Slider 
S6/088



MM Cite: Possession of Marijuana
Kyra L Graham, DOB: 1999
LKA 325 E Ohio Ave
Sebring OH 44672

Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Hope M Steed, DOB:1998
LKA 226 Vine Ave, Apt 12
Salem OH 44460




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185804
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Civil Matter
193 S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 


OSP Post 15 located a dispute in the 100 
Block of S. Lincoln Ave. Officers arrived and 
found the matter was civil in nature and 
cleared without incident.




Ptl. Garber 908-047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185834
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST


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


Officer was on routine patrol in car #6 west 
bound on Pershing at Ellsworth. A vehicle 
bearing Ohio registration, DL\9975 was 
sitting on S. Ellsworth at Pershing and 
stalled out and would not start. 

Officer turned around and stopped to assist 
when the operator advised he got it started 
and was moving.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185835
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Check Well Baing
2366 E STATE ST SALEM


Officer responded to the above location to 
check on a tractor trailer parked in the lot. 
Upon arrival, the truck was not occupied. 
The vehicle does regularly park at the 
location.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185836
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Speak To Officer
N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer met with a complainant on station 
who wanted to advise of a possible drug 
use out side the City limits.

Officer advised the complainant that officer 
would let the proper jurisdiction know of the 
situation.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185837
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
MAPLE 1400 BLOCK H
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: CYNTHIA MORRISON
Complainant: TYLER MORRISON


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a dispute. Upon arrival, the 
complainant advised that he was at 
Centennial Park with his dog. He advised 
that he and an ex friend recently had been 
in some trouble and were no to be around 
each other per court order. The complainant 
advised that a friend advised him that the 
male in question was coming to the park to 
start problems with him. The complainant 
ultimately left the area so there would be no 
problems.




Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185838
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Theft
189 E THIRD ST


Complainant: KRESTON FLORES


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a stolen phone. Officers spoke 
with the complainant who stated he was in 
another city when his phone was taken from 
him. 

Officers advised the complainant to contact 
the police department jurisdiction where his 
phone was taken from, officers supplied him 
with the contact information.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 916/092.




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185839
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Traffic Offense
1100 BLK N HOWARD AVE


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


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a moving violation. 
During the stop the driver did give consent 
to search the vehicle. The driver was 
ultimately given a verbal warning for the 
offense and officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson 08/25/2018





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185840
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Fraud
231 S BR OADWAY AVE B 


Complainant: Brandie Wade


Officer met with the complainant and found 
that the complainant and incident is out side 
this departments jurisdiction.


The complainant was given this report 
number and referred to the Columbiana 
County Sheriffs Dept which is the proper 
jurisdiction.


The fraud is over an CTunes account with 
her son who is stationed out side the U.S. 
and she has power of attorney to handle his 
affairs.


The complainant has talked with the proper 
CTunes people and is following what they 
advised her to do.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185826
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Suspicious Activity
ROSE AVE / E THIRD ST


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


On 8/25/2018 officers were patrolling the 
area near the 300 block of Rose Ave in 
regards to a group of suspicious males that 
were possibly involved in an attempted 
breaking and entering. Officers observed 
two male subjects that were walking east 
bound on E Third near N Union Ave. 
Officers then stopped the subjects and 
spoke with them briefly. 

After further investigation officers believed 
that the two subjects were not involved in 
any criminal activity.


Officers then advised both subjects they 
were free to leave and then cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185825
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
340 ROSE AVE 3 SALEM


Complainant: LORRIE ZIMMERLY


Police responded to the 300 block of Rose 
Ave. for a report of a possible B & E in 
progress. The complainant advised officers 
that she heard someone attempting to open 
her front door and when she looked she 
seen several subjects outside of her 
residence. 

Officers checked the area, but weren't able 
to locate anyone. The complainant was 
advised to call the PD if she see's or hears 
anyone else outside of her residence.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185824
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Power Outage
1264 CEDAR RIDGE DR D


Complainant: MICHELLE CRANK

Officer responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr. for a report of a power 
outage. The complainant advised officer 
that she heard a loud bang and then the 
power went out. Ohio Edison was advised 
of the issue.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 08/25/18




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185823
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: GOSHEN, PD


Officer on station to run an alcohol test for 
Goshen PD, who had a subject in custody 
for OVI. Officer ran the test for Goshen PD 
and cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185822
Date: Saturday, August 25,2018
OVI Arrest
S BROADWAY AVE / E WILSON


Complainant: GARBER, PTL 



Officers responded to a report of a possible 
intoxicated driver traveling southbound on N 
Ellsworth Ave. A Salem Officer 
subsequently observed a vehicle 
southbound on S Ellsworth Ave fitting the 
description provided by the caller, and 
which was also observed to have a 
registration matching that provided by the 
caller. The vehicle was subsequently 
stopped after turning East onto W Wilson St 
and pulled over on S Broadway Ave. 

An Ohio State Patrol Unit was nearby, 
responded and subsequently administered 
filed tests before arresting the driver for 
OVI. The Trooper transported the driver to 
Salem PD, administered a breath test, 
served citations and subsequently released 
the driver pending court appearance. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185821
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
WATERWORTH PARK / SUNSET 


Complainant: CRIDER, PTL


Officer on patrol observed a silver Ford 
Mustang parked in Waterworth Park off 
Sunset Blvd. after the park closed.


Officer made contact with a female subject 
who advised that she had a verbal 
argument with her boyfriend and that she 
lives in Cleveland, Ohio, but did not want to 
drive back to Cleveland since it was late. 
The female was advised of the public 
parking lots available and she cleared the 
park.



Ptl. C. Crider 910.017




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Salem Police Department
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH ST


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


While on patrol officer heard several 
individuals yelling at the rear of an 
apartment building in the 700 block of E 
Fifth St. 

Officers made contact with four individuals, 
two of which were having a disagreement 
over personal matter. All stated there was 
no threats or violence, just a verbal 
disagreement 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185819
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Reckless Operator
SHARP AVE / ARCH ST


Complainant: JOSEPH GALCHICK


Officer was dispatched to the area of Arch 
Street and Sharp Avenue for a reckless 
operator. Officer responded and was 
advised by the complainant that a dark 
colored sedan was being operated at a high 
rate of speed heading west on Arch Street 
with no lights on and did not stop for the 
stop sign at Sharp Avenue. Officer checked 
the area, but the vehicle was not located.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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www.westernreservenews.com 




Saturday, August 25, 2018
08:11 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185790
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Neighbor Dispute
366 PENN AVE 10


Complainant: JOHN BRIDGE


Officer responded to the 300 block of Penn 
Ave for a report of a neighbor dispute. 
Officer spoke to the complainant and found 
that there was nothing criminal occurring. 
The complainant was advised to contact his 
landlord.



Ptl D Beeson 08/24/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185792
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Reckless Operator
1900 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 


Officer checked the 1900 block of E State 
St for a reckless operator. The vehicle was 
not located and officer cleared



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185793
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1074 CLEVELAND ST SALEM


Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St to check for a juvenile with an 
active warrant at the request of juvenile 
probation. The juvenile was located and 
taken into custody. 

The juvenile was transported to the station 
and later released to a CCSO deputy.




Ptl D Beeson 08/24/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185794
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
S BROADWAY AVE / E PERSHING ST 


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with a male subject who was acting 
very excited and only could ask where he 
could find WIFI.


This male was just released from the jail 
earlier and was from the report #20185784 .


Officer advised him to stay out of the traffic 
and not to act up while walking on the side 
walk. He advised he understood and went 
west bound on Pershing from Broadway.


Approximately 5 minutes later officer(s) 
were again called about the male walking 
into the roadway and beating on his chest 
acting up.


Officer(s) talked with him again this time at 
Howard & State and again he advised he 
was looking for WIFI.


He was advised that the next time officer(s) 
have to handle him again, the situation will 
be different if he continued tO act the way 
he was and that again he was told to head 
towards the library for the WIFI. He advised 
he understood and would not be a problem 
again.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185795
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
375 E FIFTH ST / W 


Officer responded to the 300 block of E 
Fifth St for a report of possible threats. 
Officer arrived and found that it was actually 
a male experiencing some mental issues. 

The Salem FD and KLG did respond and 
did transport the male tO the hospital.



Ptl D Beeson 08/24/2018




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185788
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Check Well Being
193 W FOURTH ST


Officers responded to 193 W. 4th St. to 
check the well being of a male subject who 
was allegedly sending private facebook 
messages referencing suicidal thoughts. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
male subject. The Salem Fire Dept. and 
KLG Ambulance were summoned to 
respond. 

The male voluntairly was transported to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center for 
evaluation. Officers cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185787
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
BUTCHER RD CUL DE SAC


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Police responded to the dead enditurn 
around at Butcher Rd. A caller advised a 
vehicle was parked without its lights on. 
When Police arrived a male subject was 
working on the vehicle. The subject advised 
he was having issues with the vehicle and 
was attempting to fix it. Everything 
appeared normal and Police cleared.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185786
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST/ HIGHLAND AVE 


Complainant: LaROSA, PTL S 0 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811


Officer conducted a traffic stop on a White 
Dodge Caravan after a license check 
showed the owner had a suspended 
license. Contact was made with the 
owner/operator, who was also operating his 
vehicle as a Taxi without a valid City 
License. 

The driver , Charles Corbett , was Cited for 
DUS ( License Forfeiture) and Operating A 
Vehicle Without a Taxi License. He was 
given a mandatory court date of 8/30/18 at 
8:30am. The vehicle was towed from the 
scene by Davidson's Towing.



Cited:
Charles A. Corbett
DOB: 1949
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.
Salem, OH 44460




Ptl. LaRosa 907-059




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185785
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Power Equipment
283 ROSE AVE 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
Rose Ave for a loud noise complaint. 

Upon arrival, the complainant did advise 
officers that a neighbor was working with 
power tools in the middle of the night. 
Officers did speak with the suspect, 
identified him and did advise him of the 
complaint. Officers cleared without further 
incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185783
Date: Friday, August 24,2018
Traffic Offense
100 BLOCK OF VINE


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


Officer on patrol observed a bicycle 
violation in the 100 block of Vine Ave. and 
contacted the cyclist. Officer found the 
subject had no wants or warrants and 
warning him for the violation. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 9081047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185782
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Traffic Offense
1000 BLOCK OF CLEVELAND


Complainant: DeROSE, PTL  231 S 
BROADWAY AVE 


This officer did stop and talk to a male 
riding a bicycle with no lights in the 1000 
block of Cleveland. This officer did explain 
to the male that vehicles have been getting 
broken into around the area. After talking 
with the male further, this officer did not find 
any suspicious activity and cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185781
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Traffic Offense
W PERSHING ST / S ELLSWORTH Ave. B


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


Officers initiated a traffic stop at the 
intersection of N. Ellsworth Ave. and E. 
Pershing St. and issued the female operator 
a warning for the offense.




Ptl. M. King



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185780
Date: Thursday, August 23, 2018
Traffic Offense
SUGARTREE 600 BLOCK
PARKING LOT


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


Officers initiated a traffic stop in the 600 
block of E. Second St. The driver of the 
vehicle gave verbal consent for officers to 
search his vehicle. No contraband was 
located and the driver was given a verbal 
warning for a traffic offense. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185779
Date: Thursday, AUGUST 23.2018
Traffic Offense 
W PERSHING ST / SHARP AVE 


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


Officer conducted a traffic stop on a Red 
Chevy Impala for a lane and equipment 
violation. Contact was made with the driver 
, while speaking with him I was able to 
smell and odor of marijuana coming from 
inside the vehicle. 

A search of the vehicle turned up small 
amounts of marijuana shake. The driver 
was given a verbal warning for his traffic 
violations and released from the scene.




Ptl. LaRosa 907-059



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185778
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D 


Complainant: SMITH, SGT B


While on patrol in Waterworth Memorial 
Park officer observed an occupied vehicle 
near the duck pond after the park closing 
time of 10:OOpm. Contact was made with 
the subjects and both were identified and 
advised of the park hours. 

Officer conducted a consent search of the 
vehicle and found no signs of contraband. 
Officers cleared.



Sgt. 8. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185777
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Suspicious Activity


Officer responded to the 1100 blk of E. 
State St, for a report of suspicious activity. 
Complainant advised an unknown older 
vehicle was sitting in front a residence in 
the area for an extended amount of time. 
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  #: 20185776
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: JESUS DAVIS


This officer was dispatched to the 2800 
block of E State Street for a report of a 
suspicious vehicle. 

Upon arrival, this officer did talk to the 
complainant who advised me that a vehicle 
had been driving down each row of a 
parking lot filming parked cars, This officer 
did gather as much information as possible, 
searched for the vehicle and cleared 
without further incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185774
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Traffic Offense
JENNINGS AVE / W SECOND ST


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


Officers initiated a traffic stop in the 200 
block of W. Second St. K9 Simon was 
depolyed and gave a positive indication to 
the odor of narcotics. The vehicle was 
searched however there was no contraband 
found. 

The driver of the vehicle was issued a 
written warning for traffic and equipment 
violations.



Ptl. M. King



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185773
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Suspicious Person
616 E STATE ST B


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


Officers on patrol observed a subject in the 
rear of a business in the 600 block of E 
State St. that was acting suspicious. 
Officers contacted the subject and found no 
criminal activity occurring. Officers cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185771
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Assist Perry Police
410 BENTON RD


Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Benton Rd to assist Perry Township PD. 
Officer assisted with several arrested 
subjects and then cleared shortly 
afterwards.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185770
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Traffic Offense
1264 SOUTHEAST BLVD A


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


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for 
several violations on SE Blvd. in the 1200 
block. During the stop K9 Simon was 
deployed and indicated to the presence of 
narcotic odor. The driver was issued a 
written warning for the traffic violations. 
Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185769
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Open Burning 
1220 FRANKLIN ST 1


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


While on patrol in the 1200 block of Franklin 
Ave. officers observed smoke coming from 
behind a residence. 

Upon investigating the source, officers 
found a resident starting a small cooking 
fire. The resident did have some trash near 
the area of the fire and they were advised to 
make sure they do not burn the trash. 
Officer cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185768
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Traffic Offense
1270 SOUTHEAST BLVD 


Complainant: LaROSA, PTL S 0 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 (330) 
337-7811


Officer assisted OSP on a traffic stop at the 
above location. K9 Argo was requested and 
indicated to the presence of a narcotic odor. 
A search of the vehicle turned up small 
amounts of marijuana shake. Officer stood 
by while OSP finished with their 
investigation.



Ptl. LaRosa 907-059



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185767
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Traffic Offense
292 W STATE ST B


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 200 block of W. 
State St. A search of the vehicle recovered 
no contraband and the driver was given a 
warning for the violation.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185766
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
205 S HOWARD AVE


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


While on patrol in the 200 blk of S. Howard, 
officer observed a male subject with a 
known active warrant out of this county. 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:
Anthony C. Smith
DOB-1997
205 S. Howard
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge - Warrant- Possession of Drugs




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185765
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Assist Perry Police
W STATE ST 

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


Salem PD Officers assisted Perry Twp. PD 
and OSP Post 15 with a crash on US 62 
and the SR 45 bypass. Officers cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185764
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Assault
275 PENN AVE


A male juvenile responded to the Police 
Dept. reference an assault. The subject 
advised him and another male juvenile had 
got into a physical altercation After 
speaking to the juvenile, the parents for 
each party involved were contacted. 


The incident was documented and will be 
referred to the Juvenile Officer.




Ptl Osberg #915/070



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Friday, August 24, 2018
07:14 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185744
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Criminal Mischief
493 S UNION AVE


Complainant: STEPHANIE CORAK


Officers responded to the 400 block of S. 
Union Ave. for a report of criminal mischeif. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that their car was egged some time 
during the night hours. They stated that no 
damage was done to the vehicle. Officer 
photgraphed the areas hit by the eggs and 
cleared the scene.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185745
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Check Well Being 
506 CONTINENTAL DR 15


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Continental Dr to check on the welfare of a 
city resident. Due to the circumstances the 
person in question was eventually 
transported to the ER by ambulance for 
evaluation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185746
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Criminal Mischief
106 BENTON RD


Complainant: KRISTEN MCMILLEN


Officer responded to the 100 block of 
Benton Rd. fir a report of criminal mischief. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated that their garage door had 
obscenities written on it. The complainant 
stated that they just wanted a report on file 
at this time. Officers photographed the the 
garage door and cleared the scene.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185747
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Criminal Trespassing 
206 VINE AVE SALEM 


Officer checked on a criminal trespasser at 
the rear of 206 Vine. The male was in a 
dumpster at the alley going thru items. 
Officer spoke with the man who had a push 
cart with some items in it along with two 
dogs on leashes.

He was advised of the complaint and that 
he had to leave the property. 




Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185748
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Recovered Property
231 S BROADWAY


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 


Complainant on station to turn in a city taxi 
license. The license was turned over to 
Salem Zoning.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185749
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Fraud
231 S BROADWAYAVE B


Complainant: ROBERT GEBLER, 
EASTLAKE RD LISBON, OH 44432


Officers spoke to a complainant on station 
regarding a possible scam. He stated he 
needed a report made so he could file it 
with the local business loss prevention 
team. The complainant stated that he 
purchased a gift card and when he arrived 
home and checked the balance nothing was 
on the card. The complainant was able to 
show officers proof of purchase.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185750
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Theft
218 FAIR AVE


Complainant: ELEANOR CLINGERMAN


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
Fair Ave for a reported theft. 

On arrival officer spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone had taken her gas can off her 
front porch without her knowledge or 
permission. The complainant also had 
questions concerning a family member 
coming the the residence uninvited. 

Officers advised the complainant of the 
options for dealing with both of the issues. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185751
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM



Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a reported dispute. On 
arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. 

It was determined to be a verbal dispute 
between tenants. Officers advised both 
persons to stay away from each other to 
avoid further problems. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185752
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Check Well Being
2875 E STATE ST A


Officer on patrol conducted a well being 
check in the 2800 block of E State St. The 
subject was located and found to be okay. 
The subject was advised his employer was 
inquiring about him and officer cleared 
without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185753
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Theft
1200 BUCKEYE AVE A


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


Complainant reported that some items were 
taken on or about Monday, August 20, 2018 
from Buckeye School.


Matter under investigation. 




Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185754
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Speak To Officer
231 S BROADWAY AVE B


Complainant: MEGAN SPROWL, CHRIS 
AVE APT WASHINGTONVILLE, OH 44490


Complainant on station to speak with a 
officers about a situation concerning 
custody and property. Officers advised the 
complainant on both matters then cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185756
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Accident Private Property
2345 E STATE ST
GETGOGAS



Unit 1 2015 Fleetwood RV
driver: Ernest Paul Lasky


fixed object struck: south end sign "U" post 
protecting gas pumps on west side of store.

photos taken of vehicle and signpost.

NO cite or injuries.



Driver advised he was facing south and 
pulling out from filling up and he turned the 
wheel too quickly. The rear end of the RV 
swung around and struck the signpost. This 
caused damage to the rear end of the RV 
and the sign and post.




Ptl. Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185755
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E PERSHING ST / S UNION A


Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only 


Unit #2 had stopped in the southbound lane 
of S. Union Ave at the E. Pershing St. stop 
sign and attempted to travel eastbound. 
Unit #1 was stopped in the westbound lane 
of E. Pershing St. at the S. Union Ave. stop 
sign. Unit #1 failed to yield to unit #2 which 
was already in the intersection.


Unit #1 Driver: BETTY MILHOAN ,Salem, 
Oh


Unit #2 Driver: KRISTINA LENYK , 
Canfield,Oh



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185757
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Speak To Officer
231 S BROADWAY AVE B


Complainant: ASHLEY MCVAY


Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about being harnessed at work. 
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  #: 20185758
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Criminal Trespassing
204 VINE AVE


Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave. for a reported trespasser. Officers 
checked the area and were unable to locate 
the subject. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185760
Date: Thursday,  August 23,2018
Criminal Mischief
492 WASHINGTON AVE SALEM


Complainant: ERIN GALEOTI


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of criminal 
mischief. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised an 
unknown person "egged' her vehicle. The 
complainant stated the incident occurred 
prior to this date 0600hrs.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185761
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Suspicious Person
BUTCHER RD CUL DE SAC SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to a suspicious person 
call at the culdisack at Butcher Rd. Upon 
arrival a female was parked illegally and 
had a lawn chair in the middle of the cul de 
sac. Officers spoke with her and advised 
her to move her car and or to a better 
location to enjoy the outdoors.




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185762
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST 


Complainant: BRADLEY 


Officers responded to Smith Oil for a drive-
off. The subject pumped $41.02 worth of 
gasoline and drove off the premises without 
rendering payment.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185743
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Missing Person (Adult)
447 CONTINENTAL DR 39 


Complainant: ANDREW SWETYE


Officers responded to 447 Continental Dr. 
Apt.#39 to speak with a male subject in 
reference to his girlfriend who is possibly 
missing. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised his 
girlfriend, whom does not reside with him 
but does stay with him often is missing. He 
advised he went to bed at approx. 9:OOpm 
(8/22/18) and that when he woke up he 
could not find his girlfriend anywhere. He 
advised her car was still in the parking lot 
and her purse and keys were still in the 
house. He provided a clothing & physical 
description of his girlfriend. He did advise 
she does suffer from some medical issues. 

Officers cleared the residence and 
attempted contact with the female at her 
residence in the 1300 block of S. Lincoln 
Ave. and had negative contact. Officer also 
checked with the Salem Regional Medical 
Center and found she was not there as well. 

Officer had dispatch send an administrative 
LEADS/BOLO message out to check the 
well being of the female if seen.




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185742
Date: Thursday, August 23,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
S BROADWAY AVE / E STATE


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460


Officers initiated a traffic stop on S 
Broadway Ave near E State St with a white 
vehicle for several traffic violations.


One passenger advised he was getting sick 
from a staff infection and the FD was called 
to the scene. The passenger signed a 
refusal for treatment. A rear passenger was 
identified and found to have an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. 

K9 Argo was called to the scene and 
indicated to the presence of narcotic odor 
on the vehicle.


Several drug paraphernalia items were 
located inside the vehicle and another 
female subject was taken into custody.

Columbiana County SO transported the 
female with a warrant to Columbiana 
County Jail. The other female subject was 
transported to Salem Police Department to 
be processed and booked. She was then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail. 

The driver was issued a citation for too 
many passengers inside the vehicle. 
Another passenger was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for marijuana 
paraphernalia.



Arrested: Kimberly Edie; DOB: 1992; 
Address: 674 E 6th St, Salem, Ohio 44460; 
Charge: Warrant FTA - Poss o
Drugs and Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia ORC 2925.14 (C)(1)


Arrested: Taylor West; DOB: 1997; Address: 
335 W Salem St, Apt 303, Columbiana, 
Ohio 44408; Charge:
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia ORC 
2925.14 (C)(1)


Cited: Cody Phillips; DOB: 1991; Address: 
30322 Howard St, Hanoverton, Ohio 44423; 
Charge: Obstructing view
and control of driver ORC 4511.70


Cited: Wesley Clark; DOB: 1990; Address: 
24 S Middle St, Columbiana, Ohio 44408; 
Charge: Possession of
Marijuana Paraphernalia city ordinance 
513.121





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185741
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Intoxicated Driver
N LINCOLN AVE / E ELEVENTH ST 


Officers responded to the N Lincoln Ave for 
a E Eleventh St for an intoxicated driver. 
Officers initiated a traffic stop with the 
vehicle and made contact with the driver. 
The driver stated she was not impaired and 
was on her way home from work. 

Officers did administer field sobriety and 
she did not appear to be impaired. The 
driver was given a verbal warning for her 
marked lanes violation.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185739 
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
386 S MADISON AVE 


Complainant: MARLENE DESELLEM


Police responded to the 300 block of S. 
Madison Ave reference a parking complaint. 
The complainant advised she let a female 
stay at her residence for one evening while 
in town. When the complainant returned 
home the vehicle was in her drive again but 
the subject was unable to be found. 

