Jefferson County sheriff
Marked up: A Bloomingdale resident found more graffiti on his truck, Tuesday. This time, the vandal left a series of vulgar messages and a sexually explicit drawing on the vehicle. Deputies said a similar vandalism occurred March 2. The man believes an ex-girlfriend is behind the damage.
Booked: Vance Travis Lytle, 23, 1054 Adams St., Steubenville, warrant for failure to appear out of Steubenville Municipal Court, Tuesday. Lytle also was cited for driving under suspension.
Big talk: The manager of a Steubenville apartment complex told police a tenant she’s in the process of evicting left her a hand-written letter saying he’ll begin legal action against her if she proceeds with the eviction and claimed “he knows people” and will get them involved, Tuesday.
Curious: Police responded to reports of a male walking in the roadway at North Seventh and Logan streets, Tuesday. They said when they arrived on scene, the male was jumping in the roadway. sweating profusely and, based on his behavior, believed he was under the influence of some sort of drug. He couldn’t tell them the year or who is president. He was taken to Trinity for observation.
Punched: A woman in the 400 block of South Fifth Street said a male known to her struck her on the side of the face and she could not hear well, Tuesday. She was treated at the scene but didn’t want to go to the hospital or pursue charges.
Served: Daniel Adams, 25, 2628 Chestnut St., Steubenville, was cited for parking in front of a driveway, Tuesday. Police said when he came on station to find out why his vehicle had been towed, they discovered he had an outstanding warrant and served him with a bench warrant for failure to appear.
Overdid it: Police were asked to remove an intoxicated male from Walmart, Tuesday. Police allege the man’s speech was slurred, he had difficulty standing and his pants were falling down to his knees, and said he had two bottles of vodka in his possession.
Down time: A caller reported a man lying in the street in the 600 block of Grandview Avenue, Tuesday. When police arrived on scene the man was leaning against a pole in the alleyway behind Claire Avenue and told them he was walking home but decided to take a break. He admitted he’d been in the street earlier but said he didn’t need medical attention.
Argument: A Woodlawn Road resident said her boyfriend woke her up when he came home, Tuesday, sparking an argument. She told police he pushed her and she fell to the floor, but officers did not observe any visible injuries. She didn’t want to pursue charges but did want him to leave for the evening.
Noisy: Callers reported a disturbance in the 1600 block of Ridge Avenue, Tuesday. The two women making the noise advised it was a family argument.
Stop or go: Timthy L. Schill Jr., 30, 8675 State Route 250, Dennison, was cited for a red-light violation after a two-car accident Monday at University Boulevard and State Route 7. Schill told police he was southbound on State Route 7 when he saw the green turning arrows for the University Boulevard exit and proceeded through the intersection, not realizing he had a red light.
Kid games: Juveniles playing tag in the 1300 block of Wellesley Avenue complained to police one of the participants was hitting players on the shoulder with bricks when he tagged them, Monday. The “it” player denied hitting anyone with bricks but said he did throw some.
Harassed: A resident of Oakland Way said a woman harassed her, Monday. She told police it’s been going on for six months, but on Monday the other woman accused her of trying to hit her car and wanted to fight.
Loud: Callers reported a woman in the front yard of a building in the 1400 block of Oregon yelling, Monday. No one was outside when police arrived on scene but a woman who came to the door said she had been upset but was OK.
Code issues: Notices of violation were sent to owners of properties at 719 Woodlawn Road, high grass; 3219 Sunset Blvd., weeds; 1507 Foster Place, Steubenville, high grass; 102 Foster Place, high grass; 2629 Hollywood Blvd., high grass; 1317 Plum St., high grass; 1116 Hillary Square, high grass; 2605 Hollywood Blvd., igh grass; lot at the corner of Stratford Boulevard and Valleview, high grass; 4001 Stratford Blvd, high grass; 4009 Stratford Blvd., high grass.
Cited: Norman D. Brown, 43, 361 Summit Ave., Steubenville, driving under suspension and one brake light; Tor L. Hill, 55, 407 Wigal St., Parkersburg, WV, open container; Jay R. Blair, 58, 414 N. Sixth Ave., Steubenville, intoxication; Robert H. Monigold, 32, 431 Union Ave., Steubenville, failure to yield left turn; Terry L. Byers, 216 WInters Dr., Wintersville, changing without caution following a two car accident in the 300 block of John Scott Highway, no injuries; Johnathan G. Williams, 32, 736 Rosswell Ave., Steubenville, no operator’s license and failure to signal a turn; Jonathan E. Harton, 36, 715 Pierce Ave., Toronto, failure to appear; Anthony James Mickey, 30, 333 County Road 47, Toronto, failure to signal a turn; A semi parked in the 1200 block of Ridge Avenue was ticketed for parking a commercial vehicle; A black Jeep Grand Cherokee parked in front of a ‘no parking’ sign in the 1300 block of Park Street was ticketed for prohibited parking areas.
Pair booked: Patrick J. Allen, 30, 1432 Maryland Ave., Steubenville, was charged with possession of drugs and falsification, Tuesday. Allen also was served with a warrant out of Belmont County for failure to appear and cited for driving under suspension, no seatbelt, no headlights and open container. His passenger, Candace Gampolo, 31, also was charged with two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Booked: Robert P. Turner, 32, 517 Grandview Ave., Steubenville, charged with criminal mischief, obstructing official business and resisting arrest, Tuesday; Dallas Fleshman, 27, 730 Rosswell Ave., Steubenville, charged with resisting arrest and obstructing official business, Tuesday; Breonna Williams, 29, 3306 Orchard St., Weirton, failure to appear, Tuesday; Daniel Adams, 2628 Chestnut St., Steubenville, failure to appear, Tuesday.
Vandalized: The rear window of vehicle parked in the 4000 block of Sunset Boulevard was broken, Tuesday; Someone backed into a parked car in the 500 block of Grandview Avenue, Tuesday.