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POLICE INCIDENT REPORTS

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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0946 09 
Date: 09/15/2019 21:23:00


Property damage accident
1706 Newgarden rd


Caller/Complainant: James Taus


Police responded to a report of a single car private property accident with injuries. Officer 
made contact with the driver and passenger of said vehicle. The driver James Taus stated 
that he side swiped a tree with his vehicle causing functional damage the passenger rear. 

The passenger George Brandon stated that he was injured, but refused medical treatment 
from EMS on scene. 

Damage to car and tree were photographed and later attached to the report. Officer cleared 
nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0945 09 
Date: 09/15/2019 14:33:00


Medical
1575 Highland ave


Police along with Perry Twp FD responded to a medical assist on Highland Ave. The 
subject was transported to Salem Hospital.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0942 09 
Date: 09/14/2019 21:04:00


Suspicious person
1133 Prospect Street, #8A

Police responded to 1100BLK of Prospect Street for a report of a suspicious person. 

Police arrived on scene and spoke with a male subject who stated to police he was visiting 
with friends and waiting for his ride. Police waited in the area until his ride arrived. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0944 09 
Date: 09/15/2019 05:44:00


Juvenile complaint
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.


Police responded to the above address to speak with Charles Corbett about his juvenile 
daughter who left the residence. Corbett advised his daughter was at a residence within 
Salem City limits. 

Police responded to said address and knocked on the door making negative contact. Police 
then responded to the Corbett's address and advised him of his options. Corbett advised he 
would give it until the afternoon to see if she comes home. 

Corbett also advised he thinks someone went through his unlocked vehicle due to the door 
being opened. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0941 09 
Date: 09/14/2019 17:03:00


Hunters/target shooters
1594 Manor Drive


Caller/Complainant: Susan Albert


Police responded to the 1500BLK of Manor Drive for a shooting complaint. 

Police spoke with the complainant, and found the shoots to be coming from the 1700BLK of 
North Lincoln Ave. Police made contact and found everything to be ok. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0938 09 
Date: 09/14/2019 06:49:09


Narcotics complaint
Salem Acres


Police were dispatched to 1133 Prospect Street apt 16 A Dispatch reference possible drug 
abuse taking place inside the complex. 

Police checked the area and was provided names of possible suspects.





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0947 09 
Date: 09/16/2019 00:15:00


Medical
1852 S. Lincoln Ave, #4


Police responded to the above address along with the FD for a female who was feeling 
lightheaded and ill. 

The female was checked out on scene by Perry FD and EMT and was subsequently 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical Center for further treatment. Once the female 
was loaded up in the ambulance police cleared the scene without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department Yes
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0943 09 
Date: 09/15/2019 02:42:00


Assist other unit
550 Old Coach Ln.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem PD requested an officer respond to the above address and speak with the parents of 
an individual that they were out with on a suspicious persons report. Salem PD wanted to 
know why the individual was not aloud at the residence. 

Perry Twp Police spoke with the dad of the individual who advised that he was in the 
process of evicting his son but had not yet fully evicted him, and that the son left the 
residence on his own free will. Police advised the dad since the son still lives there and that 
the eviction has not fully been processed that he could return to the residence if he so 
wished. 

The father understood and police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0940 09 
Date: 09/14/2019 16:54:00


Alarm drop
1375 Brookview Drive


Caller/Complainant: Monitoring Center


Police responded to the 1300BLK of Brookview Drive for an alarm drop. Police checked the 
residents all secure.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0939 09 
Date: 09/14/2019 10:19:00


Animal complaint
1191 Andrew Ave


Police were dispatched to the 1100 block of Andrew Ave for a tan colored pitbull running 
around the neighborhood. 

Police spoke with the caller Cathy Groom who stated the dog ran down Elberon Ave after 
she called. Police checked the area and were unable to locate the dog.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0937 09 
Date: 09/14/2019 02:13:00


Recovered property
1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Circle K South


Police were dispatched to Circle K to recover a cell phone that was found in the parking lot. 

Police contacted the mother that was listed in the cell phone's contacts. The mother stated 
the cell phone belongs to her son and he will be in to pick it up. 

I cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0932 09 
Date: 09/11/2019 07:11:00


Mental
1700 Blk of S. Lincoln Ave


Police called to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln Ave reference a male subject who had removed a 
flag from a yard and was wearing it like a diaper . Police located the male subject sitting in a 
boat on S. Lincoln Ave with only his underwear as clothing. 

Police spoke with the male who gave his name as Zachary Rudder and advised police that 
he had just got out of drug rehab last week on Friday. Mr. Rudder appeared to be under the 
influence of some type of drugs and was hallucinating. 

Police were able to get Mr . Rudder to go to the hospital for help and was transported to 
Salem Hospital by KLG. Police followed KLG to the hospital incase of problems.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0929 09 
Date: 09/10/2019 18:28:00


Domestic complaint
1071 W. Perry St.


Caller/Complainant: Helen Schmutz



Police spoke with the complainant over the phone in reference to domestic complaint. The 
complainant advised she let her ex husband come over and he became agitated with her. 
She advised he tried to push her. She told him to leave and not to come back. 

Police spoke with the ex husband over the phone and he was advised to not return.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0936 09 
Date: 09/12/2019 15:24:00


Juvenile complaint
1143 W. Perry, #104


Caller/Complainant: Lisa Ault


Officer responded to an unruly juvenile at 1143 W. Perry St Apt 104. Officer arrived and 
spoke with the complainant, Lisa Ault . She stated that her 16 year old son is acting unruly 
by hitting her and her daughter. The complainant stated that her son was throwing rocks at 
his sister this morning while waiting for the bus. 

Officer spoke with (juvenile) about his behavior. Officer advised the complainant to call 
when the assault is happening not days later.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0933 09 
Date: 09/11/2019 13:25:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Fresh Mark


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble



Officer observed Anthony Gregory at the stop sign on Marion Ave at Depot Rd driving his 
Black 2006 Ford F-150 (HFB3793).

Officer had prior knowledge of Mr. Gregory being under suspension. Officer ran the 
vehicle's registration to confirm the suspension. LEADS returned that Mr. Gregory was 
driving under a 12 point license suspension. 

Officer caught up with the vehicle as it was pulling into the Fresh Mark parking lot. Officer 
initiated a traffic stop in the employee parking lot of Fresh Mark. 

Officer made contact with Mr. Gregory as he attempted to walk away into the plant. Mr. 
Gregory was advised of the reason for the stop and he stated that he was just trying to get 
to work. Mr. Gregory was cited for DUS and given a court date of 09/17/19 at 0830 hrs in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Sinsley's Towing responded to the scene and towed the vehicle with no court hold.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0935 09 
Date: 09/11/2019 17:07:00


Medical
1565 Highland Ave


Caller/Complainant: 911


Officer responded to a reported medical call at 1565 Highland Ave. Officer found Perry FD 
and KLG on scene treating a male for heat exhaustion. Male was with a lawn service 
working in the yard.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0934 09 
Date: 09/11/2019 13:31:00


Vandalism
204 Apple St


Caller/Complainant: Chris Sclafani



Officer responded to a report of vandalism. Officer spoke with the complainant Chris 
Sclafani. The complainant stated that he found his vehicle owned by his mother damaged in 
the driveway. 

The complainant stated that both front and rear drivers side tires were flat along with key 
marks on the drivers side door. The complainant's vehicle is a Brown 2014 Hyundai Elantra 
(DPH7519) with Grange Ins.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0931 09 
Date: 09/11/2019 05:10:00


Investigate complaint
SR14 Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatched to the area of SR 14 Benton Rd to look for something possibly on 
fire. It was found that pallets were burning at 300 Benton Rd and Salem FD advised 
everything was ok.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0930 09 
Date: 09/11/2019 01:05:00


Juvenile complaint
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.


Police responded to the above address to speak with a Mr. Charles Corbett about his 
juvenile daughter who did not make it home from school the day prior. Mr, Corbett advised 
he thinks she is at an address within Salem city limits. 

Police responded to said address and was able to make contact with her and was able to 
return her to her residence. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0928 09 
Date: 09/10/2019 14:04:00


Disabled vehicle
Cunningham Road at 344 Franklin Ave


Police responded to Cunningham Road at 344 Franklin Ave for a report of a disabled 
vehicle. upon arrival police found a 2007 Honda Pilot (brown) to be broke down at the stop 
sign creating a traffic hazard. 

Police directed traffic until Kaiser Towing removed the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0926 09 
Date: 09/09/2019 18:27:00


Juvenile complaint
225 Georgetown Rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officer responded to a reported juvenile problem in the church parking lot at 225 
Georgetown Rd. Officer spoke with the juveniles and they stated that a juvenile by the 
name of Trey was chasing them around with a knife. 

Officer located Trey and found that he had a box cutter. Him and his friends were building a 
fort behind the church's shed in the woods. 
 
Officer spoke Mrs. Brokaw (Trey's mother) at 961 W. Wilson St and advised her of the 
complaint. Mrs. Brokaw stated that Trey has some issues and would take care of the 
behavior.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0927 09 
Date: 09/09/2019 22:53:00


Domestic complaint


Caller/Complainant: Elizabeth Choate


Police were dispatched to contact an Elizabeth Coate (27) Alliance Ohio 44609 reference a 
domestic incident that she was involved in that took place inside a motor vehicle while 
traveling. 

Upon making contact with Coate via phone she advised of an area that is possibly outside 
of Perry Townships jurisdiction. Due to the uncertainty of the complainant /victim not 
knowing exactly where the incident occurred police advised Coate to respond to the Perry 
Township North Station so that an exact location could be determined. 

Police waited at the station for her arrival in which didn't happen. It was later advised that 
Coate went to Salem PD to do the report in which Salem PD advised her again to come to 
the Perry Township PD located on N. Ellsworth Ave. Police waited for her arrival again to 
the PD in which it didn't happen. 

Police then contacted her via phone again to see if she was going to come to the PD 
leaving a voicemail.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0925 09 
Date: 09/09/2019 16:54:00


Structure fire
1135 Liberty St


Officer responded to a structure fire at 1135 Liberty St. Officer stood by for traffic control in 
the area. Officer cleared without incident.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0924 09 
Date: 09/09/2019 15:49:00


Alarm drop
First Energy
1441 Depot Rd


Caller/Complainant: Spyco Security



Officer responded to a business alarm at 1441 Depot Rd. Officer found employees on the 
scene and the alarm was reset .

Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0923 09 
Date: 09/09/2019 14:20:00


Vandalism
1111 W Pine Lake


Caller/Complainant: Russell Koscelansky



Police responded to a report of a mailbox that was struct by a passing vehicle. The RP 
advised, that he observed a white Buick lesabre, strike the mailbox and continue to flee the 
area.. 

Officer made contact with the homeowner Connie. Connie stated that the neighbor fixed the 
mailbox and she did not want a report. Officer cleared nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0922 09 
Date: 09/09/2019 11:38:00


Investigate complaint
269 Apple St


Caller/Complainant: Jamon Winphrie


Police were dispatched to a report of a disturbance. 

Officer arrived and made contact with the complainant who was upset that he was evicted 
and was needing a ride to Youngstown. Complainant was advised that the police can not 
transport. 

Complainant got a ride and officer cleared nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0921 09 
Date: 09/09/2019 03:09:00


Person with knife
Blossom Nursing Home


Police responded to the above address for a 65 year-old female resident who had a pocket 
knife in her hand and would not surrender it to the staff at the nursing home. 

Police took the knife from the resident and gave it to staff personnel. The resident did 
threaten her roommate with said knife. 

Police spoke with the roommate and she stated she did not wish to pursue any charges. 
Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0920 09 
Date: 09/09/2019 01:39:00


911 hang-up
1396 Johnson Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above address for a 911 hang-up. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the homeowner who advised that she was not aware of the 
911 hang-up. Everything was ok at the residence.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0918 09 
Date: 09/08/2019 21:20:00


Noise Complaint
Florida and Main


Police were dispatched to the area of Florida and Main for what sounded like gunshots. 

Police checked the area and were unable to hear any gunshots or locate anyone outside. 
Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0917 09 
Date: 09/08/2019 18:36:00


Open Burning Complaint
801 Pine lake Rd


Police were dispatched to the 800 block of Pine lake Rd for a complaint of an open burn. 

Perry Township Fire Department arrived on scene and advised the owner to put out the fire. 
The fire was put out with no incident.


Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0919 09 
Date: 09/08/2019 23:25:00


Assist other unit
Benton @ Michigan


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above area to assist Salem PD on a traffic stop in which a female 
passenger had an active warrant out of CCSO. 

The female was taken into custody without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0916 09 
Date: 09/08/2019 17:37:00


Animal complaint
Southwest Fuels


Police were dispatched to Southwest Fuels on Georgetown Rd for a dog that appeared to 
be injured on the property. 

Police were able to locate the dog , but when the officer tried to approach the animal it ran 
off into the woods. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0912 09 
Date: 09/07/2019 10:05:00


Suspicious vehicle
Egypt Rd. at E. Pine Lake Rd.


Police responded to the bridge at the intersection of Egypt Rd. at E. Pine Lake Rd. for a 
report of a suspicious vehicle parked with numerous people around it. 

Upon arrival police checked the area but did not locate any vehicles.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0915 09 
Date: 09/07/2019 21:09:00


Investigate complaint
S. Lincoln Ave. near Snyder Road


Officers responded to the area of S. Lincoln Ave. and Snyder Rd. for a reckless driver. 

Officers searched the area and had negative contact with the vehicle in question. Officers 
then cleared the scene.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0914 09 
Date: 09/07/2019 17:47:00


Medical
1133 Prospect Street, #11B


Police responded to 1133 Prospect Street for a medical lift assist. 

Police spoke with the resident and waited until Perry Township Fire Department arrived. 
Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0913 09 
Date: 09/07/2019 13:09:00


Juvenile complaint
664 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Terri McFarland


Police responded to the 600 blk of W. Pidgeon Rd. for a reported juvenile complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant who advised that their juvenile daughter has 
not been home since 9pm on 9-6-2019.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0910 09 
Date: 09/06/2019 20:46:00


Property damage accident
2100 block of N. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: John Matthews


Officer responded to a report of a vehicle vs deer accident in the 2100 block of N. Lincoln 
Ave. Officer found that a Silver 2016 Honda Civic driven/owned by John Matthews of Salem 
was travelling southbound on N. Lincoln Ave when a deer struck the drivers side of his 
vehicle. 

The vehicle sustained damage to the front quarter panel, drivers side mirror, hood, and 
drivers door .

The vehicle was driven away from the scene. The deer could not be located.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0911 09 
Date: 09/06/2019 22:12:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
Speedway


Caller/Complainant: Speedway, Tracey


Officer was requested by the clerk at Speedway to remove a male subject sitting outside of 
the front doors. 

Officer advised Salem PD and made contact with the male, Ryan Armstrong. Salem PD 
arrived on scene and found that the clerk wanted Mr . Armstrong trespassed from 
Speedway. Mr. Armstrong was found to be intoxicated and was taken home by his father.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0906 09 
Date: 09/05/2019 08:49:00


911 hang-up
781 Cunningham Road


Caller/Complainant: 911


Police responded to a 911 call with no one responding on the other end of the call. Police 
made contact with the caller who had fallen asleep and apparently hitting the 911 button.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0909 09 
Date: 09/05/2019 18:45:00


Vandalism
1133 Prospect St., #5A


Police responded to the 1100 block of Prospect St. for a report of vandalism to a vehicle. 
Police took photos of the marks on the vehicle and advised they would keep an extra watch 
in the area.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0907 09 
Date: 09/05/2019 09:51:00


Assist other Agency
156 W. Pidgeon


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem PD requesting Perry Township PD to respond to an address in Perry Township and 
locate a vehicle that was involved in a accident and left the scene. 

Police made contact with the owner of the suspect vehicle and advised him to respond to 
Salem PD and speak with an officer.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0908 09 
Date: 09/05/2019 14:12:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
Depot & Bypass


Police advised of a truck tire in the road at Depot & the Bypass. Police checked the area 
and was unable to locate the tire.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0903 09 
Date: 09/04/2019 14:59:00


Juvenile complaint
1271 E. Pidgeon Rd, #A


Officers responded to an unknown disturbance call in the parking lot of 1271 E. Pidgeon 
Rd. Officers spoke with the tenants in the apartment above of the business. Officers found 
that their 15 year old son threw a tantrum out in the parking lot after coffee was spilled on 
his tennis shoes. 

The juvenile was spoken to and he stated that he would control himself from now on. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0905 09 
Date: 09/05/2019 03:17:00


Assist other unit
Filbert @ W. Wilson


Caller/Complainant:  Salem PD



Police were contacted by Salem Pd to assist with the apprehension of a fleeing suspect. 
Salem police were unable to locate the suspect and Officer cleared with nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


xternal Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0904 09 
Date: 09/04/2019 18:41:57


Theft report
1133 Prospect Street, #1B


Police were dispatched to 1133 Prospect street apartment 1B to to take a report on two 
stolen televisions. 

Police arrived on scene and spoke with Kristin Mills . Kristen stated she let Michael 
Schneider stay at her house over night because he stated he was homeless. Kristen stated 
she left her house at 08:30 but dicided to let him stay at the house sice they have been 
friends for 10 years. Kristen stated when she returned home from work her two tv's were 
missing.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0902 09 
Date: 09/04/2019 11:21:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
550 Old Coach Lane


Caller/Complainant: Ronald Hawkins


Police called to the above location reference a unwanted person sleeping in the bushes, 
Police spoke with the complainant who states that his 42 year old son was evicted from the 
residence and that the son sneaks back at night and sleeps in the shrubs. 

Police spoke with the subject and advised him that he was not allowed on the property and 
that he would be charged if he returns. The male refused any help and walked from the 
residence.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0901 09 
Date: 09/04/2019 08:15:00


Juvenile complaint
597 Michigan Blvd


Police called for a juvenile refusing to go to school after she failed to do her homework. 
Police spoke with the juvenile who then decided to go to school.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0897 09 
Date: 09/03/2019 14:00:00


Investigate complaint
SR45 near Depot Road


Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department



Police responded to the area of SR45 near Depot Road for a report of a tractor trailer 
leaking fluid on the roadway. 

Police checked the area, no fluid appeared to be on the roadway. negative contact with the 
tractor trailer.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0899 09 
Date: 09/03/2019 18:50:00


Investigate complaint
W. Pidgeon Rd. near Newgarden Ave.


Police responded to the area of W. Pidgeon Rd. and Newgarden Ave. for a report of two 
vehicles street racing. Police checked the area and were unable to locate the vehicles in 
question.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0900 09 
Date: 09/03/2019 22:17:00


Welfare Check
934 Canterbury Lane


Police responded to the 900 block of Canterbury Lane for a welfare check. A neighbor 
advised a garage door had been left open for a couple days. 

Police made contact with the homeowner who advised they were ok and forgot to shut the 
door.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0898 09 
Date: 09/03/2019 14:32:00


Contact by phone
1133 Prospect Street


Police spoke with a resident VIA phone for possible threats of harassment. Police advised 
the resident, nothing can be done at this time without proof. 

Police tried to contact the suspect in question, negative contact.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0896 09 
Date: 09/03/2019 12:49:16


Welfare Check
858 Georgetown Road


Police requested to check on a male subject that had posted suicide statements on Face 
Book. 

Police spoke with the occupants and advised that the male had left earlier in the morning. 
The subject did call in and advised dispatch that his page had been hacked and that he was 
ok and that the post had been removed.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0895 09 
Date: 09/02/2019 12:46:00


Welfare Check
1208 W. Perry St.


Caller/Complainant: Jessica Hartzell



Officer responded to a requested welfare check at 1208 W. Perry St. The complainant 
requested a welfare check on her grandfather, Gary Ritchie. 

The complainant stated that family members lock him in a room and leave the residence. 
Officer found Mr. Ritchie sleeping in his room and the door was not locked. Officer spoke 
with Mr. Ritchie's son Blaine and advised him of the complainant.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0893 09 
Date: 09/01/2019 02:14:00


Property damage accident
1100 BLK State Street


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police stopped to check on a possible disabled vehicle in the 1100BLK of State Street. After 
speaking with the owner/operator police were advised she had hit a deer. 

The vehicle had minor damage, the driver of the vehicle advised that she would contact the 
Police Department if she wanted a traffic crash report at a later time. Police checked the 
area but could not find the deer .


Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0892 09 
Date: 09/01/2019 01:02:00


Suspicious vehicle
Egypt Rd @ Cry Baby bridge


Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle parked at Cry Baby Bridge. Police spoke with a 
passenger in the vehicle who advised she was waiting on the driver of the vehicle who was 
exploring the bridge. 

Police then spoke with a male individual who was on the bridge. Police advised that he was 
trespassing. Police advised them to be on their way in which they complied.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0885 08 
Date: 08/30/2019 21:24:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
1965 N. Ellsworth Ave


Police were dispatched to 1965 N. Ellsworth Avenue for a complaint of juveniles riding 
ATV's on private property near the Restore. 

Police arrived on scene and did not discover any ATVS. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0890 09 
Date: 08/31/2019 23:01:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Georgetown Road near Prospect Street


Police responded to Georgetown Road near Prospect Street for a report of a tree in the 
roadway. 

Upon arrive police found powerlines and a tree covering the entire roadway. Police stood by 
until Ohio Edison and Columbiana County Road Department cleared the roadway.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0894 09 
Date: 09/01/2019 20:44:00


Speak with Officer
204 Apple St.


Caller/Complainant: Theresa Williams


Police made contact with the complainant via phone call. the complainant, Theresa Williams 
stated that she contacted her son in an attempt to see her grandchildren. Williams stated 
that the daughter in law texted her stating not to contact or she will press charges. 

Williams wanted to know if any crimes were committed. Officer advised Williams there were 
no crimes committed at this time. Officer cleared nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0891 09 
Date: 09/01/2019 00:24:00


Recovered property
Circle K, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave.


Police was given a drivers license that was left at the above business. The address on the 
license was within the township .

Police responded to the address and returned the property to its owner.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0888 08 
Date: 08/31/2019 06:24:00


Suspicious person
Depot Rd near the Bypass


Police responded to the above area looking for a male individual dressed in all black who 
appeared to be stumbling in the roadway. 

Police checked all streets to the north, south, east, and west making negative contact with 
anyone matching the description that was given.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0887 08 
Date: 08/30/2019 23:45:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
264 Meadow Ln


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded back to the above area for ATVs being driven in the roadway. 

Upon arrival police spoke with two juveniles along with their parents over the complaint. It 
was advised that the ATV would be put away for the evening.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0886 08 
Date: 08/30/2019 22:54:00


Investigate complaint
Between S.R. 62 and N. Ellsworth


Police were dispatched to State Route 62 and N. Ellsworth avenue for a vehicle traveling 
East Bound in the West Bound lane .

Police did not make contact with the vehicle.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0883 08 
Date: 08/29/2019 21:46:00


Prowlers
220 Springdale St


Caller/Complainant: Josh Cannon


Officer responded to a report of prowlers in the area of 220 Springdale St. The complainant 
reported hearing a knock on the door and heard the screen door shut. 

Officer checked around the residence but could not locate anything. Officer cleared without 
incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0882 08 
Date: 08/29/2019 20:41:00


Neighbor complaint
Salem Acres


Caller/Complainant: Joeseph Messenger



Officer responded to 1133 Prospect St 5B for a report of neighbor problems. 

Officer spoke with Joe Messenger and Beth Hayes. Both stated that Beth was assaulted by 
one of the female neighbors but they did not know her name. Officer spoke with some of the 
neighbors and they gave me an address of 3B. Officer spoke with resident who stated that 
she pushed Beth away from her son after Beth had grabbed a hold of him.

Officer spoke with a few neighbors and found that all the problems stem from Joe 
Messenger supposedly videoing the kids in the complex.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0881 08 
Date: 08/29/2019 18:14:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Fresh Mark


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer observed a Green Pontiac Grand Am bearing an expired (Green sticker) registration 
northbound on S. Lincoln Ave.

Officer confirmed the registration (GOT9285) through LEADS and it returned expired 
12/20/18. 

Officer initiated a traffic stop on the Green Pontiac Grand Am in the entrance to Fresh Mark. 
Officer made contact with the driver, Adam Rendziniak, and found him to be under a non-
compliance suspension. 

Officer had Sinsley's Towing respond to the scene to tow the vehicle. 

Officer cited Mr. Rendziniak for DUS and expired registration. Officer gave Mr. Rendziniak a 
verbal warning for fictitious registration . Officer gave Mr. Rendziniak a court date of 9/06/19 
at 0830 hrs in Columbiana County Municipal Court. No hold on the vehicle.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0880 08 
Date: 08/29/2019 09:00:00


Theft
1019 Beechwood Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Lynn Alesi


Police spoke with a complainant from the 100o blk of Beechwood Rd., via telephone, in 
reference to a theft. The complainant advised that they were in the process of buying a 
trailer online. The complainant advised that after they paid for the trailer they could no 
longer get into contact with the seller. 

The complainant advised that they contacted the site the trailer was listed on and found that 
the seller was using fraudulent accounts and they had no records of the trailer being posted 
to the site. 

The complainant wished to have a report on file for future proceedings.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds  923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0879 08 
Date: 08/28/2019 20:01:47


Neighbor complaint
1133 Prospect St., #5B


Caller/Complainant: Joeseph Messenger


Officers responded to the 1100 block of Prospect St. for a neighbor dispute. 

Officers spoke to the complainant who stated that they had gotten into a verbal altercation 
with the subject over possible video recordings. Officers asked to check the complainants 
phone which he provided. 

Officers found no trace of any recordings on the cellular device. Officers advised both 
parties to stay away from each other for the remainder of the evening.



Officer(s)
Ryan Connolly 930
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0878 08 
Date: 08/28/2019 16:57:00


Welfare Check
Salem Acres


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. to conduct a welfare check on children 
after reported drug abuse in the residence. 

Upon arrival police were allowed access into the residence and checked the entire 
residence finding the children to be well taken care of. The residence was clean and police 
observed no signs of drug abuse.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds  923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0877 08 
Date: 08/28/2019 15:41:00


Suspicious person
Depot Rd. near Snyder Rd.


Police responded to the area of Depot Rd. at Snyder Rd. for a report of a suspicious person 
loading a rifle and getting into a vehicle. 

Police checked the area with negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds  923
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0873 08 
Date: 08/26/2019 19:32:00

Medical
1133 Prospect Street


Police responded to the 1100BLK of Prospect Street for a report of a medical emergency. 
Police arrived on scene and found KLG to have a female being transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center. Police were advised that we were not needed .


Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0875 08 
Date: 08/27/2019 13:05:00


Investigate complaint
us 62 at E. Pine Lake


Police responded to the area of US 62 near East Pine Lake Road for a report of a traffic 
hazard. 

Police arrived on scene and found a water truck filling up a swimming pool in the 2200BLK 
of US 62. The Semi was off the roadway enough to not be a hazard. 


Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0872 08 
Date: 08/26/2019 10:42:00


Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
Perry Township PD


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer had a male subject come onto station to speak with an officer. Officer found that the 
male subject, Frank Cook III, had an active warrant out of Boardman for drug paraphernalia. 

Officer took the male subject into custody and transported him to Columbiana to meet with 
Boardman PD.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0874 08 
Date: 08/27/2019 11:17:00


Civil Complaint
2234 N. Lincoln Ave


Police contacted Scott Martin of Wellsville Ohio about property that was left at his old 
residence in Perry Township that came up missing. 

Police advised Scott Martin that it was a civil matter and he would have to work out the 
issues through small claims court.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0871 08 
Date: 08/25/2019 23:39:00


911 hang-up
1336 Highland Ave West


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above address for a 911 hang up report. Upon arrival police spoke 
with the homeowners who advised it was done accidental. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0868 08 
Date: 08/24/2019 20:03:00


Suspicious vehicle
245 Springdale Street


Police responded to the 200BLK of Springdale Street for a report of a suspicious vehicle. 
Police checked the area negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0867 08 
Date: 08/24/2019 18:44:00


Alarm drop
1729 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the 1700BLK of South Lincoln Ave, for an alarm drop. Police checked 
the building and it was secure .


Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0864 08 
Date: 08/23/2019 11:18:00


Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
2198 N. Ellsworth Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Perry Township Police arrested Fred Naylor of Salem on a warrant for Civil Protection order 
violation. 

Mr. Naylor was transported to the County Jail and turned over to jail staff.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0863 08 
Date: 08/22/2019 22:20:00


Welfare Check
620 Brittney Ln


Officer responded to a requested welfare check at 620 Brittney Ln. Caller stated that 
(Subject) commented on Facebook to say goodbye to my grandbabies. 

Officer made contact with (Subject) at her residence. (Subject) stated that she no longer 
wanted to live. (Subject) stated that she took approximately 10 tablets of her medication 
and had been drinking excessively. 

KLG responded to the scene and (Subject) was willingly transported to the Salem ER for 
evaluation. 


Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0866 08 
Date: 08/24/2019 02:26:00


Investigate complaint
D & R Autobody


Police observed a truck parked at the above business with its rear lights illuminated. Police 
checked the exterior of the building showing it to be secure. 

The light must have been on due to an electrical issue with the vehicle because police were 
not able to shut it off. 

Police cleared the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0870 08 
Date: 08/25/2019 17:37:00


Neighbor complaint
1205 Depot Rd


Caller/Complainant: Ryan Armstrong


Police were dispatched to 1205 Depot Rd to speak with Ryan Armstrong about his neighbor 
at 1203 Depot Rd, Rick Hickman yelling at him when he got home. 

Police have responded to both address's numerous times for neighbor complaints. Police 
advised Ryan if the neighbor issues continue both parties will be charged accordingly.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0869 08 
Date: 08/25/2019 12:50:00


Animal complaint
1358 N Lincoln Ave


Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of N. Lincoln Ave for a complaint about a 
wounded fawn under a car. 

Police were advised by the game warden to leave the fawn go and if it was still in the area 
later to dispatch the animal. 

Police cleared the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0862 08 
Date: 08/22/2019 21:23:00


Welfare Check
Salem Acres


Caller/Complainant: Nate Clark


Officer responded to a request of a welfare check on a 6 year old female. The complainant 
stated that the child is being locked in a closet and the child's head was shaved. 

Officer made contact with Beth Strabala and Joe Messenger. Officer asked to see the child 
and was shown where she was sleeping. Officer did not observe the door to be locked to 
the oversized walk in closet and seen the child sleeping on a full size mattress within the 
walk in closet. Officer observed the child to have a full head of hair. 

Both parents advised that Children Services was aware of the sleeping arraignments. 

A copy of this report will be forwarded to Children Services.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0861 08 
Date: 08/22/2019 17:42:00


Assist other Agency
813 Barclay St


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers assisted Salem PD at a reported stabbing at 813 Barclay St. 

Officers stood by until the crime scene could be secured. Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0865 08 
Date: 08/23/2019 14:41:07


Assist other unit
1169 W. Perry


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police requested to meet with Salem school resource officer reference checking on two 
juveniles who have failed to show up for school. 

Upon checkng the residence it was determined that the family has moved from the area.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0856 08 
Date: 08/20/2019 21:40:00


Shooting
1400 W. State St.


Police responded to the 1400 block of W. State St. for a report of a resident shooting at their 
neighbors. Police spoke with the homeowner who advised he was shooting at a groundhog.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0851 08 
Date: 08/20/2019 08:27:00


Alarm drop
1368 Beechwood


Caller/Complainant: Carnation, Security


Police responded to a alarm drop on Beechwood Rd. Police checked the residence and 
found it secure and cleared.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0853 08 
Date: 08/20/2019 13:21:00


Domestic complaint
476 Benton Road, #B


Caller/Complainant: Samantha Layman


Police responded to the 400BLK of Benton Road for a domestic dispute. Police spoke with 
the complainant she advised police the dispute was verbal and her boyfriend had left the 
residence. Police advised the female to call police if he returned to the residence. 

Police found the male subject walking down Benton Road and asked him to stay away from 
the residents until the complainant got her things and left.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0855 08 
Date: 08/20/2019 20:27:00


Domestic complaint
1599 Grant St


Caller/Complainant: Mary Fitch



Officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute at 1599 Grant St. 

Officers arrived and spoke the complainant and Harold Bell. The complainant stated that 
she wanted Harold to leave. The complainant is blaming Harold for introducing her to drugs 
and they are not getting along. The complainant was good with Harold staying out in the 
detached garage on the other side of the yard. 

Harold stated that he did not have anywhere to go and did not have a drivers license. Both 
parties had no physical marks and officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0857 08 
Date: 08/20/2019 23:34:00


Prowlers
1247 Highland Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Helen Elevick


Police responded to the above area for someone ringing the complainants doorbell and 
then leaving. The complainant advised she did not see which direction they went. 

Police checked the area but did not locate anyone.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0854 08 
Date: 08/20/2019 14:19:00


Private Property Accident
1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to a two vehicle accident in the 1800BLK of S. Lincoln Ave. Upon arrival 
police found that a 2004 BMW 525 (Gray) driven by Doeka Iris Camacho Sanchez (38) of 
Youngstown, Ohio 44507 was backing out of a parking spot at Circle K on S. Lincoln Ave 
and struck a 1996 Chevy Astro Van (brown) driven by Ralph Zimmerman (88) of 
Washingtonville, Ohio 44490.

Both Vehicle had minor damage and were driven from the scene.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0852 08 
Date: 08/20/2019 09:58:52


Welfare Check
1958 S. Lincoln Ave., ##3


Police requested to do a welfare check for Salem Hospital after loosing phone contact with 
a subject who lives in Perry Twp .

Police made contact with the male and advised that everything was ok.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0850 08 
Date: 08/19/2019 22:50:00


Investigate complaint
Circle K south


Caller/Complainant: Jackie Woodward


Police were contacted by a Jackie Woodward who stated her 7 year step daughter was left 
alone in a car at the gas pump while her biological mother Jacklyn Solomon was inside the 
store at Circle K. Jackie stated the child's aunt was the one that notified her about the 
situation and stayed with the child until the mother came outside. 

Jackie wanted the incident on file due to custody issues.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0848 08 
Date: 08/18/2019 19:35:00


Neighbor complaint
230 W. Pidgeon rd


Caller/Complainant: Aaron Thomas


Police spoke with Aaron Thomas who resides at 230 W. Pidgeon rd. in regards to his 
neighbor Howard who he believed is moving things from Aaron's yard. Aaron stated he just 
wants his neighbor to stop moving his things. 

Police advised Aaron if he sees his neighbor moving his property to contact police at the 
time.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0846 08 
Date: 08/18/2019 00:08:00


Traffic offense - Arrest Made
1800 Blk S. Lincoln Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z.Sanford


Police conducted a traffic stop on a Grey 2007 Dodge Truck for an equipment violation. 

Upon speaking with the driver, Jonathan Shellenberger (29) Salem Ohio, 44460 it was 
determined he was the registered owner. Police advised the reason for the stop being only 
one headlight was working. Police requested Salem PD K9 Simon respond to the scene for 
an open air sniff. Police had Mr. Shellenberger and his passenger step out of the vehicle 
and while doing so an odor of an alcoholic beverage was coming from his person. 
Shellenberger also advised police that he did have marijuana drug paraphernalia in his 
pants pocket in which police confiscated and logged into evidence. 

Police then asked if he had been drinking in which Shellenberger stated he was. Police ran 
Shellenberger through Standard Field Sobriety Test and subsequently arrested him for OVI. 
Police transported him to Salem PD so that proper paperwork could be completed and so 
that he could provide a breath sample. Shellenberger did provide a breath sample which 
was .083. 

After the breath test was done police transported Shellenberger to the Perry Twp PD so that 
paperwork could be completed. After all the paperwork was completed he was released to 
his friend. 

Shellenberger was charged with OVI, One headlight, and possession of marijuana drug 
paraphernalia with a court date of August 20, 2019 at 8:30 am at the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0849 08 
Date: 08/18/2019 23:09:00


Welfare Check
Salem Acres


Police responded to the above address for a welfare check on two juveniles who were 
heard screaming. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the mother who advised that the juveniles were playing with 
water guns and got a little rough. Police spoke with the two juveniles who appeared to be 
fine. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0844 08 
Date: 08/17/2019 01:22:00


Juvenile complaint
Hearthside Dr.


Officer on patrol noticed two female juveniles walking along side the road. Police spoke with 
the juveniles who advised that that were going on a walk. 

Police took the two juveniles to their residences and spoke with their parents. Police 
advised and recommended filing unruly charges on the juveniles due to this reoccurring. 
Both parents advised that they would be going to the juvenile court the following Monday. 

After the juveniles were released to their parents police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0842 08 
Date: 08/16/2019 23:19:00


Civil Complaint
350 Plymouth Pl.


Caller/Complainant: Gregory Long


Police spoke with a male subject on station about property that was in his vehicle that he 
wanted police to hold onto for safe keeping due to one of the items being a firearm. It was 
advised that another male subject had the complainants vehicle and that when the 
complainant went to retrieve his vehicle the items were inside of the vehicle. 

Police took the firearm and the other items into possession and was able to contact the 
owner and return the items without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0847 08 Received 
Date: 08/18/2019 16:42:00


Threats or harassment
1133 Prospect st, #8A


Caller/Complainant: Brittany Oesch


Police met with a Brittany Oesch at the Perry Township PD in reference to text messages 
she had been receiving from a number she did not recognize. 

Police called the phone number and spoke with an individual who stated their name was 
Eileen Schmidt. Police advised the individual they had the wrong number and to stop calling 
and texting that number. The individual acknowledged and stated they would no longer 
contact that number.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0845 08 
Date: 08/17/2019 05:43:00


Juvenile complaint
621 W Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Dan Clark


Police responded to the above address reference a juvenile who was involved in a previous 
report see Perry report # 19-0844-08.

The complainant advised police that the juvenile had left the residence again with the same 
juvenile police had picked up earlier and took home. Police spoke with the complainant and 
the other juveniles parent and both advised they would give it a few hours and that if the 
juveniles do not return home that they would file a runaway report with the police. 

Police again advised both parents on how to file unruly charges with the Columbiana 
County Juvenile Court. After speaking with both of the juveniles parents police searched the 
area to see if they were spotted walking around. 

Police made negative contact.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0843 08 
Date: 08/17/2019 00:06:00


Medical
2022 Countryside Dr.


Police responded to the above address for an unresponsive male. Upon arrival it was 
advised that the male individual was responsive and alert but lacked certain motor skills. 

KLG Ambulance Services along with Perry Twp FD evaluated the male and subsequently 
transported the male to the Salem Regional Medical Center for treatment of suspected 
heart attack or stroke .

KLG transported and police cleared.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department 
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0841 08 
Date: 08/16/2019 21:58:00


Welfare Check
1154 W. Perry


Police responded to 1154 W. Perry to check the welfare of Ricky Menough. The 
Complainant stated that she received a rumor that he committed suicide. 

Officer Arrived at said address and made contact with Menough, who was in good health . 
Complainant stated that it was a false rumor and officer cleared nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0839 08 
Date: 08/14/2019 10:21:00


Alarm drop
347 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: ADT Security


Police responded to the 300 blk of W. Pidgeon Rd. for a residential alarm. Upon arrival 
police checked the exterior of the residence and found the residence secure. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Ryan Connolly 930




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0837 08 
Date: 08/13/2019 19:40:00


Assist other unit
1424 Depot Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the 1400 block of Depot Rd to assist Salem PD on a welfare check of a 
male subject walking from that area to the Salem PD to make a report. 

Officer was advised that the male subject had a mental disorder. Officer checked the area 
with negative contact and cleared nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0838 08 
Date: 08/14/2019 01:13:00


28 - Fire - Arrest Made
581 E. Pidgeon Rd.



Police responded to the above address for a reported structure fire. 

Upon police arrival police observed said structure to be up in flames. Police talked to the 
property owner, Timothy Smith (30) Salem Ohio 44460 while waiting for the FD. Perry 
Township Fire Department arrived on scene and was able to extinguish the fire. 

Police then spoke to the property owner again who advised the fire started due to an 
electrical issue. Later while the police were talking to fire personnel Mr. Smith advised that it 
was not caught on fire due to an electrical problem but that he set it on fire himself by 
lighting trash on fire with a lighter because he was tired of looking at the structure. 

Due to the fact Mr. Smith Lied to both police and fire personnel on how the fire actually 
started police placed Mr. Smith under arrest for Obstruction of Official Business and 
transported him to the Perry Township Police station so that charges could be typed. Once 
proper paperwork was complete police transported Mr. Smith to the Columbiana County Jail 
where he was released into the custody of jail personnel. 

Police documented the fire damages with photographs.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0836 08 
Date: 08/13/2019 14:00:00


Suspicious person
1500 block of Harding Ave


Officer responded to a report suspicious male walking with no shirt on waving his hands on 
Harding Ave. 

Officer checked the area but could not locate the suspicious male. Officer spoke with 
Kimberly Eddy at 1599 Grant St. Kimberly stated that Erin Gbur was no longer wanted at 
the residence and took off walking. 

Both were checked and was found with no warrants. Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0835 08 
Date: 08/13/2019 10:44:00


Suicide attempt
1826 Cider Mill Rd.


Officers responded to 1826 Cider Mill Rd to check on the well being of Jeffrey Forsythe. 
The complainant went to Salem PD to report that Jeff was contemplating harming himself at 
their residence on Cider Mill Rd. 

Officers could not make contact with anyone at the residence. Dispatch called the 
complainant back. The complainant stated that Jeff might have left the residence if there 
was not a White Saturn Vue in the garage or the driveway. 

Officers could not locate the stated vehicle and cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0833 08 
Date: 08/12/2019 10:02:00


Sex offense / - Under Investigation
Salem Acres


Police were made aware of an alleged sex offense that occurred in the 1100 blk of Salem 
Acres. This incident is under investigation.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0832 08 
Date: 08/12/2019 09:25:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
Pawsitive Hope Project


Caller/Complainant: James Martin


Officer responded to a report of one to be removed at 1825 S. Lincoln Ave. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant, James Martin. The complainant stated that 
he wanted Peter Johnson Jr removed from the property. The complainant stated that Mr. 
Johnson threatened him and refused to leave without seeing the site manager. 

Officer spoke with Mr. Johnson and he stated that he wanted a copy of the bylaws from the 
manager. Mr. Johnson also stated that he was a board member. Mr. Johnson left the 
property after he spoke with the manager of Pawsitive Hope Project.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0834 08 
Date: 08/12/2019 18:07:00


Assist other Agency
435 Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: Alliance PD.



Police were dispatched to 435 Benton Rd. to attempt to locate a female juv. for Alliance Pd. 
Officer was unable to locate the juv and cleared negative contact.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0824 08 
Date: 08/09/2019 19:49:00


Medical
1262 Andrews Ave



Police responded to a medical call to assist EMS and FD regarding an unresponsive child. 
Upon arrival, child was responsive and later evaluated by KLG and FD. 

The mother and father of the child transported the him to Salem Hospital to be further 
evaluated. 

All units cleared.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0823 08 
Date: 08/09/2019 18:44:00


Unwanted Subject
342 W. Pidgeon Rd


Caller/Complainant: Shawn Hamilton


Police responded to a subject that was unwanted and needed to be removed from the 
residence. 

Upon arrival Officers were advised that the subject left prior to our arrival. Complainant was 
advised if the subject comes back to call police again.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0819 08 
Date: 08/09/2019 02:09:46


Assist other unit
S. Lincoln Ave. near Snyder Road


Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department



Police were dispatched to S. Lincoln Avenue and Snyder Road to Assist the State Highway 
Patrol and Salem City Police Department. 

Police arrived on scene and Police were clear of the traffic stop. Police cleared without 
incident.


Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP 
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0822 08 
Date: 08/09/2019 15:12:00


Reckless Operator
482 W. Pidgeon Rd


Caller/Complainant: Mary Patterson



Police received a call regarding speeders on W. Pidgeon Rd. 

Complainant stated that it is nearly impossible to exit on to the roadway and further asked 
for close patrol in the area.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0821 08 
Date: 08/09/2019 12:02:00


Speak with Officer
243 Plymouth Pl


Caller/Complainant: Andrew Steves



The complainant came on station to speak with an officer in reference to his juvenile 
daughter. The complainant stated that his 16 year old daughter stated to him that her 
mother, Robin Troyer, is neglecting to make an appointment with her counselor and she 
feels the need to speak with her counselor. The juvenile daughter also stated to her father 
that her mother is not administering her medication prescribed by her counselor. 

The complainant /father is concerned about her daughter's well being and also has spoke 
with his ex-wife in reference to this matter. The complainant stated that he is not getting any 
results by speaking with his ex and has contacted Children Services. The complainant 
wished to have a report on file. 

A report will be faxed Children Services.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0820 08 
Date: 08/09/2019 04:23:22


Suspicious vehicle
1925 New Garden Road


Police were dispatched to 1925 New Garden Road for a truck sitting in the driveway with a 
male in the driver seat. 

Police arrived on scene and made contact with the registered owner, Michael Watson. Mike 
stated he used meth two days ago and he needs to go to the hospital. Mike stated he was 
from Akron Ohio and did not know how he ended up in Salem Ohio. Mike stated someone 
was chasing him. 

Mike was Transported to Salem Hospital by KLG. Mike's vehicle was towed by Sinsley's 
Towing .

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0818 08 
Date: 08/08/2019 09:54:00


Fire
1389 Brookview Dr.


Officer responded to a possible structure fire at 1389 Brookview Dr. 

Officer found the residents of the home outside and stood by for the FD to arrive.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0813 08 
Date: 08/07/2019 05:29:00


Investigate complaint
1176 Liberty St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Policer were dispatched to the above address for a low hanging unknown power line. The 
line was found to be a phone line .

Perry Twp FD was able to tie the line off so that it was no longer in the way of vehicles. 
Police and FD cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Call Number: 19 0811 08 
Date: 08/06/2019 15:29:00


Abandoned vehicle
794 Benton Road


Caller/Complainant: Priscilla Crowgey


Police responded to 794 Denton Road for an abandon vehicle. 

Police spoke with the complainant who advised police the vehicle arrived on Saturday. 
Police ran the Vin number and found the vehicle to belong to an individual outside the 
township. 

Police tried to make contact and no one would answer the door. Police advised the 
complainant they could have the vehicle towed from the scene. 

The complainant had Sinsley's towing remove the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0816 08 
Date: 08/07/2019 19:31:00


Investigate complaint
1100 blk of Beechwood Rd


Caller/Complainant: SGT Kimble


Police were dispatched to Beechwood Rd for a traffic complaint about a semi speeding , 
hitting the jake brake and airhorn .

Police made contact with the driver who admitted to blowing his airhorn and hitting his jake 
brake. The driver stated he was not speeding and apologized for his other actions. Police 
cleared the call without further incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0814 08 
Date: 08/07/2019 15:12:00


Reckless Operator
New Garden Rd


Caller/Complainant: Post 15


Police were dispatched to New Garden Rd for a reckless driver in a tan colored car. Police 
checked the area and were unable to make contact. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0813 08 
Date: 08/07/2019 05:29:00


Investigate complaint
1176 Liberty St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Policer were dispatched to the above address for a low hanging unknown power line. The 
line was found to be a phone line. 

Perry Twp FD was able to tie the line off so that it was no longer in the way of vehicles. 
Police and FD cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0812 08 
Date: 08/06/2019 17:09:00


Alarm drop
1729 S. Lincoln


Caller/Complainant: PTL. Smith


While on patrol police heard an audible alarm coming from 1729 S. Lincoln. Dispatch 
advised that the alarm company called and cancel the alarm.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0810 08 
Date: 08/06/2019 12:14:00


Property damage accident - Citation Issued
Georgetown Road at West Perry Street


Police responded to Georgetown Road at West Perry Street for a reported two vehicle 
accident. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2000 Dodge Dakota (silver) driven by Terry Tilley (76) of 
Salem, Ohio 44460 was Westbound on Georgetown Road and failed to stop in Assured 
Clear Distance Ahead and struck a 2000 Buick LeSabre (silver) driven by Jacob Gray (31) 
of Salem, Ohio 44460 who was stopped in traffic westbound on Georgetown Road. 

Mr. Tilley was issued a citation for Assured Clear Distance Ahead and given a court date of 
08/20/2019 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court.

Mr. Gray's vehicle was towed from the scene by Davidsons towing and Mr. Tilleys vehicle 
sustained minor damage and was driven from the scene. No injuries were reported


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0815 08 
Date: 08/07/2019 19:00:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1133 Prospect, #3B


Police were dispatched to Salem Acres apt. 3B to have a Mitchell Thomas removed from 
his ex girlfriend Dawn Howell's house.

Police spoke with Mitchell who stated he was packing up his belongings then leaving. 
Police stood by until Mitchell left the property.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0809 08 
Date: 08/06/2019 00:35:00


Assist other unit
S. Lincoln @ State St.


Perry Twp. Police assisted Salem PD on a traffic stop involving a male subject who had an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County. 

Salem PD took the individual into custody without incident. 

Police cleared when no longer needed.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0817 08 
Date: 08/08/2019 09:01:00


Suspicious person
Snyder Rd near the railroad tracks


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer was in the area as Salem PD was looking for a suspicious female walking around 
Chappell Zimmerman Concrete .

Officer found the suspicious female crossing the tracks from Chappell Zimmerman towards 
Snyder Rd. 

Officer spoke with the female and found that it was Sara Hutson. Sara stated that she was 
just walking around with no where to go. Sara was advised to stay off other people's 
property and the tracks.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0809 08 
Date: 08/06/2019 00:35:00


Assist other unit
S. Lincoln @ State St.


Perry Twp. Police assisted Salem PD on a traffic stop involving a male subject who had an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County. 

Salem PD took the individual into custody without incident. Police cleared when no longer 
needed.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0808 08 
Date: 08/05/2019 22:13:00


Theft
489 Michigan Blvd


Caller/Complainant: Andy Giffin


Police spoke with a male complainant, in reference to a theft. The complainant advised that 
sometime during the evening an unknown person(s) stole a package from his mailbox. The 
complainant stated that he found said package in the woods across from his mailbox. 

After further examination of said package, he determined that there was a CD missing.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0807 08 
Date: 08/05/2019 21:20:00


Threats or harassment
1205 Depot Rd


Caller/Complainant: Ryan Armstrong



Police spoke with a male complainant, in reference to an ongoing neighbor dispute. Police 
advised both parties need not to speak to one another anymore or they could face criminal 
charges. 

Police were further advised about a fence and property line issues. Both parties were 
advised that was a civil matter and to contact the landlords regarding that matter.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0800 08 
Date: 08/03/2019 21:07:00


Property damage accident
45 Bypass near Georgetown Road


Police were dispatched to a car that hit a deer on S.R. 45 bypass near Georgetown Road. 

Police arrived on scene and spoke with the driver,Richard Hoppel. Richard stated he was 
traveling the speed limit when he struck the deer. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0805 08 
Date: 08/04/2019 01:04:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Arrest Made
S. Lincoln Ave. @ the tracks


Police responded to the above area for a report of a vehicle stuck on the railroad tracks. 

Upon police arrival police observed a 2012 Maroon Ford Fusion which was operated by the 
registered owner, Roderick Jones (41) Canton Ohio who advised he was going northbound 
on South Lincoln Ave. and miss judged the turn and ended up getting stuck on the train 
track. Police had asked Mr. Jones if he had been drinking any alcohol in which he stated he 
had a few beers. 

Police administered standard field sobriety test on Mr. Jones and subsequently arrested him 
for OVI. Davidsons towing did respond to the scene and did get the vehicle off the tracks. 
The vehicle sustained damage due to its position on the tracks and also when the tow 
company removed it from the tracks. Police documented the damages with photographs. 

Police transported Mr. Jones to Salem PD for a breath test in which he did submit to one. 
Once all test and paperwork were complete Mr. Jones was released to his girlfriend. Jones 
has a court date of August 6, 2019 at the Columbiana County Municipal Court at 8:30 am.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0804 08 
Date: 08/04/2019 00:15:00


Assist other unit
1260 Southeast Blvd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem PD requested Perry Twp assistance on a call regarding an explosion. 

Salem PD along with Perry Twp PD searched the area making negative contact with 
anyone or anything involving an explosion.'



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0803 08 
Date: 08/03/2019 23:07:00


Reckless Operator
SR45


Police responded to the above area for a reckless operator. It was advised that the vehicle 
in question was speeding and going left of the center yellow line. 

Upon arrival it was further advised that the vehicle had entered the City of Salem. Salem 
PD was notified.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0802 08 
Date: 08/03/2019 22:10:00


Domestic complaint
1722 Goshen Road


Police arrived at 1722 Goshen Road to see if the homeowners were missing a black Lab 
dog. 

Police discovered Bobbi Crookston walking up the driveway crying. Bobbi stated her and 
her boyfriend, Daniel Glista are fighting. Bobbi stated Daniel punched her in the face and 
threatened to kill her and chop her up. 

Police spoke with Daniel. Daniel stated Bobbi punched him in the face. Bobbi and Daniel 
had blood on them. Bobbi and Daniel were arrested for domestic violence. Police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0801 08 
Date: 08/02/2019 21:53:00


Animal complaint
1807 Goshen Road


Police responded to 1807 Goshen Road for a report of a found Black Lab dog. Police 
arrived on scene and spoke with the homeowner. The homeowner stated she thinks the dog 
belongs to 1722 Goshen Road. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0799 08 
Date: 08/03/2019 10:49:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
US 62/45 at Goshen Rd.


Police responded to the intersection of US 62/45 at Goshen Rd. for a reported two vehicle 
accident. 

Upon arrival police found that 1996 Ford Explorer (Green) driven by Lester D. Seidner (84) 
of Salem OH, 44460 was southbound on US 62/45 and was struck by a 2005 Kia Optima 
(Silver) driven by Marjorie L. Catlos (93) of Salem, OH, 44460 who was pulling from stop 
sign on Goshen Rd. 

Ms. Catlos was issued a citation for Failure to Yield form a Stop Sign and given a court date 
of 8-16-19 to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Both vehicles sustained moderate damage and were driven from the scene. No injuries 
were reported.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0798 08 
Date: 08/03/2019 00:01:16


Reckless Operator
West State Street / Westbound


Police were Dispatched to the area of West State Street and the S.R. 45 bypass for a report 
of a white Nissan driving recklessly. Police arrived in the area and checked the area. Police 
did not locate the vehicle. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0796 08 
Date: 08/02/2019 19:05:00


Juvenile complaint
1133 Prospect St, #5B


Police were dispatched to 1133 Prospect Street Apartment 5B for a 7 Year old Juvenile that 
was throwing herself around and not listening to her parents. 

Police arrived on scene and spoke with Beth Hays and Joseph Messenger. Joseph stated 
he put his daughter in time out and she would not stay still and was not listening. Joseph 
stated his daughter is on Adderal for ADHD but it is not helping. Joseph stated he has 
exhausted all options to try to get his daughter to listen. 

Police spoke with the Juvenile. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0798 08 
Date: 08/03/2019 00:01:16


Reckless Operator
West State Street / Westbound


Police were Dispatched to the area of West State Street and the S.R. 45 bypass for a report 
of a white Nissan driving recklessly. 

Police arrived in the area and checked the area. Police did not locate the vehicle. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0797 08 
Date: 08/02/2019 23:11:08


Reckless Operator
Prospect - Georgetown


Police were dispatched to the area of Prospect Street and Georgetown Road for a report of 
a reckless driver in a red pickup truck. 

Police arrived in the area but did not locate the vehicle. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0795 08 
Date: 08/01/2019 20:14:00


Speak with Officer
1133 Prospect St., #5B


Caller/Complainant: Joseph Messenger


Police responded to the 1100 block of Prospect St. in reference to an incident that occurred 
in Lisbon approximately 3-4 years ago. 

The complainant was advised to contact Lisbon PD.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0794 08 
Date: 08/01/2019 11:50:00


Speak with Officer
1267 W. Pine Lake Rd


Caller/Complainant: Kerstian Fleshman


The complainant came on station to speak with an officer. The complainant stated that her 4 
year old son is coming home from visitation with his father with animal scratches. The 
complainant stated that the scratches are coming from the dogs at the residence where the 
father is staying. 

The complainant reported that the most recent incident was getting her son today and 
finding a large scratch just beside her son's right eye. The complainant wished to have a 
report on file.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0793 08 
Date: 08/01/2019 10:48:00


Narcotics complaint
1069 Benton Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 1000 blk of Benton Rd. for a reported overdose. Upon arrival police 
found that a female had overdosed and was being treated by medical personnel. 

Upon further investigation police found numerous items of Drug Paraphernalia and other 
drug related items where the female had overdosed. 

Medical personnel transported the female to be evaluated by the Salem Hospital. The 
female was served with a copy of the Overdose Immunity Form and instructed with how to 
proceed.



Officer(s)
Jordan 923 Reynolds
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0779 07 
Date: 07/28/2019 18:17:00


Assist other unit
US 62


Police were requested to assist the Columbiana 
County Sheriff in locating a juvenile walking East 
on US 62 towards Salem. Police were able to 
make contact with the child who stated she left 
her mother Teresa Dawes house at Deer Run 
trailer park to go see her father Christopher 
Dawes who resides on Aetna St in Salem. 

Police met with the Columbiana County Sheriff 
where they transported the child back to her 
mothers house.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0776 07 
Date: 07/27/2019 18:21:00


Animal complaint
Country Club Drive


Police responded to the area of Country Club 
Drive for a report of a calf in the roadway. Police 
searched the area negative contact.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0775 07 
Date: 07/27/2019 17:00:00


Suspicious person
Egypt Road at Cry Baby Bridge


Police responded to Egypt Road at Cry Baby 
Bridge for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Police 
arrived and did not find anyone .

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0774 07 
Date: 07/27/2019 12:07:00


Open door
1244 Andrew Ave


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Andrew Ave 
for a report of an open door at a residence. Upon 
arrival police were able to make contact with the 
home owner, via the "Ring" doorbell system, who 
advised that they must have forgotten to close the 
door all the way. 

Police were able to secure the door.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0777 07 
Date: 07/27/2019 18:27:00


Investigate complaint
301 E Pidgeon Road


Police responded to the 300BLK of E. Pidgeon 
Road for suspicious activity. 

Police spoke with the residents and advised them 
there is nothing we can do its a civil issued.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0778 07 
Date: 07/27/2019 21:30:53


Noise Complaint
1036 Elberon Ave


Police were dispatched to Elberon Avenue for a 
noise complaint. 

Police discovered a birthday party going on at 
1036 Elberon Avenue. Police spoke with Jason 
Hawkin. Jason stated they were having a birthday 
party and will turn the music down. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0780 07 
Date: 07/29/2019 05:04:00


Juvenile complaint
664 W. Pidgeon Rd


Police responded to the above area for a report of 
two juveniles sitting along the roadway. 

Upon arrival police observed the juveniles and a 
male gentleman talking. The juveniles and the 
male individual advised they just met up and were 
talking. The male individual being 18 years of age 
left upon police request. The juvenile's were both 
transported to their residence and was released to 
their parent's. 

The parents were spoken to by police and were 
advised what had been going on. Police advised 
the parents on how to file unruly charges if they 
wish to do so. 

Upon releasing the juveniles to their parents 
police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0771 07 
Date: 07/26/2019 06:37:00


Assist other unit
SR45


Caller/Complainant: William Tomalka


Police responded to a report of a possible 
brandishing of a weapon. The complainant 
advised all parties involved were located at MAC 
Trailers. 

Officer arrived and made contact with all parties 
involved. It was later determined that the subject 
removed his firearm from his person to place it in 
the glove box while he was at work, at the same 
time the complainant passed by .

Complainant advised it was a misunderstanding 
and Officer cleared nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0764 07 
Date: 07/24/2019 18:42:00


Assist other Agency
1894 SR 9


Caller/Complainant: Leetonia PD


Police were requested by Leetonia PD to check 
the 1800 block of SR 9 for a possible stolen 
vehicle.

Police spoke with the homeowner who advised 
they didnt know of any of the parties involved. 
Police cleared.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0762 07 
Date: 07/24/2019 12:16:00


Threats or harassment
1360 W. State St., #20


Caller/Complainant: Sara Jackson


Officer spoke with the complainant, Sara Jackson, 
by phone in reference to Clifford & Julie Mullens 
threatening her. Sara stated that she had been 
staying with the two at 325 E. Ohio St in Sebring 
with her 17 month old son. The complainant 
stated that the threats started when she decided 
to move out with her son and take his belongings 
with her. The complainant stated that they did not 
want her to take the items that they had bought 
for the child. 

Officer made contact with Julie Mullens. Julie 
stated that Sara did not have a job nor could she 
take care of the child. Julie stated that she did 
drop off the rest of Sara's belongings that she had 
left at the residence in Sebring. Julie stated that 
she did get some of the child's items that she had 
purchased back from Sara. 

Julie stated that she did report Sara to 
Columbiana County Children Services.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0770 07 
Date: 07/25/2019 18:33:00


Domestic complaint
1400 W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Beth Koons


Police responded to the 1400 block of W. State 
St. for a domestic dispute report. The complainant 
advised their boyfriend was intoxicated and they 
began arguing. 

The complainant just wanted a report and left for 
the evening.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0769 07 
Date: 07/25/2019 16:48:00


Suspicious person
1514 State Blvd.


Caller/Complainant: Emily McDonald


Police responded to the 1500 block of State Blvd. 
for a report of a package being taken off a porch. 
The complainant advised the package was 
returned the next day.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0768 07 
Date: 07/25/2019 14:51:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave at Fresh Mark


Police responded to the area of S. Lincoln Ave at 
Fresh Mark for a reported two vehicle accident. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2009 Pontiac G6 
(Pink and Black) driven by Stephanie Swiger (19) 
of Austintown, OH, 44515 was northbound on S. 
Lincoln Ave and failed to stop in Assured Clear 
Distance Ahead and struck a 2017 Chevrolet 
Cruze (Black) driven by Jennifer Koehler (23) of 
Leetonia, OH, 44431 who was stopped in traffic 
northbound on S. Lincoln Ave. 

Swiger was issued a citation for Assured Clear 
Distance Ahead and given a court date of 8-16-
2019 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. 

Both vehicles sustained minor damage and were 
driven from the scene. No injuries were reported.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0767 07 
Date: 07/25/2019 10:54:00


Domestic complaint - Arrest Made
2190 N. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Robert Sorokach


Officers responded to a reported domestic 
between husband and wife at 2190 N. Lincoln 
Ave. 

Officers arrived and spoke with the victim / 
complainant Robert Sorokach. Robert stated that 
he was assaulted by his wife Antonina Sorokach 
(42). Officers observed visible marks on the 
victim. Officers took the wife Antonina into 
custody and she was charged with domestic 
violence .

Antonina was transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0766 07 
Date: 07/24/2019 23:50:00


Suspicious person
1278 Stewart Rd.


Caller/Complainant:  Craig, Ptl.


While on patrol in the area of Stewart Rd. and 
Depot St., officer observed two young male riding 
their bikes in the roadway.

Officer made contact with the juveniles as well as 
their parents. The juveniles were turned over to 
their parents and officer cleared. Nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0765 07 
Date: 07/24/2019 22:55:00


Medical
1133 Prospect St


Police responded to a male subject that fell 
outside and was unable to get up. 

Officer arrived on scene to assist FD and EMS . 
The victim was later transported by KLG to Salem 
Hospital for further evaluation. Officer cleared 
nothing further.


Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department 
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0763 07 
Date: 07/24/2019 18:05:00


Neighbor complaint
1133 Prospect St., #10A


Police responded to the 1100 block of Prospect 
St. for a report of a neighbor dispute. 

Police spoke with both parties and advised them 
to stay away from each other.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0761 07 
Date: 07/24/2019 09:54:00


Vehicle fire
250 Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: David Carter


Officer responded to a report of a vehicle fire at 
250 Benton Rd. Officer arrived and found a Tan 
2002 Ford Focus (HAU7181) owned by Juanita 
Carter of Salem parked unoccupied on fire. 

Perry Twp FD extinguished the fire without 
incident. The owner of the vehicle stated that her 
and her husband (caller) noticed the vehicle's 
radio smoking and immediately pulled over. Once 
the vehicle stopped, the vehicle caught on fire. 

Owner stated that her vehicle was insured 
through Geico. Kaiser Towing was requested by 
the owner to tow the vehicle from the scene.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0758 07 
Date: 07/23/2019 05:45:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Depot Rd.@ Marion



Police responded to the above 
location for a car vs. deer 
accident report. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the 
operator Clara Trautman who 
was driving her 2017 Jeep 
Compass grey in color 
Northbound on Depot Rd. when 
a deer entered the roadway 
causing her to strike the 
deer. 

The vehicle was towed from 
the scene by Kaiser Towing 
due to the damages which 
police documented with 
photographs. 

Police issued the operator a 
report number for her 
insurance company. Once the 
vehicle was loaded on the 
truck police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0757 07 
Date: 07/22/2019 20:18:00


Threats or harassment
Blossom Nursing Home


Caller/Complainant: Blossom


Police were dispatched to 
Blossom Nursing Home for a 
male that was giving the 
nurses problems while they 
were trying to give his 
mother medication. Joe 
Endicott was not allowing the 
nurses to give his mother the 
medication she was ordered to 
receive from the doctor. 

Police were able to speak 
with Joe and he agreed to 
leave the property until he 
calmed down because he did 
not want to witness it. Joe 
later contacted police and 
asked if it was ok if he went 
back to see his mother and 
was told he was allowed by 
Blossom as long as he did not 
cause a scene.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0756 07 
Date: 07/22/2019 18:46:00


Welfare Check
1143 W. Perry St, #304


Police were dispatched to 
1143 West Perry St to conduct 
a welfare check on a male by 
the name of Cliffton Thyarion 
who earlier stated to his 
online teacher from Gran 
Canyon University he was 
wanting to harm himself. 

Police were unable to make 
contact with Cliffton at that 
time. Columbiana County 
Sheriff's office was able to 
reach Cliffton by phone who 
stated he was just upset that 
the College took advantage of 
him and took his GI money. He 
refused to speak with an 
officer but was made aware 
that if he needed to speak 
with someone to contact Perry 
Township PD.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0750 07 
Date: 07/20/2019 14:50:00


Investigate complaint
1133 Prospect Street



Police responded to the 1100BLK of Prospect 
Street for possible drug activity. 

Police arrived on scene and spoke with 2 
suspects, police searched the vehicle police found 
no contraband. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0755 07 
Date: 07/22/2019 00:55:00


Assist other unit
2378 SR45


Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the above address as 
requested by the Columbiana County Sheriffs 
Office for a 911 hang up. It was advised that 
someone by the name of "Sam" called 911 and 
hung up. 

Police spoke with the home owner at the above 
address who advised that no one by that name 
lives there and that he did not know anything 
about any 911 calls.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0754 07 
Date: 07/21/2019 20:41:00


Medical
523 Bethel DR


Police were dispatched to 523 Bethel DR for a 
male that had fell from possibly having a stroke. 

Upon arrival police met a Gerald Beiling who was 
awake but unable to speak clearly. Gerald was 
transported to Salem Regional by KLG to be 
examined.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0753 07 
Date: 07/21/2019 19:29:00


Welfare Check
Dollar General


While sitting stationary on West State St Police 
were approached by a female concerned about a 
child left unattended at Dollar General. 

Police were able to make contact with the child 
who was just sitting in the car waiting for his 
mother to come outside. The mother walked out 
shortly after police arrived and stated she was 
able to see her son from the window of the store. 


Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0752 07 
Date: 07/20/2019 22:58:00


Suspicious person
62 Bypass near Jennings


Police spoke with Dustin Martin that was walking 
north bound on the U.S. 62 bypass near 
Jennings. Dustin was walking down the middle of 
the road. Dustin stated he was walking to Sebring 
from Fresh Mark. 

Dustin did not have a cell phone on his person or 
phone number to make a call to get a ride. Dustin 
was transported west on Benton Road and 
dropped of at the jurisdiction line.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0751 07 
Date: 07/20/2019 23:58:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
401 Springdale St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem P.D.


Police were dispatched to 401 Springdale Street 
for a report of an ATV traveling up and down the 
roadway. 

Police arrived on scene and seen an ATV in the 
driveway of 401 Springdale Street but did not 
make contact with the owner.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0749 07 
Date: 07/20/2019 12:48:00


Trespassing Complaint
1288 W. Perry St.


Caller/Complainant: Hal Barcey


Police responded to the 1200 blk of W. Perry St. 
for a report of a unwanted subject. 

Upon arrival police spoke with thecomplainant 
who advised that a women walked into their 
residence and won't leave. Police made contact 
with the female, who advised that she was 
homeless and stopped at the residence to use the 
bathroom. The homeowner advised that they did 
not want to pursue charges and only wanted the 
subject to leave. 

Police were able to find a place for the female to 
stay and provided her with transportation.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0748 07 
Date: 07/20/2019 12:29:00


Trespassing Complaint
1235 Conser Dr.


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Conser Dr. for 
a report of a subject trespassing. Upon arrival it 
was found that the subject had left prior to police 
arrival. Police spoke with the complainant to 
contact police if the subject returned.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0747 07 
Date: 07/20/2019 00:56:00


Domestic complaint - Arrest Made
1367 Highland Ave.


Police were dispatched to the above address for a 
domestic violence incident. 

Upon arrival police spoke with one of the two 
victims Stacy Tomor (44) Salem Ohio who 
advised that she was assaulted by her brother 
Timothy Tomor and that Timothy also assaulted 
her son. Police did observe visible markings on 
both Stacy and her juvenile son. 

Police then spoke with Timothy Tomor about what 
had occurred and found him to be the primary 
physical aggressor and arrested him on two (2) 
counts of domestic violence for striking his sister 
and his nephew both leaving visible injuries in 
which police documented with photographs. 

Upon Mr. Tomors arrest police placed Tomor in 
the back of the patrol unit and transported him to 
the Perry Township Police STORY so that 
charges could be typed. While on station Mr. 
Tomor was verbally aggressive towards officer. 

Once charges were done being typed police 
transported Mr. Tomor to the Columbiana County 
Jail where he was released. 

Police did aslo leave witness statement forms with 
both victims and the witnesses. They advised they 
would drop off the statements off later on todays 
date.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0746 07 
Date: 07/19/2019 17:52:00


Unwanted Subject
410 Benton Rd, #A1


Police responded to a report of an unwanted 
subject. Kacey Rohaley stated that Jeff Winters 
came to the residence, but left prior to police 
arrival. 

Winters was unable to be located. Officer cleared 
with nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0745 07 
Date: 07/19/2019 17:04:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
SR344 @ Salem grange road


Police responded to a report of a gas leak. 

Upon arrival Officer observed a vehicle that lost 
its gas tank and 32 gallons of gas upon the road 
way. FD cleaned the area and the vehicle was 
towed from the scene. 

Officer cleared with nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0744 07 
Date: 07/19/2019 12:56:00


Medical
Dollar Store


Police along with Perry Twp. FD responded to the 
Dollar General store on E. Pidgeon for a 
employee that was injured while unloading 
supplies off a semi tractor trailer when the storage 
cart tipped over injuring the employee. 

KLG ambulance transported the female to Salem 
Hospital for evaluation of injuries.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0743 07 
Date: 07/19/2019 11:29:00


Sex offense
Salem Acres, 1133 Prospect St., #19B


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. 
for a reported sex offense. This incident is under 
investigation.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0731 07 
Date: 07/14/2019 20:06:00


Suspicious person
880 Georgetown Rd


Caller/Complainant: Carrie Denton


Police were contacted by a Carrie Denton and 
advised there was a female staying in her woods 
for the past couple days. 

Police met Carrie and the female identified as 
Sarah Hudson at the dead end of Elberon Ave. 
Sarah stated she has been trying to find a job 
around the area and had been staying in the 
woods on Carrie's property. Sarah stated she 
knew a couple people in Salem and would check 
if she was able to stay with them for the time 
being.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0730 07 
Date: 07/14/2019 08:20:00


Suspicious person
1735 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Sgt Boyd


Police responded to a report of a suspicious 
person. 

Upon arrival, Officer made contact with a Robert 
Spaulding. Spaulding stated that he was on his 
way home and was enjoying the sun. 

Officer cleared nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0729 07 
Date: 07/14/2019 00:01:00


Medical
750 Michigan Blvd


Police responded to the above address for a 
medical lift assist. It was advised from the 
complainant that her husband was intoxicated and 
that she could not get him to stand up. 

Upon arrival, police along with the Perry Township 
Fire Dept. was able to get the individual up but 
noticed a few cuts on his forehead. 

EMT Ambulance Services responded to the scene 
and subsequently transported the male individual 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center so that he 
could be treated for his injuries .

Once the male was loaded up into the ambulance 
all first responder personnel cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924 
Christopher Helsel 929


External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service 
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0728 07 
Date: 07/13/2019 22:56:00


Investigate complaint
1234 Conser Dr


Police were dispatched to 1234 Conser Drive to 
assist Annette Jermolemko. Annetee locked 
herself out of her house. 

Police arrived on scene and called Perry 
Township fire Department. Perry Township Fire 
Department arrived on scene and gained access 
through the attic. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0727 07 
Date: 07/13/2019 17:42:00


Assist other unit
597 Michigan BLVD


Caller/Complainant: EMT


Police responded to the 500BLK of Michigan 
BLVD to assist EMT ambulance service with a 
juvenile. Police arrived on scene and spoke with 
the residents and the juvenile. The juvenile 
cooperated with police and EMT service. The 
juvenile was transported to Boardman Akron 
Children's Hospital. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0726 07 
Date: 07/13/2019 16:48:00


Traffic offense - Arrest Made
Georgetown Road/Cider Mill


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police made a traffic stop on a vehicle with the 
male driver being Gary Sheen Jr (42) of Beloit, 
Ohio. Gary Sheen Jr. was taken into custody for 
an active warrant for animal cruelty M2. Mr. 

Sheen Jr was transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail. Mr. Sheens vehicle was taken from 
the scene by his wife.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0725 07 
Date: 07/13/2019 01:50:00


Suspicious vehicle
Logue Monument Co.


Caller/Complainant: Sanford


Police observed a vehicle at the above business 
with no one inside. Police also observed someone 
to be inside of the business .

Police made contact with the owner who advised 
he was working late. Police verified that he was in 
fact an owner of the business.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0724 07 
Date: 07/12/2019 20:08:00


Investigation or follow up
1129 W. Perry Street


Police were dispatched to 1129 W. Perry Street to 
attempt to make contact with Sierra Cotrell. 
Dispatch advised that there is a counselor 
speaking with her husband Jacob Cotrell. The 
counsoler stated that Jacob has made several 
threats that he is going to kill his wife. the 
counselor stated that she is getting Jacob 
checked into a hospital. 

Police arrived at the residence to attempt to make 
Sierra aware of the threats but know one was 
home. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0723 07 
Date: 07/12/2019 22:19:00


Traffic offense
159 West 9th Street


Police were traveling north bound on N. Ellsworth 
Road near west 9th Street. Police observed Corey 
Catania on his bicycle traveling south bound in 
the middle of the road swerving back and forth. 
Police turned around in a driveway to attempt to 
talk to Corey. Corey tried to get away from police. 
Police stopped Corey and spoke with him in the 
driveway of 159 west 9th Street.

Police advised Corey that he was being stopped 
because he was riding in the middle of the 
roadway with no lights on his bike at night. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0722 07 
Date: 07/12/2019 06:05:00


Property damage accident
1729 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to a report of a train verses a 
passenger car. Upon arrival, Officer made contact 
with a female victim. female victim was 
complaining of pain and transported to the 
hospital for evaluation of injuries. 

Citations are pending and the vehicle was towed 
from the scene and Officer cleared with nothing 
further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service 
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0721 07 
Date: 07/12/2019 03:43:00


Stolen vehicle
1722 Goshen Rd


Police responded to 1722 Goshen Rd regarding 
the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Police 
made contact with complainant, Daniel Glista Jr. 
who stated that his vehicle was taken by his live in 
girlfriend Bobbi Crookston. Glista stated that 
Crookston did not have permission to use said 
vehicle. 

Crookston was driving said vehicle and was 
involved in an accident. The vehicle was later 
recovered by the Ohio State Troopers. 

Officer cleared with nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0711 07 
Date: 07/10/2019 15:30:00


Medical
1639 Franklin Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatched to 1639 Franklin Ave for a 
male who fell off the roof while cleaning gutters. 
When police arrived KLG had already had the 
male ( Spencer Hulett) ready to be taken to St 
Elisabeth to be examined.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 Yes
Richard Kimble 922



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0710 07 
Date: 07/10/2019 14:37:05


Suspicious person
701 Michigan Blvd


Caller/Complainant: Patrick Curran


Police spoke with complainant reference a male 
subject who identified himself as an employee of 
the EPA and that he was giving his wife a hard 
time over the house numbers being outdated. The 
male was elderly and no vehicle description at this 
time. 

Complainant believes this to be some type of 
scam.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0709 07 
Date: 07/10/2019 11:43:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
1337 Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: Frank Cook III


Officer took a fraud/identity theft report on station. 
The complainant stated that he received a phone 
call today from a company by the name of LPI. 
The complainant stated that LPI informed him that 
he owed them money for a tanning bed that he 
had purchased from them. 

The complainant advised LPI that he had never 
purchased a tanning bed from them and someone 
had used his identity to purchase the tanning bed. 
The complainant stated that LPI needed a police 
report releasing him of the fraudulent purchase.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0708 07 
Date: 07/10/2019 08:02:00


Assist other Agency
1570 Highland


Caller/Complainant: Cleveland, PD


Police requested by Cleveland PD to check on a 
vehicle for them in reference to a hit skip accident. 

Police spoke with the owner and determined that 
the vehicle was not the vehicle involved.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0707 07 
Date: 07/10/2019 05:43:00


Reckless Operator
Michigan Blvd


Caller/Complainant: Melissa Edwards


Police got reports of a reckless driver in the above 
area. It was advised from the complainant that the 
vehicle was driving erratically. Police checked the 
area from SR14 Benton Rd to US62 W. State St. 
making negative contact with any vehicles in the 
area. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0706 07 
Date: 07/09/2019 21:15:00


Speak with Officer
1041 Beechwood Rd


Caller/Complainant: Blakeman, JR


The complainant called wanting to speak with an 
officer. Officer responded and spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant advised that there 
has been a death in the family and other family 
members are posting harassing messages on 
their Facebook posts. 

The complainant did not have any contact 
information for the female suspected of 
commenting on the families posts of Facebook.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0705 07 
Date: 07/09/2019 16:08:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
US 62/SR 45 bypass @ Goshen Rd


Officers responded to a two vehicle accident with 
no injuries on US 62/SR 45 bypass at Goshen Rd. 
Officers found that Unit #1 a Maroon 2004 Nissan 
Altima driven by JUVENILE (16) of Salem was 
traveling southbound on US 62/SR 45 bypass 
approaching Goshen Rd. Unit #2 a Blue 2014 
Chevy Cruze driven by Kaitlynn Wilson -Keener 
(27) of North Jackson was traveling northbound 
on US 62/SR 45 bypass approaching Goshen Rd. 
Unit #1 failed to yield and turned left striking Unit 
#2.

No injuries were reported at the scene. Both 
vehicles sustained disabling damage and were 
towed from the scene by Sinsley's Towing. 

Unit #1 was issued a citation for failure to yield left 
turn and advised that he would be notified by mail 
for Juvenile Court.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0704 07 
Date: 07/09/2019 04:53:00


Suspicious person
1008 Stewart Rd


Caller/Complainant: Kim Blazer


Police responded to the above address for 
unknown subjects standing outside of the 
complainant's window. Upon arrival police 
checked the exterior of her residence and her out 
buildings showing no one to be in the area. Police 
also checked other streets in the area showing no 
one there as well. 

Police advised the complainant that if she hears 
anything further to call the police so that we could 
come out and check again. After checking the 
area and yielding negative results police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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PUBLISHED 3:33PM July 11, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0702 07 
Date: 07/08/2019 13:44:00


Neighbor complaint
416 Springdale St.


Caller/Complainant: Sarah Karlen



Officer responded to a report of a neighbor 
problem at 398 Springdale St. Officer spoke with 
the complainant by phone and she stated that her 
neighbor is looking in her windows while she is in 
the house. The complainant stated that he stands 
on the fence line to look into the windows. 

Officer made contact with the neighbor, Christian 
Dowdy, at 398 Springdale St. Officer advised Mr. 
Dowdy of the complainant and he stated that he 
wasn't doing it on purpose. Mr. Dowdy claimed he 
watches the neighbor's dog when its in the back 
yard. Officer advised Mr. Dowdy to stop looking 
into the neighbor's windows. 

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0703 07 
Date: 07/08/2019 19:07:00


Fire
Prospect St


Police were dispatched to check on a fire behind 
a house on Prospect St. 

Police checked the area and was only able to 
locate a fire pit with smoke from ashes. The burn 
was legal and police cleared the call without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0707 07 
Date: 07/10/2019 05:43:00


Reckless Operator
Michigan Blvd


Caller/Complainant: Melissa Edwards, Alliance, 
Oh



Police got reports of a reckless driver in the above 
area. It was advised from the complainant that the 
vehicle was driving erratically. 

Police checked the area from SR14 Benton Rd to 
US62 W. State St. making negative contact with 
any vehicles in the area. Police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0706 07 
Date: 07/09/2019 21:15:00


Speak with Officer
1041 Beechwood Rd


Caller/Complainant: Blakeman, JR


The complainant called wanting to speak with an 
officer. Officer responded and spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant advised that there 
has been a death in the family and other family 
members are posting harassing messages on 
their Facebook posts. 

The complainant did not have any contact 
information for the female suspected of 
commenting on the families posts of Facebook.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0705 07 
Date: 07/09/2019 16:08:00


OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
US 62/SR 45 bypass @ Goshen Rd


Officers responded to a two vehicle accident with 
no injuries on US 62/SR 45 bypass at Goshen Rd. 
Officers found that Unit #1 a Maroon 2004 Nissan 
Altima driven by Toby Zeigler (16) of Salem was 
traveling southbound on US 62/SR 45 bypass 
approaching Goshen Rd. Unit #2 a Blue 2014 
Chevy Cruze driven by Kaitlynn Wilson -Keener 
(27) of North Jackson was traveling northbound 
on US 62/SR 45 bypass approaching Goshen Rd. 
Unit #1 failed to yield and turned left striking Unit 
#2.

No injuries were reported at the scene. Both 
vehicles sustained disabling damage and were 
towed from the scene by Sinsley's Towing. 

Unit #1 was issued a citation for failure to yield left 
turn and advised that he would be notified by mail 
for Juvenile Court.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0704 07 
Date: 07/09/2019 04:53:00


Suspicious person
1008 Stewart Rd


Caller/Complainant: Kim Blazer


Police responded to the above address for 
unknown subjects standing outside of the 
complainant's window. Upon arrival police 
checked the exterior of her residence and her out 
buildings showing no one to be in the area. Police 
also checked other streets in the area showing no 
one there as well. 

Police advised the complainant that if she hears 
anything further to call the police so that we could 
come out and check again. After checking the 
area and yielding negative results police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0691 07 
Date: 07/05/2019 12:20:00


Assist other unit
Georgetown Rd. at SR 45


Caller/Complainant: Highway Patrol



Police responded to the area of Georgetown Rd. 
at SR 45 to assist the Highway Patrol with 
attempting to stop a fleeing motorcycle. 

Upon arrival police were notified that Highway 
Patrol had lost sight of the motorcycle. Police 
searched the area with negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0701 07 
Date: 07/07/2019 22:06:00


Noise Complaint
570 W. Pidgeon Street


Police responded to the area of 570 W. Pidgeon 
Street for a report of fireworks going off. Police 
arrived in the area and discovered multiple 
houses were lighting off fireworks. Police could 
not locate were the fireworks were coming from.
 
Police made an announcement over the P.A. 
system and fireworks stopped. Police cleared 
without further incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0700 07 
Date: 07/07/2019 20:12:00


Reckless Operator
204 Apple Street


Caller/Complainant: Theresa Williams


Police responded to 204 Apple Street for a report 
of a reckless driver. Police arrived on scene and 
spoke with Theresa Williams . Theresa stated 
there was a vehicle doing 90 MPH up and down 
Apple Street. Theresa stated it was a vehicle built 
for the drag strip. Theresa stated she was worried 
about one of her cats getting hit by the vehicle. 

Police searched the area but did not locate the 
vehicle. Police cleared without further incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0699 07 
Date: 07/07/2019 17:47:00


Assist other Agency
486 Hikory Lane


Police checked on Salem PD at 486 Hickory Lane 
who was responding to a domestic call, Police 
stood bye until Salem units cleared.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0698 07 
Date: 07/07/2019 11:23:00


Welfare Check
741 Main St


Police were requested to conduct a welfare check 
on a juvenile at 741 Main St. The mother of the 
child stated she was unable to make contact with 
her daughter and the child's custodial 
grandmother for 3 days. 

While police were at the residence the juvenile 
and Grandmother returned home from a camping 
trip they took with family. The child's mother was 
made aware and police cleared the call without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0697 07 
Date: 07/06/2019 19:49:00


Traffic offense - Citation Issued
S Lincoln Ave @ Pembrooke Drive


Caller/Complainant: Smith, Officer


Police conducted a traffic stop on S. Lincoln Ave 
at Pembrooke Drive on a 2015 Chevy Cruze 
(white) and found the operator/owner Jeffrey 
Manley (29) of Canton, Ohio to be operating the 
vehicle with an expired registration. 

Police asked Mr . Manley if police could search 
his vehicle do to prior drug charges, Mr. Manley 
consented to a search. After a search of the 
vehicle Mr. Manley was issued a citation for 
expired registration and two minor misdemeanors 
citations. one for marijuana and the other for drug 
paraphernalia. 

Mr. Manley has a mandatory court date of 
07/09/2019 in Columbiana County Municipal.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0696 07 
Date: 07/06/2019 10:14:00


Speak with Officer
1320 Southridge Dr


Caller/Complainant: Jeanne Wright


Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of 
Southridge Dr to speak with a Jeanne Wright 
about fireworks debris in her yard .

Jeanna was just wanting to make officers aware 
this is the first year debris has gotten in her 
neighborhood and was just concerned about it 
possibly starting a fire in the future. Police cleared 
the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0695 07 
Date: 07/06/2019 00:08:00


Possible Impaired Driver
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.


