Daily Happenings 1-15-21
Ida F. Flenniken, East Springfield.
Down: Firefighters administered Narcan to resuscitate a man found unresponsive on the sidewalk on Carnegie Street at Maryland.
Photographed: A man shopping at Harbor Freight said a stranger in a silver Jeep pulled up Monday and took pictures of him and his family.
Wobbly: A caller reported an impaired female walking around the Kroger parking lot Monday, and officers said when they located her, the woman did seem impaired and had blood on her shirt. She told them she was pregnant and had been assaulted earlier in the day.
Wrong place: A woman headed north in the 600 block of Lawson Avenue said she slowed to make a right turn into an alley Monday when she was rear-ended by a maroon SUV that fled the scene. Police said the woman’s vehicle had a large dent in the rear of the vehicle, and the hit-and-run driver’s SUV would have heavy front-end damage.
Failure to appear: Jennifer S. Fletcher, 235 S. Eighth St., Steubenville, was issued a summons for failure to appear; Terald J. Herring, 44, no fixed address, was issued a summons for failure to appear.
In custody: Hakeem Herbert, 30, 1096 Claire Ave., Steubenville, was taken into custody Monday on an outstanding warrant for assault. Herbert was spotted crossing the street in the 1400 block of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Wrong place, wrong time: Otis E, Allen, 43, 318 Hill Ave., Steubenville, was issued a summons for criminal trespass Monday. Allen was allegedly spotted in the Kroger’s parking lot in violation of a lifetime ban, police said.
Arrested: Kathryn E. Dillon, 36, 1204 township Road 267, Amsterdam, taken into custody Monday on a probation violation.