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Daily Happenings 8-14-20

Police reports

Steubenville police

Unmasked: An individual at the Trinity Medical Center Heart Center who refused to wear a mask also refused to leave the premises when asked, Wednesday. Upon arriving at the scene, police told the man since it was private property he would have to comply. The man decided to leave.

Aerial assault: A motorist said the driver of a burgundy-colored Ford Freestyle with temporary plates yelled at him and threw a Yeti cup at him on Linden Avenue, Wednesday.

Threats: A man in the 700 block of North Fourth Street said a female who blames him for the death of her cat was sending him harassing texts, Wednesday. He said the woman threatened to come to his home and damage his vehicle and property.

Toppled: A man in the 600 block of North Fifth Street who was bleeding from his head told police he fell of his porch, Wednesday.

Bad breakup: A woman in the 100 block of South Third Street said she was being harassed by her ex, Wednesday. When she told the man she was calling police, she claims he told her she “would end up in the river.”

Walk softly: Callers reported a man in the 500 block of Ohio Street swinging a big stick, Wednesday. Police were unable to locate the offender.

Walking wounded: A woman walking across Richland Street said a vehicle turning right on Sunset Boulevard brushed her and left the scene, Wednesday.

Code issues: Notices of violation were sent to owners of property at 639 N. Sixth St., litter and grass; 106 Brockton Road, litter; 141 Parkdale, grass; 2229 Sunset Boulevard, grass and weeds; 2331 Chestnut St., grass; 119 Wildon, weeds; 136 McDowell, grass; 1320 Pennsylvania Ave., weeds, and 4169 Sunset Boulevard, weeds.

Arrested: Tracy McGowan, 39, Apartment 1, 279 Cunningham Lane, Steubenville, possession of drugs, Wednesday. McGowan also was cited for driving under suspension.

Cited: Bethany Keister, 30, 4031 county Road 60, Bergholz, parking in a restricted area.

Toronto police

Arrested: Phillip James Lawson II, 35, 515 N. Fifth St., Toronto, domestic violence, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, Wednesday.

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