July 6

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July 6

Arrest: Police on Railroad Street took into custody Joseph Shurteff of Plumbrook Drive, Canfield. Shurteff, 27, was wanted on a Trumbull County warrant.

July 7

Drugs: Gregory Davis, 37, was cited on charges of drug abuse (marijuana) and possessing drug paraphernalia after having been pulled over on Lisbon Road. Davis, of Oakdale Drive Northwest, Warren, also was arrested on a Mahoning County Sheriff’s Department warrant.

Drugs: A traffic stop on West Main Street resulted in summonses charging Thomas Ross Jr., 26, of Canton with drug abuse (marijuana) and possessing drug paraphernalia.

Arrest: Authorities on Court Street pulled over then charged Amber Carpenter, 36, of Canton with driving under suspension.

July 11

Weapon: Police charged Joshua Fleming, 25, of Willow Way, Canfield, with unlawfully discharging a firearm, a fourth-degree misdemeanor, after a man in the area reported having been accidentally struck in the leg with a projectile fired by someone who was target shooting. The victim declined medical attention, however, a report said.

Citation: Authorities responded to a three-vehicle crash near East Main Street, then cited a 16-year-old Lowellville girl on a charge of running a red light.

July 12

Arrest: Officers on East Main Street took Mark Burney of Breaden Street, Youngstown, into custody. Burney, 52, was wanted on a Lawrence County, Pa., warrant.

Arrests: Police arrested Jonathan Fernandez, 25, and Amalys Amoros, 27, both of Carriage Lane Canfield. Fernandez was charged with driving with no operator’s license; Amoros faced a wrongful-entrustment charge.

July 14

Arrest: A traffic stop on Fairground Boulevard resulted in a driving-under-suspension charge against Tabranda Thomas, 39, of Notre Dame Drive, Campbell.

July 15

Arrest: Brian Sturgeon, 61, of Detwiler Road, Canfield, was charged with operating a vehicle impaired after having been pulled over on South Broad Street.

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