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Police reports

Steubenville police

So grown up: A man argued with his girlfriend and ended up shattering a few picture frames, punching a hole in a door, kicking a hole in a wall and damaging the dishwasher before storming out, Wednesday. Police said he grabbed his girlfriend’s house keys, car keys and wallet before he left.

Cited: Elizabeth R. Warrick, 43, 2811 Sunset Blvd., Steubenville, was cited for dog at large, Wednesday, after her dog got out loose and allegedly attacked a woman and her daughter who were walking by. A witness told police he let them shelter in his car, which had a bloodied floorboard on the passenger side. Police said the woman, who was hospitalized, had what appeared to be a large puncture and teeth marks on her left leg and also appeared to have been bitten in the buttocks.

Nature lover: A man sitting on the roof of his vehicle at Beatty Park told police he was “just enjoying the park and praying” when they checked on him, Wednesday. Police told the man he was drawing unwanted attention by sitting on his vehicle, so the man told them he would change the way he enjoys the park.

Down and out: A man stumbling in the 600 block of North Sixth St. told police he was trying to reach a family member for a ride home, Wednesday. Police said the man was unsteady and appeared to be under the influence of drugs. The man told police he hadn’t slept in three days and had taken 10 Xanax bars earlier in the day. He refused medical attention, they said.

Missing: A pharmacy told a woman who couldn’t find her daughter’s Vyvanse refill that the prescription was handed to two people at her residence, Wednesday. The woman said the couple was babysitting.

Skipped: A man in the 500 block of Linden Avenue told police someone hit his wife’s rental car and left scene, Wednesday. Police said they didn’t find debris from either vehicle on the roadway.

Neighborly: A Wellesley Avenue resident said a neighbor let a dog out of her fenced-in yard, unleashed, while a group were playing, Wednesday. The dog’s owner denied the dog being off its leash, and the caller said no one was injured, just scared.

Booked: Sincere Herring, 21, 210 Richland Ave., Steubenville, was charged with falsification Wednesday after he allegedly gave police someone else’s name during a traffic stop, Wednesday. Police said Herring confessed the deception when they advised him they were taking him into custody on an open warrant out of Belmont County for the man whose name he’d used.

Big hit: A juvenile told police he was walking in the 1400 block of Maryland Avenue when a male got out of his car and punched him in the face, then left the area, Wednesday.

Booked: Ciara B. Hawkins, 26, 732 N. 6th St., Steubenville, possession of drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, and bench warrant for failure to appear, Wednesday; Jamie Smearman, 32, 419 Darlington Road, Steubenville, failure to appear.

Cited: John Allen Levy, 26, 929 Main St., Follansbee, lane change violation; Tracee DeCesare, 47, 326 Patton Ave., Steubenville, failure to signal; Courtney Pipo, 18, 816 N. 6th St., Steubenville, speeding.

Code issues: Notices of violation were sent to the owners of property at 998 McKinley Ave., discarded household items and garbage bags, and 411 Henry Ave., litter.

Served: Allison N. McEwen, 22, 2386 Township Road 256, Toronto, bench warrant.

Jefferson County sheriff

Booked: James W. Scott, 61, 3010 Johnson Road Apt. 323, Steubenville, parole violation, Wednesday.

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