The complainant stated that the vehicle had 
been at the residence for a few hours now 
and was unable to contact the subject. The 
complainant was given her options on the 
vehicle and to contact the Police if she had 
further issues.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185738
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Suspicious Person
1208 CLEVELAND ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the 1200 blk of 
Cleveland for a suspicious person report. 
Complainant advised there were two 
subjects sitting in the parking lot across 
from his house for an extended period of 
time. Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
two subjects who advised they just stopped 
to talk on the way to Circle K.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185737
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Loud Music From MV
2875 E STATE ST A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to Walmart for a 
complaint of loud music coming from a 
motor vehicle. Upon arrival, officer made 
contact with several subjects listening to 
music in the parking lot. Officer advised the 
subjects to turn the music down and to 
leave the area, in which they did.




Ptl. D. Young





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185735
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
186 S HOWARD AVE SALEM


Officers responded to the 100 block of S. 
Howard Ave for a complaint of a dispute. 
Both parties were contacted and separated. 
Both sides advised that the dispute was 
verbal and that nothing physical had taken 
place. One female subject advised that she 
would be staying with a friend as soon as 
she finished gathering her property from the 
residence. All parties were given disorderly 
conduct warnings. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185734
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Intoxicated Driver
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E WlLSON STREET


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


Police responded to the S. Ellsworth area 
for a possible intoxicated driver. Police 
searched the entire length of the 
jurisdiction. Police were unable to locate the 
suspected vehicle involved.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185733
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Assault
186 S HOWARD AVE


Officers responded to the 100 block of S 
Howard Ave for a report of an assault. 

Upon arrival, this officer did speak with the 
complainant who advised that her hair had 
been pulled from her head after attempting 
to go inside her temporary residence. 
Officers did explain to both parties the 
residency laws and did document the 
incident by taking photographs. 

While gathering additional information, 
officers were informed that neither parties 
would be pressing charges. Officers did 
stay on scene while one party gathered her 
items and cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185731
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Person To Be Removed
186 S HOWARD AVE A


Complainant: TERESA CASSINGER


Officers responded to the 100 blk of S. 
Howard for a one to be removed report. 
Complainant advised she wanted her 
roommate to leave and not return. Both the 
complainant and roommate advised the 
roommate has lived there for several 
months. 

Both parties were explained the eviction 
process.





Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185730
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Dispute (NO ThreatsMolence)
1240 E THIRD ST


Complainant: EDWARD WILLIAMS


Officers responded to the 1200 blk of E. 3rd 
for a dispute. Complainant, who works for a 
rep0 company, advised the owner of the 
vehicle he was attempting to repo was 
becoming irrate and getting aggresive. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by until the rep0 
was complete.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185729
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Skaters / Bicycles In Roadway 
622 WOODLAND AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Offtcers responded to the 600 block of 
Woodland Ave. for a complaint of children 
riding their bicycles in the roadway and 
disrupting oncoming traffic. Officers located 
the house where the children resided and 
informed their mother of the matter. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185728
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
426 OHIO AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Officers responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave. for a dispute that was in progress. 
Upon arrival officers spoke to both parties 
involved who advised that the dispute was 
verbal only and that no violence had 
occurred. Officers advised the male subject 
who did not reside at the residence that he 
should probably leave until tempers cooled 
down and he agreed to do so. Officers 
cleared without further incident.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185726
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Road Rage
231 S BROADWAY AVE B


Both parties on station in reference to a 
road rage incident that occurred on SR344 
out side the city limits. They were referred 
to the proper agency.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185725 
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST C


Unit 1 2017 Buick Encore
driver: Judy Ebersbach



Unit 2 2008 Ford Escape
driver: Charles Ward
insured:  (verbally advised / no card shown)



Officer was dispatched to a minor private 
property crash at Giant Eagle in the 
pharmacy drive thru lane. One driver felt 
that the other driver may leave the scene if 
he left the driver thru. 

Upon officer's arrival I spoke with the driver 
of unit 1. She advised she obtained the 
name and phone number for the driver of 
unit 2, then he left. He returned as I was 
gathering his name off of her note pad. 
Driver of unit 2 exited his suv and stated to 
us that it was rude to call the police. 

I observed minor scratches to the rear 
bumper of unit 1 consistent with being hit by 
unit 2's front bumper. I did not see any 
visual damage to unit 2's front bumper or 
license plate area. Unit 2 did have a chrome 
barbed wire frame around his front license 
plate. 

Driver of unit 2 was not happy that the 
police were called as he thought driver of 
unit 1 was trying to get him for 'leaving the 
scene'. Driver of unit 2 also stated that 
driver of unit 1 threw her glasses on his 
hood when they talked the first time and it 
left a scratch. 

I did observe a small scratch on the hood 
but was unable to determine if it was fresh 
or not, a photo was taken. 

I advised both parties to contact their 
insurance companies and or deal with the 
matter accordingly. No cite was issued to 
either driver. (4) photos taken, (2) of each 
vehicle.



Ptl. Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185724
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Runaway / Missing
1200 BUCKEYE AVE A
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)


Complainant: SUE BADDELEY


Officers were responding to the 1200 block 
of Buckeye Ave. for a complaint of a child 
who never got off the school bus at her day 
care center. While en route to take the 
report the complainant called back into the 
station to advise that the child was located 
and was still on the bus. The bus driver told 
her they would be dropping her off shortly.

Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Thursday, August 23, 2018
09:41 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185705
Date: Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
S BROADWAY 500 BLOCK



Officers responded to the 500 block of S. 
Broadway for a suspicious vehicle. Officers 
located the vehicle and spoke to the driver. 
The driver stated that they had gotten off 
work late and felt that they were to tired to 
drive so they pulled over before continuing 
on.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185706
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: DONNA


Officers responded to the 900 block of E. 
State St. for a theft report. Officers spoke to 
the complainant who stated that the subject 
had already left the area prior to officers 
arrival, and that she needed a report on file. 
Officers obtained the information provided 
by the complainant and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185709
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
542 E SCHOOL ST


Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
School St. for a parking complainant. 
Officers located the vehicle in question as 
well as the owner who stated that he would 
move his vehicle.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185710
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Check Well Being
226 VINE AVE 7


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a well being check. 
Dispatch had received numerous calls from 
a female at the residence. 

Upon arrival, the female appeared to be fine 
and was explained to only contact the 
Police if something is needed or there is an 
emergency.



Sgt. K. Toy S51089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185711
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Public Assist
871 GRANITE AVE SALEM


Complainant: VERNON METZ


Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Granite Ave. for a public assist. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who asked if 
officers could take his old medication and 
dispose of it. Due to medical conditions he 
was unable to make it to the PD. 

Officers disposed of the old medication in 
the disposal bin at the Police Department.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185712
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Check Well Being
500 E FOURTH ST 403 


(8/22/2018 11:38:21 By: 129 RONALD 
GLOVER
(8/22/2018 11:45:43 By: 129 REQUESTING 
FR AND AMBULANCE
(8/22/2018 11:46:22 By: 129 FR ADVISED
(8/22/2018 11:46:58 By: 129 EMT 
AMBULANCE ADVISED
(8/22/2018 11:49:00 By: 129 FR ON 
SCENE
(8/22/2018 12:07:28 By: 1 29 CALLER ID  - 
NURSE AT ALLIANCE HOSPITAL



Officer checked the well being of a resident. 
He advised he wasn't feeling well and a bit 
dizzy. Officer called for Salem FD first 
responders and ambulance to further assist 
the man. 




Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185715
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Accident Private Property
1994 N ELLSWORTH AVE 
SHEAR BEAUTY SALON


Unit #1 Owner/Operator Owner: ELMER 
DAY 


Unit #2 Parked Owner: MELISSA LONG 



Two Vehicle Accident - Private Property 
Accident No OH-1


Unit # 1 was backing southbound in the lot 
and struck the rear of unit #2 which was 
parked facing northbound.

Minor damage observed to the left front of 
unit #I and minor damage to the right rear of 
unit #2.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185716
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Fight
275 ELM AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Dispatch was advised of a large fight inside 
the building with unknown weapons 
involved. Officers responded and the 
parties were all separated at that time. 


Officers spoke with various subjects 
involved who advised that the other parties 
had been harassing and or using illegal 
substances for the last several months. Five 
(5) subjects were talked with and released 
at scene without criminal charges at time of 
report. 

Parties were advised to keep away from 
each other and contact this dept if needed. 




Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185717
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Accident Private Property 
Giant Eagle

Unit #1  Driver: Owner: PHYLLIS FITZ 

Unit #2  Driver: Owner: RICHARD PAXSON 


Officers responded to the 2400 block of E. 
State St. for a private property crash. 
Officers spoke to the driver of Unit #1 he 
stated he was traveling west bound in the 
parking lot when he made the turn south 
towards the exit and struck Unit #2 who was 
traveling south bound into the exit from the 
parking lot. Both Vehicles suffered minor 
damage.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185719
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
680 E EUCLID ST SALEM



Complainant: BELINDA PALMER


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a parking complaint. 
Complainant advised the vehicle was 
parked in the roadway and had not been 
moved in three weeks. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with an 
acquaintance of the vehicle owner and she 
advised the vehicle will be moved.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185720
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Child Unattended At Home
JENNINGS AVE / PENNSYLVANIA

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer checked on reported unattended 
juveniles near the road at Pennsylvania and 
Jennings. Upon arrival Officer observed 
juveniles on the back porch with 
supervision. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185721
Date: Wednesday, August 22 ,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
418 FRANKLIN AVE



Complainant: SHAWN PLEGGE


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave. to recover possible narcotics. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who 
stated he found the possible narcotics 
outside on the sidewalk in front of his 
house. 

Officers took the possible narcotics and 
properly disposed of them, witnessed by 
Sgt. Toy at the Police Department.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185723
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
MV Lockout
1133 ORCHARD BEND DR SALEM


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a vehicle lockout. 
Upon arrival, a waiver of damage form was 
signed and entry was made without 
incident.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185704
Date: Wednesday, August 22,2018
Child Endangering 
S LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


On 8/22/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 1300 block of S Lincoln Ave in regards 
to two juvenile subjects, one male the other 
female, walking North bound on the 
sidewalk with a dog after curfew. 

Upon arrival officers located the two 
subjects based on the clothing description 
and advised them of the complaint. Both 
subjects were discovered to both be of legal 
age. Both of them were advised that they 
were free to go and then officers cleared.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185701
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Suspicious Object
717 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: BILL MCFARLAND


Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
S. Lundy Avenue for a suspicious object on 
the sidewalk in front of the complainants 
residence. 

Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who advised when he came 
home he observed a box of condoms with a 
note underneath the box. The complainant 
advised he does not know who or why the 
items were placed in front of his residence. 

The items were disposed of and the 
complainant was advised to contact the 
department should the issue continue.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185703
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
E STATE 2900 BLOCK A



Officer was dispatched to the Home Depot 
parking lot on E. State Street for a report of 
a suspicious red sedan that was driving 
around the parking lot several times. Officer 
responded and made contact with the driver 
and passenger of the vehicle in question. 
The driver advised that she has a 
temporary permit and that she was 
practicing driving in the parking lot. The 
passenger was found to have a valid drivers 
license. Both subjects advised they would 
depart the area.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185700
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Ambulance Needed
1892 E STATE ST


Complainant: MCDONALDS, 
RESTARAUNT


Officers, along with the Salem Fire 
Department First Responders and EMT 
Ambulance, were dispatched to the 
McDonalds parking lot in reference to an 
unknown medical situation. Complainant 
advised that the subject was inside the 
restroom, was bleeding, and had cuts all 
over his face. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subject in the parking lot, who was putting 
gasoline into the gas tank of his friends 
vehicle. The subject advised that he was 
okay and did not need medical attention. 

Officers did find a little bit of blood in the 
restroom, but observed no visible injuries 
on the subject. K9 Argo was deployed for a 
cursory sniff of the vehicle the subject was 
putting gasoline into. K9 Argo alerted to the 
presence of a narcotic odor and officers 
observed a hypodermic needle, loaded with 
an unknown liquid, sitting in plain view on 
the dash board. The vehicle was 
subsequently searched and officers located 
various baggies with an unknown residue 
inside. 

The subject denied having any involvement 
with the contraband recovered, despite the 
fact that he possessed the keys to the 
vehicle and was observed putting gasoline 
into it. The owner of the vehicle was not 
around. 

The contraband was seized and will be sent 
to BCI for testing and possible charges. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185698
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Check Well Being 
996 FRANKLIN AVE 


Complainant: VICTORIA STEWART


Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of 
Franklin Avenue to check the well being of 
a male subject. The complainant advised 
that her son had left to go to the store a 
long time ago and did not return. 

Officer had previously observed her son in 
the east end of the city and located him 
again going back towards his residence.


Contact was made with the male subject 
who advised he was fine and needed some 
assistance getting back home.


Officer followed the subject to his residence 
and cleared.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Wednesday, August 22, 2018
07:33 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185683
Date: Monday, August 20, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
775 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: VICKIE JACKSON


Police responded to the 700 block of 
NewGarden Ave. for a domestic in 
progress. Upon arriving officers spoke to 
the complainant, who advised officers that 
she had a verbal dispute with her 18 year 
old daughter who had left prior to officers 
arrival and of a possible location where she 
was going. The complainant advised 
officers that prior to her daughter leaving 
she was upset and breaking things inside 
the residence. 

Officers advised the complainant that there 
are not any criminal charges at this time 
and to call if her daughter returns home.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185676
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Theft
690 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: ROBERT WRIGHT


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a theft. The complainant advised 
that he is in the process of moving. He 
stated when he was packing his firearms, 
he discovered that one was missing. The 
complainant was not sure who may have 
taken the firearm nor when it occurred. He 
provided all the pertinent information and 
the firearm was entered into LEADS as 
lost/stolen.




Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185682
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Audible Alarm
544 E PERSHING ST A
RESTAURANT


Complainant: SOS SECURITY, SYSTEMS 


Police responded to Boneshakers for an 
audible alarm. The exterior of the building 
was secure. A key holder advised they 
weren't responding to the location. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185681
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Harassment
2401 E STATE ST F 


On 8/20/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 2400 block of E State Street in regards 
to unwanted male subject at a business 
who was harassing staff members there. 
While en route dispatch advised that the 
male subject in question was given a 
warning by staff not to return to the store 
prior to this incident and that the subject 
himself was on a bicycle.


Upon officers arrival they were met with 
store staff members who stated that the 
male subject in question made threatening 
remarks to one of the staff members and 
also has stolen items, harassed female 
employees, and loiters around the store. 
When staff members were asked if the 
police had ever spoken to the male subject 
about not returning to the store they 
advised the police had not, but should he 
return again that they would like police to 
respond and advise him.


Officers then searched the area for the 
male subject with negative results. Officers 
then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185680
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
589 WOODLAND AVE 


On 8/20/2018 officer went to the 500 block 
of Woodland Ave in regards to an unruly 
juvenile. Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
parents and the juvenile herself in regards 
to what was taking place. After further 
investigation it was determined that nothing 
criminal had taken place. The juvenile 
involved then apologized to officers and her 
parents for her behavior. Officers then 
cleared without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185679
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
COURT DR 1
PARK PLAYGROUND


Officers were dispatched to the parking lot 
near the tennis courts in Centennial Park for 
a report of subjects continually honking a 
horn disturbing a tennis match going on. 
Officers responded and made contact with 
the driver of the vehicle who advised that 
his friend was honking the horn even after 
he told him to stop. 

Officer spoke with the subjects who honked 
the horn and told him to cease his actions. 
Both subjects were juveniles and both were 
advised that any further complaints with 
them will result in being banned from the 
park. The driver of the vehicle was  told to 
remove the vehicle from the park and he did 
so.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185678
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Reckless Operator
N. Ellsworth / Salem City Limits


Complainant: SLIDER, SGT B


Officer responded and checked the length 
of N Ellsworth Ave to the Salem City Limits 
for a reported reckless vehicle that was last 
southbound on SR45 in Mahoning County. 
Officer sat stationary at the City Limits and 
monitored traffic. The vehicle in question 
was not observed. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185677
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Animal Complaint
2487 E STATE ST B
PARKING LOT


Officer responded to a business parking lot 
in the 2400 block of E State St for a report 
of a dog left in a vehicle with all of the 
windows closed. Officer checked the entire 
lot but the vehicle had already left the area. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185676
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Theft
690 JENNINGS AVE SALEM


Complainant: ROBERT WRIGHT


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a theft. The complainant advised 
that he is in the process of moving. He 
stated when he was packing his firearms, 
he discovered that one was missing. The 
complainant was not sure who may have 
taken the firearm nor when it occurred. He 
provided all the pertinent information and 
the firearm was entered into LEADS as 
lost/stolen.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185675
Date: Monday, August 20.2018
Child Custody Dispute
976 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER PHILIPS,  
BURKEY RD YOUNGSTOWN, OH 44515 


Complainant on station in reference to a 
child custody dispute. Complainant advised 
that his 16 year old daughter has been 
staying with her mother off and on 
throughout the summer. Complainant 
produced paperwork from 2012 that 
establishes him as the sole custodial 
parent. Officers made contact with the 
juvenile and her mother in the 900 block of 
W Pershing St about the issue. 

The juvenile's mother also produced 
paperwork from 2016 about custody of the 
child. 

The prosecutor on call was contacted about 
the issue and he advised that since the 
child was not in any danger, she should not 
be removed from the home to go back with 
the complainant. He advised that the 
complainant needed to get together with his 
attorney to sort the issue out. Officer 
advised all parties of the information from 
the prosecutor and cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185695
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Recovered Property
968 E STATE ST


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL


Officer was flagged down in reference to 
recovered property at the above location. 
Multiple vehicle registrations and paperwork 
were recovered in the parking lot and taken 
inside the business. Officer obtained the 
paperwork and it was placed into the city's 
lost and found.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185692
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Accidental Damage
N HOWARD AVE / W SECOND ST


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


Officer was on routine patrol in car #6 and 
observed the stop sign on the southwest 
corner of 2nd St and N. Howard to have 
been either struck by an unknown vehicle or 
pushed over making it lean towards the 
ground. 

The sign was still visible and readable for 
traffic to stop. Officer had dispatch leave a 
note for the sign crew to repair on 
Wednesday, 08-22-18.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185690
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
1200 E SIXTH ST A 


Complainant: MILLER, PTL


Report of possible criminal damage at the 
above address. Upon arrival, school 
administration advised that sometime over 
the weekend two subjects had climbed on 
top of the school roof and caused damage 
to the building in the process. Damage was 
observed to pipes hooked to the school 
freezer.





PTL MILLER 067




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185689
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Theft
1200 E SIXTH ST A


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


Report of theft at the above location. Upon 
arrival, a student and her parent advised 
that some time over 4th of July weekend 
someone had stolen her Chrome Book for 
school. The parent advised that the car was 
unlocked and that was the only thing taken. 
Report number was given to the parent and 
the school.




PTL MILLER 067




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185688
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
609 S UNION AVE


Complainant: JACOB LITTLE


Officer responded to the area of Centennial 
Park for a report of criminal damage that 
occurred to a vehicle the previous evening 
in the 600 block of S Union. The 
complainant advised of scratches to his 
vehicle. The damage was documented.



Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185687
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Recovered Bicycle
941 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: ALEX SHEPPARD, East 
pershing St SEBRING, OH 44672


Officer responded to the above location and 
was advised by the complainant that last 
night the bike was across the street and this 
morning it appeared in his yard by the drive.


Officer brought the bicycle to this 
department.


Bicycle: 20" boys BMX type Next Green in 
color




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185686
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
1242 MAPLE ST SALEM


Complainant: ROBERTA QUINN


Officers spoke with a complainant about an 
unknown subject(s) who egged his vehicle 
sometime overnight. 

The complainant asked for an extra watch 
in the neighborhood.




Ptl. M. Wirkner 916/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185685
Date: Tuesday, August 21,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST



Complainant: STEVE CHESTNUT


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a small child walking barefoot on 
the sidewalk. 

Officers observed a child matching the 
description given by the complainant. 

Officers made contact with the childs 
parents and advised that the matter will be 
sent to Children Services for review.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Tuesday, August 21, 2018
09:17 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185666
Date: Monday, August 20, 2018
Recovered Property
462 E PERSHING ST 


The complainant responded to this 
department to turn in a baggy of pills he 
located. He stated that the pills were 
located in a drain pipe in the alley at the 
rear of the above location. Officer took the 
pills and checked to make sure they were 
not an illegal narcotic. They were found to 
be a baggy of Ibuprofen. They were placed 
into the drug drop box to be destroyed.




Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185667
Date: Monday, August 20, 2018
Recovered Property
400 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN A


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

While on patrol this officer was flagged 
down and advised that there was a found 
Huntington Bank card on the sidewalk in the 
400 block of S. Lincoln Ave. The card was 
retrieved and brought back to this 
department so the owner can be contacted.




Ptl. Miller 067



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185668
Date: Monday, August 20, 2018
Recovered Property


Complainant: FRENCH, PTL


Officer was on routine patrol and was 
stopped by a female subject who advised 
that there appeared to be some insulin test 
strips laying on the ground at the recycling 
center area.

Officer went and found the strips and picked 
them up placing them in the proper bin 
cleaning up the area. Nothing further 
needed. Officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185669
Date: Monday,August 20, 2018
Suspicious Activity
COURT DR 1
PARK PLAYGROUND



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


Officer responded to the above location 
after a male subject operating EAZ2509, 
stopped this officer advising she seen a 
teenage female on a bench by the tennis 
courts and an older male in a pick up truck 
keep going back and forth to his truck and 
to the female. He thought it looked 
suspicious.

Officer checked the area and found no one 
around matching the suspicious activity in 
that area.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185670
Date: Monday, August 20, 2018
Check Well Being
205 S HOWARD AVE



Officer responded to the 200 block of S 
Howard for a request to check the well 
being of a male resident. Officer did check 
on the male in question and found 
everything to be okay. Officer cleared.




Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185672
Report Date: Monday, August 20, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
E STATE ST / S ELLSWORTH


Traffic Crash Report


Unit #1 : R & L Truck (possibly) as reported 
by complainant/witness
Tractor trailer


Other: Utility Pole (southwest corner
Ohio Edison Pole # 992N94
State St (SR14) & Ellsworth Ave.



Unit #1 was making a right hand turn off of 
SR 14 (State St) to head south bound on S. 
Ellsworth. Unit #1 struck the utility pole 
(fixed object) and continued on south bound 
then making a left hand turn onto Pershing 
heading east bound.


Officer(s) checked the area and could not 
locate Unit #1 due to a heavy amount of 
traffic on E. Pershing all the way to 
Southeast Blvd.


Dispatch was to contact Ohio Edison to 
check on the pole.


Complainant/witness advised the pole had 
a chunk taken out of it along with swaying 
really bad.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185673
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
2140 MONROE ST


Complainant: DOROTHY FALOBA, 
EAGLETON RD LISBON, OH 44432


Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration, HLC917l sitting in front of 2100 
Monroe which the complainant had advised 
hadn't moved in weeks.


Officer issued a red warning for City 
ordinance Illegally Parked/Abandoned 
Vehicle Parked on Street/Roadway 303.C9.


Officer left a note on the red tag advising of 
the 48hrs and 10 days.




Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185664
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Assist Perry Police


Complainant: PERRY TWP, PD


Officer responded to assist Perry PD on a 
consent to search of a vehicle. Upon arrival, 
officer stood by with the driver and his 
passenger until the Perry unit was finished.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185663
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Speak To Officer
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
SUPERMARKET 


Complainant: REANNA WARD,  DETROIT, 
MI 


Officer responded to Walmart for a speak to 
officer report. Upon arrival, complainant 
was from out of town and wanted to know 
her options for getting to Washingtonville. 
Officer advised her of her options.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185662
Date: Monday, August 20,2018
Check Well Being
500 E FOURTH ST


Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E Fourth Street for a check well being call. 
Upon arrival, this officer did speak to the 
complainant who advised that her boyfriend 
was talking about inflicting self harm and 
then left her location. 

