Police reports

Steubenville police

Pushy: An Oak Grove resident told police two women showed up on his porch, demanding to enter his home, Saturday. He said one of the women pushed her way inside and yelled in his face, but he was able to get her out. Both women were gone when police arrived, along with a decorative bench that had been on the man’s front porch.

Down and out: An officer patrolling in the Lincoln Avenue area observed a vehicle parked in a grassy area with all four doors open and a man lying on his back in a muddy area, Saturday. The man initially wasn’t breathing, but prior to the ambulance arriving police said he awakened and was able to identify himself though he couldn’t tell them what he might have taken or why he was laying on the ground. Nothing illegal was located at the scene, police said.

Happy meal: Employees at a fast-food restaurant along Sunset Boulevard said a man who was upset with them for not wearing their face masks properly caused a disturbance but left before police arrived, Saturday.

Mourners: A downtown resident told police he was concerned people were pilfering the belongings of a recently deceased neighbor, Saturday.

Time flies: A man and woman parked near the ballfield at Jim Woods Park at 2:30 a.m. had to be reminded it closes at dusk, police said.

Robbed: The owner of a building on Ridge Avenue that’s being remodeled told police he must have left the door unlocked because someone entered his property earlier in the week and stole items belonging to him, Friday. An inventory is being done.

Ex-tinguished: A Tweed Avenue resident told police her ex tried to damage her current boyfriend’s car with some sort of tool while they were arguing about children they have in common, Friday.

Change of heart: Walmart employees reported a female skip-scanned merchandise valued at $154 but left the store without the merchandise, Friday. Employees allege the woman had purchased some items in another cart that a male who was with her pushed to the lot and loaded into a car, and said she paid for some items in the cart she left behind but they could not determine which ones.

Booked: Donald L. Eilander, 36, 516 Woodland Ave., Steubenville, probation violation, Friday; Demarques A. Meeks, 41, 1241 Tweed Ave., Steubenville, bench warrant, Friday; Alicia D. Rizzo, 35, 401 Labelle St., Lot 34, Brilliant, warrant for failure to appear and possession of drug paraphernalia, a “weed pen” and two crack pipes allegedly in her possession when she was taken into custody, Friday; Edward A. Davis, 63, 4758 State Route 152, Richmond, bench warrant out of District 2 County Court.

Served: Precious S. Houston, 32, 1619 State St., Steubenville, warrant for failure to appear, Friday. Houston came to the police station to be served.

Cited: Isabel M. Segoviano, 29, 1343 Oak Grove Ave., Steubenville, no operator’s license and a stop sign violation; Elijah D. Rose, 18, 14 Paul Ave., Wintersville, no operator’s license.

Booked: Alexis S. Shane, 24, 408 Grant St., Toronto, was charged with driving while intoxicated, failure to control a motor vehicle and possession of drugs after her car left the roadway and struck a vehicle parked in TEAM’s lot.

Booked: Daniel P. Gilmore, 68, 2536 Chestnut St., Steubenville, OVI and improper backing, Saturday. Gilmore allegedly backed his truck into a neighbor’s vehicle parked in front of his house; Alexandria Tomenski, 40, 1400 Euclid Ave., Steubenville, failure to appear, theft, Sunday.

Miscreants: Juveniles were reported throwing rocks at a window on Oxford Boulevard, Saturday.

Texts: A Hollywood Boulevard resident told police a neighbor started sending her harassing text messages after a client parked in front of his house while she picked up products she’d purchased, Saturday.

Jefferson County sheriff

Booked: Zachary Hartley, 20, 2048 County Road 17, Rayland, was charged with receiving stolen property, burglary and theft, Sunday, after allegedly stealing an Xbox S, Xbox Fusion controller, five video games and three DVDs from a friend’s home. The friend, who lives in Cross Creek township, claims Hartley had stayed at his home the night before and after he left he called to say he broke down needed assistance, deputies said. The homeowner said Hartley wasn’t where he said he’d be, and when he returned home, he realized his front door had been kicked in.

Trouble: Nude photos of a female student were allegedly sent by her ex-boyfriend to a classmate who said he immediately deleted them, April 22.

Booked: James Albert Ensell, 32, 151 Eileen St., Rayland, was booked on a domestic violence charge (pending), Friday. Family members alleged Ensell was throwing knives at them and walls inside the home, deputies said.

Time to go: A woman in Tiltonsville said her ex-boyfriend was creating a disturbance, harassing her and refusing to leave, Sunday. She said the man, who appeared intoxicated, had caused her problems earlier in the week.

Not worth it: An Island Creek township resident who recently split up from her boyfriend but still shares a residence with him told deputies he was demanding her friends leave before he arrived home, April 20. The man also called deputies, claiming his roommate’s friends were smoking crack. He told deputies they’d been in a relationship a few months but broke up because the female was acting differently toward him, but since she had nowhere to go, they agreed to split the rent.

Scammed: A Hammondsville man said he received a call from a man claiming to work for the Drug Enforcement Agency instructing him to withdraw money from his bank account then purchase gift cards and relay the card numbers to him, April 23. The man did as instructed, buying one card in the amount of $250. He said he learned he’d been scammed when he called Target to inquire about the balance and was told it was zero.

Booked: Angel Klein, 32, Wheeling, possession of drugs, possession of drug abuse instruments and escape, Saturday; Ashley N. Lightner, 34, 613 Grant St., McMechen, failure to appear, Saturday; William Hoover, 48, 323 Railroad St., Rayland, domestic violence, Saturday.

Toronto police

Booked: David Straka, 33, 713 Trenton St., Toronto, possession of a controlled substance and intoxication, Friday.

Ohio State Highway patrol

Booked: David Palmer, 45, 588 State Route 43, Lot 47, Richmond, driving under suspension, speeding and expired registration, Friday.


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