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Police reports

Steubenville police

Arrested: Torie Felton-Elder, 28, 1096 Clair Ave., Steubenville, bond revoked, Thursday. Elder allegedly was involved in a drug offense.

Arrested: Kristina Kinest, 39, 14 Paul Ave., Steubenville, petit theft, Thursday.

Arrested: Guy V. Thomas, 29, 2729 Hollywood Blvd., Steubenville, failure to appear, Thursday.

Arrested: Harry Irvin, 56, 732 N. Sixth St., Steubenville, criminal mischief and criminal trespass, Friday.

Stranger danger: A woman in the 1400 block of Oak Grove Avenue said she was awakened by a noise in time to see a man’s arm reaching through the doorway of her bedroom, Friday. The woman told police she called out to family members to assist and chased the man downstairs, where she and another adult witnessed him escaping on foot through the front door.

Fast food: Callers reported two men fighting over their place in the drive-through at an eatery on Sunset Boulevard, Thursday. Both men left before police arrived.

Repetition: An individual called 911 three times in 20 minutes, behaving bizarrely and “yelling and screaming,” Thursday. After the third response the person was transported to Trinity West for evaluation.

Noticed: Owners of properties at 1807 Oregon, 1340 Oregon and 1237 Oak Grove were notified of weed and grass violations, Thursday

Unhappy: A customer trying to return a cell phone accessory became enraged when a sales clerk refused to accept it, Thursday. The customer used profanity and told the employees they “would be sorry if she returned to the store,” police reported.

Entered: Someone tried to break into a residence on Oxford Boulevard, Thursday. Police said a glass storm door and glass in an interior door was shattered, but nothing appeared to be missing. Blood was recovered at the scene.

Theft: The occupant of a residence in the 1300 block of Maryland Avenue told police he returned home to find his door open and his home trashed, Thursday. The victim said two smart TVs, a Playstation 4 and cash were taken from the home. There was no sign of forced entry, police said.

Congregating: A caller reported seeing a group of juveniles trying to get into a church on Woodlawn Road, Thursday.

Family: A woman said an individual related to her threw a candle at her and slapped her face when he found out she’d allowed two people into her home who he said owed him money, Thursday.

Jefferson County sheriff

Entered: The rear window of a cabin in the Irondale area was pryed open, Thursday. Nothing was reported missing.

Bothersome: An intoxicated man reportedly was harassing customers of a pizza shop in Yorkville, Thursday. The man told deputies he was revisiting his youth.

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