Nov. 7

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Nov. 7

Disorderly conduct: Ronald Suprynowicz, 44, of Forest Hill Drive, was issued a summons for disorderly conduct after police found him asleep on the ground at the entrance to the parking lot by the roadway at Marc’s, 4755 Mahoning Ave.

Drug offense: Alvin Flick, 34, of Lisbon Street, Canfield, was arrested for falsification and possessing drug-abuse instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia; and Danielle Evans, 52, of Rue Helena Road, Louisville, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, a charred spoon with residue and a shoe lace and drug-abuse instruments, a hypodermic needle.

Warrant: William Atkins, 34, of Forest Hill Drive was issued summonses on Austintown charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of dangerous ordnance – three molotov cocktails.

Theft: Annalyse Hall, 25, of Roy Street, Youngstown, was issued a summons accusing her of shoplifting $16.96 in hair dyes at Marc’s, and two failure to appear warrants for drug possession and possession of criminal tools.

ID theft: A loan was acquired in the victim’s name at a home in the 2000 block of Innwood Drive.

Theft: Money was taken from a purse at Giant Eagle, 5220 Mahoning Ave.

Criminal damaging: A vehicle window was broken out at a home in the 20 block of N. Wickliffe Circle.

Nov. 8

Domestic violence: Michael Riley, 38, Ayrshire Blvd., Youngstown, was arrested on a domestic-violence charge.

Drug offense: Jerry Granberry, 37, of Almyra Ave., Youngstown, was issued a summons for resisting arrest, tampering with evidence and possession of marijuana.

Nov. 9

Criminal damaging: A vehicle was keyed at Planet Fitness, 6000 Mahoning Ave.

Domestic violence: Linda Olsavsky, 49, of Tippecanoe Road, Canfield, was arrested on a domestic-violence charge, and Scott Norton, 56, of Holliday Drive, Berlin Center, also was arrested on a domestic-violence charge.

Theft: A crossbow and hunting equipment were stolen from an auto at a home in the 4000 block of Deer Creek Court.

Nov. 10

Warrant: Lydia Meissner, 21, of Maplecrest Drive was arrested on a warrant for assault.

Counterfeit currency: A counterfeit $100 bill was passed at O’Reilly Auto Parts, 5225 Mahoning Ave.

Counterfeit currency: A counterfeit $100 bill was passed at Auto Zone, 5430 Mahoning Ave.

Warrant: Darien Chaplin, 18, of Hayes Ave., McDonald, was arrested on a warrant for receiving stolen property.

Nov.11

Theft: Checks were stolen and a Cashnet PayDay account opened at a home in the 5000 block of Oakcrest Drive.

Counterfeit currency: Three $100 bills were passed at Marc’s.

Assault: A female versus female assault was reported at apartments in the 1000 block of Compass West.

Warrants: James Sheets, 30, of Midland Ave., Youngstown, was arrested on two warrants accusing theft, one for shoplifting $243.50 in merchandise at Marc’s, and the second for shoplifting $220.96 in merchandise at Giant Eagle, 5220 Mahoning Ave.

Domestic violence: Conflicting stories in a domestic-violence situation were reported at a home in the 200 block of S. Raccoon Road.

Nov. 12

Warrant: Marquale Jones, 25, of Haymaker St., Youngstown, was arrested on three warrants out of Youngstown for failure to appear on a charge of possession of drugs and two traffic violations.

Fraud: Fraudulent credit-card charges of $1,171.98 were reported at a home in the 5000 block of W. Rockwell Road.

Domestic violence: Katelyn Lofaro, 20, of Carnegie Avenue was arrested for domestic violence.

Nov. 13

Auto theft: A blue 2003 Pontiac Sunfire was stolen from a home in the 4000 block of N. Warwick Drive.

Theft: Money and a debit card were taken at a home in the 4000 block of Westchester Drive.

Aggravated burglary: Scott Dattilo, 33, of Bonnie Place, Youngstown, was arrested for aggravated burglary of $700, a gun and a cellphone at a home in the 3000 block of S. Raccoon Road.

Disorderly conduct: Michael Alford, 48, of S. Raccoon Road, was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

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