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Daily Happenings 11-23-20

Police reports

Jefferson County sheriff

Stolen: An intoxicated male told deputies his wife was stealing medication and selling it so she could buy methamphetamine, Thursday.

Family feud: A woman said she was punched in the face by her daughter’s boyfriend when she tried to visit her grandchildren, Thursday. She told deputies her daughter invited her to come inside, but her boyfriend was upset because she has a history of drug abuse. She claimed he screamed derogatory names at her and threatened to get a shotgun if he had to to keep her away. The boyfriend said she’d brought drugs into their home before when she lived with them and said she’d made hateful remarks to him. He admitted hitting her and threatening to get his shotgun.

Dispute: A couple staying in a camper on another individual’s property had to be separated by the homeowner following a disagreement, Thursday. The woman claimed her boyfriend had choked her, pulled her hair and jabbed her in the chest with a flashlight when they were arguing. The boyfriend said they’d been arguing about her using drugs and claimed he didn’t touch her, telling deputies he “only blocked her.” The man told deputies to check his girlfriend’s purse for drugs, but she claimed if there was contraband in it he’d put it there. Deputies said he had red marks on his face, while she had a mark on her throat.

Drive by: A Rayland woman taking county Road 2 to work said another driver deliberately broke her window, Thursday. The woman said someone driving what appeared to be a beige colored Cadillac reached out her window and something hit her window, breaking it. The woman said she wasn’t sure if an object or a bullet had done the damage.

Arrested: Michael Roy Cvengross, 35, and Jeri Ann Strain, 31, both of 225 Euclid St., Amsterdam, domestic violence, Thursday. Strain also was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Arrested: Christopher Alfred Ogden, 27, 2456 county Road 22A, Bloomingdale, domestic violence, Thursday.

Steubenville police

Angry: A man in the 400 block of Ross Street said his girlfriend was trying to bust out the windows in his truck, Thursday. He said she was upset with him because she found out he’d visited an ex-girlfriend recently.

One for the road: A woman in the 400 block of Union Avenue said a female she knows threw a Pepsi at her when she asked her to leave her home, Thursday. The woman said her guest had caused a disturbance and she wanted her gone. Police located the other woman who told them she “didn’t remember any disturbance,” but police told her she wasn’t welcome in the other woman’s home anymore.

Joke’s over: Police reclassified a vehicle initially listed as missing several weeks ago as stolen, Thursday. The owner had left the keys in the car while he went back inside his Euclid Avenue property to retrieve something, and when he came out the vehicle was gone. He said he’d told a homeless woman who needed help getting clothes for her child to wait by his car, but when he came back outside both the car and the woman were gone. He said he hasn’t seen or heard from her since the car turned up missing, and said she’s blocked his phone number.

It’s over: A man who’d been living with the mother of his child less than a week said they argued over her using drugs with strange men in front of their children, Thursday. The woman said he’d come to the residence calling her names and making accusations about drug use. She turned his possessions over to police.

Breaking: A juvenile was cited for a stop sign violation after running a stop sign at Hollywood and Sunset boulevards, almost hitting two cars, Thursday. Police said the youthful driver told them the brakes on the car were bad and they didn’t want to “jerk to a stop.”

Scared: A man reported being attacked by a vicious dog on Union Avenue at State Street, Thursday. Once on scene, officers said the man “clarified” his concerns, saying he was not attacked by the dog but had been scared by it. While speaking with him, police said the dog came back and “was not vicious nor did it pose a threat.”

Harassed: A Market Street resident said she’s being threatened by another woman, Thursday.

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