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Saturday, April 21, 2018
07:44 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182305
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Road Rage
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a road rage incident. Officers 
spoke with both parties involved who were 
arguing over the right of way in the parking 
lot. Both parties were advised to go their 
separate ways.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 916



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182307
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Accident Private Property
2345 E STATE ST SALEM
GET GO GAS


Unit#1 Driver JANE STEPHENS, Owner 
SCOTT STEPHENS , COLUMBIANA, OH

Unit#2 Driver/Owner SUSAN BATZLI , E 
ROCHESTER, OH


PRIVATE PROPERTY ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit#1 advised that she was 
driving through the above parking lot when 
Unit#2 pulled away from the pumps and 
struck the right side of her vehicle. The 
driver of Unit#2 advised that she was 
pulling away from the pumps when Unit#1 
came through the parking and struck the 
front side of her vehicle. 

Moderate damage was observed to both 
vehicles at the time of the accident.




PTL Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182309
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
982 N UNION AVE SALEM

Complainant: MARGARET CLINGERMAN

Officers responded to the above location 
along with the Salem Fire Department for 
an unknown noise coming from the 
complainants basement. Firefighters 
checked the basement and didn't hear the 
noise.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182311
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Menacing / Threats
339 NEWGARDEN AVE


Complainant: CHRISTINA MINGER

Report of menacing/threats at the above 
location. Upon arrival, complainant advised 
that two known female subjects had 
followed them from McDonald's to their 
residence. That the female subjects 
threatened the complainant and her friend 
over an ongoing personal issue. 

Complainant advised that she just wanted 
the incident documented in case of any 
further problems.




PTL Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182312
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Fraud
1158 JEFFERSON AVE

A male subject came on station reference 
credit card abuse. The subject advised he is 
no longer with his wife, yet she is still pulling 
money from his account. The subject 
wanted the incident on file so he could 
contact the credit card company.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182318
Date: Friday, April 20, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
890 E STATE ST SALEM

Report of a truck parked blocking the drive-
way at the above noted location. The 
vehicle was located and a registration 
check was conducted to ascertain who 
owns the vehicle. An officer working at a 
sporting event was able to make contact 
with the owner to have the vehicle moved.


Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182295
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Public Assist

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer did attempt to assist a female at the 
Salem Police Dept. to scan a lost dog. The 
dog was found to have no chip and officers 
cleared with no further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story lncident #:20182296
Date Thursday, April 19,2018
Accident With Injury
648 S LINCOLN AVE


Unit #1 Driver/Owner: Shannon Pagan 


Officers responded to the 600 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave. for a report of a motor vehicle 
accident with injury. Unit #1, a black 2017 
GMC Terrain was traveling northbound on 
S. Lincoln Ave. and when the driver 
became distracted, the vehicle went off the 
right side of the road striking a utility pole. 

As a result of the vehicle striking the pole, 
damage did occur. 

Salem Fire Dept. and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene and transported the 
female driver and juvenile passenger to 
Salem Hospital. 

Ohio Edison was also dispatched to 
respond to the scene to repair the broken 
utility pole & power lines. 

Unit #1 was towed from the scene by 
Sinsley's Towing. 

Officers responded to the hospital and 
obtained a urine sample from the driver. 
Citations are pending for the accident and 
OVI upon results of lab testing from the 
urine sample.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182297
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Civil Matter
975 W WILSON ST A


Officers responded to the 900 block of West 
Wilson St for a civil matter. Officers spoke 
with the caller and advised her to call the 
courts.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182299
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPITAL

Complainant: KEITH

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for a report of a disorderly 
male subject reported to be yelling and 
cursing at employees. Upon arrival, officer 
spoke with the complainant who advised a 
male subject in ER room#4 became 
belligerent when they wouldn't let him back 
into the E.R. right away to be with his wife. 

The employee did not wish for the subject 
to leave, but wished for officers to have a 
conversation with him advising him that his 
behavior was not acceptable. 

Officer made contact with the male and 
advised him of the complaint and the error 
of his ways. The male was calm while 
officer spoke with him and prior to clearing.

Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182300
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Assault
E Pershing

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Pershing for a report of an assault. Upon 
arrival, officers were flagged down by two 
juveniles who claimed they have been 
assaulted by other juveniles. 

The report is under investigation.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182302
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
716 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officer spoke with a resident of 716 S. 
Lincoln Ave. via phone in reference to a 
suspicious red Cadillac that has been 
parked in his driveway for a couple hours. 
Officer advised him that while handling a 
motor vehicle accident, the owner of the red 
Cadillac approached this officer and 
advised he could not get into his driveway 
in the 600 block of S. Lincoln Ave. due to 
the roadway being blocked from the 
accident so he stated he was parking in his 
neighbor's driveway and that it would be 
alright. 

As I explained this to the complainant, he 
then immediately knew whose vehicle it 
was and advised it was ok to be parked in 
his driveway. Nothing further was needed 
and officer cleared the call.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Friday, April 20, 2018
07:12 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182285
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
440 PENNSYLVANIA AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Pennsylvania Ave. for a Motor vehicle 
crash. Officers arrived on scene and spoke 
to the driver of Unit #1, who stated that he 
could not see the road that well and missed 
the turn. Unit #1 stuck a telephone pole 
causing disabling damage to Unit #1. The 
driver of Unit #1 was issued a citation for 
failure to control.


Cited: Aaron Jennings
3170 Oak St. Ext.
Youngstown OH, 44505
Failure to Control (331.34)




Ptl. Connolly 919



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182287
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Graffiti (Spray Paint)
SUNSET 800 BLOCK A SALEM

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL

While on patrol officers observed fresh 
graffti on the band shell in Memorial Park.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182288
Date: Thursday, April 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N UNION AVE / CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

OfXcer(s) responded to the intersection of 
North Union and Cleveland for a reported 
two vehicle accident with injuries. 

Unit # 1 had been traveling north in the 100 
block of North Union when it was struck in 
the drivers side by unit # 2. Unit # 1 then 
continued northbound of the right side of 
the roadway and over the curb. Unit # 1 
continued northbound along the 
embankment before coming to rest on the 
curblawn. Unit # 2 had been traveling east 
in the 1200 block of Cleveland St when the 
driver failed to stop for the clearly marked 
stop sign at the intersection of Cleveland 
and North Union. This action caused unit # 
2 to strike unit # 1 in the side. Unit # 2 then 
spun around and struck a utility pole with its 
passenger side coming to rest facing 
westbound. 

The drivers of both vehicles were 
transported by ambulance to the Salem Er 
with unknown injuries. 

Both vehicles were towed from the scene. 

The driver of unit # 2 was cited for F.T.Y. 
stop sign and D.U.S. (Additional charges 
are pending)


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / William J 
Robinson Jr
vehicle / 1988 Jeep


Unit # 2 / owner / Michael Guappone
driver / Bethany A Untegraph
vehicle / 1999 Jeep
insurance / None




Ptl R Keister




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182272
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Suspicious Person
200 BLOCK OF S ELLSWORTH SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 block of S 
Ellsworth for a report of suspicious persons 
at the recycling center Officer did make 
contact with the subjects who were advised 
of the complaint. The subjects cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182273
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Civil Matter
944 E FOURTH ST A

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fourth St for a civil matter. Upon arrival 
offers were informed that one resident 
refused to let the other resident inside. They 
were informed that it was a civil matter.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182274
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
120 N LINCOLN AVE - FAMILY VIDEO


Unit 1 Driver: Ashley M. Melchor-Arroyo  
Owner GABRIEL ARROYO 

Unit 2 Driver/Owner DAVID SCYOC 


Officer responded to the 100 blk. of 
N.Lincoln for an accident without injuries. 
Both units were traveling South bound on 
N. Lincoln towards the intersection of N. 
Lincoln and E. State St. Driver of unit 2 
stated he looked down which caused the 
front bumper of unit 2 to strike the rear 
bumper of unit 1. NO damage was caused 
to unit 2 and minimal damage was caused 
to unit 1. Driver of unit 2 stated he was only 
traveling about 5 mph. Both parties were 
given a report number and no citations were 
issued.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182275
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
944 E FOURTH ST A SALEM

Complainant: NATHAN COURTNEY

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fourth St for a verbal dispute. The male 
complainant was attempting to collect his 
belongings and leave the residence. The 
female subject stated that she wanted him 
out of the residence as soon as possible. 
The female was advised that since he was 
a resident, officers could not force the male 
subject to leave. 

The male subject collected some 
belongings to leave for the evening. Officers 
cleared the scene without incident.




Ptl. E. Perry




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182276
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
0 W WILSON ST 1 RAILROAD CR

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to W Wilson St near the 
railroad crossing to speak to a juvenile. 
Officers arrived and were informed that one 
juvenile had a problem with another. The 
juveniles separated and no other problems 
occurred.

Officers cleared the scene without further 
incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182277
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Traffic Offense
239 W STATE ST

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
in the Family Dollar lot on W. State St. for a 
speeding offense that occurred on W. State 
St. During the stop, a consent search was 
conducted on the vehicle. The driver, whom 
is the owner of the vehicle was given a 
verbal warning for the speed. Officer 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182278
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
300 BLOCK OF W PERSHING STREET

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D 

While on patrol officer observed a parking 
violation in the alley way behind the 300 blk 
of W. Pershing St. Officer did make contact 
with the driverlowner and the vehicle was 
moved.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182279
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Speak To Officer
669 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: PHYLLIS JOY

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Fifth St for a speak with officer report. The 
complainant was advised that the incident 
had occurred in Perry Township and she 
would need to contact them to file the 
complaint.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182280
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
181 N HOWARD AVE SALEM

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL

Officer observed a female with an active 
warrant get into a vehicle in the 400 blk of 
Jennings. Officer also observed the vehicle 
conduct a turn signal violation in the area of 
W. 4th and N. Howard. Officer conducted a 
traffic stop and once the warrant was 
confirmed, the female was taken into 
custody. The driver of the vehicle did also 
give verbal consent to search. A search was 
conducted and nothing illegal was located. 
The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the turn signal violation. The female was 
transported to this station for the booking 
process and later released to CCSO.



Arrested Laura C. Blake
411 Jennings Ave.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant- FTA



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182281
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Assist Other Agency
895 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

Officer stood by with a Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Dept. Deputy while he served 
paperwork on a male subject at 893 E. Fifth 
St. The Deputy served the paperwork 
without incident and officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182282
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 
175 W STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH, SGT 

While on patrol officer observed a male in 
the parking lot of Speedway (175 W. State 
St.) acting suspicious.

Upon making contact with the subject, an 
odor of marijuana was detected. The male 
was found to be in possession of suspected 
marijuana, two un-labeled pill bottles, 
several different types of pills and a scale 
with residue. 

The male, 29 year old James J. Lippiatt Jr. 
was placed under arrest for possession of 
drug paraphernalia. He was transported to 
the Salem Police Dept. for processing. He 
was also served a MM citation for 
possession of marijuana. He was later 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail. 
Additional possession of drug charges are 
pending once lab testing is completed of the 
pills.


Arrestee:
James J. Lippiatt Jr.
DOB: 1989
517 Washington Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: MM Possession of Marijuana / M-
4 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182283
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment

Complainant: PATRICIA SOULES

Officer spoke to complainant on station in 
regards to a phone harassment complaint. 
The female complainant advised that she 
received offensive text messages from a 
phone number that she was not familiar 
with. The complainant advised that just 
wished to have a report on file. Officer 
advised the complainant to contact the 
phone company and attempt to have the 
phone number blocked.


Ptl C Walla 915


0800 hrs 04/19/18, Contact was made with 
the complainant and advised to make a 
complaint withy Perry Twp Police, due to 
her not residing in the City.



Lt. Casto



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Thursday, April 19, 2018
08:49 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182269
Date: Wednesday, April 18,201 8
Lost Property
180 W STATE ST

Complainant: JESSICAA SNOW

Complainant advised she lost a one dose of 
suboxone while in the Auto Zone lot 
yesterday around 3:45 pm. She looked for it 
but could not locate it. It was a 8.2 mg dose. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182263
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
944 E FOURTH ST A SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 
Upon arrival, officers located a female that 
stated she was involved in a verbal dispute 
with her live in boyfriend. The male had 
departed prior to officers arriving. 

The female was advised to call back if there 
are any further problems.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182264
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Recovered Property 
400 BLOCK OF W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: DEBORAH McMILLEN

Officers responded to the 400 block of W. 
State St. to retrieve lost property. Officers 
spoke to the complainant who stated that 
they had found a pocket knife on the side 
walk in front of their residence. Officers 
revived the knife and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182265
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
2789 E STATE ST 7

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officerls were called to a combative and 
disruptive juvenile patient at the above 
clinic. Upon arrival officer was advised that 
the boy needed to be evaluated at the 
hospital because of his actions. He took off 
his clothes, urinated in a room, knocked 
over a scale, threw items at persons there 
and was a harm to himself and others.


Officer called for dispatch to send and 
ambulance. While waiting, the boy threw a 
laptop computer off the office desk and 
kicked the scale down again before being 
restrained. He did go to ER with ambulance 
without further disruption and officers 
cleared. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182267
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Accident Private Property
1453 ALLEN RD SALEM

Complainant: STEVEN ZEPERNICK

Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block 
of Allen Rd. for a private property crash. 
Officers arrived and spoke to the 
complainant who stated that the driver of 
Unit #1 backed into the building and when 
they pulled forward, Unit #1 caught the 
garage door with the trailer causing damage 
to the building. Unit #1 had no visible signs 
of damage



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182268
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
674 E SIXTH ST


Unit 1 1995 Ford 
driver: Steven Mckinney
Owner DONALD McKINNEY 


Unit 2 1987 Plymouth
driver/owner: Richard Richards


Units were both on private property behind 
674 E. Sixth St. with unit 1 facing the 
building. Unit 2 was parked behind unit 1 at 
a perpendicular angle to him, facing west, 
just off the alley. Unit 1 began to leave and 
did not see unit 2 behind him. Unit 1 struck 
unit 2 and pushed it about 2'. 

Unit 2 was unoccupied at the time of 
collision, best officer could determine. Both 
owners were arguing over who was at fault. 
They were advised to contact their 
respective insurance agents to report said 
incident. Photos were taken and 
downloaded.


Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182256
Date. Tuesday, April 17,2018
Child Abuse
975 W WILSON ST A 

Complainant: BRITTANY SMITH

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer of a known 
subject who physically abused her 
daughter, leaving a mark on her arm. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks 914



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182257
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
196 HAWLEY AVE 1/2 SALEM

Complainant: RHONDA TOMAS

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant and 
her juvenile son. The complainant advised 
officer that her 15 year old son left home 
and refused to return. Officer spoke to the 
juvenile, the juvenile agreed to return home 
with his mother. 

Officer advised the complainant to call the 
PD if she had any further issues.




Ptl. J.Brooks 914



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182259
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Accidental Damage
1700 BLK S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ALISHA HOUSE

Officer was dispatched to the 1600 block of 
S. Lincoln Avenue for a report of accidental 
damage on a motor vehicle. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised she was north 
bound on S. Lincoln Avenue just sound of 
the rail road crossing and hit a pot hole in 
the roadway causing damage to her tire. 
Officer advised the complainant the 
damage happened in Perry Township and 
Perry Township Police responded to make a 
report


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182260
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Domestic In Progress
881 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: SO, MAHONING 

On 4/17/2018 officers responded to the 800 
block of E Third Street in regards to a 
domestic in progress. Upon arrival officers 
separated both male and female subject 
involved in the dispute. Neither subjects 
had physical marks on them nor where 
there any signs of abuse. 

With no other witnesses to speak with 
officers advised both subjects to be civil 
towards each other for the rest of the night 
and then cleared with out incident.



Ptl. D Miller Miller (918)



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182261
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
OVI Arrest
E STATE ST / VINE AVE SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle at the 
intersection of E State St and Vine Ave in 
reference to a turn signal violation. After a 
brief investigation, it was determined that 
the driver was operating the vehicle while 
under the influence of alcohol. 

The driver was subsequently taken into 
custody for OVI and transported to the 
police department for processing. He was 
later released to his father. The vehicle was 
towed from the scene by Davidson's 
Towing.


Arrested: Kenneth G. Kleinknecht DOB 
1973
1694 Lisbon Rd
Leetonia, OH 44460
Charges: OVI (ORC 4511.19A1a) OVC 
Refusal (ORC 4511.19A2) Turn Signal 
(ORC 4511.39)



Ptl. Cochran 912



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182262
Date: Wednesday, April 18,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
E STATE ST / VINE AVE

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

While on a traffic stop a male passenger 
was identified and found to have an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. The 
male was taken into custody and later 
released to a Columbiana County Deputy.


Arrested: Charles E. Hamilton
DOB: 1975
Offense: Warrant( FTA OVI)



Ptl. J. Brooks 914



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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
07:24 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182254
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Traffic Offense
1047 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL

Police conducted a traffic stop in the 1000 
block of Cleveland St. The vehicles 
registration had expired the year before. 

The license plates had a confiscation order 
through the BMV. The driver was cited and 
the plates were taken. 

The vehicle was able to be left at the scene 
due to it being in a drive way.


Driver: Dwayne A Carlisle
DOB: 1961
ADD: 1047 Cleveland St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Expired Registration



Ptl Osberg 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182252
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
609 E SIXTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer responded to the above location and 
found a gold colored vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration, HCG3264 sitting on the south 
side of E.6th St in the 600blk just east of E. 
School.

The vehicle was parked over a foot away 
from the curd along with being parked west 
(half way) pass the No parking here to 
corner sign.

Officer issued the vehicle a red warning for 
the City of Salem ordinance 3030.9 Illegally 
Parked/Abandoned Vehicle on Street (48hr 
notice).



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182253
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / SOUTHEAST BLVD


Unit#l Driver/Owner ERNEST BRAVO 

Unit#2 Driver/Owner JANET KAMPS 


The driver of Unit#l advised that he was 
attempting to pull out of a 2262 E. State 
St./SR14 (Tim Hortins) when he struck the 
right side of Unit#2 who was traveling west 
bound on E. State St./SR14. The driver of 
Unit#2 advised that she was traveling west 
on E. State St. when Unit# 1 pulled out of 
2262 E. State St. and strike the right side of 
her vehicle. Minor damage was observed to 
both vehicles and Unit#l was cited with 
F.T.Y. from private drive.


Cited:
Ernest Bravo 42511 Applesway Leetonia, 
Ohio
DOB: 1941
FTY from private drive.


PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182236
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
229 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Unit#l Driver JOSHUA KILLING, Owner 
KILLING RALPH

Unit#2 Driver/Owner JILL PHILLIS 


TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit#2 advised that she was 
traveling west on E. Second St. when she 
had the green light to go through the 
intersection of Second St. and N. Ellsworth. 
Unit#l traveling was northbound on N. 
Ellsworth and did run the red light and 
cause Unit#2 to strike him. 

This was witnessed by witnesses who 
advised the same as Unit#2. Moderate 
damage was observed on both units at the 
time of the accident and Unit#l was cited 
with Traffic Light Violation.



Cited - Joshua Killing 455 S Broadway Ave 
Salem, OH
DOB: 1995
Traffic Control Device



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182243
Date:
Abandoned / Junk MV
1459 E STATE ST


Complainant: SUSAN NORTON

Officer was dispatched to the 1400 block of 
E. State St. in reference to an abandoned 
vehicle. Complainant advised that she 
arrived home to find that a gray Nissan 
Juke was parked in her drive way with 
nobody around.

Officers learned that the vehicle belonged 
to her next door neighbor. The vehicle was 
moved and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182244
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
1333 E STATE ST B
BARBER / BEAUTY SHOP

Complainant: BETH CARL

A female complainant responded to the 
police department who advised she located 
a Discover credit card on the ground 
outside of a business in the 2300 block of 
E. State Street. Officer attempted to locate 
a phone number for the female listed on the 
card, but none was found. One female 
subject with the same name on the card 
was located in the Homeworth, Ohio area 
via LEADS. The card was placed in the 
dispatch office lost and found.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182245
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Barking Dog
821 E FOURTH ST

Report of a barking dog at the above 
residence. Officer made contact with the 
owner to advise them of the complaint. The 
dog was brought inside and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182246
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Barking Dog
451 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 400 block of E. 
Sixth St. for a report of a barking dog. 
Officer located the owner of the dog and 
advised them of the complaint. The owner 
of the dog advised they would take care of 
the issue.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182247
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Debris In Roadway
S LINCOLN AVE / COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: MILLER, PTL 

On 4/17/2018 officers were in the area of S. 
Lincoln Ave. and Columbia Street and 
observed a trash can in the road way. Once 
the can was removed officers then cleared.



Ptl. D. Miller 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182248
Date: Tuesday, April 17,2018
Assist Perry Police
1962 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: TWP, PERRY SALEM

Officer responded to the 1900 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave, to assist the Perry Township 
police Department. Perry Township PD 
located an open front door of a residence 
with lights on in the upstairs. Officer 
assisted Perry PD in searching the 
residence and made contact with the home 
owner, who was found sleeping upstairs. 

The owner advised that his girlfriend left the 
residence, but didn't shut the door 
completely. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Tuesday, April 17, 2018
10:05 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182227
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Check Well Being
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Report of a check well being of a female 
subject (wearing all black no shoes) in the 
above area. Upon arrival, officers located 
the female subject in the above area. She 
advised that she had an argument with her 
boyfriend, left before things escalated and 
was heading to a friends house. Officers 
made contact with Goshen P.D. to check 
her residence to make sure everything was 
ok. She was given courtesy ride to her 
friends house.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182228
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
195 W SECOND ST


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with a female who advised she had 
been gone for the winter and upon arriving 
home she found that persons unknown had 
shot a white type marble through her 
window facing W. 2nd St which went 
through the screen and broke the out side 
window, but did not get through the inside 
window.

The window was double glass.




Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182229
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Theft
274 W FIFTH ST

Complainant: JOSEPH HILL

Complainant on station reference a theft. 
Complainant advised that when he went to 
jail for five months his family was suppose 
to watch his dog (pit bull) for him until he 
got out of jail. When he got out he found 
that his sister had soldlgave the animal to 
another family without his permission. 
Complainant did fill out a voluntary 
statement and advised that he wants his 
animal back. 

All information was gathered and the matter 
is under investigation.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182230
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Littering / Dumping
674 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: THOMAS EASTEK, MILLER 
RD LEETONIA, OH 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of illegal dumping. Officers spoke 
with the complainant who  has videoed 
subjects dumping trash at the complainants 
property. The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182231
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Person To Be Removed
589 E THIRD ST b


Complainant: JANSEN PAUMIER, 
PINELAKE RD NORTH LIMA, OH 

Officers responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant and zoning 
Officer Brown. It was found that the tenants 
had received the proper eviction from the 
court in Columbiana County was to be out 
last Friday,04-13-18 but, they were still 
there.

Zoning found no gas & heat there giving 
them three days to get it back on.

The complainant/landlord was advised of 
finishing the steps by going back and 
having the Sheriff's office return since they 
do the evictions.

He advised he understood.

The male and female there advised they 
could not get out until the 3rd of next month. 
Officer advised them that the county now 
will handle the eviction which they advised 
they understood

Officer also advised the female that no 
threats could be made against the 
complainant/landlord but she still claimed 
they had a loop hole?

Officer advised that it is going to the County 
by the complainant/landlord.

NOTE: They advised all was fine until now. 
The complainant/landlord advised they had 
not paid for many months and was just 
trying to get the place cleaned up.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182233
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Civil Matter
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM

Complainant: TREVOR LODGE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil matter. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated that the female 
subject from the downstairs apartment 
turned the water off to his apartment. 

Officers spoke with the female subject who 
stated she had a water leak and had to turn 
off the water. Officers advised the 
complainant for the reason of the shut off.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182234
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Civil Matter
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: BRENDA CARDER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil matter. Officer spoke with the 
complainant who stated that the male 
subject from upstairs climbed through the 
heating system and turned the water back 
on to the apartment and flooded her 
apartment. 

Officers spoke with both subjects and they 
were advised that the matter was civil and 
they should contact their landlord.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police De~artment Incident #: 
20182235
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
2511 BENTLEY DR 

Complainant: SARAH DELP

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant and manager. 
They advised that a male resident may 
have been smoking an illegal substance?

Officer went with them to the males room 
and talked with the resident who has been 
there for a while.

The male advised the smell in the room was 
from his vape juice.

He did have another male visit earlier but 
he denied any marijuana being used in his 
room.

Officer advised him of the consequences 
and he advised he didn't want to jeopardize 
his staying there since he really liked it 
there.

Officer advised the complainant of follow up 
and she advised she understood.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182238
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE 


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised a red 
colored car with a white female with blond 
hair pumped $27.51 from pump # 11 and 
left west bound out the drive then north onto 
Rose.

Officer looked at the picture the 
complainant took and the vehicle could 
possibly be a Toyota SUV with a solid type 
red cover over the spare tire that was 
mounted on the out side of the vehicle by 
the rear.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182240
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Littering  Dumping
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E WILSON 

Complainant: CURTIS FRASE, MARK RD 
NE KENSINGTON, OH

Complainant on station to advise that 
someone had dumped a bunch of used car 
parts in the dumpster(s) at the corner of S. 
Ellsworth & E. Wilson (northeast) corner 
and a couple of the bumpers had license 
plates on them. 

All information was gathered and contact 
will be made tomorrow with the owners of 
the plates to see why they are in the 
dumpster.



PTL MILLER



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182241
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE 

Police responded to Smith Oil gas station 
for a drive off. The employee advised a 
subject driving a white vehicle left without 
paying for fuel. The subject used $29.70 
worth of fuel on pump #9 before leaving.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182185
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Natural Death
1995 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM


Officers responded to a medical call in the 
1900 block of Ridgewood Dr. Officers 
arrived with the Salem FD and found that 
the subject was deceased. Salem FD 
cleared and the County Coroners office was 
contacted. 

Salem PD officers stood by and cleared 
after the subject was removed from the 
scene.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182166
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Suspicious Activity
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer checked on a report of child abuse 
in a moving suv. The vehicle was a Honda 
CRV going southbound from Lincoln and 
Pershing. Officer was in the area when 
dispatched, however, there was a five 
minute time lapse from the time the caller 
reported it. Area was checked without 
locating said vehicle. 



Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182164
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Distraught / Upset Person
2124 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 2100 block of 
East State St for a report of a distraught 
person / possible dispute. On arrival officers 
located the persons in question and spoke 
with them. The female stated to officers that 
she had been having a very bad day and 
that was why she had been in the bathroom 
of the store crying. 

The female stated that she was fine now 
and that she was going to be on her way 
home. Officers advised all involved to call 
the station if they needed any assistance. 
Officer's cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182215
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Criminal Mischief
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: BRENDA CARDER

Officers responded to the 700 block of SE 
BLVD. for a criminal mischief report. 
Officers spoke with the complainant about a 
water issue and was advised to get in 
contact with the water company on Monday 
morning.

Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182216
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Traffic Offense
200 BLOCK OF VINE

Complainant: DEROSE, PTL 

While on patrol officers initiated a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a moving violation. 
During the stop the driver did give consent 
to search the vehicle. Officers cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182217
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers responded to Wal-Mart for a shop 
lifting complaint. Officers arrived, reviewed 
camera footage and spoke with asset 
protection. Officers gathered all evidence 
and the matters will be sent to the 
Columbiana County Prosecutors Office for 
review.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182218
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
676 E THIRD ST

Officer responded to the 600 blk of E. 3rd 
St. for a theft report. Upon arrival, the victim 
advised that his ex got into his vehicle and 
took his un-employment card while at his 
friends residence. Victim advised that as 
long as he could get the card back he did 
not wish to file charges. 

Officer responded to the 1800 blk. of 
Cleveland and spoke with the ex and 
retrieved the card. The card was returned to 
the property owner and no charges were 
filed.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182219
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Harassment

Complainant: GWENDOLYN DAVIS

Officer spoke with the female complainant 
whom came on station to report telephone 
harassment. Complainant advised an old 
friend of hers called today and that she 
wishes for her not to call her again. 

I made contact with the other party and 
advised her to cease all contact with the 
complainant. Officer cleared.


Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182220
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Sex Offense
638 FRANKLIN AVE


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin Ave for a sex offense against a 
juvenile. The complainant was the parents 
of the juvenile and advised officers of the 
incident. The female juvenile was also able 
to provide officers with an accurate account 
of what had occurred. 

Children Services and a detective were 
contacted and advised of the incident. The 
male juvenile was taken into custody and 
transported to Tobin Center on delinquency 
charges. The incident is currently under 
investigation.


Arrested: (JUVENILE)
DOB: 2002
Address: 638 Franklin Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Delinquency ORC 2152.021



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182221
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Flooded Roadway 
PARK DR / E PERSHING ST SALEM
PARK PLAYGROUND

Officer on patrol responded to Centennial 
Park at E Pershing St. and Park Dr. for a 
storm drain issue. The issue was found to 
be in the park and the Parks Director was 
advised of the problem. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182222
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Flooded Roadway
S LINCOLN AVE / CHESTNUT STREET

Officers were dispatched to the are of S 
Lincoln Ave and Chestnut Grove for a 
report of flooding roads. Dispatch advised 
officers that the flood was located in Perry 
Township and they were notified of such. 
Officers cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 920



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182224
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Domestic In Progress
944 E FOURTH ST A

Complainant: MONIQUE FISH

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fourth St for a report of a possible domestic 
in progress. Officers arrived and spoke to 
the complainant who advised that there was 
a verbal argument only and that the other 
party had left. The complainant was advised 
to call back if anything else was needed.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182225
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officers responded to the area of 
Georgetown Rd and W. Perry to assist OSP 
on a traffic stop. Upon arrival, Trooper 
advised he was okay and did not need any 
further assistance. Officers cleared.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182226
Date: Monday, April 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD STREET

Complainant: MILLER, PTL

Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit 1 was traveling 
northbound on North Lincoln Ave and 
attempted to stop at the stop sign and slid 
through into the intersection and struck Unit 
2 driven by ELVIRA WARD. Unit 2 was 
traveling eastbound on East 3rd Street, 
there were no injuries reported. Unit 2 was 
towed from the scene by AAA. The driver of 
Unit 1 was issued a citation for a stop sign 
violation.


Cited Driver
Michael S. Manypenny
Carole Drive Salem Ohio
Stop Sign Violation 331.19



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Monday, April 16, 2018
08:05 AM -0500

Following a salem area electric power 
outage Police responded to numerous 
alarms when power was restored.

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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182201
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1313 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: CANDICE CHAMBERLAIN

Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
East State St for a reported dispute. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that she wanted her 
live in boyfriend to leave the residence. 
Officers advised the complainant that due to 
the fact that both she and the boyfriend 
lived there he could not be removed.

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182202
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Ambulance Needed
518 FRANKLIN ST 1

Complainant: MEDICAL ALERT

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 500 
block of Franklin for a reported medical 
emergency. On arrival officers stood by 
while the FD entered the residence. Officers 
cleared.




Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182204
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1700 S LINCOLN AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 1700 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been stopped in 
traffic (southbound) in the 1700 block of 
South Lincoln when it was struck from 
behind by unit # 2. Unit #2 had also been 
traveling south in the 1700 block of South 
Lincoln when it struck unit # 1 from behind. 

There were no reported injuries and no 
citations were issued. Both vehicle's were 
driven from the scene.



Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Donald Swiger
vehicle / 2015 Chevy


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Robert Borg
vehicle / 2001 Chevy Tk



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182205
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Criminal Mischief
834 SUMMIT ST

Complainant: Breanna Dean

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of criminal 
mischief. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised an unknown person(s) "egged 
three vehicles overnight that were parked at 
her residence.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182206
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Unauthorized Use Of MV 
1220 SOUTHEAST BLVD 5 

Complainant on station to report 
unauthorized use of her vehicle. The 
complainant advised her ex boyfriend was 
suppose to bring her vehicle back to her on 
04/14/18 but never showed. The 
complainant stated that her vehicle was in 
Philadelphia and she was ok with her ex 
keeping the vehicle if it was removed from 
her name. 

The complainant was advised her option of 
entering the vehicle into LEADS but 
declined at this time. The complainant 
stated she was going to make a final 
attempt to resolve the situation on her own.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182207
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Criminal Mischief
925 S UNION AVE

Complainant: COREY KETCHUM

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
S. Union Ave. for a Criminal Mischief report. 
Officers arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant who stated that his vehicle had 
been egged during the night. The 
complainant stated that he just wanted a 
report on file.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182212
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
E STATE ST / N LUNDY AVE SALEM

Complainant: JAMES JACKSON

Officers were dispatched to the area of E. 
State St. and N. Lundy Ave. for a parking 
complainant. Officer located the vehicle in 
question and issued a red warning ticket to 
the vehicle.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182213
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Drug Overdose
1318 ESTATE ST2


Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 
1300 block of East State St for a reported 
medical problem. On arrival the residence 
was checked and the person in question 
was not at home. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182214
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Criminal Mischief

Complainant: PATRICK CROUSE

Complainant on station to report criminal 
mischief. The complainant stated that his 
vehicle was egged while parked in the 1300 
block of Jefferson Ave.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182199
Date: Sunday, April 15,2018
Domestic In Progress
1313 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 1300 block of E 
State St in regards to a domestic in 
progress with possible injury.

Officers arrived on scene and spoke to both 
parties who were both highly intoxicated. 
Both of the parties gave conflicting stories. 
Officers also spoke to two juvenile 
witnesses who were at the residence, upon 
speaking to the witnesses and the two 
reportedly involved, it was determined that 
there was not enough probable cause to 
make an arrest and it did not appear as if 
an assault had taken place. The female was 
subsequently transported to Salem ER by 
EMT Ambulance. The male advised that he 
would stay at a friends house for the 
evening.



Ptl Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182197
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Suspicious Person
156 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a suspicious person 
complaint. The complainant advised the 
male dropped off and was loitering at a 
drive thru of a local business. Officers made 
contact with a male matching the 
description, identified him and cleared 
without further incident. The male also 
cleared with nothing suspicious noted.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182196
Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018
Assist Perry Police
1143 W PERRY ST 303

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block 
of West Perry Street to assist Perry 
Township Police. Officers assisted and 
cleared with no further incident.



Ptl. DeRose 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182195
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Assist Perry Police

K9 Simon was requested by Perry Twp. PD 
for a K9 Sniff of a vehicle on US 62 near 
Country Club Ln. K9 Simon did indicate to 
the presence of narcotic odor and 
contraband was recovered from the vehicle 
and driver. Officer cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182195
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018 
Assist Perry Police

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

K9 Simon was requested by Perry Twp. PD 
for a K9 Sniff of a vehicle on US 62 near 
Country Club Ln. K9 Simon did indicate to 
the presence of narcotic odor and 
contraband was recovered from the vehicle 
and driver. Officer cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182194
Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018
Animal Complaint
1268 POWELL AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to an animal complaint 
in the 1200 block of Powell Ave. Officers 
found that illegal hunting/trapping had taken 
place and an ODNR officer was contacted. 

Evidence was collected, the humane officer 
was also contacted and officer cleared 
without incident.




Ptl. M. Garber


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182193
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
780 W STATE ST SALEM
GAS STATION

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer on patrol was stopped and advised 
of a parking complaint in the 700 block of 
W. State St. Officer made contact with the 
driver of the vehicle and made him away of 
the complaint. The driver immediately 
corrected the problem and officer cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182191
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 18 SALEM

Officers were dispatched to the 1200 block 
of Southeast BLVD for a non threatening 
dispute. Officers talked to both parties 
about a resolution and cleared without 
further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182190
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Assist Perry Police
1143 W PERRY ST

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

Officers were dispatched to the 1100 block 
of W Perry to assist a Perry Township 
Police. Officers arrived, assisted and 
cleared.


Ptl. DeRose 920



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Saturday, April 14, 2018
08:17 PM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182189
Date: Saturday, April 14, 2018
Civil Matter
1210 SOUTHEAST BLVD B

Complainant: DALLAS HELMAN

Complainant calling to speak with a officer 
about a issue concerning a television set 
that she had rented with her ex husband. 
After speaking with the complainant officers 
advised her that the issue was civil in 
nature. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182188
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Person To Be Removed
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
SHOPPING MALL

Complainant: Wal Mart, Store 2875 E. State 
St SALEM, OH 44460


Officers responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a report of a person to be 
removed from the business. On arrival 
officers spoke with employees of the store. 
The employee stated that the man in 
question had left the area prior to officers 
arriving on scene. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182184
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
W STATE 400 TO 600 BLOCK

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to under the east side 
of the Cranmer Bridge for a report of drug 
paraphernalia. On arrival officers took 
possession of two syringes. The items were 
brought to the station and disposed of. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182180
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: POST, 15 

Officer ass~steda Trooper with the Ohio 
State Highway Patrol at the Salem Police 
Dept. with witnessing the reading of a 
BMV2255 form on an OVI suspect he had 
placed under arrest. The suspect did 
provide a breath sample on the DataMaster 
as well. Officer later cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182179
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Ambulance Needed
880 SUMMIT ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded along with the Salem Fire 
Dept. First Responders & KLG Ambulance 
to 880 Summit St. for a report of a male 
subject who fell down the basement steps. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while EMS 
personnel tended to the male subject. KLG 
ambulance ultimately transported the male 
subject to St. E's Youngstown.

Officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182178
Date: Saturday, April 14,2018
Assist Other Agency
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: LIQUOR, CONTROL

This officer responded to Fernengels 
Tavern to assist an agent from Liquor 
control in serving a citation. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while the 
citation was served. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20182177
Date: Friday, April 13,2018
Loud Music From MV
620 E SECOND ST 1/2

Complainant: KEVIN WEINGART

Officers responded to the 600 block of East 
Second Street for a noise complaint. The 
complaint advised that their was loud 
coming from vehicles in a parking lot. 

Upon arrival officers did not hear the source 
of the complaint but did speak with several 
individuals about the issue. 

Officers cleared with no further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182176
Date: Friday, April 13,2018
Suspicious Person
2555 LEXINGTON AVE 17 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Ave. for a report of a suspicious 
male subject sitting along side the roadway. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who showed officers a fire 
hydrant where the subject was last seen 
sitting on. Officers checked the area, but 
were unable to locate the subject. Officers 
cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182175
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
184 WASHINGTON AVE REAR

Complainant: KATHRYN FISHER

Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Washington Ave for a theft from a motor 
vehicle. The complainant advised that 
someone had stolen several items out of 
her vehicle the night prior. The vehicle had 
been left unlocked and it appeared to have 
been gone through. The complainant 
advised that her cousin's vehicle, that was 
parked next to her vehicle, had also been 
broken into but nothing was taken. 

Officer took pictures of the inside of the 
vehicles and advised the complainant to 
check with her insurance company about 
possible coverage.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182174
Date: Friday, April 13,2018
Domestic In Progress
264 W WILSON ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to a reported domestic 
in progress. Officers arrived and found a 
couple had been involved in an argument 
that turned violent. The primary aggressor 
was arrested for domestic violence and 
transported to the county jail to be held until 
a judge sets the bond.


Ptl. M. Garber 


Arrested: Robert A Fuson Jr. DOB:1977 of 
254 W Wilson St. Salem
Charge: Domestic violence (M1)



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182173
Date: Friday, April 13,2018
OVI ARREST
448 E Perry St


Officers responded to the 400 block of E 
Perry St for an intoxicated driver. The 
complainant advised that the vehicle was all 
over the roadway and pulled into a 
driveway. Officers made contact with the 
driver of the vehicle and attempted to 
administer field sobriety. The driver was 
uncooperative with officers and refused to 
do field sobriety. The driver was placed in 
custody and transported to the Salem 
Police Department. The vehicle was left 
legally parked in the driveway to the 
residence. The driver was processed and 
booked and then released into his brother's 
custody.


Arrested: Keith D. Carlisle Jr.
DOB: 1963
Address: 448 E Perry St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19A1 a and 
4511.19A1h, Reasonable Control ORC 
4511.202A



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182172
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Assist Perry Police
1827 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

Salem PD Officers and K9 Simon assisted 
the Perry Twp. Police department on a track 
of a suspect in an attempt to locate him in 
the area of Depot Rd and SR 45 Bypass. 
Officers were unable to locate the suspect 
and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Saturday, April 14, 2018
09:41 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182170
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Accidental Damage
2870 E STATE ST 500


Complainant: GREGORY PETRACHKOFF

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St. for an accidental damage report. 
The complainant advised there were 2 
couches in the alley behind the store and 
someone struck them. No one witnessed 
the damage and a suspect denied any 
knowledge. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182168
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Domestic In Progress
965 S LUNDY AVE

Officers responded to a domestic in 
progress at 965 S Lundy Ave. Upon arrival 
officers spoke with multiple persons who 
gave conflicting stories. No one wished to 
pursue anything and parties were advised 
to remain seperated. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182169
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Theft

Complainant: FRANK IMBURGIA,  
CANFIELD, OH

Complainant on station to report that 
someone unknown to them had used their 
credit card information to make purchases 
in another state. Officer's advised the 
persons of the options for dealing with the 
situation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182151
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Check Well Being
1344 4 ELLSWORTH AVE 2

Complainant: JULIA McFARLAND

Officers responded to the 1300 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave to check the well being of the 
male subject. 

Complainant advised that she hadn't seen 
the male for a few days and that she 
observed a strange odor coming from his 
apartment. Officers made contact with the 
subject who advised that he was okay. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182150
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Intoxicated Person
500 BLOCK OF FRANKLIN

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

While on patrol in the 500 block of Franklin 
Ave. officer observed two intoxicated males 
walking. One of the males fell and hit his 
head. First responders and KLG responded 
to the scene. The male who fell was 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG. The other male was given a 
courtesy transport to the waiting room at the 
Regional Medical Center.


PTL BROOKS



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182146
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Suspicious Activity 
1250 PENNSYLVANIA AVE SALEM

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
stopped next to the dumpster of a business 
in the 1200 block of Pennsylvania Ave. 
Officer made contact with the operator who 
was going through a dumpster. Officer 
advised the individual that the dumpster 
was located on private property and it was 
not legal to be there. 

A warning was afforded for trespassing and 
the individual departed without incident. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182144
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Assist Other Agency
752 ARCH ST

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

Officers assisted members of the 
Columbiana County Drug Task Force 
conducting an investigation in the 700 block 
of Arch St. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182142
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

Officers responded to the 800 block of W 
Pershing St to assist members of the 
Columbiana County Drug Task force 
conducting a investigation in the area. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182141
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Neighbor Dispute
406 FRANKLIN ST

Police responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave for a neighbor dispute. Both 
parties have had issues with the others dog 
and the other possibly making threatening 
comments. Both parties were spoken to and 
advised of the possible outcome if the 
incident continues. Both parties were 
advised to contact Police if the issue 
continues.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182140
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
377 S ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to the 300 block of S. 
Ellsworth Ave for a domestic dispute. A 
male and female were near the roadway in 
a verbal argument. When making contact 
both subjects advised the incident was only 
verbal and nothing physical had occurred. 
Domestic Violence Laws were explained 
and the individuals acknowledged they 
understood.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182139
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
785 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

While assisting another officer on a traffic 
stop in the 700 block of E. State Street, 
officer located a syringe on the sidewalk. 
The syringe appeared to have been there 
for a long time. Officer collected it and 
disposed of it at the police department.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182138
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
E STATE ST / VINE AVE SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle at the 
intersection of E State St and Vine Ave in 
reference to a driver's license violation. 
Officer made contact with the driver, who 
was operating the vehicle on a suspended 
license, and advised her of the reason for 
the stop. 

However, prior to officer observing the 
female operating the vehicle, officer 
observed the male passenger operating the 
vehicle as well. After a brief investigation, it 
was discovered that the male also had a 
suspended driver's license. 

Officers also learned that the male had an 
active arrest warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriff's Office for Possession of 
Dangerous Drugs. 

The male was subsequently taken into 
custody and both the male and female were 
cited with Driving Under Suspension-Court 
(ORC 4510.1 IA).

Due to the female having driving privileges, 
she was permitted to drive the vehicle home 
from the scene. The male was transported 
to the police department for processing and 
later transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested/Cited: John W Jarvis II DOB 1977
157 N Madison Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Warrant- Possession of 
Dangerous Drugs
Driving Under Suspension-Court (ORC 451 
0.11A)


Cited: Carly D. Bowman DOB 1989
157 N Madison Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension-Court 
(ORC 4510.11A)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182137
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP

Officer spoke with an anonymous 
complainant regarding suspicious activity 
occurring in the 800 block of W Pershing St. 
Officer gathered information and notified 
additional agencies for future investigation 
and follow up.


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182136
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Theft
1216 ORCHARD BEND DR

Complainant: SHIRLEY DELEY

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a license plate theft report. 
Complainant advised her vehicle is normally 
parked in the garage, but during the last 
week she had to park outside due to 
cleaning out the garage. 

Complainant advised on this date that she 
observed that her front license plate was 
gone. 

Officer gathered the necessary information 
and the license plate was entered into the 
system as stolen.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182135
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
443 CONTINENTAL DR 43

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

Officers responded to the above address in 
an attempt to take a male into custody who 
had an active arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriffs Office. Officers 
made contact with the subject's mother who 
advised that he was currently in the 
southern part of the county. 

She gave officers permission to check the 
residence, therefore it was subsequently 
searched for the subject. He was not 
located. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182133
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
261 S LUNDY AVE SALEM


Police and FD responded to the 200 block 
of S. Lundy for wires sparking. Officer stood 
by and did not observe any wires sparking. 
FD taped off the area. Street Dept was also 
enroute to set up barricades.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182160
Date: Friday, April 13, 201 8
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: TOY, SGT


Officer responded to the above stated 
location to assist Columbiana County DTF. 
Upon arrival, officer stood by while contact 
was attempted at an apartment. Officers 
cleared without incident.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182158
Friday, April 13, 2018
Harassment

Complainant: DOUG COUTLER

Complainant on station to report 
harassment occurring within the city. The 
complainant advised that he works outside 
the city but believes a coworker is following 
him while he is in the city. The complainant 
stated he has made his employer aware of 
the problem. 

The complainant was advised to come to 
the station in the future if he feels he is 
being followed.


Sgt. k. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182157
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Assist Perry Police
SR 45 / 62 BYPASS SALEM
 

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 


Officers assisted Perry Twp police and 
volunteer Fire Dept with a motor vehicle 
traffic crash at W. State St. and the SR 45 
by pass on the west side of Salem. A one 
vehicle crash caused serious injury to the 
driver who was being treated at the scene 
by EMT medics and Perry Twp Vol. Fire 
Dept. A life flight helicopter had also been 
dispatched to the scene where a landing 
zone was set up on the SR 45 bypass. 

Officers did assist with shutting down all 
traffic on SR 45 from the intersection at W. 
State to several hundred feet south on SR 
45. Perry Twp PD did have the south side 
blocked so all traffic was blocked from the 
helicopter's landing zone.

At one point a white Ford Taurus unlawfully 
drove southbound around two (2) Salem 
marked patrol cars with overhead lights, 
one (1) Perry Twp Fire truck parked 
sideways in the road with it's overhead 
lights flashing, going left of center and even 
off the road, continuing by the landed life 
flight helicopter and continuing south on SR 
45.

This officer used patrol car 2 and was able 
to safely stop said driver on SR 45 just 
south of Georgetown Rd.

Ohio State Highway Patrol responded a unit 
from the crash scene to the traffic stop 
where a citation was to be issued to the 
driver. Ohio State Highway Patrol was 
handling the traffic crash as well. Officers 
cleared after the majority of emergency 
personnel had cleared from the scene and 
the driver was air lifted to seek further 
treatment.



Ptl. Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182155
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: JACQUELINE SPENCER

Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer. The complainant stated she had 
been a patient at Salem Regional Medical 
Center and did not feel her care was 
acceptable. Officer explained that was not a 
police matter and she was advised other 
options to pursue.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182163
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
207 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: CAMERON CROWL,  
LISBON, OH 

Officers dispatched to the 200 block of 
Jennings Ave. for a possible 
telecommunications harassment report.

Officers arrived on scene and spoke with 
the complainant who showed text 
messages between his girlfriend and the 
subject. Officers did not witness any thing 
threatening in nature in the text messages. 
The complainant stated that he did not wish 
to pursue any charges at this time.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182161
Date: Friday, April 13, 2018
Drug Paraphernalia
700 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

While on patrol officer's were flagged down 
by a mail carrier and advised of drug 
paraphernalia on the side walk in the 700 
block of North Lincoln. Officers located the 
item (a syringe) and it was brought to the 
station and properly disposed of. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Friday, April 13, 2018
08:37 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182132
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
927 FRANKLIN AVE

Officer responded to the above location 
along with A911. There was a large tree 
branch that was laying across high power 
wires but still attached to the tree.

Ohio Edison was advised and advised they 
would be en-route when possible. Dispatch 
got a ticket number from them at time of 
report.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182127
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Assist Other Agency
1158 S LINCOLN AVE B

Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE 260 S 
ELLSWORTH AVE 

Officer responded to the 11 00 block of S. 
Lincoln Avenue to assist the fire department 
and KLG Ambulance with gaining access to 
a residence. 

Officer was advised that property from the 
ambulance was left in the house when they 
transported a female to the hospital. Officer 
was advised that the female subject wanted 
her purse also.

The property was delivered to her at the 
hospital by KLG who secured the residence 
prior to leaving.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182128
Date: Thursday, April 12,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
339 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

On 4/12/18 officers responded to the 300 
block of Newgarden Ave in regards to a 
domestic dispute. Upon arrival officers were 
met by both parities. After investigation it 
was determined that neither party had 
injuries that were brought on from the other. 
Officers then gathered both parties 
information and then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182125
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018 
Disabled / Stuck MV 
1884 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT B 

While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
stopped in a parking lot in the 1800 block of 
N Ellsworth Ave. Officer made contact with 
the operator who advised of a mechanical 
problem with the vehicle. The individual 
advised that assistance was already on the 
way. 

Officer stopped back later in the shift to 
assure the individual had departed and/or 
did not need further assistance. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182124
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Speak To Officer
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: BRENDA CARDER

Officer responded to the 700 block of 
SouthEast Blvd. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that a 
known male subject was slandering her 
name. Officers looked at the messages that 
were sent to another subject and advised 
the complainant that there wasn't a criminal 
act omitted and that she would have to go 
after the subject civilly. 

The complainant also advised officer that 
the same subject made threats to cause her 
and her grandchild physical harm, that 
matter is under investigation.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182123
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Menacing / Threats
441 N HOWARD AVE SALEM 

Complainant: CHASTITY SINGER

Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
N. Howard Avenue for a report of 
harassment. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised she feels 
harassed by recent postings on social 
media referencing her. The postings were 
by subjects known to her and did not 
contain any physical threats. 

The complainant was advised of her options 
on dealing with the situation.




Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182122
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
ROSE AVE / E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 


Officers responded to the area of Rose Ave 
and E Fourth St for a report of illegally 
parked vehicles. Officers observed all 
vehicle were legally parked along the street 
on Rose Ave, but one was blocking a 
driveway. The operator moved the vehicle 
to a different spot and no further problems 
were observed. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182121
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
2170 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
stopped along the roadway in the 2100 
block of Southeast Blvd.

Officer made contact with the driver who 
advised that the vehicle was disabled, but 
assistance was on the way.

Officer checked back a short time later and 
observed assistance had arrived, however 
they had been unable to repair the vehicle 
and advised they were now awaiting a 
towing service to arrive. 

Officer checked aback again later and 
observed the tow truck had arrived and was 
removing the vehicle. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182120
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Traffic Offense
S LINCOLN AVE / CEDAR ST SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 1300 block 
of S Lincoln Ave in reference to an 
equipment violation. After a brief 
investigation, it was learned that the driver 
was a juvenile and was operating the 
vehicle on a temporary permit.

However, it was also discovered that the 
passenger had a suspended driver's 
license. 

The vehicle was ultimately searched, via 
consent from the driver, and an open 
container of an alcoholic beverage was 
located on the passenger side floor boards.. 
The driver was cited for a Temporary Permit 
Violation (ORC 4507.05A2b) and the 
passenger was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation for Open Container in 
a Motor Vehicle (ORC 529.0784).

The registered owner responded and the 
vehicle was driven from the scene.


Cited: Charles W. Rhoads IV DOB 1994
2267 SR 45 Apt 7
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Open Container in a Motor Vehicle


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 120182119
Date:
Drive Off
968 8 STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: BRADLEY 

Officer was dispatched to Smith Oil Gas 
Station on E. State Street for a theft of gas 
complaint. Officer responded and met with 
the complainant who advised that a male 
subject pumped $20.00 worth of gas in a 
green Ford Ranger and left with out 
rendering payment. The vehicle was not 
located.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182118
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Animal Complaint
423 S LUNDY AVE A SALEM 
GROCERY

Officer was dispatched to Sparkle Market 
on S. Lundy Avenue for an animal 
complaint. Officer was advised that a black 
dog was tied up to the side of the building 
with no tags. 

Upon arriving, officer was unable to locate 
the dog anywhere around the building.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182117
Date: Wednesday, April 11,2018
Speak To Officer

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she 
believed she was taking a prescription 
medication, but she was advised by a friend 
that it was an illegal narcotic. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Brooks




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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
08:50 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182070
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Traffic Offense
S ELLSWORTH AVE / E WILSON SALEM


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a 
moving violation and during the stop 
conducted a search of the vehicle.

The driver was given a warning for the 
violation and cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182072
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Fraud 
1700 BLOCK OF SHADY LANE B SALEM

Complainant: PAUL CUBICK

Complainant called the PD to report that he 
had received a unsolicited call from a 
company using a phone ID for the Salem 
Fire Departments non-emergency line. The 
complainant wanted to make subjects 
aware of the call.

Officer then cleared.


Lt. David L. Casto



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182073
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: Penny Barker

Officer spoke with the complaintant on 
station in regards to mail. The mail was not 
addressed to the complainant and they 
were advised to just label it return to 
sender.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182074
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Civil Matter
1508 N ELLSWORTH AVE B

Complainant: SHIRLEY IREY

Officer spoke to the complainant on station 
in regards to property in the 1500 block of 
N. Ellsworth Ave. Officer advised her the 
matter was civil and that the matter would 
have to be filed in civil court. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182076
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
E STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH AVE


Unit #1 Driver/Owner: Timothy A. Harlan, 
ALLIANCE, OH

Unit #2 Driver/Owner: Amy L. Booher, 
SALEM, OH


Officers responded to a vehicle crash report 
on E State St. and Ellsworth Ave. Officers 
arrived and found that unit #1 was traveling 
west bound on E. State St. when it struck 
unit #2. Unit#2 was traveling north on 
Ellsworth and failed to stop for the red light 
at State St. 

The driver of unit #2 was cited for failure to 
obey a traffic control device. Unit #1 was 
towed by Sinsleys and unit #2 was towed 
by Davidsons.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182077
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
DIS- Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
E STATE ST / N CUNNINGHAM SALEM

Complainant: MICHELLE LEIPPLY, UNITY 
LINE RD NEW WATERFORD, OH 

Officer responded to the area of E. State St. 
and N. Cunningham for a possible domestic 
in a vehicle.

Complainant advised there were two 
subject yelling at each other. The vehicle 
was traveling West bound on E. State St 
from the stated intersection. Upon arrival, 
officer checked the area but was unable to 
locate the vehicle in question.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182078
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Traffic Offense
780 W STATE ST

Complainant: SMITH, PTL 

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a white 
Chrysler Town & Country van in the parking 
lot of Circle K West for an equipment 
violation (No headlights) that occurred on 
W. State St. at Jennings Ave. The driver of 
the vehicle, 33 year old Michael M. Nagel 
Jr. was found to have a suspended drivers 
license. During the investigation, K9 Argo 
was deployed and did alert to the presence 
of narcotic odor. A search of the vehicle 
revealed no contraband. 

Mr. Nagel was issued traffic citations for 
Driving Under Suspension & two headlights 
required. Mr. Nagel's girlfriend, Tiffany M. 
Stiles whom is the owner of the vehicle 
arrived at the scene of the stop. Ms. Stiles 
was also issued a traffic citation for 
wrongful entrustment for knowingly allowing 
Mr. Nagel to operate her vehicle knowing 
Mr. Nagel does not possess a valid drivers 
license. 

Both were given mandatory court dates of 
Friday April 13th, 2018 at 0830a.m. in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.
 
The vehicle was driven from the scene by 
Ms. Stiles.


CITED:
Michael M. Nagel Jr.
DOB: 1984
435 Heacock Rd.
Sebring, OH 44672
Charge: Driving Under Suspension / Two 
headlights required.


Tiffany M. Stiles
DOB: 1984
435 Heacock Rd.
Sebring, OH 44672
Charge: Wrongful Entrustment



Sgt. B. Smith 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182079
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
207 HAWLEY AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 block of 
Hawley for a report of possible animal 
neglectlcruelty. Officer arrived and spoke to 
the subject who advised that his dog had 
gotten tangled in the porch fence and had 
started choking.

There was evidence to support this claim 
and officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182080
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Fraud 
2488 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: DAVIS, DET B 


Officer responded to the Jalisco's Mexican 
Restaurant located at 2488 E. State St. for 
a fraud report. Upon arrival, evidence was 
collected and officer cleared.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182081
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Traffic Offense

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While on patrol officers initiated a traffic 
stop with a motor vehicle for a moving 
violation. During the stop, K9 Simon did 
indicate to a narcotic odor. The driver was 
ultimately given a written warning for the 
offense.


Ptl. DeRose 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182082
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
OVI Arrest
200 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

Officers initiated a traffic stop in the 200 
block of N Lincoln Ave. The driver of the 
vehicle was found to be impaired and taken 
into custody for OVI. There was also 
several open alcoholic beverage containers 
and marijuana paraphernalia located inside 
the vehicle. 

The male subject was taken back to Salem 
Police Department where he was 
processed and booked. The vehicle was 
towed from the scene by Kaiser's Towing.

The male subject then took a taxi company 
back to his residence inside the city.


Arrested: John Carrion
DOB: 1979
Address: 340 N Ellsworth Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: OVI ORC4511.19Ala, Headlights 
Required, ORC4513.031A, White Light to 
the Rear 4513.13A, Possession of 
Marijauna Paraphernalia city ordinance 
513.12, and Containing an Open Container 
of Intoxicating Liquor city ordinance 
529.07B4


Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182083
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

K9 Simon was requested by OSP Post 15 
for a K9 Sniff of a vehicle on US 62 at 
Homeworth Rd. K9 Simon was deployed 
and did indicate to narcotic odor. Officer 
stood by and assisted trooper as requested 
and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182084
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Suspicious Person
1761 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: DISPATCHER, STOCK

Officer responded to the 1700 block of E 
State St in regards to a suspicious persons 
report. The complainant advised that the 
subject in question had been giving the 
cashiers at the business a hard time and 
appeared to be under the influence of drugs 
and/or alcohol. Officer arrived on scene and 
checked the area but was unable to locate 
the person in question. 

Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182085
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / PENN AVE

Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer initiated a traffic stop on E State St 
and Penn Ave for an equipment violation. 
Upon speaking to the driver it was found 
that the driver had a suspended drivers 
license. AAA Towing responded to the 
scene to remove the vehicle from the 
roadway. The male driver was issued a 
traffic citation for Driving Under Suspension 
and white light to the rear of a motor 
vehicle.


Cited: Joshua J Gatewood
DOB: 1990
Address: 182 N Union Ave. Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charges: Driving Under Suspension (ORC 
4510.11), White light to the rear of motor 
vehicle (ORC 4513.13A)



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182086
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Check Well Being
861 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the 800 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a well being check for an 
elderly male. Officers checked the 
residence and the owner advised that the 
male subject is in a nursing home. 

The nursing home staff check on the male 
subject and he was found to be ok.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182089
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM
WALMART


Complainant: Timothy Blake, Martin St 
EAST PALESTINE, OH


2008 CHEV Aveo GRY 
Owner Tammy Blake 

Officers were dispatched to WalMart for a 
HitlSkip report. Officers arrived on scene 
and met with the complainant who stated 
that they were inside the store, and when 
they came out they had noticed that their 
vehicle had been damaged. Unit #1 was 
parked in a marked parking spot facing 
west and had damaged done to the rear 
bumper of the vehicle. 

Officer gathered photographs of the 
damage and information of the Unit #1's 
owner.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182090
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Ambulance Needed
2020 E STATE ST A

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 
2000 block of East State St for a reported 
medical emergency.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182093
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Theft
178 WOODLAND AVE

(4/10/2018 12:29:33 By: 172) WELLS 
FARGO

Officer took a report from a representative 
from Wells Fargo. He advised an outdoor 
heating / cooling compressor unit at 178 
Woodland was missing/stolen at an 
unknown time. An inspection was being 
performed at the house.

Unknown type or model at time of report.


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182095
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Domestic Dispute Report

Complainant: CLETIS MONROY

Officer took a report on station of an alleged 
domestic violence incident that occurred in 
the 900 block of E 6th St.

The complainant stated he wanted no 
action taken, a report only and no signs of 
violence were observed on his person.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182097
Date: Tuesday, April 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check

Complainant: BANAR, PTL D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE B SALEM, OH

Officer on patrol observed a female walking 
eastbound in the 100 blk of E. Pershing. 
Officer was aware of a warrant for said 
female that was on the active list from 
earlier today. Dispatch checked with 
Columbiana County Sheriff's office who 
verified that the warrant was active. 

She was stopped and advised of the 
warrant and taken into custody without 
incident. She was handcuffed and 
transported to Salem PD, booked and later 
turned over to a deputy from Columbiana 
County.


arrested: Tricia A. Watson
LKA: 962 Jones Dr.
Salem, OH 44460
dob: 1983
charge: warrant for assault



PTL Banar



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182057
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Suspicious Activity
325 W STATE ST

Police responded to the 300 block of W. 
State St. for suspicious activity for two 
subjects in a vehicle. Police later identified 
the two subjects to be juveniles. When 
making contact Police recovered drugs and 
drug paraphernalia.

One juvenile will be charged for the items 
recovered. Both juveniles were taken back 
to the station then released to an adult.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182058
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1180 S LINCOLN AVE B SALEM

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL C 

Officers responded to various residences in 
the city with CCSO to attempt contact with 
subjects who had arrest warrants. 

Officers attempted contact with three 
subjects, but no contact was made with any 
of them.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182059
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Unattended Fire
665 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer observed an unattended barbecue 
fire in the front yard of a residence in the 
600 block of Washington Ave.

Officer made contact with the subject and 
he was advised to attend the fire or put it 
out. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182060
Date Sunday, April 8,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
579 E THIRD ST 1R SALEM

Complainant: CODEY HYATT

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E. Third Street for a domestic fight report. 
Officers responded and made contact with 
the complainant who advised he and his 
girlfriend heard a disturbance at the 
apartment above them and a female yelling 
to stop being hit. The complainant advised 
the female was inside his apartment.

Officers made contact with the female 
subject who had a large amount of blood on 
her face and clothing. The female stated 
that she had an argument with her 
boyfriend who she resides with. The female 
stated that her boyfriend choked her, 
slapped her in the face several times and 
then struck her in the face with the palm of 
his hand. The female stated she did strike 
her boyfriend back to get him off of her. 

First responders and an ambulance service 
responded and the female was transported 
to the SRMC. Officers spoke with the male 
party involved who advised his girlfriend 
had been arguing with him and she was not 
letting him leave the house all evening and 
had been hitting him. He advised he did 
strike her in the face so that she would get 
away from him.

Scratch marks were observed on his neck 
and a hand print on his back. Photographs 
were obtained of both subjects. 

The male subject was also transported to 
the SRMC. The male subjects juvenile son, 
who had been present for the incident, was 
picked up by his grandfather. 

Officers later responded to the SRMC upon 
the male subject being discharged and he 
was subsequently placed in custody for 
domestic violence. The subject was 
transported back to the police department 
for booking and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: William C. Batton 579 12 E. Third 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
09130185)
Domestic Violence M1



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182061
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Barking Dog
440 W FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Officer responded to the 400 block of W. 
Fifth St. for a report of barking dogs. Officer 
was able to locate the dogs and make 
contact with the owner of them. The owner 
of the dogs brought them inside and was 
given a verbal warning and advised of 
consequences if the matter persist.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182062
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Neighbor Dispute
459 W FIFTH ST SALEM

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL

While on scene at another call officer 
observed a male and female subject get 
into a verbal altercation outside near the 
street. The subjects yelled profanities at 
one another and were advised to return to 
their residences.

Both subjects were given verbal warnings 
for disorderly conduct.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182063
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Assist Perry Police
PROSPECT ST

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

Officer responded to the Salem Acres with 
Perry Township PD to check for a male 
subject who had an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. Officers were not able 
to locate the male.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182064
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
447 CONTINENTAL DR 43 SALEM

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL J

Police responded to the 400 block of 
Continental Dr. to check for a male subject 
who had an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. The male was located 
and placed in custody. The male was 
transported to the Salem PD before being 
released to the County SO.


Arrested: William J. Mcfarland

Offense: Warrant (FTA OVI)


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182065
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Check Well Being
NEWGARDEN AVE / RR CROSS

Dispatch advised officers that there was a 
female walking the rail road tracks near 
American Standard contemplating suicide 
by train. A description was given and 
officers checked. The female was not 
located.



PTL Banar



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182066
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
2586 E STATE ST A

Officer(s) responded to the 2500 block of 
East State St for a report of a disabled 
vehicle in the roadway. On arrival officers 
provided traffic control until the vehicle 
could be removed. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182067
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Speak To Officer
500 E FOURTH ST

Officers were dispatched to the 500 Block 
of E. Fourth St, for a possible criminal 
mischief report. Officers met with staff 
members who explained that residents 
believed that their vehicles were being 
tampered with and would like stated that 
they would like an extra patrol in the area.



Ptl. Connolly 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182068
Date: Monday, April 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
929 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Franklin Ave. for a reported domestic 
dispute report. Officers spoke with all 
subjects involved and found no threats or 
violence occurred. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 



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Monday, April 09, 2018
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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182052
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
941 E SIXTH ST SALEM


Police responded to the 900 block of E. 6th 
St for a domestic dispute. Upon arriving 
both parties were already separated. Both 
parties advised nothing physical had 
occurred. The female attempted to leave 
when the argument began. The male had 
stated comments regarding his safety that 
concerned officers. The male willingly 
responded to Salem Hospital for an 
evaluation.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182054
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Domestic In Progress
254 W WILSON ST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a domestic related call reported by a 3rd 
party. Officers made
contact at the residence and no one 
reported any problems. Two females were 
asked several times if everything
was OK and they advised that it was. 
Officers did not observe any type of 
problems while on scene.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182055
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Domestic In Progress
284 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a domestic in progress. Officers arrived and 
located a male subject who was highly 
intoxicated yelling and a female subject 
bleeding from her hand. After an on scene 
investigation it was determined that the 
male subject was the aggressor. 

He was placed into custody and due to his 
intoxicated and violent actions, he was 
transported straight to the Columbiana 
County jail. Officer completed the domestic 
violence charges and Mr. Daughtery was 
served after being booked into the jail


Arrested:
Robert Jacob Daughtery
284 E. Third St.
Domestic Violence.



Ptl. D.Osberg 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182056
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Menacing / Threats

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

The complainant responded to this 
department to report threats she received 
from her daughter while she was
visiting her at the Salem Regional Medical 
Center. The complainant advised that her 
daughter signed herself out of the hospital 
against medical recommendation. She 
advised that she tried getting on the 
elevator with her daughter and her daughter 
shoved her trying to push her out. The 
complainant stated that her daughter then 
told her to get away from her or she would 
kill her. 

The complainant wanted a report on file and 
stated that she wished to pursue a 
protection order as well as charges against 
her daughter. 

Report and statement will be forwarded to 
the prosecutors office for review.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182051
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Fight 
430 N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: , ANONYMOUS 

Police responded to the 400 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. to take a report of a fight that 
took place several minutes prior to the 
complaint. The complainant advised officers 
that a known female subject punched her in 
the face and that she defended herself. The 
matter is under investigation.



PTL Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182050
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Medical Problem / Assist
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: SRMC, ER 1995 E STATE ST 

Officers responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center ER for an unruly patient 
creating a distrubance. The
individual was not free to leave per the 
doctor on call due to being intoxicated and 
having sustained a possible head injury. 
Officers attempted to explain to the 
individual that the doctor would be issuing a 
pink slip if the individual would not willing 
receive treatement. 

The individual initially was cooperative but 
subsequently became unruly again. 
Hospital staff ultimately had to apply 
restraints and sedate the individual. 

Officer explained the circumstances to a 
family member that had arrived at the ER. 
After confirming my presence was no longer 
necessary, officer cleared without incident. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182049
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
599 E STATE ST
BAR/NIGHT CLUB 

Police responded to Mike's Penn Grille for a 
report of several males outside arguing. 
The males were gone prior to officers 
arrival.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182048
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person 
544 E PERSHING ST A SALEM

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Pershing St for a report of a disorderly 
individual that had caused
damage to fixtures inside the bathroom of a 
business. Several witnesses had heard the 
comotion inside the
bathroom and observed the individual come 
out, after which time they entered and 
observed nobody else was in
the bathroom. 

Officer identified the individual who was still 
on scene. Officer explained the allegations 
and potential criminal consequences. 
Officer further explained that the business 
manager advised that if damages were paid 
for, the business would not pursue criminal 
charges. 

The individual denied causing the damage 
in spite of witnesses and evidence to the 
contrary. The incident is under investigation 
and once statements have been obtained 
from all wintesses, along with video and 
photographs, the matter will be sent for 
review for criminal charges. The business 
advised the individual was not welcome 
back, and he was advised that if he did he 
would be charged for criminal trespass. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 201 82047
Date: Sunday, April 8,2018
Fight
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

On 4/8/2018 officers responded to the 500 
block of S Broadway Ave in regards to a 
fight in progress. Upon arrival officers spoke 
with the victim along with multiple witnesses 
at the scene. Upon investigation it was 
discovered that another male subject had 
smashed a car window while the fight was 
going on. The witnesses on scene stated 
that the assailant was wearing a black 
clothing, a snap back hat, and had a 
stockier build. 

After investigation it was determined that a 
Travis R Culler was involved in the fight and 
was the aggressor involved.

The victim did not wish to press charges 
however officers involved charged Culler 
with disorderly conduct. Culler was then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Travis R Culler
Charge: Disorderly Conduct
DOB: 1988



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182046
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Loud Persons
1264 CEDAR RIDGE DR B

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 4/7/2018 officers responded to the 1200 
block of Cedar Ridge in regards to a noise 
complaint. Upon arrival
officers spoke with the subjects involved. 
Once the subjects understood to keep the 
noise down officers then
cleared without incident.



Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182044
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Fight
295 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: JERIKA CALL

Officers responded to an alley just south of 
W Pershing St in the 200 block in reference 
to a fight. 

Complainant advised that she heard 
screaming coming from a back yard down 
the street. 

Upon arrival the subjects had dispersed, but 
officers made contact with a male walking 
west bound. After speaking with the male, it 
was learned that he had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office. He was subsequently taken 
into custody. 

During the investigation, officers made 
contact with multiple other subjects in the 
area who were involved in the altercation. 
The subjects advised that they had 
responded to a residence in the 300 block 
of W Pershing St to confront another 
subject over an unknown matter, when the 
other subject exited his residence and 
began to spray O.C. spray in their faces. A 
physical altercation ensued prior to officers 
arrival. 

While officers were attempting to conduct 
the investigation, two of the male subjects 
detained continued to become disorderly 
after having been warned to cease their 
actions. Both male subjects were 
subsequently arrested to Disorderly 
Conduct. All three subjects were 
transported to the police department for 
processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Matthew P. Soldo DOB 1980
40722 SR 154
Lisbon, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Violation Of Court Order


Arrested: Lee T. Knight DOB 1996
339 Newgarden Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (ORC 
2917.11A1)


Arrested: Mark D. Knight DOB 1999
1802 Mackline Rd
New Waterford, OH 44445
Charge: Disorderly Conduct (ORC 291 
7.11A1)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182040
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING ST


Unit 1- Owner/Operator: Edward Little


Unit 2- Owner/Operator: Kenneth Tolson



TRAFFIC ACCIDENT


Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
S Lincoln Ave and E Pershing St in 
reference to a two vehicle traffic
accident. Upon arrival, officer spoke with all 
occupants who denied any injuries. Unit 1, 
a silver Toyota Tacoma, was travelling north 
bound on S Lincoln Ave and approaching 
the intersection at E Pershing St. Unit 2, a 
blue 1995 Chevy Corsica, was facing west 
bound on E Pershing St and stopped at the 
red light at S Lincoln Ave. Both units 
proceeded through the intersection at the 
same time, which resulted in both units 
colliding. 

Officer spoke with a Unit 2, the west bound 
lane of E Pershing St, and Unit 2 proceeded 
through the intersection. The witness 
advised, that after the light was green for a 
few moments, Unit 1 ran the red light on S 
Lincoln Ave and collided with Unit 2 in the 
intersection. 

The operator of Unit 1 was cited for a Red 
Light Violation (Salem ORD 313.03) and 
both units were driven from the scene.



Cited: Edward B. Little DOB 1966
965 S Lundy Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Red Light Violation (Salem ORD 
313.03)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182038
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / E PERSHING ST


Unit #1 Driver FRANCISCO PEREZ,  
Owner WALTER SICA 


Unit #2 Driver/Owner VINCENT CITINO 


Police responded to E. Pershing St and 
Southeast Blvd for a motor vehicle 
accident/hit skip. A vehicle (silver Buick) 
was traveling westbound on E. Pershing St 
at Southeast Blvd when a vehicle (silver 
SUV) coming the other direction turned left 
causing the accident. The SUV then 
continued on. A witness was able to provide 
Police information on the vehicle that left 
the scene. 

Dispatch was then advised another witness 
was following the vehicle at that time that 
matched the description / license. Police 
then responded to the residence where the 
subject fled to.

The SUV was then towed by Sinsleys and 
the driver was cited.


Cited: Francisco Perez
DOB: 1973
Add: 31111 Winona Rd
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Failure To Yield/Left turn, Leaving 
The Scene



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182033
Date: Saturday, April 7, 2018
Reckless Operator
2401 E STATE ST F

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with both plow drivers who seemed 
to be a little surprised about the call. They 
advised they would try and watch their 
speed?

Officer had observed them plowing but 
seemed ok.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182035
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Recovered Property
581 E STATE ST SALEM

The complainant responded to this 
department with a cell phone she found in 
the parking lot of the above location. No 
owner information could be located, 
therefore the phone was placed into lost 
and found pending the owner claiming it.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182036
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Recovered Property 
1973 WHINNERY RD SALEM 

Complainant: MADELEINE WARGO

Officers responded to the above location 
and spoke with a complainant who found 
two open packages on their front breeze 
way that are addressed to someone else. 
Officers located the owners of the packages 
and was returned.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182037 
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
N HOWARD AVE / W FOURTH S SALEM


Complainant: EDWARD ARSENA

Police responded to the area of N. Howard 
Ave and W. 4th St for a juvenile issue. The 
complainant advised a group of juveniles 
were throwing snowballs at vehicles. Police 
searched the area and attempted to make 
contact.

Police were unable to locate the juveniles.



Ptl Osberg 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182039
Date: Saturday, April 7, 2018
Domestic In Progress
910 S UNION AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
a reported dispute. Upon arrival, officer 
spoke to a male individual at the residence. 
He advised that he and his adult son had a 
verbal argument with some yelling involved. 
Nothing physical reported and the son had 
already departed the area prior to arrival.


Sgt. D. Green 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182041
Date: Saturday, April 7, 2018
Domestic Dispute Report
975 W WILSON ST A

Complainant: BRITTANY SMITH

Officers responded to the above noted 
address for a report of a domestic dispute. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she and her husband were currently 
involved in a verbal dispute. She stated that 
he told her to leave the residence and he 
kept their two year old child. Both parties 
were explained that neither could make the 
other party leave. No physical violence was 
reported. The male half was also advised 
that if the complainant left for awhile, he 
could not keep her out of the residence 
when she returned. 

Both parties were calm prior to departing.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182032
Saturday, April 7,2018
Public Assist
880 E THIRD ST


Complainant: MISTY HICKS

Officer responded to the 800 block of E. 
Third St. for a public assist. Officer was able 
to help the complainant with their issue.


PTL Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182031
Date: Saturday, April 7,2018
Assist Perry Police
1318 BEECHWOOD RD

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

Officer responded to the 1300 block of 
Beechwood RD. to assist Perry Township 
PD. Officer stood by until they were no 
longer needed.



PTL Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182030
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
619 E PERRY ST SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officers responded to various addresses 
within the city in an attempt to make contact 
with multiple subjects who had active arrest 
warrants out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office. Officers learned that one 
subject works at American Standard and 
responded there to make contact with him. 
Officers made contact with the subject and 
he was subsequently taken into custody. 

He was transported to the police 
department for processing and later 
transferred to the custody of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office.


Arrested: Alexander M. Brant DO9 
02/02/1995
619 E Perry St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- FTA-Disorderly Conduct



Ptl. Cochran 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182029
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported
110 w STATE ST SALEM
EURO GYRO

Complainant: JARRETT, STACY R


Unit 1 - Owner/Operator- Aaron Koch

Unit 2-- Owner/Operator- Stacy Jarrett


Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
E State St and N Ellsworth Ave in reference 
to a two vehicle traffic accident. Unit 1, a 
2007 Mazda, was travelling west bound on 
E State St and approaching the intersection 
at N Ellsworth Ave. Unit 2, a 2014 Chevy, 
was also travelling west bound on E State 
St and approaching the same intersection. 
Unit 2 was behind Unit 1. Unit 1, which 
intended to travel straight through the 
intersection west bound, had entered the 
turning lane to as if it was going to make a 
south bound (left) turn onto S Ellsworth 
Ave. 

Unit 2 continued straight in the west bound 
lane. Unit 1 did not make a south bound 
turn, but the driver decided to continue west 
bound through the intersection. This 
resulted in Unit 1 side swiping Unit 2. 

Unit 1 sustained only s? minor damage to 
the passenger side mirror, while Unit 2 
sustained minor damage to the driver side 
mirror and front wheel well. No injuries were 
reported. The driver of Unit 1 was cited for 
Reasonable Control (Salem ORD 331.34).


Cited: Aaron Douglas Koch DOB 1974
601 Two Ridge Rd Apt J4
Wintersville, OH 43953
Charge: Reasonable Control (Salem ORD 
331.34)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182028
Date: Friday, April 6,2018
Person To Be Removed
440 N BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of 
N Broadway Ave in reference to a person to 
be removed complaint.

Complainant advised that she no longer 
wanted the subject at her residence 
because he was intoxicated and cursing her 
out. Complainant advised that the subject 
does not reside at the residence. 

Officer spoke with the subject, who was in 
the process of leaving, and he was advised 
not to return. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182027
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
SOUTHEAST BLVD / FRANKLIN SALEM

Officer was dispatched to the above 
intersection in reference to a disabled 
vehicle. Officer responded and spoke with 
the owner, who advised that they had 
Sinsley Towing enroute. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182026
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
638 FRANKLIN AVE SALEM

The guardians of a male juvenile came on 
station due to him refuslng to return home. 
The juvenile has been violating his 
probation for several days now. The 
guardians filed a missing juvenile report and 
were advised of the proper method for flling 
unruly charges. The guardians were also 
advised to contact the juveniles probation 
officer.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident#:120182024
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Assist Perry Police
W STATE ST / JENNINGS AVE SALEM

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP PD, 
POLICE 2198 N ELLSWORTH AVE 
SALEM, OH 44460 (330)332-1000

Police responded to W. State St and 
Jennings Ave to assist Perry Twp PD for a 
traffic stop. Officers stood by while Perry 
Twp conducted a search of the vehicle. 
Drug contraband was recovered at the 
scene. Officers stood by until Perry Twp 
was finished with the investigation.




Ptl Osberg



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Saturday, April 07, 2018
09:04 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182024
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Assist Perry Police
W STATE ST / JENNINGS AVE SALEM

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP PD, 
POLICE 21 98 N ELLSWORTH AVE 
SALEM, OH 44460 (330)332-1000


Police responded to W. State St and 
Jennings Ave to assist Perry Twp PD for a 
traffic stop. Officers stood by while Perry 
Twp conducted a search of the vehicle. 
Drug contraband was recovered at the 
scene. 

Officers stood by until Perry Twp was 
finished with the investigation.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182023
Date: Friday, April 6,2018
Menacing \ Threats
405 E. State St

Police responded to the 400 block of E. 
State St for a report a threats. A subject at a 
business has been receiving threats over 
an incident that had occurred several days 
prior. Documentation of the threats and 
phone calls were taken. Employees were 
advised to contact Police for further threats 
or if the subject response to the business as 
stated.


