Daily Happenings 6-22-20
John Batcho, Toronto.
John Fabian, Mingo Junction.
Tracy Ziarko, Steubenville.
Matthew Radvansky Jr., Toronto.
Malynda Barker, Steubenville.
Abbi Talbott, Toronto.
Fake: Two counterfeit $50 bills were passed at a North Seventh Street business, Friday.
Disturbance: Maryland Avenue residents reported a woman in the street, screaming and banging her head on cars, Friday. Police said the woman appeared to be under the influence of drugs, and when questioned told them she’d been up for four days after using heroin, methamphetamine and crack cocaine. The woman was taken to Trinity Medical Center West for treatment.
Bumped: A girl was knocked off her bike at the intersection of Sunset and Braybarton, Friday. The driver stopped, police said.
Stolen: Three rolls of laminate flooring and several rolls of carpeting were reported stolen from a residence in the 1300 block of Ridge Avenue, Friday. Entry was gained through a side basement window.
Poisoning: A man working on a family member’s vehicle said he accidentally ingested antifreeze when the radiator leaked, Saturday.
Fighting: A woman told police her boyfriend shoved her and took her cellphone following a confrontation in the 3900 block of Sunset Boulevard that turned physical, Saturday. The man denied striking her, telling police the woman became confrontational when he arrived at the house and repeatedly pushed him.
Caught: Two white men in a Ford Ranger stole scrap metal from a business on Sunset Bouelvard, Saturday. The manager spotted the men with a truck load of scrap metal and, learning they didn’t have the owner’s permission, he told them they’d have to unload the truck. When he went inside to grab a piece of paper to write their license plate number down, the business man said the pair left with the truck still loaded. Police caught up with the men a short time later at the scrap yard and told the men to return the stolen materials.
Harassment: A woman told police her daughter is being harassed by members of her ex’s family, Saturday.
Drunk: Customers of a store selling liquor told police an already intoxicated man was trying to buy more, Saturday. Police walked the man to his car to ensure he had a ride home and told him not to return to the business until he was sober.
Mistake: A Chicago woman who rented a car for a trip to Steubenville let a friend she’d brought with her take the car, then found out she’d let an unknown male drive it, Sunday. When she asked for the keys back, the woman said a male with her friend threatened her.
Forced entry: A resident in the 1500 block of Euclid told police his ex-girlfriend kicked in his screen door and let herself into his apartment, Saturday.
Struck by vehicle: Two individuals in a downtown parking lot were struck by a driver who pulled out of a parking space and was traveling too fast, Saturday. One of the pedestrians was taken to Trinity West for treatment.
Cited: Brenda L. Worstell, 127 Bartleyville Road, Burgettstown, driving under suspension and expired registration.
Arrested: William L. King, 37, 2612 Sunset Blvd., Steubenville, fugitive from justice warrant from New Jersey, Saturday.
Arrested: Rikki D. Sanders, 34, 47 Township Road 311, Amsterdam, petty theft, Saturday. Sanders allegedly left a Fort Steuben Mall store with merchandise valued at $100 without paying.
Arrested: Steven Brozka, 35, 997 Efts Lane, Wintersville, petty theft, Saturday. Police alleged surveillance footage showed Bozka skip-scanning items valued at nearly $130.
Arrested: Timothy Lewis, 18, 815 N. Sixth St., Apt. 405, Steubenville, falsification, Sunday.