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POLICE CALLS



Published: Mon, June 10, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.

POLICE CALLS

A summary of police activity in these communities:

CANFIELD

May 25

Drug abuse: Police charged Richard Hall, 49, of 7815 Akron-Canfield Road, with possession of dangerous drugs and drug abuse after his arrest in the city.

May 26

Drug paraphernalia: Jena Christy, 2, of 40 Russo Lane, was arrested on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.

May 29

Warrant: Police arrested Lorraine Driskell, 49, of Paco, Fla., on a warrant out of Santa Rosa, Fla., for a probation violation.

May 30

Drug paraphernalia: Police charged Dean Fekete, 21, of 4356 Jarrell Court, with charges of possession of drug paraphernalia after his arrest in the city.

AUSTINTOWN

May 27

Assault: An assault was reported at Jeswald’s Towing, 6528 Mahoning Ave.

Burglary: Electronic equipment was stolen at a home in the 300 block of Idlewood Road.

Theft: An Xbox and a stereo equipment was stolen from a home in the 100 block of Russell Avenue.

Drug offense: Police issued a summons to Thomas McDonald, 26, of 582 Forest Ridge Drive, Boardman, for possession of marijuana.

Burglary: An air-conditioning unit and miscellaneous change was stolen from a home in the 3000 block of Idlewood Road.

Drug offense: Police issued a summons to Ashley Young, 19, of 1619 Florence Ave., Youngstown for possession of marijuana and a summons to Nicholas Molina, 24, of 4085 Stark Drive, Austintown, for possession of drug paraphernalia.

May 28

Warrant: Police arrested George Fill, 27, of 5462 Rockwell Road, Austintown, on a warrant for telecommunications harassment.

Drug offense: Police issued a summons to William Mayfield, 32, of Geneva, for possession of marijuana.

Criminal damaging: A window out of a vehicle in the 4000 block of Lanterman Road.

Criminal damaging: A lawn in the 1000 block of Cedarwood Drive.

Fraud: Unauthorized charges were made to an account at a home in the 4000 block of New Road.

Warrant: Police arrested George Terry, 54, of 2036 Logan Ave., Youngstown, on a warrant for failure to appear on a traffic charge.

Criminal damaging: A vehicle ran into a fence at a home in the 4000 block of Lanterman Road.

Unauthorized use: Police charged James Larosa, 33, of 3738 Riblett Road, with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Animal complaint: Police issued a summons to Julie Brauer,40, of 1055 S. Canfield-Niles Road, for failure to confine her dog.

May 29

Warrant: Police arrested Donny Holiday, 32, of 626 W. Park Ave., Warren, on a warrant for contempt of court.

Theft: A male took money for televisions but did not deliver them at Save-A-Lot, 1715 S. Raccoon Road.

Theft: Four suspects are involved in the theft of tools at Tractor Supply Co., 6225 Mahoning Ave.

Theft: A wallet was stolen by a male suspect at a home in the 30 block of Lexington Place.

Breaking and entering: A coin box on a washer was damaged during an attempted theft of the box at Meridian Services, 1192 N. Meridian Road.

Theft: Four wrench sets and an 80-gallon sprayer were stolen at Tractor Supply Co.

Aggravated menacing: A woman was threatened by a female at Bill’s Place, 4771 Mahoning Ave.

May 30

Burglary: An Xbox was taken from a home in the 200 block of Carnegie Avenue.

Theft: A debit card was taken and used at Walmart, 6001 Mahoning Ave.

Warrant: Police arrested Jarrod Makis, 25, of 693 Mahoning Ave., Warren, on a warrant for receiving stolen property.

Theft: Medication was taken from a home in the 6000 block of Kirk Road.

Fraud: Unauthorized charges were made to an account at a home in the 1000 block of Idaho Road.

Criminal damaging: A vehicle was damaged at a home in the 4000 block of Woodhurst Boulevard.

Menacing: A person was threatening employees at the Lane Administrative Offices, 5801 Mahoning Ave.