Ptl Osberg 



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Salem Police Story Incident#:20182021
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Person To Be Removed
182 N UNION AVE SALEM

Complainant: MATTHEW NEWTON

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant/owner of the 
apartment building. He advised he had just 
purchased the building and has a contractor 
there to start fixing the place up.

He had already gotten a female out of an 
apartment on the second floor but a male is 
there and came out but won't leave. He is 
sitting in the hallway with his dog.

Officer talked with the male who advised he 
was visiting Joey another tenant there. The 
complainant/owner advised he was on his 
way out as far as he knew also.

The male agreed to get his belongings he 
had there and get them out of the way of 
the contractor.

The complainant/owner gave the male 
permission to visit Joey as long as that's all 
he was doing but he could not stay there.

The male advised he understood.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182017
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Theft
382 SHARP AVE

Complainant: SUSAN MYERS-SUTTON

Officers spoke with a complainant who 
stated that their temp tag was taken off their 
vehicle sometime over the last couple of 
days and didn't know what to do about 
getting a new plate. Officers advised the 
complainant about their options.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182016
Date: Friday, April 6,2018
Harassment
980 E FIFTH ST SALEM 

Complainant: LAUREN JENNINGS

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of harassment. Officers spoke with 
the complainant who stated that their ex 
was contacting them over a matter of 
money owned. Officers advised the 
complainant that money issues are a civil 
matter, but if the harassment continued 
Officers explained other options to the 
complainant.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182015
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Assist Other Agency
DEPOT RD \ SNYDER RD

Complainant: POST, 15

K9 Simon was requested and assisted an 
OSP Post 15 trooper on Snyder Rd. at 
Depot Rd. K9 Simon did indicate to narcotic 
odor and officers stood by and assisted the 
Trooper without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182014
Date: Friday, April 6, 2018
Domestic Dispute Report
491 E PERRY ST SALEM

Officers responded to a domestic in 
progress in the 400 block of E Perry St. 
After arriving on scene officer found an 
active domestic dispute occurring. An 
investigation revealed no violence and only 
a verbal argument with both subjects giving 
a consistent statement to the events.  

One party left the residence for the evening 
and officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182013
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
OVI Arrest
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILROAD SALEM

Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop on 
Newgarden Ave near Railroad St. Upon 
speaking to the driver it was believed that 
he had been intoxicated on this date. 
Officer then had the male subject perform 
SFST testing, subsequently the male 
subject was placed under arrest for OVI. 

The male subject was then transported to 
the Salem PD for booking and processing. 
The male subject was issued a traffic 
citation for OVI and marked lanes violation. 

While on station the male subject refused to 
call for a sober ride home and was then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: Brent L Baddeley
Address: 931 Newgarden Avenue, Salem, 
Ohio, 44460
DOB: 1966
Charge(s): Marked Lanes Violation, OVI 
(4511.19Al a)



Ptl Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182012
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Assist Perry Police
FILBERT AVE / E WILSON ST

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

Officer assisted Perry Twp. PD on a traffic 
stop on E Wilson Ave. and Filbert. Officer 
stood by and cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182011
Date:
Underage Consumption 
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR/NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: CALLER, ANOUNYMOUS 

An anonymous complainant called in to 
make a tip of an underage male subject 
lately consuming alcohol at a local 
establishment in the 400 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. Dispatch took the 
information over the phone due to all 
officers being tied up on an emergency call.



Sgt. B. Smith 



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Salem Police De~artment Incident #: 
20182010
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Fight 
496 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM
BAR/NIGHT CLUB 

Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN

Officers responded to a fight at Fernengles 
Tavern in the 400 block of S. Broadway 
Ave. After arriving officer witnessed an 
assault in progress, with the suspect failing 
to comply with orders to stop. The suspect 
was arrested and while arresting him he 
resisted arrest. 

Due to the nature of the assault, officer will 
turn that investigation over to the 
Detectives. 

The male in custody was transported on 
station, processed and transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.

Ptl. M. Garber

Arrested: William A. Wilson DOB:1956 of 
2640 Cunningham Rd. Salem Oh
Charge: Disorderly conduct, persisting 
(M4), Resisting Arrest (M2)



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182009
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Open Door
180 OHIO AVE 4

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL 

Officers responded to the 100 Blk of Ohio 
Ave. to locate a subject involved in a 
protection order violation. Upon arrival, 
officers located an open door at the 
residence and the residence appeared to 
be broken into. 

Officers cleared the residence and nobody 
was located. Officers secured the door prior 
to leaving.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182006
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Intoxicated Driver
400 BLOCK OF E PERSHING

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D 

Officers responded to a reported intoxicated 
driver in the area of the 400 block of E 
Pershing St. at the rear of a business on S. 
Broadway Ave. This was the second time 
this date the vehicle was called in as an 
intoxicated driver. Officers located the 
suspect vehicle and found the vehicle to be 
the same that officers had an earlier
complaint of an intoxicated driver on. 

During an encounter with the driver officer 
found him to be intoxicated and placed him 
under arrest. The driver was transported on 
station, processed and released to a cab to 
ensure his safe transportation home.

Ptl. M. Garber


Arrested: David J. Gbur DOB: 1955 of 300 
Vine Ave. Apt 5 Salem
Charge: OVI CCMC date of 4-9-18



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20182005
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Protection Order Violation
285 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ASHLEY HOUSE

Officer responded to the 200 Blk of W. 
Pershing St. for a protection order violation. 
Complainant/victim stated that her ex, who 
she has a protection against was sending 
her messages on Face Book. Complainant 
also advised that her ex was outside her 
residence speaking with her children, who 
are also protected under the protection 
order. Officers were unable to locate the 
subject in question. Charges are pending.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182002
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Sex Offense 
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM


Officers responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Boulevard for a sex offense 
involving a minor. The complainant advised 
she had heard several allegations that a 
family member was sexually assaulting her 
son. Officers spoke with the male subject 
who made the allegations and he advised 
that he witnessed several incidents where 
the family member was inappropriately 
touching the minor. 

The complainant was advised to have the 
juvenile checked by medical personnel at 
Akron Children's. Detective Davis and 
Columbiana County Children Services were 
advised and the incident and it is currently 
under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20182001
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Animal Complaint
2072 E ELEVENTH ST SALEM

Complainant: MELISSA COSTA

Officers responded to the 2200 block of 
East 11th Street for a report of a sick or 
injured raccoon. Upon arrival officers 
witnessed the raccoon run under a porch of 
a home and did not come out. Officers 
advised the complainant to contact us again 
if further needed and we cleared without 
further incident. 


PTL DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181995
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Criminal Trespassing
2337 OAK ST 

Officers were called to remove a unwanted 
female from the residence. There has been 
a history at this residence of the female 
resident and the unwanted person, not 
getting along. The male who lives at the 
house was not there to "allow" her to be 
there as a guest. 

Officers asked the woman to leave. She did 
so without incident but asked for a free ride 
across town to which she was denied. 



Banar901



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Friday, April 06, 2018
07:20 AM -0500

Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181991
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Accidental Damage
805 S L INCOLN AVE

Complainant: JOSEPH SIMPSON

Officer were dispatched to the 800 block of 
S. Lincoln Ave. for a accidental damage 
report. Officers were advised that Unit#l 
pulled into the drive way of a residents and 
while backing out of the residents struck a 
tree on the residential owners property. It 
appears to have cause minor damage to 
the tree as well as cause damage to the 
area around the tree. 

The Complainant stated that the Unit #1 
had minor damage to the tail light of the 
vehicle.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181 996
Date: Thursday, April 5, 2018
Accident Private Property 
1200 E SIXTH ST 
SALEM HS


Officer(s) responded to the rear parking lot 
of the High School for a reported private 
property accident. Unit # 1 had been legally 
parked and occupied when it was struck by 
unit # 2. Unit # 2 had been driving through 
the lot when it struck unit # 1. There were 
no reported injuries and no citations were 
issued. Officers cleared.


Unit # 1 / owner / Tina Sinkovich
vehicle / 2017 Dodge


Unit # 2 / owner / Melissa Kitts
driver /  (JUVENILE)
vehicle / 2006 Ford



PTL Keister



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181994
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Ambulance Needed
310 VINE AVE SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
Vine Ave for a reported medical emergency. 
On arrival officers located the person in 
question sitting in his vehicle. The man was 
transported to the ER by ambulance. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181993
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Open Door
246 E SEVENTH ST

Complainant: DOROA SANDOE

Officers responded to the 200 block of East 
7th St for a report of a open door on a 
residence. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. 

Officers had dispatch make contact with the 
homeowner and she was advised of the 
situation. Officers got the family pets to go 
back into the residence then secured the 
door in question. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181989
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S LINCOLN AVE at COLUMBIA 


Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been traveling north 
in the 300 block of South Lincoln when it 
was struck in the side by Unit # 2. Unit # 2 
had been turning north onto South Lincoln 
from Columbia St when it struck unit # 1. 
There were no reported injuries and both 
vehicles were driven from the scene. 

The driver of unit # 2 was cited for FTY from 
a intersection.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Shirley Martin
vehicle / 2013 Ford


Unit # 2 / owner / Dwain Smith
driver / Tammra Smith



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181992
Date: Thursday, April 5,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
NEWGARDEN 400 BLOCK C 
AMERICAN STNDRD GUARD SHACK


Unit 1 parked Truck Ohio PVN8095
trailer: not damaged
driver: Alin Calugar


Unit 2 Truck Indiana 2415856
Trailer: Ontario CA, N8720W
driver: Saif Hameedi


Unit 1 was parked to the right of unit 2. Unit 
1 was on the north side of unit 2. Unit 1 was 
parked at the loading dock when unit 2 
began to pull out. Driver of unit 2 struck unit 
1 with the trailer of unit 2, colliding with the 
truck of unit 1. This caused minor damage 
to unit 1's left mirrors, fender and headlight 
lens. Unit 2's trailer received scratches 
about half way back on the right side. 

Neither driver was injured. Officer took 
photos of the damages and attached to this 
report. No cite issued, private property. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181977
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Fire Alarm
423 S LUNDY AVE A
GROCERY

Complainant: AUDIO ALARM, SECURITY 

Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Lundy Ave for a call of a fire alarm. Upon 
arrival, officers noticed that the sprinklers 
were active and had customers evacuate 
the building. Officers stood by and assisted 
the Fire Department until the scene was 
secure and cleared without further incident.



Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181978
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
N LINCOLN AVE / E NINTH STREET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 900 blk of N. 
Lincoln for a report of a limb in the roadway. 
Upon arrival, officer was able to remove the 
limb from the roadway.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181980
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Suspicious Person
201 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM
CONVENIENCE STORE

Officers responded to the 200 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a suspicious male digging 
through the trash. The male subject was 
found to be impaired and first responders 
and an ambulance were called to the 
scene. 

The male subject was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181984
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Unknown Problem
746 E THIRD ST

Complainant: MELISSA DEMEO

Officers responded to the 700 block of E 
Third St for an unknown problem. The 
complainant continued to call the police 
department and hang up. 

The complainant stated she was attempting 
to find out what happened to her roommate 
since he had not returned home. The 
complainant advised that officers had dealt 
with him earlier this evening and he had 
been transported to Salem Regional 
Medical Center.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Thursday, April 05, 2018
08:25 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181975
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Theft
2511 BENTLEY DR 1 SALEM

Complainant: SARA DELP

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported theft. 
Upon arrival, the complainant advised an 
unknown person removed money from her 
wallet. The complainant believes the theft 
occurred around March 25.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181974
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Accident Private Property
2487 E STATE ST B SALEM

Complainant: THOMAS BRANNON,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431 

Complainant on station to report he backed 
into a vehicle at the above stated location 
on 04/03/18. The complainant advised he 
left contact information on the vehicle but 
wanted the incident documented. 
Complainant's vehicle did not sustain any 
damage and he did not observe damage to 
the other vehicle.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181973
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Littering / Dumping
201 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Complainant: TOY, SGT

While on patrol, officer observed a subject 
putting signs on an OE pole for a metal roof 
company. Officer informed the subject of 
the city ordinance and he advised the signs 
would be removed.


Sgt. K. Toy


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181972
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Check Well Being
785 E STATE ST A

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL

Officer(s) performed a well being check on 
a person known to them in the 700 block of 
East State St. After speaking with the 
female Officers called for First Responders 
and a ambulance. The female was 
voluntarily transported to the ER for 
evaluation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181971
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Domestic In Progress
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported domestic in 
progress. On arrival officers spoke with the 
persons involved. It was determined to be a 
verbal dispute between two persons. 
Officers advised both of the options for 
dealing with the situation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181969
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Menacing / Threats
514 CONTINENTAL DR 48

Complainant on station to report a threat 
made at the above stated location. The 
complainant advised his neighbor made a 
threat of harming him. 

Officer explained his option of pursuing the 
matter but the complainant just requested 
the matter documented at this time.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181968
Date:
Theft
2511 BENTLEY DR 1 SALEM
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018

Complainant: SARA DELP

Officers were dispatched to the 2500 block 
of Bentley Dr. for a theft report. Officer met 
with the complainant who stated that they 
had money taken from their wallet at an 
unknown time during the past week. 

Officer gathered the information needed 
and cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181963
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
1453 ALLEN RD SALEM

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL 

While on patrol officers observed a broken 
utility pole in the 1400 block of Allen Rd. 
Officers had dispatch contact the FD as well 
as Ohio Edison about the situation. Officers 
provided traffic control until barricades 
could be set up. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181962
Date: Wednesday, April 4,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
SCARBORO LN / PAINTER RD

Complainant: CONNOLLY, PTL

Officer were dispatched to the area of 
Panter Rd. and Scarboro Ln. for a tree 
down in the roadway. Officers arrived on 
scene and notified the Street department. 
Once the Street Department and removed 
the tree officers cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181954
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Assault
405 E STATE ST

Complainant: CHRISTOPHER FORTUNE,  
NILES, OH 44446

Officer responded to the police department 
to meet with a male complainant who 
wanted to file an assault report that 
occurred at a business in the 400 block of 
E. State Street. The complainant advised 
that he was not satisfied with the service of 
the business and posted a message about 
it online. He stated that he was at the 
business today with a friend and he had an 
issue with a male employee of the business 
and the owner. The complainant advised he 
was struck in the face while near a back 
room by the employee and the owner. 

Officer observed a small mark near the 
complainants left eye and obtained 
photographs. The complainant advised he 
wished to pursue charges and filled out a 
written statement. A statement was also 
obtained from a female subject that was 
present with him. 

Officer later made contact with the owner of 
the business who stated that the other 
employee involved left for the day. The 
owner advised the complainant was 
causing problems inside the business and 
he advised his employee to give the 
complainants money back, which they did, 
and the complainant was to leave. The 
owner advised that he walked in on the 
complainant speaking with his employee 
and he separated the two.

The owner advised he fell to the ground 
with the complainant and advised the 
complainant to leave his business. The 
owner advised he never struck the 
complainant and does not believe his 
employee did either. 

The owner responded to the police 
department to complete a written statement 
along with another female employee of the 
business. Officer will follow up with the 
other employee involved in the alleged 
altercation. Investigation pending.


Ptl. C. Crider 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181955
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Flooded Roadway
0 BUTCHER RD / S CUNNINGHAM 

Officer responded to check Butcher Rd for a 
report of the roadway flooding. Several 
portions of the roadway inside city limits 
were observed to have water overflowing 
from the drainage ditches and onto the 
road, however the water was merely 
surface run off. As a safety precaution, 
officer continued a short distance beyond 
city limits and checked the basin of a valley 
that Butcher Rd passes through. A 
moderate amount of storm run off was 
flowing across the road, however the water 
was not deep and the level of a nearby 
pond was not even close to the level of the 
roadway. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181956
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Speak To Officer
440 N BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer responded to the 400 block of N 
Broadway Ave for a speak to officer report. 
Complainant advised that she met a male 
over a dating website and after they had 
relations, he advised her that he possesses 
an auto immune disease. The matter is 
under investigation.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181958
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
189 E THIRD ST 1

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMPLAINT 

Officers responded to the 100 block of E 
Third St to take a female into custody who 
had an active arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office. Officers 
received an anonymous tip that the female 
was located there and made contact with a 
female tenant. The female advised that the 
subject was not on scene, but allowed 
officers to search the interior of the 
residence for her. Officers located the 
female subject hiding inside a closet and 
she was subsequently taken into custody 
on the arrest warrant. The female was 
transported to the police department for 
processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail. Officers cleared.


Arrested: Nickole M. Hoschar DOB 1992
5393 112 Bye Rd
East Palestine, OH 44413
Charge: Warrant- FTA (ORC 2935.08)


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181959
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Suspicious Activity
189 E THIRD ST 1

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMPLAINT

A resident of the 100 block of E Third St 
had advised officers that a wanted female 
individual who had been staying there had 
since moved out. The resident gave 
consent to check inside the apartment and 
officers located the wanted female hiding in 
a closet. As a result, the resident was 
placed under arrest for obstruction of official 
business. The resident was properly 
handcuffed and transported to Salem PD. 
Once processed she was transported to 
Columbiana County Jail along with the 
female that had been arrested on the 
warrant.


Arrested: Mary D. Fitch DOB 1980
189 E Third St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Obstructing Official Business (ORC 
2921.31)


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181960
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
RR Crossing Gate Malfunction 
W WILSON ST / RAILROAD CR 

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL

While on patrol officer noticed the railroad 
crossing gates on W. Wilson St. were 
malfunctioning. Officer did observe the 
gates function properly when a train came. 
Norfolk Southern was contacted and 
advised of the malfunction.



PTL BROOKS



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Wednesday, April 04, 2018
08:35 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181944
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: Donna 

Report of a drive off at the above address. 
Upon arrival, the employee advised that a 
subject in a Maroon SUV had pumped 
$23.00 worth of gas and left without paying. 
Employee advised that she was unable to 
get a license plate and that the vehicle left 
the parking lot westbound.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181945
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
325 W STATE ST

Complainant: CALLER, UNKNOWN

Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area but did not locate any 
female or any one in the parking lot. The lot 
was clear.

The female caller had advised never mind 
false alarm on over dosing.

Dispatch advised 91 1 showed 345 W. 
Pershing which officer had checked was 
dark no vehicles around and no one 
answered the door.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181946
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
KEY- Residential Lockout
675 ARCH ST

Complainant: C.A.R.T.S., (330)424-4015

Officers responded to the above location for 
a residential lockout, prior to Officers arrival 
the complainant was able to gain access to 
the residence.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181947
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Solicitor(s) 
400 BLOCK OF W FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a male subject selling steaks. 
Officers spoke with the male subject and 
advised him he needed a permit to sell 
items in the city. He agreed and said he 
would go get a permit.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181948
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
1995 E STATE ST B SALEM

Complainant: ER NURSE, 1995 E STATE 
ST SALEM

Report of a distraught/upset male subject 
that left the above location. Upon arrival, 
officers were advised that the male subject 
had left in a White PT Crusier westbound 
on E. Pershing St. Officers checked the 
area for several minutes and were unable to 
locate.


Ptl Miller


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181949
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
2511 BENTLEY DR 1 SALEM

Police responded to the 2500 block of 
Bentley Rd. A worker advised that a 
resident had been advising of misuse.

Police spoke with care takers who advised 
the resident is not in a good mental state. 
After looking into the situation no incident 
had seemed to have occurred.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181950
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Reckless Operator
2955 E STATE ST A SALEM

Officers responded to the above location for 
a reckless operator. The vehicle in question 
was located pulling into the parking lot of 
2875 E. State St. Contact was made with 
the driver and he was advised of the 
complaint. Due to him appearing lethargic, 
the first responders and KLG were 
requested to affirm that no medical 
problems were an issue. The driver was 
found to have been up for several hours 
working multiple jobs. He advised that he 
was not going to drive for awhile and rest in 
the parking lot.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181951
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Intoxicated Driver
423 S LUNDY AVE A

Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area for a white van with 
ladders on the top  heading east bound on 
Columbia from the Sparkle lot. The male 
operator was supposedly possibly 
intoxicated?

Officer checked the flats and surrounding 
area but did not locate it.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181952
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
939 JEFF ERSON AVE

Police responded to the 900 block of 
Jefferson Ave for an unruly juvenile. The 
juvenile has been giving the guardian 
several issues and refused to listen. 
Officers spoke with the juvenile who refused 
to cooperate. The guardian was advised of 
the proper way to file charges at the 
juvenile court.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181931
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
175 W STATE ST
SPEEDWAY GAS STATION


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 1997 Jeep SW Wrangler Green in 
color (DRIVER LESS)
Owner: Ralph Killing 14199 Berlin Station 
Rd Berlin Center, Ohio 44401
Operator/Parked vehicle: Joshua Killing 321 
81 Gurlea St Hanoverton, Ohio 44423


Operator parked Unit #1 in front of the ice 
chest(s) at speedway pulling on the center 
emergency brake while he went inside. The 
operator advised that as he was walking in 
front of Unit #1 a person stopped him and 
advised him that Unit #1 was moving 
backwards (westerly direction).

Unit #1 driver less went across S. Howard 
striking the building at 209 S. Howard in the 
south center panel approximately an 8' X 
12" section.

No injuries reported at time of crash. No 
Unit was towed.

Operator who parked Unit #1 advised he 
must not have gotten the emergency brake 
all the way up locking it in. He advised it 
was going backwards slowly but was just 
too far away by the time he went to try and 
stop it.


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181932
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Shoplifter(.)
2955 E STATE ST E
BEAUTY SHOP

Police responded to Sallys Beauty Supply 
in the 2900 block of E. State St for a theft. A 
male and a female were in the store when 
the female placed an item inside of her 
purse. The employee advised the female 
about the situation as she was walking out 
the door. Then the employee questioned 
the male he rushed out of the store.

The male and female were both identified 
as well as the item taken. Further 
investigation pending.


Ptl. Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181933
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Civi l Matter
679 OHIO AVE

Complainant: CLINTON PARKER,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408 

Officers responded to the above location 
and was advised by the owner/landlord of 
the property that an unwanted male subject 
was there attempting to take property that 
was not to be removed.

It was found that the male came there to 
pick up property of his female friend who 
had moved out. He came with another male 
to help get the stackable washer & dryer out 
of the basement worth, according to the 
male subject $430.00.

The complainant/landlord advised that the 
place was left in a mess and they are trying 
to clean it up throwing numerous items out.

The complainant/landlord advised he does 
not have a key to the basement at this time, 
the other renter has it so he couldn't even 
get into the basement at this time.

Both the complainant/landlord and the male 
subject there advised that they had 
threatened each otherlhe said - she said 
things.

Officer advised the male subject he was to 
leave and advise the female whom he was 
talking with on the phone that this was a 
civil matter and take it there.

The complainant/landlord advised if he had 
the key to the basement he would have let 
them in to take it. The male advised that 
was not true and he told him to get off his 
porch and property.

The male left with another male in a pick up 
truck who had come to help.

Note: The male subject advised they had 
scrubbed the apartment down and it was 
clean he didn't know what the 
complainant/landlord was talking about the 
mess.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181934
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Dog at Large 
JENNINGS AVE / W FIFTH ST SALEM 

Complainant: CHARITY TOWNSEND

Officer was dispatched to the above area in 
reference to a dog at large. Complainant 
advised of a black pitbull mix running loose 
in the area. Upon arrival, officer checked 
the surrounding area for several minutes 
but, was unable to locate the dog. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181935
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Assist Perry Police
W STATE ST B SALEM

Complainant: POLICE DEPARTMENT, 
PERRY TW 

Officer was dispatched to the 11 00 block of 
W State St to assist a Perry Township 
Police Department officer on a traffic stop. 
Perry PD stopped a gold van and the officer 
observed the odor of marijuana emanating 
from the interior of the vehicle. The 
occupants were asked to step out of the 
vehicle and subsequently patted down for 
weapons and searched by Perry PD. 
Marijuana paraphernalia was located on 
one of the occupants. 

During a probable cause search of the 
vehicle, multiple tear off baggies of an 
unknown white powdered substance and 
Marijuana were located inside a black draw 
string bag that was found inside a floor 
compartment. These items were 
confiscated by Perry PD. 

The driver and passenger were both cited 
respectively for their involvement and 
released. Officer stood by until Perry PD 
concluded their investigation. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181936
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Shoplifter
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Police responded to Walmart for a theft 
report. A female subject was detained for 
failing to scan multiple items and passing all 
points of sale without rendering payment. 
The female voluntarily admitted the theft to 
this officer and was placed into custody. 
The female was processed at Salem PD 
and then transported to Columbiana County 
Jail.


Arrested: Samantha L. Morgan
DOB: 1993
ADD: 711 E. 5th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Theft



Ptl Osberg 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181938
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1180 S LINCOLN AVE B SALEM

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant in the 1100 block of S Lincoln Ave. 
Officers spoke with the subject's father who 
advised that the subject was at a friends 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181939
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Drive Off 
968 8 STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY 

Ofticer responded to Smith Oil Gas Station 
for a drive off. A red 90's van pumped $40 
worth of gas and drove off before making 
payment.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181941
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Traffic Offense
E PERSHING ST / OHIO AVE

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL 

Officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle 
for an equipment violation on E. Pershing 
St. near Ohio Ave. After identifying the 
subjects in the vehicle it was found that a 
male passenger of the vehicle had an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. The 
male was taken into custody and 
transported to the PD and later released to 
Columbiana County SO.


Arrested: Jason W. Yates
DOB: 1979
Offense: Warrant ( Narcotic Equip 
Possesion)



PTL BROOKS



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181942
Date: Tuesday, April 3,2018
Check Well Being
2875 E STATE ST
SUPERMARKET

Officer was dispatched to WaCMart on E. 
State Street to check the well being of a 
male subject who advised staff he had no 
place to go for the night. Officer responded 
and made contact with the subject who 
advised he is from Wooster, Ohio and has 
no way to get back to Wooster after being 
released from the Columbiana County Jail 
today. 

Contact was made with two motels to check 
on a room under the transient program, but 
no rooms were available. The subject was 
transported back to the police department 
to wait in the lobby until the morning.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Tuesday, April 03, 2018
08:19 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181915
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Traffic Offense
1000 W STATE ST

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
1000 block of W State St. for a moving 
violation. Officer during the stop believed 
the driver may need medical assistance and 
called for the Salem FD and EMT 
ambulance to check the driver. The driver 
refused medical treatment and was given a 
warning for the moving violation. Officer 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181916
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
100 BLOCK OF E THIRD

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officers initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
for an equipment violation in the 200 block 
of E Third St. During the traffic stop K9 
Simon was deployed for an open air sniff of 
the vehicle and Simon did indicate to 
narcotic odor. A probable cause search of 
the vehicle did yield marijuana. A passenger 
of the vehicle was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation.


Cited: Amanda J. Durkin
DOB: 1992
Address: 288 E Third St Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181917
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Civil Matter
378 W FOURTH ST

Officer spoke with several subjects in the 
300 block of W 4th St. in reference to a civil 
matter. It was explained multiple times to all 
involved that the matter of residency was 
civil and officers could take no action. 
Officers cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181918
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Assist Perry Police
1995 E STATE ST A

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

Officer responded to the 1900 block of E 
State St to assist Perry Township Police 
with locating a vehicle. The parking lots 
were checked at the hospital but the vehicle 
was not located.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181919
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
OVI  Arrest
N Ellsworth Ave and E Second St

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the area of N 
Ellsworth Ave and E Second St for an 
intoxicated driver. The vehicle was located 
at a nearby residence and was running. The 
driver was located inside the vehicle 
sleeping and was administered field 
sobriety. The driver was taken into custody 
for OVI and transported back to the Salem 
Police Department to be processed and 
booked. The male subject was released 
and given a ride home by a local taxi 
company.


Arrested: John Zamora
DOB: 1955
Address: 746 E Third St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: OVI ORC 4511.19Ala and 
4511.19A2b


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181922
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Menacing / Threats 
855 W STATE ST SALEM

Officers responded to the 800 block of w 
State St for as menacing report. Employees 
at the business stated that a male asked for 
an employee that wasn't working. He 
started making verbal threats on his life and 
soon left when the employees started taking 
pictures. 

Officers obtained written statements from 
the employees and the victim. The male 
was identified as a juvenile and located at 
his residence inside the city. The male 
juvenile admitted to making several threats 
and was taken into custody. The male was 
transported to the Salem Police
Department where he was processed then 
transported to Tobin.


Arrested: Devon Reynolds (JUVENILE)
DOB: 05-04-2004
Address: 664 Washington Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Aggrivated Menacing ORC 
2903.21


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181923
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Speak To Officer
192 W FOURTH ST B

Officer spoke with a subject on station 
about a civil matter in the 100 block of W 
Fourth St. Officer advised her the Courts 
handle the eviction process and removals 
are generally done by the CCSO. Officer 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181924
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment 

Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of harassment. 
Information was gathered and officers 
cleared.


Ptl DeRose



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181925
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
911 Hang-up Call
930 HIGHLAND AVE SALEM

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to 930 Highland Ave. for 
a report of a 911 hang-up call. Upon arrival, 
the exterior of the residence was checked 
and found to be in order. Contact was made 
with the home owner who advised that her 
husband was shutting off his phone and 
must have accidentally dialed 911. 

No issues were encountered and officers 
cleared.


Sgt. B. Smith 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181926
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Reckless Operator
E STATE ST / S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD

Officers responded to W State St for a 
reckless operator. Dispatch notified officers 
that the vehicle stopped at a green light and 
used the wrong turn signal. Officers located 
the vehicle at Speedway. Officers made 
contact with the driver of the vehicle and the 
driver was found to have a suspended 
license. 

The driver was cited for driving under 
suspension. A valid driver retrieved the 
vehicle.

Ptl. DeRose


Cited: Donna D Comtois
Offense Charged: Driving Under 
Suspension
DOB: 1968
Address: 23132 Apt. A St Rt 30 Minreva 
44652




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181927
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Assist Other Agency
2875 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: GOSHEN TWNSHIP, PD 

Officer responded to a business in the 2800 
block of E State St to assist another agency 
in locating a runaway juvenile. Goshen 
Police advised that a juvenile had ran away 
from her residence and was believed to be 
at this location inside of the city. Officer 
arrived on scene and checked the business 
but was unable to locate any juvenile 
matching the description that was given. 
Officer advised the manager on duty of the 
incident and told her to contact the Salem 
Police Department if the juvenile is found in 
the store. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181928
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Assault
687 S LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Officers responded to the 600 block of S 
Lincoln Ave in regards to an assault report. 
Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
male victim who advised that three male 
subjects had assaulted him over an 
argument. The victim and a witness filled 
out a voluntary statement form and officer 
took photographs of the victim's injuries.

Officer later responded to the 1100 block of 
Prospect St with Perry Township Police 
Department for a follow up in regards to this 
incident. Upon identifying the subjects it 
was found that one of the male subjects did 
have an active warrant out of Beaver 
County, Pennsylvania. Perry PD then 
placed the male in custody once the 
warrant was confrmed.

The following incident is under investigation 
and will be sent to a prosecutor for review.


Ptl Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181929
Date: Monday, April 2,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
196 W EIGHTH ST SALEM

Complainant: KLARYSA GREEN,  LAKE 
MILTON, OH 44429

Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
Eighth St for a dispute. The complainant 
advised her boyfriend would not get out of 
the vehicle and go into his grandmother's 
residence due to him being intoxicated. 

When officers arrived the male subject had 
already went into the residence. Officers 
made contact with the male subject who 
advised he was ok and had a verbal dispute 
with the complainant. The complainant had 
stated that she was going back to her 
mother's residence and both parties would 
be separated for the evening.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Monday, April 02, 2018
08:47 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181910
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Barking Dog
834 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
N. Ellsworth Ave. for a dog complainant. 
Officers arrived on scene and made 
negative contact with any dogs. The 
complainant stated that they did not wish to 
speak with an officer.


Ptl. Connolly 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181892
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Accident Private Property

Complainant: TOY, SGT K


Unit 1, Self Insured under State of Ohio, 
4200 Surface Rd, Columbus OH 43228. -
Owner State of Ohio

Unit 2, Driver THERESA MORRIS, Owner 
GEORGE MORRIS 


While on patrol, an officer did observe a 
motor vehicle accident on private property 
in the 200 block of S Broadway. It was 
found that Unit #2 had backed from a 
parking spot and struck Unit #1 which was 
legally parked. Report numbers were issued 
and photographs were taken.


Ptl. DeRose



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181889
Date. Saturday, March 31,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
325 W STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: LAUREN JENNINGS

Complainant on station to report that her 
car had been damaged while at work in the 
300 block of West State St. The 
complainant stated that she believed that 
her vehicle had been keyed by a co worker 
while parked at her place of employment. 
Officers took photos of the damage and will 
review the video of the parking lot. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181896
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Assist Other Agency 

Complainant: OSP, LISBON

Officer stood by while OSP administered a 
BAC test and cleared without incident.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181909
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised her neighbor came 
home in the middle of the night and was 
intoxicated and causing an issue outside 
the residence. Both subjects had a verbal 
dispute before they went their separate 
ways. 

The male subject was advised to remain in 
his residence for the evening due to his 
intoxication level.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181908
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Intoxicated Person

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol located an intoxicated 
subject with an open container outside a 
business in the 200 block of N. 
Cunningham Rd. The subject was honest 
with officer, from out of state and unsure of 
the laws for Ohio. The subject was advised 
just to stay in the building or entrance of the 
building to avoid citation/arrest. Officer 
cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181907
Date:Sunday, April 1,2018
Traffic Offense
PERSHING ST / PARK AVE SALEM 

Complainant: WALLA, PTL C 

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop with a 
vehicle for an equipment violation on E 
Pershing St and Park Ave. K9 Simon was 
deployed to perform an open air sniff of the 
vehicle and did indicate to the presence of 
narcotic odor coming from the vehicle. A 
passenger in the vehicle was found to be a 
juvenile and was in violation of the City 
Curfew Ordnance. Contraband was also 
recovered from the juvenile. 

The female juvenile was then placed in 
custody for an unruly & delinquency 
offense. She was transported to the Salem 
Police Department where she was later 
released to her parents. This incident will be 
turned over to the department's juvenile 
officer.


Arrestee: (JUVENILE)
Kara Kramp
DOB: 2001
178 Fair Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Unruly & Delinquency



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181906
Date: Sunday, April 1,2018
Assist Perry Police
GEORGETOWN RD / PROSPECT ST 
SALEM

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officer responded to the area of 
Georgetown Rd and Prospect St to assist 
Perry Police. It was found that two male 
subjects had been walking in the roadway 
highly intoxicated. Officer stood by while 
Perry Township conducted their 
investigation.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181905
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
900 BLOCK OF E THIRD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 900 block of E. 
Third St. for a suspicious vehicle. 
Complainant advised a vehicle has been 
sitting there for an extended period of time 
flashing it lights. Upon arrival, officer 
located the vehicle and spoke with the 
occupants who advised they were just 
talking. Officer was granted verbal consent 
to search the vehicle from the driver. The 
vehicle was searched and nothing illegal 
was located. Due to the vehicle being 
legally parked, they were advised they 
could either stay or leave the area.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident#:120181904
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Fight
496 ARCH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Prospect St in regards to a fight in progress. 
Officers arrived on scene and spoke to 
many patrons inside of the business who 
advised that there was an argument but the 
male subject had since left the scene. 
Subsequently the male subject then 
returned to the business. 

Officers did observe several abrasions on 
the male but he denied any medical 
treatment and would not cooperate with 
officers on what had happened. Officers 
stood by with the male subject until his 
sober ride came to pick him up. The male 
subject was advised of his options for 
dealing with the situation.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181903
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Theft 
520 E PERSHING ST SALEM
COMMUNITY CENTER 

Officer responded to a reported theft in the 
500 block of E. Pershing St. Officer took the 
report and the suspects were on video 
commiting the offense. Investigation is 
pending at this time.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181902
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Theft
520 E PERSHING ST
COMMUNITY CENTER

Officer responded to a reported theft in the 
500 block of E. Pershing St. Officer took the 
report and the suspects were on video 
commiting the offense. Investigation is 
pending at this time.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181898
Date: Saturday, March 31,201 8
Mental / Disturbed Person 039 a
971 E THIRD ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Third St along with the Salem FD and KLG 
for a report of a male having some medical 
trouble. Officers did assist and cleared after 
the male was transported to the hospital.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181879
Date: Saturday, March 31,201 8
Theft
648 N LINCOLN AVE SALEM

Complainant: MARISSAH MAHOUSKI

Officer(s) responded to the 600 block of 
North Lincoln for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the complainant. The 
complainant stated that two used washing 
machines had been taken from outside of 
her residence without her permission. The 
complainant stated that she believed the 
items had been scraped at a local business. 
Officers provided the complainant with the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
187 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Complainant: TOY, SGTK 

Officer responded to the area in reference 
to a water line break. Upon arrival, officer 
located the issue and Salem Water Dept. 
was notified.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181876
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
1985 E PERSHING ST SALEM


Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block 
E. Pershing St. to recover possible 
narcotics. Officers arrived on scene and 
met with the complainant who stated they 
had found the narcotics in a residents room 
after given permission to search for a 
missing item. Officers took statement from 
the staff members and recovered the 
narcotics for evidence. Investigation 
pending.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181874
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Water Line Break / Leak 
468 FAIR AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONOYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
Fair for a report of a possible water line 
leak. On arrival officers located the possible 
leak and had dispatch contact the Water 
Dept. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181891
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
E SCHOOL ST / E FIFTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officer checked on a stop sign down at E. 
School and E. Fifth St. The southbound 
lane sign was down and repair person did 
respond and replace sign. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181888
Date: Saturday, March 31,201 8
Suspicious Person
718 E THIRD ST A SALEM

Officer checked a suspicious male at above 
location. He was found to be trying to repair 
some landscape rocks and advised to leave 
them alone as they did not belong to him. 
He claimed he was trying to fix them as a 
plow had knocked them down on the last 
snow storm. Male was very energetic and is 
known to this dept. Nothing appeared 
criminal. 


Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181885
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Theft
148 PENN AVE

Complainant: EMILY ELLSWORTH

Officers spoke with a complainant who 
stated they wanted a report on file for theft. 
The complainant stated that a subject came 
into the store and took the "Open" sign off 
the window and left. Officers took the 
information that the complainant provided 
and cleared.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181884
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Assist Perry Police

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP, FIRE

At the request of Perry Twp. Police officers 
provided traffic control for a accident in 
1400 block of St Rt 62.


Ptl R Keister


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181882
Date: Saturday, March 31, 2018
Assist Perry Police
345 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: PERRY TWP, POLICE 2198 
N ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM, OH 44460 
(330)332-1000

Officer assisted Perry Twp. Police with 
locating a male subject at the above stated 
location. Officer stood by until Perry Twp. 
Police advised nothing further was needed.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Sunday, April 01, 2018
06:40 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181839
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Animal Complaint
852 AETNA ST SALEM

Complainant: JAMES FOLDS

Officer spoke with a resident on Franklin 
Ave regarding a dog that attacked his 
smaller dog when they were walking on 
Aetna St. on the sidewalk in front of a 
residential home. Complainant stated a pit 
bull type dog ran out without a leash or 
restraint and went after his dog that was on 
a leash. A woman came out and got the dog 
back.

Neither dog appeared injured and he just 
wanted it documented as this happens a lot 
in town. 

Officer attempted contact on the Aetna St. 
property with no one appearing to be home. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 120181843
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Protection Order Violation
1210 SOUTHEAST BLVD 3 SALEM

Complainant: DALLAS HELMAN

Complainant advised her exhusband sent 
her a text message today regarding child 
visitation. The text read something like, this 
is my weekend with the kids. Complainant 
did have a protection order and this dept 
had a copy. She felt that the order had been 
violated and demanded something be done. 
She stated she had no other papers and 
also that she had been "messaging" with 
the ex mother in law about visitation and 
that it was her weekend, not his. This all off 
the record.

Officer checked with the prosecutor who 
advised that both parties should have 
additional paperwork regarding the child 
visitation orders and separation decree. 
Officer had been advised by the 
complainant that she did not have any 
further paperwork. Officer did contact the 
ex-husband by phone who claimed his 
attorney had his papers. He claimed it was 
his weekend. Officer left a voice mail on his 
attorney's phone which was not returned 
prior to the end of my shift. 

Court records had shown, per the 
prosecutor, that each party should have had 
visitation papers sent to them and that they 
should have copies. 

There was an exception to #5 and #6 on the 
protection order that would be referenced to 
by #12. At time of report and with 
paperwork shown, there did not appear to 
be any violation.

Matter under investigation. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181834
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
S UNION AVE / RIDGEWOOD D SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

A large tree in the curb lawn on Ridgewood 
near S. Union had several limbs fall onto 
the road. A large limb still in the tree above 
the road was partially broken and was a risk 
to persons and vehicles passing 
underneath it. 

FD placed barricades and Service Dept. 
was called to removed the dangerous 
limb's.


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181831
Date:Friday, March 30,2018
Accidental Damage
1995 E STATE ST
SALEM RMC PARKING GARAGE

Complainant: MEGAN HARDINGER,  
NORTH JACKSON, OH 

OWN MEGAN HARDINGER, S BAILEY RD 
NORTH JACKSON, OH 444519

2011 CHEV Tahoe BLK  Owner MEGAN 
HARDINGER

Officers responded to the 1900 block of E. 
State St. for a accidental damage report. 
Officers arrived on scene and determined 
that a vehicle traveling on E. State St. 
kicked up debris off the roadway and struck 
the back window of the complaints vehicle. 
Due to the weather officers were unable to 
see what the vehicle was through security 
camera footage. Offices took photographs 
and documented the damage done.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181832
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
525 E SECOND ST A SALEM

Complainant: JILLIAN HERNANDEZ

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E. Second St. for a report of property 
damage. Officers arrived on scene and 
spoke to the complainant who stated that 
she noticed the stores window had been 
shattered. She stated that the owner would 
check the security cameras when he 
returned from out of town and forward that 
information to the police department. She 
stated she just wanted a report at this time.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181833
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Sex Offense
1823 CLEVELAND ST

Akron Childrens Hospital contacted this 
department in reference to a possible sex 
offense occurring within the city. Information 
will be forwarded to Children Services and 
Salem Detective Division.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181836
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
538 E STATE ST C SALEM

Complainant: RAYMOND CROW

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E. State St. for a report of criminal 
damaging. Officers arrived on scene and 
spoke with the complainant who stated that 
he came home to find a male subject 
sleeping of his bed.

He stated that he knew the subject and also 
noticed that some of his property had been 
damaged. The complainant advised that he 
didn't care if the male subject was in his 
residence but wished to pursue charges 
over the damaged property.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181837
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
1060 E TENTH ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported water line 
issue. Upon arrival, officers located a man 
hole cover with water coming out. Salem 
Water Dept. was advised.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181838
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
1320 FAIRVIEW AVE

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 
1300 block of Fairview for a report of a 
basement flooding with water.

On arrival officers stood by while the FD 
accessed the situation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181841
Date: Friday, March 30, 201 8
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
1112 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: JESSICA SNOW

Officer(s) responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland for a report of animal neglect. On 
arrival officers spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that the neighbors 
had moved out and left two dogs at the 
residence unattended. Officer's were able to 
make contact with the homeowner who 
stated that a family member was stopping 
at the residence in question daily to take 
care of the animals.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 120181842
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Suspicious Sound / Phone Call
1379 BEECHWOOD RD SALEM

Complainant: LORA HERBERT

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of a 
suspicious phone call. Upon arrival, the 
complainant advised she received a phone 
call from an unknown male that left a 
message. Officer listened to the message 
and it was clear the message was left for 
the wrong number. The complainant 
advised she would just block the number.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181845
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
West Wilson St for a report of a illegally 
parked vehicle. On arrival officers were able 
to locate the owner of the vehicle and he 
moved it immediately. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181847
Date: Friday, March 30,201 8
Obstructed Roadway
748 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 700 block of 
South Lincoln for a report of a problem with 
the edge of the roadway and the curb lawn. 
On arrival officers located the area in 
question and contacted both the Water and 
Street Dept to respond and access the 
situation. The area was barricaded of the by 
the Street Dept. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Iincident 20181848
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Person To Be Removed
1872 E STATE ST SALEM
RESTAURANT

Complainant: Taco Bell, 1872 E STATE ST 
SALEM, OH

Officers responded to the 1800 block of E 
State St for a report of persons to be 
removed. The complainant advised that he 
wished for juveniles to be removed from the 
property. Officers arrived and the juvenile 
had left without incident.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181849
Date:Friday, March 30,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
925 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL 

While on patrol officers observed a disabled 
vehicle in the 900 block of east State St. 
Officers assisted with pushing the vehicle 
out of the roadway and into a private 
parking lot. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181869
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Suspicious Object
150 BROOKLYN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
police station regarding possible narcotics 
she located in a relatives home. The 
narcotics were taken and will be turned over 
to the Columbiana County DTF.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181867
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
462 E PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the area of S. Lundy 
Ave. and E. Pershing St. for a report of 
several juveniles yelling at cars.

Officer spoke to the juveniles and advised 
them of the complaint. The juveniles 
advised officer that their parents were on 
the way to pick them up.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181866
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Loud persons
116 E FOURTH ST SALEM

Complainant: STEPHANIE WILLIAMS

Officer responded to the 100 block of E 
Fourth St in regards to a loud persons 
complaint. Officer arrived on scene and 
spoke to the complainant who advised that 
the male subject who resides upstairs in the 
apartment building was stomping on the 
ground. Officer made contact with the male 
subject and advised him of the complaint. 
Officer advised both parties that if they are 
having issues with one another then they 
would have to contact their land lord.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181864
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1184 CLEVELAND ST SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland Ave. for a neighbor dispute. 
Officers were previously at the residence for 
a similar complaint. All parties involved 
were advised to avoid the other parties and 
were given verbal warnings for disorderly 
conduct.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181865
S Broadway Ave
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Ambulance Needed
151 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
an ambulance needed report. Complainant 
advised that while eating dinner a male 
subject collapsed onto the floor. 

Upon arrival, first responders were already 
on scene tending to the male subject. While 
speaking with the female half, it was found 
that she had an active warrant out of Carroll 
County. Carroll County was contacted and 
did advised they wanted her on the warrant. 
The female was taken into custody. 

The male subject was transported to Salem 
ER for medical attention. While on scene 
the female advised she needed medical 
attention as well. KLG responded and also 
transported her to Salem ER. 

Carroll County was contacted and did 
advised they did not want the female on the 
warrant due to her being in the hospital but 
if she was released to contact them. A 
teletype was sent from Carroll County to our 
dispatched advising the same. This officer 
did follow the ambulance to Salem ER and 
did advise the female she was not in 
custody at this time.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181863
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Check Well Being
536 WALNUT ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a well being check. Complainant advised 
there were several children at the residence 
and they feared they were not properly 
being cared for due to everyone being 
intoxicated. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with several 
subject who were sober and officer also 
checked on the children who appeared to 
be fine.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181859
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Ambulance Needed 
685 ARCH ST SALEM

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location for 
an ambulance needed report. Complainant 
advised a female at the residence may 
have had seizure. 

Upon arrival, first responders arrived on 
scene and the female was transported to 
Salem ER for medical attention.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181850
Date:Friday, March 30, 2018
Assist Other Agency
1823 CLEVELAND ST SALEM

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

Officer responded to the 1800 block of 
Cleveland St to assist the Columbiana 
County Childrens Services. Officer assisted 
and then cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181851
Date:Friday, March 30,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
271 W EIGHTH ST SALEM

Complainant: JENNIFER LITTLE

Officers responded to the 200 block of West 
8th St for a report of a possible attempted 
B&E to a residence. on arrival I spoke with 
the complainant. The complainant stated 
that someone unknown to her had 
attempted to gain entry to the residence 
through her back door. The complainant 
stated further that the lock on the door had 
also been damaged. Officers advised the 
complainant of the options for dealing with 
the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181852
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Civil Matter 

Complainant: BETTY OXLEY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a civil matter. The 
complainant advised she had power of 
attorney over the female subject and 
wanted her to remain in the area due her 
health. She was advised that it was a civil 
issue and she would need to speak with an 
attorney.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181853
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Possible Scam
1601 SOUTHEAST BLVD SALEM

Complainant: VIRGINIA KNEPPER

Officer responded to the 1600 block of 
Southeast Blvd. to speak to a complainant 
about a possible scam. Officer read over 
the paperwork the complainant was unsure 
about and advised her that she needed to 
contact the BMV


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181855
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Neighbor Dispute
116 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: STEPHANIE WILLIAMS

Officer responded to the 100 block of E. 
Fourth St. to speak to a complainant about 
a dispute between her and her neighbor. 
Officer advised the complainant that the 
matter was civil and she would have to 
contact her landlord.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181856
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
939 JEFFERSON AvE SALEM

Complainant: CHERYL SIDDLE

Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Jefferson Ave for an runaway juvenile. The 
complainant advised that her nephew had 
left the residence after getting angry but did 
not think he went very far. Officers checked 
the area but were unable to locate the 
juvenile. The complainant advised officers 
soon after that the juvenile was located and 
was back home.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181857
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Civil Matter
717 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: SUSAN SHERRILL

Officers responded to the above location for 
a civil matter. Complainant advised that her 
old roommate was there to gather some of 
his belongings. Both parties agreed that the 
dvcfs upstairs belonged to the roommate. 
The dvd's were collected and the roommate 
left without incident.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181858
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Traffic Offense 
750 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle with an 
equipment violation on S. Broadway Ave. at 
Franklin St. Officer initiated traffic stop and 
after contacting the driver found the vehicle 
had received several warnings for the 
violation and at least 1 citation for the same 
violation over the last year. The driver was 
cited for the violation and during the stop K9 
Simon was deployed and Indicated to the 
presence of narcotic odor. 

Officers cleared without further incident.

Ptl. M. Garber 

Cited: Kristen McMillen DOB: 1990 of  660 
E Euclid Ave. Salem
Charge: Sunscreen front windows (17%) 
CCMC date of 4-12-18



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181860
Date: Friday, March 30, 2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment 

Complainant: NICOLE CURRAN

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that an 
unknown person was sending her 
threatening messages on an app. Officer 
advised the complainant to block the 
subject and if she receives any messages 
from anyone else to contact the PD.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181862
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1184 CLEVELAND ST SALEM

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

Police responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland St. for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised officers that his 
neighbor made threats to cause him harm. 
The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181871
Date: Saturday, March 31,2018
Ambulance Needed
500 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
an unresponsive male subject laying on the 
sidewalk. Upon arrival, officers located the 
subject, who was coherent but highly 
intoxicated. The subject also had an injury 
to the side of his face. 

First responders arrived on scene and the 
subject was transported to Salem ER for 
medical attention by EMT.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181870
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM
HOSPlTAL/CLlNlCS

Complainant: SRMC, KEITH 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check after staff advised the 
female was attempting to leave. The female 
in question was brought to the ER after 
needing medical attention from a previous 
incident.

Upon arrival, officer located the female 
wandering the halls of the hospital. Officer 
made contact with the female and after 
speaking with staff, Carroll County was 
advised and the female was taken into 
custody. The female was directly 
transported to the intersection of Rt. 9 and 
Rt.30 in Hanoverton were custody was 
transferred to Carroll County S.O.


ARA- Danielle M. Billman D.0.B.- 1974 1114 
Gonder Ave SE Apt. 308 Canton Ohio 
44707
Charge- Warrant: Probation Violation


Ptl. D. Young



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Saturday, March 31, 2018
07:40 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181830 
Salem
Date: Friday, March 30,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2142 PEARCE CR


Officers were dispatched to the 21 00 block 
of Pearce Circle for a suspicious vehicle 
driving slow and stopping in front of 
residences. Officers responded and 
observed a vehicle driving around the area. 
Officers made contact with the driver of the 
vehicle and her three female passengers. 

The driver advised they were just out for a 
drive and had been stopping on Pearce 
Circle due to deer on the roadway. No 
problems were found with any of the 
occupants and they were all over the age of 
18. They were advised to clear the area and 
they did so.



Ptl. C. Crider


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181828
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Menacing / Threats
1015 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: STEVEN BRYAN

Officer on station spoke with complainant in 
reference to a menacing report. 
Complainant advised that he is a manager 
at a pizza shop in town and was verbally 
harassed by a male over the phone. 
Complainant advised that the male called 
the restaurant to report that he received the 
wrong order and become belligerent by 
making threats towards him. Complainant 
also stated that the male made other 
threats towards him on social media.

Complainant advised that he did not wish to 
pursue the matter, but only wanted it 
documented. Officer advised that a report 
would be on file.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20181827
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
583 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Washington Avenue for a 911 hang up call. 
Officers responded and made contact with 
a male subject who advised his young 
children were playing with his telephone. 
There appeared to be no issues at the 
residence.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181826
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Reckless Operator
1900 Block of E STATE ST

Complainant: WILLIAM LONG

Officers were dispatched to the above area 
in reference to a reckless operator. 
Complainant advised that the driver of a 
white Mercedes with a West Virginia license 
plate was left of center while travelling east 
bound in the 1900 block of E State St. 
Officers checked the surrounding area but 
were unable to locate the vehicle. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181825
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Check Well Being
540 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: MARY CONSTANTINO

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
W. Pershing Street to check the well being 
of a male subject. Officer was advised that 
the complainant, male subjects mother, was 
not able to get in contact with him after 
several phone calls. Officer responded to 
the residence, but no contact could be 
made with any persons at the house.

An officer later made contact with the 
subject who advised there were no 
problems and that his phone had been on 
silent.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181824
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1318 ESTATE ST SALEM

Complainant: SMITH, PTL B 

Officer responded to 1318 E. State St. in 
reference to a suspicious vehicle previously 
reported to possibly have drugs in the 
vehicle. Upon arrival, one male exited the 
front passenger seat of the vehicle. Contact 
was made with the male subject and he 
was identified. Officer upon looking through 
the front passenger window of the vehicle 
observed contraband on the driver side 
floor board. 

During a search of the vehicle, officer 
seized the pipe & inside the pipe officer 
found a small plastic baggy which contained 
an unknown substance. 

Officer separated and questioned multiple 
subjects that were in the vehicle prior to 
officers arrival. All subjects were later 
released.

Investigation and charges are pending. The 
seized items will be sent to BCI&I for 
testing.



Sgt. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181822
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
1125 E STATE ST SALEM
CONVENIENCE STORE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to Circle K in the 
1100 block of E. State Street for a possible 
drug deal involving two male subjects. The 
male subjects were not located at the store, 
but were later located in the 1300 block of 
E. State Street where officers made contact 
with them. 

Contraband was recovered by officers 
during that contact and a separate report 
was completed.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181820
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Structure Fire
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Complainant: ALARM, STATE

Police and FD responded to Ventra, 800 
Pennsylvania Ave, for a fire alarm. Police 
and FD walked through the factory and 
offices. FD advised that it was a false 
alarm. Police then cleared.


Ptl Osberg


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181819
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Ambulance Needed 
446 AETNA ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to 446 Aetna St. along 
with the Salem Fire Dept. First Responders 
and EMT Ambulance for a possible medical 
emergency of an 11 month old. Officers 
stood by while EMS personnel checked the 
infant, whom was ultimately transported to 
the hospital for evaluation.


Sgt. B. Smith 



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Friday, March 30, 2018
10:10 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181810
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Mental  Disturbed Person 039 a
W WILSON ST / RAILROAD CR B

Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN

Officer were advised by dispatch that they 
had received an anonymous call from a 
female advising her body would be found 
on the rail road tracks. The caller then hung 
up.

Officer(s) went to check the tracks in the 
City while a train went through east bound. 
The female called back advising she was 
on Lincoln at the tracks and the train had 
missed her.

Upon further investigation Chief Panezott of 
this department located the female on the 
tracks between Newgarden & W. Wilson.

After much effort the female was picked up 
and moved to a safe location from the 
tracks. First responders and KLG arrived on 
scene. The female was transported by KLG 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center and 
was signed in by officer for an evaluation. 
Contact was made with a family member 
who arrived at the hospital.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181811
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Check Well Being
140 WOODLAND AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a male subject slumped over in the back 
yard. Officers observed the male subject 
breathing then woke up and started talking. 
First responders and KLG arrived on scene. 
The male subject said he had been drinking 
all night and must have passed out. 

KLG transported the male subject to the 
hospital for an evaluation.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181812
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: PIERRE PARFAITE

Report of an unknown problem at the above 
location. Upon arrival, this officer spoke with 
both parties involved and found that the 
issue was civil (money in a closed account) 
and that the complainant was going to 
contact his attorney. The bank advised that 
they would send a certified letter/check for 
the money that was in the account.

The complainant was advised that the bank 
did not want him back there, he advised 
that he understood and did not want to 
come back.



Prl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181815
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
1995 E STATE ST B
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: ER NURSE

Oficer(s) responded to the above location 
and talked with the patient that was upset 
and ready to leave without doctors orders. 
The patient was to stay for a little longer 
due to the medical situation.

After talking with the doctor, the patient 
decided to follow the hospitals guidelines 
and settled down. Officer(s) advised the 
patient of the possible consequences if he 
did not follow the doctors orders. He 
advised he would.



Ptl. French  



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181816
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Sex Offense

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY 
CHILDREN SERVICES

I received information from Columbiana 
County Children Servcies of a reported sex 
offense that occured in the City of Salem.


Detective Brad Davis



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181817
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
E STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed the vehicle sitting at Ellsworth and 
State street attempting to make a right hand 
turn. The owner/operator advised it stalled 
and wouldn't start. This officer and another 
citizen Mr. Herron pushed the vehicle off the 
road into the drive at the dry cleaners on 
the corner (southeast) side of State & 
Ellsworth.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181818
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST


Unit# 1 Owner HICKMAN KEVIN, Driver 
LOGAN HICKMAN,  WELLSVILLE, OH

Unit# 2 Driver:Owner SHANLEIGH 
DeTHOMAS 


Police responded to the 2200 block of E. 
State St for a two vehicle accident. Unit# 1 
struck Unit# 2 from behind in front of Bob 
Evans. Both drivers advised no injuries 
were sustained. No damage was observed 
on either vehicle.

The driver of Unit# 2 advised she did not 
wish to file an accident report and just 
wanted the incident documented.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181803
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Speak To Officer 
1080 N LINCOLN AVE 212

Complainant: JULIAANNETTE WORRIX

Officer was dispatched to the 1000 block of 
N. Lincoln Avenue to speak with a female 
complainant in reference to a protection 
order. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that she was 
concerned a male subject, who she has a 
protection order against, may try to violate 
the order in the next several days. The 
complainant advised she was provided 
information that the male subject has 
ammunition in his possession and he is not 
supposed to per the protection order. The 
complainant stated the male subject owns 
numerous weapons. The complainant 
advised the male subject resides in Texas, 
but is familiar with the city due to living in 
the area in the past. 

The complainant advised she would contact 
the court in reference to the issue and 
would like a report documented.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181802
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
WALMART


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers were dispatched to the 2800 block 
of E. State St. for a report of a theft. Officers 
arrived on scene and met with the 
complainant who stated that the subject had 
passed all points of sale in the store without 
paying for some of her merchandise. 
Officers reviewed the security camera 
footage and placed the subject under arrest 
for theft.


Arrested: Rebecca Harper-Peters
DOB: 1972
Address: 74 E. Cambridge St. Alliance OH, 
44601
Charge: Theft



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181799
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018


Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officer on patrol in the area of N. Broadway 
Avenue and E. Fourth Street observed a 
female subject who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff Department. Officer made contact 
with the female who was advised of the 
warrant and once the warrant was 
confirmed she was placed in custody. 

The female was transported back to the 
police department for booking and was later 
released to a Columbiana County Sheriff 
Deputy.


Arrested: Rebecca A. Hartley 284 E. Fourth 
Street Apt. 2W Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
1973)
Warrant - Theft


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181798
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1034 CLEVELAND ST

Officer responded to 1000 block of 
Cleveland St. for a suspicious vehicle 
parked in the roadway. Officer arrived on 
scene and found the vehicle in question. 
After a BMV check of the registration it was 
found that the owner of the vehicle did have 
family that lived near where the car was 
parked. Officers then cleared the scene.

Ptl. Connolly


Officers later responded to the area in 
regards to a separate parking complaint in 
the area. Officers were approached by a 
resident who advised the vehicle was 
parked on the street for the past two days 
and has not been moved. Officers placed a 
red warning tag on the vehicle advising it 
needs moved in the next 48hrs.


Ptl. D. Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181797
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Harassment

Complainant: LAUREN JENNINGS

Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that her ex-boyfriend who 
resides in Pennsylvania is harassing her via 
face book and other media sources. He has 
also contact a family member along with her 
place of employment trying to get her fired 
along with thrown out of the residence.

Report was taken and she was given this 
report number in case she needed it later. 
She advised she only wanted a report on 
file at this time.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181790
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Intoxicated Driver
S LINCOLN AVE / AETNA ST 

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and could not locate the vehicle in the area.

Officers) did locate the vehicle on Mullins 
and Newgarden.

The vehicle went to it's registered residence 
in the 800blk of Newgarden.

Officer Wirkner talked with the male 
operator and advised all was fine.

Officer(s) cleared.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181789
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
489 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with a male juvenile who didn't want 
to go to school. Upon arrival the male 
juvenile ran from Officers and was located 
at his residence locked in the bathroom. 

Officers were able to gain access to the 
locked room and spoke with the juvenile 
about not wanting to go to school. The 
Juvenile Officer was made aware of the 
matter and would be taking care of it.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181804
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1701 QUAKER LN


Complainant: Marion Johnson

Officers were dispatched to the 1700 block 
of Quaker Lane for a report of an unruly 
juvenile. Officers responded and met with 
the complainant and her 15 year old 
daughter. The complainant advised that her 
daughter was arguing with her over some 
issues that have been going on for a while. 
The complainant advised her daughter did 
not seem to think she had to listen to her 
mother. 

Officers spoke with the juvenile who 
advised that her mother would not let her do 
her homework and made her play with her 
younger sister. The juvenile stated that 
there have been some recent issues going 
on. 

The complainant advised her daughter told 
her she did not have homework and is 
concerned that her daughter is involved in 
too much. 

The juvenile was advised to listen to her 
mother and both agreed to go to separate 
areas of the house for the night.



Ptl. C. Crider


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181805
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
950 W ST ATE ST


Complainant: HIDIE HOWELL,  SEBRING, 
OH 44672

Officers responded to the parking lot of a 
laundromat in the 900 block of W State St. 
in reference to a domestic dispute report. 
Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she and her 
ex-fiance were exchanging property when 
an argument ensued. Complainant advised 
that the subject threw a pair of his wet 
under wear at her, striking her in the back of 
the head. Complainant admitted to slapping 
the subject in the face and that he spat 
back in hers. 

The subject had left the scene prior to 
officer's arrival. Complainant was advised of 
her options for handling the incident. 
Complainant advised that there were no 
injuries and she just wanted the incident 
documented.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 201 81806
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1035 CLEVELAND ST

On 3/29/2018 officers responded to the 
1000 block of Cleveland Ave in regards to a 
vehicle parked improperly.

Officers made contact with the owner of the 
vehicle and it was relocated so that it was 
no longer an issue.

Officers then cleared without incident.



Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181807
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept
285 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: COUNTY SHERRIFS, 
COLUMBIANA 8473 COUNTY HOME RD 
LISBON, OH

Officers responded to a residence in the 
200 block of W. Pershing Street to assist 
the Columbiana County Sheriff Department 
with a warrant attempt on a female subject. 
Contact was made inside the residence with 
the female subject and she was placed in 
custody by a CCSO Deputy with out 
incident.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181808
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Suspicious person
294 ROSE AVE

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol in the area of E Third St. 
and Hawley Ave. observed two subjects 
walking on the sidewalk, who appeared to 
be in violation of the city's curfew ordinance. 
Officer observed the subjects attempt to 
conceal themselves on the porch of a 
residence in the 200 block of Rose Ave 
once they observed officer. 

Officer made contact with the subjects, who 
were of Hispanic descent, but there was a 
language barrier. A translator responded to 
the scene and it was learned that the 
subjects were over the age of 18 and the 
male subject does reside at the residence. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181809
Date: Thursday, March 29,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
530 S BROADWAY AVE 
BAR/NIGHT CLUB 

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
S. Broadway Avenue in reference to a 
possible theft of medication and a person 
being irate. 

Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who was advised to calm down 
as he was yelling. The complainant advised 
that he was in the Powerhouse Cafe and 
went outside to smoke and when he came 
back in his prescription pills were not in his 
coat where he left them. The complainant 
stated only one other subject was in the bar. 

Officers made contact with that subject who 
advised he did not take the complainants 
medication and consented to a search of 
his person. 

The complainant entered the bar to retrieve 
his coat and found his pills in another 
pocket. The complainant advised that he 
believes someone was going to take his 
medication, but put it in another pocket 
when he came back in the bar. No 
medication appeared to be missing and the 
complainant left the bar on foot with a sober 
friend.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Thursday, March 29, 2018
08:31 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181787
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Suspicious Person
1295 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: KIMBERLY KISNER

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a known female crouched down 
between the out side glass door and the 
inside door to the residence.The female 
advised she was having a medical problem 
with her sugar. She also advised she was 
having kidney failure. She declined any 
medical assistance and requested a ride to 
her residence on Jones Drive where she 
advised she resides with her mother.

Officer gave her a ride to the residence.

Officer was called back to the residence to 
talk with the complainant who wished to file 
charges against the female. Officer advised 
the complainant the need for a voluntary 
statement and the paper work would be 
forwarded to the prosecutors office for 
review for any charges. The complainant 
advised they understood.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181788
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Ambulance Needed
1095 NEWGARDEN AVE SALEM

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and was advised by the witness that a 
female had jumped into his vehicle advising 
she was being chased by person(s) 
unknown with knives and she was having a 
sugar problem (Iow).

Officer talked with the male witness and 
advised him that this department was aware 
of the female.

He advised she then jumped out of his 
vehicle prior to officer(s) arriving and ran 
north on Granite then west on Liberty.

Officer(s) checked the area and were 
unable to locate the female.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181791
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Ambulance Needed
525 E STATE ST SALEM

Complainant: SFD

Officer(s) were requested by First 
Responders to the above location to assist 
with traffic while they handled a medical. 
EMT ambulance arrived and transported 
the subject.

Officer(s) directed traffic until they cleared.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident#:20181794
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: ROESSLER, DAVID

Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1 : 2006 Pontiac G6 Blue in color
Owner: Jason Roberts 445 Arch St Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Operator: Michelle Leipply 4331 Unity Line 
Rd New Waterford, Ohio 44445

Unit #2: 2016 Chevrolet SW Suburban 
Silver in color
Owner/Operator: Nicole Fitch 16569 Davis 
Dr E. Liverpool, Ohio 43920

Unit #1 was south bound on SR344 
(Franklin Ave) and Unit #2 was west bound 
on Southeast Blvd. Unit #2 had stopped at 
the legally posted stop sign for the 
eastlwest traffic on Southeast Blvd. Unit #2 
did not see Unit #1 south bound and pulled 
out onto the road way getting struck by Unit 
#1' s front in the right sidelrear area 

No injuries reported at time of crash. 
Operator of Unit #1 did advise that she was 
sore and may seek medical treatment on 
her own later. 

Unit #1 was towed by Sinsley's. Unit #2 was 
not towed.

Owner/operator of Unit #2 was cited for 
Failure to Yield at Intersection 331.16A and 
given a court date of Thursday, 04-05-19 at 
8:30 A.M. for the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181792
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Domestic In Progress
2472 LEXINGTON AVE B

Report of a domestic in progress at the 
above location. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with all parties 
involved and found that it was just a dispute 
and no violence had taken place. The male 
subject agreed to leave for the night so 
there would be no further problems and 
officers cleared without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181793
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
100 block of W PERSHING 

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

Police observed a disabled vehicle in the 
100 block of W. Pershing. The driver 
advised AAA was already in route.

Police stood by until a tow could arrive.



Ptl Osberg


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181795
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION 

Complainant: BRADLEY 

Police were in route to Smith Oil for a drive 
off. Dispatch advised of a white Chevy s10 
traveling westbound on State St. Police 
were unable to observe the vehicle. The 
vehicle had used $24.95 worth of fuel 
before leaving.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181786
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
335 W PERSHING ST 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an unruly juvenile and possible 
wanting to cause harm to herself. Officers 
located a female subject who was 
attempting to take multiple pills, Officers 
detained her while Salem FD arrived at the 
location. 

The mother of the female stated her 
daughter made comments of killing herself. 
The subject mother filled out the proper 
paperwork and the female subject was 
transported to Salem ER for an evaluation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181785
Date: Wednesday, March 28,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
939 JEFFERSON AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a juvenile not wanting to go to school. 
Officers were able to convince the male 
juvenile to go to school.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181771
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
664 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: PATRICK REYNOLDS

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Washington Ave. for a report of Criminal 
Mischief. When officer arrived on scene 
they met with the complainant who advised 
that his vehicle had been vandalized 
sometime during the night. Officers took 
photographs and a written statement from 
the complainant.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181772
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
1200 E SIXTH ST A 
SCHOOL

Complainant: Salem City School, 1200 E 
Sixth St SALEM, OH 44460

Officer responded to an address in the 600 
block of E. 4th St. to assist Salem City 
Schools. Officer stood by while school 
personnel spoke with a juvenile about some 
issues. The juvenile was afforded a ride to 
school and officer cleared without incident.



Sgt. K. toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181773
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Check Well Being 
1920 MAPLE ST A 

Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block 
of Maple St. for a welfare check. When 
officers arrived there was no contact with 
the homeowner. The Fire Department was 
notified and entry was gained into the 
residence. The homeowner was transported 
to Salem Regional Hospital for evaluation. 
Officers the cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181773
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Check Well Being
1920 MAPLE ST A

Officers were dispatched to the 1900 block 
of Maple St. for a welfare check. When 
officers arrived there was no contact with 
the homeowner. The Fire Department was 
notified and entry was gained into the 
residents. The Homeowner was transported 
to Salem Regional Hospital for evaluation. 
Officers the cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181774
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Ambulance Needed
166 VINE AVE A
DOCTORS OFFICE

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 0 S 
LINCOLN AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 100 block of 
Vine for a reported medical emergency / 
check well being. On arrival officer's learned 
that the person in question had left the 
area. Officers checked the area and were 
unable to locate the person in question. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181775
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Open Burning
838 PROSPECT ST C

Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE 260 S 
ELLSWORTH AVE SALEM

Officers along with the Fire Department 
were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Prospect St. for an open burning 
complainant. Officers met the FD on scene 
and spoke to a male subject. The male 
subject was informed of the open burning 
laws and the fire was extinguished. Contact 
was made with the owner of the property 
and stated that the male subject had 
permission to be on the property. 

The owner was also made aware of open 
burning laws. Officers and the FD then 
cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181777
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Dispute (NO ThreatsNiolence)
771 N LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the 700 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. for a reported dispute. Officers 
arrived and found nothing criminal 
occurring. Officers cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181781
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person 
674 E SIXTH ST 1 

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Sixth St for a report of a confused person. 
Officer arrived along with the Salem FD and 
a female was located who was found to be 
having a medical problem. The female was 
later transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center by Damascus ambulance.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181782
Date: Tuesday, March 27 2018
Harassment
981 N ELLSWORTH AVE
CONVENIENCE STORE

Complainant: MARK SHECK

Officer spoke with the complainant in 
regards to harassment in the 900 block of 
N. Ellsworth Ave. The incident was 
documented for the complainant. 

Officers were not on scene or called at the 
time so there was no suspect identified.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181783
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Person To Be Removed
1851 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers responded to the 1800 block of 
Cleveland St in regards to a person to be 
removed. The complainant advised 
dispatch that there was a female subject 
inside of his house that did not have 
permission to be there but the home owner 
was not at the residence. Officers arrived 
on scene and were unable to make contact 
with any persons inside of the residence. 
Officers then responded to the home 
owners location to speak to him and he 
advised that he did not wish to pursue 
anything in the matter and that he just 
wanted to have a report on file.

Officers cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181784
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1750 E STATE ST
LIQUOR STORE

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

Officer responded to the 1700 block of E 
State for a report of a suspicious vehicle 
parked at a business. Officer arrived on 
scene and noticed that the vehicle had 
been parked at this business for over a 
week and it was found that it was an 
employee to the business. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla


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Wednesday, March 28, 2018
09:36 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181779
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Dog At Large
462 SHARP AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 400 block of 
Sharp for a reported dog at large / dog bite. 
On arrival officers spoke with all of the 
persons involved. it was determined that 
one of the neighborhood dogs had gotten 
loose and had caused problems in the 
neighborhood. Officers located the animal 
and its owner. Officers advised the owner of 
the consequences should the animal get 
loose again. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181778
Date: Tuesday, March 27,2018
Unruly / Delinquent 
925 E FIFTH ST 

Complainant: JOHN WADE

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East 5th St for a reported juvenile problem. 
On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
the he had custody of a juvenile that was 
refusing to return home. Officers responded 
to the 600 block of East 6th St and made 
contact with the juvenile in question. 

Officers provided the juvenile with a 
courtesy ride back to the residence and he 
was advised to work out the situation with 
his guardian. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story l ncident #: 20181746
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Theft
615 S LINCOLN AVE 8 

Complainant: Mathew Warren

Complainant reported his mail was stolen 
from his mailbox or hallway at his 
residence. Mail contained a package that 
was supposed to have been delivered on 
Saturday, March 24th, 2018. Complainant 
advise of the tracking code and also that he 
and another tenant there received no mail 
on that day. Complainant suspects 
someone may have either taken all the mail 
or no mail was delivered that day for 
unknown reasonls. 


Ptl.Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181747
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block 
Pennsylvania Ave. for a vehicle in the ditch. 
When officers arrived they found that a 
Semi had cut the corner too sharp and its 
trailer was in the ditch. There was no 
damage done to property or the vehicle. 

Davidson towing was able to remove the 
trailer from the ditch and the roadway was 
reopened. Officers then cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181748
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Suspicious Person 
646 VINE AVE

Complainant: TIFFANY JANCEL

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
South Lincoln to speak with the complainant 
about a suspicious person.

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. the complainant stated that 
her son had told her that a unknown person 
in a black hoody had attempted to gain 
entry to her residence in the 600 block of 
Vine. Officers checked the area and were 
unable to locate any persons who matched 
the description given. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story l ncident #: 20181751
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Theft
239 S LUNDY AVE 

Complainant: DAVID SHIVERS

Officers responded to the 200 block of S. 
Lundy Ave. for a report of a theft. When 
officers arrived on scene they spoke with 
the complainant, who was able to provide a 
full list of items as well as photographs of 
the items.

Officers took a written statement from the 
complainant and cleared the scene.


Ptl. Connolly


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181752
Date Monday, March 26,2018
Assist Other Agency
231 W TENTH ST

Salem HPZ dept towed a junk vehicle 
(black van) from the property. A notice was 
left more than 10 days ago to remedy the 
problem. Kaiser's Towing removed said 
vehicle. 

Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181753
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Vehicle B&E / Trespass
1056 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: DONALD HORMELL

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported vehicle 
trespass/theft. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised an 
unknown person(s) removed a subwoofer 
box and amplifier from his unsecured 
vehicle. The vehicle was parked in front of 
his residence. The complainant advised the 
theft occurred sometime between 2120hrs 
on 03/25/18 and 0700hrs on 03/26/18.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181754
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Parking complaint / Violation
N LINCOLN AVE / E FOURTH 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a parking complaint. 
Complainant advised a blue Ford car 
maybe illegally parked.

 Upon arrival, officers were unable to locate 
any blue Ford cars in the area


Sgt. K. Toy


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181755
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Dog At Large
HOMEWOOD AVE / AETNA ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the area of Aetna 
and Homewood for a report of a dog at 
large. On arrival officers checked the area 
and located the animal in question. Officers 
were unable to catch the animal and the 
Humane Officer was contacted. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181756
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Littering / Dumping
529 E STATE ST B


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of littering. 

Upon arrival, officer observed some 
aluminum cans in a parking spot. Salem 
Street dept. will be advised to address the 
issue.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181757
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
223 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: BRANDON ABRAM

Officer did speak with a male at the police 
station regarding possible phone 
harassment. The complainant advised that 
another male had sent him messages that 
he was not happy with. The male was 
advised to block the male on social media.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181759
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

An anonymous complainant came to the 
police station to report possible narcotic 
activity in the city. The information was 
gathered.


Ptl D Beeson


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181760
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers were called to the Salem Walmart 
for a shoplifter. 

Upon arrival subject was identified and 
charged with theft. Stolen property had 
been recovered by Walmart. Officer to file 
paperwork for a summons regarding the 
theft and female was released from scene 
per charging and bonding procedure from 
Columbiana County prosecutor's office.


arrested: Mary Deanne Fitch
189 E 3rd St. Salem, OH 44460
dob: 1980
arrest # 18-0265
charge: theft


Ptl. Banar 901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181761
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A 
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a report of a shop lifter. Upon 
arriving at the scene officer was 
approached by a customer advising of a 
theft and a male fleeing. Officer did initiate a 
traffic stop with the vehicle upon which the 
male fled in. Officer did observe stolen 
merchandise in plain view. 

The K9 officer did  respond and K9 Simon 
did indicate to narcotic odor about the 
vehicle. Drug Paraphernalia was located in 
the vehicle. 

A male passenger was ultimately taken into 
custody for Obstruction of Official Business 
and Theft. 

The paraphernalia will be sent to BCI for 
further testing.


Arrested: Daniel Q. Parks
DOB: 1992
Address: 4401 Louisville St NE Canton, OH 
44705
Charge: Theft
Obstruction of Official Business


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181762
Date: Monday, March 26,2018

Complainant: BEESON, PTL 

While attempting to investigate another 
incident officer was advised of a male who 
committed a crime that was now in a motor 
vehicle. A traffic was stop was initiated with 
the vehicle and the incident was 
investigated further.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181764
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
MAPLE 1400 BLOCK N 
PARK PLAYGROUND

Officers responded to the above location for 
a drug abuse report. Complainant advised 
there were several subjects smoking 
marijuana in a pavilion next to the play 
ground. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact and was 
granted permission to check several bags. 
Officer located a bag of marijuana in one of 
the bags. A female on scene advised the 
narcotics belonged to her and not the owner 
of the bag. The female was issued a MM 
citation and all were advised to leave the 
area.


Arrested: Bethany A. Uptegraph D.0.B.- 
1998 
972 Liberty St. Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Possession of Marijuana- MM



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181765
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
178 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOIJS. CALLER

Officer respondo:l to the 100 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle. Officer found the vehicle in 
question and the owner was contacted 
regarding the trunk of the vehicle being left 
open.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181766
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Traffic Offense
W FZRSHING ST / S HOWARD

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
100 block of W. Pershing St. for an 
equipment violation. K9 Simon was 
deployed for a Free air sniff and did indicate 
to the presence of narcotic odor. Officers 
conducted a search of the vehicle and did 
issue a verbal warning to the driver as the 
vehicle was missing the required 
equipment.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181767
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Suspicious Activity

Officer responded to the 300 block of E 
Fourth St for a report of suspicious activity. 
The complainant advised that there was a 
large amount of traffic in the area and that 
some of the vehicles seemed to be in the 
area due to her presence. Officer advised 
that the area would have an extra watch.

PTL Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181769
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
963 E FOURTH ST


Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle 
traveling northbound in the 100 block of 
Rose Ave, officer then performed a random 
vehicle registration check of the vehicle, 
subsequently it was found that the 
registered owner had a suspended drivers 
license. Officer then initiated a traffic stop 
with the vehicle in the 900 block of E 
Fourth, officer then requested K9 Simon to 
respond to the scene, K9 Simon then did 
indicate to the presence of narcotic odor 
coming from inside of the vehicle. 

Upon conducting a probable cause search 
of the vehicle, officers did locate several 
drug paraphernalia items and other 
contraband. 

The driver of the vehicle, Kennith Jordan 
and the passenger of the vehicle, Cena 
Mason were then subsequently placed in 
custody for Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia and then transported back to 
the Salem Police Department for booking 
and processing. 

While on station the female subject advised 
that she had concealed paraphernalia 
inside of her bra, she then voluntarily turned 
over the contraband to officers, while officer 
was then transporting the two subjects to 
the Columbiana County Jail the female 
subject advised again that there was 
contraband inside of her bra, officer then 
brought the female subject back on station 
where she then turned over the contraband 
to officers. 

Officer then transported the two subjects to 
the Columbiana County Jail.

Additional charges are pending based on 
lab results.