Caller/Complainant: OSP


Police responded to the 1800 block of S. Lincoln 
Ave. for a report of an intoxicated driver. Police 
followed the vehicle to the township limits and 
observed no violations.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0694 07 
Date: 07/05/2019 22:02:00


Noise Complaint
1715 Chestnut Grove Rd.



Police responded to the 1700 block of Chestnut 
Grove Rd. for a report of fireworks. Police spoke 
with the resident and advised them to stop. They 
advised they would.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0693 07 
Date: 07/05/2019 19:45:00


Investigate complaint
320 Benton Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Traina Eloise



Police responded to a report of a downed wire. 
Upon arrival, Officer made contact with the 
complainant. Complainant stated that she noticed 
a wire down and wanted to know who to call. 

Officer observed the writing fiber optic cable 
stamped on the wire . Complainant stated that 
she would call spectrum to have it fixed. Officer 
cleared with nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0692 07 
Date: 07/05/2019 15:17:00


Medical
Salem Acres


Police, Perry Twp. FD and EMT Ambulance 
responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. for a 
reported unresponsive female.

Upon arrival police found that the female was 
again responsive and was transported to the 
Salem ER by EMT Ambulance.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0690 07 
Date: 07/05/2019 07:14:00


Property damage accident
109 Blossom Lane, OH 44460


Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Headley



Police called to a minor accident in the parking lot 
of Blossom Nursing Home involving 2 employees. 

Unit # 1 operated by Jessica Allen age 32 of E. 
Rochester was backing up and struck Unit # 2 
owned by Jennifer Headley age 45 of Salem. 

Minor damage to both vehicles showing only scuff 
marks in the paint.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0689 07 
Date: 07/04/2019 23:26:00


Welfare Check
1639 SR 344


Caller/Complainant: Tiffani Stubblefield



Officer responded to 1639 SR 344 for a requested 
welfare check. The complainant could not get a 
hold of her ex -husband, Spencer Hulett. The 
complainant wished for an officer to check on her 
two children ages 9 and 10. 

Officer made contact with the two kids and 
observed them to be fine. Officer cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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PUBLISHED 11:08AM July 8, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0688 07 
Date: 07/03/2019 21:50:00


Juvenile complaint
1032 Colonial Dr.


Police responded to the 1000 block of Colonial 
Drive for a report of two juveniles sitting in a yard. 
After speaking with Goshen PD it was found the 
two juveniles ran away from the Sharon Lynn 
Home. 

Police met Goshen PD at the Sharon Lynn Home 
to return the juveniles.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0683 07 
Date: 07/03/2019 05:36:00


Suspicious vehicle
1247 Benton rd


Police responded to a report of a suspicious 
vehicle described as a 4 door silver car . Upon 
arrival, officer was unable to locate any vehicle in 
the area or surrounding area matching that 
description. 

Officer cleared nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0685 07 
Date: 07/03/2019 16:43:00


Animal complaint
1429 Johnson Ave


Caller/Complainant: Julie Miller



Police responded to the 1400 blk of Johnson Ave 
for a report of a loose dog and children running 
through yards. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
complainant who advised that they were cleaning 
their camper and observed a loose dog and 
children running through their yard. 

The complainant advised that they told the 
children to take the dog home and they did. Police 
spoke with the dog owner who lives in the 500 blk 
of Michigan Blvd. The owner advised that the dog, 
a puppy, snuck out of the residence when the 
children went outside to play and the children ran 
over to catch the dog.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0681 07 
Date: 07/02/2019 18:00:00


Assault
410 Benton Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Heath Thibedeau


Police spoke with the complainant on station in 
reference to an assault that occurred on 6/30/19.
 
This matter is under investigation.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0687 07 
Date: 07/03/2019 20:18:00


Assist other Agency
2366 E. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were requested to assist Salem PD for a 
reckless driver. Police spoke with the driver in the 
parking lot of a business who checked to be ok.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0686 07 
Date: 07/03/2019 17:35:00


Assault
US 62/45 near Goshen Rd.


Caller/Complainant: William Marshall


Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in 
reference to an alleged assault that took place on 
US 62/45 near Benton Rd. in a vehicle. The 
complainant advised that his roommate hit him in 
the face with a beer bottle while they were driving 
home to Warren. 

The complainant advised that he has a large cut 
on his chin that needs stiches. 

Police advised the complainant that he needed to 
come to the station so police could take a 
statement and document his injuries. The 
complainant advised that he would try and find a 
way to the station.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0684 07 
Date: 07/03/2019 11:59:00


Reckless Operator
W. State St near the bypass


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to the area of W. State St and 
the bypass for a report of a reckless operator. 

Officer checked the area and heard radio traffic 
that the suspect vehicle, a Black Oldsmobile 
(GHM8965), was observed west on US 62 in 
Damascus.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0682 07 
Date: 07/02/2019 18:29:00


Felony warrant - Arrest Made
2198 N. Ellsworth Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Hank


Police were taking statements in reference to call 
number 19-0681. The female witness, Tammy 
Lynn Brent (37) of 966 S. Freedom Ave. Alliance, 
OH, was found to have an active felony warrant 
out of Mahoning County for misuse of a credit 
card .

Tammy was taken into custody without incident 
and transported to the Columbiana County Jail.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0680 07 
Date: 07/02/2019 14:10:00


Injury accident - Citation Issued
SR 45 at interchange


Caller/Complainant: Boardman TWP


Police responded to US62/SR45 at the 
interchange for a vehicle that drove off the dead-
end of the bypass. James Brown (72) of 
Johnstown Pennsylvania was travelling North on 
US62/SR45 and failed to control the vehicle and 
drove off the roadway. 

Mr. Brown had minor injury's and was transported 
to Salem Regional Medical Center. Mr. Brown was 
issued a citation for failure to control and given a 
court date of 07/16/2019 in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. 

Sinsley's Towing removed the vehicle from the 
scene.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMS - Damacus
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0679 07 
Date: 07/02/2019 12:48:00


Animal complaint
555 Marion Ave


Police responded to 555 Marion Ave for an animal 
complaint. Police spoke with the home owner and 
police were advised that a raccoon was laying in 
the back yard. 

Police checked and the raccoon had ran off. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0678 07 
Date: 07/02/2019 11:09:54


Neighbor complaint
1120 N. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Karen Aldum


Officer responded to a report of a neighbor 
problem at 1120 N. Lincoln Ave. Officer arrived 
and spoke with the complainant. The complainant 
stated that her neighbor at 1192 E. 11th St Don 
Stapleton cut her bushes on her fence. The 
complainant stated that they want the bushes 
uncut on the fence for privacy. 

The complainant also stated that he left all the 
trimmings lying in the yard and he will eventually 
put them into their yard. 

Officer made contact with Mr. Stapleton. Mr. 
Stapleton stated that he did not do anything 
wrong. Mr. Stapleton stated that the bushes were 
growing out from the fence onto his property. Mr. 
Stapleton stated that he would be collecting the 
trimmings that he cut and throwing them in the 
garage. 

Officer advised him of throwing the trimmings 
back into his neighbor's yard.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0677 07 
Date: 07/01/2019 20:37:00


Recovered property
789 Carriage Hill Dr


Caller/Complainant: Det. Sheetz


Police were contacted by Det. Sheetz from Salem 
Pd and advised he found a wallet in the middle of 
S. Lincoln. 

Police were able to make contact with the owner 
of the wallet who was located in Perry Township. 
The wallet was returned and police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0676 07 
Date: 07/01/2019 15:50:00


Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
Salem Acres


Officer responded to Salem Acres apartment 23A 
for a male subject that had an active warrant. 
Officer found that the male subject was Nicholas 
Chapman and the warrant was confirmed. Officer 
arrived and found Mr. Chapman inside of 
apartment 23A. 

Mr. Chapman did comply and was taken into 
custody for his outstanding warrant for failure to 
appear for DUS. Mr. Chapman was transported 
back to the station to a wait for a Deputy Sheriff. 
Mr. Chapman was released to a Deputy for 
transport to the County Jail.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0675 07 
Date: 07/01/2019 14:24:00


Suspicious vehicle
1852 SR 9


Caller/Complainant: Jessica Shellenbarger


Officer responded to a report of a suspicious 
vehicle in the 1800 block of SR 9. The 
complainant stated that a subject in a Black Ford 
F-150 with a trailer going door to door. 

Officer checked the area but could not locate the 
stated vehicle.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0674 06 
Date: 06/30/2019 22:38:00


Assist other unit
Howard St & W. State


Caller/Complainant: Perry Twp PD


Police observed a Semi truck on Howard Road in 
the City of Salem, strike a live power line with the 
trailer. Officer notified dispatch of the live power 
line laying in the roadway and conducted a traffic 
stop on said Semi truck. Officer turned the traffic 
stop as well as the live power line over to Salem 
PD and Officer assisted with the traffic stop. 

Salem PD Officer cited the driver and officers 
cleared with nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0672 06 
Date: 06/30/2019 19:00:00


Investigate complaint
IGA
Meadow Ln


Police responded to the area of Meadow Ln 
behind Old IGA regarding low wires hanging from 
a pole. Upon arrival, Officer observed what 
appeared to be a cable line hanging. 

Dispatch was given the pole number of # 99oN-
192 and advised to contact the proper authorities 
regarding the wire. 

Officer cleared with nothing further.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0665 06 
Date: 06/29/2019 11:46:00


Vehicle Lock Out
Circle K (South)


Caller/Complainant: Donna Martin


Police were flagged down by a subject in the 
parking lot of Circle K (South) on S. Lincoln Ave. 
The complainant advised that they locked their 
keys in the vehicle while running in the parking lot. 

The owner signed a waiver of damages and 
police were able to gain entry into the vehicle 
through the driver's door.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0673 06 
Date: 06/30/2019 19:48:00


911 hang-up
1708 Devionshire Dr.


Police responded to a report of an open line 911 
hang-up. Officer made contact with the home 
owner David and Mary Gray.

Both advised they were ok and further stated that 
the phone was in David's pocket and accidentally 
called 911. 

Officer cleared with nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0671 06 
Date: 06/30/2019 15:47:00


Noise Complaint
1874 Allen Dr.


Police were flagged down by a concerned citizen 
regarding a noise complaint. Citizen stated that 
there are continues gun fire and loud exhaust in 
the area of his residence. 

Officer responded to that area of said residence 
but were unable to locate any noise. 

Officer cleared with nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0670 06 
Date: 06/30/2019 14:32:00


Recovered property
1965 N Ellsworth Ave


Police responded to a report of found property. 
Officer made contact Cindy Kane who found a 
wallet while cutting grass. 

Officer cleared and the wallet was later placed in 
lost and found.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0669 06 
Date: 06/30/2019 01:40:50


Investigate complaint
Cry Baby Bridge


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol police observed a vehicle parked 
on Egypt Road at Cry Baby Bridge. Police made 
contact and found the individuals to have written 
permission to be on the property. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0668 06 
Date: 06/30/2019 01:14:00


Animal complaint
SR 45 S of Kent State


Police were flagged down reference a horse on 
the roadway. It was advised that it was just South 
of Kent State Salem. 

Police observed the horse in a yard near the 
roadway. Police spoke with a female at a 
residence close by who advised she knows whos 
horse it belongs to and that she will contact them. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0667 06 
Date: 06/29/2019 19:38:00


Animal complaint
360 Springdale Ave


Police were dispatched to 360 Springdale Ave for 
a raccoon that was in the residence. Police were 
able to remove the raccoon without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0666 06 
Date: 06/29/2019 14:53:00


Suspicious person
911 Andrew Ave


Caller/Complainant: Nancy Coie


Police were dispatched to the area of Andrew Ave 
for a suspicious male with tattoos claiming to be 
with a power company.

Police checked the area a spoke with the 
complainant who stated the male headed towards 
West Perry St. Police checked the area and were 
unable to make contact.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0664 06 
Date: 06/28/2019 22:34:00


Suspicious vehicle
Egypt Road / Cry Baby Bridge


Police responded to Egypt Road on cry baby 
bridge for a suspicious vehicle. Police arrived on 
scene and spoke with the driver of the vehicle, 
The driver stated she was just trying to get 
scared. 

The driver was advised that the bridge was 
private property . The driver was asked to leave 
and not come back. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0663 06 
Date: 06/28/2019 23:33:44


Medical
2334 N. Ellsworth Ave.


Police responded to 2334 N. Ellsworth Ave. for a 
female, Debbie Mcvay 62 years of age the fell 
down her set of stairs. 

Police arrived on scene with Perry Township Fire 
Department. Debbie was transported to Salem 
Hospital. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0661 06 
Date: 06/28/2019 23:18:17


Fire department needed
1150 E. Highland Ave.


Police responded to 1150 E. Highland Ave. for a 
tree that was on fire. Police arrived on scene and 
discovered a tree branch fell on the power line 
and caught the tree on fire. 

Perry Township Fire Department arrived on 
scene. The fire caused a transformer to blow 
shutting power off to the street.  As a result the 
fire went out. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0660 06 
Date: 06/28/2019 18:57:22


Traffic jam/road blocked
N. Lincoln / S.R. 62 bypass


Police responded to N. Lincoln Ave. near the 
State Route 62 Bypass for a tree blocking the 
roadway. Police arrived on scene and discovered 
a tree blocking the south bound lane. Perry 
Township Fire Department removed the tree from 
the roadway .

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0659 06 
Date: 06/28/2019 03:58:00


Suspicious person
1808 Depot Rd


Police responded to a report of a subject laying on 
the ground. 

upon arrival Officer made contact with the subject 
who was identified as Dennis Paytas. Paytas 
stated that he was walking home, got tired and 
took a nap. Paytas continued home and Officer 
cleared with nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0658 06 
Date: 06/28/2019 02:10:00


Suspicious person
Benton Rd & Bypass


Caller/Complainant: PD, Goshen


Police responded to a report of a female subject 
walking down Benton Rd west from the bypass. 
Officer arrived and checked the area but were 
unable to locate anybody. 

Officer cleared nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0659 06 
Date: 06/28/2019 03:58:00


Suspicious person
1808 Depot Rd


Police responded to a report of a subject laying on 
the ground. 

upon arrival Officer made contact with the subject 
who was identified as Dennis Paytas. Paytas 
stated that he was walking home, got tired and 
took a nap. Paytas continued home and Officer 
cleared with nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0658 06 
Date: 06/28/2019 02:10:00


Suspicious person
westbound Benton Rd & Bypass


Police responded to a report of a female subject 
walking down Benton Rd west from the bypass. 
Officer arrived and checked the area but were 
unable to locate anybody. 

Officer cleared nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0657 06 
Date: 06/27/2019 18:24:00


Animal complaint
1881 Cliff Dr.


Caller/Complainant: Craig Straub



Officer responded to an animal related call at 
1881 Cliff Dr. Officer arrived and spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that his 
juvenile son found a dead raccoon in their back 
yard. 

The complainant stated that his wife observed a 
male at 718 Stewart Rd placing a pie pan out by a 
tree in the back yard. The unknown male picked 
up the deceased raccoon and also picked up at 
least three more placing them in the back on a 
truck. The complainant is concerned that their 
nine year old son will touch one of the raccoons or 
touch the liquid in the pie pan. 

Officer went and spoke with the homeowner at 
718 Stewart Rd (Darlene OHara). Officer advised 
the homeowner to have the unknown male that is 
taking care of her raccoon problem on her 
property to place the pie pan in a better spot 
because of the juvenile.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0656 06 
Date: 06/27/2019 17:05:00


Neighbor complaint
Salem Acres, 1133 Prospect St, #5B



Caller/Complainant: Joseph Messenger


Officers responded to Salem Acres apt 5B to 
speak with the complainant reference problems 
with the 14 year old neighbor. Officers found that 
the 14 year old juvenile male at 10 A shot the 
complainant's son with a nerf gun and left a welt 
on his chest . The complainant wished for officers 
to speak with the child. 

Officers spoke with the 14 year old male juvenile 
and advised him to stay away from the 
complainant's son.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0655 06 
Date: 06/26/2019 22:35:00


Assist other Agency
400 block of N. Howard Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 400 block of N. Howard 
Ave. to assist Salem PD with a domestic call. 
Police could not locate any persons involved.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0654 06 
Date: 06/26/2019 19:10:00


Animal complaint
718 Stewart Rd.


Police responded to the 700 block of Stewart Rd. 
for an animal complaint. The resident advised a 
raccoon appeared sick and was in her tree. The 
raccoon could not be located.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0653 06 
Date: 06/26/2019 17:06:00


Civil Complaint
369 Lake Ave


Caller/Complainant: Michael Hitt


Police responded to the 300 blk of Lave Ave for a 
report of a dispute between roommates. Upon 
arrival police spoke with the complainant who 
asked if police would stand by while their 
roommate removed items from the residence. 

Police advised the complainant that police do not 
do civil standbys. Police spoke with both 
roommates who advised that they would be civil 
during the moving process.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0652 06 
Date: 06/26/2019 02:34:00


Investigate complaint
1122 Elberon Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Larry Senior


Police responded to the above address to speak 
with the complainant reference his garage door 
being open possibly by unknown subjects. The 
complainant stated when he let his dogs out he 
noticed it. The complainant advised he didn't see 
anyone and nothing appeared to be out of order. 

Police checked the area to see if anyone was 
outside walking. Police made negative contact 
with anyone.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0650 06 
Date: 06/25/2019 06:43:00


Alarm drop
1091 Georgetown Rd.


Caller/Complainant: 21st Century


Police responded to the above address for an 
alarm drop. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
homeowner who advised it was set off accidental. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0649 06 
Date: 06/25/2019 03:44:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1851 Goshen Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Snyder


Police responded to the above address for one to 
be removed. Upon arrival to the residence police 
were met by the complainant and the subject who 
was to be removed. 

It was advised from the male subject that the 
complainant had his cell phone and would not 
give it back. The complainant stated she did not 
have his cell phone. Police advised the subject 
that his phone is not at the residence and that he 
needs to leave to avoid further incident. The 
subject complied and left upon request. 

The complainant did request information on how 
to obtain a restraining order, police did advise her 
of her options.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0648 06 
Date: 06/24/2019 23:38:00


Open door
Southwest Fuels


Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police responded to the above address for an 
open door. Police checked the interior of the 
building finding no one inside or nothing 
disturbed. Police resecured the door and cleared.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0647 06 
Date: 06/24/2019 22:04:00


Domestic complaint
Arrest Made
1133 Prospect Street, #8A


Police responded to 1133 Prospect Street 
apartments for a domestic complaint. Police 
arrived on scene and spoke with, Brittany Oesch 
(31). Miss Oesch stated her fiancé Jeremy Fristik 
started to verbally abuse her, then physically 
abuse her. Miss Oesch stated her daughter 
skyped her grandma Lynn Ross and she called 
police. 

Police forced entry into the residence after Mr. 
Fistik attempted to use his children as a shield. 
Jeremy Fristik who was intoxicated became 
verbally abusive and refused to be placed under 
arrest. Mr. Fristik stated to police he did nothing 
and was sleeping with his children. 

Mr. Fristik had to be hobble do to his resisting 
arrest after kicking the cruiser door several times. 

Mr. Fistik was transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail on multiple charges. Miss Oesch was 
transported to Salem ER with multiple injury's. 
Police Gathered statements from Miss Oesch and 
will be forwarding information to the prosecutor.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Richard Kimble 922
Michael Emigh 921
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0646 06 
Date: 06/24/2019 19:15:00


Investigate complaint
635 E Pine Lake


Police responded to the 635 E Pine Lake Road for 
suspicious activity. Police spoke with the residents 
and found nothing out of the ordinary. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0645 06 
Date: 06/24/2019 18:58:00


Fire
519 Georgetown Road


Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to 519 Georgetown Road for a 
smoke/fire complaint. Police arrived and found a 
large bonfire of trash burning in the woods. 

Police notified dispatch and Perry Township Fire 
Department responded.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0644 06 
Date: 06/24/2019 17:58:49


Speak with Officer
1000 Blk of Liberty


Caller/Complainant: David Wardle



Police spoke with complainant reference possible 
subjects living in a abandoned house on Liberty 
with out any power. 

The complainant was advised that the police 
would check into it to see who owns the 
residence.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921





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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0643 06 
Date: 06/24/2019 15:47:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1700 Blk of N.Lincoln Ave


Police requested to check for wires down in the 
1700 Blk of N. Lincoln Ave. Police located cable 
wires hanging from a tree and along the road. 

The wires appeared to be cable wires with the 
marking from Time Warner. The wires were 
removed and placed along the road until repairs 
could be made.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0642 06 
Date: 06/24/2019 13:10:00


Medical
1934 S. Lincoln Ave, #4


Officer responded to a possible heart attack at 
1934-4 S. Lincoln Ave. Officer arrived and found 
Perry Twp FD and KLG on scene. 

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0641 06 
Date: 06/24/2019 11:05:00


Investigate complaint
1603 Chestnut Grove Rd


Caller/Complainant: Pat Bergman


Officer spoke with the complainant on station in 
reference to a scam. The complainant stated that 
her and her husband where scammed by an 
unknown male by the name of Jerry Young of A-1 
Asphalt Maintenance. The complainant stated that 
they were quoted a price for paving the driveway 
by Jerry Young prior to starting the job. Once the 
driveway paving was complete, Jerry Young 
wanted a higher amount than quoted. 

The complainant wrote Jerry Young a check by 
later stopped payment on that check. The 
complainant wanted a report on file for concerns 
of Jerry Young showing back up at their 
residence.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0640 06 
Date: 06/23/2019 22:00:00


Assist other unit
East State St


Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Perry Township Pd assisted Salem Pd in stopping 
an intoxicated driver who was driving recklessly 
through town. The subject was eventually stopped 
on East State St and had to be removed from the 
vehicle. Salem Pd performed field sobriety tests 
on the subject. 

Perry Township cleared the call after the subject 
was placed into custody and was no longer 
needed.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0630 06 
Date: 06/21/2019 09:47:00


Suspicious person
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.


Police called to check on a male subject who had 
been sleeping in his car for over 30 minutes and 
that the business was concerned. 

Prior to police arrival the subject woke up and 
drove away.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0638 06 
Date: 06/23/2019 14:48:09


Disabled vehicle
South Linocln Ave


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol police noticed a disabled vehicle 
on South Lincoln Ave near Circle K on E Pidgeon 
Road. Police spoke with the owner/operator and 
he stated that Kaiser Towing was in route. 

Police stood by until Kaiser Towing arrived.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0639 06 
Date: 06/23/2019 21:27:00


Assist other unit
Cunningham Rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Police were requested by Salem PD to assist in 
locating a juvenile who left their residence. The 
juveniles phone was pinged in the area of 
Cunningham Rd and Butcher road. 

Police assisted in searching for the juvenile until 
located by Salem. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0637 06 
Date: 06/23/2019 01:15:00


Investigate complaint
Arrest Made
Georgetown Rd @ SR45


Police responded to the above area for a report of 
an older male subject riding a motorized scooter 
down the street. 

Upon arrival police observed the male in question 
on said scooter. Police spoke with the individual 
later identified as Paul Phillips (61) LKA: 11700 
State Route 644, Kensington Ohio, who advised 
him and his girlfriend had gotten into an argument 
so he went for a drive on his scooter. After 
running Paul through dispatch it was discovered 
that he had an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County for Failure to Appear on Driving Under 
Suspension. 

While speaking with Phillips on scene he stated 
his scooter tipped over and that he hurt his back. 
Police had an ambulance respond to the scene so 
that he could be evaluated. Mr. Phillips signed a 
release from from EMT and stated he did not want 
to go to the hospital due to the fact that they 
wouldn't be able to do anything for him there. 

Once EMT cleared Mr. Phillips was taken into 
custody and transferred over to a Columbiana 
County Deputy at the scene. 

Sinsley's Towing also responded to the scene to 
tow the scooter.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0636 06 
Date: 06/22/2019 23:01:00


Welfare Check
1722 Goshen Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Police responded to the above address to do a 
welfare check on a female subject who lives there 
who was making comments about harming 
herself. Upon officer arrival police spoke with the 
female about the things she had been saying in 
which again she stated she did want to harm 
herself. 

Police had an ambulance respond to the scene so 
that the female could get evaluated at the 
hospital. The female stated she would go 
voluntarily. Police cleared once EMT transported 
the female.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0635 06 
Date: 06/22/2019 17:24:00


Animal complaint
1569 Van Buren Ave


Police responded to the 1500BLK of Van Buren 
Ave for an animal complaint. Police were advised 
by Salem Hospital that a dog had attacked the 
mailman earlier in the day. 

Police spoke with the home owner and advised 
them to keep the animal quarantined for 10 days. 
Police notified the dog warden of the attack do to 
not having papers or rabies tags.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0634 06 
Date: 06/22/2019 15:17:00


Fire
867 Cunningham Road


Caller/Complainant: Gwen Minamyer


Police responded to 800BLK of Cunningham 
Road for a neighbor dispute over a fire. Police 
arrived and spoke with the complainant and the 
Perry Township Fire Department. 

Police advised the complainant that the neighbor 
was within his legal rights to have a fire.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0633 06 
Date: 06/22/2019 14:07:00


Animal complaint
983 Benton Rd


Police were dispatched to 983 Benton Rd for a 
complaint about a neighbors beagle dog on the 
property. Police spoke with Jim Treharn who 
stated he was not sure whos dog it was for sure 
and if the dog came on his property again he was 
going to shoot it. 

Police advised Tim of the laws about causing 
harm to other's animals for no reason and advised 
him not to do so, but to instead call police if the 
animal was to return.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0632 06 
Date: 06/21/2019 19:47:00


Theft
1785 Depot Road


Police responded to 1785 Depot Road for a report 
of theft. Police arrived on scene and spoke with 
Randy Smith 37 years of age. Randy Smith stated 
a few days ago police were called to his house 
because of people camping in a tent on his 
property .

Randy stated his tractor key and his ATV key was 
stolen from the ignition of his equipment. Randy 
stated he thinks the same people that were on his 
property stole the keys. Police cleared without 
further incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0631 06 
Date: 06/21/2019 18:59:00


Assist other Agency
362 N. Lundy


Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Police responded to 362 N. Lundy to assist Salem 
Police Department On a domestic. Police arrived 
on scene and had the scene under control. 

Police then responded to Salem Police 
Department to assist Salem Police Department 
with individuals in their booking room.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0629 06 
Date: 06/21/2019 09:42:00


Reckless Operator
Egypt @ Painter


Caller/Complainant: Richard Scott


Complainant called to report that he was run off 
the road by a Arrow Disposal truck while traveling 
on Painter Road and was forced into a ditch. The 
complainant was uninjured and was able to get 
his vehicle out of the ditch. 

The complainant did contact the company and left 
a message for them to call him.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0630 06 
Date: 06/21/2019 09:47:00


Suspicious person
Circle K, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Police called to check on a male subject who had 
been sleeping in his car for over 30 minutes and 
that the business was concerned. Prior to police 
arrival the subject woke up and drove away.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0629 06 
Date: 06/21/2019 09:42:00


Reckless Operator
Egypt @ Painter


Caller/Complainant: Richard Scott


Complainant called to report that he was run off 
the road by a Arrow Disposal truck while traveling 
on Painter Road and was forced into a ditch. The 
complainant was uninjured and was able to get 
his vehicle out of the ditch. The complainant did 
contact the company and left a message for them 
to call him.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0628 06 
Date: 06/20/2019 21:40:00


Alarm drop
Andrews Cycle


Police responded to a business in the 700 block 
of Benton Rd. for an alarm drop. Police checked 
the exterior of the building finding everything to be 
secure. 

No keyholder was responding and police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0627 06 
Date: 06/20/2019 19:15:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1500 block Egytp Rd.


Police responded to the 1500 block of Egypt Rd. 
for are a report of a tree in the roadway. Perry FD 
and Ohio Edison responded to the scene. Police 
stood by until the roadway was cleared.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925
Richard Kimble 922



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0626 06 
Date: 06/20/2019 17:15:00


Suspicious person
RR Crossing at S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Norflok Southern



Police responded to the area of S. Lincoln at the 
Rail Road Crossing for a reported suspicious 
person walking along the tracks. Upon arrival 
police checked the area but were unable to locate 
anyone.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0625 06 
Date: 06/20/2019 17:14:00


Mental
410 Benton Rd., #2


Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for 
a medical issue. Police stood by with KLG 
ambulance until they were no longer needed.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0624 06 
Date: 06/20/2019 14:51:28


Investigate complaint
440 Dayton


Caller/Complainant: Taylor Toothman



Police advised of possible low hanging wires that 
was preventing the trash company to go up the 
road. Police checked and found that the wires 
seemed to be ok. 

Police advised the complainant that they need to 
contact the trash company.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0623 06 
Date: 06/19/2019 23:52:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1138 Liberty St


Caller/Complainant: William Alesi Jr .



Police responded to a report of an unwanted 
subject. Upon arrival officer made contact with the 
reporting party William Alesi Jr . who stated that 
his son William Alesi III was not wanted on his 
property. William Alesi III was given a written 
verbal trespass warning which was signed by 
William Alesi Jr to leave and not to return. 

William Alesi III left said property and officer 
cleared with nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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PUBLISHED 12:25PM JUNE 21, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0622 06 
Date: 06/19/2019 22:34:00


Animal complaint
US 62/SR 45 bypass between just north of W. 
State St


Officers responded to a report of a deceased deer 
lying in the middle of the roadway on US 62/SR 
45 bypass near W. State St.

Officer found the deer and moved it to the side of 
the road.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0621 06 
Date: 06/19/2019 20:20:00


Neighbor complaint
1169 W. Perry St.

Caller/Complainant: Paula May


Police responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. 
for a neighbor complaint. The caller advised a 
neighbor across the street argues with them every 
time they are outside. 

Police spoke with both parties and advised them 
to stay away from each other.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0620 06 
Date: 06/19/2019 18:16:00


Civil Complaint
936 Canterbury Lane


Caller/Complainant: Tyler Wehr


Police spoke with the caller over the phone in 
reference to a civil matter. He advised his child 
was being picked up for visitation and wanted 
police to standby. 

Police advised him it was civil in nature and to 
contact an attorney if there are any violations of 
the visitation.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0619 06 
Date: 06/19/2019 18:12:00


Possible Impaired Driver
Circle K South



Officers responded to a report of an intoxicated 
male at Circle K South. The anonymous caller 
stated that the unknown male was extremely 
intoxicated and had urinated in his pants. The 
caller stated that he had purchased alcohol and is 
now sitting in a Maroon Toyota truck in front of the 
building. Officers arrived on scene and found that 
the vehicle was no longer there. 

Officers checked the area and found the truck to 
be in a driveway on Depot Rd outside the 
township.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0618 06 
Date: 06/19/2019 14:25:00


Investigate complaint
Circle K South


Caller/Complainant: Clerk Circle K South



Officer responded along with the Fire Department 
to a report of a large gas spill at Circle K South. 
Officer stood by while the Fire Department 
cleaned up the spill. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0617 06 
Date: 06/19/2019 08:58:00


Property Damage
S. Lincoln Ave at E. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: ODOT


Police responded to the intersection of S. Lincoln 
Ave at E. Pidgeon Rd. for a report of property 
damage. A worker for Cornerstone Electric was 
installing new traffic lights at the intersection and 
accidentally dropped his wrench striking a 
vehicle's hood. 

The company will be taking care of the damages 
to the vehicle.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0616 06 
Date: 06/19/2019 01:54:00


Investigate complaint
Colian Multi Service


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford


Officer on patrol noticed the motion sensor light 
on at the above business. Police checked the 
interior of the building finding no one inside. 

Police also checked the outside area of the 
business also fining no one. Police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0615 06 
Date: 06/18/2019 20:26:00


Felony warrant
Arrest Made
1133 Prospect Street, #9A


Caller/Complainant: Helsel, Ptl.



Police were attempting to locate Christina Marie 
Seeley. Christina had an active felony warrant for 
Illegal use of supp nutrition program or Wic 
benefits. Police discovered a red Pontiac Sunfire 
traveling down Prospect Street. Christina was 
driving the vehicle. Police followed the vehicle to 
her residence. Police advised Christina that she 
had an active warrant. 

Christina was transferred to the Columbiana 
Sheriffs Office. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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PUBLISHED 8:17AM JUNE 20, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0613 06 
Date: 06/18/2019 11:06:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Depot Road @ Marion


Police called reference a male mowing his lawn 
and blowing the clippings out on the road. Police 
spoke with the male subject and advised him of 
the complaint.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0612 06 
Date: 06/18/2019 07:55:00


Assist other unit
Cidermill RD @ Georgetown


Caller/Complainant: C.C.S.O.



Police requested to assist C.C.S.O. on 
Georgetown RD @ Cidermill for a subject walking 
with a towel over his head. 

Police checked the area and was unable to locate 
anyone.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0611 06 
Date: 06/18/2019 03:33:00


Assist other unit
US62


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford



Perry Twp. Police monitoring Salem PD radio 
traffic heard Salem PD get dispatched to a 
possible location where one of the inmates who 
escaped from the Columbiana County Jail may 
be. Upon their arrival the wanted suspect fled in a 
Silver Sedan. Salem PD attempted to stop the 
vehicle and called it off due to the high rate of 
speed and weather conditions. 

A short time later Perry Twp. Police observed the 
vehicle as he passed Perry Twp. Police at a high 
rate of speed heading west out of town on US62. 
Perry Twp Pd attempted to stop the vehicle and 
called it off also due to the weather conditions and 
high rate of speed .

Officer did observer arcs which appeared to be 
coming from a telephone pool transformer, upon 
officers arrival officer observed the vehicle struck 
a poll at US 62 at Duck Creeck RD. The driver 
had fled the scene prior to officer arrival. 

Perry Twp advised Salem via their radio of the 
crash and they responded to the scene. Perry 
Twp Police officer and Salem PD checked the car 
for anyone inside which was empty. 

Perry Twp. Police along with Salem PD, 
Columbiana County Sherriff's Office and Goshen 
PD set up a perimeter of the crash shutting down 
all crucial access points so that K9 Argo could 
respond to the scene for a search of the area 
which yielding negative contact with anybody. 
After the search with K9 Argo all police personnel 
cleared while The Ohio State Highway Patrol 
handled the vehicle crash.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD
Salem City - Salem Police Department
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0610 06 
Date: 06/18/2019 03:04:00


Suspicious person
300 Blk of South Ellsworth Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford


Perry Twp. Police was traveling northbound on S. 
Ellsworth Ave. when a suspicious person was 
observed in what appeared to be a hospital gown. 
Police advised Salem PD of the male. Perry Twp. 
stood by while Salem Police spoke with the male. 

The individual advised he was recently 
discharged from the hospital and the hospital 
gave him the gown to wear home due to his 
original clothing smelling bad. Police sent the man 
on his way home.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0609 06 
Date: 06/18/2019 01:05:00


Reckless Operator
South on SR45


Police responded to the above area for reports of 
a reckless driver. It was advised from the 
complainant that there were two vehicles going 
southbound on SR45 who were swerving all over 
the road. 

Police were able to get behind the two vehicles 
and observed no violation on either vehicle. Police 
cleared scene without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0608 06 
Date: 06/17/2019 19:52:00


Disabled vehicle
US62 SR45 near Benton


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol Police located a disabled vehicle 
on US62 SR45 near Benton Road. Police stood 
by until AAA arrived.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0607 06 
Date: 06/17/2019 15:46:00


Neighbor complaint
1203 Depot Rd


Caller/Complainant: Rick Hickman



The complainant Rick Hickman attempted to 
make a report about problems with his neighbor 
Ryan Armstrong at the Civil office at the Sheriff's 
Office. The complainant was referred to this office 
to make a report. 

Officer attempted to make contact with the 
complainant by phone. Officer had no contact by 
phone with the complainant and left a message to 
call the office.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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PUBLISHED 1:16PM JUNE 18, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0606 06 
Date: 06/17/2019 00:14:00


Livestock on roadway
800 Blk Cunningham Rd.


Police responded to the above area to look for 
two cows on the roadway. Upon arrival police 
searched making negative contact with any cows. 
The owner was notified of the cows and he 
advised he would get them back in the barn. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0605 06 
Date: 06/16/2019 22:31:00


Noise Complaint
1169 W Perry St


Police responded to the area of 1169 W. Perry St 
for a report of loud noise. Upon arrival officer was 
unable locate any loud noise in the area. Officer 
drove around for several minutes in the area still 
yielding negative results. 

Officer cleared with nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0603 06 
Date: 06/16/2019 21:54:00


Narcotics complaint
1133 Prospect st


Police responded to Salem Acres for a report of 
illegal drug activity. Upon arrival officer was 
unable to locate any illicit activities in the area. 
The information obtained was later forward to 
Detective.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0599 06 
Date: 06/15/2019 00:53:00


Juvenile complaint
Egypt Road / Cry Baby Bridge


Caller/Complainant: Perry Township Police



Police discovered six Juveniles on Cry Baby 
Bridge. Police stopped to attempt to speak with 
the juveniles and they ran east bound. Police 
cleared without further incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0604 06 
Date: 06/16/2019 22:15:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Lincoln Ave @ Snyder Rd

Caller/Complainant: Lindsay Ellis


Police responded to a report of a car vs deer 
accident. Upon arrival officer made contact with 
the victim Lindsay Ellis who was uninjured. Ellis 
stated that she was traveling northbound when a 
deer struck her vehicle causing minor damage. 

Photos and a report was taken and officers 
cleared with nothing further.




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0602 06 
Date: 06/16/2019 05:11:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1514 State Blvd.


Police responded to the above address reference 
a tree down in the roadway blocking the street. 
Upon arrival police observed the tree in the 
roadway and had dispatch contact the Perry Twp. 
FD to have them respond to the scene due to 
having live powerlines down with the tree. The FD 
responded and advised dispatch to contact Ohio 
Edison so that the could come out and deal with 
the powerlines. 

Police cleared from the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0601 06 
Date: 06/15/2019 23:23:00


Noise Complaint
1804 Newgarden Road


Police responded to the 1800BLK of Newgarden 
Road for a noise complaint. Police spoke with the 
resident and advised them to turn down the 
music.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0600 06 
Date: 06/15/2019 12:10:00

Civil Complaint
1133 Prospect St.


Caller/Complainant: Kyle Knepper


Police spoke with a male complainant, via 
telephone, in reference to a child custody issue. 
The complainant advised that his ex-girlfriend is 
keeping his children from him during his 
scheduled time. 

The complainant was advised of his options with 
the courts.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0598 06 
Date: 06/15/2019 00:24:00


Investigate complaint
Brittany Ln @ Plymouth Pl


Caller/Complainant: Mark Hissom 


Police responded to the above intersection for a 
report of the stop sign being struck by a vehicle. 
Upon arrival police observed the sign in he 
roadway. Police removed the sign from the 
roadway and had dispatch get ahold of the Perry 
Twp Street Department so that the sign could be 
put back into the ground. 

The complainant was unable to get a license plate 
number or vehicle description.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0597 06 
Date: 06/14/2019 23:06:05


Welfare Check
1208 West Perry Street


Police responded to 1208 West Perry Street, for a 
welfare check. Police arrived on scene and spoke 
with Gary Ritchie. Gary stated him and his dad, 
Gary Ritchie Sr. got into an argument and he had 
to restrain him. Gary stated his dad has Dementia 
. Gary stated his dad uses the stove and leaves it 
on. 

Police spoke with Gary Sr. Gary Sr. stated 
everything was okay and that sometimes he 
argues with his son. Gary Sr. stated he was going 
to go to bed for the night. 

Gary stated his dad cut his arm with his nail. Gary 
did not want to press charges. Gary stated there 
wont be any further problems for the night.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0596 06 
Date: 06/14/2019 21:17:00


Suspicious person
Arrest Made
US 62/45 bypass near Benton Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer observed a male and a female walking on 
the US62/SR 45 bypass. Officer turned around to 
make contact with the subjects and they turned 
and walked the other way. Officer stopped both 
subjects on Benton Rd at Florida Ave. Officer 
checked warrants on both subjects. Officer found 
both subjects to have warrants. 

The male, Gordon Harrelson (43) of Freeport, had 
two warrants out of the pick up radius. The 
female, Dawn Johnson (47) of Salem, had two 
active warrants out of this county. One warrant 
was a felony indictment for possession of drugs 
and the other was a misdemeanor warrant for 
failure to appear for possession of a drug 
instrument. 

Ms. Johnson was taken into custody for the two 
warrants and transported back to the station to 
await transportation from the Sheriff's Office. Ms. 
Johnson was turned over to a Deputy for transport 
to County Jail.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0595 06 
Date: 06/14/2019 17:50:00


Investigate complaint
1234 Conser Dr.


Caller/Complainant: Annette Jermolenko



Police received a call on station from Annette 
Jermolenko. Annette stated her son, Timothy 
Howard and her filed a protection order on Alroud 
Lashanda but he has not been served yet buy 
Stark County Sheriffs Office. Annette stated they 
filed the protection order because Alroud came 
into her house without knocking and has been 
threatening Timothy. 

Annette stated Alroud is continuing to contact 
Timothy via text messages and phone calls. 
Annette stated Alroud is asking Timothy to get 
back together and come and pick up the kids. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s) 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0594 06 
Date: 06/14/2019 11:37:00


Assault
Quaker Mfg.


Police spoke with a female complainant, on 
station, in reference to an assault that took place 
in the 100 blk of Georgetown Rd. at her place of 
employment. The complainant advised that their 
ex -girlfriend became upset with her over a recent 
breakup and attacked her in the bathroom of her 
employment causing numerous injuries and 
possibly causing her to lose her job. 

The complainant advised that they do not wish to 
pursue charges at this time, but needed 
information on how to file for a protection order. 

Police gave the complainant all contact 
information they needed for the protection order.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0593 06 
Date: 06/14/2019 01:15:00


Theft
Circle K south


Police responded via phone call to a report of a 
possible theft of money while at circle K south. 
Officer made contact with Ron Smalley via phone 
call. Smalley stated that he told a female friend of 
his that she could have his change from a 
purchase he made at circle K. 

Smalley stated that she took the $1.16 change. 
Smalley stated that he meant she could have the 
16 cents and he wants his dollar back. 

Smalley was advised this is not theft and was 
given future advise regard this type of situation.

officer cleared with nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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PUBLISHED 9:26AM JUNE 17, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0587 06 
Date: 06/12/2019 19:40:00


Domestic complaint
Arrest Made
1760 Depot Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Kim James


Police received a complaint of a fight from a 
vehicle in the 1700 block of Depot Rd. The 
complainant advised a vehicle pulled into their 
driveway and two subjects got out and were 
fighting. The vehicle then left northbound towards 
the City. 

Police met the vehicle at Salem PD where it was 
found a domestic dispute occurred. After speaking 
with all parties involved Alyssa L. Woods (18) LKA 
456 W. Martin St. East Palestine, OH and 
Rebecca L. Thompson (39) LKA 672 Lisbon 
Canfield Rd. Salem, OH were arrested for 
Domestic Violence both with visible injuries. 
Rebecca Thompson also had an active warrant 
for assault out of Columbiana County Municipal 
Court. 

Photos of the injuries of both parties were taken. 
Salem PD assisted in transporting a female to jail 
to keep them separated.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0586 06 
Date: 06/12/2019 09:55:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
SR 45 bypass @ SR 9


Caller/Complainant: Post 15


Officer responded to a reported two vehicle 
accident with no injuries on the SR 45 bypass at 
SR 9. Officer arrived and found that Unit #1 a 
Blue 2018 Mazda CX5 driven/owned by Diana 
Batta (70) of North Jackson was southbound on 
the SR 45 bypass. Unit #2 a Red 2009 Ford 
Focus driven/owned by Christina Thomas (45) of 
Salem was stopped at the traffic signal headed 
south on the SR 45 bypass at SR 9. Unit #1 failed 
to stop for stopped traffic and struck the rear of 
Unit #2.

Unit #1 reported no damage and Unit #2 reported 
minor damage. Unit #1 was cited for ACDA and 
given a court date of 06-27-19 at 0830 hours in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. Both 
vehicles were driven away from the scene.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0585 06 
Date: 06/12/2019 07:52:00


Vandalism
355 Plymouth Pl


Caller/Complainant: Michael Chmura



Officer responded to a report of vandalism. Officer 
arrived and spoke with the complainant that 
stated that someone had drove through his yard. 
The vehicle tracks went through his front yard into 
the back yard of 269 Apple St. 

The complainant reported no damage to his yard.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0584 06 
Date: 06/11/2019 19:33:00


Juvenile complaint
400 block Idaho Ave.


Police responded to the 400 block of Idaho Ave. 
for a report of juveniles playing around a pond. 
The caller was concerned for the safety of the 
juveniles. 

Police checked the area and was unable to locate 
anyone.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0583 06 
Date: 06/11/2019 14:53:00


Reckless Operator
US62 W. State Street


Police responded to US62 West State Street for a 
report of a reckless driver. Police stopped the 
vehicle and spoke with the owner/operator and 
found the rear tire to be almost flat. The 
owner/operator stated to police the car was 
swaying back and forth .

Police advised the owner of the flat tire. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0582 06 
Date: 06/11/2019 13:29:00


Assist other Agency
1557 New Garden Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Dog Warden, Matthew


Officers responded to 1557 New Garden Ave to 
assist the Columbiana County Dog Warden. 
Officers arrived and stood by with the Assistant 
County Dog Warden while is spoke with the 
resident. 

The Dog Warden issued five citations for dog 
licenses and removed the five dogs from the 
residence. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0581 06 
Date: 06/11/2019 12:20:00


Alarm drop
1410 W. State St


Caller/Complainant: Simply Safe


Officer responded to a report of a residential 
alarm at 1410 W. State St. Officer arrived and 
spoke with the homeowner's grandson. 

He stated that he did not turn the alarm off in time. 
The grandson was on a lunch break from Stadium 
GM.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0580 06 
Date: 06/11/2019 11:11:00


Recovered property
1505 Depot Road


Police responded to 1500BLK of Depot Road for a 
report of a bicycle found in a yard. Police 
recovered the bicycle and have it stored at the 
Perry Township Police STORY.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0579 06 
Date: 06/10/2019 18:47:00


Disabled vehicle
Citation Issued
SR45 US62 E @ BYPASS


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police stopped to check on a possible disabled 
vehicle on SR45US62 East at the bypass. Police 
found the passenger Virgil L. Baird (51) outside 
the vehicle urinating. Police also noticed an open 
container on the passenger side of the vehicle. 

Mr. Baird was issued a minor misdemeanor 
citation for open container in a motor vehicle with 
a court date of 6/14/2019 in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0578 06 
Date: 06/10/2019 19:28:44


Theft report
176 Georgetown Road


Caller/Complainant: Daniel Kaiser


Police responded to 100BLK of Georgetown Road 
for a report of theft. Police arrived and spoke with 
the complainant who advised that sometime 
between 9AM-4PM an unknown person(s) stole 
two chainsaws from the garage.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0577 06 
Date: 06/10/2019 18:03:00


Animal complaint
1228 Beechwood Road


Police responded to 1228 Beachwood road for a 
sick possum. Police arrived on scene and 
dispatched the possum. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0576 06 
Date: 06/10/2019 16:43:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Egypt Road


Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to Egypt Road for a report of a 
tree in the roadway. Police arrived and found the 
tree to be in Goshen Township. 

Police advised dispatch and stood by until 
Goshen Police arrived.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0575 06 
Date: 06/10/2019 00:38:00


Suspicious vehicle
Circle K, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford


Police checked on a suspicious vehicle at the 
above location. Upon walking up to the vehicle 
police noticed a male subject sleeping inside the 
vehicle. Police were able to wake up the individual 
and speak with him. The subject advised his 
vehicle had broken down and he was waiting on 
arrangements so that the vehicle could be 
removed from the business. 

Police spoke with the clerk who was working and 
she advised she had no problem with the vehicle 
and the male subject being until he was able to 
have someone come remove the vehicle. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0545 06 
Date: 06/03/2019 13:52:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
W. State @ Indiana


Police called to a 2 vehicle MVA on W. State @ 
Indiana they vehicles involved had moved to the 
parking lot of a business . Unit # 1 operated by 
Alfonzo J Matias Hernandez age 39 of Salem who 
was traveling east on W. State and failed to see 
Unit #2 operated by Richard Steves age 38 of 
Salem who was stopped in traffic on W. State. 

Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 from behind causing 
damage to both vehicles. 

Police issued a citation to Mr. Hernandez for 
ACDA and set a court date of 06-10-19. Both 
vehicles driven from the scene.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0555 06 
Date: 06/05/2019 02:53:00


Juvenile complaint
SR45


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z. Sanford


Officer on patrol noticed a female walking along 
side SR45. Police made contact with a juvenile 
individual who advised she was walking home to 
a residence on W. Pidgeon Rd. 

Police gave the juvenile a ride home and spoke 
with her grandmother and cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0554 06 
Date: 06/04/2019 23:47:00


Stolen vehicle
Freshmark


Caller/Complainant: Freshmark Security


Police responded to the above business for a 
vehicle theft report. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the victim who advised that the last time she had 
seen her vehicle was when she had first gotten to 
work. 

While speaking with the victim and security at the 
plant, it was advised that a tow truck had came 
and repossessed said vehicle in which it was 
confirmed through the repo log in dispatch. Police 
gave the complaint numbers so that 
arrangements could be made to possibly get her 
vehicle back.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0553 06 
Date: 06/04/2019 23:10:00


Noise Complaint
1804 Newgarden


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. Upon arrival police heard loud 
music coming from a garage.

Police made contact with the individuals inside 
and advised them to turn the music down for the 
evening. 

The subjects advised they were going to be done 
for the evening. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0552 06 
Date: 06/04/2019 22:47:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1800 block of Depot Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 1800 block of Depot Rd. 
for a report of hay in the roadway. Police along 
with a passerby were able to remove the debris 
from the roadway.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0551 06 
Date: 06/04/2019 17:46:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
339 W. 14th St

Caller/Complainant: Patty Bosworth


Officer responded to a report of one to be 
removed at 339 W. 14th St. Officer arrived and 
spoke with the complainant. The complainant 
stated that she wanted her contractor removed 
from her property. The complainant stated that 
there was a disagreement between her and the 
contractor about money. 

Officer spoke with the contractor Shane Endicott 
and his father Elmo Endicott. They stated that 
they wanted to finish the job so they got paid. 
Officer advised the both of them that the money 
issue was a civil matter and they had to leave if 
the owners did not want them there any longer. 

Elmo went and spoke with the complainant and 
the two came to an agreement. The contractor 
remained on the property to finish the job and 
officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0550 06 
Date: 06/04/2019 13:56:00


Animal complaint
907 Cunningham Rd


Caller/Complainant: Kirk Poffenberger


Officer responded to 907 Cunningham Rd for a 
report of a loose cow in his yard. Officer arrived 
and spoke with the complainant that stated that 
the bull must have went back across the fence 
into the pasture. 

Officer could see fresh cow manure along with 
large hoof tracks in the yard. The complainant did 
state that he texted the owner of the cow (Hepfner 
1001 Cunningham). The owner texted back and 
stated that he would have someone check on the 
cows.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0549 06 
Date: 06/03/2019 20:40:15


Suspicious person
Old Farm RD`


Police were dispatched to the area of Old Farm 
RD for a suspious person standing in the tree line. 
Police checked the area and were unable to make 
contact with the individual.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0548 06 
Date: 06/03/2019 17:33:00


Theft
884 Stewart Road


Caller/Complainant: David Collins


Police spoke with David Collins who reported that 
he believes his ex girlfriend took some jewelry 
from a safe around 3 weeks ago when they broke 
up. The female is believed to live in the E. 
Liverpool area. 

Complainant advised to check the local pawn 
shops to see if they may have been pawned.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0547 06 
Date: 06/03/2019 16:56:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
1339 N. Lincoln Ave


Police checked on parking complaint reference 
mowing company parking on the road. Police 
checked and found that orange cones had been 
placed and the vehicle was not a problem to 
people approaching the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0546 06 
Date: 06/03/2019 16:06:00


Civil Complaint
1360 W. State


Caller/Complainant: Robert Berg


Police spoke with Robert Berg who advised police 
that he has a vehicle located at 1360 W. State 
and that the trailer park manager has blocked his 
vehicle in apparently for no reason and refuses to 
let him have it. 

The manager of the trailer manager Michael Criss 
called in to report that Mr. Berg owes money . Mr. 
Berg was advised to call his lawyer and take the 
manager to court it was a civil issue.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0544 06 
Date: 06/03/2019 01:03:00


Suspicious vehicle
Crossroad Ministries


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle at the above 
location. Officer spoke with the individuals inside 
of the vehicle who advised they were just leaving 
a friends house and was letting the vehicle warm 
up. 

Police advised them to move along.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0531 05 
Date: 05/31/2019 10:29:00


Property Damage
US 62/SR 45 bypass


Caller/Complainant: Jocelyn Rice


Officer responded to 986 Salem Parkway East 
(Lowery Tool & Die) for a report of property 
damage. Officer spoke with the complainant, 
Jocelyn Rice. The complainant stated that she 
was northbound on the US 62/SR 45 bypass 
around the overpass when a semi truck headed 
southbound kicked up something hitting her 
windshield. 

The complainant's White 2009 Pontiac G6 
(GXR8436) sustained damage to the windshield. 
The complainant stated that her insurance is 
through Geico.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0541 06 
Date: 06/02/2019 16:04:00


Civil process
1133 Prospect St, #5b


Caller/Complainant: Beth Hays


Police responded to a report of a custody 
problem. Upon arrival officer made contact with 
the reporting party Beth Hays. Hays was inquiring 
information regarding the custody matter of her 
son. Hays was advised to contact the court 
regarding the matter due to being a civil issue. 

Officer cleared with nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0544 06 
Date: 06/03/2019 01:03:00


Suspicious vehicle
Crossroad Ministries


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z Sanford


Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle at the above 
location. Officer spoke with the individuals inside 
of the vehicle who advised they were just leaving 
a friends house and was letting the vehicle warm 
up. 

Police advised them to move along.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0542 06 
Date: 06/02/2019 19:25:00


Vandalism
1947 Goshen Rd


Caller/Complainant: Carol Planisky



Police responded to a report of a vandalism of a 
mailbox. Carol Planisky the reporting party stated 
that some unknown person knocked her mailbox 
over. 

Officer took photos of the damage and cleared 
with nothing further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0543 06 
Date: 06/02/2019 23:10:00


Animal complaint
SR45 n of Georgetown


Police responded to the above area for a dead 
deer in the roadway. Upon arrival police removed 
the deer from the roadway and cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0539 06 
Date: 06/01/2019 19:15:00


Disabled vehicle
Beechwood Rd


While on patrol police came across a disabled 
vehicle on Beechwood Rd , police spoke with the 
vehicle owner who stated his tire fell off while 
heading home. The vehicle owner stated he 
contacted AAA who was in route . 

Police cleared without incident




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0536 06 
Date: 06/01/2019 14:29:00


Theft
Blossom Nursing Home


Caller/Complainant: Kaileigh Olmstead


Police were dispatched to Blossom Nursing Home 
for a female stating someone took money from 
her purse while she was at work. Kaileigh 
Olmstead stated she was working at Blossom and 
placed her purse in a room that was unlocked and 
when she went back a couple hours later she 
discovered her money was missing from her 
wallet. She was unsure of the exact amount but 
knows it was over $200. 

Kaileigh does not know who took the money and 
there were no cameras present .



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0533 05 
Date: 05/31/2019 17:54:00


Juvenile complaint
832 Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: Krista Little



Police responded to a report of a runaway 
Juvenal from 832 Benton Rd. Officer arrived and 
spoke with the mother Krista Little where she 
advised that the juvenile left the residence around 
1:00 to 2:00 pm. Little stated that she did not 
know why or where she went. 

Officer obtained information about (JUVENILE) 
and later entered her in to LEADS as a missing 
/runaway.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0540 06 
Date: 06/02/2019 03:24:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
S.Lincoln @ the tracks



Police responded to the above area for flooding 
due to the heavy rainfall. Police had Perry Twp 
Rd. Department respond to the scene to put up 
high water signs. Norfolk Southern was also 
advised due to the tracks being flooded.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0538 06 
Date: 06/01/2019 17:16:00


Property damage accident
Georgetown Rd


Police were dispatched to Georgetown rd for a 2 
car accident. Upon arrival police met with both 
drivers Samuel Pickens (26) from Louisville and 
Patrick Blaho (49) from Louisville who both stated 
that there was very minor damage to their 
vehicles and did not wish to have a traffic crash 
report. 

The two drivers exchanged contact information 
and both vehicles were driven from the scene.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0537 06 
Date: 06/01/2019 15:51:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
Colonial Dr


Police were dispatched to the area of Colonial DR 
for atv's and dirtbikes on the road. Police checked 
the area were unable to make contact.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0535 06 
Date: 06/01/2019 12:51:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
N Lincoln Ave



Police were dispatched to the 2300 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave for a 2 car accident with no injuries. 
Unit 1 driven by Brandy Longnecker (38) of 
Minerva was travelling north on N. Lincoln Ave 
when she did not see unit 2 slowing down in front 
of her causing her to strike the back of unit 2 
driven by Jennifer Jones (50) of Poland. 

Both vehicles sustained disabling damage and 
were removed from the scene. Unit 1 was 
removed by Kaiser Towing and unit 2 was 
removed by AAA. 

Brandy was cited for ACDA and given a court date 
of 06-14-2019 and 8:30 am.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0534 06 
Date: 06/01/2019 10:20:00


Juvenile complaint
1375 Chestnut Grove Rd


Police responded to the 1300 blk of Chestnut 
Grove Rd. for a reported missing 14yo juvenile. 
After a short time it was found the juvenile was 
not missing and simply walked to their 
grandmothers residence in the 1000 blk of 
Andrew Ave.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0532 05 
Date: 05/31/2019 17:37:00


Civil Complaint
858 Georgetown Rd.


Not Finished


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0530 05 
Date: 05/31/2019 09:22:00


Threats or harassment
1140 W. Perry St.


Caller/Complainant: April Johnson



Officer responded to a report of threats and illegal 
dumping at 1140 W. Perry St. The complainant 
stated that she is a caregiver for the tenant of the 
stated address. The complainant stated that her 
client wanted to know if the unknown female that 
he observes dump garbage in the dumpster in the 
rear of his residence had permission. 

The complainant stated that she spoke with the 
unknown female today when she showed up in a 
newer Silver truck. The complainant stated that 
the unknown female became irate and threatened 
to do her harm. 

The complainant did not get any registration on 
the vehicle.





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PUBLISHED NOON JUNE 3, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0525 05 
Date: 05/30/2019 05:47:00


Open door
Andrew Cycle


Police responded to an observed open door at 
Andrew Cycle. Officers checked the inside for 
intruders yielding negative results .

The windows and doors were later checked but 
were unable to locate any forced entry. Officer 
secured the door and cleared with no further 
incident.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0526 05 
Date: 05/30/2019 08:15:00


Alarm drop
21st Century


Caller/Complainant: Dynamark Mon.


Police responded to the 800 blk of Main St. for a 
reported commercial alarm drop at a local 
business. Upon arrival police found that the alarm 
was set off by workers who were loading their 
trucks for the day.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0524 05 
Date: 05/30/2019 02:23:00


Speak with Officer
Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: Karen Buchanan



Police were advised to contact Karen Buchanan 
of Santee, SC via phone regarding her adult 
daughter, Ashley Sekely of Salem, OH. Officers 
made contact with Karen at which time, she was 
concerned and want to know options. 

Karen was given options and officers cleared 
nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0523 05 
Date: 05/29/2019 21:23:00


Assist other Agency
1100 block of E. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Salem PD requested police to assist with a hit 
skip accident with the complainant following the 
suspects vehicle. Police assist Salem PD with a 
traffic stop in the 1100 block of E. State St. until 
other units got on scene. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0522 05 
Date: 05/29/2019 19:17:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
231 S. Broadway Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Clayton Austin


Police responded to Salem PD to speak with a 
subject in reference to fraud. The complainant 
advised they received text messages telling them 
to purchase moneypak cards and send to them. 

Police advised the complainant it was a scam.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0521 05 
Date: 05/29/2019 13:52:00


Welfare Check
W. Pidgeon Rd @ Bethel Dr.


Officer responded to the area of W. Pidgeon Rd at 
Bethel Dr for a report of a female with a dog in the 
ditch. Dispatch advised that a female with a white 
dog was in a ditch unknown if she had got hit. 

Officer checked the area but could not find 
anyone.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0520 05 
Date: 05/29/2019 13:43:00


Investigate complaint
N.Lincoln Ave

Caller/Complainant: Multiple


Police checked for complaints reference lawn 
service companies on N. Lincoln Ave blocking 
traffic, The complainants upset that they have to 
drive around the parked vehicles.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0519 05 
Date: 05/29/2019 09:42:00


Investigate complaint
R.R. Tracks east of S.Lincoln



Police along with Salem PD stopped a male 
subject walking on the tracks while wearing head 
phones. The male was stopped and identified and 
advised that he was not allowed to be on the 
tracks.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0518 05 
Date: 05/29/2019 00:33:00


Welfare Check
1217 Highland Ave. W.



Police responded to the above address for a well 
being check. Upon arrival police made contact 
with the female who advised she was fine. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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PUBLISHED 3:03PM MAY 30, 2019
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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0518 05 
Date: 05/29/2019 00:33:00


Welfare Check
1217 Highland Ave. W.


Police responded to the above address for a well 
being check. Upon arrival police made contact 
with the female who advised she was fine. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0517 05 
Date: 05/28/2019 22:16:00


Investigate complaint
1278 Elberon Ave.


A third party caller advised a female drives without 
a valid drivers license every night. Police checked 
the area of Georgetown Rd. and W. Perry St. for 
the vehicle in question. 

After the vehicle could not be located police 
responded to the address and the subject had left 
for the night.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0516 05 
Date: 05/28/2019 18:30:00


Investigate complaint
1203 Depot Road


Police responded to the 1200BLK of Deport Road 
for a neighbor complaint. Police spoke with both 
parties and advised them nothing can be done at 
this time.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0515 05 
Date: 05/27/2019 21:20:00


Telephone Harassment
1133 Prospect Street


Caller/Complainant: Dawn Howe


Police Responded to 1133 Prospect Street Unit 
3B for a report of telephone communication 
harassment. Police arrived on scene and spoke 
with Dawn Howe. Dawn stated her son's father, 
Paul Clauson is threatening to come to their 
house and beat her boyfriend up. 

Police attempted to contact Paul via cellphone but 
did not get an answer. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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PUBLISHED 10:53AM MAY 29, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0513 05 
Date: 05/26/2019 20:57:00


Threats or harassment
1234 Conser Dr



Caller/Complainant: Annette Jermolenko



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Conser Dr for a Annette Jermolenko receiving text 
messages and a phone call from her son's ex 
girlfriend a Lashanda Al'Aroud stating she was 
going to harm her. Annette just wanted a report on 
file just in case Lashanda showed up at her house 
unexpected to confront her. 

Police advised Annette that a report would be 
made and to call if anything further happened.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0507 05 
Date: 05/25/2019 19:11:00


Abandoned vehicle
1913 Egypt Road


Police responded to 1913 Egypt Road for an 
abandoned vehicle. Police arrived on scene and 
discovered someone had left there trailer on the 
home owners property.

Police advised the owner that he could have the 
trailer towed. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0514 05 
Date: 05/26/2019 23:56:00


Noise Complaint
797 Bethel Dr.


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the homeowner and advised him of the complaint. 
The home owner advised he would remain quite 
for the rest of the night. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0512 05 
Date: 05/26/2019 05:50:00


Domestic complaint
N. Ellsworth


Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Police responded to a possible domestic violence 
in front of Real Life, called in by Salem PD third 
party. 

Officers were unable to locate anyone in the 
vicinity so officers cleared with negative contact.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



External Agency(s)
Salem Twp. - Salem Twp. Constable



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0511 05 
Date: 05/25/2019 22:19:00


Investigate complaint
N Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Police responded to North Lincoln Ave for a 
possible drunk drive. Police checked the area 
negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0510 05 
Date: 05/25/2019 22:04:00


Drunk
State Route 9 / Saxton Club



Police responded to State Route 9 and the Saxton 
club for a male walking down the street. Police 
spoke with the male Shawn Blough. Shawn stated 
he had two beers and was just walking. Shawn 
was returned to his residence. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0509 05 
Date: 05/25/2019 19:39:00


Alarm drop
1980 State Route 9


Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the 1980 State Route 9 
(Saxon Club) for an alarm drop. Police checked 
the business and it was secure .

No key hold responded.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0508 05 
Date: 05/25/2019 19:19:00


Investigate complaint
1133 Prosepect Street


Police responded to a possible drug activity in the 
township. The complainant advised the Police of a 
location where drugs are being sold. 

The information was later forwarded to the 
department Detective.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0506 05 
Date: 05/25/2019 16:39:00


Animal complaint
Egypt at Painter


Caller/Complainant: Bruce Williams


Police responded to Painter Road near Egypt 
Road for a deer in the roadway. Police spoke with 
the complainant and was advised he did not hit 
the deer. 

The deer was deceased, police removed the deer 
from the roadway.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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PUBLISHED 12:25PM MAY 27, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0493 05 
Date: 05/20/2019 13:39:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1300 block of N. Lincoln Ave



Officer responded to a report of a lawn service 
truck sitting in the roadway in the 1300 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave causing a road hazard. Officer 
checked the area and found the lawn crew just 
finishing up. 

Officer found that the truck did have road cones 
out to warn on coming traffic.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0490 05 
Date: 05/20/2019 02:22:00


Suspicious vehicle
1120 W. Perry St.


Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious vehicle running in the driveway. Upon 
arrival it was determined that the vehicle belonged 
to the individual who lives there and that he had 
fallen asleep in the vehicle. 

Police spoke with the individual who advised he 
would be going inside. Police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0501 05 
Date: 05/21/2019 23:29:00


Noise Complaint
1203 Depot Rd


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. It was advised that music was 
playing very loudly. Upon arrival police could hear 
the music. 

Police spoke with Rick Hickman and advised him 
to turn the music down so that it was not 
disturbing his neighbor. He stated he would turn it 
down. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0500 05 
Date: 05/21/2019 22:27:00


Alarm drop
Plibrico
1729 S. Lincoln Ave



Officer responded to a business alarm at 1729 S. 
Lincoln Ave. Officer arrived and checked the 
business. Officer found that everything appeared 
to be secure. 

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0499 05 
Date: 05/21/2019 15:24:00


Investigate complaint
269 Apple Street



Caller/Complainant: Amanda Hartenstein



Police spoke with a complainant about property 
left at an ex-boyfriends home in the 200BLK of 
Apple Street. Police stated to the complainant 
nothing could be done at this time until further 
action is taken by the complainant. 

The complainant is unavailable to responded to 
the Police Department.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0498 05 
Date: 05/21/2019 12:43:00


Theft / Lost Prescription Drugs
1176 W. Perry Street


Caller/Complainant: Dawn E. Boop



Police responded to the 1100BLK of W. Perry 
Street for Theft/Lost prescription drugs. 

Police spoke with the complainant and she stated 
lots of home healthcare aids are in and out daily.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0497 05 
Date: 05/21/2019 12:38:00


Trespassing Complaint
Jackson Ave


Caller/Complainant: Ed Leonard



Police spoke with complainant reference 
someone cutting down trees on his 2 lots on 
Jackson Ave. 

The complainant believes it could be a neighbor 
behind his lots but is not sure.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0496 05 
Date: 05/21/2019 11:13:00


Animal complaint
1573 Grant Street


Caller/Complainant: Linda Merino



Police spoke with complainant reference her cats 
being attacked by 2 dogs and that the Dog 
Warden refuses to do anything about it. The 
complainant states that she called the dog warden 
today after her cats had been attacked by 2 dogs 
that she believes to be her neighbors down the 
street. 

The dogs are described as a white American 
Terrier and a black lab. Police checked the area 
failing to locate the dogs. 

The complainant states that the dogs were not 
wearing any tags.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0495 05 
Date: 05/21/2019 10:07:00


Assist other Agency
SR 14 @ 165


Caller/Complainant: 911


Police requested by Mahoning County S.O. to 
check for a white Ford Pick up operating 
recklessly on SR 14 @ 165 heading into Perry 
Twp. 

Police checked SR 14 from the 4 lane to the 
bypass with no contact made.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0494 05 
Date: 05/20/2019 22:22:00


Assist other unit
s. lincoln @ railroad tracks


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to assist Salem police 
department with a vehicle driving on the railroad 
tracks. Salem Police made contact with said 
vehicle and advised that the vehicle in question 
was a railroad company owned vehicle. 

Officers cleared with nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0492 05 
Date: 05/20/2019 12:24:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Benton Rd @ Bypass


Officer received a report of grass in the roadway 
on Benton Rd @ the bypass. Officer had 
knowledge of the company cutting the grass and 
spoke with them.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0491 05 
Date: 05/20/2019 12:23:00


Animal complaint
1001 Cuningham Road


Police spoke with Same Hepfner who is the owner 
of the cows that keep getting loose from 
Cunningham Road. Mr. Hepfner was advised that 
any more complaints would result in charges 
being filed. 

This was the 5th call since Friday and that the 
fence needed repair.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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PUBLISHED 9:37AM MAY 22, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0490 05 
Date: 05/20/2019 02:22:00


Suspicious vehicle
1120 W. Perry St.



Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious vehicle running in the driveway. Upon 
arrival it was determined that the vehicle belonged 
to the individual who lives there and that he had 
fallen asleep in the vehicle. Police spoke with the 
individual who advised he would be going inside. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0488 05 
Date: 05/19/2019 15:38:00


Threats or harassment
Salem Hunting Club


Caller/Complainant: Jay Klein


Police were dispatched to the Salem Hunting Club 
for a complaint about a male who was threatening 
one of the staff members .

Jay Klein stated there was an altercation due to 
one of the staff members asking a man to step 
back from the firing line. The Hunting Club does 
not wish to file charges on the male ( unknown 
name) but just wanted to make a report on the 
incident. The only known information about the 
male was he was driving a maroon in color older 
body style Cadillac. 

If the male comes back to the property the staff 
will notify police to have the male removed.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0487 05 
Date: 05/19/2019 12:57:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
Michigan Blvd. at Taylor Rd.


Police responded to the area of Michigan Blvd. 
near Taylor Rd. for a report of a tree down 
blocking the roadway. 

Upon arrival police found that a local resident had 
already cut the tree up and cleared the roadway.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0481 05 
Date: 05/17/2019 02:30:00


Assist other unit
depot @ snyder


Caller/Complainant: OSP


Police responded to the area of Depot and Snyder 
to assist State Trooper with a traffic stop. Trooper 
stopped a vehicle for no headlights and was given 
written consent to search said vehicle. 
After search was complete finding no contraband 
driver was released with a verbal warning for 
lights req. and units cleared with no further 
incident.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0489 05 
Date: 05/19/2019 20:40:00


Animal complaint
881 Cunningham Rd


Caller/Complainant: Susan Safford


Police were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Cunningham Rd for a complaint about cows being 
in a yard. Police met with Susan Safford who 
stated the neighbor at 1001 Cunningham Rd cows 
have been getting out of their fence and going into 
her yard. She asked if police would speak with the 
Hepfner's and ask them to fix their fence. 

Police did speak with the neighbors who stated 
they would fix the fence first thing this week.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0486 05 
Date: 05/19/2019 10:46:00


Animal complaint
1787 Cunningham Rd.


Police responded to the 1700 blk of Cunningham 
Rd. for a report of cows in the middle of the 
roadway. Police contacted the owner who 
retrieved the cows and took them back to their 
pasture.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0485 05 
Date: 05/18/2019 23:37:25


Investigate complaint
Eastbound on State Route 62


Caller/Complainant: OSP


Police responded to the area of US62 W. State 
street for a traffic complaint. 

Police search the area, negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0484 05 
Date: 05/18/2019 16:35:00


Animal complaint
Merle Road


Caller/Complainant: Officer Larosa


Police responded to the area of Merle Road for an 
animal complaint with Salem Police Department. 
Police located 2 cows behind a residence on 
Merle Road, police spoke with a resident, police 
were told the cows belong to a farmer on 
Cunningham Road. 

Police located the owners in the 1000 BLK of 
Cunningham Road, and the owner said he would 
take care of the situation.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0483 05 
Date: 05/17/2019 18:28:00


Animal complaint
1375 Jennings Ave


Police responded to a report of a raccoon that 
went down the chimney. Officer checked the 
fireplace but was unable to look down the 
chimney. 

The reporting party was give several number to 
contact regarding the trapping of animals.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0482 05 
Date: 05/17/2019 14:16:00


Traffic offense
Arrest Made
SR 344 at Chestnut Grove Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Police conducted a traffic stop on a 1994 Ford 
Verostar (Black) on SR 344 at Chestnut Grove 
Rd. for Fictitious Plates. The operator, Brandon D. 
Booher (33) of Leetonia, OH, 44431 was 
subsequently arrested for Obstruction of Official 
Business, Carry a Concealed Weapon and 
Weapons Under Disability after he lied about his 
identity and feeling from officials. 

Booher was transported to the Columbiana 
County jail to await his court date of 5-20-19 at 
8:30 am at the Columbiana County Municipal 
Court.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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PUBLISHED 9:06AM MAY 20, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0478 05 
Date: 05/15/2019 18:21:00


Reckless Operator
SR 45 near Georgetown Rd.



Police responded to the area of SR 45 near 
Georgetown Rd. for a report of a reckless driver. 

Police located the vehicle in question but did not 
observe any infractions. Police cleared.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0475 05 
Date: 05/15/2019 13:52:00


Traffic offense
Citation Issued
Butech Bliss parking lot off Franklin Ave


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer initiated a traffic stop on a Silver 2004 
Chevy Cavalier (HNV8083) in the Butech Bliss 
parking lot off Franklin Ave. Officer initially ran the 
vehicle's registration on W. State St near 
Georgetown Rd. The vehicle's registration 
returned expired and the registered owner had an 
invalid driving status. 

Officer lost site of the vehicle on W. State St but 
located again on S. Ellsworth Ave. Officer made 
contact with the owner/driver, Cody Lawson. Cody 
stated he had driving privileges but did not have 
them on him. Back up officer Jordan Reynolds 
had prior knowledge of Cody and requested a K-9 
from Salem PD. 

Officer Garber arrived on scene and had a 
positive K-9 indication on the vehicle. Officer's 
could not locate any drugs in the vehicle but 
located marijuana shake all over the inside of the 
vehicle. Officer cited Cody Lawson with driving 
under suspension and expired registration. Officer 
gave him a court date of 5-21-19 at 0830 hours in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Cody's father showed up on the scene and drove 
the vehicle away.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0474 05 
Date: 05/15/2019 08:39:00


Property damage accident
1140 W. Perry


Officer responded to a report of a garbage truck 
stuck in a ditch on W. Perry St. Officer found that 
an Aarow Disposal truck was attempting to back 
into the driveway of 1140 W. Perry St and became 
stuck in the culvert ditch along side of the road .

Another Aarow Disposal truck showed up and 
was able to pull the truck from the ditch. The truck 
caused large ruts in the grass and possibly 
smashing the pipe that runs under the driveway. 
No citations were issued.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0479 05 
Date: 05/15/2019 19:06:00


Assist other Agency
Memorial Park off of Superior Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem PD requesting police to respond to 
Memorial Park off of Superior Ave. to assist with a 
domestic dispute. Police stood by until they were 
not longer needed.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0477 05 
Date: 05/15/2019 17:14:00


Property damage accident
Georgetown Rd. at Prospect St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the intersection of 
Georgetown Rd. at Prospect St. for a reported two 
vehicle accident. Upon arrival police found that a 
2018 Chevrolet Equinox (Black) driven by Timothy 
S. Endicott (49) of Hanoverton, OH, 44423 was 
southbound on Georgetown Rd. and was struck 
buy a 2015 Chrysler 200 (Red) driven by William 
J. Ulrich Jr. (42) of Louisville, OH, 44641 who was 
pulling from Prospect St. onto Georgetown Rd. 

Ulrich's vehicle sustained no damage and 
Endicott's vehicle sustained a very minor scratch. 
No citations were issued. No injuries were 
reported.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0476 05 
Date: 05/15/2019 14:51:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
1129 W. Perry St., #302


Caller/Complainant: John Kuetenbaugh



Police spoke with a complainant from the 1100 blk 
of W. Perry St. in reference to a scam. The 
complainant advised that they received a call with 
the subject saying that he was a Deputy with the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Dept. and claimed 
the complainant had a warrant that he needed to 
take care of and they needed his bank account 
information to due so. 

The complainant advised that he realized that it 
was a scam late into the conversation but had 
already given out his social security number and 
address. 

Police advised the complainant to contact his 
bank and all credit card companies to let them 
know what happened. Police also suggested 
contacting a fraud company that would be able to 
notify them if anything was opened without their 
consent. 

Police attempted to call the number provided, but 
were unable to speak with anyone.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0473 05 
Date: 05/14/2019 19:24:00


Trespassing Complaint
1490 Garfield Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Ron Blackburn


Police responded to the 1400 block of Garfield 
Ave for a trespassing complaint. The complainant 
advised a neighbor drove his four-wheeler on his 
property. Police spoke with the neighbor who 
advised he would stay away.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0472 05 
Date: 05/14/2019 17:15:00


Theft
1829 Garfield Ave


Caller/Complainant: Todd Mclaughlin



Police responded to the 1800 BLK of Garfield Ave 
for a report of a stolen firearm. Police spoke with 
the complainant who has advised police in the 
past year the firearm could have been taken.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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PUBLISHED 8:55AM MAY 16, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0469 05 
Date: 05/13/2019 18:18:00


Solicitation/Solicitor
751 W. Pinelake RD


Police advised a a male subject going door to 
door taking a survey for Ohio Edison and 
Columbia gas. 

Officer did make contact with the male subject 
and identified him through Arizona BMV The male 
subject was sent on his way.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0468 05 
Date: 05/13/2019 18:10:00


Medical
1150 W. State St.



Police responded to a report of a male subject 
that has not been seen since his release from the 
hospital. Officer attempted to make contact by 
knocking on windows and doors. Officers later 
made entry and found the male subject to be 
highly intoxicated laying in bed. 

The male voluntarily went with the Medical team 
to be evaluated and officers cleared with nothing 
further.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0465 05 
Date: 05/13/2019 12:43:00


Disabled vehicle
SR 45 east of SR 9



Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Post 15 requested an officer stand by with a 
disabled vehicle on SR 45 just east of SR 9. 
Officer stood by for traffic control until the Maroon 
1999 Dodge Ram was removed from the side of 
the road.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0471 05 
Date: 05/14/2019 09:17:00


Disabled vehicle
1583 N. Lincoln Ave.



Officer responded to a report of a disabled vehicle 
in the 1500 block of N. Lincoln Ave. Officer arrived 
and found a Gray 2001 Jeep partially on the 
roadway out of gas. Officer stood by for traffic 
control until the vehicle could be moved from the 
road .

Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0470 05 
Date: 05/14/2019 00:58:00


Medical
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Sanford


Police were flagged down at Circle K for a 
medical report. It was advised that the clerk that 
was working was going into labor / having 
pregnancy pains. 

Police called for an ambulance to respond to the 
scene to transport the female to the hospital. KLG 
ambulance services arrived and transported the 
female. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0467 05 
Date: 05/13/2019 17:58:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
956 Andrew Ave


Caller/Complainant: Cherie Smith


Police were advised that Cherie Smith wanted a 
phone call regarding fraud. Officer made contact 
with Smith via phone call where it was found that 
smith gave up her Bank account information. 

Smith was advised to close that account and 
given future advised regarding this situation.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0466 05 
Date: 05/13/2019 13:58:00



Property damage accident
Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave. @ 45 Bypass


Police called to a 2 vehicle accident on S. Lincoln 
Ave @ 45 Bypass. Unit # 1 operated by Joyce 
Johnson age 68 of Lisbon was slowed in traffic 
waiting for construction workers when her foot 
slipped off the brake pedal and struck Unit # 2 
operated Gene Nicholson age 81 of Salem who 
was stopped in traffic due to construction. 

Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 from behind causing minor 
damage to both vehicles. 

Police cited Ms. Johnson for ACDA and set a 
court date of 05-20-19. no injuries reported at time 
of report. both vehicles driven from the scene.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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PUBLISHED 3:57PM MAY 14, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0448 05 
Date: 05/09/2019 09:38:00


Assist other Agency
US 62 @ Country Club Lane


Caller/Complainant: PD, Salem


Police responded to a call of a male having a 
seizure in the area of US 62 and the old Andrews 
Honda, Police located the male and his mother 
walking east on US 62. The male was having a 
autistic episode and the mother was letting him 
work it out. 

After talking to the male he started to respond to 
questions. The male identified as Anthony Jabour 
of Brighton MA. Were attempting to walk across 
America back to Brighton MA. The male finally 
calmed down and both parties were sent on the 
way.



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0459 05 
Date: 05/11/2019 14:59:00


Motorcycle/ATV complaint
Hartley and Jones


Police were dispatched to the area of Hartley and 
Jones for a complaint about an ATV driving on the 
roadway. Police checked the area and were 
unable to make contact.



Officer(s)
Hetherington Curtis 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0457 05 
Date: 05/11/2019 13:43:00


Suspicious person
1228 W. Perry St.


Caller/Complainant: Patricia Lottman


Police responded to the 1200 blk of W. Perry St. 
for a report of a suspicious person. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the complainant who advised 
that sometime last week a subject claiming to be 
with the gas company came to their residence to 
check their gas meter. The complainant advised 
that they let the subject into the residence without 
checking the subjects credentials. 

The complainant advised that the subject was in 
the basement for 2-3 minutes and left without 
incident. Police will be checking with the local gas 
company.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0442 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 15:23:00


Suspicious vehicle
1392 Highland E. Ave


Police spoke with a resident in the 1300BLK of 
Highland Ave E. about a suspicious vehicle 
asking to check gas meters inside residents. The 
resident told police she contacted the gas 
company and was told they have no such service. 
Police told the resident it sounds like a scam and 
to contact police if the suspect returns. 

Police checked the area negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0438 05 
Date: 05/05/2019 22:42:27


Reckless Operator
Goshen road


Caller/Complainant: Goshen Police Department


Police were dispatched to Goshen Road to 
attempt to locate a white Chevy Flatbed truck that 
was all over the road and at a high rate of speed. 
Police did not locate the vehicle. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0464 05 
Date: 05/12/2019 21:38:00


Suspicious vehicle
Egypt Rd Crybaby bridge


Police were dispatched to Egypt Rd at Crybaby 
bridge for a suspicious vehicle. Upon arrival police 
located a yellow in color Chevrolet car 
(HEG9216). Police made contact with the 
individuals from the vehicle who stated they were 
not from the area and heard it was haunted and 
wanted to check it out. 

Police advised the subjects that the bridge was 
private property and they needed to leave the 
area. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Hetherington Curtis 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0463 05 
Date: 05/12/2019 21:20:00


Assist other unit
1327 Highland West Ave


Caller/Complainant: KLG


Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of 
Highland West Ave to assist KLG in gaining entry 
to a house. Upon arrival police checked the doors 
and were able to make contact with the 
homeowner who let both KLG and police inside of 
the residence to assist his wife who had fallen. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Hetherington Curtis 926


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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0462 05
Date: 05/12/2019 19:34:00


Investigate complaint
Cunningham Rd


Police were dispatched to the area of 
Cunningham Rd for a complaint about a man 
shooting from a maroon car. Upon arrival police 
located the vehicle which was unoccupied. A male 
subject Jeremy Hanson seen police and came up 
from the woods stating he was out with his 
daughter looking for turkeys but didn't see any. 
Jeremy also stated he never fired his gun from the 
vehicle. 

Jeremy had written permission from the property 
owner to be on the premises. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Hetherington Curtis 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0461 05 
Date: 05/12/2019 14:51:00



Identity Theft /Fraud
2727 Cunningham Rd


Caller/Complainant: Ashley Messenger


Police were advised that a Ashley Messenger 
would be in on 05-13-2019 to speak with an 
officer and give a statement about her sister 
Jessica Lasater who used her information during 
and incident that happened in Perry Township. 


This incident is still under investigation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0460 05 
Date: 05/11/2019 22:50:00


Reckless Operator
Sr45 North


Police responded to the area of SR45 near E. 
Pidgeon Road for a possible drunk driver. 
Dispatch cancelled the call do to the vehicle being 
out of Perry Township. Dispatch later advised 
police to check the area of SR 344 Cunningham 
Road do to the vehicle being being back in Perry 
Township. 

Police checked the area negative contact.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0458 05 
Date: 05/11/2019 14:26:00


Neighbor complaint
1205 Depot Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Rick Armstrong



Police responded to the 1200 blk of Depot Rd. for 
a reported neighbor dispute. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the complainant in reference to his 
neighbor mowing over the property line and into 
his yard. 


Police advised the complainant his options for any 
further incidents.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0456 05 
Date: 05/11/2019 12:41:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to a two vehicle accident near 
the intersection of S. Lincoln Ave at E. Pidgeon 
Rd. Upon arrival police found that a 2018 Dodge 
Journey (Black) driven by Pamela Elkins (54) of 
Lisbon, OH, 44432 was northbound on S. Lincoln 
Ave and was struck by a 2006 Ford F-250 (White) 
driven by Michael Moore (45) of Salem, OH, 
44460 who was pulling out of the Circle K parking 
lot. 

Mr. Moore was issued a citation for Failure to 
Yield from a Private Drive and given a court date 
of 5-30-19 at 8:30 to appear in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. Both vehicles sustained 
minor damage and were driven from the scene. 

No injuries were reported.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0455 05 
Date: 05/11/2019 08:55:00


Suspicious vehicle
Old Coach Lane 300 blk


Police responded to the 300 blk of Old Coach 
Lane for a reported suspicious vehicle parked at 
the dead -end. Upon arrival police found the 
vehicle in question to be parked safely off the 
roadway and locked. Police attempted contact 
with the registered owner but had negative 
contact. 


The vehicle was moved sometime later in the day.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0454 05 
Date: 05/10/2019 06:14:00


Suspicious person
Goshen Rd near Beachwood Rd



Police were dispatched to the area of Goshen Rd 
near Beachwood Rd for a suspicious person 
walking on the road. 

