A summary of recent criminal activity in Hubbard, Liberty and Girard:
Theft: Robert J. Campbell, 42, of Woodland Avenue, Hubbard, faced a felony-theft charge after $830 worth of Ohio Lottery scratch-off tickets was stolen from Hubbard Party Shop, 845 N. Main St.
Arrest: Police responded to a report of an erratic driver on state Route 304 before charging Anthony J. Zingaro, 31, with operating a vehicle impaired. Zingaro, of Enon Valley, Pa., had a 0.377 blood-alcohol content, which is more than four times Ohio’s 0.08 legal intoxication limit, a report showed.
Theft: A man reportedly stole then returned $24 worth of merchandise to Dollar General, 886 W. Liberty St.
Arrest: After pulling him over on South Main Street, officers took Sharid B. Hall of Doris Drive, Hubbard, into custody. Hall, 33, was wanted on a warrant charging him with failing to comply with a court order.
Citation: Officers answered a complaint about someone tossing firecrackers from a second-floor window before citing Bradley A. Duncan, 33, of North Main Street, Hubbard, on a disorderly-conduct charge. Duncan admitted having thrown the firecrackers at juveniles to scare them into leaving the area, authorities said.
Arrests: After responding to a complaint about someone having broken a car window while at a Belmont Avenue motel, police arrested Teanisha S. Mitchell, 38, of Sherman Drive, Sharon, Pa., and Jai B. Price, 41, of Norwood Avenue, Youngstown. Both were wanted on warrants.
Drugs: During a traffic stop on Cardinal Drive, police took into custody Quintasja Z. Evans Jones, 22, of Fairmont Avenue, Youngstown, on a drug-abuse charge after saying she had a small bag of suspected marijuana. Also, Sean A. Burnett, 23, of Harold Lane, Campbell, was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Arrest: Authorities responded to a report of someone slumped in a car near Warner Road, where they charged Scott M. Schwind, 37, of Pemberville, Ohio, with operating a vehicle impaired after an officer said he believed Schwind was under the influence of drugs. Schwind was given several doses of naloxone to block or reverse the effects of opioids before being taken to St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital, a report stated.
Arrest: A traffic stop near Hadley Avenue resulted in the arrest of Michelle C. Walker of Green Acres Drive, Liberty. Walker, 44, was wanted on a warrant charging failure to appear in court.
Assault: An official with Belmont Pines Hospital, 615 Church Hill-Hubbard Road, alleged a 14-year-old girl had punched another client five times in the face as she slept. The victim suffered a broken nose.
Aggravated menacing: A man alleged a Cortland woman had attempted to hit him with her vehicle during an argument between them at a Monticello Boulevard apartment complex related to where she had parked.
Arrest: Dontre Adams, 21, of Carlotta Drive, Youngstown, was charged with operating a vehicle impaired and obstructing official business after police had pulled him over on Belmont Avenue. Adams refused to provide his correct Social Security number and date of birth; he also refused to submit to a Breathalyzer test, a report showed.
Theft: Kevin J. Flynn, 37, of Candy Lane, Hermitage, Pa., was charged with stealing 11 food items from a Speedway gas station, 4210 Belmont Ave. Also taken into custody was Jenalyn Brenner, 37, of West Liberty Street, Hubbard, who was wanted on Weathersfield Township warrants.
Assault: An official with W.S. Guy Middle School, 4115 Shady Road, told police a 14-year-old girl had punched another student’s arm.
Identity theft: A Warren woman found out someone without authorization had used her identity to cash checks at a Belmont Avenue business.
Arrest: Police picked up Charles E. Dennison Jr., 36, as he walked near Hadley Avenue. Dennison, of East Montrose Street, Liberty, was wanted on a felony warrant from the township charging receiving stolen property.
Theft: A woman discovered about $12,000 worth of jewelry missing from her Virginia Trail home.
Theft: A man reportedly tried to use an invalid debit card to buy a $75 carton of cigarettes from a Belmont Avenue gas station, then fled with the item after the card was declined.
Assault: A township woman told officers two boys had thrown stones and struck her 13-year-old daughter while in the 4100 block of Shady Road.
Arrest: Police responded to information about someone trying to sell bogus gasoline cards near a Goldie Road big-box store before arresting Desmond L. Clark, 35, of North Bruce Street, Youngstown, on a felony probation-violation charge from Mahoning County and on a Campbell warrant charging criminal trespassing.
Theft: A Stonington Drive man alleged his son had stolen an iPad device and a laptop computer from him.
Aggravated menacing: A Trumbull Court woman reported someone left three used diapers on her doorstep and wrote on an apartment door a message in lipstick threatening to kill her.
Drugs: A traffic stop on Belmont Avenue led to a drug-abuse charge against Teron M. Villanueva, 24, of West Boston Avenue, Youngstown, when, police alleged, a bag of suspected marijuana was in his vehicle.
Menacing: An Orchard Avenue woman alleged a Youngstown man, 45, threatened her after having contacted the accuser via Facebook.
Theft: A man reported his $100 mailbox stolen from his Mosier Road home.
Attempted theft: A man returned to his Church Hill Road apartment and noticed a broken window, evidently after someone had tried to break in.
Drugs: After approaching a car in the 900 block of Patricia Drive, officers issued a minor-misdemeanor citation charging Te’juan (ok) Rodriguez, 21, of Patricia Drive, Girard, with having a bag containing a green leafy substance thought to be marijuana.
Criminal mischief: Police received a report that a 12-year-old boy in the 200 block of East Broadway Avenue was hitting a telephone pole with a large stick.
Arrest: After pulling her over on U.S. Route 422, officers charged Michelle E. Marsh, 53, of Alameda Avenue, Youngstown, with operating a vehicle impaired. Marsh had a 0.147 blood-alcohol content, a report said.
Criminal mischief: A man told police another man had used a golf club to smash his Jeep Wrangler’s windshield as the accuser argued with another person.
Assault: A Church Hill Road woman alleged that after dropping her off, a man struck her with the right side of his vehicle, injuring her right knee.
Identity fraud: A Dearborn Avenue woman learned that her debit card had been used to make a $49 fraudulent purchase.