Nov. 17

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Nov. 17

Arrest: Police arrested 32-year-old Jeremy Daviduk of Moherman Avenue, Youngstown, on a criminal-trespassing charge after an employee with the Pregnancy Help Center, 4845 Market St., said Daviduk was at the facility, which was in violation of a criminal-trespassing warning authorities had issued him earlier, a report showed.

Theft: Christopher M. Wade, 28, of Butler Avenue, New Castle, Pa., was charged with stealing $159 worth of merchandise from Macy’s in Southern Park Mall.

Drugs: Officers were dispatched to the Columbiana County jail to pick up 26-year-old Hollie C. Reese of Rubicon Street, East Liverpool, on charges of drug abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia. Authorities responded to a drug overdose July 28 at a Doral Drive big-box store, where they found her unconscious in a women’s restroom, a report stated.

Child endangerment: An officer who attended a truancy hearing regarding a Boardman Glenwood Junior High School student reported that the seventh-grade student had alleged his mother failed to seek medical attention for injuries he had sustained in a bicycle accident. A school official notified Mahoning County Children Services Board, a police report said.

Auto theft: A 2014 Ford Escape was stolen from a driveway in the 5200 block of Southern Boulevard.

Burglary: Took place at a home in the 1400 block of East Western Reserve Road, where a 40-inch flat-screen TV, two Xbox game consoles and other items were taken. The loss came to $2,250.

Theft: A woman noticed $10 missing from her vehicle at her Tam-o-Shanter Drive home.

Theft: Judith G. Douglas, 40, of Oakland Avenue, Youngstown, was taken into custody at Boardman Area Court on Market Street on a theft charge related to a Nov. 5 shoplifting situation at Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road, in which $268 worth of property was stolen.

Truck theft: A 2016 Chevrolet 2500 pickup truck was stolen in the 4700 block of Montrose Avenue.

Theft: A Euclid Boulevard woman discovered a wallet missing from her car.

Burglary: Police at Boardman Area Court booked 27-year-old Ryan M. Pezzuto on a burglary charge. Pezzuto, of Beechwood Drive, Girard, was accused of entering a woman’s Homestead Drive apartment Aug. 31, from which a 55-inch TV was taken.

Menacing: A woman who returned to her Southern Boulevard apartment told officers someone had left two notes on her building’s door, both of which were derogatory in nature.

Theft: A manager with Taco Bell, 940 Boardman-Poland Road, discovered an undisclosed amount of money was missing from a cash drawer.

Domestic violence: Officers at Boardman Area Court took custody of James D. Hall, who listed addresses on Applecrest Court in Boardman and Atlantic Street in Warren, and who was wanted on a charge of making domestic-violence threats. His former girlfriend, of Boardman, alleged the 24-year-old Hall had called last month threatening to shoot her and others in her apartment building.

Theft: Authorities at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital arrested Evan L. James, 31, of Squirrel Hill Drive, Boardman, on a theft charge after two articles of clothing were stolen Oct. 8 from Kohl’s.

Domestic violence: Alyssa M. Danzo, 19, of Ridgefield Avenue, Boardman, was charged with the crime after a family member alleged that during a fight with her brother, Danzo had punched his head and face.

Nov. 18

Theft: Two women and a man reportedly stole merchandise from Macy’s.

Theft: A worker for a Southern Park Mall clothing store reported her purse stolen while on break in the mall’s food court area.

Identity theft: A Walnut Street man found out his Social Security number had been used without authorization to obtain TV service at a Houston address. Also, he reported a collection agency was trying to collect a $1,663 past-due sum he didn’t owe.

Theft: A man reportedly tampered with and used a butter knife to pry open a coin machine at a Mathews Road laundry facility before removing an undisclosed amount of change.

Identity theft: A Mapleridge Drive woman and her son told police someone without permission used their personal information to buy a $12,000 motorcycle.

Attempted burglary: Two men reportedly had tried to enter a garage to a Palo Verde Drive residence before a neighbor saw one of the would-be burglars at the end of the driveway and he fled on foot.

Possible theft: A Girard woman noticed her wallet had been lost or stolen while she shopped at a business in the 400 block of Boardman-Poland Road.

Theft: A woman in her mid-30s reportedly stole $355 worth of merchandise, including clothing, from Pink by Victoria’s Secret in Southern Park Mall.

Nov. 19

Criminal damaging: Melissa L. Mills, 32, of Ash Street, Youngstown, faced a criminal-damaging charge after an officer working a security detail at Giant Eagle, 1201 Doral Drive, reported that while fleeing to a vehicle, she dropped and damaged two Christmas trees. During a traffic stop nearby, Mills admitted she had intended to steal the trees, authorities alleged.

Criminal mischief: A Warren woman reported that while driving on Tiffany Boulevard, a motorist tossed eggs at her car, then intentionally struck the rear of her vehicle at a nearby restaurant.

Forgery: A Boardman woman discovered someone had forged and cashed five of her checks totaling $135.

Assault: Authorities responded to St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital, where a man reported having been assaulted while celebrating his birthday at an Austintown night club. Nevertheless, the victim provided a confusing account of what had happened, police said.

Theft: Kimberly M. Slipski, 40, of Cumberland Avenue, Austintown, and 42-year-old James D. Ehrhart of Moyer Avenue, Boardman, were charged in the theft of two bags of candy from Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive.

Domestic violence: A Boardman boy, 15, was charged after his father alleged the teen had struck his face and kicked the accuser during an argument regarding the boy’s failure to follow household rules.

Theft: An Arden Boulevard man reported several bottles of medication had been removed from his vehicle.

Theft: Police in the 5200 block of Market Street took into custody 30-year-old Joseph J. Mihaly, who was wanted on a theft warrant. Mihaly, of Perry Street, Struthers, was accused of stealing a $100 pair of men’s shoes Sept. 6 from Kohl’s.

Overdose: Authorities responded to a woman who had reportedly suffered a drug overdose while at an Applewood Boulevard eatery. The victim was found in a restroom stall with a zipper case next to her that contained two used syringes, a spoon with burn marks, a bottle cap with cotton inside and a folded piece of paper with powder thought to be heroin, a report said. Also, the victim was given Naloxone, to block or reverse the effects of opioid use, then taken to St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital.

Theft: Thomas E. Eagen, 24, of Clarencedale Avenue, Youngstown, faced charges of theft and possession of criminal tools after a $16 Xbox game was stolen from Walmart. Also, a tool was used to cut the item’s bar codes, a report said.

Nov. 20

Harassment: Two workers with a Tiffany Boulevard motel reported a female caller had made inappropriate sexual comments to them.

Theft: A $600 computer that belongs to an Akron company was stolen from a work van in the 4000 block of Hopkins Road.

Identity theft: A Southern Boulevard woman said she had received a letter with two credit cards, neither of which she had applied for.

Nov. 21

Arrest: Justin M. Luzier, 27, who listed addresses on Hudson Avenue in Youngstown and West Liberty Street in Hubbard, surrendered on a township warrant charging him with a probation violation.

Theft: Two people reportedly stole $80 worth of children’s clothing from Gabriel Bros., 850 Boardman-Poland Road.

Burglary: Someone entered a mobile home in the 4000 block of South Avenue through a side door, then stole about $2,960 worth of electronics and clothing that included two computer tablets, a Bluetooth speaker and a pair of sweatpants.

Drug paraphernalia: A traffic stop in the 800 block of Indianola Road resulted in the arrest of 36-year-old Michael J. Daviduk of Liberty Street, Youngstown, who faced a charge of possessing drug paraphernalia. Two suspected crack-cocaine pipes were found, a report said.

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