While gathering additional information from 
the female, dispatch did advise a location 
for the male party. Officers did speak with 
the male half and were advised multiple 
times that he did not state once that he was 
going to harm himself in any way. Upon 
further talking to the male, officers were 
able to determine that he did seem mentally 
stable and cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185661
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2345 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: TWP, BOARDMAN


Officers were dispatched to the 2300 block 
of East State Street for a report of a dispute 
without threats and violence.

Upon arrival, this officer did meet with the 
complainant who did advise her boyfriend 
and herself got into a verbal argument and 
he left the area in his vehicle without her. 
Officers did attempt to get her a ride to her 
intended destination out of the city limits but 
were unsuccessful. Officers did notice 
medical gauze wrapped on her right arm 
and received information that she had a 
deep hole underneath. 

Officers had the Salem FD and KLG 
respond on scene to look at her wound. 
KLG did recommend her to be transported 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center for 
treatment but she signed a refusal for 
medical treatment. 

After talking with the female further, officers 
were able to agree she seemed mentally 
stable and healthy. The female did choose 
to continue walking and officers cleared 
without further incidence.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185659
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018
Drug Paraphernalia
737 SUMMIT ST SALEM


Complainant: KIMBERLY MONROE


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Summit St for a drug paraphernalia 
complaint. 

The complainant advised that she located a 
large amount of drugs and paraphernalia 
inside her son's bedroom. Officers collected 
the items and they were placed into 
evidence. 

DTF was advised of the incident and 
possible charges are pending.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185658
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
400 BLOCK OF W PERSHING STREET


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


Police observed a male subject who had 
multiple warrants. A traffic stop was 
conducted in the 400 block of W. Pershing 
St. The male was taken into custody and 
transported to the Police Dept. 

After the booking process Columbiana Co 
Sheriff transported the male to county.



Arrest: Steven P. McGrew
DOB: 1985
Add 16970 Pine Lake Rd
Beloit OH 44609
Charge: Warrant/Failure To Appear
Drug Paraphernalia
Illegal Manufacture of Drugs
Arraignment



Ptl Osberg #915/070



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185656
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018
Theft
1073 E THIRD ST


Complainant: VIRGINIA BRENDLINGER


Police responded to the 1000 block of E. 
3rd St for a theft report. The complainant 
advised that items were taken out of her 
residence. The complainant was missing 
TVs and an air conditioner. 

Police gathered information of the items.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185655
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1990 SOUTHEAST BLVD 


Complainant: AMY WICKERSHAM


Police responded to the 1900 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a parking complaint. The 
complainant advised they could not see 
past the neighbors vehicle due to it being 
parked in the yard. The owner was advised 
and he stated he would move it.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185654
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Check Well Being
1265 CEDAR RIDGE DR


Officers responded to the 1200 blk of Cedar 
Ridge for a well being check. Complainant 
advised that his ex girlfriend made threats 
to harm herself over the phone. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
female in question who advised she never 
made any threats and was not thinking 
about harming herself.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185653
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Theft
408 WOODLAND AVE


Complainant: ABIGAIL HUMPHREY


Police responded to the 400 block of 
Woodland for a theft report. The 
complainant advised her Debit Card had 
been taken out of her vehicle over night. 
The complainant was able to provide Police 
with information from her bank.


Further investigation pending.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185652
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Recovered Property
418 FRANKLIN ST


Police responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave. A male subject had found 
multiple Debit cards. The items were in the 
alley way behind Franklin Ave.




Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185651
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018
Recovered Property



A male subject responded to the Police 
Dept with found property. A debit card was 
found in the alley way behind Frankiln Ave.



Ptl Osberg #915/070



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185650
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
491 REILLY AVE A 

Complainant: CENTURY ALARMS, 21 ST

Officer responded to Reilly Stadium for an 
alarm drop coming from the press box. 
Upon arrival, officer located an open door. 
Officer checked the press box and found it 
unoccupied. No key holder responded to 
the scene. Officer did secure the door prior 
to leaving.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185649
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
218 E SIXTH ST


Complainant on station to file a criminal 
damage report. 

Complainant advised she received a call 
from her tenant that sometime last night 
someone broke her garage door. 
Complainant did advise entry was not 
gained into the garage.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185648
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
E PERSHING ST / WASHINGTON AVE



Officers initiated a traffic stop on E Pershing 
St near Washington Ave for an equipment 
violation. K9 Simon was deployed and 
indicated to the presence of narcotic odor. 

The vehicle was searched and a large 
amount of drug paraphernalia and narcotics 
were located inside the vehicle. The 
subjects were also searched and more 
narcotics were located. 

One of the passengers was a juvenile and 
children services were contacted due to the 
juvenile's parents being out of state. The 
juvenile was transported to the Salem 
Police Department and released into 
Children Services custody. 

The driver and passenger were taken into 
custody and transported to the Salem 
Police Department to be processed and 
booked. They were then transported to 
Columbiana County Jail. Further charges 
are currently pending.



Arrested: Savannah Fox
DOB: 2000
Address: 630 Walnut St, Leetonia, Ohio 
44431
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
ORC 2925.14 (C1)


Arrested: Joseph Ross
DOB: 1998
Address: 737 Summit St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Possession of Drugs ORC 2925.11 
(A)(C2a)




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185645
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Traffic Offense
450 AETNA ST SALEM


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


Officer attempted to stop a subject, known 
to be suspended and not have a valid 
license in the area of S. Lincoln Ave, and 
Franklin Ave. for the violation. The vehicle 
failed to comply and fled to his residence 
making additional traffic violations. 

The driver was arrested, the vehicle was 
removed by Sinsley's Towing, the driver 
was transported on station and processed. 
The driver after being served his citation 
was transported to the county jail on his 
charges.



Arrested: Christopher D. Zepernick 
D0B:1981 of 450 Aetna St. Salem
Charge: Failure to comply, DUS, Reckless 
operation CCMC date of 8-20-18




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Monday, August 20, 2018
07:52 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185638
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018
Recovered Bicycle
1484 CLEVELAND ST



Officers responded to the 1400 block of 
Cleveland St for a report of a recovered 
bicycle. Officers had the FD respond to the 
scene and the bike was brought to the 
station. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185639
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018
Animal Complaint
1095 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
New garden Ave. for a report of K9s inside 
a vehicle. Officers were able to locate the 
vehicle. While on scene officers spoke to 2 
individuals that knew the vehicle owner and 
stated that they would inform them to come 
and care for their K9s. Officers then cleared 
the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185640
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018
Audible Alarm
616 E STATE ST B


Complainant: SOS SECURITY, ALARM


Officers responded to the 600 block of East 
State St for a reported audible alarm from a 
closed business. On arrival Officers 
checked the exterior of the building finding it 
to be secure. A key holder did also respond 
to the scene and the interior of the building 
was checked. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185641
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
319 E EIGHTH ST



Unit #1 2008 FORD SW BLK, Owner: 
RICHARD DENNISON 


Officers responded top the 300 block of E. 
Eigth St. for a motor vehicle hitlskip 
accident. The complainant was unsure of 
when the damage occured to his vehicle. 
Officers documented the damage done to 
the rear driver side quarter panal and rear 
door. Unit #1 suffered minor damage only.


Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185642
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
324 W FOURTEENTH ST


Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
West 14th St for a report of several 911 
calls from a juvenile. On arrival officers 
made contact at the residence and spoke 
with the juveniles parents who stated that 
they'would take care of the situation. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185644
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Audible Alarm
1840 PEARCE CR 

Complainant: 21ST CENTURY, ALARM 


Officer(s) responded to the 1800 block of 
Pearce Circle for a reported audible alarm 
from a residence. On arrival officers found a 
family member at the residence who had 
set the alarm off by accident. Officers spoke 
with the family member then cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185646
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
950 W STATE ST SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
West State St for a report of a person 
yelling and making threats. On arrival 
officers located a person known to them in 
the parking lot of the business. Officers 
spoke with the female who state that she 
had been having a argument with her 
boyfriend on the phone. Officers advised 
the female of the complaint and advised her 
further to keep her voice down. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185647
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Recovered Property



Officers recovered property during an arrest 
which was returned to the the subjects 
spouse upon request.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185637
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
2339 MERLE RD


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


Officer responded to the 2300 block of 
Merle Rd. for a parking complaint. Upon 
arrival, officer observed a green Chevy 
Cavalier parked in a no parking zone and 
parked with left side to curb. The vehicle 
appeared to have been involved in an 
accident. Officer made contact with the 
vehicle owner's parents who advised they 
would take care of the problem and move 
the vehicle off the roadway. Officer cleared.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185636
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
1358 JEFFERSON AVE


Complainant: SHELBY JEWELL

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Jefferson for a reported theft from a vehicle. 
On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
on Friday night someone unknown to her 
had entered her vehicle and removed 
several items. 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 #: 20185635
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: OSP, LISBON


Officers stood by with a Trooper with the 
Ohio State Highway Patrol at the Salem 
Police Dept. The Trooper brought an OVI 
suspect in to submit to a urine sample. The 
Trooper read the suspect the BMV2255 
form and the suspect did submit to the urine 
sample. Officers cleared without incident.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185634
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
445 PROSPECT ST SALEM
GAS STATION


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


While on patrol in the 400 blk of Prospect, 
officer observed a vehicle parked in the 
parking lot of a closed business.

The vehicle was found to be unoccupied 
and secure.




Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185633
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
KEY- Open / Unsecured MV 
1539 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460

Officer was on routine patrol in the 1500 
block of S Lincoln Ave and noticed a vehicle 
with the doors open. Officer made contact 
with an owner for the vehicle who advised it 
did not appear that anything had been 
taken and may have been accidental. The 
vehicle was secured and officer cleared 
without incident.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185632
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
228 VINE AVE SALEM 


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


While on patrol in the 200 blk of Vine, 
officer observed two subjects in a verbal 
argument. It was found that a resident in the 
area was upset with the other party for 
walking around in his back yard without 
permission and being too loud. The subject 
in question advised that he was never in the 
residents back yard but did admit to being 
loud.

The subject that did not live in the area was 
advised to leave.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185631
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460


Officers was on routine patrol in the 900 
block of E State St and noticed a young 
juvenile in the parking lot past curfew. 
Officer made contact with the juvenile who 
advised he was trying to get groceries for 
his mother. The juvenile was taken back to 
his residence and his mother was advised 
of the curfew laws in Salem.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185630
Date: Sunday, August 19,2018
Traffic Signal Malfunction
FRANKLIN AVE / MAPLE ST 


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 


Officer was on routine patrol in the area of 
Franklin Ave and Maple Ave and noticed a 
traffic signal was not working.

Several flares were placed on the roadway 
and an electrician was called about the 
malfunctioning light. Officers heavily 
patrolled the area to help with traffic control 
until the light could be fixed.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185629
Date: Sundav. August 19.2018
Vehicle BBE / Trespass
1672 E STATE ST 


Complainant: BRENDA MYERS


Officers responded to the 1600 blk of E. 
State St for a vehicle B&E. Complainant 
advised that while in her kitchen she 
noticed her dome light on in her vehicle. 
Complainant also advised she witnessed an 
unknown male jumping over her fence and 
fleeing on foot when she turned on her 
kitchen light. Complainant advised that it did 
not appear that anything was missing from 
the vehicle. Officers did check the area but 
were unable to locate anyone matching the 
description given.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185628
Date: Sunday, August 19.2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
909 MORRIS AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Morris Ave for a verbal dispute. The 
daughter advised she had a verbal 
altercation with her mother about her 
boyfriend. She advised her boyfriend was 
waiting for a ride and was refusing to go 
inside the residence until he left. The 
mother advised that the boyfriend could 
stay on the porch until his ride arrived and 
she wanted her daughter to be inside for 
the evening. The daughter agreed to go 
inside for the evening while her boyfriend 
waited for his ride.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185627
Date: Saturday, August 19.2018
Loud Persons
638 E THIRD ST 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the 600 blk of E. 3rd 
for a loud persons report. Complainant 
advised she could hear yelling coming from 
her neighbors residence. Upon arrival, it 
was found that the neighbor was having a 
bonfire and several juveniles were outside 
playing. Officer did advise the home owner 
to keep the noise level down.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185626
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Skaters / Bicycles In Roadway
1095 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

Complainant: NICOLE KURPLEY


Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
New Garden Ave. for skate boarders who 
were skating in a parking lot. The 
complainant advised that one of the skate 
boarders boards went into the roadway and 
almost got ran over by a vehicle. 

Officers made contact with the male 
subjects they advised they had permission 
to skate on the property.

Officers then made contact with personnel 
inside the church who also advised that 
they had permission. The skate boarders 
were advised to stay clear of the roadway. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185624
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
1008 E SIXTH ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Police responded to the 1000 block of E. 
6th St for loud music. The resident stated 
they were having a childrens birthday party. 
Police requested the music to be turned 
down due to the neighbors complaint.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185623
Date: Saturday, August 18, 2018
Smoke Investigation
110 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: PERRY, PTL 231 S 
BROADWAY SALEM, OH 44460


Officer responded to the 100 blk of W. 
Pershing for a smoke investigation. Upon 
arrival, the resident advised he just trimmed 
his bushes and was disposing of them while 
having a bonfire. FD did arrive on scene 
and advised the resident of what he could 
and could not burn. The resident was given 
a warning for open burning by the FD.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185622
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Missing Person (Adult)
1520 QUAKER LN


Officers responded to the 1500 block of 
Quaker Ln. to take a report on a missing 
adult. The parents of the missing adult 
advised officers that their daughter got on a 
flight traveling across the country and never 
let the parents know that she made it there 
safely. Officers assisted the parents in 
contacting their daughters local police 
department who did a check well being on 
their daughter. It was found that she was at 
her residence and forgot to charge her cell 
phone.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185621 
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
2875 E STATE ST A 


Complainant: GERALD JOY,  
CARROLLTON, OH 44615 


Police responded to Walmart for a juvenile 
complaint. The complainant was concerned 
about two juveniles that were in a running 
vehicle. The older brother was inside of the 
vehicle watching the younger sister. The 
male juvenile was in a cast and did not want 
to go into the store. Police spoke with the 
mother when she returned to the vehicle. 
The juveniles were not in any danger.



Ptl Osberg #915/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185620
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Loud Music From MV
266 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Officer responded to 266 Jennings Ave. for 
a report of loud music coming from a 
vehicle. Upon arrival, contact was made 
with the residence. No music was actively 
being played from the vehicle, however the 
resident did admit to playing the music loud 
prior to officers arrival. He was advised to 
keep the music down in the future. Officer 
cleared



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185619
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
510 WALNUT ST 


Complainant: KING, PTL 


Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Walnut St for a warrant check. Officers 
located the female subject upstairs sleeping 
and she was taken into custody. The female 
subject was transported to Salem Police 
Department to be processed and booked. 
The female was released to Columbiana 
County Deputy.



Arrested: Deanna D. Moschella
DOB: 1979
Address 510 Walnut St, Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge: Warrant - Falsification



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185618
Date: Saturday, AUGUST 18,2018
Assist Perry Police
1133 PROSPECT ST 9B


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to 1133 Prospect St. to 
handle a possible domestic or assault in 
progress call for Perry Twp. Police Dept. as 
they were tied up on another call. Upon 
arrival, there was no active altercation. 
Officer spoke with a female, whom was 
having issues with the 11 year old male 
juvenile she was watching. The female 
advised that the juvenile struck her with a 
pole multiple times and was hitting other 
kids bicycles with the pole. 

The female did not have any visible injury. 
Officers spoke with the juvenile, and his 
mother who arrived home while officers 
were on scene. The juvenile denied hitting 
his babysitter and also denied hitting other 
kids bicycles. He did however reportthe 
babysitter slapped him several times in the 
face. Officers gathered all necessary 
information and passed it onto the Perry 
Twp. Officer upon his arrival to investigate 
further. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185617
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
2511 BENTLEY DR 1


Officers responded to the 2500 block of 
Bentley Dr. for a complaint of a dispute that 
was taking place in the parking lot. Upon 
arrival officers spoke to one side of the 
party involved who advised the other side 
had left upon arrival.

Officers were advised from the party as well 
as witnesses that the dispute was only 
verbal. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185616
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
685 OLIVE ST 


Complainant: CATHRYN DICKSON


Officers responded to the 600 block of Olive 
St. for a complaint of vehicle that had been 
broken into. The complainant advised that 
during the night his vehicle was broken into 
and the car stereo was taken from the 
dashboard. There were also wires that were 
pulled out and were showing underneath 
the steering column. The complainant was 
advised to contact the police department if 
he hears any more disturbances outside of 
his residence.



Ptl. M. King



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Sunday, August 19, 2018
08:41 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185615
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Civil Matter



Complainant: KIMBERLY EDIE


Complainant on station to report that she 
had given two of her cell phones to a friend 
and he doesn't want to return them. Officers 
advised the complainant of the options for 
dealing with the situation.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185614
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Complainant wishing to speak with a officer 
about drug activity both in and out of the 
city. Officers spoke with the complainant 
and the information will be forwarded to the 
DTF. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185613
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Criminal Trespassing
195 HAWLEY AVE



Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Hawley Ave. for a criminal tresspassing 
report. Officers spoke to the subjects at the 
given address and advised them that they 
could not enter the home due to it being 
condemned. They stated that they already 
knew that and that they just met on the 
property outside to have lunch. Officers 
then cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185612
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Speak To Officer
186 S HOWARD AVE


Complainant: TERESA CASSINGER


Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
South Howard for a report of suspicious 
person / activity. On arrival officer spoke 
with the complainant. The complainant 
stated that someone known to her had been 
at her residence acting strangely. The 
complainant stated that the man had left 
prior to officers arriving on scene. Officers 
checked the area and were unable to locate 
the person in question. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185611
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
1050 SOUTH AVE SALEM


Complainant: EDWARD STEFANE


Complainant advised he returned home 
today and found some things at the house 
that did not belong. He also discovered his 
back door pryed open and several items 
from inside were missing. 

Matter under investigation. 



Bana 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185610
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Ambulance Needed
1908 MONROE ST


Complainant: SALEM FIRE, DEPARMENT 


At the request of the FD officers responded 
to the 1900 block of Monroe to assist with a 
patient. On arrival officers stood by until the 
person in question was transported to the 
ER by ambulance. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185609
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Lost Property
565 CEDAR ST


Complainant: KAYLA DEAN


Sometime overnight, unknown persods did 
enter the complainant's property and enter 
her vehicle that was in the driveway. A 
wallet was stolen along with it's contents. 

Items in wallet: Ohio driver license, a few 
credit cards, insurance cards. 

Calls had been already made to the credit 
card companies. 




Ptl.Banar




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185608
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Theft
622 WOODLAND AVE


Officer(s) responded to the 600 block of 
Woodland for a reported theft. On route 
dispatch advised that the victim and 
neighbors had located the person in 
question and had them detained in the 
area. 

On arrival officers spoke with the person 
involved. It was determined that two adult 
males had taken two separate bicycles from 
the front yard / porch area of a residence 
without the owners knowledge or 
permission. A neighbor had then chased the 
two on his bike and forced them to return 
the bikes. One of the two had reportedly 
gotten into a physical altercation with the 
neighbor who had pursued them. 

Officers placed Tyler Morrison and Mason 
Taylor in custody for theft. Due to the 
circumstance Morrison was transported 
directly to the county jail. Taylor was 
transported to the station were he was 
processed and then taken to the county jail. 
Officers cleared.



Arrested: Tyler L Morrison / D.O.B. 1998
Charge / Theft


Arrested: Mason A Taylor / D.O.B. 2000
Charge / Theft




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185607
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Speak To Officer
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST


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


While on routine patrol officers were flagged 
down by the complainant. The complainant 
stated that she was not given the items that 
she paid for at a local store in the 200 block 
of E. Second St. Officers spoke to the store 
staff members and it was determined that it 
was a misunderstanding and that the 
complainant would be allowed back in to 
exchange her items.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185606
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
800 BLOCK OF PAINTER RD 

Complainant: SALEM CITY, SERVICE


Officer was dispatched to check on a tree 
that had fallen on Painter Hill at the city 
limits. Upon arrival the location was found 
and it was determined to be just inside 
Perry Twp limits. Dispatch called their dept 
and they responded and took over the 
scene along with some volunteers from 
their FD. Reporting officer cleared. 



Banar901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185604
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
754 E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: JAMES HOUSHOUR


Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
East 3rd St for a report of criminal damage. 
On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
he had witnessed a person taking the roses 
of the neighbors rose bush . 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 #: 20185603
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers responded to the 900 block of E. 
State St. for a theft report. Officers were 
advised that the subject had already left the 
area prior to officers arrival. Officers 
gathered information about the 
merchandise stolen and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185602
Date: Saturday, August 18,2018
Theft
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: ASHLEY WOOD


This officer was dispatched to the 700 block 
of Southeast Blvd. for a theft report. While 
talking to the complainant, this officer was 
informed that someone did take her 
temporary license plate tag off her vehicle. 
This officer gathered information & cleared 
without further incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185600
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Speak To Officer
300 BLOCK OF PROSPECT


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


While on patrol, this officer was flagged 
down by a male in the 300 block of 
Newgarden Ave. The male was identified as 
a juvenile and was out past curfew trying to 
make his way home after leaving the Fun 
Factory. The juvenile advised his ride home 
from the Fun Factory never showed up. The 
juvenile was transported to the Salem 
Police Dept. where a family member was 
contacted to respond and pick him up. The 
juvenile was advised of the curfew laws. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl. DeRose




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185599
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Suspicious Person
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST


Complainant: KING, PTL


Officers stopped a male in the area of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. and E. Pershing St. The 
male had been noticed by officers chasing a 
car shirtless in the middle of the street. 
Officers stopped the male who advised that 
he was trying to get a ride from the person 
driving the car. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185598
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
861 NEWGARDEN AVE 1/2 


Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Newgarden Ave to take a report of a 
burglary. 

Upon arrival, officers did meet with the 
victim, took pictures of damage to the 
house and did take note of stolen items. 
Officers gathered information and cleared 
without further incident. 

This case will be turned over to the 
Detective division.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185597
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Intoxicated Person
178 N. ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: KING, PTL 


Officers stopped a man walking down the 
side walk in the 100 block of N. Ellsworth 
Ave. Upon speaking to the male it was 
determined that he was intoxicated and was 
unable to safely walk home. The officers 
gave a courtesy transport and advised the 
male not to leave his house for the 
remainder of the night. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185595
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
180 W STATE ST 


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


Officers responded to the 100 block of W. 
State St. for a dispute. Upon arrival officers 
spoke to the subjects who advised that the 
dispute was verbal. The driver of the vehicle 
did consent to a search where nothing 
illegal was found. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185594
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Assist Other Agency


Complainant: Leetonia, PD 

K9 Simon was requested by Leetonia PD 
for a K9 Sniff of a vehicle on Pine St. K9 
Simon did alert to the presence of narcotic 
odor and contraband was recovered from 
the vehicle. 

Officer cleared after Leetonia PD had 
secured the subject.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185593
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Domestic In Progress
295 ROSE AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 200 block of Rose 
Ave. for a report of a domestic in progress. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
female resident, who was visibly upset. The 
female advised that the male half left prior 
to officers arrival. The female advised that 
she and her live in boyfriend got into an 
argument & that during the argument he 
threatened to burn the house down, as well 
as grabbed her by her hair and dragged her 
off the couch. 

Additionally the female stated the male 
kicked her flat screen TV, breaking the t.v. & 
damaging the wall directly behind the TV.

The female advised she has an active 
protection order against the male as well. 

The female denied injury and medical 
treatment, but did provide a written 
statement of the incident. Officer 
photographed the scene. Officers cleared 
with charges pending.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185592
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
2524 E STATE ST


Officer along with the Salem Fire Dept. 
responded to the area of the 2500 block of 
E. State St. for a report of a disabled 
vehicle in the middle of the roadway leaking 
gas. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by to provide 
traffic control and the fire dept. place oil dry 
down on the leaked gasoline. 