Arrested: Cena M Mason
DOB: 1994
Address: 16124 Annesley Road, East 
Liverpool, Ohio, 43920
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
(Two Counts)

Arrested: Kennith R Jordan
DOB: 1973
Address: 320 W Pidgeon Road, Salem, 
Ohio, 44460
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Citation: Driving Under Suspension, 
Fictitious License Plates



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181770
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
1690 S LINCOLN AVE

Officer took a report of criminal damage to a 
motor vehicle that occurred in the 1600 
block of S. Lincoln Ave.

Officer documented the damage and 
advised the driver to keep any receipt for 
repairs if the suspect was located.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Tuesday, March 27, 2018
09:17 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181729
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Accidental Damage
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON ST

Complainant: DANIEL RYAN

2014 JEEP SW BRO Owner DANIEL RYAN 


Officer respondedto the intersection of S. 
Howard Ave. and W. Wilson St. for 
accidental damage. The complainant was 
traveling southbound on S. Howard Ave. 
approaching the intersection of W. Wilson 
St. The stop sign attached to the utility pole 
at the said intersection came loose and fell 
onto the passenger side roof of the 
complainant's vehicle as he passed by it. 
The vehicle sustained scuff marks on the 
roof and photos were taken.

 Contact was made with the proper 
department and the sign was repaired.


Sgt. D. Green


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181730
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
2262 E STATE ST C SALEM


Complainant: HAL GORBY

Report of criminal damaging at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that 
sometime Friday night and early Saturday 
morning someone had shot a window of the 
above business with a BB Gun. Damage 
was observed to the upper left part of one 
of the front windows. 

Complainant just wanted the incident 
documented at this time until he can talk 
with the corporate office tomorrow.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181731
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Accidental Damage
244 S BROADWAY AVE A


Complainant: PAULA ESCAMILLA

Police responded to the 200 block of S. 
Broadway for accidental damage. The 
complainant stated the male passenger in 
the vehicle next to her opened his door 
sticking the door on her driver side. 

The complainant advised it was accidental. 
The complainant wanted the incident 
documented for insurance purposes. 
Photos were taken of the incident.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181732
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Accident With Injury
1015 N LINCOLN AVE
HOPE CEMETARY


Unit#l  Driver/Owner FRANK MATTHEWS 

Unit#2  Owner ROBERT BOBBY 


The driver of Unit#l was traveling 
southbound on N. Lincoln Ave. in the 900 
block when he went left of center, lost 
control of his vehicle and struck Unit#2 who 
was traveling north on N. Lincoln Ave. as 
advised by witnessed. 

After talking with the driver of Unit#2 he 
advised the same as the witnesses. 

While speaking with the driver of Unit#l 
officers did notice an odor of alcoholic 
beverage about him. The first responders 
was requested due to the driver of Unit#l 
advising he had a possible head injury. He 
was transported to the Salem E.R. by 
Green TWP. 

Officers went to the Salem E.R. where he 
was read and explained the 2255 form and 
he did sign the form. He did submit to urine 
test and it was gathered by this officer. The 
defendant was cited with OVI AIA, left of 
center and reasonable control. The 
defendant was given a mandatory court 
date of 03/30/18 at 0830 at the Col. County 
Municipal Court.


ArrestedCited Frank D. Matthews. D.O.B. 
1961
142 S. Union Ave. Salem Oh. 44460
OVI AIA, Left of Center, Reasonable 
Control.

4511.19Ala Driving- While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs
4511.29 331.05 Driving Left of Center when 
passing another MV - interfering with 
oncoming traffic
4511.202 333.08 Failure to Maintain 
Reasonable Control of a MV on any street, 
highway, or property


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181733
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Person With A Knife
457 MULLINS ST

Complainant: RAYMOND

Officers were dipatched to the 400 block of 
Mullins St in reference to a report of a 
person with a knife. Upon arrival, officers 
spoke with the complainant who advised 
that she had come over to the residence to 
check the welfare of her daughter and 
grandson. Complainant advised that an 
argument ensued between her and the 
subject, which resulted in the subject 
becoming extremely angry. Complainant 
advised that the subject pulled a knife out of 
the pocket of a pool table and threatened to 
stab her, before leaving the residence. 

During the investigation, officers spoke with 
the complainant's daughter who advised 
that just prior to her mother responding the 
subject a garden hoe and threatened to kill 
her with it. 

Officers later located the subject at a 
nearby residence and was taken into 
custody for Domestic Violence and 
Aggravated Menacing. The subject was 
transported to the police department for 
processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Christopher Lanning DOB 1987
457 Mullins St
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charges: Domestic Violence (ORC 
2919.25C)
Menacing (ORC 2903.21)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181734
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Neighbor Dispute 
1062 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: JOYCE HOUSHOUR

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant advised that she has been 
having problems with her neighbors walking 
through her yard and stated that they 
constantly yell things at her. 

Contact was made at the neighbor's 
residence and they were advised of the 
complaint. The female resident stated that 
the complainants son is constantly yelling at 
them and causing problems with the 
parking situations.

Both parties were ultimately advised to try 
and stay away from each other.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181736
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Criminal Damage To MV 
785 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: JUSTIN BIAS

A male subject came to the station 
reference possible criminal damage. The 
complainant stated prior to today he 
transported a few juveniles in his vehicle. 
The complainant advised he believed one 
of the juveniles may have possibly cut his 
back seat. Police observed the damage and 
took the juveniles information. The 
complaint did not wish to press the issue 
and requested Police speak with the 
guardians.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181738
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Person To Be Removed
2472 LEXINGTON AVE B 

Complainant: CARLEY ECKMAN

Officers responded to the 2400 block of 
Lexington Ave in reference to a person to 
be removed complaint. Complainant 
advised that she wanted her mother in law 
to leave the residence. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
subject, who is the mother of the 
complainant's husband. The subject 
advised that she responded to the 
residence, at the request of her son, to take 
her granddaughter to the emergency room. 
The subject advised the complainant 
refused to let them take the child and an 
argument ensued. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she wanted 
the subject to leave. Officers advised the 
complainant of the Ohio laws concerning 
this issue and provided all parties with their 
options for dealing with the incident. 
Officers cleared


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 120181739
Date:Sunday, March 25,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE 

Officer was dispatched to WalMart on E. 
State Street for a report of a shop lifter. 
Officer responded and made contact with 
the complainant (Loss Prevention) and a 
female subject inside the store. The 
complainant advised that the female subject 
was concealing items in her purse in 
several different areas of the store. The 
subject then proceeded to the check out 
area and would scan one item then put two 
or three items in shopping bags that she did 
not scan. The subject then passed all points 
of sale with out rendering proper payment 
for the items she concealed and the items 
she did not scan. The total amount stolen 
was $198.10. 

The subject admitted to concealing the 
items and not properly scanning the items. 
The subject was placed in custody for theft 
and transported back to the police 
department for processing. Once the 
subject was booked she was transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail.

The subject was also given a Notice of 
Restriction from WaCMart property and 
advised not to return.


Arrested: Amanda J. Jackson 190 
Washington Street Washingtonville, Ohio 
44409 (DOB: 1985)
Theft M1


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181740
Date:Sunday, March 25,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
400 BLOCK OF MULLINS

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Mullins St to follow up on a previous 
investigation. Officers subsequently 
arrested the subject for Domestic Violence 
and Aggravated Menacing. The subject was 
later transported to the Columbiana County 
Jail.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police De~artment lncident #: 
20181741
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Dog At Large
943 W WILSON ST C

Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of 
W. Wilson St. for a dog at large complaint. 
Officer responded andobserved a medium 
sized brown/white male dog barking at the 
rear of a residence. After several attempts 
officer was able to get the dog in the cruiser 
and transported it to the city humane officer 
on Prospect St.


Ptl. C. Crider


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181742
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
1872 E STATE ST

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT 

While on patrol officer was flagged down by 
a male individual walking along the 1800 
block of E State St. The individual was 
requesting assistance in getting 
transportation to Lisbon. Officer advised of 
options for cabs. 

Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181743
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
SOUTHEAST BLVD / PARK AVE 

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed three vehicles 
parked on Southeast Blvd. near Park 
Avenue in a no parking zone.

Officer made contact with a male subject 
who advised that his wife is a mid-wife and 
a child was just delivered at the house the 
vehicles were parked in front of. He advised 
that the owners of the other vehicles were 
helping his wife. The subject advised he 
would have the vehicles moved as soon as 
possible.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181745
Date: Monday, March 26,2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
500 E FOURTH ST 

Complainant: RICHARD MILLER

On 3/26/2018 officers responded to the 500 
block area of E Fourth Street in regards to a 
noise complaint. Upon arrival officers spoke 
with the complainant who stated that every 
Sunday at around 4:00 AM they can hear 
what sounds to be like a banging noise like 
a door slamming shut from outside. 

Officers did not hear anything while on 
scene but informed the complainant that an 
extra watch will be done in the area next 
Sunday. 

Officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Sunday, March 25, 2018
05:37 PM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181727
Date: Sunday, March 25,2018
Intoxicated Person 
544 E PERSHING ST A 

On 3/25/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 500 block of E Pershing Ave in regards 
to an intoxicated female subject attempting 
to drive away in a vehicle. 

Upon arriving to the area bystanders 
advised that they witnessed the female 
subject in question take off East bound with 
a male subject trying to catch up to her. 
Officers then located the intoxicated female 
subject in question, along with the male 
subject she was associated with, and 
arrangements were made for both to get 
home safely. Once both subjects ride 
arrived on scene and took custody of them 
officers then cleared without incident.



Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181726
Report Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Suspicious Person
606 OLIVE ST

Complainant: CINDY COLEMAN

On 3/24/2018 officers responded to the 600 
block of Olive in regards to a suspicious 
male in the area looking through residents 
windows. 

Upon arrival in the area officers made 
negative contact with any one fitting the 
male subjects description. Officers then 
spoke with the complainant and gathered 
her information and a possible suspect as 
to who they thought was at their house. 
With this officers then cleared without 
incident.


Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181725
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Intoxicated Driver
201 S LINCOLN AVE F

On 3/24/2018 officers responded to the 200 
block of S Lincoln Ave in regards to a 
possible intoxicated driver.

Upon arrival officers scanned the entire 
area with negative contact with the vehicle. 
Officers then cleared without incident.


Ptl. D Miller


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181724
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
1125 E STATE ST 

Officers responded to a report of possible 
fight developing outside of a business in the 
1100 block of E State St.

Officers subsequently located a female 
individual who stated that she and her 
boyfriend had a verbal dispute. The female 
individual advised there was no physical 
violence, only arguing, and the boyfriend 
had already departed the area with a family 
member. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181722
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Menacing / Threats
609 S UNION AVE

Complainant: TYLER SADLER

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
S Union Ave in reference to a menacing 
report. Officers spoke with the complainant 
who advised that his ex-girlfriend and a 
female who liked him were making threats 
to his current girlfriend. 

Officers also spoke with the victim who 
stated that she received threatening 
messages via social media from one of the 
females and text messages from the other, 
indicating that one of them wanted to fight 
her. 

Officer contacted both female suspects via 
public service and advised them to cease 
contact with victim. They were advised that 
if contact and threats continue, charges 
could be filed. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181721
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
2262 E STATE ST C

Complainant: TOM SHAW

Officer was dispatched to a business 
parking lot in the 2200 block of E. State 
Street for a report of a possible disabled 
white Honda Civic. The complainant 
advised dispatch that he had been behind 
the vehicle and an excessive amount of 
smoke was coming from the vehicle. 

Officer responded and made contact with 
the driver/owner who advised that the 
vehicle was not disabled, but she was 
having some engine problems that caused 
more exhaust than normal. The owner was 
advised that she needed to correct the 
issue with the vehicle or she could be cited 
for an unsafe vehicle as the vehicle could 
cause poor visability for other drivers.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181720
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Police responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd for an assault. The 
complaint advised that a male subject came 
downstairs and entered the apartment 
uninvited. 

Upon entering the apartment the male 
attempted to strike another male at the 
residence. The subject that attempted the 
assault then left the residence. Further 
investigation pending.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181719
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Assault 
1526 SOUTHEAST BLVD 

Complainant: JUDITH SURMACEVIZ

Officers responded to the 1500 block of S E 
Blvd in reference to an assault report. 
Complainant, who is an employee of a 
mental health residence, advised that one 
of their clients had struck another 
employee. Officers made contact with the 
subject, who has a mental handicap, and 
spoke with her about the issue. Officers 
also spoke with the victim who advised that 
the subject did swing at her, but she 
blocked it. No injuries were observed nor 
reported. 

While on scene, the subject made multiple 
threats to committing suicide. The Salem 
Fire Department First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance responded to the scene. The 
subject was transported to the SRMC.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181717
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
226 VINE AVE 2

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave, along with the Salem Fire Department, 
in reference to an unknown problem. 
Complainant advised that the male subject, 
who had been evicted, was still on the 
property and using an electrical outlet in the 
hallway of the apartment building to heat his 
apartment via an electric stove.

Officers made contact with the subject who 
advised that he was just using the electrical 
outlet for a light in order to see to move his 
things out, due to the power being shut off. 
After the FD spoke with the subject, officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Sunday, March 25, 2018
08:15 AM -0500

Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181709
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN

Complainant: KAREN BATES,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408

Officers responded to the above location for 
an hit skip accident. Officers spoke to the 
complainant who stated they were stopped 
at the red light on South Lincoln Ave 
heading northbound when another vehicle 
struck the rear end of their vehicle causing 
minor damage. The complainant stated the 
other vehicle described as a possible dark 
red or brown Ford Explorer made a illegal u 
turn and headed southbound on South 
Lincoln Ave at an high rate of speed. 

There were no injuries and minor damage 
to the vehicle was observed, which was 
driven from the scene. Officers checked the 
area but were unable to locate the other 
vehicle.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181710
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Assist Perry Pol ice
971 E THIRD ST

Complainant: WIRKNER, PTL 

Officers responded to the above location to 
standby for Perry Police while attempting to 
make contact with a male subject. Officers 
had negative contact with the male subject.


Ptl. M.Wirkner 



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181711
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violenca) 
1526 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Officer responded to the above location for 
a dispute. Upon arrival, it was found that the 
dispute was between a care worker and the 
female resident. 

Officer spoke with the female for several 
minutes, but she refused to listen to her 
care givers and continued to act out. Due to 
her actions and mental state at the time, the 
Salem fire dept. first responders and EMT 
ambulance were contacted. The female 
was ultimately transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.


Sgt. D. Green 



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181712
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Domestic In Progress 
189 E THIRD ST 1

Officer responded to the above location and 
could here a loud male voice coming from 
inside the down stairs apartment. Officer 
made contact with the male and the female 
resident there.

It was found that the female was the aunt to 
the male who was having a heated 
argument over the phone with his girlfriend 
who was in Pennsylvania with her ex. The 
girlfriend felt he was out messing around on 
her which he denied.

Officer advised him of the complaint and to 
try and keep it down not to bother others. 
He advised he understood.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181713
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
517 FAIR AVE

Complainant: ANDREW STEVES

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant/father who 
advised he has shared parenting with the 
mother of the 14 year old who was to be 
visiting the complainant/father.

Officer(s) went to another residence on S. 
Union where the daughter was found and 
advised that her father had missed picking 
her up at a location in the City last night.

The mother arrived on scene on S. Union 
and advised that she would handle it with 
the father and the daughter.

All appeared to be fine. Officer(s) advised 
the parents that this would be up with them 
and the probate court for any thing further.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181714
Date: Saturday, March 24, 2018
Parking Complaint / Violation 
ROSE AVE / E THIRD ST 

Police responded to the 800 block of E. 3rd 
St for a parking complaint. The vehicle was 
parked in a no parking zone facing traffic. 
Contact was made with the owner and the 
vehicle was moved.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181717
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
226 VINE AVE 2

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave, along with the Salem Fire Department, 
in reference to an unknown problem. 
Complainant advised that the male subject, 
who had been evicted, was still on the 
property and using an electrical outlet in the 
hallway of the apartment building to heat his 
apartment via an electric stove.

Officers made contact with the subject who 
advised that he was just using the electrical 
outlet for a light in order to see to move his 
things out, due to the power being shut off. 
After the FD spoke with the subject, officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran


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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181718
Date: Saturday, March 24, 2018
Suspicious Vehicle
378 S LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: ANOYMOUS, COMP

Officer responded to the above location and 
checked the area and did not find a large 
Blazer, white in color, parked in the lot but 
officer did find a white colored GMC vehicle 
large in size parked there. Officer talked 
with people in the lot and they advised they 
know the person has been there in the past 
and is a visitor there. They see no problem. 
Officer cleared.


Ptl. French


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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181708
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
UnknIown Noise Disturba 
CONTINENTAL DR / LEXINGTON 

Officers responded to the area of 
Continental Dr and Lexington Ave for a 
report of a car alarm going off. Upon 
arriving the vehicle was located parked 
along Lexington West of Continental. The 
operator had been sleeping at a nearby 
residence and was just coming outside to 
check the car alarm as officers arrived. 
Nothing appeared out of order and the 
individual corrected the alarm. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181707
Date: Saturday, March 24,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
378 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: TAYLOR RICKELS

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
E Fourth St in reference to multiple 
suspicious vehicles. Complainant advised 
of multiple vehicles that were parked in the 
area with no headlights on, but had interior 
dome lights on.

Officers checked the area, but the vehicles 
were gone upon arrival. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181706
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
782 W WILSON ST

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

Police responded to the 700 block of W. 
Wilson St for a possible Domestic. During 
the investigation a female at the residence 
was identified and had a warrant. The 
female was taken into custody and 
transported to the station. After the booking 
process Columbiana Co Sheriff transported 
the female to county.


ARR: Crystal R. Hoskinson
DOB: 1991
ADD: 782 W. Wilson St
Salem, OH 44460
Warrant: Failure To Appear/Disorderly 
Conduct


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181705
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
300 BLOCK OF CONTNENTAL B 

Complainant: JOHN MORRISON

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Continental Drive for a report of solicitors. 
Officer responded and spoke with the 
complainant who advised he was 
approached by a male who stated he was 
from a company called Vista and asked 
questions about his electric bill. The 
complainant advised he did not live at the 
residence and the owner was not available. 
The male told him that he was offering gift 
cards and not selling anything.

Officer made contact with the male subject 
and found that he was with three other male 
subjects who officers spoke with earlier on 
Southeast Blvd. 

Officers advised all subjects that they need 
to get a solicitor permit and leave the city 
until they get one. All subjects departed the 
city.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181704
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
211 W SEVENTH ST

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL

Officers responded to the 200 block of E 
Seventh St to make contact with the subject 
who has an active arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriffs Office. Officers 
spoke with a family member who advised 
that the subject is currently in alcohol rehab 
in Youngstown, OH. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181703
Domestic Dispute Report
782 W WILSON ST

Arrested: CRYSTAL HOSKINSON, 892 
Summitt SALEM, OH 44460 

Police responded to the 700 block of W. 
Wilson St for a possible Domestic that had 
occurred. The call came in from a third 
party who went to the residence and 
attempted to make contact with one of the 
parties involved. The incident had occured 
in another jurisdiction and no visable injury 
was observed. 

Upon making contact a female resident was 
taken into custody for a warrant.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181702
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Civil Personal Prop Dispute 
320 BROOKLYN AVE 

Complainant: SUNSHINE CHAMPNEY,  
LISBON RD SALEM, OH 44460

Officers responded to the 300 block of 
Brooklyn to assure no breach of peace 
resulted over a civil personal property issue. 
Officer had spoke with both individuals via 
public service and determined that an 
altercation might result without officers 
being present. The resident was 
cooperative in the matter and assisted with 
the complainant and her adult daughter 
being able to gather several personal items 
from the residence. 

All parties were advised to seek advice from 
an attorney regarding communal property. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181701
Date: Friday, March 23, 2018
Suspicious Person
1041 E STATE ST

Complainant: ELAINE HARRIS

Officer responded to the 1000 block of E. 
State St. for a report of a suspicious person. 
Complainant advised the male subject in a 
dark colored jacket and blue jeans was 
yelling at somebody on his cell phone. 

Officer checked the area and was unable to 
locate anybody matching the description in 
the area. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181700
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1240 SOUTHEAST BLVD 19

Officer was dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Southeast Blvd. for a suspicious tan colored 
van parked in the area for a long period of 
time with two males inside. Officer 
responded and made contact with three 
male subjects who advised that they work 
for a company that grants gift card to 
people who pay their electric/gas bills on 
time.

They advise that they do not sell any 
products and never ask for any money. No 
problems were found with any of the 
subjects and they advised they were done 
in the area for the evening. The company 
name is Vista.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181699
Date: Friday, March 23,2018 
Civil Matter
185 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: LINDA POWELL

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
E Fifth St in reference to a civil matter. 
Complainant advised that her brother, who 
had moved out of their residence at a 
previous time, had taken a leaf blower and 
shovel from the residence. Complainant 
advised that the leaf blower and shovel 
belong to her brother, but she stated that 
she was advised by an officer that the 
subject was not allowed to take anything 
from the residence. 

Officer advised complainant that the matter 
is civil in nature and provided her with her 
options for handling the incident.


Ptl. Cochran



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Saturday, March 24, 2018
07:36 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181690
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 030
1253 MOUND ST 

Complainant: GISELL MIDDLETON

UNIT #2 DRIVER/OWNER: GISELL 
MIDDLETON 

UNIT#l UNKNOWN 

Officers respondedto the above location for 
a report of a hit skip. The complainant 
stated she was traveling westbound on 
Franklin Ave and was stopped behind a 
dark red four door sedan with a male driver 
at the intersection of South Lincoln Ave at 
the red light. The complainant stated that a 
Pepsi truck was turning onto Franklin from 
Lincoln and couldn't make the turn. The 
complainant stated the red car backed up to 
let the truck make the turn and backed into 
her vehicle. The complainant stated she 
checked on the male subject in the vehicle 
then went back to her car when the driver of 
the red vehicle just drove away. 

The complainant wasn't able to get the 
registration of the other vehicle. There was 
minor damage to her vehicle and was able 
to be driven from the scene.


Ptl. M. Wirkner 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181691
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
194 FAIR AVE 

Complainant: MADISON AMOS

Officer met with the complainant who 
advised that sometime over the night time 
hours, person(s) unknown had egged the 
vehicle parked on E. Pershing bearing Ohio 
registration HGM4365 2013 Chevrolet 
Cruze 4s. The drivers side was hit mostly 
and around the passenger door area.

Officer advised that when possible officer(s) 
would try to watch?

The complainant advised she had reported 
the same incident type on Saturday, 03-17-
18 but the vehicle was not hit then.

NOTE: Complainant also advised the owner 
of the vehicle.victim her father had his 
vehicles hit on Winona Rd also



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181692
Date: Friday, March 23,2018 -
Speak To Officer
223 W PERSHING ST SALEM

Complainant: MICHAEL FAST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of possible drug paraphernalia 
found in their vehicle. 

The complainant stated only three subjects 
had access to the vehicle, officers spoke 
with all three subjects who denied knowing 
about the item. 

The item was collected from the vehicle.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181694
Date: Friday, March 23, 2018
Speak To Officer
589 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: JASON STURGELL

Report of a speak with officer at the above 
address. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised of an issue with one of his 
neighbors and that he wanted it 
documented.


Ptl. M.Wirkner


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181695
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
600 BLOCK OF S ELLSWORTH

Complainant: ERIC VARGA.   WARREN, 
OH

Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 2001 Pontiac SW Aztec Maroon in 
color
Owner/Operator: Melissa Myers 11 33 
Prospect St Apt #30 Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: 2013 Chevrolet 4s Malibu White in 
color
Owner/Operator: Eric Varga 3071 Halsey Dr 
NE Warren, Ohio 44483


Unit #1 was south bound on S. Ellsworth 
when Unit #2 attempted to pull away from a 
parking space in the 600blk of S. Ellsworth. 
Unit #2 struck Unit #1 in the right side & 
right rear tire area with it's left front 
corner/tire area. 

Unit #1 was towed by AAA. No injuries 
reported at time of crash.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181696
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Check Well Being
900 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN A SALEM


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle driving at a slow rate of 
speed and causing traffic to slow down. 
Officers located the vehicle and observed a 
slow rate of speed and a line of vehicles 
backed up behind the vehicle. Officers 
made a traffic stop on the vehicle and 
spoke with the driver who stated they were 
site seeing and taking pictures of the old 
houses on the street. Officers advised the 
driver that was fine but needed to maintain 
the proper speed limit so there won't be any 
accidents, the driver complied without 
incident.


Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181697
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
MV Lockout
193 S HOWARD AVE

Complainant: FRANK ARTEESE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a vehicle lockout, Officers were unable to 
gain access to the vehicle.

The complainant requested Sinsleys Towing 
to unlock the vehicle.


Ptl. M.Wirkner


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Salem Police De~artment lncident #: 
20181698
Report Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Speak To Officer
353 S ELLSWORTH AVE


Complainant: MERLE MCGUIRE

Report of a speak with an officer at the 
above address. Upon arrival, the 
complainant advised that a known male 
subject has his truck (HDA8199 2001 
Dodge Ram) and wont give it back. 

This officer spoke with the male subject and 
advised him of the complaint. He advised 
that he would give the vehicle back and that 
he had been trying to give the vehicle back, 
but couldn't get a hold of the complainant.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181688
Assist Other Agency 

Complainant: POST, 15

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to assist OSP with an OVI 
arrest. Officer stood by until paperwork was 
completely and the Trooper cleared the 
station.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181687
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Possible Scam
2823 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a possible scam call. The 
employee stated they had received a phone 
call from a male subject claiming to be from 
headquarters but was asking strange 
questions.

She stated that the caller also stated they 
were from the federal government. 

Officers advised them it was a scam call 
and to not give out any information. The 
employees requested an extra watch on the 
business for the evening.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181686
Date: Friday, March 23,2018
Ambulance Needed 
772 W WILSON ST 

Complainant: SARAH BENEDICT

Officers responded to 700 block of W 
Wilson St along with first responders and 
KLG ambulance for an infant having trouble 
breathing. When officers arrived on scene 
the infant was starting to breath normally 
and was checked by first responders. The 
complainant advised she wanted the infant 
checked at the hospital and was 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181684
Date: Thursday, March 22,2018
Person To Be Removed
1995 E STATE ST A SALEM

Complainant: SRMC, CHRIS

Officers. responded to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for a report of one to be 
removed. Officers arrived and hospital 
security asked officers to ask a male visiting 
a relative to leave due to disruptive 
behavior. 

Officers did ask the male to leave and he 
did so without incident.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181683
Date: Thursday, March 22,2018
Suspicious Person
2366 E STATE ST

Complainant: BRIAN CUSHMAN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a suspicious persons report. Complainant 
advised that there was a male subject who 
walked into the store covered in snow and 
had blood on his face. 

Upon arrival, officer was advised that the 
subject in question was in the bathroom. 
Officer made contact and did smell a strong 
odor of an alcoholic beverage on or about 
his person. The subject did admit to being 
intoxicated and only 18 yrs of age.

First responders did arrive and the subject 
signed a medical refusal form.

The subject was taken into custody and 
directly transported to county jail due to his 
intoxication level.


ARA- Seth A. Little D.0.B.- 2000 LKA- 943 
W. Wilson St Apt. B Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Underage Consumption


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 201 81681
Date: Thursday, March 22,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / ROOSEVELT AVE

Complainant: JESSICA HOLBROOK

Unir#l, 2013 FORD Fusion GRY 
Driver/Owner JESSICA HOLBROOK

Unit#2, 2002 DODGE Dakota BLK Driver 
CHRISTIAN WAYT Owner DAVID WAYT 

Officer responded to the intersection of E 
State St and Roosevelt for a report of a 
motor vehicle accident. Officer arrived and 
found that Unit#l was stationary in traffic 
facing west bound on E State St. Unit#l was 
struck by Unit#2,

Unit#2 was traveling west bound on E State 
St and failed to stop for the traffic. The 
driver of Unit#2 was cited for ACDA. 

AAA did respond to tow the vehicle from the 
scene.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 201 81680
Date: Thursday, March 22,2018
Civil Matter 
195 SHARP AVE 1/2 SALEM

Complainant: SAMANTHA JACKSON

Officer responded to the 100 block of Sharp 
Ave for a civil matter. The complainant 
advised that she did not want her children 
going with their father and they do not have 
any child custody agreements through the 
court. 

The male subject was advised he would 
have to take the matter up with a lawyer 
and through the courts.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Friday, March 23, 2018
07:35 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181670
Date: Thursday, March 22,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
N ELLSWORTH AVE / W THIRD ST

Complainant: ANAONYMOUS, CALLER

Unit #1, Driver ADAM DOPP, LISBON, OH

Unit #2, Driver RICHARD ZUBATY, SALEM, 
OH

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
N. Ellsworth for a motor vehicle accident. 
When officers arrived it was determined that 
Unit #1 had failed to yield to a stop sign and 
struck Unit #2 in the rear passenger side 
causing functional damage. Unit #1 also 
had Functional damage. The driver of Unit # 
1 was issued a citation for Stop Signs.

After it became day light hours Salem PD 
received a call that the stop sign had been 
down at the time of the accident and the 
driver of unit # 1 was informed that his 
citation would be VOID.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181669
Date: Wednesday, March 21,201 8
Traffic Offense
100 BLOCK OF N HOWARD

Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop for a 
license violation. Upon speaking to the 
driver it was found that he had a suspended 
drivers license but was within his driving 
privileges. During the traffic stop the 
registered owner gave officers consent to 
search the vehicle, nothing of significance 
was locate during the search. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181673
Date: Thursday, March 22,2018
Stolen Vehicle
375 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: CAREY BUCCI

Complainant on station to report that her 
vehicle had been stolen. Officers spoke with 
the complainant and learned that the 
vehicle had been repossessed in 2015. 
Officers advised the complainant to make 
contact with the finance company who had 
repossessed the vehicle. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181676
Date: Thursday, March 22,2018
Ambulance Needed
2100 MONROE ST 28

Officers responded to assist Salem FD and 
ambulance EMT, with a subject at the 
apartments. upon arrival officers learned of 
the nature of the problem and the woman 
was transported to SRMC for additional 
treatment.



Ptl Banar


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181662
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Suspicious Vehicle 
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant: MICHAELA TYSON

Officer responded to the area of N Ellsworth 
and Third for a report of a suspicious 
vehicle. The complainant advised that there 
were no visible license plates on the 
vehicle. The vehicle was not located.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181664
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Intoxicated Driver
N LINCOLN AVE / E SIXTH STREET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the area of N Lincoln 
Ave and E Sixth St for a possible 
intoxicated driver. The complainant advised 
that the driver was driving on the wrong 
side of the roadway. Officers initiated a 
traffic stop with the vehicle and the driver 
was found to not be impaired. The driver 
stated that he was tired from driving all day 
but was headed home. 

He was given a warning for the marked 
lanes and officers cleared the stop without 
incident.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181665
Report Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
881 E THIRD ST


Complainant: YOUNG, PTL

While on patrol, officer conducted a traffic 
stop for a turn signal violation in the area of 
the above location. Ptl. Garber along with 
K9 Simon arrived on scene. K9 Simon was 
deployed and did indicate to the odor of 
narcotics during the open air sniff of the 
vehicle. Contraband was recovered from 
vehicle. 

Officers also recovered contraband from 
both occupants in the vehicle. Both 
occupants were taken into custody and 
transported to this station for the booking 
process and later transported to county. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene by 
Sinsleys. 

Both subjects face addition charges 
pending labs results.


Arrested - Anthony C. Smith, D.0.B.-1997, 
205 S. Howard Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Arrested - Dewey J. Souers, D.0.B.-1989, 
7002 Knauf Rd Canfield Ohio 44406
Charge-Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, 
Possession of Drug Abuse Instruments, 
MM-Possession of Marijuana



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181666
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officers responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for two shop lifters. Asset 
protection office advised that they had two 
female subjects that had attempted to leave 
the store without rendering payment for 
several items.

Officers identified the suspects and the 
merchandise was returned to asset 
protection. 

The suspects were advised that a summons 
would be issued for the theft charges.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181668
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Assist Other Agency
180 OHIO AVE 4

Complainant: DTF, TASK FORCE

Officers responded to the 100 block of Ohio 
Ave to assist the Columbiana County DTF 
with a search warrant.

Officers did assist and cleared when 
finished. While on scene a female with an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County 
was located and she was taken into custody 
on the warrant.


Arrested: Christie Schnader
DOB 1981
Address: 41 0 Benton Rd Salem, OH 44460 
(LKA)
Charge: Warrant - Non Support


Ptl D Beeson



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Thursday, March 22, 2018
08:52 AM -0500

Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181624
Date: Tuesdav. March 20.2018
Possible Scam
445 CONTINENTAL DR 22

Complainant: JAMES CURTIS

Complainant spoke to reporting officer in 
regards to a suspicious letter that he 
received in the mail. Reporting officer 
looked at the letter and advised the 
complainant that it was a scam and to toss 
it in the trash. Officers then cleared.


Lt. David Casto



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181625
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Speak To Officer

Reporting officer spoke to the complainant 
who stated that she had been at a 
residence in the area of S Howard & W 
Pershing St and was concerned that the 
subjects there may harm her or gave her 
something. 

After dealing with the complainant for 
several minutes, First responders and EMT 
Ambulance was called to evaluate the 
complainant after she stated that she had 
injested some Meth. 

The complainant was transported to SRMC 
for an evaluation. Officers then cleared.



Lt. David Casto



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181628
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Assist Other Agency
180 OHIO AVE 6

Request to assist the water dept. at the 
above address. This officer stood by while 
they shut the water off at the residence.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181629
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Tow Vehicle
906 HIGHLAND AVE

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist Housing Department on multiple city 
violations, a vehicle was towed from the 
residence that was issued a ten day notice 
to have proper registration and in working 
order ten days ago. AAA towed the vehicle 
from the residence.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181631
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Menacing / Threats
605 S ELLSWORTH AVE A
FACTORY

Police responded to the 600 block of S. 
Ellsworth Ave for menacing. An employee 
had made possible threats to other 
employees as well as towards the company. 
The subject was terminated and escorted to 
his vehicle. 

Police cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181632
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Assist Perry Police

Complainant: PERRY TWP, PD 

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Perry Township PD in checking the 
area for a subject fleeing in the woods. 
Officer was advised that the subject had 
broke into a residence and fled on foot. 
Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the subject.


Ptl LaRosa


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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181634
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Menacing / Threats
1453 ALLEN RD
FACTORY

Police responded to MAC Trailer for a 
possible threat to the shoplplant. Police 
spoke with management and gathered 
information. Further investigation pending.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181 635
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Assist Perry Police 
SLATER / WOODSEND

Complainant: PD, Perry Twp 

Officers along with Columbiana County SO, 
Perry Township PD and OSP responded to 
the above location for a subject attempting 
to break into a residence. Officers located 
the subject, who then fled into the woods as 
officers pursued behind him. The subject 
held a gun to his head and officers took 
cover and tried to talk with him. After a 
while, the subject finally put the gun down 
and officers went in to take him into 
custody. 

The subject began to resist officers and was 
then tased, at which time he was then taken 
into custody. 

CCSO took the subject into custody and 
transported him to the hospital for 
treatment.


Ptl LaRosa



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181637
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
907 W WILSON ST

Police responded to the 900 block of W. 
Wilson St for a juvenile issue. A two year 
old child wearing only a diaper was 
observed walking down the street. A male 
subject took the child inside for warmth and 
shelter due to the freezing temperatures. 
When the mother was finally found she was 
advised of the situation. The mother 
advised she was sleeping and did not seem 
to care about the childs well being. The 
child was returned home and the mother 
was advised children services would be 
contacted. Further investigations pending.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181638
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
N ELLSWORTH AVE / W THlRD ST

Officer was dispatched to the area of N. 
Ellsworth Avenue and W. Thirteenth Street 
for juveniles playing ball in the roadway. 
Officer responded and did not locate any 
juveniles in the area.

Officer was advised that the juveniles left 
the area in a van prior to officer arrival.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181639
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: JACOB GANO

Officer spoke with a male complainant 
whom is the Human Resources Manager 
for TruCut. Complainant expressed concern 
for an employee relating to the employee 
possibly wanting to harm himself. 

Complainant advised of an incident last 
night in the Holiday Inn parking lot on E. 
State St. and also some statements made 
earlier in the day. 

Information was gathered and investigation 
is pending.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181640
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Suspicious Person
855 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Complainant: employee of the business

Officer was dispatched to a business in the 
800 block of W. State Street for a report of a 
female subject inside the business who was 
acting strange. Officer responded and made 
contact with the female subject who officers 
have had past incidents with. The female 
stated that she was waiting on a friend to 
pick her up. The female subject had been 
involved in an earlier incident at the police 
department where she advised she used 
Meth. The female had dirty clothes on and 
her story changed several times. 

Officer was advised by a member of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff Department that 
the female subject had a warrant for failure 
to appear and they would like her placed in 
custody. The female subject was 
subsequently arrested and transported back 
to the police department where she was 
released to a CCSO Deputy.

The complainant, employee of the 
business, advised that the female was 
acting strange and appeared to be scaring 
other employees and guests.


Arrested: Tricia A. Watson 962 Jones Drive 
Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1983)
Failure to Appear - Criminal Trespass


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181641
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Suspicious Person
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD

Officer responded to the Holiday Inn 
Express where an employee reported 
suspicious phone calls and two suspicious 
persons that had come into the business 
shortly after the last call. Officer obtained a 
description of the individuals and continued 
to patrol the area throughout the night. 

The employees were advised to contact the 
police if the individuals returned so they 
could be identified. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181644
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Traffic Offense
N LUNDY AVE / SUGARTREE A 

Complainant: SMITH, PTL

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a white 
2007 Hyundai 4dr on N. Lundy Ave. at 
Sugartree Alley for a red light violation that 
occurred on E. State St. at N. Lincoln Ave. 
During the stop K9 Argo was deployed on 
the vehicle and subsequently indicated to 
the presence of narcotic odor. 

While preparing to pat down the front seat 
passenger, a 16 year old male he dropped 
an item on the ground. The item was seized 
and the juvenile admitted to the item being 
a 'wax pen'. 

The driver, 18 year old Cade W. 
Zimmermann was issued a traffic citation 
for the red light violation and given a court 
date of Friday March 30th, 2018 in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.

The 16 year old male juvenile was advised 
he was being charged with delinquency and 
that charges will be filed in the Columbiana 
County Juvenile Court. Officer did contact 
the juveniles mother to make her aware of 
the incident involving her son. Officers 
cleared.


CITED:
Cade W. Zimmermann
DOB: 1999
37426 Old St. Rt. 344
Leetonia, OH 44431
Charge: Red Light

CITED (JUVENILE)
DOB: 12/3/2001
791 W. Pidgeon Rd.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Delinquency



PTL SMITH



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181645
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Domestic In Progress 
861 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Police responded to the 800 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a dispute. Both parties 
had been arguing with alleged physical 
contact. The male subject was highly 
intoxicated. Both parties were advised to 
remain separated for the night.



Ptl Osberg


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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181646
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Domestic In Progress
861 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: SONJA ELLIS

Officers responded to the 800 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a report of an ongoing 
dispute. Officers had just departed the 
same residence approximately 15 minutes 
prior for a similar complaint, during which 
the complainant stated that her room mate 
(who was unclothed) had made sexual 
advances toward her. An argument had 
resulted when the complainant declined 
those advances. Both individuals had been 
advised to stay away from each other. The 
male individual was clearly intoxicated and 
officers had suggested he make 
arrangements to get a ride elsewhere for 
the night. 

Domestic Violence Laws and potential 
consequences had been explained prior to 
officers departing.

Upon officers returning, the 
complainant/victim advised that as soon as 
officers departed from the initial call, the 
male resident allegedly began calling the 
complainant derogatory names and 
eventually threatened that he would beat 
her ass. The individual was still not wearing 
any clothes and the complainant stated that 
she feared for here own well being due to 
the threats and high level of intoxication. 

Officers obtained a written statement from 
the complainant/victim for subsequent 
charges, but an immediate arrest was not 
made at the scene after officers were able 
to observe the male individuals extreme 
state of intoxication. The individual was able 
to walk but could not comprehend simple 
requests. Officers learned that the individual 
had consumed and entire bottle of vodka 
and presented a danger to his own well 
being as well as the complainant. 

Salem First Responders andKLG 
Ambulance were summoned to the scene 
and the individual was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center.

Officer followed up at ER and learned that 
the male individual had advised staff that he 
wanted to harm himself, therefore he had 
been placed under observation. Salem ER 
advised they would contact Salem PD when 
the individual was fit for release, at which 
time charges will be served and the 
individual taken to Columbiana County Jail 
on charges of domestic violence. 

Sgt B Slider 


Arrested: for Domestic Violence
Time of Arrest: 0058 hours on 03/21/2018
John E Taylor, DOB: 1951
861 Newgarden Ave, Salem OH 44460



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181649
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Warrant  / Warrant Check 
780 W STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 3/21/2018 officers responded to the 700 
block of E State Street in regards to a 
wanted individual coming through the city in 
a red SUV stopping in the area. The wanted 
person in question was a Robert Fuson Jr. 

When officers observed the vehicle pull into 
a parking lot they then made contact with 
Fuson Jr. and arrested him on site at 0019 
hrs.


Arrested: Robert Fuson Jr.
DOB: 1977
LKA: 254 W. Wilson Street S -1lem OH 
44460
Warrant: Failure to Appear



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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181650
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1995 E STATE ST 
HOSPITAL

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

ARA JOHN TAYLOR,  861 NEWGARDEN 
AVE SALEM, OH 44460 9147

Officers resporlded to Salem Regional 
Medical Center and took a male individual 
into custody on a domestic violence warrant 
that was a result of an incident that 
occurred several hours earlier. The 
individual was properly handcuffed and 
transported directly to Columbiana County 
Jail. 

Sgt B Slider 


See also # 20731646



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181652
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 030 a
W FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Unit #1 Driver ELIJAH BRICKER

Unit #2 Driver ERIC WILSON

Officers were dispatched to the 500 Block 
of N. Ellsworth Ave. for a motor vehicle 
crash. Officers arrived on scene and it was 
discovered that Unit #1 was traveling 
westbound on Fifth St. and slid through the 
stop sign and struck Unit #2 who was 
traveling North bound on N. Ellsworth Ave. 
in rear side panel. the driver of Unit #1 was 
cited for Stop Signs.


Cited: Elijah Michael Bricker, 808 E. Fourth 
St. Salem OH, 44460
Failure to Yield Right of Way - Stop Sign



Ptl. Connolly


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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181655
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Dog Bite
378 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
E. Fourth St. for a dog bite report. Officers 
arrived on scene and spoke to the owner of 
the dog, who stated that her dog had bitten 
her juvenile son and herself sometime last 
week. Officers documented the injures and 
the owner stated that she was taking the 
dog back to where she had bought it from in 
the morning.


Ptl. Connolly


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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181657
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
226 VINE AVE 

The owner / landlord of the building 
requested a report regarding damage to his 
rental complex. The heating system in the 
open hall way sustained damages by wires 
being cut and a portion of the internal fixture 
to be damaged and or put in 
backwards/upside down. A few photos were 
taken. 

Owner stated that he had text messages 
from a tenant threatening to damage 
property if the owner took him to court over 
rental issues / late rent. Columbiana County 
Court papers showed in January and March 
of this year hearings had been scheduled 
over rent issues. Owner claimed that the 
tenant was to have been out, evicted, on 
Monday, March 19th. 

Tenant was not available to provide his 
story or any court papers. Officer advised 
the owner that proper court papers would 
be needed before any person/tenant could 
or would be removed. Owner was advised 
that this process is usually carried out by 
the Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. 
Officer was also told by the owner and 
manager that the male had been staying 
there at night time and stealing electricity by 
plugging into the hall receptacle. 

I advised them to call PD and the matter 
would be addressed if it came up again. 
Owner did not appear he wanted to pursue 
criminal charges and was advised the 
procedure to obtain a copy of the report.


Ptl. Banar901



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181659
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Child in Roadway
372 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
North Ellsworth for a report of small children 
in the roadway with snow shovels. On 
arrival officers checked the area and 
located several juveniles in the 100 block of 
East 4th St. The juveniles were of age to be 
out. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister


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Salem Police Story  Incident #: 20181661
Date: Wednesday, March 21,2018
Civil Matter


Complainant: DONALD STEED

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a civil matter. Upon 
arrival, the complainant advised of possible 
criminal activity at his daughter's residence. 
The complainant wanted subjects removed 
from the residence. 

Officer explained that the subjects would 
need to be legally evicted. The complainant 
advised a subject just departed the 
residence with a lockbox that he believed 
was selling drugs. Officers performed a 
Terry Stop on the subject and further 
investigation led to the lockbox being seized 
as evidence. The lockbox will be turned 
over to Columbiana County DTF.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Wednesday, March 21, 2018
07:47 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181633
Tuesday, March 20,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: BRADLEY LEWIS

Report of a drive off at the above address. 
The employee advised that a subject in a 
Red Ford had pumped $25 worth of gas 
and left without paying. Unknown direction 
was travel was given and the employee was 
given the report number.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181628
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Assist Other Agency 
180 OHIO AVE 6 

Request to assist at the above address. 
This officer stood by while they shut the 
water off at the residence.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181630
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Accidental Damage
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: KENNIE BAKER

Report of accidental damage at the above 
address. Upon arrival, complainant advised 
that a female subject in a red vehicle had 
struck the pole by the ATM and then left the 
area. Complainant advised that at this time 
they just wanted the incident documented 
until she finds out from corporate office 
what they want to do.


Ptl Miller


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181636
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Menacing / Threats

Complainant: ASHLEY BADDELEY

Complainant on station reference threats 
made to her daughter by a juvenile and the 
juveniles mother.

Complainant advised that her daughter was 
threatened on the bus (4) by a female 
juvenile and that the juvenile showed her 
text from her mom threatening her also. All 
information was gathered and she was 
advised to contact the school and advise 
them of the issue.



Ptl Miller


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 120181613
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
595 CONTINENTAL DR 

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Continental Dr for a report of several 
juveniles in the roadway with a shopping 
cart. Officer located three boys with a cart 
along the curb and advised them of the 
complaint. They were requested to avoid 
playing in the street and promptly took the 
cart away from the street. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181614
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Protection Order Violation
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A

Complainant: CHERYL MCGRATH

Police responded to the Community Center 
for a possible protection order violation. The 
complainant believed a juvenile had a 
protection order against a family member 
that may still be in the building. The juvenile 
was taken to another part of the building 
until Police arrived. It ended up that the 
protection order had expired. 

The juvenile continued to stay in another 
part of the building and officers cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181615
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OHIO STATE HIGHWAY, 
PATROL  LISBON

Officer assisted an Ohio State Patrol 
Trooper on a traffic stop on W Tenth St near 
Jennings Ave while the trooper conducted a 
consent search of the vehicle. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181616
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Traffic Offense
E THIRD ST / ROSE AVE

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL 

Officer on patrol in the area of E. Third 
Street and N. Lincoln Avenue observed a 
female driver in a grey Hyundai Sonata who 
was found to have a suspended drivers 
license after conducting a registration 
check. Officer conducted a traffic stop on E. 
Third Street near Rose Avenue and made 
contact with the driverlowner who was 
advised of the license suspension. The 
driver was issued a citation for the offense 
and a valid driver responded to operate the 
vehicle to a residence in the 100 block of 
Rose Avenue. Officer responded to the 
drivers residence and seized the vehicle 
registration and license plates per the BMV.

Cited: Jessica Victoria Rivas Castillo 194 
Rose Avenue Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
1996)
Non-Compliance FRA Suspension


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181617
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Check Well Being
449 CONTINENTAL DR 27

Complainant: CHRISTOPHER STEAGALL

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Continental Drive to check the well being of 
an elderly female after her son could not 
reach her for several hours. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
the female who was found to be well. 
Officers did find that she had accidentally 
called her sons phone and the line was 
open for over twenty minutes. Officers 
spoke with the complainant via telephone 
and advised him of the issue with the 
phone.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181618
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: POST, 15 

Officer assisted an Ohio State Patrol 
Trooper at Salem PD and witnessed several 
forms that were read pertaining to blood 
alcohol testing. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181619
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Loud Music (Residence) 
443 CONTINENTAL DR 50

Complainant: CHRISTINE CRIHFIELD

Officers responded to 443 Continental Dr. 
Apt.#50 for a report of loud music coming 
from the apartment. Upon arrival, officer 
spoke with the complainant in Apt.#49 and 
could hear noise from the next door 
apartment. 

Contact was made with a male 
subjectltenant of Apt.#50 and advised of the 
complaint. He advised he was not playing 
music, but was watching TV in his bedroom. 
The TV was turned down and officers 
cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181620
Date: Tuesday, March 20,2018
Suspicious Person
625 E SIXTH ST

Complainant: RICHARD THOMAS

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E. Sixth Street for a report of a suspicious 
person who attempted to gain access to the 
complainants vehicle. Officers were advised 
that the male suspect was medium build, 
had a goatee and a dark blue coat with the 
hood up. Officers searched the area, but 
were unable to locate the subject.

Officers spoke with the complainant who 
advised he exited the rear of his house 
where his car was parked to get tools for 
work. The complainant stated the subject 
was standing beside his vehicle (red Volvo) 
and appeared to be attempted to gain 
access to it. The complainant chased the 
subject off his property southbound from the 
residence. The complainant reported 
nothing missing and advised the vehicle 
was never entered.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Tuesday, March 20, 2018
09:14 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181601
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Check Well Being

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and talked with the female resident who 
advised that another female was at the 
residence standing out side who is not to be 
there. Officer(s) located the female who 
advised that a male who resides there 
invited her there and when he left for work 
the other female wanted her to leave so she 
left.

Officer(s) advised her of not going back 
when the male isn't there and she advised 
she understood and would not return at this 
time.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181602
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Intoxicated Person
200 BLOCK OF BROOKLYN 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an intoxicated male walking. 
Officers located the male subject who 
stated he was just trying to walk home after 
his girlfriend kicked him out of her house. 

Officers transported him to the Salem 
Police Department to call for a ride.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181605
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: ROBERT EDWARDS

On 03/19/2018, at approximately 11:48 a.m. 
the complainant came on station to report a 
possible sexual assault which occurred 
several months ago. Chief Panezott and 
Det. Talbert spoke to the complainant and 
this complaint will be handled by the 
Detective Division and also sent to Children 
Services.


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181606
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Recovered Property


Complainant: FRENCH, PTL

Officer was given a brown bifold wallet 
while on routine patrol. The male subject 
who had it advised he found it by the street 
in the 400blk of S. Broadway.

Officer attempted to make a call to the 
owner of the wallet and got his voice mail. 
Officer left a message advising him it was 
here.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 120181607
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: MELISSA JAKUBISN

Report of speak with officer. The 
complainant advised that her two children 
are being harassed by another child on the 
bus to school and going home. Complainant 
advised that she has contacted the school 
but wanted the incident documented in case 
of any future problems. This officer spoke 
with school administrators who advised that 
they are taking care of the issue.


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181608
Assist Other Agency
Date: Monday, March 19,2018

Police were contacted by New York State 
Police for an investigation. A male subject 
that lives in their jurisdiction is a possible 
suspect of a forgery case. New York State 
Police requested the subject be contacted 
by officers and gather a statement. 

The victim, which resides in our jurisdiction, 
was contacted and advised he would come 
to the s!ation to fill out a statement.


Ptl 0sberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181609
Date:Monday, March 19,2018
Assault 
861 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: SONJA ELLIS

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to an alleged assault. Officer 
arrived on scene and made contact with the 
complainant. 

Complainant advised that the subject, who 
is her room mate and also intoxicated, had 
pushed her and was calling her vulgar 
names. Officers observed no signs of injury 
to the complainant and she refused any 
medical attention. The subject admitted to 
being intoxicated and did not recall pushing 
her or calling her vulgar names. 

The subject was advised to stay in his room 
and sleep it off for the afternoon.

Complainant was advised to call us back if 
needed.



Ptl LaRosa


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181610
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
200 BLOCK OF S ELLSWORTH

Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 2017 Ford 4s Fusion Red in color
Owner:/Operator: Oscar Triplett 871 
Newgarden Ave Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: (TK) Apportioned 2016 
International White in color
D.O.T. #008806 CTQ -M 305061 FN 
#618838
Truck #327685
Trailer: Oklahoma registration, BA27754 
2016 Doon ST (TR) White in color
Owner: J.B. Hunt Transport 705 B North 
Bloomington Lowell, Arizona 72745
Operator: Michael Lee Hamden 3496 Fern 
Ave Burton, Michigan 48529


Unit #1 was north bound on S. Ellsworth 
stopped at the legally posted four way stop 
at Pershing Ave. Unit #2 was attempting to 
make a right hand turn off of W. Pershing to 
head south on S. Ellsworth. Unit # 1 backed 
up (south) to a1low more room for Unit #2 
to make the turn but Unit # 2's left front 
step/wheel area ended up striking Unit #1's 
left drivers door.

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



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181611
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: JENNY CARSON

The complainant and her roommate 
responded to this department to report a 
suspicious female. They advised that an 
unknown female showed up at their 
residence earlier today. The female asked if 
she could come inside because she was 
cold and to use their phone. They advised 
that the female was staying longer than 
normal and was using facebook on their cell 
phone to contact a friend. The complainant 
advised that they did ultimately have the 
female leave the residence. 

Officers are familiar with the female and the 
complainant was advised to contact this 
department, should she return and she 
would be advised not to return.


Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181612
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Fraud
530 HAWLEY AVE


Complainant: RICHARD PASKO

Police responded to the 500 block of 
Hawley Ave for a fraud report. The 
complainant stated that a previous resident 
has possibly been misusing her bank 
account. The complainant has had multiple 
withdraws and not used for the bills it was 
intended for. 

Police gathered information. Further 
investigation pending.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident#:20181561
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
223 W Pershing Ave
Suspicious Activity

Complainant: KAYLA HARTMAN,  
SEBRING, OH 44672 

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Pershing Ave in regards to a suspicious 
activity report. The complainant advised 
that there had been two male subjects 
standing on their front porch looking into the 
windows. 

Officer arrived on scene but was unable to 
locate any persons. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181562
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a telecommunications 
harassment. The complainant advised her 
husband had been receiving several prank 
phone calls for the past two months. She 
stated that tonight the same people had 
ordered food in their name to be delivered 
to their residence. This matter is being 
under investigation and will be passed on to 
a detective.


Ptl. E. Perry


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181563
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: LISBON, PD

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to assist Lisbon Police 
Department. The officer assisted with 
administering a BAC test for an OVI arrest.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181564
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept
HOSPITAL

Complainant: SALEM, ER 1995 E STATE 
ST SALEM

Officers responded to the 1300 block of E 
State St to assist the Sheriffs Department in 
an investigation. Officers arrived on scene 
and gathered information to pass on to the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181565
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Disabled Vehicle

Officer responded to E. Pershing St. near 
Ohio Ave. for a disabled vehicle. Officer 
stayed on scene with the driver of the 
vehicle until Sinsley's towed the vehicle 
from the roadway.



PTL Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181569
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
1995 E STATE ST A

Complainant: LEOTA CLARKSON,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431 

Police responded to the 2000 block of 
Bentley Dr. for a 911 call. The complainant 
was not able to provide officers with a 
location. After further investigation officers 
found that the complainant was currently a 
patient at the hospital and everything was 
okay.


PTL Brooks


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181570
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
2875 E STATE ST A 
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: ANA RAIL

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a juvenile problem. The 
complainant advised that two juveniles were 
asking several subjects for rides to Alliance. 
The description of the juveniles match 
several juveniles that had left a group home 
from Goshen Twp. 

Officers located the juveniles on N 
Cunningham Rd and they were transported 
to Salem Police Department. 

Goshen Township PD was contacted and 
the juveniles were released into their 
custody to be transported back to the group 
home.


Ptl. E. Perry


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Salem Police De~artment lncident #: 
20181585
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Neighbor Dispute
542 E SCHOOL ST

Complainant: ALEXANDRIA HERNANDEZ,  
ALLIANCE, OH 44601 

Officers responded to a neighbor dispute in 
the 500 block of E School St. Officer spoke 
with the complainant who advised of being 
yelled at by the neighbor. 

Officer spoke with the subject that was 
reported to be yelling and advised him to 
take his complaints to zoning or call the 
police if warranted. 

Officers cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181586
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept 
444 S UNION AVE

Complainant: CCSO, SHERIFFS 8473 
COUNTY HOME RD LISBON

Officer responded to the 400 block of S 
Union Ave to deliver a message for the 
Sheriff's Department. The female subject 
was contacted and advised to contact 
Columbiana County SO.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181587
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Assist Other Agency 
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Complainant: SMITH TOWNSHIP, POLICE

Officer responded to the 800 block of 
Pennsylvania Ave for a well being check on 
a suicidal male subject. The male subject 
advised he had made comments earlier that 
evening but was just upset at the time. The 
male subject was willingly transported by 
KLG to Salem Regional Medical Center.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181588
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Check Well Being 
326 MORGAN CT

Officer responded to the 300 block of 
Morgan Ct. for a check well being of a 
subject. Officer made contact with the 
subject in question that advised everything 
was fine. Officer cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181590
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
881 E THIRD ST 

Complainant: CORY RITTENOUR

Police responded to the 800 block of E. 
Third St. for a dispute. The complainant 
advised that he and his girlfriend got into a 
verbal altercation. 

The female advised she was leaving the 
residence for the evening. Officers advised 
the complainant if he had any other issues 
to call the PD.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181591
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
OVI Arrest
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD STREET

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle making 
several moving violations in the area of E 
3rd St. and N. Lincoln Ave.

Officer after stopping the vehicle found the 
driver to be impaired, K9 Simon was 
deployed and indicated to the presence of 
narcotic odor, the driver was placed under 
arrest and transported on station. 

Contraband was recovered from the vehicle 
and the drivers person. 

Kaiser Towing responded and removed the 
vehicle from the roadway. 

The male was brought on station, 
processed and transported to the County 
jail. Officers cleared without incident.


Arrested: Carlos Acevedo DOB: 1968 of 
129 E Park Ave. Columbiana Oh
Charges: OVI, Turning in roadway, Poss. of 
2 valid ID'S Additional charges pending 
further investigation.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181592
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Attempted Suicide
206 VINE AVE 1/2 

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave in regards to an attempted suicide. 
Officers arrived on scene and located the 
female subject in question sitting in her 
bedroom with numerous razor blade cuts on 
her leg. 

Salem Fire and EMT Ambulance responded 
to the scene and the female subject was 
subsequently transported to the Salem ER 
by EMT. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181594
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Assist Other Agency
2875 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: BOARDMAN, POLICE DEPT 

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St to assist another agency in locating 
a suicidal male. Boardman Police 
Department advised that the male subject 
had been making threatening remarks to 
harm himself via text message to his ex 
girlfriend and parents and that they were 
able to ping his cell phone to a location 
within the city limits. 

Officer arrived on scene and located the 
male subject in question, after further 
investigation it was found that he did make 
these remarks. Salem Fire and KLG 
Ambulance responded to the scene, the 
male subject was then transported by KLG 
Ambulance to Salem ER where he was 
then pink slipped. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181595
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
2875 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: BROOKS, PTL

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St (see report 20181 594). Upon 
checking the identity of the occupants 
inside of the motor vehicle it was found that 
the passenger, Kayla Marcum did have an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County for 
Failure to Appear. 

The female subject was then placed in 
custody and transported back to Salem PD 
and then subsequently transported to 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Kayla M Marcum
DOB: 1993
Charge: Warrant Arrest (FTA)



Ptl. J. Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident#:20181596
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
780 W STATE ST 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officers were on routine patrol in the 700 
block of W State St and noticed a female 
subject that had an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. 

Officers made contact with the subject and 
placed her in custody after confirming the 
warrant. The female subject was 
transported back to Salem Police 
Department to be booked and then 
released into CCSO custody.


Arrested: Kathryn Sims
DOB: 1989
Address: 273 W 14th St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Warrant - Failure to Appear


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181597
Date: Monday, March 19,2018
Ambulance Needed
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PTPD, POLICE 

Police and First responders responded to 
Speedway for an unknown medical 
problem. The complainant advised she 
needed to go to the hospital, but would not 
state why. The female subject was 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT.


Ptl. J. Brooks



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www.westernreservenews.com



Monday, March 19, 2018
07:50 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181582
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Barking Dog
441 W SCHOOL ST

Complainant:ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated in 
reference to a barking dog. Upon arrival, a 
resident advised her dog was barking a little 
due to kids playing outside. The resident 
stated she would keep the noise down.


Sgt. k. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181580
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Soliciting
1230 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Officer(s) responded to the 1200 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a report of persons 
soliciting without a permit. On arrival 
officers located the person in question and 
spoke with them. Officers advised the 
person that they would need to cease there 
actions until they obtained a permit from the 
city. 


Officers cleared.

Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181579
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant:SMITH OIL

Officer(s) spoke with the complainant over 
the phone about a theft hat had occurred in 
the 900 block of East State St. The 
complainant stated that a person unknown 
to her had pumped $16.01 in gas into there 
vehicle and then fled the area without 
rendering payment. 

Officers advised the complainant of the 
report number for the incident. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181577
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Accident Private Property 
780 W STATE ST 
CIRCLE K WEST

Complainant:DAVID SCYOC

Complainant on station to report a private 
property accident that occurred at the 
above stated location. The complainant 
advised he was parked facing southbound 
in front of the business and further stated a 
vehicle struck his door while he was exiting- 
. The complainant advised his vehicle did 
not sustain damage but wanted the incident 
documented.


Sgt. K. Toy


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181575
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2401 E STATE ST A
GIANT EAGLE GROCERY

Local report only no OK1

Officer(s) responded to the 2400 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # I had been pulling from the 
private parking lot in the 2400 block of East 
State St when it struck was struck by unit # 
2. 

Unity # 2 had been traveling east in the 
2400 block of East State St when it struck 
was struck by unit # 1. 

Both drivers reported that they had the 
green light at the traffic signal. There were 
no reported injuries and no citations were 
issued. Both vehicles were driven from the 
scene.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Laure Butcher
vehicle / 2007 Chrysler


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Leah Ketchum
vehicle / 2006 Dodge


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181574
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Recovered Property
846 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant:DIANA REITER

Complainant on station to turn in a folding 
knife that was located in the 800 block of 
New Garden Ave. Officers took possession 
of the item and it will be destroyed. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181573
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant:NANCY McKENZIE

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported shoplifter. 
Upon arrival, loss prevention had a male 
detained for failing to scan multiple items 
and passing all points of sale without 
rendering payment.

The male voluntarily admitted the theft to 
this officer and was placed into custody. 
The male was processed at Salem PD and 
then transported to Columbiana County Jail.

Arrested: Nathan A. Galbreath DOB: 1976 
781 W. Pershing St. Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Theft


Sgt. K. Toy


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181572
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018
Domestic In Progress
530 HAWLEY AVE

Officer(s) responded to the 500 of Hawley 
for a reported domestic I fight in progress. 
On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. It was determined to be a dispute 
over family issues. Officers advised all of 
the options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181571
Date: Sunday, March 18,2018 -.
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 SHARP AVE B


Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Sharp Ave. for a Juvenile Complaint. When 
officers arrived they spoke to the Juvenile 
and his father about the incident that had 
taken place. It was found out that the 
Juvenile falsified his statement about the 
incident. The Juvenile was charged and 
released at the scene to his father.

Further investigation was transferred to the 
Juvenile Officer.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181559
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
911 Hang-up Call 
359 W TENTH ST

Complainant:ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Tenth St for a 91 1 hang-up call with a 
juvenile. The juvenile would not give the 
phone to a parent when asked by the 
dispatcher several times. 

Officers attempted to locate the residence 
but were unable to locate any juveniles in 
the area.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181558
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
Suspicious Activity
842 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant:ROBERT HALL

Officer took a report via telephone in 
regards to suspicious activity that has been 
occurring in the 800 block of W Pershing St. 
The male complainant advised that there 
has been a large amount of traffic in and 
out at this residence at all hours of the night 
and that he suspected that it was drug 
activity. 

Officer gathered additional information and 
advised the complainant that this incident 
would be forwarded to the DTF. Officer 
cleared.


Ptl Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181557
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
Suspicious Person
223 W PERSHING ST

Complainant:MICHAEL FAST

Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
Pershing St for a suspicious person looking 
inside a residence. Officers checked the 
area but were unable to locate the subjects. 
Officer spoke with the complainant who was 
able to provide further description and 
advised that there were two subjects and 
they ran westbound. 

Officer advised them to contact the police 
department if the subjects returned.


Ptl. E. Perry


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Salem Police Story
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
Domestic In Progress
420 N BROADWAY AVE

Officers responded to 420 N. Broadway 
Ave. for a report of a domestic in progress. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with a male 
and female whom are husband/wife. 
Officers spoke with both parties separately. 
Both parties advised that there was nothing 
was going on. They advised of no argument 
of physical violence nor was their any signs 
of violence. Officers cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181553
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST

Complainant:BRADLEY 

(3/17/2018 16:49:50 By: 121) PUMP #3; 
$29.22; BLK CHEVY CAVALIER; 
WESTBOUND

A female subject used pump 6 to dispense 
$29.22 worth of gas into a black Chevy 
Cavalier. She left westbound on State St. 
and did not pay. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181541
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
Accident With Injury
495 STEWART AVE


CHARGES:

4511.19Ala MI Driving While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs
4510.12 A1 335.01 Driving wlo a Driver's 
License / Expired OL
4511.202 333.08 Failure to Maintain 
Reasonable Control of a MV on any street, 
highway, or propert
4301.6285 529.07 B5 MM Open Liquor 
Container - stationary motor vehicle
4511.19Ala M1 Driving While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol andlor Drugs
4510.12Al 335.01 Driving wlo a Driver's 
License / Expired OL
4511.202
4301.62B5 529.07 B5 M Open Liquor 
Container - stationary motor vehicle

PROPERTY:

SIR $1.00 Open King Cobra Premium malt 
liquor
SIR $1.00 White rock substance
SIR $1.00 clear plastic bag used for tear off


Unit # 1 Driver/ Michael R. Cooper, Owner 
RAYMOND CURRIE 

Police responded to the area of Stewart 
Ave. and W. Fifth St. for a single car motor 
vehicle accident involving a vehicle and a 
large tree. The male driver of a maroon van 
drove off the roadway and crashed into a 
tree. The male was charged and 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center for injuries he suffered during the 
crash. 

Charged: Michael R. Cooper
DOB: 1987
Offense: OVI 4511 . 19 (A)(I)(A), No 
License ORC 4510.1 2(A)(1), Reasonable 
Control 4511.202, Open Container ORC 
4301.62(B)(5)



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181525
Date: Friday, March 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / CONTINENTAL DR


Unit# l ,  Driver DARBY MAYHEW, Owner 
GRAHAM MATTHEW P

Unit# 2,  Driver/Owner PAUL WHITEHEAD 


Officer took a report of a motor vehicle 
accident that occurred in the area of E State 
St and Continental Dr. The complainant 
advised that the accident had occurred 
during the morning hours of the previous 
day but that the police were not called. 
Officer did gather the information and did 
follow up with the other subject involved. 

Due to conflicting accounts of the accident 
and the fact that police were not called to 
the scene no citations were issued.

Based on damage it was found that Unit#2 
was west bound on E State St when it was 
struck by Unit#2 which was pulling from a 
private drive at a traffic signal. Report 
numbers were issued.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181539
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
Theft
490 W THIRD ST

Complainant:MAlTHEW SURMACEVIZ

Officer spoke to complainant via telephone 
in regards to a theft report. The male 
complainant advised that his ex girlfriend 
had taken a video game console from his 
residence and that she would not return it. 

Officer attempted to make contact with the 
female suspect but was unsuccessful, 
officer will attempt to make contact with the 
female suspect at a later date. The 
following incident is under investigation.


Ptl C Walla



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Saturday, March 17, 2018
10:31 PM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181527 
Date: Friday March 16,2018
Person With A Gun
223 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: BRANDON WEESE, 
ALLIANCE, OH 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant/advised officer that an 
unknown male subject pulled a gun on him 
in front of his house and took his pocket 
knifb. The complainant was not able to 
provide officers with a description of the 
male. 

Officers will patrol tye area more frequent 
and advised the complainant that if he sees 
the male again to call the PD. 


Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 201 81 528 
Salem
Date: March 16,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
S LUNDY AVE / FRANKLIN ST 

Complainant: PERRY, PTL

Officer was on routine patrol in the area of 
Franklin Ave and S Lundy Ave and noticed 
a disable vehicle in the roadway. The driver 
of the vehicle advised she was having 
transmission trouble and had someone on 
the way to help her. The vehicle was moved 
to the side of the roadway and officer 
cleared the scene without incident



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181529
Date: Friday March 16,2018
Accident Hit I Skip
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: KYRA MURPHY

Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
station regarding a hitlskip accident that 
occurred on pri ate property in the 2800 
block of E State St. The vehicle was parked 
in the lot when it was struck and the other 
ehicle fled the area. A report number was 
issued. 



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181531
Date: Friday March 16,2018
Child Juvenile Problem
491 SHARP AVE B 

Complainant: LOUIS HUYGHE

Officer responded to the 400 block of Sharp 
Ave. for a juvenile issue. The complainant 
advised son got into a fight with several 
other kids from down the street. 

The Juvenile officer will be about the matter.


Ptl Brooks


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181532
Date: Friday March 16,2018
Traffic Offense
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for 2 
moving violations in the 100 block of E 2nd 
St. Officer conducted a search of the 
vehicle and located a small amount of 
contraband debris. 

Officer incident.



Ptl. M. Garber


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Salem Police Story Incidev1t #: 20181533
Date: Friday March 16,2018
Suspicious Person
624 E PERRY ST 

Complainant: STACY MOORE

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Perry St for a suspicious person report. The 
complainant advised that an unknown male 
subject was walking through his yard 
claiming to be looking for a pet.  The 
complainant advised that a neighbor had 
seen the male subject several hours later 
across the street looking at the 
complainants truck.

The complainant advised that he then 
moved his vehicle to the rear of his 
residence and was able to provide a 
description of the male subject. 

Officer checked the area for the male 
subject but was unable to locate anyone 
near the area matching the description.



Ptl. E. Perry




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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181534
Date: Friday March 16,2018
Traffic Offense
1335 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: BEESON, PTL

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a moving violation. 
During the stop the K9 was called and 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 lncident 20181535
Date: Friday, March 16, 2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
1100 BLOCK OF E THIRD ST

Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop with 
the accused vehicle in the 1100 block of E 
Third St foi an equipment violation. 

Upon investigation it was found that a male 
passenger in the vehicle had an active 
arrest warrant through Columbiana County 
and Mahoning County, the warrant was 
then confirmed and the male subject was 
placed in custody. K9 Simon was also 
called to the scene to conduct an open air 
sniff of the vehicle, Simon did indicate to the 
smell of narcotic odor coming from inside of 
the vehicle. A probable cause search of the 
vehicle did yield contraband and charges 
are pending.

The male subject with a warrant was then 
transported to the Salem Police Department 
where h was released to a Columbiana 
County Deputy.

The driver of the vehicle was given a verbal 
warning for Window Tint Violation.


Arrested: Darian M Libert
Address (LKA): 845 N Market Ave, Apt 1 C, 
Lisbon, Ohio, 44432
DOB: 1998
Charge: Warrant Arrest



Ptl C Walla 



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Salem Police Story lncident 20181536
Date: Friday, March 16, 2018
Assist Other Agency 

Complainant: GOSHEN TWNSHIP, PD

Officer did respond to the police station to 
assist Goshen PD with an OVI. Officer did 
operate the BAC Datamaster and cleared.


Ptl D Beeson


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181537
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
OVI Arrest
1872 E STATE ST 

Complainant: PERRY, PTL 

Officers responded to a hit skip accident 
involving a marked police cruiser in the 
1800 block of E State St. The suspect 
vehicle after striking the cruiser fled the 
scene and failed to comply with officers 
attempting to stop it. The vehicle did finally 
stop and the driver was found to be 
intoxicated. The passengerlregistered 
owner was also intoxicated as well and 
allowed the driver to operate the vehicle for 
which he was cited. 

The vehicle was removed by Davidson's 
Towing with a court hold. The driver was 
brought on station, processed and 
transported to County Jail.


Ptl. M. Garber 



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Salem Police Story lncident 20181538

Suspicious Person
175 W STATE ST 

Officer responded to the 100 block of W 
State St for a suspicious person yelling at 
passing vehicles. Officers made contact 
with the male subject several blocks away 
and he advised he thought someone was 
yelling at him and he yelled back. He stated 
that he was on his way back to his 
residence. The male subject was given 
disorderly conduct warning and advised to 
not cause any further issues.

Ptl. E. Perry 


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Salem Police Story lncident ##: 20181540
Date: Saturday March 17,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: TWP, GOSHEN

Officer assisted Goshen Pd with an OVI test 
at the station. Officer did operate the BAC 
Datamaster and cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident : 20181542
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
Suspicious Person
223 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: MICHAELA FAST

Officers responded to the 200 block of W 
Pershing St for a suspicious person. The 
complainant advised several subjects were 
banging on the basement window. 

Officers checked the residence but did not 
locate anyone in the area. Officers made 
contact with the complainant and several 
subjects inside the residence. They all 
advised that similar incidents have been 
occurring in the past week and requested 
an extra watch on the residence.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident 20181544
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1788 FAIRVIEW CT 

Complainant: LORDSTOWN VILLAGE, 
POLICE

Officers were requested to check on a 
subject with an active warrant out of 
Lordstown PD. Upon arrival, contact was 
made with the subject and the warrant was 
confirmed. The subject was placed into 
custody and transported to Salem PD for 
processing. The subject was then 
transferred to the custody of Lordstown PD.

Arrested: James T Cheeks Jr. DOB: 1977 
1788 Fairview Ct. Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant / FTA 



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story lncident  20181546
Date:  March 17,2018
Speak TO Officer
1300 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: SUSAN LAPORTE

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Franklin for a reported speak with officer. 
On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
she had felt threatened by a persons while 
in tbe parking lot.

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



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181549
Date: Saturday, March 17,2018
Check Well Being
536 WALNUT ST

Officer responded to a welfare check at 536 
Walnut where the one tenant wasn't seen 
since Thursday, this being Saturday. Officer 
checked apt and no one was home. A 
neighbor let dog outside and fed it. Tenant 
was located at the SRMC and advised he 
would be home later today. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident ##: 20181550
Date: Saturday March 17,2018
Check Well Being
SHADY LN / E FIFTEENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

While on patrol officer's were flagged down 
and advised of a person passed out I 
sleeping in th d re vehicle along the 
roadway. Officers located the vehicle and 
made contact with the operator who stated 
that shd had fallen asleep while waiting on 
a family member. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181524
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST C
GIANT EAGLE PHARMACY

Complainant: BETH MCCARTNEY, 
LISBON, OH

Officer on station took a report of a crash in 
the 2400 block of E State St. Officer was 
advised by the complainant her vehicle was 
struck in the Giant Eagle Pharmacy drive 
through. 

Officer took the vehicle information and the 
alleged person who struck her cars 
information. Officer cleared without incident. 



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident 20181526
Date: Friday, March 16, 2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
JENNINGSAVE / W SECOND ST


Unit 1 Ford 500 
driver/owner: Erica Harr 
back seat passenger juvenile son


Unit 2 Ford Focus 
driver/owner:  Jerry AAustin III
cited: city ord 335.10(d) exp. reg. and 
ACDA 333.03


Unit 1 was stopped for the stop sign and 
traffic at Pennsylvania Ave and W Second 
St. Unit 2 was behind unit 1.

Driver of unit 1 claimed she was stopped 
when unit 2 "slammed" into the back end of 
her car. Reporting officer did see some 
minor visible damage to the left side rear 
bumper of unit 1. Bumper plastic was 
cracked and left rear tail light lens cracked. 
Only a few pieces of debris under bumper 
where collision occurred. Unit 2 claimed unit 
1 pulled up and stopped and repeated. This 
is a four way stop. He was unable to stop 
and struck the rear end of her car, "lightly". I 
did not see any obvious damage to his front 
end. I took photos of each vehicle. After 
photos were taken I had each vehicle pull to 
a private property lot just a short distance 
east to clear the intersection out. There I 
found the plate to be expired on unit 2 and 
he displayed an expired Allstate card but 
claimed his payment was electronically 
taken out of his bank account for the last 
month. 

I advised him to show proof as soon as 
possible and prior to completing the report, 
next day. 

Driver of unit 2 was cited with assured clear 
distance and expired registration under city 
ordinances. A court date was given on 
March 26, 2018, in Municipal Court in 
Lisbon.

Neither driver or passenger of unit 1 
claimed any injury and none were 
observed. 

Ptl.Banar901


3/17/18 Driver/owner of unit 2 brought 
proper proof of insurance to PD, valid 
Allstate insurance. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident 20181523
Date:  March 16,2018
Fraud
1190 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: CHARLES COURTNEY

Complainant on station to report an incident 
of attempted fraud. The complainant 
advised that h 4 received a call from a 
subject alleging to represent the IRS. The 
subject requested money be sent but the 
complainant never provided any pertinent 
information. 



Sgt. K. Toy



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Saturday, March 17, 2018
07:28 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181518
Date: Friday, March 16,2018
Assist Other Agency
PENN AVE / COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: PD, LEETONIA 

Officers were asked to assist another 
department in locating a vehicle driven by a 
juvenile in the area of Penn Ave. and 
Columbia St. Negative contact was made 
with the vehicle matching the description.


Ptl. Connolly 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181519
Date: Friday, March 16,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
E PERSHING 500 BLOCK

Officers were informed of a vehicle parked 
for an extended period of time in the area of 
E. State St. and Ellsworth Ave. Officer 
located the vehicle and the owner and 
informed him that he needed to move his 
vehicle. Officers then cleared.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181520
Date: Friday, March 16,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
396 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer located a parked car in the 300 blk 
of E. State that was illegaly parked against 
the curb. Dispatch had received calls that 
the back end of the car was too far out in 
traffic. Officer belived the rear end to be 2-3' 
from the curb. It has to be within one foot to 
be legal. Car was given a parking ticket for 
same. 



Banar901


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181521
Date: Friday, March 16,2018
Parking Complaint  Violation
516 ESTATE ST

Complainant: CASTO, LT

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
E. State St. for a parking complaint. Officers 
observed a vehicle matching the description 
given. 

Officers found that the vehicle was not 
obstructing traffic.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident#:20181522
Date: Friday, March 16,2018
Accident Private Property
SMITH CENTER APARTMENTS

Unit 1 Ford Escape
driver: Leah Knight
owner: US Medical Management
add owner: DL Peterson Trust


Unit 2 Nissan Sentra
driver: Shirley Cannon
owner: same as driver (leased vehicle)


Both units were parked in the Smith Center 
parking lot at 500 E. Fourth St., in Salem, 
OH. Both units began backing up at or 
about the same time and struck each other 
in the traffic lane. 

Drivers found some damage to the Nissan, 
Unit 2, in the left rear end and side. No 
visible damage was found on the Ford 
Escape, Unit 1, but they felt the left tail pipe 
caused the damage to the Nissan. 

No injuries and neither party was cited, both 
given report number to provide their 
insurance company. Photos taken of each 
vehicle.


Ptl Banar



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Salem Police Story incident #: 20181507
Date: Thirsday, March 15,2018
Assist Other Agency 

Complainant: POST OSP 15

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist OSP on a traffic stop , who had also 
requested a Kg. K9 Argo was deployed on 
the vehicle and indicated to the presence of 
a narcotic odor. Officer stood by while the 
Troopers conducted their investigation.


Ptl LaRosa


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181508
Date: day, March 15,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
287 5 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed a male operating 
a vehicle on E State St that had an active 
arrest warrant out of the Portage County 
Sheriff's Office. 

Officer made contact with the male in the 
Walmart parking lot and he was 
subsequently taken into custody. The male 
was transported to the police department 
for processing and later transferred into the 
custody of a Portage County Deputy Sheriff 
in Deerfield, OH. Officer cleared.


Arrested: Logan D. Wilson DOB 1997
194 112 Fair Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Felonious Assault (F3)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncidbnt #: 20181509
Date: Thirsday, March 15,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
157 W SEVENTH ST

Police responded to the 100 block of W. 7th 
St for an unruly juvenile. The juvenile began 
screaming and being disruptive to the 
household. Due to threats to herself the 
juvenile was transported to Salem hospital 
by EMT for her well being. The guardians 
and case worker responded to the hospital 
as well. Police cleared the scene without 
incident.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181510
Date: Th i rsday, March 15,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1125 E STATE ST

Officers responded to Circle K East located 
at 1125 E. State St. for a report of a dispute. 
Upon arrival, officer spoke with a male 
subject who advised that another male 
subject spit on his truck for unknown 
reasons. A description of the male was 
provided and a suspect is known, however 
the male did not wish to pursue any criminal 
charges. 

