Police reprts

Steubenville

Arrested: George Featherman, 24, Apartment A, 725 Heritage Place, warrant charging endangering children, Tuesday.

Arrested: Christine Cervenak, 44, 416 S. Fifth St., bench warrant out of municipal court, Tuesday.

Arrested: Benjamin J. Gimes, 42, 252 Endeavor Drive, New Cumberland, possession of drug paraphernalia, Tuesday.

Cited: Truong Q. Nguyen, 44, 1335 Maryland Ave., no dog registration; Kristin L. Melton, 28, 709 Buena Vista Blvd., no dog registration; Marti M. Lower, 53, 141 Parkdale Road, no dog registration; Vanessa Dettorre, 46, 202 Rosslyn Blvd., speeding; Daniel L. Levite, 39, 714 Broadway Blvd., speeding; and Sandra L. Prayso, no age listed, 2514 Forest Court, speeding.

Theft: House entered in the 1500 block of Pennsylvania Avenue and shotgun, ammunition, stun gun and TV taken, Tuesday.

Charged: Ryan Gordon, 22, Apartment H7, 601 Two Ridge Road, Wintersville, bench warrant out of municipal court and wrongful entrustment, Tuesday.

Arrested: Deanna K. Martin, 33, 56 Princess St., Weirton, bench warrant out of municipal court, possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of hypodermic needle, Tuesday.

Theft: Vehicle with keys inside reported taken Tuesday evening in the 100 block of North Fourth Street.

Arrested: Michael King, 41, Newark, N.J., operating vehicle under the influence, Tuesday.

Jefferson County

sheriff

Arrested: Jeremy R. Korzendorfer, 24, Apartment K10, 601 Two Ridge Road, Wintersville, domestic violence and criminal trespass, today.

Arrested: Dylan Rhodes, 23, 9496 state Route 164, Amsterdam, brought to county jail by Ohio Adult Parole Authority on a parole violation, Tuesday.

Cross Creek Township

Arrested: Tracey Stowers, 21, 2894 Fernwood Road, Wintersville, domestic violence, Tuesday.

Brooke County sheriff

Arrested: Levi Thomas, 30, 819 Terika Drive, Follansbee, probation violation and fleeing on foot, Monday.

McDonald, Pa.

Theft: Tools were stolen from a vehicle parked on Outlook Avenue, McDonald, Feb. 17.

Theft: A Robinson Township business reported a fuel card was used to make an unauthorized purchase, Feb. 24.