Warrant: Police arrested Jesse Durkin, 20, of 2052 S. Raccoon Road, No. 14, on a warrant for failure to appear on a traffic charge.

Criminal trespassing: Four juveniles were caught trespassing at Lynn Kirk Elementary School, 4211 Evelyn Road, and released to their parents’ custody.

Assault: A victim was assaulted by a suspect at Styx, 3680 S. Meridian Road.

May 31

Disorderly conduct: Police charged Nicholas Guro, 24, of 6834 Pineridge Court, No. 2, with disorderly conduct after his arrest in the township.

Warrant: Police arrested Carla Wiburn, 43, of 6418 Youngstown-Kingsville Road, Cortland, on two warrants for telecommunications harassment and criminal trespassing.

Criminal trespassing: Police charged Steve Sodomora, 54, of 5123 Oakcrest Drive, with criminal trespassing at the Lane offices.

Theft: Money was reported stolen at the Gateway office, 6000 Mahoning Ave.

Burglary: Money was taken from a home in the 4000 block of Norquest Boulevard.

Telecommunications harassment: A victim reported receiving harassing phone calls at Rainbow, 6000 Mahoning Ave.

Disorderly conduct: Police issued a summons to Katelyn Governall, 22, of 112 W.Warren Ave., Youngstown, for disorderly conduct.

June 1

Warrant: Police arrested Jerry Sharpin, 61, of 2811 Idlewood Ave., on a warrant for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Theft: Money was taken at Westgate Pizza, 4401 Mahoning Ave.

Drug offense: Police issued a summons to James Gadd, 25, of 2207 Innwood Drive, for possession of marijuana and arrested him on a warrant for menacing by stalking.

Drug offense: Police issued a summons to R. Curtis Kellogg, 41, of Ravenna, for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Warrant: Police arrested Samuel Pete, 27, of 710 Hayman Court, Youngstown, on a warrant for telecommunications harassment.

Theft: Several PlayStation games were stolen at Walmart.

Drug offense: Police issued a summons to Deanna Hoppa, 20, of 3980 Nassau Court, for marijuana paraphernalia and possession of a prescription sedative.

Disorderly conduct: Police charged Richard Pollock, 62, of 5512 London Drive, Austintown, with disorderly conduct.

Carrying concealed weapon: Police charged Jacob Hall, 21, of 2613 Rexford Road, Youngstown, with carrying a concealed weapon.

June 2

Drug offense: Police issued a summons to Basil Omar, 28, of 1976 Clermont Ave., Warren, for possession of marijuana.

Warrant: Police arresed Dawn Foster, 47, of Dayton on a warrant for failure to appear on a criminal trespassing charge.

Recovered property: A Direct Express Mastercard was found at Walmart.

Warrant: Police arrested Frank Swick, 32, of 462 S. Raccoon Road, Apt. C-1, on a warrant for failure to appear on a disorderly conduct charge.

Warrant: Police arrested Brian Heckman, 38, of 2231 Penny Lane, on a warrant for failure to appear on a traffic charge.

POLAND

May 28

Criminal damaging: A metal-gate lock and a cellphone were damaged in the 8500 block of Raintree Drive.

May 30

Animal complaint: Police received a complaint regarding a dog that was continually barking in the 2900 block of Heatherbrae Drive.

BOARDMAN

May 30

Theft: Two women left Famous Hair, 371 Boardman-Canfield Road, and failed to pay for $197 worth of services.

May 31

Theft: A Youngstown girl, 15, and a township girl, 16, were charged with stealing $253 worth of clothing from the JCPenney store in the Southern Park Mall.

Harassment: A Youngstown woman at a Sierra Madre Trail home discovered someone had placed personal information about her online without consent.

Criminal mischief: Someone in the 7700 block of Glenwood Avenue used green paint to write on a car.

Theft: Three men reportedly stole three eyeglass frames from Dr. Bloomberg’s Eye Clinic, 34 Boardman-Poland Road.