Police checked the area and were unable to make 
contact.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0453 05 
Date: 05/10/2019 04:21:00


Property damage accident
2334 N. Ellsworth Ave


Police were dispatched to the area of 2334 N. 
Ellsworth Ave for a vehicle in a ditch. Upon arrival 
police met with a Stephanie Everson from that 
address who stated she pulled out of her driveway 
during the heavy rain and couldn't see the 
roadway .

Stephanie had contacted Davidson's Towing who 
arrived on scene shortly after police arrived. The 
vehicle a Gray 2017 Kia Sorento (HGM3377) was 
removed from the ditch and retained no damage. 
The vehicle was driven from the scene and police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926


External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0452 05 
Date: 05/09/2019 22:51:00



Disabled vehicle
W. State St. at Bypass


Caller/Complainant: PD, Salem


Police responded to W. State St. at US 62/ SR 45 
bypass for a disabled vehicle in the roadway. The 
vehicle was able to be pushed off the roadway to 
await their tow truck. Police cleared.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0451 05 
Date: 05/09/2019 21:15:00


Domestic complaint
1851 Goshen Rd.


Police responded to the 1800 block of Goshen 
Rd. for a report of a male subject breaking a door 
and gaining entry into the residence. Upon police 
arrival it was determined the male party lives 
there and was locked out of the residence. Both 
parties advised there was an argument but 
nothing physical had occurred between them. 

The male party voluntarily left for the evening .


Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0450 05 
Date: 05/09/2019 19:47:00


Animal complaint
1875 Newgarden Ave.


Police responded to the 1800 block of Newgarden 
Ave. for a report of an abandoned horse. The 
homeowner showed police the animal and it 
checked ok. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0449 05 
Date: 05/09/2019 10:47:00



Domestic complaint
Van Buren


Police responded to a domestic complaint 
involving an elderly female who was arguing with 
her husband over driving the car . Police spoke 
with the husband who advised that his wife is in 
her 3rd year of dementia and has become more 
agitative towards him since she is worse. 

Officer tried to explain what was going on to the 
female but she refused to accept that she is not to 
be driving. The female went back in the house 
and police cleared.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0447 05 
Date: 05/08/2019 14:24:00


OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury
SR 45 at W. State St.


Police responded to a two vehicle accident at the 
intersection of SR 45 at W. State St. Upon arrival 
police found that a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 
(Blue) driven by David Frankford (30) of Salem, 
OH, 44460 was southbound on SR 45 going 
through the intersection at W. State St. and was 
struck by a 2013 Ford Escape (Black) driven by 
Charles Smith (69) of Salem, OH, 44460 who was 
northbound on SR 45 making a left turn to head 
west on W. State St. 

Due to conflicting driver's statements and witness 
statements this incident is under investigation. 
Both subjects were taken to the Salem Hospital 
for their injuries .

Both vehicles were towed from the scene by 
Sinsley's Towing.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 922



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0446 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 22:23:00


Property damage accident
US 62 (4 lane) east of N. Ellsworth Ave.



Police responded to the US 62 (4 lane) east of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a car vs. deer accident. 

Dakotah Sommers (18) of County Club Lane 
Salem Ohio was westbound on US 62 when a 
deer ran into the path of his 2004 Saturn Vue. 
Disabling damage was caused to the front of the 
vehicle. 

Photos were taken and AAA was responding to 
remove the vehicle from the scene.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0445 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 21:29:00


Disabled vehicle
SR 45 near W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Sinsley, Towing


Sinsleys Towing requested police for traffic control 
while a disabled vehicle was removed from the 
roadway. 

Police stood by until the vehicle was removed.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0444 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 18:58:00



Animal complaint
1777 Newgarden Ave.


Police responded to the 1700 block of Newgarden 
Ave. for report of two black labs in their back yard. 
The dogs were taken by the homeowner to 
Davidsons.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0443 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 16:21:00


Vandalism
1735 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Robert Bishop


Police responded to Freshmark for a report of a 
vehicle that was vandalized, Police spoke with the 
complainant and he stated the vandalism 
happened when he was working at Freshmart. 

Police took photos and a report. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0441 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 12:25:00


Traffic offense
Citation Issued
S Lincoln Ave near 2300BLK


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on South Lincoln 
Ave in the 2300 BLK on a 1999 Pontiac Firebird 
(black) police found the owner/operator John 
Burke (59) of 253 W. Spruce Street Lisbon, Ohio 
was operating the vehicle while suspended. Mr. 
Burke was issued a citation for OVI suspension 
and given a mandatory court date of 05/09/2019 
to appear in Columbiana Municipal Court. 

Kaiser Towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle with a court hold on the 
vehicle. 

Mr. Burke was taken to Circle K South until a 
family member could pick him up.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0440 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 05:15:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
62 and 14


Caller/Complainant: PD, Salem


Police were advised of a hole in the roadway in 
the area of US62 and SR14. Police checked 
SR14 all the way from West State Street to the 
township limits not seeing any large holes in the 
roadway. 


Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0439 05 
Date: 05/06/2019 19:33:00


Reckless Operator
176 Georgetown rd


Police responded to a report of a truck and a 
motorcycle racing down the street. Upon arrival, 
officers were unable to locate any vehicles in the 
area driving recklessly. 

Officers stayed in the area for several minutes 
and then cleared.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927




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PUBLISHED 2:02PM MAY 13, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0444 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 18:58:00


Animal complaint
1777 Newgarden Ave.


Police responded to the 1700 block of Newgarden 
Ave. for report of two black labs in their back yard. 
The dogs were taken by the homeowner to 
Davidsons.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0446 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 22:23:00


Property damage accident
US 62 (4 lane) east of N. Ellsworth Ave.


Police responded to the US 62 (4 lane) east of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a car vs. deer accident. 
Dakotah Sommers (18) of County Club Lane 
Salem Ohio was westbound on US 62 when a 
deer ran into the path of his 2004 Saturn Vue. 

Disabling damage was caused to the front of the 
vehicle. Photos were taken and AAA was 
responding to remove the vehicle from the scene.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0445 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 21:29:00


Disabled vehicle
SR 45 near W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Sinsley, Towing



Sinsleys Towing requested police for traffic control 
while a disabled vehicle was removed from the 
roadway. Police stood by until the vehicle was 
removed.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0443 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 16:21:00


Vandalism
1735 S. Lincoln Ave



Caller/Complainant: Robert Bishop


Police responded to Freshmark for a report of a 
vehicle that was vandalized, Police spoke with the 
complainant and he stated the vandalism 
happened when he was working at Freshmart. 

Police took photos and a report. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0442 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 15:23:00


Suspicious vehicle
1392 Highland E. Ave


Police spoke with a resident in the 1300BLK of 
Highland Ave E. about a suspicious vehicle 
asking to check gas meters inside residents. The 
resident told police she contacted the gas 
company and was told they have no such service. 

Police told the resident it sounds like a scam and 
to contact police if the suspect returns. Police 
checked the area negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0441 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 12:25:00


Traffic offense
Citation Issued
S Lincoln Ave near 2300BLK


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith



Police conducted a traffic stop on South Lincoln 
Ave in the 2300 BLK on a 1999 Pontiac Firebird 
(black) police found the owner/operator John 
Burke (59) of 253 W. Spruce Street Lisbon, Ohio 
was operating the vehicle while suspended. Mr. 
Burke was issued a citation for OVI suspension 
and given a mandatory court date of 05/09/2019 
to appear in Columbiana Municipal Court. 

Kaiser Towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle with a court hold on the 
vehicle. 

Mr. Burke was taken to Circle K South until a 
family member could pick him up.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0440 05 
Date: 05/07/2019 05:15:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
62 and 14


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were advised of a hole in the roadway in 
the area of US62 and SR14. Police checked 
SR14 all the way from West State Street to the 
township limits not seeing any large holes in the 
roadway. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0439 05 
Date: 05/06/2019 19:33:00


Reckless Operator
176 Georgetown rd


Police responded to a report of a truck and a 
motorcycle racing down the street. 

Upon arrival, officers were unable to locate any 
vehicles in the area driving recklessly. Officers 
stayed in the area for several minutes and then 
cleared.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927



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PUBLISHED 10:00AM MAY 9, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0438 05 
Date: 05/05/2019 22:42:27


Reckless Operator
Goshen road


Caller/Complainant: Goshen Police Department



Police were dispatched to Goshen Road to 
attempt to locate a white Chevy Flatbed truck that 
was all over the road and at a high rate of speed. 
Police did not locate the vehicle. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0437 05 
Date: 05/05/2019 16:10:00


Welfare Check
859 Cunningham Road


Caller/Complainant: Sharon Crews


Police were dispatched to 859 Cunningham Road 
Dispatch stated Sharon Crews has not heard from 
her daughter, Jennifer Crews since Easter. Police 
arrived on scene and spoke with Jennifer. Jennifer 
stated she is ignoring her mom's phone calls .


Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0436 05 
Date: 05/05/2019 14:06:00


Investigate complaint
388 Plymouth Pl


Caller/Complainant: Cheryl Spielman


Police were requested to meet with a Cheryl 
Spielman who stated her 14 year old daughter 
was receiving messages from a male on chess. 
com. The male was asking for pictures of the 
daughter. This incident is under investigation.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0435 05 
Date: 05/05/2019 00:07:00


Medical
1069 Benton Rd.


Police responded to the above address for an 
unresponsive male. Upon arrival police spoke with 
said male who was conscious. The individual 
advised he was late taking medication and it 
messed with him a bit. 

KLG ambulance services along with Perry Twp. 
FD responded to the scene to check on and 
evaluate the individual. A medical refusal was 
signed and police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary 924 Sanford
Dwaine Craig 927



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0434 05 
Date: 05/04/2019 21:07:00


Neighbor complaint
1203 Depot Road


Police responded to the 1200BLK of Depot Road 
for a Neighbor dispute. Police spoke with both 
parties and advised them to stay away from one 
another. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0433 05 
Date: 05/04/2019 09:23:00


DOA
451 W. Pine Lake RD


Police were approached by a male who stated he 
went to check up on his friend who lived at 451 
West Pine Lake Rd and discovered her lying in 
the driveway. 

Upon arrival police found the female to be 
unresponsive with no signs of life. The 
Columbiana County Coroner was contacted and 
released the female to EMT who transported to 
Liggett Funeral Home. 

Ona Erath age 87



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
CO - Columbiana County Coroner



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0432 05 
Date: 05/04/2019 08:33:00


Assist other unit
SR 62 at Country Club lane


Police were requested by OSP to assist in a 
vehicle pursuit heading East on US 62 coming 
from Damascus. Police were able to assist in 
boxing in the vehicle and bring it to a stop without 
hazard in front of Country Club Lane. 

OSP placed the male into custody and was then 
transported to Salem Regional by KLG to be 
evaluated. The vehicle was removed from the 
scene by Davidson's Towing. Police cleared 
without further incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
DT - Davidson's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0431 05 
Date: 05/03/2019 22:31:00


Suspicious person
Citation Issued
Salem Golf Club



Police were working Salem's Prom night at the 
Salem Golf Club. Police received a report of a 
suspicious person outside in the parking lot 
yelling. 

Police made contact with a Juvenile in a Blue 
Chev Silverado. The Juvenile stated he was there 
to pick up his friend from the prom. Police 
discovered a opened container of an alcoholic 
beverage inside of the pickup truck. 

Police discovered a M4 .223mm Rifle in the 
pickup that had the magazine separated from the 
rifle. 

Police discovered the juvenile of the pickup truck 
to be under the influence of alcohol. Police 
confiscated an 18 Pack of Hard Iced Twisted Tea 
and the M4 Rifle. The juvenile was issued a 
citation for Driving under the influence of alcohol 
and opened container of alcoholic beverage. 

The juvenile was transported to the police 
department. The juvenile was released to a legal 
gradian. Police cleared without incident. 

The investigation is still pending at this time.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0430 05 
Date: 05/03/2019 20:43:34


Suspicious person
1098 Andrew Avenue


Police responded to the area of Andrew Avenue 
for a suspicious male walking around the area for 
hours. Police arrived in the area and spoke with 
Jacob Gray. Jacob stated he was just doing laps. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0429 05 
Date: 05/03/2019 19:34:38


Wants/Warrants check
1356 Pembrooke Drive



Police responded to 1656 to serve a warrant on 
Chelsea Faloba. Police arrived on scene and 
spoke with Chelsea. Police advised Chelsea that 
she was being charged with aggravated robbery 
for a incident that happened a few days ago. 

Police transported Chelsea to the Columbiana 
County Jail.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0428 05 
Date: 05/03/2019 14:23:00


Investigate complaint
SR 45 Bypass @ Circle K


Caller/Complainant: Lisa Delp


Police called to the area of Circle K for a 
disturbance on the road in the construction area. 
Lisa Delp advised dispatch that she was on the 
phone with her mentally ill son while stopped in 
traffic when a female construction worker yelled at 
her for holding up traffic. 

The complainant believes that the worker 
language was hostile in nature and that the 
worker may have struck her vehicle with a flag. 

Officer spoke with both parties and report would 
be on file.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0427 05 
Date: 05/03/2019 11:25:00


Animal complaint
Egypt Road


Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD


Police called reference possible horses loose on 
Egypt road between SR 14 and crybaby bridge. 
Police checked the are and was unable to locate 
any loose horses.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 9:32AM MAY 6, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0420 05 
Date: 05/02/2019 08:32:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Cunningham Road


Police assisted with traffic control while the Perry 
Twp Road department cleared the remains of a 
tree that had fallen the day before.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0426 05 
Date: 05/02/2019 23:51:00


Juvenile complaint
435 Benton Rd


Police were dispatched to the 400 block of Benton 
Rd for an unruly juvenile. The mother Krista Little 
stated her daughter was suppose to be staying at 
her grandparents house while she was away. 
While going to pick her daughter up she found her 
to not be at the residence, and later found her at 
another residence in Salem. 

Police spoke with the juvenile prosecutor who 
stated to leave the child with the mother for the 
night and to have Krista contact the child's 
probation officer in the morning. 

Police cleared without further incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0425 05 
Date: 05/02/2019 23:26:00


Suspicious vehicle
Adele's Place
509 Snyder Rd



Police were dispatched to the 500 block of Snyder 
Rd for a suspicious vehicle sitting at Adele's 
Place. Police found the vehicle a white Dodge 
SUV (HML2334) to be unoccupied and the 
building to be secure. 


Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0424 05 
Date: 05/02/2019 20:49:00


Suspicious vehicle
1133 Prospect St., #5B


Police responded to the 1100 block of Prospect 
St. for a report of a suspicious vehicle. The 
vehicle was gone prior to police arrival.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0423 05 
Date: 05/02/2019 18:28:00


Suspicious person
Elberon Ave


Officers responded to a report of suspicious 
males going door to door carrying laptops 
claiming they were from Ohio Edison .

Subjects were driving a White Jeep and a Blue 
truck. Suspicious subjects were inquiring about 
people's electric carrier . Officers checked the 
area but could not locate anyone.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0422 05 
Date: 05/02/2019 14:53:00


Domestic complaint
435 Benton Rd.



Officers responded to a reported domestic at 435 
Benton Rd. Officers arrived and spoke with the 17 
year old girlfriend. She stated that the baby's 
father locked her out of the house and he is 
keeping their 3 week old baby from her. 

Officers spoke with the male and he stated that he 
never locked her out. The male stated that she is 
threatening to keep his child from him. The fight 
was all about the girlfriend's cell phone was dead 
and Seth refused to drive her somewhere. 

The juvenile girlfriend was afforded a ride along 
with her child to her sister's house on W. Wilson 
St.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0421 05 
Date: 05/02/2019 12:12:00


Welfare Check
1133 Prospect St, #19A


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to 1133 Prospect St 19A with 
the Salem PD Resource Officer to check the well 
being of a student that has not been to school in 
over a week. Officers found no one at home at 
this time and cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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PUBLISHED 8:44AM MAY 3, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0420 05 
Date: 05/02/2019 08:32:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Cunningham Road


Police assisted with traffic control while the Perry 
Twp Road department cleared the remains of a 
tree that had fallen the day before.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0419 05 
Date: 05/01/2019 19:26:00


Disabled vehicle
1200 block N. Lincoln Ave.


Police responded to the 1200 block of N. Lincoln 
Ave. for a report of a two vehicle accident. Police 
determined it was just a disabled vehicle and no 
accident occurred. Police stood by until AAA 
removed the vehicle from the scene.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0412 05 
Date: 05/01/2019 13:07:00


Juvenile complaint
664 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Police responded to the 600 blk of W. Pidgeon 
Rd. for a reported juvenile complaint. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the complainant who advised 
that they were having issues with their 13 year old 
daughter. 

Police advised the complainant to file unruly 
charges on the juvenile at the C.C. Juvenile 
Court.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0415 05 
Date: 05/01/2019 17:49:00


Animal complaint
SR344


Caller/Complainant: David Price



The complainant advised of cows that were loose 
in the area of SR 344. They called back and 
advised the cows were returned home prior to 
police arrival.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0418 05 
Date: 05/01/2019 18:54:00


Animal complaint
701 Stewart Rd.


Police responded to the 700 block of Stewart Rd. 
for a sick raccoon. Police dispatched the animal 
and cleared.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0417 05 
Date: 05/01/2019 18:50:00


Animal complaint
2072 Goshen Rd.



Police responded to the 2000 block of Goshen 
Rd. for a sick raccoon. Upon arrival the 
homeowner advised a neighbor took care of the 
animal.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0416 05 
Date: 05/01/2019 18:11:00


Animal complaint
W. State St. near Ohio Blvd.


Police were called to the area of W. State St. near 
Ohio Blvd. for a report of a deceased animal. The 
owner called and advised everything was ok.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0414 05 
Date: 05/01/2019 17:47:00


Fight
Arrest Made
1356 Pembrooke Dr., #A



Police responded to the 1300 blk of Pembrooke 
Dr. for a reported fight in progress. Upon arrival 
police spoke with all parties involved and 
subsequently arrested Chelsea R. Faloba (30) of 
Salem, OH, 44460 for Assault, Disorderly 
Conduct with Persistence and Resisting Arrest. 

Ms. Faloba was transported to the Columbiana 
County jail complex to await her court date of 5-2-
2019 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Jordan 923 Reynolds 
Channing Hank 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0413 05 
Date: 05/01/2019 14:01:00


Suspicious person
1001 Beechwood Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Kerry Colian


Police spoke with a complainant form the 1000 blk 
of Beechwood Rd., via telephone, in reference to 
a suspicious person taking pictures of their 
residence. The complainant advised that they 
were informed of a male subject who exited his 
vehicle and took pictures of the outside of their 
residence. 

Police were provided a license plate number and 
will attempt to make contact with the male subject.




Officer(s)
Jordan 923 Reynolds 



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PUBLISHED 11:14AM MAY 2, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0405 04 
Date: 04/29/2019 11:17:28


Reckless Operator
W.B. 62/14 4 lane


Caller/Complainant:  911


Police initiated a traffic stop on a gray Honda after 
police observed the vehicle run off the road 
heading west on the 4 lane. also a 911 call was 
made reference the same vehicle operating 
recklessly on the bypass. 

The operator was found to have dozed off after 
being up all night after working. Police checked to 
determine if the subject had been drinking prior to 
sending him on his way home.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0411 04 
Date: 04/30/2019 14:41:00


Disabled vehicle
2100 N Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith



Police stopped to check on a disabled vehicle in 
the 2100 BLK of N. Lincoln Ave. Police stood-by 
until assist arrived do to the location of the 
vehicle. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0410 04 
Date: 04/30/2019 12:46:00


Traffic offense
Citation Issued
South Lincoln Ave at Freshmark



Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police stopped a 1999 Acura TL (white) on South 
Lincoln Ave. at Freshmark. The owner/operator 
Jack Faulkner (63) of Salem was found to be 
operating the vehicle while suspended for a non 
compliance suspension. Mr. Faulkner was issued 
a citation for non compliance suspension and 
given a mandatory court date of 5/3/2019 in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Kaiser towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle with a hold for a valid driver.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0409 04 
Date: 04/30/2019 11:05:00


Reckless Operator
Painter Road


Police contacted by Perry Township Road worker 
reference a white pick up driving recklessly and 
passing him while on a hill on painter road. 
Vehicle information provided with a investigation 
to follow. 

The registration returns to a male living on 
Beechwood Road.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0408 04 
Date: 04/29/2019 18:28:00


Traffic offense
295 W. Main Street


Police conducted a random registration check 
with a red 2006 Ford Focus. The vehicle 
displayed Ohio registration plate HBM6267. 
Dispatched advised that the registered owner, 
Ashley Sekely had suspended driving privileges. 
The driver of the vehicle appeared to be the 
registered owner. Police conducted a traffic stop 
with the vehicle. 

Police spoke with Ashley and advised her that her 
driver's license was suspended. Ashley was 
issued a citation for driving under suspension. 
Ashley's vehicle was towed to Davidson's towing. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0407 04 
Date: 04/29/2019 12:54:44


Reckless Operator
SR 14/62


Caller/Complainant: FD, Perry


Police stopped a vehicle for driving the wrong way 
on the 4 lane. Police spoke with the operator who 
was attempting to follow a google map to get back 
to Warren. 

Police checked the elderly driver to make sure he 
was able to continued driving and sent him on his 
way after getting him turned around.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0406 04 
Date: 04/29/2019 12:51:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
N.Ellsworth Ave @ 4 lane


Police investigated a 2 vehicle accident at the 
intersection of N.Ellsworth Ave @ 4 lane. Unit # 1 
operated by William Molnar age 72 of Salem was 
stopped north on N.Ellsworth Ave for the traffic 
signal when he thought the signal had turned 
green and proceeded into the intersection. 

Unit # 2 operated by (MINOR) age 17 of Salem 
who was traveling east on the 4 lane was unable 
to stop in time. Unit # 2 struck Unit # 1 causing 
damage to both vehicles. No injuries reported at 
the time and Police issued a citation to William 
Molnar for Failure to Yield.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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PUBLISHED 3:06PM MAY 1, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19040404 
Date: 04/28/2019 19:51:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
702 N. Ohio Avenue


Police were dispatched to 702 N Ohio Avenue for 
an unwanted person on the property that was 
arguing with the home owner.

Police arrived on scene and the individual had 
already left the scene. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0403 04 
Date: 04/28/2019 12:19:00


Civil Complaint
1236 N. Lincoln Ave, #4



Caller/Complainant: James Little


Police responded to the 1200 blk of N. Lincoln 
Ave to make contact with a subject in reference to 
a Chromebook that belongs to the Salem School 
District. Upon arrival police attempted to make 
contact with the subject. The subject who was 
inside the residence, refused to come to the door. 

Police advised the complainant to speak with the 
High School Principal Monday morning.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0402 04 
Date: 04/28/2019 10:12:00


DOA
2224 Painter Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Swen Cope


Police responded to a reported deceased subject 
in the 2000 blk of Painter Rd. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the complainant who advised that their 
family member had passed in their sleep 
sometime during the early morning. 

KLG ambulance arrived and transported the 
subject to Stark Memorial Home.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
CO - Columbiana County Coroner



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0401 04 
Date: 04/28/2019 01:31:00


Animal complaint


Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD


Police were dispatched to the area of US62 to 
check for a horse that was on the loose. Upon 
arrival police observed a horse in the pasture. 

Police were able to contact an owner of the horse 
who advised they would get the horse back to its 
barn.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD
Post#15 - OSP
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0400 04 
Date: 04/27/2019 19:36:00


Traffic offense
Citation Issued
SR 45 E. Pidgeon Road near B & J appliance


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police stopped a 2003 Ford F150 (black) on SR 
45 (E. Pidgeon Road) at B & J appliance. The 
driver Christopher Lloyd (40) of Salem was found 
to be operating the vehicle while under 
suspension. Mr. Lloyd and his passenger were 
unable to get someone to retrieve the vehicle in a 
timely manor and were given a courtesy transport 
to 785 New Garden Ave. 

Mr. Lloyd was issued a citation for driving under 
suspension and given a mandatory court date of 
3/16/2018 in the Columbiana County Municipal 
Court.

The owner of the vehicle Duane Wilson (39) of 
Salem was issued a minor misdemeanor citation 
for open container. 

Kaiser towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle with a hold for a valid driver 
and proof of insurance.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0399 04 
Date: 04/27/2019 15:06:00


Investigate complaint
SR45 New Garden near Pidgeon Road


Police responded to SR 9 New Garden near 
Pidgeon Road for a anonymous report of 
littering/dumping. Police arrived on scene and 
spoke with Sue Baddeley, Sue told police she was 
dumping yard waste on one of her property's. 

Police checked the Columbiana County Auditor 
site to confirm and Mrs. Baddeley owns several 
property's on New Garden.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0398 04 
Date: 04/27/2019 08:52:00


Narcotics complaint
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Police were dispatched to Circle K on S. Lincoln 
Ave for a complaint about a worker finding a small 
bag they believed contained narcotics. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the employee who 
stated they found the narcotics on the floor in front 
of the registers.

Police recovered a small bag that contained a 
crystal like substance believed to be crystal meth 
and transported the evidence back to the police 
department and placed it in evidence.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0397 04 
Date: 04/27/2019 07:56:00


Assist other unit
2089 Countryside DR



Caller/Complainant: Mahoning County


Police were dispatched to the 2000 block of 
Countryside DR to try and make contact with the 
owner of a vehicle that was
involved in a hit skip accident in Mahoning 
County. 

Police were able to locate the vehicle and make 
contact with the owner and advised them they 
needed to contact Mahoning County Sheriff about 
the incident. After clearing the call Mahoning 
County Sheriff Department requested police 
return to the residence until they were able to 
arrive. 

Police stood by until the arrival of Mahoning 
County and cleared the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926


External Agency(s)
MCSO - Mahoning County Sheriff's Office



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PUBLISHED 1:13PM APRIL 29, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0382 04 
Date: 04/23/2019 02:45:00


Disabled vehicle
Depot @ SR45


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford


Police on patrol noticed a disabled vehicle on the 
side of the road with its four way flashers on. It 
was determined that the vehicles transmission 
went out. Perry along with Salem Police were able 
to push the vehicle off the roadway into a private 
lot to await AAA.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0378 04 
Date: 04/22/2019 14:19:00

Juvenile complaint
1133 Prospect St, #16A


Caller/Complainant: Kristen Severs


Police spoke with complainant reference her 
children being harassed by other children at the 
playground.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0377 04 
Date: 04/22/2019 12:55:00


Traffic offense
Arrest Made
200 block of E. Pidgeon Rd


Officer attempted to stop a Blue Dodge Ram on 
W. Pidgeon Rd after running the vehicle's 
registration (CHY6436) and it returning as a 
stolen vehicle. Officer attempted to stop the 
vehicle as it fled east bound on the bypass and 
turned behind Holmstead Pools. 

Officer tried to cut the vehicle off from coming 
back out from behind Holmstead Pools onto the 
bypass and found that the vehicle was abandoned 
behind the business with no driver present. A 
search was conducted of the area and a subject 
was found walking on Depot Rd at Snyder Rd. 

The male subject, Kevin E. Wasmire (46) of 
Alliance was detained and found to have two 
active felony warrants out of Lorain County and 
City of Canton. Mr. Wasmire was taken into 
custody and transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail to await transport. Charges are 
pending investigation. Salem Police along with 
Columbiana County S.O. assist with the search.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0381 04 
Date: 04/22/2019 19:39:00


Domestic complaint
1722 Goshen Road


Caller/Complainant: Boardman Dispatch



Police responded to 1722 Goshen Road for a 
verbal domestic dispute. Police arrived on scene 
and spoke with Bobbi Crookston 30 Years of age. 
Bobbi stated that her boyfriend Daniel Glista Jr. 
38 years of age, took forty dollars from her. Bobbi 
stated the both of them got into a verbal argument 
but nothing got physical. 

Police spoke with Daniel. Daniel stated that they 
both have been drinking and arguing. Bobbi was 
advised to leave for the night and go to a friends 
house. Bobbi left and went to her friends house. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0380 04 
Date: 04/22/2019 18:11:00


Medical
1759 Depot Road


Police responded to 1759 Depot Road for an 
unresponsive male that fell off of his tractor, in his 
front yard. Police arrived on scene and were met 
by motorists that were conducting CPR on a 
elderly male. Police continued CPR until KLG 
ambulance and Perry Township Fire Department 
arrived on scene. 

The elderly male was transported to Salem 
Hospital by KLG. Police cleared the scene without 
further incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0379 04 
Date: 04/22/2019 15:28:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
Georgetown @ 45 Bypass



Police responded to a 2 vehicle accident at the 
intersection of Georgetown Rd @ SR 45 bypass. 
Unit # 1 operated by Jason Gomoll Jr. age 19 of 
E. Liverpool was stop at the stop sign facing west 
on Georgetown Rd when he failed to see Unit # 2 
traveling south on the bypass as he was pulling 
away from the stop sign. 

Unit # 2 struck Unit # 1 causing damage to both 
vehicles. No injuries reported at time of the crash. 

Perry Twp FD along with KLG responded to the 
crash. Vehicles were towed by Sinsley's and 
Baker towing. 

Police issued Mr. Gomoll a citation for failure to 
yield and set a court date of 04-29-19




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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PUBLISHED 5:50PM APRIL 23, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0369 04 
Date: 04/20/2019 17:29:00


Traffic offense
Arrest Made
SR45 at Depot Road


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith



Police conducted a traffic stop on Depot Road on 
a 1992 Chevy Silverado (black) and found the 
operator/owner Scott Nelder (27) of 670 Deming 
St. Salem, Ohio was operating the vehicle under 
an open non compliance suspension. Mr. Nelder 
was taken into custody by police do to having an 
active warrant. 

Police searched Mr. Nelders vehicle. Was 
searched and contraband was recovered. Police 
issued Mr. Nelder a citation for non compliance 
suspension and given a mandatory court date of 
4/22/2019 to appear in Columbiana County 
Municipal. 

Davidsons Towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle with a hold for a valid driver 
and insurance. 

Mr. Nelder was taken to the Columbiana County 
Jail.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office
DT - Davidson's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0372 04 
Date: 04/20/2019 22:17:00


Neighbor complaint
1203 Depot Road


Caller/Complainant: Rick Hickman


Officers were dispatched to 1203 Depot Road for 
a neighbor complaint. Police arrived on scene and 
spoke with Rick Hickman .

Rick stated his neighbor Rick Armstrong at 1205 
Depot Road has two vehicles parked on his 
property. Hickman stated he wanted both of the 
vehicles moved. Armstrong states both of the 
vehicles are on his property and he is not moving 
them. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0373 04 
Date: 04/20/2019 23:28:00


Disabled vehicle
SR45/US62 bypass


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle on the side of 
the road with its four way flashers on. Upon 
checking on the driver it was advised that the 
vehicle needed a jump. The driver advised he had 
help on the way. Police stood by until the vehicle 
got jumped and off the side of the road.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0375 04 
Date: 04/21/2019 13:26:00



Civil Complaint
701 Main St.


Caller/Complainant: Patricia Plegge


Police spoke with a resident from the 700 blk of 
Main St. in reference to a civil issue regarding 
residency. Police advised the complainant to 
speak with an attorney about starting the eviction 
process.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0376 04 
Date: 04/21/2019 21:32:00


OH-1/Non Injury
SR 45 at interchange


Police were dispatched to the area of SR 45 at 
the interchange for a vehicle that drove off the 
dead end of the bypass. 

Shirley Buxton (71) from Niles, Oh was travelling 
North on SR 45 and failed to control her vehicle 
and went off the roadway. There were no injuries 
and the vehicle was removed by Sinsley's Towing. 

Shirley was cited for failure to control and given a 
court date of 05-10- 2019 .



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0374 04 
Date: 04/21/2019 01:25:00


Traffic offense
Arrest Made
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford


Police initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot of 
Circle K on South Lincoln on a 2004 Pontiac 
Grand Prix red in color owned/operated by 
Rosemary Gonzales, (36) Youngstown, Ohio 
44505 for driving with no headlights on. 

While speaking with the driver and passengers 
police had dispatch get ahold of Salem PD to 
have a k9 respond to the scene for an open air 
sniff of the vehicle. Police had Miss Gonzalez and 
her two passengers Ashley Messenger (29) 
Salem, Ohio 44460 and Derrick Duvall (45) 
Youngstown, Ohio 44502 step out of the vehicle 
so that K9 Argo can do an open air sniff of the 
vehicle in which there was positive indication to 
the presence of a narcotic odor. 

Police searched the vehicle finding three 
hypodermic syringes, a spoon with dried residue, 
and a shoelace arm tie off in the purse of Ashley 
Messengers which was in the trunk of the vehicle. 

Police placed messenger in custody for 
possession of drug abuse Instruments and 
transported her back to the Perry Township Police 
station for booking and processing. After all the 
necessary paperwork was completed Police 
transported messenger to the Columbiana County 
Jail where she was released into their custody. 
Also as a result of the stop Rosemary Gonzalez 
was issued a traffic citation for driving with no 
headlights and also given a court date at the 
CCMC.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924
Christopher Helsel 929




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0370 04 
Date: 04/20/2019 22:10:00


Misdemeanor warrant
Arrest Made
1384 Andrew Ave



Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith



Officers attempted a misdemeanor warrant in the 
1300 block of Andrew Ave. Officers arrested 
Matthew Campanelli of Salem, Ohio on a warrant 
issued out of Columbiana County Sheriffs Office. 

Mr. Campanelli was taken into custody and 
transported to Perry Township Police STORY until 
Deputy's arrived.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0368 04 
Date: 04/20/2019 09:14:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1663 Goshen Rd.



Police responded to the 1600 blk of Goshen Rd. 
for a report of down wires. Upon arrival police 
checked the area but could not locate a downed 
wire.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0367 04 
Date: 04/19/2019 17:56:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
N. Ellsworth Ave at US 62



Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police responded to the area of N. Ellsworth Ave 
at US 62 for a report of a car jack on the roadway. 
Upon arrival police removed the jack from the 
roadway.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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PUBLISHED 5:10PM APRIL 22, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0364 04 
Date: 04/18/2019 03:15:00


Drunk
410 Benton Rd, #15



Police were dispatched to the area of 410 Benton 
Rd for Jennifer Znosko stating Dustin McMillen 
was knocking on her door . Jennifer stated Dustin 
was drunk and didn't want him at the property. 
While police were checking the area they 
discovered Dustin walking down the road in front 
of Family Recovery and he stated he was going 
back to his fathers house at 410 Benton Rd apt. 1. 

Police advised Dustin he was not to go back to 
the property for the night. Dustin contacted his 
brother who responded to the area and took 
Dustin back to his residence in the Salem. 


Police cleared without further incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0358 04 
Date: 04/16/2019 19:38:00


Animal complaint
2289 N. Ellsworth Ave.



Police responded to the 2200 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a barking dog complaint. Police 
spoke with the homeowner who took the animals 
inside.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0363 04 
Date: 04/17/2019 21:23:00


Abandoned vehicle
965 Elberon Ave.


Police responded to the 900 block of Elberon Ave. 
for a report of a vehicle parked in the roadway 
causing a hazard. The vehicle appeared 
abandoned and Kaiser Towing was contacted to 
respond to the scene. 

The vehicle was removed from the roadway and 
police cleared.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0362 04 
Date: 04/17/2019 18:56:00


Emergency notification
1130 W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Columbiana PD



Police responded to the 1100 block of W. State St. 
to give a notification to the resident. Police spoke 
with the resident and cleared.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0361 04 
Date: 04/17/2019 17:48:28


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
SR 14 F


Caller/Complainant:  Michael Emigh


Police located a fiberglass ladder laying in the 
middle of the 4 lane, The ladder was removed 
from the road.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0360 04 
Date: 04/17/2019 12:51:00


Threats or harassment
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave



Officer spoke with the female complainant by 
phone. The complainant Kimberly Davis stated 
that she was threatened at Circle K South by 
Adrianna Medina-Colon. The complainant stated 
that she got Adrianna fired from Fresh Mark. The 
complainant stated that Adrianna threatened to 
cut her while outside of Circle K South. 

The complainant did not see a knife but her friend 
saw a knife behind Adrianna's back. 

The complainant stated that she wanted this 
incident on file.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0359 04 
Date: 04/16/2019 20:03:00


Animal complaint
US 62 4 lane west of N. Ellsworth Ave.


Police responded to the area of the US 62 4 lane 
west of N. Ellsworth Ave. for a report of an injured 
deer. Police checked the area and were unable to 
locate anything.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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PUBLISHED 4:08PM APRIL 18, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0359 04 
Date: 04/16/2019 20:03:00


Animal complaint
US 62 4 lane west of N. Ellsworth Ave.



Police responded to the area of the US 62 4 lane 
west of N. Ellsworth Ave. for a report of an injured 
deer. Police checked the area and were unable to 
locate anything.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0358 04 
Date: 04/16/2019 19:38:00


Animal complaint
2289 N. Ellsworth Ave.


Police responded to the 2200 block of N. 
Ellsworth Ave. for a barking dog complaint. Police 
spoke with the homeowner who took the animals 
inside.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0357 04 
Date: 04/16/2019 11:45:08


Welfare Check
911 Call
920 Somerset Dr., #A


Officer responded a welfare check at 920A 
Somerset Dr. Dispatch advised that he keeps 
calling 911 wanting to know why the Independent 
Hose Club is closed. 

Officer spoke with Thomas Johnston and advised 
him that the Hose Club is probably closed due to 
no power. Officer also advised him that he should 
not be calling 911 for a non emergency call. 

Mr. Johnston stated that he would not call again. 
Mr. Johnston has many health issues.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0356 04 
Date: 04/16/2019 14:38:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Cunningham Rd @ SR 344


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer checked the area of Cunningham Rd and 
SR 344 for debris in the roadway. Officer could 
not find any debris in the road and cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0355 04 
Date: 04/15/2019 19:37:00


Juvenile complaint
435 Benton Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Krista Little


Officer received a report of an unruly juvenile at 
435 Benton Rd. The complainant Krista Little 
advised that her 15 year old daughter is on house 
arrest and she had left the house. The 
complainant stated that she left the house before 
she got home from work at 1600 hours. 

The complainant stated that she left the house 
when her brother went to the store. 

Ms. Little was advised to contact her probation 
officer at the Juvenile Court and a report would be 
on file.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0354 04 
Date: 04/15/2019 10:09:00


Traffic jam/road blocked
Egypt Road


Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Police located a down tree on Painter Rd while on 
patrol and contacted the township road 
department to remove the tree.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0353 04 
Date: 04/15/2019 09:09:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1206 Prospect St. Ext


Police called to check on wires down in the 1200 
blk of Prospect St. Ext. police located down phone 
lines caused by a tree falling from last nights 
storm.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 9:15AM APRIL 17, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0348 04 
Date: 04/13/2019 13:47:00


Stolen vehicle
1599 Grant St.


Caller/Complainant: Mary Fitch



Police responded to the 1500 blk of Grant St. for a 
report of a stolen vehicle. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the complainant who advised that they 
lent their vehicle to a friend yesterday (4-12-19) 
and they haven't returned it. The complainants 
advised that they do not want the friend charged 
and only want the vehicle returned. 

Police advised the complainant that the matter 
was then civil and they should attempt to contact 
the friend and have the car returned. Police were 
later contacted by the owner of the vehicle stating 
they were able to recover their vehicle.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0352 04 
Date: 04/14/2019 19:13:00


Property Damage
1071 W. Perry St



Police were dispatched to the 1000 block of W. 
Perry St for a tree that had fell on a house and 
vehicle. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the homeowner 
who stated the neighbors tree had fallen and 
cause minor damage to their house. The caller 
stated that there was minor damage to her gutter 
and her window screen and that her and the 
neighbor were going to handle the situation civilly 
and did not need to contact their insurance. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0351 04 
Date: 04/14/2019 18:59:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
W. Pine Lake RD



Caller/Complainant: Perry TWP



While on patrol police came upon a tree in the 
roadway on W. Pine Lake RD. Police were able to 
get one lane of travel open .

The tree was later removed by the Perry 
Township Road Dept.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0350 04 
Date: 04/13/2019 16:18:00


Illegal Dumping
SR 45 near substation


Caller/Complainant: Canfield Post


Police were dispatched to the area of SR 45 near 
the substation for a vehicle that had thrown beer 
bottles out of the vehicle and shattered on the 
road. 

Police were unable to find the broken bottles or 
make contact with the blue Dodge Ram ( 
HQB5451) and cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0349 04 
Date: 04/13/2019 16:06:00


Noise Complaint
Old Coach LN



Police were dispatched to the area of Old Coach 
LN for a complaint about a dirt bike driving on the 
roads. Police spoke with individuals that were 
outside who stated there was a dirt bike in the 
area but left prior to arrival. 

Police were unable to locate the dirt bike and 
cleared the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0347 04 
Date: 04/13/2019 09:28:00


Welfare Check
W. State St. near Georgetown Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the area of W. State St. near 
Georgetown Rd. to conduct a welfare check on a 
female subject who appeared "Odd" leaving the 
Dollar General on W. State St. 

Upon arrival police checked the area with 
negative contact.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0346 04 
Date: 04/13/2019 08:45:00


Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1169 W. Perry St.



Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. 
for a report of one to be removed. 

Upon arrival police spoke with both parties 
involved and found that the male half, Kenneth 
King, was asked to leave the property and he 
willingly agreed to leave to avoid anymore 
problems.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0345 04 
Date: 04/13/2019 00:53:00


Assault
1824 Countryside Dr.



Police were dispatched to the 1800 blk of 
Countryside Dr. for a report of two vehicle's going 
up and down the road with multiple subjects in 
each vehicle yelling at each other. 

Officer checked the area unable to locate any 
vehicles or hear anyone screaming. While 
searching the area officer observed a young male 
juvenile standing by a vehicle located at the 
above address. Police asked him if he heard any 
screaming and he advised that him and his 
friends were outside in the backyard playing 
basketball when a group of older men were 
discovered on the property and that they started a 
fight leaving three of the juveniles with non 
threating injuries. 

While officer spoke with all seven of the juvenile's 
involved and the owner of the residence written 
statements were obtained. The juvenile's stated 
that they did not know any of these older men or 
their names. 

Police were able to obtain photos of said older 
men but still were unable to identify any of them. 
Police advised a report would be on file for the 
incident and that if they come back to call the 
police immediately. 

Once written statements were obtained police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0344 04 
Date: 04/12/2019 21:18:00


Assist other Agency
Taco Bell, 1872 E. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer assisted Salem PD for a report of a 
suspicious male wearing a black hoody and sweat 
pants running around the drive thru of Taco Bell. 
Officer patrolled the area for stated male but could 
not locate anyone. 

Officer spoke with the Taco Bell employees at the 
drive thru window and they stated that they never 
seen anyone matching that description. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0343 04 
Date: 04/12/2019 20:44:00


Assist other Agency
Jennings Ave @ W 8th St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers assisted Salem PD on Jennings Ave at 
W. 8th St for a vehicle that fled crashing into 
vehicles and houses.

Officers found that a male subject fled the area 
and assisted in patrolling the area for the male 
subject. Officers had negative contact and cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Christopher Helsel 929



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0342 04 
Date: 04/12/2019 15:23:00


Welfare Check
1733 Devonshire Dr.


Caller/Complainant: Patriot Home Care, Suzie


The complainant called requesting a welfare 
check done on one of their patients. Officer 
responded to 1733 Devonshire Dr to check on 
Helen Baker. The complainant stated that she is 
confused and she is giving her transport driver a 
hard time. 

Officer spoke with Helen and was able to get her 
to be transported to the hospital for her 
appointment by her transport driver Tony.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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PUBLISHED 10:07AM APRIL 15, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0330 04 
Date: 04/10/2019 17:32:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Fresh Mark


Caller/Complainant: Jeff Datillo



Officer checked the semi truck entrance to Fresh 
Mark for a report of wires down. Officer found the 
wires to be either cable or phone. The 
complainant was advised as such. 

Officer found no traffic hazard. Officer cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0327 04 
Date: 04/10/2019 14:11:11


Domestic complaint
1915 Depot Road


Caller/Complainant: Shavonne Slider



Police spoke with complainant reference her 
boyfriend locking her out of house after she left 
home last night while arguing .

The complainant wished to file a protection order 
against the male. Police advised her to file for it in 
Lisbon.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0340 04 
Date: 04/11/2019 21:58:00


Investigate complaint
1269 Pembrooke Drive



Officers responded to 1269 Pembrooke drive. A 
female caller advised she was hearing something 
and believes someone may be going through the 
dumpster. 

Police arrived in the area and did not see any 
irregularities. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0339 04 
Date: 04/11/2019 18:30:00


Investigate complaint
1774 State Route 344



David Price Called the police department and 
stated there was Quads on his property. Police 
arrived in the area and could not locate the quads.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0338 04 
Date: 04/10/2019 19:00:00


Property damage accident
State Route 62 Near the 62 Four Lane



Police received a call from Alyssa Reynhart (25 
Years of age) from Salem, Ohio who stated she 
struck a deer on State Route 62 near the 62 four 
lane the day before and did not call Police. Alyssa 
was driving her 2010 Honda Charcoal in color 
(HJA7217).

Unknown what damage was done to vehicle or 
exact location of the crash.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0337 04 
Date: 04/11/2019 17:34:00



Domestic complaint
Arrest Made
489 Michigan Blvd


Caller/Complainant: George Giffin


Officer received a report on station from the 
complainant George Allen Giffin in reference to a 
domestic with his son. The complainant stated 
that his son, George Andrew Giffin (25) backed 
him in the corner of the basement and threatened 
him with a hatchet. The complainant stated that 
his son waved the hatchet in front of him and 
stated that he was going to kill him. 

The complainant filled out a voluntary statement 
and wanted charges filed. Officer responded to 
489 Michigan Blvd to serve charges on his son 
George Andrew Giffin. Officers made contact with 
the son George and took him into custody for 
Domestic Violence and Aggravated Menacing. He 
was transported to jail.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0336 04 
Date: 04/11/2019 16:37:00


Fire
1888 E. 11th St.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to a brush fire at 1888 E. 11th 
St. Upon arrival Police made contact with the 
home owner Kenneth Williams .  Williams advised 
that the landscapers were burning some logs 
when the leaves caught fire. Before the fire was 
able to cause any damage, the Fire Department 
was able to extinguished the fire.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0335 04 
Date: 04/11/2019 11:14:00


Medical
1302 Georgetown Rd



Police responded to a call of a female that was 
found non responsive by her husband. Police 
along with Perry Twp FD and EMT ambulance 
arrived and determined that the female had 
passed away during the night.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0334 04 
Date: 04/11/2019 08:28:00


Vandalism
643 Snyder Rd.


Police investigating a report of several campers 
having the windows broken out and entered while 
being stored in the building .

Police took photos of the damage as well as boot 
prints left behind at the scene. The suspects 
gained entry after cutting a hole in the fence on 
the back side of the business.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0333 04 
Date: 04/11/2019 08:10:00



Vandalism
643 Snyder Rd.


Police investigating a report of several campers 
having the windows broken out and entered while 
being stored in the building .

Police took photos of the damage as well as boot 
prints left behind at the scene. The vehicle 
damaged was a 2015 Raptor camper. The owner 
will take inventory on any items that may have 
been taken.

Officer met with Billie Adams and she checked on 
the contents of the camper. Billie stated that the 
only item missing was a craftsman socket set. 
Lisa also stated that the lock to the outside 
compartment while the socket set was locked was 
damaged.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0332 04 
Date: 04/10/2019 23:06:00


Welfare Check
1068 Liberty st



Police were dispatched to 1068 Liberty St. to 
conduct a welfare check on a Kimberly 
Kastenhuber (61). Upon arrival police were 
unable to make contact with Kimberly and were 
given permission to force entry by family. 

Upon entry Kimberly was found in her home with 
no signs of life. The coroner was called to the 
scene and she was transported by KLG.


Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
CO - Columbiana County Coroner




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0331 04 
Date: 04/10/2019 18:59:00


Vandalism
Goshen Rd @ entrance to Industrial Park


Officer responded to a report of vandalism. Officer 
found the door open to the utility box at the 
entrance to Industrial Park on Parkway East. 
Officer found this incident to be within the City of 
Salem but closed and secured the door to the 
box. 

There appeared to be no damage to the box.




Officer(s) 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0329 04 
Date: 04/10/2019 16:45:00


Reckless Operator
Citation Issued
Cunningham Rd.



Officer checked the area of Cunningham Rd for a 
reported reckless driver. The anonymous caller 
stated that a Blue Saturn was traveling all over 
the roadway. Officer spotted the stated vehicle as 
it was at Cunningham Rd and Butcher Rd. Officer 
made a traffic stop on the vehicle in the parking 
lot of Wal Mart. Officer made contact with the 
male driver, Michael Wehagen (20) of Ruffs Dale, 
PA.. 

Mr. Wehagen stated that he did not have a 
driver's license only a PA state ID card. Mr. 
Wehagen stated that he was just learning how to 
drive. Mr. Wehagen was cited for No OL and 
given a court date of 4-11-19 at 0830 hrs in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. The vehicle 
was driven away by the registered owners valid 
daughter in the passenger seat.




Officer(s) 
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0326 04 
Date: 04/10/2019 13:05:00


Domestic complaint
360 Springdale



Police called to a verbal domestic between an 
adult male and his stepfather. Police spoke with 
both parties and found that the adult son who 
lives at home with his parents was upset over the 
way he had to follow the rules. 

Police recommended several options that the son 
could do about seeking help. Salem PD also 
responded.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0325 04 
Date: 04/10/2019 07:55:00


Theft
643 Snyder Road



Caller/Complainant: Joe Colian



Police spoke with complainant reference theft of 
power equipment from his business. The 
complainant states that a pad lock was cut from 
the gate and entry was made. 

The list of items missing are being put together 
and will be entered into LEADS.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 1:05PM APRIL 12, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0324 04 
Date: 04/10/2019 07:10:00


Medical
1865 Cidermill Rd


Police called to a medical call for a unresponsive 
90 year old female, Upon police arrival KLG was 
transporting the female to Salem Hospital.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0322 04 
Date: 04/09/2019 22:17:00


Welfare Check
435 Benton Rd


Officer responded to 435 Benton Rd for a welfare 
check on Seth Little. Dispatch received a call from 
Seth's girlfriend advised that Seth was puking up 
blood. 

Officer made contact with Seth and he stated that 
he was sick but he was not going to the hospital. 
Officer could not talk him in to getting medical 
treatment.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0321 04 
Date: 04/09/2019 20:01:00


Suspicious person
2000 N. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Jim Baranovich



Officer received a report of suspicious males at 
2000 N. Lincoln Ave. The complainant stated that 
male subjects came on to his property in a red 
truck and jumped out wearing bullet proof vests. 
The males stated that they were looking for 
Desiree Ingledue. The complainant advised them 
that they were at the wrong residence. The 
complainant stated he was upset about the whole 
situation and did not know the identity of the 
males. 

Officer made contact with Austin Chappell from All 
American Big Bob's Bail Bonds. Austin 
appologized and stated that they went down the 
wrong driveway but ended up finding the right 
address 2234 N. Lincoln Ave. Austin stated that 
they did end up arresting Desiree Ingledue.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0320 04 
Date: 04/09/2019 17:26:00


Misdemeanor warrant
Arrest Made
435 Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officers responded to 435 Benton Rd to attempt a 
warrant for an unruly juvenile female. Officers 
made contact with the female juvenile at the 
residence and took her into custody. Officers 
transported her back to the office to wait on a 
Deputy Sheriff for transport to Tobin. 

The female juvenile was transported to the Tobin 
Center by a Deputy Sheriff.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0319 04 
Date: 04/09/2019 16:45:00


Civil Complaint
867 Cunningham Road



Police were dispatched to call a resident that has 
a rental property on Cunningham Road about 
missing property. Police spoke with the individual 
and she stated the post office needs a police 
report about missing mail. 

Police spoke with the tenant and she stated she 
returned the mail to the postman.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0318 04 
Date: 04/09/2019 07:47:00


Theft report
Entact
1224 Benton Rd.



Police responded to 1224 Benton Rd for a report 
of a theft. Entact site safety officer stated that a 
generator was stolen Sunday sometime during 
the night.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927 
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0317 04 
Date: 04/09/2019 05:48:00


OH-1/Non Injury
US62 @ County club Ln



Police responded to the above intersection for a 
car vs. deer accident. Unit # 1 owned/operated by 
Mike Ayers (51) out of Salem Ohio advised he 
was going westbound on US62 SR173 near 
County club Ln. when a deer entered the roadway 
causing him to strike the deer. The deer caused 
heavy damage to the passenger side front 
bumper and headlight. 

Police documented the damages with photos and 
also issued a report number for the insurance 
company. The registered owner did drive the 
vehicle from the scene. 

Police also had to dispatch the deer due to 
injuries.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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PUBLISHED 11:35AM APRIL 10, 2019
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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0308 04 
Date: 04/05/2019 03:36:00


Disabled vehicle
SR 45 at Benton RD



Caller/Complainant: Goshen TWP



Police were dispatched to the area of SR 45 and 
Benton RD for a disabled Akron Children's 
Hospital ambulance with a passenger inside. 

Police stood by until EMT arrived on scene to 
transport the patient. The Akron Children's 
ambulance was left off of the road for a mechanic 
to arrive and fix the vehicle. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0313 04 
Date: 04/07/2019 19:36:00


Animal complaint
1649 SR 344



Police were dispatched to the 1600 block of SR 
344 for a sick raccoon on the property. The 
homeowners requested police dispatch the animal 
for them. 

The raccoon was dispatched and police cleared 
without further incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0312 04 
Date: 04/06/2019 23:02:00


Explosion
2245 Shamrock Arbor



Police were dispatched to 2245 Shamrock Arbor. 
Dispatch stated the caller reported three loud 
explosions that shook his house. 

Police arrived in the area but did not see any 
irregular activity. Police cleared the area without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0311 04 
Date: 04/06/2019 19:18:00


Wants/Warrants check
1133 Prospect st


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were requested by Salem PD to attempt a 
warrant check at Salem Acres. Police checked the 
residence and were unable to make contact with 
the subject. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0310 04 
Date: 04/06/2019 02:52:00


Drunk
Citation Issued
Circle K, 1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Circle K Employee



Police responded to the above business for a 
report of an intoxicated male inside the store and 
who was stumbling and about fell over while 
purchasing food. Upon arrival Police spoke with 
the male Mr. Shawn McMurry (47), Salem Ohio 
44460 who did appear to be intoxicated. Police 
had McMurry call for a ride to come pick him up at 
the gas station. 

While waiting for a ride police did issue McMurry a 
minor misdemeanor citation for disorderly conduct 
by intoxication and gave him a mandatory court 
date of April 11, 2019 at the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. Once the cite was finished police 
issued it to McMurry and his mother came to the 
store to pick him up and take him home. 

Police cleared the scene without further incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0309 04 
Date: 04/05/2019 20:48:00


OH-1/Non Injury
U.S. 62 / S.R. 45 Bypass at West State Street


Police were dispatched to U.S. 62 / S.R. 45 
Bypass at West State Street for a two car accident 
with unknown injuries. 

Police arrived on scene and spoke Austin Barrett 
Flick 28 years of age. Austin stated he was at the 
traffic signal at the U.S. 62 / S.R. 45 Bypass at 
West State Street. Austin stated he had a green 
left turning arrow to turn left. Austin stated after he 
completed the turn his vehicle was struck on the 
right rear corner. 

Police spoke with Hannah Jenkins 19 years of 
age. Hannah stated she was traveling south 
bound on the U.S. 62 / S.R. 45 Bypass. Hannah 
stated she was approaching the intersection when 
the traffic signal turned green. Hannah stated she 
proceeded through the intersection. Hannah 
stated a car pulled out in front of her turning left. 
Hannah stated she slammed on her brakes and 
blew the horn as the vehicle stated to turn left but 
could not stop in time. 

No citations were issued to the driver's. Police 
cleared the scene without further incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Christopher Helsel 929




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PUBLISHED 8:55AM APRIL 8, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0305 04 
Date: 04/04/2019 11:47:00


Misdemeanor warrant
Arrest Made
1236 N.Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh



Police along with Salem PD arrested Thomas 
Larkins age 36 of Salem on a warrant issued out 
of C.C.S.O. for traffic violation. Mr. Larkins was 
taken into custody and transported to county jail 
and turned over.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0304 04 
Date: 04/04/2019 11:45:00


Assist other unit
1236 N. Lincoln Ave., #4


Caller/Complainant: Salem, PD



Police along with Salem PD executed a warrant 
out of Columbiana County on a male subject who 
was staying on N. Lincoln Ave. Police located the 
subject and placed him under arrest. The male 
Thomas Larkins age 36 was transported to 
C.C.S.O.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0303 04 
Date: 04/03/2019 18:02:00


Suspicious person
Pembrooke Dr


Officers received a call reference to two 
suspicious males walking around Pembrooke 
Villas wanting to see electric bills .

Officers made contact with both males. Both 
males had identification and was checked for 
warrants. Neither male had warrants and they 
were sent on their way.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Dwaine Craig 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0302 04 
Date: 04/03/2019 11:56:00


Suicide attempt
1229 Cunningham


Police responded to a medical call in the 1200 
block of Cunningham. 

At this time the case is under investigation. The 
police was contacted by Mahoning County 
Coroners office advising that the male subject had 
died from his wounds.



Officer(s)

Dwaine Craig 927
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0301 04 
Date: 04/03/2019 10:31:00


Alarm drop
1327 Highland Ave W


Police responded to the 1300 blk of Highland Ave 
W for a reported residential alarm. Upon arrival 
police made contact with the home owner who 
advised that their home health care aid set the 
alarm off upon their arrival and everything was 
fine.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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PUBLISHED 3:23PM APRIL 4, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0295 03 
Date: 03/31/2019 07:47:00

Crash Report/ Injury
Under Investigation
N. Ellsworth Ave at Pine Lake Rd.


Police responded to a two vehicle accident at the 
intersection of N. Ellsworth Ave at Pine Lake Rd. 
Upon arrival police found that a 2000 Harley 
Davidson Motorcycle (Orange) driven by Gino 
Centofanti (20) of Poland, OH, 44514 was 
stopped facing westbound on E. Pine Lake Rd. at 
the stop sign at N. Ellsworth Ave. 

Centofanti was struck while making a left turn to 
travel southbound on N. Ellsworth Ave by a 2006 
Chevrolet Cobalt (Silver) driven by Eric D. 
Tranovich (38) of Salem, OH, 44460 who was 
eastbound on W. Pine Lake Rd. after pulling from 
the stop sign at N. Ellsworth Ave. 

No citations have been issued, this incident is 
under investigation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0289 03 
Date: 03/29/2019 13:21:00

Illegal Dumping
Allen RD off Pinelake


Police responded to the area of Allen Rd off of E. 
Pinelake RD for a report of illegal dumping. Police 
checked the area and located a sweeper that was 
dumped along with several pieces of children 
clothes.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0291 03 
Date: 03/30/2019 00:04:00


Threats or harassment
2234 N. Lincoln Ave.


Caller/Complainant: James Ingledue



Police responded to the above address for a 
threat report. It was advised form the complainant 
that a male subject that goes by the name 
Christopher Wallace, out of East Liverpool, Ohio 
came to her residence to speak with an individual 
who lives there .

The complainant advised Christopher that the 
individual was not there and for him to leave. The 
complainant then stated this was when he 
became irate and threatened to come back to the 
residence and shoot everyone with a gun. 

Police obtained written statements from each 
victim. Police typed charges on the suspect for 
aggravated menacing and will send it to the courts 
so that a warrant would be issued. Police cleared 
without further incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0296 03 
Date: 03/31/2019 20:02:00


Telephone Harassment
2041 Countryside DR


Police were requested to contact an Erin Pitts by 
phone regarding her mother in law Alisha Mehno 
who is texting her with harassing text messages. 
Police spoke with Erin and advised her they would 
speak with Alisha about the messages and also 
advised Erin to block her phone number to avoid 
any further messages. 

Police cleared without further incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0294 03 
Date: 03/31/2019 06:48:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
344 just outside of city limits


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above area for reported 
tree in the roadway. Upon arrival police searched 
the area on 344 from the city limits all the way to 
Perry grange rd. not seeing any road obstruction. 
Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0293 03 
Date: 03/30/2019 23:48:00


Property damage accident
Citation Issued
Parkview @ N. Lincoln Ave.


Police responded to the above area for a one 
vehicle accident. Upon arrival police observed a 
2016 Red Chevy Colorado in a ditch with no one 
around. AAA was on scene with the vehicle and 
police were able to get an address of the operator. 

Police responded to the address and it was 
determined that Melanie Mayo (53) out of 
Blacklick Ohio, 43004 was the operator. Police 
issued a citation for Failure to Control to Mayo 
and gave her a court date at the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. 

AAA was able to remove the vehicle from the 
ditch and the vehicle was able to be driven home 
to an address on Manor Dr. Once the citation was 
issued police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0292 03 
Date: 03/30/2019 16:31:00


Disabled vehicle
Snyder rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatched to Snyder rd for a semi 
that got stuck at the pull off. Police stood by until 
the semi was removed by Davidson's Towing. 
Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0290 03 
Date: 03/29/2019 14:24:00


Property damage accident
SR 9 @ Stewart RD


Caller/Complainant: Robert Woods


Police spoke with complainant reference damage 
to his vehicles driver side mirror while traveling on 
SR 9 in the area of Stewart RD. Complainant 
Robert Woods of Salem who was traveling north 
on SR 9 when he was passed by another vehicle 
heading north causing vehicles to clip there 
mirrors. The second vehicle continued traveling 
north. 

A license plate number was provided by the 
complainant. 

Police will investigate the complaint.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0288 03 
Date: 03/29/2019 12:13:00


Alarm drop
1441 E.Pinelake RD


Police called to an alarm activation at the above 
location. Police found the residence secure with 
no key holder responding.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0287 03 
Date: 03/29/2019 08:13:00


Animal complaint
Springdale @ Restore



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police called to Springdale for a sick racoon 
standing in the road. Police dispatched the animal 
and had it disposed of by a construction crew who 
volunteered to handle it.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 9:33AM APRIL 1, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0286 03 
Date: 03/28/2019 14:42:00


Property damage hit-skip
1735 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to a private property accident hit 
skip. Unit # 1 owned by Kristen Culler was parked 
in her employer parking lot when a possible red 
Honda type vehicle may had backed into Unit # 1 
and drove away. 

Photos of the damage was taken with an incident 
report number.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0288 03 
Date: 03/29/2019 12:13:00


Alarm drop
1441 E.Pinelake RD



Police called to an alarm activation at the above 
location. Police found the residence secure with 
no key holder responding.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0290 03 
Date: 03/29/2019 14:24:00


Property damage accident
SR 9 @ Stewart RD


Caller/Complainant: Robert Woods



Police spoke with complainant reference damage 
to his vehicles driver side mirror while traveling on 
SR 9 in the area of Stewart RD. Complainant 
Robert Woods of Salem who was traveling north 
on SR 9 when he was passed by another vehicle 
heading north causing vehicles to clip there 
mirrors. The second vehicle continued traveling 
north. 

A license plate number was provided by the 
complainant. Police will investigate the complaint.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0289 03 
Date: 03/29/2019 13:21:00


Illegal Dumping
Allen RD off Pinelake


Police responded to the area of Allen Rd off of E. 
Pinelake RD for a report of illegal dumping. Police 
checked the area and located a sweeper that was 
dumped along with several pieces of children 
clothes.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0287 03 
Date: 03/29/2019 08:13:00


Animal complaint
Springdale @ Restore



Caller/Complainant: Salem, PD



Police called to Springdale for a sick racoon 
standing in the road. Police dispatched the animal 
and had it disposed of by a construction crew who 
volunteered to handle it.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0285 03 
Date: 03/28/2019 14:40:00


Theft
Under Investigation
109 Blossom Ln



Police investigating a theft of funds from a patient 
from a family member. The matter is being 
investigated by Perry Twp detective.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 4:38PM MARCH 29, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0282 03 
Date: 03/27/2019 07:33:00

Juvenile complaint
288 Benton Road



Police called to a report of a juvenile who was 
refusing to go to school, Police spoke with the 
juvenile and the mother and it was determined to 
take the juvenile to her grandparents do to mom 
having to go to work.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0284 03 
Date: 03/27/2019 18:20:00

Suspicious person
1800 block of Goshen Rd



Officer responded to the 1800 block of Goshen 
Rd for a report of a suspicious male riding a 
motorized bicycle stopping in front of people's 
driveways. Officer arrived and checked the area. 
Officer could not locate anyone riding a bicycle. 
Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0283 03 
Date: 03/27/2019 17:18:00

Medical
941 Canterbury Lane



Police responded to the 900 blk of Canterbury 
Lane for a reported medical issue. Police stood by 
with KLG until we were no longer needed.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service 
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0281 03 
Date: 03/26/2019 10:12:00


Open door
1879 Garfield Ave


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


While on patrol Police noticed a door of a 
residence open in the 1800 BLK of Garfield Ave. 
Police searched the residence and secured the 
door. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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PUBLISHED 8:29AM MARCH 28, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0280 03 
Date: 03/25/2019 19:26:00

Vandalism
2234 N Lincoln Avenue


Caller/Complainant: James Ingledue



Police responded to 2234 N Lincoln Avenue to 
take a vandalism report. Police arrived on scene 
and spoke with the complainant who stated his 
son came to his house and got into an argument 
with him about buying his pickup truck. The 
complainant stated before his son left he stuck a 
metal pipe through the left fender of his pickup 
truck and made a hole in the fender.


Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0279 03 
Date: 03/25/2019 16:00:00

OH-1/Non Injury
Pidgeon Road / Hearthside Drive



Police responded to a two car accident on 
Pidgeon Road at the intersection of Hearthside 
Drive. Female juvenile was turning South bound 
from Hearthside Drive and struck Julie Evancho 
57 Years of age head on. Both vehicle had minor 
damage. No injuries were reported.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0278 03 
Date: 03/25/2019 15:51:00

Assist other Agency
320 East Pigeon Road


Caller/Complainant: Columbina Children Services



Police received a call from Columbiana Children 
Services. Columbiana Children Services stated 
the would like police to assist them at 320 East 
Pigeon Road to attempt to locate a child. 

Police and Children Services arrived on scene but 
did not locate the child. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929


External Agency(s)
CSB - Columbiana Coutny Children Services



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0277 03 
Date: 03/25/2019 14:33:23

Suspicious person
Egypt Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to the area of Egypt Rd for a 
report of a disoriented female along the roadway. 
Officer checked the section of Egypt Rd in Perry 
Twp with negative contact. Officer found that the 
female was in Goshen Twp and Goshen Twp PD 
was on scene speaking with the female.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0276 03 
Date: 03/25/2019 12:37:00

Emergency notification
1625 N. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Summit County Coroner


Officer responded to 1625 N. Lincoln Ave to 
deliver a notification for the Summit County 
Coroner's Office. Officer spoke with David Place 
and advised him to have his wife contact the 
Summit County Coroner's Office.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0275 03 
Date: 03/24/2019 21:04:00


Property damage accident
Goshen Rd


Police were dispatched to Goshen Rd for a 
vehicle that struck a deer. Upon arrival police met 
with a Erin Pitts (39) from Salem Ohio who was 
driving her silver in color GMC Acadia (HOP6971) 
who stated a deer jumped in front of her causing 
her to strike and kill the animal. 

There was no damage to the vehicle and it was 
driven from the scene. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0274 03 
Date: 03/24/2019 20:06:00


Civil Complaint
435 Benton RD


Police were dispatched to the 400 block of Benton 
rd for a complaint about retrieving clothes from a 
residence. Police met with a Billie Tomlin who 
stated her clothes were in her ex boyfriend's 
house. 

Police spoke with Seth Little who stated he would 
be home shortly to gather Billie's clothes and 
would contact her with a place to meet to pick 
them up. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0273 03 
Date: 03/24/2019 14:13:00


Welfare Check
1359 Andrew Ave


Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of 
Andrew Ave. to conduct a welfare check on a 16 
year old female at the residence.

Police were able to make contact with the female 
and after speaking with her did not feel she was in 
any danger being at the residence. Police cleared 
without further incident.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Curtis Hetherington 926




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PUBLISHED 10:19AM MARCH 26, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0266 03 
Date: 03/23/2019 11:41:00

OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
SR 45 at Georgetown Rd.


Police responded to the intersection of SR 45 at 
Georgetown Rd. for a reported two vehicle 
accident. Upon arrival police found that a 2011 
Ford Edge (Black) driven by Paul Suggett (86) of 
Salem, OH, 44460 was eastbound on 
Georgetown Rd. at the stop sign at SR 45, failed 
to yield after a stop and struck a 2012 Jeep 
Liberty (Blue) driven by David Ogilvie (50) of 
Salem, OH, 44460 who was northbound on SR 
45. 

Mr. Sugget was issued a citation for Failure to 
Yield Right of way after a stop and given a court 
date of 4-12-2019 at 8:30 am to appear in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. Both 
vehicles sustained minor damage and were driven 
from the scene. No injuries were reported.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927 
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0272 03 
Date: 03/24/2019 09:25:17

Private Property Accident
Perry Township Police STORY


Caller/Complainant: Sanford, Ptl. Z.


Ptl. Z. Sanford reported that his personal vehicle 
was struck in the Perry Twp. parking lot by a Perry 
Twp. Police cruiser driven by Ptl. C. Helsel. Minor 
damage was caused to Sanford's vehicle. No 
damage was caused to the Perry Twp. Police 
cruiser #2.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0271 03 
Date: 03/24/2019 07:50:00

Welfare Check
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Circle K


Officers responded to a call of a suspicious 
subject sleeping in a black Chevy SUV with an 
OH GYV8531 in the parking lot of Circle K. The 
female in said vehicle advised she was ok and 
was just there waiting for someone regarding 
Buy/Sell/Trade.

Officers cleared with nothing further.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927 
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0270 03 
Date: 03/24/2019 03:11:00

Assist other unit
Georgetown Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Perry Twp Police assisted Salem PD on 
Georgetown Rd. looking for a blue Chevy cobalt. 
A complainant went to Salem PDs station and 
reported an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. 

Police checked the area and was unable to locate 
said vehicle.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0269 03 
Date: 03/23/2019 20:16:00


Reckless Operator
State Route 9 / 45 Bypass


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the area of State Route 9 at 
the State Route 45 Bypass For a report of a 
reckless driver in a silver Audi.

Police checked the area but did not locate the 
vehicle.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0268 03 
Date: 03/23/2019 18:58:00


Investigate complaint
269 Apple Street


Caller/Complainant: Scott Harinstine


Police received a call from Scott Hartinstine. Scott 
stated his daughter and her boyfriend, Daniel 
Roberts were involved in a domestic a few days 
ago. Scott stated Daniel was arrested. Scott 
stated his daughters vehicle is on her ex 
boyfriends property and is being blocked in by 
Daniel's vehicle. Scott stated he needed Daniel's 
vehicle to be moved so he could get his daughters 
vehicle out of the driveway. 

Police made contact with Daniel at his place of 
employment. Daniel stated he would get his 
vehicle moved and that the Scott could pick up 
the vehicle the next day. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0267 03 
Date: 03/23/2019 17:59:00


Animal complaint
1041 Beechwood rd


Police were dispatched to 1041 Beechwood rd for 
a complaint about a sick raccoon around the 
property. Police spoke with the homeowner who 
stated he was waiting for police before he 
dispatched the animal. The homeowner 
dispatched the raccoon and police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0263 03 
Date: 03/22/2019 14:31:00


Disabled vehicle
SR 45 west of Carriage Hill Dr.


Officer responded to a reported Semi truck stuck 
on the bypass. Officer arrived and found a Swift 
semi truck stuck off the South side of the bypass 
in the grass. Officer found that the semi truck 
yielded to the right for a passing ambulance and 
became stuck in the grass. 

Ludt's Towing was on scene and freed the semi 
truck.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0264 03 
Date: 03/22/2019 19:25:00


Animal complaint
1736 Ansley Way



Police responded to 1736 Ansley way for a 
raccoon in a garage. Police arrived on scene. The 
raccoon ran up a tree. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0265 03 
Date: 03/22/2019 19:34:00


Private Property Accident
1827 S Lincoln Avenue



Police responded to 1827 South Lincoln Avenue 
for a private property car accident. Police arrived 
on scene and spoke with, Joseph H. Repich lii. 
Joe stated he was backing out of his parking spot 
at Circle K when he struck the front bumper of 
Mary B . Taubert car. 

Joe was driving a 2006 Saturn Ion and Mary was 
driving a 2014 Chevy Cruze. Both vehicle 
received minor damage.

Joe and Mary exchanged insurance information. I 
cleared without further incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0261 03 
Date: 03/22/2019 07:54:00


OH-1/Non Injury
S. Lincoln Ave



Police responded to a 2 vehicle accident on S. 
Lincoln Ave and the 45 Bypass. Unit # 1 operated 
by Danielle Sutton age 34 of Salem was stopped 
in traffic when she attempted to back up to allow 
another vehicle who was backing up do to a large 
truck attempting to turn onto S. Lincoln Ave. Unit 
#1 failed to see Unit # 2 who was also stopped 
and backed into Unit # 2. 

Unit # 1 was damaged with Unit # 2 having no 
visible damage. Both vehicles driven from the 
scene with police faulting unit # 1 for improper 
backing. No injuries reported at time of crash.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0262 03 
Date: 03/22/2019 14:22:00


Investigate complaint
1548 Manor Dr.


Caller/Complainant: Larry May



Officer was requested to speak with the 
complainant at his residence. Officer spoke with 
the complainant and he stated that he lost his 
flashlight with keys a few weeks ago while walking 
his dog. The complainant wanted to know if 
anyone had found it and turned it in to the PD. 

Officer advised that complainant that no flashlight 
with keys have been turned in.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0259 03 
Date: 03/21/2019 13:15:00


Suspicious person
1290 E. 12th


Police called to the area of E.11 th for a 
suspicious male walking around houses looking 
inside. Police checked the surrounding area and 
was unable to locate any one matching the 
description.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0260 03 
Date: 03/21/2019 16:20:00


Vehicle Lock Out
1136 W. State St.



Officers responded to a report of a child 
accidentally locked inside a vehicle. The mother 
Ashley Anderson exited her vehicle locking the 
vehicle with her keys and son inside. Officers 
were able to unlock the vehicle and safely rescue 
the child.



Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927 
Richard Kimble 922



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PUBLISHED 12:03PM MARCH 24, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0258 03 
Date: 03/21/2019 02:40:00


Threats or harassment
1133 Prospect st, #5B


Caller/Complainant: Beth Hays


Police were dispatched to 1133 Prospect St. to 
speak with a Joseph Messenger due to his fiance' 
Beth Hays being harassed by Kevin and Steven 
Byers, stating they were going to post 
inappropriate pictures of her on the internet. 

Joseph and Beth stated nobody knew where 
Kevin and Steven were living at this time but 
believed they were under the influence of alcohol. 

While police were at residence Kevin and Steven 
called Joseph on the phone via Facebook 
messenger. Police spoke with both Kevin and 
Steven and advised them to stop contacting Beth 
and Joseph and for both parties to block each 
other, all parties agreed to block each other and 
police cleared without further incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0257 03 
Date: 03/20/2019 19:28:00


Property damage accident
Citation Issued
SR 9 at SR 45


Police responded to the area of SR 9 and SR 45 
for a two vehicle accident. Rose Ann Hack (62) of 
SR 9 Salem, OH was at the red light of SR 45 
facing southbound in a 2005 Honda. Brooke R. 
Heath (23) of Memorial Rd. Kensington, OH was 
southbound in a 2000 Chevy Silverado when she 
failed to stop in the assured clear distance ahead 
running into the back of the Honda. 

No injuries were reported at the time of the 
accident. 

Ms. Heath was issued a citation for ACDA and 
given a court date to appear in Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0256 03 
Date: 03/20/2019 14:44:00


Property damage accident
BROOKEDALE SENIOR LIVING


Officers responded to a 2 car property only 
accident in the Brookedale senior living parking 
lot. Unit # 1 a 2005 blue Chevy cobalt 
driven/owned by Treva Miller (86) of Beloit struck 
a vehicle while attempting to park her vehicle in a 
parking stall. 

Unit # 2 a white 2018 Toyota Camry driven/owned 
by Shelby Perry (40) of Salem was a parked and 
unoccupied vehicle and was struck by unit #1 in 
the front passenger quarter panel.




Officer(s)
Dwaine Craig 927
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0255 03 
Date: 03/20/2019 07:38:00


Suspicious vehicle
1924 S. Lincoln Ave.



Police called to check on a vehicle that was sitting 
with a male passenger who appeared to be 
sleeping, The vehicle had left prior to police 
arrival.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 8:57AM MARCH 21, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0254 03 
Date: 03/19/2019 21:09:00


Felony warrant
1133 Prospect St, #19 A


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officers attempted a felony warrant for 
aggravated arson at the above listed address. 
Officers could not locate anyone at the residence.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Channing Hank 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0253 03 
Date: 03/19/2019 16:38:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
E. Pidgeon @ South Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant:  CCSO



Police responded to E Pidgeon Road at South 
Lincoln Ave to check on the steel plates covering 
the roadway. Police noticed no road hazard with 
the steel plates covering the roadway on E 
Pidgeon Road.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0252 03 
Date: 03/19/2019 16:20:00


Theft / Lost Prescription Drugs
1169 W. Perry



Caller/Complainant: Paula May


Officer responded to a report of missing 
medication. Officer arrived and spoke with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that she had 
a prescription for three pills of Diazepam 10mg for 
her dentist appointment tomorrow. The 
complainant stated that she had left the residence 
after having a fight with her husband, Christopher 
May. The complainant returned home and found 
the prescription bottle empty. 

The complainant believes that it was her husband 
that took the pills just out of spite. The 
complainant was not due to take one of the three 
pills until tonight before the morning dentist 
appointment.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0251 03 
Date: 03/19/2019 15:39:00


Assist other Agency
Speedway


Officer assisted Salem PD in returning a found 
wallet at Speedway to the owner of the wallet at 
770 Carriage Hill Rd. Officer found the owner of 
the wallet, Timothy Parks, at his residence and 
returned the wallet to him.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0250 03 
Date: 03/19/2019 14:49:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave in front of 1785 S. Lincoln Ave


Officer responded to a report of a two vehicle 
accident with no injuries on South Lincoln Ave. 
Officer found that Unit #1 a Maroon 2014 Ford 
Focus driver/owner John Hall (49) of Leetonia, 
Ohio was travelling South Bound when he struck 
a 2009 white Mercury Mariner driver/owner 
Michael Downard (54) of Wellsville, Ohio was 
stopped in traffic on South Lincoln Ave. 

Unit # 1 was cited for ACDA and given a court 
date of 3/29/19 at 8:30 A.M. in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Richard Kimble 922




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PUBLISHED 8:20AM MARCH 20, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0249 03 
Date: 03/18/2019 20:56:00


Animal complaint
SR 9 near Cider Mill Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Dakota Herron



Police responded to the area of SR 9 and Cider 
Mill Rd. for a deceased deer. The complainant 
advised he struck the deer while driving but did 
not wish for a report as there was minimal 
damage. A deer release form was filled out and 
given to the complainant.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0247 03 
Date: 03/18/2019 14:48:00


Domestic complaint
Arrest Made
269 Apple St.


Officer responded to a report of a domestic at 
Salem PD. Officer arrived and spoke with 
Amanda Hartenstein. Amanda stated that her 
boyfriend, Daniel Roberts (32), assaulted her by 
hitting her in the face and holding her down by her 
throat. Amanda and Daniel live together and have 
two children in common. 

Amanda did have visible marks and filled out a 
voluntary statement .

Officer found Daniel at his residence and took him 
into custody for domestic violence. Daniel was 
transported to the County Jail.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Dwaine Craig 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0246 03 
Date: 03/18/2019 14:44:00


Assist other unit
S. Ellsworth Ave @ Synder Rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officer assisted Salem PD with a traffic stop on S. 
Ellsworth Ave @ Synder Rd. Officer assisted 
Salem PD while they arrested a male passenger 
for an active warrant out of Columbiana County.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Dwaine Craig 927




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PUBLISHED 8:55AM MARCH 19, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0245 03 
Date: 03/18/2019 01:42:00

Property damage accident
SR45


Caller/Complainant:  Ptl. Z. Sanford


Police while en route back to the township from 
the Columbiana County Municipal Building struck 
a raccoon who entered the roadway causing 
damage to the driver side front bumper.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0244 03 
Date: 03/17/2019 19:38:00

Animal complaint
1663 Goshen Road



Police were dispatched to 1663 Goshen road for a 
complaint of a racoon in the callers front yard and 
walking in the roadway .

Police arrived on scene and dispatched the 
racoon. Police cleared without further incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0243 03 
Date: 03/17/2019 18:13:00

Civil Complaint
Circle K South

Caller/Complainant: Carmen Chick


Police were dispatched to 1827 S Lincoln Ave at 
Circle K for a Carmen Chick stating the mother of 
his child Linda Bowlin Chick was refusing to let 
him have his child who he has full custody over. 

Upon arrival police me with Carmen who stated 
Linda released the child before police arrival. 
Carmen stated he just wanted the situation 
documented. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s) 
Curtis Hetherington 926
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0242 03 
Date: 03/17/2019 14:29:00

Alarm drop
Visiting Angels


Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of E. 
Pigeon rd for an alarm drop. Police made contact 
with the landlord of the business, Scott Seiple, 
who stated he was on the property to inspect the 
building. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0241 03 
Date: 03/17/2019 10:47:00

Medical
1285 E 12th st


Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of E. 
12th st for and elderly male who fell and hit his 
head. Police stood by until the male was 
transported by KLG to Salem Regional.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0240 03 
Date: 03/15/2019 21:03:00


Reckless Operator
State Route 344 at Cunningham Road



Police were dispatched to a reckless driver that 
was on State Street west bound from the U.S. 62 / 
S.R. 45 Bypass. Police were not able to find the 
vehicle. A short time later dispatch advised police 
that Salem Police Department had conducted a 
traffic stop with the vehicle on S.R. 344 at the 
intersection of Cunningham Road. Salem Police 
advised the vehicle was weaving in the east 
bound lane of travel on S.R. 344. 

Police spoke with the driver of the vehicle Robert 
H. Bryant Jr. 57 years old from Petersburgh, 
Robert stated he took some medication in the 
morning. Robert was not able to tell officers what 
day it was or who the president was.

Robert was transported to Salem Hospital by 
ambulance. Police spoke with Robert's mother on 
the phone . Roberts mother stated he was having 
a diabetic episode. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0239 03 
Date: 03/15/2019 20:01:48


Property damage accident
Circle K South



Caller/Complainant: David Miller


Police responded to Circle k gas station, for a Car 
that struck a deer at 1827 S. Lincoln Avenue. 
Police made contact with David Miller. David 
stated he was north bound on S.R. 45. 
approaching the intersection of the 45 Bypass. 
David stated he was watching a piece of 
construction equipment on the side of the road 
when he struck a deer at a low speed causing his 
front bumper to crack. 

David stated he would like an incident report for 
the crash. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0238 03 
Date: 03/15/2019 17:30:40


Animal complaint
1245 West State Street


Caller/Complainant: Mike Greenamyer

Police responded to the area of 1245 West State 
street for a report of a blue nose pitbull and a 
three legged poodle running across West State 
Street in front of the callers residence. 

Police arrived in the area but could not locate the 
two dogs. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0237 03 
Date: 03/15/2019 16:03:00


Traffic offense
Citation Issued
Chestnut Grove Road / S. Lincoln Avenue



Police conducted a traffic stop on Miquaysha 
Hamlett 24 years old from Youngstown. 
Miquaysha traveled left of center and had a 
suspended driver's license. Miquaysha stated she 
was on her way to work at Fresh Mark. 

A probable cause search was conducted of the 
vehicle. Maiquaysha was issued a traffic citation 
for traveling left of center and driving under 
suspension .

Miquaysh vehicle was towed. 

Police cleared with out incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0236 03 
Date: 03/15/2019 14:08:00


Assist other unit
SR 45


Caller/Complainant: Sheriff's Office



Officer received a report of a possible intoxicated 
driver northbound on SR 45 from Lisbon towards 
Salem. Deputies were enroute to look for the 
vehicle a Green Ford F-150 male driver. Officer 
sat stationary in the area of SR 45. 

Officer had negative contact with the stated 
vehicle.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0235 03 
Date: 03/15/2019 08:47:00


Identity Theft /Fraud
943 Stewart RD


Caller/Complainant: Glenn Spack



Police spoke to complainant reference his bank 
accounts being hacked thru his computer, The 
complainant has already notified his bank and has 
made contact with life lock. No money missing at 
this time.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921





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PUBLISHED 8:27AM MARCH 18, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0229 03 
Date: 03/14/2019 04:12:00

Investigate complaint
Blossom Nursing Home



Police were dispatched to Blossom Nursing Home 
for a worker stating they could hear a female 
yelling from the woods behind the business. 
Police spoke with the caller who stated the yelling 
stopped as police were arriving on scene. 

Police checked the area around the business and 
surrounding streets and were unable to hear any 
yelling. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0228 03 
Date: 03/13/2019 20:52:00

Disabled vehicle
US 62 at Goshen Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Hank



Police observed a disabled vehicle at the 
intersection of US 62 and Goshen Road. Sinsleys 
Towing responded and transported the vehicle to 
a location at the owners request.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0227 03 
Date: 03/13/2019 20:46:00

Animal complaint
983 Georgetown Road


Police responded to Georgetown road for a report 
of a deer on the road way. Police arrived on scene 
and removed the deer. 


Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0226 03 
Date: 03/13/2019 16:32:00

Animal complaint
1450 Jennings Avenue



Police were dispatched to 1450 Jennings Ave for 
an animal complaint. Audrey Prenosile stated the 
home owner has two big dogs that look like they 
are killers and they scare her. Audrey was unsure 
if the dogs were on their property. 