The operator/owner of the vehicle called for 
a tow truck through his insurance company. 
The vehicle was removed from the roadway 
by Steve's Towing. Officer cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185591
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
226 VINE AVE 3 


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


Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave. to attempt to serve a warrant on a 
male who was known to live at the 
residence. Officers observed the male 
through the door and he came to the door. 
A search incident to arrest turned up drug 
paraphernalia. The male was transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail for the warrant 
as well as the drug paraphernalia.



ARRESTED: DEWEY J SOUERS
D0B: 1989
226 VlNE AVE. APT 3
CHARGES: WARRANT- FAILURE TO 
APPEAR
POSSESSION OF DRUG 
PARAPHERNALIA




Ptl. M. King 920/101




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185590
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
332 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: TIFFANY MURACO,  NEW 
WATERFORD, OH 44445


Officers responded to the 300 block of W. 
Pershing St. for a complaint of a young 
juvenile walking up the road alone.

Upon arrival officers spoke to the 
complainant who was standing by with the 
child. While officers were knocking on doors 
trying to locate the child's parent, the father 
showed up. The father advised that the 
child walked out the front door and 
unlocked the gate to the front yard while the 
family was in the living room. 

The father was advised that the complaint 
would be turned over to Children Services 
to be investigated. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185589
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Suspicious Activity 
2233 E STATE ST
PARKING LOT


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 2200 block of E. 
State St. for a complaint of suspicious 
activity. Complainants advised that a male 
and female were acting strange, sitting in a 
parked vehicle in a business parking lot. 
Upon arrival officers spoke to the subjects 
and determined nothing illegal was taking 
place. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King





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Saturday, August 18, 2018
08:40 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185580
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Domestic In Progress
674 E SIXTH ST 5 



Officers responded to the 600 block of E. 
Sixth St. for a domestic in progress. Officers 
spoke to both parties involved who stated 
that they were only arguing and that nothing 
physical had taken place. Officers then 
cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connoly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185581
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
836 E THIRD ST 


Officer checked a parking complaint on E. 
Third St. The vehicle in question had an 
expired registration sticker and was there 
for a week. A parking ticket was issued and 
notice left for owner to move it from the 
roadway. 



Banar901





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185582
Date: Friday, August 17, 2018
Speak To Officer
1040 E FOURTH ST 


Complainant: FRANZ SCOTT


Officers spoke to a complainant on station 
who just wanted to advise the Police of 
suspicious activity going on in his 
neighborhood. Officers gathered the 
information provided from the complainant.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185584
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Child Unattended In MV
2401 E STATE ST A


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Officer(s) responded to the 2400 block of 
East State St for a reported juvenile 
problem. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant as well as the juveniles father. 
Officers advised the father of the complaint 
then cleared. No violations were observed.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185585
Date: Friday, August 17, 2018
Suspicious Activity
WATER WORTH PARK 
PARK PLAYGROUND


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


Officer(s) responded to the area of 
Memorial park for a report of suspicious 
activity / persons. On arrival to the area 
officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate anything suspicious. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185586
Date: Friday, August 17, 2018
Accident Private Property
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a private property 
accident. Upon arrival, both parties advised 
they would handle the issue between 
themselves. Officer documented the 
incident with the limited information 
provided.





Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185587
Date: Friday, Agust 17,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
2216 E STATE ST 


Complainant: BRIAN ERSKINE


Complainant on station to report that he had 
been involved in a accident in the 2200 
block of East State St. Unit #1 had been 
traveling west in the 2200 block of East 
State St when the driver slowed for traffic. 
Unit # 2 had also been traveling west 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 both vehicles 
were driven from the scene.

No citations were issued.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Brian Erkine
vehicle / 2012 Mitsubishi



Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Jackson Barcey
vehicle / 2014 Jeep





Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185588
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Suspicious Person
500 E FOURTH ST


Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
Fifth St. for a complaint of a suspicious 
person walking down the street and looking 
into car windows. The subject was gone on 
arrival.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185583
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E PERSHING ST / WOODLAND AVE



Unit 1 2001 Ford
driver/owner: Josh Tungate


Unit 2 2010 Hyundai
driver: Brittany Shultz (cited: fail to yield)
owner: SETH FRASER
insured: proof not shown



Unit 1 was traveling eastbound on E. 
Pershing near Woodland Ave. Unit 2 was 
traveling southbound on Woodland and 
stopped for the stop sign at E. Pershing St. 
Driver of unit 2 claimed an illegally parked 
car had blocked her view in seeing unit 1. 
She pulled into the intersection, failed to 
yield to unit 1 and struck unit 1 causing 
heavy damage to each vehicle.

Driver of unit 2 was cited with failure to yield 
right of way. She was unable to show proof 
of insurance at time of incident. She also 
claimed she was in the process of buying 
the 2010 Elantra from the registered owner. 


AAA towed unit 1
Davidsons towed unit 2


Ptl. Banar 901



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185578
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
2345 E PERSHING ST
DOCTORS OFFICE


Complainant: SECURITY, ACKERMAN


Police responded to Fresenius Medical 
Care for an interior motion alarm. Upon 
arriving officers spoke to an employee who 
advised she accidentally set the alarm off. 
Officer stood by until the employee reset 
the alarm.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185577
Date: Friday, August 17,2018
Domestic In Progress
426 S BROADWAY AVE


Police responded to the 400 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. for a domestic in progress. 
Upon arriving officers spoke to several 
small juveniles who advised officers that 
their parents were upstairs fighting. 

After speaking to both parties involved 
officers were advised that there was a 
verbal altercation and that there wasn't any 
physical violence. Both parties advised 
officers that everything was okay. Officers 
advised everyone in the home to call if they 
needed anything further.



Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185576
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Assist Perry Police
1490 GARFIELD AVE


Complainant: PD, Perry Twp 2194 N 
ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM


Officer responded to the 1400 block of 
Garfield Ave. to assist Perry Township PD in 
a domestic dispute. Officer stood by until 
Perry Police cleared.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185574
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Reckless Operator
E STATE ST / BROOKLYN AVE 


Officer was dispatched to the area of E. 
State Street near Brooklyn Avenue for a 
report of people driving around the 
barricades for the road work on E. State 
Street. Officer was also advised that the 
barricades were being knocked down. 

Officer responded and found the barricades 
in place and no vehicles driving on the 
section of road that was closed off.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185573
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
911 Hang-up Call
2376 SOUTHEAST BLVD A SALEM
DOCTORS OFFICE


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Officer responded to the 2300 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a 911 hang up. Officer 
checked the area, but wasn't able to locate 
anyone. Officer did check multiple business 
officer doors and found that they were all 
closed for the evening and secured. Officer 
was not able to locate any type of 
disturbance.





Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185570
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Suspicious Object
1763 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: NATALIE LANDSBERGER


Officer was dispatched to the 700 block of 
N. Lincoln Avenue for a suspicious object. 
Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised she found a glass 
pipe behind the fence on her property. 
Officer located the pipe and found that it 
had been in the dirt for a long period of 
time. Officer took the pipe back to the police 
department and it was destroyed.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185569
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
ROSE AVE / E THIRD ST 


Complainant: MACKENZIE KORNBAU


Officer responded to the area of E. Third St. 
and Rose Ave. for a report of several 
juveniles laying in the roadway and yelling 
at vehicles passing by. Officers were 
advised by the complainant that she 
believed the juveniles went into an 
abandoned building in the 900 block of E. 
Third St. 

Officers checked the exterior of the building, 
however all doors and windows were 
secured from the outside so there wasn't 
any way for anyone to gain entry. Officer did 
check the area, but was not able to locate 
the juveniles.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185568
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Check Well Being
435 N UNION AVE SALEM


Complainant: DONNA HARKE


Police responded to the 400 block of N. 
Union Ave for a check well being. The 
complainant stated they could not get ahold 
of the subject and was worried. Police 
made contact with the subject who advised 
he was fine.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185567
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Reckless Operator
S LINCOLN AVE / OLIVE ST


Officer responded to the area of S. Lincoln 
Ave. and Olive St. for a report of a vehicle 
driving recklessly. 

Officer checked the area and was able to 
locate the vehicle on E. Second St. near the 
Broadway Plaza. 

Officer did conduct a traffic stop on the 
vehicle. The driver of the vehicle appeared 
to be okay and not under the influence of 
any drugs or alcohol. The driver of the 
vehicle was given verbal warnings for two 
brake lights required and marked lanes 
violation.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185566
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
speak TO Officer
1985 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: DEANNA DOTHARD,  
FAIRVIEW PARK, OH 44126


Officer responded to the 1900 block of E 
Pershing St in reference to a speak with 
officer report. Complainant advised that a 
male, who's mother works for the business, 
came onto the property and confronted a 
male patient who he believed was causing 
problems for his mother at work. 

Officer also spoke with the patient who 
advised that, while there was no verbal 
threat made, he felt threatened by the 
subject questioning him about his mother, 
who is the patient's nurse. 

The patient and complainant advised that 
nothing needed to be done, but they would 
only like the report to be on file.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185565
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Person To Be Removed
670 W WILSON ST


Complainant: KITTY MORROW


Police responded to the 600 blcok of W. 
Wilson St for a subject to be removed. The 
complainant advised her daughter came to 
pick up the children and caused a dispute. 

Upon arriving both subjects were 
separated. 

During the investigation an additional family 
member (male) arrived on scene. While on 
scene the male became outraged and was 
detained. That male was then cited for 
Disorderly Conduct. The daughter gathered 
her children and the belongings then 
cleared. The incident will be sent to 
Children Services.



Cited: John Wayne Shasteen II
DOB: 1983
ADD: 7295 State Route 9
Hanoverton, OH 44423
Charge: Disorderly Conduct -MM




Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Friday, August 17, 2018
09:12 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185556
Date: Thursday, August 16, 2018
Check Well Being
718 MAPLE ST



Officer responded to the above location 
looking for a small child laying in the yard. 
Officer located a male subject walking south 
on SR344 (Franklin) who advised he was 
laying in the yard to rest for a minute but he 
fell asleep. 

The male subject was 18 years of age. He 
advised he was waiting on his girlfriend to 
go with her and was tired. All appeared fine 
officer cleared.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185557
Date: Thursday, August 16, 2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
685 OLIVE ST


Complainant: CATHRYN DICKSON


Report of a possible B&E report at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
sometime overnight someone had 
attempted to push the window AC unit out 
of the side window. Entry was not made but 
several bushes were damaged during the 
attempt.



Ptl. Miller 067




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185558
Date: Thursday, August 16, 2018
Tow Vehicle
973 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: BROWN, ROY 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460


Officers assisted with the housing 
department on a removal of a vehicle from 
a residence that didn't have proper 
registration, the vehicle was towed.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185559
Date: Thursday, August 16, 2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
803 CARBON ST SALEM



Officer responded to the above location and 
found the street department workers had 
cleared the line from the roadway.

The lines were hanging low according to 
people in the area from the last report when 
a tree company had taken line down a 
couple weeks ago.

The lines were AT&T along with cable.

There was a witness who advised that the 
vehicle was an R&L box truck and it made a 
right hand turn to head south on S. Lincoln 
from Carbon.

Officer checked the area and was unable to 
locate the vehicle.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185560 
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N ELLSWORTH AVE / LEGACY 


Officer responded to the above location and 
found that the crash occurred in Perry 
Townships jurisdiction on N. Ellsworth at the 
By-Pass north bound.

Officer stood by and assisted with traffic 
while Perry Sgt Kimble handled the crash.

Both Unit(s) were towed and both operators 
transported to the hospital.



Ptl. French/O41




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185562
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
846 E THIRD ST SALEM


Report of possible drug paraphernalia 
(plastic baggy with unknown white 
substance) in the above area. 

Upon arrival, this officer located the 
pharaphenalia, brought it back to this 
department where it was properly 
destroyed.



Ptl.R.Miller O67




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185563
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Person With A Gun
1164 ETHlRD ST


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and advised that the incident was at 1164 
not 1166.

Officer was met by a Hispanic male walking 
down the drive south bound with a female 
Hispanic saying the man next door had a 
gun.


Officer asked for the male to bring his 
hands around which he complied only 
holding a lighter.

The male advised that the next door 
neighbor had a gun and made threats 
towards shooting him.

The neighbor lady advised that the male in 
question had left prior to officers arrival.

He did not have a black revolver looking 
type gun but a bb gun (black rifle type).

She claimed the neighbor has asked them if 
they wanted to buy drugs?

She claimed this happened this morning.

The male at 1164 advised they were mad 
about his dog going in their yard.

The female advised from 1166 that the 
Hispanic male was to blame trying to sell 
drugs.

It was found though that, the Hispanic male 
was at work in another City.



All were advised to try and get along and 
the female from 1166 was advised that the 
male who lives with her who supposedly 
had the gun needed to contact this 
department still. She advised she 
understood.




Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185564
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
1500 QUAKER LN


Complainant: GUARDIAN PROTECTION, 
ALARM

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and found the exterior to be secure. Key 
holder arrived and officer advised them of 
the dog running loose inside and they 
advised that the dog was it. The dog was 
caged and got out.

Officer(s) cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185540
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST A


Unit 1 - Operator: Wendy Alexander  
Owner: PAUL'S TAXI TRANS


Unit 2- Operator: Elisabeth Curtis  Owner: 
MICHAEL CURTIS 



Officer was dispatched to the 2200 block of 
E State St in reference to a two vehicle 
traffic accident. Unit 1, a 2008 Dodge 
Magnum, was making a left turn from an 
access and headed east bound on E State 
St. Unit 2, a 2009 Saturn Aura XE, was 
making a left turn from an opposing access 
road across the street and headed west 
bound or E State St. Both units made a left 
turn and collided in the center of E State St. 

Unit 1 sustained disabling damage to the 
front, while Unit 2 sustained minor damage 
to the front. 

The Salem Fire Department responded due 
to fluid being leaked onto the street. 

Sinsley Towing removed Unit 1 from the 
roadway. 

Due to the circumstances, no citations were 
issued. 



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185541
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S LINCOLN AVE / AETNA ST


Unit 1 Driver/Owner: Caleb Menning

Unit 2 Driver/Owner: FRANK 
LICHTENWALNER


Police responded to Aetna St at S. Lincoln 
Ave for a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 was 
leaving the stop sign eastbound on Aetna 
when it pulled in front of Unit #2. Unit #2 
was southbound on S. Lincoln. Unit #1 had 
disabling damage on the front driver side 
corner. Unit #2 had minor damage to the 
front passenger corner. 

Unit # 1 was towed from the scene by AAA. 
Unit #2 was able to drive away from the 
scene. 

All subjects advised Police they did not 
need medical attention. 

The driver of Unit #1 was sighted for Failure 
To Yeild.


Driver: Caleb M. Menning
DOB: 1996
ADD: 1663 Jennings Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Failure To Yeild: Stop Sign




Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185542
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Animal Complaint
1675 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM


Complainant: TIONNA MEADE


Officer was dispatched to the 1600 block of 
S Lincoln Ave in reference to an animal 
complaint. Complainant advised that she 
believed there were dogs being harbored at 
a residence which is boarded up due to a 
fire. 

Upon arrival, officer located the subject and 
his two dogs on the south side of the 
residence. The subject advised that he had 
just stopped by to check on the property 
because the property owner was out of 
town. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185544
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
2875 5 STATE ST A SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


An officers had responded to the 2800 
block of E State St for a report of two 
children unattended near the entrance to a 
business. An employee advised that the 
children had departed with an adult(@ just 
prior to oficer arriving in the area. A witness 
had observed the juveniles near a blue SUV 
before departure and provided a license 
plate number.


This officer subsequently observed the blue 
SUV with matching plate number in the 
Salem plaza lot. Officer made contact with 
the occupants who affirmed they had been 
at the business in the 2800 block and that 
the children's father had been nearby 
observing the children the entire time the 
mother was inside the business. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185545
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
E SCHOOL 800 BLOCK B 
PARK PLAYGROUND


Police responded to Waterworth Memorial 
Park basketball courts for a report of a large 
group of juveniles that appeared like they 
were getting ready to fight. 

Upon arriving several subjects were leaving 
officer was able to gather all the subjects 
who were involved and speak with them. 
Officers were advised that several of the 
subjects had gotten into a verbal altercation 
and were attempting to fight with the other 
group. All parties left the park and went 
their separate ways.


An adult male subject who was involved in 
the altercation did have an active warrant 
out of Mahoning County. The subject was 
taken into custody and taken back to The 
Salem Police Department for processing. 

The subject was later transported to The 
Columbiana County Jail where he will await 
pick up from a Mahoning County Deputy.



Arrested: Jacob W. Gower
DOB: 1999
Offense: Warrant ( FTA Burglary)




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185546
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Suspicious Activity
340 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Police responded to the 300 block of 
N.Ellsworth Ave. for a report of a suspicious 
male outside of a residence.

Officers checked the area, but were not 
able to locate anyone outside or near the 
residence.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185547
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / S CUNNINGHAM RD



Unit 2, DRI: Owner,  WILMA HILL 


Unit 1, DRI: Sarah Sperry,  Owner 
MICHAEL SPERRY 



Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a motor vehicle accident report. 
Both units were located parked in a parking 
lot and the drivers advised that they had 
each been eastbound E State St (SR14). 
Unit 2 slowed to stop for traffic ahead due 
to a red traffic signal at the intersection with 
Cunnigham Rd. 

Unit 1 was behind Unit 2 and glanced down 
briefly. The front of Unit 1 struck the rear of 
Unit 2, causing minor damage to both units. 
Photos taken. 



Cited: Assured Clear Distance Ahead
Sarah Sperry, DOB: 1980
1243 Westview Dr, Salem OH 44460



Sgt B Slider S61088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185548
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Civil Matter
207 HAWLEY AVE


A male subject responded to the Police 
Dept reference a civil matter. The male 
stated him and a female subject were both 
co signers for a vehicle. The male had 
shown Police documentation with both 
subjects names and advised he knew the 
situation was civil. 

The male wanted officers to be aware he 
had the vehicle. The female later called 
reference the vehicle not being at the 
residence. The female was advised the 
male had the vehicle. The female also was 
aware the situation was civil.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185549
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Theft 


Complainant: THOMAS WOLFE


While on station officer spoke to a 
complainant in regards to a theft from his 
residence. The complainant advised officers 
that he lives in a duplex and shares the 
basement with the other tenant. The 
complainant advised he was missing 
several items that were stored in the 
basement and that he wanted a report on 
file, that he did not wish to pursue charges.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185550
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Harassment
1210 SOUTHEAST BLVD 4 


Complainant: AMBER SIENERTH


Officer spoke with a complainant via 
telephone regarding an ongoing issue of an 
ex-boyfriend calling, texting and coming to 
the complainants apartment after the 
complainant has advised the individual to 
stop contacting her and that she wants 
nothing to do with the individual. 


Officer subsequently responded to the 
complainants apartment and documented 
text messages and voice mails affirming the 
complainant had communicated she wanted 
no further contact and that the individual 
was still trying to contact her. 


Sometime earlier this same date the 
individual had responded to the 
complainants residence and left a bag at 
the door containing some movies she had 
loaned him in the past and some clothing. 
Officer attempted to contact the individual 
via telephone, but was unsuccessful. Officer 
will continue to follow up in the near future. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185551
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
182 WASHINGTON AVE


Complainant: CRIDER, PTL


Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Washington Avenue to check for a male 
subject with an active arrest warrant out of 
the Columbiana County Sheriff Department. 
Officers made contact with a female 
resident who advised the male subject was 
not at the residence and she has not seen 
him for five days.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185552
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Harassment
672 N HOWARD AVE 1 


Complainant: JAMES SHEARER


Officer responded to the 600 block of N. 
Howard Ave. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that two 
known female subjects came over to his 
residence and were rude to him, but they 
didn't make any threats.


The complainant advised officer that the 
female subjects have been texting him 
calling him nasty names. The complainant 
advised officer that he doesn't wish to have 
any further contact with the female subjects. 


Officer will contact both female subjects and 
advise them of the complaint.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185553
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
JENNINGS AVE / W NINTH ST 



On 8/16/2018 officers took a report of a 
telecommunications harassment on station. 
While speaking with the victim officers were 
aware of the suspect, Thomas P Michaels, 
and knew that he was warned prior to 
today's date to cease communication with 
him. After further investigation it was 
determined that Michaels number was the 
one being used to contact the victim despite 
being aware not to do so.


Officers then went to Michaels place of 
residence and made contact with him. 
Michaels was asked briefly in regard to the 
phone calls that the victim had shown on 
his phone along with if any one else had 
used his phone. Michaels advised that no 
one had used his phone nor did he make 
any phone calls to the victim.


Michaels was then advised that he was 
being placed under arrest for 
telecommunications harassment (ORC: 
2917.21(A1) and transported back to the 
station for booking. Once the booking 
process was complete officers then 
transported Michaels down to Columbiana 
County Jail and released him into the 
custody of the corrections officers.



Arrested: Thomas Michaels
DOB: 1972
Charge: Telecommunications Harassment 
(ORC: 2917.21 (A1)





-Ptl. D Miller (917)





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185554
Date: Thursday, August 16,2018
Ambulance Needed
1154 S LINCOLN AVE A



Police and First Responders responded to 
the 1100 block of S.Lincoln Ave. for an 
unknown medical issue. Officers and First 
Responders were advised that a male 
subject had diabetes and recently had a 
seizure. 

The male subject was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009




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Thursday, August 16, 2018
10:36 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185520
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Suspicious Activity
E STATE ST / S ELLSWORTH STREET


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a female subject riding a scooter 
down the middle of the street. Officers 
checked the area and were unable to locate 
the subject.




Ptl. M. Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185521
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Littering / Dumping
909 W STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: ROBERT HANDLE


Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the complainant who advised 
that a male subject had stopped by and 
advised him that, at approximately 2100hrs 
last night (Tuesday) 08-14-18 a subject in 
an early model white colored Chevrolet 
truck with running boards had dropped off 
the tires by the big bay door(s) on the east 
side of the building by Dodge Drive. The 
vehicle had a lot of rust on it. 


Person(s) unknown had left four vehicles 
tires of various sizes and in various 
condition still on rims. Also left two truck 
tires still mounted.


The complainant advised he does not deal 
with truck tires of that size. He advised also 
of the financial problem of getting rid of the 
tires now a days.


Requests extra watch in the area after dark 
when possible. No one with out permission 
should be there especially leaving old used 
tires.



Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185522
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPITAL


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damaging, Officers 
received video surveillance of a male 
subject tampering with the camera system, 
the matter is under investigation.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185523
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
MV Lockout
2875 E STATE ST A


Officers responded to the above location for 
a vehicle lockout, Officers were able to gain 
access to the vehicle.




Ptl. M. Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185524
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Check Well Being
935 PAINTER RD


Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the residence. Officer did not 
locate any one there.

No vehicle was present and officer could 
not see inside the garage.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185525
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
608 ARCH ST SALEM


Complainant: PANEZOTT, CHIEF J.T. 231 
S BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330) 337-7811


On O8/15/2018,two vehicles were observed 
parked in the front yard of the residence. 
On 08/14/2018,one vehicle was parked in 
front yard. On 08/15/2018, I stopped and 
advised a resident of the city ordinance 
pertaining to parking vehicles in the front 
yard.



Chief J.T. Panezott S-1/077




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185526
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
328 E FOURTH ST SALEM



Officer were familiar with two individuals at 
the above noted location with active 
warrants. Upon arrival, officers spoke to a 
male on the front porch and he was advised 
of the reason officers were at the residence. 
Officers checked the apartment and found 
three individuals hiding in the basement. 
The two with active warrants were located 
and placed into custody. 

They were transported to this department 
for processing and then released to a 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Deputy.



Arrested:
Hope M. Steed DOB: 1998
328 E. 4th St. Salem Ohio
Warrant: Failure To Appear


Michael J. Spencer DOB: 1987
328 E. 4th St. Salem, Ohio
Warrant: Failure to Appear




Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185527
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Reckless Operator
S ELLSWORTH AVE / W WILSON 



Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a red colored Honda making a 
right hand turn off of SR14 (W. State St) 
onto S. Howard heading south bound.


Officer went to W. Pershing and made a 
right hand turn off of S. Ellsworth observing 
the same vehicle that the 
complainant/witness gave Ohio registration, 
HLD6544 heading east bound on W. 
Pershing at a very slow speed.