Arrest: A vehicle check in the 4000 block of South Avenue led to 20-year-old Jesse A. Durkin’s arrest. Durkin, of 2052 S. Raccoon Road, Austintown, was wanted on a charge of failure to appear in court.

Menacing: A resident at a South Avenue long-term care facility told police a family member of another patient has been harassing the accuser and following him around the facility.

Criminal damaging: A Youngstown man driving near Brookwood Road and Market Street reported an unknown object struck his vehicle. The damage estimate was $500.

Theft: A township man noticed his cellphone missing from a locker at a McClurg Road business.

Aggravated menacing: A man told officers an acquaintance threatened to harm him and damage his car during an argument at a Tiffany Boulevard restaurant.

Burglary: To a home in the 40 block of Indianola Road by unknown means. Stolen were an iPod device and an iPhone.

Theft: Police booked 22-year-old Katelyn A. Governale, 112 W. Warren Ave., Youngstown, after a bathing suit and assorted lotions were stolen from Kmart, 1209 Boardman-Poland Road.

Auto theft: Authorities picked up 24-year-old Nicholas J. Molina on a charge of receiving stolen property while conducting surveillance in the 90 block of Leighton Avenue and saying Molina, of 4085 Stark Drive, Austintown, was in a Ford Explorer determined to have been stolen in Youngstown.

Theft: Vickie L. Adkins, 57, of 520 Kenmore Ave., Youngstown, was charged in the theft of 11 DVDs from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive.

June 1

Drugs: Officers investigating a suspicious person in the 7200 block of Market Street charged Daniel J. Nicoara Jr. of 7420 Salinas Trail, Boardman, with one felony count of drug abuse after saying the 37-year-old Nicoara had a small quantity of suspected heroin in a cigarette pack.

Menacing: An Applecrest Court man said two men came to his door and asked for another person whom the accuser felt they wanted to harm.

Theft: Jennifer N. Zackasee, 30, was charged, accused of taking $75 worth of merchandise from Giant Eagle, 1201 Doral Drive. Zackasee, of 1741 Liberty Road, Youngstown, also was wanted on a probation-violation warrant.

Criminal damaging: A vehicle in the 6600 block of South Avenue was found with light scratches to its rear passenger side.

Theft: Two men and a woman reportedly stole two cellphones and a cellphone case from AT&T, 7125 Tiffany Blvd., costing the store $1,368.

Aggravated menacing: An Old Oxford Lane woman told officers her former boyfriend threatened to kill her after apparently becoming upset that she was dating another person.

Domestic violence: A township boy, 15, was charged with the crime after his mother alleged the teen had twice pushed her during an argument.

Theft: Coren L. Day-Smith, 18, of 3901 Esther Lane, Hermitage, Pa., faced a charge when accused of stealing two items from Fanzz, an apparel store in the Southern Park Mall.

Arrest: Suspicious activity near Montrose and Afton avenues caught the attention of police, who took 19-year-old Jacob L.A. Lindsey, 274 Afton, Boardman, into custody upon learning he was wanted on a probation-violation charge.

Theft: Authorities issued a summons against 21-year-old Anthony D. Hardy after saying Hardy, of 544 E. Avondale Ave., Youngstown, stole two MP3 players from Walmart.

Robbery: Michelle L. O’Donahue, 39, of 7165 Locust Ave., Boardman, and Daniel J. Tulli, 44, of 4637 Yarmouth Lane, Boardman, faced robbery and felony-theft charges, respectively, after $1,099 worth of clothing was stolen from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road. Also, a loss-prevention official alleged a van had nearly struck him as O’Donahue and Tulli fled.

Theft: A man in the 4400 block of Lockwood Boulevard reported a riding mower stolen from his driveway.

Criminal damaging: An Applecrest Court woman discovered someone had placed a large hair weave in her vehicle’s exhaust pipe.

Theft: A man and a woman in their 30s took 10 articles of clothing from Walmart.

June 2

Theft: An employee with an East Western Reserve Road business noticed his wallet missing while at work.


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