Police attempted to make contact with the home 
owner on Jennings Ave. but no one was home.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0225 03 
Date: 03/13/2019 00:47:00

Traffic offense
Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave. @ Snyder Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford



Police did a random registration check on a Black 
1999 Buick 4-door which showed the registered 
owner to be suspended. Police observed the 
registered owner in the driver seat. Police initiated 
a traffic stop on the vehicle on S. Lincoln Ave. at 
Snyder Rd. in Perry Township and spoke with the 
operator, Desmond Asberry (28) out of 
Youngstown Ohio. Police advised Asberry the 
reason he had been stopped was because of his 
license being suspended. 

While talking with Asberry police asked for 
consent to search the vehicle in which consent 
was granted by Asberry. While searching the 
vehicle police located a vape pen in the center 
counsel used to smoke marijuana. Police asked 
Mr. Asberry about it and it was advised that he 
last used the pen to smoke marijuana two days 
ago. 

As a result of the stop Asberry was cited for 
Driving Under Suspension and was given a minor 
misdemeanor citation for the marijuana pen. 
Asberry has a mandatory court appearance date 
of March 18, 2019 at the CCMC located at 38832 
Saltwell Rd. Lisbon Ohio 44432. 

After the traffic cite and MM cite was issued a 
valid driver did respond to the scene to get the 
vehicle. Police cleared the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0224 03 
Date: 03/12/2019 19:10:00

Investigate complaint
Prospect Street


Police responded to a complaint in the area of 
Prospect street. A Neighbor called and stated 
there was a woman driving under suspension. 
The caller stated the women had a newer white 
jeep with stickers on the back. Officers responded 
to the area but did not locate the vehicle. Police 
Cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0223 03 
Date: 03/12/2019 15:46:00

Welfare Check
1140 W. Perry Street


Officers received a call to respond to 1140 W. 
Perry Street to conduct a welfare check on Robert 
Coleman. Officer arrived on scene and spoke with 
Robert. Robert stated he was okay and bumped 
his life alert button. 


Officers cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0222 03 
Date: 03/12/2019 14:08:00

Assist other unit
Benton Road


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Police responded to Benton Road near the 
US62/SR45 to assisted the Ohio State Highway 
Patrol on a traffic stop. Police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0221 03 
Date: 03/12/2019 11:19:00

Welfare Check
1033 Cunningham Rd



Caller/Complainant: Leetonia PD



Officer received a call from a Leetonia PD SRO 
requesting a welfare check on a juvenile that had 
not showed up for school in months. Officer 
checked the Solomon residence on Cunningham 
Rd and found no one at home. 

Officer contacted the officer back and advised him 
that contact could not be made with anyone at the 
residence.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0220 03 
Date: 03/11/2019 11:48:00

Welfare Check
1208 W. Perry



Police requested to check on an elderly male that 
failed to show up for a medical appointment, 
Salem Hospice had requested the check. Police 
spoke with the male and his relative and advised 
him to contact Salem Hospice.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 8:45AM MARCH 14, 2019
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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0212 03 
Date: 03/07/2019 06:50:00


Crash Report/ Injury
Citation Issued
US 62 and SR 45


Police were dispatched to the area of US 62 and 
SR 45 for a 2 car accident with injuries. Unit 1 
driven by Bernard Durant age 27 of Salem was 
heading East on US 62 when he attempted to turn 
south onto the bypass. Unit # 1 crossed the 
center line and struck unit 2 driven by a Matthew 
Altman age 49 of Leetonia who was traveling 
north on the bypass. 

Mr Altman had to be cut out of his vehicle and 
was transported by KLG to Salem Regional with 
non life threatening injuries. 

Both vehicles sustained disabling damage and 
were removed from the scene by Davidsons 
Towing. 

Mr Durant was issued a citation for reasonable 
control and given a court date of 03-21-2019 at 
8:30 am. Perry Twp FD and Salem FD assisted in 
using the jaws of life to remove Mr. Altman from 
his vehicle.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
SFD - Salem Fire Department
DT - Davidson's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0211 03 
Date: 03/07/2019 00:30:00

Mental
Blossom Nursing Home


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were dispatched to Blossom Nursing Home 
for a female who had been calling police, the 
caller does have mental history and claimed she 
is paranoid that the staff is going to "do 
something" to her when she goes to sleep. 

Police assured the female she had nothing to 
worry about and to only contact 911 for an 
emergency. 

Police cleared without further incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0210 03 
Date: 03/06/2019 23:37:00


Medical
1134 Jones DR


Caller/Complainant: Life Alert


Police were dispatched to the 1100 block of Jones 
DR for an elderly female that had fallen. Police 
were advised of where the keys were to the house 
to gain entry and upon entry found the female on 
the ground in her office. She stated she was 
uninjured but needed help up. 

Police helped the female up and EMT checked for 
injuries. Police cleared the call when EMT arrived.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0209 03 
Date: 03/06/2019 13:29:00


Crash Report/ Injury
Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave @ 45 bypass


Police investigated a 2 vehicle accident at S. 
Lincoln Ave @ 45 bypass. Unit # 1 operated by 
Charles Nest age 28 of Brilliant Oh was traveling 
north on S. Lincoln Ave when he failed to see Unit 
# 2 who was stopped in traffic also going north. 
Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 from behind causing 
damage to both vehicles. Unit # 2 was towed from 
the scene and Unit # 1 was driven from the scene. 

Police issued a citation to Mr. Nest for assured 
clear distance ahead and set a court date to C 
.C.M.C. The driver of Unit # 1 checked by KLG 
and signed a refusal for transport.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0208 03 
Date: 03/05/2019 14:30:00


Traffic offense
Citation Issued
South Lincoln Ave at E Pideon Road



Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on South Lincoln 
Ave at E Pidgeon Road on a 1998 Jeep Grand 
Cherokee (Green) and found the operator/owner 
Shelley L. Hernamdez (46) of Lisbon, Ohio was 
operating the vehicle with a suspended license. 

Mrs. Hernandez was issued a citation for non-
compliance suspension, expired registration, and 
wearing headphones while driving. Mrs. 
Hernandez was given a mandatory court date of 
3/7/2019 to appear in Columbiana County 
Municipal. 

Kaiser Towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle with a hold for a valid driver. 
Mrs. Hernandez was picked up by her husband.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0207 03 
Date: 03/04/2019 23:29:00


Wants/Warrants check
791 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Sanford



Police responded to the above address to serve a 
warrant. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the wife of the 
wanted individual who advised he was not home 
and that he was in Pennsylvania on business. 
Police asked for consent to search the residence 
to assure the statement made about him not 
being there was true, permission was denied. 
Police cleared the scene without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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PUBLISHED 9:29AM MARCH 7, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0206 03 
Date: 03/03/2019 17:19:00

Disabled vehicle
Goshen Rd and the Bypass


While on patrol police found a vehicle that had slid 
off the roadway on the Bypass near Goshen Rd. 
Police spoke with the owner Johnathon Way that 
stated he already spoke with AAA who was 
already in route. 

The vehicle sustained no damage and was not a 
road hazard for other vehicles. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0205 03 
Date: 03/03/2019 15:27:00


Alarm drop
1135 Cunningham Rd


Police were dispatched to the 1100 block of 
Cunningham Rd for an alarm drop. Police 
checked the house and everything was secure. 
Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0204 03 
Date: 03/03/2019 13:30:00


Medical
410 Benton Rd., #A2



Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for 
a reported suicidal subject. Upon arrival police 
made contact with the subject who did advise they 
wanted to hurt themselves. 

Police contacted KLG Ambulance who 
transported the subject to the hospital to be 
evaluated.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulance Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0203 03 
Date: 03/02/2019 20:18:00


Misdemeanor warrant
Arrest Made
791 Pidgeon Road



Police responded to 791 Pidgeon Road in attempt 
to serve a warrant. Police made contact with, 
Monica Cosma. Monica had a failure to appear 
warrant for unpaid taxes. Monica was taken into 
police custody and taken to the Columbiana 
county jail.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0202 03 
Date: 03/02/2019 20:15:00


911 hang-up
1851 Goshen Road


Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department


Police were dispatched to 1851 Goshen Road. 
Dispatched advised Salem Police Department 
had fifteen opened 911 calls.

Police arrived on scene and learned that a five 
your old child was playing on a cell phone. The 
child advised that she was sorry .

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0201 03 
Date: 03/02/2019 17:34:00


Civil Complaint
1253 Benton rd



Caller/Complainant: Patty Murphy


Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Benton Rd for a landlord complaint about tenants 
breaking back into their apartment. 

After speaking with the tenants it was found they 
still had residence there till March 15th. The 
tenants took their belongings and left the property. 
Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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PUBLISHED 7:30AM MARCH 4, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0195 03 
Date: 03/01/2019 15:28:00


Medical
1599 Grant St.


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Grant St. for a 
reported overdose. Upon arrival police found the 
subject had taken an excess of 50 narcotics pills. 
The subject was transported to the Salem 
Hospital for evaluation.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0200 03 
Date: 03/02/2019 12:09:00


OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury
Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave at E. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant:  Randolph P. Strader


Police responded to a two vehicle accident at the 
intersection of S. Lincoln Ave at E. Pidgeon Rd. 
Upon arrival police found that a 2005 Chevrolet 
Trail Blazer (Gray) driven by Randolph P. Strader 
(75) of Salem, OH, 44460 was stopped at the 
traffic light on S. Lincoln Ave facing southbound 
and was struck by a 2019 Kenworth Semi Truck 
(Blue) driven by Stanley K. Detweiler (41) of Port 
Orange, Florida, 32127 who was making a left 
turn from E. Pidgeon Rd. onto S. Lincoln Ave. 

Mr. Detweiler was issued a citation for Improper 
Turn and given a court date of 3-19-2019 at 8:30 
am to appear in the Columbiana County Municipal 
Court. No injuries were reported at the scene. 

Sinsley's towing removed the Trail Blazer from the 
scene.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0199 03 
Date: 03/02/2019 10:50:00


Domestic complaint
1210 Benton Rd.


Police responded to the 1200 blk of Benton Rd. 
for a reported domestic dispute between live -in 
boyfriend and girlfriend. 

Upon arrival police found that the incident started 
over a cell phone which lead to pushing. Both 
parties advised that it was nothing serious and 
both refused to pursue charges. 

Police advised both parties of the consequences 
of domestic violence if police would have to 
return.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0198 03 
Date: 03/01/2019 18:40:00


Theft
410 Benton Rd, #3



Police took a report via telephone in reference to 
theft of boots from a residence. A written 
statement was obtained from the victim and 
charges are pending.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0197 03 
Date: 03/01/2019 17:17:00


Property damage accident
Citation Issued
Snyder Rd behind Fresh Mark



Officer responded to a reported semi truck 
blocking the roadway stuck on Snyder Rd behind 
Fresh Mark. Officer arrived and found that the 
Trans Am semi truck driven by Corey Akers Jr 
(24) of Richmond, VA was attempting to turn 
around on Snyder Rd. The semi truck became 
stuck in the grass behind Fresh Mark. Mr. Akers 
did have Canfield Towing enroute to the scene.

Officer found that the semi truck registration was 
expired. Mr. Akers was cited for expired 
registration and given a court date of 3-15-19 in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. No damage 
was reported to the semi truck. 

Fresh Mark property had deep ruts in the grass 
from the semi truck.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0196 03 
Date: 03/01/2019 15:55:00


Theft
Under Investigation
Blossom Nursing Home



Police responded to the 100 blk of Blossom Lane 
for a reported theft of medication. This incident is 
under investigation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0194 03 
Date: 03/01/2019 10:30:00


Animal complaint
751 W. Pinelake RD



Caller/Complainant: Charles Kisner


Police called to a sick racoon call at the above 
location, Police spoke with the complainant who 
advised that a racoon had been in his back yard 
and it was unable to keep its balance. Police 
located the animal and determine that the animal 
was sick and euthanized the animal.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0193 03 
Date: 03/01/2019 08:12:00


OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
62/45 Bypass @ 14F


Caller/Complainant: Robert Sinsley



Police called to a single vehicle MVA at the dead 
end of 45/62 bypass @ 14F, Unit # 1 operated by 
Michael Kerns age 38 of Poland Oh was traveling 
north on the bypass when he fell asleep causing 
his vehicle to run off the road at the dead end and 
crash over 150 feet into the swamp. 

Sinsley's towing was called to remove the vehicle 
and police issued a citation to Mr. Kerns for failure 
to control. The vehicle had to be towed from the 
scene due to the damage from the crash. 

Mr. Kerns reported no injuries at time of the 
report.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0192 03 
Date: 03/01/2019 00:14:00


Assist other unit
SR14 end of 4 lane



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatched to the area of SR 45 near 
the 4 lane for a vehicle off the road. After 
checking the area police were unable to locate the 
vehicle at that location. Police then checked the 
end of the 4 lane near SR 14 where they 
discovered Goshen township out with that vehicle. 
Police stood by with Goshen township until 
another unit arrived. 

Police cleared without further incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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PUBLISHED 5:00PM MARCH 2, 2019
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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0190 02 
Date: 02/27/2019 20:07:00

Animal complaint
1222 Benton Road


Police were dispatched to 1222 Benton Road for 
an injured deer that was struck by a vehicle. 
Police arrived on scene and dispatched the deer. 

Police cleared without further incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0189 02 
Date: 02/27/2019 20:08:00


Animal complaint
1900 block of Egypt Rd



Caller/Complainant: Randy Howells



Officer responded to a report of a loose horse in 
the 1900 block of Egypt Rd. Officer arrived and 
found that the owner/complainant had located the 
horse and had it back in the fenced area. 

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0188 02 
Date: 02/27/2019 17:54:00


Disabled vehicle
873 Georgetown Rd


Officer responded to a disabled vehicle in the 
middle of the roadway on Georgetown Rd at 
Hickey Metal. Officer arrived and found no 
disabled vehicles in the roadway. Officer cleared 
without incident.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0187 02 
Date: 02/27/2019 11:39:00


Recovered property
SR 344 at Chestnut Grove Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Det.Reynolds



Police on patrol were flagged down at the 
intersection of SR 344 at Chestnut Grove Rd. for 
a wallet that was found in the middle of the 
roadway. The wallet belonging to, Alec 
Lamancusa, of Salem, OH, 44460 was brought 
back to the station and placed into evidence until 
contact could be made.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0186 02 
Date: 02/26/2019 18:50:00


Animal complaint
US 62 north of Goshen Rd.



Police responded to the area of US 62 north of 
Goshen Rd. for a report of a dog running around 
in the area. Police checked the area and were 
unable to locate anything.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0185 02 
Date: 02/25/2019 21:00:00


Suspicious person
2200 block of Goshen Rd



Officers responded to a report of a suspicious 
person in the 2200 block of Goshen Rd. The 
suspicious person is walking with a flashlight and 
yelling. Officers checked the area but could not 
locate anyone. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0184 02 
Date: 02/25/2019 15:37:00


Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1881 Hunt Rd


Officer checked the area of Hunt Rd by the water 
tower for a report of lines down on the roadway. 
Officer found lines hanging but not touching the 
ground. Officer observed the lines to be either 
cable or phone. Officer observed the wires as not 
being a traffic hazard and cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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PUBLISHED 2:15PM FEBRUARY 28, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0182 02 
Date: 02/25/2019 05:46:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Painter near Egypt



Police were dispatched to the above area for a 
tree in the roadway. upon arrival police observed 
a very large tree obstructing the road. Police had 
dispatch contact the Perry Twp, Street Dept. and 
have them respond to the scene to cut up the tree 
and remove it from the roadway. 

The street Dept. cleared the tree and police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0181 02 
Date: 02/24/2019 22:28:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Parkview / Brookview



Police were advised by a resident there was a 
tree down across the road at Parkview Ave and 
Brookview Ave. Officers removed what they could 
from the road way. Perry Township Road 
Department removed the rest.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0180 02 
Date: 02/24/2019 16:15:00

Alarm drop
1201 Jones DR


Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of Jones 
DR for an alarm drop at a residence. Upon arrival 
police met with the key holder who stated the 
Realtor company was just there and must not 
have closed the door all the way. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0179 02 
Date: 02/24/2019 10:26:00

Traffic jam/road blocked
Egypt Rd. in the 1700 blk


Police on patrol came across a tree and live wires 
down across the roadway in the 1700 blk of Egypt 
Rd. Police and the Perry Twp. 

Fire Dept. blocked the roadway until Ohio Edison 
could respond.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0178 02 
Date: 02/24/2019 03:00:00

Suspicious vehicle
Circle K
1827 S Lincoln Ave



Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious vehicle report. It was advised from the 
clerk that there was a black Dodge Dakota sitting 
at the pump or a long time. 

Upon police arrival the vehicle was gone. Police 
cleared the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0177 02 
Date: 02/23/2019 22:17:00

Assist other unit
247 E. 5th St.



Police responded to E. 5th St. to assist Salem PD 
with a narcotics and firearm complaint. Police 
stood by until they were no longer needed.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927 
Christopher Helsel 929 



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0176 02 
Date: 02/23/2019 04:29:00

Noise Complaint
697 Heritage Ln.



Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. It was advised from an 
anonymous caller that there was a truck in the 
driveway of the above address who was letting 
their vehicle run and had a super loud exhaust. 
Upon arrival police heard the vehicle in question 
and spoke with the owner and advised him of the 
complaint. The owner advised he would turn the 
vehicle off .

Police also advised further for him to get the 
exhaust fixed or he could be cited for loud 
exhaust. The owner advised he would fix the 
problem. Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0175 02 
Date: 02/23/2019 02:01:00

Assist other unit
Goshen Rd @ Bypass


Perry Twp. Police were requested to the above 
area to assist The Ohio State Highway Patrol and 
Salem PD who was involved in a vehicle pursuit 
that started within the city limits. 

Upon arrival Post 15 had gotten the vehicle, a 
2016 Kia 4-door Black in color to a stop and all 
agencies had to force the operator, Uriah James 
(32) LKA: Akron, Ohio, out of the vehicle. 

While Police were attempting to handcuff Mr. 
James, he began biting several police officers. 
After handcuffing Mr. James, he was transported 
to the Salem Regional Medical Center for 
treatment due to injuries that he sustained during 
the incident. Mr. James will have charges from 
each department involved, including Assault on a 
Peace Officer and Resisting Arrest from Perry 
Twp PD. 

Once Mr. James was transported to the ER by 
EMT police cleared the scene without further 
incident. Charges were served to Mr . James at 
the jail the following day.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP 
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD
Salem City - Salem Police Department 
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0174 02 
Date: 02/23/2019 00:04:00

Misdemeanor warrant
Arrest Made
1129 W. Perry St., #302



Police responded to the above address to check 
on a male individual with an active warrant out of 
Columbiana County. 

Police spoke with, and subsequently arrested Mr. 
John Peuterbaugh of Salem age 44 on the active 
warrant for Failure to appear on a traffic violation, 
and transported him to a designated location 
where he was transferred over to a county 
Deputy. 

Once Peuterbaugh was released into the Deputy's 
custody police cleared the scene without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924
Christopher Helsel 929



External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0173 02 
Date: 02/22/2019 07:20:00

Animal complaint
1217 W. State St.



Police responded to the 1200 blk of W. State St. 
for a report of a deer struck in the roadway. Upon 
arrival police found the deer was still alive but had 
broken legs and was unable to get up. 

Police used one round and dispatched the deer. 
The deer was moved off the roadway and a third 
party was contacted to remove the deer.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


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PUBLISHED 8:54AM FEBRUARY 25, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0171 02 
Date: 02/20/2019 21:48:00

Medical
647 E. Pine Lake Road



Officers responded to 647 East Pine Lake Road 
for a male that was Choking. Officers arrived on 
scene with the KLG Ambulance. Paramedics 
spoke with, Boe Endicott. Boe stated he feels like 
there is a piece of steak stuck in his throat. 

Boe was transported to Salem Hospital. Officers 
cleared with out incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0170 02 
Date: 02/20/2019 21:19:00

Domestic complaint
1001 Cunningham Road



Officers responded to 1001 Cunningham Road. 
Samuel Hepfner stated his 17 year old daughter is 
not listening to him. Sam stated he tried to get his 
daughter to go to church but she refused to go. 
Sam stated his daughter cursed at him and ran 
upstairs. 

Sam stated he just wanted officers to speak with 
his daughter. Officers spoke with Sam's daughter. 

Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0169 02 
Date: 02/20/2019 14:17:52

Alarm drop
1826 Depot Road



Police called to an alarm activation at the above 
location. police checked the area and found the 
building secured. 

Dispatch advised police that the alarm company 
was having problem with the system and was 
sending a service order to fix the problem .

Police cleared.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0168 02 
Date: 02/20/2019 06:47:00

OH-1/Non Injury
Citation Issued
US 62/ Blackburn Hill



Police were dispatched to US 62 near Michigan 
Blvd. for a one car crash. Jesse Aczel of Canfield 
Ohio was travelling West on US 62 when he lost 
control of his orange in color 2006 Pontiac G6 
(FZH2062) and slid off the roadway. Mr. Aczel 
was not injured and his car was removed by AAA. 

Mr. Aczel was cited for reasonable control and 
given a court date of 2-28-2019 at 8:30 am.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 7:35AM FEBRUARY 21, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0162 02 
Date: 02/17/2019 20:19:00


Narcotics complaint
489 Michigan Ave


Officers received a complaint at the Police 
Department, of illegal drug activity at 489 
Michigan Ave. The complainant stated there are 
people in and out of the residence. The 
complainant stated he has seen illegal drug 
activity occur. 

The complainant gave the name of the individuals 
that frequent the residence.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0158 02 
Date: 02/15/2019 16:05:00

Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Egypt Rd. at E. Pine Lake Rd.



Police responded to the area of Egypt Rd. at E. 
Pine Lake Rd. for a report of live wires down 
across the roadway. 

Upon arrival police found that no wires were down 
and the area of concern had already been found 
and taken care of a week prior.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0161 02 
Date: 02/17/2019 00:50:00

Traffic offense
Citation Issued
South Lincoln Ave @ FreshMart



Caller/Complainant:  PTL J. Smith


Police conducted a traffic stop on South Lincoln 
Ave near FreshMart on a 1998 Dodge Neon 
(Gray) and found the operator/owner Joseph 
Messenger (26) of 5417 Woodsale Road 
Hanoverton, Ohio was operating the vehicle while 
suspended .

Mr. Messenger was issued a citation for non-
compliance suspension and given a mandatory 
court date of 02/19/2019 to appear in Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. 

Sinsley's Towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle with a hold for a valid driver. 
Mr. Messenger was taken to Circle K South until a 
family member could pick-up Mr. Messenger.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0160 02 
Date: 02/16/2019 20:20:00

Civil Complaint
797 Bethel DR


Caller/Complainant: Elizabeth Chappell



Police were requested to contact Elizabeth 
Chappell by phone regarding a complaint that was 
filed earlier in the day from her husband Chris 
Chappell. Elizabeth stated that Chris was drunk 
and was texting his children that Elizabeth still 
had his ammo from a gun he had retrieved earlier 
in the day and was going to go to her house and 
retrieve it. 

Elizabeth stated she did not want him over while 
he was drunk because she was afraid he might 
start an argument. 

Police advised her we could not stop Chris from 
going to the residence but if there was any issues 
to call.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0159 02 
Date: 02/16/2019 08:36:00

Speak with Officer
797 Bethel Dr.



Caller/Complainant: Chris Chappell


Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in 
reference to an issue with their soon to be ex -
spouse. The complainant advised that when they 
went to their soon to ex-spouses residence to 
retrieve a firearm the soon to be ex-spouse 
pointed the firearm at them. 

The complainant advised that they do not want to 
pursue charges but wanted a report on file.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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PUBLISHED 12:06PM FEBRUARY 18, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0156 02 
Date: 02/13/2019 22:54:00
Threats or harassment
1709 Hearthside Dr



Caller/Complainant: Mike Sincovich



Police were requested to contact a resident about 
receiving harassing messages over Facebook . 
Police contacted the caller, Mike Sincovich, who 
stated Jason Fitzsimmons has been messaging 
his wife over Facebook and after he was asked to 
stop started insulting them. 

Mike just wanted to make it recognized to the 
Police Department just in case there was further 
issues.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0155 02 
Date: 02/13/2019 12:55:00
Alarm drop
630 Michigan Blvd.



Caller/Complainant: Guardian Alarm



Police responded to the 600 blk of Michigan Blvd. 
for a reported alarm drop. Upon arrival police 
made contact with subjects inside the residence 
who advised they were the realtor for the property 
showing potential buyers the home. 

Police identified the subjects and left without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0154 02 
Date: 02/13/2019 09:14:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
1410 W. State



Caller/Complainant: Jane Burcauw



Police spoke with complainant reference a person 
calling her and advising her of wining a large 
amount of money and that they needed her 
address to deliver her the money. The 
complainant was advised to call the police if 
anyone arrives at the residence.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0153 02 
Date: 02/13/2019 08:12:00
Investigate complaint
Egypt Road north of Painter



Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh



Police responded to possible wires down laying in 
a ditch. Police made contact with Ohio Edison and 
had them respond to the location.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0152 02 
Date: 02/13/2019 06:38:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
Egypt Rd near Painter



Police responded to the above area for a one 
vehicle accident with no injury's. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the operator/vehicle owner 
Cassandra Burke (22) Salem, Ohio 44460, who 
advised she was going northbound on Egypt Rd 
and lost control of her vehicle doing a 360 degree 
turn and ending up on the eastside of Egypt Rd 
facing southbound in the ditch.

Police documented damages with photos and 
issued a report number for the insurance 
company's. Police also issued Burke a citation for 
Failure to Control and gave her a court date at the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene by Kaiser 
towing. The vehicle suffered significant damage to 
the rear and front driver side bumper. 

After issuing Burke her citation police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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PUBLISHED 3:30PM FEBRUARY 14, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0152 02 
Date: 02/13/2019 06:38:00
OH-1/Non Injury
Egypt Rd near Painter


Police responded to the above area for a one 
vehicle accident with no injury's. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the operator/vehicle owner 
Cassandra Burke (22) Salem, Ohio 44460, who 
advised she was going northbound on Egypt Rd 
and lost control of her vehicle doing a 360 degree 
turn and ending up on the eastside of Egypt Rd 
facing southbound in the ditch.

Police documented damages with photos and 
issued a report number for the insurance 
company's. Police also issued Burke a citation for 
Failure to Control and gave her a court date at the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. The vehicle 
was towed from the scene by Kaiser towing. 

The vehicle suffered significant damage to the 
rear and front driver side bumper. 

After issuing Burke her citation police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0151 02 
Date: 02/12/2019 21:08:00
Property damage accident - Arrest Made
1043 W. Wilson St


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a report of a truck stuck in 
the yard of 1043 W. Wilson St. Officer arrived and 
found that a Red 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 driven 
by Paul McHugh II (33) of Salem, drove into the 
driveway of 1043 W. Wilson St. striking the gate 
and becoming stuck in the yard. 

Officer found that Paul McHugh was intoxicated 
and was placed into custody. 

Officer had the vehicle towed with a hold by 
Kaiser Towing. Officer found marijuana and drug 
paraphernalia in the vehicle upon inventory .

Officer transported Mr. McHugh back to the 
station where he submitted to a BAC test. Mr. 
McHugh blew a .224 BAC. Mr. McHugh was cited 
for OVI, OVI +.17%, failure to control, possession 
of drugs and drug paraphernalia. Mr. McHugh was 
given a court date of 02/15/19 at 0830 hours in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0150 02 
Date: 02/12/2019 20:20:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1200 block of Stewart Rd


Officer responded to a report of high water on the 
roadway in the 1200 block of Stewart Rd. Officer 
checked the area and found that a 1/4 of the 
eastbound lane had some water on it. Officer 
found the road to be passible. 

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0149 02 
Date: 02/12/2019 08:44:00
Traffic offense
1133 Prospect, #16A


Police spoke with complainant reference a 
possible school bus violation involving a neighbor 
pulling out of a private drive away from the bus. 

Police spoke with the school bus driver who 
reported no violation was made by the vehicle 
pulling out of the private drive.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0148 02 
Date: 02/11/2019 20:57:00
Property damage accident
US 62/45 4 lane



Officer responded to a a minor one vehicle 
accident in the median of the US62/45 4 lane. 
Officer arrived and found that Unit #1 a White 
2014 Buick LaCrosse driven/owned by Trudy 
Ehrhart (68) of Salem went off the left side of the 
roadway into the grass median. Unit #1 was 
traveling eastbound on US62/45 4 lane in the left 
turning lane approaching the traffic signal at N. 
Ellsworth Ave. 

Unit #1 sustained damage to the front bumper 
area due to the ice that was formed in the grass 
median. 

Sinsley Towing towed the vehicle from the scene.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0147 02 
Date: 02/11/2019 14:19:43
Property damage accident
200 Blk of W. Pidgeon



Police investigated a minor 2 accident in the 200 
Blk of W. Pidgeon, Unit # 1 operated by Cynthia 
Davis age 44 of E. Palestine Oh was stopping for 
a UPS truck that had stopped to make a delivery 
when Unit # 2 operated by Benjamin Borton age 
20 of Louisville Oh who was also slowing down for 
the UPS truck struck Unit # 1 at a slow speed. 

Neither vehicle received damage with Unit # 1 
having a small scuff mark. 

Both drivers given police report number along with 
pictures taken. No injuries reported and no 
citation issued.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 9:07AM FEBRUARY 13, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0138 02 
Date: 02/08/2019 01:56:00
Alarm drop
1256 Highland East Ave



Caller/Complainant:  ADT Security



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Highland East Ave for an alarm drop. Police 
checked the house and everything was secure. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0146 02 
Date: 02/10/2019 18:32:00
Property damage accident
1133 Prospect st



Caller/Complainant:  Salem Pd



Police were dispatched to the area of 1133 
Prospect for a vehicle that slid off the roadway 
and was stuck. Police spoke with Ashley House 
who stated she slid on the ice coming out of 
Salem Acres. 

The vehicle sustained no damage and Kaiser 
Towing was able to remove the vehicle.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0145 02 
Date: 02/10/2019 19:37:53
Threats or harassment
Muffler Man
1264 W. State St



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of W. 
State St for a complaint about a customer being 
irate with Richard Fast, the business owner, for 
not wanting to work on his vehicle on a Sunday. 
Richard requested an officer stand by while the 
customer removed their vehicle. 

Police stood by until the vehicle was removed 
without incident.



Officer(s)

Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0144 02 
Date: 02/10/2019 11:08:00
Animal complaint
1831 W. State St.



Caller/Complainant: Brenda Smith



Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in 
reference to an animal complaint. The 
complainant advised that they were concerned 
about horses not having the proper food in the 
pasture. 

Police spoke with the property owner who advised 
that they moved the food to the barn due to the 
pasture being extremely muddy and not wanting 
the horses near that part of the pasture.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0143 02 
Date: 02/09/2019 22:29:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
US62 SR45



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Hetherington



Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 
area of US62 and SR45 for loud exhaust. After 
speaking with the driver Avery Sandoe police 
confirmed there was an active protection order 
against Avery. The protected person being 
Makayla Sandoe was in the front passenger seat. 

Avery was placed under arrest for violation of 
protection order and was cited for the reason of 
stop and given a court date of 02-11-2019 at 8:30 
am.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0142 02 
Date: 02/09/2019 12:02:00
Dog bite
1684 N. Lincoln Ave



Caller/Complainant: Lisa Shafer



Police responded to the 1600 blk of N. Lincoln 
Ave for a reported dog bite. Upon arrival police 
found that the complainant was bitten while 
attempting to break up a fight between their two 
dogs. 

KLG ambulance personnel arrived and 
transported the two subjects with dog bites to the 
hospital.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0141 02 
Date: 02/08/2019 21:02:05
Threats or harassment
936 Canterbury Lane



Tylar Wehr called the police department to speak 
with an officer. Police spoke with Tyler. Tyler 
stated he has a medical condition. Tyler stated 
someone made a fake Instagram account and his 
making fun of his medical condition. Tyler stated 
he did not know who was making fun of him. 

Police advised Tyler to block the Instagram 
account.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0140 02 
Date: 02/08/2019 12:55:00
Speak with Officer
1938 S. Lincoln Ave, #3



Caller/Complainant: Lee Althouse


Police responded to the 1900 blk of S. Lincoln 
Ave to speak with a complainant. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the complainant who advised 
that earlier this morning they had a large amount 
of water come underneath a shared wall from 
their neighbor's condo. The complainant was 
worried about the neighbor's well being and asked 
if police would be able to check on the neighbor. 

Police made contact with the care taker of the 
neighbor who advised that everything was taken 
care of and a family member was coming over.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0139 02 
Date: 02/08/2019 07:07:00
Vandalism
1869 Cidermill RD



Caller/Complainant: Curtis Julian



Police called to the 1800 Blk of Cider Mill for 
damage to a mailbox. 

Police spoke with complainant who states that 
sometime after 10:30 pm someone pulled into the 
drive and while backing up struck and damage the 
mailbox and newspaper box and drove off.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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PUBLISHED 8:10AM FEBRUARY 11,2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0130 02 
Date: 02/05/2019 23:28:00
Shots fired
across the street from 1610 State Blvd



Police responded to the above area for a report of 
shots fired. It was advised from an anonymous 
complainant that she heard three consecutive 
shots go off. 

Police checked the area and side streets and 
heard /observed nothing. Police cleared the scene 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0129 02 
Date: 02/05/2019 23:04:00
Theft
Freshmark Employee Parking lot



Caller/Complainant: Serena Abbott



Police responded to the employee parking lot of 
Freshmark on South Lincoln Ave. for a report of a 
vehicle breaking and entering. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the 
complainant/victim who advised that sometime 
between 3:40pm and 7:15pm someone entered 
her vehicle and stole $46.00 in cash and a pack of 
cigarettes. The complainant advised she believes 
her vehicle was unlocked. The complainant did 
advised there are cameras that potentially could 
have caught someone in the act .

Police advised that video would be obtained to try 
and figure out who it was that entered her vehicle. 
Police also advised the complainant if she hears 
anything around the work place in relation to 
someone breaking into a car to note it and call the 
police.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0128 02 
Date: 02/04/2019 19:15:00
Threats or harassment
1490 Garfield Ave.



Police spoke with the complainant over the phone 
in reference to her husband. She advised he has 
been yelling at her, being belligerent and driving 
around intoxicated almost everyday. 


She advised she wanted a report made.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0127 02 
Date: 02/04/2019 12:00:11
Theft
1133 Prospect, #16A



Caller/Complainant: Robert Campbell



Police spoke with complainant who states that he 
had given his daughter a handgun for protection 6 
weeks ago and that the daughter had pawned it in 
W. VA at a pawn shop. Police spoke with the 
daughter who advised that her dad gave her the 
gun for protection, But she could not keep it since 
she lives in section 8 housing. 

The complainant was advised to go to the pawn 
shop and see if it is still there and to buy it back. 
The father denies buying the gun for her daughter 
only that he lent it to her .


The matter will be sent for review and charges 
after further investigation.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0126 02 
Date: 02/04/2019 08:12:00
Theft
1741 Painter Rd



Caller/Complainant: Andrew Doerle



Police spoke with complainant reference his 
vehicle being entered during the midnight hours 
and some loose change was removed. The 
vehicle was unlocked at the time.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 10:00AM FEBRUARY 6, 2019
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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0128 02 
Date: 02/04/2019 19:15:00
Threats or harassment
1490 Garfield Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Jeri Blackburn



Police spoke with the complainant over the phone 
in reference to her husband. She advised he has 
been yelling at her, being belligerent and driving 
around intoxicated almost everyday. She advised 
she wanted a report made.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0127 02 
Date: 02/04/2019 12:00:11
Theft
1133 Prospect, #16A



Caller/Complainant: Robert Campbell



Police spoke with complainant who states that he 
had given his daughter a handgun for protection 6 
weeks ago and that the daughter had pawned it in 
W. VA at a pawn shop. 

Police spoke with the daughter who advised that 
her dad gave her the gun for protection, But she 
could not keep it since she lives in section 8 
housing. The complainant was advised to go to 
the pawn shop and see if it is still there and to buy 
it back. 

The father denies buying the gun for her daughter 
only that he lent it to her .

The matter will be sent for review and charges 
after further investigation.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0126 02 
Date: 02/04/2019 08:12:00
Theft
1741 Painter Rd



Caller/Complainant: Andrew Doerle



Police spoke with complainant reference his 
vehicle being entered during the midnight hours 
and some loose change was removed. The 
vehicle was unlocked at the time.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 2:10PM FEBRUARY 5, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0122 02 
Date: 02/03/2019 03:22:00
Juvenile complaint
SR45 N of PD


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a female walking 
southbound on SR45 just north of the Perry Twp. 
Police Station. Police made contact with the 
juvenile female who advised she was walking 
home from a friends house to an address inside 
the city limits. Police, along with the female 
responded to the address in which the juvenile 
stated she was walking from and spoke with with 
the mother of her friend. Police advised the 
mother the seriousness of just letting a young 
juvenile take off from her care without properly 
seeing that she was being picked up from a family 
member. 

Police then responded to an address within the 
city limits which was the juvenile's legal guardian 
and released the juvenile to her. Police then 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0125 02 
Date: 02/03/2019 21:09:00
Neighbor complaint
1203 Depot Rd



Police were dispatched to 1203 Depot Rd for a 
complaint about Ryan Armstrong throwing 
snowballs onto his neighbor Rick Hickman's 
property. Police spoke with both parties and 
advised both to stay on their own property and to 
stop talking to each other. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0124 02 
Date: 02/03/2019 19:20:00
Prowlers
1220 Hampton Place



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Hampton Place for a female stating she heard 
someone in or around her house.

Police arrived and met with the husband Matt 
Joing who stated his wife called him wondering if 
he was home because she heard someone say " 
hello ". 

Police checked the inside and outside of the 
residence and found that nobody was inside or 
has been around the outside of the house. Police 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 
Christopher Helsel 929





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0123 02 
Date: 02/03/2019 04:22:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Arrest Made
Egypt Rd. North of Painter



Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD



Police were dispatched to the area of Egypt Rd. 
for a reported vehicle accident. Upon arrival police 
observed a 2016 black Chevy Cruze off to the 
right side of the roadway in the ditch and also a 
utility pole that was severed due to vehicle impact 
.

Police was able to speak with the operator a Mr. 
Jake Plunkett (21) out of Salem Ohio who advised 
he was going northbound on Egypt Rd when he 
lost control of his vehicle causing him to go off the 
road and striking the utility pole. While 
investigating the crash police were notified of 
fresh footprints on the opposite side of the street 
that led to a case of beer. 

Police questioned Mr . Plunkett about it and asked 
if he had been drinking in which Plunkett stated 
he had a few beers. 

Police had Plunkett step out of his parents 
vehicle. Police conducted standard field sobriety 
test on the subject showing him to be impaired 
while driving . Subsequently police placed 
Plunkett under arrest for operating a vehicle while 
impaired and transported him to the Salem PD for 
further processing. 

Plunkett submitted to a breath test at Salem PD 
showing him to be over the legal limit. Plunkett 
was also cited with Failure to control. 

After the breath test at Salem PD police 
transported Plunkett back to the Perry Twp. Police 
Station to finish up paper work. Once all paper 
work was completed police released Plunkett to 
his parents. Plunkett has a court date of 02-08-
2019 at the Columbiana County Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD
Salem City - Salem Police Department
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0121 02 
Date: 02/02/2019 12:26:00
Property damage hit-skip
S. Lincoln Ave at Rail Road Crossing



Police responded to the area of S. Lincoln Ave for 
a reported hit skip accident. Upon arrival police 
found that a semi truck was attempting to turn 
around and struck the crossing gate at the S. 
Lincoln crossing. 

Police located the semi truck making a delivery a 
Fresh Mark and spoke with the operator. The 
operators information will be sent to Norfolk 
Southern to have the crossing gate replaced.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0120 02 
Date: 02/01/2019 23:56:00
Assist other Agency
SR14 @ the 4-Lane



Police responded to the above area for a vehicle 
who went off the roadway into a ditch. Upon 
arrival it was determined the accident occurred in 
Mahoning County. Goshen Twp. was advised and 
did respond to the scene. Perry Twp PD stood by 
till no longer needed.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0119 02 
Date: 02/01/2019 18:55:00
Speak with Officer
Salem Acres


Caller/Complainant: Kelly Burnette



Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in 
reference to property they left at their ex -
girlfriends residence. The complainant advised 
that they have tried to recover their property 
numerous times but the ex girlfriend would not 
return the property. 

Police contacted the ex-girlfriend who advised 
that she told the complainant that she would 
return the property as soon as the road's were not 
as bad as they have been the past few days. The 
property was dropped off at a neutral location and 
the complainant responded to retrieve it.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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PUBLISHED 8:15AM FEBRUARY 4, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0118 01 
Date: 01/31/2019 19:55:00
Burglary
965 Elberon Ave


Caller/Complainant:  Falana Hancock



Officer responded to a burglary at 965 Elberon 
Ave. The caller stated that her son stated to her 
over the computer that he could hear someone 
trying to break into the house where he was 
staying. 

Officer arrived and spoke with Jerrik Hancock. 
Jerrik stated that he could her noises outside of 
the residence. Officer checked around the 
residence but did not locate anyone . Officer did 
not observe any foot tracks in the snow around 
the residence. 

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0117 01 
Date: 01/31/2019 14:40:00
Speak with Officer
211 Plymouth Place



Caller/Complainant: Anthony Gregory



Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in 
reference to seeking advice on a civil matter. 
Police advised the subject to speak with his 
respective attorney moving forward.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0116 01 
Date: 01/31/2019 12:07:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 45 at Georgetown Rd.



Police responded the area of SR 45 at 
Georgetown Rd. for a reported disabled vehicle in 
the middle of the roadway. Upon arrival police 
checked the area but could not locate the vehicle.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0115 01 
Date: 01/31/2019 08:26:00
Disabled vehicle
45/62 Bypass North of Goshen Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh



Police checked on a disabled vehicle on the 
bypass, Police spoke with the operator who 
believed to have fuel line froze and was going to 
get help to remove the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 12:51PM FEBRUARY 1, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0114 01 
Date: 01/30/2019 18:59:00
Welfare Check
503 W. Pigeon Rd



Caller/Complainant: Leetonia Pd


Police were dispatched to the 500 block of W. 
Pigeon Rd for a welfare check on a Becky 
Carrocce. Police were able to make contact with 
Becky who stated everything was fine. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0113 01 
Date: 01/30/2019 16:03:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 62 near Goshen rd



Caller/Complainant: Goshen pd



Police were dispatched to the area of SR 62 and 
Goshen rd for a disabled vehicle. Police checked 
the area and were unable to locate the vehicle. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0112 01 
Date: 01/30/2019 13:58:00
Property damage accident
SR 344 near Cunningham Rd.



Police responded to the area of SR 344 near 
Cunningham Rd. for a report of a vehicle in the 
ditch. Upon arrival police could not locate the 
vehicle. The operator driving the vehicle called 
back in later to advised that they were able to free 
themselves from the ditch and they had no 
damage to their vehicle.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0111 01 
Date: 01/30/2019 12:28:00
Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
Prospect St. at 1100 blk



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police along with Perry Twp. FD and KLG 
Ambulance responded to a two vehicle accident in 
the 1100 blk of Prospect St. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2015 Chevrolet 
Malibu (Black) driven by William L. Batton (59) of 
Salem, OH,44460 was pulling out of a private 
drive, failed to stop at the stop sign and was 
struck by a 2012 Volkswagen Jetta (Gray) driven 
by Bethany A. Cianni (28) of Lisbon, OH, 44432 
who was eastbound on Prospect St. 

Mr. Batton was issued a citation for Stop Sign and 
given a court date of 2-15-19 at 8:30 am to 
appear in the Columbiana County Municipal 
Court. 

Mr. Batton did suffer minor injuries and was 
transported from the scene by KLG personnel. 

Mr. Batton's vehicle was towed form the scene by 
Sinsley's Towing. 

Ms. Cianni's vehicle sustained minor damage was 
driven from the scene.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0110 01 
Date: 01/30/2019 06:56:00
Alarm drop
1700 Blk of Painter


Police responded to a call of vehicle car alarms 
going off in the 1700 blk of Painter. Police 
checked the area and was unable to locate the 
sorce.



Officer(s)

Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0109 01 
Date: 01/29/2019 23:16:00
Threats or harassment
Salem Acres



Caller/Complainant: Kristen Severs



Police responded to the above address for a 
harassment report. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the complainant who advised that her ex 
boyfriend keeps harassing her via phone because 
his 21 your old son is staying at the residence 
helping her babysit and that he wants him home. 

Due to the complainant receiving several calls 
from her ex boyfriend and his family the son 
decided he would just go home to relieve the 
situation. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0108 01 
Date: 01/29/2019 09:32:00
Assist Motorist
14 F west WB


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police checked on a motorist who had a flat tire 
and the tire jack would not work. Police stood bye 
until roadside assistance arrived and changed the 
tire.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 9:46AM JANUARY 31, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0107 01 
Date: 01/28/2019 21:30:00
Threats or harassment
1301 Pembrooke Dr., #D



Caller/Complainant: Tyler Hoaglin



Police responded to the 1300 block of Pembrooke 
Drive for a harassment complaint. The 
complainant advised him and his girlfriend are 
being harassed by her ex. The complainant 
advised her ex was circling the neighborhood of 
his residence. 

Police advised him to call if he returned.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0106 01 
Date: 01/28/2019 19:46:00
Welfare Check
1159 Somerset Dr., #B



Caller/Complainant: Linda



Police responded to the 1100 block of Somerset 
Dr. for a welfare check. The caller advised they 
havent been able to reach their family member for 
a couple days. 

Police made contact with the subject who advised 
she was ok.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0105 01 
Date: 01/28/2019 18:03:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 45 bypass just north of Georgetown Rd



Officer responded to a reported accident in the 
pull off on SR 45 bypass just north of Georgetown 
Rd. Officer arrived and spoke with Raymond 
Smith. Mr. Smith stated that he was cutting 
firewood and his Maroon 2002 Chevy Silverado 
became stuck in the snow. 

Mr. Smith stated that he had AAA enroute. 
Officers cleared wiithout incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Channing Hank 925
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0104 01 
Date: 01/28/2019 12:19:00
Recovered property
1902 Cuningham Road



Police called to the 1900 Blk of Cunningham for a 
item that the homeowner found in his yard. The 
item is believed to be a wireless security camera 
that was left out in the elements since the snow 
storm.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 9:17AM JANUARY 29, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0095 01 
Date: 01/26/2019 12:45:00
Assault
Circle K South



Caller/Complainant: Alexandra Harper



Police spoke with a complainant on station in 
reference to an assault that took place in the 1800 
blk of S. Lincoln Ave on 1-25-2019. The 
complainant advised that while at a neutral 
location conducting a child exchange her 
significant other's ex-girlfriend pushed her three 
times. 

The complainant advised that she does not want 
to pursue charges and only wants a report on file.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0101 01 
Date: 01/27/2019 18:14:00
Welfare Check
854 W. Pigeon rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were dispatched to the 800 block of W. 
Pigeon rd for a welfare check on an elderly female 
due to Salem Police Department receiving a 911 
call from that address. 

Police made contact with the female who stated 
her life alert button was broken and she accidently 
hit the button. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0103 01 
Date: 01/27/2019 22:58:00
Suspicious vehicle
1803 SR344



Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious vehicle parked in front of the 
residence. Upon arrival the vehicle was no longer 
there. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0102 01 
Date: 01/27/2019 18:43:00
Reckless Operator
State Route 62



Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD



Police were dispatched to State Route 62 and the 
four lane for a blue in color Chevrolet sedan 
driving recklessly . Police checked the area and 
were unable to make contact with the vehicle. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0100 01 
Date: 01/27/2019 15:26:10
Recovered property
641 E. Perry Street


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officers responded to 641 E. Perry Street. Salem 
Dispatch advised Perry Township Police STORY 
that they have possibly located two of three stolen 
snow blowers that were stolen from 543 Snyder 
Road in Perry Township. 

Officers arrived on scene and spoke with Salem 
Police Officers. Salem Police Officers advised two 
snow Blowers were found behind the garage. 
Perry Township Police officers contacted Joseph 
Colian. Colian was advised to come to the above 
address to see if they were his snow blowers. 
Colian stated his snow blowers are all labeled 
with numbers one, two, three, and four in 
permanent marker. The snow blowers that were 
located had a number one and number two on 
them. 

Colian arrived on scene to pick up the snow 
blowers. 

The investigation is pending at this time. Officers 
cleared without further incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0099 01 
Date: 01/26/2019 18:58:00
Investigate complaint
621 Old Coach Lane



Officers spoke with Bob Flickinger via telephone. 
Bob stated he keeps getting a phone call. Bob 
said the person on the phone is threating him that 
he is going to jail for harassment. Bob stated he 
does not know who is calling and thinks they have 
the wrong number. Bob was advised he is not 
going to jail. 

Officers tried calling the number and discovered 
the line to be disconnected. officers cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0098 01 
Date: 01/26/2019 15:47:00
Disabled vehicle
Cunningham Road near State Route 344



Officers responded to a disabled vehicle on 
Cunningham Road. The vehicle was out of gas. 
The driver of the vehicle put gas in the vehicle. 

officers cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929 
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0097 01 
Date: 01/26/2019 14:19:00
Assist Motorist
Southwest Fuels



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the 700 blk of Georgetown 
Rd. to assist a lost motorist. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the motorist who advised that they got 
lost attempting to locate Mac Trailer. The 
complainant advised that they also became stuck 
in the wet front yard of a local business while 
attempting to turn around. 

Police contacted Kaiser towing who arrived and 
removed the vehicle from the yard and the 
motorist was given directions to Mac Trailer.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0096 01 
Date: 01/26/2019 13:50:00
Welfare Check
1593 Manor Dr.



Police responded to the 1500 blk of Manor Dr. to 
conduct a welfare check on a subject who hasn't 
been seen in a few days.

Upon arrival police could not get any answer at 
the door. Police attempted to look through 
windows throughout the residence but were 
unable to see anything due to all the windows 
having the blinds closed.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0094 01 
Date: 01/26/2019 02:36:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
300 Blk of SR45


Police were dispatched to the area of Circle K for 
a report of a drunk driver coming into Salem from 
state rout 45. 

Police was able to get behind the 2003 Saab, 
Grey in color which was being driven by the 
registered owner, Luis Cintron (34) Alliance, Ohio 
44601. Police initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle 
in the 300 blk of SR45 for a marked lanes 
violation and also for driving under suspension. 

While speaking with the driver police could smell 
the scent of an alcoholic beverage coming from 
the his person . Police had the driver step out of 
the vehicle. Police conducted standard field 
sobriety test on the subject showing him to be 
impaired while driving. 

Subsequently police placed Giron Cintron under 
arrest for operating a vehicle while impaired and 
transported him to the Salem PD for further 
processing. 

While at Salem PD, Cintron maneuvered the 
handcuffs from behind his back to in front of his 
person, he was subsequently charged with 
Obstruction Official Business. Also, while at 
Salem PD Cintron stated he wanted to be seen by 
a doctor for medical treatment. Cintron was 
transported to the Salem Regional Medical Center 
for evaluation and was later discharged. 

Once Cintron was discharged he was transported 
to the Columbiana County Jail where he was 
released into their custody. 

Mr. Cinton was also charged with Domestic 
Violence for an altercation that happened with his 
pregnant girlfriend in the parking lot of Fresh 
mark. Police did obtain a statement form the 
victim. 

Cintron was also charged with menacing for 
making threats towards police.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0093 01 
Date: 01/25/2019 19:20:51
Crash Report/ Injury
U.S. 62 Bypass / 14 t 45 Dead End



Caller/Complainant: Salem Dispatch



Officers responded to a vehicle crash with injuries 
on the U.S. 62 Bypass. Officers arrived on scene 
and spoke with 78 year old Robert A. 
Weatherholt. Robert was driving a burgundy 
Mercedes Benz northbound on the bypass 
approaching the dead end .

Robert stated he was not able to stop in time 
because of road conditions. Robert went off of the 
road and down a hill striking a tree. 

Roberts wife, Judy Weatherholt complained of her 
neck hurting. Both air bags deployed in the 
vehicle. 

Robert and Judy were transported by Emergency 
Medical Technicians to Salem Hospital. 

Officers cleared without further incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0092 01 
Date: 01/25/2019 17:46:00
Civil Complaint
1827 S. Lincoln Ave



Officers received a call from Morgan Rance. 
Morgan stated she was dropping her son off to his 
father. Morgan stated the fathers girlfriend, 
Alexandria Harper was in the car. Morgan stated 
Alexandria was harassing her all day. Morgan 
stated Alexandria got out of the passenger seat 
and came up to her car and poked her in the face 
and was screaming in her face. Morgan stated 
she pushed her backwards and drove off. 

Morgan stated she wanted a report to be on file 
with the police department. 

Officers cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0091 01 
Date: 01/25/2019 14:34:00
Alarm drop
1372 Highland Ave West



Police responded to the 1300 blk of Highland Ave 
West for a reported residential alarm drop. Upon 
arrival police spoke with a traveling nurse who 
advised that they had a hard time getting the 
alarm to disarm.



Received By: Ptl. Reynolds




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0090 01 
Date: 01/25/2019 14:22:00
Investigate complaint
SR 45 near SR 9



Caller/Complainant: Ronald Schultz



Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in 
reference to a broken window on their vehicle. 
The complainant stated that they were driving 
southbound on SR 45 near SR 9 when they heard 
a gun shot and there driver's side window 
shattered.

Police checked the area but found no signs of 
subjects shooting.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0089 01 
Date: 01/25/2019 11:08:00
Medical
Salem Acres



Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. 
for a reported medical issue. Police stood by with 
the subject until EMS personnel arrived on scene.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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PUBLISHED 10:29AM JANUARY 28, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0088 01 
Date: 01/24/2019 18:47:00
Assist other unit
Barnetts Motel



Caller/Complainant:  CCSO


Officer responded to Barnett's Motel to assist the 
Columbiana County Sheriff's Office on a domestic 
call. Deputy had a refusal to prosecute form 
signed and officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0087 01 
Date: 01/24/2019 16:22:00
Alarm drop
347 W. Pidgeon Rd



Caller/Complainant: ADT Security


Officer responded to a residential alarm at 347 W. 
Pidgeon Rd. Officer checked the residence and 
found it secure. 

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0086 01 
Date: 01/24/2019 11:39:00
Property damage accident
SR 14 @ SR 45/62



Caller/Complainant: Salem, Dispatch



Police called to a minor accident at the 
intersection of SR 14 and the Bypass. Unit # 1 
operated by Stephen Bailey age 60 of Salem was 
traveling east on SR 14 when he failed to stop in 
time for Unit # 2 operated by Carrie Barnes age 
18 of North Benton Oh who was stopped in traffic. 

Both vehicles received minor damage and was 
driven away. Mr. Bailey was at fault for ACDA.

No injuries reported at the time of the accident.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0085 01 
Date: 01/24/2019 10:54:25
Property damage accident - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave @ Pembrooke


Caller/Complainant: 911



Police responded to a vehicle in the ditch on S. 
Lincoln Ave @ Pembrooke. Officer spoke with the 
operator James Buehman II age 30 of Alliance 
who was traveling south on S. Lincoln when he 
swerved to avoid a vehicle that had pulled out in 
from of him causing him to slide into a ditch. 

No damage to the vehicle with AAA removing the 
vehicle from the ditch. 

Police issued Mr . Buehman a citation for driving 
under suspension and set a court date of 01-29-
18



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0084 01 
Date: 01/24/2019 08:27:00
Property damage accident
SR 14 F east of N. Ellsworth Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Salem, Dispatch


Police responded to a vehicle that had lost control 
and slid into the median of the 4 lane. The 
operator of the vehicle Daniel Marchbanks age 96 
of Salem lost control from the icy road conditions. 

No damage to the vehicle and was removed from 
the median by AAA.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 3:36PM JANUARY 25, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0083 01 
Date: 01/23/2019 22:46:00
Juvenile complaint
1133 Prospect St., #23B
Arrest Made


Police responded to Salem Acres for a report of a 
juvenile complaint. Police were advised of a 
young child being outside in below freezing 
temperatures, without proper attire. Police 
checked the juvenile and found him to have 
proper attire. 

Police were called back to the same address later 
in the night in reference to a female banging on a 
residents front door. 

Tammy J . Martin(46), LKA: Salem, OH, was 
subsequently placed into custody for Disorderly 
Conduct and transported to the Perry Twp . PD for 
processing before being transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0082 01 
Date: 01/23/2019 16:34:00
Neighbor complaint
1205 Depot Rd.



Police responded to Depot Rd. for a report of a 
neighbor complaint. Police found the argument to 
be about trespassing on each others property. 
Police spoke with both neighbors and advised 
them both to stay off each others property.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0081 01 
Date: 01/23/2019 14:30:00
Theft
543 Snyder Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Colian Joseph



Police responded to the 500 blk of Snyder Rd. for 
a reported theft. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the complainant who advised that some time in 
the early morning of 1-21-19 a unknown person(s) 
stole three (3) snow blowers from the business.


This incident is under investigation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0080 01 
Date: 01/23/2019 14:23:00
Medical
918 Andrew Ave



Police along with the Perry Twp. Fire Dept. and 
KLG Ambulance responded to the 900 blk of 
Andrew Ave for a lift assist.

The subject who had fallen was helped to a chair. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0079 01 
Date: 01/23/2019 12:13:00
Property damage accident
Cunningham Rd. 2500 blk




Police responded to the area of Cunningham Rd. 
near SR 344 for a reported single vehicle 
accident. Upon arrival police located the vehicle in 
the 2500 blk of Cunningham Rd. 

Police checked on the occupants of the vehicle 
and contacted Ohio State Highway Patrol due to 
the accident occurring outside of Perry Twp.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0078 01 
Date: 01/23/2019 11:21:00
Investigate complaint
N.Lincoln Ave @ 4 Lane



Caller/Complainant: Salem, Dispatch



Police along with Perry Twp. FD checked the area 
of N. Lincoln Ave and the 4 Lane for an odor of 
natural gas. 

Police and FD unable to locate the source of the 
odor.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921 
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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PUBLISHED 7:40AM JANUARY 24, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0073 01 
Date: 01/21/2019 18:01:00
Burglary
435 Benton Rd



Officer responded to a report of a burglary at 435 
Benton Rd. Officer arrived and spoke with the 
complainant, Krista Little. The complainant stated 
that she arrived home today and found her PS4 
missing from her bedroom. The complainant 
stated that she was letting a Glenn M. Higgins 
stay at her residence but just recently kicked him 
out. 

The complainant noticed that her keys were 
missing from her coat pocket and her vehicle was 
gone through at her place of business. 

No damage was reported to the residence and no 
signs of forced entry.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Channing Hank 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0077 01 
Date: 01/23/2019 05:48:00
Reckless Operator
SR45 north of W. State St.




Police responded to the above area for report of a 
reckless driver heading northbound on the bypass 
just north of W. State St . Police checked the area 
while traveling southbound on the same bypass 
hoping to see the vehicle. 

It was said that a smaller truck unknown 
make/model with a flashing yellow light was 
driving reckless. Police observed no vehicle in the 
area with a flashing light on top if its roof. Police 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0076 01 
Date: 01/22/2019 14:55:00
Parking Complaint
1449 New Garden Rd



Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Officer was advised that ODOT needed a camper 
moved in the 1400 block of New Garden Rd. 
ODOT advised that it needed to be moved so that 
the road could be plowed properly. 

Officer attempted contact at 1449 New Garden 
Rd. Officer could not make contact with anyone at 
the residence. 

Angie Leak called into dispatch a short time later 
stating that she was out of town but she would try 
to have someone move the camper.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0075 01 
Date: 01/22/2019 14:56:00
Telephone Harassment
123 Stewart Rd



Caller/Complainant: Lora Greenamyer



The complainant, Lora Greenamyer, came on 
station to report harassment. The complainant 
stated that she is receiving numerous unwanted 
text messages and FB messenger messages 
from Erica Barnes. The complainant states that 
Erica is her ex's girlfriend. 

The complainant further stated that Erica is also 
texting friends and family members. 

Officer attempted to make contact with Erica on 
her cell phone. Contact could not be made and a 
message was left for Erica.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0074 01 
Date: 01/21/2019 18:57:00
Suspicious person
Georgetown Rd. near Prospect St.



Police responded to the area of Georgetown Rd. 
near Prospect St. for a male subject walking in the 
roadway. Police checked the area and were 
unable to locate anyone.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0072 01 
Date: 01/21/2019 09:07:00
Neighbor complaint
1133 Prospect, #16A



Caller/Complainant: Kristin Severes



Police spoke with complainant at 1133 Prospect 
16A refence her neighbors throwing snow all over 
her vehicle while digging out from the snow fall. 
The complainant was upset that her vehicle was 
unable to move due to the snow that was 
shoveled around her vehicle.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 8:20AM JANUARY 23, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0060 01 
Date: 01/17/2019 17:36:00
Medical
2268 Goshen Rd.


Officer responded to 2268 Goshen Rd for a report 
of a unresponsive female. Officer arrived and 
found that Perry Twp FD was on scene speaking 
with the female, Judy Miller. KLG arrived on scene 
and transported the female to Salem ER for 
medical treatment.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0071 01 
Date: 01/20/2019 00:55:00
Assist other unit
SR344 near 1858



Police was dispatched the the above area for a 
disabled vehicle in the middle of the roadway with 
its hazard lights on. Upon arrival there was a Post 
15 Trooper on scene speaking with the 
individuals. Police stood by with the post until no 
longer needed.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0070 01 
Date: 01/20/2019 00:33:00
Welfare Check
2073 Countryside Dr.



Caller/Complainant: Leetonia PD



Police responded to the above address to check 
on a male subject who was saying he was going 
to harm himself. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the subjects 
stepdad who advised he no longer lives at the 
above residence but that he lives with his mother 
in the Washingtonville area. Police did obtain a 
phone number for the mom in which contact was 
made with her via phone call .

The mom advised that her son was fine and that 
he was a sleep and that she would keep an eye 
on him. Police cleared the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0069 01 
Date: 01/20/2019 00:03:00
Disabled vehicle
Bypass @ Goshen Rd.



Police responded to the above area for a vehicle 
that slid off the road into a ditch due to the snowy 
conditions. Upon arrival there was a second 
vehicle there who was able to pull the stuck 
vehicle out. The vehicle that slid into the ditch 
suffered no damage .


Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0068 01 
Date: 01/19/2019 23:03:00
Suspicious person
4-Lane under Goshen Rd. overpass



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above area for a report of 
three females walking in the roadway. Upon 
arrival police checked westbound to the county 
line locating no one matching the description. 
Police did observe footprints in the snow going in 
several directions .

The three female individual are believed to be 
run-a-ways from a residence in Goshen Twp.. 
Police contacted Goshen PD who also responded 
to the above area to look for the female's.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0067 01 
Date: 01/19/2019 21:35:00
Domestic complaint
1133 Prospect Street Appartment 12A


Police responded to 1133 Prospect street 
apartments for a domestic complaint. Police 
arrived on scene and spoke with, Alesia Alesi. 
Alesia stated her and her boyfriend, Brian Godwin 
were yelling at each other over dishes left in the 
sink. Alesi stated her mother called the police 
because they were arguing. 

Police spoke with Brian. Brian stated he worked 
all day and was sorry for not doing the dishes. 
Alesia left for the night to go to work. Brian went 
back to the apartment to gather his belongings to 
go stay with a friend. Police cleared without 
further incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0066 01 
Date: 01/19/2019 16:49:00
Disabled vehicle
State Route 9 Near Saxton Club



Police were dispatched to State Route 9 in front of 
the Saxton Club for a vehicle that slid of the road 
way. Police arrived on scene and spoke with the 
driver who stated he slid on the ice and slid off of 
the roadway and got stuck in the snow. 

Sinsley Towing arrived on scene and pulled the 
vehicle out of the snow. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0065 01 
Date: 01/19/2019 13:10:00
Property damage accident
1933 SR 9



Police responded to a single vehicle accident in 
the 1900 blk of SR 9. Upon arrival police found 
that a 2009 Acura (Grey) driven by Anthony J. 
Watt (28) of Salem, OH, 44460 was southbound 
on SR 9, lost control of the vehicle on the snowy 
roads and drove into a yard. 

Mr. Watt's vehicle did not sustain any damage and 
was pulled from the yard by Sky towing.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0064 01 
Date: 01/19/2019 10:05:00
Investigate complaint
1386 Johnson Ave



Police responded to the 1300 blk of Johnson Ave 
for a report of a possible stray bullet striking a 
window. Upon arrival police spoke with the home 
owner who advised that they found a bullet hole in 
their window leading to the master bathroom. 

Police observed what appeared to be a bullet hole 
in the front window, but it did not penetrate into 
the second window directly behind it. 

Police checked the area for a projectile but could 
not locate anything.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0063 01 
Date: 01/18/2019 23:44:00
Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
1599 Grant St.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford



Police responded to the above address to check 
on a female individual with an active warrant out 
of Columbiana County. Police made contact with 
the wanted individual, Miss. Mary Fitch (38) 
Salem Ohio and advised her of her warrant and 
subsequently placed her into custody and 
transported her to a designated area where she 
was transferred over into the custody of a 
Columbiana County Deputy and transported to 
the Columbiana County Jail where she was 
released to the jail. 

After she was released to the deputy police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0062 01 
Date: 01/18/2019 18:20:00
Neighbor complaint
1203 Depot Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Jan Menough



Police responded to the 1200 blk of Depot Rd. for 
a reported neighbor dispute involving missing 
mail. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
complainant who advised that they believed their 
neighbor was stealing their mail from their 
mailbox. 

Police spoke with the neighbor who advised that 
they did not steal any mail form their neighbors 
mailbox and stated that their neighbor is always 
trying to cause issues between them. 

Police advised both parties to stay away from 
each other.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0061 01 
Date: 01/17/2019 17:55:00
Animal complaint
1600 E. 11th St.



Officer responded to a barking dog report at 1600 
E. 11th St. Officer arrived and found no barking 
dog at the residence.

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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PUBLISHED 8:55AM JANUARY 21, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0061 01 
Date: 01/17/2019 17:55:00
Animal complaint
1600 E. 11th St.



Officer responded to a barking dog report at 1600 
E. 11th St. Officer arrived and found no barking 
dog at the residence. Officer cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0060 01 
Date: 01/17/2019 17:36:00
Medical
2268 Goshen Rd.



Officer responded to 2268 Goshen Rd for a report 
of a unresponsive female. Officer arrived and 
found that Perry Twp FD was on scene speaking 
with the female, Judy Miller. KLG arrived on scene 
and transported the female to Salem ER for 
medical treatment.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0059 01 
Date: 01/17/2019 08:21:00
Welfare Check
1152 W. Perry



Police requested to check on a female who had 
not been seen bye her neighbor for several days. 
Police checked with neighbors and was advised 
that the female arrived home several minutes 
prior to officers arrival. Officer did speak with the 
female who stated that she was staying with a 
friend.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0058 01 
Date: 01/17/2019 02:55:00
Assist other unit
W. 16th St.




Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police assisted Salem PD locate two runaway 
juveniles from Sharon Lynn Group Home. Perry 
Twp. Police transported the two juveniles to the 
Perry Twp. PD where they were then transferred 
into the custody of Goshen Police.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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PUBLISHED 11:24AM JANUARY 18, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0058 01 
Date: 01/17/2019 02:55:00
Assist other unit
W. 16th St.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police assisted Salem PD locate two runaway 
juveniles from Sharon Lynn Group Home. Perry 
Twp. Police transported the two juveniles to the 
Perry Twp. PD where they were then transferred 
into the custody of Goshen Police.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0057 01 
Date: 01/16/2019 23:25:00
OH-1/Non Injury
700 block E. Pidgeon Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Cynthia R. King



Police responded to E. Pidgeon Rd for a report of 
a car vs. deer accident. Police spoke with the 
complainant, Cynthia R. King(58), LKA: Lisbon, 
OH, driving a 2016 Grey Chevrolet Traverse, who 
advised she was driving eastbound on E. Pidgeon 
Rd when a deer ran onto the roadway causing her 
to strike the deer. 

Minimal damage was done to the left front of the 
vehicle.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0056 01 
Date: 01/16/2019 16:37:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1700 block of S. Lincoln Ave



Officers responded to a report of a non injury two 
vehicle accident in the 1700 block of S. Lincoln 
Ave. Officer found that Unit #1, a Black 2018 
Dodge Ram driven by David Watt (49) of Salem, 
was stopped in stopped traffic headed North in 
the 1700 block of S. Lincoln Ave. 

Unit #2, a Blue 2018 Chevy Equinox driven by 
Cora Lewis (55) of Lisbon, was also stopped in 
stopped traffic headed North in the 1700 block of 
S. Lincoln Ave. 

Unit #1 started to move forward and struck the 
rear of Unit #2. Both vehicles sustained minor 
damage. 

Unit #1, David Watt, was cited for ACDA and 
given a court date of 01-31-19 at 0830 hours in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Both vehicles were driven away from the scene.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922 
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0055 01 
Date: 01/16/2019 15:17:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
320 Country Club Lane



Caller/Complainant: Tracy Barnard



Police spoke with a resident form the 300 blk of 
Country Club Lane, via telephone, in reference to 
an unauthorized purchase on their account. The 
complainant advised that an unknown person (s) 
used their bank account information and ordered 
a lap top computer that arrived at their residence 
today. The complainant advised that she did not 
order any computers. 

The complainant was advised to contact her bank 
and credit card companies about more possible 
fraudulent charges that may have occurred.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0054 01 
Date: 01/16/2019 11:24:00
Alarm drop
1320 Southridge DR


Caller/Complainant: Guardian Protection



Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of 
Southridge DR for an alarm drop. Police checked 
the residence and all appeared to be secured. 
Police cleared the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 
Jordan Reynolds 923




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PUBLISHED 11:37AM JANUARY 17, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0053 01 
Date: 01/15/2019 10:26:00
Assist other Agency
1189 W. Perry



Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh


Perry Township Police assisted Alliance Police 
Department in serving court papers to a female at 
the above location. Police gave the paper work to 
a male who also lives at the residence who will 
give the female the paper work when she gets 
home.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0052 01 
Date: 01/15/2019 10:04:00
Assist other Agency
1266 Stewart Road



Caller/Complainant: Sherrif Stone



Perry Township Police assisted Columbiana 
County S.O. in serving a warrant on Michael 
Hoffaker for a sex offense charge from the county 
Grand Jury. Mr. Hoffaker was taken into custody 
without incident and transported to the 
Columbiana County Jail.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0051 01 
Date: 01/15/2019 09:53:00
Assist other Agency
859 Cunningham



Caller/Complainant: Sherrif Stone


Perry Township Police assisted Columbiana 
County S. O. on a warrant for Jason Brown for 
weapons under disability who lives at 859 
Cunningham. Mr. Brown was taken into custody 
with out incident and transported to the county jail.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0050 01 
Date: 01/15/2019 02:53:00
Animal complaint
950 W. Pidgeon Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Marybeth Gresko



Police responded to the above address for an 
animal complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that she had a raccoon in her house 
and would like for an officer to help remove it. 
Upon arrival it was advised that the raccoon was 
down in the basement of the residence. Police 
looked for the raccoon but was unable to locate it. 

The complainant believes that it went into her duct 
work of her residence. Police did provide 
information and a phone number for the Ohio 
Department of Natural Resources division of 
Wildlife to speak with an Ohio Wildlife Officer. The 
complainant advised she would make the call. 


Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0049 01 
Date: 01/15/2019 02:34:00
Alarm drop
1874 SR 344



Police responded to the above address for an 
alarm drop, it was advised that it was coming from 
the kitchen area of the residence.

Upon arrival police checked the exterior of the 
residence showing it to be secure. A keyholder did 
show up on scene as well and also checked the 
exterior showing everything to be secure.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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PUBLISHED 8:40AM JANUARY 16, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0050 01 
Date: 01/15/2019 02:53:00
Animal complaint
950 W. Pidgeon Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Marybeth Gresko 



Police responded to the above address for an 
animal complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that she had a raccoon in her house 
and would like for an officer to help remove it. 

Upon arrival it was advised that the raccoon was 
down in the basement of the residence. Police 
looked for the raccoon but was unable to locate it. 
The complainant believes that it went into her 
duck work of her residence. 

Police did provide information and a phone 
number for the Ohio Department of Natural 
Resources division of Wildlife to speak with an 
Ohio Wildlife Officer. The complainant advised 
she would make the call. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0049 01 
Date: 01/15/2019 02:34:00
Alarm drop
1874 SR 344



Police responded to the above address for an 
alarm drop, it was advised that it was coming from 
the kitchen area of the residence. 

Upon arrival police checked the exterior of the 
residence showing it to be secure. A keyholder did 
show up on scene as well and also checked the 
exterior showing everything to be secure.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0048 01 
Date: 01/14/2019 20:34:00
Assist other Agency
S. Ellsworth Ave at Lake Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble



Officer assisted Salem PD on a traffic stop at S. 
Ellsworth Ave at Lake Ave. One male, Dakota 
Mccluskey, was arrested on an active warrant out 
of Columbiana County.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0047 01 
Date: 01/14/2019 06:46:00
Investigate complaint
1410 Garfield Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Jeff Holenchick



Police took a report over the phone for a possible 
burglary at the above location. The complainant 
advised that when he left for work his garage door 
was open and the light was on. The complainant 
further advised that he did look around and 
noticed noting out of place or stolen. 

Police advised the complainant that if when later 
he looks and notices something gone to notify the 
police again so that the items could be added to 
the report. 

The complainant wished to have his residence 
checked through the day as well. Police advised it 
would be checked.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



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PUBLISHED 10:13AM JANUARY 15, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0046 01 
Date: 01/13/2019 22:45:00
Suspicious vehicle
SR45 @ W. Pidgeon



Police were notified to check the above area for a 
male in a grey vehicle who was slumped over 
behind the wheel. While en route it was advised 
from the complainant that the vehicle in question 
took off. 

Police still checked the area assuring there was 
no one slumped over in a vehicle. Police cleared 
after finding no cars in the area.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0045 01 
Date: 01/13/2019 16:23:00
Threats or harassment
1723 Ansley Way



Police were advised a Mr. Jeremy Milhoan 
requested an officer to contact him by phone for 
advice for receiving threats via text message. 
Police contacted Jeremy who stated he has been 
receiving threats from his ex girlfriends new 
boyfriend a Mr. Brian Manley. 

Police advised Jeremy there was nothing that can 
be pursued at the time do to the threats being 
made by text message. Jeremey stated he just 
wanted to make a report so it was on file. 

Police cleared the call with no further incident.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0044 01 
Date: 01/13/2019 13:30:00
Juvenile complaint
435 Benton Rd.


Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for 
a report of a juvenile making threats to harm 
themselves. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
juvenile who confirmed said threats. 

Police contacted KLG ambulance company who 
responded and transported the juvenile to the 
Salem hospital to be evaluated.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0043 01 
Date: 01/13/2019 00:26:00
Wants/Warrants check - Arrest Made
2334 N. Ellsworth Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford



Police responded to the above address to check 
on a male individual with an active warrant out of 
Lake County which was entered into LEAD's as a 
state wide pickup radius. Police made contact 
with the wanted individual, Mr. Eric Everson (42) 
Salem Ohio and advised him of his warrant and 
subsequently placed him into custody and 
transported him to the Columbiana County Jail 
where he was released to await extradition to 
Lake County. 

After He was released police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0042 01 
Date: 01/12/2019 14:43:00
Suspicious vehicle
1375 Chestnut Grove Rd



Caller/Complainant: Bradly Bower



Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of 
Chestnut Grove for a suspicious vehicle parked in 
a driveway. Police spoke with the complainant 
Bradly Bower who stated he checked his camera 
and seen the vehicle was left at approximately 
1:00 pm. Bradley stated he seen a male subject 
exit the car wearing a black coat and jeans and 
continue to walk towards S. Lincoln Ave .

Bradley stated he is fine with the vehicle staying 
there for a little while longer and if it is not 
removed at a timely matter he will be back in 
contact to have the vehicle removed.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926
Jordan Reynolds 923





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0041 01 
Date: 01/12/2019 12:11:00
OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
500 blk Snyder Rd.



Police responded to a two vehicle accident in the 
500 blk of Snyder Rd. Upon arrival police found 
that a 2002 Chevrolet Blazer (Blue) driven by 
William J. Thrasher (53) of Toronto, OH, 43964 
was eastbound on Snyder Rd. and was struck by 
a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 (Silver) driven by Alan 
D. Price (55) of Salem, OH, 44460 who was 
westbound on Snyder Rd. and was attempting to 
make a left hand turn into a local business. 

Mr. Price was issued a citation for Failure to Yield 
Left Turn and given a court date of 1-29-2019 at 
8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. 

Mr. Thrasher suffered injuries and was 
transported to the Salem Hospital by KLG 
ambulance personnel. Both vehicles sustained 
disabling damage and were towed form the scene 
by Davidson's towing.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0040 01 
Date: 01/12/2019 01:14:00
Suspicious person
1164 W.Perry St.



Caller/Complainant: Jean Kibler



Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious male who was in the complainants 
neighbors shed. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the complainant along with the neighbor who 
advised that the male in question was aloud to be 
there and that he was helping the complainants 
neighbor clean out the shed. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0039 01 
Date: 01/11/2019 21:13:00
Welfare Check
1600 E. 11th St.



Caller/Complainant: Kristy Murray



Officer responded to 1600 E. 11th St for a request 
of a welfare check. The complainant stated that 
the dog at the residence has been barking for 
over 30 minutes and she could not get any 
answer at the residence. Officers responded and 
spoke with the home owner Marilyn Wilson. 

Mrs. Wilson stated that she was fine and the dog 
was accidentally left outside. Officers cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0038 01 
Date: 01/11/2019 20:54:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Benton Rd. at US 62



Caller/Complainant: Helsel, Ptl.



Police conducted a traffic stop on a Chrysler 300 
(Blue) on Benton Rd. near US 62. During the 
stop, police recovered suspected narcotics and 
narcotics paraphernalia. The Passenger of the 
vehicle, Beau T. Smith (28) of Lisbon, OH, 44432 
was charged with Possession of Drugs 
(Marijuana) and Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia (Marijuana) and given a court date 
of 1-21-19 at 8:30 am to appear in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

The operator of the vehicle, Hallie J. Delposen 
(19) of Lisbon, OH, 44432 was issued a citation 
for Two Headlights Required and also given a 
court date of 1-21-19 at 8:30 am to appear in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Christopher Helsel 929
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0037 01 
Date: 01/11/2019 01:36:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 62



Caller/Complainant: Boardman Pd



Police were dispatched to the dead end of the 
bypass for a vehicle that went off the road and 
was stuck. Police made contact with the driver 
Alexis Kiana Guy who was driving a blue in color 
Acura who stated she missed her turn and went 
off the dead end and got stuck. 

Kaiser Towing was able to remove the vehicle. 
The vehicle sustained no damage and was driven 
from the scene. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926



External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0036 01 
Date: 01/10/2019 08:53:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
1800 Block of W. State



Police called to a single MVA in the 1800 Block of 
W. State Unit # 1 operated by Sandra Harding 
age 58 of Alliance was traveling east on W. State 
when she lost control of her vehicle due to the 
flush from the snow. Unit # 1 crossed left of center 
spinning into a ditch in the west bound lane. Mrs. 
Harding was not injured and the vehicle was 
removed from the ditch. 

Photos taken of the damage and police issued a 
citation to Mrs. Harding for Reasonable control. A 
court date of 01-18-19.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0035 01 
Date: 01/10/2019 08:25:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
Benton Road @ Allen RD



Police responded to a 2 vehicle MVA at Benton 
Road and Allen Road. Unit # 1 Ali Yousef age 28 
of Akron was traveling east on Benton Road when 
he failed to stop in time for Unit # 2 operated by 
James Labaron age 40 of McKeesport PA who 
was stopped in traffic to turn north onto Allen 
Road. 

Unit # 1 was towed from the scene due to 
damage to the vehicle. Unit # 2 driven away with 
very minor damage. 

Police issued a citation to Mr. Yousef for ACDA 
and set a court date of 01-18-19.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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PUBLISHED 8:47AM JANUARY 14, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0034 01 
Date: 01/09/2019 23:10:00
Welfare Check
797 Bethel Dr


Caller/Complainant: Holly Bloom 


Police were dispatched to the 700 block of Bethel 
DR for a welfare check. Caller stated Elizabeth 
Chapel posted a picture on social media of a gun. 

Police made contact with Elizabeth who was 
sleeping upon arrival. Both Elizabeth and the 
children were fine. After police cleared the 
call,Holly Bloom the caller from Florida requested 
to speak with an officer about why no arrest was 
made. Holly started to become mean and loud on 
the phone with police after she was told no arrest 
could be made based on the situation. Holly then 
continued to yell and police until the call was 
ended.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0033 01 
Date: 01/09/2019 18:09:00
Threats or harassment
1358 W. State St.



Caller/Complainant: Dawn Slagle



Police responded to the 1300 blk of W. State St. 
for a report of threats. Upon arrival police spoke 
with the complainant who advised that they were 
threatened over the phone in reference to things 
posted Facebook. Police made contact with the 
other half of this incident who denied making any 
threats but stated that the complainant and her 
family were posting derogatory things about their 
family on Facebook. 

Police advised all parties to have no further 
contact with each other.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0032 01 
Date: 01/09/2019 17:20:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Circle K West



Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble



Officer initiated a traffic stop on a Black Lincoln 
SUV in the parking lot of Circle K West after 
running the vehicle's registration (GSD9812) and 
finding the registered owner/driver under 
suspension. Officer made contact with driver 
/owner, Justin Cosma (45) of Salem, and he was 
advised of the reason for the stop. Officer called 
for a Salem K9 to the scene. 

Salem K9 gave a positive indication to the vehicle. 
Officer searched Justin Cosma and found 
suspected Marijuana and Marijuana paraphernalia 
in his pockets. Officer cited Mr. Cosma for DUS, 
possession of drugs, and drug paraphernalia. Mr. 
Cosma was given a court date of 01-11-19 at 
0830 hours in Columbiana County Municipal 
Court.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0031 01 
Date: 01/09/2019 16:17:00
OH-1/Non Injury
SR 45 at Pembrook Dr.



Officer responded to a report of a two vehicle 
accident with no injuries on SR 45 at Pembrook 
Dr. Officer found that Unit #1 a Grey 2013 Honda 
Civic driver/owner, Monica Metts (25) of 
Hanoverton, was stopped in stopped traffic on SR 
45 headed north.

Unit #2 a Black 2014 Honda Civic driver/owner, 
Scott Goshorn (27) of Beloit, was stopped in 
stopped traffic for the traffic signal at SR 45 and 
S. Lincoln Ave headed north. 

Unit #1 drifted forward striking Unit #2 in the rear. 
Unit #1 was cited for ACDA and given a court date 
of 01-22-19 at 0830 hours in Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0030 01 
Date: 01/09/2019 01:39:00
Open door
Colians Multi Service



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed an open gate at the 
above business. Police were able to get ahold of 
a key holder who advised to secure the gate. 
Police secured the gate and cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0029 01 
Date: 01/08/2019 19:06:00
Property damage accident
S. Lincoln Ave. at Snyder Rd.



Police responded to S. Lincoln Ave. at Snyder Rd. 
for a two vehicle accident. Bryan Richards (41) of 
Salineville OH was southbound on S. Lincoln Ave. 
in a 2003 Pontiac when he stopped for an 
ambulance. Alexis Cusick (24) of Lisbon, OH was 
southbound when she failed to stop in the 
assured clear distance ahead striking the back of 
the Pontiac. 

No injuries were reported and no damage was 
observed to either vehicle.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Christopher Helsel 929




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PUBLISHED 9:00AM JANUARY 10, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0028 01 
Date: 01/07/2019 22:08:00
Investigate complaint
1143 W. Perry St.



Police responded behind 1143 W. Perry St. for a 
report of a hit skip accident. A third party caller 
advised they witnessed a vehicle strike a truck. 

Police made contact with the owner of the truck 
who advised there was no new damage and did 
not wish for an accident report. Police cleared.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0027 01 
Date: 01/07/2019 18:13:11
Property damage accident
S.R. 344 near Cunningham



Caller/Complainant: State Highway Patrol


Officers responded to S.R. 344 near Cunningham 
Road for a car vs. deer accident. The vehicle had 
minor damage. The driver of the vehicle advised 
that he would contact the police department if he 
wanted a traffic crash report at a later time. 

Officers checked the deer. The deer was 
deceased. Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 925 
Christopher Helsel 929



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0026 01 
Date: 01/07/2019 16:14:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1158 W. State St.



Caller/Complainant: Dawn Slagle



Officer responded to 1158 W. State St for a report 
of one to be removed. Officer arrived and found 
that the female to be removed, Jasee Brown, had 
left prior to officer's arrival. The complainant 
stated that Ms. Brown was there causing a 
problem while gathering some of her belongings. 

The complainant stated that she did not want Ms. 
Brown at her residence.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0025 01 
Date: 01/07/2019 14:52:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Egypt Rd near Painter Rd



Officer responded to a report of a tree blocking 
the roadway on Egypt Rd near Painter Rd. Officer 
found a tree blocking one lane of the roadway. 
Officer had dispatch have the road crew respond 
to remove the tree. Officer cleared once the tree 
was removed.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0024 01 
Date: 01/07/2019 14:04:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
1032 Colonial Drive


Caller/Complainant: Fred Reeves



Police spoke with complainant reference a phone 
scam that took place in which a male caller stated 
that his grandson was in jail and needed 8 
thousand dollars for bail. The complainant 
became suspicious after several minutes of 
talking to him. 

Police confirmed that it was a scam that has been 
going around the second time in the past 2 years.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0023 01 
Date: 01/07/2019 07:50:00
Open door
1210 Stewart Rd.



Police checked on an open door at a vacant 
house located at 1210 Stewart Road. The 
secondary door was still locked with the owner 
advising that no items had been taken.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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PUBLISHED 8:33AM JANUARY 8, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0022 01 
Date: 01/07/2019 04:38:00
Suspicious vehicle
Hartley and W. Perry



Police responded to the above area for a 
suspicious vehicle. It was advised from an 
anonymous caller that between 2-5am a Dodge 
Durango would go up and down the street. 