Officer turned around and got behind the 
vehicle which made a right hand turn onto 
S,. Ellsworth from W. Pershing heading 
south bound. The vehicle was still traveling 
at a slow speed (5MPH) according to car #6 
speedometer.


Officer effected a traffic stop on the vehicle 
which turned onto W. Wilson. Officer got out 
of car #6 and talked with the male Hispanic 
who advised he didn't speak English.


Officer had him park in the Slovak Club lot.

After a discussion on his language Pastor 
Hery was contacted and came to the scene.

The male subject was cited for no drivers 
license and the vehicle left there until the 
owner or licensed operator could come and 
pick it up.

Pastor Hery gave the male subject a ride to 
the residence of the friend he was looking 
for over by Sparkle.


Citation for No 0. L. 4510.12

Given citation to appear at the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court on Thursday, 08-
2318 at 8:30 A.M.

Cited: Juarez Juan Castro
2000 Bollinger Ave NE
Canton, Ohio 44705
Vehicle: HLD6544 2005 Honda 2s Red in 
color



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185528
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
MV Lockout 
2869 E STATE ST



Officers responded to the above location for 
a vehicle lockout, Officers were able to gain 
access to the vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185529
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Check Well Being
928 E THIRD ST SALEM


Officers responded to the above location 
and checked on the well being of the female 
resident at the request of a family member.


Officer talked with the female and all 
appeared to be fine. She advised she was 
fine. Nothing further needed at time of call. 
Officers cleared.



Sgt. D. Green 051





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185530
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Domestic In Progress
1063 BUCKEYE AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a domestic dispute. Officers spoke with the 
mother and her children, who advised that 
the father was in the residence screaming 
at everyone. Officer spoke with the male 
half and he was advised to calm down 
because he could be heard outside. 

No physical violence was reported and the 
female and her children left the residence 
for awhile.




Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185531
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Recovered Property 
218 FAIR AVE


Complainant: ELEANOR CLINGERMAN


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of recovered property, The 
complainant located an Ohio Food Card 
laying near their residence. Officers 
collected the food card and will attempt to 
contact the name on the card.



Ptl. M. Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185532
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
2875 E STATE ST A


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a dog locked inside a vehicle in 
the parking lot for at least 20 minutes.


Officer found the vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration, GAX8995 and the owner of the 
vehicle with it.


The owner was thankful for some one being 
concerned about her dog but she had the 
vehicle running with the air or and had the 
key fob in her hands.

Officer cleared.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185533
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Speak To Officer
969 W WILSON ST C


Complainant: ANGELA VINT


The complainant contacted this department 
and advised that her adult son was causing 
problems within the home and not listening. 

Officer responded and spoke to all involved. 
The complainants son was advised that 
even though he's an adult, he would still 
need to follow the rules since he resides 
with his mother. All parties were calm with 
no physical violence reported.




Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185534
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Dog at Large
VINE AVE / E THIRD ST



Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area for a brown colored pit 
bull supposedly running at large. Officer 
located the animal on the front porch on the 
southwest corner with it's owners with it and 
they advised the dog had not left. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. French O41




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185535
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Dog At Large
SUGARTREE ALLEY


Officers checked the above location and 
surrounding streets for a dog running loose. 
The animal was not located.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185536
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Criminal Mischief
464 S UNION AVE SALEM


Complainant: BARBARA HENDRICKS


Police responded to the 400 block of S. 
Union Ave. The complainant stated she 
believed the male subject was messing with 
a wire hanging from a utility pole. While 
speaking with the complainant she 
observed the male subject walking past the 
residence. 

Police made contact with the male who 
stated he pulled a thumb tac out of the pole.

Police did not observe any damage or wires 
hanging from the pole.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185537
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Loud Music (Residence) 
500 E FOURTH ST 314 


Complainant: JOSEPH MASON

Officer responded to the above apartment 
complex to speak with the complainant. He 
advised that he has been having problems 
with the neighbor below him. 

Complainant stated that the neighbor listens 
to the television extremely loud causing a 
disturbance within the complex. 

Contact was made with the female and she 
was advised of the complaint. She turned 
her television down.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185538
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
S BROADWAY AVE / E PERSHING ST 


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



While on patrol, officer located a disabled 
vehicle at the above intersection. Officers 
pushed the vehicle into a legal parking 
space while the owner waited for help to 
arrive.




Sgt. D. Green 051





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185539
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Accidental Damage
E STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH SALEM



Police responded to the intersection of N. 
Ellsworth and E. State St. A semi had made 
a turn and struck the road construction sign. 
All remaining pieces were removed from the 
street. Police advised the road department 
of the sign .



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185504
Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Criminal Mischief 
S LINCOLN 1200 BLOCK G 


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers were advised of a city sign that had 
been altered in the 1200 block of S. Lincoln 
Ave. Officers located the sign and 
documented the damage done.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185505
Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Recovered Property
440 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT


Anonymous complainant brought a lanyard 
with one key on it that had been found on 
the sidewalk in front of 440 E State St. The 
item was put in lost and found until claimed.




Lt. David L. Castol#014




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185506
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
947 SOUTH AVE 


Officers responded to the 900 block of 
South Ave. for a parking complainant. 
Officers located the vehicle and were able 
to get in contact with the owner. The owner 
stated that they would move the vehicle. 
Officers then cleared the scene.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185507
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Speak To Officer 
225 ROSE AVE SALEM


Complainant: RONALD WEINGART


Officers spoke to a complainant on station 
regarding a stolen vehicle. The complainant 
stated that he had found the vehicle in the 
200 block of Rose Ave. Officer went with 
the complainant. and were able to 
determine that it was not his vehicle.




Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185508
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Criminal Mischief
S LINCOLN 1200 BLOCK SALEM


Complainant: AUDREY NULL


Complainant on station to report criminal 
mischief at the above stated location. 
Complainant advised an unknown persons 
removed letters from a city of Salem entry 
sign. The incident was believed to have 
occurred sometime between 08/11/18 and 
day of complaint. Complainant did secure 
the letters prior to making complaint.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185509
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Accident Private Property 
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
WALMART



Private property accident 


Officer(s) responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle 
accident on private property.

Unit # 1 had been backing from a parking 
spot when it was struck in the side by unit # 
2. Unit # 2 was also backing from a parking 
spot when it struck unit # 2. 

Unit # 1 sustained damage to the drivers 
side rear door. Unit # 2 sustained damage 
to the right side rear bumper. There were no 
reported injuries and no citations were 
issued.

Both vehicles were driven from the scene.



Unit # 1 / owner / Charles Jesiolowski
driver / Mary Jesiolowski
vehicle / 2014 Dodge


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Betty Carey
vehicle / 2005 Honda





Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185510
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Recovered Property
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN ST


Complainant: JASON SORENTINO


Officer spoke with a male complainant who 
came on station to turn in a cell phone he 
located while walking near the intersection 
of S. Lincoln Ave. and Franklin St. Officer 
was able to make contact with the owner of 
the phone who responded to the police 
dept. to pick it up.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185511
Date: Tuesday, Auaust 14.2018


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the area of Woodland 
Ave and Oak St. for a report of bycycles in 
the roadway. Upon arrival, officer checked 
the area but was unable locate the source 
of the complaint.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185512
Date: Tuesday, Auaust 14,2018
Suspicious Person
ROOSEVELT 300 BLOCK



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Roosevelt Ave. for a complaint of a 
suspicious person. Complainants advised 
that the male subject was walking in the 
roadway and running near oncoming traffic. 
The male was located and advised officers 
that he was out walking. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185513
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Civil Matter
291 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: ROBERT KASTANEK


Officers responded to the 200 block of N. 
Madison Ave. for a civil matter. The male 
complainant advised that he was served a 
protection order and his belongings were 
still inside the residence. The male was 
advised to contact the sheriffs office to set 
up a time where he could go retrieve his 
belongings with officer assistance. The 
male was advised to not go onto the 
property beforehand because it would be a 
violation of his protection order. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185514
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Suspicious Person
320 BROOKLYN AVE



Complainant: DWAYNE CHAMPNEY


Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Brooklyn Ave. for a report of a suspicious 
male subject. Complainant advised the 
subject was looking into vehicles and in 
windows of houses. The male subject then 
got into a red Ford Ranger truck and while 
backing up drove partially into a yard. The 
vehicle left westbound on E. Third St. from 
Brooklyn Ave.


Officer observed the vehicle and initiated a 
traffic stop with the vehicle on E. Third St. 
and Brooklyn Ave. The operator was 
identified as the owner of the truck. The 
driver acknowledges being on Brooklyn 
looking for a friend of his, but denied 
looking into any windows. 

There was no damage to the yard the driver 
backed into. The driver was sent on his way 
and officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185515
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Traffic Offense
193 S LINCOLN AVE


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


While on routine patrol, this officer did 
initiate a traffic stop in the 100 block of S 
Lincoln Ave after noticing a loud exhaust 
and the driver failing to use a turn signal. 
While gathering information, this officer did 
ask for consent to search of the vehicle and 
was granted permission to do so. Officers 
did not find anything illegal in the vehicle 
and cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185516
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
OAK 1400 BLOCK E


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


While on patrol in Centennial Park officer 
observed two occupied vehicles in the park 
after the park closing time of 10pm. Once 
the occupants of the vehicles observed my 
patrol car they attempted to leave. Officer 
stopped both vehicles and identified all 
persons and advised them of the park hours 
and sent them on their way. Officers 
cleared.





Sgt. 6. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185517
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Traffic Offense
ROSE AVE / E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: KING, PTL 


While on patrol officers initiated a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 800 block of E 3rd 
St for a moving violation.

During the stop the driver of the vehicle was 
found to not have a valid drivers license and 
a female passenger was found to have an 
open container of alcohol. The driver and 
passenger were both issued citations for 
the offenses.


Cited: Delaney M. Brown
DOB: 1993
Address: 93 Pine St Leetonia, OH 44431
Charge: Open Container in a motor vehicle 
(MM)


Cited: Jordan Bell
DOB: 1989
Address: 93 Pine St Leetonia, OH 44431
Charge: No Operators License




Ptl D Beeson 





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185518
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1242 JEFFERSON AVE SALEM


Complainant: ANTHONY MANISCALCO


Officer responded to 1242 Jefferson Ave. 
for a parking complaint. Complainant 
advised of a vehicle completely blocking 
their driveway and they could not get out to 
go to work. 

Upon arrival, ofticer did observe the vehicle, 
a blue Chevy 4door vehicle completely 
blocking the driveway of the residence. 
Dispatch was able to contact the owner of 
the vehicle, who was not with the vehicle 
but was able to contact the person in 
possession of the vehicle to move it.


The driver of the illegally parked vehicle 
came out and she was identified and 
advised of the violation. She was issued a 
parking citation and the vehicle was moved. 
Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185519
Date: Wednesday, August 15,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
193 ROSE AVE B SALEM 



Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Rose Ave for a report of a non-physical 
domestic dispute that occurred earlier in the 
night. Officers did gather information, took 
pictures and did have the victim fill out a 
written statement.


This officer will reach out to the other party 
involved and gather more information for his 
side of the story. The case will be sent 
down to the Columbiana County 
Prosecutors Office for further review.




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Wednesday, August 15, 2018
08:03 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY  #: 20185491
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Suspicious Person
230 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the area of the 200 
block of N Lincoln Ave for a report of a 
suspicious male. The male was reportedly 
swinging his fists and pretending to fight 
despite no one else being present. Officer 
did locate the male who advised that he 
was exercising. No signs of intoxication or 
other problems were observed and officer 
cleared.




Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185492
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
201 S LINCOLN AVE 



Officers responded to the 200 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. for a motor vehicle lockout. 
Upon arrival the driver of the vehicle signed 
a waiver of damages. Entry was gained to 
the vehicle.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185493
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Dispute (NO Thrests/Violence)
1701 QUAKER LN SALEM


Officers responded to the 1700 block of 
Quaker Lane for a dispute between a 
mother and a daughter. The mother advised 
officers that the child was acting 
aggressively towards her during a verbal 
argument. The mother was advised she 
could have the daughter charged as unruly 
or have her stay with a relative until a later 
time. The daughter was informed of the 
potential consequences of her actions. The 
two were told to keep their distance for the 
remainder of the evening. 

Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185494
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Harassment



Officers took a report on station from a male 
complainant in regards to potential 
harassment. The male advised officers that 
his son was showing up to their residence 
as well as his wife's place of employment 
asking for money.

Officers advised the male to cut 
communications with their son or the next 
time that he arrives to call to have him 
criminally trespassed. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185495
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Reckless Operator
609 S UNION AVE


This officer checked the area for a vehicle 
that was operating reckless to which it was 
gone upon my arrival.



Sgt. John Scheets




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185496
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Check Well Being
468 PROSPECT ST



Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Prospect St. for a call of a male laying on 
the side of the road. Upon arrival officers 
found a male lying on the sidewalk in 
possession of an opened container of an 
alcoholic beverage. The man was issued a 
minor misdemeanor citation. He was 
advised to find a ride home. Officers stayed 
on scene until his ride arrived to take him 
home. Officers cleared.



CITED:
Timothy S. Pheils
DOB: 1982
7282 Wales Ave. NW
Canton, OH 44720
Charge: Open Container of Alcohol




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185497
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
239 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: 21ST, CENTURY

Officer responded to 239 S. Lundy Ave. for 
a report of an alarm activation called in by 
2lst Century Alarm company.  Upon arrival, 
officer made contact with a representative 
of the business and found she was already 
on the phone with the alarm company and 
advised she was having issues shutting the 
alarm off. Nothing further was needed and 
officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185498
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
310 VINE AVE 2



Complainant: COREY SPENCER


Officer responded to the parking lot of 31 0 
Vine Ave. for a report of a possible hitlskip 
accident on private property.

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant who advised that he had just 
arrived home and parked the vehicle he 
was driving, which is a white 2005 Chevy 
Cavalier owned by his mother. He advised 
prior to exiting the vehicle a female in a red 
Chevy Cobalt whom was also parked in the 
parking lot backed into the driver side rear 
bumper area of his vehicle causing 
damage. 

The complainant advised the female did exit 
the vehicle and show him an expired 
insurance card and he was able to see the 
name on the insurance card. No further 
information was obtained by the 
complainant and he then went into his 
apartment. 

While investigating, the Cobalt was 
observed parked in the parking lot with 
nobody in it. Damage was observed to the 
driver side rear bumper area of the Cobalt. 
The complainant advised that the Cobalt 
has been parked in the parking lot for an 
extended period of time and that he 
believes the owner does not reside in the 
apartment building. 

Digital photos were taken of the damage to 
both vehicle and investigation is pending. 
Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185499
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Interior Motion Alarm 
167 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: SIMPLY SAFE, Safe


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin Ave. for an interior motion alarm 
coming from a residence. The exterior of 
the house was checked and found to be 
secure. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185500
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Suspicious Person
2124 E STATE ST SALEM
DRUGSTORE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the 2100 block of E. 
State St. for a complaint of a suspicious 
person. Officers made contact with the male 
subject who advised that he was upset and 
punched the side of a building after leaving 
a house where an altercation had occurred. 
The subject denied any medical attention 
and the side of the building was checked 
and there was no damage. The male was 
advised to walk home. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185501
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
911 Hang4p Call
162 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER


Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
W Pershing Street for a 911 hang-up call. 
Upon arrival, officers did speak with a 
resident in the home and everything was 
found to be normal. Officers cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185502
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Check Wall Being
1761 E STATE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer was flagged down by a motorist 
requesting a check well being done of a 
male subject sitting on a curb in the drive 
thru of Burger King in the 1700 block of E. 
State St. The motorist advised the subject 
was making moaning sounds and wasn't 
sure if he was having a medical condition. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
male subject While speaking with the male, 
identified as 18 year old Jarrod L. Westover 
he admitted to being drunk and consuming 
a whole bottle of Vodka. 

Mr. Westover was ultimately placed under 
arrest for underage consumption of alcohol 
and transported to the Salem Police Dept. 
for processing. He was then transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail.



Arrestee:
Jarrod L. Westover
DOB: 2000
9284 St. Rt. 45
Lisbon, OH 44432
Charge: Underage Consumption



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081



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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185503
Date: Tuesday, August 14,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
920 W STATE ST
AUTOSHOP


Complainant: SECURITY, VERIFIED 


Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
W State Street for a report of an interior 
motion alarm. Upon arrival, officers did 
confirm the building was secure and then 
cleared without further incident.




Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185482
Date: Monday, August 13, 2018
Dog At Large 
836 AETNA ST SALEM


Officers were dispatched to a dog at large 
in the 800 bk of Aetna St. Upon arrival the 
dog was observed on the public sidewalk, 
street and general area near 852 Aetna. 
Officers learned that this is where the dog 
lived and the owner or harborer was 
contacted via cell phone. A citation was 
issued for dog at large and her court 
options explained.

defendant cited with dog at large: 

Tegan Vingle
852 Aetna St.
Salem, OH 44460
dob: 1980

arrest 18-0696




Ptl Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185484
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Civil Matter
1220 FAlRVlEW AVE


Complainant: DEBORAH PETTRY


Complainant on station in reference to a 
civil matter. The complainant advised she 
recently ended a relationship and would like 
to know her rights in regards to obtaining 
her property. Officer explained same and 
the complainant was advised to call if there 
are any problems.




Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185485
Date: Monday, August 13 ,2018
Civil Matter
589 E THIRD ST


Complainant: ZACKARY CAPRON


Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
East 3rd St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the complainant. After 
speaking with the complainant officers 
advised him that the complaint was civil in 
nature. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185486
Date: Monday, August 13, 2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept
328 E. Fourth St


Complainant: HELMAN, DEPUTY 


Officers were requested to assist 
Comlumbiana County Sheriffs in locating a 
subject in the 300 block of Fourth St.

Officers and Deputies had negative contact 
with the subject and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185487
Date: Monday, August 13, 2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
2060 MONROE ST 46 


Complainant: HOPE ROBERTS


Officer(s) responded to the 2000 block of 
Monroe for a report of telephone 
harassment. On arrival officers spoke with 
the complainant. The complainant stated 
that she has been receiving unwanted text 
from a person who she had met on line. 

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  #: 20185488
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
100 BLOCK OF HAWLEY AVE


Complainant: JUDY MELLINGER


Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Hawley Ave for a verbal dispute. Officers 
were notified by the complainant that both 
subjects had left and gone separate ways 
prior to officers arrival.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185489
Date: Monday, August 13, 2018
Harassment
609 S UNION AVE SALEM


Complainant: SETH HARDY


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of 
harassment. Upon arrival, the complainant 
stated a known male keeps driving by his 
residence in a reckless manner. Officer did 
locate the male and he agreed to cease his 
actions.



Sgt. k. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185490
Date: Monday, August 13,2018
Fraud
500 E FOURTH ST 218


Complainant: DENISE LANDFRIED


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported fraud. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised she 
has had suspicious online charges totaling 
$48.70 on her Walmart Debit card the past 
two months. 

The complainant advised the card has been 
cancelled but she needs the incident 
documented.



Sgt. K. Toy S5/089




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185460
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Intoxicated Parson
300 block of W PERSHING


On 811 2,2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 300 block of W Pershing Street in 
regards to a male laying down on the 
sidewalk believed to be intoxicated. Just 
prior to officers arrival dispatch advised the 
complainant had called back and stated that 
the male subject had left. Officers then 
scanned the area and did not locate said 
male subject.


Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185461
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Audible Alarm Ck
885 W STATE ST 

Complainant: 21 ST CENTURY, ALARM


On 8/12/2018 officers were dispatched to 
an alarm drop in the 800 block of W State 
Street. Upon arrival officers were met with 
the staff members of the business that 
advised they had typed the alarm code in 
incorrectly and that it was accidental. 
Shortly afterwards dispatch advised that the 
alarm company called to cancel the alarm. 
Officers then gathered the information of 
the staff members on scene and then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185462
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Fight
928 E FOURTH ST SALEM


Officers responded to the above location for 
a fight in the middle of the street. Officers 
observed two male subjects standing in the 
street yelling at a male subject standing in 
the front yard. Officers spoke with the male 
subject in the yard who stated that the two 
male subjects in the street almost struck 
him and his children and girlfriend in the 
street with their car, the male stated he 
threw his coffee at the car then the car 
stopped and the two male subjects got out 
and started yelling. 

Officers separated all the parties involved 
statements were taken, Officers advised all 
the parties involved that all the statement 
and the report will be sent down to the 
prosecutors office for any charges.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185463
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018
1560 R IDGEWOOD DR 


Complainant: SHAWN MCMURRAY


The complainant responded to this 
department to report that he lost his wallet. 
He stated that he noticed it missing 
yesterday and wanted to file a report. The 
complainant advised that he had his driver's 
license, Veterans card, social security card, 
and a check in his wallet when he lost it. He 
was advised the procedure to obtain a new 
license and advised he would be contacted 
if his wallet is located or turned in.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185464
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS 968 E 
STATE ST SALEM, OH


Report of a drive off at the above noted 
location. The complainant provided a 
vehicle description and license plate 
number. Contact was made with a family 
member at the residence and they were 
advised of the complaint. The family 
member contacted the driver and advised 
him of the report. He stated that he used his 
credit card at the pump and it turned on. 

He was going to respond back and take 
care of the situation.



Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185465
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018
911 Hang-up Call
375 E FIFTH ST 1w


Officers responded to the above location for 
a 911 call with no one talking on the other 
end. Contact was made at the residence 
with a male individual. Officer was familiar 
with the individual and it was apparent that 
he was going through some emotional 
issues. 

Officer suggested he go to the SRMC to 
speak with someone regarding his mental 
state of mind. He agreed and was 
voluntarily transported to the SRMC by EMT 
ambulance.




Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185466
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018
Suspicious Odor
861 NEWGARDEN AVE


Police responded to the 800 block of New 
Garden Ave for an odor. The complainant 
advised the vacant residence next to her 
smelled like a dead animal. Police searched 
the exterior of the residence. The smell 
appeared to be coming from under the front 
porch. Police did not observe anything from 
what they could see under the porch.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185467
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018
Reckless Operator
FRANKLIN 1400 BLOCK


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the area of the above 
location for a report of a reckless operator. 
Officers checked the area and surrounding 
streets, but the vehicle in question was not 
located.




Sgt. D. Green / 051





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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185468
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018
Assist Other Agency
381 ROOSEVELT AVE SALEM


Complainant: PD, GOSHEN


Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Roosevelt Ave to assist Goshen Police 
District with an investigation of illegal 
dumping on Egypt Rd. Goshen PD was 
hoping to speak with the subject about the 
incident, but nobody was home.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185469
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018
Natural Death
568 FRANKLIN ST


Complainant: KIMBERLY ZEIGLER


Police responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave for a natural death. The 
complainants found the subjects in the 
bedroom of the residence. The 
complainants advised they speak with the 
subject almost daily. 

FD and EMT responded to the scene. 
Police and EMT determined the cause to be 
natural. Family members were advised of 
the situation and made arrangements. EMT 
then transported the subject to the funeral 
home.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185470
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018
Suspicious Activity
E THIRD ST / ROOSEVELT AVE


Complainant: SALEM REGIONAL 
MEDICAL, CENT

Officer was dispatched to the water towers 
at the corner of E Third St and Roosevelt 
Ave in reference to suspicious activity. 
Complainant advised that she observed a 
male on top of one of the water towers. 
Upon arrival, it was confirmed that they 
were radio repairmen working on the police 
and fire radio antenna.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185471
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 REILLY AVE H SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 


Officer responded to the Reilly Stadium 
football field in reference to a juvenile 
problem. Complainant advised that a young 
male juvenile was cursing loudly in the 
presence of patrons using the track. Officer 
made contact with the juvenile, who was 
with friends, and advised him of the 
complaint. They were throwing a football on 
the football field and were also advised to 
cease their activity because the school 
district does not want anyone on the football 
field unless it is an organized sport. 