While on scene officer also spoke with a 
female who was with her five year old son. 
The female states that one of the males 
involved in the incident almost struck she 
and her child when he pulled into the 
parking lot. Information was gathered and 
all parties were sent on their way. 

Officers cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident#:2018151
Date: Thursday, March 15,2018
Suspicious Sound / Phone Call 
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD

Complainant: KARI STAHL

Complainant reported a suspicious phone 
call made to the business. Officers gathered 
information and conducted extra patrols of 
the business. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181514
Date: Thursday, March 15,2018
Theft
961 W WILSON ST B

Complainant: CHERI BURKE

On 3/15/2018 officers responded to the 900 
block of W Wilson in regards to a theft 
report involving prescription drugs. Upon 
arrival officers spoke with the female 
complainant and victim. 

Officers then conducted an investigation in 
regards to the incident and spoke to the 
victim in regards to what she would like to 
have done.

Once all information was gathered officers 
then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181515
Date: Thursday, March 15,2018
Accident Private Property
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
VENTRA
FACTORY

Complainant: CHARLES HAZELBAKER

1999 JEEP Grand Ch SW GRN 
Driver/Owner CHARLES HAZELBAKER 

2014 JEEP Wrangler SW BLK Driver/Owner 
DUANE LUDT 


Officer was dispatched to a business in the 
800 block of Pennsylvania Avenue for a 
private property accident.

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who advised he was leaving 
work and was driving out of the employee 
parking area towards Pennsylvania Avenue 
in his green Jeep Cherokee. The 
complainant stated that the driver of a black 
Jeep was arriving for work and was driving 
down the middle of the entrance lane and 
ran him off the side of the drive. The 
complainant advised he side swiped a 
yellow cement pole, but no contact was 
made between the two vehicles. 

Passenger side damage was observed and 
photographed on the complainants vehicle.

Officer also spoke with a witness who seen 
the black Jeep driving in the middle of the 
lane and get closer to the complainant. 
Statements were obtained. 

Officer then made contact with a foreman of 
the business who identified the driver of the 
other Jeep. The foreman also advised that 
the gate the complainant exited the parking 
lot through is an entrance only and all 
employees know they are not supposed to 
go out that way. 

Officer later observed a large sign at the 
gate that states entrance only. Officer made 
contact with the other driver of the black 
Jeep Wrangler who advised that he did see 
the vehicle coming out the wrong way and 
the people usually stop for the people 
entering. He then advised that the 
complainants vehicle came towards him as 
he was coming in. The driver stated he did 
not know that the other vehicle had hit 
anything and he had no intentions of any 
type of. There was no damage to his 
vehicle as it was never struck.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181516
Date: Thursday, March 15,2018
Menacing / Threats 
288 E THIRD ST

Complainant: AMANDA DURKIN

Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of E 
Third St in reference to a menacing report. 
Complainant advised that her ex-boyfriend 
has been making threats via text message 
to her that he is going to physically harm 
her new boyfriend. 

While officer was on scene, the suspect 
called the complainant's cell phone. Officer 
spoke with the suspect and advised him to 
cease all contact with the complainant and 
victim. He was advised that if he continues 
contact, charges would be filed.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story incident #: 20181517
Date: Friday, March 16,2018
Assist Other Agency
421 W STATE ST

Complainant: POST, 15 

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
W State St to assist another agency. The 
Ohio State Highway Patrol requested an 
officer attempt to make contact with the 
owner of vehicle that they had stopped in 
the area of Georgetown Rd and Rochester 
Rd. Officers made contact with the owner's 
mother and then with the owner via public 
service who was advised of the incident 
involving his vehicle. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Friday, March 16, 2018
10:25 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181490
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Accident Trapped Person(s)
2800 BLOCK OF E STATE ST A


Unit#l , 2006 CHEV 4s, Driver MICHAEL 
HOOPS Owner DIANE HOOPS 

Unit#2 , 2014 FORD SW BLK, 
Driver/Owner Kenneth Wilson 


The driver of Unit#l was traveling eastbound 
on E. State St. ( SR14) when he ran the red 
light at the intersection of E. State St. and 
Cunningham according to witnesses and 
struck three Ohio Edison Polls causing one 
poll to snap in half. 

Several lines were down including power 
which caused lines to arc and a loss of 
power in the area.

The driver of Unit#l had to be extracted 
from the vehicle by the Salem F.D. and he 
was transported to Salem E.R. by EMT. The 
driver of Unit#l was life flighted and the 
accident is still under investigation. 

After gathering information the driver of 
Unit#2 was found to have damage to his 
vehicle from the lines that had fallen on the 
roof of his vehicle causing minor damage.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story lncidbnt #: 20181492
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
973 W PERSHING

Complainant: CCSO, SHERIFFS

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
W. Pershing Street for a report of a small 
child in the roadway.

Officers responded and made contact with 
the juvenile male and his mother inside their 
residence. The mother advised her son did 
unlock the door and go in the front yard 
while she was tending to another child. She 
advised he was not outside long enough to 
make it to the roadway before she got him 
back in the house. No issues were 
observed at the time.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181493
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Ambulance Needed

Complainant: STEPHEN QUINN

Complainant walked into the lobby advising 
that he may be suffering from low blood 
pressure. The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance also 
responded to the station. The male was 
checked out by medical personnel and 
transported to the SRMC.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181494
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A 
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

Officer was dispatched to WaCMart on E. 
State Street for a report of a shop lifter. 
Officer responded and met with the 
complainant, loss prevention, and a female 
subject inside the store. The complainant 
advised that the female concealed items 
inside her diaper bag and also placed lower 
price tags on higher priced merchandise.

The female scanned the items with the false 
tag and paid a lower price for them. The 
female then passed all points of sale with 
out rendering payment for the items 
concealed in her bag or proper payment for 
the items she switched the tags on. The 
female subject admitted to concealing the 
items and changing the tags. The subjects 
aunt responded to the store to obtain 
merchandise that she did pay for and her 
two small children that she had with her. 
The total amount of merchandise stolen is 
$165.43. The female was then placed in 
custody for theft.

The subject was transported back to the 
police department for processing and then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.

The female subject was also given a notice 
of restriction from WalMart property by the 
complainant. The subject is not allowed to 
go back on WalMart property.


Arrested: Dallas K. Helman 1210 Southeast 
Blvd. Apt. #3 Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 
1993)
Theft M1


Ptl. C. Crider 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181496
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018

Complainant: JOEL GATRELL

Officer responded to the Municipal parking 
lot on the northeast corner of Penn Ave. 
and E. Pershing St. for a motor vehicle lock 
out. Upon arrival, a waiver of damages form 
was signed by the complainant. Officer then 
gained entry into the vehicle without 
incident and cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181497
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
SuspiciousA ctivity
1300 FRANKLIN AVE
CHURCH

Complainant: WANDA BOWLIN

Police responded to the Damascus Friends 
Church in the 1300 block of Franklin Ave. 
The complainant advised of a light turning 
on and off. 

When Police arrived an outside light was 
observed to be malfunctioning. Police 
cleared without incident.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story  lncident #: 20181498
Date: Wednlsday, March 14,2018
Assist Perry Police
ST RT 45 / RT 9

Complainant: PD, Perry Twp 

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

K9 Argo was deployed around the vehicle 
and indicated to the presence of a narcotic 
odor. Officer stood by while Perry Township 
PD conducted their investigation.


Ptl LaRosa



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Salem Police Story Incident 20181499
Date: Wednlsday, March 14,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: JOE ENDICOlT

Officer met with a male complainant on 
station who advised he wished to file a 
police report concerning a suspicious phone 
call. The complainant advised that he 
received a text message from a male 
subject asking the complainant to call him. 
The complainant called the subject and 
found that he did not know the subject. 

The subject called the complainant by name 
and knew he lived in the city. The 
complainant advised the subject was asking 
the complainant if he had his cell phone to 
which he stated he does not. The 
complainant stated he wanted to document 
the incident should an issue arise.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 120181501
Date: Thursday, March 15,2018
Ambulance Needed
305 W WILSON ST

Officers responded to 305 W. Wilson St. 
along with the Salem Fire Dept. First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance for a 
male subject who called advising of a 
possible medical issue. Upon arrival, 
officers stood by while EMS personnel 
evaluated the male. He was ultimately 
transported by KLG Ambulance to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181502
Date: Thursday, March 15,2018
At Location I On Foot
N CUN NINGHAM RD / E STATE

Complainant: GREEN, PTL

Officers provided traffic control at the above 
noted intersection while the city electrician 
repaired the traffic lights.


Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181503
Date: Thursday, March 15,2018
Drive Off
 968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: DAWN 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a gas drive off. The vehicle was already 
gone from the area prior to Officers arrival.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181504
Date: Thursday, March 15,2018
Accident With Injury
773 E SIXTH ST 

Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 2016 Jeep SW Latitude White in 
color
Owner/Passenger Leticia Kelley 973 E. 6th 
St Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Norman Kelley 973 E. 6th St 
Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: 2001 Dodge TK Ram 1500 White in 
color
Owner/Operator: Mark Bezeredi 1080 N. 
Lincoln Ave Apt #206 Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was east bound in the 700blk of E. 
6th St. Unit #2 was west bound in the 
700blk of E. 6th St and went left of center 
striking Unit #1 head on with it's front. 
Owner/Passenger in Unit #1 was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG ambulance.

Unit #2 was towed by Davidsons.

On station the owner/operator of Unit #2 
needed medical attention and was 
transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG ambulance.

Owner/Operator of Unit #2 was cited for 
O.V.1. 451 1 .191 (A1A) and Left of Center 
4511.25 and given a court date of Monday, 
03-19-18 at 8:30 A.M. for the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.


Ptl. Wirkner



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Thursday, March 15, 2018
09:29 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181490
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Accident Trapped Person(s)
2800 BLOCK OF E STATE ST A

Complainant: CLARK, STEVEN S 405 S 
UNION ST 4 ALLIANCE, OH 44601

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit#l was traveling eastbound 
on E. State St. ( SR14) when he ran the red 
light at the intersectionof E. State St. and 
Cunningham according to witnesses and 
struck three Ohio Edison Polls causing one 
poll to snap in half. Several lines were down 
including power which caused lines to arc 
and a lost of power in the area.

The driver of Unit#l had to be extracted 
from the vehicle by the Salem F.D. and he 
was transported to Salem E.R. by EMT. The 
driver of Unit#l was life flighted and the 
accident is still under investigation.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181466
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Child I Juvenile Problem
491 REILLY AVE A
SCHOOL (NOT COLLEGE)

Complainant: LORETTA PUCKETT

Officer spoke with a complainant regarding 
marks on a juvenile that were found after 
school. Information was gathered.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181467
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer spoke with a complainant over the 
phone regarding a possible crime that 
occurred within the city. The complainant 
could not provide many details and no 
victim was named. The complainant was 
advised to call back if further information 
was available.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181468
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)

Complainant: DAVID SHREVE

Officer responded to the 700 block of 
NewGarden Ave for a ongoing dispute with 
roommates. The complainant advised the 
female subject was being evicted in a few 
weeks and was causing problems. The 
female subject advised that the male 
subject was having mental problems and 
she was currently packing in order to leave 
before the eviction time was up. 

They were both advised to attempt to keep 
peace between one another for a few more 
weeks until the female moved out.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181469
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Sex Offense

Complainant: NANCY PIPER

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer of a possible 
sex offense that occurred inside the city. 
The matter is under investigation.


Ptl.  Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181471
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Civil Personal Prop Dispute
339 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: KAYLA GRUBB

Officers responded to the 300 block of 
NewGarden Ave for a civil personal 
property dispute. The complainant stated 
that she needed to get property from the 
residence and the subject was refusing to 
allow her entry. The subject stated that she 
attempted to hand over the property but the 
complainant started causing problems then 
called the police department. The subject 
willingly handed over the property and the 
complainant was advised not to return to 
the residence due to the amount of 
problems it continues to cause.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181472
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018 
Follow Up Or Investigation
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON STREET 

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL D

Arrested, KNIGHTEN, SHAYLA MONIQUE 
1449 E STATE ST SALEM, OH 44460

While on patrol, officer located a female that 
was wanted in regards of a domestic that 
occurred yesterday. The female was taken 
into custody and transported to CCJ by this 
officer. See report 20181456


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181473
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
SHARP AVE / W PERSHING ST

Complainant: GARBER, PTL

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for an 
equipment violation and moving violation in 
the 200 block of Sharp Ave. During the stop 
K9 Simon was deployed and indicated to 
the presence of narcotic odor. 

Contraband was recovered from the vehicle 
and the driver and passenger were cited. 
Officers cleared without incident.

Ptl. M. Garber 

Cited: Samantha L. Morgan D0B:l993 of 
711 E 5th St. Salem Ohio
Charge: MM Poss. of Marijuana CCMC 
date 3-20-18

Cited: Zachary S. Daniels DOB:1993 of 
LKA: 1717 E State St. Salem Ohio
Charge: MM Poss. of Marijuana CCMC 
date 3-20-18



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181474
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Ambulance Needed
606 OLIVE ST 

Complainant: CARE CENTER, ALARM

Officers responded to the above location for 
an ambulance needed report. First 
responders were on scene and advised the 
subject may become combative. 

Upon arrival, the subject was transported by 
ambulance to Salem ER without incident.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181475
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Menacing / Threats

Complainant: MARY WILLIAMS

Complainant on station to file a threats 
report. Complainant advised she is 
receiving unwanted threatening text 
messages from an unknown number.

Officer advised the complainant to block the 
number and don't respond to any texts. 
Officers also advised that he would attempt 
contact with the number in question.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181478
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Traffic Offense 
788 E STATE ST 

Complainant: GARBER, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for an 
equipment violation in the 700 block of E 
State St. K9 Simon wasdeployed and did 
indicate to the presence of narcotic odor. 

The driver was given a warning for the 
traffic violation and officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police De~artment lncident #: 
20181479
Date Tuesday, March 13,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / S UNION AVE

Complainant: PERRY, PTL

Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 1300 
block of E State St. The driver of the vehicle 
was administered field sobriety but was 
found to be ok to drive. The driver gave 
officers verbal consent to search his 
vehicle. A knife was located inside the glove 
box but no paraphernalia was located. The 
driver was issued a verbal warning for the 
concealed knife and for the turn signal 
violations.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 201 81480
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Structure Fire
542 E SCHOOL ST 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a structure fire. Officers stood by 
while FD extinguished the fire.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 201 81481
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
BARCLAY AVE / MAPLE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to Maple St and Barclay 
Ave in regards to a water line break. Officer 
arrived on scene and had dispatch contact 
the water department, officer stood by until 
the water department arrived. Officer then 
cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181482
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPITAL

Complainant: STEVE, ER 

Officer responded to the 1900 block of E 
State St in regards to a report of drug 
paraphernalia. Dispatch advised that the 
complainant had recovered suspected 
narcotics that was left in one of the rooms 
at the hospital. 

Officer arrived on scene and took 
possession of the suspected narcotics to be 
properly disposed of. Officer cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181484
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Assist Other Agency 

Complainant: COLUMBIANA POLICE, 
DEPT 28 S VINE AVE COLUMBIANA, OH 
44408

Officer responded to assist Columbiana PD 
, who had requested a Kg. K9 Argo was 
deployed on the vehicle and did indicated to 
the presence of a narcotic odor. Officer 
cleared and Columbiana PD continued with 
there investigation.



Ptl LaRosa



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181485
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Recovered Property

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Male subject came on station and handed 
this officer a disabled parking identification 
permit that expires in January 2021. 
#5B40257

Officer placed it up front with dispatch in the 
drawer in case the owner came to claim it.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181487
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Ambulance Needed
975 W PERSHING ST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a 911 hang up call. Officers made contact 
with a female subject who was complaining 
about having a seizure. First responders 
and EMT arrived on scene and spoke with 
the female subject who refused medical 
attention and stated she was fine.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181488
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Accidental Damage 
2235 E PERSHING ST A

Complainant: KELLIE ROGERS

Report of accidental damage at the above 
location. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised that while at Giant Eagle earlier 
someone had hit the left rear door of her 
vehicle. She advised a note was left with a 
phone number on it and that she had called. 
it. She advised that she will contact the 
number and go from there.


Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181489
Date: Wednesday, March 14,2018
Suspicious Substance
292 2 STATE ST B

Police responded to the 200 block of W. 
State St for possible drug contraband. 
Police recovered a small bag with possible 
white powder. The item was recovered and 
then properly disposed of.


Ptl Osberg



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Wednesday, March 14, 2018
08:36 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181432
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A 

Private property hit skip accident no OH-1

Officer(s) responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle hit 
skip accident. Unit # 1 had been legally 
parked and unoccupied when it was struck 
by unit # 2. Unit # 2 then left the area. 

Unit # 1 sustained damage to the left front 
bumper area. Unit # 2 sustained damage to 
its right side. With the assistance of the 
business officer's were able to identify the 
driver of the other vehicle involved. Officers 
had Goshen Twp Police make contact with 
the driver of the other vehicle.


Unit # 1 / owner / Patrick Gardner
vehicle / 2015 Dodge



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181435
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
589 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: MELANIE STURGELL

Officer took a complaint on unwanted text 
messages from a party known to the 
complainant. Complainant was advised to 
block the other party from contacting her 
and information would be sent to the 
prosecutor to review for possible charges 
against the other party. Copies of text 
messages were given to officer and a 
written statement was provided. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181438
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SOUTHEAST BLVD / FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Unit 1 Ford F250 
driver: Kenneth Morehead, LISBON OH

Unit 2 Chevy Blazer
driver: Tracy McCoy, EAST LIVERPOOL 
OH


UNIT 1 WAS TRAVELING NORTHWEST 
ON SR 344. UNIT 2 HAD BEEN 
TRAVELING SOUTHEAST AND STOPPED 
AT STOP SIGN AT SR 344. UNlT 2 
DRIVER STATED SHE DID NOT SEE UNlT 
1 AND CONTINUED ACROSS THE 
INTERSECTION.

UNIT 1 HAD RIGHT OF WAY WHEN UNIT 
2 PULLED OUT IN FRONT OF HIM 
RESULTING IN UNITS COLLIDING 
WITHIN THE INTERSECTION. 

UNlT 2 driver: Tracy McCoy CITED WITH 
FAILURE TO YIELD.



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181444
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
600 BLOCK OF E EUCLID

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Euclid St. for a parking complaint. Officer 
did locate the vehicle/violation as the owner 
was loading the vehicle. The owner was 
advise of the violation and officer cleared as 
they were fixing the problem.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181445
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
KEY- Open Door
910 ARCH ST

Officers checked a residence in the 900 
block of Arch St. as an open door was 
located on the residence. 

Officers and K9 Simon cleared the 
residence without incident not locating 
anyone inside. Officers cleared without 
incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181447
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Speak To Officer
544 E PERSHING ST A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer spoke with a protester in the 500 
block of E Pershing St. after he was seen 
and reported on private property bothering 
patrons of a business. Officer advised the 
subject to stay on the sidewalk, off private 
property and off the roadway and he would 
be within his rights. Officers cleared without 
incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181448
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
339 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: KAYLA GRUBB

Officer responded to the above location for 
a dispute. Upon arrival, it was found that the 
issue was over property.

Complainant advised she was moving out 
and her mother would not let her get her 
property. Complainant was advised that the 
issue was a civil matter. Officer stood by 
while the complainant collected her items.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181450
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Accident Private Property

Officer responded to the 1400 block of 
Cleveland St for a private property vehicle 
accident. The incident occurred in a shared 
driveway with two vehicles. Unit #1 was 
parked in the driveway. Unit #2 was backing 
out of the driveway and turned the vehicle 
too far and the rear end of Unit #2 struck 
the front driver side door of Unit #1.

Pictures were taken of the damage to both 
units.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181451
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Assault
1995 E STATE ST A 
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: SALEM ER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an assault. Victim, who is on the 
nursing staff at the above location advised 
that while attempting to restrain a patient 
who was pink slipped, from leaving the 
building, she kicked the victim in the thigh. 
Due to the high volume of patients in the 
ER, written statement forms along with a 
medical release form was left with the 
victim. Officer is also waiting on security 
footage of the incident, Investigation 
pending.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181453
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Speak To Officer
336 PENN AVE 10

Officer responded to the 300 block of Penn 
Ave to speak with a male regarding a letter 
that he received. The male feared that the 
letter was threatening in nature. Officer did 
explain the letter to the male and assured 
him that the sender was not threatening 
him.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181454
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Traffic Offense 
N HOWARD AVE / W SECOND STREET

Complainant: BEESON, PTL

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for an equipment violation. 
During the stop the driver did consent to a 
search of the vehicle. Nothing was located 
inside and the driver was given a warning 
for the offense.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181456
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Domestic In Progress
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for a domestic in progress. When 
officers arrived on scene the complainant 
advised that a female subject she was 
fostering had attempted to harm herself. 

Scissors were taken off the suicidal female 
and she then went to grab for a knife. The 
complainant and a juvenile living inside the 
residence attempted to stop her. The 
female subject then pushed both victims 
causing injuries to both of them.

First responders and several ambulances 
were called to the scene. The complainant 
and the juvenile were transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center for their injuries. 
The female subject was also transported to 
Salem Regional Medical Center due to the 
suicidal attempts. 

Charges are currently pending on the 
female suspect for domestic violence.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181457
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Suspicious Person
CENTENNIAL PARK

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Officer received an anonymous letter that 
was sent to a neighboring police agency. 
The letter alleged of a possible suspicious 
male that attempted sexual contact with a 
minor within the last several years. The 
letter was not addressed and no further 
information could be gathered at this time.


Ptl D Beeson


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181458
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
633 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL

While on patrol, officer located a male 
subject walking in the area of the above 
location with a known active warrant out of 
this county. Officer made contact with the 
subject and the warrant was confirmed. The 
subject was taken into custody and a 
search incident to arrest was performed. 

This officer did locate contraband in the 
subjects jacket pocket. The subject was 
transported to this station for the booking 
process and later released to CCSO. 
Additional charges pending lab results.


Arrested: William P Aldrich
D.O.B.1985
1335 Cleveland St Apt. 4
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181459
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
318 E SEVENTH ST

Officers responded to the 300 block of East 
7th St for a report of lines down in the 
roadway. On arrival officers located the 
lines in question and stood by until the FD 
arrived on scene and removed them. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181461
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Check Well Being
1052 W STATE ST

Officers checked on a woman and two dogs 
walking with suitcases on W. State St. It 
was learned she left a residence in Perry 
Twp where she did not feel comfortable 
staying. Female was transported to a local 
Inn for one nights stay. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181462
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Loud Persons 
N BROADWAY AVE / E SECOND St

Complainant: BANAR, PTL 

While on patrol, officer heard a male yelling 
loudly at a female and both were walking 
down N. Broadway near the Broadway 
Plaza. The couple was stopped and the 
male was unhappy that the female stopped 
to talk on her phone when it was so cold 
outside and they had the eight month old 
baby out in the weather. 

Female claimed she couldn't hear the other 
party when walking because she had to turn 
away from the wind. Male was warned to 
cease his yelling and sent on their way. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181463
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018
Suspicious Person
976 JEFFERSON AVE

Officers responded to the 900 block of 
Jefferson for a report of suspicious persons. 
On arrival officers located the persons in 
question and spoke with them. The persons 
were found to be working for a remodeling 
company.

Officers advised the persons of the 
complaint and further advised them that 
they would need a solicitors permit if they 
wished to continue going door to door. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181464
Date: Tuesday, March 13,2018


Housing Planning and Zoning placed a 10 
day notice on a Chevy S10 in the driveway 
on or about February 13, 2018. Notice was 
to remedy violations within 10 days. 

On today's date, March 13, 2018, Housing 
Planning and Zoning officer and this officer 
stood by while Kaiser Towing removed said 
vehicle. A female at the residence came 
outside and tried to get an additional 10 
days break but was told that there had 
already been 28 days given and no further 
breaks would be allowed. Vehicle owner 
can pay towing company for the bill and 
storeage fees at any time the business is 
open. No MM cite was issued to the vehicle 
owner. 

the temp tag expired in the year 2009.

yellow carbon copy paper attached to 
original PD copies of report.



Ptl Banar



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Tuesday, March 13, 2018
08:51 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181441
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
638 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM

Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Franklin ave for a report of an unruly 
juvenile. The complainant advised that his 
son was acting out and not following rules. 
The complainant was advised of his options 
for dealing with the situation.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181442
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Assist Perry Police 

Complainant: PERRY, TWP PD 

(2) Two Salem Officers were requested to 
assist Perry Twp PD with traffic control on 
the bypass as they had a life flight 
helicopter landing. Officers blocked off 
traffic at SR 9 and Georgetown RD until the 
life flight cleared the area. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181443
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1821 E STA TE ST 

Complainant: VINCENT WISENBARGER

Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
State St for a report of a motor vehicle 
accident on private property.

Officer arrived and found that Unit#2 had 
backed out of a parking spot and struck 
Unit#l. The damage was very minor and 
report numbers were issued.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181431
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Stolen Vehicle
292 W STATE ST B
AUTO SHOP

Complainant: DANIEL CHAFFEE

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
W. State St. to take a report of a motor 
vehicle theft. When officers arrived they met 
with the complainant who stated that they 
noticed that the vehicle had been missing 
for a few days. 

Officers gathered the information on the 
vehicle and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181429
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Recovered Property
1892 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: MARTHA STEPHEN

Officers met with a complainant on station 
who had found a cell phone in McDonald, 
The complainant stated that she had found 
the cell phone on a seat and was unable to 
locate the owner in the store so she brought 
it to Salem PD for safe keeping. Officers 
placed the cell phone in the recovered 
property bin.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181433
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
200 BLOCK OF WASHINGTON 

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL

Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Washington Ave. for a report of a vehicle 
complaint. When officers arrived in the area 
they made contact with the illegally parked 
vehicle. A registration check of the vehicle 
returned with a Columbiana address. 

Officers requested that Columbiana PD 
attempt to make contact with the registered 
owner and inform him that he has 48 hours 
to move his vehicle or it will be towed. 

Officers issued a a parking warning for a 48 
tow notice of an abandoned vehicle.




Ptl. COnnolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181423
Date: Sunday, March 11,2018
Intoxicated Driver
FRANKLIN AVE / WHlNNERY

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a possible intoxicated driver. 
The caller advised that a White truck was 
swerving in the area but did not provide any 
other info. 

Officer observed a white truck in the area 
and monitored its driving. Officer did not 
observe any signs of impairment or traffic 
violations.


Ptl.S.LaRosa



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181424
Date: Sunday, March 11,2018
Traffic Offense
N LINCOLN AVE / SUPERIOR 

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 
area of N Lincoln Ave and Superior Ave 
under reasonable suspicion that the driver 
was operating the vehicle on a suspended 
driver's license. 

After a brief investigation, it was confirmed 
that the driver did have a suspended 
driver's license and K9 Argo was deployed 
for an open-air sniff of the vehicle. K9 Argo 
indicated to the presence of a narcotic odor 
and the driver, passenger, and vehicle were 
all subsequently searched. Drug 
paraphernalia was located in a bag behind 
the driver's seat. 

The driver was ultimately cited for Driving 
Under Suspension-Pretrial (ORC 4510.1 
1A) and Possession of Marijuana Drug 
Paraphernalia (Salem ORD 513.121). 

Sinsley Towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle from the roadway. 
Officers cleared.


Cited: John P. Peuterbaugh DOB 1974
29090 Maple St
Kensington, OH 44427
Charges: Possession of Marijuana Drug 
Paraphernalia (Salem ORD 51 3.1 21) 
Driving Under Suspension-Pretrial (ORC 
4510.11A)



Ptl. Cochran 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181425
Date: Sunday, March 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
COURT DR I
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: SLIDER, SGT

While on patrol officer observed a vehicle 
inside Centennial Park after closing. Officer 
subsequently stopped the vehicle and 
identified the driver. He was not aware that 
the park had closed at 2200 hours and 
advised he was playing Pokemon. The 
individual departed without incident. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181427
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
824 E STATE ST

Complainant: SIERRA WEINGART,  
CANFIELD, OH 44406

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a suspicious vehicle. 
Complainant advised that she was locking 
up for the evening and that there was a 
vehicle in the parking lot. 

Officers arrived on scene and the vehicle in 
question had left prior to our arrival. Officers 
stood by while the complainant got into her 
vehicle and went on her way.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181428
Date: Monday, March 12,2018
Ambulance Needed
31 0 E EUCLID ST A

Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN 

Officer responded to a medical problem 
along with Salem First Responders and 
EMT Ambulance. The call was initially 
dispatched as the 1700 block of S Lincoln 
Ave but was subsequently corrected to the 
300 block of Euclid St where contact was 
made with the caller. EMT Ambulance 
subsequently transported the individual to 
Salem ER. 



Sgt B Slider



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Monday, March 12, 2018
07:57 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181420
Date: Sunday, March 11,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2300 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 


Unit #2, LlNDA STOCKER, CHARDON OH

Unit #3, SHAWN BUTCHER, EAST 
LIVERPOOL OH

Police responded to the 2300 block of E. 
State St for a three vehicle accident. Unit #1 
was traveling eastbound when it struck Unit 
#2 from behind causing them to strike Unit 
#3 from behind. 

Unit #1 had front end damage and Unit #2 
had rear damage. Unit #3 did not appear to 
have any damage. 

First Responders arrived due to Unit #3 
having an infant in the vehicle. No injuries 
were reported and all vehicles were able to 
drive from the scene. 

The driver of Unit #1, Juvenile, Salem, OH, 
was cited for Assured Clear Distance.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181410
Date: Saturday, March 10,2018
Dog At Large
W WILSON ST I DODGE DR

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL 

Police observed a small white and tan dog 
in the roadway in the 800 block of W. 
Wilson St. The dog appeared to have a 
rope attached to its collar. Police attempted 
to get ahold of the dog and look for the 
owner. Police were unable to get ahold of 
the dog.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181412
Date: Saturday, March 10,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
378 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: HOLLY FEGERT

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fourth St in reference to a domestic 
dispute. Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
the complainant who advised that her 
husband, who was highly intoxicated, was 
arguing with her and telling her to hit him 
with a baseball bat. However, no violence 
was reported. 

Officers previously responded to this 
address an hour prior and advised the two 
to separate for the night. Both parties were 
again advised to separate for the evening 
and not to communicate if communication 
could not be kept civil. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181411
Date: Saturday, March 10,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
378 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: HOLLY FEGERT, 

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fourth St in reference to a domestic 
dispute. Complainant advised that her 
husband was highly intoxicated and they 
had gotten into a verbal argument, but no 
violence. Complainant advised that an 
argument had taken place because of the 
subject's habitual alcohol consumption. 

Officers spoke with the subject who advised 
that he and the complainant do not get 
along and he wanted her to move out.

Officers provided him with his options for 
getting the complainant out of the 
residence. They were advised to stay away 
from each other for the night so that no 
additional issues would arise.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181414
Date: Saturday, March 10,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1400 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: MILLER, PTL

On 3/10/2018 officers observe a vehicle 
parked in Centennial Park near Maple 
Street after hours. Officers then spoke with 
the owner of the vehicle who stated that she 
had pulled into the park to deal with 
something real quick. Officers then advised 
the female subject of park hours. 

Once the subject was on her out of the park 
officers then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181416
Date: Sunday, March 11,201 8
Check Well Being
1995 E STATE ST 
HOSPITAL

Complainant: ADRIANNE BINKLEY,  
SEBRING, OH 44672 

Officers were dispatched to a business in 
the 1900 block of E. State Street to speak 
with a female complainant in reference to a 
well being check and possible theft. 

Officers were also dispatched to a business 
in the 500 block of S. Broadway Avenue 
where an involved male party was located. 

Contact was made with the complainant 
who advised that the male subject involved, 
father of her children who she has resided 
with for the past ten years, took her vehicle 
and possibly took money from their home in 
Sebring, Ohio. The complainant also 
advised that she was advised by a friend 
that the male subject was involved in an 
altercation at a bar. She then stated that he 
was supposed to be watching their children, 
but dropped them off at a residence on E. 
Sixth Street in Salem and went to a bar. 
The complainant stated that she did not 
want her children at the residence due to 
possible illegal activity that happens there. 

Officers on S. Broadway Avenue made 
contact with the male subject who was 
intoxicated and advised where the children 
were. The male subjects parents had also 
responded to S. Broadway Ave. and took 
the complainants car back to her at her 
place of business and they also responded 
to E. Sixth Street and took the children per 
the complainant. 

The complainant was advised her issues 
over property were civil and she was 
advised her children were found to be fine 
and went with their grandparents.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181417
Date: Sunday, March 11,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: LISBON, PD

Officer assisted Lisbon PD on our station, 
who had brought in a subject for OVI. 
Officer gave the subject an opportunity to 
voluntarily submit to the BAC Datamaster 
test, which he refused to do. 

The Lisbon Officer then transported the 
subject back to their station to finish up the 
charges/paperwork.



Ptl. LaRosa




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Sunday, March 11, 2018
09:24 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181406
Date: Saturday, March 10,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S ELLSWORTH AVE / SNYDER

No OK1 Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1: 2014 Chevrolet SW Equinox Blue 
in color
Owner: Frances Baird, Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Operator: Richard Best , Louisville, Ohio 
44641


Unit #2: 2004 Honda 4s Civic Blue in color
Owner: Allen Cottrill , Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Operator: Sierra Cottrill , Lisbon, Ohio 
44432


Unit #1 was north bound on S. Ellsworth 
and was stopping slowing in traffic before 
the railroad tracks. Unit #2 was also 
heading north bound on S. Ellsworth behind 
Unit #1. Unit #1 stopped in traffic and Unit 
#2 failed to do so striking Unit #1 in the rear 
with it's front. No injuries reported at time of 
crash. No Units towed.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181407
Date: Saturday, March 10,2018
Menacing / Threats
944 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: Madelyn KREITZBURG

Officer met with the complainant, her 
mother, and a friend/witness on station.

The complainant advised she feels that 
some one is threatening her and may want 
to harm her.

She got up this morning and found the right 
rear tire to her vehicle (owned by her father) 
to have been punctured and was flat.

She put air in it and made it to her parents 
residence.

Officer advised that when possible EXTRA 
PATROL would be in the area.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181408
Date: Saturday, March 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
207 JENNINGS AVE 

Complainant: FRENCH, PTL 

Officer responded with Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office to the above location in 
search of a male subject who had an active 
warrant for his arrest.

C.C.S.O. knocked on the front door but no 
one would answer the door.

There were people inside along with two 
vehicles in the drive.

C.C.S.O. advised the would be back later 
for another attempt.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181399 
Date: Friday, March 9,2018
Speak To Officer
1386 S LINCOLN AVE 2

Complainant: ROSEMARY SOX

Officer was dispatched to the above 
address for a speak with officer report. 
Complainant wanted to report that a 
message was left on her answering 
machine that sounded like gun fire. No 
voice message was left. 

Officer listened to the message and it 
cannot be determined if the noise was gun 
fire, however there was no caller I.D. for 
officer to obtain a phone number. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181400
Date: Friday, March 9,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
394 W WILSON ST 

Complainant: ROBERT HOLENCHICK

Officers responded to a parking lot in the 
300 block of W Wilson St in reference to a 
dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that the subject 
was screaming profanities at his wife over a 
parking issue. Officers spoke with the 
subject who advised that he parks his 
tractor/trailer in the parking lot every day 
and complainant's grandson always parks 
his vehicle too close to the entrance, 
preventing the subject from parking his 
truck. Subject advised that he pays the 
owner monthly to park in the parking lot. 

Officers advised the subject to contact the 
owner of the parking lot in order to work out 
the issue. The subject was able to get his 
truck parked and officers cleared shortly 
after.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181401
Date: Friday, March 9,2018
Underage Consumption
944 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officers were dispatched to an apartment in 
the 900 block of E Fourth St in reference to 
under age consumption.

Officers responded and attempted to make 
contact with the subjects inside. 

Upon arrival, officers could hear loud music 
and voices coming from the apartment, but 
the subjects refused to open the door. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran 



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Salem Police Story Incident #; :2018140
Date: Saturday, March 10,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E THIRD 

Complainant: COCHRAN, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed several juveniles 
on the sidewalk at the above location after 
curfew hours. Officer made contact with the 
juveniles and it was determined that they 
were with a couple of adults with parental 
approval. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181403
Date: Saturday, March 10,2018
MV Lockout
123 N BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: Brandice Bettura,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408 

On 3/10/2018 officers responded to the 100 
block of N Broadway Ave in regards to a 
motor vehicle lock out.

Upon arrival officers met with the 
complainant and then gained access to her 
vehicle by unlocking it. Once the vehicle 
was unlocked and the complaint had 
access to it officers then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Saturday, March 10, 2018
09:27 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181393
Date: Friday, March 9,2018
Speak To Officer
777 N ELLSWORTH AVE
GROCERY

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with a juvenile female.

The juvenile advised that she was at 
WalMart shopping and an older male 
subject wearing a plaid colored (grey / 
brown) distinctive hat went past her in an 
isle and grunted at her. He was looking 
back at her from behind in a sexual type 
way.

She went to another area of the store and 
again there he was.

He seemed to be in every part of the store 
that she was from one side to the other.

She left the store and got into her vehicle 
locking the doors looking to see if she saw 
him get into a vehicle which she did not.

She left and went to Giant Eagle where 
again there he was in an isle way staring at 
her.

She went to the cashier after purchasing 
her items and told her and she walked her 
out to her car.

No other information on the male subject at 
time of report.

Ptl. French

NOTE: At approximately 1425hrs this date 
officer was contacted by the mother of the 
daughter/victim who advised she felt that 
WalMarts camera's may have picked it up 
with her daughter being followed around the 
make up area? The older male subject was 
wearing glasses.

Officer advised that contact would be made 
with the Asset Protection and see if they 
find some thing.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181377
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Recovered Property
650 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Complainant dropped off a debit card that 
she had found lying on the ground near the 
ATM at the above location.

Reporting officer will attempt contact with 
the owner of the card.


Lt. David L. Casto



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181379
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2487 E STATE ST A
SHOPPING MALL

Complainant: Marc's Store, 2487 E State St 
SALEM, OH

Officers responded to the 2400 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the stores loss 
prevention officer. Loss prevention stated 
they had a adult female detained for shop 
lifting. 

Officers placed Cllarisssie E Zellers in 
custody for theft without incident. Zellers 
was transported to the station were she was 
processed and then taken to the county jail. 
Officers cleared.

Arrested / Clarissie E Zellers / D.O.B. 1981
Charge / Theft


Ptl D Banar 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181381
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Identity Theft

Complainant: LORRIE ARMENI

Officer responded to the 2000 block of 
Merle Rd for a reported identity theft. Officer 
took the information from the complainant 
and advised them to notify their financial 
institutions. 

Officer cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181384
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
981 N ELLSWORTH AVE 

Complainant: ALISON SUGGElT

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that on the 23rd 
of Feb while she was at Kendricks Corner 
her vehicle got backed into and that she 
waited to report the incident because her 
and the other party had an agreement to 
take care of the issue. 

Officer advised the complainant that the 
issue is civil due to her and the other party 
coming to an agreement, however officer 
will attempt contact with the other half 
involved.



Ptl. Brooks


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Salem Police Story lncidentl20181385
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Open Door
423 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: CHARLES RISHEL

Officers responded to the 400 block of W 
Pershing St for an open door to a business. 
The interior of the business was checked 
and was cleared by officers. The door was 
then secured and the owner of the business 
was notified by the complainant.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181386
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
B&E / Burglary 
836 E THIRD ST

Officers responded to the 800 block of E. 
Third St. for a report off a B&E in progress. 
The male was located and detained. The 
male was not able to be identified and was 
taken into custody as John Doe. 

The male was then transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center for treatment from 
self inflicted wounds. Once the male is 
released he will be transported to the 
county jail.

Arrested: John Doe
Offense: Burglary ORC 2911.12A3, 
Obstructing Official Business ORC 2921.31, 
Disorderly Conduct ORC 2917.1182, 
Resisting Arrest ORC 2921.33


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181387 
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Accidental Damage
1107 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 0

Officer responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland St for an accidental damage 
report. The complainant advised the 
neighbor across the street drove a &haul 
onto his curb lawn causing a rut in it. Officer 
took pictures of the damage done to the 
curb lawn and attempted to make contact 
with the neighbor. 

The neighbors did not appear to be home. 
This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181389
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Ambulance Needed
590 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: JACKIE DOSKOCIL

Officers responded to the 500 block of N 
Ellsworth Ave in regards to a medical. The 
complainant advised that her son had 
possibly cut himself and that he needed 
medical assistance. 

Officers arrived on scene but were 
unsuccessful in making contact with the 
male subject. Officers then checked the 
area and several different residences for 
the subject but were still unable to make 
contact. The male subjects ex girlfriend 
later called dispatch advising that the male 
subject returned to his residence, Officers 
then responded back to the residence and 
made contact with him. The male did advise 
officers that he did attempt to cause harm to 
himself. 

Salem Fire and KLG responded to the 
scene where the male subject was then 
voluntarily transported to the Salem 
Hospital by KLG.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181390
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
909 E FIFTH ST 

Complainant: DOMINIC PAGANI

Officer responded to the 900 block of E. 
Fifth St. to take a report of criminal 
damaging. The complainant advised the 
officer that he returned home and noticed 
someone drove off the road and ran his 
trash cans and a pole over.

Officer took photos of the damage.


Ptl  Brooks



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Friday, March 09, 2018
09:52 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181382 
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Civil Matter
816 W WILSON ST

Complainant: FRANKLIN SHULTZ

Officer(s) spoke with the complainant over 
the phone concerning a civil matter 
involving child custody. Officers advised the 
complainant of the options for dealing with 
the situation. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181383
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
SUNSET 700 BLOCK 
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the area of the 
nature trail for a report of a vehicle driving 
on it. On arrival officer's checked the area 
and were unable to locate any vehicles that 
matched the description given. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police De~artment Incident #: 
20181367
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
231 S BROADWAY AVE B

Complainant: BANAR, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed a disabled 
vehicle at E. Pershing and S. Broadway. 
The driverlowner advised it stalled and 
would not start. We were able to push it off 
to the side until he could have friends 
respond to help further.


Banar



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181364
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
238 ROSE AVE 

Officers were called to a disturbance 
involving juveniles throwing rocks at a 
house and a car. Upon arrival officer 
located the father and spoke with some of 
the juveniles. One arrest was made with a 
juvenile who was disorderly and threatening 
an adult. 

Matter under investigation. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181356
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
791 PIDGEON RD B


Complainant: JUSTIN COSMA

Offices spoke to a complainant on station 
and explained that because he lives in 
Perry Township he needed to file a report 
with them.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181358
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Speak To Officer
366 PENN AVE

Complainant: JOHN BRIDGE

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
Penn Ave. for a follow up report regarding a 
theft. The complainant provided photos of 
items that he believed were stolen. Officers 
forwarded the information to the investing 
officer.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181360
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Traffic Offense
518 CHERRY ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
Cherry St for a report of a lost / stuck semi 
truck. On arrival officers located the vehicle 
in question and spoke with its driver. The 
man stated that he had been looking for a 
local company but was lost. Officers 
provided the man with directions to the 
place in question. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 120181362
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION 

Officers responded to the 900 block of East 
State St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the clerk on duty. The 
clerk stated that a unknown person had 
pumped $15.01 in gas and then fled the 
area without rendering payment. Officers 
checked the area and were unable to locate 
the vehicle in question. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181363
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
230 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: KEISTER, PTL

While on patrol officers observed a disabled 
vehicle in the 200 block of North Lincoln 
Ave. Officer's provided traffic control until 
the vehicle could be moved. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181364
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
238 ROSE AVE

Officers were called to a disturbance 
involving juveniles throwing rocks at a 
house and a car. Upon arrival officer 
located the father and spoke with some of 
the juveniles. One arrest was made with a 
juvenile who was disorderly and threatening 
an adult. 

Matter under investigation. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident#:120181365
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Suspicious Person 
1125 E STATE ST 

Officer(s) responded to the 1100 block of 
East State St for a report of a suspicious 
person. On arrival officers located the 
person in question and spoke with him. The 
man was advised of the complaint and 
further advised to go home. The man left 
the area without incident. Officer's cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181368
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: WALTER SICA,  WINONA RD 
SALEM, OH 

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak with a subject on 
station. The subject spoke very little English 
and Pastor Eric was called to assist with 
translation. The male complainant was 
inquiring about a vehicle that had been 
towed outside the city limits. The 
complainant was advised that he would 
need to contact the correct jurisdiction 
about the vehicle.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181369
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Civil Matter 
1210 SOUTHEAST BLVD 3

Complainant: DALLAS HELMAN

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant over 
the phone. Officer was advised by the 
complainant that her ex-husband has her tv 
and will not return it. Officer advised the 
complainant that the matter is civil.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181371
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Intoxicated Driver
N ELLSWORTH AVE / W FIFTH

Complainant: WILLIAM BLACKBURN

Officers responded to the area of N 
Ellsworth Ave and W Fifth St for a possible 
intoxicated driver. The complainant 
continued to follow the vehicle to a 
residence on Pearce Circle. 

The female subject was inside the 
residence when officers arrived and she 
stated that she had left her residence in 
Hanoverton due to a domestic situation. 
She advised that she had not drank but did 
appear intoxicated. She stated that she was 
not the one driving and was advised to stay 
inside for the remainder of the evening. 

The home owner advised that she would 
not permit her to leave the residence until 
morning.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181372
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Intoxicated Person
175 N ELLSWORTH AVE
BAR / NlGHT CLUB

Complainant: YOUNG, PTL

While on patrol officer observed a subject 
stumble out of the above location. Officer 
made contact with the subject who advised 
that he was waiting on a ride. While on 
scene the subjects ride arrived and the 
subject was told to go home for the 
remainder of the evening.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181373
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Civil Matter
565 COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: JORDAN SMELTZER

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St in regards to a civil standby. 
The male complainant advised that he was 
moving out of his residence and was 
concerned that his ex wife would come 
home and cause problems. Officers arrived 
on scene and stood by while the male 
gathered his belongings.



Ptl C Walla




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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181374
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
178 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: WALLA, PTL

Officer on patrol observed a suspicious 
vehicle with the vehicle trunk open sitting in 
a parking lot of a used car dealership in the 
100 block of N Ellsworth Ave. Officer then 
checked on the unoccupied vehicle and 
everything appeared to be okay, officer 
attempted to close the trunk of the vehicle 
but was unable to secure it.



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181375
Date: Thursday, March 8,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
1995 E STATE ST B

Police responded to Salem Regional 
Medical Center for an irate male. The male 
subject had gotten into a verbal altercation 
with hospital staff.

Officers were able to calm the male down 
and stood by until he was discharged 
several minutes later.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Thursday, March 08, 2018
09:20 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181366
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Ambulance Needed
2789 E STATE ST 7

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE

Officers responded along with first 
responders and KLG, for a suicide juvenile. 
The juvenile had recent medication 
changes and the counselor believed that it 
was causing her to be depressed. 

The juvenile's father was advised of the 
incident and the juvenile was transported to 
Salem Regional Medical Center.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181340
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Child Abuse
491 SHARP AVE


Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Sharp Avenue for a report of child abuse. 
Officers responded and met with the male 
juvenile complainant who advised that his 
father and stepfather assaulted him. 
Officers spoke with the complainants father 
who advised that his son was talking back 
to his (Complainants) mother while at her 
residence on E. Sixth Street. The father 
also stated that his son was not listening to 
him or the mother. 

The father further advised that he brought 
his son back to his residence on Sharp 
Avenue and his son continued to be unruly 
and attempted to run out of the house. The 
father stated he grabbed his son by the arm 
to stop his actions. A red mark was 
observed on the complainants left arm. 

Officers also spoke with the complainants 
mother and stepfather who advised the 
same as the father and that the juvenile has 
been unruly for a while now and stated he 
was out of control this evening. The juvenile 
did admit to not listening to his parents and 
had an attitude when speaking with officers. 

The juvenile was advised of the 
consequences to his actions and that he is 
to listen to his parents. No signs of child 
abuse were observed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181341
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY

Officer spoke with an employee of the 
Smith Oil Gas Station via phone who report 
a drive off. Complainant advised a male in 
his mid to late 20's pumped $29.31 worth of 
gasoline (13.514gallons) and left in a black 
Jeep Cherokee without rendering payment. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181342
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Assist Other Agency
406 FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: CALLER, UKNOWN 

Officer responded to the above location to 
assist Goshen PD on an investigation. 
Officer stood by while they conducted their 
investigation and obtained the results they 
needed.



Ptl.  LaRosa



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181343
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Suspicious Person 
229 N ELLSWORTH AVE
DRUG STORE

Officers responded to the Lease Drug Store 
located at 229 N. Ellsworth Ave. for a report 
of a suspicious male looking through doors 
while it was closed. Upon arrival, the area 
was checked the subject could not be 
located.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181344
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Assist Perry Police 

Complainant: Samantha Vanscyoc

Officers were advised of a female individual 
at Salem PD who wished to report an 
assault. Officers responded and 
ascertained that the incident had occurred 
in Perry Township Police Jurisdiction. Perry 
Township Police were notified and a Salem 
officer subsequently assisted the female in 
locating their Police Department. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181345
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Assault

Complainant: MICHAEL WERTZ

Victim on station to report an assault that 
occurred at Circle K (East), located at 1125 
E State St, prior to this report being made. 
Victim advised that he was inside the store 
speaking with a few friends, when a male 
known to him entered and accused the 
victim of slander. The victim advised that 
the suspect then shoved him twice in the 
chest before the store clerk separated them 
and told the suspect to leave the premises. 

Victim advised that he had no injuries and 
stated that he only wanted to have the 
incident on file, due to having past incidents 
with the suspect. 

Officer advised that a report would be on 
file and contact would be made with the 
suspect. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181346
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
941 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL

Officers responded to the 900 block of E. 
Pershing Street to attempt contact with a 
male subject with an active arrest warrant. 
Officers made contact with residents of the 
home who advised that the male subject 
has not lived at the residence for a while 
and that he resides in Goshen Township.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181348
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Recovered Bicycle
517 WASHINGTON AVE

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Washington Ave where residents reported 
that upon arriving home they discovered a 
bicycle had been left at the rear of their 
residence and they had no idea who it 
belongs to. Officer requested Salem FD and 
they responded and transported the bicycle 
back to Salem PD. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181349
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Suspicious Person
177 VlNE AVE 

On 3/6/2018 officers responded to the area 
of Lincoln Ave. and E State Street in 
regards to a male subject walking on the 
sidewalk with a baby stroller and screaming 
out loud and at the child in the stroller. 

Upon making contact with the male subject 
and child in question the male advised that 
he was trying to keep the childs voice down 
because he was crying and it was dark out. 
The child appeared to be alight and in good 
health. 

Officers then followed up with the mother of 
the child and she stated that the male 
subject officers were out with was supposed 
to have. Officers then cleared from the call 
without incident.


-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181350
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Possible Shots Fired
1495 E STATE ST 

Complainant: CALLER, ANONYMOUS

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St (near Park Dr) to check for a report 
of a loud blast believed to have been a 
gunshot. Officers made contact at a 
residence at the corner of that intersection 
after a witness stated the sound had 
possible originated from there. 

Officers identified the residents and 
affirmed all was OK at that location. there 
was no evidence that the sound had came 
from there. The residents also stated they 
had heard the disturbance. Officers 
patrolled the surrounding area but were 
unable to ascertain where the blast had 
originated from. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181351
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
1495 E STATE ST

Complainant: CRIDER, PTL

Officers were on scene at a residence in the 
1400 block of E. State Street in reference to 
a noise complaint (#20181350). Officers 
made contact with a male subject at the 
residence who had an active arrest warrant 
out of the Columbiana County Sheriff 
Department. Once the warrant was 
confirmed the subject was taken in to 
custody and transported back to the police 
department for processing. The subject was 
released to a Columbiana County Sheriff 
Deputy on station.

Arrested: Brian A. Lodge 36232 Old ST RT 
558 Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1987)
Warrant for Failure to Appear on a 
Disorderly Conduct charge


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181354 
Date: Wednesday, March 7,2018
Domestic Dispute Report 
673 FRANKLIN AVE

Officers responded to 673 Franklin Ave. for 
a report of a domestic in progress. Upon 
arrival, officer spoke with the female victim, 
whom had visible injury to her nose. The 
victim states that she and her boyfriend of 
six months whom resides with her got into 
an argument after her boyfriend stated he 
was moving out and attempted to remove a 
Playstation 4 which she stated belongs to 
her son. The victim states that her boyfriend 
choked her and struck her once in the nose 
with a closed fist causing injury to her nose 
& breaking her glasses. The victim refused 
medical treatment on scene. The victim 
states that her boyfriend fled on foot 
towards the back of the residence prior to 
officers arrival. 

Digital photos were taken of the injury to the 
victim as well as the broken glasses. A 
written statement was also obtained. Sgt. R. 
Kimble of the Perry Twp. Police Dept. 
located the suspect later at Circle K South 
located at 1827 S. Lincoln Ave. The male 
was contacted in the bathroom of Circle K 
by Officers with this agency and Perry Twp. 
The male, 33 year old Cqualin Lee Devall 
Hawkins-Heards was placed under arrest 
for domestic violence. 

Mr. Hawkins-Heards was transported to the 
Salem Police Dept. for processing and later 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrestee:
Cqualin Lee Devall Hawkins-Heards
DOB: 1984
673 Franklin Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence - F-3 (Suspect 
has four prior domestic violence convictions 
making this a felony 3)



Ptl. B. Smith



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Wednesday, March 07, 2018
09:30 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181328
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Speak To Officer
428 E SCHOOL ST

Complainant: RICHARD MASTERSON

Officers responded to the above location to 
speak with the complainant who stated that 
a female subject who threw a glass bottle in 
the street. The complainant also stated that 
an unknown subject scratched his vehicle 
sometime overnight last night.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181329
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Speak To Officer
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: THEODORE MULLINS

Complainant responded to this department 
to report that he was at the above noted 
location prior to the time of report. He stated 
that a male individual that he's had 
problems with in the past confronted him in 
the store. The male reportedly screamed at 
the complainant over past issues. 

Nothing physical took place and the 
complainant just wanted the incident 
documented at this time.



Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181331
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
166 VINE AVE 1/2

Complainant: LINDA JAMES,  
COLUMBIANA, OH

2014 FORD HB RED Owner LINDA JAMES 


Police responded to the Counseling Center 
in the 100 block of Vine St for a private 
property hit skip. The complainant stated 
she came out and observed someone had 
ran into the passenger side of her vehicle. 
Both passenger side doors had damage.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181332
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check

Complainant: DISPATCHER 

ARA KACEY ROHALEY,  847 S LUNDY 
AVE (LKA) SALEM, OH 44460

Officer made contact with the subject on 
station, who had a question about her 
license plates. The subject, Kacey Rohaley 
, was then advised that she had an active 
warrant out of this county. Kacey was taken 
into custody on her theft warrant without 
incident. 

A CCSO Deputy responded to our station 
and took custody of her and then 
transported her to the county jail.



Ptl LaRosa



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181333
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST F
GIANT EAGLE PARKING LOT


Unit##1, 2010 MERC SW WH, Owner 
HANNAH MALMSBERRY , BELOIT, OH

Unit# 2, 2015 KIA SW BLK, Owner 
WERNER FlTZ  , SALEM, OH


Police responded to Giant Eagle for a two 
vehicle private property accident. Unit #1 
was backing out of a parking spot when it 
struck Unit #2. The driver side rear of Unit 
#1 struck the passenger rear fender of Unit 
#2. Both parties advised of no injuries. 

Both vehicle had minor damage and were 
able to drive from the scene.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181334
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Theft
179 SHARP AVE

Complainant: MICHELE SHAW

Officer responded to the above location for 
a reported theft. The complainant advised 
that she had some friends over Sunday 
evening. She advised that prior to the time 
of report, she went to get her money in her 
wallet and discovered $500.00 was missing. 
She advised that no one else has been over 
to visit and therefore believes one of the 
two friends visiting are responsible for 
taking the money.



Sgt. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181335
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST F 
GIANT EAGLE PARKING LOT

Unit#l, 2005 LlNC 4s SIL, Owner PATRICK 
MCNICOL , COLUMBIANA, OH

Unit#2, 2014 TOM TK SIL , Owner 
EDWARD LITTLE  , SALEM, OH


The driver of Unit#l was traveling through 
the above parking lot when he struck the 
rear of Unit#2 who was stopped for traffic. 
The driver of Unit#2 advised the same as 
Unit#l and minor damage was observed to 
the vehicle at the time of the accident.


PTL Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181336
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Speak To Officer 

Complainant: TED INGLEDUE,  
LEETONIA, OH

Complainant on station reference a custody 
issue with his wife taking his kids out of 
state. Complainant was found to live 
outside the city limits and he was advised to 
contact the local police depart. that he lives 
in.



PTL Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181338
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Littering I Dumping 
123 N BROADWAY AVE

Police observed two male subjects crossing 
the street at the 2nd St plaza. Police 
observed one of the male subjects throw a 
cup on the ground. Police then made 
contact with the subjects and had the male 
go back across the street and pick his cup 
off the ground. Police then directed the 
subjects to the nearest trash can for them to 
properly dispose of the trash.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181323
Date: Tuesday, March 6,2018
Drug Overdose
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: AMBULANCE, KLG

On 3/6/2018 officers responded to the 1900 
block of E Pershing Street in regards to an 
overdose. Upon arrival officers with KLG 
staff and had the male subject who 
overdosed transported out over to Salem 
Home Regional Medical Center. Officers 
then gathered all information necessary and 
then cleared with out incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181319
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Suspicious Sound / Phone Cal
2337 E STATE ST SALEM
RETAIL STORE


Officer responded to a business in the 2300 
block of E State St where an employee 
reported having received a suspicious 
phone call. The caller was believed to have 
made a threatening statement and then 
hung up. 

Officer patrolled the area prior to closing 
and stood by until the employee safely 
departed for the night. 



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 120181320
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Traffic Offense
S HOWARD AVE / W STATE ST

Officer observing traffic in the 300 block of 
W. State Street observed a dark Ford sedan 
heading east on W. State Street near 
Jennings Avenue speeding and conducted 
a traffic stop with the vehicle. Officer made 
contact with the driver and three 
passengers. Officer found that the driver 
had a suspended drivers license and none 
of the passengers had a drivers license. 

K9 Argo was requested to the scene and 
provided positive indication to the odor of 
narcotics in the vehicle. The vehicle was 
searched with nothing illegal found. One 
passenger did admit to using narcotics a 
few days ago. The driver was issued a 
citation for speed and driving under 
suspension. The owner of the vehicle, the 
drivers father, responded to the scene to 
obtain the vehicle.


Cited: Ashleigh Rae Perry 32168 Fantale 
St. Hanoverton, Ohio 44423 (DOB: 1983)
Speed 41/25
Driving Under Suspension - License 
Forfeiture



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181322
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Missing Person (Adult)
925 E FIFTH ST 

Complainant: JOHN WADE

Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of E 
Fifth St in reference to a missing persons 
report. Complainant advised that his elderly 
mother and brother left the residence at 
0800 hours on this date and had not yet 
returned.

Complainant advised that they had left to go 
make a payment on a truck and felt that it 
was odd that they had not returned. 
Complainant also advised that the subjects 
have no cell phones to attempt contact with. 

The subject's information was gathered and 
they were entered as missing.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181321
Report Date: Monday. March 5.2018
Traffic Offense
2875 E STATE ST C

While on patrol on E. State St. near 
Cunningham Rd. officer observed a male 
subject riding a bicycle eastbound wearing 
dark clothing, riding through several traffic 
lanes as well as had no lighted lights on his 
bicycle as required by law for riding bicycles 
on the road at night. The male also ran 
through a red traffic signal at the 
intersection of E. State St. and Cunningham 
Rd. 

Officer stopped the male subject in the 
entrance to WalMart.

The male was identified and advised of the 
violations. He was issued warnings for the 
violations and sent on his way.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181318 
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Suspicious Person
E PERSHING ST / CENTENNIAL 

Officer patrolling on E. Pershing Street near 
Centennial Park observed a male subject 
walking west bound on E. Pershing St. in 
the middle of the road. As an east bound 
vehicle approached, the male subject 
flagged the vehicle down. Officer made 
contact with the subject who advised he 
was on his way to the police department.

The subject advised he was told a friend of 
his was threatened, but he did not hear a 
threat. The subject was advised to have his 
friend contact the police should she want to 
report the incident. The subject was advised 
to walk on the sidewalk and not on the 
roadway. After the subject cleared his father 
arrived. His father advised his son has 
disabilities and provided his contact 
information should it be needed in the 
future.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181317
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
400 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY 

Complainant: LaROSA, PTL 

While on patrol, officer was flagged down 
and advised of a hitlskip accident. Officer 
made contact with the victim/owner of the 
one vehicle. The owner advised that he 
knew who hit his vehicle but did not want 
anything done about it. Victim also advised 
that he knew the alleged subject and they 
would work it out themselves.


PTL LaRosa



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181313
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
2984 E STATE ST SALEM
PARKING LOT

Complainant: OSBERG, PTL

Police observed a male subject that had a 
warrant out of another jurisdiction. Police 
made contact with the male subject, the 
warrant was confirmed and he was taken 
into custody at that time. Police then 
transported the male subject and met with 
Smith Twp Police Dept where he was 
released to them.


Arrested: Jeremy H. Johnson
DOB: 1986
ADD: 29549 Salem Alliance Rd Lot# 103, 
Damascus, OH 44619
Charge: Warrant- Aggravated Menacing
ORC 2903.21-M1




Ptl Osberg



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Tuesday, March 06, 2018
10:54 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181307
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
GRANITE AVE / W PERRY ST 

Complainant: JOHNSON, VICKIE


Traffic Crash Report

Indiana Apportioned registration, 2605951 
Truck # 1690 2015 International TK White in 
color (EMPTY)
DOT # 1599140
MC # 591559
GN # 287990
Tennessee Trailer registration, T662496 
Semi White in color Trailer # 531951
Owner: CMA Logistics 166 Red Oak Lane 
Carmel, Indiana 46033
Operator: Robert Howard Abernathy 
Watkins 325 Claxton Way Fairfield, 
Alabama 35064-2402

Struck: Tree southwest corner Granite & W. 
Perry
Owner: City of Salem 231 S. Broadway 
Salem, Ohio 44460
lnsured with: Self

Curb lawn of 905 W. Perry St Salem, Ohio 
44460
Owner: Elaine Snyder



The above listed tractor trailer was 
attempting to get turned around according 
to the GPS since the operator had missed 
his turn to go to American Standard to get 
loaded. Once on W. Perry headed west 
bound the operator tried to make a left hand 
turn onto Granite. While attempting to miss 
a stop sign on the southeast corner of 
Granite the tractor struck a small tree 
branch on the tree listed above pulling it 
towards the tractor/truck which pulled a 
large branch down from the tree striking in 
between the left top side of the truck and 
the top side of the trailer getting stuck 
between the two so the truck could not 
move.

The owner of the property called Colians 
who arrived and took care of the tree and 
clean up.

The operator was cited for Tractor-Trailer off 
State route 339.02 City ordinance. The 
operator of was given a court date of Friday, 
03-16-18 at 8:30 A.M. for the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181305
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Check Well Being\
812 BARCLAY AVE 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a check well being on a female subject. 
Officers spoke with the homeowner who 
stated she hasn't seen the female subject in 
over a month, Officers were given consent 
to check the residence and didn't locate the 
female. Officers advised the homeowner if 
they hear from the subject to call her sister.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181311
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Theft
423 S LUNDY AVE A 
GROCERY

Complainant: JOSEPH VITULLO,  
BOARDMAN, OH 44512 6570

Officer spoke with complainant over the 
phone who wanted to report a theft that had 
occurred on January 5, 2018. Complainant, 
who is a manager for Sparkle Market, 
advised that $4,500.00 was deposited to 
Farmers National Bank from the store, but 
the money was never transferred into the 
store's account. Complainant advised that 
the store usually receives a deposit slip 
from the bank when the money is 
transferred into the account, but no slip was 
received. The matter is under investigation.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181314
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Suspicious Activitv
409 E SECOND ST
PARKINlG LOT

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed a male and female subject known 
to this officer in the dumpster behind AT&T. 
There was a box of items on the ground 
that they were pulling out of the dumpster 
and placing in the box.

Officer advised them of the complaint and 
the male advised that they were just looking 
for junk and it was a bummer since he has 
been doing this for 5 years and no one 
complained.

Officer asked if he had gotten permission 
and he advised no.

officer then advised him to get the proper 
authority to allow him and her to get items 
out and all would be fine. He advised he 
understood and would do that.

The box with the miscellaneous items were 
placed back inside the dumpster.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181304
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1200 E SIXTH ST A 

While at the above location a female 
juvenile was creating a issue and being 
disruptive. She was taken into custody for 
Disorderly conduct where she was 
processed and transported to the Tobin 
Center.



Ptl Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181306
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Reckless Operator
E STATE ST / BROOKLYN AVE

Complainant: CANFIELD OSP


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a reckless driver. Officers 
located and stopped the vehicle, Officers 
spoke with the driver who stated he was on 
his way to work. The driver was not 
impaired and was released from the traffic 
stop.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181308
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Speak To Officer 
GRANITE AVE / W PERRY ST

Officer was working on a minor crash 
(report #I20181 307) at Granite & W. Perry 
when a male subjectlneighbor in the area 
came up to this officer advised of a school 
bus continually running the stop sign there 
every afternoon at 1610hrs. He advised he 
called the bus garage and filed a complaint 
there but just wanted to know if when 
possible an officer could be in the area 
around that time. He still watches the bus 
and it don't stop.

Officer advised the male subject/neighbor 
that officer would pass it on and if not this 
officer possibly another officer would be in 
the area and watch.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 120181309
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Missing Person (Adult)
536 CEDAR ST SALEM

Complainant: JACKIE PIRONE

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and this officer talked with the 
complainant/wife of the 79 year old 
male/husband who has alzheimers.

She advised that he had taken the trash out 
approximately 15 minutes prior to calling 
this department and now he is no where to 
be found.

This officer was deploying K-9 Argo and 
while doing so Officer Miller of this 
department advised he had located the 
male at Supper USA on S. Lincoln.

Officer Miller transported the male back to 
his residence and the complainant/wife took 
him into the residence.



Ptl. Larosa



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181310
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
Fraud
834 SUMMIT ST 

Complainant: Breanna Dean

Officer met with the complainant and her 
mother on station. The complainant advised 
that she had paid for a CCW online. She 
had paid with her debit/credit card from her 
bank. She completed the course and 
received a certificate that did not appear to 
be true along with other papers now to 
complete to go forward for more money to 
complete the CCW transaction.

The paper work all is from the State of 
Virginia and is not actually a certificate for a 
CCW but only a competency certification.

The complainants bank requested a report 
be done and officer gave the complainant 
this report number to give to the bank.

Officer also advised that they may want to 
contact our Attorney General and talk with 
some one there since there may be a case 
opened in Virginia by that State Attorney 
and the two could work together if there 
were more complaints filed.



Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181301
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Animal Complaint
1184 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

Officers responded to the above location for 
an animal complaint. Complainant advised 
the neighbors dog came in his yard and 
defecated and he had it on video. 

Officer watched the video and did observe 
the dog in the yard for a brief amount of 
time. Officers spoke with the owner of the 
dog and he advised that he opened the car 
door and the dog did run into the 
complainants yard. Officers advised the 
owner of the dog to keep it on a leash and 
to keep it out of the complainants yard.


Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181302
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
1425 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for a follow up on an investigation. 
The male subject was involved in an 
incident the night prior and was taken into 
custody for disorderly conduct. The male 
was transported to Salem Police 
Department where he was processed and 
booked. 

He was then transported to Columbiana 
County Jail. See report 20181284.


Arrested: Joshua Dean
DOB: 1980
Address: 1425 E State St, Salem, Ohio 
4446
Charge: Disorderly Conduct ORC 2917.11 
B2


Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181303
Date: Monday, March 5,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
881 E THIRD ST 

Complainant: CORY RITTENOUR

Officers responded to the 800 block of E 
Third St for a B&E in progress. Officers 
arrived on scene and did not locate any 
persons in the area. 

Officers then spoke to the male complainant 
who advised that two males attempted to 
kick in his front door. 

Officer had the male complainant fill out a 
voluntary statement form. This following 
incident is under investigation.



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Monday, March 05, 2018
09:21 AM -0500

Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181299
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Accident MV vs Animal 
2875 E STATE ST A 


Officer(s) responded to the 2400 block of 
East State St for a report car vs deer 
accident. Unit # 1 had been traveling east in 
the 2400 block of East State St when it was 
struck by a deer. Unity # 1 sustained minor 
damage to the right front fender area. The 
deer was dispatched at the scene and given 
to a passerby. Officers cleared.

Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Fredda Hawkins
vehicle / 2016 Ford
insurance / Progressive


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181294
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Reckless Operator 
E STATE (2400 BLOCK) 

Complainant: NOEL BRICE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reckless operator. 
The complainant advised the vehicle 
commited numerous traffic violations prior 
to entering the city. The vehicle parked in a 
lot prior to officers arriving.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181292
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1125 E STATE ST

Officer(s) responded to the 1100 block of 
East State St for a reported dispute / fight. 

On arrival officers spoke with one of the 
persons involved. The man stated that the 
other persons had left prior to officers 
arriving on scene. The man stated that the 
dispute had been a road rage incident. 
Officers advised the man of the complaint 
then cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181289
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Debris In Roadway 
N HOWARD AVE / W FIFTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 500 block of 
North Howard for a report of broken glass in 
the roadway. On arrival officer located the 
glass and were able to sweep it off onto the 
curb lawn. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181297
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Fight
MAPLE 1400 BLOCK H

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 1400 block of 
Oak for a reported fight. 

On arrival officers spoke with subjects 
present and learned that some of the 
involved had departed the area. Officers did 
speak with a few witnesses and two 
juveniles that were involved. Officer unable 
to pursue the matter at this time due to 
being unable to speak with all the involved 
and being unsure what actually occurred.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181296
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Smoke Investigation
762 FRANKLIN AVE

While on patrol officers observed a large 
amount of smoke coming from the rear of a 
residence in the 700 block of Franklin. 
Officers made contact at the residence and 
spoke with the homeowner about the 
materials that he was burning in his fire pit. 
The man stated that he would take care of 
the problem. Officers cleared.

Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181285
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Suspicious Object 

Complainant: JIM WERNEKE

Officer spoke to complainant on station 
regarding a suspicious object. The male 
complainant advised that someone had left 
a plastic bag containing suspected 
narcotics inside of his vehicle. Officer took 
possession of the bag and disposed of the 
item properly.


Ptl C Walla 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181284
Intoxicated Person
1425 E STATE ST

Police responded to the 1400 block of E. 
State St. for a report of an intoxicated 
female who was attempting to leave, but 
several subjects would not allow her to. 

Upon arriving there was a highly intoxicated 
male in the front yard of the residence. The 
male was later transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG. Officers 
advised the female subject due to her being 
intoxicated that unless she had a ride to 
stay inside for the evening.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181282
Date: Sunday, March 4,2018
Suspicious Odor
2231 KENNEDY DR

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 2200 block of 
Kennedy Dr for a suspicious odor. The 
complainant stated she could smell 
something burning in the area but was 
unsure where the smell was coming from. 
Officers and FD responded but was unable 
to locate where the burning smell was 
originating from.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181281
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Traffic Offense 
SOUTHEAST BLVD / MONROE STREET 

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle on 
Southeast Blvd. near Monroe for an 
equipment violation. During the stop the 
passenger provided a fake identification 
and gave a false identity. The subject would 
not cooperate with officers, was placed in 
custody and after an investigation his 
identity was determined. The subject was 
charged with obstructing official business 
and transported to the county jail. Officer 
cleared without further incident.


Ptl. M. Garber 



Arrested: Raul F. Dominguez DOB 1999 of 
2170 Monroe Apt. 70 Salem
Charge: Obstructing official business.



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181279
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
943 W WILSON ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers when investigating a domestic 
violence/crash incident were made aware of 
a crash that occured and were attempting to 
locate the driver. The driver was located 
and repeatedly lied to officers. The driver 
was placed in custody for Obstruction and 
OVI, due to the drivers violent behavior he 
was transported directly to the Columbiana 
County Jail. Officers completed charges 
and cleared without incident.

Ptl. M. Garber



Arrested: Nathan D. Winn of 943 W Wilson 
St. Apt. A Salem Oh, DOB: 1991
Charges: Obstruction, DUS, OVI (3rd 
Offense)



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181278
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Domestic In Progress 
943 W WILSON ST A 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers when investigating a domestic 
violence/crash incident were made aware of 
a crash that occured and were attempting to 
locate the driver. The driver was located 
and repeatedly lied to officers. The driver 
was placed in custody for Obstruction and 
OVI, due to the drivers violent behavior he 
was transported directly to the Columbiana 
County Jail. A subject on scene was found 
to have an active arrest warrant out of 
Columbiana County Sheriffs Office. The 
subject was taken into custody and turned 
over to a deputy. Officers cleared without
further incident.

Ptl. M. Garber

Arrested: Steven L. Shaffer DOB:1983 of 
15945 Fink Rd. Kensington Oh
Charge: Warrant arrest



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181277
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
1516 S LINCOLN AVE B 

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 0 S 
LINCOLN AVE 

Officer responded to the 1500 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a disabled vehicle. The 
complainant advised that the vehicle had 
stopped in front of the garage bay doors 
and they were unable to get their 
ambulances out of the building. When the 
officer arrived the employees advised they 
were able to move the vehicle. The owner 
of the vehicle was headed to the gas station 
because she had ran out of gas.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181276
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Reckless Operator
780 W STATE ST

Complainant: BRIAN RUSSELL,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431

Officer on patrol responded to a call of a 
reckless operator/impaired driver in the 700 
block of W. State St.

Officers located the vehicle and found the 
driver to not be impaired. The driver was 
advised of the complaint and officers 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181275
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Harassment 
1241 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: JEREMY SMITH

Officer responded to the 1200 block of E. 
Fourth St. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a known 
male subject is messaging his wife 
inappropriate mesasges over social media. 
Officer will make contact with the other half 
and advise them of the complaint and to 
cease contact.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181273
Date: Saturday. March 3.2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
758 N LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. Upon arrival, contact was 
made with the subject in question, the 
warrant was confirmed and the subject was 
taken into custody. The subject was directly 
transported to county jail from the scene.


Arrested: Jeffrey R. Walter
D.0.B.- 1987
758 N. Lincoln Ave.
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant- FTA



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181 270
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: ANDREA HIGINBOTHAM

Officer responded to the 2200 block of 
Merle to take a report of a private property 
hit/skip accident that occurred sometime in 
the previous two days. The complainant 
advised that he accident was believed to 
have occurred in a parking lot in the 2800 
block of E State St. 

The damage was photographed and a 
report number was issued.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181268
Report Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Civil Matter
486 HICKORY LN

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a civil matter. While 
enroute, officer observed one of the 
involved subjects and made contact. The 
male stated he was at the residence on 
Hickory Ln. to pick up his child for court 
ordered visitation but was denied. 

Officer informed the male the incident would 
be documented and to contact his attorney 
due to the matter being civil in nature.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181267
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Theft 
840 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: JACOB MILLER

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
W. Pershing St. to take a Theft report. 
Officers met with the complainant who 
stated that he left his wallet in an apartment 
that he was in earlier, and when he went 
back to retrieve his wallet the resident 
would not answer the door.


Ptl. Connolly




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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181267
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Theft
840 block of W. Pershing St.

Complainant: JACOB MILLER

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
W. Pershing St. to take a Theft report. 
Officers met with the complainant who 
stated that he left his wallet in an apartment 
that he was in earlier, and when he went 
back to retrieve his wallet the resident 
would not answer the door.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police  Story lncident #: 20181265
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Speak To Officer
366 PENN AVE 

Complainant: JOHN BRIDGE

Officers took a compliant about an 
unwanted subject. Officers spoke to the 
complainant who stated that he wanted a 
report made and that he didn't want the 
subject back at his residence. Officers 
explained that a report would be made and 
that he was to contact the police if the 
subject returned.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police  Incident #: 20181257
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Accident With Injury
ELLSWORTH AVE / E PERSHING ST


UNIT 1, 2007 MAZDA 5 Beig, Seat belt no 
air bag Driver/Owner MARGIE McCOY 

UNIT 2, 2007 DODGE Ram RED, Seat belt 
no air bag, Driver, CITED: MATTHEW 
FAULKINER,  Owner GORDON TRlMM 


Officer responded to the above location for 
an accident with injuries. Unit 1 was 
stopped at the stated intersection facing 
South bound on S. Ellsworth. Unit 2 was 
behind unit 1 and failed to stop causing the 
front bumper of unit 2 to strike the rear 
bumper of unit 1. Minimal damage was 
caused to both vehicles. Photos were 
taken. 

The passenger of unit 1 was taken to Salem 
ER for medical attention. 

The driver of unit 2 was given a citation for 
ACDA.

Cited- Matthew K. Faulkiner
D.0.B.-1990
605 Deming St.
Salem 0hio44460



Ptl. D. Young



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Sunday, March 04, 2018
10:00 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181264
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
766 SOUTHEAST BLVD 2

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd in regards to a domestic 
dispute report. Dispatch advised that the 
female complainant could hear yelling and 
crying coming from the inside apartment. 
Officers arrived on scene and spoke to both 
parties who advised that they were just 
arguing and nothing physical had occurred.

Officers cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181263
Date: Saturday, March 3,2018
Assist Perry Pol ice
SR62 / SR45

Complainant: PERRY TWP, PD

Officers assisted Perry Twp. PD on an 
incident at the US621SR45 bypass 
interchange. Officers stood by and cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181260
Friday, March 2,2018
Fight
520 E PERSHING ST

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
Pershing St for a report of a fight about to 
occur. Officers did check the area but 
nothing was observed. 

Officers did stand by for several minutes to 
ensure nothing occurred.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181259
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Check Well Being 
1125 E STATE ST

03/02/201822:15 And 03/02/2018 22:15 
Zone. S Unit on Scene: 5

While on patrol officer noticed a juvenile in 
his early teens without proper attire for the 
weather, running westbound on E. State St. 
Officer stopped the juvenile near Circle K 
East and was advised that he was going to 
the store to grab some snacks. Officer 
provided the juvenile a ride home.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181258
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Harassment
530 S BROADWAY AVE 
BAR NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer responded to the 500 block of S 
Broadway Ave to take a harassment report. 
Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
female complainant who advised that she 
was receiving unwanted messages on 
social media from the male subject. Officer 
advised the female subject to block him 
from social media. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181256
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Dog At Large
189 E THIRD ST

Complainant: MARY FITCH

Officer responded to the above location for 
a dog at large report. Complainant stated 
there was an unknown small black dog 
outside her residence. 

Upon arrival, officer observed the dog but 
was unable to catch it due to it running 
away as officer approached.


Pti. D. Young



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181254
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Road Rage

Complainant: NICHOLAS CHAPMAN

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that a silver 
jeep drove onto the sidewalk and almost hit 
him. The matter is under investigation.



Ptl Brooks



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181252
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Open Door
346 NEWGARDEN AVE

Officers were checking the area for 
suspects in a previous incident and noticed 
an open door to a residence in the 300 
block of NewGarden Ave. The interior of the 
residence was checked and everything 
appeared to be ok.

The door was secured and officers cleared 
the scene without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181251
Date: Friday, March 2, 2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
205 S HOWARD AVE

Officer during a follow up investigation 
conducted a consent to search of a 
residence for any suspects in the 200 block 
of S. Howard Ave. No suspects matching 
the description were observed.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181250
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Robbery In Progress
387 S BROADWAY AVE
RESTAURANT

Complainant: TINA GILBERT

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of an attempted robbery. 
Complainant / victim stated while outside 
her vehicle, two unknown males attempted 
to take her purse but were unable to and 
fled on foot prior to officers arrival.

Officers did check the area and several 
locations but were unable to locate the 
subjects in question. Investigation is 
pending.



Ptl. D. Young



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181248
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Fraud
293 N UNION AVE 1

Complainant: KILEY STEED

Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
police station regarding fraudulent activity 
on her credit card. The complainant advised 
that a relative stole her credit card and used 
it to make purchases. The incident is under 
investigation.


Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181255
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Assault 
406 FRANKLIN AVE 1/2 

Complainant: ASHLEY MACKEY

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave for an assault report. The 
complainant advised that a male had just 
struck her son and that he was still at the 
scene. 

Officers made contact with all the male 
subjects involved in the altercation. The first 
male subject was highly intoxicated and 
advised he was walking to a business to get 
a ride home when the other two male 
subjects started causing problems and 
yelling at him. The other male subjects 
advised that they had first offered 
assistance to the male and he had gotten 
upset. An altercation had occurred between 
all three subjects when someone made a 
vulgar comment. 

Two males sustained minor injuries to their 
hands and declined any medical attention. 

The intoxicated male was issued a minor 
misdemeanor citation  for public intoxication 
and given a courtesy transport to his 
residence inside the city. 

The other two males were issued minor 
misdemeanor citations for disorderly 
conduct for engaging in the altercation. One 
male subject advised he wanted to pursue 
aassault charges and provided written 
statements. He was advised that the 
incident would be reviewed by the 
prosecutor for further charges.


Cited: Tyler McCaslin
DOB: 1988
Address: 811 W Perry St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Public Intoxication city ordinance 
371.09

Cited: Nicholas J. Chapman
DOB: 1992
Address: 406 1/2 Franklin Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct city ordinance 
509.03a1

Cited: Dominick A. Heckathorn
DOB: 1992
Address: 406 1/2 Franklin Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Disorderly Conduct city ordinance 
509.03al



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181261
Date: Friday, March 2, 2018
Intoxicated Driver 
780 W STATE ST


Officers responded to the 700 block of W 
State St for a report of an intoxicated driver. 
Officers made contact with the vehicle at a 
business in the 700 block of W State St. 
The male subject was found to be 
suspended and was traveling out of state. 

Ptl. Garber deployed K9 Simon and he 
indicated to the presence of narcotic odor. 
No drugs or drug paraphernalia were 
located inside the vehicle. 

The owner was issued a citation for driving 
under suspension and given a courtesy 
transport to the hotel inside the city. The 
vehicle was left legally parked in the parking 
lot with permission from the business.


Cited: Robert T. Cooper Jr.
DOB: 1949
Address: 4313 Dapple Grey Dr., Richmond 
VA, 23223
Charge: DUS ORC 4510.11A



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181247
Date Friday, March 2, 2018
Mail Tampering / Theft
1364 S LINCOLN AVE 1

Complainant: NAN TOMAINO,  
YOUNGSTOWN, OH 44511

Complainant advised she had mailed a bill 
about a month ago in her mail box. She was 
recently notified by her bank that the check 
was cashed at another bank by an unknown 
party. The banks are investigating who 
cashed the check as it was not signed or 
paid to the correct person/business on the 
check as intended. The check was for 
$82.00.



Ptl. Banar



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181246
Date:Friday, March 2,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
S BROADWAY 500 BLOCK
BUTECH PARKING LOT


Officer(s) responded to the 600 block of 
South Broadway for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been legally parked 
and unoccupied in the 600 block of South 
Broadway when it was struck in the left front 
fender area by unit # 2. The driver of unit # 
2 had been backing up when he struck unit 
# 1. 

The driver of unit # 1 then went and parked 
his vehicle in one of the company parking 
lots. 

Unit # 2 sustained damage to the right rear 
bumper and tail light area. There were no 
reported injuries and no citations were 
issued.


Unit # 1 / owner / Mary Gray
vehicle / 2018 Chevy

Unit # 2 / owner / Michele Greenamyer
driver / William Greenamyer
vehicle / 2010 Chevy



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181244
Date: Friday, March 2, 2018
Speak To Officer
200 E SECOND ST L

Complainant: CORI STIFFLER

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
East 2nd St for a reported speak with officer 
complaint. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant had some 
questions and concerns over the laws 
governing service animals. Officers 
explained some of the laws to the 
complainant and provided her with a web 
site that fully explained the laws. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181243
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Reckless Operator
2229 E STATE ST

Officers were advised of a reckless driver 
traveling westbound on E. State St. Officers 
made contact with the vehicle at Rite-Aid. 
Officers did a walk through of the store with 
negative contact with anyone matching the 
owners description.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181253
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Civil Matter
348 HICKORY LN

Complainant: DANIEL STONESTREET,  
LISBON, OH 44432 9400

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of a civil matter. 
The complainant advised that his ex was 
not permitting him to see his daughter and 
wanted a report on file for the court.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181242
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
E STATE ST / N BROADWAY 

Officers were dispatched to the area of E. 
State St. and Broadway Ave. for a disabled 
vehicle. Once officers arrived on scene they 
spoke to the owner of the vehicle who 
requested Sinsley's Towing. 

Once Sinsley's Towing arrived on scene 
and removed the vehicle officers cleared 
the scene.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181241
Date: Friday, March 2, 2018
Assault
752 NEWGARDEN AVE

Dispatch received a 911 call about a assault 
that just occurred. Officers were dispatched 
and had information that it was "physical" in 
the parking lot of the Suburban market on 
Newgarden. Dispatch then advised the 
male left on foot. 

Upon arrival there was no one in the lot at 
Suburban and the female involved was on 
the other side of the street. Officers talked 
with her there. She advised there was a 
verbal dispute with her boyfriend who was 
also the father of their child. She also said 
that it turned physical. The child was at 
home and the male went back there on foot. 
Officers observed what could have been 
minor marks on her neck and right lower 
cheek.

Reporting officer spoke with the male half at 
the house who was also upset. This 
incident apparently occurred from a 
personal dispute over the child and 
personal matters. Officers went to the 
house at 752 Newgarden.


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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181240
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Assist Perry Police
GOSHEN RD / BYPASS

Complainant: PERRY TWP, PD

Officers were asked to assist Perry 
Township Police for a motor vehicle 
accident. Officers provided traffic control on 
the SR-45 Bypass. Once Perry Township 
Police no longer needed Salem Police, 
Officers cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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Saturday, March 03, 2018
09:36 AM -0500

Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181225
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Accidental Damage
462 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: CHARLES SEIBERT

The complainant responded to this 
department to report damage to his 
vehicle's passenger side tire. He advised 
that he struck a pothole in the area of E. 
Pershing St. and S. Lundy Ave. causing 
damage to his tire. 

The complainant advised that he had the 
tire replaced at his local dealership. 

He was advised that a report would be 
made for his insurance company.



Sgt. D. Green




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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181229
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Recovered Bicycle
1401 RIDGEWOOD DR

Complainant: BLAIR MALLOY

Complainant advised of a bicycle that had 
been sitting at the end of her neighbor's 
drive way for two days.

Complainant advised that the neighbor 
advised her to contact the police because 
they don't know who it belongs to nor do 
they want it on the property. 

The bicycle is a red Wipeout BMX style 
bicycle. The Salem Fire Department 
responded and retrieved the bicycle in their 
pick-up truck and transported it to the police 
department.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181230
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Audible Alarm
566 HIGHLAND AVE

Complainant: 21ST, CENTURY

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Highland Ave in reference to an alarm 
activation with kitchen motion.

Upon arrival, officers checked the exterior 
entrances to the residence and found them 
to be secure. The home owner's son arrived 
on scene and was notified of the findings. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181231
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
2341 E STATE ST

Officer was dispatched to a business in the 
2300 block of E. State Street for a report of 
the lighted business sign malfunctioning 
and possibly sparking. 

Officer responded and found that the fire 
department was on scene. The sign was 
having electrical issues and melted a small 
part of the sign. Officer stood by while the 
fire department checked the sign and 
building.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181232
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
441 N HOWARD AVE 

Complainant: CHASTITY SINGER

Officers responded to the 400 block of N 
Howard Ave in reference to a burglary 
report.

Complainant advised that when she 
returned home, both the front an back doors 
to her residence were open after having 
been locked when she left.

Complainant also stated that her bedroom 
door was open when she left the residence, 
but upon returning home she found it closed 
and locked. A family member arrived on 
scene and was able to get the bedroom 
door unlocked. Officers checked the interior 
of the residence and found no signs of 
intruders. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181233
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Assist Sheriffs Dept
500 BLOCK OF WASHINGTON

Officers responded to multiple addresses in 
the city to assist the Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Office with serving various arrest 
warrants. Officers had negative contact with 
all subjects. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181234
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Assist Perry Police
1729 S LINCOLN AVE

Officer was dispatched to a business in the 
1700 block of S. Lincoln Avenue for a 
security alarm. Before responding, officer 
was advised that the business was in Perry 
Township and Perry Township Police were 
notified. Officer responded to the area as 
the building was at the city limits. Perry 
Township Police found an open door at the 
business and officer assisted them with 
searching the inside of the business. 

No problems were found.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181235
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Audible Alarm
1000 W STATE ST
DEPARTMENT STORE

Complainant: SECURITY, VERIFIED

On 3/1/2018 officers responded to the 1000 
block of W State Street in regards to an 
alarm drop. Upon arrival officers checked to 
make sure the building was secure from 
ground level. With the building secured 
officers then cleared from the scene with 
out incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181238
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Traffic Offense
1200 BLOCK OF E STATE ST 

Officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle in 
the 1400 block of E State St for a moving 
violation. The driver of the vehicle did not 
immediately stop, but continued to the 
Burger King parking lot in the 1700 block of 
E State St. The driver was removed from 
the vehicle and detained, where the vehicle 
was ultimately searched via consent. 

No contraband was found inside. The 
driver, who is from Kentucky, advised that 
he did not know if it was the police behind 
him or not and was unsure of what to do. 
The driver was afforded a warning for 
speed and marked lanes.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181239
Date: Friday, March 2,2018
Ambulance Needed
1761 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Officers were on a traffic stop in the area of 
E State Street and S Madison Ave when a 
vehicle drove up and the driver started 
yelling that she needed help. Officers then 
spoke with the driver who stated that the 
passenger in her vehicle was coughing up 
blood after drinking. 

Officers then called for first responders to 
arrive on scene to transport the male in 
question to Salem Regional Hospital. Upon 
EMT's arrival the male was then transported 
to the hospital. Due to the male subject 
being intoxicated officers followed the 
squad to the hospital to make sure that the 
male would not become an issue. 

Once on scene at the hospital the male 
appeared to not be a threat or issue for any 
of the staff. Officers then cleared without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Friday, March 02, 2018
08:54 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181224
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


UNIT 1- DRIVER/Owner: ANTWANETTE 
WELCH, CANFIELD, OH, 2010 AUDl SW 
BLK

UNIT 2- DRIVER: MIKE SHOWALTER 
Owner: JAMIE BANKS , SALEM, OH, 2001 
LEXS 4s DBL


Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit 1 was stopped 
southbound on North Lincoln Ave at a four 
way stop sign, Unit 2 was traveling 
southbound on North Lincoln Ave and didn't 
see Unit 1 stop and struck Unit 1 in the rear 
bumper. Both vehicles had minor damage 
and were able to be driven from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181226
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Animal Complaint
548 CONTINENTAL DR A

Complainant: Mary Utterback

Police responded to the 500 block of 
Continental Dr for an animal complaint. The 
complainant advised of the excessive 
amount of cats in the area the neighbor 
feeds. All of the cats are stray and live 
outside. The complainant was advised to 
contact animal control and the health dept. 
due to this not being a Police matter.

The neighbor was then advised of the 
situation as well as what I stated to the 
complainant.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181227
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Speak To Officer
637 CHERRY ST 

Complainant: JASEE BROWN

Report of a speak with officer at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
she left her child live with a family for a few 
months until she got some issues cleared 
up. She advised that the family will not give 
her the child back. The family resides out 
side the city limits and she was advised of 
her options.


PTL Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181228
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
1526 SOUTHEAST BLVD 

Complainant: TAYLOR HOLENCHICK

Officers responded to the 1500 block of S E 
Blvd in reference to a mental situation. 
Complainant advised that one of her clients 
was running through back yards in the rain 
and requested officers assistance. 

Upon arrival, the subject was already back 
inside the residence, but was advising that 
she wanted to get medical help for anger 
problems. The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene and the subject 
was ultimately transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181223
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
Structure Fire
546 FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin St for a possible structure fire. 
Officer met with the caller who advised that 
what he first thought was a structure fire 
was actually a burn barrel with a male 
individual attending it. Officer made contact 
with the male individual and affirmed only 
seasoned fire wood was being burned. 

The individual had used a small amount of 
accelerant on the fire, causing a brief flare 
up, but the fire was burning normal when 
officers arrived. 

Salem FD personnel subsequently spoke 
with the individual and officers cleared.



Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181222
Date: Thursday, March 1,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
443 CONTINENTAL DR 49

Complainant: JEREMY CRIHFIELD

Officers were dispatched to the Laurel 
Court Apartments in the 400 block of 
Continental Dr in reference to a burglary in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
complainant who advised that he observed 
a black female attempting to gain entry to 
his residence. 

Officers checked the area, but were not 
able to locate anyone. Officers did not 
observe any signs of forced entry. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181220
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Assist Other Agency
S UNIONAVE / OAK ST

Complainant: OHP POST, LISBON

Arrested: SKYLER DEVORE,  WOOSTER, 
OH 44691 3428

On 2/28/2018 officers responded to the 
area of S. Union and Oak Street in regards 
to assisting Ohio State Highway Patrol 
Trooper on a traffic stop.

 Officers stood by with the troopers until 
they concluded their investigation involving 
a stolen vehicle. Officers then cleared afer 
Troopers placed the driver under arrested 
with out incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181219
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Unauthorized Use Of MV
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: DELANEY BROWN,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431

Officers were advised of a female 
complainant on station to file an 
unauthorized use of a motor vehicle report.

The complainant advised that a male 
subject known to her took her vehicle while 
they were at a business in the 100 block of 
E. State Street. 

Officers were present at a residence in the 
200 block of Fair Avenue for a drug 
overdose incident involving the male 
subject (Incident #20181218). The 
complainants vehicle, a black 2007 Ford 
Fusion, was located in the driveway at the 
residence on Fair Avenue. The complainant 
was advised and she responded to the 
residence. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised she did not tell 
the male subject he could take the vehicle, 
but only wished to retrieve her vehicle and 
not pursue criminal charges. The 
complainant advised the male subject is her 
ex-boyfriend and they had been arguing 
earlier when they were together. 

Officers obtained the keys to the vehicle 
from the residence and provided them to 
the complainant.

The complainant did not report any damage 
or items missing.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181218
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Drug Overdose
218 FAIR AVE

Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance to 218 Fair Ave. for a drug 
overdose. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with a male 
and female subject on the porch of the 
residence who advised us that the subject 
who overdosed was on the second floor of 
the home. 

Upon investigation it was found a second 
subject had also overdosed and a second 
ambulance was requested. EMT 
Ambulance responded. The Salem Fire 
Dept. First Responders administered 
Naloxone to both subjects. 

One subject, a female was transported to 
Salem Regional Medical Center for 
treatment by EMT Ambulance. The second 
subject, a male later refused to be 
transported to the hospital by KLG. A follow 
up investigation was conducted with the 
female at the hospital. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181217
Date: Wednesday. Februarv 28.2018
Drug . Narcotic Abuse
615 S LINCOLN AVE 8

While officers were attempting to serve an 
arrest warrant in an apartment building in 
the 600 block of S Lincoln Ave, officers 
observed a strong odor of marijuana 
coming from a different apartment. Officers 
made contact with the male who resides 
there and questioned him about the 
marijuna. The male ultimately admitted to 
smoking and possessing the marijuana. 

It was then confiscated and he was issued 
a citation for Possession of Drugs-
Marijuana (Salem ORD 513.03C2). 

He was given a mandatory court date of 
March 5, 2018 in the CCMC.


Cited: Matthew R. Warren DOB 1984
615 S Lincoln Ave Apt 8
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: MM-Possession of Drugs-
Marijuana (Salem ORD 513.03C2)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181216
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
615 S LINCOLN AVE 

Officers attempted to serve an arrest 
warrant at the above address on a male 
subject who had an active arrest warrant 
out of the Columbiana County Sheriffs 
Office. It appeared that nobody was home 
and officers had negative contact with the 
subject.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181214
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1260 SOUTHEAST BLVD 33

Complainant: KENNETH HULL

Officers responded to 1260 Southeast 
Blvd.Apt.#33 to speak with the male 
complainant in reference to his 15 year old 
daughter who left the residence on a bicycle 
without permission. While enroute, the 
complainant called back and advised that 
his daughter had returned home. 

Officer continued to the residence to assure 
there were no further problems. Upon 
arrival, officers did speak with the 
complainant and his daughter. The 
daughter was advised that she has to follow 
her father's rules. Nothing further was 
needed and officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181213
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Child Custody Dispute
195 SHARP AVE 1/2

Complainant: KAMERON HORNING

Complainant had responded to Salem PD 
after finding a dog at large on W State St. 
The complainant advised while on his way 
to pick up his children on Sharp Ave for 
court ordered visitation, that the dog 
crossed State St and had almost been 
struck by a car near Benton Rd. After 
containing the dog, the complainant had 
contacted his childrens mother to see if his 
father could come pick up the kids (which 
the complainant stated is defined as 
permissible on the court visitation papers). 
The children mother reportedly began 
yelling at the complainant and advised that 
she would not release the children to the 
complainants father. 

Complainant requested documentation of 
this.

The dogs owner was subsequently located 
by Salem disptach via social media posts, 
and the complainant subsequently returned 
it directly to the owner at Salem PD. 


Sgt B Slider



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181212
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Speak To Officer
1763 OAK ST

Complainant: KRISTIN ENGLERT

Complainant had responded to Salem PD 
and requested documentation of a text 
message that some person(s) had sent to a 
family member of the complainant. 

No crime had been committed, however the 
nature of the message concerned the 
complainant that it could have been related 
to possible criminal conduct. 


Sgt B Slider



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Thursday, March 01, 2018
09:14 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181195
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
HAWLEY AVE / CLEVELAND ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers on patrol responded to a citizens 
complaint of suspicious activity/drug activity 
in an alley by Hawley Ave.  and Cleveland 
St. Officers located the vehicle, contact with 
the occupants, K9 Simon was deployed and 
indicated to the presence of narcotic odor. 

Contraband was located and after an 
investigation all three occupants were 
charged. Also due to a small child in the 
vehcile while the occupants were smoking 
the report will be forwarded to CCJFS.


Cited: Makayla S. Sandoe D0B:1997 of 
38031 Mattix Rd. Lisbon Oh
Charge:MM Possession of Marijuana 
CCMC date of 3-6-18

Cited: Avery L. Sandoe DOB:1995 of 281 E 
7th St Salem Oh
Charge: MM Possession of Marijuana 
CCMC date of 3-6-18

Cited: Logan A. Rodden DOB:1999 of 1049 
E 3rd St. Salem
Charge: MM Possession of Marijuana 
CCMC date of 3-6-18


Ptl. M. Garber 




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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181193
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Assist Other Agency
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: SALEM REGIONAL 
MEDICAL

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist hospital staff in transferring a patient. 
Officers did assist and cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181202
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Reckless Operator
1400 BLOCK OF E PERSHING

Report of a vehicle operating recklessly in 
the area of the above location. Officer 
responded and located the vehicle in 
question. Officer followed the vehicle for 
several blocks to monitor the driving and no 
violations were observed.


Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181201
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
944 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a 911 hang up call. Officers spoke with a 
male subject who stated that he 
accidentally called 911 due to having a 
verbal argument with his girlfriend who left 
prior to Officers arrival, the male subject did 
not want a report made.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181203
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Suspicious Person
445 PROSPECT ST

Officers responded to the above location 
and talked with the complainant who 
advised a young male was walking around 
their vehicles and the tanks out side. When 
asked what he was doing he gave different 
excuses about looking for a wallet.

The complainant advised the male 
appeared to be looking in their vehicle 
windows.

Officer(s) checked the area and did not 
locate the male subject at time of report.

Male: young, baggie pants, hoodie with it 
over his head and then taking down.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181204
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Suspicious Person
NEWGARDEN AVE / PROSPECT

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and located a white male wearing a red 
hoodie with blue jeans on and a female with 
a pink shirt, black pants in the back of 
Salem Welding.

Officer spoke with both who advised that 
the brother of the male supposedly lost his 
Jordan back pack in a yard area between 
Arch & Prospect. The back pack contained 
his new brown colored bi-fold wallet with his 
new ID, bank card, health card and other 
miscellaneous papers in it.
So far he has not been able locate it. He 
also advised that there was a football also.

Officer advised them both that the owners 
of the property called and did not want them 
on their properties.

They both advised they would stay 
away.They also advised that they did not 
look in any vehicle windows but did look 
under the propane tanks looking for the 
back.

Both left the area.


Ptl. French



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181207
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Medical Problem / Assist
WASHINGTON AVE / OAK ST

Officer responded to the above location to 
check the well being of an elderly female. 
She advised that she had been walking for 
quite sometime and had fallen. Officer 
requested the first responders and EMS to 
check the female. She was ultimately 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT ambulance.


Sgt. D. Green



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181208
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
S LINCOLN AVE / E PERSHING STREET

Complainant: SFD, 260 S ELLSWORTH 
AVE

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the F. D. who advised that an 
elderly female had flagged them down 
advising she couldn't remember where she 
was or who she was.

After some questions KLG arrived on scene 
and advised they would transport the 
female.

Officer did have dispatch locate a phone 
number for her son who was at work. KLG 
advised they would make contact with the 
son.

Officer cleared.


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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181209
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
E STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH STREET

Police and FD assisted a disabled semi at 
E. State St and N. Ellsworth Ave. The 
vehicle had a broken fuel line and had 
stopped before the intersection. Police then 
shut down all westbound traffic on E. State 
St. FD and the road crew cleaned up the 
spill. Davidsons Towing arrived on scene 
and removed the vehicle.


Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181210
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: KIMBERLY AFANADOR

TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

The driver of Unit#l advised that a male 
subject in a orange colored newer model 
truck had struck the rear of her vehicle as 
she was slowing for traffic at the above 
intersection. She advised that she pulled 
into Consumers Bank and that he left the 
area southbound without stopping. 

The First Responders, KLG responded as 
she was advising of a possible injury. The 
driver of Unit#l was transported to Salem 
E.R. by KLG. 

Minor damage was observed to the rear of 
Unit#l at the time of the accident.


PTL Miller



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181211
Date: Wednesday, February 28,2018
Harassment 
500 E FOURTH ST 414

Complainant: JOESPH MASON

Officer responded to the 500 block of E 
Fourth St in reference to a harassment 
complaint. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with complainant 
who advised that two females known to him 
will not stop calling his cell phone. He 
advised that there have been numerous 
phone calls and he had already advised 
them to cease contact. Officer advised that 
contact would be made with both females to 
advise them to cease.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181192
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation 
229 N ELLSWORTH AVE

While conducting follow up investigation in 
the 200 block of N. Ellsworth Ave. K9 
Simon was deployed and indicated to the 
presence of narcotic odor on the suspects 
vehicle. A small amount of contraband 
debris was observed in the vehicle. 

The suspect was advised of this and 
officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181194
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Possible Scam
1044 W PERRY ST 301

Complainant: SALLY HEITZENRATER

EXTRA WATCH

Complainant reported a scam artist had 
called her and claimed she had won two 
million dollars. He plans to stop at her 
residence tomorrow but needs $160 cash 
up front to continue. Complainant did not 
give out her personal information but the 
man probably knows her address. He 
claimed his name was Michael Anderson 
and his company is American Money 
Company. 

Reporting officer advised her to call PD if 
anything else was needed and this 
information would be passed on to following 
shifts.



PTL Banar



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181198
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Dog At Large

Complainant: Matthew Texter

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that he found a 
loose dog on E. Fifth St. and that he had it 
in his car with him. The city's humane 
officer took possession of the dog. The 
owner of the dog called the PD later in the 
evening and was given contact info for the 
humane officer.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Wednesday, February 28, 2018
08:14 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181191
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Loud Music From MV
N UNION AVE / CLEVELAND ST
PARKING LOT

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

(2/27/2018 16:44:59 By: 172) SUBJ WAS 
ADVISED

After a loud music complaint this Officer 
responded to and heard loud bass from a 
Camaro on private property at the 
southeast corner of Cleveland and Union. 
Male in the Camaro was warned of the city 
ordinance of loud music from motor 
vehicles. Male was unreceptive of the 
ordinance and warning but caused no 
further problems.


Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181189
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Accidental Damage
2586 E STATE ST A

Complainant: STACIE BIDDLE

Complainant advised she was driving her 
2018 Ford westbound on SR 14 within the 
city in the 2500 blk when a Jeep passed her 
and a stone came out of his tire and 
projected into her front windshield. The 
stone was large enough to cause visible 
damage to the front lower center portion. 
Photo taken of damage. 

Officer did not see the other vehicle as it 
continued on. It was described as a burnt 
orange Jeep with no fender flares.

Banar901



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181188
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Fraud
1048 E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer spoke with a complainant at the 
police station regarding fraudulent activity 
on a bank card. The complainant advised 
that he cancelled a service several months 
ago and has still been receiving charges 
from the service. The complainant did have 
paperwork showing that the service was 
cancelled months ago. 

The complainant had already been in touch 
with his bank and a report number was 
issued.



Ptl D Beeson



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181184
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION 

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. On arrival 
officers spoke with the clerk on duty. The 
clerk stated that a unknown person in a 
Black Chevy truck had pumped $49.30 in 
gas and then fled the area without 
rendering payment. Officers checked the 
area and were unable to locate the vehicle 
in question. Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181183
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 033
311 W SEVENTH ST 

Complainant: DAN BRADLEY

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
West 7th St for a report of a vehicle parked 
in the roadway. On arrival officers were 
unable to locate the vehicle in question. (the 
complainant did call to state that the vehicle 
in question had been moved) Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181182
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Speak To Officer
1158 0AK ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officer(s) responded to the 1100 block of 
Oak St for a reported speak with officer 
complaint. On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. the complainant stated that 
she had some concerns about the edge of 
the roadway due to persons parking in the 
curb lawn. Officers advised the complainant 
that they would speak with the persons in 
question and have the Street Dept check on 
the roadway. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181181
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Public Assist
1995 E STATE ST A

Complainant: SALEM REGIONAL, 
HOSPITAL 

Officer(s) responded to the 1900 block of 
East State St to assist the staff with a 
patient. On arrival officers stood by until the 
issue was resolved. 

Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181180
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST A

Officer took a report on station of a private 
property hit-skip crash that occurred in the 
2800 block of E State St.

Officer documented the damage and will 
check with the store for video of the 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181179
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Civil Matter
1433 SALEM PARKWAY 

Complainant: NEAL McLAUGHLIN

Officers met a complainant on station who 
wished to speak with an officer. When 
officers met with the complainant he stated 
that a subject that was the son of one of the 
owners to his business came in and had 
gotten into a verbal argument with him. The 
complainant stated that the subject had 
gotten angry and slammed his door to his 
office and had broken the trim around the 
door. 

The complainant stated that they only 
wanted a report on file and not to press any 
charges at this time.


Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181178
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Recovered Property 
100 BLOCK OF S CUNNINGHAM 

Complainant: ALFRED FITCH

Complainant dropped off a license plate 
that he had found lying on the road in the 
100 block of South Cunningham Rd. 
Reporting officer secured the plate and will 
attempt to locate the owner.


Lt. David Castol

02/26/18 1530 hrs, the owner of the license 
plate contacted this officer and stated since 
the plate was expired that this officer could 
destroy it for him. Reporting officer advised 
the complainant that the item would be cut 
up.


Lt. David L. Casto



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181176
Date: Tuesday, February 27,2018
Obstructed Roadway 
100 BLOCK OF W SIXTEENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
W16th St. and N. Ellsworth Ave. for a traffic 
complaint. When officers arrived on scene 
they spoke with the construction crew that 
was present, who stated that they had the 
road on W. 16 th St. block momentarily to 
fuel their equipment. The complainant did 
not wish to speak to an officer.

Officers cleared without incident.


Ptl. Connolly




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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181174
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Traffic Offense
100 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN A


Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop with a 
vehicle for an equipment violation, 

K9 Simon was then requested to respond to 
the scene. K9 Simon did then subsequently 
indicate to the presence of narcotic odor, 
upon performing a probable cause search 
of the vehicle officers did locate marijuana 
and marijuana paraphernalia inside of the 
vehicle. The driver was issued a citation for 
Possession of Marijuana and High Beams 
On and was given a court date of 
03/06/2018 at CCMC.


Cited: Jack D Flory
DOB: 1992
Address: 12205 Goshen Road Lot 220, 
Salem, Ohio, 44460
Charge(s): Failure to Dim High Beams On 
(ORD 337.14), Possession of Marijuana 
(MM)(ORD 513.03C2)



Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181173
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Check Well Being
100 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN

Complainant: WALLA, PTL 

Officer on patrol observed a male subject 
leaning up against a light pole in the 100 
block of N Lincoln and was concerned for 
his well being. 

Upon checking on the male subject it was 
found that he was okay and that he was just 
using a businesses wifi Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181172
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Traffic Offense
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for 2 
equiptment violations in the 100 block of W 
State St. Officer during the stop smelled 
contraband and it was conmfirmed by K9 
Simon with a positive indication to narcotic 
odor. The vehicle was found to have 
contraband inside of it as well as on the 
passengers person. 

The driver was given a warning for the 
equiptment violations and the passenger 
was cited for the contraband. Officers 
cleared without further incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181171
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Disorderly / Irate Person
1995 E STATE ST A 
HOSPlTAL

Officers responded to the 1900 block of E 
State St for a report of a disorderly hospital 
patient. Officers arrived and assisted until 
no longer needed.



Ptl D Beeson



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Tuesday, February 27, 2018
09:43 AM -0500

Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181159
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE 

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Pennsylvania Ave. for a Semi Truck in a 
ditch. When officers arrived on scene they 
made contact with the driver of who stated 
he said he misjudged the end of the 
driveway.

Officers had Unit #1 towed out of the ditch 
with no damage to Semi Truck or property.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police De~artment lncident #: 
20181160
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

While on patrol officers observed a disabled 
semi truck in the 800 block of Pennsylvania 
Ave. Officers provided traffic control until 
the vehicle could be moved. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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Salem Police Story Incident#: 20181162
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
717 S LUNDY AVE 

Complainant: LEILA SCHREFFLER, 
NORTH JACKSON, OH 44451 

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
S. Lundy Ave. for a possible protection 
order violation. When officers arrived on 
scene they spoke with the complainant who 
stated that the subject was contacting her 
via text messages. She stated that she had 
a protection order against the subject. 

Officers looked over court documents which 
were not a protection order. Officers stated 
that this was Telecommunication 
Harassment and that they would make a 
report about the indecent.



Ptl. Connolly



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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20181163
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
School Bus Violation
S ELLSWORTH AVE / RAILROAD

A report was received that a school bus 
driver witnessed a violation within the city of 
Salem. A vehicle registration was provided 
but did not exist in the system therefore 
officer was unable to follow up.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181164
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Accident Private Property
187 S BROADWAY AVE
GOODWILL STORE


Unit 1 Honda Pilot, driver: Brenda Johnson

Unit 2 Chevy Sonic, driver: Anna Salvino


Unit 2 was parked behind Goodwill in a 
legal space. Unit 1 pulled off E. Pershing St. 
into the parking lot behind Goodwill when 
unit 2 backed up and into the left side of 
unit 1. This caused unit 2 to sustain 
damage to its left rear bumper. 

Photos taken of damages to each vehicle 
and no cite issued. No injury reported or 
observed. 


Banar901



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Salem Police Department lncident #: 
20181166
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Check Well Being
2561 LEXINGTON AVE 46

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY 
COUNCEL

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a well being check. 

Upon arrival, officers located a subject that 
advised he was having thoughts of harming 
himself. The subject voluntarily was 
transported to
Salem ER by KLG to seek assistance.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181155
Date: Sunday, February 25,2018
Intoxicated Person 
348 W SEVENTH ST

Complainant: JEFFREY CULP

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
W Seventh St in reference to an intoxicated 
person. Complainant advised that his 
intoxicated brother was outside the rear of 
his residence smashing beer bottles on the 
ground and on his head. Officers 
responded, but the subject had fled the 
scene on foot. 

Officers searched the area and attempted 
to make contact at his residence, in the 500 
block of N Lincoln Ave, but were unable to 
locate him.

Officers later located the subject in the 100 
block of W State St and questioned him 
about the incident. The subject denied the 
alleged acts and no injuries were observed. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story lncident #: 20181156
Date: Sunday, February 25,2018
Speak To Officer 
348 W SEVENTH ST B 

Complainant: TINA CULP

Complainant on station to report that she 
was receiving unwanted text messages 
from her son. Complainant advised that her 
son, who was intoxicated, was sending 
harassing text messages to her cell phone 
along with threats of committing suicide. 

Officer provided the complainant with her 
options for dealing with the text messages 
and advised that an attempt would be made 
to make contact with her son. Officers 
responded to the subject's residence, in the 
500 block of N Lincoln Ave, to check on him 
but he was not home. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181157
Date: Sunday, February 25,2018
Assist Other Agency
N ELLSWORTH AVE / SALEM WARREN 
RD

Complainant: GOSHEN TWP, PD

Officers responded to the above location to 
at the request of Goshen PD in an attempt 
to locate a vehicle , which had been 
involved in a hit/skip accident. 

Officers checked the area and monitored 
traffic but did not observe the vehicle in 
question. Officers cleared.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Salem Police Story Incident #: 20181158
Date: Monday, February 26,2018
Domestic In Progress
944 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: MONIQUE FISH

Officers responded to the 900 block of E 
Fourth St in reference to a domestic in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
complainant who advised officers that the 
male subject had already left the residence 
and
that officers were no longer needed. No 
injuries were observed and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Monday, February 26, 2018
09:45 AM -0500

Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181141
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST F 
GIANT EAGLE PARKING LOT


Unit#l 2003 FORD 4s BLUE/ Driver: 
KATLYN CLEMENS, Owner DEIDRE 
MITCHELL 

Unit#2 2017 JEEP SW WHITE / 
Driver/Owner CARL MARX 


Police responded to Giant Eagle for a 
private property accident involving two 
motor vehicles. Unit#l started to back out of 
a parking spot when they did not observe 
Unit#2. The rear passenger of Unit# 1 
struck the front passenger of Unit# 2. No 
injuries were reported. Both vehicles had 
minor damage and were able to drive away 
from the scene.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181152
Date: Sunday, February 25,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
325 W STATE ST 


Officers responded to the above location for 
vehicle versus bicycle accident. Officers 
made contact with a male subject who was 
riding the bicycle who stated he wasn't 
watching where he was riding at and ran 
into the vehicle.

The male subject said he spoke with the 
female driver of the vehicle nobody was 
hurt and didn't want to file a report.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181150
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Traffic Offense
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILROAD 

Complainant: MILLER, PTL D 231 S 
BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH

On 2/24/2018 officers did observe a silver in 
color sedan traveling North bound on S 
Ellsworth near Mullins with a headlight out. 
Officers then turned around and followed 
said vehicle and initiated a traffic stop on 
New Garden Ave near Railroad Street. 
Officers spoke with driver and advised him 
of the equipment issue. Once officers 
finished with the stop then cleared, Officers 
did so as well without incident.



-Plt. D Miller




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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181149
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Domestic In Progress
110 W PERSHING ST 2

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
Pershing St in reference to a domestic in 
progress. Complainant advised that his 
upstairs neighbors were arguing and he 
heard the female state that she needed an 
ambulance.

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
male and female who were yelling at each 
other. The female advised that her back 
was hurting, but had no injury. She denied 
medical attention. 

Officers advised the couple to keep the 
noise down out of respect for their 
neighbors. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181148
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Accident Private Property
2350 E STATE ST A

Police responded to Peebles parking lot for 
a private property accident involving two 
motor vehicles. The front end of Unit#l 
struck the passanger side of Unit# 2. No 
injuries were reported. Both vehicle had 
minor damage and were able to drive away 
from the scene.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181146
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Theft
110 W PERSHING ST 2

Complainant: RAYMOND PETERS

Officer responded to the above address in 
reference to a theft report. Complainant 
advised that his live-in girlfriend had stolen 
his Visa debit card and his food stamp card 
while he was sleeping and left the 
residence.

Complainant advised that they have been 
arguing lately and he believes that she will 
spend his money. 

Officer located the subject at a residence in 
the 200 block of E Fourth St and questioned 
her about the items. She denied having 
taken them and officer observed that she 
did not have his items on her person. 
Officer later spoke with the complainant 
who advised that the items were not stolen, 
but just misplaced and they were back in 
his possession.



Ptl. Cochran



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Sunday, February 25, 2018
09:49 AM -0500

Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181145
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Accidental Damage
2350 E STATE ST H
PARKING LOT

Complainant: JONATHON VANCAMP,  
OYSTER RD ALLIANCE, OH 

A subject came to the Police Dept in 
reference a possible hit skip. The 
complainant stated when he came out of 
Hibbetts Sports he noticed the vehicle was 
struck on the passanger side. The 
complainants vehicle had red paint where 
another vehicle had struck it.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181143
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Speak To Officer
345 5 PERSHING ST

Complainant: RHIANNON EIKERT


Police spoke with a female subject over an 
incident that occurred in the 300 block of W. 
Pershing St. The female advised she had 
was invited to the residence when an other 
female there had threaten her. The 
complainant then advised that the other 
female had taken her shoes off of her and 
made her leave. Police attempted to make 
contact at the residence and no one inside 
would answer the door. The complainant 
was transported to her residence in the 600 
block of E. 7th St. Further investigation 
pending.



Ptl Osberg



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181140
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Accidental Damage
300 FAIR AVE 

Report of a possible dispute at the above 
address. Upon arrival, it was found that 
there was an argument earlier and that 
when the juvenile was going to her 
grandpa's house she shut the door and it 
was locked. While knocking on the glass of 
the door her right arm went through the 
window causing several large cuts to her 
arm.

The first responders where advised and 
they responded. She was treated by the 
Salem F.D., the mother took her to the 
Salem E.R.



PTL Miller



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181142
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
300 FRANKLIN AVE 028

Complainant: SCOTT MCPEAK,  
COLUMBIANA

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and talked with a male and female in the 
black colored Jeep with a Michigan license 
plate sitting in the parking lot that the 
complainant called about watching them for 
some time now while he was with his 
children.

It was found that the complainant brought 
the children there to the church for visitation 
with the ex-wife/mother of the children.

The male and female in the vehicle were 
friends of the ex-wife/mother and they were 
there just to keep an eye out so there 
wasn't any problems during their friends 
visitation.

According to the couple in the Jeep there is 
to be some sort of a supervisor there 
watching but there hasn't been one so they 
are trying to help their friend out they were 
there last week also.

Officer advised them this was fine as long 
as they didn't interfere which they advised 
they were not, they were only sitting in the 
lot with their vehicle off waiting for the 
visitation to be over.

Officer cleared.



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181139
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
975 ADAMS AVE

B&E at the above address. Upon arrival, a 
family member advised that someone had 
broken into the residence.  There was signs 
of forced entry observed, officers checked 
the residence and no one was found. 

All was gathered for the report and the 
matter is under investigation.



PTL Miller



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181138
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
400 BLOCK OF S UNION AVE

Complainant: RODNEY THOMPSON

Officers responded to the above location for 
a hit skip accident. Officers spoke with a 
complainant who stated that a big red truck 
was traveling Northbound on South Union 
when it struck the side mirror of a 
unoccupied truck parked on the side of the 
road. Officers checked the area for the 
vehicle and was unable to locate, 

Officers made contact with the owner of the 
damaged vehicle and advised them of the 
accident.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181137
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Fight 
HAWLE Y AVE / CLEVELAND ST 

Complainant: NICOLE LEE

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Hawley Avenue and Cleveland Street for a 
large fight in the roadway.

Officers responded and observed several 
subjects in the area yelling. Officers made 
contact with all the subjects and they were 
separated. Officers spoke with a male and 
female subject who reside in the 200 block 
of Hawley Avenue and the female subject 
stated that she had been assaulted by 
another male. The female advised that 
there had been an earlier incident and two 
males from across the street came on to 
her property and her
husband went out to tell them to leave. She 
stated that while she was outside one of the 
males was asking them to fight and then the 
male pushed her and put his hands on her. 
No injury was reported. 

Officers spoke with the complainant and 
another female subject at the complainants 
residence, who both advised they seen the 
male subject push the female subject on 
her property. 

Officers made contact with the male 
subject, who was intoxicated, and another 
male and female subject that was with him. 
Officers were advised by those subjects 
that the other female and her husband were 
aggressive towards them and pushed them. 
After obtaining statements from parties 
involved the male subject that pushed the 
female subject was subsequently arrested 
for assault. 

He was transported back to the police 
department for booking and then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Carlos Berrera Tomas 236 
Alabama Ave. Apt. 8 Sebring, Ohio 44672 
(DOB: 1994)
Assault M1



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181136
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Loud Persons
207 HAWLEY AVE

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a car horn going off. Officer 
arrived on scene and located the subject 
sitting in the driver seat and continuously 
using the horn. Contact was made with the 
subject who advised that she was trying to 
get her boyfriends attention as she was 
ready to go home. 

It was determined that the subject had 
consumed alcohol this evening and this 
officer would not permit her to drive. The 
subject was allowed to stay at her 
boyfriend's brother home for the evening.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Salem Police Stories Incident#: 20181135
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer responded to the police department 
to assist an Ohio Highway State Patrol 
Trooper with a BAC DATAMASTER test. 
The male subject was cooperative and 
officer cleared with out incident.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181134
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Person With A Knife
1995 E STATE ST A

Complainant: SALEM, ER 1995 E STATE 
ST

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a person in the ER waiting 
area, who was sleeping and had a knife on 
them. 

Officers made contact with the subject who 
advised that he was waiting to obtain a ride 
home. It was advised that the subject was 
not causing a problem nor did he threaten 
anyone. The subject agreed to give his 
knife to the security staff, which will be 
returned to him when he obtains his ride 
and leaves the premises.


Ptl. LaRosa



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181133
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
205 S HOWARD AVE

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
S Howard Ave in reference to a domestic 
dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the female 
victim who advised that she and her ex-
boyfriend, with whom she recently broke up, 
had gotten into a physical altercation. The 
female advised that she and the male were 
arguing over relationship issues and he 
refused to let her leave the bedroom they 
were fighting in. 

She advised that the male grabbed her 
around the waist, which resulted in him 
scratching her left leg. 

Several scratches were observed.

Officers later located the male at a 
residence on Rose Ave, after he had left the 
scene. During the investigation, it was 
learned that the male had redlpurple 
bruising on his left rib cage, as well as a 
scratch on his right rib cage.

The male advised that the female had jump 
on top of him, pulled his hair, and punched 
him, causing the bruising.

Both the male and female were taken into 
custody for Domestic Violence and 
transported to the police department for 
processing. They were later transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Chanse E. Allison DOB 1996
205 S Howard Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (ORC 
2919.25A)


Arrested: Lacey M. Shasteen DOB 1996
205 S Howard Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (ORC 
2919.25A)



Ptl. Cochran



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181132
Date: Saturday, February 24,2018
Accident MV vs Pedestrian
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

On 21241201 8 officers were dispatched to 
the Dunkin Donuts off of S. Cunningham 
Road in regards to a car vs. pedestrian that 
took place in the parking lot. Upon arrival 
officers spoke with the victim and gathered 
all the information pertaining to the incident. 
After investigation the subject stated that he 
was having issues with several of the 
occupants inside of the vehicle and while it 
was moving from the East towards the West 
of the parking lot, he then jumped onto the 
vehicle while it was in motion and was then 
dragged. 

Salem FD along with KLG were then 
notified to check the male victim for injuries. 
Once Salem FD along with KLG were on 
scene and all information was gathered 
from the male subject and he then refused 
to go to the hospital with KLG and had it 
arranged to have family members were 
going to take him instead. Once the victim's 
family had him officers then cleared with out 
incident.

Officers later spoke with the occupants of 
the vehicle at the police department who 
advised that the male subject had jumped 
on their vehicle due to prior issues. All 
subjects involved advised they did not wish 
to pursue any possible criminal charges.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181131
Date: Saturday. Februarv 24.2018
Suspicious Vehicle
WATERWORTH PARK

While on patrol , officer came across a 
suspicious vehicle in the park after hours. 
The subjects were advised of park hours 
and told to leave the area. No further info 
was obtained from the subjects due to a 
priority call.



LaROSA, PTL 



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Salem Police Stories lncident #: 20181130
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL DR / E PERSHING ST
PAR K PLAYGROUND

On 2/24/02018 officers located a suspicious 
vehicle in Centennial Park at the E Pershing 
Street entrance.

Officers spoke with the driver of vehicle and 
advised him of park hours. Once the driver 
of the vehicle understood he then left the 
park. Officers then cleared without incident.




-Ptl. D Miller



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181129
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
725 SALEM PARKWAY WEST
FACTORY / MILL

Complainant: Brian Bagwell,  Rootstown, 
OH 

Officers were dispatched to the 1700 block 
of Salem Parkway West for a report of a 
suspicious white Ford truck going to the 
businesses in the area. The complainant 
advised that he had seen the vehicle before 
at their business and that he was also 
present in the area in a burgundy truck. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
a male subject at the end of Salem Parkway 
West. The subject advised that he was 
going through the trash receptacles at the 
businesses. The complainant advised that 
he is an employee of one of the businesses 
and he wished for the male subject to not 
return there. The subject was advised not to 
return. The subject appeared to have only 
trash items in his truck. 

Information was obtained for the male 
subject should anything of value be 
reported missing. The subject was also 
advised to get permission from the 
businesses to enter the property.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Salem Police Stories Incident #: 20181127
Date: Friday, February 23,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
2875 E STATE ST A 

Officer on patrol in the 2800 block of E. 
State Street (WalMart) observed a female 
subject that had an active arrest warrant out 
of Columbiana County Sheriff Department. 
Contact was made with the female subject 
who was advised of the warrant. The 
subject advised she was at the store with 
her elderly grandmother and two small 
children. Due to the circumstances with her 
children, the subject was given a courtesy 
transported back to her residence in the 
700 block of E. Fifth Street to obtain items 
needed for her children. The subjects 
grandmother also responded to the 
residence with her children. The subject 
obtained belongings for the care of her 
children and they left with her grandmother. 
The subject was then taken in to custody for 
the warrant and transported back to the 
Salem Police Dept. 

Once the subject was booked, she was 
released to a Columbiana County Sheriff 
Deputy.



Arrested: Dana L. McGilvary 705 E. Fifth 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1983)
Warrant - Failure to Appear on OVI Offense



Ptl. C. Crider



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

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

Complainant: MARILYN BLACKBURN

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


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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

Complainant: KRISTA RHODES

Report of illegally dumping at the above 
address. 

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


Ptl. R.Miller



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

Complainant: CARE4ME

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


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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

Complainant: HEATHER BADDELEY

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

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



Sgt. D. Green



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

Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION

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



Sgt. D. Green



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

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



Lt. David L. Casto



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

Complainant: JEREMY HANSON

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

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

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

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

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

The driver also used vulgarities towards the 
complainant.

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

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



Ptl. French



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

Complainant: RON GEIST

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

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



PTL MILLER



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

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

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

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


Sgt. D. Green



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

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

KLG and The coroner were contacted.



PTL Brooks



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

Complainant: TRACEY KIBLER

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



Ptl R Keister



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

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



Ptl. M. Garber



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

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

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

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


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



Ptl. J.Brooks



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

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



Ptl. M. Garber



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

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

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

Officers cleared



Ptl R Keister



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


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

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


Banar901



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

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



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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

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



PTL BROOKS



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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



Ptl. M. Garber 



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

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE

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



Ptl. J.Brooks



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

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

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



Ptl R Keister



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

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

Complainant: TREVOR LODGE

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

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



Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: CHRISTINE BOURNE

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

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

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

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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

Complainant: JAMIE BUCKLEY

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

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

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



Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

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



Ptl. Cochran



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

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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

Complainant: STACEY WADE

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

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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

Complainant: RICHARD DOTSON

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

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



-Ptl. D Miller



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

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

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



-Ptl. D Miller



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


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

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



-Ptl. D Miller



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

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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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

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



Ptl Miller



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

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

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


Ptl Miller



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

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



Ptl. French



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

Complainant: TRACY WEST

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

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


Sgt. D. Green



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


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


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



Sgt. D. Green



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


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

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



Ptl Osberg



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

Complainant: LARRY SHIELDS

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

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

The complainant wanted the incident 
documented at this time.


Sgt. D. Green



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

Complainant: CHRISTINA MINGER

Report of a missing juvenile at the above 
address. 

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

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


Ptl Miller



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

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

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

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



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



Ptl Osberg



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

Complainant: DANIEL BELL

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

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

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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

Complainant: EDWARD KANE

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

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


Ptl. B. Smith



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

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

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


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



Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: SAMUEL ORR

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

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

Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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

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



Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: ASHLEY MARIANO

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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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

COM JAMES SHEARER


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Nothing further with this incident at this 
time.

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



Ptl. French



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

COM KAYLA CLAYTON

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

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

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

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



Ptl. French



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

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



Ptl. Miller



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

COM EMILY BERNSTEIN

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

Complainant just wanted the incident 
documented at this time.



Ptl. Miller



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

COM CALLER, UKNOWN 

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



Ptl. Miller



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

COM DONNA ADAMS,  BOARDMAN, OH 
44512

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

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

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

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

Officer advised them of the complaint and 
cleared.



Ptl. French



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


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


Ptl. E. Perry



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

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



Ptl. E. Perry



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

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


Ptl D Beeson



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

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


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


Ptl. M. Garber



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

COM DEBBIE BEECH

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



Ptl. M. Garber



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

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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

Officers advised the persons of the 
complaint then cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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

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



Ptl R Keister



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

COM EMT, AMBULANCE

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

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



Ptl. Connolly



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

COM PERRY TOWNSHIP, POLICE

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



Sgt. K. Toy



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

COM ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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

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

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

Investigation Pending.



Ptl. Connolly



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

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

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


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



Ptl. J.Brooks



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

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

Complainant: BOGGS, MICHAEL 

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


Unit #2, JOHN STUCKEY

Two Vehicle Accident wllnjuries 

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

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



Sgt. K. Toy



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 0

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



Ptl R Keister



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

Complainant: PEGGY MARRIE

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

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


Ptl. Connolly



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

Complainant: SOS SECURITY, SYSTEMS 

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



Ptl. E. Perry



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

Complainant: PTPD

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



Ptl. M. Garber



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

Complainant: DOUGLASS MOFFElT

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



Ptl C Walla



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

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


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



Ptl D Beeson




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

Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. 

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


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



Ptl. D. Young



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

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



Ptl. D. Young



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

Complainant: SARAH McKINNEY

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



Ptl. E. Perry



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

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

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



Ptl. E. Perry



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

Complainant: CHELSEA 

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


Banar901



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

Complainant: EMILIE LAVOGUE,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431 

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



Ptl. Connolly



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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



Sgt. K. toy



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

Complainant: CONNIE MILHOAN

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


Ptl. Connolly



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

Complainant: BOARDMAN, POLICE

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



Ptl D Beeson


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

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

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

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



Ptl D Beeson



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

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


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



Ptl. E. Perry



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

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

Officers advised that this issue would be 
civil.



Ptl C Walla



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

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



Ptl D Beeson



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

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

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


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



Ptl. E. Perry



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

Complainant: CRYSTAL WARD

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

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



Ptl. E. Perry



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

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


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



Ptl D Beeson



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

Complainant: TRINITY WALKER

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

See incident 20180919 for further.



Ptl. E. Perry



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

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



Ptl D Beeson



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

Complainant: ROBERT MCCRACKEN

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



Ptl D Beeson



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

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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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



Ptl Brooks



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


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

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

See Report #20180963



Sgt. K. Toy



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

Complainant: COLUMBIANA COUNTY, 
SHERIFF

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

Officers determined that it was accidental 
and cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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

Complainant: DEPUTY TUCKER

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



Sgt. K. Toy



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

Complainant: SARAH McKINNEY

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

Officer explained her options in dealing with 
the situation.



Sgt. K. Toy



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

Complainant: NANCY McKENZIE

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

Information is being gathered and the 
matter is under investigation.



Ptl LaRosa



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

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

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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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



Pti Osberg



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


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

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

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



Ptl Osberg



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

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

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


Ptl. B. Smith



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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

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



-Ptl. D Miller



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

Complainant: PERRY, TWP

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



Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: ZACHARY SABOL

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

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

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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

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



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


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


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

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



Ptl. French



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


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

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

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



Ptl. R.Miller



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

Complainant: KEVIN GLOVER,  
PAKERSBURGH, OH 44460 

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

Police checked the last known address 
which was vacant.



Ptl Osberg



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


Complainant: NICOLE KLEMANN

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

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

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

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: KATHY HUTCHMAN

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

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

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

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


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




Ptl. Cochran




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

Complainant: SCOTTGUAPPONE

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

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

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

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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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

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

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



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



Ptl. C. Crider




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

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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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


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

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

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

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

Also See lnc.#20180949


Ptl. B. Smith



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

Complainant: STEFANIE GRAHAM

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

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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

Complainant: SALEM, ER 1995 E STATE 
ST 

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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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



-Ptl. D Miller



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

Complainant: LECEY SHASTEEN

Report of a check well being at the above 
address. 

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



Ptl. D Miller



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

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


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



Lt. David L. Casto



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

Complainant: TRACIE FAULK

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

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



Sgt. D. Green



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

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



Sgt. D. Green



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

Complainant: MARTHA MANIS

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

Once getting the vehicle started , this officer 
then cleared.



Lt. David L. Casto



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

Complainant: KATIE 

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

Officer gave the complainant this number 
for their records.

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



Ptl. French



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

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


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

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


Ptl. French



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

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

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



Ptl. M.Wirkner 



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

Complainant: MICKAYLA PLUMMER,  
CORTLAND, OH 44410

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



Ptl Miller




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


Complainant: DANNY KAISER

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

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

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

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

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



Ptl. French



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

Complainant: GOSHEN, TWP 

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



Ptl. M. Garber




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

Complainant: ASHLEY MCCOY

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

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



Ptl R Keister



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

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

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


Ptl. M. Garber



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

Complainant: LUANN MARKOVICH

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

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

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



Ptl. D. Young



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

Complainant: KLG, AMBULANCE 

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

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



Ptl. D. Young



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

Complainant: ASHLEY BURBRUGG

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

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



Ptl. D. Young



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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

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



Ptl. M. Garber



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


While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for an equipment 
violation. During the stop the driver was 
found to have a suspended drivers license 
and the driver did give consent to search 
the vehicle. 

Marijuana and paraphernalia were located 
inside the vehicle. 

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


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


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



Ptl D Beeson



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

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

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



Ptl. D. Young



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

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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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


Unit 1 2006 Honda Accord
driver: Mark Trexler

Unit 2 2003 Chevy 3500 Express
driver: Kenneth Lude


Ptl. D.Banar



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

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

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


Ptl. Connolly



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

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

Officer then cleared.



Lt. David L. Casto



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

Complainant: JORDAN YOUNG

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

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

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


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



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

Complainant: PATRICIA THOMAS

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

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

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

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

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


Ptl.Banar901




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


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

under investigation


Ptl.Banat-901



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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



Ptl. Brooks



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

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



Ptl D Beeson



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

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

Two passengers in the vehicle were issued 
minor misdemeanor citations.



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


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



Ptl D Beeson



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

Complainant: SALEM FD

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

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



Ptl D Beeson



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


Unit 1 2014 Jeep 
driver: Robin Dennison 


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


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



Ptl. Banar901



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

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

COM KAREN MCCOWIN

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

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



Banar901



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

COM LESLIE FERGUSON

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



Sgt. K. Toy



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

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



Sgt. K. toy



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

COM LEEANN DILLOW

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

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

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


Sgt. K. Toy



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

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

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

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


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


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



Det. Sgt. John Scheets


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

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


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



Ptl. Cochran



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


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

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

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

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


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




Ptl. C. Crider



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

COM ANONYMOUS, COMPLAINTANT

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

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



Sgt B Slider



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

COM JAMES SHEARER

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

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



Ptl Osberg



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

COM KIMBERLEY WEIR

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

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



Ptl. Cochran



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

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

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

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


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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

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

Complainant: CALLER, UNKNOWN

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

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


Ptl Brooks



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

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



Ptl. J.Brooks



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

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


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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

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

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



Sgt. D. Green



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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



Ptl Osberg



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

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

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

Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. S. LaRosa 



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

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

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

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


Sgt B Slider



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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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


Ptl. Cochran



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

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

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

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


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


Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

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

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



Sgt B Slider



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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

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

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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

Complainant: JOSEPH PENICK

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

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

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



Ptl. Cochran




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

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

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

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

Officers cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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

Complainant: JESSICA MCGEARY

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

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

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



Sgt B Slider



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

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

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

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


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



Ptl. Cochran 



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

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


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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

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



Ptl Osberg



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

Complainant: SARAH McKINNEY

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

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

Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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

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

Complainant: TIM LEVERKNIGHT

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


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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

Complainant: JOHN KURELKO,  
AUSTINTOWN, OH

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


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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

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

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

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

Ohio registration, GYF2078.



Ptl. French



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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



Sgt. D. Green



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

Complainant: JENNIFER LIBERT

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

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

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

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

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

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

Nothing further at this time.


Ptl. French



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


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

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

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


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


Ptl. C. Crider 



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

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


Ptl. B. Smith



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

Complainant: ANDREW STEVES

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

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

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



-Ptl. D Miller



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

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

Contact was made with the female subject 
at the residence and once the warrant was 
confirmed the female was placed in 
custody. The subject was transported back 
to the police department where she was 
booked and released to a Columbiana 
County Sheriff Deputy.


Arrested: Hope M. Steed 345 W. Pershing 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 (DOB: 1998)
Warrant - Failure to Appear on Possession 
of Drugs



Ptl. C. Crider



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

Complainant: PD, Perry Twp 

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

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


Ptl. B. Smith



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

Complainant: PERRY TWP, PD

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

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


Ptl. S. LaRosa



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

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

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

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

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

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


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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

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



Ptl Miller



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

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

Complainant: BETH ELLIOTT

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

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

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


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



Ptl C Walla



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


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

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

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


Ptl. D. Young



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

Complainant: DAIRIAN ROBINSON

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

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



Ptl C Walla



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


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

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


Ptl. J.Brooks



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

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


Ptl. J.Brooks



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

Complainant: CHRISTINA MINGER

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

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



Ptl. J.Brooks



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

Complainant: MINDY JENKINS

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

Both parties did appear to be intoxicated at 
the time.



Ptl Osberg



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

Complainant: CODY ARKWRIGHT,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431

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



Ptl Osberg



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


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

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

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

The vehicle was towed by Kaiser towing. 

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


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



Ptl Osberg



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

Complainant: KAISER, TOWING

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

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



Ptl. M. Wirkner



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

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

Complainant ALYSSA BILES,  CORTLAND, 
OH 44410 

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



Ptl D Beeson



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

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



Ptl. M. Garber



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

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


Ptl D Beeson



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

Complainant ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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



Ptl. E. Perry



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

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

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


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


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



Ptl D Beeson



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

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


Ptl D Beeson



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

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

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


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



Ptl D Beeson



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

Complainant ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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

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

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



Ptl C Walla



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

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

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



Ptl C Walla



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

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

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

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



Ptl. D. Young



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

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

Complainant: MICHEAL ANDERSON

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

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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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

Officer helped the driver get his car into the 
driveway.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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

Complainant: LUANN MARKOVICH

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

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



Sgt. k. toy



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

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

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


Banar901



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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



Banar901




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

Complainant: LYNN ERIKSEN

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

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

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



Ptl R Keister




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


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


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


Banar901



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

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


Banat901



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

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

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



Sgt. K. Toy



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

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


Sgt. K. Toy



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

Complainant: SALEM, STREET DEPT 

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



Sgt. K. Toy



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

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

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

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




Ptl R Keister



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

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



Ptl. M. Garber



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

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

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



-Ptl. D Miller



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

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

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



-Ptl. D Miller



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

Complainant: THOMAS WOLSKI

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



Ptl LaRosa



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

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



Ptl. Cochran



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


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


Sgt B Slider



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMPLAINT

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

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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

Sgt B Slider 

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

Sgt B Slider



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT

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

He was advised of the complaint and officer 
cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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


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

Sinsley towing responded and removed the 
vehicle.


Ptl LaRosa



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

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


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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

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

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



Ptl. Cochran



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

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


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


-Ptl. D Miller



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

Complainant: CAREY BUCCI

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

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

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


Ptl. C. Crider



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

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



Ptl. B. Smith



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

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



Ptl. Cochran



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

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

Complainant: WILLIAM CHAMPLIN,  
WESTERLY, RI 02891

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

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

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


Sgt. D. Green



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

Complainant: EDWARD MANNING

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

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


Ptl. M.Wirkner



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


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


Ptl Miller



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

Complainant: LESLIE 

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



Ptl LaRosa



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

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


Ptl LaRosa



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

Complainant: KENNETH ROCKHOLD

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



Ptl Osberg



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

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

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



Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: MARCIA SNYDER

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

Complainant was advised that the report 
has been closed.



Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: JOSEPH RANDA

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



Ptl Osberg



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

Complainant: SHELDON BROWNFIELD

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

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

The dogs were returned and officer cleared.




Ptl. Cochran



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

Complainant: MIRANDA MORAR,  
VIENNA, OH 44473 

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

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

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

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

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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

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


Sgt B Slider



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

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

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



-Ptl. D Miller



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

Complainant: PERRY TWP, POLICE

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



Ptl. C. Crider



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

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

Complainant: PATRICK REYNOLDS

Report of narcotic abuse at the above 
location. 

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


Ptl Miller



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

Report of a speak with officer at the above 
location. 

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



Ptl Miller



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

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

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

Officer checked the area and found nothing.

1303 was clear and nothing there.


Ptl. French


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

Complainant: ALANA THOMPSON

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



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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

Complainant: STEPHANIE REED

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

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

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



Ptl. S. LaRosa



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


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

UNIT#2, 2015 NlSS ALTIMA SIL,  
DRIVER/Owner JENNIFER REESE 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit # 1 was 
stopped behind Unit# 2 at the stop sign on 
3rd St and Roosevelt. Unit #2 moved up 
closer to the stop sign when Unit #1 struck 
Unit #2. Minor scratches to both vehicles no 
injuries reported, both vehicles were driven 
from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180737
Date: Monday, February 5,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a drive off. Officer was advised 
that an unknown subject pumped $32 in 
gas and drove off without rendering 
payment. 

Officers checked the area for the Red 
Chevy Truck but were unable to locate.



Ptl LaRosa



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

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



Ptl LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180720
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
660 E EUCLID ST

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

Upon arrival, the male half advised his wife 
was refusing to allow him into the 
residence. The male advised he was going 
to gather a few
items and returned at a later time to allow 
the situation to calm down. 

While officers were clearing, both sides 
began to argue over property and were 
explained how community property works. 
The male departed the area as officers 
were clearing.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180721
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
840 W PERSHING ST 7 

Complainant: CARE CENTER 
MONITORING

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

Upon arrival, officers located a mother an 
her live in adult son involved in a verbal 
dispute. The son agreed to take a walk to 
allow the situation to calm down.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180722
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Traffic Offense
OHIO AVE / E PERSHING ST

Officer initiated a lawful traffic stop on a 
vehicle in the 900 block of E. Pershing St. 
The operator / RO of the vehicle was 
suspended. There was a confiscation order 
on the vehicles registration and plates. 
Officer confiscated the plates and cited the 
RO for DUS.


Cited: Alexander A. Aderhold
DOB: 1997
Offense: DUS ORC 4510.11 A



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180723
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
WASHINGTON AVE / MAPLE ST

Officers were aware of a juvenile with an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County 
and located the juvenile walking in the 1100 
block of E. 3rd. 

The juvenile was placed into custody and 
transported to Salem PD where he was 
released to CCSO.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180725
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Suspicious Person
1074 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

While officers were in the 1000 block of 
Cleveland looking for a juvenile male with 
an active warrant out of Columbiana County 
officers located a suspicious male. The 
male seen officers and fled on foot. Officers 
caught the juvenile male and placed him in 
custody. The male was transported to The 
Salem Police Department, charged with 
Delinquency and later released to his 
mother.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180726
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Intoxicated Driver
N LINCOLN AVE / FE COPE DR

Complainant: KIMBERLY SPENCER,  
BERLIN CENTER, OH 44401

Officer responded to the area of N Lincoln 
and FE Cope Dr for an intoxicated driver. 
The complainant advised that the vehicle 
had almost caused an accident and headed 
southbound on N Lincoln Ave. 

Officer checked the area but was unable to 
locate the vehicle with the description given.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180728
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Loud Persons

Officer was on routine patrol on State Route 
14 near Ohio and heard subjects yelling. 
Perry Twp Police was advised of the 
complainant and officers assisted Perry 
Police checking the area. 

Nothing was located in the area and officers 
cleared the scene without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180729
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1148 S LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: JAMIE BASS

Officers responded to above location for a 
report of a domestic. Complainant advised 
she witnessed a male subject push down a 
female while walking in the area. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
female who stated nothing happened and 
did not wish to provide any information. 
Officers also located the male half walking 
in the area. Officers made contact with the 
male, who was voluntarily intoxicated and 
attempting to walk back to his mother 
house. 

The male was taken into custody for 
disorderly conduct, transported to this 
station for the booking process and later 
transported to CCJ.


Arrested: Mark F. Cassinger
D.0.B.1972
754 E. 4th St.
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge- Disorderly



Ptl. D. Young



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Monday, February 05, 2018
09:54 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180719
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Fight

Officer was on routine patrol and observed 
several female subjects yelling in the middle 
of the roadway near the Salem Police 
Department. The female subjects were 
yelling at a male subject driving a red truck. 
The driver pulled into a parking lot and the 
officer made contact with all subjects. The 
females advised they had left the bar and 
were going to get a ride home from the 
male subject. 

The females were given verbal warnings for 
disorderly conduct and advised to not cause 
any more issues for the evening.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20180718
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
OVI Arrest
660 E EUCLID ST


Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
Euclid Ave in regards to a report of 
menacing and threats, in reference to report 
20180716. Officer arrived on scene and 
observed the male subject, Tommy L 
McMillen attempting to leave the residence 
in his vehicle, Officer initiated a traffic stop 
with the vehicle in the 600 block of E Euclid 
Ave.

Officer then performed SFSTs on McMillen 
and it was subsequently found that he had 
been under the influence of alcohol/and or 
narcotics and was placed in custody. 
McMillen was then transported back to the 
Salem Police Department for booking and 
processing, While on station Mr McMillen 
did voluntarily submit a breath test on 
Salem PD's Datamaster, McMillen was 
found to have a BAC of .132. McMillen was 
issued traffic citation and minor 
misdemeanor citation and was given a 
mandatory court date of 02/08/2018 at 0830 
hours at CCMC, Once issued his citations 
he was then released.

Officer also had the female subject and 
witness fill out a voluntary statement form in 
regards to the menacing complaint. This 
incident will be sent to the Columbiana 
County Prosecutors office for review.


Arrested: Tommy L McMillen
DOB: 1986
Address: 660 E Euclid St, Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge:OVI (ORC 4511.19 Ala ) OVI (ORC 
4511 .19 Ald)
Window Tint Restrictions & Regulations 
(ORC 4513.241 C)
Open Container inside of a motor vehicle 
(ORC 4301.62B4)


Ptl Walla


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Incident #: 20180717
Date: Sunday, February 4,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
N LINCOLN AVE / E SECOND ST

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle on E Second St near N 
Lincoln Ave. During the stop SFSTs were 
performed and K9 Simon did show alert 
behavior to the presence of narcotic odor. A 
probable cause search of the vehicle did 
yield contraband. The driver was taken into 
custody for Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia. 

The male was later taken to the 
Columbiana County jail. One of the items 
recovered will be sent to BCI for further 
testing.


Arrested: Zachary S Daniels
DOB: 1993
Address: 1717 E State St Apt. 2 Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180716
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Menacing / Threats 
660 E EUCLID ST

Complainant: KRISTEN MCMILLEN

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Euclid Street in regards to a report of 
menacing and threats. Officers arrived on 
scene and spoke to the female complainant 
who advised that her husband had been 
highly intoxicated and that she picked up 
his kids from the male subjects fathers 
residence. She then advised that the male 
complainant called her yelling at her and 
threatening her. 

Officer advised the female to contact the 
Salem PD when if the male returns to his 
residence.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180715
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Dog At Large

Complainant: ANTHONY MARALDO

A complainant brought a dog to the police 
station that was at large in the city limits. 
Alchemy Acres was contacted and the male 
stated that he would keep the dog over 
night and take the dog to Alchemy Acres in 
the morning.

Officer cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180714
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Drug Paraphernalia 
HAWLEY AVE / E THIRD ST

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a vehicle 
for an equipment violation. During the stop 
officer did smell the scent of marijuana 
coming from the vehicle. 

The K9 officer did respond and K9 Simon 
did indicate to narcotic odor. A probable 
cause search did yield marijuana and the 
passenger was cited for such. 

The driver was given a verbal warning for 
the traffic offense.


Cited: Barbara R Stonestreet
DOB: 1991
Address: 237 Hawley Ave Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (MM)


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180713
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Assist Other Agency
821 E STATE ST

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer responded to the 800 block of E 
State St in regards to assisting OSP on a 
traffic stop. Officer arrived on scene and 
stood bye while the trooper conducted his 
investigation. Officer cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 2018 0712
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Check Well Being
HAWLEY AVE / CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: SAMUEL KOONS

Officer responded to the area of Hawley 
and Cleveland for a report of a check well 
being. A male stated that a female had left 
his home on foot with no shoes on. Officer 
did check the area but the female was not 
located. The complainant later called in 
stating that he did locate the female and 
everything was okay.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180711
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem

Complainant: JOHN WADE

Officer spoke with the complainant on 
station in reference to a juvenile problem. 
The juveniles parent/guardian could not be 
located and Columbiana County JFS was 
contacted. 

At this time no action can be taken due to 
no parent or guardian being reached. 
Matter will be forwarded to CCJFS.


Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180710
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2124 E STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 2100 block of E 
State St for a report of a possible motor 
vehicle crash. The complainant advised that 
it appeared as though two vehicles had 
been involved. Officer did check the area 
but no crash was located. Officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180709
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Drug Over dose
623 E THIRD ST 1 W

Complainant: AARON BOWSER

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a possible overdose. 
Complainant advised he returned home and 
found his girlfriend passed out. 

Upon arrival, the female was located in the 
bathroom unresponsive.

First responders arrived and two doses of 
narcan were administered. The female did 
become responsive and was transported to 
Salem ER by KLG.


Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180708
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Possible Shots Fired
1029 E SIXTH ST 

Officers responded to the 1000 block of E 
6th st. for a reported noise complaint. 
Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate any noise(s).



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180707
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
E STATE ST / S LUNDY AVE

Officers initiated a traffic stop on E State St 
near S Lundy Ave. The driver of the vehicle 
was found to be suspended. K9 Simon was 
deployed and indicated to the odor of 
narcotics inside the vehicle. A probable 
cause search was conducted of the vehicle 
and several drug paraphernalia items were 
located inside. 

The driver was taken into custody and 
transported back to the Salem Police 
Department where he was processed and 
booked.

The vehicle was towed from the scene by 
AAA. 

The male subject was issued a citation and 
then transported to Columbiana County Jail. 
The owner of the vehicle was also issued a 
citation for wrongful entrustment.


Arrested: Edward Pittman
DOB: 1982
Address: 776 Granite St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Poss. of Drug Paraphernalia ORC 
2925.14C1, Poss. of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia ORC 2925.141, Driving 
Under Suspension ORC 4510.1 1 A, and 
Two Headlights Required ORC 451 3.04A


Cited: Nicole Strong
DOB: 1987
Address: 776 Granite St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Wrongful Entrustment ORC 
4511.203



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180706
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Open Burning 
554 FRANKLIN ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers and the fire department responded 
to the 500 block of Franklin Ave for an open 
burning complaint. The fire department 
gave the owner of the residence an open 
burning warning and put the out the bonfire. 
She was advised by the FD that she could 
only burn dry seasoned firewood per the 
city ordinance.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180704
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
418 FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: SHAWN PLEGGE

Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin for a report of harassment. Officer 
arrived and spoke to the complainant who 
advised that he was told by police not to 
contact a male but that the male had 
contacted him.

The complainant wished for a report to be 
on file.


Ptl D Beeson



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Sunday, February 04, 2018
08:54 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180681
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Dog At Large
1926 MAPLE ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 1900 block of 
Maple for a report of a dog at large. 
Dispatch did contact the dogs owner and 
they did pick the dog up.

 Officer arrived and found that the dog had 
been retrieved.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180692
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Assist Other Agency
POOLSIDE DR A 

Complainant: OSP, Post 15 

K9 Simon was requested by OSP Post 15 
to conduct a K9 sniff of a vehicle in 
Centennial Park. K9 Simon was deployed 
and did alert to narcotic odor. Troopers 
completed their investigation while Salem 
PD officers advised the subjects of the park 
hours. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180699
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Public Assist
855 W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 800 block of East 
State St for a report of a person who had 
been locked inside of a businesses 
restroom for aprox. 30 minutes. On arrival 
officers spoke with the man who stated that 
he was fine.

Officers identified the man and he was 
advised of the complaint. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180698
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Lost Property
413 S LINCOLN AVE A

Complainant: JONATHAN SUDIA

Complainant contacted this department to 
report he lost his wallet within the city. The 
complainant stated his wallet contained his 
DL, bank card, and food stamp card.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180696
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Child Unattended At Home
BANK ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Some young children reported to be out 
without supervision and or playing on the 
road. Officers found them playing ball in 
their back yard and advised them of the 
dangers of going on the street. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180694
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Assist Perry Pol ice
1152 W PERRY ST

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to assist Perry Twp. 
Police with a warrant check.

Upon arrival, officers were unsuccessful 
with making contact.


Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180693
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: SALEM, ER

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a warrant arrest. 
Officers were aware of a female being 
discharged that had an active warrant out of 
Mahoning County. The female was placed 
into custody and transported to Salem PD 
for processing. The female was ultimately 
transported to Columbiana County Jail due 
to Mahoning County Sheriff Office not 
having a deputy available.


Arrested: Sarah E. Drye  44122 Kelly Park 
Rd. Lot #4 Columbiana, OH 44408
Warrant / Parole Violation


Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180683
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Child Abuse

Complainant: LLISON SAMPEDRO

Complainant on station to report suspicious 
activity with her child's father and the child. 
Matter to be turned over to children's 
services and department detective. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180682
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
229 N ELLSWORTH AVE
DRUG STORE


Complainant advised a male known to her 
had called her work place multiple times on 
this date. The business did not want to 
receive any phone calls from him and was 
advised by the business. 

Officer tried to call the male but received a 
voice message that his mail box was full 
and would not accept calls. 

Should the male continue, charges may be 
filed. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180691
Date: Saturday, February 3,2018
Drug Overdose
291 N MADISON AVE
GARAGE / SHED

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of N 
Madison Ave in regards to a drug overdose. 

Officers arrived on scene and located the 
female subject inside of the garage 
unresponsive, the female then 
subsequently became responsive. 

Salem FD and EMT Ambulance responded 
to the scene and transported the female 
subject to the Salem ER, Once at the 
Salem ER officer issued the female subject 
drug immunity forms and cleared.


Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180680
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: PERRY TWP

Officer responded to the 1700 block of 
Painter to assist Perry Township police. 
Officer assisted and cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180684
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
886 W PERRY ST

Complainant: AKRON CHILDRENS, 
HOSPITAL

Officer spoke with a complainant regarding 
possible cruelty to animals. The information 
was gathered and the incident is under 
investigation and will be sent to the 
Humane Officer.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180686
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Fraud
2100 MONROE ST 27

Complainant: BRENT HINES

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of fraud 
regarding a credit card. The complainant 
advised that the credit card company had 
cancelled the charges and was issuing a 
new card. The complainant advised that he 
just wanted a report on file.



Ptl. E. Perry




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lncident #: 20180687
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Traffic Offense
2299 E STATE ST 

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for an equipment violation. 
During the stop the K9 officer did respond 
and the K9 did indicate to narcotic odor.

Nothing of significance was located and the 
driver was given a verbal warning for the 
offense.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180688
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Fight

Officer on patrol observed a fight in 
progress occurring in the intersection of E. 
Pershing St. and S. Lundy Ave.

Officer activated emergency lights and siren 
in an attempt to stop the altercation. Officer 
commanded the subjects to stop several 
times and ultimately arrested 3 juveniles for 
delinquency and 4 others were warned for 
disorderly conduct. The 3 juveniles were 
transported on station processed and 
released to a parent/guardian.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180689
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Theft
520 E PERSHING ST

Complainant: MICHAEL BOARD,  
LEETONIA, OH 44431

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a theft report over the 
telephone. Officer spoke to the 
complainant/victim who advised that his 
juvenile daughter had been at the Fun 
Factory when someone had taken her 
tennis shoes. The complainant advised that 
he had spoke to the business owner who 
advised that he would look at the video 
surveillance and then contact the police 
department. 

This following incident is under 
investigation.



Ptl C Walla



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Saturday, February 03, 2018
08:56 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180679
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Reckless Operator
FRANKLIN AVE / SOUTHEAST AVE

Complainant: PERRY, TWP 


Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reckless operator. 
Complainant described the vehicle as a 
white Blazer. The area was checked but the 
vehicle was not located.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180678
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Animal Complaint
969 W WILSON ST

Complaint of a young dog left outside for 
too many hours during the cold. Officer 
checked with a family member at the apt 
who advised the dog owner was at work. 
Officer explained the error of leaving a 
small dog outside for extended times 
without shelter. Officer may stop later to talk 
with the owner and explain further. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180677
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1788 MAPLE ST 

Complainant: TARYN GRODHAUS

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a parking complaint. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised her 
neighbor parked a pop up camper in the 
north/south alley nest to her residence. 
Contact was made with the neighbor and he 
stated that the camper would be moved.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180676
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Protection Order Violation
2555 LEXINGTON AVE 19 

Complainant: LORRAINE UTTER

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that she has a 
protection order on her ex and he has been 
having his sister messaged her making 
threats, which is in violation of the 
protection order. 

This matter is being sent to the prosecutors 
office for possible charges.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180675
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Suspicious Person
CENTENNIAL PARK

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers checked for a suspicious male at 
Centennial Park. Officers found the male 
was complaining that persons were 
following him and he wanted to know what 
they wanted. Subject had no proof or 
evidence of same and was advised to move 
along. 



Banar901



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lncident #: 20180674
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST

Complainant: WALMART, SUPERCENTER 

Officers responded to the 2800 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the stores 
loss prevention officer. Loss prevention 
stated that they had a adult female detained 
in the security office for theft. 

Officers placed Amber Schafer Mccloud in 
custody for theft without incident. Mccloud 
had reportedly concealed $124.75 in 
merchandise on her person and then left 
the store past all points of sale without 
rendering payment. lncident to Mcclouds 
arrest officers located a pair of scissors in 
Mcclouds purse that she had been using to 
cut price tags off with. 

Mccloud was transported to the station 
were she was processed. During the 
booking process officers located several 
additional items that had been taken from 
the store both on Mcclouds person and 
concealed in her purse. Mccloud was then 
transported to the county jail. 

Officers cleared.


Arrested / Amber Schafer Mccloud
Charge / Theft / Possession of Criminal 
Tools


Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180673
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Debris In Roadway
200 BLOCK OF N HOWARD AVE


Officer on patrol observed several large 
chunks of cement on the road which would 
cause damage to a motor vehicle traveling 
by if struck. Officer moved them to the curb 
and notified street dept to pick them up as 
soon as possible. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180672
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Reckless Operator
W STATE ST / GEORGETOWN RD

Complainant: GOSHEN TWNSHIP, PD

Officers responded and checked for a 
reckless vehicle (black in color) entering the 
City eastbound on W State St. A Goshen 
Police unit had reported the vehicle had left 
their jurisdiction at a high rate of speed on 
SR62 as the Goshen unit attempted to turn 
around and catch up. 

Officers checked the area but did not locate 
the vehicle.



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180671
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2350 E STATE ST 1 


Officer on patrol in the 2300 block of E. 
State Street observed a white Ford truck 
with one male occupant and another male 
inside of a dumpster. 

Officer made contact with the subjects who 
advised they were checking the dumpsters 
for anything usable. Officer did not observe 
anything of value in the truck. No warrants 
or other problems were found with either 
subject. They advised they would depart the 
area. 

None of the businesses appeared to be 
tampered with.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180670
Date: Friday, February 2,2018
Natural Gas Leak
855 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officer responded to the 800 block of W. 
State Street with the fire department for a 
report of a natural gas odor.

