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Police reports

Police reports

Ohio Highway Patrol

Arrested: Brenda Green, 50, 150 Leonard Ave., Wintersville, operating a vehicle under the influence, two counts failure to appear and failure to comply, Thursday.

Arrested: Devin Brandon, 23, 255 S. 5th St., Steubenville, speed, falsification, driving under suspension and possession of marijuana, Friday.

Mingo Junction

Charged: Kevin L. Marques, 21, 211 Heiland Ave., Yorkville, possession of drug abuse instrument.

Cited: Walker R. Christian, 29, Mineral Wells, W.Va., speeding; Robert Z. Cross, 39, 602 Lincoln Ave., Mingo Junction, expired plates; Christopher M. Forrester, 39, 203 Benita Drive, Mingo Junction, speeding; Mary R. Garland, 51, 349 McLister Ave., Mingo Junction, illegal plates; Ruth A. Townsend, 85,120 Scharlotte Drive, Mingo Junction, speeding; and Anthony A. Ullom, 23, Martins Ferry, speeding.

Steubenville police

Arrested: Stephen Hopping, 51, Wheeling, petty theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and a warrant, Friday.

Arrested: Lenard Nice, 44, Glendale, W.Va., warrant, Friday.

Arrested: Arliena James, 43, Wheeling, petty theft, possession of a hypodermic needle and obstruction, Friday.

Arrested: Thomas E. Walenciej, 42, 1432 Oak Grove Ave., Steubenville, warrant for failure to appear out of Wayne County, Friday.

Cited: Robert L. Clements, 54, 905 Sherman Ave., Steubenville, speeding; Enice Boyd, no age listed, 1118 Maryland Ave., Steubenville, stop sign violation; Ronald May, 45, 249 N. Ninth St., Steubenville, passing on right; Amy M. Hayes, 33, 615 Carnegie St., Apt. 2, Steubenville, stop sign violation; and Waldo Sarjeant, 47, 1629 Ridge Ave., Steubenville, driving under suspension

Gunplay: A man told police he was meeting someone at Railroad and Garrett about a car for sale when another individual walked up and put a gun to his head, Friday. Victim said $186 in cash, bank cards and three car titles were taken. Police said witnesses told conflicting stories.

Reports: City police investigated reports of shots fired in the 1300 block of Oregon, Friday. After checking the area they said all appeared to be calm.

Opened: A rental mailbox in the 600 block of Lovers Lane was pried open, Friday. Complainant unsure if anything was taken.

Struck: A driver traveling too fast through the intersection of McKinley and Tweed avenues struck a parked car, Saturday. The unidentified driver fled on foot, police said.

Smashed: A resident in the 300 block of Summit Avenue told police someone smashed his windshield, Saturday.

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