Upon police arrival police checked the area and 
all the side streets making negative contact with 
any vehicle in the area. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0021 01 
Date: 01/07/2019 00:09:00
Open door
Salem Security Storage
142 Lake Ave.


Officer on patrol noticed an unsecure gate at the 
above business. Due to a previous report of a 
stolen vehicle at the same location Perry Twp. 
Police along with Salem PD checked all the 
storage units which showed one to be unlocked. 
Police secured the storage unit after checking it, it 
appeared nothing was tampered with inside the 
unit. 

Police was unable to make contact with a key 
holder due to no answer, a message was left. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0020 01 
Date: 01/06/2019 12:29:00
Stolen vehicle
Salem Storage
1210 Depot Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Jeremy Gorby



Police responded to the 1200 blk of Depot Rd. for 
a reported vehicle theft. 

Upon arrival police found that an unknown 
person(s) broke into the Salem Storage units, cut 
the chain off of the gates and stole a vehicle that 
was being stored at the facility. The vehicle is a 
1972 Chevrolet Chevelle (Blue) with a black top. 

This incident is under investigation. If anyone has 
any information pertaining to this case please 
contact the Perry Township Police STORIES.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0019 01 
Date: 01/06/2019 03:23:00
Suspicious vehicle
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Sanford




Police observed a vehicle at the above location 
with what appeared to have a male subject sitting 
in the front driver seat. The vehicle along with the 
male subject inside were there for 15-20 minutes 
not doing anything. 

Officer walked up to the vehicle to check on the 
operator. The male subject advised he was just 
wasting time before having to be at work at 4am. 
The vehicle left a short time after the incident and 
police cleared.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0018 01 
Date: 01/05/2019 20:11:00
Assist other unit
Egypt Rd. at E. Pine Lake Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Scheets


Police responded to Egypt Road at Cry Baby 
Bridge for a one vehicle accident. Police arrive 
and found the accident outside of Perry Township 
limits. Police notified dispatch to send Goshen 
Police Department. 

Police spoke with the subjects to make sure 
everyone was ok, and stood-by until Goshen 
Police Department arrived.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Curtis Hetherington 926


xternal Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0017 01 
Date: 01/05/2019 15:10:00
Welfare Check
1189 W. Perry street


Police were dispatched to 1189 W. Perry street for 
a welfare check on a male that lives at that 
residence. Police made contact with the male who 
stated he was having phone issues and he would 
be in touch with his family to make them aware he 
is fine.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0016 01 
Date: 01/05/2019 15:22:00
Suspicious person
W. Perry st and Overlook Dr



Police were dispatched to W. Perry st for a 
suspicious person stumbling near Overlook Dr. 
Police checked the area and were unable to 
locate anyone on foot. Police cleared the call 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0015 01 
Date: 01/05/2019 10:00:00
Suspicious vehicle
Allen Rd. at W. Pine Lake Rd.



Police responded to the area of Allen Rd. at W. 
Pine Lake Rd. for a reported suspicious vehicle 
parked along the roadway.

Upon arrival police found who the vehicle 
belonged to and responded to their residence. 
Upon speaking with a resident it was found that 
the vehicle was parked on their property and they 
were out walking the property line.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0014 01 
Date: 01/05/2019 00:16:00
Medical
1701 Harding Ave.



Police responded to the above address for a 
medical report. It was advised that the 
complainant was having an allergic reaction from 
food she ate. 

KLG ambulance and Perry Twp. FD responded to 
the scene and evaluated the complainant there. 
The complainant was found to be fine and all first 
responded personnel cleared the scene without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 924



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulance Service 
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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PUBLISHED 9:00AM JANUARY 7, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0012 01 
Date: 01/04/2019 01:06:19
911 hang-up
269 Apple Street



Police were dispatched to the 200 block of Apple 
Street for a 911 hang-up. Upon arrival police met 
with complainant who stated she felt like she was 
going to be jumped by her roommates friend. The 
complainant asked if police would standby until 
her friend came to pick her up. 

Compliant friend showed up and police stayed on 
scene until the complainant left.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926 
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0011 01 
Date: 01/03/2019 15:52:00
Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
SR 45 bypass at US 62



Officer made a traffic stop stop on a vehicle with 
the female passenger being a Courtney 
Bouchillon (34) of Salem. Courtney Bouchillon 
was taken into custody for one active 
misdemeanor warrant for FTA for a probation 
hearing M1. 

Ms. Bouchillon was transported back to the 
station and transported to the County Jail by a 
Deputy Sheriff.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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PUBLISHED 10:06AM JANUARY 4, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0007 01 
Date: 01/02/2019 23:37:00
Burglary - Arrest Made
797 Bethel Dr.



Police responded to Bethel Dr. for a report of a 
burglary. Police spoke with the female 
complainant who advised she woke up to a male 
subject in her bedroom. Due to video surveillance 
around the residence, a visual of the male and the 
vehicle he was driving were taken. 

The family recognized the male subject as, Robert 
E. Chester(48), LKA: Salem, OH. Police spoke 
with Mr. Chester at his residence inside the city of 
Salem and he advised he was inside the 
residence earlier in the night. 

Mr. Chester was placed into custody for Burglary 
and transported to Perry Twp PD for processing 
before being transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0006 01 
Date: 01/02/2019 16:51:00
Assist other unit
Egypt Rd. at Main St.


Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.


Police came across an accident on Egypt Rd. 
near Main St. in Goshen Twp. jurisdiction. 

Police stood by with the accident until Goshen 
Police District arrived on scene.




External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0005 01 
Date: 01/02/2019 16:42:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1500 blk of Egypt Rd.



Police responded to the 1500 blk of Egypt Rd. for 
a report of a couch on the roadway. 

Upon arrival police found that the couch was 
safely off the roadway. A message was left for the 
Perry Twp. Road Dept. to remove the couch.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0004 01 
Date: 01/02/2019 16:11:00
Civil Complaint
1179 Elberon Ave


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Elberon Ave 
for a reported custody dispute. 

Upon arrival police spoke with both parties and 
advised them that it was a civil issue and to speak 
with their respective attorney's.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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PUBLISHED 8:10AM JANUARY 3, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0002 01 Received 
Date: 01/01/2019 02:54:00
Suspicious person
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave



Police were dispatched to Circle K at 1827 S. 
Lincoln Ave for a suspicious person sitting in his 
vehicle in front of the store . Police spoke with the 
male James Peck who stated he did not want to 
go home because he was having relationship 
issues .

The male was advised he was to leave the 
property after he purchased his products. Police 
stood by until the male left. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1429 12 
Date: 12/31/2018 08:14:00
Animal complaint
1100 Blk of W. Perry


Police advised of a Raccoon sitting in the middle 
of the road causing vehicles to swerve around the 
animal. Police checked the area finding the road 
clear.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 19 0001 01 
Date: 01/01/2019 00:08:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed - Arrest 
Made
410 Benton rd


Caller/Complainant: Kacey Rohaley



Police were dispatched to the area of 410 Benton 
rd for an unwanted male subject Jeff Winter to be 
removed from the property . The caller Kacey 
Rohaley stated Jeff was beating on her door 
drunk and broke a window. 

Police arrived unable to make contact with Jeff on 
the property Salem Police Department assisted 
with trying to locate Mr. Winter. While driving 
down the road Salem Police made contact with 
the subject who then ran from police. 

The subject was then detained behind 166 Benton 
rd and charged with criminal damaging along with 
charges from Salem Police Department.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1435 12 
Date: 12/31/2018 22:58:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
13718 Beechwood rd



Police were dispatched to the area of 13718 
Beechwood rd for debris in the roadway. Police 
were able to remove the debris and cleared the 
call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1434 12 
Date: 12/31/2018 22:42:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
671 Pine Lake rd


Police were dispatched to the 600 block of Pine 
Lake rd for a tree in the roadway. Police found the 
tree to be blocking one lane of travel and was 
hanging on lines. 

The road crew and Fire Department were 
dispatched to direct traffic. Police cleared the call 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 926


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1433 12 
Date: 12/31/2018 20:18:40
Private Property Accident
Salem Golf Club



Officer responded to a reported private property 
accident in the Salem Golf Club parking lot. 
Officer arrived and found a Blue 2008 Honda CRV 
in the grass area at the entrance to the parking 
lot. It appeared that the vehicle struck a tree. 

Officer made contact with Dolores Anderson (89) 
of Salem in the lobby area inside the country club. 
Dolores stated that she misjudged the driveway to 
the parking lot and hit the tree in the grass area 
just south of the entrance. 

EMT responded to the scene and transported 
Dolores to Salem ER to get checked out. AAA 
towed the vehicle from the scene.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Christopher Helsel 929



External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1432 12 
Date: 12/31/2018 16:36:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1133 Prospect St, #12A


Caller/Complainant: Robin Fuson


Officers responded to Salem Acers apartment 
12A for a report of a female to be removed. 
Officers arrived and found that the female, 
Heather Ferguson, had left prior to their arrival. 

Officers spoke with the complainant and she 
advised that she was able to obtain a protection 
order against Heather today but it was not served 
by the Sheriff Office as of yet. The Sheriff's Office 
was advised of the PO and they advised that it 
would be served ASAP.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1431 12 
Date: 12/31/2018 15:43:00
Civil Complaint
1179 Elberon Ave



Caller/Complainant: Judson Sanor



Officer spoke with the complainant in reference to 
a child custody dispute. The complainant, Judson 
Sanor, stated that he went to his ex-girlfriend's 
residence to pick up his child for his court ordered 
visitation at 1600 hours. The complainant stated 
that Charlotte Colbrunn refused to let him get his 
child for his visitation on this date. 

The complainant wanted a report on file of the 
incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Christopher Helsel 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1430 12 
Date: 12/31/2018 15:50:00
Property damage accident
SR 45 bypass at SR 9



Officers responded to a hit-skip car accident on 
State Route 9 and State Route 45. Officers 
arrived on scene at Bob's Complete Auto Service 
on New Garden Ave and spoke with Nathan Bell 
(43) of Leetonia. Mr. Bell stated that an unknown 
male driving an all Black Jeep Wrangler with 
dealer tags rear ended him on SR 9 @ SR 45 
bypass. Mr. Bell stated that he followed the 
unknown male to Bob's Complete Auto to speak 
with the male. Mr. Bell stated that the male stated 
that he had to run to Auto Zone to get parts and 
would be right back. 

Mr. Bell was driving a White 2011 van that is 
owned by Tolson Comfort Systems.

The van sustained damage to the rear bumper. 
The driver of the Jeep Wrangler never showed 
back up at the scene at the time of report. 

Upon further investigation it was found that the 
driver of the Jeep Wrangler was a Larry McBride 
(48) of East Rochester. The owner of the Jeep 
Wrangler was Advanced Auto Network of 
Hanoverton. Officer also found that Mr. McBride 
does not have a valid drivers license. 

Officer was able to make contact with Mr. McBride 
by phone and he will be coming to the station on 
1-1-19.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 922
Christopher Helsel 929




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PUBLISHED 7:55AM JANUARY 1, 2019
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1425 12 
Date: 12/28/2018 19:50:00
Domestic complaint
348 Springdale Ave.



Police responded to the 300 block of Springdale 
Ave. for a report of a person to be removed. 
Police spoke with a male subject who advised he 
wants his ex girlfriend, who resides with him, to 
leave. 

Nothing physical occurred and both parties were 
advised to stay away from each other.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1427 12 
Date: 12/29/2018 16:59:00
Suicide attempt
1133 Prospect St., #12A



Police were dispatched to the 1100 block of 
Prospect St. for a female that was making suicidal 
threats. Police made contact with a female 
walking in the middle of the road on Prospect St. 
who stated she just wanted to die because 
nobody cares about her. She also stated she took 
a bunch of prescription medication. 


Police stood by till KLG responded. KLG 
transported Heather to Salem Hospital.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1426 12 
Date: 12/28/2018 20:53:00
Domestic complaint
348 Springdale Ave.


Police responded back to the 300 block of 
Springdale Ave. for a domestic dispute. Both 
parties advised they were arguing and had 
conflicting stories of the incident. 

The female half voluntarily left for the night.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1428 12 
Date: 12/29/2018 17:28:00
911 hang-up
248 Springdale Ave.



Police were dispatched to the 300 block of 
Springdale Ave for a 911 hang up. Upon arrival 
police met with Stephan Jarrett who stated he 
accidentally pocket dialed. 

Due to police responding to the address the day 
before for a verbal domestic police stood by until 
the female finished loading her belongings into 
the vehicle and left the property. Police cleared 
the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929 
Jonathan Smith 928




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PUBLISHED 10:18AM DECEMBER 31, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1424 12 
Date: 12/27/2018 21:55:00
Juvenile complaint
664 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Terriann McFarland


Police responded to the 600 blk of W. Pidgeon 
Rd. for a reported juvenile issue. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
who advised that the juvenile was dropped of at 
the library in the city around 4:00 pm and was told 
to be home by 7:00 pm. When the juvenile didn't 
come home the complainant started calling the 
juveniles phone with no response. 

Police did locate the juvenile in the sparkle 
parking lot inside the city limits and she was 
reunited with the complainant. 

Police advised the complainant the procedure for 
filing unruly charges with juvenile court.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1423 12 
Date: 12/27/2018 17:50:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed - Arrest 
Made
Salem Acres
1133 Prospect St., #12A



Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. 
for a reported unwanted subject. Upon arrival 
police found that the unwanted subject had been 
warned earlier in the day to not return to the 
property. 

William M. Alesi III (34) of Salem, OH, 44460 was 
arrested for Criminal Trespass and transported to 
the Columbiana County jail with a court date of 
12-28-2018 at 8:30 am to appear in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1422 12 
Date: 12/27/2018 14:54:00
Burglary in progress
1180 Jones Dr.


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Jones Dr. for 
a reported Burglary in progress. 

Upon arrival police located a male subject on the 
property and found that he was allowed to be on 
the property and was waiting for the Salem Water 
Dept.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Michael Emigh 921
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1421 12 
Date: 12/27/2018 13:47:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1133 Prospect 12A



Police responded to an unwanted subject who just 
was released from jail. Police spoke with William 
Alessi III who was at his mothers house. William 
was advised that he was not allowed to remain at 
the residence and would need to leave. 

William packed up his belongings and left the 
property.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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PUBLISHED 1:20PM DECEMBER 28, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1417 12 
Date: 12/25/2018 23:34:00
Suspicious vehicle
Restore
1965 N Ellsworth Ave




Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed two vehicles side by side 
at the above location. Upon checking on the 
vehicle's, police spoke to a male and a female 
who advised they were talking. Police advised 
them to wrap it up, they complied and police 
cleared the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1416 12 
Date: 12/25/2018 11:04:44
Speak with Officer
797 Bethel Drive



Caller/Complainant: Elizabeth Chappell



Police spoke with complainant reference 
information on possibility of needing a protection 
order filed on a subject who lives out of state. 
Police advised the complainant to contact legal 
council on the matter.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1415 12 
Date: 12/24/2018 15:15:00
Property damage accident
US62/ SR45 near Goshen Rd.



Police responded to US 62/ SR 45 near Goshen 
Rd. for a report of a car vs deer accident. Michael 
Bezon (45) of Salem, OH was northbound in a 
silver 2013 Cadillac when a deer ran into the path 
of his vehicle. Damage was caused to the front of 
the vehicle. 

Photos of the damages were taken and the 
vehicle was driven from the scene.





Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1414 12 
Date: 12/24/2018 07:14:00
Speak with Officer
Bethel Drive




Caller/Complainant: Chris Chappell



Police spoke with complainant reference his soon 
to be ex wife sending him threatening text 
messages to have him arrested .

Police advised the complainant to contact his 
lawyer and to keep his texts messages.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 12:48PM DECEMBER 26, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1413 12 
Date: 12/23/2018 19:36:00
Assist other unit
SR 62 and W. State st



Caller/Complainant: Goshen TWP



Police were dispatched to assist Goshen TWP for 
a vehicle they were pursuing. Police arrived at SR 
62 and W. State st where the subject Breontez 
Young of Salem Ohio who was driving a 2003 Kia 
SW gold in color (HAV6473) went off the roadway 
and got stuck. 

Police assisted Goshen in apprehending the 
subject and conducted a vehicle search where 
several bags of what appeared to be marijuana 
and a large amount of cash was located. The 
vehicle was removed from the scene by Kaiser 
Towing .

Perry Twp. issued Mr. Young a citation for 
reasonable control and no operators license and 
given a court date of 12-28-2018 at 8:30 am. 

Goshen TWP placed Mr. Young into custody and 
transported back to their station for charges.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929


External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1412 12 
Date: 12/23/2018 18:28:00
Possible Impaired Driver
S. Lincoln Ave



Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd


Police were dispatched to the area of S. Lincoln 
for a complaint for a possible drunk driver heading 
south driving a dark green Jeep. Police were 
unable to make contact with the vehicle and 
cleared the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1411 12 
Date: 12/23/2018 17:51:00
Solicitation/Solicitor
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave



Police were dispatched to Circle K on S. Lincoln 
Ave for a person standing outside asking for 
money. Upon arrival police met with a George 
Taylor and Shelby Thomas who both stated they 
asked one person for money to buy a can of 
chew. Police advised both suspects to stop asking 
for money from people walking into the store. 

George stated they were just waiting for his 
cousin to give them a ride and stated they would 
no longer bother people walking into the store.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1410 12 
Date: 12/23/2018 15:59:00
Hunters/target shooters
1774 State RT 344



Caller/Complainant: Connie Price



Police were dispatched to the 1700 block of SR 
344 for a shooting complaint. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the complainant who stated her 
neighbors in front of her were shooting towards 
her house. When police asked if the caller 
witnessed the neighbors shooting or with a gun 
she stated she did not. 

While in the area police were unable to hear any 
further gunshots and were unable to locate 
anyone shooting in the area. Police cleared the 
call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1409 12 
Date: 12/23/2018 15:45:00
Suspicious vehicle
1881 Egypt rd



Police were dispatched to the 1800 block of Egypt 
rd for a suspicious black Jeep sitting in a 
driveway. Police checked the area and were 
unable to locate any vehicle matching that 
description. Police cleared the call without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1408 12 
Date: 12/23/2018 15:32:00
Alarm drop
2026 S. Lincoln Ave.



Police were dispatched to the 2000 block of S. 
Lincoln Ave for an alarm at a residence. Upon 
arrival police met with the neighbor who stated he 
heard the alarm and noticed the door was open 
on the side of the house. Police checked the 
residence and were unable to locate anyone. 

Everything appeared to be intact on the house 
and its inside. Police cleared the call without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1407 12 
Date: 12/23/2018 13:14:00
Assist other unit
Shamrock Arbor Dr. at E. Pine Lake Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Goshen Police Dept.


Police responded to the area of Shamrock Arbor 
Dr. at E. Pine Lake Rd. to assist Goshen Twp. 
Police Dept. with an incident they were 
investigating. Police cleared after Goshen Twp. 
concluded their investigation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1406 12 
Date: 12/23/2018 00:22:00
Assist other unit
Depot @ Marion



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above area to assist Ohio 
State Highway Patrol post 15 on a traffic stop. 
Perry Twp. assisted and cleared when no longer 
needed.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1405 12 
Date: 12/22/2018 22:02:00
Investigate complaint
2152 State RTE 9


Police responded to the area of the Saxton Club 
on State Route 9 for suspicious activity. Police 
located a vehicle and 2 males walking on State 
Route 9 just outside the Township. Police spoke 
with the individuals until Columbiana County 
Sheriffs arrive and transported the individuals to 
their residents.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1404 12 
Date: 12/22/2018 02:01:00
Sex offense
US62, OH 44460


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatched to the Salem Pd for a sex 
offense report. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
male subject who advised he was driving on 
US62 unsure exactly where he was stating that he 
stopped on the side of the road to check to make 
sure both of his headlights were on and in the 
process two subjects jumped out of the woods 
and tried to sexually assault him.

Police followed the complainant to the exact 
location and it happened in Goshen Twp. Police 
contacted Goshen PD to respond to the scene to 
take the report. Upon Goshen's arrival Perry Twp. 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925


External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1403 12 
Date: 12/21/2018 14:04:00
Narcotics complaint
Homestead Pools


Police responded to the 100 blk of E. Pidgeon Rd. 
for a report of syringes being found in the parking 
lot of a local business .

Police secured the syringes and disposed of them 
in the Dept's sharps container.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1402 12 
Date: 12/21/2018 13:36:01
Investigate complaint
1752 Ansley way



Police flagged down while on patrol in the 1700 
Blk of Ansley way, The female had accidently 
locked herself out of her home when she went 
outside. Police were able to gain entry to the 
residence.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1401 12 
Date: 12/21/2018 05:46:00
Investigate complaint
1217 Hampton place



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Hampton place to investigate a woman yelling for 
help. Upon arrival police found a woman locked 
out of the house she was watching for family. 

Police were able to make contact with the 
homeowner and retrieve the garage code. Police 
were able to gain access to the house with no 
damage.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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PUBLISHED 9:00AM DECEMBER 24, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1396 12 
Date: 12/19/2018 12:04:00
Property damage accident
Cunningham Rd @ SR 344


Officer responded to a two vehicle accident on 
Cunningham Rd at SR 344. Officers arrived and 
found KLG on scene checking on the accident. No 
injuries were reported. 

Officers found that Unit #1 a Red 2001 Pontiac 
Grand Am driven by Terry Jackson (58) of East 
Palestine was stopped in traffic at the stop sign on 
Cunningham Rd headed south. Unit # 2 a Maroon 
2013 Jeep Wrangler driven by Annettte Norris 
(58) of Lisbon was also stopped at the stop sign 
headed south on Cunningham Rd at SR 344. Unit 
#1 started to move forward but had to stop due to 
traffic. 

Unit #1 struck Unit #2 in the rear. Unit #2 reported 
no damage and Unit #1 reported very minor 
damage.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1400 12 
Date: 12/20/2018 04:17:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave. near Southridge Dr.



Caller/Complainant: Post 15


Police responded to a three vehicle accident on S. 
Lincoln Ave. near Southridge Dr.. Police were 
advised the driver of a 2008 light blue Ford 
Taurus, driven by, John J. Shircliff(41), LKA: 
Lisbon, OH was driving northbound on S. Lincoln 
Ave. when he failed to stop in an assured clear 
distance striking the rear of a 2003 silver Buick 
Lesabre, driven by Samuel Ferguson(68), LKA: 
Lisbon, OH. 

Mr. Shircliff caused Mr. Ferguson to strike the rear 
of a 2016 blue Chevrolet Malibu, driven by Cory 
Parrish(21), LKA: Wellsville, OH. 

Mr. Shircliff was issued a citation for ACDA. All 
vehicles were driven from the scene.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1399 12 
Date: 12/20/2018 00:32:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
1300 Blk. W. State St.



Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.



Police conducted a traffic stop on a 1999 black 
Ford Crown Victoria on W. State St. for Loud 
Exhaust and a cracked windshield. Police asked 
for consent to search the vehicle and consent was 
given by the operator /owner, Derek R. 
Westover(32), LKA: Elkton, OH. 

Upon searching the vehicle, a cut in half blue pen 
barrel was located in the center console with an 
unknown white residue inside. Mr. Westover was 
issued a citation for Loud Exhaust and Unsafe 
Vehicle. 

The blue pen barrel will be sent to the lab for 
testing.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1398 12 
Date: 12/19/2018 15:30:00
Welfare Check
1965 N. Ellsworth Ave



Police responded to the 1900 blk of N. Ellsworth 
Ave to conduct a welfare check on a couple sitting 
in a vehicle possibly sleeping. 

Upon arrival police were unable to locate the 
vehicle.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1397 12 
Date: 12/19/2018 13:37:00
Illegal Dumping
Pine Lake Rd at Eygpt Rd



Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble



Officer found that an unknown person had 
dumped a deceased goat at the gate on Pine 
Lake Rd at Egypt Rd. The goat appeared to be 
Brown/Black with a few White spots.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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PUBLISHED 11:25AM DECEMBER 20, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1395 12 
Date: 12/19/2018 06:51:00
Alarm drop
1341 Johnson Ave



Officer responded to 1341 Johnson Ave for a 
reported residential alarm. Officer found the 
residence to be secure and cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1394 12 
Date: 12/18/2018 19:52:00
Disabled vehicle
187 Georgetown Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a reported one vehicle 
accident at Quaker Manufacturing. Officer arrived 
and found that a vehicle had slid on the icy 
roadway onto the grass in front of the business's 
fence on W. State St. Officer found no damage to 
the vehicle or the fence. The vehicle was only 
stuck in the wet grass. 

AAA towing removed the vehicle from the grass 
and the vehicle was drove from the scene.


Vehicle: Hali McQuire
769 W. Pershing St. Salem, OH

Black 2008 Nissan Altima (HQB7399) 
Insurance company Geico




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1393 12 
Date: 12/18/2018 16:17:03
Assist other Agency
377 LAKE AVE


Caller/Complainant: Vienna Twp. PD.



Officer's responded to 377 Lake Ave. to make 
contact with Ashley Brown for Vienna Twp. 
officers made contact with Ashley .

Message was delivered




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1392 12 
Date: 12/17/2018 14:22:47
Identity Theft /Fraud
1133 Prospect



Caller/Complainant: Nicole Kleman



Police spoke with complainant reference her ex 
boyfriend using her SSN to obtain cable at her old 
residence located in Leetonia after she had 
moved out back in July 2018.

Complainant needed a report for Com Cast to 
close the account.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 2:15PM DECEMBER 19, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1391 12 
Date: 12/16/2018 23:38:00
Assist other unit
Speedway


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Sanford



Perry Twp. Police was at a local business when 
police observed an individual walk into the store 
with an active warrant out of Columbiana County. 
Perry Twp. Police advised Salem PD who 
responded to the scene and took the individual 
into custody .

Salem PD and Perry Twp. PD cleared the scene 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1390 12 
Date: 12/16/2018 13:15:00
Domestic complaint
419 Benton Rd.


Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for 
a reported domestic dispute. Upon arrival police 
spoke with all parties involved who all stated that 
the male half of the incident threw water on the 
female half. Police advised all subjects involved of 
the domestic violence laws and consequences. All 
subjects involved advised that there would be no 
further problems.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1389 12 
Date: 12/16/2018 11:15:00
Assist other unit
1653 S. Lincoln Ave



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded with Salem Police Dept. to the 
1600 blk of S. Lincoln Ave to assist in serving a 
warrant on a subject who was involved in a 
shooting in Stark County. Police had negative 
contact at the residence.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1387 12 
Date: 12/16/2018 02:16:00
Suspicious vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle ay the above 
location. Officer spoke with the driver and advised 
him he was trespassing .

Officer advised the individual to leave. Police 
cleared the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1386 12 
Date: 12/15/2018 18:56:00
Property damage accident
2083 Egypt Road



Caller/Complainant: PTL Smith



Police responded to 2000 blk of Egypt Road for a 
two vehicle accident. The driver of a 2015 Honda 
Civic (blue), Abigail Mayrobb (23), from 
Austintown, Ohio stated she was sitting stationary 
on Egypt Road do to a tree in the roadway when 
the driver of a 2003 Ford truck (red) driven by 
Anthony Ieropoli (59) from Salem, Ohio struck the 
drivers side mirror of Mrs. Mayrobb's vehicle .


Photos were taken of the damage and insurance 
information was gathered.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1385 12 
Date: 12/15/2018 16:44:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
2083 Egypt Road



Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Department



Police responded to the 2000 blk of Egypt Road 
for a reported tree down across the roadway. 
Upon arrival police notified dispatch to contact the 
Perry Township Road Department, to remove the 
tree.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1384 12 
Date: 12/15/2018 14:25:00
Assist other unit
432 Shelton Rd.


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Police responded to the 400 blk of Shelton Rd. for 
a reported residential alarm. Upon arrival police 
checked the residence finding everything secure.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1383 12 
Date: 12/15/2018 12:12:00
Investigate complaint
1360 W. State St.



Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Det.



Police along with Salem Police responded to the 
1300 blk of W. State St. to serve a felony warrant 
on a known subject.

Upon arrival police found that the suspect, Robert 
Burge (54), saw police pulling into the driveway 
and fled out of the backdoor of the residence and 
into the woods. Police used Salem PD's K9 officer 
to track Burge but lost the track due to the K9 
officer getting injured during the track. 

Further Felony charges are pending against 
Burge. Columbiana County Sheriff's Office and 
Goshen Police District also assisted in the search.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD
Salem City - Salem Police Department
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1382 12 
Date: 12/15/2018 10:21:00
Medical
1097 W. Pine Lake Rd.



Police responded to the 1000 blk of W. Pine Lake 
Rd. for a reported medical issue with the subject 
becoming combative.

Police stood by while Perry Twp. FD and EMT 
ambulance personnel treated the patient.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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PUBLISHED 9:20AM DECEMBER 17, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1378 12 
Date: 12/13/2018 08:18:00
Animal complaint
1262 Andrew Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Starcher


Officer responded to an animal complaint at 1262 
Andrew Ave. Officer found that a racoon had it's 
foot caught in a wire which had got tangled up on 
the complainant's fence. 

The complainant had a friend responding with a 
live trap to trap the animal until it could be freed 
from the fence.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1373 12 
Date: 12/11/2018 17:39:00
Mental
1976 S. Lincoln Ave.



Police responded to the 1700blk of S. Lincoln 
Ave. after a mother called and advised that their 
adult daughter was out of control. Police arrived 
on scene and advised the mother of options for 
her daughter and warned the daughter of the 
consequences if police had to return. 

The adult female refused transport to be 
evaluated. KLG Ambulance Service was on 
standby in the area if needed.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Richard Kimble 924


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1379 12 
Date: 12/13/2018 09:42:00
Assist other unit
154 Benton Rd, #B



Officer responded to the parking lot of Annabell's 
to speak with a female in reference to a domestic. 
Officer arrived and found that the domestic 
happened in the City of Salem 154 Benton Rd. 

Officer assisted Salem PD while they arrested two 
subjects out of apartment B. 

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1377 12 
Date: 12/13/2018 03:47:00
Disabled vehicle
Country Saw and Knife



Caller/Complainant: Safiatou Ouedraogo



Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of W. 
State St for a disabled vehicle. Police met with the 
caller who stated she had hit a cow in Calcutta, 
OH and proceeded to head home. 

Police were able to remove the vehicle from the 
roadway and the caller stated she was going to 
contact her insurance and arrange her own tow 
for the vehicle. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1376 12 
Date: 12/12/2018 06:14:00
OH-1/Non Injury
14F 4lane



Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD



Police responded to the above for a deer vs 
vehicle accident. It was advised that an injured 
deer was in the roadway was in the roadway. 
Police dispatched the animal. The individual who 
hit the deer returned to the scene, Amber Neiser 
(26) out of Salem Ohio 44460 was going 
westbound on the four lane when the deer 
entered the roadway causing her to strike it. 

The vehicle suffered driver side front bumper 
damage and also damage along side the vehicle 
and also the driver side rear quarter panel .

Police documented the damages with photos and 
issued a report number for the insurance 
company. Police cleared the scene without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1375 12 
Date: 12/11/2018 21:45:00
Civil Complaint
1185 W. Perry St.



Caller/Complainant: Danielle Killeen



Officer responded to a supposed custody dispute 
at 1185 W. Perry St. Officer arrived and found the 
complainant, Danielle Killeen, intoxicated sitting 
outside of the residence. Danielle stated that she 
was upset due to her mother coming to her 
residence and wanting to take her children for the 
night. 

Danielle stated that she was sorry for calling and 
everything was worked out. Danielle's mother took 
the children and Danielle to her residence for the 
night so Danielle's boyfriend could sleep .

Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1374 12 
Date: 12/11/2018 20:10:00
Burglary - Arrest Made
1573 Grant St.


Caller/Complainant: Terence Hite



Officer responded to a burglary at 1573 Grant 
Ave. Officer arrived and found the complainant 
outside of his mother's residence . Terence Hite 
stated that he went to his mother's house for a 
break from work and found Melissa Mills coming 
out his mother's front door. Terence stated that 
Melissa had two of his mother's purses in her 
hand along with a box of jewelry. Terence stated 
that Melissa took off walking down the street after 
he took his mother's belongings off of her. 

Officer was able to locate Melissa just south of the 
residence. Officer took Melissa into custody for an 
active warrant for theft out of Columbiana County. 
Melissa was transported back to the office and 
turned over to a Deputy Sheriff for transport to the 
County Jail. Charges are pending.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1372 12 
Date: 12/11/2018 13:25:00
Abandoned vehicle
On Ramp W.B. Bypass


Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh



Police had a vehicle towed from the on ramp to 
the bypass after it was left along the road since 
Friday Morning December 7th.

Police had Kaiser towing respond and remove the 
vehicle. The vehicle returned to a female from 
Youngstown who was under suspension and the 
registration expired in September of 2018.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1371 12 
Date: 12/11/2018 12:55:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 344, East of Cunningham Road



Caller/Complainant: OSP# 15



OSP# 15 requested a check of SR 344 for a 
disabled truck pulling a camper, reportedly East of 
Cunningham Road. Police checked the area from 
the city limits to Jersey Ridge Road and did not 
locate any disabled vehicles.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1370 12 
Date: 12/11/2018 07:03:00
Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
45/62 Bypass @ W.State



Police called to a 2 car MVA with Injuries on the 
Bypass at W. State. Unit #1 operated by Brandon 
Burwell age 30 of Minerva was traveling north on 
the bypass when he fell asleep from working 
midnights and struck Unit # 2 operated by Pierre 
Parfaite age 44 from Salem who was stopped in 
traffic. 

Unit # 2 passenger Jason Mullins age 34 was 
transported to Salem Regional to be evaluated for 
injuries from the crash.

Police cited Mr. Burwell for ACDA and set a court 
date of 12-17-18. 

Unit # 1 was towed from the scene and Unit # 2 
was driven from the scene.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)

FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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PUBLISHED 10:16PM DECEMBER 13, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1369 12 
Date: 12/11/2018 04:47:00
Property damage accident
N. Lincoln Ave @ 4-lane


Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd



Police responded to the above location for a car 
vs. deer accident. Upon arrival it was found that 
Christopher Smith (42) out of Salem Ohio, was 
traveling northbound on N. Lincoln Ave. near the 
4-lane when a deer entered the roadway causing 
him to strike the deer. 

The animal was injured but still alive, police 
dispatched the animal and filled out a deer 
carcass receipt for Mr. Smith. 

Smith's vehicle sustained no damage. After the 
deer was loaded up police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1368 12 
Date: 12/10/2018 18:54:00
Suspicious person
204 Apple St.



Officer responded to a report of a suspicious 
person wearing a yellow jacket going door to door 
asking people if they had new roofs. 

Officer checked the area and located two males 
one on Apple St and the other on Plymouth Pl. 
Officer identified both male subjects and found no 
wants or warrants on either. Subjects were going 
door to door for Erie Construction trying to sell 
new metal roofs. 

Officer advised both males to stop soliciting for 
the night due to it being dark. Both males left the 
area.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1367 12 
Date: 12/10/2018 16:20:00
Property damage accident
Mufflerman



Officer responded to a private property accident in 
the Muffler Man parking lot. 

Officer found that a Beige 2004 Ford F-250 driven 
by Ashlee Dustman (23) of Beloit struck a parked 
vehicle while backing into a parking spot. The 
vehicle struck was a Red 2013 Jeep Wrangler 
owned by Amy Ray (56) of Salem. 

No damage to the Ford was reported. The Jeep 
Wrangler sustained damage to the drivers side 
rear fender.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1366 12 
Date: 12/10/2018 12:15:00
Suspicious person
1192 E. 11th. Street



Caller/Complainant: Gene Stapleton


Complainant from the 1100blk of E. 11th Street 
reported hearing noises outside of his bedroom 
window overnight, but did not go out and look until 
this am or contact the police. 

Complainant reported finding decorative stones 
knocked over and footprints leading from the 
window area through the yard to the roadway. 
Complainant requested an extra watch in the 
area.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1365 12 
Date: 12/10/2018 09:41:00
Speak with Officer
1133 Prospect



Police spoke with the manager of Salem Acres 
who was inquiring about possible trespass issue. 
After speaking with the legal advisor for the 
complex the issue will be placed on hold for now.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921 




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1364 12 
Date: 12/10/2018 06:50:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR45 @ S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the above area for a two 
vehicle accident without injury. 

Upon arrival it was determined that both UNIT'S 
#1 and #2 were going eastbound on SR45 near 
the intersection of S. Lincoln Ave. UNIT #1 a 2014 
Chevy Cruze grey in color was operated by 
Jeremiah Weibush (23) out of Minerva, OH 44657 
failed to maintain a safe stopping distance and 
collided with the rear of UNIT 2 causing damage 
to the trunk and rear bumper in which police 
documented with photos. 

Mr. Weibush was issued a citation for assured 
clear distance ahead and given a court date at the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

After giving both operators a copy of the report 
number both vehicle's were able to be driven from 
the scene.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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PUBLISHED 10:10AM DECEMBER 11, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1360 12 
Date: 12/09/2018 12:00:00
Assist other Agency
873 Georgetown Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Boardman Police



Police responded to the 800 blk of Georgetown 
Rd. to assist Boardman Twp. Police Dept. in 
attempting to locate a subject involved in a 
incident in their jurisdiction. 

Upon arrival police were unable to locate the 
subject but did obtain a phone number for the 
subject and forwarded the information to 
Boardman Twp. Police.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1358 12 
Date: 12/08/2018 13:51:00
Property damage accident
Fresh Mark


Caller/Complainant: Security Officer, Tyler



Police responded to the employee parking lot of 
Fresh Mark for a reported two vehicle accident. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2012 Dodge 
Avenger (Silver) driven by Angela S. Rittmaier 
(38) of Salem, OH, 44460 was pulling into a 
parking space and struck a parked 2010 Jeep 
Patriot (Green) owned by Patricia D. Tice (37) of 
Wellsville, OH, 43968. 

Both vehicles sustained minor damage and were 
driven from the scene, No injuries were reported, 
No citations were issued.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1363 12 
Date: 12/09/2018 22:41:00
Suspicious vehicle
Highland Creek Condo's



Police were dispatched to Highland Creek for a 
suspicious vehicle in the drive. Upon arrival police 
met with a male who stated his transmission had 
went out and was waiting on his parents to arrive. 

After the parents arrived the mother requested a 
tow truck to remove the vehicle. Davidson's 
towing removed the vehicle and police cleared the 
call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929 
Zachary Sanford 925


External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1362 12 
Date: 12/09/2018 18:55:00
Narcotics complaint
1770 Painter rd



Caller/Complainant: Eric Wiseman


Police were dispatched to the 1700 block of 
painter road to speak with the homeowner who 
was concerned that what they found on a pair of 
gloves was possibly drugs. 

After police spoke with the complainant and 
observed the gloves they were unable to tell what 
the substance was due to the fact there was very 
little residue present. Police advised the 
complainant to discard of the gloves for safety. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1361 12 
Date: 12/09/2018 15:33:00
Assist other Agency
1720 W. State St


Caller/Complainant: Officer Kriebel, Austintown, 
OH



Police were dispatched to the 1700 block of W. 
State St to try and locate a subject for Austintown 
PD . The subject was involved in an incident 
within Austintowns jurisdiction. 

Police were unable to make contact with the 
subject , but was told she now lives in Austintown 
somewhere. The information was relayed to 
Austintown PD.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1359 12 
Date: 12/09/2018 00:47:00
Noise Complaint
1103 Liberty St.



Police responded to the above address on two 
occasion's for a loud music complaint. Both times 
police spoke with the home owner and advised 
him to keep the noise to a minimum. Police 
advised what the outcome would be if police were 
to be called back to the residence for the same 
complaint. The homeowner understood and 
advised he would turn off the music for the 
evening. 


Police cleared the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



xternal Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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PUBLISHED 9:30AM DECEMBER 10, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1355 12 
Date: 12/06/2018 17:02:00
Domestic complaint
410 Benton Rd., #A



Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for 
a reported domestic dispute. Upon arrival police 
spoke with both subjects who had been drinking 
and started fighting over a cigarette roller. 

Both subjects advised that they did not wish to 
pursue charges and the male half left for the 
evening.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1354 12 
Date: 12/06/2018 11:16:00
Traffic jam/road blocked
1200 Block Benton Road




Caller/Complainant:  Chief Emigh



Police while on patrol in the 1200 blk of Benton 
road observed an ODOT attempt to pull in a drive 
and was swallowed by a sink hole from a water 
main break. 

Police contacted Ed Geary to remove the truck 
from the sink hole along with Salem PD to contact 
the water department to respond. Police cleared 
after the ODOT vehicle was lifted out of the hole.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1353 12 
Date: 12/06/2018 10:52:00
Traffic jam/road blocked
1449 SR 9



Anonymous complainant reported a trailer in the 
1400blk of SR 9 that was sitting by the roadway 
and believed it was a hazard.

Police checked that area and found the trailer 
sitting off of the roadway, out of the traffic way and 
did not find it to be a hazard to traffic.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1352 12 
Date: 12/06/2018 09:08:00
Animal complaint
2091 Shamrock Arbor



Police called to a deer that was stuck in a fence 
behind 2091 Shamrock Arbor, 

Upon police arrival officer located the deer that 
had its right rear leg caught in the fence. Police 
called for the Township Road department to 
respond with a bolt cutter. The deer was freed 
from the fence and police cleared. 

Police did contact ODNR who advised that if the 
deer was not a road hazard to leave it alone that 
the deer will rest until it gains its strength.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 8:25AM DECEMBER 7, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1347 12 
Date: 12/05/2018 07:13:24
OH-1/Non Injury
45/62 Bypass



Police spoke with Shelley Carlson at the Perry 
Twp. PD. Ms. Carlson was traveling north on the 
bypass when she struck a deer just south of the 4 
lane. Ms. Carlson vehicle received damage with 
the deer being killed.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1350 12 
Date: 12/05/2018 12:29:00
Disabled vehicle
W. State Street @ SR 45 (SB turning lane)



Caller/Complainant: Det. S. Smith



While on patrol, police drove up on 1997 Toyota 
Corolla (silver) on W. State Street @ SR 45, 
owned/operated by Mildred Marie Pittman (56) of 
2553 Lexington Ave., Apt#11, Salem, Ohio and 
found the vehicle had stalled and was partially on 
the roadway .

AAA was contacted, per owners request and 
responded to the scene and removed the vehicle. 
Ms. Pittman was picked up by a friend.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1349 12 
Date: 12/05/2018 10:07:00
Misdemeanor warrant
1138 Liberty



Police arrested William M Alesi III age 34 os 
Salem on a warrant out of Columbiana County for 
Domestic Violence. Mr. Alesi was taken into 
custody and transported to the jail and turned 
over. 

Perry Township Police was assisted by Salem PD.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1348 12 
Date: 12/05/2018 09:44:00
Unwanted Subject
1133 Prospect, #12A



Police called to a disturbance at 1133 Prospect 
12A involving a male with a knife threatening to 
harm himself. Prior to police arrival the male fled 
to another apartment inside the complex. Police 
responded to the other apartment and was 
advised that the male had fled when he was 
confronted by another male living at the 
apartment. 

Police aware of the male subjects name 
responded to his father house on Liberty where 
the subject William Alesi III was located and 
arrested for a warrant out of Columbiana County. 
Mr Alesi was transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail and turned over. 

Additional charges are pending after a review of 
the incident.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1346 12 
Date: 12/05/2018 00:56:00
Animal complaint
SR45/SR9



Police responded to the above area for a dead 
deer in the roadway. Police removed the deer and 
cleared.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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PUBLISHED 3:00PM DECEMBER 5, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1346 12 
Date: 12/05/2018 00:56:00
Animal complaint
SR45/SR9



Police responded to the above area for a dead 
deer in the roadway. Police removed the deer and 
cleared.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1345 12 
Date: 12/04/2018 19:35:00
Welfare Check
435 Benton Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officer responded to 435 Benton Rd for a welfare 
check on a juvenile female. Officer found that the 
juvenile female in question was fine and with her 
mother. Officer cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1344 12 
Date: 12/04/2018 18:44:00
Person with gun
240 Apple St.



Officers responded to a report of a man with a 
gun making threats at 240 Apple St. Salem PD 
had the male's wife come on their station states 
that her husband had a gun and was threatening 
to shoot someone. Officers made contact and 
detained Andrew Helper at 240 Apple St. Officers 
spoke with the male and he stated that he was not 
threatening anyone with a gun .

Officers spoke with the wife and she stated that 
he was stating that he was going to shoot a 
known male. The wife reported that her husband 
did not threaten her and did not threatened to 
harm himself. The call was found to have been 
blown out of proportion. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1343 12 
Date: 12/04/2018 15:27:00
Hunters/target shooters
1498 W. State St.



Officer responded to a report of unsafe shooting 
at 1489 W. State St. Officer spoke with the 
homeowner, Cory Herrington, at the residence. 
Cory stated that he was shooting at a metal target 
plate in the back yard. 

Officer found no back stop behind the target and 
advised him that was not safe. Cory removed the 
target and stated that he would make a safe 
target to shoot at in the near future.



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1342 12 
Date: 12/04/2018 14:11:00
Speak with Officer
1413 Andrew Ave



Caller/Complainant: Cindy Slavens



Police spoke with complainant and her 26 year 
old son reference his emotional state do to him 
staying up all night on the computer and sleeping 
all day. 

Officer spoke with both parties and advised them 
to explain the situation with his case worker on 
the 6th when she visits the house.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1341 12 
Date: 12/03/2018 21:17:00
Juvenile complaint
664 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Terri McFarland



Officer responded to a missing/runaway female 
juvenile at 664 W. Pidgeon Rd. The 
complainant/mother stated that she dropped off 
her 13 yoa daughter at the Salem High School at 
0730 hours on this date. The complainant states 
that her daughter did not return home. 

The complainant and relatives are activity out 
searching for her. The complainant states that she 
has been unruly in the past and believes that she 
is not missing but a runaway. 

Officer checked a residence in Salem and the 
area with negative contact.


Juvenile was located in the 100 blk of W. 16th 
Street in the city. She was returned to her mothers 
custody




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 
Zachary Sanford 925




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PUBLISHED 9:20AM DECEMBER 5, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1340 12 
Date: 12/02/2018 23:02:00
Medical
Blossom Nursing Home



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above address for a male 
individual on the ground outside of the business. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the male subject 
who advised he was walking into Salem from his 
residence and had fallen over a curb causing a 
laceration to his nose and a possible broken arm. 

Police requested KLG ambulance service's to the 
scene to evaluate the male subject . 
Subsequently due to the injuries KLG transported 
the male to the SRMC to be treated. Police 
cleared the scene without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1339 12 
Date: 12/02/2018 14:59:00
Domestic complaint
S. Lincoln Ave



Caller/Complainant: annoymous


Police were dispatched to the area of South 
Lincoln Ave near the bypass for a possible 
domestic taking place inside of a white minivan. 

Police checked the area and were unable to make 
contact. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1338 12 
Date: 12/02/2018 13:20:00
Threats or harassment
1279 Elberon Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Chris Weber



Police spoke with the complainant over the phone 
in reference to a harassment. The complainant 
advised the neighbor was complaining about his 
dog. 

Police advised to call if this continued.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1335 12 
Date: 12/01/2018 15:36:00
Welfare Check
360 Springdale Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatched to the 300 block of 
Springdale Ave to conduct a welfare check on a 
male whos friends stated he may be having 
suicidal thoughts. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the male in 
question who stated he was ok and never had 
thoughts of suicide. He stated he was speaking 
with friends on Facebook and stated he felt like a 
loner and they must have misunderstood him. 

Police cleared the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1334 12 
Date: 12/01/2018 10:50:00
Dog bite
231 Plymouth Place



Caller/Complainant: Amanda Larson



Police responded to the 200 blk of Plymouth 
Place for a reported dog bite. The complainant 
advised that when they went to get the mail their 
neighbors dog came across the street and bit 
them. The complainant advised that the dog did 
break the skin but were not going to seek medical 
attention due to the bite not being very bad. 

Police spoke with the dog owner and advised 
them of the situation. The owner did provide all 
paperwork proving that the dog was up to date of 
all shots. Police advised the owner that police 
would be reporting the dog bite to the health dept. 
per department regulations.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1332 11 
Date: 11/30/2018 06:29:00
Property damage accident
US62 4-lane westbound



Police responded to the above area for a car vs. 
deer accident. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
driver of Unit # 1 Joshua Hinerman (36) New 
Middletown, Ohio 44442 who advised he was 
going westbound on on US62 (4-lane) when a 
deer entered the roadway causing him to strike 
the deer. 

Police document damages done to the vehicle 
with photographs and issued a report number for 
the insurance company. The vehicle was able to 
be driven from the scene. 

Police attempted to look for the deer but was 
unable to locate it.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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PUBLISHED 8:43AM DECEMBER 3, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1333 11 
Date: 11/30/2018 11:11:00
Disabled vehicle
Snyder rd



Police were dispatched to Snyder Rd for a semi 
that was stuck in the middle of the road. 

Upon arrival police found the semi to be across 
Snyder Rd blocking the roadway. The semi was 
removed by Davidson's Towing and police cleared 
the call without further incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1332 11 
Date: 11/30/2018 06:29:00
Property damage accident
US62 4-lane westbound



Police responded to the above area for a car vs. 
deer accident. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
driver of Unit # 1 Joshua Hinerman (36) New 
Middletown, Ohio 44442 who advised he was 
going westbound on on US62 (4-lane) when a 
deer entered the roadway causing him to strike 
the deer. 

Police document damages done to the vehicle 
with photographs and issued a report number for 
the insurance company. The vehicle was able to 
be driven from the scene. 

Police attempted to look for the deer but was 
unable to locate it.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1331 11 
Date: 11/29/2018 17:58:00
Suspicious vehicle
SR 45, near Georgetown Road



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem PD advised they were notified of blue 
Jeep, hauling a trailer, in the area of Georgetown 
Road and SR 45 that would turn on their bright 
LED lights when cars would approach. Caller 
advised the Jeep turned from Georgetown Road 
and headed north on SR 45. 

Police checked the area and were unable to 
locate the vehicle in question.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Channing Hank 926




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1330 11 
Date: 11/29/2018 09:25:00
Traffic detail
1600 Blk of N. Lincoln Ave



Caller/Complainant: Emigh, Chief


Police assisted with traffic control on North 
Lincoln Ave while the township road department 
picked up branches from the trees damaged by 
the ice storm.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 2:30PM NOVEMBER 30, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1329 11 
Date: 11/29/2018 05:55:00
Animal complaint
SR45 near SR9



Police responded to the above area for an animal 
in the roadway. 

Upon arrival officer located a deceased coyote on 
the roadway. Police moved the animal off the 
roadway and cleared the scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1328 11 
Date: 11/28/2018 22:32:00
Property damage accident
1200 block of Beechwood Rd.



Police responded to the 1200 block of Beechwood 
Rd. for a car vs deer accident. A 2013 Dodge, 
driven by Lindsay A. Iler of Park Ave. Salem, OH, 
was westbound when a deer ran into the path of 
her vehicle. 

Damage was caused to the front of the vehicle 
which was able to be driven from the scene. 
Photos were taken of the damage.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1327 11 
Date: 11/28/2018 19:16:00
Welfare Check
1976 S. Lincoln Ave.




Police spoke with the complainant over the phone 
in reference to a female sending texts wanting to 
harm herself. Police notified Goshen PD where 
the female may be at. 

They responded and made contact over the 
phone and she advised she was ok.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1326 11 
Date: 11/28/2018 15:49:00
OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR 45-N. Ellsworth Ave. @ US 62-SR 45



Police, along with the Perry Township First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance Service, 
responded to the intersection of SR 45-N. 
Ellsworth Ave @ US 62-SR 45 for a report of a 
two vehicle accident with injuries. 

Police arrived on scene and found that Mark D. 
Milliken Jr. (48) of 3190 Depot Road, Salem was 
southbound on SR 45-N. Ellsworth Ave., in a 
2007 Ford 500 (black) and by his own admission, 
stated that he fell asleep and struck a 2011 Dodge 
Ram 1500 (red) owned/operated by Christopher 
E. Sheen (39) of 250 Stewart Road, Salem, Ohio 
that was stopped at a red light (southbound) on 
SR 45-N. Ellsworth Ave.. 

Both vehicles were towed from the scene by 
Sinsley's Towing and Kaiser Towing. 

Mr. Milliken was issued a citation for Assured 
Clear Distance Ahead with his court date of 
December 7, 2018 to appear in Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service 
ST - Sinsley's Towing 
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1325 11 
Date: 11/28/2018 11:39:00
Civil Complaint
1136 W. State St.



Caller/Complainant: Rick Pine



Police spoke with a male complainant, via 
telephone, in reference to a civil complaint 
involving an animal. Police spoke with all subjects 
involved and found the incident to be civil. Police 
advised both parties as such and advised them to 
seek council. 




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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PUBLISHED 8:45AM NOVEMBER 29, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1321 11 
Date: 11/27/2018 07:19:00
Property damage accident - Citation Issued
N. Lincoln near 4 lane



While on patrol police came upon a traffic 
accident on N. Lincoln Ave near the 4 lane. Unit 1 
a blue Jeep Liberty(HFS6174) driven by Ryan 
Lujan of Salem Ohio was travelling North on N. 
Lincoln Ave following unit 2 a purple Chrysler Pt 
Crusier (HLW7922) driven by Starr Huffman of 
Columbiana Ohio also heading North. 

Unit 2 attempted to slow down when Unit 1 slid on 
the ice caused by the recent snow striking the 
back of Unit 2. There was no injuries and both 
vehicles were driven from the scene. 

Mr. Lujan was cited for ACDA and given a court 
date of 12-11-2018 at 8:30 am.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1324 11 
Date: 11/27/2018 15:41:00
Animal complaint
1831 W. State Street


Female complainant requested a report filed 
regarding horses in the 1800blk of W. State 
Street. Female complainant reported that the 
horses did not look malnourished but they stated 
to dispatch, that the animals did not have any hay 
and were concerned due to the cold weather.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1323 11 
Date: 11/27/2018 13:58:00
Property damage accident - Citation Issued
US 62-SR 45 (on ramp) @ SR 45 Inter-Change



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the US 62-SR 45 (on ramp) 
@ the SR 45 Inter-Change for a report of a (1) 
vehicle accident with no injuries.

Police arrived on scene and found that Louise 
Ann Christopher (58) of 292 Dehoff Dr., 
Youngstown Ohio was westbound on the ramp in 
her 2000 Dodge Neon (gold) and failed to 
maintain reasonable control of her vehicle, 
traveling off of the right side of the roadway, down 
an an embankment, before coming to a rest. 

Sinsley's Towing responded to the scene and 
pulled the vehicle up the embankment and found 
no damage to the Neon. 

Ms. Christopher was issued a citation for 
reasonable control with a court date of December 
7, 2018 to appear in Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. Ms. Christopher was able to 
drive her vehicle from the scene.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1322 11 
Date: 11/27/2018 08:45:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 62



Police were dispatched to the area of SR 62 for a 
vehicle that was disabled off of the roadway. 
Police checked the entire area and were unable to 
make contact with and vehicle. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s) 
Curtis Hetherington 929



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1320 11 
Date: 11/27/2018 06:07:00
Livestock on roadway
Cunningham Rd./SR 344



Police responded to Cunningham Rd. near SR 
344 for a report of vehicles stuck on the roadway. 
Police contacted the Perry Twp Road Dept. and 
were able to back the vehicles down the hill.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1319 11 
Date: 11/27/2018 02:51:00
Assist other unit
435 Benton Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD

Police were asked by Salem PD to speak with a 
female resident at the above location. Police 
made contact with the female and advised her to 
contact Salem PD.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1318 11 
Date: 11/27/2018 01:58:00
Assist other unit
E. Pershing Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police located a male subject on E. Pershing 
involved in an assault inside the city limits. Police 
stood by with the subject until a Salem PD officer 
was able to respond on scene.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1317 11 
Date: 11/26/2018 21:57:00
Animal complaint
Newgarden Ave. near SR 45



Caller/Complainant: William Blackburn



Police responded to Newgarden Ave. near SR 45 
for a report of a wounded deer. Police dispatched 
the animal which was then released to the 
complainant.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1316 11 
Date: 11/26/2018 14:19:00
Recovered stolen vehicle
1129 W. Perry Street


Police responded to the 1100blk of W. Perry 
Street after Onstar reported a 2013 Chevrolet 
Silverado (white) that was stolen from West 
Virginia, possibly located and shut down in the 
area. The vehicle had not been entered into 
LEADS at the time of this report. 

The vehicle was located in the parking lot of 1129 
W. Perry Street, with what appeared to be 
possible front end passenger side damage. 

At the owners request, Rankin's Towing 
responded to the scene and removed the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Curtis Hetherington 929



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1315 11 
Date: 11/26/2018 07:18:00
Property damage accident
14F West of bypass



Police were dispatched to 14F West of the bypass 
for a car vs deer. Upon arrival police met with the 
caller Anthony Yorlano (62) from Salem, Ohio who 
stated he was heading west when a deer ran in 
front of him. Mr. Yorlano struck the deer in his blue 
Jeep (DLV9372) causing the vehicle to be 
disabled. 

Davidsons Towing removed the vehicle from the 
scene.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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PUBLISHED 10:10AM NOVEMBER 28, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1315 11 
Date: 11/26/2018 07:18:00
Property damage accident
14F West of bypass



Police were dispatched to 14F West of the bypass 
for a car vs deer. Upon arrival police met with the 
caller Anthony Yorlano (62) from Salem, Ohio who 
stated he was heading west when a deer ran in 
front of him. 

Mr. Yorlano struck the deer in his blue Jeep 
(DLV9372) causing the vehicle to be disabled. 
Davidsons Towing removed the vehicle from the 
scene.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1314 11 
Date: 11/25/2018 22:36:00
Threats or harassment
1133 Prospect st, #14B



Caller/Complainant:  Zachary McKibben



Police were advised of a subject receiving threats 
over Facebook. Police contacted the caller and 
advised them there is not anything they could do . 
Do to the fact that someone else could have 
accessed the account of the stated suspect.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1306 11 
Date: 11/23/2018 20:11:00
Civil Complaint
1601 Harding Ave.



Caller/Complainant:  Kerstian Fleshman



Police were advised via telephone of a possible 
stolen firearm from a female complainant. 

Police spoke to both parties involved and the 
male subject advised he would return the firearm 
tomorrow sometime. The female half advised 
getting the gun back tomorrow was ok and 
declined further Police action.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1310 11 
Date: 11/24/2018 20:55:00
Investigate complaint
1663 Goshen Road



Police responded to the 1600 Block of Goshen 
road for suspicious activity. Police checked the 
area and were unable to locate anyone.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1313 11 
Date: 11/25/2018 21:35:00
Assist other unit
E. State St and Vine



Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd



Police were dispatched to assist Salem Pd on E. 
State St. and Vine street in the City of Salem for 
two suspicious males running North with ski 
masks on carrying a bag. 

Police searched the area and were unable to 
located the stated males.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1312 11 
Date: 11/25/2018 13:21:00
Theft
556 Wisconsin Blvd.



Caller/Complainant: Chris Mullins



Police responded to the 500 blk of Wisconsin 
Blvd. for a reported theft. 

Upon arrival the complainant advised that an 
unknown person(s) entered their garage and stole 
a Sthil 16in chainsaw, Master portable heater and 
a Milwaukee hammer drill .

This incident is under investigation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1311 11 
Date: 11/25/2018 01:43:00
Suspicious person - Arrest Made
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Police responded to 1827 S. Lincoln Ave. (Circle 
K) for a report of a suspicious person who was 
passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle. 

Upon arrival police observed a male individual 
sleeping in the driver seat of his vehicle with the 
keys in the ignition and the engine on. Police 
woke up the individual by knocking on the 
window. While speaking with the individual police 
observed an open beer can in the center console. 
Police had the individual step out of his vehicle 
and after he was checked by KLG Ambulance 
Service's and signed a medical refusal form police 
ran him through standard field sobriety test. Due 
to his unsatisfactory completion of the standard 
field sobriety test and other indicators, police 
subsequently arrested Aaron Workman (34) 1331 
County Rd. 72 Hammondsville, Ohio 43930 for 
physical control and the open container. 

Police placed Mr. Workman in the back of the 
patrol unit and transported him to Salem PD 
where he submitted to a breath test in which he 
blew a .123 . After the completion of the breath 
test Mr. Workman was transported back to the 
Perry Township Police STORIES to finish 
paperwork and to await a ride. 

The vehicle was also towed from the scene by 
Davidson's Towing.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
DT - Davidson's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1309 11 
Date: 11/24/2018 16:31:00
Welfare Check
1234 Pembrooke Dr., #B



Police responded to the 1200 block of Pembrooke 
Dr. for a welfare check. Police were unable to 
make contact with the resident.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1308 11 
Date: 11/24/2018 15:11:00
Hunters/target shooters
Ohio Ave. near W. State St.



Police responded to the area of Ohio Ave. near 
W. State St. for a report of someone shooting a 
gun. Police checked the area and were unable to 
locate anyone or hear any gunshots.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1307 11 
Date: 11/23/2018 22:27:00
Domestic complaint
410 Benton Rd., #2A



Police responded to Benton Rd. for a report of a 
domestic dispute. Police spoke to both parties 
involved and found the dispute to be verbal only.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1305 11 
Date: 11/23/2018 18:35:00
Property damage hit-skip
435 Benton Rd.



Police responded to the 400 block of Benton Rd. 
for a report of a single vehicle accident. Police 
approached a 1999 red Jeep Cherokee and found 
the vehicle to be abandoned, hanging off of a 
driveway over a ditch. Kaiser Towing responded 
to the scene to remove the vehicle with a hold. 

A citation will be pending for the driver of the 
vehicle when that information becomes available.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1304 11 
Date: 11/23/2018 08:41:00
Animal complaint
989 Jones Drive



Caller/Complainant: Susan Allenbaugh



Police responded to the 900 blk of Jones Drive 
reference a dog complaint The complainant 
reported that her neighbors dog was running 
loose and that she was unable to go out to her 
yard. 

Officer spoke with both parties and the dogs 
owner will adjust the electrical collar on his dog.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921





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PUBLISHED 12:40PM NOVEMBER 26, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1303 11 
Date: 11/22/2018 12:14:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
S. Lincoln Ave Rail Road Crossing



Police responded to the Rail Road Crossing at S. 
Lincoln Ave for a report of a malfunctioning 
crossing gate. 

Upon arrival police found that the crossing gates 
were up with the lights still flashing. While police 
were on scene a train came through the crossing 
and the gates started functioning properly. Norfolk 
Southern was notified and advised that they 
would be out to check the crossing gates.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1302 11 
Date: 11/21/2018 13:33:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
464 Springdale Street



Police responded to a residence in the 400blk of 
Springdale Street at the request of the Perry 
Township Road Department foreman, to speak 
with the homeowner regarding a basketball hoop 
that was at the edge of the yard, partially over the 
roadway, that had been struck by a road 
department plow truck during the recent bad 
weather. 

The home owner was requested to move the 
basketball hoop at the request of the road 
foreman, which they advised they would.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1299 11 
Date: 11/20/2018 15:57:00
Assist other Agency
Egypt Road



Caller/Complainant: Salem, PD


Police requested to assist Salem PD who was 
tracking a male subject who had fled from a home 
invasion and had fled from the scene. Police 
patrolled the area of Painter Road and Egypt.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1294 11 
Date: 11/19/2018 10:40:00
Property damage accident
1875 SR 9



Police called to a single vehicle accident in the 
1800 Block of SR 9. Unit #1 operated by Logan 
Daggy age 20 from E. Rochester was traveling 
south on SR 9 when she lost control of her vehicle 
from the snow/slush that was on the road.

Unit # 1 went off the road right into a ditch striking 
a mail box and flattening her front tires. 

Sinsley's towing responded and removed the 
vehicle. No injuries reported and no citation 
issued.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1301 11 
Date: 11/21/2018 05:08:00
Suspicious vehicle
288 Benton Rd.



Police responded to the area of Benton Rd. for a 
report of a suspicious vehicle. Police checked the 
area but were unable to locate.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1300 11 
Date: 11/20/2018 17:06:00
Animal complaint
790 W. Pidgeon Rd.



Officer responded to a report of a missing dog at 
790 W. Pidgeon Rd. Officer found that a 
White/Brown 2 YOA English Bulldog (Bruiser) was 
missing from the property. The dog does have 
tags and a collar for an invisible fence. 

Dog was last seen in the yard. Unknown if the dog 
was taken or wondered off. Officer checked the 
area along with the owners and neighbors. Dog 
was not located.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1298 11 
Date: 11/20/2018 14:45:00
OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury
1900blk S. Lincoln Ave.



Police, along with the Perry Township First 
Responders, EMT Ambulance Service and KLG 
Ambulance Service, responded to the 1900blk of 
S. Lincoln Ave. for a report of a two vehicle 
accident without injuries. Police arrived on scene 
and found that a four vehicle chain reaction 
accident had taken place. 

After investigation, it was found that Timothy Ryan 
Huston (32) of 4048 McCracken Road was 
northbound on SR 45-S. Lincoln Ave., in his 2006 
Hummer H3 (blue) and by his own admission, 
admitted that he attempted to reach for a cigarette 
and failed to see traffic stopped in front of him, 
due to construction and struck a 2010 Honda 
Civic (blue) from behind, causing disabling 
damage to both, pushing the Honda into a 2005 
Chevy Colorado (red) owned/operated by William 
E. Bonacker (47) of 1336 Pembrooke Drive Apt. 
A, Salem, Ohio, in turn, causing Mr. Bonacker's 
vehicle to strike a 2011 Ford Ranger (grey) 
operated by Dallas Glover (62) of 9755 Ellyson 
Road, Kensington, Ohio 44427. 


Sinsley's Towing responded and removed two 
vehicles (Hummer H3 & Honda Civic) from the 
scene.

KLG Ambulance Service and EMT Ambulance 
Service each transported subjects to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for further evaluation.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service 
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service 
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1297 11 
Date: 11/20/2018 13:19:00
Private Property Accident
2164 N. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Brent Spangler



Police spoke to a complainant, Brent James 
Spangler (24) of 1144 E. Pershing Street, Salem, 
Ohio, via the telephone, who reported that while 
their girlfriend was at a horse farm in the 2100blk 
of N. Lincoln Ave., last week, had his 2006 
Pontiac G6 (gold) struck by truck that had just 
delivered hay and was leaving the property. 

Complainant stated that their girlfriend did not 
think they needed to file a report and left without 
doing so. 

Complainant stated that they reported the incident 
to their insurance company, due to damage, and 
the insurance company requested they file a 
report. Mr. Spangler was advised a report would 
be made. The vehicle was later brought to the 
station and damage was photographed.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1296 11 
Date: 11/20/2018 10:30:00
Theft
1514 State Blvd.



Caller/Complainant: Bob Miller



Police spoke with complainant reference a 
aluminum brake that was removed from the 
residence at 1514 State Blvd sometime Sunday 
evening early Monday morning.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1295 11 
Date: 11/19/2018 12:35:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Grant Ave. btw Indiana Blvd. & Ohio Blvd.



Caller/Complainant: Det. S. Smith



While on patrol, police drove up on a tree blocking 
the roadway on Grant Ave ., between Ohio Blvd & 
Indiana Blvd.. Dispatch was advised to contact 
the Perry Township Road Department and have 
them respond to remove the tree from the 
roadway.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1293 11 
Date: 11/19/2018 07:35:00
112 - B & E
1801 SR 9




Police investigating an B&E at Plastic Partners on 
SR 9. Sometime over the weekend entry was 
gained by forcing the main garage door opened. 

A list of the items taken will be put together and 
turned into the police along with the names of 
employees who have been let go.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 11:12AM NOVEMBER 23, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1292 11 
Date: 11/18/2018 22:14:00
Domestic complaint
1133 Prospect st, #13B



Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd



Police were dispatched to 1100 block of Prospect 
street from a possible domestic. Upon arrival 
police spoke with both parties involved who stated 
it was just verbal. Police stood by till the male half 
left the residence for the night.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1291 11 
Date: 11/18/2018 17:40:00
Property Damage
858 Georgetown rd



Police were dispatched to the 800 block of 
Georgetown rd for a vehicle that got stuck in a 
persons yard. 

Upon arrival police met with William Travis Poling 
who resides at the Georgetown address who 
stated he observed a vehicle stuck in his front 
yard. The vehicle a Black Acura SUV driven by a 
Yianni Katsadas (19) from Beaver PA stated he 
pulled into the driveway to turn around. He then 
pulled into Mr. Poling's yard not realizing how wet 
it was and got stuck. 

Mr. Poling and Mr. Katsadas exchanged 
insurance information and Mr. Katsadas had 
already contacted AAA to have his vehicle 
removed without further damage. Police cleared 
the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1285 11 
Date: 11/17/2018 14:56:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Arrest Made
N. Lincoln Ave./Old Farm RD.




Police responded to N. Lincoln Ave. and Old Farm 
RD. for a report of a two vehicle accident. The 
driver of a 2012 silver Jeep Liberty, Mary P. 
Shelton(60), LKA: Mineral Ridge, OH, was driving 
northbound on N. Lincoln Ave. when the driver of 
a 2006 red Dodge Dakota, driven by Dustin J. 
Hulton Sr.(36), LKA: Salem, OH, who was driving 
southbound on N. Lincoln Ave., went left of center 
and sideswiped Ms. Shelton's vehicle. Photos 
were taken of the damage to both vehicle. 

Sinsleys Towing responded to remove the vehicle 
from the roadway. 

Mr. Hulton was subsequently placed into custody 
for OVI. Mr. Hulton was transferred to Salem PD 
for testing before being taken to Perry Twp. PD for 
processing. Mr. Hulton was issued a traffic citation 
for OVI and Left of Center and was released to a 
family member.





Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1290 11 
Date: 11/18/2018 13:06:00
Recovered stolen vehicle
1700 blk of SR 344



Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Ptl. J.



Police on patrol came across a vehicle that was 
reported stolen out of the City of Columbiana in 
the 1700 blk of SR 344.

Police stood by with the vehicle until Columbiana 
Police could make arraignments for a wrecker 
company to transport the vehicle to their Police 
Dept.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1289 11 
Date: 11/18/2018 12:39:00
Property Damage
Solid Rock Community Church



Police responded to the 1700 blk of SR 344 for a 
report of property damage to a yard. Upon arrival 
police found that a private tree removal company 
got stuck in a yard while attempting to turn around 
causing damage to the yard. 

Police will be making contact with the company 
about the damage.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1288 11 
Date: 11/18/2018 08:42:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
W. Pidgeon Rd. at Hearthside Dr.


Police responded to the area of W. Pidgeon Rd. 
near Hearthside Dr. for a reported wire laying 
across the roadway. Upon arrival police found that 
it was a phone line that was pulled down from a 
pole. 

Police removed the line from the roadway.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1286 11 
Date: 11/17/2018 20:35:00
Medical
395 Old Coach Lane



Caller/Complainant: Perry TWP FD



Police responded to the 300 block of Old Coach 
Lane for a medical assist. 

Upon arrival police made contact with Perry 
Township Fire Department and were told 
everything was ok. Police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1284 11 
Date: 11/17/2018 12:28:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 45/W. State ST.



Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Ptl. J.



Police located a disabled vehicle on the roadway 
at SR 45 and W. State St.. Police were able to 
move the vehicle onto the side of the road to clear 
the roadway.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1283 11 
Date: 11/17/2018 00:11:00
Assist other unit
SR 45 North of Georgetown Rd.




Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Post 15 asked for assistance at the above area 
for the searching of a vehicle. 

Upon arrival Perry Twp. Police assisted Post 15 
on the vehicle search and cleared when no longer 
needed.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1282 11 
Date: 11/16/2018 22:40:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
US 62 at Ohio Blvd.



Police responded to the area of US 62 near Ohio 
Blvd. for a reported two vehicle accident. Upon 
arrival police found that a 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier 
(Red) driven by Corey Ozenghar (35) of 
Hanoverton, OH, 44423 was westbound on US 62 
and failed to stop in assured clear distance ahead 
and struck a 2004 GMC Sierra (White) driven by 
Henry Mills (49) of Salem, OH, 44460 who was 
also westbound on US 62 stopped in traffic 
waiting to make a left turn onto Ohio Blvd. 

Mr. Ozenghar was issued a citation for Assured 
Clear Distance Ahead and given a court date of 
11-30-2018 at 8:30 am to appear in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. Mr. 
Ozenghar's vehicle sustained disabling damage 
and was removed from the scene by AAA. 

Mr. Mills vehicle sustained moderate damage and 
was towed driven from the scene. No injuries 
were reported.





Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Zachary Sanford 925





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1281 11 
Date: 11/16/2018 19:04:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Cunningham Rd. 1100 blk



Police along with the Perry Twp. Fire Dept. 
responded to the 1100 blk of Cunningham Rd. for 
a report of a tree down blocking the roadway. 
Upon arrival police contacted the Road Dept. who 
arrived and removed the tree from the roadway.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1280 11 
Date: 11/16/2018 17:14:00
Property damage accident
N. Lincoln Ave near 17th St.



Police spoke with a female complainant on station 
regarding an accident. Police found that a 2016 
Chevrolet Cruze (Silver) driven by Taryn M. 
Gradhaus (22) of Salem, OH, 44460 was 
southbound on N. Lincoln Ave and stuck a 
downed tree in the roadway causing damage to 
the back bumper of the vehicle.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1278 11 
Date: 11/16/2018 01:32:00
Property damage accident - Citation Issued
US 62 East of Country Club Ln.



Police responded to the above area for a 1 
vehicle accident. Unit #1 driven by the Drew 
Wandle (19) from Alliance Ohio was going 
westbound on US62 SR 173 just east of County 
Club Ln in Perry Twp when he failed to maintain 
control of his vehicle causing him to go off the 
side of the road into a ditch. 

Sinsley's towing did respond to the scene and did 
get the vehicle out of the ditch, the vehicle 
suffered very minimal damage. 

Mr. Wandle was issued a citation for failure to 
control and given a court date at the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. Police issued citation and 
took photos and cleared.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1277 11 
Date: 11/16/2018 01:15:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1326 Garfield Ave.




Police responded to the above address for 
possible tree down in the roadway. Upon arrival 
police did observe a small to medium sized 
branch in the road in which police was able to 
remove. Police also observed a branch on the 
roof of the above address .

Police spoke with the homeowner who advised 
that they would assess if there was any damage 
to the roof and report back at a later time. Police 
documented the tree on the roof with photos. 
Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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PUBLISHED 10:30AM NOVEMBER 19, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1272 11 
Date: 11/14/2018 15:44:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
US 62-SR 45 btw SR 14 @ Goshen Road



911 CALL



Police responded to the area of US 62-SR 45 btw 
SR 14 @ Goshen Road after receiving a 911 call 
of a passenger on an EDI transportation bus that 
was out of control. 

Police arrived on scene and found the passenger 
had calmed down. The driver advised everything 
would be okay and that police were no longer 
needed.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Jordan Reynolds 923





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1270 11 
Date: 11/14/2018 10:09:00
Disabled vehicle
Goshen RD @ Beechwood



Police called to a disabled motor vehicle blocking 
the road on Goshen RD near Beechwood. 

Upon police arrival officer spoke with the operator 
Gerald Yerkey who stated that his stopped 
running and that the battery was dead. 

Officer stood bye until AAA arrived and towed the 
vehicle from the scene.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1269 11 
Date: 11/14/2018 08:08:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
1227 E. 12th



Caller/Complainant: Marylou Polshaw



Police spoke with complainant reference her 
computer being taken over after being hacked into 
from the outside. 

The complainant had already contacted the credit 
reporting agencies' to monitor her credit along 
with contacting the Attorney Generals Office. The 
complainant was advised to take her computer 
into a repair station and have it cleaned and the 
hard drive erased.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1268 11 
Date: 11/13/2018 19:09:00
OH-1/Non Injury
US 62/SR 45 bypass @ SR 14



Officer responded to a report of a two vehicle 
accident with no injuries at US 62/SR 45 bypass 
and SR 14. Officer arrived and found that Unit #1 
a Gray 2014 Chevy Cruze driven/owned by 
Klarysa Green (21) of Salem was traveling 
westbound on SR 14 (Benton Rd). Unit #2 a Red 
2002 Dodge Dakota driven/owned by John 
Donaldson (19) of Salineville was traveling 
southbound on the bypass. 

Unit #1 failed to stop for the red light and was 
struck by Unit #2. Both vehicles sustained 
disabling damage and was towed from the scene 
by Kaiser Towing. 

Unit #1 was cited for a red light violation and 
given a court date of 11-27-18 at 0830 hrs in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1271 11 
Date: 11/14/2018 11:33:00
Suicide attempt
1360 W. State Street, #8



Police, along the Perry Township First 
Responders and KLG Ambulance Service, 
responded to 1360 W. State Street Lot# 8 for a 
report of juvenile overdosing. The Juvenile was 
found responsive and was later transported by 
KLG Ambulance Service to the Salem Regional 
Medical Center for further evaluation.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922





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PUBLISHED 9:35AM NOVEMBER 15, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1265 11 
Date: 11/13/2018 11:00:00
Investigate complaint
461 Benton RD




Police requested to assist with a female who had 
locked herself out of her residence. 

Police after checking the residence to see if entry 
could be gained without damage to the property 
afforded a ride to the property owner to Salem 
Hospital to get her sister's vehicle to go and get a 
spare set of keys from her son.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 7:30AM NOVEMBER 14, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1267 11 
Date: 11/13/2018 13:51:00
Animal complaint
SR 45 @ W.State



Caller/Complainant: Victoria Danko



Complainant requesting to retrieve a deer that 
was killed on SR 45 near W. State, Police advised 
them that they would need a deer kill receipt and 
would need to pick it up at the Police Station 
when they get the deer. The caller advised it 
would be around 5:30 after work.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1266 11 
Date: 11/13/2018 11:11:00
Welfare Check
267 E. Pidgeon Road



Concerned resident from the 300blk of E. Pidgeon 
Road called and requested a welfare check on a 
neighbor, who they stated they had not seen since 
the weekend. Police responded to the residents in 
question and were unable to make contact with 
anyone. 

Police did not locate any vehicles in the driveway 
and observed a couple pieces of mail in the 
mailbox, but nothing out of the ordinary.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1262 11 
Date: 11/12/2018 16:58:00
Property damage accident
2100 block of US 62



Officers responded to a report car vs. deer 
accident in the 2100 block of US 62. Officers 
arrived a spoke with the vehicle owner.

The owner did not want a report due to very minor 
damage if any at all. The owner, Ethan Altomare 
did need a deer tag to get the deer processed. 
The owner was given a deer tag.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1261 11 
Date: 11/12/2018 07:22:19
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 14/Allen Rd



Police responded to SR 14 at Allen Rd. for a 
report of a two vehicle accident. 

The operator, Brian T. Recker(24), LKA: 
Rootstown, OH was travelling eastbound on SR 
14 when he failed to stop in a assured clear 
distance and struck a Chrysler PT Cruiser, driven 
by Faith M. L. Shingleton(41), LKA: Hanoverton, 
OH, who was attempting to turn northbound onto 
Allen Rd.. 

Mr. Recker was issued a citation for ACDA. 

Sinsley's Towing removed both vehicles from the 
roadway. Photos were taken of the damage and 
insurance information was gathered.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1264 11 
Date: 11/12/2018 22:46:00
Property damage accident
S. Lincoln Ave at Snyder Rd.




Police responded to S. Lincoln Ave at Snyder Rd 
for a two vehicle accident. 

The driver of a maroon 2016 Chevrolet Traverse, 
Melissa E. Joy(51), LKA: Lisbon, OH, was sitting 
stationary on S. Lincoln Ave. due to a train when 
the driver of a gold 2012 Ford Focus, Tyler W. 
Ayers(20), LKA: Leetonia, OH, failed to stop in an 
assured clear distance and struck the rear of Ms. 
Joy's vehicle. 

Photos were taken of the damage and insurance 
information was gathered. 

Mr. Ayers was issued a citation for ACDA.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927





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PUBLISHED 3:00PM NOVEMBER 13, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1261 11 
Date: 11/12/2018 07:22:19
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 14/Allen Rd



Police responded to SR 14 at Allen Rd. for a 
report of a two vehicle accident. The operator, 
Brian T. Recker(24), LKA: Rootstown, OH was 
travelling eastbound on SR 14 when he failed to 
stop in a assured clear distance and struck a 
Chrysler PT Cruiser, driven by Faith M. L. 
Shingleton(41), LKA: Hanoverton, OH, who was 
attempting to turn northbound onto Allen Rd.. 

Mr. Recker was issued a citation for ACDA. 

Sinsley's Towing removed both vehicles from the 
roadway. Photos were taken of the damage and 
insurance information was gathered.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1257 11 
Date: 11/10/2018 21:28:34
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
US 62/SR 45 Interchange




Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



While sitting stationary on the US 62/SR 45 
Interchange, Police witnessed a 2014 Chevy 
Equinox, driving northbound on US 62/SR 45 at a 
high rate of speed. The vehicle attempted to stop 
but drove onto the gravel and passed the Police 
cruiser coming to a stop before the drop off. 

Police made contact with the operator, Ronald A. 
James III (47), LKA: Cuyahoga Falls, OH and 
found Mr. James to be under the influence of 
alcohol. Police subsequently placed Mr. James 
into custody. 

Opened containers of alcohol were found inside 
the vehicle. Davidson's Towing responded to 
remove the vehicle from the scene. 

Mr. Adams was transported to Salem PD for 
testing before being transported to the Perry Twp. 
PD for processing. Mr. Adams was issued a traffic 
citation for OVI and Failure to Control along with a 
MM citation for Open Container in a motor 
vehicle. A friend was able to pick Mr. Adams up 
from the station.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1259 11 
Date: 11/11/2018 07:11:00
Suicide attempt
1189 W. Perry St.



Police responded to the 1100 blk of W. Perry St. 
for a report of a female making suicidal 
comments. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
subject who advised that they did not make any 
suicidal comments and had no intentions of 
hurting themselves .

The subject advised that they were having an 
argument with their relative.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1258 11 
Date: 11/11/2018 02:47:00
Assist other unit
1314 Franklin Ave



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem PD requested assistance at the above 
address for a domestic in progress. Upon arrival it 
was determined that it was in fact not a domestic 
in progress but that it was an animal complaint of 
a barking dog. Perry twp PD cleared.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1253 11 
Date: 11/09/2018 12:55:00
Speak with Officer
621 W. Pidgeon Road



Female responded to the Perry Township Police 
STORIES and wanted to speak with an officer 
regarding a family matter currently taking place 
with their daughter. 

Complainant was given options on how to 
proceed with the matter.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1260 11 
Date: 11/11/2018 15:23:00
Disabled vehicle
Snyder rd



Caller/Complainant: Sue Davidson



Police were dispatched to Snyder road for a semi 
truck that got stuck turning around. Police were 
requested by Davidsons Towing to direct traffic 
while they removed the vehicle. Davidsons was 
able to remove the truck and police cleared the 
call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1256 11 
Date: 11/10/2018 17:46:00
Property damage accident
1800 blk. Newgarden Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Scott McKinley



Police responded to Newgarden Rd. for a report 
of a car vs. deer accident. Police made contact 
with the complainant and discovered damage to 
the front right of the vehicle. Photos were taken 
and insurance information was gathered from the 
complainant. The deer was unable to be located.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1255 11 
Date: 11/10/2018 06:07:00
Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
1684 N. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the 1600 blk of N. Lincoln 
Ave for a single vehicle accident with injuries. 
Upon arrival police observed a Silver 2002 Ford 
Taurus which was driven by Cierra Cresanto (23) 
out of Salem Ohio, 44460 who was going 
northbound on N. Lincoln Ave. when she lost 
control of her vehicle causing her to go off the 
roadway and hit a tree causing disabling damage 
to the vehicle. 

The vehicle came to its final resting point in the 
yard of 1684 N. Lincoln Ave. 

Miss Cresanto was transported by KLG 
ambulance services to The Salem Regional 
Medical Center. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene by Kaiser 
towing due to the damage. Police documented the 
damaged with photos and issued a report number 
for the insurance company.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
SFD - Salem Fire Department
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1254 11 
Date: 11/09/2018 16:33:00
Property Damage
1386 Johnson Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Taylor Newcomb



Officer responded to a report of property damage. 
Officer spoke with the complainant and she stated 
that the taillight to her trailer in the back yard was 
busted out. The complainant believes that it might 
have occurred the evening the her dog was shot 
in the back yard.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1252 11 
Date: 11/09/2018 05:49:00
Noise Complaint
397 Plymouth Place



Police were dispatched to the 300 block of 
Plymouth Place for a noise complaint about a 
truck running in a driveway for an hour. Upon 
arrival police observed the homeowner of the 
property sleeping in his truck, police woke up the 
gentleman who stated he had just got home from 
work and fell asleep in his driveway. 

Police made sure the gentleman made it in the 
house and cleared the call without incident.





Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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PUBLISHED 1:00PM NOVEMBER 12, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1249 11 
Date: 11/08/2018 05:43:00
Disabled vehicle
Georgetown rd near Bypass




Police were dispatched to Georgetown rd. near 
the Bypass for a disabled vehicle sitting half on 
the roadway. 

Upon arrival police found a silver Chevrolet 
Cavalier causing a road hazard. The vehicle was 
covered in frost and was sitting there for a while. 
Police had the vehicle towed by Kaiser towing and 
made contact with the registered owners nephew 
and advised him she can pick up the vehicle at 
her convenience.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929


External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1248 11 
Date: 11/07/2018 19:16:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Bypass and Depot rd



Police were dispatched to Depot Rd and the 
Bypass for debris on the roadway. Upon arrival 
police were unable to locate any debris. Police 
cleared the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1247 11 
Date: 11/07/2018 18:14:00
Reckless Operator
SR 45 near SR 9



Police responded to the area of SR 45 near SR 9 
for a reported reckless operator. Upon arrival 
police checked the area but had negative contact 
with any reckless operators.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1246 11 
Date: 11/06/2018 21:14:06
Animal complaint
1386 Johnson Ave



Caller/Complainant: Kayla Newcome




Officer responded to Adamson Vet Clinic for a 
report of a dog being shot at 1386 Johnson Ave. 