The juveniles left and officer cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185472
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Criminal Mischief
981 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: TRACY DELPHIA


Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave for a property line issue. The 
complainant advised that her property 
extends two feet past their fence and they 
have wood beams with mulch landscaping 
that reaches right up to the edge of the 
property line. Complainant advised that the 
next door neighbor had been observed on 
video moving a piece of string that marks 
the property line, running parallel to the 
outer edge of the landscape beams.


Officer subsequently walked to the area 
between the residences and observed the 
string had already been put back to its 
normal location. The neighbor came out 
and talked to this officer, advising that he 
only lifted the string over the beam so it did 
not get tangled in the mower wheel as he 
mowed. After he was done mowing he had 
moved the string back. Officer advised the 
neighbor of the complainant and he advised 
he would refrain from contact with the 
neighbors property as much as possible. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185473
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE


Officer was dispatched to Walmart in 
reference to a shop lifting complaint 
involving two females, an adult and a 
juvenile. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with 
Asset Protection, who advised that the two 
females had concealed merchandise inside 
a backpack and then proceeded to the self 
checkout. AP advised that the females then 
appeare to scan the merchandise in their 
cart by placing it on the scale, but slid the 
merchandise near the scanner not over it 
which resulted in the merchandise not being 
scanned. 

AP advised that the females then passed all 
points of sale without rendering proper 
payment for the merchandise. The items 
that were taken were an assortment of 
clothes, food, and electronics that came to 
a monetary total of $412.88. Both females 
were taken into custody for theft and 
transported to the police department for 
processing. 

The adult female was later transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail, while the 
juvenile female was transported to the Louis 
Tobin Attention Center.



Arrested: Heather M. Prislipsky DOB 1989
14874 Seacrist Rd
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Theft (ORC 2913.02A1)




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185474
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1078 8 THIRD ST



Officer responded to a report of a 
suspicious vehicle at a condemned property 
in the 1000 block of E Third St. The vehicle 
was observed to be leaving the area when 
officer arrived. 

Officer contacted with the driver who 
affirmed he had been working for the 
property owner and had been removing 
fallen tree limbs from the yard. The bed of 
the truck was observed to be full of dead 
tree limbs. 



Sgt b Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185475
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Reckless Operator
PEARCE CR / PEARCE ST SALEM


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


While on patrol officer was flagged down by 
a resident in the area of Pearce St who 
advised of vehicle that had been observed 
driving excessively fast toward Pearce Cr 
just prior to officer arriving from Scarboro 
Ln. Officer obtained a vehicle description 
and located a matching vehicle driving near 
Stone Castle Tr. Officer made contact with 
the driver who affirmed it was him. He 
explained that he was teaching the 
passenger how to driver stick shift and that 
he had rapidly accelerated on Pearce St a 
short time earlier. 

Officer advised the individual of the 
complainant and he stated he was sorry 
and would exercise better judgment in his 
driving in the future. Officer also returned 
and advised the complainant that the 
vehicle had been located and the driver 
spoken with about the complaint. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185476
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
KEY- Open Door
279 DODGE DR SALEM


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


While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
parked in a driveway with the passenger 
door standing wide open and nobody 
around. Officer made contact with the 
vehicle owner at his nearby residence who 
affirmed it was accidentally left open by him 
a short time earlier. He stated thanks for 
letting him know and secured the door prior 
to officer departing. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185477
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Loud Persons
284 E FOURTH ST 


Officers responded to a possible dispute in 
the 200 block of E Fourth St. Officer made 
contact with several individuals on the back 
porch of 284 who stated they were being 
loud but there was not a dispute. They were 
requested to quiet down a little and officers 
cleared. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185478
Date: Sunday, August 12.2018
Suspicious person 
424 W STATE ST SALEM


Police made contact with a juvenile in the 
100 block of Jennings. The juvenile 
appeared to be carrying a pillow case with 
items inside. When speaking with the 
juvenile he advised his mother is in route to 
pick him up. The juvenile had shown Police 
he had a blanket inside of the pillow case 
and officers affirmed the juvenile lived 
nearby.




Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185479
Date: Sunday, August 12,2018
Harassment


Complainant: STEVEN BRYAN


On 8/12/2018 officers responded to the 
station for a harrasment call. Officers met 
with the complainant who stated that a male 
subject has been calling him numerous 
times and driving by his place of work and 
household. Further information was 
gathered and officers advised the 
complainant of his options and that a report 
would be on file.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY  #: 20185480
Date: Monday, August 13 ,2018
Susicious Vehicle 
CENTENNIAL PARK 
PARK PLAYGROUND


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


While checking Centennial Park after 
restricted hours officer located two parked 
vehicles, as well as two individuals at one of 
the pavillions near Oak St. Officer made 
contact with the individuals who advised 
they had just finsihed work a short time 
earlier and stopped to converse. Officer 
advised that the park had closed at 10PM 
and the individuals stated they did not 
realize, and then departed without incident. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Monday, August 13, 2018
07:12 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185459
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018
Suspicious Activity
1095 E THIRD ST SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 1000 block of E 
Third St after an area resident reported that 
someone was possibly inside of a 
condemned residence as evidenced by 
movement inside. Officers gained entry and 
cleared the interior with nobody being found 
inside. The curtains were found to be 
blowing around due to a running air 
conditioner. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 2015458
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Menacing / Threats 
2551 LEXINGTON AVE 38


Officers were advised of a male individual 
who was reportedly making threats toward 
a female in the 2500 block of Lexington 
Ave. The individual was also allegedly 
peeling tires and possibly operating a 
vehicle intoxicated. 

As officers were enroute to the area a 
vehicle fitting the description was observed 
westbound on E Pershing St. Officers were 
able to catch up to the vehicle and upon 
running the registration it was affirmed to be 
the suspect that had been identified at 
Lexington Ave. Officers stopped the vehicle 
and made contact with the driver who 
displayed no signs of impairment. He 
admitted having been at Salem Commons 
and stated he had been involved in a minor 
argument with an ex-girlfriend. He was 
advised of the complaint and to not return to 
Salem Commons tonight to prevent further 
problems.


Officer subsequently spoke with the ex-
girlfriend and a witness at Salem 
Commons, as well as listening to an audio 
recording of the suspect male being 
disorderly when he had been there earlier. 
The ex-girlfriend advised that the male 
individual has been harassing her recently 
and she wants no further contact with him. 
Officer advised her the matter would be 
documented and that if further problems 
persisted to file additional reports.


Upon arriving to speak to the ex-girlfriend, it 
was disocvered that the male individual had 
called her and was yelling at her on the 
phone. Officer did speak with him and 
requested that he not call her back tonight 
or possible telecommunications harassment 
charges could result. Officer advised the ex-
girlfriend that extra patrol would be 
conducted around the complainants 
residence. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185457
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK 
PARK PLAYGROUND


Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL


Officer on patrol observed three vehicles 
parked inside Centennial Park after closing 
hours. Two subjects were located sitting 
inside of one of the vehicles and contact 
was made. They were advised of the park 
hours and sent on their way. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185456
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Prowler
376 E PERSHING ST


Complainant: STEPHANIE CRIHFIELD,  
LAKEMORE, OH 44250


Officers were dispatched to the 1300 block 
of E Pershing St in reference to a prowler. 
Complainant advised that she observed 
someone standing in her back yard, but had 
no description of the individual. 
Complainant also advised that she had 
seen this person standing in her back yard 
for the past three days. 


Officers and K9 Argo searched the 
premises, but did not locate anyone.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185455
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
637 AETNA ST SALEM 


Officer responded to the 600 block of Aetna 
St where a resident reported that an 
unknown female individual had sent her 
harassing text messages. Officer 
photographed the texts and subsequently 
made contact with the person who sent the 
text. 

It was affirmed that the incident was a result 
of a wrong number, and had flared into text 
dispute between the complainant and the 
person sending the text. The person that 
had sent it assured it was merely an 
accidental wrong number, and she only 
become upset because of how the recipient 
had responded. The recipient had also 
stated she was highly upset about the texts 
when received and she had made it known 
to the sender. 

The person who originally sent the text 
stated there would be no further contact 
with the complainants phone number.




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185453
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
speak TO Officer
625 E SEVENTH ST


Complainant: JOSHUA WICKERSHAM


Officer responded to the 600 block of E. 
Seventh St. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a subject in 
the 600 block of E. Sixth St. was letting off 
fireworks. Officer did speak to the 
suspected subject. The subject denied 
letting anything off. The subject was 
advised he was to refrain from any further 
fireworks if it was him.




Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185452
Date: Saturday, August 11,2018
Suspicious Activity
1078 E THIRD ST


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


While in the 1000 block of E Third St officer 
observed numerous lights on in a 
condemned residence, which made it 
appear someone might be inside. Officer 
checked the exterior and found and 
unsecured door. 


Once back up officers arrived, the interior 
was checked and cleared, with nobody 
being located inside. The residence was 
secured and officers cleared. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185451
Date: Saturday, August 11,2018
Suspicious Activity
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT 


Officer responded to the 1000 block of E 
Third St for a report of several individuals 
that had been observed carrying items 
down the street and leaving the area in a 
vehicle traveling toward N Lincoln Ave. 
Officer came from that direction but the 
vehicle was already out of the area. 
Unknown if there was any issue, but the 
caller thought the individuals actions 
appeared suspicious. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185450
Date: Saturday, August 11,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
W SCHOOL ST / E FOURTH ST


Complainant: CST, LINK TO 


Officer responded to a report of persons 
arguing in the area of E Fourth St and West 
School St. Officer checked the area and did 
not initially find any disturbance, however 
some yelling was heard West of that 
location. 

Officer checked the surrounding location it 
was quiet at that time. A vehicle observed 
leaving the area was possibly involved in 
the yelling, because all was quiet after it 
had departed. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185449
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Assist Other Agency
JENNINGS AVE / W EIGHTH ST


Complainant: PATROL, STATE HIGHWAY 


Officers responded to the dead end of W 
Eighth St to assist the Ohio State Highway 
Patrol with a vehicle pursuit.


OSP attempted to stop a truck on SR 45, 
but the operator eluded the trooper at 
speeds over 100 MPH and crashed at the 
dead end of W Eighth St into the woods. 

Upon arrival, OSP had the driver held at 
gun point and officers assisted by taking 
him into custody. It was learned that the 
driver had stolen the truck and license 
plates from Youngstown, OH in August of 
2017, which prompted him to flee. The 
driver's girlfriend and their two young 
daughters were also in the truck. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance also 
responded to the scene. The female and 
driver were transported to the SRMC. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185448
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Speak To Officer
327 FAIR AVE 1/2


Complainant: REX CURTIS


Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
Fair Ave in reference to a speak with officer 
report. Complainant, who lives in a duplex, 
advised that he was unhappy that his 
neighbor was parking directly in front of the 
residence because his elderly mother parks 
there when she comes to visit. Officers also 
learned that the complainant does not own 
a vehicle. 

Officers advised the complainant that the 
parking space on the street is public parking 
and anyone can park their vehicle there. 
Officers also spoke with the subject, who 
was refusing to move his vehicle a few feet 
to accommodate the situation. Both parties 
were advised of their options for dealing 
with the situation.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185447
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Suspicious Substance
PARK 300 BLOCK P SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND



Complainant: KIMBERLY LIPPIATT


Police responded to Centennial Park near 
the tennis court for a found item. The 
complainant found a bag with an unknown 
substance inside. The item was recovered 
and brought back to the station. The 
recovered item was then properly disposed 
of.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Sunday, August 12, 2018
08:04 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185438
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
196 W STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the above location and 
found that persons unknown used an 
unknown object to break out a 12x12 inch 
Payne glass window on the west side of the 
building by N. Howard. No entry appeared 
to have been gained.

Dispatch advised no information at time of 
report on owner.

Officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185439
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Criminal Damage To MV
627 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: SARAH SEDDON


Officer responded to the Aetna address and 
met with the complainant/victim who 
advised they had just moved to the address 
on N. Lincoln. They had parked their vehicle 
at approximately 1645hrs yesterday, Friday 
08-10-18 and this morning at approximately 
0507hrs they found that, person(s) 
unknown broke out the back window to their 
vehicle bearing Ohio registration, GEV4816.

The complainant/victim parked the vehicle 
in the garage on Aetna to keep it out of any 
weather.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185441
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Possible Shots Fired
1786 SHADY LN SALEM


Complainant: BRIAN SHOCKEY


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of shots fired, Officers spoke with 
the complainant who heard shots in the 
distance. While speaking with the 
complainant Officers heard the shots as 
well. 

It was determined the shots where in Perry 
Twp. on North Lincoln Ave near the four 
lane. Perry Twp Police were advised.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185442
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
239 S LUNDY AVE SALEM


Complainant: DAVID SHIVERS


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
some time during the night time hours 
person(s) unknown punched/broke out the 
south side center of the sign. Person(s) 
unknown placed the pieces on the front 
door stoop area in a neat pile.

Requests when possible extra watch.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185443
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Assist Perry Police
600 BLOCK OF OLIVE ST


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


Officer responded to the above location with 
Perry Twp. PD while they investigated a 
report. Nothing further needed.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185444
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Reckless Operator
N UNION AVE / E TENTH ST


Report of a reckless operator in the area of 
the above location. Officer responded and 
checked the surrounding areas, but the 
vehicle was not located.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185445
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Obstructed Roadway
2299 E STATE ST



Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a large hole in the curb lawn on 
the south side of the road.

Officer placed an orange cone and yellow 
caution tape around the hole and a note 
was left for the street department to check 
it.

It was no traffic problem.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185446
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Theft

Complainant: HERY SALAMANCA
Complainant: Edgar Garcia


Officer took a report of a theft from a 
residence on Columbia St. The complainant 
advised that a juvenile who previously 
resided at his residence, returned and stole 
items from him. The complainant had a gold 
necklace, money and a cell phone stolen. 
The complainant had since gotten his 
necklace and cell phone returned. The 
money is still missing and the necklace was 
reportedly returned half the length it 
originally was. 


Officer responded to the juveniles residence 
with an interpreter to speak with the juvenile 
and his father. He was advised of the 
consequences of his actions and possibility 
of being charged.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185437
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Suspicious Person
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARKING LOT


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


While checking Waterworth Park near the 
duck pond officer observed a male 
individual walking westbound across the lot 
after the park had closed for the night. 
Officer made contact and identified the 
individual who was taking a short cut 
through the park walking to W Ninth St. 
Officer affirmed the individual had no 
wants/warrants and advised him of the park 
hours. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185436
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Debris In Roadway
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E FIFTH SALEM


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


While on patrol officer observed a moderate 
sized limb down and obstructing the 
eastbound lane of E Fifth St near the 200 
block. Officer moved the limb and 
associated debris into the curb lawn. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185435
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Suspicious Activity
WATERWORTH PARK / SUPERIOR AVE. 
PARK PLAYGROUND 


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


Officer was northbound on Superior Ave 
after just turning off of N Lincoln Ave and 
observed two individuals walking at the 
entrance to Waterworth Park off of Superior 
Ave. Both individuals quickly moved off the 
street East into a thicket of trees near the 
southwest corner of Hope Cemetary. 

Officer arrived at that location and advised 
other units of the suspicious persons who 
were no longer any where in sight. A 
second officer began spotlighting the 
cemetery and a third officer on N Lincoln 
near Superior Ave had observed two figures 
running eastbound across N Lincoln Ave 
toward the area of Salem High School. 


Officers checked E Sixth St, FE Cope and E 
Ninth St but did not locate the individuals. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185434
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Suspicious Person
N LINCOLN AVE / E FIFTH ST 


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


While on patrol northbound on N Lincoln 
Ave near E Third St officer observed an 
individual in the area of E Fifth and N 
Lincoln that was heading westbound around 
the front of a building on the Northwest 
corner of the intersection.

Officer responded to that area and no 
longer observed the individual who was 
possibly riding a skateboard or bike.

Officer traveled around the block and upon 
arriving back at N Lincoln eastbound on E 
Fifth St, officer observed a tall thin 
individual with long hair in a pony tail 
standing near the southwest corner of an 
apartment building located at the southwest 
corner of the intersection. As officer drove 
that direction the individual walked at a 
brisk pace toward the back of the building. 

Officer turned into the parking lot behind the 
building and observed the individual had 
entered a laundry room in the basement 
level of the apartment building and was 
trying to hide behind the door. As as officer 
stopped the patrol vehicle the individual 
quickly left from behind the door North up a 
short hallway that lead to an apartment 
door. Officer knocked several times and 
heard voices inside, but nobody would 
answer the door. Officer will attempt contact 
at the apartment in the near future to follow 
up. The area was patrolled several times 
during the remainder of the shift. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185433
Date: Saturday, August 11,2018
Check Well Being
375 E FIFTH ST 


Complainant: DYLAN COOK


Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fifth St to check the well being of the 
subject. Complainant advised that he 
received a text message from the subject 
advising that he needed help. Officers 
made contact with the subject and he 
advised that he was okay. He did advise 
that he has a medical condition which he 
takes medication for, but denied medical 
attention. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185432
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
452 W FOURTH ST SALEM


Complainant: STEVEN BRYAN


On 8/10/2018 officers responded to the 400 
block of W Fourth Street in regards to a 
suspicious vehicle following the 
complainant. Upon arrival officers spoke 
with the complainant who knew the person 
that was following him and gave a brief 
explanation for the reason why. Officers 
then gathered the complainants information 
along with the alleged suspicious male's 
information.


Officers then responded to the 900 block of 
Jennings Ave to follow up with the 
suspicious male who was following the 
complainant. The male advised that he was 
not in the area at that time and had been 
home. Officers then advised the male 
subject of the complainant. Once he 
understood officers then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185431
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK 
PARK PLAYGROUND 


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


Officer observed two unoccupied vehicles 
parked in Centennial Park after closing 
hours. An owner for each was located in the 
park and advised of the park hours before 
they departed. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185430
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Loitering 
520 E PERSHING ST SALEM


Officers were dispatched to the above 
location in reference to a loitering 
complaint. Officers were advised that 
multiple subjects were outside the above 
business and using vulgar language. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subjects in a nearby parking lot and advised 
them of the complaint. The subjects advised 
that they weren't causing any problems, but 
were being cursed at by an employee of the 
business. They were advised per the 
request of the business personnel not to 
return to the business. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185429
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Loitering
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to several juveniles loitering in the 
area. Officers arrived on scene and 
checked the area but the subjects had left 
prior to our arrival.




Ptl. LaRosa  907/059





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185428
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
748 NEWGARDEN AVE 


Officer responded to the 700 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a report of a residence 
that had been burglarized. The resident 
advised that sometime this date between 
approximately 1830 hours and just prior to 
the time of the complaint, some person or 
persons had trespassed inside the 
residence and stole at least $425.00 after 
ransacking several rooms. Officer 
photographed several areas inside the 
residence. The residents were requested to 
contact the PD if anything was later 
discovered missing.



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185426
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Speak To Officer
1527 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Police responded to the 1500 block of 
Southeast Blvd. The complaintant wanted 
to speak to an officer about an incident the 
night before. The complainant stated they 
are having issues with the neighbors across 
the street causing stress. The complainant 
advised they feel the neighbors are 
attempting to initiate a conflict. The 
complainant was advised to contact Police 
during the event.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185425
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Protection Order Violation
291 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: HEIDI HOSTETTER


Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
N Madison Ave in reference to a protection 
order violation. Complainant advised that 
the subject was inside her residence after 
she had obtained a protection order against 
him. 

Upon arrival the subject had left the 
residence and went back to his residence 
across the street. Officers attempted to 
make contact with him, but he never came 
to the door. Officers learned that the 
protection order had been obtained earlier 
on this date and the subject had not yet 
been served. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185424
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
291 S BROADWAY AVE 


Complainant: WAYNE HAYS


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a criminal damaging complaint. 
Officer located an individual partially 
matching the subjects description , who the 
complainant advised had kicked and broke 
out a window at the church.

After further investigation the person was 
not able to be confirmed as the subject 
responsible. Officers took photos of the 
damaged window and checked the area for 
the subject but did not locate him.



Ptl. LaRosa  907/059




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185422
Date: Friday, August 10, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
491 REILLY AVE H 


Complainant: CHRISTOPHER COLLINS


Officer was dispatched to Reilly Stadium in 
reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant advised of approximately 7 
juveniles who were kicking the fence, 
attempting to gain access to the stadium. 
Upon arrival, multiple juveniles were located 
at the playground behind the stadium and 
officer made contact. They denied having 
kicked the fence. Officers cleared.




Ptl. Cochran 912-016




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Saturday, August 11, 2018
09:42 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185411
Date: Friday, August 10, 2018
Check Well Being
616 E STATE ST B
DOCTORS OFFICE



Officers responded to the above location for 
a check well being on a female subject who 
text her husband about possibly harming 
herself. 

Officers made contact with the female 
subject who stated she never text him that. 
She stated they had a verbal fight this 
morning before she left for work. She 
advised she was fine and didn't want to 
harm herself, just going through a rough 
patch.





Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185412
Date: Friday, August 10, 2018
Recovered Property


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 


Officer was on station and a male subject 
came in advising that he had found a cell 
phone in the yard at the SalemNews while 
cleaning up a pile of trash some one had 
dumped.

Officer was assisted by Sgt Green who 
found out the possible owner of the phone.

Officer called the number and left a 
message that the phone was here at this 
department.

Phone was placed in dispatch for the owner 
to pick up.


Ptl. French 041



Phone returned 08-10-18




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185413
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Speak TO Officer


The complainant called to speak with me 
reference the death of his brother this past 
week. He passed from natural causes.



Detective Brad Davis




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185416 
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Person To Be Removed
291 N MADISON AVE SALEM


Complainant: HEIDI HOSTETTER

Also see (refer to) report #20185387 

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and talked with the complainant who 
advised she had just gotten back from the 
court and she received a Protection Order.
(emergency).


The male subject has not been served 
since she just got back and it is in the 
process of being processed. Officer was 
advised by the complainant that she had 
returned home and found him attempting to 
gain entry into the residence beating on the 
door to let him in. The doors she had locked 
up while she was gone. She told the male 
she was calling this department and he 
went over to his fathers residence where he 
lived before and left the area.


The complainant then advised of the report 
from yesterday she wasn't sure which 
officer? See report number #20185387.


The complainant wanted to go on over the 
last four days of being held against her will 
in the residence with the male subject, then 
being assaulted with marks on her body 
and, the male busting up her place. Officer 
advised her she needed to come to the 
department and fill out a voluntary 
statement and all information would be 
added to the previous report so there wasn't 
any duplication. The photo's and statement 
would be sent to the prosecutor for review. 
She advised she would be in.


Officer(s) then went to the fathers residence 
on N. Madison (317) across High St directly 
at the corner from the complainants. Officer 
advised the father who was sitting outside 
about the protection order coming for his 
son and he needed to stay away from the 
residence. He advised he understood and if 
he seen his son he would advise him. 
Officer then attempted to make contact with 
the male subject at the residence which no 
one answered the door. The father advised 
he wasn't sure where his son was?


Officer advised the complainant of the 
situation and to come and do the paper 
work and she advised she would.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185418
Date: Friday, August 10, 2018
Check Well Being
375 E FIFTH ST


Officer responded to 375 E. 5th St. for a 
check well being report. The complainant 
advised that his co-worker has not shown 
up for work for a few days and he was 
concerned for his well being. Officers made 
contact at the residence and spoke with the 
individual for quite some time. He advised 
that he was fine and nothing was needed.



Sgt. D. Green / 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185419
Date: Friday, August 10, 2018
Check Well Being
794 E FIFTH ST SALEM


Complainant: KARA BRADFORD


Police responded to the 700 block of E. 5th 
St for a check well being. The complainant 
stated that the male (father) was going to 
run off with the juveniles. 