The area was checked, but no odor was 
detected.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180669
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Suspicious Activity
336 PARK AVE 


Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
Park Avenue for a report of a female 
possibly yelling for her mother.

Officers responded to the area and located 
a female and male who were yelling for a 
dog that got loose. Officer made contact 
with the owner of the dog who advised the 
small chihuahua ran away from the 1700 
block of Maple Street. Officer obtained 
contact information for the owner.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180668
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
610 PROSPECT ST


Complainant: DAWN HOWE

Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of 
Prospect Street for a juvenile complaint. 

Officer responded and spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she wanted 
an officer to speak with her juvenile son 
who had admitted to smoking marijuana 
recently. Officer spoke with the juvenile who 
did admit to smoking marijuana recently 
and advised that he was not doing well in 
school. Officer advised the juvenile of the 
consequences to his actions.

Officer also spoke with the complainant in 
reference to her options as the parent and 
advised she could contact the juvenile 
court.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180667
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Theft
1080 N LINCOLN AVE 21


Complainant: DANIEL OWEN

Officer spoke with a complainant who 
advised that he believed some person of 
persons may have trespassed in the 
complainants apartment as evidenced by 
the fact that the complainant had placed 
numerous tax related documents in his 
apartment and they came up missing 
sometime after Monday afternoon. 

There was no sign of forced entry and 
nothing else appeared to be missing. 


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20180665
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: CHELSEA

Smith Oil public serviced the Police Dept 
reference a theft. The complainant advised 
that a blue Ford four door had drove off 
without paying for $37.38 worth of fuel.


Ptl Osberg



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Friday, February 02, 2018
09:59 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180656
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Animal Complaint
FRANKLIN AVE / SOUTHEAST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Report of a dead animal in the above area. 

Upon arrival, a deer was found to be hit by 
a vehicle and was deceased. This officer 
removed the deer from the roadway and the 
Humane officer was notified to pick up the 
animal.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180657
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
MIS- At Location / On Foot
1200 E SIXTH ST A

Report of a possible car accident at the 
above location. 

Upon arrival, this officer found that one 
student had struck other while attempting to 
park in a parking space. Minor damage was 
done to both vehicles and only a local 
report made, due to the incident being 
handled by the parents.



Ptl. R. Miller



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Incident #: 20180659
Date: Thursday. Februarv 1.2018
Abandoned / Junk MV 
1226 E STATE ST

Abandoned vehicle in the parking lot of the 
above location. This officer attempted to 
make contact with the owner and no one 
was found to be home. A red waring tag 
was left advising that the school had the 
option of towing the vehicle if it is not 
moved.



Ptl. R. Miller



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Incident #: 20180660
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Civil Matter
220 N LUNDY AVE

Complainant: GEORGE BRANDON,  
PENGUIN AVE AKRON, OH

The complainant responded to this 
department to report a civil issue regarding 
his medication. He advised that a friend of 
his picked up his medication at a drug store 
in Akron with his permission. The individual 
in question reportedly will now not return 
the complainants medication. 

Officer responded to speak with the 
individual involved and he was advised of 
the complaint. He agreed that he would get 
the medication and drop it off at this 
department at 1400 hrs. The complainant 
was advised that he could pick the 
medication up at that time.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180661
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1761 E STATE ST 
BURGER KING FOOD


Unit #1, 2011 CHEV SW RED  
Driver/Owner GENE NICHOLSON 

Unit #2, 2007 FORD 4s GRN, Driver/Owner 
CAROL HILDEBRAND 


Police responded to the 1700 block of E. 
State St for a two vehicle accident. Both 
Units were traveling eastbound.

Unit #1 struck Unit #2 from behind when it 
slowed down to turn into Burger King. Unit 
#1 admitted to fault to the accident. Neither 
party was injured and both advised they did 
not need medical attention. Both vehicles 
had very minor damage and were able to 
drive away from the scene.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180662
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
821 E STATE ST

Report of a drug paraphernalia in the above 
area. 

Upon arrival, the paraphernalia was brought 
back to this department where it was 
properly disposed of.


Ptl. R. Miller



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Incident #: 20180663
Date: Thursday, February 1 , 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
295 N UNION AVE

Complainant: MICHAEL WEITZ


Police responded to E. 3rd St near N. Union 
Ave for a hit skip. The complainant advised 
that a bluish/purple pickup backed into a 
telephone pole then took off. 

Goshen Police were requested to respond 
to the address of the registered owner. 
Further investigation pending.


Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180645
Date: Wednesday. Januarv 31.2018
Theft
345 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: JOHN LaFLEME

Complainant responded to Salem PD and 
reported that he had been living at 345 W 
Pershing St but opted to move out today. 
He identified a room mate that allegedly 
took the complainants EBT Food Card, 
forced the complainant to withdraw $40.00 
from an ATM and pay him, as well as taking 
a PS3 that the complainant reportedly 
purchased earlier this date and the suspect 
returned it for cash. 

The complainant advised that the suspect 
alleged that he (the complainant) owed rent 
and had changed the locks on the 
complainants room and would not give the 
complainant back his personal belonging 
until paid. Prior to making the police report, 
the complainant had been able to return to 
the residence and retrieve his property 
(reportedly because he had paid the money 
to the suspect). 

The complainant was provided a police 
report number and was advised to report to 
the issuing agency, as soon as possible, 
that the Food Card had been stolen. The 
complainant advised that the card is 
currently empty and the suspect does not 
have the pin to use it. 

Officer will follow up on the matter and 
attempt to contact the suspect before 
sending the matter for prosecutor review. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20180646
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Medical Problem / Assist
861 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: AMBULANCE, EMT 

Police responded to the 800 block of 
Newgarden to assist for a medical. Police 
stood by while EMT treated the male 
subject. The male was then transported to 
Salem Hospital by EMT.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180647
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering 
408 FRANKLIN ST 

Complainant: MIKE PLEGGE

Officers responded to the 400 block of 
Franklin Ave in reference to a criminal 
damaging report. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with 
complainant who advised that his nephew 
had knocked the house numbers off. 
Complainant advised that the subject 
became upset when his father, who also 
lives there, would not buy him a sandwich.

Complainant had already fixed the damage 
prior to officer's arrival. Officers responded 
to the residence of the subject to advise him 
not to return.

 Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180648
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Suspicious Person
100 BLOCK OF W PERSHING

Officer observed a male subject in the 100 
block of W. Pershing Street who was acting 
suspicious. The subject was running and 
would then walk. The subject also kicked 
over a trash can and then set it back up. 

Officer made contact with the subject who 
advised he was walking to his parents 
house on Arch Street from his house on 
Cleveland Street. The subject stated that he 
was upset about some things he had going 
on and apologized for kicking the trash can 
over. The subject advised he needed no 
assistance and he did not appear to be 
intoxicated. He was advised to not touch 
other peoples property.


Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180649
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Child Unattended In MV
423 S LUNDY AVE A
GROCERY

While on patrol in the Sparkle Market 
parking lot officer was flagged down by a 
female advising of a child left in a vehicle 
unattended. The vehicle, a blue Chevy 
Cavalier was located along with a six year 
old child in the back seat playing on a cell 
phone. Immediately after making contact 
with the child, the mother came out of the 
store.

She was identified and advised of the 
complaint. She was provided a warning for 
leaving her child in the vehicle and was 
advised the child was too young to be left in 
the vehicle by himself. Officer cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180650
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Fire
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
FACTORY

Complainant: FD DEPT, SALEM 

Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. to Ventura located at 800 
Pennsylvania Ave. for a report of a possible 
fire on the roof of the business. Upon 
arrival, officers stood by while the fire dept. 
investigated. 

Officers cleared a short time later.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180651
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
FACTORY

Officers were in the 800 block of 
Pennsylvania Avenue assisting the fire 
department on a possible fire at a business 
(20180650). Officers observed a female 
subject on scene who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff Department. The female subject was 
placed in custody once the warrant was 
confirmed and transported back to the 
police department. 

The female subject was booked and then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Buffie D. Smith 7443 Spillway 
Road Lot# 81 Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Warrant- Failure to Appear - Permitting 
Underage


Ptl. C. Crider




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Incident #: 20180652
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Ambulance Needed
2488 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officers responded along with the Salem 
Fire Dept. First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance to Jalisco's located at 2488 E. 
State St. for a medical emergency. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by while EMS 
personnel tended to a female subject inside 
the restaurant. She was later transported to 
the Salem Regional Medical Center by 
KLG.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180653
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
345 W PERSHING ST

Officers responded to the 300 block of W. 
Pershing Street to attempt contact with a 
female subject who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriff Department. Officers attempted 
contact, but there was no answer.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180654
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Loud Persons

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 100 block of W 
Pershing St in reference to a loud persons 
report. Complainant advised that the 
upstairs neighbor in his apartment building 
was stomping on the floor. 

Officers made contact with the upstairs 
neighbor and advised him of the complaint. 
He ceased his actions and officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180655
Date: Thursday, February 1,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
E STATE ST / S BROADWAY AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

4511.19 M1 Driving While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol/Drugs 
2923.16Dl F5 lmproper Handling Firearms 
in a Motor Vehicle 
451 1.21 A 333.03 A MM Assured Clear 
Distance Ahead

SIR $500.00 Smith & Wesson M&P .40Cal 
Smith & Wesson M&P LER4565
SIR $0.00 Two Firearm Magazines 
w/Ammo & Blackhawk Holster


Unit#1 Arrestee/Driver/Owner: Matthew A. 
McNemar , SALEM, OH

Unit#2 Driver/Owner: Dale B. Neiswanger , 
ALLIANCE, OH


Officers responded to the intersection of E. 
State St. and Broadway Ave. for a report of 
a two vehicle accident.

Upon arrival and investigation it was found 
the operator of unit#2, Dale B. Neiswanger 
was stopped at the red traffic signal facing 
westbound in his white 2015 Kia Forte 
when the operator of unit#l , Matthew 
McNemar whom was traveling westbound 
on E. State St. in his blue 2008 Chevy 
Impala failed to see unit#2 stopped in traffic 
thus causing unit#l to strike unit#2 in the 
rear causing damage to both vehicles. 

Unit#2 Operator complained of a headache 
and neck pain, but refused medical 
treatment. 

Mr. McNemar was ultimately placed under 
arrest for OVI, ACDA and improper handling 
of a firearm in a motor vehicle after a 
loaded Smith & Wesson Shield .40cal. was 
found in the center console of the vehicle. 
Mr. McNemar does possess a valid CCW 
permit through this county but it was seized 
as well as the firearm for evidence. 

The scene was photographed and unit#2 
was driven from the scene. 

Unit#l was towed from the scene by 
Kaiser's Towing with no hold. 

Mr. McNemar was transported to the Perry 
Twp. Police Dept. where he was offered a 
breath test which he refused. He was 
transported back to the Salem Police Dept. 
to finish processing and later transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail. Officers 
cleared.



Arrestee:
Matthew A. McNemar
241 W. Pershing St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: ACDA (MM) - OVI (M-1) - 
Improper Handling Of Firearm in Motor 
Vehicle (F-5)



Ptl. M. Cochran



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Thursday, February 01, 2018
09:14 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180644
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Solicitor(s)
253 PENN AVE


Report of a male subject in a Blue Astro 
Van in the above area selling tools.

Upon arrival, officers checked the area and 
were unable to locate.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180637
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1184 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

Report of a neighbor dispute at the above 
location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
the neighbors dog is always in his yard 
causing issues. This officer spoke with the 
neighbor, advised them of the dog at large 
ordnance and that the dog needs to have 
ititags when outside and that if it continues 
they could be cited. 

They understood and this officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180638
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Dog At Large
366 PENN AVE


Report of dog at large in the above area. 
Officers located the dog and the Humane 
Officer responded and took the animal.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180639
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a drive off, officers checked the 
area and were unable to locate the vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180640
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Abandoned / Junk MV
400 block of S BROADWAY


While on routine patrol in the City of Salem, 
Columbiana County, Ohio in car #6 this 
officer observed a red colored Honda in the 
400blk of S. Broadway that appeared not to 
have been moved for some time, Ohio 
registration, HEH1453 a 1995 Honda. 
Maroon in color.

Officer left a red warning on the windshield 
for violation of City ordinance 303.09 
Illegally Parked Abandoned Vehicle on 
Street/Roadway.

Officer left a note on the warning must be 
moved 48hrs and is subject to being towed.

Officer also chalked the left rear tire at the 
12 o'clock position.


Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180641
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Littering / Dumping
208 ROSE AVE 

Complainant: ANTHONY PERRY

Officers spoke with the complainant about 
subjects dumping trash at their rental 
property. Officers attempted to make 
contact via the phone but were unable to 
make contact.




Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180642
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
148 PENN AVE 

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed the vehicle bearing Ohio 
registration, EXZI 575 that was given as the 
violating vehicle parked in the 20 minute 
Loading / Unloading zone.

Officer left a red warning on the vehicle 
advising of the violation along with advising 
that next violation could lead to a pink 
ticket.

Officer chalked the left rear tire at the 12 
o'clock position and on the ground at the 6 
o'clock position.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180623
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Suspicious Activity
900 BLOCK OF E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Anonymous complainant stopped reporting 
officer and advised of illegal drug activity in 
the 900 block E State St.

Information was obtained from the 
complainant and will be forwarded to other 
officers.



Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20180627
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
1383 E STATE ST 


Complainant: JUSTIN HUDDLESTON

Officer did speak with a complainant over 
the phone regarding text messages he had 
received. The male was advised to block 
the number and officer did call the number 
the texts were coming from. The male did 
not identify himself but denied sending any 
texts. He was advised to cease doing so if 
he had been sending any.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180629
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE


Complainant: Sinsleys, Towing


Officer responded to the area of 
Pennsylvania Ave. near Ventra for a report 
of a tractor trailer in the ditch. No damage 
was done. Photos were taken. Officer stood 
by with the vehicle until Davidson's 
removed it from the ditch.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180630
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
175 W STATE ST


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle in the 100 block of S Howard. 
During the stop the driver did give consent 
to search the vehicle. 

Officer did locate paraphernalia inside the 
vehicle. The driver was issued a citation for 
the paraphernalia and was given a verbal 
warning for the driving offense.


Cited: Cheyenne L. Taylor
Address: 2900 Depot Rd Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana 
Paraphernalia (MM)



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180631
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Traffic Offense
FRANKLIN AVE / MAPLE ST

Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location for a moving violation. 
The K9 officer was contacted and 
responded with K9 Simon. Simon was 
deployed for an open air sniff of the vehicle, 
but did not indicate to the odor of narcotics. 

The driver was issued a written warning for 
the violation and sent on his way.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180632
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
175 W STATE ST


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle whose driver had a 
suspended drivers license. During the stop 
the K9 officer was called and K9 Simon did 
indicate to the presence of narcotic odor. 

A probable cause search did yield multiple 
items of drug paraphernalia. Additional 
paraphernalia was also located on the male 
passenger. The male also had a concealed 
weapon in his pocket and multiple knives 
were located concealed throughout the 
vehicle. 

The female driver and male passenger 
were taken into custody for Possession of 
Drug Paraphernalia and CCW. Items 
located in the vehicle will be sent to BCI for 
further narcotic testing. A lock box in the 
vehicle was also seized as evidence and 
will be turned over to the Columbiana 
County DTF.


Arrested: Jessica L Smith
Address: 3527 Dotwood St NW North 
Canton. OH 44720
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
CCW
DUS - Court


Arrested: Jeret Hiles
Address: 2711 S Union Ave Apt 21 Alliance, 
OH 44601
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
CCW



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180633
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
378 E FOURTH ST

Complainant: HOLLY FEGERT

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fourth St for a dispute. The complainant 
advised her boyfriend was intoxicated and 
they were having a verbal argument. 

The male subject was found to have a 
warrant out Columbiana County and was 
taken into custody. The male subject was 
transported to Salem Police Department 
where he was processed and then released 
to a Columbiana County Sheriff Deputy.


Arrested: Randall J. Fegert
Address: 378 E Fourth St, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Warrant Arrest



Ptl. J. Brooks



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Incident #: 20180634
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Dog At Large
629 E PERRY ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Perry St for a barking dog complaint. The 
officer located the dog running across the 
street without a collar. The owner of the dog 
was located and advised the dog had 
slipped the collar after being outside. The 
owner of the dog was given verbal warnings 
for dog at large and barking dog. He was 
also advised to get the dog registered within 
the next several days or he would be issued 
a minor misdemeanor citation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180635
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Suspicious Activity
607 W PERSHING ST


Complainant: AMBER MORRIS

Officers responded to the 600 block of W 
Pershing St for suspicious activity. The 
complainant advised that her vehicle alarm 
was going off and was unsure if anyone 
was around it. 

Officers checked the area and located three 
males wearing dark clothing. The male 
subjects advised that were walking from the 
opposite direction and were headed to a 
residence nearby. The male subjects were 
patted down for weapons and gave verbal 
consent to search their personal 
belongings. Several drug paraphernalia 
items were located on a male subject and 
he was taken into custody. The subject was 
transported to the Salem Police Department 
where he was processed and book, then 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested: David E. Boggs
Address: LKA 345 W Pershing St, Salem, 
Ohio 44460
Charge: Possession of Drugs (III,IV,V) ORC 
2925.11 C2 and Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia ORC 2925.14
C1


Ptl. E. Perry 



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Incident #: 20180636
Date: Wednesday, January 31,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
780 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 700 block of W 
State St in regards to a report of drug 
paraphernalia. The complainant advised 
that the male subject, Michael Hamilton had 
been bragging about having a crack pipe on 
him. Officers arrived on scene and located 
the male subject and did locate a black 
crack pipe inside of his pocket upon 
performing a probable cause search. 

Mr Hamilton was then placed in custody 
and charged with possession of drug 
paraphernalia, officer then directly 
transported the male subject to the 
Columbiana County Jail. Additional charges 
are pending based on lab results.

Arrested: Michael A Hamilton
Address: 1007 E Fourth St, Salem, Ohio, 
44460
Charge: Possession of Drug Paraphernalia



Ptl Walla



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Wednesday, January 31, 2018
09:29 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180620
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN ST

A complaint from the street dept. regarding 
a moving truck parked on Franklin Ave. 
Officer spoke with the owner / driver who 
moved it off the road. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180621
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Criminal Trespassing
2875 E STATE ST A 



Officers responded to walmart for a male 
who allegedly trespassed. Walmart chose to 
release him without arrest process. He was 
warned to not come back on the property 
and escorted off by officers. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180622
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Menacing / Threats
840 W PERSHING ST 4


Officer(s) responded to the 800 block of 
West Pershing St. for a report of menacing. 

On arrival officers spoke with the reported 
victim. The victim stated that a female 
known to her had showed up at her 
residence and threatened her. Officers 
provided the victim with the options for 
dealing with the situation. 

Offices also spoke with the suspect and she 
was advised not to return to the victims 
residence.

Both of the persons involved did provide 
written statements of the incident and it will 
be sent to the prosecutors office for review 
of possible charges.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180625
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST A 
GIANT EAGLE GROCERY

Private property accident 

Officer(s) responded to the 2400 block of 
East State St for a reported two vehicle 
private property accident. Unit # 1 had been 
sitting unoccupied in the parking lot when it 
was struck by unit # 2. The driver of unit # 
2, Debra Cehrs, stated that she had backed 
up and struck unit # 1. 

Unit # 1 sustained damage to the rear 
bumper area unit # 2 sustained no visible 
damage.


Unit # 1 / owner / Betty Horning
vehicle / 2011 Mazda


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Debra Cehrs
vehicle / 2000 Ford
insurance / none



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180601
Date: Monday. Januaw 29.2018
Littering / Dumping
1600 E STATE ST A


Complainant: REBECCA HOUSHOUR

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E. State St. for a illegal dumping report. 
When officers arrived they met with the 
complainant who stated that trash had been 
thrown into their dumpster. The complainant 
stated that they just wanted the trash to be 
removed. 

Officers were able to make conact with the 
subjects mother who stated that she would 
inform her son to get his trash out of the 
complainants dumpster.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180602
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
840 W PERSHING ST 7

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 

Upon arrival, officers located a female and 
her live in adult son that were involved in a 
verbal dispute. Both sides advised the 
dispute was verbal only and the male 
decided to take a walk to allow the situation 
to calm down.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180603
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1715 SOUTHEAST BLVD 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) spoke with the complainant over 
the phone about a possible assault that had 
occurred inside of the city. After speaking 
with the complainant officers contacted the 
family member of the persons who had 
been involved in the altercation. It was 
determined to be a dispute over one of the 
persons not wanting to go to school.

Officers advised the persons of the options 
for dealing with the situation. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180604
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Accident Private Property
1995 E STATE ST
SALEM REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER


Unit #1, 2012 SUBA Outback , Driver 
TERESA MARSH, Owner GREGORY 
WOLFE

Officers were dispatched to the Salem 
Hospital for a private property crash. When 
officer arrived on scene they met the 
complainant who stated that she didn't 
realize her car was in drive and not reverse.

When she pressed the accelerator she ran 
into the handicap sign in front of her. 

Photographs were taken of the damage.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180606
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: KATIE 

The complainant from the above location 
called and advised that the driver of a tan 
SUV pumped gas into her vehicle and left 
without paying. The complainant provided a 
description of the vehicle and registration. 

Contact was made with the owner of the 
vehicle and stated that she had paid with 
her credit card, but was not able to get a 
reciept from the pump. 

Reporting officer advised the female subject 
to return to the gas station and see the 
clerk. The complainant called back and 
stated that the female subject returned and 
paid for her gas. Officer then cleared.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20180607
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Speak To Officer
565 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: JORDAN SMELTZER

Officers took a report on station about 
suspicious persons. The complainant 
explained that multiple vehicles are coming 
to the 500 block of Franklin Ave. at all hours 
of the night. they explained that they believe 
that there may be drug activity in the area.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180608
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
2551 LEXINGTON AVE 6

Complainant: ALLEN SCOTT

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported assault. 
The complainant stated his live in adult 
sister punched him in the chest on 01/28/18 
and he wants her removed from the 
residence. 

The sister was not at the residence while 
officer was present. The complainant made 
it clear that he did not wish to pursue 
charges. 

No injury was observed. I explained the 
eviction process to the complainant prior to 
clearing.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180609
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Harassment
648 N LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: JENNIFER SMITH

Officer responded to the 600 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that her and her 
son have been having issues with a female 
subject that visits with her neighbor. The 
complainant advised officer that the female 
subject followed her son and made threats 
to have him beaten up. 

Officer advised the complainant to call the 
PD if she can figure out the subjects name 
or if she has any further issues with her.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180610
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem

Complainant: SANDI PHILLIPS,  
KENSINGTON, OH 

Officer took a complaint on station for 
concern of a child's well being in the 21 00 
block of Monroe St. Officers responded to 
the residence and spoke with the subjects 
ensuring the childs safety. 

Children's services was contacted, advised 
of the situation and stated they would follow 
up with the subjects. Officers cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180611
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Deming St.
Water Line Break / Leak

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 600 block of 
Deming St. for a possible water line break. 
Officer located several yards where water 
was forming large puddles. Officer did 
advise the water department.



Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20180612
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
211 W SEVENTH ST

Complainant: KATHLEEN NORWOOD

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 7th 
St for a report of a dispute. Officer arrived 
and found that a mother was upset because 
her adult son had called her a name. Officer 
advised the complainant that there was 
nothing that could be done about the matter 
and told her to stay away from the son if 
she had an issue.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180613
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Person To Be Removed
795 E THIRD ST

Complainant: JENNIFER BIRCHAK

Officer responded to the 700 block of E 
Third St for a person to be removed. The 
female subject had left prior to officers 
arrival. The complainant advised that the 
female juvenile arrived after being told not 
to come over and started an argument with 
her daughter. The juvenile refused to leave 
after being asked to several times until she 
called the police. 

The complainant advised she did not want 
the juvenile or her mother back at her 
residence.

Officers made contact with the juvenile and 
her mother and advised them they were 
criminally trespassed from the residence.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180614
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
532 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 500 block of E 
State St for several suspicious vehicles. 
Officers made contact with a subject who 
was unable to provide a reason for at the 
residence. Officers made contact with 
several other subjects inside the apartment 
but all stated they did not reside at the 
residence. The subjects stated that the 
resident had left recently but no one was 
able to contact the male subject. 

All subjects were advised to leave the 
residence and to have the resident contact 
the police department.



Ptl. E. Perry


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Incident #: 20180615
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Traffic Offense
100 BLOCK OF S ELLSWORTH ST

Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location for a headlight 
violation. The driver was given a verbal 
warning for the violation and did give verbal 
consent to search the vehicle. The vehicle 
was searched and no contraband was 
located.


Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180616
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Open Door 
 443 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: GREGG COURTAD

Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Lincoln Ave to check on an open door to a 
garage. Officers checked the interior and 
found it to be empty. The owner of the 
property confirmed that nothing was 
missing and it appeared that the open door 
was caused by the weather.


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180617
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
664 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: PATRICK REYNOLDS

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of an unruly 
juvenile. The complainant advised that his 
son was cursing and yelling at his fiance. 
He also advised that he caught him 
smoking marijuana earlier in the day and 
kicked all of his friends out of the residence. 
The complainant was advised of how to file 
unruly charges and to contact the police 
department if they had future problems with 
the other juveniles involved.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180618
Date: Tuesday, January 30,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
664 WASHINGTON AVE

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Washington Ave in regards to a unruly 
juvenile report. The father of the male 
juvenile advised that his son had been 
acting out and had been outside smoking 
marijuana. Officers arrived on scene and 
spoke to the male juvenile and advised him 
of the consequences if his actions 
continued. Officers also advised the father 
that he could file unruly charges through the 
Columbiana County Juvenile Court.



Ptl Walla



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Tuesday, January 30, 2018
08:04 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180596
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Unknown Noise Disturbance
849 E THIRD ST

Complainant: SAMUEL ORR

Officers responded to 849 E. Third St. 
Apt.#l for a noise disturbance called in by 
the complainant, Samuel Orr.

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
the tenants in the apartment above him 
make loud noise all day long and that he 
has already previously reported it to his 
landlord. While speaking with the 
complainant officer did not hear any loud 
noise. Officer did however speak with the 
tenants in Apt.#3 and advised them of the 
complaint and that if they are being loud to 
be respectful to their neighbors and keep 
the noise down. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180597
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Suspicious Vehicle 
W STATE (400 BLOCK)

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a suspicious vehicle. Officer 
arrived on scene and made contact with the 
subject. The subject advised that he had 
accidentally knocked on the door of the 
wrong house.

Subject stated that he has not been in the 
area for awhile and was one over from 
where he should be. Subject made contact 
with the complainant and apologized for the 
error.



Ptl. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180598
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Domestic In Progress
648 S UNION AVE

Complainant: CARLEY ECKMAN

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
S Union Ave in regards to a domestic in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
complainant who advised that at argument 
broke out between her and her husband 
and that he was destroying things inside the 
residence. She also advised that he threw a 
diaper box, which hit her in the nose. 

Officers made contact with the subject who 
admitted that he was breaking things and 
did throw the box. He advised that he was 
upset that his wife continually takes his 
vehicle to places that he is unaware of and 
constantly spends his money on her friends, 
which should be used for their children. 

No injuries were observed on either party. 
Officers provided the couple with their 
options for dealing with the incident and 
cleared shortly after.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180599
Date: Monday, January 29,2018
Traffic Offense

Officer initiated a traffic stop with a bronze 
colored Chevy Malibu in the 200 block of 
Pennsylvania and issued the driver/owner 
Thomas C. Wolfe IV a traffic citation for 
Driving Under Suspension. Officer also 
removed both front and rear license plates 
from the vehicle per the LEADS printout. 

Davidson's Towing responded and towed 
the vehicle from the scene. 

Mr. Wolfe was provided a courtesy ride to 
his place of employment near by. Officers 
cleared.


CITED:
Thomas C. Wolfe IV
438 Jennings Ave.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Driving Under Suspension



Ptl. B. Smith



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Monday, January 29, 2018
09:50 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180584
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
954 ADAMS AVE 

Complainant: Mallory Smith

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a break-in sometime overnight. 
Officers spoke with the complainant who 
stated she came home from work and 
noticed the front door was broken. Officers 
checked the residence and didn't locate any 
subjects. Evidence was gathered at the 
scene, the matter is under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180585
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Fraud
1213 E ELEVENTH ST 

Complainant: JACK LEIPPER

The complainant contacted this department 
to report a fraudulent charge on his Home 
Savings bank statement.

He advised that his bank statement for the 
date of  01-26-18 showed $63.63 charged 
to his account. The complainant stated that 
the charge was from a company called 
Conenity out of Uruguay. He stated that he 
never purchased anything online, nor was 
he familiar with the company.

He requested a report number to provide to 
his bank.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180587
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
462 W F OURTH ST

Complainant: MIRANDA MORAR

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a verbal dispute. The 
complainant stated that the male subject left 
prior to officers arrival. The verbal argument 
was about the male subject speaking with 
another female on Face book.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180590
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018

Complainant: JULIA WORRIX

Complainant on station reference her stolen 
cell phone. Upon arrival, the complainant 
advised that her ex-boyfriend has her cell 
phone (Iphone 7s) and wont give it back. 
The ex-boyfriend is in Texas and she 
advised that if she files a report the local 
police department (Big Sandy) will go get 
the phone. Report number was given to the 
complainant.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180591
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
627 ARCH ST

Complainant: CRYSTAL KORNBAU

Police responded to the 600 block of Arch 
St for Criminal Damaging. The complainant 
advised that her daughters tires were 
stabbed sometime through the night. The 
complainant also advised this has 
happened several times in the past after her 
daughter and boyfriend had broke up. 

The daughter has also been receiving 
several messages from her ex as well as 
being followed.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180592
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Suspicious Activity
100 BLOCK OF S. Broadway

Police conducted a traffic stop in the 100 
block of S. Broadway. The vehicle was 
stopped due to the suspicious actions while 
traveling. The driver consented to a search 
and the K9 was ran. No indication was 
given by the K9.

The driver was released and Police cleared 
without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180593
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Intoxicated Driver
717 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of 
S Lundy Ave in reference to an intoxicated 
driver. Complainant advised that the subject 
was intoxicated, with no driver's license, 
and was operating a blue truck on his way 
back to E Sixth St. Officers had negative 
contact with the vehicle on the roadway, but 
located it parked in the 600 block of E Sixth 
St. 

Officers made contact with the subject, but 
didn't observe any signs of intoxication, 
despite denying having driven the vehicle. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180594
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Theft
220 S UNION AVE 

A female subject came to the Police Dept in 
reference a theft. The complainant stated 
her credit card was taken while at work at 
Essex. The complainant brought in 
documents from the credit card company 
with the time and dates of use. Further 
investigation pending.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180595
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
E SCHOOL 700 BLOCK D
PARK PLAYGROUND

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Report of juveniles playing on the ice of the 
pond at Memorial park. 

Upon arrival, juveniles were located and 
advised to refrain from walking on the ice, 
due to safety reasons. They departed the 
area.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180567
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Theft
423 S LUNDY AVE 
GROCERY

Complainant: Clerk

Officers were dispatched to Sparkle Market 
in the 400 block of S. Lundy Avenue for a 
theft that happened earlier in the afternoon. 
Officers responded and spoke with the 
complainant, an employee of the store, who 
advised a female subject stole a bottle of 
alcohol. Officers were shown surveillance 
footage of a female subject known to 
officers. The female subject concealed a 
bottle of Colonial Club Vodka in her purse 
and passed all points of sale before exiting 
the store with out rendering payment. The 
cost of the Vodka is $7.49. 

Officers later located the female subject 
walking in the area of S. Lundy Avenue 
near E. Perry Street. The female was 
subsequently taken in to custody for theft. 
The subject was transported back to the 
police department for booking and was then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail.

Arrested: Deanna M. Lodge 965 S. Lundy 
Avenue Salem, Ohio 44460
Theft M1



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180574
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
584 S MADISON AVE

Complainant: Jack Dennison

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
S. Madison Avenue for a report of a 
burglary.

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant / victim and his wife. The 
complainant advised that they had left the 
residence for a few hours in the evening 
and when they returned they noticed muddy 
foot prints on the floor and items missing 
from their bed room. Officer was advised 
that a loose change coin counter, several 
specialty coins and other cash was stolen. 
The residence had been locked and forced 
entry marks could be seen on the front 
door. 

Officer obtained photographs and 
necessary information for the report. Officer 
advised the complainant that a report would 
be completed and he was provided a report 
number.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180575
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Check Well Being
1280 SOUTHEAST BLVD 52

Complainant: Kathy Phillips

Officers responded to 1280 Southeast Blvd. 
Apt.#52 to check the well being of a female 
subject reported to reside at the apartment. 

Complainant advised of a female subject 
making comments to her via facebook 
messenger relating to possible suicidal 
thoughts. 

Upon arrival, officers attempted contacted 
at the door and had negative contact. A 
downstairs tenant advised that the female in 
question was evicted from Apt.#52 around 
Christmas time. 

Officers cleared and will attempt to locate 
the female.



Ptl. B. Smith 



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lncident #: 20180576
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Dog Bite
1847 N ELLSWORTH AVE

On 1/27/2018 officers responded to the 
1800 block of N Ellsworth in regards to a 
dog bite report involving a juvenile. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to the 
grandmother of the juvenile in question and 
gathered information regarding the dogs 
history and paperwork. Officers then 
gathered the juvenile's mother information 
along with the juvenile's information. 
Officers then informed the grandmother that 
a report will be documented and that the 
dog itself will have to be under quarantine 
for the next ten days. 

Once all information was gathered officers 
then cleared and then made contact with 
the juvenile's mother to check to see if the 
story matched and followed up with her. A 
report will be sent to the City Health Dept.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180577
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
CENTENNIAL PARK
PARK PLAYGROUND

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle 
travelling through Centennial Park after 
closing hours. Officer conducted a traffic 
stop on the vehicle and made contact with 
three juveniles inside. 

After a brief investigation, K9 Argo was 
deployed for an open air sniff of the vehicle. 
K9 Argo alerted to the presence of a 
narcotic odor and the vehicle and 
occupants were subsequently searched. 
Nothing illegal was located, however the 
juveniles admitted to smoking marijuana 
earlier in the day. 

The juveniles were advised of the park 
hours and sent on their way.

Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180578
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Intoxicated Driver
E STATE ST / BROOKLYN AVE

Complainant: Cheyenne

Officers were dispatched to the 1700 block 
of E State St in reference to an intoxicated 
driver. Complainant, who works at a near by 
restaurant, advised that the driver of a grey 
Jeep, which was in the drive-thru, appeared 
to be intoxicated. Officers responded and 
observed the vehicle leaving the restaurant 
parking lot. The vehicle turned west bound 
onto E State St and rapidly accelerated. 
Officer observed the vehicle the cross the 
center yellow line and subsequently 
conducted a traffic stop on it. 

After a brief investigation, the driver was 
placed under arrest for OVI and transported 
to the police department for processing. 
AAA responded to the scene and removed 
the vehicle from the roadway. 

The driver was charged with OVI, cited with 
Left of Center, and later transported home 
in a taxi cab.


Arrested: Lee A. Courtney 
1033 Buckeye Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: OVI (ORC 4511.19Al a), OVC-
Refusal (ORC 4511 .19A2), Left of Center 
(ORC 4511.25A)



Ptl. Cochran



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



Incident #: 20180574
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
584 S MADISON AVE

Complainant: Jack Dennison

Officer was dispatched to the 500 block of 
S. Madison Avenue for a report of a 
burglary. Officer responded and met with 
the complainant/victim and his wife. The 
complainant advised that they had left the 
residence for a few hours in the evening 
and when they returned they noticed muddy 
foot prints on the floor and items missing 
from their bed room. 

Officer was advised that a loose change 
coin counter, several specialty coins and 
other cash was stolen. The residence had 
been locked and forced entry marks could 
be seen on the front door. 

Officer obtained photographs and 
necessary information for the report. Officer 
advised the complainant that a report would 
be completed and he was provided a report 
number.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180566
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit 1- Operator- Elaine Tuel- 2012 Chevy 
CRUZE Silver Owner SCOTT TUEL 

Unit 2- Operator- Kenneth Combs- 2006 
FORD SW Owner CAROL COMBS 


Officers responded to the intersection of N 
Lincoln Ave and E Third St in reference to a 
two vehicle traffic crash.

Unit 1, a silver 2012 Chevy Cruze, operated 
by Ms. Elaine Tuel, was travelling west 
bound on E Third St and proceeded through 
the intersection. Unit 2, a maroon 2006 
Ford Escape, operated by Mr. Kenneth 
Combs, was travelling south bound on N 
Lincoln Ave and also proceeding through 
the intersection. 

Both operators advised that they had 
stopped at the stop sign and then 
proceeded through the intersection, with 
both stating that they had the right of way. 

Unit 1 and Unit 2 collided in the center of 
the intersection. Unit 1 sustained functional 
damage to the right side of the front 
bumper, while Unit 2 sustained functional 
damage to the left side of the front bumper. 
Due to conflicting stories, no citations were 
issued and no injuries were reported. 

Both operators were advised to contact 
their insurance companies. 



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180552
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Traffic Offense
PENN A VE / WALNUT ST


Police conducted a traffic stop on Penn Ave 
at Walnut St. The registered owner came 
back as suspended. 

When contact was made the driver had 
never had an OH license and was only 
carrying a foreign ID. The vehicle was 
removed and the driver was cited.


Cited: Hector Miguel
Add: 1293 Maple St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: No OH Drivers License




Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180583
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Check Well Being
305 W WILSON ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINTANT

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
W. Wilson Street for a check well being on a 
male subject. A female subject had called 
from out of state and advised she was 
speaking to the male subject via the 
Internet and he had fell on the floor. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
the subject who advised he was having 
abdominal pain and a possible panic attack. 
First Responders and an ambulance 
service responded. 

The subject was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180582
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
207 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: DARREN KETCHUM

On 1/28/2018 officers responded to the 200 
block on Jennings Ave in regards to a 
missing juveniles report.

Upon arrival at the residence both juveniles 
that were reported missing were located on 
the property. Officers gathered all 
information from the juveniles and informed 
the legal guardian of the situation. Officers 
were advised that the legal guardian who 
was the original complainant was coming 
over to pick both juveniles up. Officers then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180580
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Mental / Disturbed Person
1033 BUCKEYE AVE

Complainant: CHARLES CORBETT

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Buckeye Ave in reference to a male subject 
with a mental issue.

Complainant, who drives a taxi in town, 
advised that he had just dropped off the 
male subject at home and during transit the 
male made statements of committing 
suicide. 

Officers responded and made contact with 
the subject, who had been previously 
arrested for OVI by officers earlier in the 
night (See Report #20180578) and advised 
him of the complaint. The subject denied 
having made statements in regards to 
suicide. 

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance also 
responded to the scene. The subject was 
subsequently transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for treatment. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180581
Date: Sunday, January 28,2018
Recovered Property

Officer was conducting a vehicle inventory 
after an OVI arrest for incident 20180578 on 
E. State Street near Brooklyn Avenue. 
Officer located a black leather wallet in the 
vehicle containing two credit / debit cards 
belonging to a male subject who is 
deceased. The subject who owns the 
vehicle did not provide a reason as to why 
the cards were in his vehicle. The items 
were taken back to the police department.



Ptl. C. Crider 



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Incident #: 20180573
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Public Assist
1207 JENNINGS AVE

Complainant: HARLEY WINN

Female complainant, whom resides in Perry 
Twp. in the 1100 block of W. Perry St. 
contacted this police dept. requesting 
assistance. 

Complainant advised that she had 
accidentally left property at a residence in 
the 200 block of Jennings Ave. inside the 
City limits and that the residents were not 
going to give her back her property.

Complainant advised she had no way over 
to the Jennings Ave. address either way to 
retrieve her property.

Officer did stop and speak with a female at 
the address on Jennings Ave. who advised 
that the complainant could have stopped 
over to retrieve her property and that there 
would have been no issues. The female did 
already have the complainant's property 
bagged and sitting on a chair on the back 
covered porch. Officer did take possession 
of the property and transported it to the 
police dept. for the complainant to pick up 
so there would be no issues at the Jennings 
Ave. address. 

Dispatch contacted the complainant and 
advised her to pick up her property at the 
police dept. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180571
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
196 W SIXTEENTH ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officers responded to 196 W. 16th St. for a 
reported 911 hang up call. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with an 
adult male at the residence who advised 
there were no problems and unaware of 
anybody in the home dialing 911. During the 
investigation it was found female juveniles 
in the home dialed 911 but there was no 
emergency.

The juveniles were explained the proper 
use for calling 911. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180569
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Speak To Officer
110 W PERSHING ST 2

Complainant: PETERS

Complainant requested to speak with an 
officer about possible drug activity in the 
area. Officer gathered the information and 
advised that it would be forwarded to the 
Drug Task Force.


Ptl. Cochran



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Sunday, January 28, 2018
08:28 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180561
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Civil Matter
965 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a civil matter between landlord 
and tenant dispute.

Officers advised the landlord and tenet of 
their options.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180562
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST 
WALMART LOT


Traffic Crash Report Private Property

Unit #1: PARKED 2016 Dodge TK Ram 
Red in color
Owner: Taddy Sevek 9383 McAllister Rd 
Lisbon, Ohio 44432

Unit #2: 2005 Chevrolet 4s Malibu Red in 
color
Owner: Gregg Neel 36925 Eagleton Rd 
Lisbon, Ohio 44432
Operator: Rebecca Neel 409 Angle Myer St 
Leetonia, Ohio 44431


Unit #1 was parked in the parking lot (row 
10) facing in a northeast direction. Unit #2 
was parked to the north side of Unit #1 and 
attempted to back out of the parking space.

Unit #2's right rear corner area struck Unit 
#l's left rear quarter area. No injuries 
reported at time of crash. No Unit(s) towed.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180563
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE MCALLISTER

The complainant contacted this department 
to report a drive-off. She advised that the 
driver of a black chevy truck pumped 
$30.04 worth of fuel. The driver then left 
heading westbound on E. State St. without 
rendering payment.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180565
Date:  Saturday, January 27,2018
Fight
1872 E STATE ST
PARKING LOT

Complainant: RENEE GREENAMYER

Officers responded to the above location in 
reference to a fight. It was found that a male 
and female had broken up and an argument 
broke out with the male getting shoved and 
losing his balance going through some of 
the fencing on the east side of the lot.

No injuries reported.

The female juvenile was sent on her way 
with those she arrived with. The male and 
his friend along with the parents went back 
inside the business.

The business manager/complainant 
advised no problem with the fence they just 
didn't want any one to get hurt.

The male wanted nothing done.

The female was sent on her way and the 
others went inside to eat.



Pti. French



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Incident #: 20180560
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Assist Perry Police
1184 W PERRY ST

Complainant: PTPD

Officers responded to 1184 W. Perry St. to 
assist a Perry Twp. Officer with a possible 
domestic. 

Upon arrival, officers stood by while the 
Perry Twp. officer conducted his 
investigation. Officer later cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180559
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: GOSHEN TWP, PD 

Officer assisted a Goshen Twp. Police 
Dept. officer with running a DataMaster 
breath test at the Salem Police Dept. on an 
OVI suspect they had placed under arrest. 
The female arrestee did submit to a breath 
test with results being a .105 %BAC. 

Proper paperwork was provided to the 
Goshen Twp. Officer and officer then 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180558
Date: Saturday, January 27,2018
Child Abuse 
680 PARK AVE

This agency received a call from a social 
worker from Akron Children's Hospital Main 
Campus in Akron in reference to a possible 
child abuse incident. 

This agency's Detective and an investigator 
with Columbiana County Children's 
Services was notified. Investigation is 
pending.



Ptl. B. Smith



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



Incident #: 20180557
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
624 E FIFTH ST

Officers attempted a warrant arrest of a 
male subject at a residence in the 600 block 
of E. 5th St. and had negative contact. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith


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Incident #: 20180556
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Reckless Operator
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer was dispatched to the WaLMart 
parking lot at 2875 E. State Street for a 
report of a red truck operating reckless near 
the large snow pile in the lot. Officer 
responded and observed several people 
standing beside vehicles, one a red Ford 
Ranger, parked near the snow pile. 

Officer made contact with one male subject 
who advised that the red pickup truck was 
his, but he denied operating the truck 
recklessly. 

All subjects were advised of the 
consequences to operating recklessly.



Ptl. C. Crider 



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lncident #: 20180555
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Unattended Fire
257 W WILSON ST

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
W Wilson St in reference to a fire complaint. 
Complainant advised that the neighbors 
had come onto the property and started a 
fire in their fire pit. 

Officer spoke with the neighbors who 
denied having started it. Officers learned 
that they were burning a dresser. 

The Salem Fire Department extinguished 
the fire and they were advised no to light it 
again. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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



Incident #: 20180554
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
226 VINE AVE

Complainant: PRASANTA KOTHAKOTA,  
AURORA, OH 44202 

Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
Vine Ave for a criminal damaging report. 
When officers arrived on scene they met 
with the complainant who stated that one of 
the residents living in the apartment's 
attempted to break open one of the 
washers and steal the change inside. 

Officers documented the damage done to 
the washer with photographs.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180553
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Check Well Being
1614 MERLE RD

Complainant: FIVE STAR URGENT 
RESPONSE

Officers were dispatched to the 1600 block 
of Merle Rd. for a medical assist. When 
officers arrived on scene it was found out to 
be a false alarm and that the complainant 
had hit his medical emergency button on 
accident.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180549
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
241 E STATE ST B 

Officers attempted contact with a female 
subject in the 200 block of E. State Street 
who had an arrest warrant from the 
Columbiana County Sheriff Department. 
Officers made contact with a female subject 
at the residence who was not the female in 
question. Officers also spoke with a male 
subject at the residence who was found to 
have an active arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff Department. 

The male subject was subsequently placed 
in custody for the warrant and transported 
back to the police department for booking. 

The subject was transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Donnie L. Greathouse 241 E. 
State Street Apt. B Salem, Ohio
Warrant- Failure to Appear for Driving 
Under Suspension



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180547
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
491 REILLY AVE D

Complainant: CHUCK HUDDLESTON

Officers were dispatched to Reilly Stadium 
in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant advised that he observed 
three juveniles climb over the cast iron 
fence to the stadium. 

Officers responded and checked for the 
juveniles, but they had already departed. 
No signs of criminal mischief were 
observed. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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



lncident #: 20180546
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Traffic Offense
JENNINGS AVE / W NINTH ST 

Police conducted a traffic stop on Jennings 
Ave at W. 9th St. after Police observed that 
the vehicle did not have a rear license plate. 
After making contact with the driver it was 
verified he had multiple warrants. 

The vehicle was towed by Sinsleys and the 
driver was transported to the station. 

After booking the driver was transported to 
county jail by the Columbiana Co Sheriff.


Arrested: Robert C. Nelson
Address: 305 W. 7th St
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant / Failure To Appear
Driving Under Suspension
Expired Registration



Ptl Osberg



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


Saturday, January 27, 2018
08:20 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180542
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Ambulance Needed
411 JENNlNGS AVE UP 

Officer responded to the above location and 
went to check on the female complainant 
who needed transported to the hospital due 
to her illness.

EMT ambulance along with Salem first 
responders were on scene.

Officer checked on the female and while 
there observed a silver type pipe laying on 
the pillow on the floor in the living room 
which the female denied being hers but 
some one else's.

The item was brought to this department 
along with a straw wooden type pipe, found 
on the kitchen table. The items were 
disposed of.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180532
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Speak To Officer
2059 MONROE ST 18

Complainant: JULIA

Report of speak to officers. Complainant 
advised that a male subject had walked 
away from the Salem Hospital before his 
court ordered treatment was up. 

This officer checked the male subjects 
apartment and found no one was home. 
The complainant called back and advised 
that they found that he had went to St. 
Elizabeth hospital.



Ptl. Miller



********************************



Incident #: 20180540
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
HAWLEY AVE / CLEVELAND ST


Report of a green suv that has been parked 
at the above location all week. Upon arrival, 
this officer spoke with the owner and she 
advised that she is in the process of getting 
the vehicle fixed this evening.



Ptl. Miller



**************************************



Incident #: 20180537
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
277 E STATE ST 

Complainant: DOUG KOEHLER

Report of criminal damage at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
some time last week someone had kicked 
the rear door of his business. Complainant 
advised that he just wanted atextra patrol of 
the alley at the rear of his business.



Ptl. Miller



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Incident #: 20180535
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
1590 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Report of upset/distraught male subject in 
the area of the railroad tracks (Mullins, S. 
Ellsworth). 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area for 
several minutes and was unable locate the 
above subject.


Ptl. Miller



**************************************



Incident #: 20180531
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Theft
615 S LINCOLN AVE 8

Complainant: Matthew Warren

Officers responded to the above address for 
a theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated they let a male 
subject borrow the item then it was stolen 
while in the male subjects possession.


Ptl. M.Wirkner



************************************



Incident #: 20180533
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: DAWN 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a gas drive off, officers checked the area 
and was unable to locate the vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



***********************************



Incident #: 20180534
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Fraud

Complainant: MARJORIE SMITH

Officers spoke with a complainant about an 
unknown person(s) stealing and altering 
their checks then cashing it, the matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



***********************************



lncident #: 20180535
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
590 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Report of upset / distraught male subject in 
the area of the railroad tracks (Mullins, S. 
Ellsworth). 

Upon arrival, officers checked the area for 
several minutes and was unable locate the 
above subject.


Ptl. Miller



**********************************



lncident #: 20180537
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
277 E STATE ST

Complainant: DOUG KOEHLER

Report of criminal damage at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
some time last week someone had kicked 
the rear door of his business. 

Complainant advised that he just wanted a 
extra patrol of the alley at the rear of his 
business.



Ptl. Miller



***********************************



lncident #: 20180539
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Traffic Offense
635 E STATE ST


Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a moving truck parked on the 
roadway blocking traffic.

Officers located the truck and spoke with 
the driver, Officers advised the driver to 
move the truck.



Ptl. M.Wirkner 



***********************************



lncident #: 20180540
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
HAWLEY AVE / CLEVELAND ST


Report of a green suv that has been parked 
at the above location all week. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the 
owner and she advised that she is in the 
process of getting the vehicle fixed this 
evening.


Ptl. Miller



**********************************



lncident #: 20180521
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
526 SOUTHEAST BLVD 

Complainant: KAYLA HOLENCHICK

Officers responded to the 1500 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a report of an upset 
person. Officers did check on the person 
who had since calmed down. The 
complainant was advised to call back if 
needed.


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180522
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018


Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of 
E. 7th St. for a report of dogs at large. 
When officer arrived they were able to 
locate the owner of the dogs who stated 
that his dogs had gotten loose due to 
damage done to his,fence. He stated that 
he was aware that the dogs had gotten 
loose and is in the process of fixing the 
damaged fence to solve the problem.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180526
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
156 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: CALLER, ANOUNYMOUS

Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave for a motor vehicle accident 
with no injury. The driver advised his vehicle 
battery died and he attempted to back the 
vehicle into a parking lot but struck a light 
pole. 

The driver was issued a citation for 
improper backing and the vehicle was 
towed from the scene by Davidson's towing.


Cited: Dale R. Haynes
Address: 1374 S Lincoln Ave, Apt 2, Salem, 
Ohio 44460.
Charge: Improper Backing city ordinance 
331.13



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180527
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Accident Private Property
1995 E STATE ST A

Officer were dispatched to the 1900 block of 
E. State St. for a private property crash. 
When officers arrived on scene they spoke 
with the driver of Unit#l, who stated that she 
was backing out of her parking spot when 
her mirror struck the pillar next to her car. 
No citations were issued and the report 
number was given.


Ptl. Connolly



**************************************



Incident #: 20180529
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Assault
228 VINE AVE 

Complainant: CALLER, ANONYMOUS

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave for an assault. The complainant 
advised several subjects entered his 
residence and started striking him. He 
stated that an argument started over social 
media and the subjects left prior to officers 
arrival. The victim and a witness filled out 
written statements. While inside the 
residence officers could detect the odor of 
marijuana and the resident willingly handed 
over the paraphernalia and marijuana. 

He was issued a minor misdemeanor 
citation for the marijuana. Further 
contraband located in the home will be sent 
to BCI for testing and additional charges 
may be pending. 

Officers spoke with the other subjects 
involved and they stated that the resident 
had threatened them with a weapon and the 
physical altercation was mutual. The 
subjects advised that would fill out written 
statements about the incident. This matter 
is currently under investigation.

Cited: Zak Marley Zank
Address: 228 Vine St Apt. 15 Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180530
Date: Friday, January 26,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
141 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop for an 
equipment violation in an alley way in the 
100 block of S Ellsworth Ave. Officer had 
K9 Argo respond to the scene to perform an 
open air sniff of the vehicle, Argo then 
subsequently did alert to the presence of 
narcotic odor coming from the vehicle. 

Officers performed a probable cause search 
of the vehicle where nothing of significance 
was located. 

Upon speaking to one of the occupants the 
male subject did admit to having marijuana 
on him and handed it over to officers. The 
male passenger of the vehicle was issued a 
minor misdemeanor citation for possession 
of marijuana with a mandatory court date of 
01/29/2018 at 0830 hours at CCMC.

The driver of the vehicle was given a verbal 
warning for two headlights required.

Cited: Miguel Juarez
Address: 509 Columbia Street, Salem, 
Ohio, 44460
Charge: Possession of Marijuana (ORD 
513.C2)



Ptl C Walla



***********************************


Friday, January 26, 2018
07:41 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180518
Date. Thursday, January 25,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2388 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the 2300 block of E 
State St for a motor vehicle accident with no 
injury reported. Unit #2, Robert Clark 
(Lisbon), was headed eastbound on E State 
St near Continental Drive and drove into the 
middle left turn lane. Unit #1 was headed 
eastbound on E State St behind Unit #l. 
Unit #3 was headed westbound on E State 
St. Unit #1, Clyde Ketchum (Salineville), 
looked away from the roadway and drifted 
into the left hand turn lane and side swiped 
Unit #2.
 
Unit #1 then continued into the westbound 
lane and the front driver side struck the rear 
driver side of Unit #3, Derek Shasteen 
(Salem). 

Photos were taken of the damage to all 
vehicles and they were able to be driven 
from the scene. The driver of Unit #1 was 
issued a citation for a marked lanes 
violation.


Cited: Clyde E. Ketchum
Address: 763 Salineville Rd W, Salineville, 
Ohio 43945
Charge: Failure to Drive in Marked Lanes 
city ordinance 331.08



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180519
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Fraud 
447 N UNION AVE

Complainant: JOSEPH CAPPUZZELLO

Complainant on station to speak with a 
officer about being the victim of a fraud. The 
complainant stated that someone unknown 
to him had taken out a loan in his name 
without his knowledge or permission. 

Officers provided the complainant with the 
options for dealing with the situation. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180520
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION

Oficer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the clerk on 
duty. The clerk stated that a unknown 
person had pumped $17.00 in gas and then 
fled the area without rendering payment. 
Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180513
Date: Wednesday, Januarv 24.2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
807 FRANKLIN AVE 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a warrant check. 

Upon arrival, officer located the subject in 
question.

The warrant was confirmed and the subject 
was taken into custody, transported to this 
station for the booking process and later 
released to the CCSO.


Arrested: Robert W. Callahan II
807 Franklin Ave.
Salem, Ohio 44460
Charge- Warrant



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180514
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1200 E SIXTH ST A
SCHOOL 

Officer responded to the Salem High School 
for a juvenile problem. Several officers 
providing security at the basketball game 
advised several fans were becoming 
combative with one another and was 
worried about possible fights in the parking 
lot. 

Officer stood by until the parking lot was 
cleared.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180517
Date: Thursday, January 25,2018
Domestic In Progress
800 E PERSHING ST D

Officers responded to the 800 block of E 
Pershing St in regards to a domestic in 
progress. A third party caller advised that a 
male and female subject had been walking 
west bound in the 800 block of E Pershing 
arguing with one another. Officers arrived 
on scene and made contact with both 
parties who both advised that they were 
okay and that they only had a verbal 
argument. Officers cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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Thursday, January 25, 2018
09:11 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180506
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Child Unattended At Home
207 JENNINGS AVE A

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a child unattended 
at home. 

Upon arrival, officer did locate the mother 
was at home and there was no problem.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180507
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018 
Harassment
1135 E STATE ST

Complainant: HEATHER JONES

Complainant on station in reference to a 
report of harassment. The complainant 
advised she found pictures ofherself on 
Facebook that she wanted removed. Officer 
assited her with removing the pics.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180508
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Check Well Being
2059 MONROE ST 18

Officer(s) responded to the 2000 block of 
Monroe to check on the welfare of a city 
resident. On arrival officers were able to 
make contact with the person in question. 
The man stated that he was fine and that he 
did not need anything. 

Officers did advise the man to contact the 
family member who had called. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180509
Date: Wednesday, Januarv 24.2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1378 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
South Lincoln for a reported dispute. On 
arrival officers spoke with both of the 
persons involved. 

It was determined to be a verbal dispute 
between a tenant and the building manager. 

Officers advised both persons to stay away 
from each other and then cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180510
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Loud Music From MV
270 ROOSEVELT AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer of a Red suv 
that drives in the area of E. Third St. and 
Roosevelt Ave. with loud music that 
constantly wakes him up.

Officers will patrol the area.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180511
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
2561 LEXINGTON AVE 48

Complainant: FRANK MARTIN

Officer responded to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Ave. to speak to a complainant. 
The complainant advised officer that his 
juvenile son was threatened while on the 
school bus. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180512
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: PAIGE 

Complainant advised that a silver Chevy 
Impala departed the area without rendering 
payment for $20.01 worth of fuel from pump 
#12. The vehicle was last seen traveling 
eastbound.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180505
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Check Well Being
2059 MONROE ST 18

Complainant: KATHLEEN BAYLIN,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 44408 

Officers responded to 2059 Monroe St. 
Apt.#I 8 to speak with the female 
complainant in reference to checking the 
well being of her son. 

Upon arrival, officers were met by the 
complainant outside who was concerned for 
her 65 year old son's health. She states that 
she wants him to go to the hospital because 
of his history of seizures and consuming 
alcohol all the time. 

Officers explained to the complainant that 
we could not force her son to go to the 
hospital but that I would speak with him. 
Officer did speak with her son for several 
minutes and he refused to go the hospital 
while officer was present, but did state that 
he would go to the hospital on his own after 
he cleans up a little bit. Officers cleared.




Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180504
Date: Wednesday, January 24,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
900 BLOCK OF E FOURTH ST

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle parked 
on the roadway in the 900 block of E Fourth 
St that had it's head lights on for over an 
hour. 

Officer checked the vehicle and found it to 
be unoccupied. The vehicle was found to be 
off, but it's doors were unlocked. Officer 
turned the headlights off and secured the 
vehicle. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180502
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
615 S LINCOLN AVE 2

Officers arrested 19 year old Darian M. 
Libert at 615 S. Lincoln Ave. Apt.#2 on an 
active warrant out of the Columbiana 
County Sheriffs Dept. for failure to appear 
on a driving under suspension charge. Mr. 
Libert was transported to the Salem Police 
Dept. for processing and later released to 
Dep. Coleman of the CCSO and 
transported to the County Jail. Officers 
cleared.


Arrestee:
Darian M. Libert
61 5 S. Lincoln Ave. Apt.#2
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: CCSO Warrant - Failure to Appear



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180501
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Suspicious Person lAddress 0 I000 BLOCK 
OF


Complainant: NICOLE LEE

Officers were dispatched to the area of 
Hawley Ave and Cleveland St in reference 
to a suspicious person.

Complainant advised of a male, wearing a 
dark hooded sweatshirt, who was running 
up and down Hawley Ave and dancing in 
the parking lot of the Stark Memorial 
Funeral Home. 

Prior to officers arrival, complainant advised 
that a female was now with the male and 
they were walking down Cleveland St. 
Officers made contact with the subjects in 
the 1000 block of Cleveland St and advised 
them of the complaint. The male advised 
that he was just running in the area and 
getting some fresh air. 

The female was found to be a juvenile, and 
although no curfew violation was being 
broken, officers made sure she got home 
safely. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180498
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
438 S BROADWAY AVE SALEM


Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Broadway Ave to serve an arrest warrant on 
a male subject who had an active arrest 
warrant out of the Columbiana County 
Sheriffs Office. Officers made contact with a 
male individual, but due to a language 
barrier a translator was contacted and 
responded to the scene. 

With the help of a translator, the subject 
was located inside the residence and 
subsequently taken into custody. The male 
was transported to the police department 
for processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Miguel Lorenzo DOB 02/05/1991
438 S Broadway Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Warrant- Failure to Appear-
OVI/Failure to Control



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180496
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Public Assist


Complainant: COURTNEY WATERS

Officer was flagged down in the parking lot 
of the police department by the complainant 
requesting officer's assistance. Complainant 
advised that her little sister had accidentally 
put their mother's water department 
payment into the blue medication bin 
located in the rear lobby of the police 
department. 

Officer advised that a note would be left for 
the DTF officer who has access to the bin. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Wednesday, January 24, 2018
09:17 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180487
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SHARP AVE / PROSPECT ST


Traffic Crash Report

Unit #1 : 2005 Pontiac 4s G-6 Maroon in 
color
Owner: Marjorie Cross 1653 S. Lincoln 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Makenzi Wilkes 413 S. Lincoln 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2007 Chevrolet 4s Impala Grey in 
color
Owner: William Dotson 391 Sharp St 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Olivia Dotson 391 Sharp St 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was west bound on Prospect St. 
Unit #2 was coming out of the alley 
way/drive heading south attempting to turn 
left to head east on Prospect not seeing 
Unit #1 coming. Unit #1 struck the left side 
front quarter, drivers side door and wheel of 
Unit #2 with it's front.

No injuries reported at time of crash.

No Unit (s) towed.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180485
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Injured / Sick Animal
780 W EUCLID ST

Complainant: BARRY THOMPSON

Police responded to the 700 block of W. 
Euclid St for an injured deer. Police 
observed that the deer was unable to move 
and appeared sick. 

Police then put the deer down. Davidsons 
was then contacted to remove the deer.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180486
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Forgery
1378 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: CINDY MITCHELL

Report of forgery at the above location. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
someone had taken a check from a 
residents mailbox and forged a signature 
and cashed the check.
 
The check was made out to the apartment 
complex for rent ($630) for a resident by 
Columbiana County Mental Health Center. 
Unknown where the check was cashed. All 
information was gathered for the 
investigation.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180488
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Accident Private Property
1136 E. State St

UNIT # 1  Owner BARBARA WEIKART-
KUDER 

UNIT # 2  Owner RONALD LAUGHLIN 


Two Vehicle Private Property Accident. 
Local Report Only.

Unit # 2 backed out of a parking space in 
the parking lot at 11 36 E. State St. Unit # 2 
backed in a southeast direction and 
stopped to pull forward and exit the lot. Unit 
# 1 began to back out of a parking space 
before Unit # 2 was clear. Unit # 1 backed 
into the right rear quarter panel of Unit # 2 
with Unit # 1's back bumper. Photos taken


Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20180489
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Fraud

Complainant: PATRICIA CARL

Officer made contact with the victim on 
station in reference to a forgery complaint. 
Victim advised that an unknown subject had 
stolen a check out her mailbox , which she 
had placed in there to pay her dog license. 
She states that the unknown subject 
changed the dollar amount on the check 
and then cashed it. 

Information was gathered and the matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20180490
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Animal Complaint
1911 SHADY LN

Report of a dog at large and continuously 
barking at the above noted location. Officer 
responded and observed two dogs in the 
yard. They stayed in their yard with an 
electric fence, therefore they would not be 
considered loose. 

The owner was contacted via public service 
at his place of employment and he was 
advised of the complaint.


Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180491
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Theft


Complainant: LINDA MOTHERWELL

Complainant on station reference a theft 
from her residence. Complainant advised 
that this morning she found out that last 
night that a known male subject that was at 
her house had taken 13 oxycodone pills 
from her prescription that she had refilled 
on the 11th. She did get seven of the pills 
back but he advised that he took the other 
7. All information was gathered and she 
was given the report number for her Dr. 
Office.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20180493
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Criminal Trespassing

Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

Complainant on station to advise that she 
wanted a female subject to stop coming to 
her business. The complainant was advised 
of her options in dealing with this matter 
and if there was a problem to contact this 
department.




Ptl Miller



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incident #: 20180475
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Reckless Operator
2875 E STATE ST A

Complainant: RITA

Officers were dispatched to the 2800 block 
of E State St in reference to a reckless 
operator. Complainant advised that she was 
following behind a red Ford suv and were 
coming into the city west bound on SR 14 
and the vehicle was all over the roadway. 

Prior to officers arrival, complainant advised 
that the vehicle pulled into the Walmart 
parking lot. Officer located the vehicle 
parked in a handicapped parking space in 
the parking lot with the operator already 
inside. Officer waited for the operator for 
several minutes, but nobody returned to the 
vehicle. Officer cleared.


Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20180476
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Domestic In Progress
156 N MADISON AVE


Complainant: MICHAEL CLARK

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 
N Madison Ave in regards to a domestic in 
progress. 

Upon arrival, officer attempted contact at 
the residence, but there was no answer. 
Complainant advised that the couple who 
reside at the residence had just gotten into 
a vehicle and left prior to officer's arrival. 

No vehicle description nor direction of travel 
were provided by the complainant. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochra



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Incident #: 20180477
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Dog At Large
914 PROSPECT ST


Officers responded to 914 Prospect St. for a 
report of a loose dog. 

Upon arrival, officers observed the dog, a 
brown/white pit bull/boxer mix in the 
entrance to Kelly Park on Prospect St. The 
dog did not have a collar on.

The City Humane Officer was notified to 
respond to take control of the dog, however 
prior to the Humane officers arrival the 
owner of the dog whom resides several 
doors down showed up on scene. The 
owner was able to take control of her dog 
and secure it. The owner was identified and 
it was determined through the owners 
admission they have been warned before 
for the same dog running at large. 

The owner was requested to go to her 
residence, secure her dog and get the 
updated dog tags and respond to the police 
dept. so a citation could be issued. 

Once Ms. Phillips arrived on station she did 
produce current 2018 dog tags for her dog. 
She was issued a MM citation under the 
dogs running at large ordinance 
(ORD505.01c). She was given a court date 
of Friday January 26th, 2018 at 08:30a.m. 
in the Columbiana County Municipal Court.


CITED:
Sonya M. Phillips
992 Prospect St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Dog at Large



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180478
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
226 VINE AVE

Officers responded to 226 Vine. Ave. Apt.#2 
to attempt an arrest warrant out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. on a 
male subject. 

Upon arrival, officers attempted and had 
negative contact at the door. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180479
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: KILEY STEED

Officers responded to the Salem Walmart 
located at 2875 E. State St. for a report of 
an assault called in by the 
complainant/victim, Kiley B. Steed. The 
complainant reported the female suspect 
and a male with her left the scene in a black 
Dodge car and provided a license plate for 
the vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
complainant whom advised she was struck 
on the back side of her head once or twice 
by an unknown female.

The complainant denied medical treatment 
but stated she had a headache. Information 
was gathered from the complainant as well 
as several other people with her. Officers 
also spoke with an employee of Walmart as 
well as two patrons who either witnessed or 
partially witnessed the incident. 
Investigation is pending. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180480
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Check Well Being
CONTINENTAL / BENTLEY 49

Complainant: DEBRA CRESANTO

Officer was dispatched to the Laurel Court 
apartment complex to check the well being 
of two subjects.

Complainant advised dispatch that the male 
subject had made statements threatening 
suicide a few hours prior and she would like 
officers to check on him and his mother. 
Officer responded and made contact with 
the female who advised that everything was 
okay and nothing was needed. She advised 
that the male, her son, was sleeping. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran 91



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Incident #: 20180481
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERM ARKET

Complainant: AMBER MORRIS

Officers met with a female complainant / 
victim at 2875 E. State Street (WaLMart), 
while on another incident report, who 
advised her vehicle was damaged in the 
parking lot. The complainant advised that 
her car was scratched or someone keyed it. 

Officer observed and photographed a deep 
scratch on the left side passenger door. The 
complainant advised that the damage was 
not there when she parked in the lot earlier. 
Officer advised a report would be 
completed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180482
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Suspicious Activity
1163 E THIRD ST 

Officers were dispatched to the 11 00 block 
of E. Third Street for a report of noises 
heard at a residence where no one was 
home. Officers responded and found that 
the noise was caused by a screen door due 
to wind. The residence was secure.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180483
Date: Tuesday, January 23,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
1851 CLEVELAND ST 

Officers responded to the 1800 block of 
Cleveland Street in regards to a follow up 
from an incident that occurred on a previous 
date. While attempting to make contact with 
the residence at the property officers 
discovered an open door. Officers tried to 
make contact with the homeowner with 
negative results. 

Officers then secured the door that was 
found ajar and then cleared.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Tuesday, January 23, 2018
08:44 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180473
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Dog at Large
491 REILLY AVE

Complainant: LILLIANA COLON,  NORTH 
LIMA, OH 44452 

Police responded to the area of Reilly 
Stadium for a dog in the roadway. The 
complainant advised that two female 
juveniles were in the roadway trying to 
catch the dog. Police searched the area 
and were unable to locate.



Ptl. Osberg



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Incident #:20180468
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
W STATE ST / N ELLSWORTH

Complainant: SFD, 260 S ELLSWORTH 
AVE SALEM

Police responded to the intersection of W. 
State St and N. Ellsworth Ave for a disabled 
vehicle. 

Police stood by until Sinsleys arrived. The 
vehicle was removed and the driver and 
passenger were transported.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180464
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Menacing / Threats
1265 CEDAR RIDGE DR A

Complainant: HERY SALAMANCA

Complainant on station with a male subject 
reference being harassed. Complainant 
advised that two subjects had showed up at 
the male subjects/victims residence last 
night, they were harassing him and 
threatening him.

He advised that when he left a friend told 
him that one of the subjects had a gun. All 
information was gathered for the 
investigation and the male subject/victim 
was advised to contact this department if 
the subjects came back to his residence.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180445
Date. Sunday, January 21,2018
Assault
807 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: PATSY DANISKA,  CANTON, 
OH 44721

Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of an assault that 
occurred in the 800 block of Franklin Ave. 
The complainant advised that her boyfriend 
had struck her several times inside his 
residence. She stated that she was able to 
gather all of her belongings and leave the 
residence. 

She willingly wrote a written statement and 
advised she wanted to pursue charges. 
This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180446
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Ambulance Needed
760 W WILSON ST


Officer's assisted Salem FD and EMT with a 
medical problem in the 700 blk of W. 
Wilson. The subject was transported to 
SRMC for additional medical treatment. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Incident #: 20180447
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1329 RIDGEWOOD DR


Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Ridgewood for a reported domestic dispute. 

On arrival officers spoke with one of the 
persons involved. It was determined that a 
husband and wife had been involved in a 
verbal dispute that had turned physical. The 
wife stated that her husband had left the 
residence prior to officers arriving on scene. 

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
South Madison and placed Josh T Hall in 
custody without incident for domestic 
violence. Hall was transported to the station 
were he was processed and then taken to 
the county jail. Officers cleared.


Arrested / Josh T Hall 
Charge / Domestic Violence



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180448
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Suspicious Person 
1007 E FOURTH ST

Officer were dispatched the 1000 block of 
E. Fourth St. For a suspicious persons 
report. When officers arrived they meet with 
the subject at the rear of the house. The 
subject stated that he was waiting on his 
mail to arrive.

The subject stated that he had permission 
to be on the property via his mother.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180449
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Juvenile  Problem
1270 CEDAR RIDGE DR D

Officers responded to the 1200 block of 
Cedar Ridge Dr in regards to an unruly 
juvenile. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with juvenile in 
question along with parent of the juvenile 
who was also the complainant. Officers 
then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180450
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Stolen Vehicle
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB

Complainant: EYDIE DEVINE

On 1/21/2018 officers responded to Salem 
PD in regards to a stolen vehicle report. 

Upon arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant and gathered information 
necessary to conduct an investigation. 
Once officers had the complainants vehicle 
information along with hers officers cleared 
without incident. The vehicle was entered 
into LEADS as stolen, and an investigation 
will be pending.

1/22/18 , recovered by CCSO, cleared from 
LEADS.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180451
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
763 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: SARAH NELSON

Officer were dispatched to the 700 block of 
New Garden for a Domestic Dispute. When 
officers arrived they made contact with the 
complainant who stated that she had gotten 
into an argument with her son about her 
granddaughter. The complainant stated that 
the other party involved had already left the 
scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180452
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Loud Music From MV
270 ROOSEVELT AVE

Complainant: ANNONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 200 block of 
Roosevelt Ave in regards to a loud music 
complaint. 

Upon arrival at the complaint's address they 
advised that a red in color SUV has been 
driving around the area with music blaring 
out of it while driving up and down the road 
at a high rate of speed. Officers then 
gathered information from the complainant 
and then cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180453
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY 

Officers responded to Smith Oil in regards 
to a drive off. Officers gathered the 
information from staff there and provided 
information on the vehicle. The subject in 
question left with $20.01 in gas and a 
description of the vehicle was provided. 
Staff could not however provide a 
registration for the vehicle.


-Ptl. D Miller


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lncident #: 20180455
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: DEANNA RUDY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that an 
unknown male sent inappropriate 
messages to her juvenile daughter on snap 
chat. 

Officer advised the complainant to have her 
daughter block the male and not to respond 
to him any further.



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20180456
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
120 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: AYLA MROCZKOWSKI

Officers responded to the 100 block of N 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a suspicious 
vehicles report. The complainant advised 
that two vehicles had been sitting in the 
parking lot for an extended period of time 
and was making them nervous. 

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the vehicles who advised that they 
were just sitting in the parking lot eating, the 
subjects then left the parking lot. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl Walla



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Incident #: 20180457
Date Monday, January 22,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
413 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: JONATHAN SUDIA

Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Lincoln Ave for a criminal damaging report. 
The complainant advised a friend was at his 
residence when he was not home and had 
broken several items inside the home as 
well as caused damage to windows and 
walls. Officers attempted to make contact 
with the male juvenile but was unable 
contact him. 

This matter is currently under investigation.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180458
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
B&E / Burglary In Progress
228 VINE AVE 16

Complainant: MARY DAILEY

Officers responded to the 200 block of Vine 
Ave in regards to a Breaking and Entering 
in progress. Officers arrived on scene and 
spoke to the complainant who advised that 
an old tenant of the residence had broken 
into an apartment to gather personal 
belongings. 

Officers then went to the apartment and 
found an open door to the apartment, 
officers proceeded to check the inside of 
the residence but no one was found. It was 
found that this issue was a civil issue due to 
the fact that the tenant was not properly 
evicted.



Ptl Walla 


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Incident #: 20180460
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Ambulance Needed
411 JENNINGS AVE

Officer responded to the above location with 
Salem Fire first responders with the F. D. 
having to spread the door to gain entry. 
KLG ambulance arrived.

The female inside needed transported to 
the hospital for a medical condition.

Nothing further needed.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180462
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Lines Down (Not In Roadway)
CEDAR RIDGE DR / SOUTHEAST

Officers along with Salem FD responded to 
the above location for a report of a 
transformer sparking. 

While on scene two male subjects 
approached and stated they were doing 
some digging and hit an unmarked power 
line and could have caused the sparking. 
Ohio Edison was notified.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180463
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Child Custody Dispute
456 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: TINA GREEN

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant who advised 
that,  Sunday 01-21-18 she had the Goshen 
Police Dept at her residence reference her 
10 year old grand daughter who she has 
custody of.

It came down to the grand mother (legal 
guardian) of the child had the mother come 
and pick her up so she could spend the 
night.

This morning the mother was to bring her 
back to Goshen to the grand mother so she 
could attend school.

The mother failed to bring the child back 
from Salem and now the grand mother 
wanted her back.

The mother was not at home with the child 
but supposedly at a local business visiting a 
friend on their break as she does every 
work day of her friend.

No one was at the residence and the grand 
mother/complainant advised she would 
wait.

Officer(s) went to the local business to try 
and find the daughter and grand daughter. 
Officer(s) could not locate the black vehicle 
they were supposed to be in.

Approximately 10 minutes later officer(s) 
were called back to the daughters 
residence on E. 5th St where she had come 
home and the grand mother was still there.

After a short discussion the daughter/grand 
daughter went to go back to Goshen with 
the grand mother legal guardian.

The mother at the residence advised it was 
only a temporary custody from 2011 but it 
had not been changed.

Officer tried to explain to the mother on 
what she needed to do or try to get the 
custody back through the proper court 
channels. She advised she understood.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180465
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
DIS- Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
417 E SEVENTH ST 1/2

Officers responded to the above location for 
a verbal dispute between an evicted tenant 
and the landlord.

Officers spoke with the female subject who 
just wanted to move her vehicles off the 
property and the landlord wouldn't let her 
out of the driveway, the landlord wanted 
them towed. 

Officers spoke with the landlord who agreed 
to let the female subject move the vehicles 
off the property without being towed.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180466
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment

Complainant: TYLER BUCKUS

Officer made contact with the complainant 
on station in reference to phone 
harassment. Complainant advised that the 
subject, who she used to work with, has 
been harassing her via the phone and 
social media.

Complainant advise that she has since 
blocked her from all social media and 
phone and wished the incident be 
documented. Officer attempted to make 
contact with the subject but had negative 
contact.



Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20180467
Date: Monday, January 22,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
483 E EUCLID ST

Complainant: NICK GRANDE

Officers responded to the above location for 
an hiuskip accident. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated their vehicle was 
parked legally on side of the roadway and 
sometime early this morning someone 
struck the vehicle.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Monday, January 22, 2018
08:15 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180445
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Assault
807 FRANKLIN AVE

Complainant: PATSY DANISKA,  NE 
CANTON, OH 

Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of an assault that 
occurred in the 800 block of Franklin Ave. 
The complainant advised that her boyfriend 
had struck her several times inside his 
residence. She stated that she was able to 
gather all of her belongings and leave the 
residence. 

She willingly wrote a written statement and 
advised she wanted to pursue charges. 
This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180444
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD


Complainant: OSP, LISBON


Officers responded to the 200 block of N 
Cunningham Road in regards to a warrant 
check. Ohio State Highway Patrol Post 15 
had advised that they had been with a male 
subject who had an active warrant and they 
wanted Salem Police Department to assist. 
Officers arrived on scene and found that the 
male subject had fled on foot.

Officers attempted to track the subject but 
were unable to locate. Officer cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180443
Date: Sunday, January 21,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to assist Ohio State Patrol with 
an arrest. Officer stood by with the Trooper 
while he conducted his investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180442
Date: Sunday, January 24,2018
Intoxicated Driver
780 W STATE ST

Officer responded to the 700 block of W 
State St for a report of a possible 
intoxicated driver. An officer in a 
neighboring jurisdiction was flagged down 
by a complainant advising of such. Officer 
did check the location but no vehicle s 
matching the description were located.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180441
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Assist Other Agency
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist OSP with a search of a vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while a search 
was conducted. Contraband was located 
during the search.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180441
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Assist Other Agency
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD

Complainant: OSP, LISBON

Officers responded to the above location to 
assist OSP with a search of a vehicle. 

Upon arrival, officer stood by while a search 
was conducted. Contraband was located 
during the search.


Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180440
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Check Well Being
2059 MONROE ST 18

Complainant: ANOYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 2000 block of 
Monroe St for a well being check. The 
complainant advised that she had not heard 
from her son in several days and he has 
some medical issues. 

Officers made contact with the male subject 
who advised her was ok and was going to 
contact his mother.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180439
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: WALMART

Officer responded to Walmart for a report of 
a shop lifter. Walmart Asset Protection 
advised officer that a female subject 
attempted to leave the store without paying 
for merchandise. Officer did watch security 
footage of the theft. The female subject was 
arrested.


Arrested: Kristen M. Mango
Address: / 13 Pine St Leetonia, OH 44431
Offense: Theft ORC 2913.02A2


Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20180438
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Theft 
541 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: MICHELE MONTGOMERY

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised that the male subject 
had recently broke up with her daughter 
and had taken several items from the home. 
The daughter stated that she was 
attempting to get the items tomorrow from 
the male suspect. 

The complainant was advised that more 
information was needed about the items. 
This matter is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Sunday, January 21, 2018
10:18 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180432
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Accident No Injury Reported 
S HOWARD AVE / W STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

UNIT# 1 Driver: Emily L. Cluen, SALEM OH

UNIT# 2 Driver: MATHEW WARREN, 
SALEM OH


Officers responded to the intersection of W. 
State St. and Howard Ave. for a motor 
vehicle accident with no injuries reported. 
Unit # 1 went through the red light causing 
Unit # 2 to strike them. Unit # 1 had the 
airbags deploy and had a small child inside 
the vehicle. 

