Tuesday Dec 06, 2022

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East Liverpool

— Officers on routine patrol on Aug. 19 observed a female at 213 Ravine St., which they identified as Chelsea Madison, who has an outstanding warrant through the Columbiana County Sheriff’s Office. Officers made contact with Madison confirming the warrant and taking her into custody without incident. Madison was transported back to the police department to wait for a deputy’s arrival.

— Officers were dispatched to the area of St. George Street for a subject who was driving waving a gun out of the window on Aug. 20. The complainant advised that the subject was driving a dark colored Dodge Dart. Officers searched the area with negative contact.

— Officers were dispatched to the area of Rite Aid store located on Walnut Street for subjects walking in the area checking car doors and looking inside the windows on Aug. 20. Officers found the subjects who matched the description walking on Ravine Street to which they admitted to being in the area of question but denied looking into car windows. Officers checked the subjects for warrants and released them once they came back clean.

— Officers responded to a call on Walnut Street on Aug. 20 for a male acting erratic and trying to throw liquids onto passing cars. While checking the area this officer found a male subject in the parking lot of Tice’s Service standing next to a truck officers suspected he was breaking into. A second officer observed the male drop a rock from his hand, reach inside the truck, grab a gallon of juice and take off running through the parking lot towards East Sixth. Officers used the taser, but failed to make good contact, but the male gave up after a brief struggle before being placed in handcuffs. The unidentified male subject was not cooperating with officer by refusing to give his name, date of birth or social security number. When officers got the male subject to station, he tried to head butt and kick officers. The male subject screamed and yelled at officers during the length of the arrest and booking process at times making multiple threats to kick officers in the face and even threatened to kill officers once he got released from jail. Officers tried numerous times to gather the male’s personnel information. Once officers identified the 17-year-old, he was transported to hospital for treatment prior to being taken to Tobin Center until his court appearance. The juvenile was charged with aggravated menacing, obstructing official business, resisting arrest and criminal mischief.

— While on routine patrol on Aug. 20, an officer at the intersection of Broadway and East Fifth observed a truck pass through the intersection of East Fifth and Walnut. The truck went up the hill, veered right and struck a parked car. The driver then backed up and continued up the hill. The driver was stopped on Pennsylvania Avenue and exited the vehicle. Officer noted an odor of alcohol coming from the driver. Officers performed a field sobriety test, then conducted a search of the vehicle where they found multiple open containers. The truck the male was driving was towed. The driver participated in a field sobriety test but refused a breath test. He was charged with OVI, driving without a license and failure to control.

— Officers responded on Aug. 21 8:35 p.m. to 1541 Globe St. for a 10-year-old juvenile ran away. Upon arrival officers made contact with the mother who stated that her daughter would not come inside for the night and began riding her …….

Source: https://www.reviewonline.com/news/police-courts/2022/08/police-log-624/

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