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Daily Happenings 9-19-20

Today’s birthdays

Sept. 19

Tricia N. DiThomas of East Liverpool.

Emma McFarland, Steubenville.

Sept. 20

Suzanne Albaugh, Steubenville.

Brandi Radvansky, Toronto.

Police reports

Steubenville police

Tipsy: Police said a man walking on North Seventh Street appeared to be highly intoxicated, Thursday. Ambulance personnel arrived on scene and transported him to Trinity West for medical assistance, they said.

Alarmed: An officer in the 200 block of North Seventh Street heard multiple gun shots in the vicinity of North Ninth Street, Thursday. No casings were located.

Picky: A woman in the 500 block of Lawson said someone rummaged through her vehicle, Wednesday. The only item taken was a cell phone charger, she said.

Smash and grab: A thief broke into two vehicles parked outside Planet Fitness and stole purses that women had left in them, Thursday. A witness said he saw a man behind one of the cars but assumed it was a prank, but called police when he saw the same man smash the window in another vehicle and grab a bag from inside before fleeing in another vehicle. One of the women reported her Kate Spade purse with matching wallet, keys, debit cards and $450 to $600 in cash was stolen, while the other said her debit cards, credit cards, and two epinephrine pens in her Guess purse were taken.

Assault: A woman assaulted in the 300 block of Woodlawn Road told police she has an order of protection against the man who did it, Thursday. The victim said she was at her mother’s when the man showed up. He refused to leave so she did, but he followed her into the street and tackled her. She said the man kicked her in the thigh and told her, “go ahead and call the cops now.”

Weirton police

Arrested: Cody Ryan White, Weston, W.Va., urinating in public, underage consumption, false identification, Sept. 3

Domestic violence/assault: Officers responded to a call that an individual was severely injured at an address on Weir Avenue, reporting the individual was uncooperative, Sept. 3

Arrested: John D. Clark, 4305 Brooke St., Weirton, fugitive from justice, Sept. 10

Jefferson County sheriff

Taken: A Cadiz resident said two people entered her home and broke a flat screen TV, kicked in a padlocked door and stole a change jar with upwards of $600 in bills and coins, Thursday.

Risky business: A caller reported an Amsterdam man was shooting across the railroad tracks into the woods, Thursday. The man was gone when deputies arrived, but his fiance said he was sighting an AR-15 and that they were “under the impression you could shoot guns on your backyard.” Deputies pointed out backyard target shooting must be done in a safe manner “and shooting into trees isn’t safe” since a ricocheting bullet could bounce off a tree into homes to the left or right of the target.

Reported: A caller reported hearing a shot fired in the vicinity of Front Street, Empire, Thursday. Deputies said nothing appeared out of the ordinary.

Arrested: Christopher Yanda, 26, 6 Morningside Drive, Wintersville, warrant for theft, Thursday.

Arrested: Joseph A. Irizarry, 39, 601 Two Ridge Road, failure to appear, Thursday.

Toronto police

Arrested: Elizabeth Keenan, 37, 1405 Madison Ave., Toronto, petit theft and possession of drug paraphernalia (pending), Tuesday.

Arrested: Wade Manns Jr., 26, 1417 Madison Ave., Toronto, domestic violence, criminal mischief and criminal trespass, Tuesday.

Arrested: Justin Michael Patterson, 21, 913 Benfield Ave., Toronto, failure to comply, criminal trespass and criminal mischief, Tuesday.

Kaberey Kron Harris, 47, 416 Grandview Ave., Steubenville, driving under suspension, Tuesday.

Charged: Angela Hoder, 44, 329 Township Road 303A, Bloomingdale, possession of drugs, Wednesday.

Wintersville police

Arrested: Constance O’brien, 59, 260 Patton Ave., Wintersville, petit theft, Monday.

Harrison County sheriff

Arrested: Donald Hamilton, 33, 521 S. Haynes Ave., Alliance, warrant for domestic violence, Thursday.

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