FD and KLG were dispatched. All subjects 
signed a refusual of treatment. 

Unit # 2 was towed from scene by Sinsley. 
The driver of Unit # 1 was cited.


Cited: Emily L. Cluen
Offense: Disobey A Traffic Control Device



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180416
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
910 BROOKLYN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Unit #1 Driver/Owner ELIZABETH 
SCHUSTER, SALEM, OH

Unit #2 Driver/Owner JEFFREY 
HAMILTON, MONROEVILLE, PA



Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
Brooklyn Ave for a two car crash. It was 
found out the Unit 1 was pulling out of a 
driveway traveling Northbound onto the 
roadway. Unit #2 was backing out of a 
driveway traveling westbound when Unit #2 
struck Unit #1. 

The driver of Unit#2 was cited for Improper 
Backing. 

Unit#l was towed from the scene by 
Sinsleys.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180418
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2823 E STATE ST
DUNKIN DONUTS (EAST)


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER


Unit # 1, 2004 CHRY PT Cruise BLK.  
Driver/Owner GARY KNAPP , SALEM, OH

Unit # 2 , 1994 CHEV Silverado TEA,  
Driver/Owner LUKE EVERT , SALEM, OH


Officer responded to the intersection of E. 
State. St. and Cunningham Ave. for a motor 
vehicle accident. Unit # 1 failed to yield to 
Unit # 2, causing Unit # 2 to strike them. 

Photos were taken. The driver of Unit # 1 
was cited. 


Cited: Gary A Knapp
Offense: Right Of Way Intersection ORC 
4511.41A



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180414
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Accident With Injury
968 E STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Officers responded to the 900 block of East 
State St for a reported three vehicle 
accident with injuries. All units involved had 
been traveling east in the 900 block of East 
State St when units # 2 and # 3 stopped for 
traffic. 

The driver of unit # 1 did not stop for traffic 
and struck unit # 2 from behind. This action 
then caused unit # 2 to strike unit # 3 from 
behind. 

First Responders arrived on scene and all 
involved refused treatment. Both units # 1 
and # 2 were towed from the scene. 

The driver of unit # 1 was cited for A.C.D.A. 
and O.V.I.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Charles D Bosel Jr
vehicle / 2002 Ford

Unit # 2 / owner / driver / Bonita Dunlap
vehicle / 2006 Chevy

Unit # 3 / owner / driver / Hollus Oleman
vehicle / 2006 Chevy



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180429
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Natural Death
725 E FIFTH ST 25


Officer was called to a natural death report 
on E. Fifth St. 

Upon arrival Officer spoke with a tenant and 
the Salem FD who were on scene. Matter 
was determined to be a natural death with 
nothing suspicious found.

Coroner and personal doctor were 
contacted per request of EMT ambulance 
and coroner's office per protocol.

Salem FD and EMT did later transport to 
the deceased to Stark Funeral Home in 
Salem. Other family members had been 
notified by the other tenant/resident and or 
family that responded to the scene. 


Ptl.Banar901



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Incident #: 20180430
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Drive Off 
968 E STATE ST 

Complainant: SMITH OIL

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the clerk on 
duty who stated a unknown person had 
pumped $34.00 in gas into a truck and then 
left the area without rendering payment. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180433
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Reckless Operator
N HOWARD AVE / W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer checked for a reckless operator in a 
yellow truck. Truck was westbound in the 
downtown area on State St. 

Officer checked for the truck but it 
apparently made it out of the city without 
further incidents. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180437
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Theft
1680 S LINCOLN AVE


Store reported that three vending machines 
for soda pop were broken into that sit in 
front of the store. All three were entered by 
either key or removing a padlock and key. 
Money was missing from each along with a 
large amount of soda. 

An extra watch was requested and store 
management are reviewing camaraslvideo. 

Under investigation. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180403
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Assist Perry Police
441 BENTON RD

Complainant: PERRY TOWNSHIP, POLICE

Officers were requested to assist Perry Twp 
with a male threatening suicide with a knife 
in a home on Benton Rd.

Upon arrival officer stood by while the 
situation was taken care of. At time of this 
call the caller had reported this however 
neither the male or female there was 
threatening to harm themselves. There was 
a verbal dispute but the female left on foot 
and the male left with a ride from his mother 
in a Cruze. 

Officer on scene advised them arrests were 
probable if the matter escalated again and 
both seemed to understand. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20180404
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Suspicious Person
408 WOODLAND AVE

Officers looked for a person wearing a 
hoody and no socks or shoes. The person 
was on the porch of 408 Woodland but 
gone when officers arrived. 

Officers looked for her but were unable to 
find her. Temperature was only around 20 
degrees F with much snow on the ground. 


Banat901



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Incident #: 20180405
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Criminal Damage To MV
961 W WILSON ST B


Complainant: CHERI BURKE

Complainant on station to report criminal 
damage to her vehicle. Complainant stated 
her vehicle was parked behind her 
residence and her drivers side mirror 
sustained damage. The complainant was 
unsure how or when the damage occurred.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180406
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: JAMES SHEARER

Complainant on station to speak to an 
officer in regards to his vehicle being stolen. 
The complainant was advised to contact 
CCSO since the vehicle was stolen from his 
residence which was in Columbiana County 
jurisdiction.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180409
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Runaway / Missing
142 OHIO AVE

Officers assisted a mother of a three yr old 
locate her after she became missing. The 
girl was found inside a closet in a pile of 
clothes unharmed. 

Officers cleared without further incident. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20180410
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Suspicious Activity
273 W FOURTEENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 200 block of West 
14th St for a report of a suspicious person. 

On arrival officers located the person in 
question and identified her. The female was 
found to have a active warrant for her arrest 
out of Alliance P.D. 

Officers placed Kathryn Sims in custody 
without incident. Sims was turned over to a 
officer from Alliance P.D. Officers cleared.


Arrested / Kathryn A Sims 
Charge / Warrant (Contempt of Court / 
Possession of drugs)



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180411
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Debris In Roadway
935 SOUTH AVE SALEM

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

A report of excessive snow put onto the 
road in 900 bk of South Ave. Officer arrived 
to find a man near 935 who admitted 
shoveling the snow into the street from 
around his vehicles and stated it would just 
melt. 

He was advised the street dept works to 
clear the roads and it was too much snow to 
leave there. He advised officer he would 
move it to the curb lawn or yard. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180413
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
551 S MADISON AVE 

Complainant: CLINT CAIN


2003 HYUN SW , Owner CLINT CAIN 


Officer responded to the 500 block of S. 
Madison Ave. to take a report of a hit skip. 
The complainant advised officer that a small 
black hatch back car delivered something to 
his neighbors earlier in the day and backed 
into his car as they were leaving. 

Photos were taken. The matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180419
Date: Fridav. Januarv 19.2018
Suspicious Person
442 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: THERESA SEVEK

Officer were dispatched to the 400 block of 
Woodland Ave. for a suspicious person 
inside a residence. The complainant 
advised that she had observed someone 
enter an abandoned residence. 

Officers did check the residence and did 
locate a female inside. The female had no 
reason to be in the home and did not know 
the owner of the property. The female was 
taken into custody for Criminal Trespass 
and was later taken to the Columbiana 
County Jail.



ARA: Tricia Watson
962 Jones Dr.
Salem OH, 44460
Charges: Criminal Trespassing M-4



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180421
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Theft
629 E PERRY ST

Complainant: STACEY MOORE

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a theft report over the 
phone. The complainant advised that he 
was watching his neighbors house in the 
600 block of E Perry St and noticed an item 
missing from the porch. The owner wanted 
a report on file and was unsure of who may 
have taken the item.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180422
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Assault
965 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Officers responded to the 900 block of S 
Lundy Ave for a report of an assault. The 
complainant advised he had gotten into a 
physical altercation with a roommate who 
was moving out of the residence. 

The male subject had left the residence 
prior to officers arrival. The complainant did 
not have an physical injuries and refused 
medical treatment. The complainant did 
wish to pursue charges and wanted the 
male subject criminally trespassed. 

The male subject was advised that he was 
not permitted to return to the residence. The 
male subject stated that the complainant 
had started the altercation when he was 
trying to leave. The incident is currently 
under investigation.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180424
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
572 FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: EMILIE LAVOGUE,  
LEETONIA, OH 

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Franklin Ave for an unruly juvenile. The 
complainant advised that her daughter was 
hitting the screens off the new windows 
inside the residence. 

Officers spoke with the juvenile and advised 
the complainant how to file unruly charges.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180426
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Check Well Being
1125 ESTATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ERIKA LOPEZ

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E 
State St in regards to a well being check. 
The female complainant advised that the 
male subject had walked into the business 
and seemed extremely confused and 
disoriented.

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the male subject who had been an 
elderly male who was extremely confused. 
Officers had Salem FD and KLG 
Ambulance respond to the scene to 
evaluate the male subject. The male subject 
was then voluntarily transported to the 
Salem ER by KLG. 

Due to previous incidents with this male his 
wife was able to be contacted and was 
advised of the situation.


Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180427
Date: Saturday, January 20,2018
Loud Persons
1335 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Cleveland St for a loud persons complaint. 
The subjects stated that they were working 
on the vehicles. Officers advised them due 
to the time of night to stop for the evening 
and go inside. Several minutes later officers 
were called back out to the same residence 
for loud music coming from the motor 
vehicles. 

Both subjects were given noise complaint 
warnings and advised they would be issued 
citations if officers were called back to the 
residence.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Saturday, January 20, 2018
08:25 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180392
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SALEM CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Complainant: JULIE MOORE


Complainant on station to report a traffic 
accident that had occurred on December 
30, 2017. Complainant advised that she 
was stopped at the stop sign, in the west 
bound lane, at the intersection of W 
Pershing St and S Broadway Ave. She 
stated that the other vehicle was stopped at 
the stop sign, in the south bound lane of S 
Broadway Ave, at the intersection. 
Complainant advised that she proceeded 
through the intersection and the other 
vehicle had struck her vehicle in the rear 
passenger quarter panel. Complainant's 
vehicle sustained minor damage to the rear 
quarter panel and rim. 

Complainant advised that during the initial 
incident, she and the owner of the other 
vehicle had decided not to make a police 
report and he stated that he would take 
care of the damage. However, she advised 
she has not been able to get in contact him. 

Officer advised that a report would be on 
file. No information on the other vehicle was 
available.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180402
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Ambulance Needed
1539 S LINCOLN AVE 

Complainant: KLG, KLG 1516 S LINCOLN 
AVE B

Officer responded to the above location for 
a medical incident with an unknown 
problem. It was determined that the patient 
most likely had a fever. She was 
transported to the hospital by KLG.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180401
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Littering / Dumping


Officers were dispatched to the area of N. 
Howard Avenue and W. Fourth Street for an 
intoxicated male who was falling down and 
dropping beer cans all over the roadway. 
Officers responded and observed 
approximately 50-60 empty beer cans in the 
intersection. 

Officers made contact with a male subject 
inside an apartment in the 100 block of W. 
Fourth Street who was found to be 
intoxicated and advised he was taking the 
cans home from a bar and dropped them all 
over the road. 

A female subject at the residence stated 
she did not want the male at her apartment 
and a taxi cab was contacted due to the 
male being too intoxicated to walk. The 
subject was taken to a friends house in the 
500 block of Walnut Street and officers 
cleared the cans from the roadway. 

Photographs of the cans were obtained and 
the male was cited with littering.


Cited: James E. Burkholder 938 Prospect 
Street Salem, Ohio 44460 
Littering MM

( The listed offense states littering from a 
motor vehicle because general Littering was 
not an option when selecting an offense)



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180400
Date: Friday, January 19,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
2170 MONROE ST 71

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the 2100 block 
of Monroe Street for a report of a female 
crying inside of an apartment. Officers 
responded and heard a male and female 
subject inside the apartment in question. 
Contact was attempted at the door, but the 
subjects would not answer the door. The 
subjects remained quiet after knocking and 
no signs of physical violence were heard.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180399
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
218 E SIXTH ST

Report of loud music coming from the 
above location. Officer made contact with 
the subject who resides there and advised 
her of the complaint. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180398
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Person To Be Removed
965 S LUNDY AVE

Complainant: 

Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of 
S Lundy Ave in reference to a person to be 
removed complaint.

Complainant advised that he no longer 
wanted the subject at the residence, due to 
the subject not paying him rent. The subject 
lives in a separate apartment that is 
attached to the main residence in which the 
complainant resides. 

Officers explained to the tenant/land lord 
the laws of the State of Ohio to the 
complainant, which resulted in the 
complainant starting to experience anxiety. 
Complainant made several threats of 
committing suicide and ran towards the 
kitchen to obtain a knife. The complainant 
was detained for his safety and the Salem 
Fire Department First Responders and KLG 
Ambulance were requested to the scene. 

The complainant was subsequently 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center for treatment. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180397
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Ambulance Needed
1266 CEDAR RIDGE DR

Officer responded along with the Salem Fire 
Dept. first responders and EMT Ambulance 
to 1266 Cedar Ridge Dr. for a medical. 

Upon arrival, fire dept. personnel tended to 
the female subject. Upon investigation it 
was found the female possibly overdosed 
and fire dept. personnel administered 
Naloxone to the female subject whom was 
ultimately transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center. Officer did follow 
EMT Ambulance to the hospital and 
conducted a follow up investigation. Officer 
later cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith 



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Incident #: 20180396
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Harassment 

Complainant: CASSANDRA TOMLIN

Officer met with a female complainant on 
station who advised that she is being 
harassed by an ex-boyfriend and he is 
threatening to destroy her property. The 
complainant advised that she moved out of 
her boyfriends house in the 800 block of 
Newgarden Avenue a few weeks ago and 
she still has property at the residence. 

She further advised that her ex-boyfriend is 
threatening to burn her property. Officer 
made contact with the ex-boyfriend who 
advised he did say that about her property 
because he was upset, but he was not 
going to damage her property.

He was advised if he did damage the 
property he could be held responsible. He 
advised he would like her to get her 
property out of his house and only contact 
him when she is ready to get the property. 
Officer advised the complainant to make 
arrangements with her ex-boyfriend to get 
her property and also only talk to him about 
when she is getting the property.

A short time later the complainants ex-
boyfriend called and stated that the 
complainant is sending him messages now 
that have nothing to do with getting her 
property. Officer contacted the complainant 
back and advised her again not to have any 
contact with her ex-boyfriend unless it had 
to do with getting her property.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Incident #: 20180394
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Loud Music From MV
ROOSEVELT AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Anonymous caller reported a red SUV 
playing excessively loud music that was last 
observed traveling westbound from 
Roosevelt On E Third St. Caller advised 
that the vehicle frequently travels through 
the area with loud music playing. Officer 
was already on E Third St coming from N 
Lincoln Ave and proceeded eastbound 
along E Third. Officer did not pass any red 
colored vehicles and did not observe any in 
the immediate area of the complaint. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180393
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
W PERSHING ST / S ELLSWORTH 

Complainant: FD DEPT, SALEM

Officers were dispatched to the area of W. 
Pershing Street and S. Ellsworth Avenue for 
a report of a juvenile approximately six 
years old running through the intersection. 
Officers responded to the area, but no 
juveniles were located in the area.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Friday, January 19, 2018
08:32 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180391
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Person To Be Removed
633 CHERRY ST

Complainant: KYLIE CROWL


Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Cherry St in reference to a person to be 
removed report. Complainant advised that 
the subject was inside the residence and 
was no longer welcome there. She also 
advised that the subject had a hypodermic 
needle. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
subject who was searched, via consent, 
and nothing illegal was found to be on his 
person. The subject was advised to leave 
the residence and advised that if he returns, 
he would be charged with Criminal 
Trespass. 

The subject departed and officer made 
contact with the complainant. The 
hypodermic needle was seized, along with 
four pills that were located in the basement, 
inside of a clear plastic baggie. The needle 
was properly disposed of and the pills were 
photographed and logged into evidence. 
The pills will be sent to BCI for testing and 
possible charges are pending.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180388
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Person To Be Removed 
965 S LUNDY AVE


Complainant: EDWARD LITTLE

Report of a person to be removed at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised that 
an unwanted female subject was 
intoxicated and would not leave his 
residence. While speaking with officers the 
female subject appeared to be voluntarily 
intoxicated and began yelling obscenities at 
the complainant. 

This officer advised her several times to 
cease her actions ( 5 times) and she 
continued yelling obscenities after 
reasonable request to do so. 

The female subject was taken into custody 
for Disorderly conduct persisting and she 
was transported to this department where 
she was processed and transported to the 
Columbia County Jail.



Arrested: Deanna M. Lodge1 
LKA 965 S.Lundy Ave. Salem Ohio 44460



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180390
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Ambulance Needed
448 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Officer responded to the above noted 
location for a medical emergency. 

Upon arrival, the Salem FD first responders 
and KLG were on scene administering 
medical assistance. The individual was 
ultimately transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180372
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Person To Be Removed
273 W FOURTEENTH ST

Complainant: COREY SIMS.  LAKEWOOD, 
OH 

Officer responded to 273 W. 14th St. for a 
report of an unwanted subject called in by 
the complainant, Corey Simms. 
Complainant advised his sister was at the 
residence and that she was not suppose to 
be there. The complainant however was not 
currently at the residence. 

Upon arrival, officer attempted contact at 
the front door for a couple minutes and had 
negative contact. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180373
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accident Private Property
HICKY METAL FABRICATION

Complainant: BLAKE SOLLEY

Officer responded to the above location for 
a private property accident. Complainant 
advised that someone had back into his 
2009 Ford Focus while he was inside the 
business. Unit 1 sustained minor damage to 
the front passenger side fender and the 
passenger side rear view mirror was 
knocked off. 

The other driver and vehicle not present 
during the report. However, complainant 
obtained the information of the other driver 
prior to officer's arrival. This information was 
not given to police, due to complainant 
advising that he wished not to pursue the 
incident through the other driver's 
insurance. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180374
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accidental Damage 
826 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: CHRISTIE NUZZO

Officer was dispatched to the 800 block of 
Newgarden Avenue for a report of property 
damage. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant who stated that her neighbor 
has been driving in the yard on the property 
she rents. The complainant advised she did 
not want to be responsible for any property 
damage with her land lord. The complainant 
showed tire marks in the snow at the end of 
a shared driveway which she advised the 
neighbor caused and is on her property. 

The complainant was advised to see if there 
was any damage once the snow melted. 
The complainant advised she made a 
previous report over the same issue where 
the neighbor drove through her front yard 
causing ruts. The complainant advised that 
a report would be documented.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180375
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Ambulance Needed
965 S LUNDY AVE

Officers responded to the above location at 
the request of the Salem Fire Department 
First Responders who were on scene for a 
medical situation. The FD advised that they 
smelled an odor of marijuana coming from 
inside the residence. Officers questioned 
the subjects on scene, but they denied 
having any marijuana. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180376
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Stolen Vehicle 
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

Complainant: GLORIA PITTMAN

Officers were dispatched to the WalMart 
parking lot on E. State Street for a report of 
a stolen vehicle. Officers responded and 
met with the complainant who advised that 
her van was parked in row nine and is now 
missing.

Officers checked the parking lot, but the 
vehicle in question was not located (2006 
Dodge Caravan). The complainant 
contacted her finance company who 
advised they could track the vehicle via 
GPS and did so. The complainants vehicle 
was reportedly in the 600 block of Franklin 
Avenue and officers located it at a 
residence.

Contact was made with a female subject at 
the residence who was questioned about 
the van. It was found that the female drives 
a 2006 Dodge Caravan that is the same 
color and happened to be parked beside 
the complainants van. The female provided 
her van key and it worked on the 
complainants vehicle. 

Officers then took the females key back to 
her van which was parked at WalMart and it 
was the key to her van. 

Officers transported the female subject to 
WalMart to obtain her vehicle and the 
complainant responded to Franklin Avenue 
to obtain her vehicle.



Ptl. C. Crider


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Incident #: 20180377
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Theft
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officer was flagged down by an OSP unit 
who advised that she had been stopped by 
a citizen who advised a male subject stole 
alcohol from Circle K in the 1100 block of E. 
State Street and departed the area north 
bound on foot. Officer responded to Circle K 
and spoke with the clerk who advised a 
male subject did conceal an unknown 
beverage under his coat and walked out of 
the store with out rendering payment. 

The clerk provided a description of the male 
subject and officers located a male 
matching the description in the 1200 block 
of Cleveland Avenue. The subject advised 
he was just in the store, but denied stealing 
any items. No stolen items were found on 
the subject and he was advised he could be 
charged with theft if video surveillance 
showed him stealing items from the store. 

Officer responded back to Circle K and 
advised the clerk to contact the department 
when the surveillance is reviewed to see 
what was stolen.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180378
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Suspicious Person

Officers were searching the area for a male 
subject wearing a light colored jacket who 
had taken merchandise from Circle K 
without rendering proper payment (See 
Report #20180377). Officer observed a 
male subject matching the description, who 
was running east bound at the above 
location. 

Contact was made with the male and he 
was briefly detained. After the investigation, 
the male was released. The previous 
complaint is under investigation.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180379
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1448 E TENTH ST 

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
Tenth St where a resident reported a 
suspicious vehicle parked along the 
roadside. Officers observed the vehicle and 
recognized it as being parked in the area 
other times in the past and affirmed that it 
was registered to a resident that lives near 
the area it was parked. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180380
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Domestic In Progress
1439 E STATE ST 

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for a report of individuals yelling 
and a possible dispute in progress. Officer 
subsequently located the source at the rear 
of 1439 E State St where a boyfriend and 
girlfriend had a verbal dispute over a fast 
food issue. The girlfriend had gone inside 
and the male was still outside. 

Both he and the female individual had 
advised that the male individual had been 
rude to workers at a local drive thru 
restaurant, and they were refused service 
and asked to leave. This resulted in the 
couple getting into an argument after 
leaving the business. The dispute was 
verbal only and no threats or violence had 
occurred.

Officer responded to the business and 
confirmed with employees that the incident 
had occurred as stated. 



Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180381
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Assault 
610 SHARP AVE

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
Sharp Ave in reference to an assault. Victim 
advised that he was struck by another male 
at the residence, whom he believed had 
taken some sort of narcotic. 

Upon arrival, victim advised that the 
suspect had fled out of the back entrance to 
the residence. Officers searched the area, 
but were unable to locate the suspect. 
Victim had blood coming from his 
noselmouth area, but denied medical 
attention.

Victim advised that he did not wish to press 
charges. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180382
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Suspicious Person
HOWARD AVE / W PERSHING STREET


While checking the area of W. Pershing 
Ave. & S. Howard for an assault suspect(s) 
(lnc.#20180381) officer observed three 
male subjects walking in the roadway on W. 
Pershing St. just west of S. Howard Ave. 
Officer stopped and spoke with the subjects 
and found them not to be involved in the 
assault that occurred on Sharp Ave. 

Upon speaking with them, all three subjects 
names were given to this officer as being 
part of drug activity at a residence in the 
300 block of W. Pershing St. Officer 
conducted a consent search of two of the 
subjects bags/back packs they had. During 
a search of one of the back packs it 
revealed various items of drug 
paraphernalia, several prescription pill 
bottles, including two not belonging to the 
subject. Also located later in the back pack 
was suspected methamphetamine. The 
subject also had multiple knifes on his 
person as well as two machetes in his back 
pack, as well as an air soft pistol. 

The subject, 26 year old Dave E. Boggs 
was placed under arrest for possession of 
drug paraphernalia, carrying a concealed 
weapon and possession of 
methamphetamine. Mr. Boggs was 
transported to the Salem Police Dept. for 
processing and later transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.


Arrestee:
David E. Boggs
345 W. Pershing St.
Salem, OH 44460
Charges: Possession of Methamphetamine, 
CCW & Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
(two counts)



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180383
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST

While on patrol officer observed a trucked 
stopped along the side of E Third St East of 
N Lincoln Ave with its hazard lights 
activated. Nobody was in or around the 
vehicle. Officer identified the registered 
owner via the plate and responded to an 
address on E Sixth St where a resident 
affirmed the truck had ran out of gas. The 
resident was preparing to go get gas with 
another vehicle and advised that the 
disabled vehicle would be moved shortly.



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20180385
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Drug Overdose 
615 S LINCOLN AVE

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a drug overdose. A female 
subject overdosed on a prescription 
medication that was prescribed by her 
doctor. EMT transported the subject to 
Salem ER.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180387
Date: Thursday, January 18,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1166 CLEVELAND ST 


UNIT #1, 1999 DODGE DAKOTA BLK, 
DRIVER/Owner DEVlN GOUT 


UNIT# 2, 2016 BUlCK VERANO RED, 
DRIVER/Owner JOHN BREAULT 


Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 was backing 
out of a private property driveway. unit #2 
was traveling westbound on Cleveland 
Street when Unit #1 attempted to stop but 
due to the snow and slush on the roadway 
slid into Unit #2. 

Both vehicles had minor damage and were 
able to be driven from the scene.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Thursday, January 18, 2018
08:28 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180357
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accident Private Property
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
VENTRA


Traffic Crash Report Private Property

Unit #1: PARKED  2004 Dodge TK 4x4 SLT 
Maroon in color
Owner: John Cusick 39300 Brown St 
Lisbon, Ohio 44432

Unit #2: Ohio  2013 Chevrolet 4s Malibu 
Gold in color
Owner/Operator: Dorothy Delp 7321 SR 14 
Ravenna, Ohio 44266


Unit #1 was parked facing a southerly 
direction when Unit #2 attempted to back 
out of a parking space ( southerly direction) 
facing a westerly direction. Unit #2 struck 
Unit #1 in the right rear corner bumper area 
with it's left rear quarter area. 

No injuries reported at time of crash. No 
Unit(s) towed.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180347
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
423 S LUNDY AVE A
SPARKLE MARKET


Unit #1, 2011 TOYT PRlUS HB WHI,Driver: 
Owner,  JOSHUA COLLINS 

Unit #2, 2000 GMC TK TAN, Driver: Owner,  
Owner LEV1 STAMP 


Officers responded to the 400 block of S 
Lundy Ave for a motor vehicle accident with 
no injury. Unit #1 was headed southbound 
on S Lundy Ave. Unit #2 was headed 
westbound on Bank St. Unit #2 slid through 
the stop sign at Bank St and S Lundy Ave 
due to the snow on the roadway. The front 
driver side of Unit #2 struck the front driver 
side of
Unit # l .

Pictures were taken of the damage to both 
units and the driver of Unit #2 was issued a 
citation for reasonable control. Both units 
were able to be driven from the scene.


Cited: Levi M. Stamp
Address: 546 Franklin Ave, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Failure to Maintain Reasonable 
Control (city ordinance 331.34)



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180371
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Animal Complaint 
875 GRANITE AVE 

Report of a barking dog at the above 
address. Officer made contact with the 
owner and the dog was brought inside. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180370
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Animal Complaint
500 BLOCK OF

Officer responded to the above location and 
observed the dog in question.

Officer talked with a male subject who knew 
the dog and he advised that they can not 
catch it.

The owner was contacted and advised the 
same. Someone had thrown the dog over 
the fence. They have water, shelter, and 
food for the animal. They also give it a hot 
meal.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180369
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Reckless Operator
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A

Complainant: NATHAN CLYDE

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with he complainant who advised that 
on SR 45 he was turning into his drive way 
when a male subject operating a black 
colored truck came up on him and slammed 
on his brakes going side ways on the road. 
The male drove pass the complainant 
giving him the middle finger.

The complainant followed the male from 
Goshen Township to the above location.

The male went into the business with out 
incident.

Nothing further needed at this time.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180368
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
200 E. Second St M
RESTAURANT


Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who gave this 
officer a greenish / blue colored zippered 
pouch that contained two small plastic 
bags, a card, and three white pills that had 
been left in the bathroom.

Unknown who or how it got into the 
bathroom possibly a female that was with 
another female earlier but unknown.

Officer brought the item to this department 
and destroyed items.



Ptl. French


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Incident #: 20180364
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
194 CLEVELAND ST


Complainant: BRIANNA SHAFFER,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant who advised she 
was six months pregnant and the female 
resident had threatened her. She was there 
with her friend who was trying to get 
property back that belonged to her (the 
friend).

Officer went to the residence and talked 
with the estranged boy friend and his 
parents.

It was determined that the estranged boy 
friend wanted nothing more to do with the 
female out side and he returned the mug 
and T-shirt she wanted back. Officer took 
items out to her.

She wanted no more communications with 
him or the parents as did those in the 
house.

Officer explained to both sides the 
procedures for a CPO and or charges for 
menacingthreats and civil suit for returning 
property that may have been gifts.

Both sides denied any threats of any kind.

Officer explained to the complainant and 
female out side not to be back around at the 
requests of the residents unless requested 
to come back.

All involved advised they understood.

The residents did not want any property 
back form the female out side.

Note: The female out side did not reside 
there but had spent some nights there 
staying with the now exboyfriend.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180363
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accident Private Property
2875 E STATE ST E
WALMART LOT


Unit#l , 2016 KIA SW BLU, Owner 
HUDSON SHARON F

Unit#2 , 2011 CHEV TK WHI, Owner 
HIPPELY FREDERICK L


The driver of Unit#l was attempting to back 
out of a parking space when Unit#2 backed 
into her vehicle. The driver of Unit#2 
advised that he was backing out of a 
parking space when Unit#l backed into his 
vehicle. Minor damage was done to both 
vehicles (right rear Unit#l, Left rear Unit#2) 
at the time of the accident.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180360
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
1065 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the above location for 
a disabled vehicle. Upon arrival, the vehicle 
was found to be partially stuck in a drive-
way in the deep snow. 

Officer contacted AAA towing at the owners 
request. The vehicle was off the road 
enough for vehicles to pass safely until it 
could me moved.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20180359
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
1788 MAPLE ST


Traffic Crash Report Private Property

Unit #1 : PARKED Ohio registration, 
GIC1949 201 7 Chevrolet 4s Cruze
Owner: Taryn Grodhaus 1788 Maple St 
Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: Unknown


The owner of Unit #1 advised she had 
parked Unit #1 behind the residence (1788 
Maple) at approximately 1200hrs yesterday, 
Tuesday, 01-16-18 and upon coming out 
this date and time she found that person(s) 
unknown had struck the rear of Unit #1 
causing damage then left the scene without 
leaving any information or notifying her.

Unit #1 was not towed.

Unit #1 was sitting in a gravel area behind 
the residence which the owner of Unit #1 
advised that unsure if the alley way is still 
open or closed but she has to have a way 
back to her area to park so it could be a 
shared drive?

Officer advised her to contact the planning 
& zoning officer to check to see if the alley 
was vacated? The neighbor does have a 
pop up type camper parked there in the 
area.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180358
Date: Wednesday, January 17,2018
Drug Overdose
1063 BUCKEYE AVE

Officer responded to the above location for 
a possible drug overdose. 

Upon arrival, the Salem FD first responders 
and EMT ambulance were tending to a 
female. She was alert and placed into the 
ambulance as officer arrived on scene and 
she was transported to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center. Officer later responded to 
the Salem Regional Medical Center to 
speak with the female. She was given and 
explained the drug overdose immunity form.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180353
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Suicide
211 W EIGHTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 200 block of W 
Eighth St for an attempted suicide. The 
complainant advised that she received a 
text message from a juvenile that stated he 
was going to take a bottle of pills due to a 
recent break-up. The juvenile advised 
officers that he did in fact take prescription 
pain medication and was unsure of the 
amount he took. First responders and an 
ambulance were called to the scene and 
the juvenile was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180350
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Forgery
2875 E STATE ST A 
SUPERMARKET 

Officer responded to the 2800 block of E 
State St for a report of forgery. The 
pharmacist advised that they had two 
forged prescriptions and the evidence 
needed to be collected from the pharmacy. 

A detective was already notified about the 
incident.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180349
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Assist Perry Police
441 BENTON RD

Complainant: PERRY, TWP 

Officers on patrol responded to assist Perry 
Twp. PD on a call in the 400 block of 
Benton Rd. Salem officer stood by and 
cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180348
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: KATIE 

Complainant called to report a drive off from 
the above location. Complainant advised a 
male driving a blue truck pumped $20.00 at 
pump 11 and left without paying for it. 

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180346
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
1080 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: CHERRI HUTTON

Officer responded to the Lincoln Terrace 
apartments to take a report of criminal 
damaging. The complainant advised officer 
that the rear exterior door to the building 
was broken and that she was not sure how 
it happened.

Officer took photos of the door and provided 
the complainant with the report number.



Ptl Brooks



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Wednesday, January 17, 2018
09:53 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180342
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2487 E STATE ST A 

Unit #1, Driver Mckala J. Lehman, SALEM 
OH

Unit #2, Driver KYLE FERRY, LISBON OH

Officer responded to E.State St. near Giant 
Eagle for a motor vehicle accident with no 
injuries reported. 

The driver of unit #1 failed to yield to 
Eastbound traffic, causing unit # 2 to strike 
them. Photos were taken. 

The driver of unit # 1 was cited.

Cited: Mckala J. Lehman
Offense: FTY Stop Sign ORC 4511.43 A



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20180345
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Civil Matter
1267 CLEVELAND ST


A female called with questions regarding 
personal property and a roommate. She 
was out of town at time of call but claimed 
the other party has threatened to damage 
her property and has been violent in the 
past. Officer told her to call PD when she 
goes to claim her property so officers would 
be aware. She was further advised to leave 
if things became uncivil or threatening and 
officers would respond. 


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180343
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse 
2262 E STATE ST A

Officers checked on suspicious activity with 
possible drugs being used. 

Upon arrival it was found no drugs were 
used and it appeared to be a vape smoker. 


Ptl Banar



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lncident #: 20180344
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Debris In Roadway
970 S UNION AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Report of snow plowed into the street 
causing a possible hazard. Officer located 
the orange Kubota nearby who stated he 
would go and remedy the problem. 



Banat901



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Incident #: 20180341
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Fraud
2511 BENTLEY DR 1


Officer responded to the 2500 block of 
Bentley Rd. for a reported fraud. 

The matter is under investigation and being 
turned over to the detective. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180340
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Disabled / Stuck
1400 S LINCOLN AVE / SOUTHEAST ST


While on routine patrol officers observed a 
vehicle stuck in a ditch in the 1400 block of 
South Lincoln. Officers stood by for traffic 
control until the vehicle could be removed 
by a local towing service. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180339
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
SpeakTo Officer
846 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: CHRISTOPHER REITER

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a subject wishing to 
speak with an officer. 

Upon arrival, the complainant was 
concerned that a neighbor had a driveway 
plowed and left some snow in the roadway. 
Officer attempted to locate the plow truck 
but was unsuccessful.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180338
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Accident Private Property
2401 E STATE ST A 
GIANT EAGLE GROCERY


Unit # l Operator: Barbara L. Adams Owner 
WILLIAM ADAMS 

Unit #2 Owner/Operator  MILDRED 
PITTMAN 


Two Vehicle Accident Property Damage 
Only 

Unit #2 was traveling southbound in the lot. 
Unit #1 was traveling westbound in the lot 
and stated she never saw unit #2. Unit #1 
admitted to attempting to travel southbound 
and striking unit #2. 

Damage was observed to the left side of 
unit #2 and front right of unit #1.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180337
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
840 W PERSHING ST 7 

Mother advising her adult male son was 
yelling at her causing her distress. He left 
prior to our arrival. 

She was told to call back if he returned and 
caused problems. 



Ptl Banar



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Incident #: 20180336
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
MV Lockout
388 S LINCOLN AVE 2


Officer(s) responded to the 1300 block of 
South Lincoln for a report of a vehicle with 
the keys locked inside and the engine 
running. On arrival officers were able to 
gain entry to the vehicle without incident. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180335
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: BRADLEY 

complainant advised a green Dodge van 
departed the business westbound without 
paying for $19.26 worth of fuel. Officer 
checked the area but was unable to locate 
the vehicle.



Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180334
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
DR Y ALLEY 


Unit 1 2017 City plow truck, OWN SALEM 
CITY
city self insured


Unit 2 2016 Chevy Suburban, OWN LYLE, 
PRINTING
parked off north side of alley at rear of 185 
E. State St.



On January 16, 2018, a city truck was 
operating a Ford F-450 snow plow truck in 
dry alley traveling eastbound.

This alley is on the south side of E. State 
St. in the 100 blk. from S. Ellsworth to S. 
Broadway Ave. 

Operator of plow truck passed a utility pole 
behind 185 E. State without incident and 
began to continue slowly moving 
eastbound, pushing snow with snow blade. 
A hand shovel attached to the driver's side 
of the bed came loose and struck a Chevy 
Suburban that was parked very close to the 
alley. Suburban was facing west and on the 
north side of the alley behind Lyle Printing. 
Driver side door of the Suburban sustained 
some visible scratches from the shovel. 

Plow operator reported incident to his 
supervisor and police dept for report. Officer 
took photos of the parked Suburban and the 
damaged door. Information was passed on 
to the city Safety/Service Director regarding 
the incident. Officer also left message with 
secretary at Lyle Printing regarding same.



Ptl Banar



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Incident #: 20180333
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Domestic In Progress
157 W SEVENTH ST

Officers were sent to a domestic in progress 
as reported by a third party female who was 
on the phone with a female at 157 W 7th. 

Upon arrival Officers spoke with the male 
and female. Both were obviously upset and 
the male was packing some personal items 
before leaving. 

Neither had injury or wanted to pursue the 
matter. After some unnecessary verbal jabs 
at each other, the male left temporarily until 
he could come back for the rest of his 
property. Both were warned several times to 
cease their verbal sparing at each other. 



Ptl.Banar901



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Incident #: 20180332
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
N LINCOLN AVE / E ELEVENTH 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer(s) responded to the 1000 block of 
North Lincoln for a report of a vehicle in a 
ditch. On arrival officers located the vehicle 
in question and stood by in the area until 
the vehicle was removed by a local towing 
service.

Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180331
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
700 BLOCK OF ARCH ST


While on patrol, officer observed a stuck 
vehicle at the above stated location. Officer 
assisted the motorist with clearing the 
vehicle.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180313
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
325 W PERSHING ST 


Complainant: MARY SAFREED

Officer responded to the 300 block of W 
Pershing St for a criminal damaging report. 
The complainant advised someone had 
struck her fence with their vehicle 
yesterday. The complainant was able to 
provide a vehicle registration and the owner 
of the vehicle was contacted. The owner of 
the vehicle provided insurance information.

The neighbor stated that he believed the 
fence was on his property. Both parties 
were advised that they would have to 
contact zoning about the property line.



Ptl. E. Perry 



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Incident #: 20180314
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
175 W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to a reported disabled 
vehicle in the roadway in the 100 block of W 
State St. Officer stood by until AAA arrived 
due to the roadway hazard the vehicle 
presented. Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180315
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
315 W S EVENTH ST 


Complainant: FREDERICK MCLAUGHLIN


Driver/Owner MADELINE BAKER, 2008 
PONT Torrent WHI

Owner FREDERICK MCLAUGHLIN , 2014 
JEEP Grand Ch GRY

Officers were dispatched to the 300 block of 
W Seventh St. to speak to a complainant 
about a traffic crash. When officers arrived 
they spoke with the complainant who stated 
that his car had been struck by another 
vehicle while on N. Lincoln Ave. The 
complainant stated that another vehicle was 
making a turn onto N. Lincoln from E. 
Second St. and struck his vehicle. 

He also stated that the drivers exchanged 
information on scene and then left. 

There was minor damage done to the 
complainants driver side. Officers 
photographed the damage and gave the 
complainant a report number.


Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180316
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1264 SOUTHEAST BLVD A 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 1200 block of 
Southeast Boulevard for a private property 
vehicle accident. The complainant advised 
they had slide off the drive and went into 
the yard. When the officer arrived on scene 
the vehicle had left prior to arrival.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180317
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
155 PARK DR


Officers responded to the 100 block of Park 
Dr. for a reported runaway juvenile. When 
officers arrived, they made contact with the 
juvenile and returned her to her home 
residence.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180318
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
1449 E STATE ST 

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E. 
State St. for a domestic violence report. 

When officer arrived they met with the 
complainant who explained that there was a 
physical altercation between two of her 
foster children. It was found that one of the 
children had struck another with a blunt 
object. 

Officers detained the child due to her 
tendency to run and the nature of the crime 
along with threats made towords the care 
giver. The child was then transported to 
Salem Police Department for paperwork 
and then transported to the Tobin Center.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180319
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: KATIE 

Officer took a theft report over the phone 
from a Smith Oil Gas Station employee. 
Officer was advised that a silver Pontiac 
Grand Am pumped $22 worth of gas and 
failed to pay before driving off.


Ptl Brooks


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lncident #: 20180320
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
375 PENN AVE

Officer responded to the 300 block of Penn 
Ave for a parking complaint. A vehicle was 
parked on the roadway blocking a driveway 
and also had an expired registration. The 
owner of the vehicle was located and 
advised that he needed to move the vehicle 
off the roadway and given a verbal warning 
for the expired registration.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180321
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Recovered Property

Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

On 01/15/2018,a complainant came to 
Salem Police Department to return lost 
property. The complainant stated that the 
car keys were found on S. Broadway Ave. 
They car keys were placed into the lost and 
found at Salem Police Department.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180322
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Interior Motion Alarm
435 W WILSON ST
FACTORY / MILL / PLANT

Complainant: GRUNAU, SECURITY

Officers responded to the 400 block of W 
Wilson St for a interior motion alarm. An 
employee was in the parking lot and 
advised he accidentally set off the alarm 
when he was leaving the building. Officer 
gathered further information from the 
employee and cleared the scene without 
incident.



Ptl. E. Perry


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lncident #: 20180324
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
1015 E STATE ST A
RESTAURANT


Complainant: DOUGLASS MOFFETT

Officers responded to the 1000 block of E 
State St in regards to a parking complaint, 
complainant advised that he had plowed the 
business parking lot and the neighbor then 
shoveled snow onto the business's 
property. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
male subject who advised that his vehicles 
were plowed in and that he was just 
removing the snow so that he could move 
his vehicle. It was found that his vehicle 
was parked half way on his property and 
half way on the business property. 

The male subject was told that he would 
have to contact the city zoning officer in 
regards to the situation.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180325
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
623 E THIRD ST 2w


Complainant: MISTY CRIDER,

Officers responded to the 600 block of E 
Third St in regards to a verbal dispute. The 
complainant advised that there was a 
female outside screaming carrying an infant 
and was unable to get inside of the 
residence. 

Officers arrived on scene and attempted to 
make contact with the male subject inside 
the residence, upon attempting to make 
contact officer observed the male subject 
laying on the floor of the residence and 
appeared to be unresponsive. 

Officers then forced entry to the residence 
through the front door and attempting to 
wake the male subject, the male subject 
appeared to be under the influence of a 
narcotic. 

Salem FD and KLG Ambulance responded 
to the scene and transported the male 
subject to Salem Regional Hospital.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180326
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment
986 SALEM PARKWAY
FACTORY / MlLL / PLANT


Complainant: JIM WERKE

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to take a report of phone 
harassment. The complainant advised a 
female subject continued to call his 
business line making vulgar statements and 
was tying-up his line.

Officer made contact with the female 
subject and advised her to stop contacting 
the business or she could face charges.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180328
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Check Well Being
375 E FIFTH ST

Complainant: FRANKLIN, COUNTY SO

Officers responded to the 300 block of E 
Fifth St for a well being check on a female 
subject. The complainant advised that the 
female subject was making statements that 
did not make sense and had contacted the 
wrong police department. 

The officer checked on the female subject 
who advised their were people in the 
upstairs apartment that should not be inside 
the building. The upstairs apartments were 
found to be vacant and the complainant 
was advised to contact the landlord about 
any further noise complaints.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 201 80329
Date: Tuesday, January 16,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1125 E STATE ST
GAS STATION


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1100 block of E 
State St for a suspicious vehicle. The 
complainant advised there were two male 
subjects that appeared to be intoxicated in 
the parking lot near a silver Chevy 
Silverado. The vehicle had left prior to 
officers arrival. The surrounding area and 
streets were checked but officers were 
unable to locate the vehicle.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Tuesday, January 16, 2018
08:51 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180303
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
881 FAlR AVE


Complainant: STEPHEN HERSCHEL

Resident / complainant advised he was 
attempting to back his car into his drive 
when he went off the east side of the road 
causing his front tires to become stuck in 
the ditch due to recent snowfall. A tow 
(Davidsons) was called to pull the car out. 
Officer stood by while until the car was off 
the road. Complainant worked out payment 
with the truck operator and his insurance 
comp.



Banar901



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lncident #: 20180310
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST 


Report of a 13 yr old juvenile female 
running away from the residence. She 
jumped from a second story window and 
was not able to be located at time of report. 

Officers checked the area and will continue. 
Juv added to missing in LEADS by 
dispatch.



Banar901



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Incident #: 20180311
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
2900 BLOCK OF E STATE ST

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported accident. 

Upon arrival, officer determined the 
accident was outside the city limits. The 
proper agency was notified.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180300
Date: Monday, Januaw 15.2018
Debris In Roadway
1700 E STATE ST 

While on patrol officers observed debris in 
the roadway in the 1700 block of East State 
St. 

Officers removed the item from the roadway 
and placed it into the curb lawn. Officers 
cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180302
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Drug Paraphernalia
409 E SECOND ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Officers responded to the 400 block of East 
2nd St for a report of drug paraphernalia. 

On arrival officers took possession of the 
item in question. The item was brought to 
the station and then disposed of. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180307
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Accident Private Property
2340 E STATE ST 
BUSY BEAVER HARDWARE STORE

Unit #1, 1996 FORD 4s DBL, 
Owner/Operator Owner VICTOR 
EVANGELIST 

Unit #2, 2003 CHEV SW BLK, Operator: 
Aimee E Kaltenbach Owner ISAAC 
KALTENBACH 


Minor Two Vehicle Accident Private 
Property No OH1

Unit #1 was parked in a parking spot facing 
westbound. Unit #2 was traveling 
westbound in the lot and attempted to turn 
northbound once it passed unit #1. Unit #1 
began to pull forward about a foot and was 
clipped by unit #2. 

Unit #2 was not driving in the normal lane of 
travel in the lot but the entire lot was snow 
covered. 

Unit #1 reported unit #2 struck the left front 
area of his vehicle but there was existing 
damage from a previous accident. Unit #2 
sustained a right rear flat tire.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180299
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
2875 E STATE ST A
SUPERMARKET

On 1/15/2018 1, Ptl. D Miller, responded to 
the area of US62 and SR-165 in Green 
Township where Goshen Township PD had 
two subjects pulled over in their vehicle in 
regards to a possible theft report that took 
place at Wal Mart in Salem. Upon Salem 
arrival Goshen PD officers had both 
subjects in custody for warrants out of 
Columbiana County.

I then spoke to both subjects in regards to 
the possible theft to which both stated they 
were just shopping and when they tried to 
return a speaker they were informed that 
the could not and then left. Upon 
Columbiana County Deputy Price's arrival 
to retrieve both subjects the male, Brian 
Joseph Schlupp, stated that he wanted to 
file a report for criminal damaging that was 
done to his vehicle. Schlupp gave me a 
brief explanation of how his vehicle was 
damaged and gave a suspect for it as well.

I advised Schlupp that a report would be 
filed and that due to the circumstances at 
hand it might take a while to find any further 
information out. Schlupp understood and 
then Dep. Price then took him into custody. 

I then cleared the scene without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180298
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Shoplifter(s) 
2875 E STATE ST A 
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: CURTIS SHAW

Officers were dispatched to 2875 E. State 
Street, WalMart, for a report of shoplifters. 

Officers responded and met with the 
complainant who advised that a male and 
female had departed in a purple Ford 
Ranger prior to officers arriving. The 
complainant advised that the male subject 
paid for a subwoofer speaker and exited the 
store. There was a female subject inside 
the store still who had another speaker just 
like the one the male paid for. The female 
passed all points of sale with the speaker 
without rendering payment and showed the 
receipt for the speaker the male had 
already paid for. The speaker was $79.68. 

The female pushed the cart containing the 
speaker to the Ford truck the male was in 
and they departed the area leaving the 
speaker in the cart in the parking lot. Also in 
the cart was a two pack of Sharpie pens 
totaling $5.88. 

Goshen Police Department found the 
suspect vehicle a short time later and the 
male and female suspects were 
subsequently arrested by the Columbiana 
County Sheriff Department due to both 
subjects having arrest warrants. 

Charges are pending for the male and 
female subject for this incident.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180297
Date: Monday, January 15,2018
Suspicious Person
E STATE ST / ROSE AVE

On 1/15/2018 officers observed a white 
male walking in the parking lot of Smith Oil. 
The male subject in question was wearing 
dark clothing and then proceeded to walk 
up to the window of Smith Oil, turned 
around, and started headed West bound on 
E State Street again.

Officers then made contact with said male 
who stated that he wanted to go to the store 
but did not realize that the store was closed. 
The subject, later identified to be a 15 year 
old juvenile.

Juvenile was then placed under arrest for a 
juvenile offense. Juvenile was then brought 
back to the station for processing and 
released to his mother.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180296
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
894 E FOURTH ST

Officers were dispatched to 894 E. Fourth 
St. for a report of a dispute. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with 
multiple subjects in the middle of the 
roadway involved in a verbal argument. The 
parties were separated and spoken to 
separately. All parties reported no violence. 
A male and female whom do not belong at 
the residence were advised to leave. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180295
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
788 E STATE ST

Officer observed a suspicious yellow Chevy 
Cavalier traveling to several businesses in 
the 700 block of E. State Street and turning 
its lights off. 

Officer made contact with the driver who 
advised he was just playing a video game, 
Pokemon. No problems were found with the 
subject.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180293
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Smoke Investigation


Officer was sitting stationary on S.Ellsworth 
near the railroad tracks monitoring traffic. 
While sitting there , this officer observed a 
large cloud of smoke and smelled burning 
material in the air. 

The FD was notified along with other 
officers to check the area for a possible 
structure fire. Officers and FD checked the 
area for awhile but were unable to locate 
the source of the smoke.



Ptl. S. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180292
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Misc / Unknown Problem
968 E STATE ST

Officer sitting stationary in the above area 
was approached by the subject who wanted 
to know if he was allowed to return to Shell 
gas station. 

Officer asked the subject if he was 
trespassed at the Shell by the staff and also 
advised not to return by officers and the 
subject confirmed that he was. Officer 
advised the subject not to return to Shell or 
he would be arrested and charged with 
Criminal Trespass. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180291
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
885 W STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
W. State St. and Benton Rd. for a report of 
a disabled vehicle in the roadway. 

Upon arrival, the vehicle was found to have 
already been removed from the roadway 
and into a private drive of 885 W. State St. 
Officer spoke with a subject who advised he 
was going to leave the vehicle overnight in 
the parking lot with a note in it and get it out 
tomorrow 1/15/18.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180290
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
155 PARK DR 


Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of 
Park Dr in reference to a juvenile problem. 
Complainant, who is the female juvenile, 
advised that she was locked out of her 
foster home in the 1400 block of E State St 
and was refused to enter. Officer 
transported the juvenile back to her 
residence and spoke with her guardian. 
Juvenile's guardian advised that the juvenile 
had already been brought back to the 
residence from a prior complainant (See 
Report #20180287) in which the juvenile 
had left, due to having problems with other 
juveniles at the home. 

It was learned that the juvenile was not 
locked out of the residence, but left willingly. 
She was advised to obey the rules of the 
home and officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Monday, January 15, 2018
08:34 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180279
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1080 N LINCOLN AVE 

UNIT #1, 2001 PONT GranPrix BLK, 
DRIVER NATHANIEL BAlR Owner 
KATHLEEN GILLAM , SALEM, OH

UNlT #2, 2004 CHEV TRAILBL BLK, Driver 
/ Owner MARTIN BONNOT , NORTH 
BENTON, OH


Officers responded to the above location for 
a two vehicle accident. Unit #1 was 
traveling northbound on North Lincoln Ave 
near East 11th Street. Unit # 2 was traveling 
southbound on North Lincoln Ave. Due to 
slush and snow on the roadway Unit #1 
went left of center and struck Unit #2. 

Both vehicles had minor damage and were 
able to be driven from the scene.


Ptl. M. Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180289
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
BROOKLYN AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit 1 - 2003 FORD 4s TAN, 
Owner/Operator- Lauren Sawdey, SALEM, 
OH

Unit 2- 2011 DODG SW SIL, 
Owner/Operator- Matthew Graham, 
SALEM, OH



Officer was dispatched to the intersection of 
E Third St and Brooklyn Ave in reference to 
a two vehicle traffic accident. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with the 
operators of both vehicles, who advised that 
there were no injuries.

Unit 2, a silver 2011 Dodge Nitro operated 
by Matthew Graham, was west bound on E 
Third St and stopped at the intersection at 
Brooklyn Ave. Unit 1, a bronze 2003 Ford 
Taurus operated by Lauren Sawdey, was 
also travelling west bound on E Third St, 
following behind Unit 2.

 When Unit 1 started to slow, it slid on icy 
pavement and struck the rear of Unit 2. Unit 
2 sustained minor damage to the rear 
bumper, while Unit 1 sustained minor 
damage to the front bumper. No citations 
were issued.



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lncident #: 20180281
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Accidental Dam age
2555 LEXINGTON AVE 18

Complainant: CHRISTINE VRABEL

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of accidental damage. The 
complainant advised that her vehicle was 
parked in the parking lot of the apartment 
complex. She advised that the maintenance 
man had his brother helping plow the 
parking lot with his 4 wheeler. The 
complainant advised that she came outside 
and observed the driver's side front fender 
of her vehicle had been struck. 

A path was cleared right beside the 
complainants vehicle and the damage was 
consistent with possibly the handle bars of 
the 4 wheeler hitting it. 

The maintenance man was on scene and 
had already been in contact with his brother 
to have the damage fixed.



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20180282
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: OIL, SMITH 

Complainant contacted this department to 
report a drive off. They advised that the 
driver of a white truck pumped $10.09 worth 
of fuel and then left without rendering 
payment. The vehicle left heading 
westbound on E. State St.

The vehicle was not located due to officers 
being tied up on accident calls.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180283
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Neighbor Dispute
826 NEWGARDEN AVE

Report of a neighbor dispute in reference to 
a shared driveway and driving through the 
neighbors yard at the above address. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the 
neighbor about issue and he advised that 
he would cease his actions so there would 
be no further problems.


Ptl.R.Miller



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lncident #: 20180284
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1125 E STATE ST

Complainant: DAMIAN COPE

Complainant reported a male leaving the 
above location driving a black Ford. The 
caller advised that he is familiar with the 
individual and stated that he is operating 
the vehicle under suspension. 

Officers responded and checked the area 
for several minutes, but the vehicle was not 
located.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180285
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Animal Complaint 
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Report of two small dogs left in a small 
unknown GM type car at the above 
locations. 

Upon arrival, officers checked all the 
parking lots and were unable to locate any 
vehicles with dogs in them.


Ptl.R.Miller


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Incident #: 20180287
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem 
155 PARK DR


Report of unknown juvenile problem at the 
above address. 

Upon arrival, the juvenile advised that she 
is having problems at her group home 
(1449 E. State ) and that she wants to go 
somewhere else. 

The juvenile was transported back to the 
group home, officers spoke with the female 
subject that runs the group home. She 
advised that there has been several issues 
with this juvenile over the past including 
running away and fighting.

She made contact with the case worker, the 
help line and that they will find her a home 
to go this evening. The juvenile was 
advised of the situation and advised to 
cease her actions until arrangements can 
be made.



Ptl.R.Miller



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Incident #: 20180277
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Attempt To Locate
1995 E STATE ST A
HOS PITAL

Complainant: SALEM, ER 

Officers responded to the area of the Salem 
Regional Medical Center after personnel 
called to report a male patient of their left 
the hospital with out being discharged as 
well as still having an IV attached. 

Upon arrival, the entire area was checked 
and the subject could not be located. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180276
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Theft
530 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: JORDAN LEWIS,  
WASHINGTONVILLE, OH 44490 

Officer was dispatched to the 700 block of 
Franklin Avenue for a theft report. 

Officer responded and met with the 
complainant/victim who advised that while 
she was at a business in the 500 block of S. 
Broadway Avenue her keys were stolen. 
She advised that she had two house keys 
and the key to her vehicle on the key chain. 
The complainant advised she only had one 
set of keys for the vehicle and that it was 
currently secured and parked in the 500 
block of S. Broadway Avenue. 

Complainant was advised officers would 
check on the vehicle and she was also 
advised of her options on removing the 
vehicle from the area.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180275
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported 
496 S BROADWAY AVE
BAR / NIGHT CLUB


Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

On 111 312018 at approximately 0158 hrs 
officers were dispatched to the 400 block of 
S Broadway Ave in regards to a breaking 
and entering report. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to the 
complainant in regards to the incident to 
which she stated that some one had broken 
out of the second story of the property 
through a window and left via the roof of the 
property.

Officers then had the complainant show us 
what was tampered with through out the 
property. Photographs were taken of every 
thing that was tampered with along with 
checking the roof and the area to which the 
complainant believed the suspect to have 
left from after jumping off of the roof of the 
property. The complainant advised she did 
not believe anything to be missing from the 
property and that whoever was inside only 
ransacked certain things and then broke a 
window to exit the property via the roof. 

Officers then gathered the complainant's 
information and then cleared with out 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180274
Date: Sunday, January 14,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

Officer responded to assist an OSP Trooper 
on a traffic stop, who had requested a Kg. 

K9 Argo conducted a sniff of the vehicle for 
a narcotic odor but did not indicate to any 
present.



Ptl. S. LaRosa



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Incident #: 20180272
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Reckless Operator
1028 JENNINGS AVE A 


Complainant: AARON MORRISON,

Officers responded to the First Friends 
Church in the 1000 block of Jennings Ave. 
for a report of a reckless operator. The 
complainant, Aaron Morrison had been 
plowing snow in the Salem Bible Methodist 
Church parking lot of N. Ellsworth Ave. 
(Also see lnc.#20182073) when he 
observed the Jeep enter the parking lot and 
do 'donuts' and drive thru the yard of the 
church. The complainant confronted the 
occupants of the Jeep and they 
subsequently left. The complainant followed 
the Jeep to the First Friends Church on 
Jennings Ave. and then watched them do 
'donuts' there as well. 

As officer was approaching the First Friends 
Church on Jennings Ave. officer observed 
the Jeep leaving quickly out of the exit and 
initiated a traffic stop with it. The driver and 
occupants were identified and advised of 
the complaint. The driver admitted to doing 
donuts in the First Friends Church parking 
lot as well as being in the Salem Bible 
Methodist Church parking lot on N. 
Ellsworth Ave. 

The complainant wrote a statement of the 
incident. 

The driver was released and advised 
charges are pending, once officer speaks 
with church staff of both churches to 
determine if there was any damage to any 
of the properties.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180271
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
SOUTH EAST BLVD / E STATE

Officer on patrol observed a vehicle stuck in 
the snow in the above area. Officer helped 
get the car out of the snow by pushing it. 
Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180270
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1742 N ELLSWORTH AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to 1742 N. Ellsworth 
Ave. for a dispute between a husband and 
wife. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with both 
parties. They were spoken to separately 
and both denied any physical violence. The 
female half wished for her husband to 
leave, however she was explained that 
officers could not make him leave due to it 
being his residence as well.

 Officers later cleared without incident.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180268
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Animal Complaint
SHARP AVE / ARCH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Complainant advised of a cat outside in the 
above area that she believed was cold and 
needed to be brought into a residence for 
warmth. 

Officer checked the area, but the cat was 
gone. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180267
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST 

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officer was dispatched to 1449 E. State St. 
to speak with the female complainant in 
reference to two girls from the home that 
went to the store and had not returned 
home. 

While enroute to the residence the 
complainant called back and advised the 
girls returned home and nothing further was 
needed. Officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Sunday, January 14, 2018
08:57 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180263
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Barking Dog
441 W SCHOOL ST


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 


Police responded to the 400 block of W. 
School St for a barking dog complaint. 

When officers arrived contact was made 
with the owner and advised of the situation. 
Officers then cleared without incident.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180264
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Neighbor Dispute
1184 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: TODD MESKELL

Police responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland St for a dispute. The complainant 
stated a white transport van pulls into his 
drive to pick up a group of residence living 
in the 1200 block. The complaint advised he 
has asked the driver several times not to 
pull into his drive due to him destroying his 
yard.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180262
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Road Rage
2366 E STATE ST

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of road rage. Officers spoke with 
both parties involved and advised to go 
their separate ways and be a little more 
considerate do to the road conditions and 
weather.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180261
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
S LINCOLN AVE / FRANKLIN STREET


Police responded to Franklin Ave near S. 
Lincoln Ave for a two vehicle accident. Unit 
#1 was eastbound on Franklin Ave when it 
lost control and slid into Unit #2 who was 
traveling westbound on Franklin Ave. 

Both operators advised no medical attention 
was needed. Kaiser towing and Sinsleys 
towing arrived to move the vehicles. 

The operator of Unit #1 was cited for being 
at fault.


Cited: Michael J. Shetler
Add: 46327 Hatcher Rd
New Waterford, OH 44445
Charge: Failure To Control



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180255
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Littering / Dumping
2289 OAK ST


Officers responded to the above location to 
assist a disabled resident who had their 
trash can knocked over from the plowing. 
The trash can was picked up and placed 
upright again.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180260
Date: Saturday, January 13, 2018
Residential Lockout
354 E THIRD ST

Complainant: JOHN WADE

Officers spoke with a complainant who was 
evicted from their residence and had to 
have all their belongings out today from 
their landlord.

 The complainant stated that they left their 
phone and keys in the residence and 
needed into the residence.

 Officers advised the complainant that they 
needed to contact the landlord to gain 
access back into the property.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180257
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation
468 AETNA ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above location for 
a report of a vehicle blocking the alley, 
Officers made contact with the owner of the 
vehicle and it was removed.


Ptl. D. Osberg



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lncident #: 20180259
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Neighbor Dispute
265 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: MATTHEW STURGEON

Officers responded to the above location for 
a neighbor dispute, Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated the business next 
door had their parking lot plowed and 
blocked their parking lot with snow. Officers 
spoke with the owner of the business next 
door and stated they were sorry and said it 
wont happen again.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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lncident #: 20180236
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Theft
2875 E STATE ST A 

Complainant: HOLLUS OLEMAN

Report of a theft at the above address. The 
complainant advised that while she was 
shopping at the above business someone 
had taken her light brown wallet out of the 
kart. She advised that they found the wallet 
in the trash in the woman's restroom at the 
rear of the business. 

Everything was in the wallet excepts for the 
money ($215) that was the only thing 
missing. Loss prevention advised that they 
would be checking the video to see if there 
is any video of the theft.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180237
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
648 S UNION AVE

Complainant: CARLEY ECKMAN

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
S Union Ave in reference to a domestic 
dispute. Dispatch advised that the 
complainant and subject both wanted to 
leave the residence separately with their 
children. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact with the 
complainant and subject, who are legally 
married and have three mutual children.

Complainant advised that she did not want 
her husband to leave with the children, but 
she wanted to leave with them for the night 
to get away from him. Subject stated that he 
was wanting to leave with the children 
because his wife had taken his car earlier in 
the day, even though she knows that she is 
not allowed to drive it. 

Officers advised both parties that due to the 
fact that they are legally married, this issue 
was civil in nature and they were provided 
their options for handling the incident. No 
physical violence nor injuries were reported. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180238
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation


Officers responded to various locations 
within the City limits to move vehicles 
parked on the roadway during the parking 
ban. In all officers were able to make 
contact and move approximately 40+ 
vehicles from the roadway.

Three vehicles had to be towed after no 
owner or operator could be located.


TOWED VEHICLES:

OH Reg: GWG2255 (Towed by Davidson's 
Towing from the 1200 block of Cedar Ridge 
Dr.)
2006 Saturn 4-door (Owner: Tomasa Perez)


OH Reg: HEP2447 (Towed by Sinsley's 
Towing from the 300 block of Fair Ave.)
2014 Ford 4-door (Owner: Jerry Austin)


OH Reg: HBQI 551 ( Towed by Kaiser's 
Towing from the 1200 block of Mound St.)
2002 Oldsmobile 4-door. (Owner: Madison 
Baskerville)



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180239
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Suspicious Activity
610 SHARP AVE

Officer got out at the above location after 
observing a vehicle parked in the roadway 
during the parking ban.

Prior to making contact with the resident , 
officer was able to smell an odor of 
marijuana coming from inside.

Contact was made with the residence and 
several other subjects inside the residence. 
It was advised that marijuana was smoked 
in the basement an hour prior to my arrival. 
Officers did not observe any more narcotics 
in the home. The vehicle was moved.



PTL LaROSA



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lncident #: 20180240
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Menacing / Threats

Complainant: MICHAEL WERTZ

Complainant on station to report threats. 
Complainant advised that he was riding 
around town in a friend's car when the 
subject, whom he has known to dislike him, 
began to follow them. Complainant advised 
that the subject followed them to Circle K 
and made verbal threats towards him, 
stating that he was going to harm him.

Complainant advised that the subject also 
followed them back to the complainant's car 
in the 600 block of E Second St before 
leaving the area. 

Officer advised that contact with the subject 
would be made to advise him to cease 
contact with the complainant or charges 
could be filed. 

Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180241
Friday, January 12,2018
Accidental Damage 
1132 JENNINGS AVE 

Complainant: MELVIN LIPPIATT

Officer was dispatched to the 1100 block of 
Jennings Avenue for a report of damage to 
a mail box. Officer responded and met with 
the complainant who advised he believed 
the mail box was knocked off by a snow 
plow truck and he was able to put the mail 
box back on the post. 

Complainant stated no new damage was 
observed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180242
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Limbs / Tree / Lines In Road
486 ROOSEVELT AVE 

Police responded to the dead end of 
Roosevelt Ave for a tree in the roadway. 

Street Dept also arrived on scene and 
removed the tree.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180243
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Harassment
2487 E STATE ST B
SUPERMARKET


Complainant: GREGORY WARNER

Officer responded to the Marcs Grocery 
store located at 2487 E. State St. to speak 
with the male complainant along with the 
complainant's 16 year old juvenile son. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with both. The 
juvenile reported he is employed with Marcs 
Grocery Store and on today's date he had a 
fill in manager from another store and 
during his shift the Manager made several 
inappropriate comments towards him 
making him feel uncomfortable. 

Officer made contact with the Manager, 
identified and spoke with him as well as two 
other female employees/witnesses. The 
Manager was advised the comments he 
was allegedly making are not appropriate to 
make towards any employee regardless of 
age. 

Officer contacted the stores Regional 
Manager and made him aware of the 
incident who adamant that action would be 
taken and that he would be in contact with 
the Manager the following business day. 

The juvenile left with his father for the 
evening. Officer will confer with the 
Columbiana County Prosecutor to 
determine if charges should be filed. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180244
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Audible Alarm 
667 NEWGARDEN AVE 
GROCERY

Complainant: 2lST CENTURY, ALARM 

Officers responded to the Suburban Market 
located at 667 Newgarden Ave. for a report 
of an alarm activation.

Upon arrival, the exterior of the business 
was checked and found to be secure. No 
fresh foot prints were observed in the snow 
around the building as well. No key holder 
responded and officers cleared.


Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180245
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Check Well Being
1683 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: CHARLENNE

Officers responded to the 1600 block of S E 
Blvd in order to check the well being of a 
female. Complainant advised that the 
subject had recently had knee surgery and 
she hasn't been able to get into contact with 
her.

Officers attempted contact at the subject's 
residence , but nobody was home. Officers 
spoke with the next door neighbor who 
advised that the subject was now in a 
hospital in Akron, OH. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180247
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Person To Be Removed
676 E THIRD ST

Complainant: STEVEN CHESTNUT

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E Third St in regards to a one to be 
removed complaint. 

Upon arrival, officer spoke with complainant 
who advised that an argument ensued 
between him and a friend, and the subject 
left on foot north bound. Officer located the 
subject at the rear of the residence and he 
advised the same.

Officers learned that the subject had two 
active arrest warrants out of the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office and he 
was subsequently placed into custody. He 
was then transported to the police 
department for processing and then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail 
by this Agency due to the Sheriffs Dept. 
Deputies being busy on other calls.



Arrested: Charles Preston Holcomb Jr 
2606 Lincoln Way NW Lot 45
Massillon, OH 44647
Charges: Warrant- FTA-OVI 2nd Offense
Warrant- FTA-Child Support



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180249
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Speak To Officer


Officers spoke with a male subject at the 
police department who wished to forward 
information about drug activity in the city. 
Officer obtained the information and 
advised it would be forwarded to the drug 
task force agent.



Ptl. C. Crider


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Incident #: 20180250
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Assist Other Agency
552 WOODLAND AVE 

Complainant: SEBRING, POLICE 

On 1/13/18 officers were dispatched to the 
500 block of Woodland Ave in an attempt to 
locate a vehicle that was involved in a traffic 
accident in Sebring Village. 

Upon arrival at the address officers saw 
lights and TV on inside the residence 
however no one was coming to the door to 
answer. 

After several attempts at knocking on the 
door with negative contact officers then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180251
Date: Saturday, January 13,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
S BROADWAY AVE / E WILSON STREET

Officer on patrol observed a taxi stuck in the 
snow at the above location. Officers were 
able to give the vehicle a push and get it out 
of the snow. Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Saturday, January 13, 2018
09:51 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180220
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Suicide
146 GEORGETOWN RD


Report of a male subject wanting to commit 
suicide at the above address. 

Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the 
male subject and he advised that do to 
ongoing medical issues that he had 
thoughts of ending his life.

 The F.D. and EMT responded and he was 
transported to the Salem E.R. for his 
medical problems and to talk with someone 
about his thoughts.



Ptl Richard



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Incident #: 20180221
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Audible Alarm
964 BENTON RD
FACTORY/MILL/PLANT

Complainant: SECURE COM, ALARM

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and checked the exterior finding it secure 
dispatch was notified and did find a key 
holder advised he was emroute.

Lt. Casto found water coming out of a bay 
door on the west side of the building area.

Lt. Casto and the key holder went inside 
and got the water shut off.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180222
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Speak To Officer


Complainant: KAREN FAST

Officer met with the complainant on station 
who advised that she had property over on 
E. 6th St and had rented it to a female 
which had just moved in on Saturday, 01-
06-18 and now was moving out last night 
advising her she couldn't afford it.

They were there with trucks moving items 
out.

She had a question on whether she could 
enter the property since she put the rental 
sign back out and she needed to check it so 
if she needed to show it that they had their 
belongings out.

The complainant advised that the 
agreement advises she would give notice 
before entering the property but now the 
female is not answering her phone.

Officer advised that as long as she was 
there with them before and has made an 
honest attempt to make contact and she 
wasn't going to go through things and throw 
them away if there are things left she 
should be all right to check the apartment.

She advised she understood.



Ptl. French



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Incident it: 20180223
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Follow Up Or Investigation
673 3 THIRD ST 


Complainant: PANEZOTT, CHIEF J.T. 231 
S BROADWAY AVE SALEM, OH 44460 


This officer requested assistance by Salem 
PD officers in securing a residence and 
persons present at the above location , for 
the execution of a search warrant by 
Columbiana County Drug Task Force 
agents All parties present were checked for 
warrants and one subject was taken into 
custody by an Adult Parole officer who was 
also present. 

The below listed arrestee was transported 
to Columbiana County Jail by Ptl. Wirkner 
for Adult Parole. Search of residence was 
conducted by DTF agents with charges 
pending once lab results on evidence is 
completed. 

Ptl. Larosa responded with K9 Argo to 
check a vehicle that was parked at the rear 
of the above location to which he indicated 
on the presence of narcotics odor and the 
vehicle was checked.


Arrestee:
Michael W. Hover Jr.
673 E Third St.
Salem OH 44460
AGE 27
Charge: Parole Violation holder by Adult 
Parole



Det. Sgt. John Scheets



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lncident #: 20180224
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Residential Lockout
354 E THIRD ST

Complainant: SFD, 260 S ELLSWORTH 
AVE SALEM, OH

Report of a residential lockout at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, the female subject advised 
that she locked her keys in the residences 
while she was trying to move out because 
has to be out by tomorrow. Entry was 
gained after numerous attempts by the 
female subject to contact her landlord.



Ptl Miller




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Incident #: 20180226
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Check Well Being
1370 S LINCOLN AVE 7


Complainant: CINDY MITCHELL

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and met with the complainant. It was 
confirmed that no one had seen the male 
resident in some time. The males vehicle 
was in the parking lot.

After the complainant knocked several 
times he used the master key unlocking the 
door and officer(s) entered.

Officer(s) did locate the male subject 
sleeping and he was fine. Officer(s) cleared.



Ptl. French


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lncident #: 20180229
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
Menacing / Threats 


Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY


Officer met with the complainant on station 
along with her male friend where she is 
moving to at this time for a while.

The complainant advised that her daughter 
had given a female subject her phone 
number to contact the male friend in 
reference to the females son who is to be 
staying with the male through Children 
Services until Tuesday, 01-16-18.

The complainant advised the female that 
she should not call her phone and she 
should not have her phone number she did 
not permit it to be given to her.

Words were exchanged between the two of 
the them and the complainant advised that 
she thought the female on the phone was 
coming to the new residence where she is 
moving with the male subject to fight?

Officer advised the complainant officer 
would make contact with the female in 
question.

As officer was letting the complainant out 
the female in question came on station to 
drop off her son to the male subject with the 
complainant.

Words were exchanged by the complainant 
to the female and the female requested an 
officer in the lobby.

Officer went out and brought the female 
inside while the male and complainant left 
having to come back and pick up the male 
juvenile to take him with them.

Children Service case worker was on the 
phone advising they were to meet now in 
the police parking lot and the male take the 
juvenile until the meeting on Tuesday.

The female in question advised that the 
complainant was the aggressor who was 
combative with her she did not say anything 
about coming to Salem to fight.

The complainant and male subject came 
and took the male juvenile with them and 
left the parking lot. The female in question 
was taken back out to the lobby so she 
could leave with out incident.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180232
Date: Friday, January 12,2018
RR Crossing Gate Malfunction
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILRAOD B

Officer responded to the above location and 
found the railroad crossing gates did stay 
down after a train had passed by. The gates 
stayed down at Newgarden, Mullins and S. 
Ellsworth. 

Dispatch contacted Norfolf Southern and 
they advised they would take care of it.

Vehicles were going around the gates while 
they were down.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180217
Date: Friday, Januarv 12.2018
Suspicious Vehicle
BRICKER FARMS


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers were dispatched to the dead end of 
Bricker Farms Lane for a report of a 
suspicious vehicle. The complainant 
advised that a vehicle had driven to the 
dead end and shut the lights off. 

Officers did locate the vehicle in question 
which was occupied by four people. Officers 
did smell the scent of marijuana coming 
from the vehicle. A probable cause search 
did yield multiple items of contraband that 
were seized. 

Two adult females were cited with 
Possession of Marijuana and two juveniles 
males were taken into custody for 
Delinquency charges.

The juvenile males were released to 
parents at the scene. The adult females 
were cited and then released to a sober 
driver.



Cited: Miya C Freeze
Address: Ranier Ave Youngstown, OH 
44512 (LKA)
Charge: MM Possession of Marijuana


Cited: Callista G Pyatt
Address: St Rt 558 Columbiana, OH 44408
Charge: MM Possession of Marijuana


Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180216
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Theft
490 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: NANCY OWEN

Officer responded to the 400 block of S 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a theft report. 
Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
female complainant who advised that 
someone had taken a bag out of her vehicle 
with her wallet inside of it. The complainant 
advised that the neighbors have security 
cameras and would have them watch it,


this incident is under investigation.


Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180215
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1049 E THIRD ST


Complainant: JOHN RODDEN

Officers responded to the above location for 
a dispute. Complainant advised that things 
are being taken from the residence and 
they believe their 18 yrs old son is taking 
them. Complainant also advised that they 
want the son, who lives there, to leave the 
residence. Complainant was advised of the 
eviction process. 

Officer spoke with the son who advised that 
he has not taken anything from the 
residence without his parents knowledge. 

Officer advised both parties due to the 
conflicting stories, officer advised they could 
fill out statement forms that will be sent for 
review for possible charges.



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180214
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
175 W STATE ST
GAS STATION


Officers did check on a vehicle in the 
parking lot of Speedway. The owner/driver 
of the vehicle did give consent to search the 
vehicle and purse. Officers did locate a 
controlled substance in the females purse. 

The drugs were seized and will be sent to 
BCI for testing and charges will be filed 
once the drugs are positively identified.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180212
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2345 E STATE ST 
GAS STATION


Officers responded to the 2300 block of E 
State St in regards to a suspicious vehicle. 
While responding to this incident officer 
observed a vehicle matching the description 
that was given traveling west bound on E 
State St at a high rate of speed. Officer then 
initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle on 
Highland Ave and E State St. 

Upon speaking to the occupants of the 
vehicle it was found that it had been the 
vehicle that was reported suspicious. It was 
found that the driver had went to the gas 
station to get gas and to meet someone that 
he had purchased items off of online. 

The driver of the vehicle was given a 
warning for speed.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180211
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Accident With Injury
765 E THIRD ST


Officer conducted a traffic stop for a 
headlight violation in the area of the above 
location. While making the stop the vehicle 
swerved off the right side of the road and 
struck a telephone pole. 

First responders were called and medical 
treatment was refused by the driver at the 
scene. The driver advised that the light from 
the patrol car scared her causing lose focus 
and strike the pole. The vehicle had 
disabling damage caused to the front 
passenger side tire and was towed by AAA. 

The driver, one Donna Manning, was given 
a citation for Reasonable Control and a 
warning for the headlight violation. Photo's 
were taken and a report number was given 
to the driver.


Cited-
Donna Manning
2332 Lexington Ave
Salem Ohio 44460




Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180210
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A


On 1/11/2018 officers responded to the 
1000 block of N. Ellsworth for a dispute 
amongst juveniles. 

When officer arrived they met with the 
complainant who stated that the other 
parties involved had left the area. The 
complainant stated that he had made a 
rude comment about the suspects girlfriend 
and that the suspect had pushed him. 

Officers advised that a report would be 
made and that if he wished to pursue any 
charges he would need to his parents to 
come with him to Salem Police Station. He 
advised that he understood and officers 
cleared the scene.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180209
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Traffic Signal Malfunction 
166 VINEAVEA

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above location for 
a report of a stop sign that had been 
damaged. 

Upon arrival, officer located the sign and 
the proper department was contacted to 
repair it.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180208
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Accident Private Property
423 S LUNDY AVE A
SPARKLE MARKET


Unit # 1 Driver / Owner ERIC MCCLEERY 

Unit # 2 Driver / Owner CHARLES IVAN 


Officer responded to Sparkle Market 
parking lot for a motor vehicle accident. Unit 
# 1 backed into Unit # 2. Officer took photos 
of both vehicles. The driver of unit # 1 was 
under the influence of alcohol and was 
placed in custody.

He was transported to the PD, processed, 
and released to a family friend.


Arrested: Eric R. Mccleery
Offense: OVl ORC 4511.19 (A)(l)(A)



Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20178117
Date: Saturday, November 11,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
N LINCOLN AVE / E THIRD ST


Officer on patrol stopped a vehicle for a 
moving violation in the 200 Block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. K9 Simon was deployed during 
the stop and indicated to the presence of 
narcotic odor. 

A large amount of suspected narcotics and 
paraphernalia was recovered from the 
vehicle and the driver and passenger were 
both arrested.

The vehicle was removed from the roadway 
by Kaiser Towing and both subjects were 
transported on station and processed. Both 
were incarcerated in the Columbiana 
County Jail to be held until a bond is set. 
Additional charges pending laboratory 
results.


Arrested: Jeffrey E. Darin DOB:3-19-86 of 
4940 Grover Dr. Youngstown Ohio 44512
Charge(s): Possession of drug abuse 
instrm., Possession of drug paraphernalia


Arrested: Elizabeth G. Durick DOB:12-23-
80 of 135 Main St. Leetonia Oh 44431
Charge: Carrying Concealed Weapons


Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20178871
Date: Tuesday, December 19,2017
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
673 E THIRD ST


2935.08 0 Warrant Arrest
2925.11 C3 51 3.03C2 Possession of Drugs 
- marijuana

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for a moving violation. 
During the stop officer did smell the scent of 
raw marijuana. The occupants were 
removed and officer did locate a large bag 
of marijuana inside the vehicle. One of the 
occupants was also found to have an active 
warrant out of Columbiana County. 

The male was taken into custody for the 
warrant and was also cited for Possession 
of Marijuana. The male was later released 
to the Columbiana Sheriffs Office.