When making contact, the male stated he 
had spoken with the childrens mother as he 
was looking to possibly move. The male 
and the children appeared normal.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185420
Date: Friday. Auaust 10.2018
Theft
485 AETNA ST


Complainant: BRITTNEY KETCHUM


Police responded to the 400 block of Atena 
St for a possible theft. The complainant 
stated that she is missing the center caps 
off the rims of her vehicle. The complaintant 
believes that her brother had taken the caps 
off of her vehicle.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185421
Date: Friday, August 10, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
PARK 300 BLOCK C


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


Officer was on routine patrol east bound on 
E. Pershing approaching S. Union. Officer 
observed a black colored truck bearing 
Ohio registration, GWG2378 make a left 
hand turn off of S. Union onto E. Pershing 
heading east bound at a high rate of speed 
causing the rear of the vehicle (pick up 
truck) to fish tail back and forth. The vehicle 
had 5 young people inside. Officer effected 
a traffic stop on the vehicle and while on the 
stop the battery to the vehicle died.


The owner/operator was given a warning 
and a friend came by with another vehicle 
that jumped the truck and got it started. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185397
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
673 E THIRD ST


Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
Third St for a possible burglary in progress. 
The complainant advised four subjects were 
entering his neighbors residence. Officers 
made contact with the subjects on the back 
porch who advised they had recently moved 
back into the residence. 

Officers identified all the subjects and were 
recently made aware that the subject did in 
fact have permission to be at the residence.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185396
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
228 VINE AVE SALEM


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


While on patrol in the 200 blk of Vine, 
officer observed a known male with an 
active warrant out of this county. The 
warrant was confirmed and the subject was 
taken into custody, transported to this 
station and later released to ccso.



Arrested:
Dakota S. Mccluskey
DOB 1992
774 Hill Top Rd
Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Charge - Warrant



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185395
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1074 CLEVELAND ST SALEM


Complainant: JESSICA SNOW


Officer responded to the 1000 block of 
Cleveland St for a verbal dispute that 
started on the roadway. The complainant 
advised that someone almost struck her 
son while he was riding his bicycle near 
their residence. The driver started to get 
into a verbal altercation with the juvenile 
and followed him home. The driver then 
drove onto their front yard and continued 
the verbal altercation. The vehicle quickly 
left the area when the mother stated she 
was calling the police. 

Officer checked the area for the vehicle but 
was unable to locate it. The complainant 
was advised to contact the PD if the vehicle 
returned to the residence.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185394
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1000 BLOCK OF E THIRD SALEM


Officers responded to the 1000 block of E. 
Third St. for a motor vehicle crash. 

Unit 1 was traveling westbound on E. Third 
St. Unit 2 was traveling eastbound on E. 
Third St. The two vehicles struck each 
other's driver side mirrors.

There was no damage recorded and no one 
was cited for the crash.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185392 
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
200 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST SALEM


Unit 1 Driver: DUSTIN DORFF, SPILLWAY 
RD. LISBON, OH

Unit 2 Driver: CRYSTAL HARRISON, 
Salem, Oh


Officers responded to the 200 block of E. 
Third St. near N. Broadway Ave. for a report 
of a motor vehicle crash.


Upon arrival officers spoke to both parties. 
Both parties advised that there were no 
injuries and only damage to the vehicles. It 
was established that Unit 1 was traveling 
eastbound on E. Third St. Unit 2 was 
traveling westbound on E. Third St. Unit 1 
turned left in front of Unit 2 to pull into a 
private driveway and was struck by Unit 2. 
The operator of Unit 1 was cited for the 
crash.


CITED:
DUSTIN DORFF  DOB 1990
ADDRESS 7391 SPILLWAY RD. LISBON, 
OH 44432
OFFENSE- RIGHT OF WAY WHEN 
TURNING LEFT / ORD 313.17



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185388
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
440 N BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Complainant: REBECCAA HARTLEY

Complainant on station to report being 
harassed by phone by a subject known to 
her. under investigation. 



Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185386
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Runaway / Missing
254 ROSE AVE SALEM 


Officers responded to an unattended 
juvenile in the 200 blk of Rose Ave. Upon 
arrival the complaints advised they were 
driving south on Rose when a 2 yr old girl 
darted out in front of them going from west 
to east. The girl had no parent around and 
disappeared to the east behind some 
houses. 

Officers and Salem Fire Dept checked the 
area for the girl. Department contacted an 
interpreter who was able to contact the 
mother of the girl and we eventually were 
able to locate her in the home. Multiple 
attempts were made at the home residence 
without answer. A older sibling was 
supposed to be watching the girl but 
apparently had fallen asleep. 

The mother was advised of the situation 
over the phone by interpreter. Officers 
cleared and a report will be sent to 
Children's Services for followuP.



Ptl. Banar901




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Salem Police Department Incident #: 
20185402
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Suspicious Person
110 BENTON RD SALEM


Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Benton Rd. for a report of a female acting 
suspicious. Complainant advised it 
appeared as if the female was attempting to 
hide a bag and was ducking down. The 
female then reportedly walked down the 
alley to some storage units. 

Upon arrival, officer was flagged down who 
advised the female had just got into a 
vehicle and pointed the vehicle out. 

Officer stopped the vehicle and made 
contact with the female in the passenger 
seat of the vehicle. She was identified and 
advised she just got off of work at 
Annabell's Restaurant.


Officers did confirm her story with and sent 
her on her way. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185403
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Public Assist
491 REILLY AVE D


Complainant: SHAYLA KNIGHTEN


Officer responded to Reilly Stadium to 
assist a female complainant. The 
complainant advised she had been walking 
the track at the stadium and went and used 
the restroom, which was unlocked. She 
advised she set her purse down and forgot 
it when she left the restroom and that the 
door locked behind her with her purse still in 
the restroom.

Officer made contact with the head of 
maintenance and made him aware of the 
issue. He advised he would retrieve the 
property first thing in the morning and bring 
it to the police dept. The complainant was 
advised to pick her property up tomorrow at 
the police dept.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185404
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Dog At Large
622 WASHINGTON AVE SALEM



Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Washington Ave. for dog at large. The dog 
owners advised that their two dogs had 
escaped their kennel earlier in the day 
however one of the dogs had returned 
home. Officers noted a description of the 
dog and advised the owners that they would 
be contacted if the dog was found. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185405
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
Suspicious Person
180 W STATE ST
PARKING LOT


Complainant: KING, PTL


Officers were on patrol in the 100 block of 
E. State St. when they located three males 
skate boarding in the parking lot of a closed 
business. Officers made contact with the 
males and advised them that they could not 
skateboard there. The three left on foot. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185406
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Ambulance Needed
1527 SOUTHEAST BLVD


Complainant: ASHLEY MARROULIS

Officers responded to the 1500 blk of S.E. 
blvd. for a medical emergency. Complainant 
advised she was suffering from a medical 
issue. 

EMT & Salem Fire Dept. First Responders 
arrived on scene and the complainant was 
transported to SRMC for evaluation by EMT 
Ambulance.




Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185407
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
Assist Perry Police
965 ELBERON


Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD


Officers assisted the Perry Township Police 
Department with a warrant arrest attempt in 
the 900 block of Elberon.

Officers had negative contact at the 
residence and cleared without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185409
Date: Friday, August 10,2018
Suspicious Activity
477 AETNA ST


Officer responded to the 400 block of Aetna 
St. after the complainant reported seeing 
flashlights near an abandoned residence. 
Upon arrival, officer checked around the 
residence and found it to be secure. Officer 
did not encounter any person(s) in the area 
and cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185410
Date: Friday, August 10, 2018
Check Well Being
207 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: SHAWN POEGGE


Officers responded to the 200 blk of 
Jennings for a well being check. 
Complainant advised the male subject that 
was at the residence watching the children 
was not allowed to be there. Upon arrival, 
officer spoke to the male in question who 
advised he did have permission to be there 
and was watching the home owners 
children. 

Officers did speak with the home owner via 
phone, who did advise the male did have 
permission to be there.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185401
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Recovered Property
239 W STATE ST


Officer responded to the Family Dollar 
located at 239 W. State St. for a recovered 
property report. 

Complainant advised of finding an empty 
purse in the trash can in the parking lot. 
Upon arrival, officer took possession of the 
purse and transported it to the police dept. 
where it will be placed into the lost and 
found. Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185400
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
PARKING LOT

Complainant: MORGAN GASKILL, 
QUEENSWAY ST E LIVERPOOL, OH

Officer responded to the 1100 blk of E. 6th 
for a private property hit skip accident. 
Complainant advised that upon returning to 
her vehicle, she was advised by a subject 
that an unknown truck backed into her 
vehicle and left the scene. 

Complainants vehicle had minimal damage 
to the drivers side rear bumper. 
Complainant was given a report number 
prior to leaving the scene.




Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185399
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Assist Other Agency
COURT DR 
PARK PLAYGROUND 


Officers responded to Centennial Park at 
the basketball courts due to profanity being 
used excessively. 

Officers made contact with the subjects and 
were advised to stop the foul language. The 
parks manager advised he was going to 
speak with the three individuals causing the 
most problems but only one subject would 
admit to the profanity being used. 

The parks manager advised all the subjects 
to leave for the evening since they did not 
want to cooperate. The male subject that 
admitted to the profanity was trespassed 
from the park for a year but was advised he 
could appeal the trespass at the next Parks 
Dept. meeting.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185398
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Solicitor(s)
2875 E STATE ST C
PARKING LOT


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for solicitors in the parking lot with 
small juveniles. Officer made contact with 
the subjects and advised them they could 
not solicit for money inside the city. The 
subjects spoke very little English but did 
leave the area.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Friday, August 10, 2018
08:04 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185304
Date: Monday, August 6,2018
Assist Perry Police
W STATE ST / IDAHO


Complainant: CCSO


K9 Simon was deployed at the request of 
Perry Twp PD on W. State St. near Idaho. 
K9 Simon indicated to the presence of 
narcotic odor during a K9 free air sniff. A 
search of the vehicle recovered contraband 
and officers




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185360
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Fight
792 E SIXTH ST



Dispatch advised of a fight involving a male 
riding a bike and having a firearm. This 
occurred on or near the 700 blk of E. Sixth 
St. 

Two males had a physical confrontation 
with one brandishing a handgun He then 
fled southbound on the bike. Officers were 
in the area already and spoke with the male 
on E Sixth and the male on the bike. Male 
on the bike was detained at Smith Oil and 
then charged and brought to the PD for 
booking. A 9mm handgun was found and 
secured by officer. 

Statements were taken and case was 
double checked with prosecutor's office for 
various charges. Ultimately the male on the 
bike was charged and taken to County Jail.


defendant: David M. Miller
476 S. Union Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
dob: 1962
arrest # 18-0685
charged with: criminal mischief
assault
aggravated menacing




Ptl.Banar 901




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185362
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Recovered Property 
2424 E STATE ST


Complainant: John Sneltzer


Complainant on station to turn in a womans 
wallet that had been located inside the city.  
officers took possession of the item and it 
was placed into the Dept lost and found.





Ptl. Keister



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185363
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Check Well Being
737 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Officer(s) responded to the700 block of 
North Ellsworth to check on the welfare of a 
city resident. On arrival officers located the 
person in question and spoke with him. Due 
to the circumstances the man was 
voluntarily transported to the ER by 
ambulance for evaluation Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185379
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
KEY- MV Lockout
2875 E STATE ST E SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a report of a vehicle with 
the keys locked inside. On arrival officers 
were able to gain entry to the vehicle 
without incident Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185381
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
Graffiti (Spray Paint)
678 OHIO AVE SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 600 block of 
Ohio for a report of graffiti. On arrival 
officers located the graffiti in question on a 
building in the alley behind one of the 
residences The graffiti in question appeared 
to be old. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185383
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
Skaters / Bicycles In Roadway
1761 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Police responded to the 1700 block of E. 
State St for a motorized wheelchair in the 
roadway. When Police arrived that subject 
was unable to be located.




Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185384
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
Fraud 
2401 E STATE ST A


Complainant: Thad Mercer


Complainant on station to report that 
someone unknown to him had used his 
credit card in the city without his knowledge 
or permission. Officers spoke with the 
complainant and advised him that the report 
would have to be made with his local police 
Dept (Perry Twp.) first. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185385
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
Suspicious Substance
SALEM PARKWAY B 


Officer(s) responded to the 1000 block of 
the Salem Parkway for a report of a 
suspicious substance. On arrival officers 
spoke with a representative of the business. 
The person stated that they had fired a 
employee earlier in the day and that they 
had then found a unknown substance on 
the floor.  Officers took possession of the 
item and it will be turned over to the DTF. 
Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185387
Date: Thursday, August 9,2018
Civil Matter
291 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: HEIDI HOSTETTER


Officers arrived at the above location and 
spoke to the complainant who wanted a 
male subject removed from her residence. 
The complainant was advised of the 
process for eviction to have the person 
removed since he has established 
residency. 

The complainant was also advised on the 
process for filing charges on the male 
subject for assault and obtaining a 
protection order. 

The complainant then began to voice her 
displeaseure at officers since we wouldnt 
do anything about her being assaulted and 
not doing anything with the male subct. This 
officer again explained the process of filing 
charges, filing for eviction and also 
obtaining a protection order if thats what 
she needed. 

Since the male subject was not located in 
the residence officers decided to leave.



Lt. David L. Casto/#014




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185361
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse/
1078 E THIRD ST SALEM

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

Officer assisted the Columbiana County 
Drug Task Force with a meth lab 
investigation.



Chief J.T. Panezott S1/077




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185365
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Harassment


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about a situation concerning a 
person she had spoken with on social 
media. Officers advised the complainant of 
the options for dealing with the situation.



Ptl R Keister 056/906



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185366
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Dog At Large 
ROSE AVE / E FOURTH ST SALEM


Officers responded to the area of E. Third 
St. and Vine Ave for a dog that had gotten 
loose. Officers located the dog running 
westbound on E. Third but were unable to 
catch it. Officers made contact with the dog 
owner who lived in the area and were 
attempting to retrieve the dog. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185367
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Domestic In Progress
S UNION AVE / MAPLE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the area of S Union 
Ave and Maple St for a domestic in 
progress. The complainant advised that two 
subjects were verbally arguing but it 
appeared that it may get physical. Officers 
made contact with the subjects who advised 
they were only having a verbal altercation. 

Both subjects were advised to try to be civil 
and keep the noise level down.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185368
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Possible Scam
1213 E ELEVENTH ST SALEM

Complainant: JACK LEIPPER


Officer responded to 1213 E. 11th St. to 
speak with the male complainant in 
reference to a possible scam.

Information was collected and investigation 
is pending. Officer cleared.




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185369
Date: Wednesday, August 8.2018
Accident No Injury Reported
W STATE ST / N HOWARD AVE

TWO VEHICLE NOWINJURY CRASH


Officer responded to the intersection of W. 
State St. and N. Howard Ave. for a report of 
a two vehicle no injury crash. 

Upon arrival, both vehicles were pulled off 
to the side of the roadway. Upon 
investigation it was found the operator of 
unit#1, Madeleine L. Hinkle was traveling 
westbound on W. State St. passing through 
the intersection of N. Howard Ave. in her 
2016 Jeep Wrangler when she was struck 
in the rear passenger side tire by unit#2, a 
2018 Jeep Cherokee being driven by the 
owner, Kyle Hissom. 

Unit#2 was traveling southbound on N. 
Howard Ave. and entered into the 
intersection of W. State St. as unit#l was 
passing through. Minor damage was 
observed to the passenger side rear tire of 
unit#l and functional damage was observed 
to the front of uniM2. 

Both drivers stated they each had the green 
light. No citations were issued and all 
parties were advised to contact their 
insurance companies. Both vehicles were 
driven from the scene. Officer cleared.



Unit#1 Driver: Madeleine L. Hinkle, 12090 
Malmsberry Rd., Beloit, OH 44609
Unit#1 Owner: Todd Hinkle, 12090 
Malmsberry Rd., Beloit, OH 44609



Unit#2 Driver/Owner: Kyle A. Hissom, 365 
Plymouth Place, Salem, OH 44460




Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185371
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Child Custody Dispute
290 W FOURTEENTH ST SALEM


Officers took a complaint over the 
telephone of a custody dispute. The father 
of the juvenile contacted the station and 
advised officers that his child who often 
times goes to visit the grandmother was not 
returned home on time.

Officers gathered information from the male 
over the phone and were attempting to 
track down the juvenile. While doing so the 
male again contacted the station to advise 
that the juvenile had been returned home. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185372
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
NEWGARDEN 500 BLOCK B SALEM


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to the area of American 
Standard on Newgarden Ave. for a report of 
a juvenile playing in the roadway. Upon 
arrival, officers checked the area but were 
unable to locate the juvenile in question.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185374
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Civil Matter
1220 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM


Complainant: AARON McDEVITT


Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Franklin Ave for a civil matter. The 
complainant advised his girlfriend would not 
return his apartment key that he had given 
to her in the past. He was advised that the 
matter was a civil issue.

The complainant was intoxicated and was 
unable to obtain a ride from a valid sober 
driver. The male subject was given a 
courtesy transport to his residence inside 
the city. Officer spoke with the female 
subject who stated she had given the key 
back earlier in the evening.




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185375
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Suspicious Person
1078 E THIRD ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to 1078 E. Third St. for 
a report of a suspicious female subject on 
the property. Upon arrival, the female was 
not on the property but located at her 
residence a short distance away. She 
advised she was supposed to pick up some 
property from the tenants of the incident 
address. 

The female was advised not to return to the 
property. Officers cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith S8/081




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185377
Date: Thursday, August 9, 2018
OVI Arrest
1220 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Franklin Ave for a vehicle driving past 
honking the horn. The complainant advised 
that it was a male subject that officers had 
dealt with earlier in the evening. 

Officers located the vehicle on Hawley Ave 
near E Third St. Officers initiated a traffic 
stop with the vehicle on Highland Ave near 
E Third St. The driver was found to be 
impaired and taken into custody for OVI. 

The driver was transported to Salem Police 
Department to be processed and booked. 
While enroute to Columbiana County Jail 
the male subject had purposely struck his 
head and Winona Fire Dept. first 
responders and KLG responded to the 
scene. 

The male subject was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center to be treated for 
the laceration. While at the hospital the 
male subject became combative and was 
restrained. He was additionally charged 
with disorderly conduct and transported to 
Columbiana County Jail once released by 
hospital staff.



Arrested: Aaron J. McDevitt
DOB: 1981
Address: 1026 E Fourth St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19A1a and 
4511.19A2b and Disorderly Conduct ORC 
2917.11(B)(2)




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185268
Date: Saturday, August 4,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1200 B LOCK OF E THIRD ST 


Officer responded to the 1200 block of E 
Third St for a motor vehicle accident without 
injury. Unit #1 was backing out of a private 
driveway. Unit #2 was legally parked on the 
roadway on E Third St. Unit #1 backed into 
the roadway and the rear passenger side 
struck the driver side of Unit #2 (Unit #2 
Owner: HV CONTRACTORS INC, Poland, 
Oh). 

Pictures were taken of the damage done to 
both vehicles and the owner was contacted 
about the parked vehicle. The driver of Unit 
#1 was issued a citation.


Cited: Angeline M. Gouldsberry
DOB: 1988
Address: 421 Maple St, Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Charge: Starting and Backing of Vehicle 
Unsafely city ordinance 331.13




Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Thursday, August 09, 2018
07:45 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185352
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Check Well Being
E STATE ST / N UNION AVE SALEM


Officers responded to the area of Union 
Ave. and E. State St. for a welfare check on 
and individual in a wheel chair.

Officers made contact with the subject who 
advised that everything was ok he was just 
on his way home from the store. Officers 
advised that if he needed anything else to 
give us a call and that we would come back 
out and assist.




Ptl. Connoly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185356
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018


Keys were found in the 400 blk of E. 
Second St. and brought to this dept for 
safekeeping or until an owner comes to 
claim. 




Banat901





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185357
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Check Well Being
483 E EUCLID ST SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
East Euclid to check on the welfare of a city 
resident On arrival officer's spoke with the 
person in question After speaking with 
office's the man was voluntarily transported 
to the ER for evaluation. Officers cleared.




Ptl R Keister 056/906





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185359
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Check Well Being
1152 ORCHARD BEND DR


Reporting officer responded to the above 
location along with Det Talbert and spoke to 
a male juvenile at the residence. 

After speaking with the and determining that 
he was all right officers then cleared

1439 hrs, Officers returned again to speak 
with the male juvenile after he had sent 
pictures to a relative and making statment 
of harming himself. The juvenile was not 
located in the residence this time and was 
texting that he was out walking. Finally at 
approx 1530 hrs the male juvenile walked 
out of the woods at Memorial Park and met 
with officers and family. The juvenile was 
then transported to SRMC by EMT 
Ambulance. Officers then cleared.



Lt. David L. Casto/#014




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185316
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Speak To Officer
718 E THIRD ST


Officer was dispatched to the area of E 
Third Street and N Lincoln Avenue to speak 
with a female subject. Officer responded 
and the complainant advised she wanted to 
know if it was okay to stay in the area until 
morning as she did not have a place to go.

After speaking further with the subject a taxi 
was contacted and transported her to the 
Holiday Inn on E. State Street.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185322
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Suspicious Person
ROOSEVELT AVE / E STATE ST A 


Officer responded to the area of the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for a report of two 
suspicous males who were asked multiple 
times to leave the property. Hospital staff 
advised officer that the two subjects were 
messing around in one of the buildings 
across from the hospital and were told to 
leave the property. About an hour later the 
two subjects were located in the hospitals 
parking garage and told again to leave. 

Officer located the two subjects sitting on 
the ground near Taco Bell. The two subjects 
advised officer that they were told to leave 
the hospitals property and that they didn't 
have any need for medical attention, that 
they just wanted somewhere to sleep and 
charge their phones.


Hospital staff advised officer that they did 
wish to press charges against the two 
subjects for tresspassing after being told to 
leave the property. Both subjects were 
advised of this and were told not to return to 
the hospital property unless they needed 
medical care. 

Both subjects were placed in custody and 
taken back to the Salem Police Department 
for processing.



Arrested: Mason A. Taylor
DOB: 2000
Offense: Criminal Tresspass ORC 
2911.21(A)(4)


Arrested: Jarrod L. Westover
DOB: 2000
Offense: Criminal Tresspass ORC 
2911.21(A)(4)



Ptl. J. Brooks  914-009 08/07/18





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185339
Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
214 S LINCOLN AVE 2


Officers responded to the 200 block S. 
Lincoln Ave. for an Unruly Juvenile. 

Officers along with the FD arrived and the 
juvenile was transported to Akron Children's 
Hospital in Boardman for evaluation.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185340
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Recovered Property
840 W PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: ROBERT HALL


Officer met with the complainant on station 
who brought in a street sign (school bus) 
advising they were cleaning out a residence 
on W. Pershing and it was left by the 
previous tenants.

Officer placed the sign in the back lobby 
until street department could pick it up.




Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185341
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
COURT DR 

Officers responded to the area of Court Dr. 
near the park for a possible use of 
narcotics. Officers arrived in the area and 
had negative contact with the subjects in 
question.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185343
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
117 VINE AVE



Officers responded to the 100 block of Vine 
Ave for a report of an individual loitering in 
the area who appeared to the caller to 
possibly be intoxicated. 

Officer arrived on scene and observed a 
male individual standing on the sidewalk 
who was acting erratically, flailing his arms 
in a violent manner and talking to himself. 
The individual was initially oblivious to the 
presence of this officer and did not respond 
to this officer until after several attempts to 
communicate with him. Officer requested 
the individual sit down in the grass of the 
curb lawn and the individual complied, but 
continued to randomly flail his arms and 
display sudden outbursts which seemed to 
be outside the individuals ability to control. 

The individual was fully cooperative, but 
while speaking with him, he would be 
extremely hyper and suddenly appear to fall 
asleep, being unresponsive for 
approximately five to ten second intervals, 
and suddenly snapping back to being hyper 
again. 

The individual stated he had not used any 
illicit drugs, however his behavior appeared 
to be symptoms of a possible drug 
overdose, therefore Salem First 
Responders and an Ambulance were 
requested to respond to the scene. Medical 
personnel determined that the individuals 
symptoms could quickly worsen, therefore 
EMT Ambulance subsequently transported 
the individual to Salem Regional Medical 
Center for further observation and 
treatment. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185344
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
WOOD LAND AVE / OAK ST 


Officer responded to the area of Woodland 
and Oak for a report of several juveniles 
riding their bikes in the roadway.

