dr martens flowers POLICE REPORTS
Friday after his westbound vehicle on East Pershing Street failed to yield from the stop sign at South Ellsworth, colliding with a southbound vehicle on South Ellsworth driven by Jack Strange. Minor damage was done to both vehicles. Friday on Pearce Circle where a yard crew said the owners had left five minutes before officers arrived. The residence appeared secure. Friday from the 900 block of West Perry Street. Perry Township Police located the vehicle behind an apartment complex in the 1100 block of West Perry Street. The owner was taken to retrieve the vehicle and drove it home. It appeared to have been misplaced. Friday in the 1100 block of Short Avenue where both parties said the argument was over watching a child. No physical violence occurred and the male left for the day. Friday to the 900 block of West Wilson Avenue for a burglary in progress. All doors were found locked and secure with no one in the immediate area. Friday for several people allegedly with open containers of alcohol in the Speedway parking lot on West State Street. A few of the people appeared intoxicated, but no open containers were seen. Friday on East Euclid Street, but the vehicle was not found. Friday to the 400 block of Reilly Avenue at Reilly Stadium for vandalism done to the school/stadium wall. The school official who called said they have problems with vandalism at the stadium and high school every time they play West Branch in football. He was told to check the cameras to attempt to identify the vehicles or people involved. The police chief and detectives will be advised about the vandalism. Photos of the damage showed a section of bricks on one wall pulled down. On another wall, someone used spray foam to write a derogatory term towards Salem. The school official said they were checking all the other Salem school sites and inside the stadium for any other potential vandalism. The incident is under investigation. Thursday by a resident in a Salem apartment building who said someone in a neighboring apartment was banging on the walls. The person was made aware and told to keep the noise down. Thursday to the 500 block of Walnut Street where a woman said a man parents blocked his vehicle with another vehicle. They said they were just wanting to talk to her. They left. Thursday in the 1200 block of Jennings Avenue where a juvenile had run away from a group home in Goshen Township. Officers made contact with the juvenile and she was taken back to the police station where she was picked up by a staff member of the facility. Thursday and placed in lost and found. Thursday in the 1800 block of Cleveland Street where a woman got into an argument with her ex husband over what the daughter was going to wear to school the next day. He yelled at her, pushed her and left. The ex husband came to the police station and said the argument was over a custody issue. He said he didn push her, but only stopped her from hitting his truck. Information will be sent to the prosecutor for review. Thursday in the 400 block of East Second Street. An officer spoke to the juvenile. No damage was found. Thursday on Fairview Court where two people were reported going door to door trying to sell items. They were found and told they needed a permit. Thursday when a male juvenile fell on the playground, possibly hurting his neck. Fire department first responders and EMT were contacted along with his mother. The boy said he was fine and his neck was hurting, but said it had been hurting earlier, too.
Police officers recovered stolen property and returned the items to the store after talking to a suspect at Salem Regional Medical Center on East State Street Thursday. for a shoplifter at Shoe Sensation, 2333 E. State St., who was described as wearing a pink sweatshirt or hoodie walking toward Bob Evans restaurant. She wasn found then. Police were told the woman came into the store and put a pair of size 9 blue suede boots into her large bright teal green purse and walked toward the exit. The woman said she wasn from the area and asked if Marc sold shoes. She left without paying for the boots and circled around the parking lot toward the restaurant before an officer spoke to her later at the hospital.
Melissa Woolf, of South Range Road, was cited for assured clear distance ahead after her vehicle ran into the back of another vehicle driven by David Donovan, of Berlin Center on Goshen Road Thursday morning. Thursday that someone kicked in the bottom right panel of the bay doors to make entry into the building. Once inside, the person cut off a lock and removed a cash box with an undetermined amount of money.
Timothy D. Wednesday and Jo Ann Doughty, 75, Poland, was southbound on North Main Street and failed to yield to traffic in the circle and struck Gallo. Doughty was cited for failure to yield.
Donald E. Wednesday and went off the right side onto property at 629 E. Park Ave. and struck an unoccupied vehicle in the parking lot. He was cited for failure to control. Thursday. Thursday someone in a red pickup with a black tailgate was swerving all over the road southbound on state Route 164. Police checked the area but did not find the vehicle. Beaver Township police were also notified. Thursday her driver license and bank cards were lost or stolen.
Michael P. Thursday and began slowing in traffic due to an audible siren from an unknown area, and Michael A. Demarco, 64, Canfield, was also eastbound and slowed to a stop when Frattaroli foot reportedly slipped off the brake and his vehicle struck Demarco Frattaroli was cited for assured clear distance.