Officer arrived and spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that she heard a gun shot 
and then heard her dog yelp. The complainant 
advised that the dog returned to the house from 
the back yard with a gun shot wound to it's left 
shoulder. 

The complainant stated that she believes that the 
gun shot came from the neighbors yard that is 
north of her back yard. Officer went and spoke 
with the neighbor at 1367 Garfield Ave who did 
not hear any shots.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1245 11 
Date: 11/06/2018 15:41:00
Property Damage
775 Cunningham Road



Police, along with the Perry Township Fire 
Department, responded to the 700blk of 
Cunningham Road for a report of a tree down 
across the roadway with power lines down. 

Police arrived on scene and found that the tree 
had fallen in side yard of 775 Cunningham Road, 
taking out a pole and knocking wires and a 
transformer to the ground. The Perry Township 
Fire Department remained on scene until Ohio 
Edison could respond.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1244 11 
Date: 11/06/2018 15:13:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
E. Pine Lake Road, near US 62



Police responded to the area of E. Pine Lake 
Road near US 62 for a report of tree blocking the 
roadway. Police arrived on scene and located the 
tree blocking the southbound lane of traffic. The 
tree was able to be moved, opening the roadway.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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PUBLISHED 11:56AM NOVEMBER 8, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1243 11 
Date: 11/06/2018 13:39:00
Criminal Mischief
1845 Allen Drive



Caller/Complainant: Ed Tkatch



Police responded to the 1800blk of Allen Drive for 
a report of damage to a vehicle. Complainant 
reported having their back window to their 2007 
Chevrolet truck, broken out sometime this 
morning 11/06/2018 by unknown person(s). 

Complainant advised that they would be filing a 
claim with their insurance company, Erie Ins., to 
have the window replaced.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1242 11 
Date: 11/06/2018 12:49:00
Animal complaint
2300blk N. Ellsworth Ave.


Police responded to the 2300blk of N. Ellsworth 
Ave. for a report of horse on the roadway. Police 
arrived in the area and found that the owner of the 
animals had already put the horses back in the 
fenced area.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1241 11 R
Date: 11/06/2018 11:41:00
Investigate complaint
North & South Stations



Police advised that someone had placed political 
signs on Township Property in violation of the 
election laws. The signs were taken down and 
moved to private property.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1240 11 
Date: 11/06/2018 07:27:00
Private Property Accident
1735 S. Lincoln Ave



Police responded to a 2 vehicle minor accident in 
the employee parking lot of Freshmak. Police 
spoke with Eddie Solivan of Salem who observed 
his vehicle had been struck.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1239 11 
Date: 11/05/2018 21:49:02
Property damage hit-skip
corner of W. Pine Lake Rd @ Goshen Rd



Officers responded to a hit-skip with property 
damage at the corner of Goshen Rd and W. Pine 
Lake Rd. Caller stated that a telephone pole was 
damaged by a semi-truck. Officers arrived along 
with the Fire Department and found the pole 
heavily damaged. 

The pole was still standing with no lines down. 
Caller stated that an unknown semi -truck was 
turning right onto W. Pine Lake Rd from Goshen 
Rd when it struck the pole and kept going without 
stopping. 

Ohio Edison responded to the scene.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Richard Kimble 924




External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1238 11 
Date: 11/05/2018 13:52:00
Investigate complaint
1925 NewGarden Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Shayna Jarvis



Police spoke with complainant who reported that 
between 10-31-18 and 11-2-18 she had 
misplaced her wallet which had information in it 
that could be used. The complainant had 
cancelled her credit cards and wished for a report 
to be made in case someone attempts to use her 
information.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1237 11 
Date: 11/05/2018 06:00:00
Noise Complaint
635 Old Coach Ln.




Police responded to Old Coach Ln. for a report of 
an alarm going off in the area. Police located the 
alarm coming from a vehicle and made contact 
with the homeowner.





Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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PUBLISHED 4:12PM NOVEMBER 6, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1232 11 
Date: 11/03/2018 12:13:00
Domestic complaint
Salem Acres Apartment Complex



Caller/Complainant: Mariela Gomez



Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. 
for a reported domestic dispute. Upon arrival 
police found that the male half of the dispute had 
already left on foot. Police spoke with the 
complainant who advised that she and her 
boyfriend had gotten into a verbal dispute and he 
broke her mirror on the way out of the apartment 
and did not want him back at her apartment. 

The complainant advised that no violence or 
threats of violence occurred. Police made contact 
with the boyfriend and advised him not to return to 
the apartment.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1229 11 
Date: 11/02/2018 12:22:00
Disabled vehicle
1500blk SR 9


Caller/Complainant: Det. S. Smith



While on patrol, police drove up on a disabled 
Jeep Cherokee (red) in the 1500blk of SR 9. The 
driver had assistance on scene and police 
assisted with traffic control until the vehicle was 
able to be driven away.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1237 11 
Date: 11/05/2018 06:00:00
Noise Complaint
635 Old Coach Ln.



Police responded to Old Coach Ln. for a report of 
an alarm going off in the area. Police located the 
alarm coming from a vehicle and made contact 
with the homeowner.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1236 11 
Date: 11/04/2018 18:31:00
Parking Complaint
1200 blk of Pembrook



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Pembrook dr for a parking complaint. The caller 
stated there was a white colored SUV parked in 
the middle of the roadway causing a hazard. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
who stated he was in charge of the area. Police 
advised the complainant that it was private 
property and he could ask the vehicle owner to 
move their vehicle. The vehicle was moved to a 
better parking location and police cleared the call 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1235 11 
Date: 11/04/2018 11:15:00
Juvenile complaint
SR 45 at SR 9



Police responded to the area of SR 45 near SR 9 
for a report of small children playing near the 
roadway. Upon arrival police checked the area but 
could not locate any children.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1234 11 
Date: 11/03/2018 16:19:00
Disabled vehicle
Goshen Rd. near W. Pine Lake Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD



Police responded to Goshen Rd. near W. Pine 
Lake Rd. for a disabled vehicle. The operator 
advised they ran out of gas. Police stood by until 
her husband arrived with gas.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1233 11 
Date: 11/03/2018 15:26:00
Suspicious person
1009 Liberty St.



Caller/Complainant: Nick Balsley



Police spoke with the complainant over the phone 
in reference to a suspicious person. The 
complainant advised a male subject came onto 
his property asking about his mail. The male 
subject then left in a chevy hatchback vehicle. 

The complainant was advised to contact police if 
they were spotted.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1231 11 
Date: 11/03/2018 07:52:00
Welfare Check
1013 Liberty St.



Police responded to the 1000 blk of Liberty St. to 
conduct a welfare check. The complainant 
advised that he had just woken up from a coma 
and hasn't heard from his ex-wife whom he does 
not get along with. 

Police attempted to make contact with the ex-wife 
with negative contact.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1230 11 
Date: 11/03/2018 00:33:00
Suspicious person
1247 Highland Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to Highland Ave. for a report of 
a subject knocking on doors. Police checked the 
area but were unable to locate.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1229 11 
Date: 11/02/2018 12:22:00
Disabled vehicle
1500blk SR 9



Caller/Complainant: Det. S. Smith



While on patrol, police drove up on a disabled 
Jeep Cherokee (red) in the 1500blk of SR 9. The 
driver had assistance on scene and police 
assisted with traffic control until the vehicle was 
able to be driven away.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1227 11 
Date: 11/02/2018 10:45:44
Animal complaint
Alchemy Acres



Police received a call from a representative of the 
Humane Society of the United States reference 
several complaints of possible animal abuse in 
Perry Township.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 10:07AM NOVEMBER 5, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1216 10 
Date: 10/29/2018 17:39:00
Property damage accident - Citation Issued
Egypt Rd. at Painter Rd.




Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to Egypt Rd. just south of 
Painter Rd. for a one vehicle accident. A 2007 
International truck, driven by Anthony J. Perry of 
Salem, OH, was northbound on Egypt Rd. when it 
struck a concrete barrier on the east side of the 
roadway flipping the truck onto its side. 

Disabling damage was done to the truck. Perry 
Twp FD was contacted due to diesel fuel and oil 
leaking into a creek. 

Geary's Towing responded and removed the truck 
from the scene. 

Mr. Perry was issued a citation for reasonable 
control.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1215 10 
Date: 10/29/2018 17:34:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
Newgarden Rd./ST RT 45



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders




Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2005 orange 
Dodge Neon on Newgarden Rd and ST RT 45 for 
a marked lanes violation.

Police found the driver, Michael D. King(34), LKA: 
Canton, OH to be driving under a suspended 
license. Mr. King was also found to be under the 
influence of alcohol and was subsequently 
arrested for OVI. 

The passenger of the vehicle, Carl K. Hall(36), 
LKA: Canton, OH was found to have an active 
warrant through Carroll County for FTA: Child 
Support and was subsequently placed into 
custody. 

While conducting an inventory search of the 
vehicle, an open container of alcohol and a 
marijuana pipe were found in the vehicle. 

Kaiser Towing responded on scene to remove the 
vehicle. Both subjects were transported to the 
Perry Twp PD for processing. 

Mr. King was issued a traffic citation for OVI, 
Failure to reinstate, and Marked Lanes as well as 
a MM citation for Open Container. Mr. King was 
released to family members. Mr. Hall was issued 
a MM citation for Drug Paraphernalia and 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Richard Kimble 924





External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1214 10 
Date: 10/29/2018 15:47:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
211 Plymouth Pl




Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble




Officer made on a traffic stop in the driveway of 
211 Plymouth Pl. Officer stopped the vehicle that 
was driven by Anthony Gregory (31) of Salem for 
DUS. Officer had prior knowledge of Mr. Gregory 
being under suspension and ran Mr. Gregory's 
registration to confirm that he was under 
suspension prior to stopping the vehicle. Mr. 
Gregory stopped and parked his vehicle (2006 
Ford F-150) in his driveway. 

Mr. Gregory was cited for DUS (12 point) and his 
vehicle was towed by Davidson's Towing with a 
court release. Mr. Gregory was given a court date 
of 11-02-18 at 0830 hrs in Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Anthony Konders 927






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PUBLISHED 8:00AM OCTOBER 30, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1213 10 
Date: 10/28/2018 19:45:00
Property damage accident - Citation Issued
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Police were dispatched to 1827 S. Lincoln Ave. 
for a 2 car accident non injury. 

Unit 1 operated by Thomas Bennett Jr. age 21 
was sitting at the red light on SR 45 when Unit 2 
operated by Michael Garlough age 17 pulled out 
of Circle K and came to a stop behind Unit 1. Unit 
1 then backed up to assure a semi had enough 
space to make a turn onto SR 45. 

While backing up Mr. Bennett struck Unit 2 
causing minor damage to Unit 2. Police issued a 
citation for improper backing to Mr. Bennett and 
set a court date of 11-08-2018. Both vehicles 
were driven from the scene.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1212 10 
Date: 10/28/2018 18:20:00
Property damage accident
S. Lincoln Ave at the tracks




Police were dispatched to S. Lincoln Ave for a 3 
car accident. Due to the officer already being on a 
call Salem PD was requested to assist Perry 
Township PD. 

Salem PD handled the accident while Perry Twp 
FD directed traffic. Kaiser Towing removed the 
vehicles that were disabled.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department 
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1211 10 
Date: 10/28/2018 18:19:00
Disabled vehicle
1916 S. Lincoln Ave



Police were dispatched to S. Lincoln Ave. near 
Brookdale Senior Living for a vehicle that had lost 
its tire and was in the ditch .

Upon arrival police found the vehicle a Chevy 
Cavalier (red) had lost its driver side front tire and 
was partially on the road . Police directed traffic 
until the vehicle was towed by Davidsons Towing.





Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929


External Agency(s)
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1210 10 
Date: 10/28/2018 17:36:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
S. Lincoln Ave at tracks



Police were dispatched to S. Lincoln Ave at the 
railroad tracks due to the crossing lights being on 
but no train. Police arrived and directed traffic until 
Norfolk advised they were no longer needed. 
Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1209 10 
Date: 10/27/2018 20:12:00
Investigate complaint
1774 St Rt 344



Police were dispatched to the 1700 block of St Rt 
344 for a caller stating she has been hearing 
something that sounded like gunshots for a while. 

Police checked the area from Chestnut Grove rd 
all the way to Cunningham rd and were unable to 
hear anything. Police cleared the call without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1208 10 
Date: 10/27/2018 13:39:00
Vehicle Lock Out
2198 N. Ellsworth Ave.




Police were advised of a vehicle lockout at the 
Perry Twp. Administration building. Salem PD was 
contacted to gain entry into the vehicle.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1207 10 
Date: 10/27/2018 08:54:00
Burglary
McKinney's Furniture




Police responded to McKinney's Furniture on E. 
Pidgeon Rd. for a report of a burglary. Police 
gathered information and took photos of damage 
to the property.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1206 10 
Date: 10/26/2018 09:45:48
Property damage accident - Citation Issued
S. Lincoln Ave @ SR 45 Bypass



Police responded to a minor 2 vehicle accident in 
the 1800 Blk of S. Lincoln Ave. 

Unit #1 operated Melissa J Pelton age 31 who 
was traveling north on S. Lincoln Ave. when she 
failed to see Unit # 2 operated by Judith K 
Shaughnessy age 21 who was stopped in traffic. 
Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 from behind causing minor 
damage to both vehicles. 

Police issued a citation to Mrs . Pelton for ACDA 
and set a court case of 10-05-18 both vehicles 
driven from the scene.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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PUBLISHED 9:30AM OCTOBER 29, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1199 10 
Date: 10/24/2018 18:07:00
Theft
1264 Elberon Ave.




Caller/Complainant: William Jones 



Police responded to the 1200 block of Elberon 
Ave. for a theft report. The homeowner advised 
someone is stealing firewood from the back of 
their property. 

The complainant was advised to contact police if 
they were the hear or see anything.





Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1197 10 
Date: 10/24/2018 16:09:00
Civil Complaint
621 E. Pidgeon Road




Police spoke to a male subject and a female 
subject, via the telephone, who reported that they 
are currently going through a divorce and are 
having issues with the martial property. 

Both parties were advised that the matter was civil 
and to speak with their respective legal counsel 
regarding the matter.





Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1204 10 
Date: 10/25/2018 19:47:00
Medical
1276 Andrew Ave.




Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Andrew Ave. for a male that believed he was 
having a heart attack. 

Upon arrival police were able to make contact 
with the male who was able to speak with police 
and stated he was having tightness in his chest. 
Perry Township FD and KLG both arrived and 
took over. 

The male was transported to Salem Regional.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1203 10 
Date: 10/25/2018 16:29:00
Assist other unit
965 Elberon Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Child Services



Police were requested by Child Services to stand 
by at the 900 block of Elberon Ave. while they 
made contact with the homeowner. Child services 
were able to conduct their business without any 
issues. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




External Agency(s)
CSB - Columbiana Coutny Children Services




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1202 10 
Date: 10/25/2018 14:25:00
Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR 344 at Cunningham Rd.




Police responded to the intersection of SR 344 at 
Cunningham Rd. for a two vehicle accident with 
injuries. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2008 Chevrolet 
Silverado (Black) driven by Joseph P. Winkler (62) 
of Salem, OH, 44460 was driving eastbound on 
SR 344 approaching the intersection and struck a 
1999 Ford F-350 (Red) driven by Derrick V. Martin 
(39) of Lisbon, OH, 44432 who pulled from the 
stop sign southbound on Cunningham Rd. 

Mr. Martin was issued a citation for Failure to 
Yield from a Stop Sign and given a court date of 
11-1-2018 at 8:30 am to appear in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.

The Chevrolet Silverado sustained moderate 
damage and was driven from the scene. 

The Ford F -350 sustained disabling damage and 
was driven from the scene by Rankin's towing. 
Subjects were treated at the scene by KLG 
ambulance personnel and released.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Curtis Hetherington 929




External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1201 10 
Date: 10/25/2018 06:45:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Arrest Made
US 62/SR 45 Interchange



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



While observing traffic on US 62/SR 45 
Interchange, Police witnessed a silver 2000 
Mitsubishi 2D drive off the dead end of the 
bypass. Police made contact with the 
operator/owner, Michael D. Smith(32), LKA: 
Youngstown, OH and assisted him up the 
embankment. 

While patting Mr. Smith down for officer safety, 
Police located a glass narcotics pipe on Mr. 
Smith's person. Mr. Smith was subsequently 
placed into custody for Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia. 

Davidson's responded on scene to remove the 
vehicle from the wooded area. KLG responded to 
check Mr. Smith for injuries. Mr. Smith was 
transported to the Perry Twp. PD for processing 
before being taken to the Columbiana County jail.





Officer(s)
Konders Anthony 927
Jordan Reynolds 923




External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1200 10 
Date: 10/25/2018 06:11:00
Assist other unit
Train tracks near S. Lincoln Ave.




Caller/Complainant: Salem PD




Police were asked by Salem PD to assist with 
checking the area of S. Lincoln Ave and Snyder 
Rd. for a suicidal female. Police searched the 
area but were unable to locate.





Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1198 10 
Date: 10/24/2018 17:24:00
Domestic complaint - Arrest Made
621 W. Pidgeon Road



Police responded to the 600blk of W. Pidgeon 
Road for a report of a domestic dispute. 

Police arrived on scene and after investigation, 
subsequently arrested Daniel Kevin Clark (52) of 
621 W. Pidgeon Road, for domestic violence. 

Mr. Clark was taken into custody without incident 
and transported to the Columbiana County Jail to 
await his court appearance on 10/25/2018 in 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.





Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1196 10 
Date: 10/24/2018 09:51:00
Traffic jam/road blocked
Pop Jackson's



Police responded to the 200blk of Benton Road 
for a report of vehicle partially parked on the 
roadway. Police checked the area and did not find 
any vehicles blocking the roadway.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1195 10 
Date: 10/23/2018 23:53:00
Animal complaint
551 Benton Rd.




Police responded to Benton Rd for a report of an 
injured deer on the side of the road. Police 
located the deer and used one round to dispatch 
it.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1194 10 
Date: 10/23/2018 17:13:00
Speak with Officer
366 Stewart Road



Caller/Complainant: Bobby Bernstein



Police responded to the 300blk of Stewart Road 
and spoke with a subject regarding a noise 
ordinance. Complainant stated that their son had 
been riding a motorcycle earlier in the evening, 
when a neighbor came out of the house and 
yelled at their child for riding the bike with a 
slightly loud exhaust. 

Complainant was explained the noise ordinance 
and advised to possibly keep away from the 
neighbors residence to avoid any further issues.





Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Richard Kimble 924






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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1193 10 
Date: 10/23/2018 14:53:45
Parking Complaint
Dead end Elberon



Police spoke to the residents at 1435 Elberon 
reference an ongoing parking complaint from the 
township road department. The male subject was 
advised to have the truck removed from the turn 
around and to park on his own property.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921





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PUBLISHED 10:35AM OCTOBER 26, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1192 10 
Date: 10/22/2018 20:38:00
Welfare Check
1924 Allen Rd


Officer responded to 1924 Allen Rd to check on 
the well being on the homeowners. The 
complainant stated that he has been trying to 
contact his parents but the phone is ringing busy. 

Officers made contact with the homeowners and 
found them to be fine. Officers advised them to 
contact their son. Officers cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1191 10 
Date: 10/22/2018 19:15:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1900 block of N. Lincoln Ave.



Officer received a report of a package sitting near 
the roadway in the 1900 block of N. Lincoln Ave. 
Officer checked the area and found an air filter 
lying next to the road. Officer disposed of the air 
filter.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1190 10 
Date: 10/22/2018 20:22:10
Animal complaint
US 62 4 lane, OH 44460




Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officer responded to a report of a hurt deer lying 
next to the road. Officer located an injured deer in 
the grass on the south side of US 62 4 lane. 
Officer dispatched the deer and it was retrieved 
by a known male for processing.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1189 10 
Date: 10/22/2018 14:13:50
Property damage hit-skip
Benton RD @ 45/62 Bypass



Police spoke with complainant Gary Alkire of S. 
Lincoln Ave in Salem, Mr. Alkire states that while 
he was traveling east on Benton RD (SR14) 
approaching the traffic light a silver vehicle with a 
female operator turned in front of him causing him 
to strike the car. The vehicle failed to stop and 
continued south on 45/62 bypass. 

Photos taken of the damage to the passenger 
side front bumper along with a report number for 
his insurance company.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1188 10 
Date: 10/22/2018 13:52:00
Animal complaint
967 Georgetown Road



Police were requested in the 900blk of 
Georgetown Road to assist with traffic control until 
two horses could be located and placed back in 
the their respective stables. Police cleared once 
the animals were corralled.





Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1187 10 
Date: 10/22/2018 13:27:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
US 62-SR 45 @ SR 14-Benton Road




Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh



Female complainant responded to the Perry 
Township Police STORIES to report a semi tractor 
trailer that lost its load at the intersection of SR 
14-Benton Road @ US62-SR 45. 

Police checked the area and located the vehicle 
off of the roadway on US 62-SR 45 securing the 
items. No items were located on the roadway.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Michael Emigh 921





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1186 10 
Date: 10/22/2018 10:40:00
Investigate complaint
900 Blk of Pidgeon Road




Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh



Police observed that 4 tires had been dumped on 
Pidgeon Road and been placed against the 
guardrail.





Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1185 10 
Date: 10/22/2018 10:37:00
Vandalism
Hearthside Drive



Caller/Complainant: Chief Emigh



Police observed that a construction sign had been 
knocked over sometime during the evening hours. 
Contact was made with the company.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921





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PUBLISHED 8:50AM OCTOBER 23, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1183 10 
Date: 10/21/2018 12:31:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 344 at Cunningham Rd.



Police responded to the intersection of SR 344 at 
Cunningham Rd. for a reported two vehicle 
accident. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2008 Mazda 3 
(Black) driven by a juvenile male was westbound 
on SR 344 and was struck by a 2006 Chrysler 
Town & Country (Silver) driven by, Byron E. 
Surgeon (77) of Lisbon, OH, 44432 who failed to 
yield after a stop. 

Mr. Surgeon was issued a citation for Failure to 
Yield after a Stop and given a court date of 11-1-
18 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. 

Both vehicles sustained disabling damage and 
were driven from the scene. No injuries were 
reported.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1182 10 
Date: 10/21/2018 00:50:00
Welfare Check
1129 W. Perry Street, #202



Police responded to the 1100 Block of W. Perry 
for a welfare check. Police made contact with the 
subjects and found everything to be ok.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1181 10 
Date: 10/21/2018 00:17:00
Felony warrant - Arrest Made
1770 Painter Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z Sanford



Police responded to the above address for an 
individual with an active arrest warrant out of 
Columbiana County. 

Upon arrival police spoke with an individual inside 
the residence and it was advised that the 
individual with the warrant was there . 
Subsequently police arrested Samantha L. 
Morgan (25) of Salem Ohio, on a possession of 
drugs warrant. Morgan was taken into custody 
and transported back to the Perry Twp. police 
station to await a county deputy. 

Upon the deputy's arrival Miss Morgan was 
transferred into his custody and police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Jonathan Smith 928




External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1180 10 
Date: 10/20/2018 22:22:00
Investigate complaint
Egypt Rd. Cry Baby Bridge



Police were dispatched to Cry Baby Bridge on 
Egypt road for a caller stating there was a noose 
hanging from the bridge and wanted it removed. 
Police were able to locate and remove the noose. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1179 10 
Date: 10/20/2018 21:51:00
Felony warrant - Arrest Made
398 Springdale Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Hetherington



Police conducted a warrant check at the above 
address, police were able to make contact with 
Christian Dowdy age 22 after checking through 
the CCSO it was confirmed that Christian Dowdy 
did have an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. 

The subject was placed under arrest and 
transported to jail.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Curtis Hetherington 929





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1178 10 
Date: 10/20/2018 17:05:00
Juvenile complaint
1505 Depot rd



Police conducted a well being check on a male at 
the above address due to a situation that occurred 
on Salem Talk on Facebook yesterday. 

After conducting the check police found a juvenile 
who claimed he was 18 to the homeowner and 
stated he needed a place to stay. After gathering 
all information police found the subject to be a 
juvenile that had ran away from his house in 
Youngstown. 

Police contacted the parents of the juvenile and 
the child was released to his parents.





Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1177 10 
Date: 10/20/2018 16:24:00
Assist other unit
109 Blossom ln



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were dispatched to Blossom Nursing home 
to check if a female was at the business visiting 
family for Salem Police Department. Police were 
able to make contact with the female and advised 
her to stop in or call the Salem Police Department 
.

Police cleared the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1176 10 
Date: 10/20/2018 12:28:00
Welfare Check
817 E. Pine Lake Rd.



Police were asked to do a welfare check at the 
above listed address. Police made contact with 
the subjects and found everything to be ok.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1175 10 
Date: 10/20/2018 02:32:00
Wants/Warrants check
398 Springdale St.




Caller/Complainant: Ptl Sanford



Police responded to the above address to attempt 
a warrant arrest out of Columbiana County. Upon 
arrival police made negative contact with the 
subject and cleared.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1173 10 
Date: 10/19/2018 20:04:00
Juvenile complaint
965 Elberon Ave.




Police were dispatched to the 900 block of 
Elberon Ave. for a juvenile that snuck out of the 
house. Police later found the child at the Shell gas 
station in Salem.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1174 10 
Date: 10/19/2018 21:03:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Cunningham rd




Police were dispatched to Cunningham rd for a 
tree in the roadway. Upon arrival police checked 
the area and were unable to locate a tree down 
anywhere on Cunningham rd. Police cleared the 
call without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1172 10 
Date: 10/19/2018 18:58:00
Welfare Check
817 W. Pine Lake Rd



Caller/Complainant: Anthony Dailey




The complainant came on station requesting a 
welfare check on Chelsea Faloba and her child at 
817 W. Pine Lake Rd. The complainant stated 
that he went over to the residence to check on 
them after his girlfriend could not contact Chelsea. 

Officers responded to the residence but found no 
one at home .

A report was faxed to Children Services.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1171 10 
Date: 10/19/2018 14:37:00
Animal complaint
1834 Allen Road



Caller/Complainant: Matthew Jones



Complainant from the 1800blk of Allen Road 
requested to speak with an officer regarding 
issues with a groundhog. 

Complainant was advised of the regulations with 
discharging a weapon in the township to dispatch 
an animal.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1170 10 
Date: 10/19/2018 07:20:00
Property damage accident
New Garden Ave near SR 45



Police responded to the area of New Garden Ave 
near SR 9 for a reported car vs deer accident. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2016 Dodge Dart 
(Grey) driven by, John E. Kirchgessner (59) of 
Salem, OH, 44460 was southbound on New 
Garden Ave and struck a deer. The vehicle 
sustained minor damage and was driven from the 
scene.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1169 10 
Date: 10/19/2018 04:34:00
Assist other unit
Super USA



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Perry Twp. Police was requested to assist Salem 
PD at the above location for an alarm drop. While 
enroot Salem PD advised to cancel the assist.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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PUBLISHED 10:33AM OCTOBER 22, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1164 10 
Date: 10/16/2018 19:44:04
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
1722 Gohen Rd



Caller/Complainant: Daniel Glesta



The complainant called wanting his girlfriend 
removed from the property. The complainant 
stated that Bobbi Crookston showed up at the 
residence intoxicated and is banging on the door. 
Officers arrived and found that the complainant let 
Ms. Crookston into the residence. Officers found 
that Ms. Crookston was intoxicated but resides at 
the residence. 

The complainant stated that he just does not want 
to fight with Ms. Crookston. Ms. Crookston 
willingly left the residence to avoid any further 
problems for the evening. Ms. Crookston's Aunt 
came to the residence to pick Ms. Crookston up 
for the evening.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1163 10 
Date: 10/16/2018 19:40:10
Recovered property
Salem PD



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD




Officer responded to Salem PD for recovered 
property. Officer collected a wallet belonging to 
Danny Shultz that was turned into the Salem PD 
by a women that found the wallet in the 1900 
block of Cunningham Rd.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1162 10 
Date: 10/16/2018 16:16:00
Domestic complaint
1129 W. Perry Street, #4



Caller/Complainant: Kyle Hafkin



Police responded to the 1100blk of W. Perry 
Street for a report of a possible domestic. Officers 
arrived on scene and spoke to both parties 
involved and found that the incident was only 
verbal. Complainant reported that he and his 
mother got into a shouting match, due to the fact 
that there was no food in the apartment and that 
his mother had purchased alcohol instead of food. 

Complainant was found to be an adult and 
advised to possibly purchase his own food if he 
was hungry. Both parties were advised of the 
consequences if police had to return.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1160 10 
Date: 10/16/2018 08:18:44
Traffic jam/road blocked
W. State


Caller/Complainant: Bob Sinsley



Police advised of a disabled vehicle outside the 
township on W. State and that Sinsley's towing 
was in route. Police stood bye for traffic control 
until the vehicle could be removed.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1159 10 
Date: 10/15/2018 22:54:00
Prowlers
2280 Allen Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Dixie Young



Police were dispatched to the above address for a 
prowler report. It was advised from the 
complainant that she thinks someone was trying 
to get inside of her house. Upon arrival police 
checked the exterior of the complainants house to 
see if anyone was in the area. 

Police found no one and also noticed no fresh 
footprints on the deck or in the grass. Police 
advised the complainant that if she hears anything 
further to contact the police and that we would 
respond back and check it out.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Channing Hank 926
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1158 10 
Date: 10/15/2018 12:25:56
Speak with Officer
1133 Prospect, #16A


Jarrod Richter



Complainant on station to report that his ex 
girlfriend refuses to give him there 2 year old 
daughter to him for visitation. The complainant 
sates that he has a court ordered visitation and 
the female refuses to abide by the agreement. 

The complainant wishes to have a complaint on 
file and will contact his lawyer about the incident.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1157 10 
Date: 10/15/2018 08:01:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
400 Block W. Pidgeon



Police called to a 2 vehicle accident in the 400 blk 
of W. Pidgeon ( 45 bypass) Unit # 1 operated by 
Dylan A Morrow age 20 of Minerva who was 
traveling west on the bypass when he failed to 
see Unit # 2 operated by Amy Stratton age 35 of 
Lisbon. who was stopped for traffic also heading 
west on W. Pidgeon. 

Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 from behind causing 
disabling damage to Unit # 1 and minor damage 
to Unit # 2. 

Police cited Mr. Morrow for Assured Clear 
Distance Ahead and set a court date of 10-22-18. 
No injuries reported and Unit # 1 was towed from 
the scene by Sinsley's towing. Unit # 2 driven 
from the scene.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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PUBLISHED 10:45AM OCTOBER 17, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1156 10 
Date: 10/14/2018 00:46:00
Threats or harassment
621 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Michelle Clark



Female complainant responded to the police 
station to file a complaint of harassment. It was 
advised from the complainant that her and her 
husband are going through a divorce and that he's 
been posting stuff about her via social media. 

Police obtained a written statement from the 
complainant and also obtained a printout of what 
her husband had said. Police advised the 
complainant the possibly of a protection order and 
how to obtain one. Police also advised to the 
complainant to cease all contact with her husband 
by blocking him on all sources. 

Police then responded to the husbands address 
and advised him the same, to have no further 
contact with the complainant. Both individuals 
advised that is what they would do. 

Police advised that the incident would be sent to 
the county prosecutor for review. The complainant 
understood.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1155 10 
Date: 10/13/2018 23:37:00
Welfare Check
621 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Michelle Clark



Police responded to the above address to check 
on the complainants daughter. Upon arrival to the 
residence police spoke with the daughter who 
advised she was fine. Police cleared without 
incident.





Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1154 10 
Date: 10/13/2018 10:27:00
Abandoned vehicle
142 Lake Ave.



Police responded to the 100 block of Lake Ave. 
for a report of an abandoned vehicle. The vehicle 
was parked on private property blocking the gate 
to a business. The owner of the business 
requested the vehicle be removed. Davidsons 
Towing responded and removed the vehicle.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1153 10 
Date: 10/13/2018 08:54:00
Traffic jam/road blocked
Depot Rd. at SR 45, OH



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Hank


While on patrol police observed the traffic light at 
Depot Rd. and SR 45 to be flashing red. ODOT 
was contacted and was responding to fix the 
issue.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1152 10 
Date: 10/12/2018 23:25:00
Juvenile complaint
Salem Acres



Citation Issued


Police were dispatched to the area of 1133 
prospect to look for a vehicle owned by the 
complainant. She advised that her 16 year old 
grandson was driving the vehicle without a license 
it was advised he has a temp permit only. 

Upon arrival to 1133 Prospect the vehicle was 
there and police made contact with the grandson 
and asked him how he got to where he was and 
he stated/admitted he drove. Police explained to 
him that since he only has a temp permit that he 
needed to have a licensed driver in the vehicle 
with him. 

Due to the juvenile not having a licensed driver in 
the vehicle with him police issued the juvenile a 
citation for Temp Permit Violation and Juvenile 
offender and advised him and his grandmother 
that the Columbiana County Juvenile Court would 
be contacting him and his grandmother to set up a 
court date.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1151 10 
Date: 10/12/2018 20:12:00
Suspicious person
SR 45 near golf club



Police were dispatched to SR 45 near the Golf 
Club after being advised there was a person 
laying in the ditch and another person standing 
beside them. Police checked the area twice and 
were not able to make contact with anyone. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1150 10 
Date: 10/12/2018 00:04:00
Traffic offense
1700 Blk of S. Lincoln Ave.
Citation Issued


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford



Perry Twp. Police conducted a traffic stop on a 
Purple 2012 Nissan Rouge in the 1700 Blk of S. 
Lincoln Ave. owned/operated by Katelind Wilson 
out of East Liverpool Ohio for an equipment 
violation (1 Headlight). Upon speaking with the 
driver/owner police asked if a search the vehicle 
could be done and the driver did give consent to 
search the vehicle. While searching, police found 
no illegal drugs but did locate an unopened 12 
pack of Twisted Tea which was confiscated by 
Perry Twp. Police and properly disposed of due to 
the owner and all occupants being below the legal 
drinking age, also police did not observe any 
indicators of intoxication, or any odor of alcohol 
use coming from the registered owner or the 
occupant's . 

Ms Wilson was cited for having only one 
headlight. Wilson was given a court date of 
October 23, 2018 at the CCMC. 

Police issued citation and cleared the scene 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1149 10 
Date: 10/11/2018 19:55:00
Assist other unit
766 Southeast Blvd



Caller/Complainant: Salem Pd



Police were requested at the 700 block of 
Southeast Blvd. to assist Salem Police 
Department on the apprehension of a subject that 
was wanted by Columbiana Police Department. 
Police were able to make contact with the 
individual and Salem PD was able to place the 
subject in custody. 

Police were able to clear the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1148 10 
Date: 10/11/2018 13:04:00
Civil Complaint
1523 Madison Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Constance Bennett, Kirtland, 
OH



Police responded to the 1500blk of Madison Ave. 
and spoke to the complainant who advised that 
they reside out of town and was checking on a 
rental property and found that part of what they 
believed was their property, had survey stakes 
marking it, and the grass had been cut. Police 
spoke with the neighbor who resides in the 
1500blk State Blvd., who advised they owned the 
property. 

Complainant was advised to have her property 
surveyed and speak with their legal counsel for 
further advice, due to the matter being civil in 
nature.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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PUBLISHED 11:05AM OCTOBER 15, 2018
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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1145 10 
Date: 10/09/2018 20:03:00
Investigate complaint
Blossom Nursing Home



Police responded to the 100 block of Blossom 
Lane in reference to a possible problem with an 
employee. The manager just wanted a report on 
file at this time.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1144 10 
Date: 10/09/2018 15:35:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
910 Somerset Dr., #B



Caller/Complainant: Shirley Bush



Salem PD received a call from Key Bank stating 
that one of their customers was scammed and 
she now is enroute to their office. Officer 
responded to Salem PD to talk with the female. 
The female never arrived at Salem PD. Officer 
found the complainant at the Perry Twp PD. 

Officer found that the complainant received a 
phone call from an unknown caller stating that 
they were from the IRS. The unknown caller 
wanted a large amount of money and wanted the 
complainant to purchase prepaid credit cards from 
either the Dollar General or Speedway. The 
unknown caller then would come to her house in 
the morning .

The complainant did end up withdrawing $1,000 
out of her account but did not purchase any cards. 
The complainant also received at least 3 phone 
calls on her cell from the unknown caller (760-
678-5574) reminding her to purchase the cards.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1143 10 
Date: 10/09/2018 08:33:00
Traffic detail
1600 Blk of N.Lincoln



Caller/Complainant:  Chief Emigh



Police assisted the Township Road Department 
with traffic control on N. Lincoln Ave while they 
removed down branches from last weeks storm.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1142 10 
Date: 10/08/2018 23:26:00
Assist other unit
Speedway Gas Station



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were asked by Salem PD to assist with a 
suspicious male at Speedway gas station. The 
suspicious male subject left the business prior to 
Police arrival.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1141 10 
Date: 10/08/2018 10:57:00
Medical
1971 Countryside Dr.



Officer responded to a report of a medical call at 
1971 Countryside Dr. Officer arrived and found 
that a female had fallen causing an injury to her 
hip. Female was transported to the Salem ER for 
medical treatment.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1140 10 
Date: 10/07/2018 09:40:00
Property Damage
231 Plymouth Place




Police responded to the 200 block of Plymouth 
Place for a report of property damage. The 
homeowner advised a tree, in the back yard of a 
vacant house, fell onto their shed. Photos were 
taken and the owner was advised to contact their 
insurance company.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1139 10 
Date: 10/06/2018 16:53:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
W. State St./Idaho Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police conducted a traffic stop on W. State St. and 
Idaho Ave. on a black 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier for 
white lights in the rear. Police made contact with 
the owner/operator of the vehicle, Mackenzie R. 
Orin(26), LKA: E. Liverpool, OH, and found her to 
be operating the vehicle with a suspended 
license. 

Police identified the front passenger as Charles R. 
Courtney III (33), LKA: Salem, OH and discovered 
him not to be wearing his seat belt. 

Davidson's towing responded to remove the 
vehicle from the roadway. Ms. Orin was issued a 
citation for DUS: Twelve Point Suspension and 
White Lights in the Rear and Mr. Courntey was 
issued a citation for Seat Belt Required.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1138 10 
Date: 10/06/2018 09:43:00
Vandalism
Egypt Rd. @ E. Pine Lake Rd.




Police spoke with the owner of the property at 
Egypt Rd. and E. Pine Lake Rd. He advised 
sometime in the early morning hours someone 
had cut the locks off the gates to the bridge. Both 
gates were open. The owner just wanted a report 
on file and an extra watch.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1137 10 
Date: 10/06/2018 02:18:00
Suspicious vehicle
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious vehicle report. It was advised from the 
clerk that the vehicle was at the pumps for over 
an hour and was unsure if anyone was even in 
the vehicle. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the operator of the 
vehicle who advised she was just talking to 
someone there at the gas station. The individual 
advised police that she would be leaving. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925






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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1136 10 
Date: 10/05/2018 19:02:00
Animal complaint
1218 W. Perry St.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police located a loose dog on W. Perry St. Police 
attempted to make contact with the owner of the 
dog but were unable to. Police barricaded the dog 
on the patio and cleared.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1135 10 
Date: 10/05/2018 16:12:00
Noise Complaint
919 Somerset Drive, #A



Caller/Complainant: Gabriel Mraz


Police responded to the 900blk of Somerset Drive 
for a report of loud music. Police located the 
source at a public farm market and spoke to the 
DJ who turned down the music and turned the 
direction of the speakers so not to point in the 
direction of the residents. Police also spoke with 
the complainant and advised them of the same.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1134 10 
Date: 10/04/2018 22:46:00
Disabled vehicle
Depot rd



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were advised by Salem PD that they were 
flagged down and notified that there was a vehicle 
stuck in a field on Depot rd .

Upon arrival police noticed that the vehicle was 
just outside of Perry Township jurisdiction and 
assisted the CCSO. The female stated that her 
vehicle had ran out of gas and she coasted it into 
and entrance way of a field off of the roadway. 
She stated that if she could not get the vehicle 
started she would have it towed. 

The vehicle was not a hazard and did no damage 
to property .

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1133 10 
Date: 10/04/2018 18:02:00
Animal complaint
1271 W State st



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of W. 
State St. for a dog that was stuck under a fence. 
Upon arrival police met with a neighbor who 
stated it looked like the neighbors dog was stuck 
under the fence in the back yard and was yelping 
and barking .

Police found the dog to be fine and no injuries. 
Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1132 10 
Date: 10/04/2018 16:28:00
Reckless Operator
SR 45 at Depot Rd.



Caller/Complainant: OH-53




Police responded to the area of SR 45 near Depot 
Rd. for a reported reckless operator. Police 
conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and 
question and spoke to the operator who was 
found to not be impaired but admitted to putting 
on makeup while they were driving.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1131 10 
Date: 10/04/2018 16:15:00
Assist other unit
1722 Goshen Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the 1700 blk of Goshen Rd. 
to assist the Salem Police Dept. with making 
contact with a subject. 

Upon arrival police knocked on the door for 
several minutes with negative contact.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1130 10 
Date: 10/04/2018 04:27:00
Prowlers
Liberty St.



Police responded to Liberty St for a report of a 
prowler. Police searched the area along with 
Salem PD who received similar calls but were 
unable to locate.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1130 10 
Date: 10/04/2018 04:27:00
Prowlers
Liberty St.



Police responded to Liberty St for a report of a 
prowler. Police searched the area along with 
Salem PD who received similar calls but were 
unable to locate.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1129 10 
Date: 10/03/2018 20:06:00
Animal complaint
220 Springdale St.



Caller/Complainant: Paulini, Mike




Police responded to the 200 blk of Spingdale St. 
for a reported animal complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
who wanted information about the leash law in 
Perry Twp. The complainant advised that their 
dog was attacked by a neighbors dog while their 
dog was sitting in it's yard. The complainant 
advised that they don't believe the dog was 
injured, but would check the dog further tomorrow 
to see if any treatment is needed.
 
Police checked the area for the neighbor and the 
neighbors dog but were unable to locate anyone.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1128 10 
Date: 10/03/2018 14:26:24
Investigate complaint
SR 45 South



Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Police advised to check the area of State Route 
45. (S. Lincoln Ave.) for a flat bed truck hauling a 
car with a large amount of smoke coming from it. 

Police checked the area for several minutes and 
was unable to locate the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1127 10 
Date: 10/03/2018 11:12:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 14-Benton Road, East of Allen Road



Caller/Complainant: Det. S. Smith



While on patrol in the area of SR 14-Benton Road 
near Allen Road, police drove up on a disabled 
1999 Pontiac Sunfire (bronze) owned/operated by 
Allison Moore (23) of 624 E. Perry Street, Salem, 
that was partially on the roadway. 

Police assisted with pushing the vehicle out of the 
traffic way until AAA responded a short time later 
and removed the vehicle.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1126 10 
Date: 10/03/2018 10:25:00
Alarm drop
1637 N. Lincoln Ave.



Police responded to the 1600blk of N. Lincoln Ave 
for a report of a residential alarm. Police arrived 
on scene and found that the attorney for the 
estate was at the residence and accidentally set 
the alarm off.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921 
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1125 10 
Date: 10/03/2018 10:11:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
1860 SR 9



Dee Saltsman



Complainant from the 1800blk of SR 9, responded 
to the Perry Township Police Department to report 
that their Citizens on line banking account had 
been compromised for $3,516.32, by an unknown 
person sometime around 09/28/2018 in the form 
of a fraudulent check that was cashed with a 
forged signature. 

Complainant requested a report of the incident to 
provide to their lending institution.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1124 10 
Date: 10/02/2018 18:16:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1257 Highland East Ave



Officer responded to a tree and wires down on 
Highland East Ave. Officer found that a tree from 
the corner of Highland West and Highland East 
was damaged during the storm and fell on the 
power lines. 

Officer spoke with the homeowner at 1257 
Highland East Ave and he advised that his garage 
sustained damage from the line being pulled from 
his garage. Ohio Edison responded to the scene.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1123 10 
Date: 10/02/2018 18:14:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
S. Lincoln Ave @ Railroad crossing



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officer responded to the railroad crossing on S. 
Lincoln Ave for a report of damage to the gates. 
Officer arrived and found one side of the railroad 
crossing gate broke off with a lot of lying water on 
the road and tracks. 

Officer stood by for traffic control until Norfolk 
Southern could repair the gate.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1122 10 
Date: 10/02/2018 17:09:00
Investigate complaint
1000blk Elberon Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Steven Troyer



Complainant from the 1000blk of Elberon Ave., 
contracted police after observing a male subject 
walk into a wooded area with a small child. 

Police located the the small child and male 
subject at their residence in the 800blk of 
Georgetown Road. It was found that the father 
and his son were just walking through the woods, 
instead of the busy roadway. Complainant was 
advised.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1120 10 
Date: 10/02/2018 08:19:00
Traffic jam/road blocked
West Bound 14 F



Police called reference a large piece of wood or 
cement in the west bound lane of the 4 lane. 
Police located a large foam seat on the road and 
removed it.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1119 10 
Date: 10/01/2018 20:03:00
Fight
Circle K South
1827 S. Lincoln Ave



Officers responded to Circle K South for a 
reported fight. Officers were advised before 
arriving that two of the females left in a White 
Ford Explorer. 

Officers found the White Ford and the two 
females responded back to the store. Statements 
were taken from witnesses and all parties 
involved. Pictures were also taken of the two 
females that were fighting. 

Matter is under investigation.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1118 10 
Date: 10/01/2018 00:40:00
Suspicious person
1807 Goshen Rd.



Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious person report. It was advised that a 
male subject was seen in dark clothing on a 
skateboard. 

Police checked the area along with other streets 
in the area making negative contact with anybody 
on a skateboard. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1113 09 
Date: 09/29/2018 14:37:00
Parking Complaint
Lake Ave



Police were dispatched to Lake Ave. for a 
complaint about people parking on the road. Upon 
arrival police were able to drive up and down the 
road with no issue. Police cleared the call without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1117 09 
Date: 09/29/2018 23:10:00
Assist other unit
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Police were asked by Post 15 to assist with a 
traffic stop on S. Lincoln Ave. Police stood by until 
they were no longer needed.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1116 09 
Date: 09/29/2018 21:47:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
SR45 at Dairy King



Police conducted a traffic stop on a Red 2007 
Chrysler Sebring owned/operated Carter J. Rose 
(22) of Salem, Ohio for expired registration. 

Upon speaking with the driver/owner police asked 
if a search of the vehicle could be done. The 
driver was unsure if he wanted police to search 
the vehicle. Police asked if anything was in the 
vehicle and Mr. Rose stated he had Marijuana in 
the center console. 

Police had Mr. Rose step out of the vehicle and a 
search was conducted. Mr. Rose was cited for 
Possession of a controlled substance (Marijuana) 
which is a minor misdemeanor and was also cited 
for expired registration and driving under a drug 
suspension. 

Mr. Rose was given a mandatory court 
appearance date of October 2, 2018 at the 
CCMC. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Curtis Hetherington 929





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1115 09 
Date: 09/29/2018 20:05:00
Reckless Operator
SR45



Caller/Complainant:  OSP



Police were notified by OSP about a reckless 
driver coming into town from SR 45 near Kent 
State Salem. Police made contact with the vehicle 
which was driving with its 4 way flashers on. The 
driver stated the flashers were on because the tail 
lights were not working on the vehicle. There was 
no impairment with the driver. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1114 09 
Date: 09/29/2018 18:06:00
911 hang-up
1288 W. Perry st


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of W. 
Perry st for a 911 hang up call. Upon arrival police 
spoke with a juvenile who stated he accidentally 
pocket dialed while he was playing air hockey with 
his sister. Police cleared the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1112 09 
Date: 09/29/2018 11:11:00
Property Damage
Plibrico Co.
1729 S. Lincoln Ave



Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln 
Ave for a report of yard damage done by subjects 
parking in the grass during a residential auction. 
Minor damage was done, the property owner 
wished to have a report on file for any further 
damages.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1110 09 
Date: 09/28/2018 23:12:00
Disabled vehicle
Depot Rd.



Police responded to the above area for a disabled 
vehicle on the side of the road. Police checked 
the area all the way to the Twp. limits making 
negative contact with any disabled vehicle. Police 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1108 09 
Date: 09/28/2018 17:47:00
Reckless Operator
S. Lincoln Ave at E. Pidgeon Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the area of E. Pidgeon Rd. 
near S. Lincoln Ave for a reported reckless 
operation of a motor vehicle.

Upon arrival police found that a 2000 Ford F-150 
(Silver) driven by a male juvenile of Salem, OH, 
44460 spun his tires while pulling away from a 
green light and threw gravel all over the vehicle 
behind him, a 2013 Toyota (White) Sandrae L. 
Banar (49) of Salem, OH, 44440. The vehicle 
sustained very minor damage and was driven 
from the scene.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1107 09 
Date: 09/28/2018 06:48:00
Reckless Operator
US 62 @ the 4-lane



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem PD reported a reckless driver in the area of 
US 62 and the 4-lane. Police checked the area 
west to the interchange and along US62/45 for a 
vehicle matching the description that was given. 
Police were unable to locate the vehicle and 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1106 09 
Date: 09/27/2018 22:55:00
Animal complaint
1573 Grant Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Henry Mills



Police responded to the above address for an 
animal complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that he believes someone shot one 
of his sisters cats. The complainant did show 
police the animal and it did appear to have an 
unknown injury on it that caused its death. 

Police asked if they have heard any gunshots in 
the area and it was stated that they have heard 
anything .

Police advised the complainant a report would be 
on file and to for now on keep their cats inside. No 
suspects was reported at the time of the incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1107 09 
Date: 09/28/2018 06:48:00
Reckless Operator
US 62 @ the 4-lane


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem PD reported a reckless driver in the area of 
US 62 and the 4-lane. Police checked the area 
west to the interchange and along US62/45 for a 
vehicle matching the description that was given. 
Police were unable to locate the vehicle and 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1105 09 
Date: 09/27/2018 22:55:57
Suspicious person
Circle K
1827 S Lincoln Ave



Police were dispatched to Circle K 1800 block of 
S Lincoln Ave in Salem for a male subject passed 
out in a running car in front of the business. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the male 
identified as Eric McFarland (39) of Lisbon, OH 
44432. After trying for several minutes to awaken 
the male police were able to do so. 

Subject was arrested and cited for physical 
control and given a court date of 10-02-2018 at 
8:30 am. 

Sinsley's towing removed the vehicle from the 
scene.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1104 09 
Date: 09/27/2018 19:13:00
Trespassing Complaint
441 Benton Rd



Caller/Complainant: Kathy Greathouse



Officers responded to possible trespassing at 441 
Benton Rd. 

Officers arrived and spoke with the complainant. 
The complainant stated that people could possibly 
be in the residence at 441 Benton Rd. 

Officers along with the complainant checked the 
residence. The complainant stated after walking 
around the residence that she did not think 
anyone got inside of the residence. The 
complainant seen the screen door to the 
basement open from her house and thought 
someone might have broke back into the 
residence. 

Officers cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1103 09 
Date: 09/27/2018 05:16:00
Welfare Check
1301 Pembrooke Dr., #D



Police responded to Pembrooke Dr. for a welfare 
check on a male subject making suicidal threats. 

Police pink slipped the male subject to Salem 
Regional for a psych evaluation. The subjects 
firearms were turned over voluntarily for safety 
precautions.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1101 09 
Date: 09/26/2018 12:17:00
Speak with Officer
431 Benton Road


Caller/Complainant: Kathy Greathouse



Police responded to the 400blk of Benton Road 
for a report of possible trespassers inside of a 
rental property, that should be vacant. Police 
arrived on scene and searched the interior of the 
residence and found no one inside, except a cat, 
clothes and garbage. 

Complainant advised that the property is not 
currently rented and that no one should be inside. 
Complainant was advised to secure the residence 
and contact police if anyone was observed in or 
around the property. 

Alchemy Acres responded to the scene and took 
possession of the cat.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1102 09 
Date: 09/26/2018 14:25:00
Burglary
1143 W. Perry Street, #102



Caller/Complainant: William Thomas III



Complainant, from the 1100blk of W. Perry Street, 
responded to the Perry Township Police STORIES 
to report an alleged burglary that occurred 
sometime over the past two weeks. 

Complainant stated that they haven't been at the 
apartment since 09/11/2018, due to the condition 
of the apartment and after entering the apartment 
two days ago, 09/24/2019, found items knocked 
over and missing, according to the complainant. 

Complainant stated that no forced entry was 
made into the apartment.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1100 09 
Date: 09/26/2018 10:52:00
Animal complaint
Alchemy Acres


Police spoke to a female subject, via the 
telephone, who expressed concerns for the 
welfare of two horses that she had turned over to 
Alchemy Acres, who believed they were not being 
properly cared for. 

The female was provided options on what to do 
concerning the animals.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1092 09 
Date: 09/24/2018 17:37:00
Suspicious person
Salem Acres


Caller/Complainant: Erin Nottingham



Police responded to Salem Acres after receiving a 
complainant of a suspicious person near an 
apartment. 

Complainant reported that after arriving home, 
spoke to a neighbor who reported observing a 
white male subject shaking their door handleand 
looking in the windows. Complainant stated that 
the they observed a blue colored Pontiac leaving 
the area shortly after, but did not get a plate.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1091 09 
Date: 09/24/2018 16:32:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
855 W. Pidgeon Rd


Caller/Complainant: Kathy Arter



The complainant reported unauthorized charges 
on her bank account. The complainant, Kathy 
Arter, stated that AT&T made unauthorized 
charges for cell phone activation fees on her 
Consumers Bank account totaling $129.32. 

The complainant stated that she has been in 
contact with AT&T and they have refused to 
reimburse her for the unauthorized charges. The 
complainant now is taking civil action against 
AT&T with the new total being $188.32 which 
includes her civil filing fee.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1090 09 
Date: 09/24/2018 16:29:00
Threats or harassment
231 Plymouth Place



Caller/Complainant: Amanda Larson



Complainant from the 200blk of Plymouth Place, 
responded to the Perry Township Police STORY 
to report receiving harassing mail. Complainant 
stated that on two occasions over the past several 
months, they had received mail from an unknown 
sender, with obscene pictures inside. 

Complainant was provided options of other 
outside agencies to contact to possibly assist.





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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1089 09 
Date: 09/24/2018 14:50:38
Civil Complaint
570 Brittany Lane



Police called to the above location reference a 
landlord tenant dispute, The landlord reporting 
that the tenant has been trashing the residence 
they share. Both parties advised that they need to 
contact their lawyers that it was a civil matter. 

The tenant advised police he would be out within 
the next 36 hours. Photos taken of the damage to 
the residence.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1088 09 
Date: 09/24/2018 00:46:00
Reckless Operator
SR 14 near 4-lane


Caller/Complainant: Boardman Pd



Goshen Twp. asked Perry Twp. to look in the 
above area for a reckless operator. It was advised 
that the vehicle was traveling east in the 
westbound lane then turned around and headed 
back in the right direction but without its 
headlights on. 

Perry Twp PD checked SR 14 all the way to the 
Columbiana / Mahoning county line making 
negative contact with the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1087 09 
Date: 09/23/2018 00:20:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
1800 Blk of S. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford



Perry Twp. Police conducted a traffic stop on a 
Blue 2001 Chevy Cavalier owned/operated by 
Kyle J. Lykens out of Salineville Ohio for an 
equipment violation. 

Upon speaking with the driver /owner police 
asked if a search the vehicle could be done and 
the driver did give consent to search the vehicle. 
While searching, police found inside of a 
backpack in the trunk of the vehicle a marijuana 
bong. 

Mr. Lykens advised that the backpack was his but 
the bong was put in there by a friend. Due to the 
marijuana bong being in Mr. Lykens Backpack 
under his possession, Mr. Lykens was cited for 
the Possession of Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia 
which is an minor misdemeanor and was also 
cited for having only one headlight. 

Mr. Lykens was given a mandatory court 
appearance date of September 27, 2018 at the 
CCMC. Police issued citations and cleared the 
scene without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1086 09 
Date: 09/22/2018 20:48:00
Injury accident
Cunningham Rd./ST RT 344



Perry Twp. Police, Perry Twp. FD, KLG, and Post 
15 responded to an injury accident involving a 
motor cycle on Cunningham Rd. near ST RT 344. 
Perry Twp. PD assisted with traffic control until 
they were no longer needed. The male subject 
was transported to St. Elizabeth's in Youngstown 
to be evaluated.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1085 09 
Date: 09/22/2018 20:37:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
1500 Block New Garden Ave



Police conducted a traffic stop in the 1500blk of 
SR9 New Garden Ave on a 2010 Mazda 6 (white) 
and found the operator/owner Phillip R. Cline (45) 
of 855 New Garden Ave. Salem, Ohio was 
operating the vehicle out of the scope of his 
driving privileges. 

Mr. Cline was issued a citation for driving under a 
OVI suspension and given a mandatory court date 
of 9/27/2018 at 8:30 AM to appear in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Kaiser Towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle with a court hold. Mr. Cline 
walked from the scene to his residence.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Anthony Konders 927




External Agency(s)
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1084 09 
Date: 09/22/2018 18:27:00
Open door
1599 Grant Ave


Caller/Complainant: Officer Konders (927)



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1083 09 
Date: 09/22/2018 16:02:00
Disabled vehicle
Newgarden Rd. @ ST RT 45



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



While on patrol, Police located a disabled vehicle 
at the intersection of Newgarden Rd. and ST RT 
45. Police stood by until a tow truck was able to 
remove the vehicle from the scene.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1082 09 
Date: 09/22/2018 11:18:00
Suspicious person
ST RT 45



Police responded to the area of ST RT 45 
between Georgetown Rd. and Newgarden Rd. for 
a report of two subjects walking along the 
roadway. Police checked the area but were 
unable to locate.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1081 09 
Date: 09/21/2018 21:29:00
Burglary in progress - Arrest Made
441 Benton Rd.


Police along with Salem Police Department 
responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for a 
reported burglary in progress. 

Upon arrival police found that the front door of the 
residence had been recently forced open. Police 
made entry into the residence and found 4 
subjects inside the residence. 

Two subjects, Hope M. Steed (20) of Salem, OH, 
44460 and Stephen W. Bell Jr. (32) of Salem, OH, 
44460 were found to have active warrants out of 
Columbiana County and were taken into custody 
and transported to the Columbiana County jail 
complex to await their court trial. 


This incident is under further investigation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Curtis Hetherington 929


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1080 09 
Date: 09/21/2018 19:18:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Egypt Rd



Caller/Complainant: Goshen Twp PD



Police were dispatched to Egypt Rd in the area of 
cry baby bridge for a possible tree in the roadway. 
After searching the area no tree was discovered 
in Perry Township jurisdiction.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1079 09 
Date: 09/21/2018 13:45:56
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1600 Block Egypt Road



Police while on patrol observed that a several 
areas of the road had been littered with stones 
believed to have come from a truck hauling sand 
stone from SR 14 to SR 165. Police contacted the 
road department to respond and remove the 
stones from the 2 locations in the township.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921 
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1078 09 
Date: 09/21/2018 07:43:00
Burglary
1133 Prospect, #1B



Caller/Complainant: Kristen Mills



Police called to the above location reference a 
Burglary call. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
who advised that when she returned home from 
work this morning she noticed that her front door 
was kicked in. The complainant did locate her 
baby's daddy who was passed out on her bed. 

The complainant did get the male subject out of 
the apartment before police arrived. The 
complainant advised that the male does not live 
there and showed up on 09-19-18 asking to stay 
the night until he left to a new job on Thursday. 

Complainant advised that she had not heard from 
him after the baby was born and has nothing to do 
with them. 


Information gathered and charges to be filed.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1077 09 
Date: 09/21/2018 07:38:00
Civil process
570 Brittany Lane



Caller/Complainant: Michael Giles



Police spoke with complainant reference an 
ongoing civil dispute. Complainant was advised to 
seek legal help that it was not a police matter.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1076 09 
Date: 09/21/2018 04:24:00
Suspicious person
SR 14 near Allen Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Marlan Billiter



Police responded to the above area for a 
suspicious person report. It was advised from the 
complainant that as she was driving by she 
observed a male individual walking in an unknown 
direction with a flash light and a what looked like 
to be some type of firearm. 

Perry Twp. PD with assistance from Salem PD 
checked the area and side streets in the area 
making negative contact .

No clothing description was given as well. Police 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1073 09 
Date: 09/19/2018 06:43:00
Stolen vehicle
402 Old Coach Ln.



Caller/Complainant: Eric Armstrong



While assisting Post 15 with a standby at the 
above address, Police were advised that a 2014 
Harley Motorcycle was stolen from the driveway 
of the above address. 

The vehicle was located by Post 15 in a field off 
ST RT 9. The male complainant was given a 
report number and information on how to get the 
vehicle out of impound.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1072 09 
Date: 09/19/2018 06:31:00
Assist other unit
402 Old Coach Ln.


Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Police were asked to standby with Post 15 at the 
above address in reference to an abandoned 
motorcycle in a field outside of the township. 

Police spoke to the subject who advised he left 
the motorcycle in the driveway and it must have 
been stolen. A separate report will be made for 
the stolen vehicle.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1071 09 
Date: 09/19/2018 00:33:00
Suspicious vehicle
E. Pine Lake Rd/Egypt Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



While on patrol, Police located a vehicle at bridge 
on E. Pine Lake Rd and Egypt Rd. Police advised 
the subjects of the no trespassing signs and the 
subjects left without incident.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1070 09 
Date: 09/18/2018 21:07:00
Injury accident
US 62 at SR14



Police were dispatched to a 2 car accident with 
injuries at US 62 at SR14. Unit 1 a Gray Buick 
Regal driven by Darlene Crowl (49) of Winona 
road Salem OH 44460 failed to yield while making 
a left turn on to SR14 striking Unit 2 a red Ford 
Taurus driven by Daniel Freet (33) of Goshen 
road Salem OH 44460. 

Darlene was taken by KLG to Salem Regional. 

Both vehicles were towed by Kaiser Towing. 

Darlene Crowl was cited for failure to yield left 
turn.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929 
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
Kaiser - Kaiser Towing





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1069 09 
Date: 09/18/2018 16:48:00
Assault
Jones Drive @ Hartley Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Danielle Stanley



Complainant from the 900blk of E. Sixth Street 
responded to the Perry Township Police STORIES 
to speak with an officer regarding an alleged 
assault that took place on Jones Drive. 

Complainant advised that they did not want to 
pursue charges and only requested a report be 
made of the incident.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1068 09 
Date: 09/16/2018 23:55:00
Medical
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Gas Station Clerk



Police responded to the above address for a 
female who was passed out in her vehicle. Upon 
officer arrival police spoke with an elderly female 
who was slumped over in her vehicle. The female 
advised she had been on the go all day and 
pulled into the gas station and accidently fell 
asleep listening to music. 

KLG ambulance services along with Perry Twp. 
FD responded to the scene due to the initial report 
of a female passed out in a vehicle. The female 
appeared fine and answered all necessary 
questions asked by the ambulance personnel and 
advised she was fine and needed no medical 
attention. Police along with KLG and Perry FD 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1067 09 
Date: 09/16/2018 12:10:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
570 Brittany Lane


Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Stamp



Police responded to the 500 blk of Brittany Lane 
for a report of an unwanted subject. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the complainant who advised 
that they believed someone was in their 
residence. Police checked the interior of the 
residence finding no one inside.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1066 09 
Date: 09/16/2018 10:35:00
Juvenile complaint
1845 E. 11th St.



Caller/Complainant: Julie Sell




Police responded to the 1800 blk of E. 11th St. for 
a report of 3 very young juveniles in diapers 
playing in the complainants back yard. Upon 
arrival police spoke with the complainant who 
advised that they found three juveniles in diapers 
playing in their back yard and have been there for 
over thirty (30) minutes with no parents looking for 
them. 

Police recognized the children due to past dealing 
with the family and responded to their residence 
in the 1700 blk of Painter Rd. to speak with 
someone. 

Police did make contact with family member who 
responded to the scene and returned the children 
home. Police contacted Children Services and will 
be turning this incident over to them.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
CSB - Columbiana Coutny Children Services




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1065 09 
Date: 09/16/2018 04:29:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
388 W. 14th St.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the above address for a large 
tree limb down on the roadway. It was also 
advised the the limb was on live power lines. Ohio 
Edison was contacted and had a crew respond to 
the scene to handle the limb and also the 
powerlines .

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1064 09 
Date: 09/16/2018 03:41:00
Assist other unit
700 blk W. State St.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford



Perry Twp. Police monitoring Salem PD radio 
heard that an assault was taking place. Perry 
police was traveling through the area and stopped 
a male individual who who fled matching the 
description of one of the assailants. 

Salem Pd arrive on scene and advised this male 
in question was a person whom they have been 
looking for all night for a medical reason. 

The male individual in question ended up being 
transported by EMT to the SRMC. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1063 09 
Date: 09/15/2018 22:02:00
Private Property Accident
Annabelle's Restaurant



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



While on patrol, a Perry Twp PD cruiser struck a 
pole in the parking lot of Annabelle's Restaurant. 
Salem PD was contacted and handled the crash 
report. 

Sinsley's towing removed the vehicle from the 
scene.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1062 09 
Date: 09/15/2018 21:08:00
Domestic complaint
570 Brittany Ln.



Police responded to Brittany Ln. for a report of a 
domestic dispute. Police spoke to both parties 
and found it to be verbal only .

Police advised both subjects to stay away from 
each other for the rest of the evening.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927 
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1060 09 
Date: 09/15/2018 14:30:00
Suspicious vehicle
Devonshire Dr



Police responded to the area of Devonshire Dr. for 
a report of vehicles racing in the area. Police 
checked the area and were unable to locate any 
vehicles.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1059 09 
Date: 09/14/2018 16:59:00
Medical
1783 Depot Road



Police, along with KLG Ambulance Service and 
the Perry Township First Responders, responded 
to the 1700blk of Depot Road for a report of a 
male subject having chest pains. KLG Ambulance 
Service transported the male subject to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for further evaluation.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service 
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1058 09 
Date: 09/14/2018 15:27:00
Medical
881 Cunningham Road



Caller/Complainant: Medical Alarm



Police, along with KLG Ambulance Service, 
responded to the 800blk of Cunningham Road for 
a report a male subject that had fallen in his 
garage and set off his medical alarm. Police 
arrived on scene and found KLG Ambulance 
Service already on scene evaluating the male 
subject, who later refused transport for any further 
evaluation.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1057 09 
Date: 09/14/2018 11:54:00
Investigate complaint
347 W. Pidgeon Road


Caller/Complainant: Douglas MacDuff



Police responded to the 300blk of W. Pidgeon 
Road, after the homeowner contacted the police 
departments non -emergency line. Police spoke 
with the complainant, who advised that they had 
been out drinking last evening 09/13/2018 
between the hours of 3pm-11pm and after arriving 
home, believed someone had entered there 
residence after finding their toilet seat broke and a 
small BB gun allegedly missing. 

Complainant stated that they believed their 
residence has been broken into multiple times 
over the past few weeks but did not report it. 

Complainant advised they have multiple cameras 
in and around the residence and nothing was 
found on video. Complainant was advised a report 
would be made.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1056 09 
Date: 09/14/2018 10:58:00
Neighbor complaint
451 W. Pinelake



Caller/Complainant: Ona Erath



Police spoke with complainant reference her 
neighbor who was mowing and blew grass onto 
her property. This has been a ongoing complaint 
for the past 2 years.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1055 09 
Date: 09/14/2018 08:17:00
Investigate complaint
N. Elllsworth Ave @ Springdale



Police receiving multiple calls reference a white 
male operating a white colored pick up truck 
yelling profanity at parents and children waiting for 
the bus. This has been going on for several 
weeks and the police made aware this week. 

The information was obtained and the bus stop 
will be monitored by police.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1054 09 
Date: 09/13/2018 00:27:00
Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police attempted a misdemeanor warrant arrest at 
the above location. Contact was made at the front 
door with the homeowner, Charles A. Corbett Jr.
(69), LKA: Salem, OH who was subsequently 
arrested for Failure to Appear-Obstruction of 
Official Business. 

Mr. Corbett was transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail without incident.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927 
Richard Kimble 924





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1054 09 
Date: 09/13/2018 00:27:00
Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
1584 N. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police attempted a misdemeanor warrant arrest at 
the above location. Contact was made at the front 
door with the homeowner, Charles A. Corbett Jr.
(69), LKA: Salem, OH who was subsequently 
arrested for Failure to Appear-Obstruction of 
Official Business. 

Mr. Corbett was transported to the Columbiana 
County Jail without incident.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927 
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1052 09 
Date: 09/12/2018 02:25:00
Animal complaint
US 62 between Goshen Rd. and Benton Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



While on patrol, Police located a deer carcass on 
the roadway of US 62 between Goshen Rd. and 
Benton Rd. Police removed the deer from the 
roadway and cleared.





Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1051 09 
Date: 09/11/2018 21:56:00
Injury accident
SR 45 @ 815 E. Pidgeon Rd



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officers responded to a reported injury accident at 
815 E. Pidgeon Rd. Officers arrived and found 
that a Blue 2011 Chevy Malibu driven by Jean 
Starr age 71 of Maine was traveling southbound 
on SR 45 (E. Pidgeon Rd) and struck a paving 
machine head on. 

Officers found that the paving machine was 
traveling north bound on SR 45 ( E. Pidgeon Rd) 
prior to making a lane change into the south 
bound lane of travel. Officers found that the 
paving machine was owned by Z's Driveway 
Maintenance LLC and driven by a Anthony Nerti 
of Hillsville, PA. Officers collected a statement 
from Anthony Nerti at the scene but did not 
provide his personal information. 

Officers found that Anthony Nerti left the scene as 
he was trying to obtain his drivers license 
information from his mother over the phone. 

Upon further investigation, Officers found that 
Anthony had two active warrants out of the pick 
up range. Investigation pending.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1050 09 
Date: 09/11/2018 18:46:00
Suspicious person
701 Michigan Blvd


Police were dispatched to the 700 block of 
Michigan Blvd for a suspicious person walking. 
Police were unable to make contact with the 
individual and cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1049 09 
Date: 09/11/2018 16:59:00
Medical
333 Benton Road



Police, along with EMT and KLG Ambulance 
service and the Perry Township First Responders, 
responded to the 300blk of Benton Road for a 
report of an unresponsive female. The female was 
later transported to the Salem Regional Medical 
Center for further evaluation.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1048 09 
Date: 09/11/2018 16:03:00
Investigate complaint
1807 Benton Rd



Caller/Complainant:  John Biddle



Officer was advised to contact Mr. Biddle in 
reference to asking questions. Officer contacted 
Mr. Biddle and he stated that he did not want Dale 
Knag coming to his residence to gather his 
daughter's belongings. Mr. Biddle stated that he 
contacted Dale and advised him not to come to 
his residence. 

Officer advised Mr. Biddle to contact the 
department if he shows up at his residence.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1047 09 
Date: 09/11/2018 12:32:00
Felony warrant - Arrest Made
290 Idaho Ave.



Caller/Complainant:  Det. S. Smith



Police responded to the 200blk of Idaho Ave., for 
a subject to be removed and subsequently 
arrested Amanda B. Hines (31) of LKA: 2636 
Halifax Drive, Middletown, Ohio on an active 
Felony Warrant for Illegal Assembly and /or 
Possession of Drugs out of Clermont County. 

Ms. Hines was taken into custody without incident 
and transported to the Columbiana County Jail to 
await extradition to Clermont County.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1046 09 
Date: 09/11/2018 12:04:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
290 Idaho Ave.



Caller/Complainant:  Robbie Armstrong



Police responded to the 200blk of Idaho Ave. for a 
report of a female subject that would not leave the 
residence. 

Police arrived on scene and spoke to the 
complainant, who reported that their daughter, 
who was recently released from prison, was 
staying at the house for a couple days and was 
refusing to leave. 

The female was later found to have felony 
warrants out of Clermont County and 
subsequently arrested and transported to the 
Columbiana County jail to await extradition.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1045 09 
Date: 09/11/2018 11:16:00
Abandoned vehicle
Muffler Man



Caller/Complainant:  Richard Fast



Police called to the local business reference 
several vehicles that had been left at the business 
for several months .

Information was provided to complainant how to 
remove the vehicles.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1044 09 
Date: 09/11/2018 04:57:00
Suspicious person
400 Blk of Benton Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Mike Ayers




Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for 
a suspicious person report. It was advised from 
the complainant that an individual wearing a 
hoodie with a backpack was knocking on the 
neighbors door and then went behind the house. 
Police checked the area, also knocking on the 
doors in the area. Police made negative contact 
with anyone matching the description given at this 
time and advised the complainant if he see's the 
individual again to call the police so that contact 
could be made .


Police later observed a subject matching the 
description walking southbound on Benton Rd. 
Police spoke with the individual and advised her 
of the report. The female individual advised that 
she knocked on the wrong door thinking that was 
her friends house. 

The female individual advised police she was 
walking home to an address inside the city limits. 
Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1043 09 
Date: 09/11/2018 01:53:00
Investigate complaint
SR 9 @ SR 45



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the above area for a semi 
stopped in the roadway. It was advised that the 
driver did not know how to get to Fresh Mark. 
Police advised directions and cleared.





Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1041 09 
Date: 09/10/2018 16:13:00
Juvenile complaint
Salem Acres



Police responded to 1133 Prospect Street (Salem 
Acres) for a report of two female juveniles having 
an altercation after getting off of the school bus. 

Police spoke to both juveniles involved and their 
parents and straightened the matter out and 
explained the consequences to the offending 
party if another incident was to occur.





Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1040 09 
Date: 09/10/2018 15:54:00
Civil Complaint
1143 W. Perry st, #102



Police were dispatched to the 1100 block of W. 
Perry street for a civil complaint. 

Upon arrival police met with a male and female 
who stated the males father was who lives with 
them will not leave the property after they were 
advised by the Perry Township Fire Dept. that it is 
unsafe to stay there due to water running in the 
house into the electrical plugs. 

There was no filed paperwork stating they had to 
leave the residence. The female then stated that 
the father of the male was harassing her on 
Facebook, and police advised her to block the 
father on all social media and block his phone 
number. 

The male and female complainants stated they 
were leaving the residence to move to New 
Castle. Police advised without the proper 
paperwork they are unable to remove anyone 
from the residence. 

Police cleared the call without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1037 09 
Date: 09/10/2018 07:47:00
Suspicious person
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave



Police called to a suspicious person at Circle K 
south, The caller advised of a male parked in the 
parking space doing something that he should not 
be doing. 

Police was advised that the male left with no 
description being given.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1036 09 
Date: 09/10/2018 06:50:00
Traffic offense
Chestnut Grove Rd.


Police was made aware of a vehicle driving 
backward on Chestnut Grove Rd. The vehicle was 
no longer there. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1028 09 
Date: 09/07/2018 12:09:00
Investigate complaint
1125 Highland Ave., East



Police responded to the 1100blk of Highland Ave., 
East, after the homeowner found that a package 
that was delivered to the residence during the 
week, was not there after arriving home from 
being out of town. After speaking with the 
neighbors, it was found that the package had 
been picked up by a neighbor for safekeeping 
until they arrived home.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1027 09 
Date: 09/07/2018 00:36:00
Assist other unit
Fernengles Tavern



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem Pd requested assistance at the above 
location for help with a drunk /disorderly male. 
Upon arrival the situation was calmed down. Perry 
Twp. Police stood by until the investigation was 
complete. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1026 09 
Date: 09/07/2018 00:05:00
Suspicious vehicle
Cry Baby Bridge



Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle parked at the 
above location. Upon speaking with the driver it 
was advised he came to the bridge to explore. 
Police advised the subject he was trespassing 
and to move along. Police cleared without 
incident.





Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1025 09 
Date: 09/06/2018 17:03:00
Rape
435 Benton Rd.



Police spoke with a complainant from the 400 blk 
of Benton Rd. in reference to a sexual assault 
involving a juvenile. 

This incident is under investigation.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1024 09 
Date: 09/06/2018 15:25:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
910 Somerset Dr., #B



Caller/Complainant: Shirley, Bush



Police responded to the 9001 blk of Somerset Dr. 
for a report of Fraud. Upon arrival police spoke 
with the complainant, who advised that a subject 
claiming to be from Microsoft contacted them 
stating they were owed a $ 1,500 dollar rebate but 
needed the complainant to go to Walmart and 
purchase $1,500 dollars worth of gift cards. 

The complainant advised that they did purchase 
the cards before realizing that it was a scam and 
contacted their respective bank. The bank was 
able to cancel the transactions before any money 
was taken.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1023 09 
Date: 09/06/2018 14:59:00
Investigate complaint
Habitat For Humanity ReStore



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem Police reported receiving a 911 call from 
the Restore on N. Ellsworth Ave. for an unknown 
problem. Police arrived on scene and found that 
an individual was having issues with the purchase 
they had made earlier in the day after returning to 
pick it up. 

After after speaking with the manager, it was 
found that the individual has had issues in the 
store in the past with the manager/personnel in 
the store and was advised not to return to the 
store. The male subject left with his purchase 
from earlier in the day and was advised not to 
return, which they stated they understood.





Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Jordan Reynolds 923




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1022 09 
Date: 09/06/2018 14:46:10
Investigate complaint
1385 Manor Drive



Police spoke with the office manager of Manor 
Leasing reference an male who has stop making 
his lease payments on his car and that the car is 
being hidden from the office manager . 

Charges will be prepared and sent to the C .C. 
municipal courts for a issuance of a warrant for 
Unauthorized use.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1021 09 
Date: 09/06/2018 13:19:00
Drug Paraphernalia/Instruments
570 Brittany Lane



Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Stamp




Complainant from the 500blk of Brittany Lane 
requested police to remove suspected contraband 
from the residence believed to be the property of 
their roommate. Police arrived on scene and were 
shown a mason jar, located in the garage on a 
shelf, that was found to have "suspected 
Marijuana" inside. Complainant believed the " 
suspected Marijuana" belonged to their roommate 
.


As police were speaking with the complainant, the 
roommate arrived home and denied any 
knowledge off the "Suspected Marijuana". 

At the request of the complainant, the "suspected 
Marijuana" was taken and disposed of.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1020 09 
Date: 09/06/2018 08:46:00
Traffic offense
US 62 west of Damascus



Perry Township Police advised of a reckless 
operator heading east on US 62 from Damascus, 
Police checked the area and was unable to locate 
the vehicle.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1019 09 
Date: 09/05/2018 13:25:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
Salem Acres
1133 Prospect Street, #7A



Caller/Complainant: Tyler Gardner



Police spoke to a complainant, via the telephone, 
who reported being scammed out of over $ 
400.00. 

Complainant stated that they had lost their cell 
phone and attempted to contact "Google" 
regarding their lost phone. Complainant stated 
that they located a number for "Google", via the 
internet, and spoke with and provided their 
banking information to an unknown male subject, 
regarding their phone, which was later found to be 
a scam after finding that over $400.00 had been 
removed from the complainants account. 

Complainant requested a report for his banking 
institution.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1018 09 
Date: 09/05/2018 11:34:00
Private Property Accident
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Police responded to Circle K on S. Lincoln Ave., 
for a report of a private property accident. Police 
arrived on scene and found that Miranda Y. Wiley 
(24) of 8392 Twp. Road 263, Bergholz, Ohio was 
parked in a parking space in front of the business 
in her 2013 Subaru Impreza (blue), when William 
L. Spanbauer (56) of 500 E. 4th. Street, Apt. 401, 
attempted to pull into the space next to Ms. Wiley 
in his 2006 Jeep Commander (green) and struck 
the driver side door of the Subaru with the 
passenger side front bumper of the Jeep, causing 
moderate damage to both vehicles, which were 
driven from the scene. No citations issued.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1017 09 
Date: 09/05/2018 08:25:00
Juvenile complaint
435 Benton Road



Caller/Complainant: Krista Little



Police spoke with complainant reference her 17 
year old son who has been missing since 08-31-
18, The complainant believes he is hiding with a 
friend in Sebring. Information was gathered with t 
he male being entered into LEEDS as a runaway.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1016 09 
Date: 09/04/2018 21:48:00
Civil Complaint
570 Brittany lane



Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Stamp



Police were dispatched to the 500 block of 
Brittany lane for a female stating that she was 
locked out of her house by a subject staying with 
her. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
complainant and advised her she could climb 
through a window since it was her residence. The 
complainant was able to enter her house through 
a window without issue.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926 
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1015 09 
Date: 09/04/2018 15:48:00
Suspicious person
1684 N. Lincoln Ave.



Complainant from the 1600blk of N. Lincoln Ave., 
reported a male subject in dark clothing, carrying 
a bag, walking around the area as their child was 
getting off of the school bus. Police checked the 
area and did not locate anyone fitting that 
description walking in the area.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1014 09 
Date: 09/04/2018 10:26:00
Civil Complaint
1187 W. Perry Street



Caller/Complainant: Janet Velez



Complainant from the 1100blk of W. Perry Street, 
contacted dispatch and advised that their 
refrigerator was broken and that the land lord was 
not fixing it in a timely manner. Police attempted 
to contact the complainant, via a telephone, and 
received a voice mailbox. Police left a message 
for the complainant that the issue was civil and 
not a police matter.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1002 09 
Date: 09/01/2018 21:05:00
Civil Complaint
1143 W. Perry St., #102



Caller/Complainant: Angela Daming



Police responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry St. 
for a civil complaint. The complainant advised a 
previous landlord was saying things about her 
online. Police advised them it was a civil matter.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1013 09 
Date: 09/03/2018 19:49:00
Medical
Highland Creek



Police responded to the 1900 block of South 
Lincoln Ave for a male subject choking. Police 
arrived on scene and assisted KLG Ambulance 
Service until Perry Township Fire Department 
arrived. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1012 09 
Date: 09/03/2018 18:37:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
SR45/ Goshen road



Caller/Complainant: Ptl C. Hetherington



Police conducted a traffic stop on SR 45 near 
Goshen road on a 2002 Jeep Liberty (maroon) in 
color for having expired tags.

After speaking with the owner/operator Craig 
Wilson of 1169 W. Middletown road, North Lima 
Ohio, police discovered he was also suspended 
on a non compliance suspension. The vehicle 
was towed by Kaiser Towing and Mr. Wilson was 
given a court date of 09/06/2018 with a mandatory 
appearance.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929 
Jonathan Smith 928





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1011 09 
Date: 09/02/2018 20:15:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Depot Rd.



Police responded to Depot Rd. for a report of 
debris on the roadway. Police searched the area 
but were unable to locate any debris.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1010 09 
Date: 09/02/2018 20:06:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
E. Pine Lake Rd./Egypt Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



While on patrol, Police located an unidentifiable 
object on the bridge of E. Pine Lake Rd. While 
attempting to identify the object, glass was 
broken. A report was made on file for illegal 
dumping.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1009 09 
Date: 09/02/2018 15:48:00
Welfare Check
311 Prospect st, #3B


Police were dispatched to the 300 block of 
Prospect for a welfare check on two children living 
in Salem Acres. 

Upon arrival police met with the mother of the two 
children who gave permission to enter the house 
and check on the children. Police discovered the 
children to be ok. Police cleared the call with no 
incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1007 09 
Date: 09/02/2018 11:12:00
Threats or harassment
1883 Allen Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Tara Himes



Police responded to the 1800 blk of Allen Rd. for 
a report of harassment via Facebook messenger. 
Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
who advised that someone they knew was 
messaging them inappropriate messages via 
Facebook messenger. 

Police advised the complainant to block the 
subject from their account and any other social 
media account they possessed.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1006 09 
Date: 09/02/2018 01:13:00
Assist other unit
329 Newgarden Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to 329 Newgarden Ave to assist 
Salem Police Department. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1005 09 
Date: 09/02/2018 00:52:00
Assist other unit
1060 Newgarden Ave



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to 1060 Newgarden Ave to 
assist Salem Police Department. Police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1004 09 
Date: 09/02/2018 00:33:00
Assist other unit
291 N. Madison



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem PD requested that Perry Twp. Pd 
responded to the above address for an individual 
who had shot a firearm into the sky .


Upon arrival Perry Twp. Police assisted until no 
longer needed.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1003 09 
Date: 09/02/2018 00:28:00
Assist other unit
Circle K
1125 E. State St.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem PD requested that Perry Twp. Pd 
responded to the above address for a suspicious 
person report. It was advised that a male 
individual was yelling at himself and at cars. Upon 
arrival police spoke with the individual and 
advised him to get going .


Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1001 09 
Date: 09/01/2018 19:57:00
Private Property Accident - Citation Issued
Fresh Mark



While on patrol police noticed a property damage 
accident in the Fresh Mart parking lot. Police 
spoke with the female driver Jennifer Rodden (26) 
of Salem was found to be operating the vehicle 
under an administrative suspension. Miss Rodden 
stated she was not injured. While police 
conducted an investigation, police noticed the 
female acting suspicious. 

Police notified dispatch to have KLG Ambulance 
Service come check Miss Rodden. Miss Rodden 
was transported to Salem Regional Medical 
Center for further evaluation. Miss Rodden was 
issued a citation for an administrative suspension 
and given a mandatory court date of 9/6/2018 in 
the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 
Davidsons towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Channing Hank 926



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
DT - Davidson's Towing





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 1000 09 
Date: 09/01/2018 16:59:00
Animal complaint
1829 Garfield Ave.



Police responded to the 1800 block of Garfield 
Ave. for a report of a loose dog. The homeowner 
contacted Davidsons to come take the dog until 
an owner can be located.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0999 09 
Date: 09/01/2018 16:26:00
Juvenile complaint
965 Elberon Ave.



Police responded to the 900 block of Elberon Ave. 
for a report of a missing child. Police spoke with 
the complainant who advised a small child was 
walking in the roadway. Police found the parent 
and returned the child home.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0998 09 
Date: 09/01/2018 08:23:00
Animal complaint
220 Springdale St.



Police responded to the 200 block of Springdale 
St. for a report of a wounded dog. The owner of 
the dog was located and the animal returned 
home.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0992 08 
Date: 08/31/2018 00:09:00
Property damage accident
SR62 north of the 4-lane



Police responded to the above area for a vehicle 
vs. deer accident. Upon arrival it was found that 
the accident occurred in Mahoning County. Police 
had dispatch advise Goshen Twp. Police stood by 
until Goshen arrived on scene. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0991 08 
Date: 08/30/2018 19:31:00
Medical
1466 N. Lincoln Ave



Police were dispatched to the 1400 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave for an elderly female who fell. 

