POLICE BLOTTER


Dec. 16

Domestic violence: Authorities phone booked Joseph A. Turner, 31, of Melrose Avenue, Boardman, related to an Aug. 27 situation in which a woman alleged Turner, accompanied by four other men, threatened several times to harm her when the accuser refused to allow him into her residence.

Theft: Titus P. Hinojos, 40, of Cranbrook Court, Youngstown, surrendered on a theft charge after $205 worth of property that included a sweatshirt was stolen from Kohl’s.

Theft by deception: A Youngstown woman told officers she found out an iPhone she had bought on the internet was not functional before she sought assistance at a Doral Drive big-box store, where she was given a number to call for technical support. After making the call, however, the victim learned that the number was not affiliated with the phone, and she lost about $250.

Domestic violence: Ricky A. Raymond, 55, of Argyle Avenue, Boardman, faced a felony charge after his wife alleged he had struck her head and threatened to beat up the accuser during an argument. The charge was elevated to a felony because of a prior conviction, a report said. Also, Raymond received a minor-misdemeanor citation charging him with having a bag of suspected marijuana.

Drugs: Police responded to a report of a man trying to enter a Woodrow Avenue home before charging Jacob M. Marshall, 25, of Crestview Avenue, Howland, with drug abuse, obstructing official business and disorderly conduct while intoxicated after saying they had to use a stun gun because he refused to comply. In addition, Marshall, who was intoxicated, had a vial of a white powder that tested positive for cocaine, authorities further alleged.

Theft: C’asia C. Dubose, 18, of West Midlothian Boulevard, Youngstown, was charged, accused of purposely failing to self-scan $158 worth of merchandise, including a T-shirt, at Walmart.

Dec. 17

Arrest: While responding to a possible fight on Fox Run Court, officers took Candis S.M. Wynn, 31, into custody. Wynn, of Lucretia Drive, Girard, was wanted on a warrant from that city charging her with operating a vehicle impaired.

Theft: Police phone booked Annette Santos, 25, on a theft charge. The Dover, Pa., woman was accused of being one of two people who had bought $67 worth of merchandise May 28 from Walmart, then improperly exchanged the items for gift cards.

Assault: A township man told authorities a driver with whom he had been in an accident near Hudson Drive punched his face and fled after refusing to exchange information with the victim.

Menacing: A woman said another woman who had given the accuser a ride to a Market Street motel also threatened to fight her.

Domestic violence: Jennifer D. Reese, 26, of Argyle Avenue, Boardman, faced a charge after a man alleged Reese had punched and shoved him during an ongoing argument between them, and as he held an infant. The accuser had redness and minor swelling near his left eye, a report said.

Theft: A woman reported having written a $1,450 check for work to be done on her Garden Ridge Drive home that was never started.

Arrest: Deon Neely of Thorn Street, Youngstown, was taken into custody after having been pulled over on Market Street. Neely, 48, was wanted on a Columbiana County warrant charging failure to appear in court on a theft count.

Theft: A 15-year-old Struthers boy was accused of stealing a $190 pair of boots from Macy’s in Southern Park Mall.

Menacing: A Cook Avenue woman told officers a man to whom she reportedly owed money sent her a threatening text message to that effect.

Theft: Someone entered two cars in the 5000 block of Sheridan Road and took a coat, a pair of tennis shoes, a set of headphones and a gift card.

Theft: A server with a Market Street restaurant found out a prescription for 59 over-the-counter pills had been removed from her purse while she worked.

Dec. 18

Aggravated menacing: A Kiwana Drive couple reported having received several calls stating they would be killed unless they gave the caller money.

Menacing: A woman said someone called and threatened to come to her Indianola Road home to beat her up.

Recovered property: An abandoned vehicle was recovered after having sat in a parking lot in the 200 block of McClurg Road for about six years.

Burglary: Took place at an apartment in the 800 block of Moyer Avenue after someone had pushed in a rear window. Ten children’s toys and two TVs were missing.

Theft: Susan B. McCawley, 62, of Arlene Avenue, Boardman, was charged in the theft of $205 worth of items from Walmart.

Theft: Authorities charged Cody R. Neral, 18, after alleging Neral, of Walnut Street, Girard, had stolen two Bluetooth speakers from Kohl’s.

Citation: A traffic stop led to a minor-misdemeanor citation charging Brian Walker, 27, of Stewart Avenue, Youngstown, with having a small bag of suspected marijuana in his vehicle.

Domestic violence: John P. Guiler, 29, of Boardman-Canfield Road, Boardman, faced a charge after his girlfriend alleged Guiler had pulled her hair during an argument.