Arrested: Brenston T. Thompkins
Address: 901 Saint George St East 
Liverpool, OH 43920
Charge: Warrant - Felony Vandalism
(MM) Possession of Marijuana



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20176993
Date: Tuesday, September 26,2017
Assist Other Agency 
450 AETNA ST


Officers responded to assist children 
services in the 400 block of Aetna St. and 
made contact with one subject exiting the 
rear of the residence. The subject was one 
of the two parents children services was 
trying to contact along with 2 children. The 
subject lied to officers and children services 
repeatedly and delayed officers and 
children services for and extended period of 
time. 

The subject was placed into custody, 
transported on station processed and taken 
to the Columbiana County Jail. 

Officers stood by with children services 
completed their interview.


Arrested: Christopher D. Zepernick of 450 
Aetna St. Salem Oh
Charge: Obstructing Official Business



Ptl. M. Garber



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Friday, January 12, 2018
08:58 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180206
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Crim Damage ' Endangering
411 JENNINGS AVE


Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 400 block of 
Jennings Ave. for a report of possible 
damage to an upstairs apartment door. The 
exterior of the building was secure. Officer 
was not able to gain entry into the building 
to check the door.


Ptl Brooks



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Incident #: 20180198
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Recovered Property
800 BLOCK OF NEWGARDEN

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT

Complainant dropped off a license plate 
that she had found in the 800 block of New 
Garden Ave. Reporting officer secured the 
license plate and made contact with the 
owner and advised of its location.


Lt. David L. Casto



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lncident #: 20180199
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Recovered Property
300 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY


Complainant: RACHEL  GIFFIN

Complainant stopped at the PDand dropped 
off some money that she had found in the 
300 block of S Broadway.

Reporting officer secured the money until 
claimed by someone.



Lt. David L. Casto



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Incident #: 20180125
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Accident Hit / Skip
2124 E STATE ST 
WALGREENS DRUG STORE


Complainant: JOCELYN ECKMAN

Complainant advised she parked her van in 
the lot and was inside the store when 
another customer gave her a license plate 
number (ECM5000) that was witnessed 
backing into her van in the lot. The vehicle 
left with a male driver. She went outside 
and found the other vehicle did leave. 

Officer took photo of the complainant's 
van's rear end alleged damage and later 
followed up with the investigation. Officer 
later determined that both vehicles and 
drivers were there and that unit 2 driver was 
apparently unaware of striking unit 1. 

Driver of unit 2 had admitted to being there 
at about that time. He did show officer the 
vehicle involved and officer and 
owner/driver located damage on the right 
rear bumper area of the Jeep that appeared 
to be fresh. Owner stated that the damage 
was not there before. 

Officer later went and talked with the van 
owner who located some damage on the 
front left of her van which could match the 
damage unit 2 could have done when he 
backed out of his space against the 
building.

Officer took photo of the front of the van, it 
had a small crease dent in the left front and 
the lower plastic piece was slightly off, 
unknown if unit 2 caused all or part of the 
damage. Owner of unit 1 stated that the 
lower front piece was already off slightly but 
more so now after this recent incident. Unit 
2 did apparently strike unit 1 in the front 
corner.

Officer later called each party and advised 
the outcome of the investigation. No party 
was cited for the incident.


Unit 1 Dodge minivan GMA6307, Owner 
MICHAEL ECKMAN 


Unit 2 OIV, Jeep Liberty ECM5000, Owner 
William Delfavaro 



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Incident #: 20180164
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Assist Other Agency
933 N ELLSWORTH AVE


Report of assist the Portage County Sheriffs 
office at the above address. They advised 
to just locate the vehicle (Brown Cadillac 
Deville) and not to make contact they will 
handle it just want to confirm the address. 

Upon arrival, the above vehicle was not at 
the above address at this time and officers 
will check later.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180170
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
200 E SECOND ST A 


Unit#2 Owner DEZHI WANG 


Unit#l Driver BAILEY  SNYDER, Owner 
SNYDER SHAD


The driver of Unit #1 advised that she was 
pulling out of the parking lot of Lease drug 
and was attempting to turn left to go 
northbound on N. Ellsworth Ave. when Unit 
# 2 was pulling out of the Broadway Plaza 
at the same time and they struck each 
other. 

The driver of Unit # 2 advised that he was 
pulling out of the Broadway Plaza 
attempting to go North on N.Ellsworth when 
Unit # 1 struck his vehicle. 

Minor damage was observed to the left rear 
of Unit # 2 and minor damage was 
observed to the front right of Unit # 1.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180180
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Harassment 
275 PENN AVE 

Officer(s) responded to the 200 block of 
Penn Ave for a report of a suspicious 
person / harassment. 

On arrival officers located the person in 
question and spoke with him. The man 
stated that he was in the area gathering 
signatures so that he could run for public 
office. Officers advised the man of the 
complaint apologised for the problem and 
stated that he would move on. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180183
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Harassment
354 E THIRD ST

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block East 
3rd St for a report of harassment. 

On arrival officers spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that 
someone known to her has been driving by 
her residence and flipping her off. Officers 
advised the complainant of the options for 
dealing with the situation. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180188
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check 
1335 CLEVELAND ST 


While on patro,l officer observed a known 
male subject with an active warrant. The 
warrant was confirmed and the subject was 
taken into custody. The subject was 
transported to this station for the booking 
process and later released to CCSO.


Arressted: Joshua J. Gatewood
AGE 27
378.5 E. 4th St
Salem Ohio 44460
Charge - Warrant



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180189
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Traffic Offense

On 1/10/2018 officers conducted a traffic 
stop for an equipment violation. Upon 
talking to the driver officers asked for 
consent to search the vehicle. The driver 
stated that officers could search the vehicle. 

Nothing was located in the vehicle and the 
driver was given a verbal warning for the 
equipment violation.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180190
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Suspicious Person
855 W STATE ST 
RESTAURANT


While on patrol officer was advised of a 
suspicious person in the 800 block of W 
State St. Officer did make contact with the 
male who was at a local business. The 
male was sent on his way and officer 
cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180192
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Loud Persons
346 W WILSON ST

Complainant: ASHLEY BADDELEY

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Wilson in regards to a loud persons 
complaint. The complainant advised that 
there were multiple males in the alleyway 
behind her house yelling. 

Officers located the subjects and advised 
them of the complaint. They advised that 
they were just walking home from a friends 
house and horse playing.



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180193
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / VINE AVE


While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for a moving violation. During 
the stop, K9 Argo did alert to narcotic odor 
but nothing of significance was located. The 
driver was given a written warning for the 
offense.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180194
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
1872 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT


Officers responded to the 1800 block of E 
State St for a dispute at a business. The 
manager of the business advised several 
subjects had come through the drive 
through when the business was closed. The 
subject yelled obscenities into the business 
and punched a window. 

No damage was done to the building but 
the manager wanted the subjects criminally 
trespassed. The employee also stated that 
she believed the driver was intoxicated.

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate the vehicle. The manager was 
advised to contact the PD if the subjects 
returned to have the subjects trespassed 
from the business.


Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180195
Date: Thursday, January 11,2018
Ambulance Needed 
COURT DR K

While making a routine check of the 
park,officer located a vehicle parked by the 
tennis court with a male subject asleep 
inside. Subject was awakened and he 
stated that he had been feeling light headed 
and pulled into the park. 

Due to the subject being diabetic, the first 
responders and ambulance were contacted. 
Subject's blood sugar was taken several 
times and was found to be elevated, but he 
refused treatment. The vehicle was left 
legally parked and he was given a ride to a 
relatives house.



Lt. Shafer



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Thursday, January 11, 2018
08:42 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180187
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
1526 SOUTHEAST BLVD

A second call of a distraught female. 
Female wanted to wander into the street 
and harm herself. 

Upon arrival officer found the female inside 
and crying. She requested help and was 
asked if she wanted to go to the hospital 
which she said yes. She was not taking her 
medicine or eating as she should. An EMT 
ambulance was sent and she went 
voluntarily without incident. 


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180184
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Distraught / Upset Person
1526 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Officer(s) responded to the 1500 block of 
Southeast Blvd for a report of a distraught 
person. On arrival officers spoke with the 
person who stated that there would not be 
any further problems and they were going 
to be calm for remainder of the evening. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180186
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Speak To Officer
483 E FOURTH ST 

Complainant: THOMAS WILKENS

On 1/10/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 400 block of E. Fourth St. for a report. 
When officers arrived they spoke to the 
complainant who advised he would like a 
report on file because he lost his keys to his 
vehicle.

Officers advised that a report would be 
made and that he needed to contact Salem 
Police Department if he found them. 
Officers also advised that he should keep 
any valuables out of his vehicle until he 
found his keys or changed his locks.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180175
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E THIRD ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer(s) responded to the 300 block of 
North Ellsworth for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Unit # 1 had been traveling south 
in the 300 block of North Ellsworth when it 
was struck by unit # 2. Unit # 2 had been 
traveling west on East 3rd St when the 
driver stopped fro the stop sign at the 
intersection of East 3rd St and North 
Ellsworth.

The driver of unit # 2 then proceeded into 
the intersection and struck unit # 2 in the 
side. 

There were no reported injuries and both 
vehicles were driven from the scene. 

The driver of unity # 2 was cited for F.T.Y. at 
a Intersection.


Unit # 1 / owner / driver / Nathan Ring
vehicle / 2006 Hyundai


Unit # 2 / owner / driver / John Rodden
vehicle / 2017 Jeep



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180179
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
100 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN

Officers were made aware of a female that 
had an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. The female was located in a vehicle 
and a traffic stop was initiated in the 100 
block of S. Lincoln Ave. 

The female was placed into custody and 
transported to Salem PD for processing. 
The female was then released to CCSO.


Arrested: Bobbi Jo Fisher AGE: 39, 34649 
Walnut Rdg Salineville, OH 43945
Warrant / FTA



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180176
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence) 
260 S ELLSWORTH AVE 

Complainant: SALEM CITY, FIRE 260 S 
ELLSWORTH AVE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers located two subjects 
that were involved in a verbal dispute over a 
near accident. Both sides calmed down and 
apologized prior to departing the area.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180178
Date: Wednesday, January 10,2018
Runaway / Missing 
925 E FIFTH ST 

Complainant: BOBBI JO FISHER,  
SALINEVILLE, OH 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location to check for a missing juvenile. 
Prior to arriving, the complainant pulled next 
to this officer and advised she learned her 
son was not in Salem. The complainant 
advised she was enroute to the Rogers 
Ohio area to check for him.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180169
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Intoxicated Person 
1995 E STATE ST A -



Police responded to the 1900 block of E. 
State St for an elderly male walking in the 
roadway. When officers arrived contact was 
made with the subject. While speaking with 
the subject officers could smell a strong 
odor of alcohol. The subject was given a 
transport back to his residence.


Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180171
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Solicitor(s) 
1166 CLEVELAND ST

Officer responded to the above area in 
reference to a solicitor. The solicitor was 
gone upon officer's arrival.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180173
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Suspicious Activity
240 N CUNNINGHAM RD 208
MOTEL

Complainant: LEANNE SKIBA

Officers were dispatched to the Holiday Inn 
Express, in the 200 block of N Cunningham 
Rd, in reference to suspicious activity. 

Complainant advised that a male subject, 
who had been staying in the hotel since 
January 4, 2018, was causing a disturbance 
by pounding on the walls. Complainant 
advised that they attempted contact with the 
male several times, but he would not 
respond. Officers responded to the hotel 
room and made contact with the subject, 
who was found to be in need of medical 
attention, and officers observed the room to 
be in disarray.

The Salem Fire Department First 
Responders and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the scene. The male was 
subsequently transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by EMT for 
evaluation. Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Wednesday, January 10, 2018
07:33 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180168
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
521 E SIXTH ST


Unit #1: 2006 Jeep SW Commander Silver 
in color
Owner: Victor Chuck 1750 Harrison Ave 
Salem, Ohio 44460
Operator: Allee M. Davidson Chuck 1750 
Harrison Ave Salem, Ohio 44460

Unit #2: 2004 Dodge 4s Intrepid Silver in 
color
Owner/Operator: Mark Glenn Negad 
Alcuetas 551 E. 6th St Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #1 was east bound on E. 6th St 
passing #521 when Unit #2 heading west 
bound on E. 6th attempted to make a left 
hand turn into the drive way at 551 E. 6th 
St. Unit #1 attempted to avoid striking Unit 
#2 but the right front of both Unit(s) was hit. 
No injuries reported at time of crash. No 
Unit (s) towed.

OwnerIOperator of Unit #2 was cited for 
Improper Turning 331.10 and given a court 
date of Thursday, 01-18-18 at 8:30 A.M. for 
the Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180170
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
200 E SECOND ST A 
GEZOs PIZZA


Unit#2 2009 AUDI SW BLK, Owner DEZHl 
WANG 
 
Unit#l 2003 MNNl HB BLU, Driver BAILEY 
SNYDER, Owner SHAD SNYDER 


The driver of Unit #1 advised that she was 
pulling out of the parking lot of Lease drug 
and attempting to turn left to go northbound 
on N. Ellsworth Ave. when Unit#2 was 
pulling out of the Broadway Plaza at the 
same time and they struck each other. The 
driver of Unit#2 advised that he was pulling 
out of the Broadway Plaza attempting to go 
North on N.Ellsworth when Unit#l struck his 
vehicle. 

Minor damage was observed to the left rear 
of Unit#2 and minor damage was observed 
to the front right of Unit#l.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180164
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Assist Other Agency
933 N ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: BOUGHNER, DET 

Report of assist the Portage County Sheriffs 
office at the above address. They advised 
to just locate the vehicle (Brown Cadillac 
Deville) and not to make contact they will 
handle it just want to confirm the address. 

Upon arrival, the above vehicle was not at 
the above address at this time and officers 
will check later.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20180165
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
1270 CEDAR RIDGE DR D

Complainant: YOUNG, LT 

Officer went with Columbiana County 
Sheriff's Department to check on residents 
who had active warrants for their arrest 
through out the City.

Check numerous residences and was 
unable to locate some they then decided to 
check an area out side the City.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180166
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Accidental Damage
2209 MERLE RD

Complainant: BRIAN HENDERSON

Report of accidental damage at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, complainant advised that the 
home owners dog had busted the front 
window of the residence when the mail man 
dropped off a package. Home owner was 
contacted, she responded to the residence 
and this officer cleared without incident.



Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180167
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018


Complainant: JOHN WADE

A male subject came to the Police Dept in 
reference a juvenile complainant. The 
complainant advised a juvenile stayed at his 
residence then did not return. The juvenile 
did not wish to return to the complainants 
residence or his own. The complainant 
advised the mother of the juvenile has been 
sending him messages and he would like 
her to stop.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180158
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Debris In Roadway
973 ORCHARD BEND DR

Complainant: Barbara Hans

Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Orchard Bend Dr in reference to debris in 
the roadway. Complainant advised that she 
found, what she believed to be, a broken 
piece of a plow blade at the front of her 
residence. The debris was disposed of and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180159
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Traffic Offense


Officer on patrol in the area of W. State 
Street and Sharp Avenue observed a 
vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. 
Officer conducted a traffic stop with the 
vehicle and made contact with the driver 
who was found to have an expired drivers 
license. During the traffic stop the driver 
advised that officers could search his 
person and his vehicle. A search was 
conducted and nothing illegal was found. 
The driver was issued a citation for 
excessive speed and expired drivers 
license. The mother of the driver responded 
to drive the vehicle and provide the driver a 
ride.


Cited: Michael John Lawrence Blankenship 
6 Kevin Drive Alliance, Ohio 44601 (AGE 
21)
Speed 44/25
Expired Drivers License (April 2017)



Ptl. C. Crider



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lncident #: 20180160
Date: Monday, Januaw 8.2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PROSPECT 900 BLOCK A
PAR K PLAYGROUND

On 1/8/2018 officers observed a brown in 
color Acura sitting stationary in Kelly Park 
after hours. Officers made contact with the 
registered owner and his wife who were 
playing with their dog by the baseball field 
and advised them both of park hours. Both 
subjects understood and then entered their 
vehicle and cleared shortly after. 

Once the vehicle and both subjects cleared 
with their dog officers did as well without 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20180161
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
408 FRANKLIN ST

Complainant: MICHAEL PLEGGE

On 1/9/2018 officers were dispatched to the 
400 block of Franklin Street in regards to a 
driver who supposedly hit the complainants 
house. 

Upon officers arrival it was discovered that 
the driver of the vehicle was attempting to 
go up a hill on an alleyway to park her 
vehicle behind her house located on S 
Broadway Ave, lost traction while driving 
her vehicle up the hill, and slide backwards 
into a rock near the complainant's house. 
The female subject driving the vehicle lived 
two houses down the road on S Broadway 
Ave and caused no damage to any property 
nor did her vehicle receive any damage in 
the process of sliding into the rock.

Officers then pushed the vehicle out. Once 
the female driver made it back home and 
parked her vehicle all officers on scene then 
cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180162
Date: Tuesday, January 9,2018
Structure Fire
605 S ELLSWORTH AVE A

Complainant: ALARM, INTERFACE 

Officers responded to the 600 block of S. 
Ellsworth Avenue for a report of a structure 
fire at a business. Officers observed 
numerous employees outside of the 
business who advised there was a fire 
inside. 

The Fire Department responded and 
officers provided traffic control. Officers 
cleared once no longer needed.



Ptl. C. Crider



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Tuesday, January 09, 2018
08:31 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180146
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
275 PENN AVE
US POST OFFICE 


Unit #1:  2014 Ford 4s Red in color
Owner/Operator: Billy Blackburn 1431 
Franklin Ave, Salem, Ohio 44460


Unit #2: 2003 GMC TK White in color, 
Owner: Hephner Lawn Care 40904 Cherry 
Fork Rd Leetonia, Ohio 44431
Operator: Joshua Sitko 541 5 Kuszmaulau 
NW Warren, Ohio 44483



Unit #1 was south bound on Penn in the 
200blk when Unit #2 which was 
plowinglsalting a private parking lot backed 
out towards the road way striking #1 in the 
right rear door/quarter area with it's rear. 
Visible damage to Unit #1 no visible 
damage to Unit #2.

No Unit (s) towed. No injuries reported at 
time of crash.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180155
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Neighbor Dispute
354 E THIRD ST

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

Officers responded to the 300 block of E. 
3rd St for a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant stated that her neighbor was 
smoking Marijuana. 

While on scene officers did not smell any 
odor of Marijuana. The complainant also 
advised that three days ago several 
subjects were at the residence smoking 
Marijuana but the complainant never called 
Police.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180154
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Menacing / Threats
313 S ELLSWORTH AVE

Officer(s) responded to the above location 
and checked for a group of people with 
baseball bats trying to go after people in a 
white colored jeep.

Refer to report #20180152 with subjects 
and a white jeep that a male got out of and 
a fight had taken place.

Officer(s) checked the area and could not 
locate the Jeep and or the subjects. 
Officer(s) cleared.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180152
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Fight
S HOWARD AVE / W WILSON ST

Police responded to the area of W. Wilson 
and S. Howard for a fight that had occurred. 
When officers arrived the group of subjects 
involved stated that a physical dispute had 
taken place with a male subject in a white 
Jeep. The subjects stated that the male 
exited the Jeep and punches were 
exchanged with a few of the subjects. 

The subjects advised no one has ever seen 
the driver of the Jeep before. Earlier officers 
observed the same subjects yelling at on 
coming traffic. Further investigation 
pending.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180150
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation Ilncident
400 B LOCK OF E EUCLID ST 

Report of a vehicle parked in a no parking 
zone in the area of the above location. 
Contact was made with a resident and he 
was going to have the owner move the 
vehicle.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180149
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Possible Scam
500 E FOURTH ST 410

Complainant: LAURA GRAHOVAC,  
COLUMBIANA, OH 

Officer talked with the complainant via land 
line phone who advised she had some 
concern for her aunt who resides in the City.

The complainant/niece felt that another 
female was taking advantage of her aunt 
who has dementia and has never had any 
children. The aunt now is calling this female 
her daughter and is buying things for her 
along with supposedly a charge card from 
Sam's Club opened in her name with 
$2,000.00 owed on it.

The complainant advised that she had 
made contact with the prosecutors office 
and was advised to file a complaint then fax 
the report to them.

The complainant also advised she has tried 
numerous times to get adult protective 
services involved but they have not 
responded to her requests.

Officer advised that the report would be 
faxed to them also then.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180148
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
1400 BLOCK OF N LINCOLN

While on patrol this officer observed an 
accident in the above area, the accident 
was found to be in Perry Twp

They were called to handle the accident 
and this officer did provide traffic control 
until the roadway cleared to get traffic 
through.



Ptl.R.Miller



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Incident #: 20180145
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Dog At Large
919 JEFFERSON AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

A newspaper carrier located a dog running 
loose at the above location. Officer 
responded and took possession of the 
animal. The owner contacted this 
department shortly after advising that her 
dog was missing. 

Officer responded to her residence and 
dropped the dog off.



Sgt. D. Green



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Incident #: 20180144
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Theft 
462 ASH ST


Complainant: ZOElE JONES

Officers responded to the above location for 
a theft report. Officers spoke with the 
complainant who stated that over this last 
weekend a male and female stayed at their 
residence. This morning the complainant 
noticed their debit card and some cash was 
taken from the residence, the matter is 
under investigation.



Ptl. M.Wirkner



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Incident #: 20180157
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Fight 
465 NEWGARDEN AVE A 


Officer(s) responded to the above location 
in reference to a possible fight getting ready 
to start.

Upon further investigation it was found that 
a hat that had been lost was found by the 
ex of a female who was contacted to come 
an pick it up by the new girlfriend.

An argument broke out with a person 
believing that one male had a firearm which 
he denied saying it was his phone.

The female got her damaged hat back and 
was advised to contact her local police 
department over any threats of the ex 
coming there.



Ptl. French



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Incident #: 20180156
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Drug Over Dose

Officers were dispatched to the 600 block of 
E Third St, along with the Salem Fire 
Department First Responders, in regards to 
a drug overdose. 

Upon arrival, first responders found the 
subject to be unresponsive in the 
passenger seat of a vehicle behind the 
residence. First responders administered a 
dose of Narcan, which resulted in the 
subject becoming responsive. A hypodermic 
needle was located on the subject's seat 
inside the vehicle and seized. 

The subject was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center by KLG 
Ambulance.

Officer responded to the hospital and 
served the subject with the proper immunity 
paper work from the Columbiana county 
Prosecutor's Office. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran




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Incident #: 20180132
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Civil Matter

Complainant: ANTOINETTE BUTERA

Officer spoke with a complainant on station 
who wanted officers to escort her on a civil 
standby and enforce a custody agreement. 
Officer advised the female we would escort 
her due to the possibility of violence, but 
officers would not force any issues 
regarding custody as they were civil 

The female was advised to contact her 
attorney for custody exchange violations as 
they were not a criminal matter. Officer 
cleared after being hung up on.


Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180134
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Parking Complaint / Violation

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 1/7/2018 an anonymous called noticed 
the Salem Police department that vehicles 
were parked near the curve on E. Euclid 
St.. When officer arrived no parking they did 
not see any parking violations near the 
curve, but did see a vehicle parked to far off 
the curb. The vehicle was given a parking 
citation for the offense.



Ptl. Connolly


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Incident #: 20180135
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Suspicious Activity
S BROADWAY AVE / E EUCLID 

On 1/7/2018 officers noticed a vehicle 
parked in an odd location off the road way 
near the train tracks on S. Broadway Ave. 
and E. Euclid St. 

Officers made contact with the driver of the 
vehicle and asked if everything was all right. 
The driver stated that she and he husband 
had been at odds with each other and left 
the house to clear her mind. The driver 
stated that everything was fine she was just 
coming down to the area to watch the 
trains.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180136
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Dogt at Large 
286 W WILSON ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 200 block of W. 
Wilson St. for a report of a dog at large . 
Officer was able to locate the owner of the 
dog. Officer gave the owner of the dog a 
verbal warning for dog at large.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180137
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Deliver Message
181 N HOWARD AVE

On 1/7/2018 officer were dispatched to the 
100 block of N. Howard Ave to attempt to 
make contact with a male whose cousin 
was refusing medical services. Once on 
scene contact was made with the male and 
he was notified of the situation. The male 
stated that he would head over to his 
cousins house and attempt to convince his 
family member to go to the hospital.


Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180139
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Speak To Officer

Complainant: JOHN WADE

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department to speak to a complainant. The 
complainant advised officer that his 17 year 
old cousin was staying at his house and his 
mother, who has custody of him wanted him 
to return home. Officer advised the 
complainant of possible charges he could 
face if he didn't return the child home.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180140
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Assist Perrv Police

Complainant: PERRY, TWP 

K9 Simon was requested by Perry Twp. PD 
for a K9 free air sniff of a vehicle at Goshen 
Rd. and Pine Lake Rd.

K9 Simon was deployed and did not show 
alert behavior nor did he indicate to the 
presence of narcotic odor.

Officers cleared without incident.


Ptl. M. Garber


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Incident #: 20180141
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Accident Private Property
1098 N ELLSWORTH AVE A 
COMMUNITY CENTER


Unit#l Owner/Driver MAGGIE HANK , 185 
W 16TH ST SALEM, OH


Unit#2 Owner/Driver DUSTIN 
GREENAWALT , 22180 HARTLEY RD 
ALLIANCE, OH


On 1/7/2018 officers were dispatched to the 
CenterPlex for a private property crash. 
Once on scene officers located the 
vehicles. The driver of Unit#2 stated that he 
was pulling out of his parking spot and 
stuck Unit#l which was parked beside his 
vehicle. 

No citations were issued due to it being a 
private property crash but the driver of 
Unit#2 was advised he was at fault. Unit#l 
was towed by Sinsleys Towing.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 201 80142
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
637 WOODLAND AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Woodland Ave for a suspicious vehicle. The 
complainant advised the vehicle had the 
lights on for over an hour sitting in a 
driveway. 

Officers made contact with the driver and 
passenger of the vehicle. The passenger 
advised he is staying at the residence and 
they were about to leave to go to a friend's 
house.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180143
Date: Monday, January 8,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
279 N LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: UNKNOWN, CALLER

Officers responded to the 200 block of N 
Lincoln Ave in regards to a 911 hang up 
call. Officers arrived on scene and checked 
the residence where the call was supposed 
to be coming from but officers were unable 
to make contact with anyone at the 
residence.


Ptl C Walla



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Monday, January 08, 2018
07:30 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180127
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

Unit #1, 2017 TOY0 Corrolla SIL, Driver / 
Owner DARLA BLAKE , SEBRING, OH

Unit #2, 2012 JEEP SW SIL, Driver MARY 
ANN WIKE, Owner DOUGLAS WlKE 


Officer responded to a crash with no injury 
in the 800 block of Pennsylvania Ave. 

Officer arrived and after an investigation 
found a 2017 Toyota silver in color failed to 
yield from a private drive as it pulled on to 
Pennsylvania Ave. Both vehicles suffered 
minor damage and driven from scene.



Cited: Darla K. Blake Age 42 of 165 W. 
Oregon Ave. Sebring
Charge: FTY Private drive CCMC date of 1-
22-18


Ptl. M. Garber


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Incident #: 20180112
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
SHARP AVE / W WILSON ST


Unit#l , 2014 CHEV Cruze, Driver / Owner 
MAKENZI WILKES 

Unit#2, No ins. provided, 2009 NlSS Altima 
SIL, Driver PATRICK CROUSE,   Owner 
McCLELLAN BRANDY 

Officers responded to the intersection of 
Sharp and W Wilson for a report of a motor 
vehicle accident. 

Officers arrived and found that Unit#l was 
traveling south bound on Sharp when it 
struck Unit#2 which was traveling east 
bound on W Wilson.

Unit#2 failed to yield at a stop sign and was 
cited for the stop sign offense. 

The driver and passenger of Unit#l did 
report injury and the driver was later 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center by KLG. 

Sinsleys did tow Unit#2 from the scene and 
AAA did tow Unit#l.



Ptl R Connolly



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Incident #: 20180113
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Accident With Injury
CUNNINGHAM RD / E STATE ST


Unit # 1, 2003 CHEV Cavalier RED, Driver/ 
Dolly Didonna Owner DARREN KYSER 

Unit # 2, 2009 JEEP Grand Ch WHI, Driver 
/ RO Owner ALLlE BENTON 


Officers responded to E.State St. and 
Cunningham RD. for a motor vehicle 
accident with no injuries reported. 

Upon arriving the driver of unit # 1 advised 
officer she was not feeling well. FD and 
EMT were dispatched. The driver of unit # 1 
was transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center by EMT. 

The driver of unit # 1 failed to stop before 
hitting the rear of unit # 2. The driver of unit 
# 1 was cited for ACDA.


Cited: Dolly M. Didonna
AGE 50
Offense: ACDA ORC 4511.21A



Ptl.J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180121
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Speak To Officer 
375 E FIFTH ST 1 W 

Complainant: BRADLEY ROSZLER

Complainant on station to speak with an 
officer about an issue he was having with 
his neighbor. The complainant advised he 
lives in an apartment and the neighbor 
upstairs stomps his feet. Complainant was 
advised to inform his landlord.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180123
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
355 ROOSEVELT AVE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported domestic. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with a couple 
that stated they were involved in a verbal 
dispute. Both sides agreed to keep their 
distance and speak at a later time.



Sgt. K. Toy




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Incident #: 2018 0124
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Suspicious Odor 
226 VINE AVE 7

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a report of a 
suspicious odor. 

Upon arrival, the complainant expressed 
her concern and the information will be 
forwarded to the appropriate agency. 



Banar901



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Incident #: 20180129
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Ambulance Needed


Officers responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a female walking on E. 
Pershing St. near the PD in a tank top and 
no shoes. The female subject advised 
officers that she was walking to the hospital 
and made threats to harm herself. The 
female subject was voluntarily transported 
to Salem Regional Medical by KLG.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 2018 0130
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Assault
E THIRD ST

Complainant: CORY RITTENOUR

Officer responded to the 800 block of E. 
Third St. to take a report of an assualt that 
took place. The complainant advised officer 
that a known male subject punched him in 
the face. The complainant did have injuries 
and refused treatment from EMT. Officer 
took photos of the injuries. 

The matter is under investigation.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180107
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Accident No Injury Reported
W STATE 400 TO 600 BLOCK
SALEM CRANMER BRIDGE


Unit # 1, 2013 HOND SW WHI, 
Owner/Driver JANET MCDONNELL 


Officers responded to W. State St. on the 
bridge for a single car motor vehicle 
accident. The driver of Unit # 1 was 
travelling Eastbound on W. State St. The 
driver failed to control her vehicle, went left 
of center into the Westbound lane and 
ended up on the sidewalk. 

The driver of the vehicle was cited for 
Failure To Control. The driver appeared to 
be suffering a medical situation and was 
transported to Salem ER to be evaluated.


Cited: Janet L. Mcdonell
AGE 57
Offense: Failure To Control



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180109
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Check Well Being
413 S LINCOLN AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

On 1/6/2018 officers were dispatched to the 
400 block of S. Lincoln Ave. for a welfare 
check on a dog left outside in the cold. 
When officers arrived they made contact 
with the owner who was in the process of 
bringing the dog inside. Officers advised the 
compliant that due to the cold weather it 
wouldn't be a good idea to leave the dog 
outside for extended periods of time. 

The owner stated that he would keep the 
dog inside. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. Connolly



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lncident #: 20180108
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Person To Be Removed
514 E STATE ST

Complainant: RACHAEL 

On 1/6/2018 officers responded to a 
disorderly male inside Dollar General. 
When officers arrived on scene the male 
subject was standing outside of Dollar 
General. Offices spoke with the store 
manager who explained the argument was 
over use of a restroom. The business 
wished for the male to be trespassed and 
he was advised of such.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180120
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Open Burning
555 N LINCOLN AVE

While on patrol officer observed a bon fire 
that appeared to be unattended. Officer 
stopped and made contact with two males 
outside at the residence. Officer advised 
them to extinguish the fire before entering 
the residence for the evening.



Ptl D. Young



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Incident #: 20180115
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH 01L

Officer spoke with a complainant regarding 
a theft in the 900 block of E State St. The 
complainant advised that someone pumped 
$10.01 worth of gasoline before leaving 
without rendering payment. A report number 
was issued.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180116
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Check Well Being
325 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to the 300 block of W 
Pershing St for a well being check for a 
male walking in the middle of the roadway. 
Officers located the male who appeared to 
be intoxicated and he stated he was 
walking home to avoid fighting with his 
sister. Due to the weather the male was 
placed in the rear of a cruiser to keep warm 
and a taxi was called to the scene to take 
him to his residence. 

The male subject was given a public 
intoxication warning and then given a ride 
home by the taxi company.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180117
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Assist Other Agency

Complainant: OSP, LISBON 

K9 Simon was requested by OSP Post 15 
on a traffic stop in Washingtonville on 
Washingtonville Rd. 

K9 Simon was deployed and did indicate to 
the presence of narcotics. OSP Post 15 
recovered contraband from the vehicle and 
officer cleared.


Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180119
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Traffic Offense
228 VINE AVE 

While on patrol officer initiated a traffic stop 
with a vehicle for an equipment violation. 
During the stop the driver was found to 
have a suspended drivers license and the 
K9 did indicate to narcotic odor. 

A probable cause search of the vehicle and 
a very small quantity of paraphernalia was 
located. The driver was cited for Driving 
under non compliance suspension and 
Sinsleys did tow the vehicle aft the 
registered owner could not be reached. 

The owner of the vehicle will be issued a 
citation for Wrongful Entrustment.


Cited: Charles R. Courtney III
AGE 32
Address: 228 Vine St Apt. 16 Salem, OH 
44460
Charge: DUS - Non Compliance



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180118
Date: Sunday, January 7,2018
Suspicious Person
2586 E STATE ST A 

Officer on patrol contacted a subject 
walking in the 2500 block of E State St., in 
the roadway and intoxicated, who was not 
appropriately dressed for the weather. The 
subject stated he was walking to a local 
establishment that had been closed for 
hours. 

Officers provided transportation back to the 
hotel he was staying at and a citation for 
open container was issued. The subject 
was advised if he returned outside the hotel 
he would be arrested for disorderly conduct. 
Officers cleared.


Cited: Jeffrey R. Hamilton DOB:7-14-83 of 
101 Cliffside Dr., Monroeville PA
Charge: Open container CCMC date of 1-9-
18


Ptl. M. Garber



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Sunday, January 07, 2018
02:45 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180079
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Assist Perry Police
410 BENTON RD


While in the 400 block of Benton Rd. officer 
observed a heated verbal domestic dispute 
outside a residence in Perry Twp. between 
a male and female. Officer made contact 
with the subjects, separated them and had 
dispatch notify a Perry Twp. Officer to 
respond. 

Upon arrival, of the Perry Twp. officer I 
stood by while he conducted and 
investigation and cleared a short time later 
without incident.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180084
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
1000 BLOCK OF PARK AVE 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1000 block of 
Park Ave for a reported 9-11 hang up call. 
On arrival officers checked the area and 
could not locate any type of disturbance. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180085
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Person To Be Removed
182 WASHINGTON AVE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a person to be 
removed. 

Upon arrival, the matter was found to be 
civil. While speaking with the involved, a 
female made threats of harming herself. 
Medical Personal was requested and the 
female was transported to Salem ER for an 
evaluation.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180086
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Ambulance Needed
441 N LINCOLN AVE dwn

Officers responded with the FD to the 400 
block of North Lincoln for a reported 
medical emergency. 

On arrival offices stood by while the FD and 
a ambulance crew attended to the person in 
question. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180091
Date: Friday, January 5, 2018
Theft
426 OHIO AVE

Complainant: JILL ENTRIKIN


Officer responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave. to take a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised officer that she had a 
package delivered on the 28th of Dec. and 
it was gone when she went to bring it in.


Ptl Brooks



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lncident #: 20180092
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
1426 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: LORI BEIGHT

Officer responded to the 1400 block of 
SouthEast Blvd. for a report of an unruly 
juvenile. The complainant advised officer 
that her 17 year old granddaughter was 
over visiting and refused to leave. Officer 
advised the granddaughter that she had to 
leave the residence if her grandmother 
wanted her to.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180102
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Theft
165 W FOURTH ST

Complainant: JOHN FULLUM

Complainant advised that they had ordered 
items via the internet that they should have 
received. Upon the complainant calling the 
postal service they advised that the USPS 
tracker showed the item had been delivered 
to the above listed address on 12-27-2017. 
Complainant advised that they did not 
receive the package that was valued at 
$60.00.



Sgt. John Scheets



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Incident #: 20180103
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Dog at Large
649 PROSPECT ST

Complainant: NICHOLAS GOOD

Officers responded to the 600 block of 
Prospect St in regards to a dog at large. 
Complainant advised of a black lab with a 
white face that has been coming onto his 
property. Officers made contact with the 
humane officer who advised that she is 
aware of the dog, which has been living on 
her property for a while, but she hasn't been 
able to catch it yet. Officer was also unable 
to catch the dog. Officer cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180104
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Shoplifter(s)
2401 E STATE ST A
GROCERY

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers were dispatched to the 2400 block 
of E State St in regards to a shop lifting 
report from Giant Eagle.

Complainant advised of two males and one 
female that had left the store with a 
package of meat without rendering proper 
payment. 

Complainant also advised that after leaving 
the store, they fled the area in a black 
Mazda SUV and provided officers with 
license plate number. 

Officers searched the area, but were unable 
to locate the vehicle. The matter is under 
investigation.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180106
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Check Well Being
1125 E STATE ST

Officer observed a juvenile in the 1100 
block of E State St. not wearing proper 
attire. Officer stopped and assisted the 
juvenile, making sure he had a ride home. 
Officer cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180089
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
615 N UNION AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 600 block of N. 
Union Ave. for a report of a disabled 
vehicle. Officer stood by with the driver of 
the vehicle until AAA arrived and towed the 
vehicle.


Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180101
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Water Line Break / Leak
364 FAlR AVE

Report of a water line break in the 300 
block of Fair Ave. Officer drove by to 
confirm and the water department was 
advised. Officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180095
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Check Well Being
156 OHIO AVE 13


On 01/05/2018 officers were dispatched to 
the 100 block of Ohio Ave. for a welfare 
check on a male subject.

Officers arrived on scene and made contact 
with the male who had a warrant out for his 
arrest. The male was placed into custody 
and transported to Salem Police 
Department for booking. While on station 
during the secondary search a small plastic 
bag with an unknown white residue was 
located in the subjects pocket, and will be 
sent to BCI for testing. The male was then 
handed over to Columbiana County Sheriffs 
for transport to Columbiana County Jail.



Arrested:
Roger A. Devine
AGE 60
409 Washington St.
Salem OH, 44460
Charge , Warrant



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180091
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Theft
426 OHlO AVE

Complainant: JILL ENTRIKIN

Officer responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave. to take a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised officer that she had a 
package delivered on the 28th of Dec. and 
it was gone when she went to bring it in.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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Incident #: 20180092
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
1426 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: LORI BEIGHT

Officer responded to the 1400 block of 
SouthEast Blvd. for a report of an unruly 
juvenile. The complainant advised officer 
that her 17 year old granddaughter was 
over visiting and refused to leave. Officer 
advised the granddaughter that she had to 
leave the residence if her grandmother 
wanted her to.



Ptl. J.Brooks



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lncident #: 20180100
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
821 E STATE ST 

While on patrol, officer located a female 
sitting on a bench outside the library, which 
was closed. Officer made contact with the 
female who was known to have an active 
warrant out of this county. The warrant was 
confirmed and the female was taken into 
custody, transported to this station for the 
booking process and later released to 
CCSO.


Arrested-Bobbi S. Crookston
LKA- 242 Mathews Rd
Boardman Ohio, 44512
Charge-Warrant



Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180098
Date: Saturday, January 6,2018
Check Well Being
362 NEWGARDEN AVE A

Complainant: SCOTT MCCARPNEY

Officers responded to the above location for 
a well being check. Complainant called and 
advised they haven't heard from an 
employee that left work early due to illness. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact with the 
subject in question, who stated he is ill and 
on his was to the hospital to receive 
medical treatment.



Ptl. D. Young


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Saturday, January 06, 2018
08:38 AM -0500

Incident #: 201 80080
Date: Friday, January 5, 2018
Accident Hit / Skip
1892 E STATE ST
McDONALDs

Complainant: REBECCA

Driver TRENT BARTOLOTTI,  2003 CHEV 
TK WHI, Owner Miller Products


Officer responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a hit/skip accident. 
Upon arrival, an employee advised a white 
box truck damaged to security cameras 
while in the drive thru. 

Officer did contact the business and was 
advised the driver was unaware that he 
struck anything. The business did provide 
all pertinent information for the report.


Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180081
Date: Fridav. Januarv 5.2018
Person To Be Removed
S ELLSWORTH AVE

Complainant: SALEM SECURITY, 
STORAGE

Officer(s) responded to the 1200 block of 
South Ellsworth for a report of a person to 
be removed. 

On arrival officers spoke with the persons 
involved. It was determined to be a dispute 
over civil issue. One of the parties involved 
left the area without incident. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180082
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Recovered Property
200 BLOCK OF E SECOND ST 

Complainant: MARYANN GREIER

Complainant on station to turn in a set of 
keys found at the above stated location. 
Keys will be placed into this department's 
lost/found until claimed by the owner.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180083
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Person To Be Removed
182 WASHINGTON AVE

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a person to be 
removed. 

Upon arrival, the matter was found to be 
civil. While speaking with the involved, a 
female made threats of harming herself. 
Medical Personal was requested and the 
female was transported to Salem ER for an 
evaluation.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180086
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Ambulance Needed 
441 N LINCOLN AVE dwn

Officer(s) responded with the FD to the 400 
block of North Lincoln for a reported 
medical emergency. 

On arrival offices stood by while the FD and 
a ambulance crew attended to the person in 
question. Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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lncident #: 20180089
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV 
615 N UNION AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officer responded to the 600 block of N. 
Union Ave. for a report of a disabled 
vehicle. Officer stood by with the driver of 
the vehicle until AAA arrived and towed the 
vehicle.


Ptl Brooks


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lncident #: 20180091
Date: Friday, January 5,2018
Theft
 426 OHIO AVE 

Complainant: JILL ENTRIKIN

Officer responded to the 400 block of Ohio 
Ave. to take a report of a theft. The 
complainant advised officer that she had a 
package delivered on the 28th of Dec. and 
it was gone when she went to bring it in.



Ptl. J.Brook



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Incident #: 20180072
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Speak To Officer
345 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officer spoke with a male complainant who 
came on station to report possible illegal 
activity. Information was collected and 
officer cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180074
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Check Well Being
551 WASHINGTON AVE

Officers responded to 551 Washington Ave. 
to check the welfare of a three month old. 

Upon arrival, at the residence officer made 
contact with the home owners of the 
residence and they advised they were the 
only two at the residence and that there 
was no infant child at the residence. 
Officers checked the residence and found 
nobody else inside. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180075
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Animal Complaint
631 PROSPECT ST

Complainant: SUE DAVIDSON

Police responded to the 600 block of 
Prospect St for an animal complaint. The 
complainant advised a dog has been 
outside barking for some time. Officers 
drove through the area multiple times. The 
animal was unable to be heard or observed.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180076
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Suspicious Activity
840 W PERSHING ST 

Complainant: ROBERT HALL

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of 
W Pershing St in reference to suspicious 
activity. Complainant advised of a maroon 
vehicle parked in the parking lot of an 
apartment building with four male subjects 
inside.

Upon arrival, officers made contact with 
three males inside the vehicle. They 
advised that they were sitting in the vehicle 
because they were picking up one of the 
males from Dunkin Donuts to give him a 
ride home. 

Due to officers being familiar with one of the 
male's past drug history, officers asked for 
consent to search the vehicle.

The driver denied officers consent to search 
and officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180077
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
1144 E PERSHING ST

On 1/4/2017 officers responded to the 1100 
block of E Pershing in regards to a 
domestic dispute. 

Upon arrival officers spoke to both the 
female and male subjects involved in the 
incident. Upon speaking with the female 
half it was discovered that she had been 
pushed into a wall by her boyfriend and 
suffered a bump on the top of her head. 
The female subject then showed officers a 
hole in the wall where she claimed she hit 
with her head when her boyfriend pushed 
her.

Officers then spoke with the male half, 
Robert E Echols, in regards to the incident 
who continuously denied that he had a 
physical fight with the female half despite 
seeing the hole in the wall and being 
advised about the bump on the female's 
head. Officers then placed Echols under 
arrest for domestic violence and was then 
transported back to the police station for 
processing. 

Once everything was done at the station 
Echols was then transported to Columbiana 
County Jail and released over to the 
corrections officers custody.


Arrested: Robert E Echols
AGE 47
Address: 1144 E Pershing Salem OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence (ORC: 2919.25 
A)



Ptl. D. Miller



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lncident #: 20180078
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
1135 E PERSHING ST

Officer on patrol in the 1100 block of E 
State St observed a vehicle parked behind 
a business with the lights out and three 
females inside. 

Upon arrival, officer made contact and 
advised them of the complaint. The driver 
advised that she would move the vehicle to 
another location.

 After the three females were identified, 
officer cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180079
Date: Friday, January 5, 2018
Assist Perry Police

While in the 400 block of Benton Rd. officer 
observed a heated verbal domestic dispute 
outside a residence in Perry Twp. between 
a male and female. 

Officer made contact with the subjects, 
separated them and had dispatch notify a 
Perry Twp. Officer to respond. 

Upon arrival, of the Perry Twp. officer I 
stood by while he conducted an 
investigation and cleared a short time later 
without incident.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Friday, January 05, 2018
10:37 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180069
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Theft
616 E SEVENTH ST 


Complainant: JOSHUA REDMOND

Report of a theft at the above address. 
Upon arrival, complainant advised that 
someone had taken his dog (Miniature 
American Eskimo) from the back yard of his 
residence. Complainant called back later to 
advise that he found a note that the dog 
pound had came and took the animal.



Ptl Miller


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lncident #: 20180071
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Check Well Being
1600 BLOCK OF S LINCOLN A 

Complainant: CCSO, SHERIFFS 8473 
COUNTY HOME RD LISBON, OH 

Report of a check well being of a male 
subject in a vehicle (Blue Ford Focus) in the 
above area that had possibly overdosed. 
Upon arrival, this officer checked the area 
for several minutes and was unable to find 
the vehicle or the male subject.


Ptl Miller


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lncident #: 20180070
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
295 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Police responded to the 200 block of W. 
Pershing St for a 911 hang up. While 
speaking with the subject at the residence 
officers were advised that everything was 
fine. Once everything was observed to be 
normal officers cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20180067
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Check Well Being

Complainant: CLEVELAND CLINIC 
SECURITY

Report of a check well being of a female 
subject with suicidal thoughts at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the female 
subject and she did admit to have thoughts 
of ending her life. The F.D and KLG 
responded to the residence. The female 
subject was voluntarily transported to the 
Salem E.R. by KLG.


Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20180068
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Check Well Being
1390 S LINCOLN AVE 4

Report of a check well being of male 
subject that left his car running at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the male 
subject and he was ok. The male subject 
advised that do to the cold weather that he 
was warming up his car. Officers then 
cleared without incident.



Ptl Miller



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lncident #: 20180070
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
911 Hang-Up Call
295 W PERSHING ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Police responded to the 200 block of W. 
Pershing St for a 911 hang up. While 
speaking with the subject at the residence 
officers were advised that everything was 
fine. Once everything was observed to be 
normal officers cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180059
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
619 E PERRY ST

Complainant: Stacy Moore

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Perry St in reference to a suspicious vehicle 
report. Complainant advised of an unknown 
vehicle parked on the street for 
approximately 15 minutes with the lights on. 

Officer made contact with the subject who 
advised that his friend had went into his 
residence to get medicine and would be out 
shortly.

He advised that they would be leaving the 
area as soon as his friend returned. Officer 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180060
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Sex Offense 
339 NEWGARDEN AVE 

Complainant: ANOYMOUS

Officer responded to a residence in the 300 
block of Newgarden Ave. after an 
ANONYMOUS complainant called to report 
a possible sex offense involving a 14 year 
old juvenile and a 21 year old adult. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with the 
juvenile and the mother of the juvenile. 
They were advised of the complaint and the 
juvenile denied the allegations as well as 
the mother. Contact was also made with the 
21 year old adult, whom also resides in the 
residence. He was made aware of the 
complainant and he also denied the 
allegations. 

Nothing further at this time unless evidence 
of a crime arises.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180061
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Domestic In Progress

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to a report of a possible 
domestic called in by an ANONYMOUS 
complainant.

 Complainant advised the location to be in 
an alley that runs between and parallel to E. 
Euclid St. and E. Perry St. 

officers checked the only two parallel, alleys 
between E. Perry St. and E. Euclid St. and 
had negative contact.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180062
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Person To Be Removed
1621 SOUTHEAST BLVD

Complainant: DENISE TYSON

Officers responded to the 1600 block of S E 
Blvd at the request of the complainant to 
remove the subject from the residence. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she wanted 
the subject to leave because she was 
feeling emotional about their relationship. 
Officers also spoke with the subject, who 
resides at the residence. Officers advised 
the complainant of the residency laws in the 
State of Ohio and provided her with her 
options for handling the situation. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180063
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
PROSPECT 900 BLOCK A
PARK PLAYGROUND

On 1/3/18 officers observed a white in color 
sedan parked in Kelly Park after hours. 
Officers then called the vehicle out and 
attempted to make contact with any one in 
the vehicle. Upon inspecting the vehicle it 
was observed to be off, locked, and 
unoccupied. Officers then cleared with out 
incident.



-Ptl. D Miller



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Incident #: 20180064
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Combative Patient
1995 E STATE ST A
HOSPlTAL

Complainant: SRMC, 1995 E STATE ST

On 1/4/18 officers responded to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center in regards to a 
combative male patient.

Upon arrival officers met with staff who 
explained what was going on with the male 
and then lead officers to his room. Upon 
meeting with the male patient officers 
observed him to be irate, pacing back and 
forth, and nervous. After identifying the 
male subject, it was discovered that he had 
two active warrants out of Columbiana 
County.

Officers then asked for Columbiana County 
SO to start towards the hospital to take the 
wanted subject into their custody. Once the 
SO arrived and took custody of the subject 
all officers cleared without incident.



-Ptl. D. Miller



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Incident #: 20180065
Date: Thursday, January 4,2018
Loud Music (Residence)
2557 LEXINGTON AVE 

Report of loud music coming from an 
apartment at the above location. Officer 
responded and made contact with the 
subject, who was advised of the complaint. 
The music was turned down and officer 
cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Thursday, January 04, 2018
09:16 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180051
Accident No Injury Reported
HAWLEY AVE / E THIRD ST


Unit#l ,2015 CHEV SW GLD, Driver/Owner 
BONITA RHODES , ALLIANCE, OH

Unit#2 , 2017 CHEV 4s WHI, Driver 
MARCUS CRITTENDEN, Owner FRANZ 
SCOTT 


The driver of Unit#l was traveling eastbound 
on E. 3rd.St. and had slid through the stop 
sign and struck the side of Unit#2 who was 
traveling north on Hawley Ave. The driver of 
Unit#2 advised that they were traveling 
north on Hawley Ave. when the driver of 
Unit#1 failed to stop at the sign and struck 
his vehicle. 

Minor damage was observed to the front of 
Unit#l and moderate damage was observed 
to rear left door and tire of Unit#2 at the 
time of the accident.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180057
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Accident Private Property
950 W STATE ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Report of a possible private property 
accident at the above address. 

Upon arrival, it was found that a family in a 
Chevy Silverado HD was pulling out of the 
car wash and went of the small 
embankment and got stuck. The driver 
advised that a tow company was in route to 
help them out. 

Nothing else was needed and this officer 
cleared without incident.



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lncident #: 20180056
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Theft
624 CHERRY ST


Complainant: ASHLEY MCVAY

Officer responded to the above location and 
met with the complainant / victim who 
advised that persons unknown came onto 
her front porch and removed a package 
containing used 18 month old baby clothing 
that had been delivered by UPS that had 
been purchased on line.

The complainant / victim advised that she 
tracked the package and was advised that it 
had been delivered at 100hrs this date and 
she came home at 1200hrs this date finding 
the package gone.

There was foot prints to the east of the 
porch coming from behind the north side of 
the neighbors residence 632.

The foot prints were in the same steps like 
the person(s) were trying to keep them in 
the same tracks.

Officer did follow the tracks from the east 
side of the porch, north bound behind the 
neighbors then east bound, then down the 
east side of the neighbors south bound to 
the drive way were they stopped on dry 
pavement.

They did appear to head back to Cherry St 
south bound down the drive way.


Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180055
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Fight
789 W STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Police responded to Sunnys Buffet for a 
possible domestic. When officers arrived 
both parties were seperated.

Both parties advised the dispute was only 
verbal and neither had any physical injuries. 
Both parties seperated for the evening and 
officers cleared.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20180053
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Suspicious Person
8745 SALEM UNITY RD

Report of a male subject in a dark jacket, 
taking pictures at the rear of the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, this officer checked the area 
and was unable locate the male subject, the 
complainant requested an extra watch of 
the area.


Ptl Miller



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Incident #: 20180052
Date: Wednesday, January 3,2018
Shoplifter(s)
516 E STATE ST 
DISCOUNT STORE


Complainant: RACHAEL MACRY

Officer responded to the above location and 
talked with the complainant / manager who 
advised that at approximately 1119hrs a 
known female subject entered the business 
and removed an item from it's packaging 
and left the store with out paying for it.

The empty packaging was located on a 
shelf with other items in front of it.

The female had been in earlier in the 
morning and tried to purchase but was 
unable to.

In formation gathered and a packet was 
completed and sent to the prosecutors 
office for review on charges of theft.



Ptl. French



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lncident #: 20180050
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Loud Persons
646 VINE AVE 2

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officer responded to the 600 block of Vine 
Ave in regards to a loud persons complaint. 
Officer arrived on scene and made contact 
with the person in question who advised 
that the young juvenile he had been 
babysitting was running around playing and 
he was trying to get her to calm down. 

Officer advised the male subject of the 
complaint and cleared.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180049
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Crim Damage / Endangering
577 COLUMBIA ST D

Complainant: JOSHUA MONDAY

Officer responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia Street in regards to a criminal 
damaging report. 

Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the 
resident who advised that his door would 
not properly lock.

Officer did not observe any signs of recent 
damages and advised the complainant to 
contact his landlord to get the locks of the 
residence fixed.



Ptl C Walla



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lncident #: 20180048
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Drug / Narcotic Abuse
N ELLSWORTH AVE / E SIXTH STREET


Officer initiated a traffic stop in the 600 
block of N Ellsworth Ave. The driver and 
passengers were identified and removed 
from the vehicle. 

K9 Simon and Ptl. Garber were called to the 
scene to do an open air sniff of the vehicle. 
K9 Simon alerted to the odor of narcotics 
inside the vehicle. The male subject was 
patted down and was found to have 
possession of a drug abuse instrument. The 
male subject was taken into custody and 
transported to Salem Police Department. 

During the search of the vehicle, drugs 
were located inside the female passenger's 
purse. The female was taken into custody 
and also transported back to Salem Police 
Department. 

The driver of the vehicle was issued a 
verbal warning for a turn signal violation. 
Both the male and female taken into 
custody were processed and booked and 
then transported to Columbiana County Jail.


Arrested: Chase L. May
AGE 32
Address: 7194 State Route 9, Hanoverton, 
Ohio 44423
Charge: Possession of Drug Abuse 
Instrument ORC 2925.12


Arrested: Elizabeth D. Lowry
AGE 31
Address: 986 Salem Parkway, Salem, Ohio 
44460
Charge: Possession of Drugs ORC 2925.11 
(A)(C2a)



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180047
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Traffic Offense
150 BROOKLYN AVE 

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle in the 100 block of 
Brooklyn for an equipment violation. During 
the stop the K9 did indicate to narcotic odor. 

Nothing of significance was found and the 
driver was given a written warning for the 
violation.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180046
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Fire Alarm
800 PENNSYLVANIA AVE
FACTORY

Complainant: STATE ALARM, COMPANY 

Officers along with FD responded to the 
above location for a report of a fire alarm. 
Officers stood by until FD advised the 
building was okay for workers to re-enter.



Ptl. D. Young



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Incident #: 20180045
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Accident Hit / Skip 
2488 E STATE ST 
RESTAURANT

Officer responded to the Salem Police 
Department for a vehicle hit-skip accident 
that occurred in a parking lot.

The owner of the vehicle advised he noticed 
his vehicle had been struck when it was 
parked in a parking lot in the 2400 block of 
E State St.

 Pictures were taken of the damage to the 
vehicle and the owner was given a report 
number. Officer made contact with the 
manager of the business and he advised he 
would check video surveillance. This matter 
is currently under investigation.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 2018 0044
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Phone Or Internet Harassment 
354 E THIRD ST 

Complainant: REBECCA HARTLEY

On 01/02/2018 Officers responded to the 
300 block of E. Third St. for a telephone 
harassment report. Once on scene officers 
met with the complainant who stated that 
she was in an argument with the subject on 
Social media involving a deep freezer. She 
advised that the subject had already 
blocked her on social media prior to officers 
arriving.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180042
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Suspicious Activity

Officer observed suspicious activity in the 
200 block of Vine St. and an equipment 
violation on a vehicle. Officer stopped to 
talk with the occupants that gave 
inconsistent information and showed 
criminal indicators. 

K9 Simon was deployed and did alert to the 
presence of narcotic odor, however no 
narcotics were recovered. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180041
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Neighbor Dispute
561 E EIGHTH ST 

Complainant: DARYL RADCLIFF

On 1/2/2018 Officers met with the 
complainant over a neighbor dispute. The 
complainant stated that he did not want his 
neighbor on his property any more due to a 
civil matter taking place. Officer told the 
complainant that they would attempt to 
make contact with his neighbor. 

Contact was later made and the other 
neighbors were advised to cease contact 
with the complainant.



Ptl. Connolly



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Incident #: 20180039
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
B&E / Burglary Reported
124 E WILSON ST

Complainant: DAVID BARTON

On 1/2/2018 Officers were dispatched to 
the 100 block of E. Wilson Ave. for a theft 
report. When officers arrived on scene they 
me with the complainant who explained that 
while he was in the hospital someone had 
stolen money from his home. Officers 
documented damage done to his window 
screen and gathered all information 
needed.



Ptl Connolly



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lncident #: 20180038
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Assist Perry Police
MEADOW LN

While on patrol officer did observe a motor 
vehicle accident that occurred at Meadow 
Ln and Springdale. Officer did check on the 
subjects involved and found there to be no 
injuries. The accident did occur in Perry 
Township jurisdiction and Perry Township 
PD did respond to handle the accident. 
Officer cleared.


Ptl D Beeson



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Wednesday, January 03, 2018
08:57 AM -0500

lncident #: 20180020
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
771 E THIRD ST

Complainant: BRAND1 COOK

Officers responded to the 700 block of E 
Third St for a verbal dispute. The 
complainant advised that her daughter was 
at a friends residence and walked home 
and was crying. The juvenile stated that her 
friend's mother yelled at her and got into her 
face. The juvenile's father went to the 
residence to speak with the female subject 
about the incident. While speaking with the 
female subject the father was asked to 
leave the property and refused to do so. 

The male subject and the complainant were 
advised that it was a misunderstanding 
between the juvenile and the parent. They 
were also advised to leave the property to 
avoid further confrontation and both parties 
were advised to stay away from one 
another. The complainant and male subject 
left the residence prior to officers departure 
from the scene.



Ptl. E. Perry



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Incident #: 20180021
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Suspicious Activity

While on patrol officer did observe a 
suspicious vehicle in the 100 block of 
Washington Ave. Officer did check on the 
occupant who advised that he was there to 
pick up a friend. While present, the friend 
who was expecting a ride was found to be 
having a verbal dispute with occupants of a 
nearby residence. 

Officer was able to assist in the situation 
and officer cleared.



Ptl D Beeson



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Incident #: 20180022
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Unruly / Delinquent
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officers responded to the 1400 block of E 
State St for an delinquent juvenile. The 
complainant advised that the female 
juvenile had attempted to break a TV and 
had destroyed her room from throwing 
items. 

Due to officers being at the residence 
several hours prior and the juvenile was 
given a disorderly conduct warning; she 
was taken into custody for disorderly 
conduct. Several other juveniles inside the 
residence advised they witnessed the 
juvenile breaking items after getting into a 
verbal argument with another juvenile in the 
home. 

The juvenile was transported to Salem 
Police Department where she was 
processed and then transported to Tobin 
Center.



Ptl. E. Perry



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lncident #: 20180023
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Traffic Offense
E STATE ST / VlNE AVE

While on patrol officer did initiate a traffic 
stop with a vehicle for an equipment 
violation. During the stop the K9 did indicate 
to narcotic odor.

 Nothing of significance was located and the 
driver was given a verbal warning for the 
offense.



Ptl D Beeson



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lncident #: 20180024
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Traffic Offense
181 N HOWARD AVE



Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area 
of the above location for an equipment 
violation. The driver was given a verbal 
warning and did grant officers verbal 
consent to search the vehicle. A search was 
conducted and nothing illegal was located.


Ptl. D. Young



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lncident #: 20180025
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Warrant Arrest / Warrant Check
E STATE ST / N LUNDY AVE

Officer on patrol initiated a traffic stop with a 
vehicle for a moving violation on E State St 
near Lundy Ave. Upon further investigation 
it was found that the passenger of the 
vehicle had an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. Dispatch confirmed the 
warrant through CCSO and officers 
subsequently placed the female in custody.

The driver of the vehicle was given a verbal 
warning for illegal left hand turn. The 
passenger of the vehicle was then 
transported to the Salem Police Department 
for booking and processing and was then 
released to a Columbiana County Deputy.


Arrested: Elizabeth G Durick
AGE 37
Address: 135 Main St, Leetonia, Ohio, 
44431
Charge: Warrant Arrest- Failure to Appear



Ptl C Walla



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Incident #: 20180026
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Recovered Bicycle
SHARP 100 BLOCK

26" ROADMASTER 15 SPEED; DARK 
GREY

A bicycle was brought to the PD by a city 
employee. Bike was found under the 
overpass bridge. 

Owner can claim it at PD and with proof of 
ownership. 



Ptl.Banar



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lncident #: 20180027
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Debris In Roadway 
969 JONES DR

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to debris in the 
roadway. 

Upon arrival, a couple large boxes were 
observed in the yard. Perry Twp. was 
advised due to the debris being outside the 
city limits.



Sgt. K. Toy



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Incident #: 20180029
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Disabled / Stuck MV
NEWGARDEN AVE / RAILROAD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

Officers responded to a tractor trailer 
reportedly broke down on the rail road 
crossing at Newgarden Ave. Officers 
arrived to find the trailer just clear of the 
tracks and the driver had assistance on 
scene. Officers stood by for traffic control 
and assisted the driver before the vehicle 
was removed from the roadway.


Ptl. M. Garber



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lncident #: 20180032
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Recovered Bicycle
1423 S LUNDY AVE A 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER

A bike found in the Sparkle market was 
brought to the PD. Bike can be claimed by 
owner by proving ownership.


Banar901



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lncident #: 20180033
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Ambulance Needed
585 E EIGHTH ST


Salem PD responded to the 500 block of E 
8th St. to assist the Salem FD on a medical 
call. Officers stood by and cleared without 
incident.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Incident #: 20180034
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Neglect / Cruelty To Animal
268 ROSE AVE

Officer responded to a report of multiple 
cats outside a home continually. Officer 
responded and observed eight cats on the 
front porch area with one pet home with 
straw. No contact with resident.

A short time later officer observed a 
resident arrive home and I spoke with her. 
She stated none were actually hers and that 
people have abandoned them and they stay 
around the house. They have access to 
being under the porch to get warmth. She 
does attempt to provide some assistance to 
them. Officer to call humane officer.


Banar901



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Incident #: 20180035
Date: Tuesday, January 2,2018
Person Down
525 E SECOND ST A

Officers responded to a female subject that 
was in the 500 block of E 2nd St. sitting in a 
parking lot, refusing to get up. Officers 
arrived and summoned Salem FD and EMT 
Ambulance. The female was transported to 
SRMC ER for treatment and officers 
cleared.



Ptl. M. Garber



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Tuesday, January 02, 2018
08:05 AM -0500

Incident #: 20180014
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Drive Off
968 E STATE ST
GAS STATION

Complainant: SMITH OIL, GAS STATION 
968 E STATE ST SALEM, OH 44460

Officer(s) responded to the 900 block of 
East State St for a reported theft. 

On arrival officers spoke with the clerk on 
duty. The clerk stated that a unknown 
person in a red truck had pumped $15.00 in 
gas and then fled the area without 
rendering payment. 

Officers checked the area and were unable 
to locate the vehicle in question.

Officers cleared.


Ptl R Meister



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Incident #: 20180016
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Panic Alarm 
172 N MADISON AVE 

Complainant: ADT SECURITY, ALARM

Officers responded to the 100 block of N. 
Madison Ave. for a residential alarm. 
Officers spoke to the owner of the home 
who advised officers she hit the wrong 
button on the alarm remote.



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lncident #: 20180013
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Child / Juvenile Problem
1449 E STATE ST

Complainant: MARSHA CLEVELAND

Officer(s) responded to the 1400 block of 
East State St for a reported juvenile 
problem. The complainant stated that one 
of her foster children had left the residence 
without permission and that she was not 
dressed for the weather (only a light dress) 

Officers checked the area and located the 
female juvenile in the 1600 block of East 
Pershing St. Officers transported the 
juvenile back to her residence and advised 
her of the consequences of her actions. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180012
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Dog At Large
894 E FOURTH ST

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a dog at large. 

Upon arrival, the dog had departed the 
area. A short time later, dispatch advised 
the owner had located the dog.


Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180011
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Suspicious Vehicle
2388 E STATE ST
RESTAURANT

Complainant: DIANE MANNING,  LISBON, 
OH 44432 9432

Officer responded to the above location in 
reference to a suspicious vehicle. 
Complainant advised that the vehicle pulled 
into the parking lot behind , which she felt 
was odd. 

Officer made contact with the driver of the 
vehicle , who advised that he was bringing 
his fiance a coffee before work.



Ptl LaRosa



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lncident #: 20180010
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Animal Complaint
CAROLE DR / MERLE RD

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 1300 block of 
Merle for a reported animal complaint. The 
complainant stated that there was a dog 
tied up to vehicle in front of the residence. 

On arrival officers located the animal and 
made contact with its owner. The man 
stated that he was at the residence visiting 
and that he had just put the animal outside 
to use the bathroom. Officers advised the 
man of the complaint then cleared.



Ptl R Keister



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Incident #: 20180009
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
142 W THIRD ST

Officers responded to the above stated 
location in reference to a reported dispute. 

Upon arrival, officers made contact at the 
residence and believe the noise was 
subjects celebrating the holiday. Officers 
were unable to gather pertinent information 
due to a language barrier.


Sgt. K. Toy



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lncident #: 20180008
Date:Monday, January 1,2018
Animal Complaint
635 E SIXTH ST

Officer responded to the 600 block of E 
Sixth St for a report of a dog barking 
excessively. 

Officer parked in the area with the windows 
open for five minutes and did not hear any 
dogs barking during that time. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20180007
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Person With A Knife
182 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, CALLER 

Officers responded to the 100 block of 
Washington Ave in reference to a domestic 
violence incident involving a knife. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim, 
who advised that she and her boyfriend had 
gotten into a argument. She advised that 
while she was attempting to leave, her 
boyfriend attempted to keep her from 
leaving by making stabbing motions 
towards her body with a steak knife in hand 
and threatened to kill her. The suspect was 
subsequently arrested and transported to 
the police department for processing. He 
was later transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail. 

No injuries were reported and the victim 
denied medical attention.


Arrested: William M. Alesi III AGE 33
182 Washington Ave
Salem, OH 44460
Charge: Domestic Violence-F4 (ORC 
2919.25C)



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20180005
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Dispute (NO Threats/Violence)
490 E EUCLID ST

Officers responded to 490 E. Euclid St. for a 
dispute/person to be removed. 

Upon arrival, contact was made with an 
intoxicated female on the front porch of the 
residence. She advised that her family 
kicked her out of the residence approx. a 
half hour ago and that she was cold. She 
stated that she wanted her alcohol from 
inside the residence and she would leave. 

Pauls Cab was contacted to respond to the 
scene to transport the female to her 
residence in the 1000 block of Franklin Ave. 
The husband remained at the residence on 
E. Euclid St. for the evening due to not 
wanting to argue with his wife at their 
residence. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20180004
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Public Assist
300 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY


While inestigating an unrelated incident in 
the 300 block of S Broadway Ave a family 
requested assistance in getting themselves 
and their vehicle home due to the driver 
having become ill. Officers subsequently 
assisted the individuals in getting home 
safely to a nearby residence a few block 
away. 



Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20180003
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Domestic Dispute Report
387 S BROADWAY AVE

While on patrol in the 300 block of S. 
Broadway Ave. officer observed a male and 
female subject appear to be having an 
argument. Contact was made with both 
whom did confirm an argument but no 
physical violence. They were identified and 
sent on their way. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20180002
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Reckless Operator
2124 E STATE ST 

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, 
COMPLAINANT 

Officer was flagged down and advised that 
there was a reckless operator in the 
Walgreen's parking lot doing "donuts". 
Officers responded to the area but the 
vehicle was already gone.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20180001
Date: Monday, January 1,2018
Suspicious Person
565 COLUMBIA ST

Complainant: JORDAN SMELTZER

Officers responded to the 500 block of 
Columbia St in reference to a suspicious 
person report. Complainant advised that he 
observed a subject, who was short in 
stature and wearing a dark colored Carhart 
jacket, outside his residence. He advised 
that he saw the subject looking into the 
vehicles of the neighbors. 

Officers checked the area but were unable 
to locate anyone matching the description. 
Officers cleared.



Ptl. Cochran



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lncident #: 20179123
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Barking Dog
885 LIBERTY ST

Complainant: CYNTHIA CREER

Officers responded to 885 Liberty St. for a 
report of a barking dog, called in by the 
complainant Cynthia Creer.

Upon arrival, officers observed a boxer type 
dog tied up on a leash at the back of the 
residence. The dog was barking 
continuously. Officer attempted to make 
contact for several minutes at the front door 
and had negative contact. 

Upon further investigation the dog was 
found to not have shelter or food, but did 
have running water at the back of the 
residence. Officer did make contact with the 
brother of the resident and obtained phone 
number for him and his wife. Officer and 
dispatch attempted to make contact via 
phone with both phone numbers and had 
negative contact. 

Attempt was made to contact the City 
Humane Officer to come retrieve the dog 
and had negative contact. Officers were 
able to locate a sliding glass door unlocked 
at the back of the residence and was able 
to get the dog to go inside the residence 
with the leash still attached. 

Upon attempting to detach the leash from 
the dog, it bit Ptl. D. Miller on the right hand 
causing minor injury. The leash was left 
attached to the dog inside the residence. 

Officers did clear, however further follow up 
will be conducted and minor misdemeanor 
charges are pending.



Ptl. B. Smith



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lncident #: 20179121
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Suspicious Activity
VISITING NURSES LOT

Officers responded to the 700 block of E. 
3rd St. for a report of a male yelling, 
honking his horn, doing a tribal dance and 
cursing. 

Upon arrival, officer located the male 
preparing to leave in his vehicle through the 
Visiting Nurses parking lot. Officer stopped 
the male, made contact with him and 
advised him of the complaint. 

During the investigation, K9 Argo was 
deployed on the vehicle. K9 Argo did alert 
to the presence of narcotic odor. The male 
and the vehicle were searched and no 
contraband was located. 

The subject was advised to quiet down for 
the remainder of the evening. Officers 
cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith


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Incident #: 20179119
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Suspicious Activity
754 E THIRD ST

Officer responded to 746 E Third St for a 
report of a male individual being loud in the 
area. Officer made contact with the 
individual at the rear of his residence and 
observed the individual was carrying on and 
quite animated.

Officer spoke with the individual and noted 
his behavior was not out of the ordinary 
based on numerous prior contacts with him 
in the past. 

Officer requested the individual try to be a 
little less noisy outside to avoid disturbing 
other area residents. 


See also report #20179121


Sgt B Slider



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lncident #: 20179118
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Intoxicated Person
VINE AVE / E SIXTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS

Officers responded to the area of E. Sixth 
St. and Vine Ave. for a report of an 
intoxicated male and female walking in the 
area. The complainant advised that the 
female fell and that the male picked her up 
and was carrying her. 

Upon arrival, the entire area was checked 
and nobody was found. Officers cleared.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20179117
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Disabled / Stuck MV 

While on patrol officer observed a possible 
disabled vehicle in the 700 block of 
Highland Ave. Officer made contact with the 
occupants who affirmed the vehicle had 
sustained a flat tire. The occupants had 
already summoned AAA towing. 

Officer returned approximately 15 minutes 
later an observed AAA had arrived and 
were fixing the flat tire. 


Sgt B Slider



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Incident #: 20179116
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Parking Complaint / Violation
549 N ELLSWORTH AVE 

Police responded to the 500 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave for a vehicle in the roadway. 
When officers arrived the vehicle was in 
someone elses driveway and still part way 
into the road. 

Dispatch attempted to make contact with 
the owner. Davidsons towing arrived on 
scene and removed the vehicle.



Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20179115
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Animal Complaint
616 E SEVENTH ST

Complainant: ANONYMOUS, COMP 

Police responded to the 600 block of E. 7th 
St for an animal complaint. The complainant 
advised they were concerned about the dog 
being outside. The dog was checked and 
was observed to have food and shelter.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20179114
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Check Well Being
384 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: BRADLEY TUCK

Officer responded to 384 Washington Ave. 
to check the welfare of a female subject. 
The complainant, whom resides in England 
advised that he could not contact his 
mother via call or text. 

Upon arrival, officer attempted contact at 
the residence and had negative contact. 
The complainant advised his mother drives 
a red Chevy car, however the car was not at 
the residence and it appeared as if a 
vehicle had recently left the from the back 
of the residence. Officer cleared and 
checked back later and the vehicle was still 
not back. 

A while later the complainant called back 
and advised that he was finally able to 
reach his mother and nothing further was 
needed.



Ptl. B. Smith



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Incident #: 20179113
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Child / Juvenile Problem
2555 LEXINGTON AVE 19 

Complainant: LORRAINE UTER

Officer was dispatched to the 2500 block of 
Lexington Ave in reference to a juvenile 
problem.

 Complainant advised that her 17 year old 
son, who had just moved in with her from 
Indiana, had gotten upset with her and left 
the residence on foot. Complainant advised 
she was concerned because of the cold and 
the fact that he did not know where he was 
going in the Salem area. 

Officers checked the area, but the juvenile 
was located in the 100 block of Park Dr. He 
was afforded a voluntary transport home. 
Officers cleared.


Ptl. Cochran



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Incident #: 20179112
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Reckless Operator
231 W SIXTEENTH ST

Complainant: DANIEL SOULES

Police responded to the dead end of W. 
16th St for two SUVs driving recklessly. 

When officers arrived contact was made 
with the drivers and advised of the 
complainant. The drivers stated they were 
playing in the snow. The drivers were 
advised of the safety issue and sent on the 
way.


Ptl Osberg



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lncident #: 20179111
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Criminal Trespassing
931 NEWGARDEN AVE

Complainant: SUE BADDELEY

Officer responded to the 900 block of 
Newgarden Ave for a criminal trespass 
report. Complainant advised that she 
located footprints in the back yard of her 
residence, which came from a nearby field 
and led to her garage door. Complainant 
advised that she followed the footprints to a 
residence in the 800 block of Sharp Ave 
and questioned the female homeowner, 
who denied knowing anything about the 
incident. 

Officer also responded to the residence on 
Sharp Ave and spoke with both the male 
and female subject who live there. 
However, they denied walking through the 
field and onto the complainant's property. 
The garage was not reported to have been 
entered, nor was anything reported missing.


Ptl. Cochran



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Monday, January 01, 2018
09:34 AM -0500

Incident #: 20179098
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Accident No Injury Reported
SALEM PARKWAY

Unit 1- Operator- Elizabeth D. Lowry Owner 
LOWRY WILLIAM

4511.19Ala M1 Driving While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol and/or Drugs
4511.19Alh M1 Driving While Under the 
Influence of Alcohol/Drugs .17 of 1 gram or 
more by weight
4511.202 333.08 MM Failure to Maintain 
Reasonable Control of a MV on any street, 
highway, or property


While on patrol. this officer came across a 1 
car accident on Goshen Rd near the 
Industrial Park. Contact was made with the 
driver , Elizabeth D.Lowry , who had gone 
off the roadway to the left and went into a 
ditch. 

First Responders and KLG Ambulance 
were called to the scene but she had 
refused any treatment. After further 
investigation , it was determined that she 
had operated the vehicle while intoxicated. 

She was taken into custody and transported 
to the station for processing. She was later 
charged with OVI and Failure to Control and 
given a mandatory court date of 1-4-18 at 
8:30am. The vehicle was towed from the 
scene by AAA.


ARRESTED : Elizabeth D. Lowry, AGE 31, 
986 Salem Pkwy , Salem OH 44460



Ptl. S. LaRosa 




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lncident #: 20179112
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Reckless Operator 
231 W SIXTEENTH ST

Police responded to the dead end of W. 
16th St for two SUVs driving recklessly. 
When officers arrived contact was made 
with the drivers and advised of the 
complainant. The drivers stated they were 
playing in the snow. The drivers were 
advised of the safety issue and sent on the 
way.



Ptl Osberg



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Incident #: 20179105
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Dog At Large 
SOUTHEAST BLVD / TANGLEWOOD

Report of a dog at Large in the above area. 

Upon arrival, officers attempted several 
times to catch the dog but were 
unsuccessful and the Human Officer was 
notified.



Ptl.R.Miller



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lncident #: 20179107
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Fraud 
1834 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: PATRICIA DAVNER

The complainant contacted this department 
via telephone and advised that she lost her 
Bank card yesterday. She stated that she 
used the card at the Huntington bank 
located inside of Giant Eagle. The 
complainant thinks she either left the card in 
the machine or left it sitting at the register. 
Once she realized she lost the card, she 
contacted the bank to cancel it. 

The complainant advised that someone 
used the card yesterday at two locations 
prior to her cancelling it. Someone used the 
card at Giant Eagle in the amount of 
$158.41 and Pizza Hut for $32.98. 

The complainant requested a report for the 
bank. Officer will go to the locations the 
card was used to attempt to view video of 
the suspect(s).



Sgt. D. Green



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lncident #: 20179108
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Check Well Being
643 FRANKLIN AVE

Report of a check well being at the above 
address. 

Upon arrival, officers spoke with all parties 
involved and the situation had been 
resolved prior to officers arrival. They were 
advised that if there were any future 
problems to contact this department.


Ptl.R.Miller



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Incident #: 20179110
Date: Sunday, December 31,2017
Theft
182 WASHINGTON AVE

Complainant: AMBER MARALDO

Report of a theft at the above address. 

Upon arrival, the complainant advised a 
known male subject had taken her 
prescription medication that she just refilled. 
Complainant advised that she is missing 32 
pills and that the male subject had 
consumed 10 of them in front of her and 
would not tell her where the other pills were 
at. 

The male subject denied taking any pills but 
voluntarily went to the to the Salem E.R. via 
EMT due to smoking crack and other drugs.



Ptl.R.Miller



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lncident #: 20179104
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Curfew Violation
1112 CLEVELAND ST

Complainant: SHELDON BROWNFIELD

Officers responded to the 1100 block of 
Cleveland Ave in regards to possible 
intoxicated juveniles on the roadway 
standing next to a gold in color SUV. Upon 
officers arrival the complainant advised that 
the juveniles ran back inside of the house 
before officers arrival. Officers cleared 
without incident and continued to patrol the 
area in attempts to locate the juveniles, 
negative contact was made.



-Ptl. D Miller



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lncident #: 20179103
Date: Saturday, December 30,2017
Assist Other Agency
400 BLOCK OF S BROADWAY

Arrested: JOHN ATKINSON,  546 
FRANKLIN AVE SALEM, OH

Officer assisted an Ohio State Highway 
Patrol Trooper on a traffic stop in the 400 
block of S Broadway Ave.

Officer stood by while the Trooper 
administered field sobriety tests. The 
Trooper subsequently took the driver into 
custody and the driver was provided the 
opportunity to submit a breath a sample at 
Salem PD, which the driver refused. The 
Trooper served the individual his citations / 
paperwork and a family member 
subsequently responded to pick the 
individual up. 


Sgt B Slider



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