Upon arrival police found the woman laying on the 
kitchen floor unconscious but breathing . KLG 
transported the female to Salem Regional.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0990 08 
Date: 08/30/2018 03:45:00
Suspicious person
ST RT 45



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



While on patrol, Police located a male subject 
walking along the roadway on ST RT 45 between 
Georgetown Rd. and Newgarden Rd. The male 
subject advised he was walking to Alliance. Police 
gave a courtesy ride to the township limit and 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0989 08 
Date: 08/29/2018 21:57:00
Suspicious person
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Police responded to Circle K on S. Lincoln Ave. 
for a report of suspicious persons sitting outside. 
Police spoke with and identified the subjects and 
found nothing to be out of the ordinary.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0988 08 
Date: 08/29/2018 21:09:00
Investigate complaint
2061 Countryside Dr.



Perry Twp. Police and Fire responded to 
Countryside Dr. for a report of a possible lightning 
strike to a residence. 

Police stood by until FD arrived on scene.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0987 08 
Date: 08/29/2018 20:22:00
Threats or harassment
701 Michigan Blvd.



Caller/Complainant: Patrick Curran



Police spoke to a male complainant via telephone 
in reference to harassing messages being sent to 
him. Police advised him of his options and 
advised a report would be on file.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0986 08 
Date: 08/29/2018 19:36:00
Private Property Accident
Fresh Mark parking lot



Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln 
Ave for a reported private property accident. 

Upon arrival police found that a 2011 Chevrolet 
Malibu (White) driven by, Bret M. Ahearn (22) of 
Salem, OH, 44460 was backing out of a parking 
space and struck a 1997 Chevrolet Malibu (Blue) 
driven by, Myranda D. Webber (22) of East 
Liverpool, OH, 43920 who was driving through the 
parking lot. 

Both vehicles sustained moderate damage and 
were driven from the scene. No injuries were 
reported. No citations were issued.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0985 08 
Date: 08/29/2018 07:30:00
Recovered property
US 62-SR 45 @ N. Ellsworth Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Det. S. Smith



While on patrol, police located an Amazon tablet 
on US 62-SR 45 (four-lane) @ N. Ellsworth Ave., 
laying in the middle of the roadway. The tablet 
suffered sever damage, with the screen 
completely shattered. The item was placed at the 
Perry Township Police STORIES for safe keeping.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0984 08 
Date: 08/28/2018 22:41:00
Assist other unit
Woodsdale Rd./Depot Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Perry Twp. was asked to stand by on a traffic stop 
by OSP on Woodsdale Rd/Depot Rd. Police stood 
by until they were no longer needed.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0983 08 
Date: 08/28/2018 20:11:00
Neighbor complaint
1422 Benton rd



Caller/Complainant: John Olinger



Police were dispatched to the 1400 block of 
Benton road for a complaint about a neighbor 
mowing on the complainants property. 

Police advised the complainant that there was no 
way for them to decipher where the property lines 
begin and end without a surveyor being present. 
Police cleared the call without incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929 
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0982 08 
Date: 08/28/2018 19:35:00
Neighbor complaint
983 Benton rd



Police were dispatched to the 900 block of Benton 
road for a neighbor complaint about noise. Police 
made contact with the individual who was asked 
politely to turn his music down. The music was 
turned down and the police cleared the call 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0981 08 
Date: 08/28/2018 15:24:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
SR 45/SR 9



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officer responded to a possible spill on the 
roadway from a semi-truck on SR 45 at SR 9. 
Officer found a small amount of an unknown liquid 
on the roadway. Officer advised dispatch to 
contact ODOT for cleanup.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




External Agency(s)
ODOT - Ohio Department Of Transportation




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0980 08 
Date: 08/28/2018 10:34:00
Medical
941 Canterbury Lane



Caller/Complainant: Salem Visiting Nurses



Police, along with KLG Ambulance Service and 
the Perry Township First Responders, responded 
to the 900blk of Canterbury Lane, after receiving a 
call of a female who had fallen down. 

Police arrived on scene and found KLG 
Ambulance Service already on scene and had the 
female sitting on a chair and claiming not to be 
injured. The female refused transport and was 
evaluated at the scene.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0979 08 
Date: 08/27/2018 21:26:00
Drunk
1011 Liberty St.


Officers responded to a report of a drunk female 
not wanting to live anymore. Officers found the 
female lying in her bed intoxicated. Officers and 
ambulance personnel spoke with the female and 
she willingly was transported to Salem ER for 
evaluation.





Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929 
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0978 08 
Date: 08/27/2018 19:40:00
Civil Complaint
1356 W. State st



Caller/Complainant: Eric Slagle



Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of W. 
State street for a civil dispute over property. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
and advised it was a civil matter. After speaking 
with both parties involved the complainant 
advised it was ok for the property to be removed 
from the basement. Police cleared the call without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0977 08 
Date: 08/27/2018 18:05:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Jennings Ave


Police were dispatched to Jennings Ave for debris 
in roadway. Upon arrival police found multiple live 
22. cal rounds in the middle of the road. Police 
removed the live rounds and cleared the call 
without incident.





Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0976 08 
Date: 08/27/2018 15:36:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Chestnut Grove



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officer responded to a report of a tree down 
blocking the roadway on Chestnut Grove Rd. 
Officer found a tree blocking the westbound lane. 
Officer controlled traffic until the road department 
could clear the tree.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0975 08 
Date: 08/27/2018 15:11:00
Reckless Operator
W. State St @ Penn Star Mobile Home Park



Caller/Complainant: Dawn Slagle



Officer responded to 1358 W. State St to speak 
with the complainant in reference to a traffic 
complainant. The complainant stated that vehicles 
are not stopping for the school bus through out 
the day. The complainant is concerned for the 
children's safety.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0974 08 
Date: 08/27/2018 09:40:00
Animal complaint
E. Pine Lake Road @ SR 45



Caller/Complainant: Goshen Police Department



Police responded to E. Pine Lake Road @ SR 45 
after Goshen Police Department located several 
horses running free. The horses were returned to 
the pasture from where they escaped and the 
fence was able to be mended. The owner of the 
horses was notified.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0973 08 
Date: 08/27/2018 07:35:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
US 62-SR 45, south of SR 45 Inter-Change



Caller/Complainant: Det. S. Smith



While on patrol, police located a recliner off of the 
west side of the roadway on US 62-SR 45, just 
south of the SR 45 Inter-Change. ODOT was 
contacted and made aware of the item.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0972 08 
Date: 08/26/2018 20:08:00
Suspicious person
SR 9 and the bypass



Caller/Complainant: Curtis Hetherington


Police were advised by a passerby that there was 
a male subject walking down the middle of the 
road on the bypass near SR9. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the male 
who advised he was walking in the direction of 
Louisville waiting for his girlfriend to pick him up. 
After advising the male it was not safe to be 
walking on a busy roadway he agreed to be taken 
back to his parents house on Ansley Way.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0969 08 
Date: 08/26/2018 02:00:00
Assist other unit
Fernengels Tavern


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z. Sanford



Perry Twp. Police was close to the above address 
when Salem PD was dispatched for a fight that 
was about to go on involving several subjects. 
Upon arrival police assisted Salem PD until the 
investigation was done. Perry Twp. and Salem PD 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0968 08 
Date: 08/25/2018 23:51:00
Assist other unit
SR 14



Police were dispatched to SR 14 for a vehicle vs 
deer. Upon arrival police notified dispatch that the 
accident had occurred in Goshen TWP. Police 
remained on scene until the arrival of Goshen 
TWP.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Zachary Sanford 925 




External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0967 08 
Date: 08/25/2018 12:16:00
Disabled vehicle
W. State St. at SR 45



Police responded to the intersection of W. State 
St. at SR 45 for a reported disabled vehicle pulling 
a food vendor trailer in the intersection. Upon 
arrival police spoke with the owner who advised 
that the clutch on his vehicle broke and he could 
not move his vehicle off the roadway. AAA was 
contacted to remove the vehicle at the owners 
request. 

Due to the long delayed response by AAA, a good 
Samaritan used their vehicle to pull the disabled 
vehicle safely off the roadway to wait for AAA.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0966 08 
Date: 08/24/2018 21:30:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
1585 New Garden Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble



Officer attempted a traffic stop for a speeding 
violation at 1585 New Garden Ave. Officer 
observed the vehicle pull into the garage at 1585 
New Garden Ave and close the garage door. 
Officer attempted contact at the man door to the 
detached garage at the residence. Officer 
observed a male peek out the door then close the 
door. Male would not open the door for the officer 
.

Officer made contact with the father of the male at 
the residence and he opened the garage man 
door. Officer took the male, David T. Penezich into 
custody for obstruction of official business. Mr. 
Penezich was also cited for speed and 
transported to the County Jail.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0965 08 
Date: 08/24/2018 20:58:00
Narcotics complaint
570 Brittany Lane



Police responded to the 500 blk of Brittany Lane 
for a report of found Drug Paraphernalia. Upon 
arrival police took custody of the paraphernalia 
and destroyed it.




Officer(s) 
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0964 08 
Date: 08/24/2018 20:50:00
Shots fired
Jones Dr. 1000 blk



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the 1000 blk of Jones Dr. for 
a report of possible guns shots in the area. Upon 
arrival police checked the area with negative 
contact.



Officer(s) 
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0963 08 
Date: 08/24/2018 20:04:00
Assist other unit
Circle K (West)


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police assisted Salem Police Department on a 
traffic stop involving a large amount of seized 
narcotics and currency. Police assisted with the 
scene until no longer needed.




Officer(s) 
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 924




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0962 08 
Date: 08/24/2018 12:14:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
SR 45-US 62 @ Ellsworth Ave.



Police responded to the area of SR 45-US 62 @ 
N. Ellsworth Ave. after receiving a report of metal 
debris on the roadway.

Police checked the area and did not locate any 
debris as reported.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0961 08 
Date: 08/24/2018 09:25:00
Welfare Check
965 Elberon Ave



Caller/Complainant: Saint Paul's



Police contacted by school official at Saint Paul's 
to check on 2 students who had failed to show up 
to school on opening day. The school was 
concerned after failing to get any response from 
the mother. 

Police made contact with the mother and advised 
her to contact the school.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0960 08 
Date: 08/24/2018 00:48:00
Shots fired
1143 W. Perry St., #202



Caller/Complainant: Cathy Mckinley



Police responded to the above area for a report of 
shots fired. It was advised from the complainant 
that she heard a single gunshot in the area behind 
where she lives. 

Upon arrival police checked the area of the 
apartment complex along with the side streets in 
the area making negative contact with anyone or 
hearing anything further. Police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Richard Kimble 924





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0955 08 
Date: 08/22/2018 21:38:00
Suspicious person
Frost Top



Police responded to the 1000 blk of W. State St. 
for a report of a suspicious person(s) in the 
parking lot of Frost Top. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the subjects 
who were only standing by their vehicle talking. 
Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0954 08 
Date: 08/22/2018 21:31:00
Prowlers
2073 Countryside Dr.



Caller/Complainant:  Peter Ort



Officers responded to the area of 2073 
Countryside Dr. for a report of possible prowlers. 

Officers spoke with the complainant and he stated 
that he was awoke by loud banging either on one 
of the doors or the sides of the residence. The 
complainant stated that he had an issue earlier in 
the day at his place of business after firing a 
subject. 


Officers checked around the residence and the 
area but could not locate anyone.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0953 08 
Date: 08/22/2018 21:03:00
Civil Complaint
570 Brittany Lane



Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Stamp



Police responded to the 500 blk of Brittany Lane 
for a reported civil complaint. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
who advised that they were having trouble with 
her roommate and wanted the roommate 
removed from the residence. Police spoke with all 
parties involved and advised them it was a civil 
issue. Police explained to the complainant how to 
go about the eviction process.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0952 08 
Date: 08/22/2018 19:05:00
Civil Complaint
867 Cunningham Rd



Caller/Complainant: Julia Vikto



Officers responded to a civil complainant at 867 
Cunningham Rd. Officers spoke with the 
complainant and she stated that she believes that 
her neighbors are cutting her pine trees on her 
property. The complainant did not have any proof 
of this but states that her pine trees are thinned 
out on one side of the yard.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0951 08 
Date: 08/22/2018 16:41:00
Juvenile complaint
Salem Acres



Caller/Complainant:  Robin Troyer


Police responded to the 1100 blk of Prospect St. 
for a reported juvenile complaint. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the complainant who advised 
that a 19yo male would not stop messaging her 
15yo daughter. Police advised the complainant to 
block the 19yo male from all social media sites 
and to also block him on the cell phone. 

Police responded to the 19yo male residence in 
the 900 blk of S. Union Ave and spoke with him. 
Police advised the male subject to stop all 
communications with the 15yo or face possible 
charges, the male subject advised that he would.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0949 08 
Date: 08/21/2018 20:13:00
Noise Complaint
1807 Goshen rd



Police were dispatched to the area of Goshen rd 
for a complaint about a silver Ford Mustang that 
keeps driving down the road with a loud exhaust 
and peeling tires. Police checked the area and 
were unable to make contact with that vehicle.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0950 08 
Date: 08/21/2018 20:36:00
Animal complaint
1271 W. State st



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of W. 
State st for a barking dog complaint. Police made 
contact with the owners of the dog and advised 
them to take them inside for the night. Police 
cleared the call with no incident.





Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0948 08 
Date: 08/21/2018 19:02:00
Noise Complaint
280 Springdale



Police were dispatched to the 200 block of 
Springdale for a noise complaint of somebody 
shooting guns. After police responded to the area 
they discovered the shots were coming from 
Pinelake rd. in Goshen township. Police cleared 
the call with no incident.





Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0947 08 
Date: 08/21/2018 07:39:00
Traffic jam/road blocked
Painter Road/Twp. Limits



While on patrol, police drove up on tree blocking 
part of Painter Road, near the Twp. Limits. Police 
were able to remove part of the tree and open a 
lane of traffic. The Perry Twp. Road Department 
was contacted and removed the rest of the tree.





Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922





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Perry Township Police STORIE
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0945 08 
Date: 08/20/2018 21:46:00
Assist other Agency
36758 Salem Grange Rd.



Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Officers responded to 36758 Salem Grange Rd to 
assist Columbiana County Sheriff's Office in 
arresting a male subject for Domestic Violence. 
Officers stood by until CCSO could take the male 
subject into custody. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIE
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0944 08 
Date: 08/20/2018 20:40:00
Traffic offense
US 62/SR45


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle that did 
not have any headlights illuminated. Officer 
stopped the vehicle and had another vehicle stop 
with it. Officer found the vehicle with no headlights 
not to have any registration. 

The driver of that vehicle, Taylor Paxson, was 
cited for two headlights required and the vehicle a 
Grey 2002 Dodge Durango was towed from the 
scene by Davidsons. The driver of the second 
vehicle, Zachariah Paxson, was found to be 
driving under a forfeiture suspension. 

Mr. Paxson was cited for DUS and given a court 
date of 8-24-18 at 0830 in Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORIE
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0943 08 
Date: 08/20/2018 20:17:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Michigan Blvd./Benton Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police conducted a traffic stop on a tan 2002 
Chevrolet Blazer on Michigan Blvd./Benton Rd. 
for fictitious plates. Police found the vehicle's 
registration to belong to another vehicle. 

Kaiser Towing responded on scene and removed 
the vehicle from the roadway. 

The owner/operator of the vehicle, Henry J. 
Mills(49), LKA: Salem, OH, was issued a citation 
for Fictitious Plates with a mandatory court date of 
8/30/18 at the CCMC.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927 
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIE
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0942 08 
Date: 08/20/2018 19:10:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Value Motors, LLC.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders


Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2009 black 
Chevrolet Impala on W. State St.. Police found the 
owner/driver of the vehicle, Da'zia A. Harris(20), 
LKA: Alliance, OH, to be operating the vehicle 
with a suspended license. 

Davidson's towing responded to the scene and 
removed the vehicle from the parking lot. 

Ms. Harris was issued a traffic citation for DUS 
Non Compliance. Ms. Harris was picked up by her 
mother.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0941 08 
Date: 08/20/2018 02:38:00
Trespassing Complaint
Cry Baby Bridge



Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z. Sanford


Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle with its hood 
popped at the above location with several 
individuals standing around it. It was advised that 
the vehicle was dead, there was an additional 
vehicle there as well attempting to help start the 
vehicle witch also had several subjects in the 
vehicle. 

Police identified all who was there and advised 
them they were trespassing. 

The vehicle that was broken down was able to be 
started. Both vehicle's and all individuals cleared. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0940 08 
Date: 08/20/2018 01:22:06
Theft
1401 Garfield Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Jeffrey Holenchick


Police spoke with a complainant from the 1400 blk 
of Garfield Ave. reference to a theft of a firearm 
that occurred a few days prior. This incident is 
under investigation.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0939 08 
Date: 08/19/2018 20:09:00
Domestic complaint
209 Idaho Ave.



Police responded to Idaho Ave. for a report of a 
domestic dispute. Police spoke with all parties 
involved and found nothing physical to have 
happened.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0938 08 
Date: 08/19/2018 17:31:00
Domestic complaint
1599 Grant Ave.


Police responded to Grant Ave. for a report of a 
domestic dispute. Police spoke to both parties 
involved and discovered it to be verbal only.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0937 08 
Date: 08/19/2018 17:13:00
Assist other unit
E. Pershing St./Washington St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were asked by Salem PD to assist in 
transporting arrestees. Police stood by but were 
unable to assist due to being dispatched to 
another call.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0936 08 
Date: 08/19/2018 15:48:00
Parking Complaint
998 Jones Dr.


Police responded to Jones Dr. for a parking 
complaint. Police spoke with the owner of the 
vehicle and advised him to move it off the 
roadway.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0935 08 
Date: 08/19/2018 03:15:00
Suspicious person
1240 W State St.



Police responded to the above area for a male 
individual who was walking westbound on W. 
State St. who was yelling obscenities. 

Police searched the area unable to locate anyone. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0934 08 
Date: 08/19/2018 00:57:00
Trespassing Complaint
Cry Baby Bridge


Caller/Complainant: Officer J. Smith 928



Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle on Egypt Road 
at Cry Baby Bridge. Police spoke with the 
subjects and advised them that they were 
trespassing and needed to leave. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0933 08 
Date: 08/18/2018 18:25:00
Juvenile complaint
1133 Prospect St., #9B


Police were on another call and had Salem PD 
respond to the 1100 block of Prospect St. for a 
juvenile swinging a metal rod at other people. 

Police spoke with the babysitter who advised the 
juvenile had hit her with the rod but did not wish to 
pursue anything. 

The mother of the juvenile was contacted and 
responded to the scene. She was advised of the 
incident.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0931 08 
Date: 08/18/2018 17:13:00
Assist other Agency
2136 SR 45


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Police responded to the 2100 block of SR 45 to 
assist CCSO with a welfare check. Police 
attempted to make contact at the residence and 
nobody was home. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0930 08 
Date: 08/18/2018 11:08:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Painter Rd. 1700 blk


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police along with the Perry Twp. Fire Dept. and 
the Perry Twp. Road Dept. responded to the the 
1700 lbk of Painter Rd. for a reported tree down 
blocking the roadway and leaning on phone lines. 

Upon arrival it was found to be inside the city 
limits and the Salem Road Dept. responded and 
removed the tree.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0929 08 
Date: 08/18/2018 00:46:00
Assist other Agency
200 block of W. 4th St.


Officer assisted Salem PD in the 200 block of W 
4th St. after they were involved with a foot pursuit. 
Officer assisted in controlling the male until he 
could be secured onto the gurney for 
transportation to the Salem ER. 

Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
SFD - Salem Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0928 08 
Date: 08/18/2018 00:32:00
Burglary
1599 Grant Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Derrik Bruce


Police responded to the above address for a 
reported burglary. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the complainant who advised that he is in the 
process of moving and that when he returned 
home this evening he realized some of his 
belongings to be missing .


Police did observe what appeared to be force 
entry into the property and documented such with 
photos. Police obtained a list of items that were 
stolen, the complainant could not how ever show 
proof of ownership or have serial numbers for any 
items that were taken. The complainant advised 
of a possible suspect to who could have taken 
these items. 

Police did follow up with a male subject and 
advised that an investigation was occurring. That 
male advised that he did purchase two items from 
the complainant and did have a proof of sale for 
said items. 

Police checked for the other item's at the suspects 
residence not finding anything matching that was 
stolen.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0927 08 
Date: 08/17/2018 19:32:00
Assist other Agency
295 Rose Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to 295 Rose Ave to assist 
Salem PD with a reported domestic. Officer stood 
by until Salem PD cleared the scene.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0926 08 
Date: 08/17/2018 13:44:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
594 Benton Road



Caller/Complainant: Robert Metzgar



Complainant from the 500blk of Benton Road 
responded to the Perry Township Police STORIES 
to report that their checking account had been 
compromised starting around June of this year. 
Complainant believes that their account may have 
been compromised earlier, but could not be sure. 

Complainant was advised to contact his lending 
institution to get a complete breakdown of the 
fraudulent charges and return with the findings.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0925 08 
Date: 08/17/2018 09:01:00
Theft report
1360 W. State Street, #23



Caller/Complainant: Barbara Gordon



Police responded to 1360 W. State Street for a 
report of a theft. Police arrived on scene and 
spoke with the complainant who reported that a 
cedar rocking chair was removed from their 
property sometime overnight. 

Complainant believed that a relative may have 
taken the chair and burned it on a fire in retaliation 
for calling the police on them.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0924 08 
Date: 08/17/2018 08:30:00
Reckless Operator
SR 45, South of US 62


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police received a transferred 911 call from Salem 
PS reference a reckless operator on SR 45 south 
of US 62, described as a dark grey Jeep, headed 
southbound on SR 45. 

Police checked the area from S. Lincoln Ave to W. 
State Street and did not locate the vehicle in 
question.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0923 08 
Date: 08/17/2018 05:33:00
Suspicious person
1247 Highland Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Helen Elevick



Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious person report. It was advised from the 
complainant that someone rang her front door bell 
but no one was there upon checking. The 
complainant further advised that this has 
happened before in the past. 

Police checked the area and side streets to see if 
anyone was out. Police made negative contact 
with anyone in the area .

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0913 08 
Date: 08/14/2018 07:08:58
Threats or harassment
410 Benton Road



Caller/Complainant: Amanda Jackson



Complainant on station to report that she received 
a threatening text message from an ex boyfriend 
and is concerned for her safety.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0912 08 
Date: 08/14/2018 06:03:00
Prowlers
623 Bethel Dr.



Caller/Complainant: Dominic Quinn



Police responded to the above address for reports 
of a prowler on the complainants roof. While 
enroot it was advised that the complainant thinks 
the prowler is now gone. Upon arrival police along 
with the complainant checked the exterior of the 
residence to assure everything was as it should 
be. The complainant advised nothing appears to 
be out of order. 

The complainant was unable to get a description 
of anyone. Police checked the area to see if 
anyone could be located making negative contact. 
Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0911 08 
Date: 08/14/2018 01:20:00
Suspicious vehicle
Freshmark Employee Parkinglot



Policer responded to the above area for a 
suspicious vehicle going up and down the isles. It 
was advised that it was a red sports car. Upon 
arrival police searched the area unable to locate a 
vehicle matching the description. Police cleared 
without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0910 08 
Date: 08/13/2018 22:41:00
Open door
Perry Twp. South Station



Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Police responded to a complaint of an open 
garage door at the South Station. Police checked 
the interior and closed the open door.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0909 08 
Date: 08/13/2018 21:38:00
Juvenile complaint
2198 N. Ellsworth Ave.



Police met with a female complainant on station in 
reference to a sexual imposition of a minor case 
that took place approximately a year ago. Police 
advised the female complainant of her options.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0908 08 
Date: 08/13/2018 00:08:00
Animal complaint
1358 W. State St.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a loose K9 running 
around in the yard of the above address. Upon 
speaking with an individual who lives at the 
residence it was advised that the k9 has been 
running around for a while. Police had an 
Alchemy Acres representative respond to the 
scene to take it to the animal sanctuary on Depot 
Rd. Police cleared once the k9 was captured.





Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0897 08 
Date: 08/11/2018 15:24:00
Possible Impaired Driver
N. Ellsworth Ave. near US 62 (4 lane)



Caller/Complainant: Boardman PD



Police responded to the area of N. Ellsworth Ave. 
near the US 64 (4 lane) for a report of a possible 
impaired driver heading south into the Township. 
Police stood by in the area and were unable to 
locate the vehicle in question.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0908 08 
Date: 08/13/2018 00:08:00
Animal complaint
1358 W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford


Officer on patrol noticed a loose K9 running 
around in the yard of the above address. Upon 
speaking with an individual who lives at the 
residence it was advised that the k9 has been 
running around for a while. Police had an 
Alchemy Acres representative respond to the 
scene to take it to the animal sanctuary on Depot 
Rd. Police cleared once the k9 was captured.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0907 08 
Date: 08/12/2018 23:18:00
Investigate complaint
1599 Grant Ave



Police responded to the above address for reports 
of suspicious activity. It was advised from the 
complainant that the people who live at the 
residence are in the process of moving and was 
unsure if it was the individuals who were moving 
or if there was people trespassing on the property. 

Police spoke to the individuals at the residence 
who were the homeowners who did advised they 
were just packing up a load to take to their new 
residence.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0906 08 
Date: 08/12/2018 19:47:00
Theft
1740 Harrison Ave.



Police responded to Harrison Ave. for a report of a 
stolen firearm. Police spoke with both parties 
involved and gathered information. The gun was 
later returned at a neutral location. No charges 
were wanted to be filed.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0905 08 
Date: 08/12/2018 19:38:00
Disabled vehicle
US 62/N. Ellsworth Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police located a disabled tractor trailer on US 62 
and N. Ellsworth Ave.. Police stood by until the 
vehicle was able to be moved from the roadway.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Curtis Hetherington 929





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0904 08 
Date: 08/12/2018 15:19:00
Narcotics complaint
Cunningham rd



Police were dispatched to Cunningham RD for a 
narcotics complaint . Caller stated he found 2 
syringes on the side of the road while walking 
home. Police recovered the items and properly 
disposed of them.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0903 08 
Date: 08/12/2018 12:18:00
Assist other unit
E. 4th St. at Rose Ave



Caller/Complainant: Green, Sgt. D.



Police responded to the area of E. 4th St. at Rose 
Ave to assist Salem Police Dept. with large fight 
between multiple subjects. Upon arrival police 
assisted Salem Police with the scene until the 
situation was under control.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0902 08 
Date: 08/12/2018 07:05:00
Assist other unit
Dr. Shiver's Office



Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Police responded to the 2900 blk of SR 45 to 
assist the Columbiana County Sheriff's Office with 
an alarm drop at a local business. Upon arrival 
police checked the building finding all windows 
and doors secure.




fficer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0901 08 
Date: 08/11/2018 22:59:00
911 hang-up
240 Apple Street


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Police responded to the 200 block of Apple Street 
for a 911 hang up call. Police arrived and spoke 
with the residents, the female told police she was 
calling for her husband to be checked out by EMS 
and he did not want her to call. Police notified 
dispatch to have EMS respond and check out the 
male subject. KLG arrived on scene, police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0900 08 
Date: 08/11/2018 20:42:00
Trespassing Complaint
Egypt Road @ Cry Baby Bridge



Caller/Complainant: Goshen Police Dept.



Police responded to Egypt Road at Cry Baby 
Bridge for several subjects trespassing. Police 
spoke with the individuals and notified the 
subjects they were trespassing and needed to 
leave immediately. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0898 08 
Date: 08/11/2018 18:57:00
Noise Complaint
1775 South Lincoln Ave



Caller/Complainant: David Floyd



Police responded to the 1700 block of South 
Lincoln Ave for a noise complaint. Police spoke 
with the complainant and notified the complainant 
there was nothing we could do about the noise 
coming from Fresh Mark. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0899 08 
Date: 08/11/2018 19:18:00
Investigate complaint
1960 SR45



Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the area of SR45 near the 
Township limits for a vehicle operating recklessly . 
Police stopped and question the subject and he 
appeared normal. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Channing Hank 926





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0896 08 
Date: 08/11/2018 10:34:00
Stolen vehicle
1684 N. Lincoln Ave



Caller/Complainant: Lisa Shafer



Police responded to the 1600 blk of N. Lincoln 
Ave for a reported stolen vehicle. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the complainant who advised 
that they are attempting to get a deceased 
relatives belongings ready for auction and they 
can not locate one of the vehicles the relative 
owned. The vehicle was entered into LEADS.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0895 08 
Date: 08/11/2018 10:12:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
Cider Mill Rd. 1900 blk



Police responded to the 1900 blk of Cider Mill Rd. 
for a report of a tree blocking the roadway. Upon 
arrival police found that a large tree branch had 
fallen onto the roadway blocking one lane of 
travel. Police contacted the Fire Dept. to remove 
the tree due to the road dept. being unavailable to 
respond.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0893 08 
Date: 08/10/2018 20:30:00
Felony warrant - Arrest Made
965 Elberon Ave



Caller/Complainant: Curt Hetherington



Police responded to 965 Elberon Ave after being 
made aware of an active felony warrant out of 
Columbiana County. Upon arrival Police 
subsequently arrested, Katherine S. Elliott (35) of 
965 Elberon Ave, Salem, OH, 44460 for 
Dangerous Drugs. 

Ms. Elliott was transported to the Columbiana 
County jail complex to await her hearing.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0892 08 
Date: 08/10/2018 13:59:00
Mental
1928 S. Lincoln Ave, #2



Caller/Complainant: Rachel McKenzie



Officer responded to a report of a male subject 
suffering from Dementia. The complainant stated 
that the male subject just left the house walking 
towards SR 45. Officer arrived along with KLG 
and spoke with the male subject. 

The male subject did not know any current events 
or his DOB. The male subject was transported by 
KLG to Salem ER for evaluation.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0891 08 
Date: 08/10/2018 12:43:00
Assist other unit
2727 Cuningham Road



Caller/Complainant: S.O., Columbiana



police requested to assist Columbiana County 
S.O. in the 2700 block of Cunningham Road 
reference a male subject attempting to commit 
suicide. 

The male subject was located and transported 
back out of the fields to an ambulance who 
transported the male to St. Elizabeth hospital.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 
Michael Emigh 921



External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0888 08 
Date: 08/08/2018 19:18:00
Neighbor complaint
1360 W. State St. lot 27



Police were dispatched to the 1300 block of W. 
State St. for a neighbor complaint about loud 
arguing. 

Upon arrival police made contact with the involved 
parties who stated that they were just arguing 
over the dogs in the apartment trying to attack the 
cats . There was no physical contact just verbal 
argument.




Officer(s)
Jordan 923 Reynolds Yes
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0887 08 
Date: 08/08/2018 16:31:00
Threats or harassment
1192 E 11th st



Caller/Complainant: Don Stapleton



Police were dispatched to the 1100 block of E. 
11th St. for a complaint about a neighbor. Upon 
arrival police met with the complainant who stated 
his neighbor was harassing him while he was 
measuring for a fence. 

Police spoke with the neighbor that stated she 
thought he was on her property, both parties were 
advised to stop speaking with each other and to 
stay separated.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0886 08 
Date: 08/08/2018 15:14:00
Assist other Agency
Memorial Park


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officer responded to assist Salem PD in locating 
a male subject somewhere in Memorial Park that 
ingested numerous prescription pills. 

Officers were able to make contact with the male 
subject in the park. Male subject was transported 
by EMT for medical treatment.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Jordan Reynolds 923
Curtis Hetherington 929




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
SFD - Salem Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0885 08 
Date: 08/08/2018 14:10:00
911 hang-up
1152 W. Perry St.



Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Officer responded to a hang-up 911 call. Officer 
spoke with Brenda McFarland and Alpino Raneri. 
Both stated that they did not call 911. Officer 
found no active warrants on either subject and 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0884 08 
Date: 08/08/2018 11:41:47
Neighbor complaint
1360 W. State St., #27



Caller/Complainant: Constance Freeman



Officers responded to 1360 W. State St for a 
report of a neighbor complaint. Officers spoke 
with the complainant and she stated that her 
neighbors at lot #27 are fighting. Officers spoke 
with Samuel Lapin and Shawntai Beiling at lot 
#27. 


Officers found that both were arguing loudly inside 
the trailer. Officers advised them to keep there 
voices down and if there behavior continued 
charges could follow. Officers cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0883 08 
Date: 08/07/2018 17:04:30
Theft / Lost Prescription Drugs
846 Heritage ln



Caller/Complainant: Shane Gibson



Police were contacted by phone about packages 
being delivered to a home in the 800 block of 
Heritage ln. The caller stated that it is medicine for 
his diabetic son and also stated that when he 
tracked the packages they said delivered but they 
were nowhere on his property.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0882 08 
Date: 08/07/2018 16:27:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
Quaker Manufacturing
187 Georgetown rd



Police were dispatched to the 100 block of 
Georgetown rd to speak with an employee about 
a subject being removed after failing a drug test. 
Upon arrival the subject was already off of the 
property with no further incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0881 08 
Date: 08/07/2018 15:18:00
Burglary - Arrest Made
1245 W. State St



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of W. 
State street for a burglary. Perry Twp. Police and 
Salem Police cleared the residence and found a 
broken window on a door where entry was made 
and a flat screen television was stolen. 

Upon reviewing video evidence of the suspect 
and suspect vehicle, Police responded to N. 
Madison Ave. and subsequently arrested John W 
. Jarvis II(41), LKA: Salem, OH for Burglary and 
Criminal Trespass. After searching the residence 
and finding John Jarvis hiding under a bed. Mr. 
Jarvis was transported to the Perry Twp. PD for 
processing before being transported to the 
Columbiana County jail.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929 
Channing Hank 926



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0880 08 
Date: 08/07/2018 13:01:00
911 hang-up
943 E. Pinelake



Caller/Complainant: Salem, PD



Police responded to the above location reference 
a 911 hang up. Police made contact with the 
owner who advised it was accidentally dialed.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0879 08 
Date: 08/07/2018 01:40:00
Animal complaint
Goshen Rd @ 2017



Caller/Complainant: Goshen Twp



Goshen Twp Pd advised of a deceased deer in 
the roadway on Goshen Rd. Upon arrival police 
moved the deer off the roadway and cleared.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0878 08 
Date: 08/07/2018 00:05:00
Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
399 W. Pinelake Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z Sanford



Police responded to the above address to attempt 
a warrant arrest on one of the the individual's who 
resides there. 

Upon arrival police spoke with an individual who 
lives at the residence who advised that the 
wanted individual was there. Police then spoke 
with and subsequently arrested Justin Davis (33) 
of 399 W. Pinelake Rd. Salem, Ohio 44460 on an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County for 
failure to appear on child support. 

Mr. Davis was taken into custody and was 
transported to a designated area where he was 
released into the custody of a Columbiana County 
Deputy. Once Mr. Davis was released police 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0872 08 
Date: 08/06/2018 05:51:00
Disabled vehicle
SR9 @ SR45



Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle on the side of 
the road with its four ways on. Police spoke with 
the operator who advised that he ran out of gas 
and that he had help on the way. Police stood by 
with the operator until the vehicle got fuel and 
cleared once it got moving.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0863 08 
Date: 08/04/2018 12:47:00
Stolen vehicle
347 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Police spoke with a male subject on station in 
reference to an Unauthorized use of a Motor 
Vehicle complaint from the 300 blk of W. Pidgeon 
Rd. This incident is under investigation, charges 
are pending.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0871 08 
Date: 08/06/2018 01:57:00
Neighbor complaint
1203 Depot Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Rick Hickman



Police responded to the above address in 
reference to the complainant's neighbor calling 
the complainant and his girlfriend names. Upon 
arrival the complainant advised the his neighbor 
was yelling and screaming obscenities towards 
them. 

Police spoke with the other individual involved 
about the matter. Police advised the individual to 
stay inside for the remainder of the morning and 
also gave him a warning for disorderly conduct. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0870 08 
Date: 08/05/2018 22:23:00
Assist other unit
445 Continental Dr., #20



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem Police Department requested assistance at 
the above location for an accidental firearm 
discharge in an apartment building. Perry Twp. 
Police stood by while Salem Pd conducted their 
investigation and cleared when no longer needed.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Anthony Konders 927
Curtis Hetherington 929




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0869 08 
Date: 08/05/2018 21:13:00
Assist other unit
944 E. 4th st


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were dispatched to assist Salem Police 
Department for a possible suicidal female at the 
900 block of E. 4th street in the city of Salem. 
Upon arrival police made contact with the female 
and her roommate who stated the female had 
taken several types of medication. Salem fire 
department was on scene and EMT transported 
the female to Salem Regional.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
SFD - Salem Fire Department
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0868 08 
Date: 08/05/2018 17:11:46
Disabled vehicle
N. Lincoln Ave./US 62


Caller/Complainant: Jarrod Westover



The complainant left his vehicle, a 2003 Chevrolet 
Cavalier, in a grassy area on N. Lincoln Ave. near 
US 62 and when he returned it was gone. Police 
had the vehicle towed earlier in the day.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0867 08 
Date: 08/05/2018 15:19:00
Domestic complaint
2234 N. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to N. Lincoln Ave. for a report of 
a domestic dispute. Police spoke to both parties 
who advised it was verbal only. The female half 
voluntarily left the residence for the evening.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0866 08 
Date: 08/05/2018 05:58:34
Investigate complaint
1859 Cider Mill Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a mailbox broken on the 
side of the road. The mailbox belonged to the 
above listed address. Police spoke with the 
homeowner and advised them that it was in the 
middle of the road. The home owner advised that 
she thinks her daughters friends mother may have 
backed into it causing the damage. Police advised 
a report would be on file.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0865 08 
Date: 08/04/2018 20:17:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 45



While on patrol police noticed a vehicle sitting on 
the side of SR 45 that appeared to be disabled. 
Upon contact police met with a male and his wife 
and children that stated their vehicle was leaking 
fuel and they were unable to drive it. 

The owner of the vehicle asked if police could 
contact a towing company. Sinsleys towing 
removed the vehicle for the owner.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0864 08 
Date: 08/04/2018 17:43:00
Mental
1928 S. Lincoln Ave, #2



Police were advised of a male subject with 
dementia that took his vehicle and left his 
residence. Police located the vehicle and 
conducted a traffic stop on it on W. State St.. The 
male subject was agitated in his state of mind and 
Salem PD was contacted for assistance to detain 
the male subject. 

KLG responded on scene to transport the male 
subject to Salem Regional. The subjects wife and 
daughter responded on scene to remove the 
vehicle.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0862 08 
Date: 08/04/2018 02:54:00
Property damage accident
US 62 near Smith Goshen Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl Z Sanford


A Perry Twp. Police Officer struck a raccoon while 
transporting a prisoner on US 62 near Smith 
Goshen Rd. in Damascus, OH, 44619. The Patrol 
unit sustained minor damage to the right side of 
the front bumper and was driven from the scene.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0861 08 
Date: 08/04/2018 00:23:00
Domestic complaint - Arrest Made
616 Stewart Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Tanya Mccallister



Police responded to the above address for a 
domestic dispute. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the complainant who advised that her cousin and 
her father-in-law had gotten into a verbal 
altercation. Police spoke with both the father -in-
law and the cousin who advised nothing physical 
occurred just verbal. While running everyone 
through dispatch it was advised that the cousin Mr 
. Daniel Wickham (33) of 616 Steward Rd. Salem 
Ohio had an active warrant out of Canton PD. 
Police had dispatch confirm the warrant and get 
ahold of Canton Pd to see if the wanted him. 
Canton Pd advised that they would take him. 

Subsequently Mr . Wickham was placed into 
custody and was transported to a designated area 
so that he could be released to Canton Pd. Mr. 
Wickham was released into their custody and 
police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Curtis Hetherington 929





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0860 08 
Date: 08/03/2018 17:13:00
Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
Georgetown Rd. at SR 45



Police responded to the intersection of 
Georgetown Rd. at SR 45 for a reported two 
vehicle accident. Upon arrival police found that a 
2017 Cadillac Escalade (Silver) driven by Michael 
A. Conny (54) of Alliance, OH, 44601 was 
eastbound on Georgetown Rd. stopped at the 
stop sign at SR 45 and was struck from behind by 
a 2006 Dodge Ram 155 (Red) driven by Alex R. 
Burson (20) of Beloit, OH, 44609 who was also 
eastbound on Georgetown Rd. and failed to stop 
in assured clear distance ahead. 

Mr. Burson was issued a citation for Assured 
Clear Distance Ahead and given a court date of 8-
17-2018 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. Subjects complaining of 
injuries were treated at the scene by KLG 
ambulance personnel. Both vehicles sustained 
minor damage and were driven from the scene.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0859 08 
Date: 08/03/2018 16:07:13
Vandalism
1234 Pembrooke Dr, #C



Caller/Complainant: Adrienne Filbert



Officer responded to vandalism report at 1234 Apt 
C Pembrooke Dr. Officer spoke with the 
complainant and she stated that she had to take 
her Blue 2014 Chevy Cruze to Stadium GM for a 
mechanical problem. The complainant stated that 
Stadium GM advised that they found her gas tank 
half full of water. The complainant stated that her 
vehicle was parked overnight in front of the pool 
house. The complainant advised her insurance 
was through Grange Insurance.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0857 08 
Date: 08/02/2018 23:46:00
Civil Complaint
1278 Elberon Ave.



Police took a report over the phone which was 
civil in nature. The complainant advised that her 
mother kicked her out of her house and that she 
has no where else to go. The complainant 
advised that she has lived there since December 
of 2017 and that she dose receive mail there. 

Police then responded to the above address to 
speak with the mother and advised her that she 
just cant kick her daughter out being that she has 
established residency. Police explained the 
eviction process to the mother. 

The mother advised that her daughter could come 
back for the evening and that there would be no 
further problems. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0856 08 
Date: 08/02/2018 20:13:00
Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
510 Walnut St.



CallerComplainant: Reynolds, Ptl. J.



Police on patrol came across a wanted subject in 
the 500 blk of Walnut St. inside the Salem city 
limits. Police made contact and subsequently 
arrested, Zachary A. Kenst (25) of 510 Walnut St., 
Salem, OH, 44460 for Criminal Trespass and 
Possession of Criminal Tools. 

Mr. Kenst was transported to the Perry Twp. 
Police Department for processing and then to the 
Columbiana County Jail complex wot await his 
court date of 8-3-2018 at 8:30 am to appear in the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0855 08 
Date: 08/02/2018 16:30:00
Assist other unit
W. 10th St. at N. Ellsworth Ave


CallerComplainant: Osberg, Ptl. D.


Police assisted the Salem Police Department on a 
traffic stop at the intersection of W. 10th St. at N. 
Ellsworth Ave. Police stood by while Salem Police 
conducted their investigation and subsequent 
arrest of the operator.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0854 08 
Date: 08/02/2018 14:39:00
Parking Complaint
1267 Stewart Rd.



Police responded to the 1200 blk of Stewart Rd. 
for a parking complaint. Upon arrival police 
checked the area and found that the offending 
vehicle had left prior to police arrival.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0853 08 
Date: 08/02/2018 08:17:00
Vandalism
Circle K 1827 S. Lincoln Ave.


CallerComplainant: Martin, Christine (manager)


Police responded to Circle K south for a report of 
damage to a gas pump. Manager advised that 
around 2:45am 08/02/2018 a maroon Oldsmobile 
Alero, with a young male driver, pulled away from 
a pump with the nozzle still attached to the 
vehicle.

Witness stated that the young male subject 
backed the vehicle up, took the nozzle out of his 
vehicle and drove away without notifying any 
employee of the damage. Contact since has been 
made with the owner of the vehicle and restitution 
will be made for the damages.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0852 08 
Date: 08/02/2018 07:25:00
Private Property Accident
782 Benton Road


Police, along EMT Ambulance Service and the 
Perry Township First Responders, responded to 
the 700blk of Benton Road for a report of an ATV 
accident. Police arrived on scene and found that 
Robert Anthony Levine (47) of 782 Benton 
Road,Salem, was operating a 2011 Suzuki 
Kingquad (yellow) in his back yard, when he was 
thrown off. Mr. Levine claimed to have suffered 
possible injuries and was transported to Salem 
Regional Medical Center for further evaluation.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department 
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0851 08 
Date: 08/01/2018 21:01:00
Theft
410 Benton Rd, #1A



CallerComplainant: Kacey Rohaley



Officers responded to a theft report at 410 Benton 
Rd. Officers spoke with the complainant, Kacey 
Rohaley. The complainant stated that her sister 
had sent her two packages from QVC and she 
has never received them to this day. Today she 
went to speak with her neighbor in the same 
building. 

The complainant states that she observed a QVC 
box with her name on it through her neighbor's 
window. The female juvenile neighbor would not 
talk with the complainant. Officers spoke with the 
female juvenile and she stated that she had both 
packages that were left at her door. The female 
juvenile still had the second package that was left 
at the door but sold the first one. Statements and 
pictures were taken. 

All information will be forwarded to the Juvenile 
Prosecutor's Office.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924 
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0850 08 
Date: 08/01/2018 16:53:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
Benton rd SR45


Police were dispatched to a 2 car accident at the 
intersection of SR45 and Benton Rd. Unit 1 
Pontiac Gand Prix (blue) was driven by a Daniel 
Hofus Jr. (18) of Youngstown, Oh 44512 no 
injuries and the vehicle was towed by Davidsons 
towing.

Unit 2 Chevrolet Colorado (blue) driven by a Brian 
Powell (59) of Kent, Oh 44240 no injuries and the 
vehicle was driven away from the scene.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929 
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0842 07 
Date: 07/31/2018 10:07:00
Traffic jam/road blocked
SR 45 between Georgetown Road & W. State 
Street



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the area of SR 45 between 
W. State Street & Georgetown Road for a report 
of pine trees blocking the roadway called in by 
Salem PD. Police arrived on scene and found that 
pieces of shrubs apparently had fallen off of a 
truck, but were found to be off of the roadway and 
not a hazard. ODOT was contacted.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0846 07 
Date: 07/31/2018 22:30:00
Recovered property
1240 West State St.



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of West 
State street . Upon arrival the subject stated that 
he found one of his 1960's guitars in his boat near 
the end of his driveway. The caller stated the 
guitar was in his residence a couple days before 
he found it.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0845 07 
Date: 07/31/2018 21:15:00
Neighbor complaint
1016 Liberty St


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were dispatched to the 1000 block of 
Liberty street for a neighbor complaint. The caller 
stated there was yelling and they were concerned. 
Upon arrival police spoke with a female and a 
male that were involved and both stated it was 
just an argument and nothing got physical. The 
female part left the residence without incident.




Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0844 07 
Date: 07/31/2018 13:05:00
Investigate complaint
Manor Leasing



Police spoke with the office manager of Manor 
Leasing reference an female who has stop 
making her lease payments on her car and that 
the car may have been taken out of state. 
Charges will be prepared and sent to the C .C. 
municipal courts for a issuance of a warrant for 
Unauthorized use.




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0843 07 
Date: 07/31/2018 11:38:00
Investigate complaint
1936 Cider Mill Road



Caller/Complainant: Paul Esenwein



Complainant from the 1900blk of Cider Mill Road 
reported finding a green dye in their creek and 
believed that it might be anti freeze. Police along 
with the Perry Township Fire Department, 
responded to the scene and found that the green 
dye was from a neighbors residence in the area 
who were having their septic tested by the county.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0840 07 
Date: 07/30/2018 21:37:00
Possible Impaired Driver
SR 45 bypass



Caller/Complainant: Annonymous


Officers responded to a possible impaired driver 
traveling southbound on the SR 45 bypass. 
Anonymous caller stated that the vehicle was a 
Honda SUV with no headlights and taillights. 
Officers checked the area but not locate the 
vehicle.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0839 07 
Date: 07/30/2018 21:23:00
Civil Complaint
1599 Grant St.


Caller/Complainant: Derrik Bruce



Police spoke with the complainant over the phone 
in reference to a civil matter. The caller advised 
his wife left him and damaged some of their 
property. Police advised him of his options.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0838 07 
Date: 07/30/2018 20:24:00
Juvenile complaint
1800 block Countryside Dr.



Police responded to the 1800 block of 
Countryside Dr. for a report of two juveniles with 
airsoft guns. Police followed the juveniles home 
and spoke with the parents advising them the 
dangers of their actions.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Richard Kimble 924





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0837 07 
Date: 07/29/2018 23:32:00
Disabled vehicle
Bypass near Benton Rd



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z Sanford



Officer on patrol in the above area noticed a 
vehicle on the side of the road with its hazard 
lights on. Police spoke with the operator who 
advised that she had ran out of gas and that she 
did have help on the way. Police stood by until 
someone came with gas. The vehicle was fueled 
up and cleared.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0830 07 
Date: 07/28/2018 06:34:00
Noise Complaint
397 Plymoth Pl.


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. It was advised that a truck was 
running in the driveway for an extended period of 
time. Upon arrival police made contact with the 
vehicle owner who shut it off. Police cleared




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0828 07 
Date: 07/27/2018 22:14:05
Suspicious person
2162 Goshen Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Randy Hertzel



Officers responded to a suspicious person at 
2162 Goshen Rd. Officers arrived and spoke with 
the complainant. The complainant advised that he 
observed an unknown person walking down his 
tree line headed towards Pine Lake Rd. 

Officers checked the area including the woods but 
could not locate anyone. Officers cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0836 07 
Date: 07/29/2018 18:06:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
John Kueflitners


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at Jon 
Kuefliteners for a marked lanes violation that took 
place in the township .

Police identified all individuals in the vehicle and 
found one of the passengers, Chrystal L. 
Westover(34), LKA: Alliance, OH to have an 
active warrant through Stark County for Perjury. 
Ms. Westover was subsequently placed into 
custody. A search of Ms. Westover's person was 
conducted and an unknown pill was found in her 
jean pocket. 

Salem PD's K9 unit was called to the scene and 
showed positive indication on the vehicle. During 
a search of the vehicle, a small flip mirror was 
located with an unknown residue on it. The driver, 
William D. Szakacs(23), LKA: Minerva, OH was 
issued a citation for Marked Lanes. 

Ms. Westover was transported to an agreed upon 
location and was transferred into Stark County SO 
custody. The pill and mirror will be sent to the lab 
for testing.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0835 07 
Date: 07/29/2018 09:41:00
Medical
1822 SR 9



Caller/Complainant: Perry Twp FD



Police responded to the 1800 block of SR 9 to 
assist the FD with a medical call. Police stood by 
until they were no longer needed.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0834 07 
Date: 07/28/2018 23:35:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
US62/45 @ the interchange



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z Sanford


Perry Twp. Police conducted a traffic stop on a 
grey 2009 Saturn Aura owned/operated by Jesse 
Leonard, (39), 222 Idaho Ave., Salem Ohio 44460 
for an equipment violation. 

Upon speaking with the drive police advised 
Leonard he was stopped for having only one 
headlight. Police asked if anything illegal was in 
the vehicle and Leonard produced several burnt 
marijuana cigarettes and also a container which 
contained marijuana drug paraphernalia. Police 
asked Leonard when the last time it was that he 
had used illegal drugs(marijuana), Leonard stated 
an hour ago. 

Police further conducted a search of the vehicle 
only finding what Leonard gave police. After a 
search of the vehicle was complete, police ran 
Leonard though Standard Field Sobriety Test in 
which Leonard did not perform well. 

Subsequently do the the admission of smoking 
marijuana and the contraband that was obtained 
police placed Mr. Leonard under arrest for drug 
OVI and transported him to the Perry Twp. PD to 
obtain a urine sample. Due to Mr. Leonard unable 
to provide a sufficient amount of urine the test 
stood as a refusal. 

Mr. Leonard was given a citation for one 
headlight, OVI, possession of marijuana, and 
possession of drug paraphernalia and was given 
a mandatory court appearance date of 07-31-
2018 at the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 
After all citations were issued Mr. Leonard had 
gotten a ride home.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP
Salem City - Salem Police Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0833 07 
Date: 07/28/2018 18:52:00
Medical
1152 W. Perry St



Police responded to W. Perry St for a report of a 
possible overdose. 

EMT and Perry FD responded on scene to 
evaluate the male subject before he was 
transported to Salem Regional Hospital.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Jonathan Smith 928




External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0832 07 
Date: 07/28/2018 16:53:00
Suspicious person
1360 W. State St



Police checked the wooded area behind 1360 W. 
State St. for a male subject living in a tent. Police 
checked the area but were unable to locate 
anyone.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0831 07 
Date: 07/28/2018 16:38:00
Domestic complaint - Arrest Made
1360 W. State St., #27




Police responded to 1360 W. State St. Lot 27, for 
a report of a domestic dispute. Police attempted 
to speak to both parties but Shawntai M. 
Beiling(29), LKA: Salem, OH, did not allow Police 
to enter the residence to speak to the other half. 

Ms. Beiling was subsequently placed into custody 
for Obstruction of Official Business and Resisting 
Arrest. 

While speaking to the other half inside the 
residence, two marijuana pipes were seen in plain 
view. Samuel J. lapin II (30), LKA: Salem, OH was 
issued a M.M. Citation for Drug Paraphernalia. 

Photos were taken of the broken window. Ms. 
Beiling was transported to the Perry Twp PD for 
processing before being transported to the 
Columbiana County jail.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927






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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0829 07 
Date: 07/28/2018 02:44:00
Suspicious vehicle - Under Investigation
ST RT 9



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Perry Twp. Police was notified by Salem PD that a 
male individual called them to report that he and 
his cousin were pulled over by a black or dark 
blue colored Crown Victoria police cruiser with 
overhead lights on it on ST RT 9. It was advised 
that no one ever got out of the cruiser just that 
they were stopping cars and then pulling off. The 
incident is under investigation.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0827 07 
Date: 07/27/2018 20:31:00
Suspicious person
Cry Baby Bridge



Officers responded to Pine Lake Rd at Egypt Rd 
for a report of 6 to 8 kids messing around the old 
bridge. Officers checked the area but could not 
locate anyone. Officers cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0826 07 
Date: 07/27/2018 20:23:00
Hunters/target shooters
794 Benton Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Annonymous



Officers responded to a shooting complainant in 
the 700 block of Benton Rd. Officers made 
contact with the homeowner at Benton Rd. The 
homeowner stated that he was shooting earlier 
and showed officers his shooting range. The 
homeowner was shooting into a hillside. Officers 
advised the homeowner to be a little safer, he 
should build on the backstop a little more .

Officers cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0825 07 
Date: 07/27/2018 09:50:00
Recovered property
1064 W. State Street


Caller/Complainant: Lt. Casto



Police responded to the 1000blk of W. State 
Street, after Salem PD reported someone locating 
a green bag that was sitting next to a garage. 
Police arrived on scene and recovered a green 
RYOBI tool bag with a BAYCO flash light and saw 
blades inside. The item(s) were taken to the Perry 
Township Police STORIES for storage.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0824 07 
Date: 07/27/2018 01:20:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
SR45 near Circle K



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a tractor lawn mower 
traveling east on SR45. The lawn tractor pulled 
into Circle K on south Lincoln Ave. then 
proceeded to cross over SR45 and go west on 
SR45. 

Police initiated a traffic stop on the lawn tractor 
and spoke with the operator, Mr. Timothy R. 
Smith, (29) 581 E. Pidgeon Rd., Salem Ohio 
44460. Mr. Smith advised he was getting gas for 
his mower. Mr. Smith also had another male 
subject on the mower as well. While speaking with 
Mr. Smith and his passenger police could smell 
the scent of an alcoholic beverage coming from 
their person. 

Police ran Mr. Smith through Standard Field 
Sobriety Test finding him to be operating a moving 
vehicle while under the influence. Mr. Smith was 
placed into custody for OVI and was transported 
to Salem PD where he submitted to a breath test. 
After the breath test was completed police 
transported Mr. Smith back to the Perry Twp 
Police Dept. to finish the rest of the paperwork. 

Mr. Smith was cited with OVI and operating a slow 
moving vehicle without an emblem and was given 
a mandatory court appearance date of August 2, 
2018 at 830 am at the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court.After all the paperwork was 
complete police gave Mr. Smith a courtesy ride 
back to his residence. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Richard Kimble 924




External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Burglary
1240 W. State Street


Caller/Complainant: John Gilbert III



Police responded to the 1200blk of W. State 
Street for a report of a burglary. Police arrived on 
scene and spoke with the complainant, who 
advised that unknown person(s) entered their 
residence while they were sleeping between 
2:00am and 10:00am 07/24/2018 and removed a 
weapon from the front porch. 

Complainant also reported having a trombone and 
amplifier removed from an outbuilding.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0810 07 
Date: 07/24/2018 09:22:00
Suspicious vehicle
Painter Road @ Egypt Road


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the area of Egypt Road and 
Painter Road for a report of a suspicious vehicle. 
Police arrived on scene and spoke with several 
individuals who were found to be working for a 
logging company.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0809 07 
Date: 07/24/2018 08:54:00
Theft report
1217 W. State


Caller/Complainant: Calvin McConnell



Police spoke with complainant reference 
someone taking a gold colored solar lantern from 
his back porch during the evening hours.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0808 07 
Date: 07/24/2018 08:50:00
Investigate complaint
1150 W. State Street, #2


Police responded to the 1100blk of W. State 
Street for a report of a vehicle being damaged. 
Police arrived on scene and found that a 2004 
GMC Envoy (black) owned by Johnnie E. 
Schmutz (68) of 1150 W. State Street Apt#2, 
Salem had the back window to the vehicle broken 
out. Mr. Schmutz advised that nothing appeared 
to be missing.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0807 07 
Date: 07/24/2018 07:28:00
Attempted B&E
1205 W. State Street


Caller/Complainant: Stacey Callahan



Police responded to the 1200blk of W. State 
Street for a report of a Breaking and Entering into 
a garage. Police arrived on scene and found that 
sometime overnight, unknown person cut a pad 
lock to a door to a garage. 

Complainant advised that they did not believe 
anything had been taken, but would contact police 
if items came up missing.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922
Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0806 07 
Date: 07/23/2018 23:32:00
Suspicious person
US62 @ the bypasss



Police responded to the above area for a 
suspicious person report. It was advised from an 
anonymous complainant that they observed a 
male individual with an unknow description 
staggering along the roadway. 

Upon arrival police checked US 62 east and west 
to the twp limits. Police also checked other 
possible locations unable to locate anyone.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0805 07 
Date: 07/23/2018 14:27:00
Burglary
441 Benton Road



Caller/Complainant: Haley Foster



Police responded to the 400blk of Benton Road 
for a report of burglary. Police arrived on scene 
and spoke to the female complainant who 
reported that sometime over the past three days, 
while she was gone, unknown person entered her 
residence and removed a TV and computer from 
the residence. Complainant did not report any 
forced entry into the residence.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0804 07 
Date: 07/23/2018 13:20:00
Possible Impaired Driver
US 62-W. State Street (eastbound)



Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD



Police responded to the area of US 62-W. Street 
for a report of a possible impaired driver coming 
into Perry Township from Damascus. Police sat in 
the area and did not observe the vehicle in 
question.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0803 07 
Date: 07/23/2018 11:05:00
Civil Complaint
416 Springdale Street


Caller/Complainant: Jessica Dinsio



Complainant responded to the Perry Township 
Police STORIES to speak with an officer 
regarding a Kayak that would not be returned to 
them, after having it stored at a friends residence. 
Upon further investigation, it was found that the 
property in question, was no longer in the 
complainants name. 

Complainant was provided contact numbers to 
attempt and find out how the property was 
possibly fraudulently taken out of their name and 
put into the friends.




Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0802 07 
Date: 07/23/2018 02:36:00
Assist other unit
2160 SR 9


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Perry Twp. Police were asked by the CCSO to 
assist a deputy on a one to be removed incident 
on SR 9. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
residence owner who advised that the male had 
taken off prior to officer arrival. It was advised that 
he took off on foot and that he maybe hiding in the 
area. 

Perry Twp. Police along with the county deputy 
searched the area not locating anyone. 

The female advised she was leaving so that there 
will be no further problems. Police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0791 07 
Date: 07/21/2018 12:16:00
OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR 45 at US 62



Police responded to the intersection of SR 45 at 
US 62 for a reported two vehicle accident with 
injuries. Upon arrival police found that a 2009 
Pontiac Vibe (Blue) driven by Stacy R. Roth (45) 
of Warren, OH, 44483 was eastbound on US62 
approaching the traffic light at SR 45/N. Ellsworth 
Ave and made a left turn onto SR 45/N. Ellsworth 
Ave and was struck by a 2006 Ford E-250 (White) 
driven by Richard A. Boyer (65) of Salem, OH, 
44460 who was westbound on US 62. 

Ms. Roth was issued a citation for Failure to Yield 
Left Turn and given a court date of 8-2-2018 at 
8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. Ms. Roth and her passenger 
both sustained injuries an were transported to St. 
Elizabeth Hospital inYoungstown, OH. Mr. Boyer 
sustained minor injuries and was treated at the 
scene and released. 

Both vehicles sustained major damage and were 
towed from the scene by Sinsley's and Davidson's 
towing.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing
DT - Davidson's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0796 07 
Date: 07/21/2018 23:32:00
Neighbor complaint
1262 Andrew Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Richard Gibson



Police responded to the above address for a 
neighbor complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that a truck was squealing tires in an 
effort to up route a bush. 

Police spoke with the individuals involved and 
advised them of the complainant. They advised 
police that they would be done for the remainder 
of the evening. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0802 07 R
Date: 07/23/2018 02:36:00
Assist other unit
2160 SR 9


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Perry Twp. Police were asked by the CCSO to 
assist a deputy on a one to be removed incident 
on SR 9. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
residence owner who advised that the male had 
taken off prior to officer arrival. It was advised that 
he took off on foot and that he maybe hiding in the 
area. 

Perry Twp. Police along with the county deputy 
searched the area not locating anyone. The 
female advised she was leaving so that there will 
be no further problems. 

Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0801 07 
Date: 07/22/2018 20:10:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
1200 blk Georgetown Rd


Caller/Complainant: OSP



Police responded to the 1200 blk of Georgetown 
Rd for a report of power lines down on the 
roadway. Perry Twp FD responded and removed 
the cable wire from the roadway.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0800 07 
Date: 07/22/2018 17:27:00
Recovered property
771 W. Pidgeon Rd


Police responded to W. Pidgeon Rd. for a report 
of recovered property. Police recovered credit 
cards and advised the female subject who they 
belonged to that they would be on the Perry Twp 
PD station for pickup.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0799 07 
Date: 07/22/2018 16:11:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Sunny's Buffet parking lot


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders



Police conducted a traffic stop on a maroon 
Dodge Grand Caravan on W. State St. for a turn 
signal violation. Salem PD's K9 unit was 
contacted to conduct an open air sniff of the 
vehicle and positive canine indication was shown. 

Upon searching the vehicle, Police found a 
marijuana pipe and a brown wax-like substance 
nearby. The driver of the vehicle, Gerald E. Beiling 
Jr . (58), LKA: Salem, OH was issued a traffic 
citation for turn signal required. The passenger, 
Crystal M. Evans(31), LKA: Salem, OH was 
issued a Minor Misdemeanor citation for Drug 
Paraphernalia. 

The brown wax substance will be sent to the lab 
for testing.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0798 07 
Date: 07/22/2018 15:06:00
Reckless Operator
2200 blk Goshen Rd



Police checked the area of Goshen RD for a 
report of a vehicle driving on the roadway with a 
male subject standing on the roof of the car. 
Police checked the area but were unable to 
locate.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0797 07 
Date: 07/22/2018 06:18:00
Suspicious person
US62 SR173


Caller/Complainant: Goshen Twp


Police responded to the above area to look for a 
male individual suspected of being involved in a 
home invasion in Goshen Twp .

Police checked the area making negative contact 
with anyone matching the description that was 
given. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0795 07 
Date: 07/21/2018 22:01:00
Suspicious person
1714 Devonshire Dr.


Police responded to the 1700 block of Devonshire 
Dr. for a report of suspicious persons knocking on 
doors. Police checked the area and were unable 
to locate anyone.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926 Yes
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0794 07 
Date: 07/21/2018 19:43:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
South Lincoln Ave at Syder Road



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to South Lincoln Ave at Snyder 
Road for a reported two vehicle accident. Upon 
arrival police found 2004 Dodge Ram (Beige) 
driven by Tyler Rohr (26) of Salem Ohio, 44460 
was southbound on South Lincoln Ave 
approaching the railroad crossing near Snyder 
Road. Mr. Rohr struck a 2011 Lincoln MKS (blue) 
driven by Philip Greenisen (75) of Salem
Ohio 44460. 

Mr. Rohr was issued a citation for ACDA and 
given a mandatory court date of 7-23-2018 at 8:30 
am to appear in the Columbiana County Court. 
Both parties had no injures, and both vehicle were 
driven from the scene with minor damage.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Channing Hank 926



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0793 07 
Date: 07/21/2018 15:42:00
Suspicious person
1240 W. State St.



Police responded to the 1200 block of W. State 
St. for a report of a suspicious person. Police 
checked the property and were unable to located 
anyone.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0792 07 
Date: 07/21/2018 14:28:00
Fight
1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln 
Ave for a report of a possible fight between 
occupants of a black Dodge Dakota. Upon arrival 
police checked the area with negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0790 07 
Date: 07/20/2018 22:22:00
Burglary
1240 West Stat St.



Caller/Complainant: John Gilbert



Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of West 
State St. for a burglary. Police spoke with the 
homeowner who stated someone came to his 
house while he was at a meeting and stole 3 guns 
from his property. Homeowner also stated nothing 
else was taken from the residence.


Under Investigation



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0789 07 
Date: 07/20/2018 16:39:00
OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
1222 Georgetown Rd.


Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of 
Georgetown Rd. for a traffic accident with injuries 
. Upon arrival police found that a 2002 Dodge 
Neon (Blue) driven by Madison R. Dustman (18) 
of Beloit, OH, 44609 was westbound on 
Georgetown Rd. The vehicle went left of center, 
left the roadway, struck a mailbox and then a 
utility pole. 

Ms. Dustman was issued a citation for Failure to 
Control and given a court date of 7-31-2018 at 
8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. Ms. Dustman was transported to 
the Salem Hospital for minor injuries by KLG 
ambulance personnel. 

Sinsley's towing removed the vehicle from the 
scene.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Curtis Hetherington 929



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0788 07 
Date: 07/20/2018 13:00:00
Theft
Manor Leasing


Police spoke with representative from Manor 
leasing reference charges against a subject who 
failed to pay for a vehicle that was leased to him. 
A package was sent down to the prosecutor for 
review of charges.




Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0787 07 
Date: 07/20/2018 08:12:00
Civil Complaint
348 Springdale Street



Caller/Complainant: Stefan Jarrett


Police responded to the 300blk of Springdale 
Street after receiving a complainant of a possible 
assault. 

While police were responding, the caller called 
back and advised that police were not needed. 

Police arrived on scene and found that a female, 
who had left/was removed from the residence the 
evening prior, had returned to pick up belongings. 
Complainant allowed the female to gather her 
items, and was later be picked up by friends, due 
to not having a valid license. Police did not remain 
at the residence while items were gathered. 

Both parties were advised of the consequences if 
police had to return during this process.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0772 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 17:13:00
Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
1169 W. Perry Street


Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry 
Street for a third party call of a male breaking into 
the residents. Police spoke with the 2 female 
residents and they stated he was at the residents 
last night drinking and he returned to find his 
property .

Upon investigation police found a warrant for one 
of the females in the residents. Sheila Larkins (36) 
of Hartville, Ohio. Police transported Miss Larkins 
to Columbiana County Jail for holding until 
Jefferson County could pick up Miss Larkins.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0770 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 06:34:00
Sex offense
1266 Stewart Rd.


Police took a report on station reference a sex 
offense. Police obtained all the information and 
also a written statement from the victim and the 
victims mother. The incident is under 
investigation.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0773 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 17:38:00
Suspicious vehicle
North Lincoln at US 62



Caller/Complainant: Unknown



Police were dispatched to North Lincoln and 62 
for a suspicious vehicle that was taking pictures of 
a house off of North Lincoln .


Police checked the area and had no contact with 
the vehicle stated.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0771 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 12:01:00
Investigate complaint
1103 Liberty Street



Police took a report on station for possible drug 
activity within the southwest part of Perry 
Township. Police sent the information to the task 
force for further investigation.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0775 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 21:17:00
Assist other unit
Car wash, 1760 S. LIncoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Salem PD requested police to check the parking 
lot of a carwash in the 1700 block of S. Lincoln 
Ave. The caller advised they believed a toy gun 
was on the ground. Police recovered the item 
which was a plastic toy. Police took the object to 
Salem PD and left in their lost and found.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Curtis Hetherington 929



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0774 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 18:11:00
Suspicious vehicle
Stewart Rd. near Depot Rd.



Police spoke with the complainant over the phone 
in reference to an erratic driver. The caller advised 
they were told the operators brakes had been 
broken and they were driving to Campfs for repair. 
The vehicle was observed at that location and 
nobody around.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0777 07 
Date: 07/18/2018 05:49:00
Reckless Operator
1900 block S. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Police were asked to check the area of S. Lincoln 
Ave for a report of a reckless driver. The vehicle 
entered the city of Salem's jurisdiction before 
Police could locate. Salem PD was advised.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0776 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 21:31:00
Assist other unit
965 S. Lundy Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 900 block of S. Lundy 
Ave. to assist Salem PD on a warrant. Police 
stood by until they were no longer needed.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Curtis Hetherington 929




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0773 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 17:38:00
Suspicious vehicle
North Lincoln



Police were dispatched to North Lincoln and 62 
for a suspicious vehicle that was taking pictures of 
a house off of North Lincoln .


Police checked the area and had no contact with 
the vehicle stated.



Officer(s)
Curtis Hetherington 929



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0772 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 17:13:00
Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
1169 W. Perry Street


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Police responded to the 1100 block of W. Perry 
Street for a third party call of a male breaking into 
the residents. 

Police spoke with the 2 female residents and they 
stated he was at the residents last night drinking 
and he returned to find his property .  Upon 
investigation police found a warrant for one of the 
females in the residents. Sheila Larkins (36) of 
Hartville, Ohio. Police transported Miss Larkins to 
Columbiana County Jail for holding until Jefferson 
County could pick up Miss Larkins.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0771 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 12:01:00
Investigate complaint
1103 Liberty Street



Police took a report on station for possible drug 
activity within the southwest part of Perry 
Township. Police sent the information to the task 
force for further investigation.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0770 07 
Date: 07/17/2018 06:34:00
Sex offense
1266 Stewart Rd.



Police took a report on station reference a sex 
offense. Police obtained all the information and 
also a written statement from the victim and the 
victims mother. The incident is under 
investigation.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0769 07 
Date: 07/16/2018 21:29:00
Misdemeanor warrant - Arrest Made
1197 Jones Dr.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Hank


Police responded to 1197 Jones Dr. and 
subsequently arrested Steven Whitmer (49) for an 
active warrant out of Columbiana County. He was 
taken into custody without incident and 
transported to Columbiana County Jail.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Anthony Konders 927





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0768 07 
Date: 07/16/2018 18:09:00
Domestic complaint - Arrest Made
1143 W. Perry St, #303



Police responded to W. Perry St for a report of a 
domestic dispute. Police spoke to both subjects 
involved and subsequently arrested Elizabeth R. 
Whitten(24) and Elisha N. Whitten(22), LKA: 
Salem, OH for Domestic Violence. 

Both subjects were transported to Perry Twp. PD 
for processing before being taken to the 
Columbiana County jail.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Channing Hank 926





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0767 07 
Date: 07/16/2018 16:13:00
Civil process
1143 W. Perry St., #303



Police responded to W. Perry St for a report of a 
civil matter. Police advised the complainants of 
their options and cleared.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0766 07 
Date: 07/16/2018 15:04:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
SR 9/SR 45



Police responded to the intersection of SR 9 and 
SR 45 for a report of a two-vehicle accident. 
Police were advised the driver of a 2011 Chevrolet 
Cruze, Elizabeth S. Wyss(27), LKA: Salem, OH, 
was attempting to turn westbound onto SR 45 
from SR 9 and failed to yield for a southbound 
2016 Nissan Altima, driven by Cathie L. Miles(59), 
LKA: Dellroy, OH. 

Ms. Wyss struck the back left side of Ms. Miles' 
vehicle causing minor damage to both vehicles. 

Ms. Wyss was issued a citation for Failure to 
Yield-Left Turn. Photos were taken of the damage 
to the vehicles. Triple A responded on scene to 
remove Ms. Miles' vehicle. Ms. Wyss was able to 
drive her vehicle from the scene.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0765 07 
Date: 07/16/2018 04:20:00
Domestic complaint
Penn Star Trailer Park



Police responded to the above address for a 
report of a domestic dispute. It was advised from 
the complainant that she could hear shouting at 
the next residence over. Upon arrival Police spoke 
with the female half who was still at the residence, 
she advised the the dispute was verbal in nature 
only and that nothing physical took place. Police 
also spoke with a witness who was at the 
residence who stated the same. 

It was advised that the male half involved had left 
prior to officer arrival from the female involved and 
that he should not be returning to the residence 
for the remainder of the morning. 

Police did not observe any fresh physical 
markings on the female. Police also asked the 
female if she would like to see medical personnel 
due to her having a panic attack, medical was 
denied. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0762 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 23:36:00
Suspicious person
1376 Pembrookr Dr., #A



Caller/Complainant: Sara Mattix



Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious persons report. It was advised that a 
female individual and a young child was at the 
complainants residence knocking on the door and 
asking if they could take the female and the young 
child to Rodgers Ohio. Upon arrival Police spoke 
with the complainant and the female. It was 
arranged for the female to get picked up by a taxi 
so that she could make it to her destination in 
Rodgers Ohio. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0763 07 
Date: 07/15/2018 23:20:00
Speak with Officer
1356 W.State St



Caller/Complainant: Brookelynn Frantz



Police spoke with a female complainant via 
telephone. The complainant advised that there 
are numerous vehicle's that are parking in her 
driveway then walking down to another residence 
close by. The complainant advised that she wants 
it to be stopped. Police advised the complainant 
next time they are in her driveway to call the 
police so that an officer could go speak with the 
individuals who parked there. The complainant 
advised that is what she will do.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0759 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 19:34:00
Animal complaint
1271 W. State St.



Police responded to the 1200 block of W. State 
St. for a report of a barking dog. Nobody was 
home when police arrived. A copy of the barking 
dog ordinance was left in the door. Police also 
checked back later and there were still no 
vehicles at the residence.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0765 07 
Date: 07/16/2018 04:20:00
Domestic complaint
Penn Star Trailer Park



Police responded to the above address for a 
report of a domestic dispute. It was advised from 
the complainant that she could hear shouting at 
the next residence over. 

Upon arrival Police spoke with the female half 
who was still at the residence, she advised the the 
dispute was verbal in nature only and that nothing 
physical took place. Police also spoke with a 
witness who was at the residence who stated the 
same. It was advised that the male half involved 
had left prior to officer arrival from the female 
involved and that he should not be returning to the 
residence for the remainder of the morning. 

Police did not observe any fresh physical 
markings on the female. Police also asked the 
female if she would like to see medical personnel 
due to her having a panic attack, medical was 
denied. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0761 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 22:38:00
Call Number: 18 0761 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 22:38:00
Noise Complaint
1800 block Cliff Dr.



Police responded to the 1800 block of Cliff Dr. for 
a report of loud music. Police spoke with several 
subjects who were having a party and advised 
them of the complaint. They advised they would 
keep it down.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0760 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 21:11:00
Threats or harassment
1770 Painter Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Samantha Morgan



Police spoke with the complainant over the phone 
in reference to threats. The complainant advised a 
male subject made threatening comments, to a 
third party, about her. The complainant requested 
an extra watch at her residence.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0758 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 16:39:00
Threats or harassment
1430 Beechwood Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Brandan Craig



Police spoke with the complainant on station in 
reference to threats. The complainant advised a 
female demanded money from them or they 
would post a video on facebook. Police read the 
messages which appeared to be a scam. The 
complainant was advised to block the subject.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0757 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 16:02:00
Property damage accident
500 block Stewart Rd.



Police responded to the 500 block of Stewart Rd. 
for a report of a one vehicle vs motorcycle 
accident. Alexandra Prychodczenko (77) of 557 
Stewart Rd. was westbound on Stewart Rd. in a 
tan 2000 Jeep. David E. Collins (47) of 884 
Stewart Rd. was eastbound on Stewart Rd. in a 
2004 Suzuki motorcycle. It was reported the Jeep 
went left of center striking the mirror of the 
motorcycle. Damage was observed to the mirror. 
No damage was observed on the Jeep. Due to 
conflicting stories no citation was issued.




Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0756 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 11:50:00
Stolen vehicle
1770 Painter Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Smantha Morgan



Police responded to the 1700 blk of Painter Rd. 
for a reported stolen vehicle. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the complainant who advised that 
sometime overnight their vehicle was taken from 
their driveway without permission. 

While speaking with the complainant it was 
reported that the complainants vehicle was found 
parked at the Beaver Local High School. The 
complainant responded to the school and 
recovered the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0755 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 10:47:00
Open Burning Complaint
2052 Shamrock Arbor



Police along with the Perry Twp. Fire Dept. 
responded to the 2000 blk of Shamrock Arbor for 
a reported burning complaint.


Upon arrival the Fire Dept. spoke with the subject 
who was burning and advised them of the open 
burning laws in Ohio.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0754 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 10:16:00
Burglary
1337 Benton Rd.



Caller/Complainant: Frank Cook



Police spoke with a complainant on station in 
reference to a burglary that took place in the 1300 
blk of Benton Rd. sometime in the last two weeks. 
This incident is under investigation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0753 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 07:11:00
Animal complaint
Parkview Dr. at N. Union Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to the area of Parkview Dr. at N. 
Union Ave for a report of a loose dog running 
through the area. Upon arrival police took control 
of the dog and contacted Alchemy Acres to take 
come take custody of the dog.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0752 07 
Date: 07/14/2018 00:57:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
SR 45 @ SR 9



Caller/Complainant: Ptl.Z.Sanford



Police conducted a traffic stop at the above 
location on a Silver Saab. Police spoke with the 
driver who identified himself as Luis Orlando 
Giron Cintron (33) out of Alliance Ohio, by 
producing an Ohio Operator's License with a 
photo and description matching the driver’s 
physical attributes. 

Police advised Cintron the reason he had been 
stopped was because his speed. Police had 
asked the driver if a consent to search the vehicle 
could be conducted and Cintron advised that the 
search could be done. While searching the 
vehicle police did locate contraband (burnt 
marijuana blunt). 

Police confiscated the contraband and gave Mr. 
Cintron a minor misdemeanor citation for the 
possession of marijuana and gave him a 
mandatory court date of July 17, 2018 at 8:30am 
at the Columbiana County Municipal Court. Mr. 
Cintron was also given a verbal warning for the 
speeding violation. After the citation was issued 
police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Channing Hank 926





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0751 07 
Date: 07/13/2018 15:58:00
Suspicious vehicle
1881 Hunt Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Sara Houchins



Police responded to the 1800 blk of Hunt Rd. for a 
report of suspicious people driving down their 
roadway at a high rate of speed yelling 
obscenities at their juvenile children. Police 
checked the area with negative contact. Police 
advised the complainant to call back if the 
subjects return.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0750 07 
Date: 07/13/2018 10:02:00
Assist other Agency
US 62 (Four-Lane), west of N. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the area of N. Lincoln Ave-
SR 9, near US 62 (four-Lane), after receiving a 
complainant of a male subject standing by the 
stop appearing to be confused. Police, along with 
Salem PD arrived on scene and found the male 
subject in question was an entered missing 
person from Salem. Salem Pd transported the 
male subject back to his family.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0746 07 
Received Date: 07/12/2018 11:46:27
Animal complaint
1247 Conser Drive



Caller/Complainant: Randy Fortney



Police advised of a peacock roaming around the 
back yard of 1247 Conser Drive. Police attempted 
to check a farm on Cidermill that has peacocks 
but was unable to make contact with anyone at 
the farm. 

Police did check on the bird at the Conser 
address and spoke with the complainant who 
advised officer that the peacock was no problem.



Officer(s)
Chief Michael Emigh 921




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0748 07 
Received Date: 07/12/2018 17:37:00
Civil Complaint
1770 Painter Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the 1700 blk of Painter Rd. 
for a reported civil complaint. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the complainant, Kristen Whorley, who 
advised that her father took her cell phone from 
her that he purchased for her and he is currently 
paying for and will not return it. 

I advised the complainant that because her father 
paid for the phone and pays for the service on the 
phone that police could not force her father to 
return the phone to her. Police spoke with the 
father who confirmed that he took the phone from 
his daughter due to her behavior. Police advised 
both parties that the issue was civil and to work it 
out themselves.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0749 07 
Received Date: 07/12/2018 19:55:00
Suspicious person
1488 Highland Ave.



Police responded to the area of Highland Ave. 
and E. 11th St. for a report of a solicitor. Police 
spoke with the subject who was a licensed 
solicitor in the City. He was advised to stay inside 
the City limits.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0747 07 
Received Date: 07/12/2018 16:48:00
OH-1 Crash Report/ Injury
S. Lincoln Ave at SR 45



Police responded to the area of S. Lincoln Ave at 
SR 45 for a reported two vehicle accident with 
injuries. 

Upon arrival police found that a Tru Green lawn 
Care Commercial vehicle, 2015 Izuzu Fleet 
(White) driven by Ryan M. Burk (25) of Warren, 
OH, 44484 was northbound on S. Lincoln Ave and 
struck the rear of a 2003 Chevrolet Impala (Black) 
driven by Makayla S. Sandoe (21) of Lisbon, OH, 
44432 who was also northbound on S. Lincoln 
Ave stopped in traffic waiting to make a left turn 
into the Circle K parking lot. 

Mr. Burk was issued a citation for Assured Clear 
Distance Ahead and given a court date of 7-24-
2018 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. 

Ms. Sandoe and multiple occupants including a 
young juvenile were transported to St. Elizabeth 
Main for injuries sustained in the accident. 

The 2015 Izuzu sustained minor damage and was 
driven from the scene. 

The 2003 Impala sustained disabling damage and 
was removed from the scene by Sinsley's towing.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0745 07 
Received Date: 07/12/2018 02:08:00
Assist other unit
1133 Prospect St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were asked by Salem PD to check Salem 
Acres for a suicidal female's vehicle. Police 
checked the area but were unable to locate any 
vehicle matching the description given.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0744 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 22:33:00
Suspicious vehicle
2190 North Lincoln Ave


Police were dispatched near the 2100 block of 
North Lincoln Ave for a suspicious vehicle that the 
caller believed she heard gunshots possibly 
coming from. Upon arrival of the area police made 
contact with a blue Dodge Stratus and performed 
a traffic stop. 

Upon contact with the driver police explained to 
the driver of the situation. The driver gave consent 
to perform a vehicle search to make sure there 
was no weapons in the vehicle. No weapons were 
found and police cleared the traffic stop.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0742 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 16:17:00
Recovered property
585 old coach ln



Caller/Complainant: Angie Phelps



Police were dispatched to the 500 block of Old 
Coach lane to retrieve property found at a 
residence. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
complainant who found a small purse with 2 credit 
cards inside on her property. Officers then walked 
behind the residence where they found 
miscellaneous identification cards. 

The purse and identification cards were returned 
to the owners on West Pigeon road. (PTPD # 18-
0739-07).

Under Investigation



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0739 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 11:56:00
Theft
503 W. Pidgeon Rd


Caller/Complainant: Chasity Kellogg


Officer responded to a report of theft from a 
vehicle. Officer made contact with the 
complainant. The complainant stated that an 
unlocked White Chevy Silverado was entered that 
was parked in her driveway. Three wallets were 
taken from the truck that contained identification 
cards, credit cards, check book and approximately 
$60.00 in cash.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0745 07 
Date: 07/12/2018 02:08:00
Assist other unit
1133 Prospect St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police were asked by Salem PD to check Salem 
Acres for a suicidal female's vehicle. Police 
checked the area but were unable to locate any 
vehicle matching the description given.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0743 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 20:38:00
Neighbor complaint
1952 South Lincoln Ave.



Police were dispatched to the 1900 block of South 
Lincoln Ave for a complaint about a neighbor 
taking a picture of a male and his two children 
while they were mowing the grass. Police spoke 
with the neighbor who stated she took the picture 
due to the child crying while riding on the mower , 
she stated she thought the child was being 
burned by the mower. Officers met with the 
children who were in healthy conditions with no 
injuries.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0741 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 12:54:00
Theft
855 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: John Arter



Officer responded to a report of theft from a 
vehicle. Officer spoke with the complainant and 
he stated that his unlocked vehicle was entered 
sometime last night. Complainant stated that the 
vehicle was gone through and only a pair of 
reading glasses were missing from the vehicle. 
Complainant reported no damage to the vehicle.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0740 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 12:16:00
Property damage accident
SR 45 bypass @ Depot Road



Police responded to a 2 vehicle minor accident on 
SR 45 @ Depot Road, Unit # 1 operated by Fred 
Davis age 42 of Leetonia was traveling east on 
the bypass when he failed to see Unit # 2 
operated by Wayne Tabb of New York who was 
also traveling east on SR 45 and slowed for 
traffic. Unit # 1 struck Unit # 2 causing minor 
damage to a license plate light bracket. 

Unit # 1 had no damage at time of report. Both 
vehicles driven from the scene after all 
information was exchanged.




Officer(s)
Cief Michael Emigh 921



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0738 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 03:41:00
Assist other unit
14730 Egypt Rd


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl


Police assisted Goshen Twp. PD with a gunshot 
wound victim on Egypt Rd. Perry Police assisted 
in rendering aide until EMS
arrived on scene.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0737 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 01:23:00
Property damage accident
S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to S. Lincoln Ave for a report of 
a car vs. deer accident. Police spoke with the 
driver /owner, Roy Shedd(56), LKA: Salem, OH, 
driving a red 2004 Ford Escape. Mr. Shedd 
advised while driving southbound on S. Lincoln 
Ave., a deer came onto the roadway causing him 
to strike the deer. Damage to the vehicle was 
logged by video and information was gathered.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0737 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 01:23:00
Property damage accident
S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to S. Lincoln Ave for a report of 
a car vs. deer accident. Police spoke with the 
driver /owner, Roy Shedd(56), LKA: Salem, OH, 
driving a red 2004 Ford Escape. Mr. Shedd 
advised while driving southbound on S. Lincoln 
Ave., a deer came onto the roadway causing him 
to strike the deer. Damage to the vehicle was 
logged by video and information was gathered.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0733 07 
Date: 07/10/2018 19:35:00
Investigate complaint
1203 Depot Rd.



