Arrest: Police near Kirk Road picked up Jessica M. Carbone, 31, of Glendale Avenue, Boardman, who faced a theft charge, related to an October situation in which the owner of a Sheetz gas station, 5499 Mahoning Ave., discovered a credit/debit card had been used to make $218 worth of unauthorized purchases at two locations, including a Boardman big-box store.
Aggravated menacing: An Austintown Fitch High School student reported having received an Instagram post that showed a firearm.
Criminal damaging: Three tires were slashed on a car in the 200 block of Carnegie Avenue.
Harassment: A Fitch High student said he has gotten such posts via Instagram.
Theft: Various tools and a pair of sunglasses were stolen from a residence in the 3900 block of Artmar Drive.
Theft: Jasmine J. Smith, 28, of West Ravenwood Avenue, Youngstown, was charged with intentionally failing to self-scan about $253 worth of merchandise, including sleepwear items and clothing, while in Walmart, 6001 Mahoning Ave.
Trespassing: Officers investigated suspicious activity at a North Canfield-Niles Road truck stop, then charged Chalise M. Gibson-Canty, 44, of Church Hill Road, Girard, and David L. Williams Jr., 47, of Midland Avenue, Youngstown, with criminal trespassing. Gibson-Canty and Williams had been warned to stay off the property, a report stated.
Child endangering: Jalela Z. Abuali, 35, of Arden Boulevard, Youngstown, faced a child-endangerment charge after an officer working a security detail at Fitch High School reported seeing a 3-year-old boy outside pulling on the doors to get into the school. The child ran from a car to the school while Abuali, his mother, was inside to pick up another child, a report showed.
Theft: Police charged Zachary C. McFall, 21, with theft. McFall, of Mercedes Place, Canfield, was accused of stealing 11 Sony PlayStation games from Walmart.
Arrest: Authorities answered a call about an intoxicated person trying to enter a home in the 4200 block of New Road before charging Amy J. Barger, 51, of St. John Avenue, Niles, with disorderly conduct.
Domestic violence: A charge was pending against a 37-year-old Austintown man after a woman alleged he had threatened to kill her before leaving the residence.
Pursuit: A man in a white Pontiac G6 reportedly led police on a vehicular chase on South Meridian Road and Elmwood Avenue.
Arrest: After responding to a possible drug overdose at a Bainbridge Avenue home, officers charged Tracy L. Treharn, 48, of Bainbridge, Austintown, with inducing panic and child endangering. A 12-year-old girl visiting the residence reportedly found Treharn unresponsive on a bed before paramedics administered three doses of Narcan to reverse the effects of opioids, shortly after which Treharn purportedly came to and admitted having snorted heroin. In addition, two other children were in the home, a report stated.
Theft: A TV was stolen from a residence in the 60 block of North Kimberly Avenue.
Theft: A man discovered baseball cards missing from his Edinburgh Avenue home.
Harassment: A South Raccoon Road resident said a former roommate has engaged in a pattern of harassment via phone.
Possible theft: A license plate was lost or stolen off a vehicle in the 5500 block of London Court.
Theft: A passenger reportedly failed to pay a cab fare and fled after having been dropped off in the 4700 block of East Webb Road.
Arrest: While responding to a fight in the 4800 block of New Road, authorities took Adrra M. Franklin, 25, into custody upon discovering Franklin, of Overlook Avenue, Youngstown, was wanted on a warrant charging her with failing to appear in Campbell Municipal Court for a pretrial hearing.
Attempted breaking and entering: Someone smashed a front-door window in an effort to break into a building in the 3100 block of South Canfield-Niles Road.
Breaking and entering: Someone entered a residence in the 400 block of Forest Hill Drive and took a table saw.
Drugs: While investigating possible drug activity in a South Raccoon Road nightclub, police charged Byron D. Johnson Jr. of Maywood Drive, and Khiree L. Gregory of Park Avenue, both 24 and of Youngstown, with marijuana possession. A bag of suspected marijuana was near a post next to a dance floor, a report showed.