Daily Happenings 10-22-20

Today’s birthdays

Marissa Jaskiewicz, Stow.

Scott Angalich, Wheeling.

Police reports

Steubenville police

Arrested: Andrew Snape, 21, 1341 Grant St., Weirton, domestic violence, Tuesday.

Arrested: Zachary Davidson, 29, 362 Maplewood Dr., Wintersville, public intoxication warrant, Tuesday.

Arrested: Michael Maher, 49, 3817 Grant St., Weirton, petty theft, pending, Tuesday. Maher allegedly was apprehended trying to leave a store with merchandise he hadn’t paid for. Store personnel told police they have video of him on three prior occasions. They allege nearly $2,100 in merchandise was taken, police said.

Arrested: Shaylene Rice, 30, 517 N. 3rd St., Toronto, failure to appear, Tuesday. Rice also was cited for no operator’s license.

Arrested: Jordan Stebbins, 33, 517 N. 3rd St., Toronto, possession of drugs, Tuesday.

Arrested: Chad Davis, 40, 6207 state Route 151, Mingo Junction, probation violation, Tuesday.

Arrested: Jayjuan A. Wise, 36, 156 N. Fifth St., Steubenville, possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest and a bench warrant, Monday.

Arrested: John L. Nation, 24, 3908 Adams St., Steubenville, failure to appear, Sunday.

Arrested: Christina Marie Mount, 43, 600 Garrett Ave., Steubenville, misdemeanor possession of drugs, Sunday. Police allege they found an alprazolam on the ground when she got out of a car they’d pulled over for a traffic violation, and when she was taken into custody admitted having more stuffed in a pocket.

Cited: Scott A. Stuck Jr., 27, 931 Euclid Ave., Toronto, assured clear distance and driving under suspension; Michael W. Rook, 18, 612 Lauretta Dr., Steubenville, failure to control; Cody Samuel Allison, 32, 101 Rainbow Dr., Wintersville, failure to control and driving under suspension. Allison allegedly told police he hydroplaned, striking a concrete stairwell.

Spray painted: Homophobic slurs were spray painted on a vehicle left in a parking lot in the 4000 block of Sunset Boulevard, Sunday. Police said windows were shattered and the inside of the Chevy Traverse damaged. The owner said she’d parked it in the 100 block of Kingston Saturday and it was still there when she checked on it Sunday, but by Monday someone had taken it.

Threats: A woman breaking up with her boyfriend of two-and-a-half years says he’s not taking their break-up well and is threatening her and her family, Tuesday. The woman said he’s become increasingly agitated and threatened to burn their house down, police said. On Tuesday she found a gas can on the porch.

Stranger danger: A man pumping gas at a station on North Seventh Street was struck by someone he knows who doesn’t like the people he associates with, Sunday. The man told police he was hit in the face at least twice and fell to the ground. He said his assailant may have brandished a gun, but he was dazed and couldn’t describe it. Police said the left side of the man’s face was slightly swollen.

Puzzling: An individual driving a white sedan managed to strike two vehicles parked in a driveway in the 1400 block of Wellesley Avenue, Tuesday. The driver fled the scene.

Headaches: Individuals in the 700 block of Market Street called in competing reports of harassment, Monday and Tuesday. Police labeled it an “ongoing issue.”

No admission: A woman in the 700 block of Oakmont said she chased a “highly intoxicated” male off her porch with a stick, Tuesday. The woman told police the man demanded to enter the residence, and when she refused to let him in he tried to hit her in the face.

Code issues: Notices of violation were sent to properties at 1309, 1311, 1419, 1432 and 1438 Arlington Ave., 617 N. Fifth St., 114 and 119 McDowell Ave., weeds; 703 Pine and 832 South St., litter; and 1343 Oak Grove (rear), litter and weeds.

Jefferson County sheriff

Overdose: A woman who overdosed on state Route 152, Richmond, told deputies she and a friend she met on Facebook purchased heroin in Steubenville, Sunday. The woman said she remembered shooting up but nothing else until she woke up while Richmond EMS was loading her into an ambulance, deputies said. Deputies said the woman was concerned about her companion, who left her in the car when she overdosed. Members of a local congregation found her and stayed with her until help arrived, deputies said.

Identified: Video surveillance caught a Wintersville resident illegally dumping lockers in a recycling container at the Wintersville Kroger location, Monday. The individual was identified from the footage, deputies said.

Families feuding: Vehicles were vandalized and trailers burned to the ground at a property on county Road 75, Bergholz, Friday. Two families both claim ownership of the property, though one insists she actually has the title and says the other individual threatened to burn the buildings if she didn’t leave his family alone.

Brazen: A grey 2004 F-150 crew cab was stolen from a residence on Indian Creek township Road 281, Steubenville, Monday. The vehicle was later located at the intersection of County Road 45 and Kings Drive, but was undriveable due to transmission issues.

Arrested: Devin Fetty, 20, 408 Highland Ave, Yorkville, violation of community control, Sunday.

Arrested: Kenneth Lucas, 32, 316 St. Clair Ave., Yorkville, parole violation, Friday.

Arrested: Christopher J. Yanda, 26, 6 Morningside Drive, Wintersville, theft of a firearm, Friday.

Arrested: Dylan Lewis Tittle, 27, 2074 County Road 2, Yorkville, failure to appear, Saturday.

Ohio State Highway Patrol

Arrested: Edward Jafrace, 52, no fixed address, Steubenville, possession of oxycontonin, operating a vehicle under the influence and fictitious plates, Friday.


Charged: Sabbath A. Tucker, 33, 525 North Fifth St., theft, Oct. 2.

Charged: Michael P. Barcus, 24, 809 Trenton Ave., driving under the influence, reckless operation and failure to control, Oct. 3.

Charged: Vance T. Lytle, 22, 1054 Adams St., theft, Oct. 15.

Charged: William S. Staffileno, 37, 603 Joseph Drive, Mingo Junction, domestic violence, Monday.

Cited: Gage Eden, 21, Pittsburgh, soliciting without a permit; Ashley M. Lindsay, 29, 806 Banfield Ave., open container; Jason M. Hayden, 41, 1324 Linden Ave., improper backing and expired operator’s license; Abigail L. Alderman, 26, 55 Prospect St., Irondale, improper backing; John T. Parks, 60, 187 Bowling Green Road, and Kevin D. Jarrett, 60, 501 Dresden Ave., both for failure to control; Paul E. Stackhouse, 34,704 North Third St., disorderly conduct; Janel E. Rushin,32, 704 North Third St., disorderly conduct and public intoxication; Joshua W. Beck, 30, Apartment A2, 1309 Franklin St., littering; Frederick J. Kirlik, 48, 44 Liberty Ave., public indecency; Wayne T. Peckens, 76, 1007 Biltmore Ave., failure to yield; and Tyrese Collins, 30, 609 Trenton St., dog at large.

Harrison County sheriff

Arrested: Christopher Daniska, 35, 41720 Runley Road East, Yorkville, theft (pending) and petit theft, Friday.


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