Officers responded to a report of a female heard 
screaming for help at 1203 Depot Rd. Officers 
arrived and found the female just getting out of 
the shower and the male running the sweeper. 
Both stated that it was probably their neighbors at 
1205 due to them having on going problems with 
them. 

Officers spoke with Mr. Armstrong and his father 
at 1205. They immediately became upset that we 
were even there. Armstrong stated that they did 
not call. 

Officers found the report to be unfounded and 
cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0738 07 
Date: 07/11/2018 03:41:00
Assist other unit
14730 Egypt Rd


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl



Police assisted Goshen Twp. PD with a gunshot 
wound victim on Egypt Rd. Perry Police assisted 
in rendering aide until EMS arrived on scene.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0736 07 
Date: 07/10/2018 23:46:00
Domestic complaint
410 Benton Rd, #1A



Caller/Complainant: Kacey Rohaley


Police responded to Benton Rd for a report of a 
male subject that broke into a residence and 
assaulted the complainant. 

The male suspect left prior to Police arrival. Police 
noted what was taken from the residence and 
found scratches on the female complainants. 
hand. Police cleared.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0735 07 
Date: 07/10/2018 23:35:00
Assist other unit
Dairy Queen


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were asked by Salem PD to assist on a 
traffic stop on W. State St. Police stood by until 
they needed to clear for a pending call.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0734 07 
Date: 07/10/2018 21:40:00
Unwanted Subject/ One to be Removed
965 Elberon Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Brandi Yoder


Officers responded to a report of one to be 
removed at 965 Elberon Ave. Officers found a 
property dispute between the complainant and 
Derrick Dixon. Derrick stated that he was breaking 
up with the complainant and came to the 
residence to gather his belongings. Both parties 
were arguing other property and the complainant 
did not want him and his female friend at the 
residence. 

Mr. Dixon claimed he was threatened by with 
complainant with a knife and the complainant 
claimed she was threatened by Mr. Dixon by his 
behavior in the residence. 

Neither party wanted to pursue charges and Mr. 
Dixon collected his belongings and left the 
residence.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0732 07 
Date: 07/10/2018 17:16:00
Motorcycle/ATV complaint
Hertiage Dr.



Officer responded to a dirt bike complaint on 
Heritage Dr. The anonymous caller states that a 
dirt bike is riding on the roadway .

Officer could not locate any dirt bikes on the 
roadway but was advised by neighbors where it 
possibly came from on Heritage .

Officer made contact with a young male at the last 
house on the left on Heritage before the cul -de-
sac. The young male admitted to riding on the 
road and was advised to keep the dirt bike off the 
roadway. Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0730 07 
Date: 07/09/2018 21:56:00
Fight
1360 W. State St., #27


Officers responded to a possible fight at 1360 W. 
State St Lot #27. Officer arrived and found that 
Samuel Lapin and Shawntai Beiling were having a 
loud argument. 

Officers checked both subjects for wants or 
warrants. Officers found nothing on both subjects 
and cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0729 07 
Date: 07/09/2018 21:04:00
Suspicious person
Georgetown Rd. near W. Pershing St.



Police responded to the area of Georgetown Rd. 
and W. Pershing St. for a report of a female 
pushing a stroller along the roadway. Police 
checked the area and were unable to locate 
anyone.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0728 07 
Date: 07/09/2018 16:48:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 9/Saxon Club



Officer responded to a report of a disabled vehicle 
on SR 9 at the Saxon Club. Officer arrived and 
found that AAA was removing the vehicle from the 
road. Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0727 07 
Date: 07/09/2018 16:12:00
Animal complaint
1924 Allen Rd



Caller/Complainant: Robert Skomra


Officer responded to a report of a stray dog 
walking across his yard at 1924 Allen Rd. Officer 
spoke with the complainant and he was advised 
that I would check the area for the dog. Officer 
could not locate the dog.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0731 07 
Date: 07/10/2018 03:36:00
Recovered property
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave.



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Sanford



Police stopped at a local gas station. While inside 
the clerk gave police a temporary permit card 
belonging to Joe Penick of Salem. The temporary 
permit card will be at the police station.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0725 07 
Date: 07/08/2018 17:13:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
ST RT 45


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.


Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2006 Chevy 
Trail Blazer on ST RT 45 for a turn signal 
violation. Police spoke with the driver/owner of the 
vehicle, and were given consent to search the 
vehicle. 

Upon search of the vehicle, Police found a white 
powdery substance wrapped in a plastic bag. 

Police concluded their search and issued the 
driver a traffic citation # 22295 for Turn Signal 
Required. The white powder was seized and will 
be sent to the lab for testing.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0718 07 
Date: 07/07/2018 15:29:00
Animal complaint
Carriage Hill Dr/W. Pidgeon Rd


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.



Police discovered a loose dog on Carriage Hill Dr 
near W. Pidgeon Rd. Police followed the dog to its 
owner's residence and cleared.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0724 07 
Date: 07/08/2018 12:34:00
Recovered property
SR 344 near Chestnut Grove Rd.


A purse belonging to Amber R. House was 
located on SR 344 near Chestnut Grove Rd. The 
purse was placed into the recovered property bin.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0723 07 
Date: 07/08/2018 00:55:00
Assist other unit
1163 Cleveland St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Perry Twp. Police were asked to assist Salem PD 
at the above address for individuals to be 
removed. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
complainant and the other individuals involved. 
The others involved resided at a residence right 
down the street. Police advised them to return to 
their residence and not to come back to the above 
address for the remainder of the night. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0722 07 
Date: 07/08/2018 00:18:00
Noise Complaint
1203 Depot Rd.


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. It was advised from an 
anonymous caller that the individual who lives at 
the above address was playing loud music and 
cutting wood. Police spoke with the individual and 
advised him of the complaint. It was advised that 
the music would be turned down and that they 
would be going inside for the evening. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0721 07 
Date: 07/07/2018 21:45:00
Investigate complaint
1258 Conser Drive


Police responded to 1200 block of Conser Drive 
for a report of fireworks. Police noticed the 
fireworks coming from the 1800 block of New 
Garden Road. Police spoke with the residents and 
told them to stop letting of fireworks. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0720 07 
Date: 07/07/2018 20:49:00
Domestic complaint - Arrest Made
1167 Andrews Ave



Police responded to Andrews Ave for a report of a 
domestic dispute. Police spoke to both parties 
and subsequently arrested Irven Q. Huff Jr. (71), 
LKA: Salem, OH, for Domestic Violence. Mr. Huff 
was transported to Perry Twp PD for processing 
before being taken to the Columbiana County jail.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0719 07 
Date: 07/07/2018 18:08:00
Juvenile complaint
Stewart Rd.



Police responded to Stewart Rd for a report of a 
juvenile riding a dirt bike on the roadway. Police 
searched the area but were unable to locate.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0717 07 
Date: 07/07/2018 10:30:00
Disabled vehicle
Country Club Lane at US 62


Police responded to the area of Country Club 
Lane at US 62 for a reported disabled vehicle. 
Upon arrival police found a 2002 Dodge Neon 
(Blue) parked on Country Club Lane with a flat tire 
with no one around. Police checked around the 
area but could not locate the operator. The vehicle 
was not a traffic hazard and police cleared without 
incident.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0716 07 
Date: 07/07/2018 06:21:00
Prowlers
1090 Jones Dr.



Caller/Complainant: Paula Wright


Police responded to the above address for a male 
individual outside of the complainants house. It 
was advised that the incident took place 20 
minutes prior to calling the police. Upon arrival the 
complainant advised that when she looked out 
side of her residence she seen an unknown male 
on her porch. The complainant advised that things 
such as patio furniture and miscellaneous items 
were moved around but that noting appeared to 
be stolen. 

Police advised a report would be on file for the 
incident and that an extra watch would be done 
on the residence and of the area. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0715 07 
Date: 07/06/2018 22:12:00
Noise Complaint
Elberon Ave.


Police responded to the area of Elberon Ave. for a 
report of fireworks. Police checked the area for 
several minutes and were unable to locate 
anything.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0714 07 
Date: 07/06/2018 01:06:00
Domestic complaint
1133 Prospect St, #3B



Police responded to Salem Acres for a report of a 
domestic dispute. Police spoke with both parties 
and found the dispute to be verbal only. After 
speaking to both parties, the male half left the 
residence for the evening.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0713 07 
Date: 07/05/2018 17:29:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
2280 Allen Rd


Caller/Complainant: Dixie Young



Officers received a complaint about a possible 
fraud involving a checking account of a deceased 
person. Officers contacted the complainant , a 
Miss. Dixie Young who stated a caller identified 
themselves as a worker from Citizens Bank in 
reference to her deceased boyfriend's bank 
account. The caller did not give a name and 
stated that someone tried to withdraw $ 800 from 
the account. The caller then proceeded to ask 
Dixie how much money was in that bank account. 

No information was given to the caller, and Dixie 
is going to go to the bank in person to check on 
the situation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0697 07 
Date: 07/01/2018 12:35:00
Investigate complaint
Painter Rd. near Egypt Rd.



Police responded to Painter Rd. near Egypt Rd. 
for a report of illegal dumping of trash. Police 
observed a garbage bag at the bottom of a valley 
but could not get to it. The complainant gave a 
license plate of the vehicle. Police responded to 
address of the suspected vehicle and had 
negative contact at the residence.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0691 06 
Date: 06/30/2018 22:10:00
Animal complaint
SR9 off the bypass


Police responded to the area of Sr9 near the 
bypass for a report of 2 black labs running loose. 
Police searched the area and did find any 
animals. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0686 06 
Date: 06/29/2018 16:39:00
545 Stewart Rd.



Police spoke with a representative from Hospice 
home care in reference to a theft that took place 
in the 500 blk of Stewart Rd. The representative 
wanted to file a complaint in reference to their 
patients medication being taken from the 
residence .


Police advised the representative that a report 
was already on file PTPD #18-0683-06.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0696 07 
Date: 07/01/2018 09:06:00
Medical
1436 Andrew Ave.



Police responded to the 1400 block of Andrew 
Ave. for a report of a deceased male subject. 
Perry Twp. FD along with KLG Ambulance 
responded to the scene. The coroner was 
contacted and also responded. No sign of any foul 
play was observed at the time. KLG Ambulance 
transported the subject from the scene.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 926



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
CO - Columbiana County Coroner



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0695 07 
Date: 07/01/2018 00:50:00
Suspicious person
2208 Depot Road


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to 2200 block of Depot Road for 
report of a female walking being followed by two 
male subjects. Police arrived and spoke with the 
complainant, she advised police the male subjects 
jumped into a vehicle heading south on Depot 
Road .


Police transported the female to Circle K on South 
Lincoln Ave where her ride was coming to pick her 
up. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928 
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0694 07 
Date: 06/30/2018 23:38:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Brickerfarm Ln @ N. Ellsworth



Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford


Police initiated a traffic stop on a 2018 Dodge 
Challenger white in color owned/operated by 
Michael Weir of Salem, Ohio for reckless 
operation(Peeling tires). While speaking with the 
registered owner police did smell a scent of an 
alcoholic beverage coming from the vehicle. 
Police had asked the registered owner if he had 
been drinking. It was advised that he had one 
beer and a little glass of wine at a wedding 
reception. 

Police did have the driver step out of his vehicle 
and did conduct Standard Field Sobriety Test on 
the male in which he did fine on. Police issued the 
registered owner a citation for reckless operation 
and gave him a court date of July 12, 2018 at the 
Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Upon issuing the citation police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0693 06 
Date: 06/30/2018 22:28:00
Investigate complaint
1805 Countryside Drive


Police responded to the 1800 Block of 
Countryside Drive for report of suspicious activity. 
Police searched the residents and found the 
home to be empty. Police did a walk through with 
the residents and they stated everything was ok. 
Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0692 06 
Date: 06/30/2018 22:21:00
Recovered property
Circle K


Police responded to Circle K South to recover 
property found on SR45. Police spoke with the 
complainant and he stated he found a license 
plate on SR45. Police cleared without incident.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0690 06 
Date: 06/30/2018 17:55:00
Neighbor complaint
Pembrooke Dr.


Police responded to Pembrooke Dr. for a report of 
a dispute at the community pool. Police spoke to 
both parties and advised them to avoid each other 
for the rest of their time at the pool.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0689 06 
Date: 06/30/2018 15:04:00
Disabled vehicle
Benton Rd./US 62/ST RT 45


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.



Police discovered a disabled vehicle on Benton 
Rd. at US 62/ST RT 45. Police conducted traffic 
control until the vehicle was able to be removed 
from the roadway.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0688 06 
Date: 06/30/2018 13:36:00
Welfare Check
377 Lake Ave


Caller/Complainant: Canfield PD


Police responded to Lake Ave to conduct a 
welfare check on a male individual for Canfield 
PD. Police spoke to the individual and advised 
Canfield PD of his status.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0687 06 
Date: 06/29/2018 17:45:00
Felony warrant - Arrest Made
1360 W. State St. Lot 27


Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Ptl. J.



Police responded to the 1300 blk of W. State St. 
to serve a felony warrant on a know subject. 

Upon arrival, the subjects inside the residence 
locked the door and refused to open it. After entry 
was made into the residence the wanted subject 
was located hiding in a closet in a backroom of 
the residence. Police made forced entry into the 
closet and subsequently arrested, Jeffrey A. 
Mullins JR. (28) of Salem, OH, 44460 on his 
warrant for Possession of Dangerous Drugs. Mr. 
Mullins was additionally charged with Obstruction 
of Official Business, Possession of Drug 
Paraphernalia, Possession of Drugs (Marijuana) 
and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 
(Marijuana). 

Mr. Mullins was transported to the Columbiana 
County jail complex and was given a court date of 
7-2-2018 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court. Additional charges are 
pending for the other subjects inside the 
residence.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923 
Richard Kimble 924



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0685 06 
Date: 06/29/2018 04:55:00
Noise Complaint
1133 Prospect St, #19 A



Officer responded to Salem Acres for a report of 
subjects in a White van yelling. Officer located the 
White van in front of apartment 19 A. Officer 
found the men arguing over the immigration laws 
while being dropped off by a Taxi. 

Officer found no problem and advised them of the 
early morning hour. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY #: 18 0677 06 
Date: 06/27/2018 23:42:00
Suspicious person - Arrest Made
W. State St./SR 45


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders


Police witnessed a male subject, Zackary J. 
McFarland(20), LKA: Salem, OH, jaywalk across 
W. State St./SR 45 while the light was red. Police 
stopped Mr. McFarland and while patting him 
down for officer safety, discovered Marijuana and 
a pill inside his pants pocket. Mr. McFarland was 
issued two M.M. citations for Possession of 
Marijuana and Jaywalking. 

The pill will be sent to the lab for testing.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927 
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY #: 18 0676 06 
Date: 06/27/2018 19:41:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
Dairy Queen parking lot


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders


Police conducted a traffic stop on a Green 
Chevrolet Silverado in the parking lot of Dairy 
Queen for suspicious activity. Police identified the 
occupants of the vehicle and found the 
passenger, Ronald Handy Jr .(45), LKA: Sebring, 
OH, to have an active warrant out of Columbiana 
County. Mr. Handy Jr. was subsequently placed 
into custody. 

Police were given consent to search the vehicle 
and found a brown powdery substance wrapped 
in a small ziploc baggie on Mr. Handy Jr .'s side of 
the vehicle. The brown substance will be sent to 
the lab for testing. The driver was released and 
left the scene without incident.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927 
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY #: 18 0671 06 
Date: 06/25/2018 19:21:00
Welfare Check
1413 Andrew Ave.


Police responded to the above address for a 
welfare check. It was advised from a third party 
caller that the male subject had taken several 
prescribed pills. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
male subject who advised he had taken 5 
prescribed sleeping pills the night prior. Police had 
KLG ambulance services respond to the scene. 
The male subject was transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for an evaluation. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Justin Hays 929


External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY #: 18 0678 06 
Date: 06/28/2018 04:58:00
Investigate complaint
1376 Pembrooke Dr.


Officer responded to the area of Pembrooke Dr 
for a report of a male and female going through 
the dumpsters. Officer checked the entire 
complex but could not locate anyone. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY #: 18 0675 06 
Date: 06/27/2018 14:21:00
Suspicious vehicle
1147 Highland Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Stephanie Linder



Police responded to the 1100blk of Highland Ave. 
for a report of a suspicious vehicle. Police arrived 
on scene and spoke to the complainant, who 
advised that the vehicle belonged to the lawn care 
company that does their yard maintenance and 
was not aware that they had purchased a new 
vehicle.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY #: 18 0674 06 
Date: 06/26/2018 22:24:00
Juvenile complaint
1714 Devonshire Dr.


Police responded to Devonshire Dr. for a report of 
a juvenile complaint. Police searched the area but 
were unable to locate any juveniles in the area.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY #: 18 0673 06 
Date: 06/26/2018 20:14:00
Recovered property
Fresh Mark


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Police responded to Fresh Mark parking lot for a 
report of recovered property. The recovered 
property was returned to its owner on Bethel Dr.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY #: 18 0672 06 
Date: 06/26/2018 02:32:00
Suspicious person
Blossom Nursing Home



Caller/Complainant: Sara McKinney


Officer responded to a report of a suspicious male 
wearing a White t -shirt around the vehicles in the 
Blossom Nursing Home parking lot. Caller 
advised that when confronted, the suspicious 
male took off running northbound on Depot Rd. 

Officer checked the surrounding area but could 
not locate anyone.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0666 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 23:26:00
Assist other unit
Boneshaker's


Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Dept


Police were asked by Salem PD to assist with a 
fight call. Police stood by until they were no longer 
needed.


Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0669 06 
Date: 06/24/2018 21:15:00
Civil Complaint
1133 Prospect St, #5B


Caller/Complainant: Matt Faulkner


Officers returned a phone call reference custody 
issues. Officers advised the caller that it was a 
civil matter and he needed to contact a lawyer to 
answer his questions. Officers advised the caller 
that if anything happened to call the station.


Officer(s)
Justin Hays 929



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0663 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 21:04:00
Domestic complaint
410 Benton Rd., #1A



Police responded to the above address for a 
domestic situation. While enroot dispatch advised 
that the male subject was leaving the scene 
heading into the City of Salem. Police searched 
for the male subject but was unable to locate 
anyone matching the description given. 

Police returned to the scene to speak with the 
female half who advised nothing physical 
occurred just verbal and that she wished not to 
pursue anything. Police observed no visible 
injuries while at the scene. Police did obtain a 
written statement from a witness. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0664 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 22:18:00
Investigate complaint
1167 W. Perry Street


Caller/Complainant: Angela Miller


Police responded to the above address for 
suspicious activity. Police spoke with the 
complainant that advised police she was feeding 
the neighbors animals while the residents were on 
vacation. The complainant advised police she 
turned all the interior lights off when she left and 
now they're on. 

Police checked the interior of the home and the 
residents was vacant. Police secured the 
residence and cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Zachary Sanford 925 



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0659 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 11:04:00
Civil Complaint
1109 Overlook Dr.



Caller/Complainant: Brandi Cross



Police responded to the 1100 blk of Overlook Dr. 
for a reported custody issue. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the complainant who advised that her 
son would not come out of her mothers, his 
grandmothers residence so she could take him 
home. The juvenile did end up coming out and 
leaving with the complainant. 

Police spoke with the grandmother about her 
custody options.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0670 06 
Date: 06/25/2018 00:03:00
Assist other unit
W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.


Police checked on a Goshen Twp. PD on W. State 
St. passed Country Club Ln. Police gave a 
courtesy ride to two intoxicated subjects walking 
along the roadway without incident.


Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927


External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0657 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 02:20:00
Possible Impaired Driver
S. Lincoln Ave @ the tracks


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above area for a possible 
impaired driver. It was advised by county dispatch 
that the vehicle was on S . Lincoln stopped at the 
train tracks due to a train going through. Upon 
arrival the train had already gone through. Police 
searched the area but was unable to locate the 
vehicle. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0668 06 
Date: 06/24/2018 16:53:00
Noise Complaint
453 Benton Rd.


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the home owner who advised that a graduation 
party was going on but that people would be 
leaving shortly. Police advised to turn the music 
down a bit to that it did not disturb the other 
township residents. 

They complied and police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0667 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 23:41:00
Investigate complaint
SR45


Caller/Complainant: Ohio State Highway Patrol 
post 15


Police responded to the are of SR 45 South 
Lincoln for a possible drunk driver approaching 
the Township. Police patrolled the area, negative 
contact.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0653 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 20:48:00
Civil Complaint
1360 W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Robert Burge


Police took a report over the phone reference a 
civil matter. The complainant advised he lives at 
the above location and that the park manager 
locked him out of his residence by pad locking all 
the doors. 

Police advised the complainant that since it is his 
residence he could break in if he wished to so that 
he could get his belongings. Police also spoke to 
the park manager and advised him the same 
thing. The park manager advised that he would 
unlock the complainants door so that he could 
retrieve his belongings and leave the premises.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925 



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0665 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 23:09:00
Assist other unit
Speedway


Caller/Complainant: Salem Police Dept


Police were asked by Salem PD to assist on a call 
at Speedway gas station. Police stood by until 
they were no longer needed.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0662 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 20:06:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
W State at Benton Road



Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith



Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2003 Ford 
Explorer (red) on W. State Street at Benton Road 
for the registration coming back to a 03 Chrysler 
(silver). Police spoke with the passenger Joshua 
P. Blackburn (21) from New Middletown, Ohio who 
was operating the vehicle at W. State Street at SR 
45. 

Police asked Mr. Blackburn why they switched 
drivers at Dollar General, Mr. Blackburn stated 
because his license is suspended. Police issued 
Mr. Blackburn a citation for license forfeiture and 
given a mandatory court date of 6/25/2018 at 8:30 
AM in the Columbiana Country Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0645 06 
Date: 06/21/2018 21:27:00
Suspicious person - Arrest Made
400 blk E. Pine Lake Rd.


Police responded to N. Ellsworth Ave. for a report 
of a suspicious female at a residents house. 
Police located the suspects vehicle on E. Pine 
Lake Rd. and initiated a traffic stop on it. The 
operator of the vehicle, Desiree L. Ingledue (23) 
LKA: Bridgeport, OH, attempted to run from Police 
but was apprehended shortly after. Ms. Ingledue 
was found to have an active warrant through 
Columbiana County for Failure to Appear for 
Dangerous Drugs. 

Ms. Ingledue was placed into custody for 
Obstruction of Official Business and OVI. Ms. 
Ingledue was transported to Perry Twp. PD for 
processing before being taken to the Columbiana 
County jail. 

Sinsleys removed the vehicle from the scene.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0661 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 19:03:00
Animal complaint
1297 W. State Street


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Police responded to the above address for an 
animal complaint. police spoke to the complainant 
and she advised police that the dogs belong to 
her neighbor. Police spoke to a male subject at 
1971 W State Street and the dogs were returned 
home.


Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0660 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 16:56:00
Investigate complaint
633 Benton Road


Caller/Complainant: John Mahouski


Police got flagged down in the above area for 
suspicious activity. The complainant advised he 
was at a family gathering when he heard a door 
open and shut to what he believed to be a vacant 
house next to where the complainant was at. 

Police checked the exterior of the suspected 
vacant house showing no signs of suspicious 
activity also showing all the doors to be secure. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0658 06 
Date: 06/23/2018 09:54:00
Theft
1684 N. Lincoln Ave



Caller/Complainant: Lisa Shafer


Police spoke with a complainant from the 1600 blk 
of N. Lincoln Ave in reference to a theft that 
occurred on March 28th, 2018. This incident is 
under investigation.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0656 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 23:40:00
Noise Complaint
1143 W. Perry St, #203


Caller/Complainant: Elisha Whitten



Officer responded 1143 Perry St Apt #203 for a 
loud noise complaint. Officer found no loud noise 
coming from that apartment and spoke with the 
tenant at that apartment. The female stated that 
she has been having problems with the tenant in 
the above apartment 303. Officer could not make 
contact with the complainant at apt #303. Officer 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0655 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 23:19:00
Welfare Check
615 E. Pidgeon Rd.



Police responded to the above address for a well 
being check on an elderly lady who resides there. 
Upon arrival police were met by the complainant 
and the individual police went to go check on. The 
female individual advised that she was fine, and 
just that she was sleeping. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0654 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 21:35:00
Assist other unit
S.Ellsworth Ave @ Franklin


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford


Perry Twp. Police while traveling though the City 
of Salem noticed a disabled vehicle in the above 
area. Perry Twp. did contact Salem PD who 
asked if Perry police could handle it due to them 
being busy. Perry Twp. assisted the motorist and 
stood by until she was able to get someone to 
come and bring her gas. Police cleared when the 
vehicle was no longer a hazard.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0652 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 18:27:00
Vandalism
1879 Garfield Rd.


Police responded to the 1800 blk of Garfield Rd. 
for a report vandalism to a vacant residence. 
Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
who advised that a unknown person(s) broke out 
a window in the residence and took the outlet 
mounts from the walls.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0651 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 17:30:00
Neighbor complaint
988 Liberty St.



Police responded to the 900 blk of Liberty St. for a 
report of a resident blowing grass into the 
roadway while mowing. 

Police spoke with the subject responsible who 
advised that he was planning to blow the grass off 
the roadway when he was done mowing.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0650 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 15:23:00
Welfare Check
Fresh Mark


Caller/Complainant: Leetonia PD



Police responded to the 1700 blk of S. Lincoln 
Ave at the request of Leetonia Police Department 
to conduct a welfare check on a female who was 
involved in an altercation in Leetonia earlier in the 
night. The female, Rebecca Black, advised that 
she was fine and there were no issues.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0648 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 13:02:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
2272 N. Ellsworth Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Esther Goodchild



Complainant responded to the Perry Township 
Police STORY to report a scam. Complainant 
reported that they were selling an item on line and 
received a check from a prospective buyer for $ 
1300.00 over the original amount. 

Complainant stated that they received instructions 
on how to cash the check and send the extra 
money to the buyer. 

Complainant stated that they attempted to contact 
the number of the buyer and stated that the 
person who answered, was from a foreign country 
and ended the call. Complainant stated they 
called the number back and the line was 
disconnected.

Complainant requested the bogus check and 
envelope be destroyed.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0647 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 08:36:00
Traffic jam/road blocked
Egypt Road, .25mile, North of Painter Road


Caller reported a tree blocking the roadway on 
Egypt Road. Police arrived in the area and found 
that a tree had fallen across Egypt Road, 
completely blocking the roadway, north of Painter 
Road. Police assisted with traffic control until the 
Perry Township Road Department arrived and 
removed the tree.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0646 06 
Date: 06/22/2018 06:27:00
Property Damage
SR 62/45 bypass between interchange and 
Goshen Rd



Officer responded to a vehicle property damage 
report on SR 62/45 bypass between the 
interchange and Goshen Rd. Officer found that 
both vehicles were traveling southbound on SR 
62/45 bypass. Unit #1 a Red 2017 Chevy 
Silverado driven/owned by Bradley Larson of 
Salem, lost the tonneau cover off the bed of the 
truck and landed onto the roadway. Unit # 2 a 
Gray 2018 Chevy Malibu driven by Danette 
Cooper of Alliance, ran over the tonneau that was 
lying on the roadway. No damage was found to 
Unit #2 or the tonneau.



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0644 06 
Date: 06/21/2018 19:24:00
Noise Complaint
410 Benton Rd, #1



Police responded to Benton Rd for a report of 
loud music being played. Police spoke with the 
residents and advised them to keep the music 
down to a minimum.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0643 06 
Date: 06/21/2018 16:30:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
1850 Countryside Dr.



Caller/Complainant: Catherine Hovanic


Police spoke with a complainant, on station, in 
reference to fraud on their bank account. The 
complainant advised that a unknown person(s) 
attempted to remove $19,000 from their bank 
account but it was caught by the fraud department 
before the money could be withdrawn.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0642 06 
Date: 06/21/2018 12:06:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
Salem Acres



Caller/Complainant: Kristian Severs


Police spoke to a female, via the telephone, who 
resides at 1133 Prospect Street (Salem Acres) 
regarding a scam.

Complainant advised that she answered an ad, 
via Facebook, regarding a personal assistant 
position, and stated that she received a $2000.00 
from the individual she had been in contact with 
regarding the assistant position. Complainant 
stated that she attempted to cash the check with 
her lending institution and found the check was 
fraudulent. Complainant stated she was not out 
any money and did not provide and personal 
information to the male subject she was in contact 
with.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0635 06 
Date: 06/19/2018 18:14:00
Reckless Operator
Jennings and Beachwood


Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to the area of Jennings/Goshen 
Road for a report of a vehicle driving reckless 
turning onto Beachwood Road .

Police made contact with the operator who 
resides in the 1100 blk of Beachwood Road. 
Police advised the male subject of the complaint 
and advised him to keep it down.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 
Zachary Sanford 



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0633 06 
Date: 06/18/2018 16:45:00
Suspicious vehicle
Cry baby Bridge


Officer on patrol noticed the gate to cry baby bride 
open and a vehicle beyond the gate. Police spoke 
with a male individual who advised that he was 
bailing hay for the property owner. Police also 
spoke to the property owner who was also bailing 
hay .

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0632 06 
Date: 06/18/2018 15:34:00
Disabled vehicle
500 Blk of Benton Rd


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Z. Sanford



Officer on patrol noticed a vehicle on the side of 
the road in the 500 blk of Benton Rd. Upon 
speaking with the driver it was found his vehicle 
was over heating. The registered owner advised 
he had a tow truck on its way. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0631 06 
Date: 06/18/2018 09:19:00
Speak with Officer
1926 S. Lincoln Ave., #1


Police spoke with a female, via the telephone, 
from the 1900blk of S. Lincoln Ave., who reported, 
who reported some possible suspicious activity in 
her crawl space above her bed, after having cable 
installed. Complainant was advised of her options 
to have the area checked and to contact the 
police if anything was found.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 



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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0630 06 
Date: 06/18/2018 01:34:00
911 hang-up
1360 W. State ST., #26


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to W. State St for a 911 hang-
up. Police spoke with the resident where the 
hang-up took place and determined it to be 
accidental.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 




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Perry Township Police STORY
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0634 06 
Date: 06/19/2018 06:45:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
Michigan Blvd at Benton Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer made a traffic stop for a speeding violation 
on Michigan Blvd at Benton Rd. Officer found the 
driver /registered owner, Takota Frederick (20) of 
Atwater to have an active warrant out of this 
county for obstructing official business. Officer 
took the male subject into custody without 
incident. Mr. Frederick was cited for 55 mph in a 
posted 25 mph zone and given a court date of 6-
29-18 at 0830 hours in Columbiana County 
Municipal Court. Mr. Frederick was turned over to 
a Columbiana County Deputy Sheriff for transport 
to the County Jail.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 
Stephen Smith, Jr. 



External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office





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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0621 06 
Date: 06/16/2018 11:20:00
Property damage hit-skip
Allen Rd. at Benton Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Ptl. J.



Police along with the Salem City Water Dept., 
Ohio Edison and Ohio Dept. of Transportation 
responded to the intersection of Allen Rd. at 
Benton Rd. for a hit/skip property accident. It was 
found that a semi tractor trailer cut the turn too 
sharply from Allen Rd. onto Benton Rd. and struck 
a fire hydrant. The damage caused a water leak 
that eroded the ground around a utility pole that 
holds the traffic light for that intersection. Ohio 
Edison was able to secure the pole to a tree until 
the Salem Water Dept. can make repairs to the 
fire hydrant.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 


External Agency(s)
ODOT - Ohio Department Of Transportation



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0620 06 
Date: 06/16/2018 04:05:00
Assist other unit
Prospect St. and Georgetown Rd


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to Prospect St. and 
Georgetown Rd to assist a Post 15 unit while he 
searched a vehicle. Officer cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0630 06 
Date: 06/18/2018 01:34:00
911 hang-up
1360 W. State ST., #26


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to W. State St for a 911 hang-
up. Police spoke with the resident where the 
hang-up took place and determined it to be 
accidental.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 




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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0629 06 
Date: 06/17/2018 23:08:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Citation Issued
US 62/ST RT 14F Interchange


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.


While on patrol, Police came upon a vehicle that 
had gone over the dead end of the interchange of 
US 62/ST RT 14F. 

Police spoke with the driver, Shelley M 
Vantuinen(46), LKA: Mayfield Heights, OH, who 
advised she was unfamiliar with the area. AAA 
responded to the scene and removed the vehicle 
from the wooded area. Ms. Vantuinen was issued 
a citation for Failure to Control.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0628 06 
Date: 06/17/2018 22:29:00
Suspicious vehicle
1041 Beechwood Rd.



Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious vehicle in the driveway with its lights 
off. Upon arrival police spoke with two occupant's 
in the vehicle who advised that they were waiting 
for a friend at the next house over and did not 
want to block their vehicle. Police advised them to 
move along and they complied. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0627 06 
Date: 06/17/2018 21:07:00
Investigate complaint
1720 W State St


Officers were dispatched to the 1700 block of W 
State St. reference a disturbance. When officers 
arrived on scene they were informed by the 
homeowners that a female subject was 
intoxicated and trying to leave and they were not 
letting her. 

Officers spoke with the female who advised she 
was not going to try and leave again and would be 
getting a ride home. Officers advised the 
homeowners to call if any more problems 
occurred.



Officer(s) 
Justin Hays
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0626 06 
Date: 06/17/2018 15:08:00
Fight - Arrest Made
Penn Star Mobilehome Park


Police responded to the above address for a 
report of a fight. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
victim who advised that the incident started over 
keys that belonged to the other individual involved 
and that it led to a physical altercation. Police then 
spoke to the other individual involved, suspect 
Rodney Harsh (50) 325 Moore St. East Liverpool 
Ohio, 43920 who advised the same thing. 

The victim did have fresh visible scratches on his 
neck and chest which were photographed. Police 
also obtained a written statement from the victim 
and also a witness to the incident. Due to the 
visible scratched on the victims neck and chest. 

Police subsequently arrested Rodney Harsh for 
assault and transported him back to the Perry 
Twp. Police Station for charges to be typed. 
Police then transported Harsh to the Columbiana 
County Jail where he was released. Police then 
cleared.



Officer(s) 
Zachary Sanford


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0625 06 
Date: 06/17/2018 02:32:00
Trespassing Complaint
Egypt Road @ Cry Baby Bridge


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police responded to the above location for a 
trespassing complaint. Police spoke with the 
individuals and advised them they were 
trespassing. The subjects got in their vehicle and 
left the scene as advised by police. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0624 06 
Date: 06/16/2018 23:20:00
Noise Complaint
1804 SR9 New Garden


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Officer responded to SR9 New Garden for a 
report of loud music. Officer arrived and spoke 
with the home owner and advised him to keep the 
music down. Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0623 06 
Date: 06/16/2018 18:30:00
Theft
Colians Multi Services, 543 Snyder Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Joseph Colian



Police responded to the above address for a theft 
report. Upon arrival police spoke with the 
complainant who advised that sometime between 
3:30 pm on Friday 6-15-18 and 7:00 am on 
Saturday 6-16-18 someone had taken two STIHL 
chainsaws from his work truck. The complainant 
wished to have a report on file for the incident in 
case other items come up missing in the future. 
Police advised a report would be on file.



Officer(s) 
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0622 06 
Date: 06/16/2018 17:28:00
Medical
701 Bethel Dr.


Police responded to the above address for a 
medical report. Upon arrival police observed a 
male subject receiving CPR from a family 
member. KLG ambulance services, along with 
Perry Twp. FD arrived on scene and began to 
work on the male subject later pronouncing the 
individual dead at the scene. 

The family along with police contacted the 
Columbiana County Coroner who is the 
deceased's family physician. The deceased 
individual was transported to Arbaugh -Pearce-
Greenisen Funeral Home & Cremation Services 
by KLG. 

Police did fill out a death scene checklist and also 
took photos.



Officer(s) 
Zachary Sanford



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department 
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service 
CO - Columbiana County Coroner



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0619 06 
Date: 06/16/2018 00:46:00
Assist other unit
SR 344 and Cunningham Rd


Caller/Complainant: Post 15



Officer responded to SR 344 and Cunningham Rd 
to assist Post 15 as they searched a vehicle. 
Officer cleared without
incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0618 06 
Date: 06/15/2018 17:15:00
Theft
Logue Monument


Caller/Complainant: Ethel Madison


Police spoke with a complainant on station in 
reference to ordering an item from a local 
business. The complainant advised that they have 
already paid for the item but have yet to receive it. 

This incident is under investigation.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0617 06 
Date: 06/15/2018 13:50:00
Crash Report/ Injury - Citation Issued
SR 45-S. Lincoln Ave. @ Pembrooke Drive



Police responded to SR 45-S. Lincoln Ave., for a 
report of two vehicle accident with injuries. Police, 
along with KLG Ambulance Service, EMT 
Ambulance Service and the Perry Township First 
Responders, arrived on scene and found that 
Arthur M. Yoursh (74) of 1339 Pembrooke Drive, 
Salem, Ohio pulled from the entrance of 
Pembrooke Drive in a 2008 Chevrolet Equinox 
(black), with his passenger, and pulled into the 
path of a 2018 Kia Srento (white) operated/owned 
by Tasha Lynn Deditch (34) of 2284 Greens Run 
Road, Wellsburg Brooke, WV, who was 
southbound on SR 45-S. Lincoln Ave.. 

Ms. Deditch was later transported to the Salem 
Regional Medical Center for further evaluation. 

No other injuries reported at the time of the 
accident. Both vehicles sustained disabling 
damage and were towed from the scene by AAA 
and Sinsley's Towing. 

Mr. Yoursh was issued a citation for FTY from a 
private drive with his court date of 06/29/2018 to 
appear in Columbiana County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 



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Perry Township Police STORIES
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0616 06 
Date: 06/15/2018 13:14:00
Speak with Officer
526 Brittany Lane


Caller/Complainant: Theresa Martin


Complainant from the 500blk of Brittany lane 
reported losing a wallet with an Ohio ID Card, 
Discover Card, Social Security Card and a 
Medical Card, sometime over the past few days. 
Complainant was advised to cancel their credit 
card and report any fraudulent transaction if any 
were to occur.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0614 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 20:44:00
Animal complaint
1271 W. State St


Police responded to W. State ST. for a report of 
barking dogs. Police spoke with the owner of the 
dogs and were given a warning.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0611 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 02:10:00
Noise Complaint
1360 W. State St, #27


Caller/Complainant: Anonymous, Caller



Officers responded to a noise complaint at 1360 
W. State St Lot #27. Anonymous caller stated that 
subjects are out back yelling and running through 
the woods. 

Officers arrived and found a bonfire out back of 
Lot # 27. Officers advised subjects of the 
complaint and they stated that they would keep 
the noise down. Officers cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0613 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 15:07:00
Medical
Grandview Cemetery


Caller/Complainant: KLG


Police responded to the 1300 blk of Franklin Ave 
for a report of a medical issue related to a fall and 
the victim becoming combative with emergency 
personnel. Upon arrival the subject was restrained 
and calm. The subject was transported to the 
Salem Hospital for treatment.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 923



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0605 06 
Date: 06/12/2018 06:29:00
Suspicious person
SR 344 and Cunningham Rd


Officer responded to a report of a suspicious 
female walking eastbound on SR 344 at 
Cunningham Rd. Officer checked the area to the 
township line but could not locate the female.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0602 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 21:41:00
Animal complaint
1255 W State St


Officers returned a phone call to a complainant 
who advised his neighbors dogs keep barking. 
The complainant advised that he was going to try 
and take care of it himself but wanted a report on 
file. Officers advised that if any more problems 
occurred to call the police department.



Officer(s)
Justin Hays 929




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0615 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 23:55:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
SR 45 bypass at W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle with 
fictitious registration and expired registration on 
SR 45 bypass and W. State St.

Officer found that the driver, Matthew Poteet (27) 
of Alliance, had a valid drivers license. 

The vehicle, 2000 Ford F150, was towed by 
Sinsley's Towing from the scene with a hold for a 
valid registration. 

Mr. Poteet was cited for fictitious registration and 
expired registration. Mr. Poteet was given a court 
date of 06-21-2018 at 0830 hrs in Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.




Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 924
Anthony Konders 927



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0612 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 03:35:00
911 hang-up
1770 Painter Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officer responded to a reported open 911 phone 
line at 1770 Painter Rd. Officer arrived and spoke 
with a female living at the residence. The female 
stated that she believes that her phone dialed 911 
while in her pocket and stated that there was no 
problem at the residence. Officer cleared without 
incident.




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0610 06 
Date: 06/14/2018 01:17:00
Civil Complaint
1770 Painter Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Samantha Morgan



Police responded to Painter Rd for a report of a 
civil complaint. Police spoke with the 
complainants in reference to evicting their adult 
daughter. Police advised the complainants of their 
options.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Richard Kimble 924




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0609 06 
Date: 06/13/2018 20:43:00
Open door
2280 Allen Rd.



Police responded to the above address for a 
female complainant that left her door open while 
away from home. Police cleared the inside of the 
home and cleared.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927
Jordan Reynolds 923



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0607 06 
Date: 06/12/2018 13:26:00
Medical
C. R. 410 A-N. Ellsworth Ave. @ US 62


A good samaritan advised police of a subject 
laying next to a vehicle on C.R. 410 A-N. 
Ellsworth Ave. & US 62. Police arrived on scene 
and found Robyn Alyssa Casciano-Butts (19) of 
5232 E. Carpenter Road, Flint Michigan, sitting in 
her 2001 Buick Lesabre (tan) and appeared to be 
having a reaction to antidepressant medication 
and requested medical attention. 

The Perry Township First responders, along KLG 
Ambulance Service responded to the scene. Ms. 
Butts was later transported at her request, to 
Salem Regional Medical Center for further 
evaluation. Ms. Butts vehicle was towed from the 
scene by Davidson's Towing, due to it being a 
hazard.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 
Jonathan Smith 928



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department Yes
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service Yes
DT - Davidson's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0606 06 
Date: 06/12/2018 13:12:00
Theft
859 Cunningham Road


Caller/Complainant: Chris Page


Police spoke to a male complainant, via the 
telephone who reported that one of his clients at 
Threshold Residential Services told him that his 
sister and boyfriend were taking money from him 
since 2017. Police responded to the residents and 
spoke with the victim, the victim stated none of 
these allegations were stated.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 928
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0604 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 22:36:00
Noise Complaint
1824 Countyside Dr.


Caller/Complainant: Brandon Smith


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that he could hear loud music and 
people yelling. Upon arrival to the residence it 
was found that a pool party was occurring. Police 
spoke with the home owner and advised them to 
keep the music to a minimum. They complied and 
police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Justin Hays 929




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0603 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 22:08:00
Noise Complaint
1235 N. Lincoln Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Ladawn Humphrey


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. The complainant was not sure 
where the noise was coming from exactly. The 
noise ended up coming from a house in the 1200 
blk of N. Lincoln Ave. Police had dispatch notify 
Salem Pd to have them respond to handle the 
incident due to it being in their jurisdiction. Perry 
Twp. Police stood by until the incident was 
investigated and cleared when Salem did.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925
Justin Hays 929



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0601 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 16:38:00
Animal complaint
1585 Egypt Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Katherine Birtalan



Police responded to the above address for an 
animal complaint. It was advised from the 
complainant that she thinks the animal kept at the 
above location was being neglected. Upon arrival 
police spoke with the complainant along with the 
animal owner who did advised that the animal is 
old in age and that it is taken care of. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 925



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0600 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 08:13:00
Criminal Mischief
835 E. Pine Lake Road


Caller/Complainant: Dillion Baker


Police responded to the 800blk of E. Pine Lake 
Road, and spoke with the homeowner, who 
reported that while he and his wife were at work, 
unknown person egged their residence over night. 
Complainant did not report any other damage to 
the residence, besides the eggs.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0599 06 
Date: 06/11/2018 01:54:00
Drunk
1202 Depot Rd.


Police responded to Depot Rd. for a report of a 
drunk male screaming loudly. Police spoke with 
the subject and advised him to stay inside and 
keep the noise to a minimum.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 927



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
Call Number: 18 0608 06 
Date: 06/13/2018 13:14:00
Property damage accident
SR 45-W. Pidgeon Road @ C.R. 410-Depot Road


Caller/Complainant: OSP#15


OSP#15 requested this department to check on a 
minor accident in the area of Depot Road & SR 
45. Police arrived on scene and found that Carl L. 
Poynter (54) of 329 New Garden Ave, Salem, 
Ohio, was eastbound on SR 45-W. Pidgeon in his 
2006 Dodge Ram 1500 (chrome) when he failed 
to stop in assured clear distance ahead, striking 
the back of 2016 Isuzu NPR (white) that was 
stopped on SR 45-W. Pidgeon Road @ C.R. 410-
Depot Road for a red light, being operated by 
Scott E. Mackall (44) of 1787 Lancaster Drive, 
Youngstown, Ohio. Both vehicles sustained minor 
damage and were driven from the scene. Mr. 
Poynter was issued a citation for assured clear 
distance ahead, with his court date of 06/21/2018 
to appear in Columbiana County Municipal Court.


Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 922




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0587 06 
Date: 06/08/2018 20:47:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
Benton Rd. at US 62/45


Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Ptl. J.



Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2013 
Chevrolet Silverado (Grey) on Benton Rd. (SR 14) 
at US 62/45. Upon a probable cause search of the 
vehicle police located suspected Marijuana and 
Drug Paraphernalia inside the vehicle. The owner 
/operator, Nicholas J. Stepo (20) was issued a 
citation for Reckless Operation, Drug Possession 
and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia .

Mr. Stepo was given a mandatory court date of 6-
22-2018 at 8:30 am to appear in the Columbiana 
County Municipal Court.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 
Richard Kimble 
Zachary Sanford 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0591 06 
Date: 06/09/2018 15:20:00
Medical
1327 Highland West


Police responded to the above address along with 
KLG, and Perry Twp. Fire Dept. for a medical 
report/ lift assist. Upon arrival KLG operators lifted 
the homeowner up and all first responded cleared.



Officer(s) 
Zachary Sanford



External Agency(s)
KLG - KLG Ambulance Service
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0594 06 
Date: 06/09/2018 20:05:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Dunkin Donuts


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.



Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2002 Maroon 
Chevy Blazer in the parking lot of Dunkin Donuts 
on W. State St. Police found the driver, Chad 
Richmond(37), LKA: Alliance, OH to be operating 
the vehicle with a suspended license. Police were 
given consent to search the vehicle and found 
open containers of alcohol on the rear passenger 
floorboard. Also located in the vehicle were two 
small baggies of an unknown white crystal 
substance. Mr. Richmond was issued a citation for 
DUS Non Compliance and White Lights in the 
Rear. The passenger, David Stillion(53), LKA: 
Alliance, OH, was issued a MM citation for Open 
Container in a M.V. The white substance will be 
sent to the lab for testing. Further charges will be 
pending the lab results.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 
Zachary Sanford 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0590 06 
Date: 06/09/2018 14:32:00
Disabled vehicle
SR 45 near SR 9


Police responded to the area of SR 45 near SR 9 
for a reported possible disabled vehicle. Upon 
arrival police checked the area with negative 
contact.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0597 06 
Date: 06/10/2018 01:42:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Georgetown Road Near Quaker Manufacturing


Caller/Complainant: PTL J. Smith


Police stopped a 2002 Pontiac Grand AM (red) on 
Georgetown Road near Quaker Manufacturing. 
The Owner Kevin R. Houshou (43) of 
Washingtonville was found to be operating the 
vehicle while under a non compliance suspension. 
Mr. Houshour was issued a citation for non 
compliance suspension and Fictitious plates. Mr. 
Houshour was given a mandatory court date of 
6/10/2018 in the Columbiana County Municipal 
Court. Sinsley's towing responded to the scene 
and removed the vehicle with a court hold.




Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 
Anthony Konders 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0596 06 
Date: 06/10/2018 01:17:00
Threats or harassment
1133 Prospect St, #17B


Police responded to Salem Acres for a report of 
threats. Police spoke with both parties and were 
advised that alcohol was the cause of the arguing. 
Police advised both parties to separate for the 
evening and they did so without incident.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders
Jonathan Smith 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0595 06 
Date: 06/09/2018 23:28:00
Noise Complaint
1133 Prospect ST


Police responded to Salem Acres for a report of 
loud music. Police checked the area but were 
unable to locate.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0593 06 
Date: 06/09/2018 19:03:00
Suspicious person
1318 W. State St.


Caller/Complainant:  Carol Madison


Police responded to the above address for a 
suspicious persons report. It was advised from the 
complainant that her mother-in-law had an 
individual knock on her door asking odd 
questions. The complainant sated that the male 
individual advised he works for the census 
bureau. Police advised the complainant and her 
mother -in-law that if the male returns to contact 
the police so that it could be seen in the male 
subject is who he says he is.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 
Jonathan Smith 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0592 06 
Date: 06/09/2018 16:01:00
Disabled vehicle
Andrews Cycle


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above area for a disabled 
vehicle. Upon arrival it was advised from the 
registered owner that his radiator fan broke along 
with his water pump. Sinsley's towing responded 
to the scene and towed the vehicle. Police cleared 
without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0589 06 
Date: 06/09/2018 12:43:00
Trespassing Complaint
Egypt Rd. at Ohio Edison Access Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Reynolds, Ptl. J.


Police on patrol came upon two vehicles parked 
near the Ohio Edison Access Rd. on Egypt Rd. 
Police found two male subjects in the area fishing 
and advised them that they were on private 
property and needed permission to be there. The 
subjects advised that they were unaware that it 
was private property and left without incident.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0588 06 
Date: 06/08/2018 21:54:00
Assist other Agency
R/R tracks between S. Lincoln Ave and S. 
Ellsworth Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Officers responded to the area of the railroad 
tracks between S. Lincoln Ave and S. Ellsworth 
Ave for a report of a runaway juvenile male with 
mental disabilities. Officers checked the area but 
could not locate the juvenile. The juvenile was 
located by Salem PD within their jurisdiction.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble
Jordan Reynolds 
Zachary Sanford



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0585 06 
Date: 06/08/2018 15:14:00
Domestic complaint
435 Benton Rd.


Police responded to the 400 blk of Benton Rd. for 
a reported domestic dispute. Upon arrival police 
spoke with all parties involved who advised that 
they were having a verbal argument over 
relationship issues and no physical violence 
occurred. Police warned both subjects of the 
possible consequences if the issues continue.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds


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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0584 06 
Date: 06/07/2018 22:02:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
SR 14 @ the 4-lane


Police was dispatched to the above area for an 
unknow substance that was spilled in the 
roadway. It was unclear if it was in Mahoning 
County or Columbiana County. Upon arrival it was 
determined that it was in Mahoning County, 
Goshen Twp. Pd. Goshen was notified and police 
cleared.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0582 06 
Date: 06/07/2018 00:42:00
Prowlers
1262 Andrews Ave.


Officers responded to 1262 Andrews Ave for a 
report of a prowler. Caller stated that she could 
hear someone outside trying to get in her front 
door and garage. Officers checked the 
surrounding area but could not locate anyone. No 
entry was gained into the residence or garage.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 
Jordan Reynolds 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0581 06 
Date: 06/06/2018 21:54:00
Escort or parade detail
Depot Rd. at Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police assisted the Columbiana County Sheriff's 
Dept. and the Salem Police Dept. with escorting a 
large tractor into Salem city limits for the super 
cruise that took up the entire roadway.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds
Anthony Konders


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0580 06 
Date: 06/06/2018 15:56:00
Welfare Check
1599 Grant St


Caller/Complainant: Trilogy Plastics


Police responded to the above address for a 
welfare check of a female that did not show up to 
work. Police attempted to make contact but were 
unsuccessful.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0579 06 
Date: 06/06/2018 09:16:00
Assist other Agency
701 Bethel Drive


Caller/Complainant: Lisbon PD-Char


Lisbon Police Department, requested an officer 
respond to a residence in the 700blk of Bethel 
Drive and make contact with the resident there 
and have them contact their agency, regarding an 
item that was turned into their department. Police 
spoke with a family member at the residence and 
provided them the number to have them contact 
the agency.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0578 06 
Date: 06/06/2018 08:51:00
Neighbor complaint
1437 Andrew Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Alfred Hofmann


Police spoke to a complainant, via the telephone, 
from the 1400blk of Andrew Ave., who reported 
having an issue with their neighbor, regarding 
garbage left by the roadway. Complainant stated 
that their neighbor leaves garbage out all week 
next to the road and that the garbage blows into 
their yard. Police checked the area the area and 
found multiple residence with cans out, due to it 
being garbage pick up. Police advised the 
complainant to document if the problem continued 
and that police would speak with the neighbor in 
question.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr.



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0577 06 
Date: 06/05/2018 22:54:00
911 hang-up
1431 Jennings Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD



Officer responded to 1431 Jennings Ave for 
several 911 hang up calls and open lines. Officer 
made contact with the homeowner and she 
advised everything was fine. Homeowner stated 
that it could have been her alarm system 
malfunctioning. Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0576 06 
Date: 06/05/2018 20:41:00
Neighbor complaint
1339 Pembrooke Dr., #D


Caller/Complainant: Amy Hochadel


Police spoke with the complainant over the phone 
in reference to a neighbor issue. The complainant 
advised the neighbor is going through their 
garbage when its put in the dumpster. The 
complainant advised a report would be made.


Officer(s)
Channing Hank 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0575 06 
Date: 06/05/2018 19:53:00
Suspicious vehicle
Egypt Road


Caller/Complainant: Ptl Hays


On 6/5/2018 officers, while on patrol, found two 
vehicles park on private property on Egypt Road 
near the bridge. Officers made contact with the 
passengers of the vehicles and advised them that 
they were trespassing on private property and 
they needed to leave. The individuals were also 
warned that if they were caught again on the 
property they could be arrested.



Officer(s)
Justin Hays 
Channing Hank 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0574 06 
Date: 06/05/2018 15:35:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Georgetown Road near Cider Mill Road


Police stopped a 2007 Chevy Silverado (white) 
driven by Christopher Guildoo (40) of 555 W 
California Ave Sebring, Ohio for driving under 
suspension. Mr. Guildoo stated he had driving 
privileges but could not find his paperwork. Mr. 
Guildoo was issued a citation and given a 
mandatory court date of 6/7/2018 at 8:30 AM in 
the Columbiana County Municipal Court. 

Mr. Guildoo's Truck and trailer were towed from 
the scene by Sinsley's towing with a court hold on 
the truck.


Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith 


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0569 06 
Date: 06/03/2018 01:52:00
Medical
630 Michigan Blvd


Caller/Complainant: Guardian Protection


Police responded to Michigan Blvd for a report of 
an unconscious elderly male. KLG and Perry FD 
responded on scene and began working on the 
subject before transporting him to Salem Regional 
hospital where he was later pronounced DOA.



Officer(s)
Konders Anthony


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0568 06 
Date: 06/03/2018 00:42:00
Assist other unit
196 Hawley Ave


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were asked by Salem PD to assist an 
officer on Hawley Ave. Police arrived on scene but 
were no longer needed at that time.



Officer(s)
Konders Anthony


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0567 06 
Date: 06/02/2018 15:28:00
Noise Complaint
1143 W Perry ST


Police responded to a noise complaint in the 1100 
Block of W Perry ST. Officer spoke with both 
parties and advised then to keep the noise down.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0566 06 
Date: 06/02/2018 15:11:00
Shooting
Carriage Hill DR


Police responded to a report of gunfire in the area 
of Carriage Hill Drive. Officer checked the area 
but could not locate anyone.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0565 06 
Date: 06/01/2018 10:42:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Jill Weikart


Police spoke with a female complainant, via 
telephone, in reference to fraudulent charges on 
her bank account. The complainant advised that 
she recently used her bank card at Circle K on SR 
45 in Perry Twp. and two (2) fraudulent charges 
have recently occurred at the store. The 
complainant advised that they already contacted 
their bank and canceled the bank card and are in 
the process of getting the money reimbursed.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0564 06 
Date: 06/01/2018 08:20:00
Domestic complaint
1286 Pmebrooke Dr., #B


Caller/Complainant: Michael Allmon



Police responded to the 1200 blk of Pembrooke 
Dr. for a reported assault that took place between 
live -in boyfriend and girlfriend. 

Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant, 
the boyfriend, who advised that his girlfriend 
assaulted him and struck him in face and shoulder 
and took their infant child and left with a friend. 
Police checked the complainant for injuries and 
found no visible injuries. The complainant advised 
that he wished to pursue charges and provided a 
statement that will be forwarded to the 
Columbiana County Prosecutors office for review. 
Police made contact with the girlfriend who 
advised no physical altercation took place only a 
verbal argument over the boyfriend not helping 
with the child. Police did visually check the infant 
and found the infant to be in good health.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0563 06 
Date: 05/31/2018 23:28:00
Noise Complaint
Goshen Rd at Pine Lake Rd


Caller/Complainant: annonymous, caller


Officer responded to a report of a female 
screaming in the area of Goshen Rd and Pine 
Lake Rd. Officer checked the area but could not 
locate anyone. Officer cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0562 05 
Date: 05/31/2018 20:15:00
Threats or harassment
1599 Chestnut Grove


Caller/Complainant: Priscilla McCullough


Officers were dispatched to the 1500 block of 
Chestnut Grove to take a report about 
harassment. Upon arrival the complaint advised 
that her ex boyfriend was driving down the road 
yelling out the window towards them. 

Officers obtained all the information and explained 
the protection order process and advised if he 
came by again to call the station. The complainant 
advised she just wanted a report on file at this 
time.



Officer(s)
Justin Hays 
Zachary Sanford 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0561 05 
Date: 05/31/2018 18:33:52
Welfare Check
1013 Liberty St.


Police responded to the above address to check 
on an elderly female who is supposedly being 
taken advantage of by her adult son who lives 
with her. It was advised from an anonymous 
complainant that the female is being treated badly 
by her son. 

Police spoke with both the mother and the son 
who advised police that no one is doing any taken 
advantage of anybody. 

Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0560 05 
Date: 05/31/2018 16:15:39
Neighbor complaint
1279 Elberon Ave.


Caller/Complainant: Chris Weber


Police responded to the above address for a 
neighbor complaint. Upon arrival police spoke 
with the complainant who advised that his 
neighbor was harassing him. Police spoke with 
the other individual involved who advised that he 
was not harassing the complainant. Police 
advised both individuals to stat away from one 
another. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0559 05 
Date: 05/31/2018 10:18:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
1755 Allen Dr.


Caller/Complainant: Heath Ward



Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in 
reference to fraudulent charges on their bank 
account. The complainant advised that they used 
their bank card at Circle K on S. Lincoln Ave in 
Salem, OH, 44460 and fraudulent charges have 
started appearing. The complainant advised that 
they have already contacted their bank and 
canceled the card and will be reimbursing the lost 
money.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0557 05 
Date: 05/30/2018 14:16:00
Theft
1564 Van Buren Ave


Caller/Complainant: Pamela Birtalan


Police responded to the 1500 blk of Van Buren 
Ave for a reported theft of appliances and other 
household items. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the complainant who advised that the tenants they 
recently evicted stole multiple items from the 
residence .

The complainant advised that they have a 
detailed list along with pictures of the items taken 
but would need a few days to compile in 
information. This incident is under investigation.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0558 05 
Date: 05/30/2018 16:00:00
Identity Theft /Fraud
897 Heritage Lane


Caller/Complainant: Victoria Kessel


Police spoke with a complainant, via telephone, in 
reference to a scam that occurred while applying 
for an apartment inside the City of Salem. The 
complainant advised that they filed out an 
application for a residence that they found on 
Facebook and later found that the house was not 
for rent but was for sale by a local realtor 
company. 

The complainant advised that they already 
contacted the local realtor company and 
Facebook with their complaint.


Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0555 05 
Date: 05/29/2018 18:03:16
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
ST RT 45/W. State St


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.


Police conducted a traffic stop on a Red Ford F-
150 on ST RT 45/W, State St. for being an unsafe 
vehicle. After conducting a inventory search of the 
vehicle prior to it being towed, multiple cans of 
BUD ICE beer were found as well as a small 
amount of marijuana. The driver of the vehicle, 
Nathan J. Knight(34), LKA: Lisbon, OH, was 
issued two minor misdemeanor citations for Open 
Container in a M.V. and Possession of Marijuana 
as well as a citation for Unsafe Vehicle, DUS Non 
Compliance and Child Restraint Required. 

Children Services were also contacted due to 
concerns for the safety of the child located inside 
the vehicle. 

Sinsleys removed the vehicle from the roadway.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders
Jonathan Smith


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0554 05 
Date: 05/29/2018 14:32:00
Property damage accident - Citation Issued
Chestnut Grove RD at 344 Franklin Ave



Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police responded to Chestnut Grove RD at 344 
Franklin Ave for report of a two vehicle accident. 
Police arrived on scene and found a 2005 Toyota 
Camry (black) operated by Billie Ingledue (21) of 
2234 N Lincoln Ave Salem, Ohio who was 
attempting to make a right hand turn onto 
Chestnut Grove Rd when she stuck a 1998 
Toyota Corolla (black) operated by Ramon Alexis 
Ortega Vazquez (29) of 211 N. Main St 
Austintown, Ohio. 

Miss Ingledue was issued a citation for failure to 
control with a court date of 5/31/2018 to appear in 
the Columbiana Municipal Court. Both Vehicles 
had disabling damage and where towed from the 
scene by Sinsley's towing.


Officer(s)

Jonathan Smith


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0553 05 
Date: 05/29/2018 00:00:00
Disabled vehicle
SR45 S. Lincoln at Highland Creek


Caller/Complainant: CCSO



Police responded to Sr 45 South Lincoln Ave at 
Highland Creek for a report of a disabled vehicle. 
Police arrived on scene and did traffic control until 
Sinsley's and Davidsons towing arrived.



Officer(s)

Jonathan Smith


External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing
DT - Davidson's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0551 05 
Date: 05/28/2018 19:42:00
Trespassing Complaint
Egypt Road


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Hays



On 5/28/2018 Officers, while on patrol, noticed a 
vehicle parked on Egypt Road at East Pine Lake 
on private property. Officers stopped near the 
vehicle and found three individuals walking back 
on the bridge. Officers made contact with the 
individuals and advised them that the property 
they were on was private property and they had to 
leave.



Officer(s)
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0552 05 
Date: 05/28/2018 20:17:00
Juvenile complaint
1133 Prospect St., #16A


Caller/Complainant: Kristin Severs


Police responded to the 1100 block of Prospect 
St. for a juvenile complaint. The complainant 
advised her ex boyfriend brought their daughter 
home and she had seatbelt marks from the car 
seat on her shoulders. Police took photos of the 
child's shoulder .

The complainant just wanted this documented.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0550 05 
Date: 05/28/2018 18:07:00
Neighbor complaint
543 W. Pidgeon Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ilona Persello


Police spoke with the complainant on station in 
reference to a neighbor complaint. The 
complainant advised an unknown neighbor had 
dumped sticks on her property. Police spoke with 
a neighbor who knew nothing about it. Police 
cleared.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 
Justin Hays 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0549 05 
Date: 05/28/2018 11:46:01
Animal complaint
881 Cunningham Rd


Caller/Complainant: Susan Safford


Police responded to the above address for an 
animal complaint. Upon arrival police spoke with 
the complainant who advised that her neighbor's 
cow had gotten out of its barn and wondered onto 
her property. Police attempted to make contact 
with the animal owner, no one was home. 

Police spoke with a neighbor of the animal owner 
who advised that they would call them and let 
them know their cow had gotten loose. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0548 05 
Date: 05/28/2018 01:21:00
Suspicious person - Arrest Made
1796 S. Lincoln Ave.


Police responded to S. Lincoln Ave. for a report of 
a suspicious male preventing cars from passing. 
Police arrived on scene and found Domingo G. 
Juarez(19), LKA: Salem, OH, hanging onto a cars 
door in the middle of the road. Mr. Juarez did not 
comply with police orders and began to resist 
arrest and needed to be taken to the ground. 

While on the ground Mr. Juarez spit bodily fluid 
onto Perry Police. Mr. Juarez was also found to 
be under the influence of alcohol underage. 

Mr. Juarez was arrested for Obstruction of Official 
Business, Resisting Arrest, Assault on a Peace 
Officer, and Underage Consumption of alcohol. 
Mr. Juarez was transported to Salem Regional by 
KLG for evaluation for injuries sustained during 
the attempted arrest. Mr. Juarez was then 
transported to the Columbiana County Jail after 
being cleared from Salem Regional.




Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 



External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0547 05 
Date: 05/27/2018 23:16:00
Suspicious person
Depot Rd.

Caller/Complainant: Post 15


Police were asked to check the area of Depot Rd. 
for a report of a suspicious person riding a 
skateboard in the middle of the road. Police 
checked the area but were unable to locate.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0546 05 
Date: 05/27/2018 02:13:00
Assist other unit
Speedway



Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.


While fueling the cruiser at the above location, 
Police were made aware of a possible intoxicated 
subject about to drive away . Police made contact 
with the subject and detained him until Salem PD 
could respond on scene. Police cleared when 
they were no longer needed.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0545 05 
Date: 05/27/2018 00:58:00
Assist other unit
Circle K West


Caller/Complainant: Konders, Ptl.



Police assisted Salem PD on a traffic stop at 
Circle K West on W. State St. Police stood by until 
they were no longer needed.


Officer(s)
Anthony Konders


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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ALERT: Police responded to numerous unlocked 
auto breakins/theft on Hampton Place, 
Countryside Drive, Colonial Drive.  


Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0482 05 
Date: 05/10/2018 09:58:00
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
SR 45 between W. State Street @ Georgetown 
Road


Caller/Complainant: Passer-by


Police responded to the area of W. State Street 
and SR 45 for a report of debris on the roadway. 
Police located what appeared to be "hot patch" on 
SR 45, just south of W. State street, on the 
eastside of the roadway. ODOT was contacted 
and made aware of the debris on the roadway.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr.
Michael Emigh 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0481 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 21:17:00
Reckless Operator
S. Lincoln Ave near SR 45


Caller/Complainant: Male Caller


Police responded to the area of S. Lincoln Ave 
near SR 45 for a reported reckless driver traveling 
northbound on SR 45 toward Perry Twp. Upon 
arrival police checked the area with negative 
contact.



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0480 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 19:53:00
Medical
Brookdale Senior Living


Caller/Complainant: Staff


Police responded to the 1900 blk of S. Lincoln 
Ave for a report of a uncooperative patient who 
was becoming combative with the staff. Upon 
arrival police spoke with the male subject and 
attempted to calm him down. The male subject's 
Doctor did speak with the nursing staff and it was 
decided to pink slip the male subject for his safety.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0479 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 15:25:00
Theft
1266 Hampton Place


Caller/Complainant: Jeremy Corbisello


Officers took a report over the phone reference 
theft of a vehicle. The caller advised that his cars 
were entered at his home in the 1200 block of 
Hampton place. The caller advised that only minor 
items were taken from the vehicle. 

The vehicle was unlocked at the time of the theft.



Officer(s)
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0478 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 12:00:00
Theft report
1125 Hampton Place


Caller/Complainant: John Goodman


Police contacted by complainant reference his 
vehicle being entered during the night. The 
complainant reported that a Garmin was removed 
from the vehicle. The vehicle was not locked at 
time of theft.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0477 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 10:40:00
Theft
2095 Countryside Drive


Caller/Complainant: Keith Chilton


Complainant from the 2000blk of Countryside 
Drive reported that they had an unlocked vehicle 
entered sometime overnight, with loose change 
being the only thing reported taken from the 
vehicle.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0476 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 10:38:00
Theft
1805 Countryside Drive


Caller/Complainant: Logan Wilms


Complainant from the 1800blk of Countryside 
Drive reported having (4) unlocked vehicles 
entered and rummaged through sometime 
overnight, with a loose change cup being reported 
as the only item removed.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0475 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 09:07:48
Theft
1051 Colonial Drive


Caller/Complainant: Bradely Nelson


Police contacted by the complainant reference his 
vehicle being entered during last night with $15.00 
in change taken along with a gift card. The vehicle 
was unlocked at the time of the theft.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0474 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 08:43:00
Theft
1157 Hampton Place


Caller/Complainant: Jennifer Polen


Police contacted by the complainant reference her 
vehicle being entered last night. A small amount 
of change was taken from the vehicle. The vehicle 
was left unlocked at the time of entry.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0473 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 07:07:00
Neighbor complaint
1825 Goshen Road

Caller/Complainant: Mary Foster


Police advised of a property owner on Goshen 
Road that has been dumping his grass clippings 
into a ditch on Goshen Road .

Complainant was advised to contact the County 
Engineers office to see what they can do since it 
is a county road.



Officer(s)
Michael Emigh 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
POLICE STORY Number: 18 0472 05 
Date: 05/09/2018 06:50:00
Reckless Operator
Chestnut Grove


Police advised of a complaint of a paper carrier 
driving on the wrong side of the road while 
delivering news paper.


Officer(s)
Michael Emigh



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0471 05 
Date: 05/08/2018 20:02:00
Assist other unit
1196 W. Perry St


Caller/Complainant: CCSO


Police were asked by Columbiana County SO to 
stand by on W. Perry St. while they questioned a 
township resident. CCSO subsequently arrested 
Loyal L Miller(56) LKA: Salem, OH for theft that 
occurred outside of the township. 

Police stood by until they were no longer needed.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders


External Agency(s)
CCSO - Columbiana County Sheriff's Office



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0470 05 
Date: 05/08/2018 19:32:00
Assist other unit
205 W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police were asked by Salem PD to standby with a 
property damage accident. Police stood by and 
gathered information until a Salem unit arrived on 
scene.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0469 05 
Date: 05/08/2018 14:39:00
Juvenile complaint
1155 W. Perry Street


Caller/Complainant: ACH


Will Complete


Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr.



External Agency(s)
CSB - Columbiana Coutny Children Services



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0468 05 
Date: 05/08/2018 13:13:00
Domestic complaint
1599 Grant Ave



police responded to 1599 Grand Ave for a third 
party call of a domestic dispute. Police spoke with 
the residents and they both stated there was no 
dispute. The female resident was attempting to 
get in the garage and broke the window by pulling 
on the frame of the window. Police cleared without 
incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith
Stephen Smith, Jr.



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0467 05 
Date: 05/08/2018 07:22:00
Suicide attempt
1822 New Garden Ave.-SR 9


Police responded to the 1800blk of SR 9 after 
receiving a 911 call that a male subject was 
contemplating suicide. Police arrived on scene 
and spoke with the male, who advised that he 
was having panic attacks and having suicidal 
thoughts. The male subject agreed to be 
transported by KLG Ambulance Service to the 
Salem Regional Medical Center for further 
evaluation.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr. 
Michael Emigh 



External Agency(s)
EMT - EMT Ambulance Service



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0466 05 
Date: 05/08/2018 06:52:00
Noise Complaint
339 W. 14th


Caller/Complainant: Dean Bosworth

Police called to the area of W. 14th for a vehicle 
revving its engine. Police spoke with the male 
across the street from the complainant and 
advised him of the complaint. Male stated that he 
was just pulling his vehicles out of the garage to 
wash them. Male stated that he was not revving 
the engines but the vehicles are drag vehicles.


Officer(s)
Richard Kimble



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0465 05 
Date: 05/07/2018 20:22:00
Disabled vehicle - Citation Issued
US 62/ SR 45 near Goshen Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Beeson


Police responded to US 62/ SR 45 just south of 
Goshen Rd. for a report of a disabled vehicle. 
Police arrived and spoke with the operator who 
advised they ran out of gas. After checking the 
plates the operator, Austin Brown (24) of Salem, 
OH was issued a citation for expired plates and 
fictitious plates and given a mandatory court date 
to appear in CCMC. 

Sinsleys Towing responded and removed the 
vehicle with a hold for proper registration.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 
Zachary Sanford



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0464 05 
Date: 05/07/2018 19:17:35
Assist other Agency
Sharon Lynn Home
12616 Sharon Lynn Drive


Caller/Complainant: Goshen PD


Police were asked by Goshen PD to be on the 
look out for a juvenile who left a residence on 
Goshen Rd. possibly heading into Perry/Salem 
Jurisdiction. Police searched the area for the 
female unable to locate anyone matching the 
description that was given. Police cleared without 
incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 
Channing Hank 



External Agency(s)
Mahoning County - Goshen Twp. PD



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0463 05 
Date: 05/07/2018 11:57:00
Disabled vehicle
Garfield Road @ SR 14-Benton Rpad


Caller/Complainant: Det. S. Smith


While on patrol, police drove up on a 1998 Olds 
(grey) disabled at the stop sign on Garfield Road 
@ SR 14-Benton Road. Officer pushed the 
vehicle into a private drive, with the permission of 
the homeowner, to get it out of the intersection. 
The owner of the vehicle, had assistance on the 
way and waited with the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr.



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0460 05 
Date: 05/06/2018 17:34:25
Noise Complaint


Caller/Complainant: Renee Harris


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. Upon arrival it was determined 
that the address was within the City of Salem. 
Salem Police were notified and did respond to the 
scene to check it out.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0459 05 
Date: 05/06/2018 14:57:34
Trespassing Complaint
Bridge on Egypt Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Hays


Police on patrol noticed a vehicle parked at the 
entrance of the bridge on Egypt Rd. Police spoke 
with two subjects who advised that they were 
taking pictures. Police advised that they were 
trespassing on private property and to pack it up 
and be on their way. The subjects complied and 
left the scene. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0458 05 
Date: 05/06/2018 13:46:32
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
ST. RT 45 near ST RT 9


Caller/Complainant: Pat Curran


Police responded to the above area for reports of 
a roof of a vehicle flying off. The complainant 
advised that he was following a car hauler on the 
bypass and one of the vehicles lost its roof. Police 
found the roof on the side of the road and moved 
it off the roadway. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 
Justin Hays



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0457 05 
Date: 05/06/2018 11:04:00
Property Damage
513 Old Coach Lane


Caller/Complainant: Doreen Johnston


Police responded to the 500 blk of Old Coach 
Lane for a report of damage to a window screen. 
Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
who advised that sometime within the last two 
weeks multiple BB's were shot threw their screen 
windows.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0461 05 
Date: 05/06/2018 19:01:00
Recovered property
1700 block N. Lincoln Ave.


Police were flagged down in the 1700 block of N. 
Lincoln Ave. for recovered property. A cell phone 
was found off the side of the roadway. The owner 
of the phone responded to Perry Twp PD and 
picked up the phone.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0460 05 
Date: 05/06/2018 17:34:25
Noise Complaint
1182 Orchard Bend Dr.


Caller/Complainant: Renee Harris


Police responded to the above address for a 
noise complaint. Upon arrival it was determined 
that the address was within the City of Salem. 
Salem Police were notified and did respond to the 
scene to check it out.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0459 05 
Date: 05/06/2018 14:57:34
Trespassing Complaint
Bridge on Egypt Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Hays


Police on patrol noticed a vehicle parked at the 
entrance of the bridge on Egypt Rd. Police spoke 
with two subjects who advised that they were 
taking pictures. Police advised that they were 
trespassing on private property and to pack it up 
and be on their way. The subjects complied and 
left the scene. Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0458 05 Received 
Date: 05/06/2018 13:46:32
Road Hazard/ Debris on Road
ST. RT 45 near ST RT 9


Caller/Complainant: Pat Curran


Police responded to the above area for reports of 
a roof of a vehicle flying off. The complainant 
advised that he was following a car hauler on the 
bypass and one of the vehicles lost its roof. Police 
found the roof on the side of the road and moved 
it off the roadway. Police cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford
Justin Hays 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0457 05 
Date: 05/06/2018 11:04:00
Property Damage
513 Old Coach Lane


Caller/Complainant: Doreen Johnston

Police responded to the 500 blk of Old Coach 
Lane for a report of damage to a window screen. 
Upon arrival police spoke with the complainant 
who advised that sometime within the last two 
weeks multiple BB's were shot threw their screen 
windows.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0456 05 
Date: 05/06/2018 00:30:00
Suspicious vehicle
1300 Block of Beachwood Road


Police responded to the 1300 block of Beachwood 
Road for a complaint of a suspicious vehicle. 
Police checked the area, negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith


External Agency(s)
Salem City - Salem Police Department



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0455 05 
Date: 05/05/2018 23:38:00
OH-1/Non Injury - Arrest Made
US 62/SR 45 @ SR 14F


Caller/Complainant: Passerby


Police responded to US 62/SR 45 @ SR 14F for a 
report of a single vehicle accident. Police located 
the vehicle, a tan 1999 Chrysler 300 at the dead 
end of the bypass at the bottom of the hill. The 
driver /owner, Haley E Hanna(19) LKA: Ravenna, 
OH advised she was blinded by an oncoming 
vehicle's headlights and failed to see the dead 
end ahead. 

Ms. Hanna was issued a citation for failure to 
control with a court date of 05/11/2018. 

Two occupants of the crash, Kyle M 
McCauley(28) LKA: Akron, OH and Travis C 
Harvey(22) LKA: Ravenna, OH were placed into 
custody for Falsification of a written statement . 
Both subjects were transported to the Columbiana 
County jail and given a court date of 5/7/2018.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders
Jonathan Smith



External Agency(s)
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0454 05 
Date: 05/05/2018 23:37:00
Property damage accident
US 62/SR 45 near Goshen Rd



Caller/Complainant: Brandon Smith



Police responded to US62 SR45 near Goshen 
Road for a car vs deer accident. Police Arrived on 
scene and used two rounds to put down the deer. 

The complainant requested to take the animal, 
police issued the complainant a deer slip. Police 
help load the deer in the complainants truck. 
Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Jonathan Smith



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0453 05 
Date: 05/05/2018 21:54:35
Noise Complaint
1100 Blk of Benton Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above area for a noise 
complaint. The complainant advised that they 
heard fireworks go off in the area . Police sat 
stationary in the area to hear where they were 
coming from unable to make contact due to it 
being quite. Police cleared without incident



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford
Jonathan Smith



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0452 05 
Date: 05/05/2018 19:25:52
Suspicious person
1329 Andrew Ave.


Police responded to the above address to speak 
with one of the residents. It was advised from the 
complainant that the subject was running down 
the street punching the air. Police spoke with the 
male subject who advised that is how he runs and 
that he was practicing for track and field. Police 
cleared without incident.


Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0451 05 
Date: 05/05/2018 17:12:25
Disabled vehicle
Depot Rd near Snyder


Caller/Complainant: Salem PD


Police responded to the above area for a disabled 
vehicle. Upon arrival the drive already had help on 
scene. The vehicle was able to be jumped and 
cleared the scene without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0450 05 
Date: 05/05/2018 15:59:11
Traffic jam/road blocked
Allen Rd @Benton Rd

Police responded to the above area to assist a 
semi back out from Allen Rd on to ST RT 14 
Benton Rd due to a train stopped on the tracks 
going across Allen Rd. The semi was able to be 
backed out and left the scene without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0449 05 
Date: 05/05/2018 12:34:00
Disabled vehicle
Circle K
1827 S. Lincoln Ave


Police responded to the 1800 blk of S. Lincoln 
Ave for a reported disabled vehicle in the parking 
lot of Circle K. Upon arrival police found that a 
2004 Jeep Liberty had lost it's fuel tank while 
driving down the road. Sinsley's towing was called 
to remove the vehicle.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 


External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0448 05 
Date: 05/05/2018 01:10:00
Traffic offense - Citation Issued
Goshen Rd at Beachwood


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer made a traffic stop for a traffic violation on 
Goshen Rd at Beachwood Rd. Upon further 
investigation, Officer found that the male driver, 
Monte Mackall, of Salem was found to be 
intoxicated. Male subject was taken into custody 
and transported to Salem PD for a BAC test. 

The vehicle was towed from the scene by 
Sinsley's Towing. 

Male subject blew a .182 BAC. Male was cited for 
reasonable control and OVI. Male subject was 
afforded a ride home after being issued citations.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0447 05 
Date: 05/05/2018 00:42:46
Medical
1800 block of S. Lincoln Ave


Caller/Complainant: Sgt. Kimble


Officer was stopped by a vehicle traveling with its 
hazard lights on in the 1800 block of S. Lincoln 
Ave. Officer found that Joseph Anderson was 
transporting his girlfriend Julianna Zupp-
Deichman to the Salem ER. Joseph stated that 
his girlfriend was not breathing and unresponsive. 
Joseph then denied waiting on an ambulance and 
took off north on S. Lincoln Ave. 

Officer escorted the vehicle to the Salem ER.



Officer(s)
Richard Kimble




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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0446 05 
Date: 05/04/2018 20:12:07
Suspicious vehicle
1913 Egypt Rd


Caller/Complainant: Randall Howells


Police responded to the above address for a 
traffic complaint. Upon arrival the complainant 
advised that a newer yellow vehicle pulled into his 
driveway then backed out and proceeded north on 
Egypt Rd. peeling out and squealing its tires. 

Police searched the area and possible locations 
where the vehicle could be making negative with 
it.




Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0445 05 
Date: 05/04/2018 14:59:00
Assist other unit
US 62 near Country Club Lane


Caller/Complainant: Highway Patrol, Ohio State



Police responded to the area of US 62 near 
Country Club Lane for a reported single vehicle 
accident. Upon arrival police found that the 
accident started in Mahoning County and ended 
in Perry Twp. 

The Ohio State Highway Patrol handled the 
accident due to the accident happening in multiple 
counties. Police assisted with the scene until they 
were no longer needed.




Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds



External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP
Salem City - Salem Police Department
ST - Sinsley's Towing



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0444 05 
Date: 05/04/2018 13:39:00
Assist other Agency


Caller/Complainant: OSP#15


Police responded to the area of of SR 173-W. 
State Street @ SR 45 for a report of a disabled 
semi tractor trailer. Police arrived on scene and 
found OSP#15 on scene, who advised they would 
handle the call.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr.


External Agency(s)
Post#15 - OSP



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Number: 18 0443 05 
Date: 05/04/2018 09:23:00
Domestic complaint
550 Old Coach Lane


Caller/Complainant: Jessica Grindle


Police responded to the 500blk of Old Coach 
Lane for a report of a domestic dispute. Police 
arrived on scene and spoke to all parties involved 
and found that a male subject had pushed his live 
in girlfriend and that a parent had stepped in and 
another shoving match ensued between the 
parent and child. Complainant(s) did not wish to 
pursue the matter only requested the male half 
seek counseling. Domestic violence laws were 
explained to all parties involved and the 
consequences in police had to return.



Officer(s)
Stephen Smith, Jr.



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Call Number: 18 0401 04 
Date: 04/22/2018 15:52:00
Medical
1360 W. State St.


Police along with KLG Ambulance and Perry Twp 
FD responded to 1360 W. State St. for a report of 
a overdose. Police arrived and found a male 
subject unresponsive. KLG revived the subject 
and transported him to Salem Regional Medical 
Center.



Officer(s)
Channing Hank 
Zachary Sanford 



External Agency(s)
FD - Perry Twp. Fire Department
KLG - KLG Ambulace Service



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Call Number: 18 0400 04 
Date: 04/22/2018 15:14:08
Juvenile complaint
1245 W. State St.


Caller/Complainant: Charlene Theiss


Police responded to the above address for a 
runaway juvenile complaint. Upon arrival police 
spoke with the complainant who advised that her 
17 year old daughter had ran away form home. 
Police had the complainant fill out a missing 
/runaway form with all her daughters information 
on it so that she could be entered into the LEAD's 
system as a runaway juvenile.

Police also advised that if the female returns 
home at anytime to notify the police immediately. 

Later throughout the night it was advised that the 
juvenile did return home. Police responded back 
to the above address to speak with the juvenile. 
The juvenile was taken out of LEAD's. Police 
cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford
Channing Hank 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Call Number: 18 0399 04 
Date: 04/22/2018 14:00:00
Suspicious person
S. Lincoln Ave near Golf Club Dr.


Police responded to the area of S. Lincoln Ave 
near Golf Club Dr. for a report of a suspicious 
person riding a bike on the roadway. 

Upon arrival police checked the area with 
negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Call Number: 18 0398 04 
Date: 04/22/2018 09:45:00
Animal complaint
Hearthside Dr. at Old Coach Ln.


Police responded to the area of Hearthside Dr. 
near Old Coach Ln. for a report of a loose dog 
running around the area. 

Upon arrival police checked the area but had 
negative contact.



Officer(s)
Jordan Reynolds



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Call Number: 18 0397 04 
Date: 04/21/2018 23:54:00
Traffic offense - Arrest Made
1100 blk. Georgetown Rd.


Caller/Complainant: Ptl. Konders


Police conducted a traffic stop in the 1100 blk. of 
Georgetown Rd. on a yellow Chevrolet Cavalier. 
Upon speaking with the operator, Logan M. 
Snay(18), LKA: Hanoverton, OH, an odor of 
alcohol was detected coming from his person. 

Mr. Snay was placed into custody for Underage 
Consumption of Alcohol and OVI. The passenger 
of the vehicle, Andrew M. Berresford(18) was 
found to be in possession of two marijuana pipes. 
Mr. Berresford was issued an M.M. citation for 
Drug Paraphernalia. 

Mr. Snay was transported to Salem PD for testing 
before being transported to Perry Twp. PD for 
processing. Mr. Snay was then transported to the 
Columbiana County jail without incident.



Officer(s)
Anthony Konders 
Jonathan Smith 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Call Number: 18 0396 04 
Date: 04/21/2018 22:20:08
Hunters/target shooters
519 Maryland Ave.


Police responded to the area of the above 
address for a report of shots being fired. Upon 
arrival police checked the area and sat stationary 
for a while but did not locate where the gun shots 
came from. Police cleared without incident.



Officer(s)
Zachary Sanford 



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Perry Township Police Department
Michael Emigh Chief of Police
STORY Call Number: 18 0395 04 
Date: 04/21/2018 20:25:00
Juvenile complaint
402 Old Coach LN


Caller/Complainant: Phyllis Joy