Theft: Bazetta Township police handed to Boardman authorities Shayla D. Poole, 33, of Vernon Avenue, Warren, who was charged with stealing $2,220 worth of merchandise, including seven laptop computers, Nov. 26 from Walmart.

Theft/child endangerment: A man reportedly made a fraudulent return of a $22 T-shirt at Touchdown Gifts in Southern Park Mall while with his three children.

Theft: Ashley G. Blackwell, 33, of Rush Boulevard, Youngstown, was charged with intentionally failing to self-scan $383 worth of items that included three water filters while at Walmart.

Domestic violence: Police arrested Jazzlynn K. Watkins, 20, at her Shields Road apartment on a domestic-violence charge after her girlfriend alleged Watkins had hit her face and the back of her head after an argument between them.

Dec. 21

Employee theft: The owner of Boardman Express Mart, 6949 Market St., alleged a worker had taken an undisclosed sum of money from a cash register, then concealed it.

Theft: Someone at Boardman Center Intermediate School on Market Street removed a $120 cellphone from a gym bag.

Criminal damaging: A Sabrina Drive man discovered a strand of Christmas lights in his front yard had been cut.

Theft by deception: A physician with a Kentwood Drive medical practice told police a caller asked him to donate to a fundraiser, supposedly on behalf of the Mahoning County Sheriff’s Department, before he learned that the department was unaware of such an event.

Theft by deception: A Trumbull County woman reported having been deceived into signing an incorrect vehicle title for a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado truck while she was at a Trenholm Road residence.

Harassment: An employee with a Tiffany Boulevard grocery store reported being harassed via calls, text messages and on social media while she worked.

Theft: Authorities booked Jason L. Womack, 32, of North Portland Avenue, Youngstown, who was accused of stealing $115 worth of cologne from Kohl’s, 383 Boardman-Poland Road, then fleeing on foot.

Theft: William G. Hogan, 32, of Hunter Avenue, Youngstown, was charged with taking a bottle of hair foam and three other items from Great Clips, 813 Boardman-Poland Road.

Drug paraphernalia: After responding to a report of someone slumped in a vehicle in the 5100 block of Market Street, officers charged Irina M. Sprankle, 20, of East Parkside Drive, Boardman, with possessing drug paraphernalia after alleging a device commonly used to grind marijuana and a jar with suspected marijuana were in her car.

Theft: Andrew T. Knight, 27, of West Fourth Street, Sharpsville, Pa., was charged in the theft of $84 worth of perfume and clothing from Kohl’s. Also taken into custody was Darren K. Gibson, 48, of Wallis Avenue, Farrell, Pa., who was wanted on a Brookfield warrant charging larceny.

Theft: A Cathy Way woman noticed two Christmas decorations had been removed from her front yard.

Dec. 22

Arrest: While responding to an altercation between several people in the 400 block of Mathews Road, police charged Nicole M. Patterson of Mathews, Boardman, with obstructing official business after alleging Patterson, 36, had interfered with officers’ investigation by providing false information regarding the whereabouts of three of the combatants.

Theft: Ationna C. Crues, 24, was charged after authorities alleged Crues, of Lanterman Avenue, Youngstown, had stolen $201 worth of property, including a purse, from Gabe’s, 850 Boardman-Poland Road.

Arrest: A traffic stop near Market Street led to the arrest of Rockale M. Bailey, 31, of South Avenue, Boardman. Bailey was wanted on a Campbell warrant charging him with violating a court order.

Theft: Someone reportedly stole about 24 articles of clothing valued at $664 from Victoria’s Secret Pink store in Southern Park Mall.

Theft: Cymone A.B. Moore, 24, who listed Youngstown addresses on Pasadena and Hudson avenues, was charged with intentionally failing to self-scan $78 worth of property, including a pair of slippers and sleepwear items, while at Walmart, 1300 Doral Drive. Moore also was wanted on a warrant accusing her of failing to appear in Niles Municipal Court.

Citation: After pulling him over near Market Street, police issued a minor-misdemeanor citation charging Daryl L. Bodrick II, 24, of Prestwick Drive, Boardman, with having 5.9 grams of suspected marijuana in a backpack.

Theft: Four women reportedly stole an entertainment stand and $849 worth of other merchandise from Walmart.

Identity theft: A Glendale Avenue woman told police a caller who claimed to represent Ohio Edison Co. asked for her personal information, supposedly to try to help the accuser save 25 percent on her bill beginning in June.

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