Officer did locate the juveniles and advised 
them of the complaint and to ride on the 
sidewalk.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009 08/07/18



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185345
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
100 BLOCK OF S UNION


While on patrol officer located a disabled 
vehicle in the 100 block of S.Union Ave. 
The driver of the vehicle advised officer that 
the serpentine belt broke and he couldn't 
steer the vehicle. The driver advised he had 
AAA. Officer called AAA to the scene and 
stood by until they removed the vehicle 
from the roadway.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185346
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Assist Perry Police
157 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: OFFICE, SHERIFFS 8473 
COUNTY HOME RD LISBON, OH 44432 

ARA JARVIS, JOHN W 157 N MADISON 
AVE SALEM, OH 44460

Officer responded to the 100 block of N. 
Madison Ave. to Assist Perry Township PD 
in checking for a male subject who had 
pending charges out of Perry Township. 
Officers did locate the male subject hiding 
inside the residence.

Perry Township placed the subject into their 
custody and transported him back to their 
PD for processing.



Ptl. J.Brooks/914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185347
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Suspicious Person
1527 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM


Complainant: ASHLEY MARROULIS


Officer responded to the 1500 block of 
Southeast Blvd. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that she 
watched her security cameras from a few 
hours prior to her calling and heard what 
sounded like a person knocking on her 
window. The complainant advised officer 
that she wanted a report on file. 

Officer advised the complainant to call if 
she sees or hears anyone outside.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 08/08/18




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185348
Date: Wednesday, August 8,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1376 E STATE ST SALEM


On 8181201 8 officers responded to the 
1300 block of E State Street in regards to a 
dispute taking place in the area.

Upon arrival officers met up with the victims 
who stated that they were outside doing 
their job when two male subjects came up 
to them and started to verbally harass them. 
The victims also stated that one of the two 
male subjects then threw something on 
them and then took off North bound.

Officers scanned the area looking for the 
two male subjects with negative results. 
After further investigation officers spoke 
with a staff member of a business near by 
and were able to gather further information. 
Investigation pending.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185349
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Speak To Officer
1125 ESTATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION


On 8/8/2018 officers were in the area of the 
1100 block and was flagged down by a 
male subject. Officers then spoke with said 
male subject who was in need of help 
because he had ran out of gas. The subject 
then bought gas and officers then provided 
a courtesy transport over to where his 
vehicle was parked. Once on scene the 
subject was then dropped off and officers 
then cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185350
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Theft
674 E SIXTH ST 5


Complainant: KIMBERLY EDIE


Officer responded to the 600 block of E. 
Sixth St. to take a report of theft. The 
complainant advised officer that she stayed 
at a known male subjects house for two 
nights, left her prescription medication at his 
residence and that the subject is refusing to 
return them to her. 

Officers will attempt contact with the male 
subject before sending the matter to the 
prosecutors office for charges.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914-009 08/08/18




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185351
Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Ambulance Needed
340 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officers responded to an unknown medical 
problem at a residence in the 300 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave. Upon gaining entry officers 
made contact on the second floor and 
affirmed all was OK. Salem First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance tended to 
the individual and officers cleared. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Wednesday, August 08, 2018
07:58 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185324
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
1281 FAIRVIEW AVE SALEM


Officers responded to the above location to 
assist the Fire Department with lines down 
in the roadway, the cable wires were 
removed from the roadway.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185325
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
W SCHOOL ST / E SIXTH ST SALEM


Complainant:  ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Report of tree limbs down in the roadway in 
the above area. Upon arrival, this officer 
removed the limbs and placed them on the 
curb lawn for the street dept. to pick up.



Ptl. Miller 067



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185326 
Date: Tuesday, August 7,2018
Recovered Bicycle
291 S LINCOLN AVE 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a recovered bicycle. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated the bicycle was in 
the parking lot in front of his business.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185327
Date: Tuesday, August 7,2018
Public Assist
1913 E STATE ST


Report of traffic control needed at the above 
business. Upon arrival, this officer provided 
traffic control while they backed trucks into 
their bays to be unloaded.



Ptl. Miller 067




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185328
Date: Tuesday, August 7,2018
Check Well Being
2140 MONROE ST


Complainant:  DOROTHY FALOBA, 
LISBON, OH 44432


Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the complainant who advised 
that a white male subject wearing shorts, t-
shirt, tall, skinny and carrying a cat cage 
advised he needed food for his cat. There 
was no cat inside the carrier.


Complainant advised he was last seen 
headed in a northwest direction through the 
parking lot towards Pershing by the Circle 
building.


Officer checked the area and was unable to 
locate the male.



Ptl. French 041



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185329
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
MV Lockout
1913 E STATE ST


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


Officer had just cleared report #20185328 
and was stopped by workers at the above 
location. They advised that a vehicle in the 
parking lot had it's keys locked inside and 
the delivery driver was attempting to get the 
vehicle unlocked. They requested officer to 
help.

As officer was getting the waiver of 
damages form out, they advised never mind 
the driver had gotten the vehicle unlocked.


Ptl. French 041




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185330
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
E STATE ST / PARK DR SALEM


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


Reporting officer observed a large branch 
lying in the west bound lane of E State St at 
Park Drive. This officer pulled the branch up 
onto the curblawn and had dispatch notify 
the Street Department to clean it up. Officer 
then cleared.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185331
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Obstructed Roadway
E PERSHING ST / S UNION A SALEM


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male and female subjects 
pushing a baby stroller in the roadway. The 
subjects left the area prior to Officers 
arrival.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185332
(Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
936 S LUNDY AVE


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a tree limb down in the alley way. 
Officers located the tree limb and the road 
department was notified.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185333
Date: Tuesdav, August 7.2018
Domestic In Progress
944 E FOURTH ST A SALEM


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
in reference to a domestic in progress. As 
this officer arrived in the front of the 
residence this officer observed a known 
male subject one, Nathan Courtney place 
some thing in the southeast corner bushes 
of the residence when he came from 
around the edge of the residence.

Officer talked with Mr. Courtney who 
advised that there was no physical 
involvement with his live in girl friend but he 
did bust a couple things that belonged to 
him in the garage.

Officer(s) did make contact with the live in 
girl friend who advised that it was only 
verbal but he (Courtney) did bust the T.V.

It was found that no physical violence had 
occurred and he had left on his own. The 
girl friend advised that he got upset and she 
asked him to leave because she knows 
when he gets up set he has to go away to 
cool off.

Officer contacted K-9 Officer Garber and his 
partner Simon who came and Simon 
checked the area giving a positive hit on the 
bush area where the plastic bag had been 
placed.

All appeared to be fine and officer(s) 
cleared.

Officer then went to a residence on E. 3rd 
St (700blk) and Mr. Courtney was issued an 
MM citation for Possession of Marijuana 
2925.11 and he was given a court date of 
Tuesday, 0814-18 at 8:30 A.M. for the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.

The plastic bag containing the material 
(marijuana) was placed into evidence.



Cited: Nathan Courtney
944 E. 4th St
Salem, Ohio 44460
D.O.B. 1987
Citation issued: possession of Marijuana 
2925.1 1 (A)(1)




Ptl. French 041





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185334
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Animal Complaint
969 W WILSON ST A


Officers responded to the above address for 
a possible fight inside the residence 
between two pit bulls. 

Upon arrival, it was found that the dogs 
were not fighting, but rather playing with 
one another. The chain collar on the one 
dog somehow got wrapped/stuck together 
to the other dog. This caused the two to be 
stuck together by their necks, cutting the 
airway off to the dog wearing the chain 
collar. 

The collar became wrapped so tight that the 
dog wearing the chain was bleeding from 
around the neck. Officer was able to 
retrieve bolt cutters from the cruiser and the 
owner cut the chain freeing both dogs. The 
injuries turned out to be superficial and both 
animals were fine and in good spirits.



Sgt. D. Green  051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185335
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Accident MV vs Pedestrian
1423 S LUNDY AVE A SALEM
SPARKLE MARKET



Unit#1 ,2004 HYUN 4s BLK, Driver/Owner: 
DONALD STOFFER 


PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT


The driver of Unit#l advised that he was 
attempting to park his vehicle when his foot 
slipped off the break and hit a female 
subject walking in the parking lot of the 
above business. The Salem F.D., KLG 
responded to the scene and she was 
transported to the Salem E.R. by KLG. 

Contact was made with a family member of 
the female subject to get the grandson and 
her vehicle.



Ptl. Miller 067




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185336
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant:  BRADLEY 

Report of a drive off from the above noted 
location. The complainant advised that the 
driver of a red Ford Focus pumped $20.04 
worth of fuel and then left without rendering 
payment. Officer checked the area 
reported, but the vehicle was not located.



Sgt. D. Green 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185337
Date: Tuesday, August 7,2018
Assist Perry Police
1245 W STATE ST


Complainant:  CCSO


Officers responded to the 1200 block of W. 
State St. to assist Perry TWP police on a 
burglary. Officers assisted Perry TWP in 
clearing the residence with negative contact 
inside. Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. Connolly 918/099




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185301
Date: Monday, August 6,2018
Menacing By Stalking
1015 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM
CEMETERY 


Complainant contacted this department and 
advised that she was walking at the park. 
She advised that a vehicle was in the 
cemetery for an extended period of time 
and she felt that the two males were 
following her. Officer located the vehicle in 
question, which had a female driving and a 
male passenger. Officer was familiar with 
the individuals and the complainant was 
advised that everything was fine and they 
were there for other business.



Sgt. D. Green / 051




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185300
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Check Well Being
675 ARCH ST


Complainant:  LORI RUSYN


Officers responded to the above location to 
check the well being of a male subject. The 
complainant stated her brother left a 
disturbing letter at her residence. Officers 
made contact with the male subject who 
said he was just going through a divorce 
right now. Officers advised him to call his 
sister.




Ptl. M.Wirkner 915/092




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185299
Date: Monday, August 6,2018
Vandalism / Desecration
568 E STATE ST A SALEM
DOCTORS OFFICE

Complainant:  THOMAS PETERS, 
CANFIELD, OH 44406 


Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of criminal damage. The 
complainant advised that someone put 
some type of glue into both door locks of his 
business. The key holes were filled with the 
glue, leaving the complainant unable to 
make entry into his business. No further 
damage was reported, nor observed.



Sgt. D. Green 051



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185298
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
SOUTHEAST BLVD / TANGLEWOOD 



Report of a landscaping company causing a 
traffic hazard in the above area. Upon 
arrival, the landscaping vehicles were not 
causing a traffic hazard and they had taken 
all the safety precautions.



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185302
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Traffic Offense 
E STATE ST / N LINCOLN AVE 


Police responded to the area of E. State St 
and N. Lincoln Ave in regards to traffic. Due 
to part of E. State St being closed traffic 
was backed up in the turning lane. Police 
directed traffic out of the lane then moved 
cones to block it off.



Ptl Osberg #916/070



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185303
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST A 
GIANT EAGLE GROCERY


UNIT # 1  Driver/Owner: WILLIAM HANNAY 

UNIT # 2  Driver/Owner: DIANE BANAR 



Police responded to Giant Eagle parking lot 
for a private property accident. While in the 
drive thru for the pharmacy Unit #1 slightly 
struck the back end of Unit #2. Unit #1 had 
no visual damage to the front end. Unit #2 
looked to have a slight scratch on the rear 
bumper. Both drivers advised of no injury. 
Both vehicles were able to be driven from 
the scene.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185305
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
2586 E STATE ST A SALEM

Police responded to the 2500 block of E. 
State St for a disabled vehicle. When Police 
arrived the vehicle was already safely off of 
the roadway.




Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185306
Date: Monday, August 6,2018
Check Well Being
941 E SIXTH ST


Report of a check well being at the above 
address. Upon arrival, this officer spoke 
with the male subject for several minutes. 
He was found to be ok, that nothing else 
was needed and this officer cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. Miller 067




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185307
Date: Monday, August 6,2018
Child Abuse 


While on station officer spoke to a 
complainant who advised officer that an 
unknown juvenile came to her house and 
told her that his mom's boyfriend was trying 
to harm him. Officer wasn't able to get ahold 
of the juveniles mother. 

The juvenile's father came to the station to 
pick him up. The matter is being sent to 
children services and the prosecutors office 
for possible charges.



Ptl. Brooks 914-009




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185309
Date: Monday, August 6,2018
speak TO officer
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPITAL


Complainant:  REBECCA DICKEY,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431


Officer was dispatched to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center to speak with a 
female subject about neglect. Officer 
responded and was advised by hospital 
staff that the female complainant was 
treated and then to be transferred to 
another facility, but she refused to go in the 
transport vehicle. The hospital stated she 
attempted to check back in to the hospital, 
but refused treatment and was discharged. 

Officer made contact with the complainant 
who advised she was having problems with 
the hospital and that she just wanted to go 
to Arbys to get something to eat while she 
waited on her ride. Officer transported the 
female to Arbys due to her not being able to 
walk that far.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185310
Date: Monday, August 6,2018
Recovered Property
SHARP AVE / W. PERSHING ST


Police responded to Arch St at the VFW for 
found property. An ederly male found a 
phone in his yard at the corner W. Pershing 
St and Sharp Ave. Police recovered the 
phone and placed it in found property.



Ptl Osberg #916/070




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185311
Date: Monday, August 6,2018
Check Up / Unit Assist
PAINTER RD / WESTERN RESERVE RD


While on patrol officer observed Perry 
Township Police stopped on Painter Rd 
near Western Reserve with the over head 
lights activated. Officer stopped to assure 
the officer did not need any assistance and 
learned that he was diverting traffic away 
from Egypt Rd due to a tree down across 
that road. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185313
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Runaway / Missing
729 FRANKLIN AVE


Complainant:  MISTY PRATER


Officer was dispatched to the police 
department in reference to a runaway 
juvenile. Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that her daughter 
left a residence in the 700 block of Franklin 
Avenue with out permission and stated she 
was going to Memorial Park. The 
complainant advised they attempted to 
locate the juvenile for several hours. 

While speaking with the complainant, her 
daughter called and stated she was in the 
600 block of E. Third Street. The juvenile 
was picked up by a family friend and 
brought to the police department. Officer 
spoke with the juvenile about her actions 
and she advised she knew she was wrong. 

Officer was advised that the juvenile had 
just been released a few days ago from 
Tobin and has a probation officer. The 
juvenile was advised that any further 
incidents could lead her back to Tobin.



Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185315
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
E STATE ST / S LINCOLN AVE


On 8/6/2018 officers responded to the 
intersection of S. Lincoln Ave and E State 
Street in regards to a vehicle parked with its 
hazard lights on. Upon arrival officers made 
contact with the occupants of the vehicle 
who advised that they had ran out of gas. 
Officers then pushed the vehicle into a 
nearby parking lot so that it was out of the 
roadway. Once the vehicle was relocated 
the occupants of the vehicle advised that 
they had a means of getting a ride to a 
nearby gas station. Officers then cleared 
with out incident.



-Ptl. D Miller (917)





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Salem Police STORY #: 20185317
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Power Equipment
283 ROSE AVE SALEM


Complainant:  PAMELA ZAGOTTI


Officer responded to the 200 block of Rose 
Ave for a noise complaint regarding a gas 
powered machine being operated. Upon 
officer arriving the resident had already put 
the power equipment away. He was advised 
of the noise complaint and the restricted 
hours during which the operation of power 
equipment is prohibited. 




Sgt B Slider S6/088



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185318
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Suspicious Activity
752 HIGHLAND AVE


Complainant:  COMPLAINANT, 
ANONYMOUS


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Highland Ave for a report of several 
vehicles and persons at a residence where 
the caller did not think anyone was 
supposed to be at the home. The first 
officers on scene attempted contact  but the 
occupants inside refused to open the door 
and several had even become belligerent 
with those officers through the door. 

It appeared to the officers that there was a 
get together of several individuals inside 
and the occupants had been observed 
putting away beverages while the officers 
were outside the residence.

This officer was subsequently able to speak 
with and verify that one of the adult 
occupants of the residence was the 
daughter of the owner's of the home, and a 
homeowner did confirm via telephone that 
the individuals had permission to be at the 
residence. 

Officer expressed a concern to the 
homeowner that there had possibly been 
individuals at the residence consuming 
alcoholic beverages, and if so, we wanted 
to assure they did not drive when they 
departed. Officer also communicated this to 
the adult daughter while the homeowner 
was part of the conversation via speaker 
phone. 



Sgt B Slider S6/088




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185319
Date: Tuesday, August 7,2018
Assist Perry Police
399 W PINELAKE RD


Complainant:  TOWNSHIP PD, PERRY 


Officer responded to the 300 block of W. 
Pine Lake Road in Perry Township to assist 
the Perry Township Police Department with 
making contact with a male subject who 
had an active arrest warrant out of CCSO. 
Contact was made with the male subject 
and he was placed in custody by Perry 
Township Police.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185320
Date: Tuesday, August 7,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PROSPECT 900 BLOCK A SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND

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


On 8/7/2018 officers observed a vehicle 
parked in the parking lot of Kelly Park after 
hours. Officers then checked the immediate 
area and discovered no one near by or in 
the vehicle itself. The vehicle was secured 
and with that cleared without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185321
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Debris In Roadway
SOUTHEAST BLVD / S LINCOLN AVE 


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


Officer was flagged down and advised of 
debris in the roadway on Southeast Blvd. 
near S. Lincoln Avenue. Officer responded 
to the area and located a street sign in the 
roadway. The sign was for Goshen Road 
and Pine Lake Road. The sign was taken 
back to the police department and contact 
will be made with Perry Township road 
department to see if the sign belongs to 
them or Goshen Township.




Ptl. C. Crider 910-017




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185323
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
2262 E STATE ST A SALEM


On 8/7/2018 officers responded to the 2200 
block area of E State Street in regards to a 
female walking around the street and 
believed to be in some kind of mental 
distress. Upon officers arrival it was 
discovered that the female in question had 
left the hospital earlier and that she was not 
yet discharged. 

The female subject in question stated that 
she did not want to go back to the hospital 
in Salem and that she wanted to go to 
another one outside of the county.

Officers then requested FD and first 
responders to respond to the area to speak 
with female and to have her evaluated. At 
this point the female subject was willing to 
get treatment voluntarily and was 
transported to Saint Elizabeth's in 
Youngstown. Once the first responders had 
loaded her into the back of the squad 
officers then cleared without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller (917)




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Tuesday, August 07, 2018
07:28 AM -0500

Salem Police STORY #: 20185282
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Intoxicated Person
950 W STATE ST
LAUNDRY


Officers responded to the 900 block of W 
State St. for a reported intoxicated person. 
Officers located the subject and  found he 
was drinking alcoholic beverages, but not a 
danger to where he could not finish his 
laundry. The male was advised to secure a 
ride home and officers cleared without 
incident.




Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185284
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Assist Perry Police
2234 N LINCOLN AVE


Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 


Officers responded to the 2200 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. to assist the Perry Twp. PD on 
a call. Officer arrived and found no further 
assistance was needed and officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 908/047




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185285
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Assist Perry Police
1125 E STATE ST SALEM


Complainant: JARROD WESTOVER


Officers responded to the I 100 block of E. 
State St. to assist a Perry Township officer. 
The male complainant advised he had 
parked his car somewhere on Rt. 62 and it 
was no longer there. The male left with the 
Perry officer to show him where the car had 
been taken from. Officers cleared.




Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185286
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Reckless Operator 
500 E FOURTH ST SALEM


Officers responded to the 500 block of E. 
4th St. for a complaint of a reckless 
operator. Officers located the vehicle and 
spoke with the occupants who all appeared 
to be fine. The subjects were advised of the 
complaint and officers cleared.





Ptl. M. King




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185288
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Transient / Homeless Person
S LINCOLN AVE / CEDAR ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Officer responded to the area of S Lincoln 
Ave near Cedar St for a male subject 
attempting to hitchhike. Officer made 
contact with the male who advised he was 
attempting to get a ride to Newton Falls. He 
was advised to not hitch-hike and that he 
would have to find a ride a different way.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185289
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Check Well Being
544 E PERSHING ST A


Complainant: KING, PTL 


Officers checked on a male who appeared 
to be sleeping in his vehicle in the 500 block 
of E. Pershing. The male advised officers 
that he had pulled in to rest while he was on 
his way home from work. Officers called for 
first responders due to the males confused 
state. 

First responders and KLG arrived on scene 
to evaluate the male. They medically 
cleared the male and he was advised to go 
home and hydrate due to the warm 
temperatures.



Ptl. M. King



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185290
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Open Door
510 E PERRY ST


Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460

While on patrol officer observed an open 
door on a garage to a vacant residence in 
the 500 blk of E. Perry. Officer checked the 
garage and found the garage unoccupied. 
The door was secured prior to officer 
leaving.



Ptl. D. Young




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185291
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Neighbor Dispute
970 JONES DR


Complainant: ANDREW KAMETS


Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report over the phone 
about a neighbor dispute in the 900 block of 
Jones Dr. The complainant advised his 
neighbor was riding a dirt bike in between 
the residences and it was making a lot of 
noise. He was advised that the noise 
ordinance did not start until 10 in the 
evening. 

The complainant became upset and 
advised he wanted something done about 
his neighbors causing several problems.

He was advised that the issues were not a 
criminal matter and he advised he would 
contact his attorney.



Ptl. E. Perry - 911/073




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185292
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Recovered Stolen Vehicle
589 E THIRD ST SALEM


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

An officer on patrol did locate a vehicle that 
was entered as stolen in the 500 block of E 
Third St. 

Further investigation led officers to a nearby 
residence where a female suspect was 
located. The female did also have an active 
arrest warrant out of Columbiana county. 
Drug paraphernalia was observed in plain 
view in the residence along with multiple 
other subjects and consent to search the 
residence was obtained by the resident. 

The DTF was contacted to assist in the 
investigation and did respond. The female 
was taken into custody for the warrant and 
the agency who entered the vehicle as 
stolen advised that they would proceed with 
charges related to the auto theft. A male in 
the residence was also taken into custody 
for possession of drug paraphernalia and 
tampering with evidence. Narcotics and 
further drug paraphernalia were located in 
the residence and the Columbiana county 
DTF will be handling the investigation. 
Additional charges pending lab results of 
the suspected narcotics. 

The stolen vehicle was towed from the 
scene by Kaisers towing and the entering 
agency was advised of such.



ARA- Angel Phillips, DOB 1976, LKA 278 
W. 4th St, Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant


ARA- Rommie Johnson, DOB 1997, 311 
Judson Ave. Youngstown Ohio 44507
Charge- Drug Paraphernalia, Tampering 
with Evidence




Ptl D Beeson 



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Salem Police STORY #: 20185293
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Ambulance Needed
944 E FOURTH ST


A Perry Township officer did respond with 
the Salem FD and EMT for a report of a 
female with a medical problem. Perry 
township did provide mutual aide in 
handling the call. The female was 
transported to the hospital and officer 
cleared.




Ptl D Beeson 




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185294
Date: Sunday, August 5,2018
Possible Shots Fired
445 CONTINENTAL DR 25 SALEM


Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Drive for a report of possible 
shots fired. Upon arrival, officers did locate 
all parties involved in the nature of the call 
which were found to be unharmed. While 
gathering information, officers were made 
aware that one female had negligently 
discharged her firearm into the wall 
continuing into a neighboring residence. 
The hole in the wall and all other damage 
was observed and documented. 

Officers did retrieve the firearm and other 
evidence as well as photographing the 
scene. Officers did get in contact with a 
detective and were informed to send the 
case down to the Columbiana County 
Prosecutors Office for review and possible 
pending charges.



Ptl. DeRose 919




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Salem Police STORY #: 20185296
Date: Monday, August 6, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
120 N LINCOLN AVE B


Officer responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle in the lot of closed bushes. Officer 
did make contact with the occupant of the 
vehicle who advised that he was finding a 
place to relax after an argument with a 
significant other. The subject stated that he 
would relocate to a public parking lot and 
officer cleared.




Ptl D Beeson 08/06/2018




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Salem Police  STORY #: 20185297
Date: Monday, August 6,2018
Harassment
284 E FOURTH ST 2D

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block